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The Washington herald. (Washington, D.C.) 1906-1939, April 05, 1908, Real Estate and Building Section, Image 30

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p THE WASHINGTON HJBBALD ItBRALDSUNDAY SJT BAT APRIL 1908
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nctor nctorInproVcU2Cflt Improvement Continue ContinueXew Coni tunes tunescew
Xew Yosk April 4 4DISOUISIOfl DiaousslOB of the theErie theErie
Erie sittratfen w wss sv eiImer Umflr and were rca reasonable rcasenable ¬
sonable today than on yastwdny estertItlY or the thepreceding thepreceding
preceding day and tin th expectation was wasentertained wasentertained
entertained quite generally that as the thedisturbing thediturbtng
disturbing rumors readied the ears of ofthe otthe
the holders of the maturIng notes these theseindividuals tlieeeIndividugls
individuals would lose Ios little tlm time In not notifying notfying ¬
fying the management of their willingness willing willingness ¬
ness to accept another note of the con conpany company >
pany collaterally secured In exchange exchangefor
for their holdings holdingsIt hOIdIVtgIt
It wag even saW that white apparently apparentlythe
the notes had become widely scattered a alarge alarge
large amount of them was really n the thebands thebands
bands of a corporation which holds hoWeoZ
11000000 of ether indebtedness of the Eric ErlaRailroad EricBaliroad
Railroad and it was Intimated that the thoaoncern theconcern
concern referred to would cooperate In Inplans Inplans
plans to provide a solution of the present presentdifficulty presentdlMculty
difficulty At one time it was rumored rumoredthat rumoredthat
that before the end of the day announce announcement announceTnent ¬
ment would be forthcoming of plan to tofurnish tofurnish
furnish the roads needs and on this the theErie theErie
Erie issues were marked up sharply fore forcing foreirg ¬
ing the retreat of a room traders short shortinterest shortntre3t
interest interestHowever ntre3tHowever
However no announcement of any kind kindbearing kindbearing
bearing on the roads affaire was made madeduring madeduring
during business hours by any one in post position posttion ¬
tion to speak authoritatively rIively for the com comPlnn cornpany
pany
Plan IM Arranged ArrangedThe ArrangedThe
The prevailing impression was w that thatwhile thatwhile
while a solution might soon be reached reachednone reachednone
none had yet been arrivid arrtvd at But after afterthe aftert1e
the doe of businaee the encouraging encouragingannouncement encouragingannouncement
announcement watt wa made by New Yorks Yorksnost Yorksnt
nost prominent banking firm that a plan planhad planhad
had been promulgated which gives gtv every everypromise everypromise
promise of success This Is an exchange exchangeof
of new notes for UM old ones the bank bankin banklog
in log house showing its faith in the new newissue newissue
issue by agreeing to subscribe for 16600 16600t tOQ tOQi1
t < i1 of it at par so as o furnish the road roadwith roada
with a th additional capital capitalDurinjs capitalDur1n
Durinjs Dur1n the first hoar the market was wasdull wasdull
dull but comparatively firm and the fact factthat factthat
that few stocks came out despite opera operations opera1ion ¬
tions 1ion of some of the principal traders on onthe onthe
the side of the decline left the way clear clearfor clearfor
for the rally th that t occurred at the close closewhen elosewhen
when Erie moved upward to the extent of ofabout ofabout
about two point above Its earlier price pricelevel pricelevel
level
Order IN a i Factor FactorThe FactorThe
The order made by Judge Hough in the thesuit thesuit
suit of the Consolidated Gas Company Companyagainst Companyagainst
against the State the city of New York Yorkand Yorknd
and nd the public securities commission was wasalso wasi1SO
also a marked factor of some importance importancethe
the court affirming a final decree declar declaring declaring ¬
ing the SOcent gas law unconstitutional unconstitutionaland
and an restraining the defendants from pro procroding procrding
croding against the company for forfeit forfeiture forfeiture ¬
ure of its charter charterThe charterThe
The bank statement did not show as aslarge aslarge
large a gain in cash as was expected but butElected butreflected
Elected in increases In items of loans loansfind loansnd
find nd deposits the changed incident to the thedividend thedivdend
dividend and interest disbursements made madeat madeat
at the beginning of the month The loan loanaccount loanacount
account is now larger by nearly JISMGOW JISMGOWand IS00000 IS00000and
and the th item of deposit upward of p1 p1etNcOO 31 31WCCOO
WCCOO more than a week ago agoThe agorie
The reports of the commercial agencies agenciesthat agenciesthat
that improvement in business was slow slowand slowand
and irregular was received with disap disappointment dioappointment ¬
pointment in the street seeking as they theydid theydid
did to confirm in some degree the rumors rumorscurrent rumorscurrent
current for some days past to the effect effectthat effectthat
that it was doubtful If a number of plants plantswhich plantswhich
which resumed operations recently could couldlong couldlong
long continue tt t run on full time timeThe timeThe
The aggregate clearing of all the banks banksof banksof
of the United States for the week were werel
221 l per cent under those of the corre corresponding corresponding ¬
sponding week last year but ware rela relatively relatively ¬
tively better than in March when the thefailing thefalling
failing off was as much as 838 per cent centJfBW centcBw
JfBW YORK MONEY 3IOXEYNew MONEYNcw
New Aork aYcr April 4M Ifaesr M r an a ti t to tencsnuiaUy Of Ofnominally
nominally 1H V ptr cent st On Moagr all D MOM MOMtouched MStencbed
touched 1 per Mat snt wUch wk1 was low laM for the theweek theek
week ek The Tb higikMt highe T iM U WM es 2 per Mot t and andof most mostrvf
rvf the weeks lotas wc wee VMdc at Hi The stpfr stpfrwas mptr mptr1a3
was far in excess of the dnuuid MtKithsUfldtez MtKithsUfldteztho
tho th borrowing connected with the April dividend dividendperiod Iivkteedperiod
period periodTimr periodTtm
Timr money during the week was w readily obtain obtainable ob4atnable ¬
able bet demand was my vu inactive Tie aggregate aggregateof
of business was therefore of Moderate she Bates
3 per rent for sixty days de 3 Pit for ninety dsjs dq dqto 3Vi 3Vito
to Mi 3 for four months 4 for 9 i Booths S for f a ayear a7er
year yearMercantile
Mercantile paper during the wwfc was fesoed with withBorne withme
Borne me freedom Abaocptkn was lair but it was precd precdcally rstI rstItally
tally only of e choice varettua varieti which w wr re B erket erketahit rket rketable
able and the doie scrattey oC statements coatrmed coatrmedto etinsed etinsedto
to be R noteworthy featan Rates to ii Hi par parcfnt perctnt
cfnt for sixty to ninety sets tadoraed 1adore bilks re receivable zecetvable ¬
ceivable M to 6 per eeat t for f choice fear to six sixmonths sixmonths
months single Ms e BABMS nam fit per omt nt for otters ottersSterling ethersStcrling
Sterling Hwrket was quiet today with rate rates at atthe atthe
the same level ac at yesterdajra dose The Theuarket weeks weeksmarket
market bowed n eontewbat more acthre demand for forremittance I er errniittkbee
remittance aad rates aiovea oreu on up gradually to a ahigher abigher
higher lewi eading eedii with set advance adran of He for forsight foreight
sight sterling McrIIo Dtnand bOle aoVl at 485 from frojiusi
18630 early e y in the wed cabfce at 48S3 4S5 from J8MC J8MCLong 4td 4tdLnng
Long sterling wa was particularly strong owing the thegreater thegreater
greater part of the weak on account of farther Lon London lidciii ¬
don discount The advance in thta daw of ofbill ofhill
bill waa tt cent from 4 180 to 48m Rates for foractual foractual
actual bojtotti builni dosed as follows Sixty days 4886 4886to 446to
to 48OS ditnand and 48860 to 48356 cables tS9 to toiSSK toComelskl
iSSK GomaeKfcl bile were 4 481 481MiSCELLANEOUS i iMISCELLANEOUS
MISCELLANEOUS BONDS BOKDSNew BONDSew
New ew York April 4 4Bond B d txanudtons m the tbestock thestock
stock exchange exchangeNew exebsageew
New ew York City ttii MIT 1WYew WA WANew
New York Oit Sty dis fc IfiST temp receipts Kff KffNew 107New
New York City 4i 4 Mtf ltfTapanee JUU JUUJapanese
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Erie prior sior lien 4s 81 81Erie 94line
Erie general flee 4s isErie WH WHErie
Erie fOB wevsttlbte CTUblc 4s S A At 49 49Loniwille
Loniwille t Dnjeville and Naahiflk tnifled 4s 4ao 9S 9SNew 94Ne
New Ne York ChtcApo and St Lenh 4s M 99 99Norfolk 99Norfolk
Norfolk and Western eenvertW 4j 4 81 81Northern 81k 81kNonheru
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Pennvlrania SH 9g W2 2 2PrnnlranIa SH
Prnnsylvania 3 314i 119 1S 91H 91HReadiDKJeraar 9114ReadingJermr
ReadiDKJeraar Central 4i 4 4douthrrn 92 92Southern
Southern Pacific refunding 4s SSft SSftSouthern 83 83Southern
Southern Railway 8 Se 69 69Southern soSouthern
Southern Railway 4s St Ixwfe Dirijloa DIrIItonrni 88 88FntoB
FntoB rni PaeMe Org 4 is isUmno 9 9Union
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Tnited State Steel a S F 5s 85 85Virginia 9 9Virginia
Virginia Iron and Cod 5 g gSales 9Salea
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f Coprr > pr Range 954 954Edison 5 ffi4 ffi4Edison
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> faa 1aaeethueette dn ett8 Electric ElectricMuaacbnfttts 9 10 10New
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Ncrth BelLe BnUcTrinity 51 51Shattane
Shattane 11 11Trinity
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Am Smelttoe 18299 W w4 T4 W 91Am r rAm
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An Anaconda nd > > 37H 3H 37 31i 31iAthIIOc K KAtehH
AtehH AthIIOc 1850 74 74H 73X fl 74 74Atlsaa 745k 745k4tbsn
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BreoWyn Rapid Tr 2 2289 39 44 4314 4414 4Ri 4RiCanadian 41 41Canadian
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causal Leather 581 19 19 Wi 10 MH 1991 1991Cerel H HCentral
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Cfcesapeske Ohio 700 3fe 4 3314 30 Il4 3 3Chtcaeo 34 34chlesro
Chtcaeo Great Western 300 S 514 i 5U SH SH SHC 514C
C M St P 3J5 116 118li 111 1KH UM4 UM4Comrade 191344JlOrado
Comrade Fuel Iron 2330 Z 33 3 3Oolorado 23H 2S > 23H 23HOoterado
Ooterado Southern iso 34fi 94 25 21 34Colorado 31 31CoJorsdo
Colorado Sotitbera let MO M Si 5i 54 54Colorado 5441U 54Colorado
Colorado Southern 94 303 44li 41 4414 41U 4JH 4JHC 4114C
C C H C 1 1CoMolldated 391 1814 1834 13 1814 18V6 18V6CoMolldated 18 18CoMolkiated
CoMolldated Gas 3730 37 US IIS 115 IIS IISDekwaK 113Delaware
Delaware HudMo 9M 194 4 164 4 IM Ill 1S4Dearer IllDenyei
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111 is1 1413 30 9114 9114genl
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Rock Island IsJaadRock 691 w 1 18 18 18Rock
Rock Island pM 7 92 S 3214 9S 25 32SlosiSheeld
SlosiSheeld 191 4434 44 44H 44U 4414Sostheen
Southern Pacific 3B 73 73Southern 74 7i T4 T4W 74Soethern
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To date dateApril te 136912D39 09 09April
April 4 8189100 8189100LOAL
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off Bxatcrtelljr And prices are higher The market marketfor marketfor
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prices sagging IB other lines there was no change changePrices dungsPrices
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segarcared 12al4 hogs small and neat per p wt
600 do medium 5S8afiOO 500800 do heavy 558 558VEGETABLES 839VEGII2ABLBSPotatocs
VEGETABLES VEGII2ABLBSPotatocs Potatoes per bashel 75a85 rural ruralEa70 niralElaTO
Ea70 sweet potatoes per bbL 350a40U yams ISfln
300 asparagus per dozen 400a800 cabbage per percwt percr4
cwt BfcW celery Florida per crate ZOOaioO tet tettoce e etore
tore Florida per basket L25aL75 onions Bermuda Bermadaper Bermudaper
per crnte LTSalOO Ohio per bushel 6Sa99 peppers papperaFlorida peppersFlorida
Florida per carrier nier 2Gta ZCks32 2 string bcass green greenpe grempet
pe pet basket JOOjlOQ tomatoes Florida fane fascj per percrate perowie
crate 200323 200323GREEN 211k323GREEN
GREEN FRUITSApplcs York Ia 1eriaI > periai per bbL bbLLBOatSO bb1L97a50
LBOatSO Ben Davis LSJatW Wine Vlne Sap J53O05 J53O05Albenserle 1510303Albemarle
Albenserle Pippin 400 fancy table frail 300ui50 300ui50Spy 3004350Spy
Spy 2503325 bees packed LOOaLK erusgee Flor Florida lflorIda ¬
ida bright per box 225 do russets 12 2 Cell California Cellforni ¬
fornia navels 225a2 2af5 5 grape fruit Florida per box
3310400 5 400 cranberries per box 200st50 OOstSO do per perbbl per1bl
bbl 5008300 5008300SUSDRIBSBeeswax 5002008UXD1tIBSBeeawa
SUSDRIBSBeeswax 3 tallow 5 honey white whlUdover whitedoter
dover Mb new 13 do Mb new lOall lOal ginseng ginsengper ginsengper
per Ib 500a600 Seneca per Ib 4 Golden Seal SealMaJS
194 MaJS Tick Kail Mandrake laS Snake Hoot S Swalnut 15irainut
walnut kernels 12alt lxiiGRAINWheat 12altGRAIN
GRAIN GRAINWheat Wheat Southern Southe on grade KlaSS E1a1 E1a1YSalO rye rye75a
75a YSalO 0 com shelled white 65a70 dp yellow ellow 65aIO 65aIOdo tOaJOdo
do car 270a300 oats Western white No 2 S5a6Q S5a6Qda Sla3do
da mixed BSaSS a5L a5LDRIED H HDRIED
DRIED FROITSApples sliced fancy La a7 da dailieed doaUral
aUral bright laS Ia5WOOL laSWOOL
WOOL AND HIDES BIDESWool Wool wasfd free cf burs bursper barsper
per Ib 28 da unwashed free cf burs S0a22 20a d do < x
barry ISaffl hides green 5 da dry dr Sal sheep sheepskins aheepskins ¬
skins green each 75olOO da dry SaCO aC0 calfskins calfskinsgrcea
grcea LOOaUlO mssirat 28 skunk 25a75 mink minka3Of 269 269n300
n300 a3Of rabbit skins 1 opossum 10al5 raccoon ccion SSaW
fox red L5aU5 do gray ray 5070
WALL STREET NOTES NOTESTransactions NOTESTransactions
Transactions in Wall Street Streetin Streetill
in Small ma11 Lots LotsTEADEES Lots1tADERS
TEADEES TIRE OF ONLY TALK TALKRellnanlnh ThLKRelinquich
Rellnanlnh Interest lu tltc Erie ErieVhicli Erielaicli
Vhicli laicli line EngrrosBeil Attention for forthe forthe
the Pant WeekOInrlcet a Bit Re Renctlonary Remoctionary
nctlonary During the First Hour HonrRailroad HourRailroad
Railroad Shares Sell Slowly SlowlyNew SlowlyNew
New York April 4 4The The first six trans transactions transactions ¬
actions In the stock market today ware wareID werein
ID 103 1 share lots or the smallstslzed smallstslzedportions smalledtsizedportions
portions recorded on the tape tapeThe tapeThe
The market was singular ev even n for a adull adull
dull market and gave promise later ful fulfilled fulfiled ¬
filled of a dull inactive and uninterest uninteresting unintereatleg ¬
leg market Even the professional spec speculation speculatton ¬
ulation on the fate of Brie which was a abit abit
bit keen in the closing hour on Friday Fridaysubsided Fridaysubatod
subsided to almost nothing The street streetwas streetwas
was tired of talking and speculating on ona ona
a company which had engrossed attention attenttonthroughout attentionthrOughout
throughout the theweok week and seemed inclined inclinedto
to do nothing except wait for actual de developments devolopments ¬
velopments The rumor market was ex exhausted exhausted ¬
hausted haustedA
A bit reactionary In the first hour hourthe hourthe
the market recovered subsequently prin principally principalty ¬
cipally It seemed because of the custo customary cutomary ¬
mary retirement of commitments at the theweekend theweekend
weekend There was little Initiative to tothe tothe
the trading and nothing that could be becalled becalled
called a well defined movement of any anystock anystock
stock in any direction Though on ac account ancount ¬
count of the Brie shadow there was lit little littie ¬
tie activity in the stocks of the cool roads roadstenders roadsfanciers
tenders of those stocks and railroad railroadro railroadmacn
ro macn n content with the companies were weremuch Weremuch
much encouraged over the Senate com committee cornmittee ¬
mittee report recommending a suspension suspensionof
of the penalty for violation of the com commodity cornmodity ¬
modity clause of the Hepburn bill until untilthe untilThe
the law can be tested in the courts courtsAttorneys courtsAttorneys
Attorneys for the hard coal roads have haverepeatedly haveI
I repeatedly received assurance that Wash Washington VashIngton ¬
ington did not Intend to make a drastic drasticenforcement drasticenforcement
enforcement of the law until the ostab ostabliahmect ostabIlobmeut
liahmect of Its constitutionality by the thecourt thecourts
court T lhe he unanimity of the Senate com committees coinmittues ¬
mittees report gives hope of speedy and andfavorable andfavorable
favorable action actionTb actionThe
Tb The adoption of the report will of ofcourse ofcourse
course relieve every railroad owning coal coaland coalend
and ore properties propertiesof of one of the moat per perpioxing perplexing
pioxing difficulties of the near future futureDelaware futureDelaware
Delaware and Hudson supplied a novel novelty novelty ¬
ty In Its report rsporttorJobruary for Fobruary showing an anIncrease anincrease
Increase of 51SWO t0O In net over February Februaryof
of last year The report also differed differedfrom differedfrom
from moat of the others for February in inallowing Inshowing
allowing no decrease in expenses The Thegala Thegala
gala In net was accompanied by a larger largergain largergain
gain in gross earnings earningsThroughout earningsThroughout
Throughout the week nothing occurred occurredto
to encourage investment In securitiesZrIe securities securitiesErie
Erie eompticatiOBs were disturbing to tosentiment toseatimeut
sentiment A reaction from a brief briefperiod briefperiod
period of improvement was noted In the theIron thehen
Iron and steel trades and to a lessor ex cxtent
tent in copper Reports of railroad earn 0amings earnin
ings in were generally g nerlty unfavorable Her Hereantiie Mareantile
eantiie failure were shown to too in increasing Increasing ¬
creasing and the retail lines was re reported roported
ported again to be wavering waveringYet waveringYet
Yet though the stock market was wa gen generally goatIran7 ¬
erally reactionary stocks were not notpreeeed notpreaed
preeeed for sale 2a1 in large blocks blocksThere blocksThere
There were few evidences of forced forcedliquidation forcedlIquIdation
liquidation and few stock market oper operators Opelstore ¬
store ventured to sell short in largo largoamounts largeamounts
amounts If accordingly appeared that thatthe thatthe
the principal effect of the unpleasant unpleasantnews unpleasantnewk
news of the week wa su to deter buying buyingand buyingand
and induce profittaking rather titan to toinspire toinspire
inspire liquidation in well informed gnat quarters gnatlets ¬
lets or to tempt bear raids Unfavorable UnfavsraWethough Unfavorablethough
though the news was the market seemed seemedto
to have discounted most of it itPRICE itPRICE
PRICE CHANGES FOR THE YEAR YEARFollowing YEARFollowing
Following are the bid prices upon the tbemost themoat
most active bonds and am stocks listed on onthe onthe
the Washington Stock Exchange Ba ehenge yaster yasterday yeterday
day and on the corresponding date one oneyear oneyear
year ago
GAS BONDS BONDSWMhtegtoa
Aer4 ri AicJ AicJm AnrJI
I m ULO91 ULO91Wak1on IKK
WMhtegtoa GM 4 89 89WaiWntton tuWaiIdtoa M Mm
WaiWntton 0 Use cetUOcatefe eette m mRAILROAD 191ILkILROATI H5H H5HM
RAILROAD BONDS BONDSArMMtfa BONDStrseoetM
ArMMtfa and Potomac 9s 97 97OAtmtfa 910 910Oebtmh4alo
OAtmtfa Oebtmh4alo Js m mCotMWbta ie ieColwtnbk
CotMWbta fc 1 191 193 193MeI4tai
MeI4tai 1o 1 1Vashlnetoa
Vashlnetoa Raflwar afl4 J4cc 4s 74 94
M ISCELLANSOUSBONDS ISCELLANSOUSBONDSPotoaftc tSCELLA14OUSBODSPotomac
Potomac Electric Lfefet Ss MSH MSHNorfolk 13 9 9Norfolk
Norfolk and WajhtagtoB Steamboat Ja rs MfH MfHChesapeake 348 348Chesapeake
Chesapeake and Potomac Telophone 5s WSfc WSfcPUBLIC 149 149P17B1IC
PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS STOCKSCapital STOCKSOal
Capital Tnotioa 119 119YVHhtegUm 339 339Wadsingion
YVHhtegUm Railway and Electric coa SSK SSKVMhingion 34 34Wuhhtgton
VMhingion llaflvmy and Electric pfd 71 71Norfolk 7944 7944Norfolk
Norfolk eat Washington Stwmboet S SWashirptOQ 294 294WairQton
WashirptOQ Gas 94 i iTYPH 9714 9714OenstoTu
OenstoTu OM 60 44 44TYII
TYPH MACHINE STOCKS STOCKSMernetttiMler STOCKS3fertmg11et
MernetttiMler Linotype 192H 192HLtwttoa ies t tIAeetea
Ltwttoa Monotypa 3 3MINING is isMINING
MINING STOCKS STOCKSMUcbeTL STOCKS3IHdIe1
MUcbeTL H HNATIONAL
NATIONAL BANK STOCKS STOCKSAmericas STOCKSAerirse
Americas 155 155Capital s5 16914 16914chpttal
Capital ISO ISOCity ItO ItOCity
City IS ISCflkraiok 144 144Celunsbla
Cflkraiok CelunsblaC4eeMefeMl 25 25Ccmneiciiil
Ccmneiciiil Itt IttFaraen 213 213Farces
Farces and Mocteaies MocteaiesLi 3 300 300Ltouln
Li Ltouln orin l lMetropaHtaB j3etreol1ta
MetropaHtaB 3etreol1ta SS5 SS5Second sat satSeoned
Second 141 141Tmdera 14 11 11Traders
Traders 120 120Washbgkm B 118 118Wehhtgtoa
Washbgkm 279 279TRtJST 37 37TRST
TRtJST COMPANY STOCKS STOCKSAmerican STOCKSunedeaa
American Security and Treat 211 211National 943 943adoi1
National adoi1 Safe 1ST 1STUnion 189 189Cniie
Union Trust 113 113Washington 194 194Woolsiuglea
Washington Lean and TrasL ISS ISSSAVINGS 325 325SAVINGS
SAVINGS BANK STOCKS STOCKSHOBM STOCKSHouse
House Sarinss 293 293Merchants 15pMnolsints
Merchants and Mec aBfc > Sarines IS ISUnion 13 13ThiMn
Union Savings 205 205FIRE 2o 250 250FIRE
FIRE INSURANCE STOCKS STOCKSArlington STOCKSArlington
Arlington 23 23Columbia 30 30Coluembla
Columbia ColuemblaCoesenerdal ColumbiaCoBHnerckl
CoBHnerckl CoesenerdalCocceran 5 5Corcoran
Corcoran 74 74Firemens 7 7blrwnena
Firemens 19 19Franklin 31 31Franirlin
Franklin 50 50German 90 90Gorneati
German American 267 267Metropolitan 2 2Meuuoittae
Metropolitan MeuuoittaeNational fa faNational
National Union 6 6TITLE
6 6 6Potemic
Potemic Potemiclti
lti 114 B BTITLB
TITLE INSURANCE STOCKS STOCKSWashington STOCKSColumbIa
ColumbIa a alies
lies 7tste Si SiWaehlsgton
Washington 37 37MISCSLTANEOUS
MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS STOCKSSecurity STOCKSGrathoTlIoSe
GrathoTlIoSe mfd p pS005rt3
Security Storage 175 175V 151 151W4iIIIgtOa
W4iIIIgtOa V Ahigto Market 16H 16HCOTTON 49 49coTTo
COTTON coTTo MARKET MARKETQuotations MARKETQuotations
Quotations fnrnisfaed by E F Button lc Ca Camembers Comembers
members of the New York Stock Exchange and the
New York Cotton Exchange G Bowie Chlpmaa Chlpmaamanager Cbipnamarnger
manager 1301 F street northwest northwestKrw northwestNew
New York April tCotton opened at an ad advase adtanor
vase of about 4ve points in response to favorable favorablestatistics farorablestatfeties
statistics good cables and big sales cf spot in Eng
land From the high point thus reached there was wasa wasa
a reaction on o realisiiig sales and the fear fearby aroused
by reports of eking temperatures and generally bet better betStor ¬
ter weather emriltiflas la the South Trading was wasquiet wasquiet
quiet and the market dull to the end of tjo session BfMteaSfewYorlc sessionNew
SfewYorlc SfewYorlcOpen New Thrk ThrkOpeim
Open High Low Close
May 3Ia 96T 98 96S 963
July 977 379 975 975October 577
October 96 86S 962 sz 963 963New gg ggNew
New OrleansOpen Orleans OrleansOpen
Open High Jx SMvcCloeo SMvcCloeoSlay w Close CloseMar
Mar 1053 10J3 93T 9 5195 5195July 300July
July 933 393 g9l 991
October 3169 366 961 86J
WASHINGTON WASHflWTONSTOOK STOCK HMIKEP HMIKEPRegular IIi1KMReptile
Regular call 12 oclock peas iwonWaahingUm peasWashington
Washington Railway and IKcctrJc ketI1C 4s 4 31003 1000 at 78H 78H1OM
1OM at 78 78Capital 78 78CapItal
Capital Pasties i at KL KLWwbtagtea 121 121Washington
Washington RaflwKr and Blactrtc preferred 5 at atTf
Tf IS 3ntl at 72 1 lOOatfl 0 at It 2 1st at H at atTS a 14172 at 72 W Wat 15at
at 71S 91 at 71 10 at H ilk M9 at 12 1 MO at 7ZK 7ZKSO 72 72lOetTZ
SO lOetTZ lOetTZNorfolk at 72 72Norfolk
Norfolk and WatfafegtoB StMffibfMt S at 275 275MlWwH 275Mtt
Mtt MlWwH ell Mining 509 at 14 1ft 1 at H HAfter 14Mtor
After eattMitcMI lHatox SX 8i at 346 16 cit at at34 at34320tit H Ht
320tit t MO it IN 194184 at 9 at MO at fl
FoMowiBE are the etaAag eaeg pwtaOowHn 1941IY 1941IYked ytelsfftiys ytelsfftiysIOM
ked stock tachitBga eed
tachitBgaGAS
GAS BONDS
Bid Aiktd AekedWeaninsten AiktdM
Washington Gas 4 is M S3AYagbtegfam 101 101iVa0gto
AYagbtegfam Gas cmtftate to a Ito 102RAILROAD 02 105 105Washington 103RAITUOAD
RAILROAD BONDS BONDSCapital BONDSCapitel
Capital Traction fe 110 110Anaeaajfe 114 114Anak
Anaeaajfe and Potomac S SGpstwa 7 34 34Oclumbia
Oclumbia k kQOiu94lda
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Mtuapolitxn 5s SiWeddogton Ifftt IffttWwhlagton
Wwhlagton Railway and BUctrfe 4 4o 78 T2H T2HMI8CKLUANBOUS 31 31Mi8C1li11JANl3OtS
MI8CKLUANBOUS BONDS BONDSPotomac BONDSPotomac
Potomac El Bleetrk otric LJrfit lat St W3H MW MWNorfolk 11 11NOrO13
Norfolk and WMMagtoR tiuamboat 5a Mm MmQmapeate 34914Cbssaptake
Qmapeate and 1ototttM TsJejAoaoSs M 148 i JOBfc
Washington Market Co St MW 191721 i 107 107Wathinston 1TWashington
Washington Market Co 0 fe KS4TM 14274T Mf Mf1UIJIIC 171liiiic
1UIJIIC UTILITY STOCKS STOOKaCapitol STOCKSCapital
Capitol Traction UCK fl4 fl4Washlepton 1 1Washincton
Washincton Uailway awl a Electric com 3 3Wacniagtoa 94 97 97Wahhito
Wacniagtoa Wahhito Railway and BKctrie nW 4 7W 79 Tl TlNoifoOc 11Neefolk
NoifoOc and Washlnctos Stecnboat S60 300 300Georgetema 300WathMton
WathMton Gas 41 81 81Gesessoawn
Georgetema Gas 91 91lIeu 9 9Bell
Bell Telephone of 1onmlanla P HMjrlwiiria 87 95 95TYPE 93TyPE
TYPE MACHINB STOCKS STOCKSIerge OTOCKS3lerssetbaler
3lerssetbaler > Ierge thftler Liaotype LiaotypeWINING 191 394
14551105 Monotype jj 9 9HININO
WINING STOCKS STOCICSGr STOCKSGreene
Gr Greene tM Canaa Cananea Copper Cotat 8 944 n nMttciWH 9 9IllieMli
MttciWH
NATIONAL BANK STOCKS STOCKSAmerican STOCKSAaerlee
American M5 160 160ttlel
Capital J39 J39Ntttlonal 339National
Ntttlonal 34y 185
tmltmWa 185H3 27 27Omnesa1
CJWBWifeial CJWBWifeialIftirmws H3 Kl 3441aimtta
Iftirmws ted Meebaaka MeebaakaLtnqala 391 391Ltuln 3 3CJWBWifeial
Ltnqala Ltuln5fetvso4Itan M MMetmioMtan
MetmioMtan MetmioMtanRfggs 2 2RIga
RIga RfggsSecond RIgalismoed
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Tndare TadoesWaab04gten
Waab04gten Waab04gtenTR1YT
TRUST COMPANY STOCKS
American Security and Tmtt TmttNathwal 9 9Nathesi
Nathwal S Sesia Tiiw and Tnat Th 18S 18SUnion 194 194talon
Union Trw U3 146 146Waildu
Woahtoston Waildu toe Loan and Trwt 191 191Unhed 344 344UeItid
Unhed States Treat 8t 8tRATINGS 83SAVINGS
RATINGS BANK STOCKS STOCKSiieow WFOCKLite
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uieiehaets Rvhante and MedHRta Seftap 3 S SUston
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awaa and has tribe of Shwasttee have etM etMthehr ealdtheir
their farewells and taken formal leave of oftheir oftheir
their favorite hunting and Ashing grounds groundsen
en the Columbia Hirer near what IB to tobe tobe
be the town of White Bluffs Bluff in Dot Douglas DouglasCounty laa laaCounty
County southweet of Spokane The final finalpowwow thisipowwow
powwow and potlatch took place at atnlffht atnight
night arid closed with t t4e e tribal salute to tothe tothecoming
the thecoming coming of the white race raceGraceful raceracofu1
Graceful racofu1 in 1i his gestures and eloquent in intongue Intaatge
tongue Tonwnawafi delivered the fare farewell farewell ¬
well oration holding his people literally literallyapelibouftd literallyipeitboujid
apelibouftd for a quarter of an hour while whilehe whilehe
he glorifIed their deed of valor told of oftheir oftheir
their strusstes against the white man manand masssad
and of their battles with other tribes who whosought whosought
sought to invade the rich valley where wherehe wherebe
he and his tribesmen and their forbears forbearsheld forbearsheld
held sway many years yearsThe yearsThe
The ceremonials were witnessed by a anumber aaumbor
number of Yakimas one time the bitter bitterest hittereat ¬
est foes of the departing tribe also ela by a alarge alarge
large gathering of settlers who came into intotbe intothe
the valley in advance of the transconti transcontinental tsuoconiimental ¬
mental railroad now building thiough thioughWashington thioughWashington
Washington WashingtonThe WashingtonThe
The farewell was preceded by three threedays threedays
days of dancing during which the chief chiefand chiefand
and headmen visited the old stamping stampingground stampingground
ground which marked the scenes of their theirvictories theirvictories
victories In the Takima Indian wars This Thiswas Thiswas
was followed by twelve hours of fasting fastingduring fastingduring
during which the squaws and girls pre prepared propared ¬
pared the camp for the final leavetaking leavetakingWhen leavetakingWhen
When the moon appeared at a certain certainpoint certainpoInt
point In the sky the squaws uaws began a adeath adeath
death chant which was weird and wild in inthe IntIle
the extreme their voices mingling with withthe withthe
the bowling of the coyotes Wlnne Wlnnebishu Winneblahu
bishu declared to be the oldest squaw squawin squawin
in the th Pacific Northwest prostrated her herself h hself ¬
self before the thecentral central lire at the th begin beginning beginning ¬
ning of the chant and as her voice gave gaveexpression gaveexpression
expression to tones like the wail of a alost alost
lost soul the Ires in turn were un uncovered Uncovered ¬
covered and the squaws formed a circle circleabout circleabout
about them At points between the urea Jtresthe ureathe
the headmen took positions each decked deckedin
in the war paint and head feather of the theold
old days daysSquaws daysSquaws
Squaws and girls with the oldfashioned oldfashionedpestle oldfashionedpestle
pestle and mortar ground grain for the thefood thefood
food The corn and wheat had been beencharmed beencharmed
charmed by the medicine men The Tlwchanting Thechanting
chanting of the squaws continued twenty twentyminutes twentyminutes
minutes when Chief Tomanawas arose arosefrom arosefrom
from a crouching position in the center centerof centerof
of the big circle and giving a shout shoutwhich shoutwhich
which echoed along the hills command commanded ¬
ed those assembled to hearken to the last lastvoice lastvoice
voice of the warriors which would ever everbo everbe
bo beard in the Columbia River Valley ValleyAt ValleyAt
At a signal from the chIeftain the ca canoes canoes ¬
noes were paddled out into the swift wa waters weters
ters of the Columbia River and the pass passing passing ¬
ing of the red from the valley became becamea
a matter of history historyThe historyThe
The Pnxsiiif of Korea KoreaIn iCoreaIn
In view of the recent exposures of ofJapanese ofJapanese
Japanese military harshness in Korea Koreathat Koreathat
that has resulted in 1 the destruction of ofscores ofscores
scores of towns and the destitution of ofthousands ofthousands
thousands of people it should be noted notedthat nstedthat
that The Passing of Korea by Homer HomerB
B Hulbert F R G a S remains the thestandard I Istandard
standard treatise on the Korean people peopletheir peopletheir
their history customs and characteris characteristics j jtics
tics as well as their wrongs The author authorresided i iresided
resided in Korea for over twenty years yearsand j jand
and handles his subject subj Ct from the stand standpoint standpoint ¬
point of a veteran veteranA
A score of reliable witnesses have re recently recently ¬
cently come forward to reenforce the tbecharges thecharges
charges made and the author of the thework thework
work is in frequent receipt of letters en encouraging encouraging ¬
couraging him in his light for the rights rightsof rightsof
of the Korean pedple Among those who whouphold whouphold
uphold Mr Hulbert in his propaganda propagandaof
of education are leading diplomatic pee people peepie ¬
pie the heads of mission boards the thebestinformed thebestInformed
bestinformed war correspondents and andtravelers andtravelers
travelers who have made a special study studyof studyof
of conditions in Korea KoreaThe KoreaThe
The Passing of Korea is a fair and andunbiased andunbiased
unbiased account and though Mr Hul Hulberfs Ku Kuberts
berfs revelation about the influence ofi ofiJapan of ofJapan
Japan at first seemed to be almost too toobad toobad
bad to be believed yet the facts whloh whlohare whiobare
are portrayed and the corroborjitlon prove provethe provethe
the book beyond dispute New York YorkDubleday YorkDOubleday
DOubleday Page Co CoThe i iThe
The Ambition of Youth Ybnihftom Youthrranl
ftom Harpers Weekly WeeklyJohnny WekiyJohnny
Johnny why dont you be a good boy boylike boylIke
like your brother Willie Wilier the mother motherwas motherwas
was sternly admonishing her naughty son sonWillie sonWillie
Willie here may maybe be President Boms day dayWhile daywhilo
While you will have to digitiihe dig ha the seweri sowerBut I IBut
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1
ESCORT FOR IREEP IREEPGunfighters
Gunfighters 100 Strong StrongTake StrongTake
Take Flock Over Line LineIHDEEEANCE LIneIN
IHDEEEANCE IN DEFIANCE OF THE COWMEN COWMENGo
Go from Summer Ilauge in Colorado Coloradoto
to Winter WlnterFantnre Pnntnre in Eastern Utah UtahCnrtrldBe IftaliCartridge
Cartridge Belts on GnardK All AllFilled AllFilled
Filled to Limit LimitNo So 3Iarc Daring Daring3Iove DuringMove
Move Ever Made in the West WestHer West1r
Her the efcnan low the iheepraan iheepraanAnd ekeepsuanAnd
And lovef 1oee Mm mighty wail wailAnd eel eelAsd
And ihs theslicogman sJjespman lores l toa the oewmfin oewmfinHa orwmanBe
Ha de door < like likeThe I IThe
The chorus to a song heard often In the thesheep thesheep
sheep camps of the West quavered out on oni onthe
i the crisp rlsp winter < air of the Rookies It Itwas Itwas
was sung by a camp cook cooka a man whose whosehumorous whosehumorous
humorous cast of eye and mouth was at atvariance atvariance
variance with the belt of cartridge about abouthis abouthim
his waist and the Winchester propped proppedagainst proppedagainst
against a tree near at hand handThere handThere
There were other men moving restlessly restlesslyabout restlesslyabout
about mostly Mexican herders and all of ofthem ofthem
them had ad full cartridge belts and guns gunsOn gunsOn
On the surrounding hills were men stand standIng standlug
lug sentinellike They also had cartridge cartridgebelts cartrIdgebelts
belts and guns And all about were weresheep weresheep
sheep and more sheep and nd the tinkle of ofsheep ofsheep
sheep bells and the baa of Iambs filled filledthe filledthe
the air airIt airIt I
It was the great sheep army moving movingfrom j jfrom
from the summer range in the Rocky RockyMountains Rockyiountsins
Mountains in Western Colorado to the thewinter thewinter
winter range on the high plateau of East Eastern Eastera ¬
era Utah And the cartridge belts and andthe andth
the th guns uns and the guards on the surround surrounding surrounding ¬
ing hills were all evidences of the fact factthat factthat
that this great ma of 21 21900 00 sheep was wasbeing wasbeing
being trailed through a hostile cattle cattlecountry cattlecountry
country where the cowmen had sworn to toj toxCt
j exact vengeance from any sheepman who whoi whocreased
i crossed the dead line line3Iuve lineMove
Move a Daring One OneNo OneNo
No such daring move has ever been beenmade beenmade
made In the history of the West For Foryears Foryears
years die unorganized sheepmen have havei haveruffered
i suffered depredations at the hands of the thewellorganized thewellorganized
wellorganized cattlemen cattlemenThe cattlemenThe
The country divided by the Colorado ColoradoUtah ColoradoUtah
Utah line has been one of the battle battlegrounds battlegrounds ¬
grounds between these conflicting inter interests Interoats ¬
oats of tba tb open range Time after time timewhen timewhen
when herders have crossed dead lines linesdrawn linesdrawn
drawn by the cattlemen cowboys have havevisited havevisited
visited the camps of the offending herders herdersand herdersand
and killed the sheep burned the wagon wagonand wagonand
and driven the man back with stern or orders ordoes ¬
does never to return returnThe returnThe
The climax was reached in April of last lastyear lastyear
year when one night on Indian Creek in inWestern InWestern
Western Colorado Peter Swanson a ayoung ayoung
young sheep herder was murdered by bycattlemen bycWtUemon
cattlemen Swanson was accompanied by byhis byhis
his brother and a man named Gourlay GourlayThese GourlayThese
These two men were in camp with Swan Swanson Swanom
son when a band of armed cattlemen cattlemenrode cattlemanrode
rode up and called called to them to surrender surrenderGourlay surrenderCourlay
Gourlay and Peter Swansons brother brotherwere brotherwere
were bound band and foot without re resistance reii ¬
sistance ii tnee but Peter hesitated But before beforethe beforethe
the herder had a chance to draw a weep weapon weepOn ¬
on he was shot ore of the horsemen get getting getting ¬
ting down out of his saddle In order to toget togot
get a better shot at the herder After Aftershooting Aftershouting
shooting the man the horsemen rode rodeaway rodeaway
away in the th darkness leaving two of the theherders thebottlers
herders bound hand and foot and the theother theother
other fatally wounded woundedCarried woundedCarried
Carried to Ranch House HonmeFinally HouseFinally
Finally the th men who were bound man managed managed ¬
aged to get themselves free and carried carriedSwanaon carriedSwanson
Swanson to the nearest ranch house but butthe butthe
the young herder died in a few hours hourssays hourssays
says the New York Sun SunSwansons Sunwaneons
Swansons waneons killing aroused the sheep sheepmen sheepmen ¬
men of Colorado to frenzy The West Western Westem ¬
ern em Wool Growers Association offered offered4W offeredI
4W I reward for the apprehension of the theslayers theslayers
slayers of the herder A strong organiza organization oranIzation ¬
tion was effected among the sheepmen sheepmenand sheepmenand
and in January of this year when it was wasdetermined wasdetermined
determined to move the sheep from the thesummer thesummer
summer range to the plains where they theyfeed theyfeed
feed in winter tbe r sheepmen decided to toadept toadept
adept strenuous methods for mutual pro protection protection ¬
tection tectionThe tectionThe
The sheep feed in summer on the theslopes theslopes
slopes of the Rocky Mountains but in inwinter inwinter
winter they are moved back to the theplains theplains
plains where they find subsistence until untilthe untilthe
the spring suns melt the deep snows from fromthe fromthe
the mountain ranges It is necessary to totrail totrail
trail the sheep many miles across a court country courttry ¬
try where many sheep killings have oc occurred occnned ¬
curred So the sheepmen hired 100 of the thebest thebest
best gunfighters that could be secured in inall inall
all the Western country to pet ct as guards guardswhile guardswhile
while the herds were being moved movedThe movedThe
The sheep were divided Into three divi divisions dlvieloise ¬
eloise of 7080 each Generally sheep travel travelin travelIn
in bands of not more than 2500 The Themassing Themassing
massing of more than 20000 was a sight sightnot sightnot
not soon to tobe be forgotten The divisions divisionsmoved divisionsmoved
moved slowly down the mountain road roadfrom roadfrom
from Montrose toward Grand Junction JunctionBverythlng Junctionveryth1ng
Bverythlng was done with the utmost utmostprecision utmostprecision
precision and vigilance was not relaxed relaxeda
a aft instant instantGuard instantGuard
Guard mounts were changed with mill military milltar3 ¬
tary regularity Scouts were sent ahead aheadand head headand
and at night there were armed watchers watcherssurrounding watcherssurrounding
surrounding every division to guard guardagainst guardagainst
against surprise surpriseCamping surpriseCamping
Camping Outfit Large LargeThe LargeThe
The camping outfit for the army was wasof wasof
of large proportions Scores of burros burroscarried burroscarried
carried the provisions tents c The Thepackers Thepackers
packers herders and guards swelled the tbetotal thetotal
total number of men to more than 200 200and 200and
and every man was armed to the teeth teethand teethnd
and nd ready to do battle to the death deathWhen deathWhen
When the sheepmen reached the scene sceneof sceneof
of Swansons shooting an impressive impressivesight Impressivesight
sight was enacted The young herder Is Isburied isburled
buried where be fell in a a wild and lonely lonelyspot lonelyspot
spot in the mountains mountainsThe mountainsThe
The sheepmen erected a great monu monument montlrnent ¬
ment of stone over the herders grave graveOn STaveOn
On this monument they posted a a notice noticeoffering noticeoffering
offering an increased reward of 10000 for forthe forthe
the apprehension of the men responsible responsiblefor
for Swansons death Leaving this no notice notice ¬
tice on the monument the cavalcade cavalcadepassed cavalcadepassed
passed on Swansons brother was one onewho onewIse
who assisted in putting up the monument monumentover monumentover
over the grave of the young sheep herder herderOn herderOn
On Monday January 13 the sheep army armyencamped armyencamped
encamped across the river from the thriv thriving thrivlug ¬
lug town of Grand Junction Colo Cob Next Nextday Nextday
day it moved across the Grand River Riverbridge Riverbridge
bridge and through the town and out to toward toward ¬
ward the ranges of Utah After leaving leavingGrand leavingGrand
Grand Junction it was frankly in hostile hostiletqrrltory hostileterritory
territory as this part of the range la all allgiven allgiven
given over to cattle business businessSheep businessSheep
Sheep Move Slowly SIovlySheep SlowlySheep
Sheep move slowly under the best of cir circumstances circumatances ¬
cumstances and it was possible for the thecavalcade thecavalcade
cavalcade to make only twelve miles milesday a aday
day It took five hours for the procession processionof
of sheep to pass a given point pointNo pointNo
No demonstration was made by any anyhostile anyhostile
hostile interests and the sheepmen sheepmenreached sheepmonreached
reached their summer range without in incident incidont ¬
cident Indeed it would have taken a asmall asmall
small army of cattlemen to defeat such suchan suchan
an organization of well armed and deter determined determined ¬
mined men menCattlemen menCattlemen
Cattlemen contend that thatthe the sheep feed feedout feedout
out the cattle range and that they are arehelpless arehelpless
helpless against wandering sheepmen who whodo whodo
do not pay local taxes but who run their theirflocks theirfigdkS
flocks Where they will and who have haveruined haveruined
ruined many a cattleman by their ac actions antiara ¬
tiara Dead lines have been drawn drawnand drawnand
and sheep have been slaughtered by thou thousands thousands ¬
sands and in some instances herders herderskilled herderskilled
killed for their temerity in disobeying the themandate thenandato
mandate of if the thecattiemen thecattiemenWhile cattlemen cattlemenWhile
While you think of It telephone telcph ne your yourWant j jWant
Want Ad to The Washington Herald and ansibill j jbill
bill will be sent you at 1 1 cent a ward
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President England of Chamber of ofCommerce ofCommerce
Commerce Shows Hors l Law LawWould aiv aivWould
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the trade bodies in Baltimore I6altius re are much orachwrought muchwrought
wrought up u over the bill inUoOwced in inthe Inthe
the Maryland legislature provMfngr fir firSlate krSlnte
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system of grain inspection A s in operation operationwhich operationwhich
which may be described describedas as an appendage appendageof
of the chamber of commerce of that city cityThe cityThe
The inspectors are appointed and practi practically practlcally ¬
cally employed by the chamber of coin oommerce coinzneree
merce and are the creatures of that bodyCharles body bodyCharles
Charles England in a published Inter Interview Interview ¬
view the other day had the following to tosay tosy
say about the proposed law and Its ef effect cCfeet ¬
feet upon the grain trade In Baltimore BaltimoreThe P PThe
The reports of the provisions of this thisbill thisbill
bill indicate that should the proposed proposedmeasure proposedmeasure
measure become a law it will revolutionize revolution revolutionize ¬
ize the present method of handling grain grainat grainat
at the port of Baltimore If not prove provedisastrous provedisastrous
disastrous to the grain trade tradeThe tradeThe
The proposed law abolishes the present presentsystem presentaysteth
system of grain inspection which is the tberesult theresult
result of years of patient toil on the part partof partof
of the grain trade and will legislate out outof outof
of office all the grain Inspectors who whohave whohave
have efficiently and honestly served the thechamber thechamber
chamber of commerce for years and sup supplant supplant ¬
plant them with men not experienced in inthe Inthe
the handling of grain and without the thetechnical thetechnical
technical knowledge necessary for the ful fulfillment fulflilment ¬
fillment of their important duties dutiesThe dutIesThe
The Inspectors are to be appointed by bythe bythe
the governor for the th four years unless unlesssooner unlesssooner
sooner removed for cause This is one of ofthe ofthe
the most objectionable features of the bill billas billas
as It is claimed by every one familiar with withthe withthe
the grain business that no man is regard regarded regarded ¬
ed as an efficient inspector of grain who whohas whohas
has not had years of experience in that thatspecial thatspecie
special line As evidence of this th the pros present prosant ¬
ant chief inspector of Baltimore has been beenin beenin
in the employ of the Chamber of Com Commerce Cornmoroe ¬
merce thirtythree years the first inspec inspector Inspectot ¬
tot has served in the department over overtwentyfive overtwentyfive
twentyfive years and it Is customary customarynot
not to promote those in the department departmentas
as apprentices to the position of assistant assistantInspector assistantInspector
Inspector until they haw had five years yearsexperience yearsexperience
experience experienceA
A more drastic and Impracticable Impracticablemeasure hupeactlcablemeasure
measure cannot be conceived than the tbeproposed theproposed
proposed bill and If put Into effect it itwill itwilt
will not only drive the Western grain graintrade graintrade
trade to near competing points but will willplace willplace
place upon Maryland producers or deal dealers dealers ¬
ers hardships for which there are no nocompensating nocompensating
compensating features It will eventual eventually ¬
ly put upon the Maryland grain producers producersa t ta
a burden which they cannot stand be because because ¬
cause it would be a matter of impossi impossibility impoosibility ¬
bility for grain coming from other States Statesto Statesto
to be handled under such absurd condi conditions condtions ¬
tions The small amount of Maryland Marylandgrain Marylandgrain
grain which is received at the port of ofBaltimore ofBaltimore
Baltimore will under the proposed chang changed changed ¬
ed conditions ba taxed for practically the theentire theentire
entire expense of maintaining the State Stateinspection StateInspection
inspection department That Maryland Marylandgrain Marylandgrain
grain alone cannot support an Inspection Inspectiondepartment inspectiondepartment
department is evidenced from the fact factthat factthat
that there was received at Baltimore dee during deelog ¬
log the year 1907 ilttSffl bushels of all allkinds allkinds
kinds of grain of which approximately approximatelythere appromatelythere
there was received from the State of ofMaryland ofMaryland
Maryland 2000000 bushels of about 4 per percent percent
cent centBaltimore Baltimore grades have been establish established established
ed after years of experience and are areknown areknown
known all pver the world To change the thepresent thepresent
present system and grades Would uld ba bathrowing bethrowing
throwing away all the advantages which whichhave whichhave
have been boon3 secured for Baltimore and andstart andstart
start anew under strong competition competitionfrom competitionfrom
from neighboring ports also under ad adversQ adverse
verse conditions and it is impossible to toconceive toconceive
conceive that the business could be main maintnlned maintamed
tamed after this change changeEmigration changeEmigration
Emigration from Asia Minor MinorConsul MinorConsul
Consul E I L Harris of Smyrna SmynL1reports SmynL1reportsthet reports reportsthe
the thet the number of peasants emigrating emigratingfrom emigratingfrom
from Asia Minor to the United States is islarge Islarge
large sp much so that the Ottoman gov government government ¬
ernment fearful lest the whole province provincebe
be depleted of ablebodied men Iran re refused refused ¬
fused to permit any one to leave l ae the thecountry thecountry
country except upon giving a guaranty guarantythat guarantythat
that he will return There is in sntte of ofthis ofthis
this restriction however a considerable considerableemigration considrab1eemigration
emigration going on both to the United InitedStates UnitedSt4tea
States and to Egypt The peasants smug smugglfe smuggte
glfe themselves out of 01 the country hy sail sailing saillag
lag vessels to Greece whence they axe axefree areo3oereverthe3w
free to o3oereverthe3w go wherever they wlao

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