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I THE BWASHINGTOHA WASHINGTON WAS It I Ii G T 0 If HERALD HE a A L D I FRIDAY F RID A Y MAY M A Y 31 3 1 1907 1 9 0 T a
BRIAN BRWTALKS I TALKS TAXES TAXESKebraskan TAXESNebraskan TAXESflebraskan
Nebraskan Speaks at Patrick PatrickHenry PatrickHenrJr Patrickhenry
Henry Day Celebration CelebrationATTRACTION CelebrationTTRAOTION CelebratiwiATTRACTION
ATTRACTION AT EXPOSITION EXPOSITIONCommoner Ex XOSITION XOSITIONCommonci OSITION OSITIONCommone
Commoner Avails A AyaI1I11znce1f Tnlb JHmaclf IIhnllcU of Oppor Opportunity OpportnnltT Opportunity ¬
tunity to Say Something SO Soiiict1iIn lcthlng About the theIlailrondsDeclnres thcJtnllroadsDecJareA fluefla11roadsDec1nre
IlailrondsDeclnres thai iIia So Fnr All Allthat Al1thnt Allthat
that Has 1ln Been Accomplished In to toIncrease toIncrease toa toIncreaNe
Increase Revenue of Corporations CorporationsErccM CorlloratJonlIirc CorporntlonEptithI
a
ErccM Iirc 1l to Th TM Wastogton Herald HenHNorfolk BuddNorfolk HeraldNorrok
Norfolk Va May 113 30 3OToda OToday Today was a ob observed ousen observed ¬
served sen at the Jamestown Exposition xpoMtIon as asPatrick asPatrick as4Patr1ck
Patrick Henry Day DR the central figure figurebeing figureng figurebeing
being ng William Jennings Je plngs Bryan who ho ar arrived arrived arilved ¬
rived here last night nightThe nightThe nightThe
The exercises of the day began l1 this thismorning thismomblg thisinomlag
morning in Convention Hall on the thegrounds thegroulNll thegmundd
grounds with President Harry Har St George GeorgeTucker GeorgeTucker GeorgeTucker
Tucker of the exposition company pre presiding presldlng presldlng ¬
sldlng A school childrens ohlld n8 chorus of ofolctfS 969 969voices ZOvoLce
voices olctfS sang SAa Yanke Doodle and this thiswas thiswas thiswas
was followed by a patriotic address by byPresident b bPresident byPre3klent
President Tucker on the life Bnd nd char character charI characttr ¬
I acter of Patrick Henry and Its import importance Importance hrnportanee ¬
ance upon the history of the Colonies ColoniesMr Colonieslr ColoniesMr
Mr lr Tucker then read the Patrick Henry Henrystamp Henrystamp Henrystamp
stamp act resolutions re in the Virginia Virginiahouse YlrglnlabouoC Virginiaboute
house bouoC of burgesses bu IM8 the reading being beingfrom beingfrom be4ngfroni
from the original ort na1 draft draftBrynii drafLDr1nn drafiBryan
Bryan Touches on Itxllroiidft ItxllroiidftRepresentative Itahirout us usRepresentative
Representative R Frank II R LaseUor of ofthe oCthe ofthe I
the Fourth Virginia district introduced introduced3rfr IntrodUC1Mr introducedMr
Mr Bryan Dr whose subject was Taxation TaxationWithout ThxatlonWithout f
Without Representation Repre entatlea Is Tyranny Hej Hejsaid lie liesIdinpsrt 1 1ald
said sIdinpsrt In part partIf C j jIf
If I am allowed to talk on taxation I Iought Iou Iought
ought ou ht not to forget for et that taxation in this thiscountry thlacountr71a thiscountry
country countr71a is bearing besri g today because e we do donot donot donot
not regulate the corporations as we ought oughtto ou oughtto t tto
to regulate r e them When I find a man who whoIs whoIs
Is constantly coestsntl talking tIkin against government governmentownership govtmmentonendltp governmentownership
ownership of railroads I believe he is isdoing isdoing Isdoing
doing it from his own Interests Well we wehave W9ha wehave
have ha ye not reached that questionS < t teUon but but we wehave wehaye wehave
have reached the question of our railroad railroadmanagement railroAdmanqement railroedmanagement
management and I have sometime IO felt felttempted felttempted felttempted
tempted to suggest 8U eat that a man who spends spendshis spendbis speedshis
his time talking taJkl about the government governmentownership governmeiutownership ernaaent ernaaentownenbtp
ownership of railroads could better spend spendhis spendbls spendhistime
his histime line In protecting pret the masses from the thegreed tilegreed thegreed
greed of corporations of today todayWhat todayWbat totinyWhat
What is the effect of our ouraw new rate ratelaw ratelaw
law aw which was so hard to get pt There Thereare There8rt Thereare
are tjiro tvo effects so far One to It Itstopped Itstoppld itstop
stopped stop rebates That is good But Butwhat Butwhat Butwhat
what was the pecuniary effect Why Wh Whthe
the railroads rail kept the money MY they paid paidto p psidtn ld ldtl1 I
to the favored shippers that is the rail railroads railroads railreads ¬
roads got more money out of this What Whatwns WhatWJ WhatWt
wns WJ S the other effect It stopped passes passesWhat passesWhat
What did that do It gave to the rail railroads rallrl1Jda mu mumnad ¬
roads mnad the money that the fellows f Uowl used to tosave toSuYe tosave
save that rode on posses possesRevenue pASlIeJLItC1CJUIC passesItecxiee
Revenue of iluolb I Ilonuls Son Is Increased IncreasedSo
So far we have increased the revenues revenuesof revenueftof revenuesof
of the roads and that is all that law Ja has hasdons hasdon hasdons
dons don so far fend when h Mtll the various States Statessaid StatesMid Statensaid
said Well WellS now we e have given ven you ou this thisadvantage thisadvatnap thisadvantage
advantage by bi stopping s rebates rehat and andpasses andsle8 andpasse
passes sle8 we e will reduce passenger pu r rates ratesand ratesand ratesand
and make you divide with the people peopleIn peopIeIn peopleIn
In some of the States they have reduced reducedthe nd1Mfdthe reducedthe
the passenger rates and some of the rail railroads railroads rHroads ¬
roads are so ungrateful u for what has hasbwn haslen
tEn 1 given them that they the go into intothe Intottlt intothe
the courts and try to keep the people from fromhaving fromhaI frontIaing
having haI the benefit of o the 2cent rate rateMr ratelr rat ratS
S Mr Bryan was tendered t 1 a public recep ¬
tion at the exposition tonight tonightMrs tonlshlM18 tonightMrs
Mrs Redd of Henry County aged agedninetytwo a8Mninetytwo agedninetytwo
ninetytwo the oldest living descendant ndant of ofPatrick DCPatrick o oPatrick
Patrick Henry was present and attended attendedthe attendedthe attendedthe
the ceremonies of the day dayMINERS day1rIINERS dayMINERS
MINERS THREATEN STRIKE STRIKEIntroduction STRIKEntrol1uctlon STRIKEntrodnetion
Introduction ntrol1uctlon of Automatic Shaker in inFlttsbarg InPIUsborg Inrlttshnrg
Flttsbarg District CIIUKOS Trouble TroublePlttsburg TroublePltteburg TroublePlttsburg
Plttsburg May la 9 > lf A strike of 4 00 00tniners 000 000Inera OOlulners
I
tniners Inera in the Pitteburg district may begin beginon beginn n nOn
on n Saturday unless the operators and andUnited andUnited antiTJnited
United Mine Workers reach a compro compromise comproznl comproZnise ¬
mise znl c tomorrow tomorrowThe tomorrowThe I IThe
The operators have been told that un unless 1Inle tinless ¬
less le the new automatic shaker dumps dumpslately dumpslately dumpslately
lately Introduced are taken out out not a apound apound apound
pound of coal will ill be mined after Friday Fridaynight Fridaynight Fridaynight
night nightIn nightIn nightIn
In reply the operators have hnvesent sent word wordthat wordthat wordthat
that If the the mines are forced f reed to t close e they theywill theym theywill
will m never be reopened with 1tb the un unworkmen uftjoft uftjoftworkllK unjonworkmen
workmen Both sides seem ready rot fofstrike foF a astrike astrike
strike strikeThe strikeThe strikeThe
The workmen say the machines will re reduce re reduce meduce ¬
duce their wages about 17 cents a ton tonThw tonTh tonThe
The Th shaker dump is a contrivance for forseparating forparatlng forceparating
separating different difte nt grades of coaL coaLPRESENTS coalPRESENTS coal1RESENTS
PRESENTS OWN CONDEMNATION CONDEMNATIONCounty GONDElIIN CONDEMNATION CONDEMNATIONCount TION TIONCount
County Count Attorney Bearer of Petition 11et1lonhldnJ Ietljlon1tsklng PetitionAskliiK
AskliiK Ills III Removal IlcmornlTopeka ltemo1nlTopeka RemovalTopeka
Topeka Kan May ttThe remarkable remarkablespectacle remarkablespectacle remarkablespectacle
spectacle was presented in the attorney attorneygenerals attorneyglmerats attorneygenerals
generals office om of a county attorney COIn coming COInJng coinIng ¬
ing to that office o bearing a petition signed signedby s signedby ned nedby
by several veral thousand citicens of his county countyasking countyaskln countyasking
asking for his own dismissal front the theoffice theomce theoffice
office of county attorney for failure to toenforce toenrorce toenforce
enforce the prohibitory liquor law Ia The Thecounty Thecount Thecounty
county attorney who appeared in this re remarkable remarkable meinarkable ¬
markable capacity was D H Wool Wooiley ley Ie of ofCrawford orCraord ofCrawford
Crawford County CountyThe CountyThe CountyThe
The petitions charged cha that Woolley had hadfailed hadfailed hadfailed
failed and neglected to enforce the pro prohibitory prohibltory prohibitory ¬
hibitory law but Mr Woolley Woolle will 111 not be beousted beoutted beousted
ousted He assured Attorney Attorrw General GeneralJackson GeneralJackton GeneralJackoa
Jackson that he was ready and willing willingto
to use every energy tne to enforce the law lawand lawnnd lawand
and evidently put up such a strong talk talkthat talkthat talkthat
that he convinced the attorney general generalthat generalthat eneml enemlthat
that he meant business businessKINGS businessKINGS businessKINGS
KINGS YACHT LAUNCHED LAUNCHEDRoyal LAUNOHEDRonl LAUNCHJDRoyal
Royal Venjicl ccl Alexandra Possesses PossessesMany 110lCllCNInn Iosacssestlatt
Many Inn Unique UII lllIC Features FeaturesLondon FntllreLondon FeaturesLondon
London May 3ftThe The Kings KI s new yacht yachtAlexandra yaehtATtxaadra yachtAlezandma
Alexandra built by Inglis of Glasgow Glasgowwas GluKowWas Glasgowwas
was launched today She possesses fea features features features ¬
tures that are unique among royal yachts yachtsand yacbtand yachtsand
and was designed from th the Kings Kin < s per personal personal perSfll ¬
sonal choice from models submitted by byall byall byall
all the leading leadJ shipbuilders shipbuildersShe IblpbulldersShe
She is a small handy vessel eael with tur turbine tllrlne tiurl ¬
bine l ie engines enst and is intended for cruising cruisingalong cruisingaong
along 8 ong the coast She is 300 feet over all allfeet Allfeet all4t
4t feet beam and 20 800 tons displacement displacementHer dlspiacelMt1tlIt diaplacemeuLher
Her lIt > r speed will 111 be seventeen knots an hour hourShe hourSht hourShu
She is rigged as a threemasted th masted schooner schoonerThe 8C schoonerThe r rThe
The Royal apartments are on th th man mamdeck mandeck main maindeck
deck A feature of her construction is istwo Istwo istwo
two coq rooms on the bridgedeck br1d com commanding comm cornmanding ¬
manding m ar > uninterrupted ed view fore and andaft andaft andart
aft
Iope UiihoItlK Can Canon 011 Mackintosh MackintoshLondon Jlncld lIuickiutoshiLondon ttolli ttolliLoncton
London la > lay According to the Cath Catholic Catholic Cathohic ¬
olic Herald the th Archbishop of Glasgow Glasgowwho Glasgowwho Glasgowwho
who is in Home n Ote Drought to the attention attentionof
of the th thVPope < Pop the denunciation of the new mswtheology MWthlolotD newtheology
theology and its apostle apo > Rev R R J JCampbell Tampbell Jrampbeli
Campbell pastor p ltor of the City Temple TempleLondon TempleLondon
London by b Canon Mackintosh in which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the canon referred r fecred to Campbell as a asilly asill asilly
sill silly blasphemer His holiness directed directedthat direetedthat directedthat
that his congratulations should be con conveyed conVeyed ¬
veyed 00 to Canon Mackintosh MackintoshKin MackintoshKing Iaeklnto h hJlnJ
Kin King to Aisit Yl8lhUorse IIorse Show ShowLondon ShowIondon ShuovI
I I London May lay 38 aIt It is announced an that thatKing tlNttKing thatKing
King Edward and Queen Qdef Alexandra will willvisit willvIsit will51t
visit 51t the International aI Horse Hor Show how at atOlympia atOlympia atOlympia
Olympia oa June 11 und that two days dayslater daysIat daysInter
later Iat r the Prince and Princess of Wales WalesVUi WaitSwl1 Vaiesv1I
VUi v1I visit it It
NEW YORK VETERANS PARADE PARADEBattle PARADEDntUc PARADEI PARADEflitI
I
Battle flitI Ships Salute Old WarrIors na naThey n8TJie asThey
They TJie THUS THUSNew InllJIINew PatsNew
New York May 118 30 3OWlth With a gala array arrayof arrayof arrayof
of American and foreign war ships as a apicturesque apicturesque apicturesque
picturesque background and under Idonl Idonlweather Idonlweather Idealweather
weather conditions the civil war mr veterans veteransand veteransrtnd oto18n5nnd
and tholr Imposing escort of Federal and andState andState andState
State troops Spanish war veterans and andmarines andmarines andmarines
marines some 10000 In all marched marchedI marchedto to today today today ¬
I
day to the Soldiers and Sailors Monu Monument Monumnt Mo nu nument ¬
ment amid the plaudits of a multitude of ofsightseers orrs ofsightseers
sightseers sightseersAH sightseersAll > rs rsI
I All the war ships were decorated colfttod with withflags withflags
i flags and made a pretty spectacle sti tch itching tching tchlug ¬
ing along the Hudson from Seventieth Seventiethstreet Seventiethstreet Seventiethstreet
street to Grants tomb Some of the best bestof bp boatof t tof
of the American battle ships and French FrenchAustrian FrenchAustrian FrenchAustrian
Austrian Italian and Brazilian cruisers cruisersmado crutsersmado cruisersmade
mado up this impromptu naval display dls ln lnGen
Gen O O Howard the sole surviving survivingcorps survivingcorps survivingcorps
corps commander of the civil war was wastho wasthe wasthe
the reviewing officer He had as escort escortn
n detachment of the Old Guard A domll domllfrom dotnl1from riotflhlfrom
from the Veteran Corps of tho State of ofNow otow ofNos
Now Nos ow York formql R special spec In 1 guard unrd of ofhonor oChonor ofhonor
honor at the reviewing stand standKILLS standKILLS standKILLS
KILLS SISTER THEN SELF SELFSeventeenyearold SELFScenecnorolll SELFSeventeenycarohi
Seventeenyearold Girl Worn urn Out Outtvlth Outnltll Outwilit
tvlth II Burden u rd en of Invalid InvalidSpringfield In11I1I11Springfield Inztllu1Springfield
Springfield HI May 30Worn 30 Worn out by bythe b bthe bythe
the burden of taking takin her dead mothers mothersplace mothersplace
place In the household and caring for her hersevenyearold hersevenoorold hersevenyearold
sevenyearold invalid sister as well as asherself asherseU asherself
herself her father and brother Cora CoraLoadorbrand CoraLcadorbrand CarsLoadorbrand
Loadorbrand seventeen years old mur murdered murdered murtiered ¬
dered the sister a deafmute cteafmute and then thenkilled thenkilled thenkilled
killed herself herselfSuch henMIrSuch herselfSuch
Such is the ho solution of the mystery of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the double tragedy that for twelve hours hoursfrenzied hoursfrenzletl hoursfrenzied
frenzied the neighbors and friends of Jo Joseph Joseph Josepli ¬
seph Leaderbrand who live lives on a farm farmnine farmDint farmnine
nine miles north of this city cityThe cityTbe cityThe
The solution was found at the inquest inquesttoday InquMttooo inquesttoday
today tooo after hundreds of armed men had badsearched hadrcbed hadsearched
searched rcbed for hours for a man who was wasthought wasthought RS RSthought
thought to have murdered both girls and andthrown andthrown andthrown
thrown their bodies into Sugar Creek CreekDYED CreekDYED CreekDYED
DYED DOG CAUSES LIBEL SUIT SUITDuchess SUITDuchess SUITDuchess
Duchess of Montglyon Defendant in in50OOO in5OOOO
50000 Damage Claim Claimlira Claimlrl Claimtlrs
lira lrl You nn Hctinen Denies She Wns WnsHesiuiitsilile uVnalesptuuiaible nN nNne
Hesiuiitsilile ne IIIII11lhlc for Change of Color Colorof Colorur Colorof
of Hunch Prize Winner WinnerNeV 1IniterNe Inner InnerN
NeV N Ne v York May ItAll AH parties admit admitthat Allmltthat admitthat
that the coat of Chin Chino of ArgenteaH ArgenteaHthe Argentenuthe rgemuthe
the prizewinning dog at the Mineda Minedashow 1UneoIadoW itiIneolashow
show was Wa dyed but as to the Question ttlonwho ussticn ussticnwho
who died the dogs coat there is grave gravedispute gravedltJpute gravedlspets
dispute disputeThe dltJputel1te dlspetsThe
The Duchess Duch of Montglyon llont lyon who owns ownsOhin onaOhin ownsChin
Ohin Chino to sued suet by Mrs A O Van VanHeussa YanHeusD VanIIeusn
Heussa of the Ladles Kennel Club for forI500W tortIiGOOIJ forZOl
I500W for alleged libel libel she having havn been beenaccused btlenaceu beenaccused
accused ed of having dyed the dog dogMra dogMrai dogMrs
Mrs Van Heusens He lIeueen ns suit is the outcome outcomeof
of a protest lodged by her at t the Boston Bostondog Detondos Bostondog
dog show Mrs Van Heusn in her pro protest protest protest ¬
test claimed that Chin Chino of Argen Argenteauhad Argenteau Argontenu
teauhad teau had been dyed and after the dog doghad doghad doghad
had been examined by a veterinarian the theprotest theprotftlt theprotest
protest wag wa Sustained SustainedThe sustainedThe ustaIndThe
The result was that the managers of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Boston Bo ton show canceled the dogs wins winswithout winswithout ilUJ ilUJwithout
without reporting the mxtter ho the theAmerican theomtrlcan theAmerican
American Kennel Club ClubThe ClubTM ClubThe
The Duchess Duehe de 4 Montgtyoa Mont < YOR then ap appealed ap appealed appealed ¬
pealed to the American Kennel Club and andthat andthat andthat
that body has yet to act on the matter matterIn MaUerIn matterIn
In the meantime meanU 1 a letter appeared in ina Ina ina
a sporting paper signed by the duchess duchessinsinuating due dueIDlinuaUng duchessissinuating
insinuating that the protestant of the theshow theabow theshow
show had waited waflted until the duchess and andher andher andher
her kerniel manager r aftager w w were re e both absent absentfrom abtenlfrom absentfrom
from the show sho and had malicIously maHcteu l dyed dyedth dedtM 1751the
th tM dog dogHence d dHonc dogIloitce
Hence Mrs Irs Van r5 Heusens HeU8Q action and andalso andalllO andalso
also her formal protest t lodged with the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American Kennel Club that the Duchess Duchessde Duchessdo s sde
de Montglyon had shown a dyed dog dogin dogin
in Chin Chino of Argenteau Ar tnteau at Boston BostonChin DotonChin BostonChin
Chin Chino was awarded award blue ribbons ribbonsat
at Mlneola in the th only two classes tl in Inwhich Inwhich
which he was shawn shawnFLOOR IIhwnFLOOR shwnFLOOR
FLOOR FALLS NINETEEN HURTEight hURTEight
Eight Priests Among Those Injured Injuredin
in Wilkesbarre Wilkes barre Accident Accidentiuimrirj AccidentTellllnrnr AccidentTeuuipornry
Tellllnrnr iuimrirj Floor at Cornerstone CorneratoneIn CorncrMtonelntllJ CornerstoneizuyIuug
lntllJ In 3 I n K Given ies Way n When hen the theCrowd theCrowll theCrosvul
Crowd Gcttt etM TOil Great GrcntWilkestMirre GreatWilkealsirre rtn t tWlikeMMtrl
WilkestMirre Pa May Ia Xlnete XIMteeii XIMteeiipoople Nhteteeuipeople t tpeople
people Including eight priests ware in injured 1ftJured Isjured ¬
jured by b the collapse e of a temporary temporaryfloor t temporarylkor 17 17floor
floor daring durtn the cornerstone laying at atUw atthe atthe
the new Greek Catholic church In this thiscity thtscity thiscity
city today todayThe todl todlThe totidyThe
The service had just started and the tnespectators thes thespectators
spectators s tato who numbered over overpremed 5000 5000pressed 5rJlpre
pressed aed forward forcing many upon the thetemporary thetempolftr thetemporary
temporary platform erected over o tm tmbasement 11ft 11fthuement thhbasement >
basement of the church for th the purpose of ofholding Iholding ofholding
holding the ceremonies This gave way wayunder wayunMr wayunder
under the additional weight antI all of it itwent Itwent itwent
went down with 1th a crash crashThe crashThe crashThe
The priests and the people pe ple near them themwho them themwho themwho
who were in the center c ter suffered II ffered the themost themoo themost
most being crushed beneath the large largenumber lar larnumber largenumber
number of people thrown upon them th t and amicaught andcaught andcaught
caught under the broken boards of the theflooring thefloorlDg theflooring
flooring Hardly any an of the priests pres present present pieseat ¬
ent escaped injury injuryThe InjuryThe InjuryThe
The excitement was u intense Inten e The priests priestswere priestswere priestswere
were taken into the parsonage near by byand byand byand
and the worst injured spectators to the thehospital thehoapltal thehospital
hospital All will recover recoverTh recoverThe recoverTbs
Th The Injured are ar Bishop M r J Hoban of ofScran ofScranton ofScranton
Scranton Scran ton Rev Michael C C Zospy Z08P Rev RevGabriel RevGabriel RevGabriel
Gabriel Czospy Rev Re Alexander Kossess KossessRev KMSE5IIRe ICossessRet
Rev Re M J Jackovlch Rev Kamlnaky KamlnakyLouis Kamln KsmlnskyLouis ky kyLouis
Louis Fenyes and Rev John Loughran LoughranCHINESE LoughranOHllTESE LoughiranCHINESE
CHINESE FAMINE BROKEN BROKENNess
Ness ew e Crop IlittenliiK ami nut Good Yield YieldPromised YieldlroinlselUse lcI1 lcI1lromllccJlre
Promised lromllccJlre Use of American Gift GiftShanghai Gifts GJltJIIShangh GiftsShanghai
Shanghai Shangh I May 11a 30 30The The famine which whichhas whichhas whichhas
has prevailed for many weeks causing causinghundreds causinghundreds causinghundreds
hundreds of deaths and great suffering sufferinghas sunerlnghas sufferinghas
has been broken The crops rops are still un thin thinbut thinbut thinbut
but the hot weather e ther of the last month bas liasbrn basbPtn huesbeen
been favorable fa orable to a good yield yieldAmerican yieldAmerican yieldAmerican
American gifts hare supplied milk milkregularly mik mikretlarly mIlkregularly
regularly retlarly to 1086 IOj infants Infant at the Use HeuCheoFu H UseCheoFu u uChFu
ChFu CheoFu temple temp1 while whie 369 > OO more have been beennourished bn bnnrishe beennourished
nourished occasionally The Th children
nrishe ocasionly chldron are areleft areleft
left with their parents prent or relations relUons as a the theChinese theChnee theChinese
Chinese Chnee dread foreign for g orphanages orange What Whatis Wht WhtI Whatis
is I left lef of the gifts gifs will wi be b turned ture over to tothe toth tothe
the th Red Re Cross Society Soltt to relieve lee lath Individual Inl Inl1du lathvklual ¬
vidual 1du l cases ca ts of need ne and and to grapple grpple wim wimtne 1 1tb
tne tb flue next crisis tri ls
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strengthens both bth nerves nelfS and muscles musces and andvitalizes anl anl1tnlzos andvitalizes
vitalizes 1tnlzos the whole system systemPer systemPer tem temPer
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HELD FOR ABDUCTION ABDUCTIONPoliceman ABDUCTIONPolceman ABDUCTI ABDUCTIPolicemaii
Policeman Polceman Hess Hes Accused in inCourt inCoultb inCourtby
Court Coultb Courtby by Grady Girl GirlFATHER Gir1 Gir1F GirlFATHER
FATHER F ATHR ATTAOS PRISONER PRISONERVurcnt PRISONR PRISONRl1rr PRISONERIrrrnt
Vurcnt l1rr nt of Victim YlctJ lctlnt Creates Scene in inJlnsintrntcH inln InMagistrates
Magistrates ln IItrnteH Olllce OmCln OfliceMakes Make kCH Deipcr Deipcrnte IeIer IeIerntc Iesperate
ate Effort Efort to Avcnirc AcuJc Daughter nnuKhterNrlllJAccl1ell iaughtertVrouigAccuiscul i iWroiiR
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4000 OOU Hall nnllnN hailHas linn to Hun Iul Gantlet GantletNew Gnntc GantletNew I INew
New York May 1a Theodore Thodore D Hess Hesstho lN lNtho hosethe
tho policeman plcen who wl abducted Rbucted fourteen fourteenyearold fourten fourtenrold fourteenyistroid
yearold rold Elizabeth Elzbdl Ehizabetu Grady Gd and a who wl was wascaught wascaught
caught cught with wih tho girl In Baltimore yester yesterday yeter yeterdR yesterelay ¬
day dR was arraigned Araigne this morning In the theHarlem theHarlem theHarlem
Harlem Police Polco Court Cort and held on two twocharges twochargt twocharges
charges chargt one of kidnapping kinapg and the other otherof otr otrof otherof
of attacking attckIng a girl under age ageOn ag agoOn
On the first 1Mt charge chre Hess He was heW hc In Inbl InIdO
2560 IdO ball bl and on the second snd charge chrge th thtunUlt the theamount s samount
amount tunUlt was wa placed pce at 1690 1690Hess lOOhess i
Hess 1N was tag R arraigned arralr on an affidavit afdavit mad madby I made madeby w wby
by Frank Irnk G Bnrkley Drkler an 1 agent of the theGerry theGerr theGerry
Gerry Gerr Society Solet which hid was eorrolwrated eorrolwratedby crrborted crrbortedby
by the Grady Grad girl girl While hlo the affidavit affidavitwas Amda1tW affidavitwas
was W being beng presented prente the girl stood stod on the thebridge thebrp thebridge
bridge brp a short sht distance IItane away Iway from Hess Hessbut le liensbut
but sue sh she never looked lked at him She acted actedas actedas
as 8 though tugh she sh was In a stupor atuvr and andseemed andm andseemed
seemed m very weak weakAndrew wek wekndrev weakAndrew
Andrew ndrev Grady Gry father fatr of Elizabeth ElizabethGrady Elzbth ElzbthGrd EllzbethGrady
Grd Grady made a I frenzied frez attempt atD to as assault a8Ildt a asault ¬
sault Ildt Hess He when whe he h was al arraigned arrignd before beforeMagistrate bfwe bfweastrae beforeMagistrate
Magistrate astrae Breen Brn A As soon sn as Hess HM lieu had hadbeen hd hdn hadbeen
been n taken tken from a cell cl in the th Harlem Harlomprison larlo larloprn Harlemprison
prison prn and a brought bught up to the desk d of the thecomplaint theMmplalnt thecomplaint
complaint clerk eltk Grady took tk a position pton as asek a acl asclose
ek cl close + se as a possible pb1 tc tl the t prisoner rDr and ani with withpale wih wihple withpsi
pale ple psi face fae and An glaring abuln eyes watched every everymove evtry evtrymve everymove
move mve of the man whom hom he charges ch rfe with withwrecking wlh wlhwrelng withwrecking
wrecking wrelng the life of his hl daughter daughterFallitr dghter dghterFn datighterFafluer
Fallitr Fn t hr Attacks tncl JII Prisoner PrisonerThe lrblltr lrblltrThe PrisonerThe
The father kept moving mvfg closer clr and andcloser Andcoser andcloser
coser closer to Hess He and an as a soon sn as the com commitment c cmiment cornmitment ¬
mitment miment papers lJn were re handed baRe to Lieut LieutBecker L LisutReeker ut utIker
Becker Iker who stood IIto close cl to his hi nun mn all allthe al allthe
the time tme Grady with wih blazing blazng eyes and anduplifted ad adupite anduplifted
uplifted upite fist tt made a rush ruh at the prisoner prisonerInstantly pclner pclnerIntnty prisonerInstantly
Instantly Intnty there was the th wildest 11i excite excitement exdtemt excitemeat ¬
meat mt in the courtroom crtrm and all the tbe spec spectators lp spectators ¬
tors tators jumped oump to their tber feet fe while Magis Magistrate Mai Magistmate ¬
trate Threes Br rapped rpped loudly luly for order orderAs ordr ordrGnul orderAs
As Grady Gnul raised r his h arm to strike Court CourtOfficer Cort CortOmr CourtOfficer
Officer Nachbar who was close at hand handseised hndselsed
Omr Nacbbr h wa c1 n nMl
seised Ml him and an prevented pevfnted the th blow blw land landIng l handlug
lug Ig although atgh the old mans mn fist t grazed grazedthe grazedthe rz
the forehead foreh of the th prisoner pa Other po policemen p poUcemeit ¬
licemen lleem also ai took to hoW ho of f Gntfy Gr and an tried triedto tri triedto
to quiet quit him The T old man m was W In a state stateof ste steor stateof
of the th greatest 8 tet excitement ucleent and a he h strug struggled srg srgr1 struggist ¬
gist r1 to get 8 t free freeAs freeAs r
As Hess Hf In custody cWtoy of Lieut lut Becker Beckerwho Beckerwho er erbo
who bo made md the arrest ar emerged Mer from the theBleecker theBisecker
Bleecker Blkr street strt station ttt of the subway and andstarted andstarted
started atrt1 for fo the th familiar faiir building bulding to which whichhe whichbe blh blhbe
he be had ha often on gone le as a respected rte member memberof
of the department IlrtJt he h was a compelled epUe to torun torn torun
run rn the gantlet ptt of several vel groans r of de detectives d tietectives ¬
tectives tfUVf and a policemen pnUcmn who w were wt standing standingon
on 0 the t street mreetXo Irt Irtn
Xo n Sympathy SmIUth for He HeLook n nLk hose hoseLOOk
Look Lk whos whsJ wboshere hre paid s one OB Instantly Instantlyall IlaU IlaUall Instantlyall
all eyes eye were we focused Cou on Hess H who whotared whostared
stared star at the t ground lun as he h walked walkt along alongBecker a aIker alongBecker
Becker Iker holding hollp him with wth a tight bt clutch clutchThe clutchTe clutchThe
The Te oth obr other policemen p e gased p at him with withthe withtbe withthe
the utmost ult scorn Jrn and a they thy expressed expressedtheir expressedtheir
their thc pinion p of him h in forceful oCul language languageU I lasgiaeLIeuL
U lL LIeuL it Billy BUr Sheridan S who wb was w in incharge I Ichrg incharge
charge chrg came cm out otn sail nd took t on o one withering witheringlook wttJ witheringhook
look l at Hess le and a then ten said Lieut LieutDecker Lt UeuLBecker
Decker Bfkf take te that ht fellow reU down dWA stairs sirs and andlock andlok andhock
lock lok him up upThats upThts upThats
Thats Thts right echoed eh other otr detectives detectivesIxjck dteUYs dteUYslAk detectivesLock
Lock lAk him hm up by b all al means meansWhereupon m meansWhereupon
Whereupon Whepn Hess le was w conducted ette to the thebasement thehiasoinent
basement 1Jtnt and pushed pU into int a cell I with withscant wit withscant
scant ut ceremony ceremonyINSANE c ceremonyINSANB ny nyI
I INSANE GIRL IS AT LARGE LARGEMatricide LARGEMatrcide LARGEMatricide
Matricide Matrcide Sails Sais for England Fugi Fugitive Fug Fugitive ¬
tive from an Asylum AsylumIlerthn Aylum Aylumlerthn Asylumllortlin
Ilerthn lerthn Hoolntcln Itelteln Flees Flell from Pursu Pursuers InrncrlIencl Parsuers1ensea ¬
ers crlIencl ers1ensea Leaven Statement Stntemclt a nN to How HowShe lnn lnnShe howSite
She Got Git Awny Awn from rittnlmrpr rittnlmrprPlttsburx Ilthur IlthurPlttu lhitalmrgPlttsburg
Plttsburx Plttu May ay Brtha Jth Beilsteln lten the thebauitlfal thebuUful thebeautiful
beautiful buUful Allegheny AI ny girt Ir who escaped esp from fromUw rota rotathe
Uw L Dfaroent Dmnt Asylum Arlum for the t Insane In last lastSeptember ls lastSeptember
Spmbr September after havn haYg havng been bR confined confinedthere Coe conlinedthere
there the sewn Y years yer for slaying jyg her hr mother motherduring motherduring
dur during a fit ft of temporary lprry insanity IDI to now nowon DW DWon nowon
She he sailed the theBremen th thB theBremen
on her way to England Ensind 3h li on
Bremen BremenBefore B BremenBefore m n nfo
Before fo leaving evll Miss Mi Beilst Dlen hlellatein in gave 8T out outa ot ota outa
a lona lon long statement statmt in which blh she sh tells tel of ofthe ofthe I Ithe
the scheme hel planned plnnd and carried carred out by byprominent byprominent j jpinnt
prominent pinnt persons prn here to effect effet her hr re release tolease ¬
I lease from fr the th asylum asylumThe asylumThe ylum ylumT
The T statement of o the matricide mtl appears appearsin
in local It In New NewYork NewYork
a lol paper Ipr I was prepared prePre I IYork
York and an delivered delver signed sn to a repre representative representatlve ¬
sentative Intatve of the th paper ppr as the th German Germansteamer G Germansteamer rmn rmnshamr
steamer shamr was moving moYng out from the Hobo Hoboken Ho Hoboken
ken pier pierMiss pierI pierJIss
Miss JIss I Bernstein Brnstein sets RU forth that tht since her herescape herHp herescape
from Dixmont shef shehas has been ilvlng ilvlngunler
escape Hp rom Dlxmt she hs bn living livingunder livingunder
under unler Ute Ut name nme of Ada Ad Barker Drker in Pulls Philadelphia Pbll Pullsdeiphla ¬
delphia and an vicinity vicinityShe viinit vicinityShe
She Sh makes make no reference referene to the tragedy tragedyof trge1 trge1oC
of nine years yers ago ag when whn early erl one Sun Sunday Sunday Sunday ¬
day morning mrlro she went into her mothers mothersbedroom mothersrom mothersbedroom
bedroom rom and while whlo the old woma woman lay laysleeping la1elepn laysleeping
sleeping elepn sent ut three bullets bulet into her body bodycausing boy boycwJn bodycausing
causing cwJn instant Instnt death deth The girl turned turnedthe turi turnedthe
the weapon wepn upon upn herself henr and an Inflicted Inflictedwounds InihictedWOUndS
wounds which hlch for a J time tm threatened threned to toresult t toresult
result fatally fatAly She recovered revere however howeverand hOe howeverand r rand
and was WA tried tr for murder murderExplaining muner munerExplalnln murderExplaining
Explaining her escape e she says IY Theplan Theplan The Theplan
plan to make possible plble my escape ep was wasformulated wa wasformulated
formulated fonulat1 at a prominent promln < nt Pittaburg Plttbur club clubThere cub cubThere clubThere
There at a little Jtth supper 8Upr party prty the whole wholematter wholematter wholematter
matter was wa discussed disus and an It i was agreed agreedthat agl1that agreedthat
that Assistance f8stnce should thould be b given given It I was wasdecided wasdecided
decided del that I wag WIS not nt to be told of what whatwas whatwas whatWag
was in store stor for me and tnd for six months monthsafter monthsafer monthsafter
after afer the plan pn had been hn set t In motion moton I Iknew Iknfw Iknew
knew knfw nothing about abt It ItTh itThe t
The Th matricide m rlcke then tells telg of how for formonths rormonths formonths
months the plans plan were worked worke out out Noted Xotegand Notedand
and an maps mp of the roads rds surrounding the tneDixmont theDixmont
Dixmont Dlxmnt asylum aylum were Wre smuggled ImuISle to her in ininnocentlooking InInuoentloklns InInnocenthookIng
innocentlooking Inuoentloklns loaves love of brown brwn bread breadShe bred breadShe I
She managed IDge to convey cnvt a wax aX Impression Impressionof Imprein Impreinof
of a door dr keyhole keyhle with wlb the aid Id of some somebody Im somebody ¬ i
body b inside Inlide the asylum and an a I key Ier was WHSmade WK WKmde wasmade
made mde This Thi was smuggled Imugl Into the asy asylum ay aylum asylum ¬
lum inside a R pair Ilr of new corsets clets and thu thurest th thrtSt he herest
rest was easy easyTalented eas easTolentell easyTalented
Talented WntnnM olnl Dead DeadPlttsburir DCIII DCIIIPltunr DemiPlttshurg
Plttsburir Pltunr Pa P May Iay JlIs ZMIsg Miss Adeline AdelineSmith Adeln AdelnSmih AdelineSmith
Smith Smih fortyfive fortth years yers old prominent prinnt as asan a6an asan
an artist artst composer cmpr and philanthropist philanthropistdied phllnthnpt phllnthnptdied
died suddenly today Nervous NNvOU prostra prostration protr pro tr trtion ¬
tion resulting reulng from fro overwork in the writ writIng wrt wrtIng writing
Ing of the libretto lbreto for ag opera opr known as asHagar asHar a aHagar
Hagar Har and for Or which Walter Valer Dam Damroscb Damroscb Darnreach
roscb a I close clO friend frend of l the Smith family familywas fainll fainllwag aml
wag to have written wten the music mus is believed believedto bleved blevedto
i to have caused eW her death deathRev deathRev leth lethi lethnC1
Rev I II Wharton hnrton Drops Demi DemiSpecial Denll8pl Deatito
Special 8pl to The Washington WI Herald HeraldRichmond Heh HeraldRichmond
Richmond Rchmon Va May a 30 30While While Whie buying buyinga buyng buynga
a ticket tcket to tabs t11 city cty at WUHantsburg Wilmsburg this thlemorning thismorning thismornIng
morning Rev Re L L L R B B Wharton Whron professor professorof proCesor proCesoror
of mathematics mathematQ in William Wiiam and Mary Inry Col College College College ¬
lege expired in the station
statol
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1 tho administration ndmlnlstrUon under these Had the thepreexisting thepreexistng theproexisting
preexisting preexistng huts 1ws has boon boo just and andproper andprover andproper
proper properlooil properloot
loot for Stockholder In the lie End EndEvery Bne ilittiEvery
Every suit undertaken undertkln during that thatperiod 1It 1Itprod thatperiod
period prod has been a suit not merely mlreJ war warranted WA WArnte warranted ¬
ranted rnte but required rlulrt by the facts a A suit suitIn suitin suitin
In tho Interest of the lie people as a I whole wholeand wholennd wholeand
nnd and in the tI0 long 10lg run particularly Irtcularlyln In the theinterest tlteInterest theInterest
interest of stockholder stockhoh1er as well at 1 in tho thoInterest th thInterest thoInterest
Interest qf f business Uuslnel mon of property proprt gen generally geneltll genemily ¬
emily eltll Thorp Thtr Thuero can be no swerving 8wer1n from fromtiro fromIlto rom romI i
I tiro codrso eo rse that that has his thus been hee mapped mappedout mpp mappedMit
out in the legislation legislaton actually H tUIUy enacted enactedand ecto euctedanti I
and in the messages me9tges in which I huv huvasked 11 11uskell have haveasked
asked for further legislation legislationWe lgslaton lgslatonWo
We 0 best serve tho Interests Intcret of o the thehonest thehonest thehonest
honest railway way men when we re e announce announcethat announe announetht announcethat
that tht we will wl follow folow out precisely llresely this thiscourse thl thlour8 thiscourse
course our8 It I Is the t coura cur of real Jl of ulti ultimate ult ultimate ¬
mate mte conservatism co Is erum There will 11 be no halt haltin hl haltIn
in the th forward fOtrd movement toward a full fulldevelopment ful fulldevelopment
dfvtl development pmcnt of this policy plc and those thse who whowteh wboI whowish
wish wlh us 15 to take a step backward bCckward or to toaland tot tostand
I stand t still sUI if I their tllr wishes wishe were real realized rel relIIZe realIzed ¬
ized would wold find tnat U1Rt they the had Invited Invlel an anoutbreak anoutbrk anoutbreak
IIZe outbreak of tho very er radicalism rdiclsm they tile fear fearWould rer rerI fear1ouhul
Would oulll Control Capitalization CapitalizationThere Cnlllnlhoton CnlllnlhotonThere CnpltnhizntlonThere
I There must be vested Hted in the Federal Federalgovernment Feer Federalgovernment
government a 1 a full ful power pr of supervision supervisionand suprvIsIon supervisIonand
and control contrl over the railways riways doing Inter Interstate InterIltnte interstate ¬
Iltnte state business luslDss a I power Jower in many m respects respectsanalogous rept reptI respectsanalogous
I anlogoU analogous to and us II complete as that the thogovernment theI thegovernment
I government govrment exercises exercse over th th the national nationalbanks natonal natonali nationalbanks
i banks bnks It I matt mut possess po the power pwer to toexercise t toexercise
i exercise eercse supervision over ofr UM future Is Isauanc 1 Issuanee
I SUAW suanee auanc of stocks gtoks and bonds bndl either eitherthrough ether etheri eitherthrough
i through a a national ntionl incorporation Inr rto which whichI whlh whlhI
I should shul prefer prefe or In some 11M similr similar ash fashion rasl ashIon ¬
ion such supervision superision to Include Incude the frank frankpublicity frnk frnkpubiciY frankpublIcIty
publicity pubiciY pf everything overy thing which whlh wouldbe wouldbeInvestors woldbe woldbeInsto1 wouldbeinvestors
Investors Insto1 and an the public pubi at large lrge have hnv a aright t aright
riJbt right to know kw The Federal Flel government governmentwill Aovnm governmpttwill t twi
will thus be able to prevent all
wi 11m pnnl overcap overcapitalization overcap overcapitailsation ¬
italization Itizton in the future fUhl to prevent prfwnt any anyman Iny Inymn anyman
man mn hereafter herCer from pi phnen piwderhig jndering others othe by byloading bylodfn byloading
lodfn loading railway riway properties pro rtie with obliga obligations oblga oblgaUOI obhigatlons ¬
tions UOI and pocketing pketng the tb money my instead hted of ofspending oCepnlng ofspending
spending epnlng It in improvement hnpvmet and a in legiti legitimate legitimate 8U 8Umte ¬
mate mte corporate corrate purposes plrp and an any man manacting ma manacting
acting In such suh fashion should shuld b b be held be to toa t toa
a criminal erimlllaccqntablty erimlllaccqntabltyInlrlldlll accountability accountabilityHallrnnilH accotpitabllltyRnilroade
HallrnnilH Inlrlldlll Should Sblohl Not > ot lt Speculate SpeculateIt SitecuinteI
It I should 8ould be b declared d lar contrary cotrry to pub public publc publie ¬
lie lc policy plc henceforth heMe foth to allow Ail railroads rlrds to todevote todeote todevote
devote their capital epUal to anything 8tng but Bt the thetransportation thetrnprtti thetransportation
transportation trnprtti business bne certainly certainlJ not nt to tothe tote mthe
te the hazards hzards of speculation spult For 101 the very veryreason vfry vfryrellOn veryreason
reason rellOn that tht we desire dr to favor the honest honestralfroad be8t be8trlrrOd honestraifroad
ralfroad rlrrOd manager mager we e sbouhl shl seek to die discourago m mcou diecourage
courage cou the th he activities atvlUe of o the th man n who whoonly whose whoseonly
only oly concern concn with 1th railroads rard Is to manipu manipulate DDp DDpltt matdphate ¬
late ltt their thir stocks stok The Te business b of rail railroad rl railroad ¬
road rod organization organlton and management mnagJnt should shouldbe shouldb shouldbe
b be kept kep entirely OUrely distinct IItnt from rr investment investmentor Invetmft Invetmftor
or brokerage bkerage business b nt especially epll of the thespeculative thepultl theipeculatlvu
speculative pultl type typ and the th credit cdllt and prop property property ¬
ety erty of the corporation crpto should sold be 1 devoted devotedto
to the extension extenn antI aII betterment btermnt of Its Itsrailroads 11 itsrailroads
railroads rlrds and nl to the th development IJ4oent of o the thecountry thecuntr thecountry
country cuntr naturally uatlrnr tributary tributar to t the lines linesHale 1 lineslittle
Hale Inte Hcuiilntlon leJulntlon ll Itre here re io it f Stay StayThe Stt SttTh StutyThe
The Th movement mve nt to regulate railways by bylaw bylaw bylaw
law has com come to stay star The people of this thiscountry thiscountry thiscountry
country have made up thetr minds mindsand mindsandwisely andwlllely and andwisely
wisely made up their minds mindato to exercise a acloser aclcNler acloser
closer control over all kinds of public ouMtcservice publlc1lerV1ee publicservice
service corporations including railways railwaysEvery raUwanEvetT matlwaysEvery
Every honestly ho managed railway rath will gain gainand gainand gainand
and not lose by the policy pollc The Theanxious men more JDOIeaaIou moreaaslous
anxious to manipulate stocks than to tomake tomake tomake
make the management of their roads sift efficient eftlclent siftcleat ¬
cleat and honest t are ar the only ones ODellhave who whohave whohave
have cause to oppose It ItWe ItWe ItWe
We Vho Whobellete beltere in steady Itetld and healthy healthyprogress health healthprog healthyprogress
progress prog stand unalterably unaltrtbl for fo the new newera newera newera
era of the widest t publicity and of fair fshrdealing fairdeal fairdealing
dealing deal on the pan of mitre railroads with withstockholders withstMkbelMc withstoekhiklecspsasengsn
stoekhiklecspsasengsn stockholders passengers and shippers shippersAuk mJppenlIkll ahlppersAsks
Auk Asks lIkll So o Mnnft nnH Consent CotiNnittWe ConNentWe ConsentWe
We auk the consent of no man in car carrying carrying carrying ¬
rying out this policy but we gladly Jbull wet welcome weteon el eltM ¬
come eon the aid of every man In perfecting perfectingthe perfeoeUngthe perfectingthe
the law 1 w in its details and In securing Its Itsenactment Itaenaetmeat itsenactment
enactment and the faithful observance of ofits ofIts ofits
its wise w 1se provisions provisionsAs
As a matter of course we e shall punish punishany punishany punishany
any criminal whom we can convict under underthe urthe underthe
the law but we t have no Intention of con confounding C08founding confounding ¬
founding the Innocent many man and the theguilty theI theguilty
pUt guilty l few ev by any Illjudged and sweep sweeping 8 8In sweeplag ¬
I lag In scheme of vengeance Our aim Is Isprimarily Isprimarily Isprimarily
primarily to prevent theM abuses ab In the thefuture thefuture thefuture
future Wherever Wbere evil doers doer can be be they theyshall theyahall theyshall
shall be brought to justice and no crimi criminal criminal criednat ¬
nat nal high or low whom we can reach haUl fcrillreceive iltillrecetn haUlreceive
receive immunity immunityTo
To r Spare Innocent Innocent Investors InvestorsHut Ine luivcstoraBut torPl torPlBut
But the rights of innocent Investors Investorsshould In1Mtorsshould investorsshould
should not be jeoparded by legislation 1et latJon or orexecutive orfxecutlve orexecutIve
executive action we sanction no legisla legislation 1ed81atloo heglalaLion ¬
Lion which would fall heavily on them themInstead themInstead themInstead
Instead of f on the original wrongdoers doerl or orbeneliciaries orbe orbenellciales
beneliciaries be eJlela of the wrong wrongWe WIOllWe wrongWe <
We wish wl h to make It to the interest of ofthe oCI ofthe
I the investor to put his money into the thehonest thehoneat thehonest
honest development of the railroads and andtherefore andtherefore andtherefore
therefore we wish to discriminate against againstthe againstI agaInstthe
I the man who while enriching himself himselflays hlmselllays himselflays
lays upon the future owners and patrons patronsj petro petrooC
j of the road and above all upon the honest honestmen honMtrMn honestmen
men whose duty it may become to operate operatethe operatethe operatethe
the road a burden of additional debt debtwithout dbtadding debtwithout
without adding correspondingly to its ac actual actual acnat ¬
tual worth worOsI worthiIul j jWild
I Wild nil Tnlk About tluuuuitThere lIlIlIt Capitalization CapitalizationThere CnlltlllhntionThere
There has been much wild ild talk as to tothe tothe tothe
the extent of the overcapitalization or orour ofour
our railroads The census cen reports on the thecommercial thecommerclalvalue thecommercial
commercial commerclalvalue value of the railroads of the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country together with lth the reports made madeto madeto
to the Interstate Commerce Commission Commissionby i
I Ihy
by the rairoads on their cost of construe construction con construetion truc ¬ I Itlon
tion tend to show how that as a a whole the therailroad th thrallroul therailroad
railroad property of the country ountr Is worth worthas worthas worthas
as much as the th securities representing representingit repr nUns nUnsIt
it and that In the consensus of opinion opinionof
of Investors the total value of stock k and andbonds andbonds andbonds
bonds Is greater than their total face facevalue fa facevalue e ealue
value alue notwithstanding the water that thathas tMthas thatha
has ha been n injected in particular places placesThe placetThe placesTue
The hugh value of terminals the Im Immense 1mmense mmmense ¬
mense expenditures in recent years ears in indouble Indouble Indouble
double tracking improving grades road roadbeds rOll menubeds ¬ I
beds and structures have UW8 brought the thetotal thetotal thetotal
total investments to a point where the theopinion theopinion theopinion
opinion that the real value Is greater greaterthan greaterthan greaterthan
than the fnco value is probably true truePlijNlenl trueIh1IIcnl truePhysical
Physical Valuation of Honcls nondAmple ItoadaAmple HonclsAmple
Ample provision should be made by hyCongress byCongltN byCongress
Congress to enable the Interstate Com Commerce Commerce Cornmerce ¬
merce Commission by the employment of ofa ora ofa
a sufficient force of experts to under undertake under18k6 undertake ¬
take the physical valuation of each and andany andanY andany
any road In the country At the outset outsetlet outsetJtot outsetlet
let it be understood that physical valua valuation valuation valuetion ¬
tion Is no panacea it is no sufficient sufficientmeasurement sufficientmeasurement sufficientniessurement
measurement of a a rate ra but It will b bultimately be beultlmatel beultimately
ultimately ultlmatel needed as an essential Instru Instrument Instrnment Instmumeat ¬
ment in administrative supervision su rlslon It Itwill ItwIll
will 111 be of use to the commission In con connection connecUon connedilon ¬
nection with the duty of determining determiningthe dttermlnlnthe
the reasonableness of future capitaliza capitalization capitalization capitalizetion ¬
tion
Supervision Xot Retroactive RetroactiveThe RftroncthcThe RetroactiveThe
The effect of such valuation and super supervision sUpr1810n supervision ¬
vision of securities cannot be retroactive retroactiveExisting retrooctlveExisting retroactiveExIsting
Existing securities should be tested by bythe b bthe bythe
the laws in existence ed tence at the time of their theirIssue theiriaue theirIssue
Issue This nation would no more injure injuresecurities Injuresecurities Injuresecurities
securities which have become an Im Important Important important ¬
portant part of the national wealth than thanIt thanIt thanIt
It would consider a proposition to re repudiate repUdiate mepudlate ¬
pudiate the public debt But the public publicInterest pu publicinterest li liInterest
Interest requires guaranty against im improper ImprolKr Improper ¬
proper multiplication of securities urltl in the thefuture thefuturt thefuture
future Reasonable regulations for their theirissuance theirINuanee theirIssuance
issuance should sijiuld be provided so as to tosecure tosecure tosecure
secure as far Ar an may ma be that th pro proceeds proceeds procoeds ¬
ceeds thereof shall be devoted to legitl legitlmate 11t1mate iaglUmate
mate business purposes es In providing providingagainst proIdIDga providingagainst
against a I Bt overcapitalisation we shall harm harmno harmDO harmno
no human being who is honest and We wushall Weshall weshall
shall benefit many for overcapitalization overcapitalizationoften 0ercapUaIl7atlonorten overcapitahlzatlonoften
often means an inflation that invites bud business bUFIness budfloss ¬
ness panic it always conceals the tru trurelation trurelatlor true truerelatlor
relatlor of the profit earned to the capi capital CRpltal capttel ¬
tal Invested creating ereatln a burden of Interest Interestpayments IntlretDIlrments Intere ° t tDaments
payments which may ma redound to the loss
alike of the wageearner w oearner andtho general generalpublic generalpublic generalpublic
public which Is concerned con erned In the rates ratespaid ratespaid ratespaid
paid In by b shippers It damages the small smallInvestor smallInvestor smallInvestor
Investor discourages dl ouragQS thrift and puts a apremium Itpremium apremium
premium on gambling g mbllng and business businesstrlokery bueln8f13tricker busInesstrIckery
trIckery trlokeryNo tricker trickerNo trIckeryNo
No State of course can do for the thorailways therallwos therailways
railways what the tl1 national government governmenthas
has already alrend done for the banks and that thatgovernment th3tgoernment thatgovernment
government should do something analo analogous annloOU8 nnnLogous ¬
gous OU8 for the ruflways ruIWa1s National bank bankstocks benk5tocks hankstocks
stocks are bought and ondlmld sold largely on the thecertificate thecertlficatt thecertIficate
certificate of character which the govern government government government ¬
ment as a result of Its examinations and andsupervision amtlIulervitnon andsupervision
supervision gives IV08 tO to1 them JHie Invest Investing ImCJlti Iitvesttog ¬
ing public was reedy to bacM with un unlimited unIImll4t1 Unllinittl ¬
limited confidence the institutions on onwhich onI onwhich
which hleh the Federal govornmentlMul gocrnment bad set setthe setthe setthe
the seal of its ItS confidence and andapproval andapprovalThe approval approvalThe approvalThe
The railways have not been b en given this thiscertificate thistertl thIscertIficate
certificate tertl cnte of character lnder under the seal of ofI ofthe ofthe
the I he national government and therefore thereforemany therl therAforewtny fore foremany
many people who invept freely Croel In the thehars thehaJfs theshares
shares of bonks are reluctant to Buy rail railroad mllroad maliroad ¬
road secuntles secur ties Give them the same sameguaranties sameemun sameguaranties
emun guaranties U8fI as to railroad securities which whksJJwe whleiwe whichwe
we now give them as to national 1 bank bankshares bankshare hankshares
shares and we would presently s see e these theseIieople theseleople
Iieople Investing Imestln in railroads railroadsTII railrOAdsrf railroadsrfi
TII rf to Hfillrond Ito ilronul I JobbllIt JobbllItLet Libby < iMiy I5tA I5tALet tii tiiLet
Let us never forgot that this Is not notmerely notmerely notmerely
merely a matter of business busln QI hut also n a amatter JImatter amatter
matter of morals The success of our ourwhole ourwhole ourwhole
whole system of government depends dependsupon dependsupon tjptndlupon
upon our discriminating between betwe betwen J1 men not notwith notwith notwith
with reference to whether they theyare are rich or orpoor orpoor orpoor
poor whether they follow one occupation occupationor oreup occtumtionor tlon tlonor
or another but with reference solely to towhether towhether towhether
whether they act as S honest and upright uprightcitizens uprightcltlzenA uprightcitizens
citizens should act Let the local attor attorneys attorner attornell ¬
nell ner of the big roads keep out of politics politicsand politicsand politicsand
and when they th y leave to appear before the thenational theMtlonal thenational
national or any State legislature l let lettheir letUtetr lettheir
their names be put on a special register registerand rl1Jst rginter rginterantI r rand
and let their business be aboveboard and andopen andopen antiopen
openl open
Hunt l unt Doun Corruption CorruptionWhat CurrultllllJWhat CorruptionWhat
What w we have to demand in ourselves ourselvesand ourailvesand ourselvesand
and in our public servants te honesty honestyhonesty honestyhonesty honestyhonesty
honesty to all ll men and If we condone die dishonesty dlshone diehonesty ¬
honesty hone t because J we think It is exercised exercisedIn
In the Interests of the poorlle poo > le we may rest restassured reatUIIured restassured
assured that the man thus showing it itlacks Itlacka Itlacks
lacks only the opportunity to exercise It Itagainst itagainst
against the interests of the people The Theman Theman Theman
man who ou occasion will corruptly c rruptlr do dowhat dowhat dowhat
what is wrong in the interests of a big bigcorporation bigMrporaUon bigcorporation
corporation is the very en man eager eas r to toblackmail tobllIckmall toblackmaIl
blackmail that corporation as the oppor opportunity opportunity opportunlty ¬
tunity arises The man who is 159ft on occa occasion occaalon occaaba ¬
aba a corruptionist Is apt when the gust gustof gustof gustof
of popular feeling blows hard against a lnt the thecorporation thecorporations thecorporations
corporations he has corruptly served to tobe tobe tobe
be the loudest most reckless and most mostvtoh tvIolfllt mostviolent
vtoh violent nt among those who denounce them themHunt tbemHunt themlunt
Hunt such a man out of public life lifeHunt lICeIlunt lifeI
Hunt I Lent him out as remorselessly remorHJe ely if he is a ablackmailer ablackmailer ablackmailer
blackmailer as If he stands corruptly for forspecial forpedal forspecial
special privilege Demand honest honellOab honellOablOIu honestynbsolute ab absolute ¬
solute lOIu unflinching lionssty JIO honestytogether tytogeth together r with withcourage wUhcourage withcourage
courage and common sense sen in I public publicservant publicllervant publicservant
servant and in business bu s man man alike alikeThe alikeThe aliherise
The Presidents remarks occupied more morethan JIIOI JIIOIthan morethan
than an hourtand hour 5and aDd his train was ached scheduled cbeduled acheduled ¬
uled to leave for Lansing Lan ln at 6 oclock oclockHe oclodtHe oclockHe
He took time however to t9 depart from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the prearranged pnoarra programme plfIranhe by driving drl1ngout drivingout drivingout
out to Crown Hill Cemetery with 1th the Vice VicePresident VicePrNldent VicePresident
President where he placed a wreath of offlowers offtoverl offlowers
flowers on the grave of the tote President PresidentBenjamin PreetdentBtonJamln PresidentBenjamin
Benjamin Harrison HarrisonThe IlarnonThe liarrinoetThe
The President left Indianapolis at Atoclock C Coclock 6oclock
oclock for Lansing Lan lns Mich where he wilt wiltdeliver wutdeliver willdeliver
deliver ah address tomorrow on the oc occasion occulon orcasion ¬
casion of the fiftieth anniversary of the theestablishment thettJtabJlahmeat theestablishment
establishment of the agricultural college collegein
in America AmericaAs AmericaAs
As 0 the train was M leaving the railroad railroadyards 1IIUroadyards railroadyards
yards a serious accident was narrowly narrowlyaverted narrowlyanrted narrowlyaverted
averted A gateman pteuu at t a crossing had hadclosed badlkNIed hadclosed
closed the gates gat while a buggy bu occupied occupiedby oceupledby occupiedby
by a Illftltn mn anti a woman was 8 on the track tntekThe rackThe
The tnun was Mopped suddenly nddenl or there therewould theftwould therewould
would have been a coiHsion coiHsionStops eel eelStopl entlisiseStops
Stops 011 < ni iVny Vuty n to IiHlInnnpoli IiHlInnnpoliThe IuuullutuunpohieThe lhnmltolllll lhnmltolllllne
The President con eGftceattd at d to Jtt at atop tons tonsenough IoaJleDOUAh longenough
enough at BeHefentatms elIeI tal e this morning on onth 011tJM onthe
th the way wa from mm Ohio to make an early earlyspeech Mrl MrlSpe earlyspeech
speech Spe < h at that plane There was < a large largecrowd largecrowd largecrowd
crowd at the railroad station and the thePresident thePrell thePresIdent
President Prell nt stepped a pped out on the rear plat platform platform pintform ¬
form of his car and made a brief informal informaladdress bltormalacldreM informaladdress
address Further stops sto were made at atUnion at1ni9n atUnion
Union City 17 and a Muncie and at the he former formerplace Cormerplace formerplace
place the President made brief remarks remarksAt remarksAt remarksAt
At Muncie he did not speak but be shook shookhands shookbanda shookhands
hands with about fifty nCt man and women wolftnduring womenduring men mendoming
during the few minutes that the train trainwaited trainwaited trainwaited
waited He first warned the crowd that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they must t pass slowly by b the platform platformof
of his car and not expose the women and andchildren andchildren andchIldren
children to danger dangerDid dangeorDId dangerDid
Did you ou ever see cattle on the plains pisteshe plttln8he plainshe
he said Sometimes they tbe mill That Tb it Is Isthe fatbe isthe
the way you would look if you should shouldcrowd shouldcrovd shouldcrowd
crowd around this car Every man who whota whoa whoii
ta a decent American A rtean will look out for the thewonw theThEn thewome
wonw wonwThen womeThen >
Then he began the handshaking handshakingPRESIDENT httnd handshakingPRESIDENT haklng haklngPRESIDENT
PRESIDENT STARTLES FARMER FABMERWith FARMERUh
With Uh Vice YIJ President Taken rnke Walk Walkand Walkand Rlk Rlklnd
and Join Jolnl 3111k llIk Brigade BrigadeIndianapolis lJrhnlleIndlanapoll8 BrigadeIndianapolis
Indianapolis Ind May 1IIa 30That That Presi President President Prenident ¬
dent Roosevelt and for that matter Vice VicePresident VicePlNkient VicePresident
President Fairbanks are sturdy stunl longdie longdietance longdlstance longtilelance
tance walkers the country countr people living livingaround lh1nSaround livingaround
around Akron kron Ohio Junction something somethingmore IIOlI1thlngmore somethingmore
more than a mile from the city found out outby outby outby
by personal observation yesterday The Thecurrent Thecurrent Thecurrent
current talk aboard the Presidents ear Is Isthat Isthat isthat
that they covered about six miles mll along alongthe alongthe alongthe
the roads in that vicinity yesterday after afternoon afttfnoon afternoon ¬
noon While a halt of several hours in intheir inth intheir
their th r journey was 8S being taken taken others othersaboard othersaboard othersaboard
aboard the car also walked but the thePresident thePrealdent thePresident
President and Mr Ir Fairbanks outdis outdistanced outd outdtaneed outtilstanced ¬
tanced them Nothing pleases plc sft the Presi President Premdent Preeldent ¬
dent better than to t take long outings outingsafoot outlnlliaCoot outingsafoot
afoot in the country districts It it was wa not notlong notlong notlong
long therefore after the stop was made madethat mAdethat madethat
that Mr Roosevelt suggested to his hisfriends hisfrltnds hIsfriends
friends that they go out for a stride to towhich towhich towhich
which Mr Ir Fairbanks who always walks walksfrom walksfrom walksfrom
from the Capitol at Washington two twomiles twomllcs twomiles
miles or more to his home readily reac1I1 as assented1 88sentad assente4 ¬
sented1 sented1The sentadTbe sente4The
The two men started out the President Presidentsetting Presidentsetting Presidentsetting
setting the pace at a brisk gait which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the Vice President however had little llttloor l1tulor littleor
or no difficulty In keeping up with lth They Theyconfined T Theyconfined e econfined
confined their walk to the roads so as asnot asnot asnot
not tc lose sight of their car dropped in inat Inat Inat
at several farm houses where they In Introduced Intreduced Intreducod ¬
troduced themselves to the astonished astonishedcountry RstonlsMdfunll astonIshedcountry
country funll people and chatted for a few fewminutes fe feminutes fewminutes
minutes By B this time the th President was wasthirsty WASthirst wasthirsty
thirsty thirst and he and Mr 1 Fairbanks in indulged Indulged Indulged ¬
dulged in a glass of milk at the house houseof houseof houseof
of a Mr lr Thomas After an absence of ofconsiderably orconllderabl ofconsiderably
considerably more than an hour the two tworeturned tworeturned tworeturned
returned to the car tired dusty and andhungry amIhung1 andhungry
hungry and ready read for dinner which was wasawaiting was1l8It1ng wasawaiting
awaiting them The President Prt sldent and his hiscompanion hiscomPAnion his hiscompanIon
companion thoroughly enjoyed their walk walkCHINESE wnlkOHINESE walkCHINESE
CHINESE REBELS DEFEATED DEFEATEDLender DEFEATEDIeneicr DEPEATEDLender
Lender Captured antI 100 Men len Slniii Slniiiin Slnlnin SlainIn
in hattIe with Provincial Troops TroopsCanton TroopCanton TroopsCanton
Canton May 1a 30 JA A severe engagement engagementhas engagementhas engagementhas
has taken place between the provincial provincialtroops provincialtroops provincialtroops
troops and a body bod of rebels resulting in ina InR ina
a victory for the former The rebels lost lostmore lostmore lostmore
more than Um a hundred men killed and the thegovernment th thgovernment thegovernment
government forces captured the rebel rebelleader rebellender rebelleader
leader together with a number of flags flagsand flagsand tingeand
and a considerable quantity of ammuni ammunition ammunition ammunttion ¬
tion tionTw6
Two Tw thousand additional troops have havebeen havebee havebeen
been bee sent to Chaochow where the mal malcontents malcontents tealcontents ¬
contents are active activeThe activelhe activeThe
The Chinese gunboat t SumHong hav having havIng hayIng ¬
ing on board tho Fifteenth Regiment of ofChinese ofCblnetio ofChinese
Chinese troops Isis sailed fom here for forSwatow forSwatow forSwatow
Swatow to t defend that city clt against a aposfftblu apooHlbl apossIble
possIble attack on the part of the rebels rebelsInrjjcst rebolsJnrcst rebelsLargest
Largest Morning Circulation CirculationAll
All advertising contracts made by byThe byThe byThe
The Washington Herald are based basedupon buodupon hesodupon
upon Its sworn circulation cJrculationit a circula circulation circulation clreulation ¬
tion In Washington larger by b thou thousands thousands thousands ¬
sands than was ever before attained attainedby attainedb attainedby
by b any morning mornln newspaper at the Cap Capital CapItal Capital ¬
ital Its l books arc open
STRIKE IS HOT OT ENDED EUDEDBuijding ENDEDBuidiug ENDEDBuidiiig
Buijding Trades Ignore De Decision Decision BecisiOhI ¬
cision of Conference ConferenceWILL ConferenceWILL ConferenceWILL
WILL NOT RETURN TO WORK WORKDeclare WORKncclure WORKDeclare
Declare Member of Committee Not NotEmpowered XotEmlHI1Creci yot10
Empowered to Take Final Action ActionIn Actionin Actionlit
In Ilejiulf J clU1lf of Union Men le TcuilVorkinen TcuilVorkinenluitlit Workmen WorkmenIiislHt OrIUJlen OrIUJlenItllbt
IiislHt that They rile Wo Not ot DlRcrini DlRcriniInntc DillcrImInnte Dicerfmmate
mate AgaiiiNt Unorganized Labor LaborNone lnIJorNone LaborNone
None of the building trades trad mechanics mechanicsat
at present on strike on the now Metropol Metropolitan MetropolItan Ztlotropolhan ¬
itan Club building bulldln being erected by b RIch Rtchurdsou Rlchurdson RIchardeon
urdsou 8 Burgees at Seventeenth and andstreets H Hstreets 11atrets
streets northwest norUlwestand and on the row of ofhouses ofheUfes ofhouses
houses being erected by Mkldaugh MkldaughShannon MldrntugnSltannon MiddaughShannon
Shannon oa Park road near Seventh Seventhstreet Sevnthstrlet Seventhstreet
street northwest will return to work this thinmorning thismorning thismornIng
morning or xt any time In the near nearfuture arar ararfuture lar larfuture
future futurePositive futurePOIIUft futurePosItive
Positive statements were made to this thiseffect thiseffect thiseffect
effect yesterday eaterda and lest night by mem memIfcffl memIimI memLemn
Ifcffl of the Building Trades T dts Council It Itwas ItW88 Itwas
was also declared Ilee ared that Oapt Oysters de decision detltlon decielon ¬
cision and the vote of f the Joint conference conferencecommittee ccmferencecommlttle conferencecommittee
committee on Wednesday Wodne day has not chang changed changed changed ¬
ed the situation situationIn
In explanation of these statements it itwas It11I It Itwa
was 11I wa said that the building trades commit committee commlttte committee ¬
tee had In no sense agreed a reed to abide by bythe bytbe bythe
the decision and had stated this fact factplainly factplalnl factplainly
plainly In conference co ference The committee It Itis ItIs itis
is claimed attended the conference bn bnd bnd hadee
d dee r explicit Instructions InlittructloniI from the full fullmoniborship fullmombersblp fullmembership
membership of the Building Trades Coun Council eouncil Councii ¬
cil to not entertain any motion whatso whatsoever whateoe8I whatsoever ¬
ever the effect eCl t of which would return returnthe returntile returnthus
the men to work pending a final settle settlement etUement settlemeat ¬
meat ment and if the other party refused to tocountenance toeountenalke tocountenance
countenance these instructions to move movefor lROveCor movefor
for an adjournment and close the con conference conference conference ¬
ference ferenceThis ferenceThill ferenceThis
This action it was said was taken at a arecent arecent arecent
recent meeting when it was reported that thatxeveral thatverll thatseveral
several verll motions to this effect had been in introduced Introduced intraduced ¬
troduced by the representatives of tho thoEmployers thoEnployers theEmployers
Employers Association AssociationXot AlI80Clat Associationot Ion IonlIt
Xot lIt Empowered to o Act ActIt ActIt ActIt
It is I shown in the published minutes It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was declared deetared that the representatives relXNentaUve of ofthe otthe ofthe
the trades In demurring to the motion motionthat motionthat motionthat
that was carried by Capt Oysters vote votethat votethat votethat
that pending a final decision lIlon of this thisboard thisboanl thisboarti
board of arbitrators the mechanics called calledoff calledoft calledoff
off of the Metropolitan Club building and andthe andtbe andthe
the buildings bultdl of Mlddaugh A Shannon Shannonreturned be bereturned bereturned
returned to work Friday morning May Maya
11 1W had stated stat that they had come cometo comtJto cometo
to UM conference Instructed inst reeled and If th thmotion UlIOton the themotIon
motion was carried they would have to totake totake totake
take the matter back to their organisation organisationfor I Ifor
for rtnal action but would use their best bestendeavors bestendeavors t tendeavors
endeavors toward a settlement aett settlementAiisvcr ment j jAiinwcr I Ihuncr
Aiinwcr Capt Oywter OywterIn OyaterIn
In answer to the statement in Capt CaptOysters Capt0JBter1 CaptOysters I
Oysters decision that there was s nothing nothingto
to show that union men should be em employed emplo empioyed ¬
ployed plo to the exclusion of all al others it itwas Itwa Itwas
was stated that the trades neither de demand eMmaud tiemand ¬
mand nor ask i that union men be em employed employed employed ¬
ployed to the exclusion of nonunion men menbut menbut menbut
but merely me 17 insist 1 on refusing to work workwith workwith workwith
with them Builders they said Jel employ employIng employlug employlag
lug all nonunion men were unmolested unmolestedas unmolestedWeft
as were those employing all union labor laborI laborbut laborbut
I but they declare the faction will not mix mixJames n mixJames x xJam
James L L L Parsons who ho stopped the non nonunion nonunion nonunion
union plumbers from working on the thenew tilev thenew
new v municipal Dld building 1MI under construc construction coutrutdon construction ¬
tion by aha It when a strike was declared declaredseveral declaredteWnll declaredieeeral
several weeks ago stated stat last night that thatIf thatIf thatIf
If the building trades acquiesced in Wed Wednesday Wedne Wednesdy ¬
nesday ne nights nl < ht decision he would readily readilyassent readJl readJlaNent readilyassent
assent to their return to work there but butunder bUlunder butundet
under no other circumstances He would wouldnot wouldnot wouldnot
not he h said permit them to return if ifsuch ICsuch itsuch
such a course would result in another anotherstrike anotherstrike anotherstrike
strike on the building buildingWEATHER balldlngWEATHER buIldIngWEATHER
WEATHER CONDITIONS CONDITIONSU
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Wwhtnstt iN Thinwkr Mar lS liltS I p P PBIn pThee j jTarn
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Valley to the Koeky Mountain except eacs in a North NorthDttota ortIa ortIaInllllta nethDansa
Dttota aad Montana l1IaU IB th the Lake La wfton UM Ohio OhioV 0YaUIf Ohm OhmVtiy
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ad the district we wet of the Roety Mooataiu UK UKweather Utewea theestiwr
weather WM fair Temperatorn Taa entlllft are voch above a the thenaasrt tilejn thensiusst
naasrt attnfte sra ja Idaho Oresna Oretimt and Wuhiujaoa Wuhiujaoaand Wathm Wathmad Weabbuposmud
and betar as a nile over the rtaninlat districts dietricUwperiaHy diMrietIIIIItaIb districtsnesrisny
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II dp M helen the th sesural MKB 1 average averageThrre a aTIwft arerajeThore
Thrre will be abowrn Prkkr la the Central sad aadSouthern aedSoIIthena sadSouthern
Southern Iloekj Mooatote region the Central West Westthe Westtbe Westthe
the Southwest the Central ntral Vattejrs aDm the t Upper Late LateRegion lAbRe LakeRcIon
Region the Eat GnU and South Atlantic State Stateegtendinc Staineneod Statesesteuidine
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morton and the Middle Atlantic States In New NewEndaad NewEilaatt ew ewEacdaAIl
Endaad the he weather tll will be graeraUr lIr fair air Friday Fridayaad Fridqud Fridayand
and Saturday Sat and fair Saturday s from the Uocky UockyMonaUtM ltock1lonatabM hlochyMeastatas
MonaUtM Mitwaid into the MiMMnpl Valley and aAdUpper andtiwer ad adUpper
Upper Lake region regionH ftdoeIt rrioaIt
It wffl be warner Saturday in the Slope region regionthe tmoathe ratiosthe
the Mtawuri and Upper t Mi9hippi raUeys She Hltentem Shetrtiers newtwn
ntem temperature ehangce will not be Marked MarkedNew JDaftedThe nestedThe
The wiIIdI wis aJoeg the New ew Kcfttand meet t will willH be belidut r rHunt
Hunt and Mostly u aartheMtefty on the Middle At Atlantic At At1arKk AtlesUt ¬
lantic teak Hsht and net variable on the 3ootM UI Atlas Atlantic AUaJiJtie Atlastic ¬
tic court Nght Jl to fresh eat to southeast ea the theGolf UteGalt theGudi
Golf comet fresh f to bra brat Motherly on the Low LowLake Lower Linrflwll LowerLi
Lake Li fri r and Mostly wthcaMerty and on the theUpper tileUIfIII theriser
Upper Lakes fresh r nertbeMt to north northSteaners ISs northSteets
Steaners departing Friday Frick far Kttro EwvI Sunesn < ean n port JOts sill TrtHhare rlIIn sillhems
hare n Hsnt t to fresh fr b north to northmtt K wind with witfcgenerally wiopeM withgeesrally
generally peM 1b fair trmther 1rN JeI to the Grand Banks BanksSPECIAL auSIECIAL flasksSthICIAL
SPECIAL FOHBCAST FOHBCASTStorm PORBCSTStomI FORNCASTStorm
Storm Storm tramtafti are displayed M the LotrisUoa lANtsla a awl aad1IIIIIIItJlll sadHinisdtgt
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by Jw Kir I1 r rW t I
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log Bonds of The Capital Traction Com Company Comi Cornpony ¬
i pony PIUI D CWashington CWast n on D C May Ma S SMW7 So 5htkPlNotice
MW7 htkPlNotice Notice is hereby here b given ven to th the holders holdersof holde s sor
11MiNouce of the outstanding outtaDdln bonds of The Capital CapitalTraction CapitalI CapitalTraction
Traction Company amounting in their theirface tl11ri ttieirface
I i face value to one million and eighty eightythousand eigUyI eigLtythousand
I thousand tboU 8nd dollars 1080000 of a total totalissue tt31of statissue
issue of one million five ve hundred thou thousand ttllI tIt tItsand ¬
sand dollars Jl500000 issued April 2 2ll
I 1900 ll payable twenty years ears after date with witiinterest wjPlInterest withinterest
interest thereon at FOUR PER CENTUM CENTUMPER CENTtlI CENTLMPER
I PER ANNUM AN U payable payable semlannuullyiird semlannuullyiirdsecured semiannually ad adI irdsecured
I secured ured by b deed of trust upon the ivads ivadsfranchises Iladfranchleea isadfranchises
franchises and certain other property propuhthe < >
the said company to the National tate taieDeposit tateDeposit at atDCP1H5ft
Deposit Savings and Trust Company umiany of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the District of Columbia trustee thatthe that thatthe thatthe
the said The Capital Traction Cunjdny ClmldI1hereby
hereby exercises the option reserved to it itin itIn itIn
in the th body of the said bonds to redeem redeemthe redeemthe redeemthe
the same at any ny time after three th e years yearsfrom yearsfrom ear3 ear3rom
from rom their date with accrued Interest Interestthereon interesttbereon Interestthereon
thereon and at th the rate of HOG 10 for each
100 1 of the principal of said bonds bondsThe bondsThe > onds ondsThe
The said bonds will be paid on KKIDAT KKIDATthe 1RIDAYthe Y Ytbe
the Slat > Ist day of May 1M I i < between the thehours thebours toehours
hours of 10 oclock a a m JD and 3 oclock oclockp
p p m with accrued Interest Int st at par aol arvlat an anat aolat
at the rate of lCl 105 l0 for each S1 10u of the thoprincipal tMprincipal theprincipal
principal of the said bonds upon their theirpresentation thtlrpresentation theirpresentation
presentation ard surrender at tne tll princi principal lrintipal 7rin 7rinpel ¬
pal office of the company at the Corner Cornerf ornpror ornrof
or f Thirtysixth and M streets stree northwest northwestin
in the City Clt of Washington D C or if ifthe ifthe ifthe
the holder prefer at the Riggs Riggs National NationalBank Xat NationalBank tmal tmalBank
Bank in time t M said city All holders of said saidbonds 511bonds sailbonds
bonds are hereby notlfted to present th thsame thMIDe thsame
same at said time and at either of f said saidplacer saldplace sailplacer
placer for redemption as aforesaid In Inlores Interest Intorest
lores terest will cas cease upon s sid id bonds with ith the the1st th1l1 thelist
list l1 t day da of May iay 1907 iso and no interest will willbe willbe willbe
be paid thereon thereafter By authority authorityof
of the board of directors of the said com company cornpony om omP ¬
pony P nv GEORGE T DUNLOP President Presidentof
of The The Capital Capl 1 Traction Company Companymy7S6t Companymyi25t Companymy7t
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TO THK TII HOLDERS OF CERTIFICATES CERTIFICATESof CERTIFICATES
of Indebtedness Series B Metropoli Metropolitan lletropniitau Metropoittan ¬
tan Railroad Company ComP8nyNot Notk is hereby herebygiven htte htteglvcn hereh herehgiven
given that the Certificates Certlft ates of Indeht Indehtnees IndEhhnees Indobtet Indobtetness
nees Series B Metropolitan Railroad RailroadCompany RailroadCompany RailroadCompany
Company dated the twentyfirst day of ofApril o oApril ofAprIl
April A D 1897 and payable p yable on the first flmFIRST firtd4 firstthy
d4 thy of June 1907 iso will be paid on the said saldFIRST saidFIRST
FIRST DAY OF JUNE 190 1907 upon rr rrcntatkm NP NPentation preo preoentatlon
cntatkm of the same me property indorsed indorsedor ind s sor
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1897 100 will 111 be mailed to the registered hold holders hnldtrS hol4ems ¬
ers of th the certificates as heretofore In Intersston InterllIt Intereat
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said first ftr t day da of June 1IW W F HAM HAMTrensurer HUTreasurer HAMTreasurer
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