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2 THE WASHINGTO iHERiALD JERALDSUNDAY EBALD SUNDAY MAT 8 1910
STEEL TRUST SETS SETSASIDE SETSASIDE
ASIDE LARGE FUNDTwelye FUND FUNDrelYe
Twelve Million Dollars for forBenefit forBcnefit
Benefit of Employes EmployesFORMS EmployesFORMS
FORMS ORMS PENSION PEN ON ENDOWMENT ENDOWMENTct ENDOWE NT NTAct I
Act ct nrliiKfl Praise Prn hie from People PcolJc of ofBroad ofDronci
Broad Ml JIInclCr1tlcK ml Critics i vof of Corpora Corporation CorllornHon ¬
tion Comment Humbly IInr2Ch1 Upon Its ItsHiKtorr It ItIIhltoc
HiKtorr IIhltoc anrt a nd Method MCtIkOdIIrThCY Thcy JUdl JUdlculc IUcUculc
culc Its > Dcncfactlonn DcncfactlonnUy DenefactlonllY
Uy J GLUTTON RANSOM RANSOMTiw nSSOJIit
it t tTbe
The UNMI UNtod States Stool tetI 01 Generation IMS IMSMtaWWrat 1m 1mMWthM 5 5HtaWllllell
MtaWWrat a ftwd r of o JStoOi000 11OhY3 OO for pension pensionpotpom JXIDIiDnwllkb nMon nMonwbdi
potpom which by 1nWIt B OK MI with Mr Ir An Andww A AwIU
dww eir CtoMgte Cszte will be tfcnMliikted with wHhtb wlUltM withthe
tb tM KMttt W r Imid and famtofofe rau ced ed d by b him kirnTbt himTbe
Tb Tbt nmftBte amount will 1JC x > kaown a aThe as asUldted
The United UUtI Stole S4a 4aWs SUel rail 1 Camogte IM IMktao l n nJIucI
gc ktao Wua i and UM act et proceubr will be beiiid beall
all dauIeNI iiid I lrtimd 1 Lu by a board ot twolw trastoes trastoesfor tnIWMfCll tnto
for th twHt of o estptojws of all sllto b
ec to of o the Uistwt StalsvStMl StalsvStMlOorpMotfcM SbSt SbStWgItt
OorpMotfcM Mgbt st of t the tnUcs t1W IMTO IMTObeen TO TOb0II
been amIed pp l by the oerpwaOwuasd e fMr fMrbr Wr Wrbr
br Mr I 4c Omtste OmtsteThe Cantll6eTh as s
i
The Th foregoing announcemont by tho thoSteel thoSteel
Steel Corporation following that of M MCarnegie MP r rlarneste
Carnegie about three thr thre weeks ngo when he hedevoted hedtoted hE
devoted his hI contribution to the pension pensionfund p nslon nslonfund
fund UflI for emptoyos mtploy is hMchfr hl Ihty < hty Intarosting IntarostingBoth IfttGro tIA tIABoth
Both announcements a1UtOU usouneement CeDMAUJ follow on advance in inwages InVase ti tiwages
wages paid to steel workers wMkersftveroglng averaging C Cper Gper
per cent It all L affords iTortI proof of a more moreliberal morelibt mor
liberal libt > ral policy polk of one of the biggest b eat and andmost andtnl aa aa1nt
most tnl t powerful pow rCul Industrial enterprises In InNorth Inorth Ix
North orth America toward its tt salaried Iarletl and andwaneearning andw fl4
waneearning w tJteearnl subordinates subordinatesThe au ubordtflftteSThe bordlnatNThe
The realisation of o this th plan to provide providepensions prnIdenillons prorWipenxlons
pensions nillons for disabled and superannuated superannuatedworkers 8uPttrannuatelwafken
workers is I pare of a movement which whichhas whichhft whIrlbeen
has been gaining pinln headway In ti Bnrepa UOPC and andths aadtl1 a aths
tl1 ths country for more than ton years The Thsf ThefftlInlr Thi ThiuitlIng
f fftlInlr < vling has been growing growtn among right rightminded rlghtmlndll
minded capitalists who In their way 1 are arephilanthropic arel1anthlOpte at atllanthrope
philanthropic and sympathetic by nature naturethat naturethat ntuz ntuzthat
that provision ought to be made through throughliability throuiailablUty
liability insurance pension Cunds iMsUI or other othermeans oUOImean8 othorneana r
means to afford fZord men who have given giventheir SIOAthtlr
their lives Un to building up these great on ontfrprises ontfrprises ontfrpr1NO
tfrprises a living lIvtn after ago go o or infirmity infirmityli InftrntIt t
h IK fastened fetters f ten of inability to labor laborupon laborupon Isibo Isiboupon r tr
upon them Whatever opinion one Ofl may mayhold may110hl ma
hold upon the ethics of trusts and their theirvast tholra thot r
thotI
vast a ast t accumulations of wealth wth It must mustbo musthI mus mushi I
bo hi granted that the establishment c of ofthis orthis o
this annuity fund to in the interests of ofthe orth o
the th > uplift of humanity humanityIn nlt7 nlt7In
In flood Financial Humli HumliIt IInnIIt
It can ca be said Id that the earlier Ma MabnltY MabnltY1nsurance bUIt Witty Wittyinsurance y
insurance plan and this later pension en endowment eAdowment ¬
dowment fund established by the Steel SteelCorporation SteelCorporad9n Ste I
Corporation is 1 In good financial hands handsassuring banf1R
assuring R f1l1rtng to the beneneiarics bene elaries the t payment paymentof
of if their annuities while the Steel Ste < l Cor Corporation CorporaUon ¬
poration exists ex leU as a large larg and command commandIng commanding I
Ing power in the industrial growth owth of this thiscountry U1I6stountry thi s
thiIt
country True TrueS the same power whicli whicligrants whloltT8nw whkx It
grants T8nw the boon can ca withhold it It but it itis I
is hardly to be conceived that the Steel SteelCorporation SteelCorporation SteE I
Corporation bad as some people seem to tobelieve t tiIleve
believe 11 > IIeve it to be could inaugurate such suchbenefits suchbeneftts
benefits for the good of its I I employes for forany Corany
any other pwposo than that declared declaredThe deel rod rodThl
The Th fact is praiseworthy and the policy policywhich polle pollewhich
which Inspired it is commendable commendableCritictam commehdableCrlttellMa commendableCrtt1c1es
Critictam of the th Steel Corporation and andits aDdIts
its meliMtis meUMd18 to not lacking Men holding holdingthe bohllngthe
the high position po of economists economl tM have haveopenly havoopenly
openly COIIdo condemned med the practices prncU < etI in In Industry Induotr7 Industry ¬
dustry which lint made possible pol lbJe INCh aaehorganisations INChorpnlHUens euchorgantaU
organisations organtaU na a the th Steel Corporation Corporationand CorporatJ n nRnd
and then place in its It hands so o many mil millions millions mu ¬
lions Iton in proms that it has no legitimate legitimateway logltJmat4tway legitimatevay
way of investing them except in public publiclibraries puutlclIbrarle
libraries insurance ln uranco socfotiec for disabled disabledworkers dIMblooworkent
workers and pension endowments for foraged tra foraged
aged a d workers workersThese workenrThHemen
These ThHemen men argue that the show of ofliumanitarianlsm
liumanitarianlsm 11 at t tho ODd of a M period periodof periodlIf
of piracy In production of one of the themost themOMt thepxOnt
most needed commodities of modern life lifecomes lirecornea
comes flJ with bad d grace Men en of keen keenanalytical keenmalytlcal
analytical intellects cannot get by many manyunpleasant 1Mn 1Mnunpleaant
unpleasant facts fact in the history hl8tor of o the theSteel theStfl41
Steel Trust The capitalization of the thegreat thegr
great gr at corporation whereby iu It principal principalpromoters l lpromoters
promoters were placed amoag the righest righestmen righeatmen righeotnxen
men in the world without lthout the investment investmentof
of anything anthh like Jlk the values which their theirholding Utelrholdlnp
holding hldln represented after the scheme schemehad JlChemehad
had been worked out to Its tremendous tremendousfinancial tremendoufinancbll
financial results is looked upon upon by b many manyinrn manymn
inrn as a the culmination of a system of ofstork ortOk ofstork
stork tOk anti bond jugglery which Is de denominated dennml donominatM ¬
nominated nnml tfid br no less 1 ugly word than thanrobbery thanrobbery thanrubbery
robberyThe robberyThe robbery rubberyThe
The organizatIon or nlUon of the corporation un undoubtedly undlmMed7 undiuhOdly ¬
doubtedly took from tho pockets of many manythrough manythrouah
through Investments Ine uaenbl hi the he newly loaned teuedsecurities loanedeurIUeo ued uedftturtUes
securities eurIUeo of ot the corporations millions millionsupon mllUonsupon miliionupon
upon million of dollars which wore added addedto addedto addedto
to the private fortunes orUlnCM of Mr lr Carnegie CarnegieMr CarnoSlMr CarnogIpMr
Mr Gary and others of the American Americanmillionaire AmerlCtlnmUltonalre Amoricanmillionaire
millionaire class classScholars cia ciaholaltl ciaieholara
Scholars holaltl financial writers and publi publicists publlclts pubitdata ¬
data who ho talk in this way wa about the theoperations theoparatlone theoperation
operations of the Steel Corporation charge chargeopenly chnrgeopen chargeopenly
openly open that while htIe this thl stock toek Jobbing and andbond andbond andbontl
bond selling > < process proe wag wa going olng forward forwardthe forwardthe forwardthe
the price of the product turned out by bythe byt bythe
the t h factories tabtorl of the company was wa held heldat heldat holdat
at an Inordinately high price priceKncniiiK priceJIInanhlJH priceICninlugs
KncniiiK Culled lrcdntorY PredatoryThe lrcdntorYThe lrcdntoryThe
The argument 1 Is 1 that the vast earn earnings earnInKIt earn1xxg ¬
ings 1xxg of the corporations
which hleh
gave some somesecurity IOmefcurlty somexcurity
security to the enormous onormou issues ls uef of stock stocksnd stocknnl
snd 8 nd bonds which bleh were sold to investors investorswere Invcetorspre
were wtq pre e predatory in character and wrong ¬
fully accumulated It is i declared that the
first care of the steel teel trust after finding
It revenues swelling wellln to unwieldy propor ¬
tions tion should have been en to cheapen the theproduct theproduct theproduct
product and give to th th9 consumer partor part partof partof
of the benefit ben ftt accruing cc ailn from lessened
ex expenses exj cxpenses ¬
penses j through organization and good
financiering financieringTo
To put tho climax to the statement it
has bean said by b the critics of the
cot corporation cotpration or orJI ¬
poration JI raUon that If It h had d paid good
wages wagesalways WftgesalW1l9 wagesalwayO
always and Atel favored the t th consumer of the theproduct theproduct theproduct
product logically th the
profits of the cor corporation corraton corporation ¬
poration raton would Id have been kept within
uounus wnlCh woiril would wuuu1 not have permitted permittedcasting permittedCaUng permittedcasting
casting a sop to Cerberus Cer ru In the way Wft of o
libraries ibrarle for the workmK classes da
ses and in insurance fn8uran Insurance ¬
surance 8uran liability and pension endowments endowmentsto
to to disabled and superannuated workers worcors worcors1very
Every EE > rr Question of this kind has ha at atleast at1fat atet
least et two WO sides both of which have been
her here presented preonled When It is taken into intoconsideration Intoc intoccnsideratlon
consideration c < that the
ago Is one of cor corporate corporate corporate ¬
porate enterprise that In the great in ¬
dustrial movement of our day da tho Steel
Corporation occupies occunJOIIa a position no dif dlr1tront ¬
ferent from that of numerous other aim ¬
liar onterprlscjK enterprlo that the methods used
by this thi corporation are those
prevalent prevalenteverywhere prevalentNwhero prevalenteverywhere
everywhere > even In tho increasing of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the capital stock of
local banks banksone one gets getsa getsa
a view that hat largely larJ < ly justine the mergers mergersrf mtrgersflC j
rf thc rorporfttion which wl h novfSf nowlrplonr now J Jpioneer ji jipioneer
pioneer in rrartlraJ l bnfilnre bnfilnreD cnpfl Pnre Pnrea
a r plon rICntN pr in J jr working WN lug out outlures outtures outN
N lures Of f Ute Ul American Arne me I Ican nn J
BONDS Iff FULL SUPPLY SUPPLYJMaclnjr SUPPLYJlnelnJ SUPPLYncin
JMaclnjr il ncin Large Lnr e Amount 1I1ol1nb In Europe EuropeDoc E11rol1eDOCIII Europefoci
Doc DOCIII Not ot Affect Home Market MarketPlacing MarketPlacing InrketPlacing
Placing of huge amounts of new bonds bondsin bondsIn bondsEurope
in Init Europe Isr fgextremcl3cncou ls extremely encouraging = stn but butit butIt butis
it itis is woll to realize that our bond market marketIs marketJust
Is isth Just as fully supplied as ever In fact factthe tactthe faate
the th e floating supply of bonds at home Is Islikely Islikely
likely lik ely to be larger at the end of May Maythan Maythan Mayan
than th thla an it wa was at th thu end of April for dur during dUrIng dutg ¬
ing la latio g the current month important nota notations flotations Ilotans ¬
tions tio ns are due and not all of them will bo bosubscribed bombs bebscribed
subscribed su mbs rlbed < for by b foreigners foreignersMoreover forelgnc s slloreoQr
Moreover the price paid for the Issues Issuesgoing Issuesgoing Issuesing
going go goan ing abroad while not yet et definitely definitelyannounced definltel definltelannounced definitelynounced
announced an nounced will probably prove to be bounusually beunuSUalI beusually
unusually unuSUalI un usually favorable to the buyer The Thebond Thebond Thend
bond bo nd market propel will bo helped less lessthem lessthftn lessan
them th thfn an tho foreign exchange market in infnet Inn9t inqt
fnet fn n9t qt the effect in this direction ia pot porhaps pothlips petps
haps hn ps tho most valuable fruit of tho latest latestdevelopment Inte latestvelopment t tdeoTk
development deoTk de deIs velopment > pm nt Tho home inquiry for bonds bondsIs bOQ boxdsstill s
Is still lethargic lethargicNEW lethargicNEiW lethargIcNV
NEW RAILROADS IN SOUTH SOUTHSeventynix SOUTHSccnQlllx SOUThrentyIx
Seventynix Se rentyIx Companies Formed Rep ReprcAcmtlnsr RcpreH
rcAcmtlnsr reH tnUnJr 3000 000 Miles of Track TrackSeventysix TrucleSeveM TrackSevetyoix
Seventysix SeveM lx new railway corporations corporationswhich corporationswhich
which w hIch prqpose to construct about 5000 5000miles 5Oiles 000 000miles
miles m iles of tmck t ck in the Southern States is isthe I
the th e record of new undertakings reported reportedsince reportedsince reportednce
since si nce r tho beginning of the year Otr It Is Isnot Isnot
not n ot known what the financial stability stabilityof 5tabUlt 5tabUltoC stabilitythose
of these oompanloe may be asd what whattho whattho whate
tho th e probabilities probnl 1Utles are for the final com completion completion cornetion ¬
pletion pl etion of the lines proposed but the thefacts thGfncts thects
facts fa cts show the groat Interest of South Southern Southorn Southn ¬
ern el n men and capitalists I in the develop development doelopment developent ¬
ment m ent of transportation facilities In Dixie Dixieawl DlxloAnet Dixioa4
awl a4 tf a fair average of the proposed proposedlines proposedlIn
lines lIn li ntu shall be finished it will be a good goodrecced goodrce gooded
recced rce re ed d for the th South in the year ear 1910 1910Including 1910InQludln 1910Inq1udInr
Including InQludln Missouri and Oklahoma the thetetat thotetal thetal
tetat to tal number of new companies is ninety ninetyand ninetyand ninetynd
and a nd their total projected length 73M 73Mmiles 73Mmiles 73 73iles
miles m iles None of these tll figures nsur includes includesstreet IncludceIllNt includesreet
street St reet railways although electric Inter intorurban InterurbAn interrban
urban u rban lines have been taken account of ofsosidts otbo ofeskies
bo b sosidts ldl others
vhicn latttnd to use gaso gasoline guolIno gasone ¬
line li ne motive power powerAH powerAII powerAll
AH are now enterprises O terprllics mono chartered charteredor L Lr
or o r formed previous Ious to the period p rlod under underconsideration undereonsldCration untleronsideration
consideration c being enumerated enumeratedACTIVITY enumeratedACTIVITY
I
ACTIVITY A 1H CHEVY CHASE CHASEFisher CHASEFisher I I Iisher
Fisher F isher lCo Co Report Many Sales in inSubdivision inSubdivision ui I ISubdivision
Subdivision SubdivisionPnrchn SubdivisionParchnlurlltot Subdivisionnrchasrsiof
Pnrchn Parchnlurlltot P crs of Lots Bnllil DuUclllOtLCII HonJcn nnd nndTvro nudIwo ant I ITwo
Iwo Club homes Are Go GoInj GoIn GoIng
Inj In Ing Up UpTho UPTAn UpTh
TAn Th omen of Thomas J Fisher ft Co Coroporta Coroports Coeports
roporta r steadily HtORdtl Increasing activity both bothia bothill bothft
ia i ft city and suburban realty Along C Con Conncetieut Conecticut n nnoctlettt
noctlettt n avenue extended and in Chevy
Chase C hase this is specially noticeable Prob Probably Probably Probbly
ably a bly nowhere in or around aroun the District Districtare Districtare DistrictbuSIer
are busier bu ler scenes enes being enacted enn too than at atChevy atCMy athevy
Chevy C hevy Chase Heights which has reached reachedtho reachedtho reachedhe
tho t he stage t ge where whe 1 streets ets wlM viM seen IO m be e ebroght eroeght
j brought b to their proper grade to con conform conform conorm ¬
form f orm to the District Dlmdct regulations regulationsThe regulailonThu regulationaThe
The bills along alon the tll Connecticut avenue avenuefront avonuoFOnt avenueront
front f FOnt will soon disappear to give place placeto plRceto phweo
to t o a fourfoot terrace This will improve improvenot Improenot improveOt
not S Ot only tho th property prQperty tut ut t also the ap appearance appra apearance ¬
pearance pra p earance e of Connecticut avenue
A number of sales are reportaJ In InChevy Ini Inhevy
i Chevy C hevy Chase Heights Helsh by the Fisher Com Company Compony Cornuny ¬
pony p uny most of which are to buyers who whoare whoarc whore
are a re only waiting tbo completion of im improvements ImlrWementJJ ¬
provements lx to begin building build In operation operationAmong operaUonliAmon operatIonsAmong
Among Amon the sales of the past few days dnysIn daysIn daysn
In i n Chevy Chev Chose D C is one to Dalngerfleld DflinItcrfteld Daln Dftiiterfield
gerfleld g Parker Park r who purchased purcbn ed a fifty fiftyfoot fiCt fiCtCoot fiftyoot
foot f oot addition to his present holdings holdingsAnother holdingsAnothor holdingsAnother
Another SEIZe in this section is one one to toMrs toMr toMrs
Mrs Mr Florence H Platt who has hn pur purchased purehaH1 purhased ¬
chased c a fiftyfoot frontage on the south 30UUlsklo southside
side s ide of Oliver street streetFrancis streetFranctR streetFrancta
Francis P Burgham has bought bought an ad additional addltlonftl aditional ¬
ditional d frontage on the south side of ofPatterson oCPatterS ofatterson
Patterson P atterson n street streetIn streetIn trcetIn
In section No 2 several sales 108 are noted notedTayloo MtedTayloo notedaylco
Tayloo T aylco Pollock teas purchased an add additional udtUtlenal addlonai ¬
tional t lot adjoining his hi house on Hesketh Heskethstreet Hekethtreet Heskethtreet
treet streetThe s treetrho treetrho
rho building activity a Urity in Chevy Chase is isone Isone isne
one o ne of the most t notable features f atures of the therealty therelb theealty
realty r market This movement not only onlyembraces onl onlmbracec onlymbraces
embraces e a great number of private privatedwellings privatedweUlngs privatewellings
dwellings d but bu butinclu includes the new homes of oftho oftbe ofhe
tho t he Chevy Chev Chase and the Columbia Coun Country Country Counry ¬
try t ry clubs clubsOno clubsOno clubaOne
Ono of tho seasons most mo t notable sales salesIn al08In salesn
In i n the suburban section ectlO is the property propertyinvolved proportyInOITOI propertynvolved
involved I in one of the new homes just justcompleted justcompleted justornpldted
completed c on the soist sOt south t side oC Morrison Morrisonstreet Morrisontreet lorrlsonstreet
street s treet Chevy Chev Chase D C The purchaser purchaseris
is i s a member of o the Diplomatic Corps CorpsThe CorpsThe CorpsThe
The home is of colonial design with a abresd abroad abroad
broad front porch and center hall Tho Thoftrst Thofirsl Thefirst
first floor includes drawing room library librarydiningroom JI librarydlningioom bra r rdlnln
diningroom dlnln Joom butlers pantry and kitchen kitchenThe kitchenThe kitchenThe
The second floor Is taken up with several severallarge sevenillarge severalarge
large l arge bed chambers sewing wlng rooms and andbath anrllHlth andbath
bath A feature of this floor is a large largecovered Inrgecov largecovered
covered cov red sleeping porch with a Southern Southernoutlook SOuUlernlutlook Southernoutlook
outlook This house 1 1M
one of two re recently reeenUy cccently ¬
cently completed complet t 6 1y V John Simpsons SlmP t us Sons SonsThe Sonsrhe SonsThe
The price was 111000 111000GEOCERS 11000GROCERS ii iiGROCERS
GROCERS IN OPPOSITION OPPOSITIONXcw
Xcw Xe OrlcaiiK Association ApnlnstMr A Against AgainstMi alnKt
Mr 11 Moore Moores Elimination Dill DiliThe DillThe DillThe
The Now Orleans Orlt nl Wholesale hoJoMlo Grocers GrocersAssociation GrocersAssociation GrocraAssociation
Association is aroused in opposition to toRepresentative to toRepresentative o oRepresentative
Representative Moores measure levying a atax atax j
tax of tW f annually annual on all dealers In the theDistrict theD theDistrict
District D trlet of Columbia who sell foods foodsdrygs CoodsdfJgs foodsdrigs
drygs or beverages to different classes classesof classesoC classesof
of persons at different prices pricesGeorge pricesGeorge I IGeorge
George P Thompson president pr sldent of the theassociation theassocIation theassociation
association says sa g that If made a law it itwould Itwould Itwould
would mean the extermination of all roe recognized rccob roeognized ¬
ognized ob lzed legitimate distributors other otherthan otherthan i ithan
than the firsthand man manThe mnnThe manThe
The passage of this t is bill said Mr ltrThoTJ11Son Mrrlionpson
while effective only in the theDfttrlct theDistrict I IDistrict
District Of oCColumbla Columbia at this time would wouldresult wouldrosult wouldresult
result in a commercial c mmerclal disturbance dlfturbanee that thatthis thatthis thatthIs
this country countr has never experienced be before before hefore ¬
fore If Congress Congr ss should display a slight slightdisposition slightdhlposltion alightdisposition
disposition to tofavor Javor favor any an of the th principles principlesembodied principlesembodld principlesembodied
embodied in the measure the entire ex existing exIsting cxisting ¬
isting basis of trade through the country countrywould countrywould j jwould
would would consider it with grave npprehen npprehenslo1
slo1 The law Is sufiklenth drastic I
I change the entire fundamental basis of ofcommerce orcommorce ofcommerce
commerce commercePnlilic commorcePublic commercePublic
Public Drinking Cup Goes GoesPublic GOCKPublic GoesPublic
Public drinking cups have been abol abolished abolIshed abolished ¬
ished by the t e State Board Doarv ioai of health m mevery fn fnoer Inevery
every oer city In Wisconsin fsconsln and nd a similar similarbill similarbill similarbill
bill is pending pending in Massachusetts lasS cliusotts This Thisseems Thissecmsa Thisseems
seems secmsa a drastic drnstf order but the new bub bubbling bubbling bubhung ¬
bling drinking fountains that are spring ¬
ing up everywhere and the thepenn penny in the theslot theslot theslot
slot machines which slip out neat little littleglazed littleglazed littleglazed
glazed paper cups make It perfectly pos possible possUtle possitle ¬
sible to get L a drink wIthout swallowing swallowinga
a Jot ot of germs germs from one of of o the oldtaah1 oldtaah1ioned oldlSsh oldlSshioncd oldrashtoned
toned drinking jrI drthkin lkln tins tinsThp eps epsThi
Thp stocks of meat at thr end of March Marchin j jm i
m in five principal packing r enters 139119 139119Pounl8
ta9pn1s Pounl8 were jess ess than half tho th quan I
FILLS THE SOUTH SOUTHII1H SOUTHWITH SOIITIIITll
WITH ITll INDUSTRYSouthern INDUSTRYSoutherll INDUSTRY IIDUSTRYoiitliein
Southern S Railway Prosecutes ProsecutesContinuous ProsecutesContinuous
Continuous Campaign CampaignIT
IT I T SEEKS GOOD SETTLERS SETTLERSDepartment SETTLERSDepartmcnt SETTLERSDepartment
Department with Ult llcndeiuarter In InWaslilnston InVo8hlngton inVnsliington
Waslilnston K Un itiss Aanvmbleil Per Permanent Pcrmnnent lerinniicnt ¬
manent Exhibition of Souths Re HcHoiirccic ReIIIourcc ResourccsUses
Hoiirccic sourccsUses Ultcll UNCK It J an Mean UenJi of Lur 1nrIUK Lurlu Luriug
IUK lu Workers to Dixieland DixielandA
I
A constant effort looking looking toward the theupbuilding theupbuUdlns theuphuilding
upbuilding of industries Ihi the South Southand Southand SQuthrni
and a rni attracting homoseekors and settlers settlorswho Ie settlerswho ttl on onwho
who will make desirable citizens for the thecountry thecountry theountry
country c along its lines Is made by the theSouthern theSouthorn theSouthern
Southern Railway Company through its itsland Itsland Itsand
land l and industrial department departmentAt
At the headquarters of this depart department deportmont departmoat ¬
mont which hlch occupies a threo story build building bul1lIng buildng ¬
ing i ng at Pennsylvania Penn lrnnlft avenue and ai Thirteen Thlrtflenandahalf Thirteenandahalf Thirteenandahalf
andahalf street has been collected a adisplay adlspla adisplay
display of the agricultural manufactured manufacturedmineral manufacturedmlnoral manufacturedmineral
mineral and forest products of the South Southwhich Southwhich Southwhich
which in themselves constitute a com comprehensive comprohenslve cornprohenalvo ¬
prehensive permanent exposition expo ltlon of the theterritory theterritory theterritory
territory south outh of the Ohio and Potomac PotomacRivers PotomncRivers PotomacRivers
Rivers find east of the Mississippi This Thisis Thiss
is i s open at all times to the inspection of ofovory orOYUry 01 01overy
ovory one it has lt been ea visited by thou thousands thouMnds thousands ¬
sands and has been the means of Inter Interesting Interesting ¬
esting many man prospective settlers In the theSouth thoSouth th thSouth x
South and bringing to this section the themost themost themost
most desirable de trnblo class Ia of ol citizensShown elU2 citizens dttzeflsShown nll nllShown
Shown nt n t Pairs In Irll and Impositions ImpositionsThis EXIJOdt1onThl
This Thl permanent exposition expo fUoft as a nucleus nucleusmakes nucl nuclmakes nucleisimakes S
makes it possible po for the Southern Rail Railway Railway ¬
way to make attractive exhibits at fairs fairsand CalIsaOO fair fairani 8
and expositions in the North and West Westwhich
WesiS I Iwhich
which make a splendid showing for the theSouth thES S I II
South No matter how short notice the thedepartment thEdepartment S i idepartment
department may have It is ready and andable an anable I Iblo
able blo to make a creditable display of th thvaried thvaried < 3 3varied
varied products produc of the country covered coveredby coveredby covere covereby
by the lines of the th Southern Railway RailwayIn
In addition to this exhibition of south southern southern southem ¬
ern em products and manufacturers has been beencollected b bcollected beescollected
collected a mass m of information about aboutthe aboutthe abouthe
the South which has ha been etamifled and andarranged andarranged anx anxarranged
arranged in such a manner that at atmoments a amoments amoment
moments notice the most detailed facts factscan Cactscnn fct fctcan
can be given as to the products and resources re resources re ccsources ¬
sources of say county unty through t roagk which whichline a aline aline
line of e tho Southern Railway nauyThl8 passes passesThis
This compendium of information about aboutthe aboutthe abouthe t
the South which Is i without an equal equalrepresents equn equnrepresents
represents roproaon s the work of years of intelli eqvnll ¬
gent ent and persistent labor hi studying ltud 4UEIa th thcountry the tbteoun thecountry >
eoun country ry and gathering those facts acts which whiclwill whlcllwfU whichwill
will properly proper show to tho world Grld its at attractive attracUO attractivo
tractive features featuresLocate CraturosJocntc featuresLoexiles
Locate a Sew Xc Industries ImltiitrlcnWith InctuoItrlcNVIU IndustriesWitit
With VIU this thl information in hand the de department de departmnt dopartnxent
partment has labored in the special wor worof work worko woriof
of o locating industries at ail points alone alonithe alonethe a1ou a1outhe
the companys comp a lines and in inducing de deslrsble de deslra dostrablo
slrsble slra lo settlers in tho North and Wes Wesani We WeanI Yet Yetan1
ani in Northern Europe to turn toward towardthe towardthe towardtist
the South to make their homes homesThe homeeTbe homesThe
The success pC this work can be seen seenby leftby seesby
by a reference to Ute last annual annlreport annlreportwhich annu report reportwhich
which shows that during during the year yea al ended endedJune ondedJune oMetJune
June 38 lOt there therewere were located along aIOn ng
tho lines of the Southern Railway Railwaynew Ran1l7ne RallwayI53 RallwayI53new
new ne Industries calling for an investm investmof bIVe8 investmdnt investmdntof At AtoC
of 80413835 and addItions to existing exIatIn in industries Induatries n nduetrle ¬
dustries amounting to 7 7583935 During Duringthe Durtnithe Duringhe
the t he same period construction was begun begunon begunon
on industries to be completed later in inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which Si473100 433M9 will be invested investedDuring InntedDuring InvestedDuring
During the same year along g the lOCO lOCOmiles 1000miles 11100miles
miles covered by b the Mobile obUe and Ohio OhioRailroad OhioRailroad OhioRailroad
Railroad there were re constructed con fiftyfive fiftyfivenew ftUyftvenew fiftyAvenew
new industries Industri costing g S21230Ml = uaa While Whileadditions Whileadditions blle blleaddltlonll
additions to existing ext nr plants plan l raised the theInvestment theInntment thenvestment
Investment i nvestment to 522W70J iol During the past pasteight p pasteight st stelrht
eight years etlrg investments along the lines Hnesof HnHor linesof
of the Southern Utorn Railway and th the Mobile Mobileand MobUeaM Mobilegall
and Ohio Railroad have reached the theenormous theoncrmoUl theenormous
enormous figure fi re W8MM09 61SOII In which whichwork whichwork whichwork
work for the upbuilding of the South the theland thelanel thelanEl
lanel and Industrial department of the theSouthern theSouthern theSouthern
Southern Railway which also serves rYe the theMobile UteloblIo theMobile
Mobile and Ohio has ha played an im important Important hnportant ¬
portant pert pertAttract IJQrtAttrnetlll partAitracla
Attract New Xe Settler SettlerThough ScttlcrThough SettlerThough
Though the work of o attracting A settlers settlersto settlersto
to tho South was WII conducted for years yearsunder yearsunder yearsunder
under difficulties dU difflcultle culUe which would have dis dismayed dl dlmayed U Umnyecl ¬
mayed men with less patience p tleMe or or with withless withloss
less faith in the South her varied re resources resources resources ¬
sources and her ultimate future the theSouthern theSouthern theSouthern
Southern Railway was fortunate in hav having havIng haying ¬
ing selected for this work a corps of o men menwho menwho menwho
who had a clear vision 181on of the work ork be before Mtore before ¬
fore them and the campaign was 8S carried carriedon
on At first there were few results As Astime Aatime Astime
time went on prospects became brighter brighterand brlKhterand brighterand
and today the department is having as asmuch asmuch asmuch
much success in this branch of its It work workas workas workSte
as it is having in locating new industries industriesPersonal hwlu industriesPersonal trles trlesPerJlOnal
Personal work is the method employed employedThrough employooThrough employedThrough
Through exhibits at fairs aixs In the North Northand 1orthand Northand
and West SYcat through liberal
advertising in inthe Inthe L Lthe
the papers PftP < rs that reach the class of set settlers settlers settiers ¬
tlers that the South desires now living livingin IhlngIn ltvin ltvinin
in the North ami West r t
and in Northern NorthernEurope XorthernEuropc L LEurope
Europe and through the wide distribu distribution dl dIstribution trlbu trlbutron ¬
tion of literature descriptive of the South Southby Southb Southby
by b its agencies the department is putting puttingthe puttingthe
the advantages of the South before the theeyes theCOS theeyes
eyes of the world In a most attractive attractivemanner attractive attractivemanner attractivcmanner
manner mannerFollowed mannerFollowed
Followed by II Correspondence CorrespondenceWhen CorrelpondcnccYhen CorrespondenceWhen
When an inquiry Inqulr is received resulting res resiHtin resiHtinfrom Ulng
from Information given out through throu h any anyof 8n 8not anof
of these agendas personal correspond correspondence corrospondenco corrGapondonce ¬
once is i at once taken up with the pros prospective prospectlvo pros prospective ¬
pective settler His resourcos and his hisneeds hisneeds hisneeds
needs are studied by b trained men and he hc
Is given advice as to localities In the
South where he is likely IIkel to find the best t
field for the particular branch of agri agriculturo ag aglculture l lculturo
culturo or Industry Industr that he wishes to fol 01 ¬
low Often agents of the
department efJllttnfnl arc arcsent arcsent arcsent
sent to present the advantages advantag s of the x
South So th to settlors who appear desirable
Those who wish to visit Islt the South to tomake tomake tc tcmake
make Inspections for or themselves are af ¬
forded full ull information and
every
facility facilityat r rat
at the command c mmand of tho department
Every effort Is made ThdC to locate deSh desirable le
Immigrants in tho South at places where
they the will be
able to win success and abc I
help build up the country countr Tho de ¬
partment docs not stop with the loca ¬
tion of settlers but keeps In touch with 1
those that It has
brought In
until
they the thearc r rarc
arc firmly established and are winning
their way wayCommercial rayConusixercial a aCon1Jl1crclnl
Commercial Boillen Anilit AnilitCommercial AllllhctCommercia AssJtCommercIal
Commercial bodies in every CVer section of o I
the South are invited to supply the de department department department ¬
partment with literature ana Informa ¬
tion concerning the advantages of their theirparticular theirparticular thei r rparticular
particular territory The cooperation of o I
boards of trade real estate agencies
and an I
individual land owners is earnestly asked askedand nskedand aske I Iand
and has in hundreds
of cases been
given givenwith givenwIth I Iwith
with splendid splendi4 results resultsHlfttory resultsIIbtor resultshistory
history IIbtor of the Department DepartmentThe DcpnrtmentThe
The history of this department d partment will wUli wil 1
doubtless be of interest to
all who
are aregiving ar S Sgiving
giving thought nnd effort to the develop ¬
ment of the South IW
creation
was one onelate onelate on a
j
late latet f
t
< >
on the newly organized Southern Rail Railway Railway Railwalr ¬
way Company JnJSM In 1894 To undertake und rtDJce the thework thework thework
work he enlisted the services of M V VRichards VRIchards VRichards
Richards whom he had placed at the thehead thehoad thOhead
head pf f p a similar deportment when he hewas heW hewas
was W B President of the Baltimore and Ohio OhioRailroad OhioRallr OhioRalIrad
Railroad Rallr ad The policies which Mr Spancer Spanceroutlined Sponcoroutlined SpencQroutlined
outlined when ho inaugurated the de department d dpartment dpartment ¬
partment wore followed up to the day dayof dayor dayof
of his death nnd the work hns beenI been beencarried beencUrried
I carried on along oxactly the came IIBmo lines linosunder Unoaunder linesunder
under the administration n of President PresidentFlnley Presl ent ent11Inley
Flnley vho gives to It his closest study studymost studfmost studymost
most cordial support and enthusiastic enthusiasticinterest enthusiasticIntorest enthusiasticInterest
interest interestThe IntorestThe InterestThe
The work was vastly vast different from the thework thowork thework
work done by the land departments of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Westren railroads These Western Westernroads Westernroads Vesternroads
roads had millions of acres of virgin virginland virginland Irsln IrslnI
land to self most of Jt t given g ven to them by bythe bythe bythe
I the government in the i shape of land landgrants landgrants lendgrants
grants In In attracting attrac attractingsettters ng Njettfers eitr rs they were werenot weronot werenot
not only onleroctlpg erecting business for tho future futurebut futurQbut futurebut
but the sale of the U landsnotted lands netted them a ahandsome ahandsome ahandsome
handsome retdrn With the the Southern SouthernRailway SouthernRnllway SouthernRailway
Railway the Inauguration of this depart department departl1i departIp ¬
ment l1i Ip nt meant the determination to spend spendlargo spendlargo spendlarge
largo sums for the thedevelopment thedcv development lopment of the thesection thesection theSection
section section served iarved by It with no prospect prospect of ofany orany ofany
any direct return returnThe returnTh returnThe
The Th results of the work undertaken by bytho bytho bythe
tho department long ago proved the wis wisdom wisdom wiadom ¬
dom of Its inauguration and the hearty heartysupport heartysupport heartysupport
support given it by Presidents Spencer Sponcerand Spencerand Spencerand
and Flnley Flnle The Th Southern has profited profitedindirectly profitedindirectly profitedIndirectly
indirectly indirectly from this work while the ter territory terrItory territory ¬
ritory served by b It has profited directly directlyWAIL directlyWALL directlyWL
WAIL STREET OPTIMISTIC OPTIMISTICOne
One Week reek Effects DIg Change In InAttitude InAttlhaeJe InAttItude
Attitude of Speculators SpeculatorsNino SpeculatorsNlno SpeculatorsNine
Nine billion dollars represents James JamesJ Jamesinr
J Hills estimate of our agricultural pro production production proelection ¬
duction for 1910 and coincides with tho thogovernments thoS thegovernments
governments S vernmenls optimistic expectations A Aweak Awoek Aweek
weak ago this figure was practically ig ignored Ignorod Ignored ¬
nored by Wall Vnll street which then had its itseyes Jtsoosgluod itseyes
eyes oosgluod glued on the gutter in a parch search for forthings torthtnls forthings
things oppressive oppres he and depressive Today Todayalt Todn Todnan Todayalt
alt has been en changed changodstocks stocks have re recovered re recovoroo recovered ¬
covered 3 4 or 5 points Europe Is Iseagerly Iseagerb Iseagerly
eagerly buying our bonds And foreign foreignexchange foreignetcbanSe foreignexchange
exchange tumbled a full cent per pound poundremoving poundremolng poundremoving
removing all danger of gold exports exportsWhy xportsVh esportsWhy
Why Vh therefore should not the bright brightside brightsldo brightside
side bo now looked upon uponFAVORS uponFA uponAYORS
FAVORS FA VORS PROFESSIONAL JURY JURYWestern JURYWestern JURYWestern
Western Judge Says It Would Im Improve Improve Luprove ¬
prove the System SystemDeclares SystemDcclarc SystemDeelares
Declares Present Method Are Un Unsatisfactory UnsnHdnctor Unsatisfactory
snHdnctor satisfactory and Often De Defeat Defeat Dcfeat ¬
feat Justice
Jttrfrc Jr5 elected at regular intervals Int vaJ vaJa by bya bya
a votft vt t ef the people or appointed nppotatedby by tke tkecourts tkeCOVrta theCourts
courts and nakl kl a salary l 1try r1 of 1 L11 or more morea morea
a year 3earw w wouWi i0 I believe Ieft greatly improve improveour Improveour improveeel
our jury system systemJudge 5ystCmJUd5e systemJudge
Judge E H Sullivan dean of the theSpokane theSpokane theSpokane
Spokane County Supreme Court said 1cl this thisat thtsat thisat
at the close of a long case e in suggest suggesting suggestlag gMt gMtlnl ¬
lag a solution of a a problem JMe lem of nation nationwide Dationde nationwide ¬
wide de interest He added addedThe a4dtlt1numMr addedTh
The Th number of men la this service serviceicooW serviceould rlce rlceId
icooW ould Id be cut down from twelve to six or orfive orfte orfive
five and the Jury jar composed entirely of ofP orm ofmembers
P members m mbenJ of legal le l prof proessOa oasis Bach
county could have a set or several sets setsof letsor
of regular r lr jurors juror trained in the law and andto andto andto
to av a avoid W prejudice and bias they would wouldbe wou1dbe wouldbe
be exchanged in the various variousf variouscounties varto f counties countiesThe eounttMThe
The other smaller regulation could be lieworked bewerktd
worked out in detail by a jury jUrelent eommis eommission
sion sionUnder
Under the te e present system we select selecta
a a jury composed eomHJ Hd of o good oed business men menfarmers mentarmors menfarmers
farmers and laboring 1a men They are arehonest arehone
honest t and levelheaded as1 u Il a rule and are arehere arehere
here to uphold the advance of our laws lawsbut Jawsbut
but what hat do they know about the real realmeanings Tealmeanlns realmeanings
meanings or phrases In the law Ja7 We Weask e ea
ask a a judge who ho has probably spent spenttWrty penttb1rt
thirty tb1rt or forty years In studying tu ing tho law lawand Jawanti
and watching its development to write writein writeIn
in a few 0 hundred words word the instructions JMtrucUonswhich instructionswhich
which In a great part is so muck Greek Greekto
to the average juryman That part of ofUse otthe
the system 8yste is radically wrong wrongAnother wrongAnother
Another thing is the average business businessr
Dr r professional pro f8MIOM I man or even a laborer laborerbas J b rer rerhas
has net the th time or inclination to devote devoteto deototc
to t this branch of service and as a result resultsome re resultsome ultsome
some of the cases ca e presented for ad adjudication adjudication adjudicatlon ¬
judication are not given gh n the attention attentionthey att ntlon ntlonlhe
they lhe should have It is I also true that a alawyer alawyer
lawyer who is sure ure of his hi legal Ie I right and andfacts andACts
facts ACts would much rather trust his case caseto caBeto
to a Judge while if he is not certain he heprefers heprefers lieprefers
prefers taking chances with a Jury JuryBUILDS juryBUILDS
BUILDS ON A PENTAGON PENTAGONGeorjfe PENTAGONGeorJC
George D Lniitcl Improves Space at atIntersection ntInterecton atInterxcctloii
Intersection of Street StreetWillige Streetll1ViUlge
Willige Gibbs Daniel have Ita ve sold for forCharles or orChnrlos
Charles H Meriliat trustee lots 31 and
34 In square 1012 at the Intersection of ofTennessee orTenn
Tennessee Tenn Mee avenue C and Twelfth Twelfth streets streetsnortheast Jttreetsnortlloost
northeast northeastThe nortlloostThe northeastThe
The lots comprise an Irregular pen pentagon pOllngcm parthigon ¬
tagon ngcm with a frontage of approximately approximatelyforty appro approximatelyforty lmatoly lmatolyCortJ
forty feet on Tennessee avonue and andsimilar andsimilar and andsimilar
similar dimensions on C and Twelfth Twelfthstr TwolCthstrots
str strots ots It is understood that approxi approximately approxlmateb ¬
mately 1500 150 was paid for the property propertywhich propertwhich propertywhich
which is now being Improved by the thepurchaser thepurchasor thepurchaser
purchaser George D Lantel with a amodern amOtlern amodern
modern eightroom dwelling demn which will willbe willbe winbe
be placed on the market for sale as s soon soona soona soona
a completed completedHOLLYWOOD completedHOLLYWOOD
HOLLYWOOD A GARDEN SPOT SPOTNortheastern SPOTXortbeolltern SPOTNortheastern
Northeastern Suburb Specially At Attrnctft Attrnctft Attracts
trnctft Country Countr Home Buyers BuyersOne DucrllOne BuyersOne
One will wi has iia not visited the northeast northeastsuburbs northeastu
suburbs u urbs of Washington Wns lngton recently renntlr would be beastonished beastonIshed beastonished
astonished if he should take a car ride ridealong rIdealong
along the lheclt city and suburban lines and andwitness andwitness
witness the hundreds hundlods of substantial homes homesthat homesthnt homesthat
that have been built aid and are building In Inthat Inthat Inthat
that section sectionThis sectionThis sectionThis
This Is not surprising when one takes takesInto takosInto takesinto
Into consideration the beauty and attrac attractiveness attrnctlveness nttractiveness ¬
tiveness of the various subdivisions and andthe andthe andthe
the small amount of money mono required to topurchase topurchase
purchase a home site therein One of these thesesubdivisions thesesubdhlslons thesesubdivisions
subdivisions is HollywoodontheHill HollWOo < lontheHIlI lo located located located ¬
cated about five miles beyond b oncl the District Districtline Districtline Districtline
line It has an elevation of 150 feet that thatcommands thatcommands thatcommands
commands a view Iew of this city and many manymiles manrmiles manymiles
miles of the surrounding country Thore ThoreIs ThoreIs Thereis
Is nn abundance of spring water that thatrivals thatrivals
rivals the best sold in the markets and andthere andthere andthere I
there is pure air so essential < sentlal to health healthespecially healthespeciallY healthespecially
especially to that of young children childrenThe childrenThe childrenThe
The owner of this thl property has during duringthe duringthe durIngthe
the past few years ears spent thousands of ofdollars ofdollars ot otdollars
dollars in draining the land and laying layingout lalngout
out the streets which are rolled in hard hardgravel hardgravel I
gravel so that now It presents a veritable veritablegarden veritablcgarden erJtablegarden S
garden spot worth visiting by those desiring desirIng desir ¬
ing to secqre a home site away awn from the thenoise thenoise thEnoise S
noise and turmoil of the city cityThe eft eftThe cityThe
The pruno crop < rop in the Colusa section sectionwin sectionwill
will be b very Ytr light Some orchards will willnot wl11not vIi vIinot 1
not have enough to pay to harvest while whilei whilenthprs whilEothirs
nthprs i i have fair i crop obe e average yield ield ieldhf I Ith
th hf i I no nuLh moi
MARKET ARKET NOW PET PETv PETHeal llIET llIETReal
v
Heal Re l Estate EstatkSalcs Sales Steady St dy at atNormal atNormat atNormal
Normal Prices PricesBUILDING PricesUILDING j jBUILDING
BUILDING B OPERATIONS ACTIVE ACTIVEItcnidcnce ACTIVEUClllldence ACTIVEReiEiiCflCe
Itcnidcnce Proper JropetT ty Attrnctp Attrnct Capi Capital Capltnl Capital ¬
tal from Outside OutaldeSourcellIermltll OutaldeSourcellIermltllfor Source SourceeIcrmits SourceeIcrmitsfor Permit Permitfor
for Construction Increase 32 3 Per PerCent PerCent PerCent
Cent lit Month of April AprllClt City Ex Expands Exjniide x xIJ ¬
pands IJ Juls Itapldly Rnilldl In All Direction DirectionI Dlrectlonrho DirtctlonsThe
I The real estate ate market market Jms has boon been com comparatively comparatively cornparatively ¬
paratively quiet during the week with withthe withthe withthe
the principal brokers busy b selling lots for forhome forhomo forhome
home skew sito In the suburbs and residence residenceof rtdencetlor
of moderate price Salt of dwellings re reported reported reported ¬
ported cover all parts of the District Dl trfct spe speclally apecLl1y speclally
clally In outlying tlrlns sections with a small smallsprmkHng Imallpdnldlng
sprinkling of deals in business property propertyand propertyand propertyand
and houses in the older portions of the thecity thecity thecity
city cityOne
One or orthe the principal sales was s reported reportedby reportdb reportedby
by b Shannon Luchs of o the residence at at2m
2112 Bancroft place Daniel J Ambler a aretired aretired aretired
retired banker of Tampa Fbi wag the thepurchaser thepurchaser thepurchaser
purchaser and will make Washington hIs hiehomo hIshome hishome
home Mr Ambler Am bIoI paid 21000 2i 21009 for th thproperty the theproperty theproperty
property propertyTho propertyrho propertyThe
The house contains fourteen room and andthree andthrec andthree
three baths and is of the cplonlal lonla1 design designwith doslgnwith designwith
with kitchen on the first floor All floors floorsthroughout fioorsthroughout floorsthroughout
throughout the entire house are ar of the theparquet theparquet theparquet
parquet style and the homo is heated by byhot b bhot byhot
hot water watorAtlanta wat watAtlnntn waterAtlanta
Atlanta Woman Bny Dna Dnya Home nomeA JiomeA HomeA
A similar sale of property to a Southern Southerninvestor SouthernInv88tor SouthernInvestor
investor was three houses one o e at 3164 3164Eighteenth 3ItJiEfght 3114Eighteenth
Eighteenth Efght enth street trWlt northwest t one at Ifti IftiTenth ItHTenth 11WTenth
Tenth street and one at 744 Fifth street streetMrs streetIr streetMrs
Mrs Ir Julia Russell of Atlanta Ga GIL was wasthe wasthe as asthe
the purchaser and ftr or the three thra proper properties properties properties ¬
ties she paid about 526000 50OG Two of the thehouses thehou thehouses
houses hou es have Ita ye eaeh ten rooms rooms and are aresemidetached aresemidetached aresemidetached
semidetached semidetachedAlexander semidetachedAlexandu semidetachedAlexander
Alexander Millar Jllr has sold the property propertyat
at MV7 3S New Hampshire Hamp hlre avenue to James JamesT JamesT
T Metcalf etcalr for SO 2M This is one of tb tbrow the theroW therow
row of six Mr Ir Millar M llar recently completed completedFrederick completedFredorick completedFrederick
Frederick L L Moore loore has sold the lot at atThirtyfourth atThirtyfourth atThirtyfourth
Thirtyfourth and Lowell streets Cleve Cleveland Clevela1Hl Cloveland ¬
land Heights to a local business bu ln illf man manwho manwho manwho
who will retain it as an investment The I
price vrlc paid for the property was about aboutGeorge aboutM aboutGeorge aboutGeorge
M
George A A RaaklA Rank in of New York has hasJust busuet hasjust
Just purchased the residence at 1324 Park Parkroad Parkr0a4 Prkroad
road northwest It contains twelve rooms roomsand roomliand roomssnal
and three baths hotwater Mi er heat heat and the thelot thelot thelot
lot is about twenty feet tee wide by nearly nearlyan Rearl RearlSIt
an 4 feet t deep d p The price price paid for Or the theproperty UtepropertT theproperty
property was wa about 0 9 The pop pqoporty pqoportywas perty pertywas rty rtywa
wa was sold by James T Metcalf MetcalfThe MetcalfThe MetcalfThe
The X L San bur Company has ha soW soWfor aIOIdCor soldfsn
for M H Herrtman the detached house houserecently hOUIeftltly houserecently
recently ftltly erected l on lot No X o 44 a la square squareaft quare squarel
aft 21 l Sauls Saul Addition This house is of ofpebbtedash etbbledaah edpebbledash
pebbtedash bbledaah and frame construction andcontains andcontatM and ansicontains
contains nine rooms cellar and attic atticwtth attiewtth atticwith
wtth porches on three sldei stde Id It te I a atehed a ablbed Aslobed
lobed in hardwood and heated by hot hotwater botwater hotwater
water The lot has a frontage Croata e of forty fortyfeet Cort7tNt fortyfeet
feet on Decatur street net by a depth of TM TMfeet 16f ld4feet
feet f t to an alley The price paM is I un understood QAd xxixdoratood ¬
stood d to have been Sffm SffmRobert Sf SfRobert 5N 5NRobert
Robert H Hill has purchased from Z ZL ZL ZL
L L L XcPhearson Me anlOl1 his bungalow bu at Drum Drummond DiwDmonel Drummend
mend Md The lot is about 7 hy hyIU Hi
feet The price paid W for the property propertywas proP < 17 17wu
was w ag about HGM HGMIluililincr ft ftnlJlIclln
Iluililincr nlJlIclln Activity ActhU Increases IncrcnicsThe Incrc oIcli oIcliThe
The most striking feature of the tl res resestate real realeatate realstate
estate e situation is the building going Ing on onalt onall
alt a ll about the city Current reports r ta from fromthe fromtRe fromh
the t h oOfce of the Inspector sspe peel to < of buildings buildingsshow Dutklt Dutklt8bow
show s JS per cent nt greater ealer activity In the themonth tbemontb
month m ml onth Of April than for the correi correspond COITpOndin on < I Ilnir
lnir l ag month monthS last year Tho number of ofpermits orpermtt ofermits
permits p for the month was 1MU com compared comMIred ¬
pared wtth 1S588 lSo IS3 a year ago ao The esti estimated e estiated U Umated ¬
mated m ated cost of the structures this year Is teSW30l49 Isand
SW30l49 3 3O14 and nd that tba t of a year ago a O i1 3S 3SThis iA iAThis
This activity acth1t fa s apparent wherever 1herev < one onegoes oneIn
goes g oes In the city the vacant spaces ilAtM are arefast arefut
fast f ast building buik1I1 up Much of the older prop property propert7 ¬
erty e rty is being torn down to be replaced replacedby rplacedb
by b y now buildings buUcUn or extensively remodel remodeled relftOdeled ¬
ed e d This process pr ea is going on through the themargin themttrstn theargin
margin m argin of the business ba section where oW oWhouses oWhouses
houses h omes are fast being changed chan od into bust business busln ¬
ness n o places This form of activity actlvJt is par particularly partIcularly ¬
ticularly t noticeable not 08hle between New ev York Yorkavenue Yorkavenue
avenue a venue and Thirteenth street and along alongH aloAgH
H street between Ninth Inth and Seventeenth SeventeenthCity Sovf1tt enth enthCIt
City CIt Expand AH Around AroundThe AroundTh
The Th city is spreading spre dln in all directions directionsspecially dlrNlIonasPoclalh
specially s northward northwestward and andnortheastward 00 00northeastwArd I
northeastward n In these directions noth nothing nothIn5 nothag ¬
ing l ag exists to stop the progress of affairs affairsin artalrsIn affairsn
in i n the building bulJdln line and the rapidity with withwhich withwblch withwhich
which new ix houses are going golla up leaves leavesone lav lavone leavesne
one o ne in doubt about the various estimates o estimatesf tlmates tlmatesor j jof
of O f the probable growth of the population populationin
in i ia n the last ten years OArs Houses are liter literally literAlly literlly ¬ j
ally a lly going goln up by b the hundred and in inmost InmIit inmost
most instances they th are built for the theowners theowners thewners
owners o of the ground for homes or are aresold aresold areold
sold s old almost as soon as completed to fami families families famiies ¬
lies l ies who occupy OCCUP them Comparatively Comparativelyspeaking ComparaUvelspeaking Comparativelypeaking
speaking s the sales of residences this thisyear thisyear thisear
year y ear have almost nothing of the invest investment investment Investmeat ¬
ment feature about them themThe themThe themThe
The activity in the city clt extends out int intMaryland Into IntoIarland intoMaryland
Maryland Iarland and over Into Virginia so that thatwhether tbetwhether thatwhether
whether the increased population of the thecity theclt theity
city clt c ity itself Is 40WO or 60000 according to toestimates toestimates tostimates
estimates e the Capital has attracted attractedmuch attractedmuch attractedmuch
much more than that to itself Itsel and Its Itsvicinage Itsvicinage Itsvicinage
vicinage
Queer Things In Boston DontonIn DOlltonIn BostonIn
In a rqcont investigation of garbage garbagecollection garbRgecoUectton garbageollection
collection c in Boston It was w s found that thatthere thatthere thathere
cc there t ct wag a wide variation in the per percentage P6fccntase perentage ¬
centage c of the various sorts of waste in inthe Inthe Inhe
the t he different sections sections of o the city elt In the theNorth theNorth theNorth
North End the Immigrant district there therewas therewas therewas
was an average of 643 pounds of ashes ashesper aslesper ashesper
per capita a day d while over in East Bos Boston Boston Boson ¬
ton t on the average fell to 190 pounds In InSouth InSouth InSouth
South Boston the he garbage averaged OAt 044pounds OAtpoundfl 041ounds
pounds p ounds while In the Back Bay Da it was
144 1 41 pounds poundsSell poundsSelb poundsSells
Sell Sells HonscM In Northeast NortheastThomas NortheastThomas orth nt ntThomns
Thomas J Fisher Co report several severalsales Jevernlsales severalsales
sales in the northeast section during the thepast thepast thepast
past week Two of the sales were of ofhouses othouses ofhouses
houses recently recent built by b George S Cooper Cooperin CooperIn Coopern
in I n the block bounded by b by Ninth Tenth TenthK TenthK TenthK
K and L L streets northeast The pur purchasers purchasers putchasers ¬
chasers will occupy iJie he houses at once onceJolnn onceJolnlll onceJoins
Jolnn Western cHtern Maryland MarylandJohn 3rnrlnnlJohn MarylandJohn
John Yeargood representing the Balti Baltimore Ba1tlmoro Baltimore ¬
more ForroConcrete Company in Wash Washington WashIngton Washlngton ¬
ington D C left the city clt last night to toaccept toaccept toaccept
accept a position as resident engineer with withthe withthe wlththe
the Western Maryland Railroad with withheadquarters withheadquarters withheadquarters
headquarters at Frostburg froslburg Md MdThe MdThe MdThe
The Southern mackerel seining fleet has hashad hashad hashad
had a poor season so far and the netters nettersare nettersare nettersare
are not doing much either eitherThe eitherThe ItbcrThe
The cargo of o the Siclllaat SlciilaFntBQston SiciiaIat Boston con ¬
of 15000 boxes of Sicily lemons lemonswas lemonsw lemonswas
was w s sold in New Orleans OrleansVice OrleabsViCe
Vice Consul O D I de Charmoy reports reportsthe reportsthe
the opening of telephonic communication communicationport communicationbetween
between Taanarivo the capital and andof
port of Mad Macar
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915 NEW YORK AVENUE AVENUETHE
THE NEW OFFICE OFA OFA OF OFA
A S S0 CAYWOOD CAYWOODWho Ci YWOOD YWOODVho
Who w Vho ho has conducted a successful real estate loans JoansJ and in insurance insurance insurance ¬
surance business at Miofeh J1iathstreet street and aadNew Mew York York3yeaue aveaue siace siacethe i cethe hice hicethe
the year 1SS2 1SS2In 1882In 1S82In
In his new tIC office he extends a most cordial invitation inviat O to tothose tothose tothose
those in search of a home or or investment to come in and look lookover kx lookover k kover
over his lists He also solicits the listing of property for sale saleand saleand saleand
and for rent rent where here it will receive the earnest effort of the theoffice theoffice theoffice
office and the personal rsonal attention of Mr rr Cay Caywood wood himself
IRON IRQ PRODUCT FALLI FALLING OFF OFFApril OFFApril OFFApril
April Output 134000 Tons Ton less lessThan lessThan LessThan
Than in i March MarchFurnace MarchFnrnacqrs arch archFlrnuc
Furnace Flrnuc Fnrnacqrs l 111 nJo lilosvn own n Ont and Work ork in inMills
31111 Mills 1 I I 1 Is Considerably ConsiderablyCurtailed COIIIJcrnhJ COIIIJcrnhJCnrCalcd Couslileralsi CouslileralsiCurtailed
Curtailed Curtailedsteal CnrCalcd CnrCalcdI CurtailedIn
I In it weekly review oC the k Imo aa aaeM
It wl7 re o 1
steal e8 eM trade t the me Iron II Ae A says saysSharp yu yuSharp
Sharp Srp ettrt ettrttkm ett curtailment I in p pig J bus p pvosuc pvosuction
tkm te shown by our blast t furnace r startsties starts statistics
t 1cD b J Jtk
ties tk Twentyfour Twtyfo furnaces fc were wer blown blownhave blownout
out o or be banked t 1 Apl April a and ten others othershave
have he gone oat o since May Ml 1 1 or o are a ached scheduled 8h achedled ¬ 1 1al
uled al u led for early 11 closing c down c The T produc production pu1 pu1t producost ¬
tion t ti ost in April Ap a thirtyday tt month mth was was2OTO ws wsAi wasgso
2OTO Ai gross gso tons t or o JSW 11 3 tons to a aafalM day dayagainst dayalnst
against afalM ng alnst i U tI74 7 J tons to i f hi March aa or ortO 14451 14451ons 4468 4468tons
tons tO t tM ons a day dl The Tb dally dJ capacity cty In I blast blastMay bl blaitay
May M ay 1 was 1U 7SO vtona to tons against a S4 s S4G10 0 tons tonsApril tonspril
April Apl A pril 1 1and oliov4ag S tt Mt production t o of cobs cobsad
and al s ad anthracite antndte iron Ion to now n about abut 8080 8080tons 1 10 10urns
tons t o urns a day c7 less I than 11 a month m a ap aprpt adoThis o oThis
This represents rpt a reduction rt m i hi the theyearly tileearly
yearly y yt e7 early rate rt of XmOW tons t radicating radicatingthat iudlcadsqhat
that tt t yrortuctioo uti of o all al kinds Ue of o pig iron ironcharcoal i treesharcoaL
charcoal c L iron Io Included tue te now n at the therate theate
rate rte r ate of o about abt SUM tons t a a year The Tt fur furnaces m1e furees ¬
naces 1e n ees about abt > 90 1 out o represent t an out output ot outut ¬
put p ut t of o N f eJ tons t a year r so that t by byanother b7An byS
another An a tea tf days da7 It is i fy fair to i ithat I S
that tht t hat the th rate rte of pig Iron 11 production pl will willbe wille I
be b b e M per l cent cet less 1 than t on o April 1 1The L LTI 1The
The TI effect Ioc of this t curtailment en m upon t the thepig theJ theig
pig J p ig iron Irn market mket > s bring sharply watch watched walc watchsi ¬
ed el e si While Wb most m buyers 1e are 0 stltt a looking lookingon 1 Ieoktn Ieoktnn
on o o n the fact ae that tt Southern St producers thaeen have havereceived lve haveeceivesi
received reflvel r offer oe only slightly below b Sit 1 at atBirmingham atBtrmln aSirmingham
Birmingham Btrmln B m for No Ne1 S is 1 given signln signlncaace siguMairo
caace c c e In some 5 quarters quartersThe qurte quartersThe
The finished fAW material mter markets ke are ae af affect afft atsctd ¬
fect f ft sctd > d by the continued RtAUe decline in I J Jiron J jig i iron
iron iro i ron to the extent txtent of o showing shown some 8mt heal hesitation hei heitton healation ¬
tation tton t in contracting ntatn
WINDMILL INDMILb FOR IRRIGATION IRRIGATIONDepartment IRRIGATIONDepartment IRRIGATIONDepartment
Department of Agriculture Aculure Issues IssuesBulletin Isue IssuesBulletin
Bulletin Buletin on Subject SubjectTrent Subject SubjectI SubjeetTreats
I
Trent Trcntl Sources Sourccl of Snnplynnil SUllpJ Supply and Gen General GenerRl Gencml ¬
eral Cost COlt of Installing InstallingMachinery ImdnIln ImdnIlnJlnchlncry InstallingMach
Machinery MachineryHope JlnchlncryHo Mach I n cry crykIoe
Hope Ho Is I bold h oat ot by the t Department Departmentf Dtn t tf
f f Agriculture t that t relief r from r the dry dryOH dr drysoil
soil OH cotMtftioas C in I the th semiarid H West Westcan WestC Westcan
can C to 1 a a measure be overcome by re resort re8t resort ¬
sort 8t to the ti use of Ote the windmilL wll The Thedepartment Thedepartment
department 4 sounds u a W waroina that tt too toomuch to tomu toomuch
mu much I is not D to be expected expecte p from fr this thissource tht thisnssurce
source IUr as a 5 the t windmill w te I not a very veryeconomic veryeco ey eyel
el eco economic oudc source le of o power Per and that tht itsalu itsability its itsability
alu ability to t lift 1t water wte lest of the tt earth for forirrigation fO forirrigation
irrigation trdOD purposes must u he b necessarily necessarilylimited nb nblmte necessarilylimited
limited lmte to small sl areas ara and to a relatively relativelysmall reltvl reltvlsU relativelysmall
sU small quantity qundty of 0 water wierI W
I la 11 a buftetia 1i bu etba on o the te subject the de department department ilepertinent ¬
partment calls attention to the possi possibfttUM J085ibUtt1iIeII poesiMnt
bfttUM Mnt of o this mode of irrigation tni ttOD and andpractical andpnctkal andpractical
practical suggestions are offered pltered those thosewho th thwbG thosewho
who BOW use or contemplate the IrI Installation IrIa11atlon Irietallatlon ¬
stallation of windmills for pumping pumpingwater pupinwat pumpingwater
water wat r to irrigate their farms or any anyportion anyport anyportion
portion port of them themThe themThe themThe
The bulletin treats oa the sources of ofwater ofatw ofwater
water atw supply the th quantity of water wateravailable watera wateravailable
a available aJ well 1 ft easing ca aiakln iiIakI sinking wells wellscapacity wen weneapadt7 wellscapacity
capacity of mills choice e of tower 81 erec erection erection eeoclion ¬
tion of mills mill pumps pum paservoiis main maintenance maintenMe maintenance ¬
tenance of mills JII crops cr under windmill windmillIrrigation wtDdmlllIrrtpUea windmillirrigation
Irrigation and closes with a a description descriptionof
of methods met O and MIlk now In use in inKansas InKanaa InKansas
Kansas Nebraska Ne nul Colorado and an Call California Caltrorl Callfonda ¬
fonda forniaDispatches fondaDispatches
rorlDtlrpakhel
Dispatches from Eastport Me say saythere saytbere saythere
there to practically no fish In the wiers wiersyet wiersyet Ien Ien7et
yet and the factories are packing little littleor little0I
or 0I nothing nothln After the 1st of May the run runof runoC runof
of fish is expected to increase
MURRAY HILL HOTEL HOTELPark
Park Avenue Block Front Front40th Front40th Front40th
40th and 41st Sts Sts1976x230x130 Sts1976x230x130 Sts1976x230x130
1976x230x130 1976x230x130Supreme 1976x230x130Supreme 1976x230x130Supreme
Supreme Court Partition Sale SaleBy SideBy SaleBy
By instructions from fromJAMES fromJAMES fromJAMES
JAMES E McDONALD Esq Referee
60 Wall St New York City Cityat CityTHURSDAY CityTHURSDAY
THURSDAY MAY 19 19at
at 12 oclock Noon at
Exchange Salesroom 14 16 Vesey St New ew York
City CIt
Seven story 8 to r brick structure
with Iii 41
rooms for guests uetJJ servants
quarters storerooms and every modern hotel
convenience convenienceGr coftvenienceGrand convenienceGrand
Gr Grand nd Central stu Station ° n a and Express
Subw
< Subway Station one block bl ckawar away awayH
When H UCRll P McAdt Tunnel Is I completed to 42d St th t the e hotel will m kavs MlYtPrc bsv prac ¬
tically direct
connection with all railroad termlwals termlwalsAlso termllMllAlso term4naIsAlso
Also Same Action ActionSouthwest AetlunSouthwest Ael1oRSout
Southwest Sout west Corner Ave B Band and 16th St StLarge StIarge StLarge
Large Corner Plot Plot si slzq b 12 It1xlil6 lxl7lS with ftlt live
4story and three thr thre Istory
Brick Tenements and Stores Storesto1
65 V 6501 Vt to1 10 at a a al t I 4 12 41 All 72 2 01 10 O SJ mortgage ot of nrth nrt the purh purchase for J price may retRAin on ° n MIMI an1 n > 1
or 5
years with tth the th option t
paying parln same off of after one St t
year n naf no >
upon days
7501 7 5 10 al a at af t O 501 r < 10 O tlCTiMn tfc tIcO Title In wrlUg pOlicies Ufff R1Jd and of the 31 d das Lawyers s additional Title Insurance Everest Interest
and Trust Company ComptUl1 free freePossession treePossession freePossession
f Possession may be had on taking title titleJOHNSTON titlesJOHSTON
JOHNSTON rOH STON A t JOHNSTON JOHNSTONAttorneys
S7 ALGERNON LGE ON S NORTON Esq EsqvT
Attorneys Attorn s for Plaintiff Plaintiff2S6
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2S6 i6 6 Broadway Brolldwn New York i Guardian ad Litem
City CityS7 5 g Broadway New York City CityAttorneys Clt Clttt CityAttorneys
Attorneys tt rne s for Defendants DafendantsLORD DlondantsLORD DefendantsLORD
LORD LORD DAY LORD LORD HENRY APLINGTON Esq
49 Wall aU St StSTRONG SL 3S ia West Broadway Broada New ew York City
PHILBIN BEEKMAN BE3EKMANSTRONG MENKEN
STRONG CADWAXADER CXDW ALADER 41 1J41 Wall SU SNeivYork New York YOrk City
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