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NO 147 t WASHINGTON W D C SUNDAY MARCH MAROR3j 3 3i1907 > 1907 1907TWENTYEIG TWENTTEmHT HT PAGES THREE CENTS C NrrS
BQOSEYELTFOR BQOSEYELTFORFOUR ROOSEYELT FOR FORFOUR FORFOUR
FOUR YEARS MORE MORECountry MORECou1try JIORECouiitiy
Country in Ina a Mood to Com Compal COllIpel Cornills
pal His Service ServicePEOPLE SeryicePEOPLE ServicePEOPLE
PEOPLE DSMAMHBG HIM HIMThiidterni HillTbillterlll
4 Thiidterni Cry Not Effective as asApplied asPIJiecl asAppliel
Applied PIJiecl to HisCase HisCaseHer HisCaseDxpreHslon8 HisCaseHXprcsiionii
Her DxpreHslon8 p reunions of Opinion from Proml Promliaient PromlJlent Promiflent
iaient Jlent People PeOl Throughout the Coun Country OountrRlchnrd CountrRiclLnrd ¬
try trRlchnrd Richard Mansfield the Actor ActorUeclnres ActorDeCI JctorDecInrei
Ueclnres DeCI rccc In Favor of a Constitu Constitutional GonBtltntlo Couiitltutional ¬
tlo tional lnl Monarchy JlonnrohJol1n John Wnnamaker WnnamakerAUTCCH Wunamaker4tgrees VunnmakcrgrCeH
AUTCCH grCeH with the th Prenldent PrenldentBy PreftidentD
By D BROUGHTOX DRAADEMJURG DRAADEMJURGWhether DRASDBN flRtDEXflURCWbeUr URG URGW1tet
Whether Theodore Roosevelt R is to b bcompelled 1JptIted bQsNlped
compelled ptIted by the American people peopleCMte peope t4N t4Ncome ta taCOme
come bte h h own successor Sllce r as President Presidentnow pre Predeitflow k1 k1new
now and for a year will be the moot img imgpertant tlffipertant I nr nrprtant
pertant and nd the most discussed of all allpolitical titpul1tical allJolitical
political problems problemsThat pmblemT probleinThat
That T ha t Mr Hoooevelt has emphatically emphaticallyannounced emphatteaUyannouJ1led emphat1cl1yannouneed
announced his iI determtnatknt deten fnatloea not to seek seeka k ka
a second election is well known but that thatthe t 3tthl tkatthe
the pressure pr > re to induce him to reconsider reconsidertills reconatdrtJ11s recons1drThis
tills determination te Increasing g dafly 1a y te teapparent Jappa l lppareut
apparent appa nt In all part parw of America Air AirRoosevelt brRtlo MrBioievelt
Roosevelt evelt is urged to take another term termthe tertBtJIc term11w
the main mom argument advanced feeing g that thatthe thatt thattb
the t socalled unwritten Jaw against Mt a aiMrd at1elrd atisird
iMrd term does not apply m IR his ease easeSome cueSome ceS
Some S nie friends of Mr Roosevelt are in indined inched IndkiM
dined to take him at hte word onl and are arelooking areiekIu
looking 1 iekIu elsewhere for Presidential timber timberOfchens thnberOtlherjuet timberOherg
Ofchens Otlherjuet jut as loyal o1 and sincere stnceretake take the theopposite thaolipoolte be beO
opposite O vein and declare that his duty te tepaounbnnt IsIUUR lojwmount
paounbnnt IUUR URt and that his inclinations or de destaes de deft dev
staes v J Jsve ave ft io no part in the crtete crI lie te teafcout Itt WaMt
aMt t to face faceOpinion faeeOplnlonNot tao taoOpinion
Opinion OplnlonNot Xot ot Readily Renelll Secured SecuredThere Secnrcd1Ihere Securedhere
There here to b no question existing today cm cmwhich onwlllel oiuwhich
which the spokesmen of the political politicalparties poIttJea1partJes poftticalparties
parties are are re wo loath to express an n opinion opinionFor ophrioftFor opintoor
For or so delicate and involved te 1 the topic topicthat topictlItlt topicthat
that the enemies of Mr Roosevelt are areoarefnl anrefal areorenl
oarefnl refal not to stir it rap while his hi friends friendsdo frlendlfdo frlenddo
do do not desire to antagonise altapni itnonle Mm or make JqakettteJ maketbeanoeIveu maJcethemselves
themselves ttteJ ridiculous by pretending lHet 1 to toappear toappear toaPpear
aPpear appear as givers of advice adi e to a man WH WHafter who whoafter whoafter >
after all will 111 have his own way wayThe wayr w wtse
The Herald has collected and herewith herewithpresents bernitkpnllell herewithlroentn
presents pnllell lroentn I the views W8 of many maR leaders in invaried Invaried invred
varied walks of life No man who might mightbe mighthe mightbe
be reckoned as a Presidential PeatJal candidate candidatewas QJN1k1ateappr1MLChet1 candidateapprsehd
was approached for his opinion nor was wasany wasaJQ waoan
any an on ne > whose official position or bust InndBituatlon bustnc mwlnese
nese nc situation tuatIo was 8 such that it might be beinjured beIaJurtd beInjured
injured by bY his bI expressions Ken prominent prominentnw promltJJlNely prornineistirireIy
nw JJlNely rely by 1J reason of wealth or social l poet position poetdon postlion ¬
don were eliminated eliminatedThat eltmlutedThat eitmintedThat
That tbe resjflts reTt of this inquiry wore woreauonishng weieatonihlng e eahtmihng
auonishng can easily 1 1N 1NperUAl uMffftM 10r 10ra 1Wa
a perusal of t die opinions herewith herewUeuited k pre presented pr priicntcd ¬
sented The TelllllftfIr pflittSoteiM 4dslw teste mstemr tiMir 1IItrj partylines party partylines
lines many Democrats hoswW praising praisingMt stng stngM
Mt 1 M Roosevelt Roo RooveIt fvelt while they declared against againstanother a againstu lnt lntauOthtr
u another term Men involved Involv in gigantic giganticindustrials giganticidtrlaIg nUe nUeltrIaIs
industrials and commercial enterprises enterpriseswere enterpriseswre I
were unanimous amoUR in favor of another term termfor termfor tensfor
for Mr Roosevelt with the exception < cf cfJohn rtJohn t tJoint
John Wanamaker who says ys 1 I agree agreewith alftewttIt agreewith
with his h good sense on the question questionaiuMt queatlOl1IUHt questlonMust
Must IUHt Compel II JlIII is Acceptance AcceptancePublicists 1cceplnucePubikists ceeltance ceeltancePublictIIts
Publicists and others who are in the thefront thefroftt theTrust
front froftt of public Hfe lit for various reasons reasonswere reaaonwereat reasonswere
were wereat disposed posed to have views Ie along s1on similar similarline almt similarlines
line 11 lines Many of these t declined to be bequotes bequoted bequota
quotes bat all but three of these vouch vouchsafed wuehafed vouchsofed ¬
safed the confidential opinion that there therewas thereWU therewas
was nothing ROW to do but compel Mr Roose Roosevelt Rooaeven Boo BoovOlt ¬
vOlt to accept a third term ter L Others went wentso weRtIJO
so far as to say y they hoped this Joint ex expression exJtW oxpreesten ¬
pression of a company mpny of men whose whosewood wMIIeW8Id whoseweed
wood is Important in suck a matter wo would wouWJWedpttat wouldjwcipItate U Uprecipitate
precipitate the general neral agitation a tatlon and aJMlJead so solead selead
lead to a aJeliaatlon realisation by b Mr Roosevelt Roosevelthis R Rooerelthjs elt eltbIa
his hjs friends and his enemies that the com commen eomm cornmen
m men people of all parties want him to toremain tlental8 torenIn
remain where he is isThe IsTIle I IThe
The form of question accounts ae ounts for or the thewording theof theweeding
wording of many of the replies The men menwere meR meRWeft menwere
were asked ked as to their attitude on a third thirdterm thintenn thirdterm
term for any President first ftr t and a third thirdterm thirdtenD thirdterm
term for Mr lr9 Roosevelt secondarily secondarilyOne seeoRdart7OM secosdarllyOii
One Oii Democratic Senator who bitterly bitterlyassails bitterlYMr bItterIyHlls
assails Mr Roosevelt nftlt In public life wrote wrotea
a confidential corMeattal setter letter praising n the Presi President PreaIdeIIt Presidentt ¬
dent dentt both as an individual Individual and official officialand oflc1aIand I Iwith
and tmthts with the hope that he might mightbe mightt
t be ienomfeated ted and elected as Mia a truly pa paThere pattte patristle
ttte P pristdeL pristdeLThere IIIIIIdeR t tTJIere
There were some oddities oddlt that cropped croppedoat croppedoat croppedout
oat suCh as Richard ManafleMs Mzns elds declara declaration declarat declaratimt ¬
tion t for for a constitutional een monarchy Rue Russell RueaeU Thissell ¬
sell Gardners slogan of supremacy premacy of the thewhites thewltl thewhlus
whites wltl and Charles A Townes Towne prophecy prophecythat prophecytt Prophecythat
that Mr Roosevelt Roo Rr isevelt will be renomlnated renomlnatedand renomlaatedelecte4 renominatedand
and elected electedThere electe4There electedThere
There was a also developed a strong ex expression exWeIIdoR oxpussies ¬
pussies of opinion in favor of an amend amendment alDellClmeIIt amendmeat ¬
meat to the Constitution making the term termsix tenRsix termnix
six years instead of four fourIllinois four1llIno1i
Illinois AVnntw nnts Him HimIMnote 111111iaoste
IMnote 1 has her heart set on Jteoseveit Jteoseveitawl NeveItI ooeveft ooeveftnad
awl I have no Idea but that he will be becamnrited 1Mc becosepolind
camnrited c to play the part of the wise wiseatiftiieMMui willeoWIt we wes44enes
atiftiieMMui oWIt and ash bend to his ma countrys countryswishes eowtryswhes s swfl1aM
wishes BHBLXY X CDttOM CDttOMSenator CULLDHSenator cuuoiiSenator
Senator from Illinois IIIIDo1aest Illinoisest IllinoisWest
West est Virginia Calls Him HimPolitical 111mJlolIl himPoUtleal
Political affixations do not seem to enter enterl enterinto i iinto
into l the mtnne of the people of West WestVirginia WestIst WestVIrlaIa
Virginia VIrlaIa Ist on the matter of the candidacy candidacyof ae7 ae7of
of grasMsnt Pre dot Roosevelt for another term termTfcsy tenaTJIttY tensTh
Tfcsy Th are determined nett he shall be the can candWate cadNlrte ciadidat
dWate STWHKN X JL KbKXXS KbKXXSSenator XLKLCSSeaator niitinSenator
Senator from West It Nt Virginia VirginiaObject VirginiaObjects i iObjects
Objects to Third Term TermOpposition TcrmOpOetUeIt PeruiiOpden
Opposition to a third term for any any Pres PresId3Ht PresIdt ProsIdt
Idt it among toe first ft and the ho strongest strongestof tro troof t tor
of the political convictions convict I entertain entertainThe entertainTile entertainTI
The TI yaasons 1 for opposing a third term termhaw termbeea termbit
haw bit e been so often and tnt ± forcefully pre presented preHJltBd poenested ¬
nested that I need not reiterate any of ofthem oft ofthom
them t I do not believe Iee that President PresidentReosrvelt PresidentRoosevelt ldent ldentRooIIPelt
Roosevelt should have a third terfn terfn thrust thrustupon thruistupon t tupon
upon him BelOnging as I do to td another anotherpolitical anotherpolitical anotherpolitical
political party than that of Roosevelt I Ifreely Ifltfly Ifreely
freely bear testimony to his sincerity sil1 e11t < of ofpttrpoee ofptrpo ofpvrpose
pttrpoee ptrpo e when on the morning of the last lastPresidential JutPresidential lastPresidential
Presidential election he formally forma II an annt Q1Juneed annufltd
nt 1Juneed > u need io 0 the t e American peopl that he hewould be1lQuld hewould
would not under any circumstances be a acandidate aCSlndidate acandidate
candidate for the Presidency again againIf
If the President had given any itn other otherreason oUurreason otherre1son
reason than th thc one he did for his deter determination det deterJiulnation > r rminalion ¬
mination should lie accept another term termfor termfor termftr
for the PresWrniy Pre idfney were it tendered tE > ndt red to tohim tohim tohim
him he might with propriety say sa he heyilded heyHdfd heided
yilded ided to Influences Inn that were convincing convincingand
and that justified d him in recalling rcciltJin his hispledge hispltdsc hispitde
pledge but h he baa ba d his dstermii d termhntiof d3terrnIationCOTINUED termhntiofCO ition itionCOJ
COJ CO COTINUED TI TINUED UED OX FliTH PAGE l Al F
WEATHER FORECAST FORECASTFor FORECASTr FORECASTrr
For r r thc 1ie District of Columbia CplumbiaMaryland ColumbiaMarIand CQ1urnbiaMaryland
Maryland MarIand and Virginia Fair Fairand F1irand Fairand
and slightly colder today To Tomorrow 10morrow Tomorrow ¬
morrow fair fresh yesterly yesterlywinds yesterlywinds cstcrlywinds
winds windsHERALD windsHERALD windsHERALD
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HERALD NEWS SUMMARY SUMMARYPages SUMMARYPase SUMMARYPages
Pages TELEGRAPHIC TELEGRAPHICI TELEGILPIIIClSOClaU PELEGItPHIC1Socialism
I lSOClaU 1Socialism Socialism m Routed in London LondonIGoernment London1Government
1 Government to Sue Harriman HarrimanlExploston Harriman1Explonlon <
1 lExploston Explosion Shakes New York YorkS YorkIINRlnity YorkInaazulty
S IINRlnity Insanity Experts on Stand at Culpopoi CulpopoiJ Cu CulpopiThaw POP Ii IiIThaw
J IThaw Thaw Pears PearsLunacy Lunacy Commission CommlsslonUMrs CornmissIon11Mr
11 UMrs 11Mr Mxs Eddys ddys Al ths s Defend Her ilerCoEss 4 4COJSGRESS
11
COJSGRESS CO CoEssIThreecent GRESS I I1Ttlroecent
1 Threecant 1Ttlroecent Car Faces FA Apurevod ApjOod4SHbe4dy ti ti4Su
4 4Su 4SHbe4dy Sttbs < dy y Bill Doomed Doomed4Currency I ICurrency
4 Currency Currency Measure M suro Passed PassedIOGAL PassedLOCeIL
l
IOGAL IOOALl LOCeIL1Winthrop
1 1Winthrop Wlnthrop nthrop for Treasury Department DertmntlROOIiOY8lt Department1Roosevelt
1 lROOIiOY8lt Rooacvelt for a Third Ttjm Prm2H brm brmH
2 2H H Bowyer Bo er McDonald Dead DdHarrim DeadHarrlmsn
3 Harriman Harrim n Sees Citys Sights Sights13G Sights1G Sighta1G
1G W U Alumni to AJd University UniversitySPOUTING UniversitySPOIlTING UnlvarsttySPOltTIG
SPOUTING SPOUTINGSaAH SPOIlTINGSJAU SPOltTIGSAU
SaAH the News of Track Turf T rt Field Fieldand FIoldand PoIdand
and Diamond Diamondi DiamondOLDEST
i h i OLDEST PREACHER DEAD DEADleVf DEADGcorge DEADGeorge
leVf George BrlnHflclrt llrlnK clt Pannes Array Arrayat Awn Awnat Aflfl7T Aflfl7at
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at Age of 108 ears enrMTJttle earHtUe earsr4tue
< TJttle tUe Rock Ark March Iarch 2 fRev Rev Gaorga GaorgaBrinsHeM GOrgBriMfteki oorg oorgBriaslield
BrinsHeM said M to be the oldest preacher preacherin
in the world died at the home of his hiesoninlaw hissonJIIIaW hIssosInlaw
soninlaw Thomas Cankey Canke near nearJluron nearJluronlzard Hur n nIzard nIzard
Izard at the age of 1M I years yearsBrinaneW yearsBrinslieki ears earsBrinsteld
BrinaneW was a local Methodist preach preaoher pre oh oher
er and a remarkable character H cam camto em emto camto
to Arkansas eightyfour yearn ago ge from fromAlabama fI1 frontAlabama ffl fflAlabama
Alabama He alWAYS attended the eonfttr eonfttrences fRf confhrences r rences
ences of his church and at the age at atm ofItO e eMl8
m years he walkM to Bateevllle D te vme a ate atetance dletanee di ditance
tance of fifty m mIles mfl to attend the confer conference seniorSCO nfw nfwence ¬
ence SCO at that place He was born bornOuliferd in inGullford J
Gullford County N C May 1 1f l lit litBe 1He t tHe
He had fifty < grandchildren eighty eightyseven e1ghbllenn eightyseven
seven greatgrandchildren grMt ndchlldren and twelve twelvegreatgreatgrandchildren twelvegrt twelvegreatgreatgrandchildren
greatgreatgrandchildren greatgreatgrandchildrenIADY grt greatgreatgrandchildrenLADY Mtgt1tndchildren Mtgt1tndchildrenLADY
LADY GREY EGERTON WEDSDaughter WEDS WEDSDaughter WEDSDnughtcr
Daughter of American Army Officer OfficerBride OfficerDrlcle OfficerBride
Bride of New Yorker YorkerLondon YorkerLondon YorlerLondon
London March 2 Lady Grey Bgerton Bgertonwas Bgertonv gertOn gertOnu
was v u privately married in 11 St St Michaels MichaelsChurch MichaelCIarck Michaelschurch
Church Otthant Oma Kent Keitt London this af afternoon aft attorsoon ¬
ternoon t noon to Richard McCreery of New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York The couple s ubiequent1y bequ ntly left for forParis forParI forParis
Paris The bjee was formerly May Cuy Cuyler CuyI Cuyicr
ler er daughter of Maj J Wayne Way e Cuyler Cuylerof Cuylerat
of the United States army Her first hus husband husblind busband ¬
I
band whom she divorced In 18 lrlQ5 1fd was Sir SirPhilip SirI SirPhilip
Philip Grey Egerton Mr McCreery w wmarried Vo Vomarried
I married m In 194 1 to Mho M Edith Kip dangfe dIuIrttoC daugbbr
ter of the late Col Lawrence Kip and acdwas IlftdWU andvas
was divorced by her In October KXM KXMThe 1fItThe IIIGIThe
The couple have taken Warfield War elcl Park ParkBracknell ParkBraekRe1I ParkBracknell
Bracknell to which ohkh they will return t at atEaster atEUer atBIG
Easter EUerBIG
BIG DRY DOCK USELESS USELESSXo
Xo o Means Ienn Provided for Pa PaWitter Pamplng Pamplngliter Pumping PumpingViutcr
Witter liter Out of the Inclpsure Inclpsurel I lpmre cloiiurealk lpmretIIlk
l HTifelk tIIlk alk Vju y March JICh sroh S 2ThO 2ThOfolk IrhmJ11 IrhmJ11JBf ThS ThSfolk
JBf t 11e 1JWR 1JWRfolk
folk Navy Nax Yard at a cost of 1 1I iOHNO iOHNOF lM Wf Wfis
is I F finished but absolutely ab ttselesg In Inconstructing IIIconstnactin Inconstructing
constructing < the dock the necessity of ofproviding oCproViding ofproviding
providing a IlJ 1 moans for pumping P plh the thewater tbewater thewater
water out of it and a caisson for tins closing elO8Jag tinsa ¬
Jag a its month were overlooked overlookedMonths overlookedM overiookedMonths
Months M dl or perhaps a a year or more moremust mereust moremust
must ust elapse before these things tRt can cannow ciiinow n n1IOW
now be provided All the while the thegreat tbecreat thegreat
great granite r nlte and concrete base his must mustlie mu mustfle t tUe
lie idle though sorely needed neededEXPLOSION neededEXPLOSION neededEXPLOSION
EXPLOSION SHAKES NEW YORK YORKFour YORKFour YORKPour
Four Tons of Dynamite Blow Up UpNear UpN UpNear
Near N ear Pennsylvania Pen ylvania Terminal TerminalAccording Termin TerminalAccording l lAccording
According to Reports Received by byPolice b7Police byPolice
Police Xo o One Wn Wan Vnll Killed but but3Iai butilnl1 butMany
3Iai Many y Windows Vlnclo Broken BrokenNew DrokenNew BrokenNew
New York March S IA A Jar j r which shook shookNew shookNew shookNew
New York and environs envlre S early this morn morning mornIr mornIxg ¬
ing Ir was tl8 due to the explosion of a maga magazine JtMgazt magazise ¬
zine zt e of dynamite said to have held four fourtons tourto fourtons
tons to at the Jersey end of the th Pennsyl Pennsylvania P Pennsylvinia nnsyl nnsylvania ¬
vania tunnel at Homestead HO meatud in ttotown ttotownof tM town townC townc
of C c Union It blew otft all the windows windowsin
in the town rocked the Jersey coast COIL t from fromJersey fromJOlHY frontJersey
Jersey City o o Weehawken and shook shookthe shooktile shookthe
the l Island of Manhattan as it had not notbeen notbeen notbeen
been Jarred for a long 1oII time timeAt timeAt timeAt
At 135 1 oclock this morning it It was said saidat aidat saidat
at Union Hill that no one was killed by bythe byUte bythe
the explosion e pJo Ion The explosive was stored storedabout storedabout > toredaboutOJ
about aboutOJ Soo llth feet outside the tunnel shaft shaftChief shAltChler shaftChief
Chief Engineer Ea neer Lana of the Pennsyl Pennsylvania Pennsylv1a Penneyvasla ¬
vania tunnel work after trying to get getdefinite getdeftllltewom getdesdte
definite deftllltewom word of the cxptol expIoin n from his htehome hlbonte hisboiae
home in the Mount Vernon said that he heunderstood beUIMIood heunderstood
understood that no one had been beenkflled kilted or orfatally orfatallJ orfamily
fatally hurt He had been informed at atflrst atftnt atlhE
flrst that the shock was caused ed by an antetntoding altbcplodln anxp1odIng
tetntoding boiler in the tunnel tunnelMAIL tunnelMAIL tunnelAIL
MAIL AIL WAGON ROBBED ROBBEDLOBS ROBBEDLOIIR ROBBEDLos
LOBS of from 1O000 to 915000 1000 Re Reported nelUlric1 RePD ¬
ported PD net to toCJalcnAo Chicago CJi ICilgO Official OfficialChicago OffleinbChicago OfllciaLicCbkrngo
Chicago March 2 A mail wagon to together towith together ¬
gether with Its contents of registered let letters letts letleon
leon of value was stolen from in front frontof frontof frontof
of police headquarters he dqu rtera at an hour when whenthe whetthe bera berathe
the streets were crowded tonight Three Threehours Threehours j
hours later the rifled wagon with 1111 its Itslocks Itslocks j jlocks
locks broken brok and mail sacks missing was wasfound WRSfound wasfound
found tour miles distant distantThe distantThe j jThe
The wagon contained deposits of mail mailleft maJlleft mailleft
left after the closing cJo hours of bankers bankersbrokers bankersbrIJIers hankersbrokers
brokers ant and operators op raters on the board boar of oftrade o otrade otrade
trade The loss is estimated at frpm frpmto Jtl Y
000 to l ftlt ftltT nJtT lti
T II Small Sons Florists FloristsWashington llorhtfblngton FIorhttn FIorhttnWashington
Washington and New York YorkLetter YorkItttr YorkIcttrr
Letter from Mr Ir Snmnhn SnmnhnTo SmmhnTo SnuinhaTo
To my Friends Patrons and the Wash Washington WAshIngtoft WashIiigton ¬
ington Public Publ Generally Having just re received re receInd reoelveil ¬
ceived a large shipment ot the worlds worldsfinest worldsftne worldsltnest
finest t floor coverings the beet products productsot
ot o Persia Persi that should have ha ve reached me memonths mem memonths
months m fttb ago before the demolition of my mypteee myplace
pteee of business at 14th and F sts I am amnow amnow amnei
now nei being belu without a place of business businesscompelled businesscompelled businesscompelled
compelled to place the entire consignment consignmentI con tgnmentbout consignmentabout
I about W pieces In the hands of Messrs rs
iC C G Sloan Co Auctioneers to be dis disposed dl diposed ¬
posed of at public auction within their theirrooms theirrooms theirrooms
rooms 1407 G st st during the coming comln week weekHaving weekHlng weekHaving
Having been b closely connected with wit 1th
Washington Waihln ton rug buyers for the punt
twelve years ears and enjoying their implicit implicitconfidence Implfcttconfidence implicitconfidence
confidence I take this means of notifying
them of this grand opportunity to secure securePersian securePersiAn securePersian
Persian rugs in all sizes colors and de designs designs ¬
signs at their own prices The rugs will willb willbe
b be on view tomorrow tomorrowI
I will be in attendance t Sloans during
the sale sal and heerfuly thtf > Tfully give intending pur purchasers purchaser8 purChasers ¬
chasers the th benefit of my experience and andevery andevery nd ndtver
every tver help risible In niakins mnktn desirable desirableselections desIrableselections
selections leUous Very V cry rep resptfuliy resptfuliyM ntfuJiy ntfuJiyJiL tUlir
JiL M SAAHA S lliA
Uncle Sam I am beginning to fear Theodore my m nir boy that youre going to find it itdifficult itd itdifficult
difficult d fficult to keep that election el io night i promise omisef of your
WILL ILL SUE SUEIIARRIA SUEIIARRIAGovciiirneiit HABBIHAN HABBIHANGovernment HARRIM Nj NjGOyerUlnellt
Government to Test Validity Validityof Y Yaljljtyof8ornc alidit aliditof
i of of8ornc Some of ofHis His Acts ActsSIMPLY l ActsSIMPLY tS tSSIMFLr
SIMPLY A BANKING BAN SYSTEM SYSTEMAttorneys SYSTEMt SYSTEMtttorneyn
i
Attorneys t rne Believe ellev They The Will Be Able Ableto AJlle AJlleto AJileto
to Show That Union Faciflc Cor Corporation CorItoratlon Corporntlon ¬
poration > Is Ut1U Really Huge Uu Financial Financialtle Flnnn J3hJ2incIQlInttntIo l 11 11I 11ultlfuUo
InttntIo ultlfuUo I t Denlln De hIng In n the cou couI eoutI eoutIL
I > o f ftleK f ftieM
L tle tleK ot f Other Bonds in the We Went WentNew Wctkw 11 t tNew
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New kw York March 1Much luch has been beenaaM beansaid i iIII
said III in the last few years of the grip PiPwh1cb gripwhich gripwhich
which E IL Harriman HarritnaJtw was getting en enthe fttlM onthe
the TailroaAj of this country br his sys system It Ittall ys ystent ¬
tem oC stock operations and of the results resultsof reaultsoC resultsof
of it It The recent investigation 1Dtt Un of Mr MrHarrlmans MrHarr 4r 4rHarrimans
Harrlmans naJt operations by b the Interstate InterstateCommerce IJlteratateConuDe InterstateConimeice
Commerce Commission has had the result resultof rellUttof
of 0 bringing this out for the first time in inevidence inevidence iiievidence
evidence That the result of this win w 1 be hea bea bea
a suit by the Attorney General of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States to test tbe legality of at atleast ILtleast atleast
least some of Mr Harrimans doings dolnl8eertaill is iscertain iscertain
certain aside from whatever other re results re relulU icsuits ¬
lulU the investigation may have in the theway theJ theway
way J of corrective legislation legislationThe Ies1 legislationThe la olt oltThe
The commission C held hearings in New NewYork Ne NeYork NewYork
York Chicago Chica Seattle Portland San SanFrancteco SIlDFrancisco SanFrancisco
Francisco and Los Angeles While the thehearings tilehl1ngs thebeatings
hearings here were important as throwing throwinglight thro throwinglight ng nglight
light upon Mr Harrimans stock deals dealsthey dulathe dealsthey
they the were not any more important so o for foras flas faras
as the purposesof purpo esof the inquiry went than thanthe thanthe thanthe
the hearings rlogs In Chicago and on the Pa Pacific Paclftc PacHic ¬
cHic Coast COASt as it was IUS at those hearings hearingsmost hearingsmost hearingsmost
most attention was paid to the elimina elimination elbwlnatlon ellmination ¬
tion of competition that It Is alleged baa liasresulted baaresulted s sresulted
resulted through Mr HarTImans acquisi acquisition acquisition aciuIzition ¬
tion tion of the Southern Pacific system and andthe andthe andthe
the plan he h has consistently followed it itis ItIs
is charged of buying bu 1n into any lines that thatthreatened thatthreatened thatthreatened
threatened his own ownSimply 01Slmpl ownSimply
Simply a Banking System SystemThe StemThe SynteniThe
The resolution under which the inves investigation inntlgatlon investlgatlon ¬
tlgatlon was held authorized the commis commission comm18I commiselan ¬
sIGn to inquire not only into the Southern SouthernPacific SouthernPacific SouthernPacilic
I Pacific deal but Into all of Mr fr Barr Harrimans HarrlIMns Barrmans
mans purchases of stock of other roads roadswith road roadwith roadswith
with a view vie of ascertaining a what effect effectthis etrfJCtthis effectthis
this had on interstate commerce The Theresult Theresult Therenuit
result of the investigation Inv tigatlon has been to toshow toshow
show 800 the governments attorneys bo boneve be believe before
lieve fore neve that the Union Pacific and Oregon OregonShort OregonShort OregonShort
Short Line which may ma be virtually treat treated treated ¬
ed as 5 one concern are no longer rail railroads ri iiIroads l lroads ¬
roads but a a tremendous banking system systemAn syBtelnAn systemAn
An idea of what the size of this bank bankIng bankIlIg bankhug
hug system baa ha become ome may be gained gainedfrom gainedfrom gainedfrom
from the evidence that since 1SOS the sys system system systern ¬
tem has purchased 183000000 l lOQOOO more s scurities st stcurtUes sp spcuriUm
curiUm than it has sold and huts 118 out outstanding outstandln outstanding ¬
standing standln more than 183000800 of obliga obligations obUSQUon obliguttions ¬
tions tionsWhile Uon tionsWhile <
UonVhlJe
While the development of this enor enormous enormous enormono ¬
mous banking system founded upon a arailroad nrailroad arailroad
railroad system s tem is of interest in itself itselfit ItselfIt Itselfit
it is the effect it has had on rates ratesand mtesand ratesand
and competition between the great car carriers carrIers carriers ¬
riers of the country that the government governmenthas gocrnmenthAs governmenthas
has been interested in The lawyers be believe b bJleve hleve ¬
lieve they have proved that first corn cornUnion competition cornpetition
petition between the Southern P PaeI1 CI Hnd HndUnion siudUnion
Union Pacific two great railroad systems systemsacross sitenus sitenusacross atem6 atem6across
across the continent alleged to bb par parallel p paraliel r ratlel ¬
allel has been entirely wiped put sec secondly secoldlr seeoiidly ¬
ondly that as a result of the purchase purchaseby purchaseb purchaseby
by b this railroad banking nklng system of stock stock1n stockin stockin
in the Atchison Topeka and Santa SantaRailroad 1 Fe 5 5Railroad
Railroad d system running from Chicago Chicagoto
to California competition by the only onlydirect onlydlre onlydfrept
direct dlre t competitors of the Southern Pa Pacific Paelftc PaeRic ¬
eRic and Union Pacific has been to all allintents Hl1Idhmts nilIfltents
intents and purposes eliminated and con contracts contracts contracts ¬
tracts have been made for the division divisionof
of freight third that as a result of this thisthe thl8the thisthe
the State of California though connected connectedby connectedby I Iby
by three great railroad systems with Ith the therest therest therest
rest of the theconUnent continent is virtually at the themercy tilemerc themercy
mercy merc o 09 the directors of this bank banking banking bankIng ¬
ing system and fourth that In all the theImportant theImportant theImportant
Important connecting lines enough stock stockhas slockhas stockhas
has been bought virtually to control all allof aUof allof
of the tributaries to the transcontinental transcontinentallines transcontinentallines
lines of the system systemHas systemhina
I
Has Dominant Interest InterestOtto InterestOtto
I I II Otto H Kuhn of the banking house louse df dfIvBhn del dfIuhn
IvBhn l hn Loeb Co through which nenrly nenrlyall n nurlyall rl rlaU
all of these enormous stock purchases into intoCONTINUED intoCOrIXUED IntoCONTINUEDO
CONTINUED CONTINUEDO ON O SECOND PAGE PAGETo lGR lGRIo IAGkTo
To the Golf Links Link of Pinchurxt flnellUrt A v C CExcellent CExcolJentservice CHxcallant
Excellent ExcolJentservice service via Southern Railway j jsleeper
Leave Washington week dasr days In In throuli through throughsteeper
sleeper 1 116pCr 9 MI 6 p m arrIve Plncli Plncliurst rs early cariy
next morning
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A BAS THE MOLLYCODDLE MOLLYCODDLELcnrn MOLLYOODDLEILenrn
Leant to Play J IR Hall nIl and Then Join Jointhe Jointhe Joinlie
the lie PoMtnl Service ServiceNew SerlceNew ServiceNew
New York March areb 1Wlth a view vIews of ofrevolting ofl f fpreventing
revolting l valtlD the propagation of the molly mollrcoddle JIIOIbrcoddJe mollycoddle
coddle in the postal service een1eeare baaebaH nines ninesare nim nimare
are to be organized in th UN peetofllcas omc of ofall 01all ofall
all the larger cities riU 1I In the country tr7 and a aNe a aNew s sNew
New Ne York postoffice J employe eMoye pion to U to > be Iteppd en engaged Sngaged ¬
gaged as coach coi and instructor The TheJdea TheJdeatM ideais idea ideaIs
Is the roost novel eve ever suggested ed in con connection COIaAeC eonnectIo ¬
nection w4tf ivlt any branch brinc of C the Federal Federalservice Pelt Pedsralservice I Iservice
service and It it did not originate n t with withPresident wtlbPremdent withPresident
President Roosevelt It ct 1It1eut least has hution ha his htesanction hissaflction
sanction tion for without t K Postmaster lter Will Wllloox Willcox Willcix
cox would not hvtte bar im se m de the off oer r be did didaat ditfOrHionat didKst
aat weak to Wog tni J lMk ndi p clerk In InOrendoai m mfessk
=
tfOrHionat Orendoai fessk nai ballplayer hahlpisyorla lplqer1II is tb tbTM1IM th ti > jweUottteft jweUottteftThe stOllis stOllisThe <
The TM1IM > plan planbas has not been fully f1aIberystaUtrAc1 f1aIberystaUtrAc1I crystallizedbut crystallized crystallizedbut
I but when it it f and Speck seeepts the theoffer thei theoffer
i offer he will go to W Washington ton as s soon 800DttKt as asthe asthe
the baseball season opens and make that thatcity tbatcity thatcity
city the base of operations for toe tie organi organisation or organination l lUon ¬
nation Uon of ball teams composed exclusively exclusivelyof <
of employee in the Poetofike Depart Department Depruotment Departinent ¬
ment mentAfter mentAfter inentAfter
After Installing 1a8taJI1 a team at the Capital CapitalSpeck CapitalSpeck capitalSpeck
Speck will t leave for Baltimore Philadel Philadelphia Pladdphia atle1 atle1pbla ¬
phia Boston Bo Chicago Cweinna4iLo C Clechma4jLouis Clechma4jLouisviii LollI LollITtJIe ls lsvflte
vflte TtJIe viii and other cities where here he win W coach coachand coehaDd coachand
and supervise the fornsafton of teams ttsms i ithose ht htt inthose
those t places plKe8JIUGHES PIncsKUGHES placesHUGHES
HUGHES DEMANDS RECOUNT RECOUNTWants REOOUNTVnnt RECOUNTWantn
Wants Vnnt Mayoralty Blectlon of 1005 1005Settled 100 100Settle 11105Settled
Settled to Satisfaction of All AllNew AllNew iINew
New York March 2 tGov Gov Gov Hughes was wasone wa waone wasone
one of the guests of honor and the chief chiefspeaker chiefpMker chiefspeaker
speaker at the testimonial t Umonial dinner to Tody TodyHamilton Too TooHasmlton TodyHamilton
Hamilton at the WaldorfAstoria tonight tonightThe tDnl tonightThe t tThe
The governor had this to say of his de desire desire desire ¬
sire for a recount recountMy rec recountMy untMJ
My desire is that no man of any place placeor placeor placeor
or standing m In the colllmu community l shall have haveoccasion haveoccasion ve veocouIon
occasion to challenge clutJl whether there has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been an a honest election and an honest honestcount ttonetcount honestcount
count I 1 therefore demand a recount recount of ofthe ofUte ofthe
the mayoralty election of 1906 I hold It Uof ItoC itof
of the highest importance that the people peoplebe peoplibe peoplebe >
be nttetled ntl ted that choice of their ballots ballotsis bRUitsIs
is honestly figured in the counting countingThe countiRgrIIe countingThe
The oniy danger to our government is isIn IsIn I IIn
In defeating deeau the peoples people will at the thepolls thepolkS I Ipolls
polls pollsNEW pollsNEW polkS polkSNEYI
NEW PLACE FOR WINTHROP WINTHROPPorto
Porto Ricos Governor to Be Assist Assistant Assistant Assistant ¬
ant Secretary of Treasury TreasuryAnnouncement TreasuryAnllourCCJnent TreasuryAuiuourceucnt
Announcement of Appointment of ofAhrnhnm orAllrnlraul ofAbraliant
Ahrnhnm I IiaiVNhe ns Third T llrll AN ANMilitant ANllItnnt Anumlaut
Militant Postmaster General Generalj Gcu raI raII
j It was announced teat night that the thePresident thePmikJent thePresident
President has tendered to Hon Beekmtin BeekmtinWlnthrop BeekmanI BeekmttnWinthrop
I Wlnthrop 1lttbrop of New York the position of ofAssistant ofA ofAssistant
Assistant A Secretary of the Treasury for forwhich forwhleh forwhich
which position po itJonhe he was recommended by byPostmaster byPosLlllUter byPostmaster
Postmaster General Corteiyou and that thatMr th6tllr thatMr
Mr Wlnthrop had accepted ucepted ptc the appoint appointment appolntRent appointmen ¬
Rent men He H is at present governor governOr of Porto PortoRico PortoRico PorteRico
Rico It is expected that he will assume assumeMs assumetis assumebin
Ms new duties at an early Mr3 date dateIt dateIt dateIt
It is announced also at the Postoffice PostofficeDepartment PostofficeDeplLrtment PostofficeDepartment
Department DeplLrtment that Hon Edwin C Mad Madden Madden Madden ¬
den has tendered his resignation n as Third ThirdAssistant ThirdAssWant ThirdAssistant
Assistant Postmaster General The Pres President Pres1d ProsIdent ¬
ident 1d nt has decided to appoint to the theViuancy they then43ucy
Viuancy n43ucy y thus created Hon Abraham L Ljtwalie L LJAw8he Ljawie
jtwalie of Indiana Since December 1000 1000Mr 1000Mr iixjoMr
Mr Lawslic has been b auditor for the thePhilippine tltePhinppllae thePhilippine
Philippine Inlands JI ltd8 during which hlth time lys lys1ms I Ihas it itline
has established e tabllshed an auditing system for forwhicfe forwli forwkclt
whicfe wli clt he has been given the th highest com commendation commUdftUon cornmelidntlon ¬
mendation by the Secretary of War th thPhilippine the thePhilippine thePhilippine
Philippine Commission Commi slon and the governor governorgeneral governoren governorgencral
general en ral of the Philippine Islands IslandsDuring IslandsDuring IslandsDuring
During thj t th time that Mr Lawshe wag wagserving w wernUS wa wauervtng
serving as auditor a Jl dhor or for the Philippine Isl Islands 1s1AHds ThIantis ¬
ands he also served as chairman of a aPhilippine aPhmppl aPhilippine
Philippine Phmppl exposition board bOllrdln in which whichcapacity whichmJ1ftclt whichcapacity
capacity he rendered valuable services to tothe tothe tothe
the government of the Philippine Islands IslandsHe IslandsHe IslandsHe
He is now In this country on leave of ofabsence oCabsence ofabsence
absence absenceBALTIMORE absencellAI absenceBALTIMORE
BALTIMORE llAI TnIORE AND RETURA l125 l125Baltimore 125 125Baltimore l lnUJmorc
Baltimore and nm Ohio R R REvery RBery BHvery
Every Saturday and Sunday All Al trains trainsboth trainsboUt trainsboth
both ways both days except Royal Lim Limited LimIted Urnited ¬
ited City offices 1417 G st and 619 Pa Pallnrch Paave Paave
ave
llnrch in J 1UFlnrhlnMarcl FIoriiln FJorll1nJlnrch Mnrch 10 10Extremely InExtremely 19Hxtrernely
Extremely low roundtrip rates via viaSouthern viaSouthern viaSouthern
Southern Railway to Jacksonville and andFlorida andFIorId
Florida Central and West Const points
20 days return limit stopovers Apply Ap l 705 7
15th st at or 5U Pa ave avot
t <
THREEGENT FARESHouse FAREShouse FARES FARESHouse
House Votes Amendment on onUnion onUnionStation oilUnion
Union UnionStation Station Bill BillKAILWAYS BillRAILWAYS BillRAILWAYS
RAILWAYS SEVERELY SCORED SCOREDSharp SOORED1IJrlJ SCOREDSharp
Sharp 1IJrlJ GrltloiRiii GrUJol 1U of the Gompnnyta GompnnytaManagement aompnu Companya31anzg a arnnng
Management rnnng 1tlent and the Rxtortionatc RxtortionatcCharts RxtortlonnteChlJt8 JxtortlonatcQitur
Qitur Charts to the Public Penally PenallyReeinirlns PenCtlt7lnJJlI PenitItrCluunueOuLpfc
CluunueOuLpfc lnJJlI u 1t9ut2Jl frt 3meriliie4f 3meriliie4fPzurngnjAltqtfrj7g liilii il ilPnrn
Pnrn PzurngnjAltqtfrj7g Reeinirlns neflfilrm Seats for All AllThe AUThe AhlThe
The House Ho of Representatives Repre atatlvea put Itself Itself4m ItaeiCoa Itselfon
4m record test night t by a vote of 1 141 to toMS 10tor tofor
MS for acent fares ta on the street railways railwaysof n twa twaof
of W WTh WashingtonThis Washington WashingtonThis
This Th action was taken when Mr Bab Babcock Babcock nabcock
cock bnMgtot up tbe bill allowing allotjagtbe allotjagtbeBtnet the thestreet thestreet
street railways to lay tracks to connect connectwith COIUIeCt1th connectwith
with 1th the Union 1J OIl Station Sta The smoketew smoketewbecthw iIMOkeJawI14etIoa smokelawborthili
becthw was stricken out and the keftt keftttare 3centfare cent centfare
fare aseon am ancat an iiimnl ncat aubeHtoiea lNtItaied No penalty penaltyhowever penaltyhowever pmmUyhowever
however was attached to violation of the thetew tIaew tIaeTIM theliw
tew w
tewThe
The proceedings began when Mr Dab Babcock DabCOJ Bibcock
cock brought In a rule as follows followsThat toUewsThat followsrhat
That immediately imintei upon the adoption of ofthis ofthis ofthi
thi this order it shall n be In order to take vp vpthe 1IPthe apthe
the bin S 5 CUT 1141 147 entitled An let authoriz authorizing atJMNotzIR autherlalug ¬
lug IR changes chaa in certain cer a street reet railway railwaytracks raIfwa7tnacb railwaytricks
tracks within the District of columbia GotumMsand CoIuma CoIumaancI columbiaand
and for other purposes JJ1II with ilia tile amend amendments IUIMIIMImaw amendmeats ¬
maw thereto reported b bt > the Committee Committeeon Contt Contton
on the District of Columbia to offer offerhereto offerhereto offerhereto
hereto the following amendments amendmentsFirst ameRclmentsFtntTo amendmentsFirstTo
First FtntTo To strike out section n of the tbeHouse theHouae theHouse
House substitute su 8titute providing for wide tires tirescntesa tiresthe tiresunlesi
cntesa the said amendment shall t o ruled ruledout naleout titledout
out on a a point of order orderSecond omerSecondTo orderSecondTo
Second SecondTo To provide for universal 3cent 3centfares lcentfarea 3centfares
fares to be collected only from passengers passengersprovided pu ensersprovided passengersprovided
provided with seats seala and after votes on onthe 8ntbe enthe
the aforesaid amendments amend nts the question questionshall quaUonshallbe questionshall
shall shallbe be on the committee amendments amendmentsand ameodmentsADd amendmentsand
and on the bill to a final passage e without withoutIntervening withoutIntervening 1tboulIntervenlag
Intervening motion or appeal appealDebating appealDchntlnJ appeaLDelntlng
Debating the Rule RuleTwenty RulcTwenty RplcTwenty
Twenty minutes was allowed each side sideto sideto de deto
to discuss the merits of the proposition propositionMr
Mr Babcock said that the manuCa manufacturersand manufacturers manufacturersand turens turensand
and wholesale merchants had been forced forcedto foreerto
to obey the smoke Jaw and the same me rule ruleshould ruleahoul4 ruleshould
should apply to the steam locomotives locomotivescoming Jocomot1vcGmlng locomotivesomlng
coming into the th city The smoke bill billbad biDbad billbail
bad been placed on the Union OIt Station bill billbecause billu 11111bca
bca because u it was held to be meritorious meritoriousand Dterit meritoriousand rlous rlousaRd
and should be piiseed et1 The m Jny rnudter ter Her of the thegreatest thesnate thegreatest
greatest t importance now was to authorise authorisethe authorlllethe authorisethe
the street railways to tq t begin the work workthat workthat workthat
that would ouW enable them to meet traffic trafficdemands lnLtncdet1utc18 tramedeumatle
demands when the new station was com completed completed coiniilefed
pleted and and to avoid complications the thesmoke thesmoke thesmoke
smoke law was separated from the bill billMr bUtfrPayne billfrPayuie
Mr frPayne Payne of New York asked If th thbill t tb1lJ the thebill
bill as as It stood compelled compe leCI any road to tocurry tocurry tocurry
curry a passenger pA86enser free freeMr treeMr freeitr
Mr James of Kentucky lentuek made an anearnest anearne anearnest
earnest earne t appeal for the people of the Din District DI DItr Dintrict ¬
trict tr ct of Columbia Columbia He said the street streetrailways streetmflmls streetraflways
railways seemed to be especially privi privileged prlvlleett privileged ¬
leged Congress llOOO tood ready to legislate legislaten Jegl latc latcor
or n everything under the sun sun but when it itcame Itcame itcanto
came to making the local street railways railwaysrespect rallwaY25respect railwaysrespect
respect the rights of the puSlfc PU puJie lrC there tlt e was WHSsftencff Wft WftsIkonee wasidienc
idienc sftencff and failure tc act actIe lie declared declaredit ieelaredIt tClared tClaredIt
it was wasr wasan r an outrage to allow the street streetrailways strNtrallwas streetrailways
railways to keep on robbing the people peopleThey peopleI peopleThey
I They Thfo were compelling their patrons to topay to1Pf topay
1Pf pay dividends on their franchises which whichha which1111d whichhad
ha had < cost them nothing and on a capi capitalization cnpttallzllUu eapitauzitlon ¬
1111d talization that was vastly inflated < 1 with withwater withwater withwater
water As Mr James closed his appeal appealfor appealfor
I for relief for the people of Washington Washingtonthe
the galleries broke out into applause apphtuseThe apphmseThe applauseThe
The galleries were by this time packed packedCONTINUED pacKedCO packedcorlNUED
CONTINUED CO TIXUED ON O BLKVBNTH PAGE PAGEIlnltlmoro 1AGEn1ltlmor lAGEilaitlinore
Ilnltlmoro and Ohio to Cincinnati Cincinnatiand Cincinnotianl
and St Louis LouiHThree LoulHThree LouisThree
Three through vestibuled trains daily dailysplendidly c1Rllysplendldl dailysplendidly
splendidly equipped without change of ofcars atcaTS ofcars
cars fit R5536 the daylight train trainleaves traInItves trainleaves
leaves Washington S a a m reaching Cin Cincinnati CIncinnati CIacinnati ¬
cinnati before midnight same me day with witliPullman withPullman withPullman
Pullman drawingroom Ira wingroom sleeping car The TheSt ThelOSt TheSt
lOSt St Louis Limited leaves Washington
405 4 p m arriving Cincinnati SK S a a m mLouisville mLOUlsvntC mLouisville
Louisville 1150 a at m St Louis 5 7 p pm pm pm
m drawingroom draw drawingroom ngroom sleeping cars cargf to Cin Cincinnati C1nclnnatl Cm Cmcinnati ¬
cinnati and St Ixiiils and dining cars carsThe carsThe carsThe
The uS SJ Louis Express leaves Washing Washington Washington Washington ¬
ton 130 night arrives Cincinnati 535 i 3i p pm P Pm pm
m Louisville 930 p m St St Louis 723 723a 723a 73a
a a m with drawingroom dra 1ngroom sleeping ears carsand earsand earsand
and dining cars Reservations at 1417 G Gst Gst Gst
st st nw 010 Pa ave and station N J Jave Jave Jave
ave and C su s at
1
BRING DEAD BACK TO LIFE LIFECompany LIFECompany LIFECompany
Company 1 JJI Organized to Restore n dor Per PerMons PerNon PerSons
Sons Non Asphyxiated Anphyxintcdgpeeil AMphXlntedBpeehl Asphyxiatedpesial
gpeeil to The Watbinstoa Herald HeraldNorfolk HeraldNorfolk HeraldNorfolk
Norfolk Va March 2 2For For the avowed avowedpurpoao avowedpurpO avowedpurpose
purpose purpO of bringing the dead back to life lifeby Ufeby lifeb
by b restoring breath to the bodies which whichIt whichIt whichIt
It has loft an Artificial Respiration Cor Corporation CornoraUon Corporatlon ¬
poration has been organized The offl offloers omQ olilsoya
oers Q rof of the corporation are R R E Miller Millerpresident MIJJerpresident MillerprecidOnt
president C S Hanks vice president presidentW
W V H IL Venable Vena1 > I treasurer and M L CL C Hill Hillsecretary Hmocre1ao Hillsecretary
secretary secretaryBxporhirants ocre1aoporhJlnts secretaryBxporlnients
Bxporhirants porhJlnts by Prof Poe Poe of Norfolk NorfolkCounty NorfolkCountY NorfolkConty
County led to the organization of the thecorporation thaCiJrporatlon theeorpeeation
corporation The professor claims that thathe thath thathe
he h has perfected a mothod of restoring restoringthe restoringtpe rastorlngthe
the breath of life to lungs which it has hasleft htlsloft lateleft
left by pumping carbonic gas from and andoxygon andOX1SOft andoxygea
oxygon into the lungs lungsCases JungsCases hungOses
Cases of apparent asphyxiation by gas gasdrowning giltdrewatng ga gadrowning
drowning or death from an overdose of ofanaesthetics otWtesUMtlcs ofleethetlcs
anaesthetics Prof Poe claims claims can be bebrought 1ebrought bebrought
brought back to life that would other etherwte otherWisf othervbse
wte Wisf be lost lostNo lostNo lostNo
No man has yet et been resurrected re urrected by bythe byttIe bythe
the method but experiments on lower loweranimate lowerJllm loweridmthn
animate Jllm k have been highly successful successfulOTHER sucC865 successfulOTEER uJ
OTHER THEFTS DISCOVERED DISCOVEREDJilysterlouM DISCOVERED1th DISCOVERED3lybterlous
JilysterlouM 1th terloUN Losses of Money Ione In Chi Chicago Cblcago Cliicage ¬
cago Xovt ow COniC to Light LightQhfeago LIJhtO LightObleago
Qhfeago O fe lo March 2 2At At midnight Secret SecretSerric SoocetSantC SecretService
Service Chief Wilkie aiid his detectives detectivesnded detdcUwsended detcttvesended
ended nded the week with failure to capture capturethe caphJrethe captorethe
the thief who stole 13000 from th thUnited the tluUJlfted theUnited
United States sub subtreAsury treasury The many big bigrobberies bigrobberl bigrobberies
robberies robberl in Chicago Federal l ederal institutions institutionscompels Jnstltutlonscop Institutionscompel
cop compels the he belief that a bold gang ot otMoves atUIIeleIJ 01thieves
Moves regard Uncle Sams depositories depositoriesKfr deposltortesWtre depositoriesbera
Wtre Kfr a rich field ekl for operation operationInvestigation operationI operationInvestigation
Investigation I Mtgat1on into the subtreasury def deficit defteft deflolL ¬
lolL developed several mysterious losses lossesf 10seesOC homesof
OC f money in that institution within the thepast theput thepsat
past few years Comparatively recently recentlyHwappeared reeentI reeentItGt recentlydloappeared
tGt Hwappeared < from the cage of a atrusted atrMted atiouted
trusted teller tellerAnother tellerAMt1ter tallerAnother
Another money counter discovered SIOO SIOO1M SW SWid 3Oto
id have 1M bay dropped out of 0 sight after its itswrlval Itsn1t Itshours
hours wrlval n1t at the sobtreasnry at Other losses lossesf 10llleSot lossesoZ
ot f money QtOft followed and were never made madeIHtMlc madetIIIIfte madeUCHESS
IHtMlc tIIIIfteIlUCHESS
I IlUCHESS UGHESS IN NEW BOLE BOLEPlans ROLEPlans BOLEPlans
Plans to Convert IHcnheiiu castle qnstlcInto castleInto aKtJe aKtJeInto
Into Rescue Homes HornetLondon HomesLencIo HomesLondon
London March i 2The The Duchess Of OfMarthorough OfMRtorough ofMarlborough
Marlborough formerly Consuelo VandarbHt Vanderbit Vandar raJlderWit
bit Wit te to appear in K a new role accord according aeeordII accordlag ¬
lag to the Weekly Dispatch DispatchThte Dl6patebTIds DispatchThis
This newspaper asserts the duchess duchesswhose d1tCMwhoee duchesswhose
whose matrimonial troubles have re received received icceived ¬
ceived great attention recently is plan planning plannID planning ¬
ning nID to devote the remainder r of her life lifeto lifeto re
to active social work in the church and andto ar arto andyto
to advancing ad the the interests ts of the army armyShe arnQShe armySb
She Sb will forswear r her former r gayeOes s eUa ati atidevote anti antlde antidevote
de devote herself exclusively ef 1 to the new newwork newwwk newwork
work she has deckled tIecJdeclAs upon uponAs sponAs
As a a part of her plan pia for assisting social socialreforms metalrolories I IIt
reforms generally it ie is stated the duchess ducheeswill due duewilt duchesswill
will convert the magnificent Blenheim BlenheimPalace BlenheimPalace BlenheimPalace
Palace int rescue homes homesNOMINATE homesNOMINATE homesNOMINATE
NOMINATE 3USSE SSE POE MAYOR MAYOKChlcngro MAYORChicago MAYORChicago
Chicago Republicans Xante nme Post PostnJnSter PostnfnHter Postnnuter
nJnSter ns asThelo Their Tllel Candidate CandidateChicago CandidateCbieabO CandIdateChicago
Chicago March 2 tPostinaster Postmaster po Fred FredBu FretIBwt FredThues
Bu Bwt Thues 6 was waEMrnhutttd omlntfd by the RomtMlce RomtMlceChicago n nn ie1pbI1el ie1pbI1elt
t n t teda 18 18Cldeae8 fa7 jiia jiiaCbleg
Chicago JJwe Swee ueso was enable We to attend attendbehty atteftdbehlg attendboitig
behty COIUiaea cofta > afl to his home oil account accountof aeco amadtof t toC
of injuries Jnju sustained in tbe wreck reck sOar nftarJohnstown sOarJohnstown
Johnstown Pa last week Other candi candidates candidates ¬
dates nominated are a City treasurer Gen GenXAward GenBtnI Gen4ward
XAward 4ward C Young Y OWlS commander of the theFourth theFrtB theFourth
Fourth FrtB Brigade illinois National Guard Guardcity GilQrddb Guardcity
city clerk John R R McCabe McCabeThe McCabeThe MctbeThe
The convention became a county and anddrainage anddralna anddrainage
drainage dralna district convention and nomi nominated nomlbated nominated ¬
nated William IURm McSurley and Benjamin BenjaminM
M Smith for Superior Court justices and andOtto andOtto andOtto
Otto Novak for drainage trustee trusteeSTEVENS ttWIteeSTEVENS trusteeSTVEN8
STEVENS AT PANAMA BANQUET BANQUETReference BANQUETReferenoe BANQUETReference
Reference to Chief Engineer Meets Meetswith Meetswith Meetswith
with Applause on Isthmus IsthmnsExGo IsthmusexGo IsthmusHxGov
ExGo v Frauds Lands Ills Work Workand Workand ot otRnd
and Say Says Canal Will Redound Redoundto j jto
to Ills Honor HonorPanama HonorPaMma HonorPanama
Panama March 1 2the The eommerctel eommerctelclubs eonnnereialclubs coenmercialclubs
clubs of Boston Cincinnati and St St Louis Louisgave Louispve Louisgave
gave a grand reception at tbe Tivoli Hotel Hotelthis Hetelth Betelthis
this th l evening eveningJohn eveningJohn eveningJohn
John F Stevens Steve li chief engineer of the thecanal theoaDl thecanal
canal with characteristic modesty made madea
a a few appropriate remarks at the dinner dinneron dnnerOft dinneron
on the different dl1fer Rt phases pha e of the canal work workfrom workr worktrout
from r the beginning t to > its present state stateExOov stateExGov stats1xOev
ExOov D R Francis made some cut cutting cutUR cutting ¬
ting UR remarks about the re re resignation lgnatlon of ofMc ofStevens ofMStevens
Mc MStevens Stevens as chief engineer which were wererevived werer wereXeWed
revived r tVe XeWed with great applause which whichshewed whichMewed whichshowed
Mewed the regret felt over the resig resignation reslgtloft resignation ¬
nation tloft of Mr Stevens after two years ears of ofappreciative oCappreciative ofappreciative
appreciative Av vork OIk rk He said 14 that In all allgreat aUcreat altgreat
great enterprises enter it was essential ntJaI that thatthere UIII thatthere t tthere
there sh < jfeijAJbj the same esprit de corps corpswhich e corpswhich rps rpswhleh
which hat hit P P alluding all Oinr to Mr MrStevens MrStevens r rStevens
Stevens u ito lo be regretted that thattbe thetthe thatthe
the same j th it dc corps was now qow w lacking lackingIn
In the enthusiasm which was evident evidentforty evidentfortyeight i ifortyeight
fortyeight forty lsht hours ago agoIf a1oIf agoIf
If the resignation was the result of in inexplicable Inexplicable inexplicable ¬
explicable action at Washington the th gov government go goernlMnt goveminent ¬
eminent was wise wl e and should know best bestbut bestbut bestbut
but if it was of Mr Stevens own you volitien youHon oU oUtkm
Hon he Mr Francis sincerely thought thoughtthe thoughtthe thoughtthe
the engineer had made a great mistake mistakeThe mistAkeThe mistakeThe
The governor emphasized the fact that thatthe lhatthe thatthe
the achievement Rchleem nt of the construction of oftbe ofthe j jthe
the canal would redound in great honor honorto horiorto liodorto
to Mr Stevens Stev ns and would set sethis thls his name nameon nameon nameon
on a pedestal of fame which would de descend descend descemi ¬
scend to his children and his childrens childrenschildren chlldrenschildren cldIdrenschildren
children for all allnges ages Therefore he hethought bethought hethought
thought Mr Stevens action was as much to tobe tohe tobe
be regretted if It was voluntary voluntaryPHYSICIANS voluntaryPHYSICIANS oluntaryPHYSICIANS
PHYSICIANS TO BE APPOINTED APPOINTEDSvrnnnon APPOINTEDTa APPOINTEDiTannon
Svrnnnon iTannon Ta on Favors Closer Cooperation CooperationDctvreen CoollcrfionDeheen CooperationBetween
Between Doctors J octorl and People PeopleSptcfel PeopleSplCiat PeopleSpins
Spins to The Wmtiiiigtmt WIR HmM HmMRichmond HeraldRichmond
I Richmond Va V March 2 2Gov Go Gov Claude ClaudeA ClkudeA
A A Swanson tonight in Introducing Dr DrMcGfll DrI DrlcG DrMcGfli
I
McGfll lcG I on a general subject 5ubje t of closer co cooperation coI cooperation ¬
I operation between the physicians of th thState the thuState theState
State and nd the people stftted that It was washis wnshis washis
his intentions to appoint a physician ph slcltln on onevery oncer onevery
every cer board of every institution in this thisState thIsState thisStats
State StateHe StateHe StatsHe
He said that when he came into office officetiiere officeUre officethere
there was not a physician on even the theState theState theState
State Asylum board He desired d slred he snld snldto snldto saidto
to see a doctor on every school board in inevery Inevery inevery
every county count and city elt In the State as aswell uswen aswell
well as on the State board boardAllusion boo boardAllusion rd rdAJluslon
Allusion was as made to the fRet that phy physicians physicians pitysicians ¬
sicians are not n > t generally recognized r by bylegislative bylegislative bylegislative
legislative bodies on account of an erro erroneous erroneous erroneous ¬
neous supposition that they are working workingfor workingfor workingfor
for their Individual ends instead of fur furthe furthe furthe
the peoplo whom hom they represent representVlrRlnln representlrJlnln representVirginia
Virginia Hot Springs Sprla Parlor Cur CarCommencing CurCommencing CurCommencing
Commencing Maroh larah 12 the 2 p m train trainvia trlnIa trainvia
via Ia Chesapeake Ohio Ry R will 11 P have per pfrrlar prlar perlar
lar car cnrWashington Washington to Virginia Hot HotSprings HotSprings HotSprings
Springs without change dally ex Sunday SundayI
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SOCIALISTS ROUTED ROUTEDIN ROUTEDIN ROUTEDII
IN II LONDON ELECTION ELECTIONMunicipal ELECTIONMunicipal ELEGTIOMunicilaI
Municipal Ownership Policy PolicyJs PolicyIs
Js RepudiatedanrEN RelUliatC1GIVEN Repudiated
GIVEN 18 YEARS EiI TRIAL TRIALReformers TIDAL1efolJuelS TRIALllefbithers
>
Reformers Have 79 7 9 and an < l Soaial SoaialIsts Soaialists SoGialIsts
Ists 8L 34CouncHnlOil 34CouncHnlOilJ1normouK Councilman CouncilmanKnormooK Couiicilrnoiillnorznous
KnormooK Vote ote Cant and Reform ReformElement RcformElement ReformElentent
Element Win Wins Vln hy b Two I o to One OneIR OneIRborlnJ OneLaboring In Inborlnp
boring District Turns Against Hx Hxtrn Bxtrnugant axtravugant
trn trnugant vacant AdminlKtrntlon Adnlnintrntjonpuhhfc AdnlnintrntjonpuhhfcBuildings dmlnl trntlonPQJlo trntlonPQJloDutldlngs Pahlic PahlicIiuildinir1
Buildings Used for Socialistic Sun Sunday Sunday Sunday ¬
day Schools School8oolwlch Woolrrich Rebels RebelsLondon UebelLondon RebelsLondon
London March iSocteltom SodaI auffered < forPd a adaelsfv adeelme adOeIslYe
daelsfv and orerwhehnlng defeat today todayat t todLyat dayat <
at th the binds lt 1Klc o the London electors The Thereault Ther88 Tueresult
result r88 Jt of 01 the th county council election eledl Jn < is isth Isth Istha
th tha choice of seventynine Reformers Reformersthirtysix Rerorm ReformersthirtysIx T Tthtrtylitx
thirtysix Progressives tv and three Labor Laborites La Lsborites bo r rItes
ites The last council ted eoneI of eighty eightythree eigl1tythr eightythree
three thr Progres Prob7 Progrsstves ves Urirtytour Moderates atoderatcsnow Moderatesnow od Tat Tatnow
now called Reformers and one O inis inispenflent inapen6ent iruiependent
pendent penflentBTffver pen6entBer pendent9ver
BTffver Ber in a great community in this thiscountry thaacoUntry tu1iscountry
country has there re been such an extreme extremereversal extr1l1ttrtlersal extrenirevarsal
reversal of the popular will with ith regard regardto reg a Id Idtoa
to toa a party or policy The Progress S SMye enhave
have controlled control London LORd since the creat Tf reatin reatinof > f t Hn Hnof > n nof
of the county eonncfl eo dI eighteen hteen years ago agoFrom agolrom agoFrom
From the outset they the have engaged in n a uconstantly aeonsUlntlr aconstantly
constantly broadening policy of municipal municipalownership munieiI1ownership munkiJeiownership
ownership and it was this policy that thatformed thatformoo thatformed
formed the sole issue of the present pre cam campaign eiipeign alt altP6hn ¬
paign London has 1 new condemivd conde Ud and andrepudiated 1nt1re nd ndrepudiated
repudiated re dlated Jt in a decision so emphatic emphaticthat tnlphatictJItIt emphatictiuct
that its revival l is impossible impossibleThe ImJ088lbleIollc ImpossibleIohlcy
Iollc Iohlcy Given Patient rlnL rlnLThe rriaiThe
The old councils record of extrava extravagance ntrJdganef txtravagance ¬
gance waste mismanagement dropii n nby nby aby
by false accounts accOufta and general invump invumptenee inlum inlumteIIee irwumptailce
tenee was perhaps perM the worst evr mae maeby nl naeby e eby
by a public body whose members v Ht Htnet e enet enet
net accused of personal dishonesty d1 a < i 4ruptIon icorruption 1 1e
corruption e ruptIon Englishmen En l hme however iv r ti timast t tmeat j jt
mast t patient people on earth in t ttreHtment tL tLtreIItJtlRt U Utreatment >
treatment of public officials o and t th > r rwillingness rWlUtngJtON rwillingness
willingness to give any policy mti mtiupon ent entupon
upon a full and fair trial Municipal ow owersbip oJ uu uuerebip < 1ersbtp
ersbip or in otier words socialism s shad sbad iihad
had such such a trttu in London and a am nrl t j r i irvtterb s sUtterly Ittt
Utterly tt faWed That and nothing is s 8 8the athe
the meaning euolDg of London Londons verdict todi todiThe tolbne tod todrho >
The ftg ASres r 8 of o th the popular vote vot make makethe JII i1ae i1aethe a athe
the decision even mote emphatic Th They Theyar y yare
are ar not gotqufte quite complete so the exact totii totiicannot ttaiiS ttaiiScannot ttiicannot
cannot yet be given but the general generalproportion g generdproportIon nfral nfralproportion
proportion is more than two t h > im imagainst It I Iaaln e eagainst
against t municipal ownership owner lp Tlu Thr > v is isan lSan taxii
an enormous vote east but despit > T 1 is isthe IIIthe isthe
the total Progressive vote ote shows Wi a astantlal sub substantial t tstanUaI ¬
stantial reduction from three years at atwheii a awb ste stewhen
when wb o 0Dt only y 4i P per r cent of the enroll enrollTOters enrolled enrolledTOters enrolledvoters
TOters went to the polls pollsFor pellaF9 pollsFor
For F9 r Socialistic jgjmdnr atidny ridnTSehool ridnTSehoolT1a School SchoolsT1I SchoolTHft
THft T1I BrogroS8tv Pr iefiMtl cit ol 1 extended tended even to totebojF toi
tebojF 1 i bQJ b cfmstituenctes CfMtit Woolwich for i istalCiewher lt ltstance < i istanee
stance stalCiewher where there thee ft III a huge majority majorityof majoritof
of the wdrlditg W tklag d etu se tamed out the Pro Progressive Iiuigresslve > r rSTtsshre ¬
gressive representatives ad and elected Re Reformers Refbrm Reforniers ¬
formers fbrm rs Woolwich WooIlchls Is a district where wherethe whttathe Wherathe
the taxpayers Ucc Yer have been outrageously outrageouslymulcted outragIu1ymuJeted outragoulymitictod
mulcted by electric and other municipal municipalenterprises municiPAlentrprlMS municipalentCrprlsee
enterprises enterprisesTbe entrprlMSThe entCrprlseeThe
The last week of the great campaign campaignagainst campaigngdlNt campaignagainst
against municipal mU I socialism was w the k kin k4nest kincot > a aest
est political straggle m 1ft the modern his hietorj hislo history
tory lo of the metropolis metropolisSome mdropoltaSome metropolisSame
Some developments of the week w > ck have luivebeen 11cnebeen havebeen
been Important as indicating the extent extentto nhntto extutto
to to which socialism pure and simple domi dominates dominates thaniaMes ¬
nates the th present officialdom of tin th tity c t y
It ims been shown for instance instsn that thatnwntj titmAil tatmii
mAil mii puftHc school have been n u ud d on onSundays < wi wiSundays inSundays
Sundays for socalled calltcl Socialist Sunday Sundayschools Sundaysch Sundayschools
schools ol The discrimination by th ththoritles d1 d1thorlU j jthorltieg
thorltieg thorlU is illustrated by the fact ih t nt ntwhen it itwhen itwhen
when the vicar of a parish applied appti < d f flr flrtbo 1the > r rthe
the use of a schoolroom > for a hiirrh IhurlhSand hiirrhSunday hurchSunday
Sunday Sand school he was a told first thui thu the tiiecaretaker thecaretaker tILOcaretaker
caretaker must have a day 1 of rest rt t He Heapplied HeAppfied Reapplied
applied again and was referred t < > the thedistrict t Urdistrict i idtstrlct
district managers who took no action acti It Itthe > Jt Jtthe t tthe
the time A week later the room WaS in inuse inUN ARuse
use by a Socialist Sunday school schoolAn 84hoolA1t schooLAn
An interesting byproduct of th tht < pta prvgresslve prltehe ptagressive
gresslve Socialist policy has be bent n the In Introduction 111troduetton l ltroductiotu ¬
troduction of municipal billiards ut t t ttaxpayers ttAUp e etaxpayers
taxpayers tAUp yers expense e The public t rea4ln rea4lnrom resdrig resdrigrohm idng idngroom
rohm room rfhd baths at Batteries have hu be ben benfilled < n nfllled nfilled
filled with young men playing bUOani bUOanibagatelle blDlaniS blDlaniSb blhlianisbagatelle
bagatelle b g telle deminoes shove hove haKpeni haKpenic hdfpeniikc
kc c all the material being supplied tpublic tpublic t tpublic
public expanse expanseIt cxpe liie liieIt
It has been explained that the reas u uwhy IIwh awhy
why wh the progressive Socialists have 1 1so fso 1so
so long Ion held a majority Jorit of two to one in inthe illtM i a athe
the county council eo s that the avenmi avenmiLondoner 8V6n 8V6nLondoner avem avemLondoner
Londoner does not vote ott < m the local localtions loultions I 1 1tlons
tions At the last election in I l 1101 i M esabout < v vabout r rabOut
about 45 4 per cent of ti the electorate wt 1IJet 1IJetto t tto tto
to the polls Then too the t la large exit extcisfon exitsioa I Ion
sfon on of municipal industrial enterprtt s shas 5has shas
has created an an in army an Y of public employ employwho t twho tinpeyiwho
who of course voted I mnsso mns for f fi l thu thuofHcial UkofficiAl tlaotilchd
officiAl employers This Thi is one erf ofmost the themost th thmost
< most most serious features of u the situation lur lurif hrIf irIf
if the present control c ntrol continues and an anrles CK CKrfes atries
rfes out its I extensive pnigrammv i 111 f eh ehtrteal eIttMeaI ektiteal
trteal transportation ned other siheat siheatit chea cheait eheaIt
it would not be long before th till pvh fhe fheemployee ic iccmploes c cemployes
employee would be sufficiently nunverbstj nunverbstjto nUlll numeoes numeoesto Vl Vlto
to hokl the complete comple balance of power in inLondon 11Loudon iiiLondon
London and the city lit l would IK at t tie tiemercy tlemere tiemercy
mercy mere of the Socialist element elementIt
It woaM wo kl naturally be supposed Iliut nw nwbright Iliebright i ibnght
bright spring weather eatlwr which prwaiini prwaiinitoday pTtnIiftoda prtvafldtoday
today toda would conduce to an fnorniow fnorniowvote f nnrnWI nnrnWIote norria ii iivote
vote ote which would mean a decistw d lsi lc lctory Ietory c ctory
tory for the t Reformers but th tht hi fX xi rt rtcontrary t tcontrary tcontrary
contrary was the fact It is the habit f fwelltodo rweUtooo t tsellWdo
welltodo Londoners to flee ee to the > coun country U11 U11tl iittry ¬
try and seaside for the weekend when whenthe whenthe en enthe
the weather we ther is favorable fa ofAble and henc tilE trieselection tilEselection theselection >
selection of Saturday as the polling diy diywas d diywas l lwas
was a great gre t advantage to the So Soda SoIaiist SoIaiistBath < Iallt IalltDath l1 t tDntll
Bath Unloads Ll light lit Plnnt PlnntThis PlnntThis PlantThis
This weeks record of failures m In minui minuipal mm1 i ipal 1pal
pal ownership include an important inc aseIn jseIn incIn
In Bath The city authorities then vtei v
42 to 2 to sell the municipal electric plunt pluntwhich plwtwhich pluntwhich
which has been a failure to a private prldfesyndIcate privatesyndicate s ssyndicate
syndicate The transaction means the theimmediate lie lieImmediate e eImmediate
immediate reduction of the local rate Tat < f ftaxation ftRxntlen ftaxation
taxation The auditor of the th local I gov government gyernment gnernment ¬
ernment board after an examination examinationthe xamlnatlnnthe < > f fthe
the Woolwich oolwleh accoupte accoup accoux4 reports an evn evnworse irnworse
worse state of affairs iijphn n was previousLy prevwusiyreported prnou previousLyreported y yreported
reported In these dispatches The coi O i of ofstreet q qstreet if ifstreet
street lighting has been more than twioe twioewhat tWJIewhAt twiewhat
what it should have been and the lossw losswon loss8on Iossison
on the electrical enterprise much mu < h heavier heavierthan IHlI heavierthan r rthan
than was acknowledged acknowledgedLord acknoW1ed acknowledgedLord ed edLord
Lord Avebury Issued another brochure brochureon
on municipal ownership owvershlP owperahii this week w > k in inwhich inwblell Inwhich
which he again condemns the whole prin principle prillClplo priaciple ¬
ciple as false democVacy and bad b b d policy policyHis Ylk YlkHis p11yHis
His conclusions are Monopolies are arebad a1tbsd arebad
bad but especially municipal monopolies monopoliesbecause monopoliesbecause monopoliesbecause
because Uiv 1 v are the most difficult difficultregulntc difficultregulate tr trregulate < >
regulate control nr > r abolish I doubt doubtwhether doubtwhether doubtwhether
whether the paper profit which munici municipalities municipolities I IpaUtles ¬
polities claim to have made has any r ral ralexistence al alexistence a1oxlstenee
existence Municipal trading must in increase jgcrease lucrease ¬
crease our rates more and more while at atthe 1tthe atthe
the same time it raises the price of nec necsarios ne1 ne1sarles necssarles >
sarles so that it cuts down incomes with withone withone withone
one hand and with the other makes life lifemore Ii lifemore fe femore
more expensive expensiveA
A In Carte C1rS Lunch Served Serv l Daily DailyAt DRifTAtEckstelns DailyAtEckateins
At AtEckstelns Ecksteins from 12 to 3 3 1412 N Y ave a va

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