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I Fair Fa Faand End andir ir tonight tonightEnd Friday arfir lfte OaA fiin fttugtn ton arime LAST I y T EDITION EDITIONNUMBER
Son of o Nicaraguas Pres President President President ¬
ident Saloon Piano PianoPlayer PianoPlayer PianoPlayer
Player PlayerWIFE PlayerVIFE PlayerWIFE
Is Shocked at the Charge of ofPettit ofPettit
Pettit Larceny Against AgainstHusband AgainstHusband Againstr
r Husband Today
Drive Dmr s almost Laost to the limps UMI I of desperatLn des Aesperatien de8peraUlft
peratien for want of funds f1ua a Alf AlfZeiaya A1touo A1touoZelaya AifoeaoZelaya
Zelaya Zeiayaragua sea ot the preIIIdeat ol NIea NIearaxua Nicaragua
ragua and his bride o ot of less 1 than thre thremonths three threemont three threemonths
mont months who was formerly an adopt adoptdaughter adopted a40pteddaubter adopteddaughter
daughter of Dr William W Baker ot o o1S41 ot1M
1M 1S41 North No th Capitol street have become becomestranged becometaltraaced becomeestranged
estranged for the second coDCl time am amMrs and aadrs andMrs
Mrs rs Zelaya asserts that she has let lether left lefther efther
her husband for good and alt altAdded alLAddecl all allAdded
Added to this trouble another ever everlook efertook evertook
took Zeiaya ZeIa when a a warrant 1IIUta t was swon swonout aworaJut worn wornout
out Jut today charging him with petit lar larceny larceny larceny
ceny cenyFrom cenyFrom
cenyrom From rom a life of luxury and plenty ii iithe In InthE Inthe
the macnifiorint home of his ag father ii iiManangua In InMD InManangua
Manangua MD a to that of a bohesslan pian planist pianist pianist
ist in a do downtown < rntown salooa aaloo from a lift liftiree life litefree lifefree
free from care and with all the pleas pleasures pJeaaurea platsuree
urea and hopes of a young Y < MIDC woman t ta troom to toa
a room in ininitiation a boaI1MD < < house with humiltatian hu humiliation
initiation and unliappiness unkppID pplnerns staring Jltarln he hein her berjn herin
in the face ace from the possibility of i ihigh a ahigh ahigh
high social position in the capital o oNicaragua oC oCNi ofNicaragua
Nicaragua Ni to the stern realities 1U AI of lif lifin life lifeto tte tteIII
in the Capital of the United State Statemen StateI Statessuch
men I such > ucb is the present pre at status of the eon contracting eontr n ntracUnc
tracUnc tr acting parties to the u International Internationalmarriage interaationsmarriage IntemaUOIUllmarrlap
marriage following < < the sensationkidnaping sensation aenaationalkidnaping donal donalkidnaptq
kidnaping of young Zeiaya by agents ta o othe ot otthe ofthe
the Niearagnan government to prevent preventhis preven prevenhis J1I8YalthiS
his raarrtag to the popular Washing Washington Waah Waahton Washington
ton girt
Father Fath Refuses Refu Aid AidFinancial AidFtnaada1 AidFinrnndal
Financial difficulties are said eI to fe feentirely be beentirely beentirely
entirely responsible for the present t stat statof slate atateot slateof
of affairs and d of these there is t almost ahuman alm almostan t tan
an unlimited number in which Zelay Zelayhas zeb7ha Zelaya Zelayahas
has ha become enta entsagled lsd His m father h hsays he hesay hesayahnrpS
says say sayahnrpS Jutrn nostti i es ety MhaHA faed to aappi aappihim IHlj aupplyhim > Jlty Jltyhim
him with funds or to lend any financial ftnmnoiaJatsistance ftnalUdalIi financialatsietance
atsistance Ii Isls and ad in his hi predicament fc fchas btas be belis
has stooped to almost any an level to pre prcvde prede prowde
vde de himself with moneySince money moneySince moneySinee
Since their marriage Mrs In Zelaya ha hahen lies haahpfn liesheen
hen the breadwinner of the family familyShe tamllyHhe familyShe
She has a small mll income with which sh shhas she ahehas shehas <
has provided food and shelter for herself herseliand benelfand herselfand
and husband h band He has given ven some aitwith aid aidwith aid1ttt
with 1ttt small sums he managed to borrow borroitrom borrowfrom borrowi
from i trom rom friend but not once lav hava a1 + any 01 01the ot ott ofthe
the t hE expected remittance come from hi hifather his hllJfather hisfather
father and he baa been unable to obt ob obtain obtain
tain t tin employment It is t said however howeverthat howeverthit howeverthat
that be received a good offer from tromw i iNew a aNew
New w York firm about three weeks age agehut acohu ago agohilt
hut hu that he ae let the opportunity siptt all allU sip aUpt
tt t U I rough rou h his fingers by making an effort efforto eftortHJ effortto
to borrow burrow 5100 100 before entering upon hii hiioutlet hIlItif his hisguiles
outlet lItif The flOO was not forthcoming forthcomingand fOltheomlnAnd
and the firm decided it needed no more moriemployes moretmployes moreemployes
employes at the present time timeTrouble UmeTrwW timeTrobies
Trouble in i New Yerk YerkAfter YerkAfter YorkAfter
After spending a week of their hooey hooeymoon honeymoon y ynlOon
moon hi Washington Waal aCton Mr and Mrs Ze Zeiaya Zelaya Zelaya ¬
laya went to New York where th they t1Mytook theyWok j jtook
took up their residence in an uptown uptownhotel uptownboteL uptownhotel
hotel Three weeks later Zeiaya Zelaa ha hanot had hadnot hadnot
not paid any of his hi board bill and th thcouple the thecouple thecouple
couple were requested to leave lea zelaya zelayaeonteAChd Zelayacontended Zetayscontended
contended that a remittance would b bcoming be beComlnc becoming <
coming from his ala father at t almost almo t any anjtime anytime anytime
time He managed to borrow small smallmms smallIuma smallsums
sums from the consul general at New NewYork NewYork NewYork
York but this was strictly against the theorders theorders theorders
orders from the executive of Nicaragua Nicaraguawho NtcaraKuawho Nicaraguawho
who had cabled the representatives ol olhts of ofhi ofhis
his hi government in this uu country that hitson hit hi hi1on hison
son on should be given no money He it itmarried I Imarried Is Ismarried
married now said President Zeteya Zeteyaand zayaand Zo aya ayaand
and he will have to look out for him himsrlf himIt him1t
srlf 1t It and make M e his own wav in th thworld the theworld theworld <
world worldThen worldThen worldThen
Then Mrs Zelaya telegraphed Dr DrBaker DrBaker
16 Baker and be ae sent her money wit witwhich with withwhich lth lthWhlCh
which to come to Washington She did dknot didnot didnot
not go < < 0 to her former home but ic h hroom a aroom aroom
room in a boarding house near fie busi business tu tusiness l l1e88 ¬
ness 1e88 section ction of th the sty Threes Thr days later latetZeiaya laterZelpa later7elaya
Zeiaya followed and it was supposed supposedthat suppoi suppoithat ed edthat
that oil had been poured on the troub troubwaters troubled troubledw
waters 1 w 4t sera
Flaal Rapture Occurs OccursZeiaya OCC1IrsZelqra OccursZelaya
Zeiaya made statements of having hTtb < < o otalned ob obtained obtained
tained positions but they did not ma matfrtalis JIULttrlaU meterlalise
tfrtalis and his I JI wife continued to pa pathe pay paythe paythe
the bills bU Last Sunday the Inevitable inevltablrupture lnevttablerupture Inevitablerupture
rupture occurred Zeiaya had apparently apparentlyrun apparentlyrun
run to the be end d of his h rope It was im imperattve Imperatl imperative
perattve peratl that he have money but hev how howI howio
10 I 0 get et it he 1 did not know Jmo Mrs Zelayahad Zelaya Zelayihad Zelayahad
had paid Ue t4 O Niard osr d up to Monday night nightand nighttld nightand
and tld the Landlady had requested r that thatthey thatt thatthey
they t b y leave the house for reasons other otherthan otherthan tber tberthan
than board bills She told them she was waspreparing waaprfpariq waspreparing
preparing to have the room done over overand overand overand
and that she wished It vacated vacate to rive rivethe givethe e etbtt
the paper hangers lsncers an opportunity opportunJtxna opportunityMa
Mm Ma ZeUya a has found a horn home for foxContinued forOo forContinued
Continued Oo tluued on Ninth Page PageTHE Pa PaTHE PageTHE
High ll h pressure prevails generally and andas andII andas
as II a consequence conseque lconditions conditions have become becomemuch becomemuch becomemuch
much more settled over all districts with withcomparatively withconparaUvaly withcomparative
comparatively cool weather There were wereshowers wtVeshowers wereshower
showers Wednesday in the Atlantic AtlanticStates AUantioState8 AtlanticStates
States and lower ower lake a region Iowa Iowanorthern Iowanortbern Iowanorthern
northern Illinois and the extreme extremeSouthwest extremeSouthwt eactremeSouthwest
Southwest and local showers Wednesdaf Wednesdayr Wednes WednesUnder
daf dayr night aloft along the Atlan Atlantic o coast coutUnder coastLnder
Under the controlling influence Inftu nce of the therevaillng theprevaUIne theprevailing
prevailing revaillng high pressure the weather will wille willbe willbe
be e generally Jb1 clear for the next two or orthree orthree orthree
three day days In the East and South with withmoderate withmoderate withmoderate
moderate temperatures tpaatureaTJ temperaturesTjQMPDRATIJRZ
9 a am m N NI3 M MU
13 noon noon1pm
1pm 1 P m
Rh R Were At i s Ylasdad Tbwsmaeter TbwsmaeterO er erI
9 a s 52 2
12 noon 90 SOY
1 p m SB SBSUN t tSUN 9S311N
Sun aei Mia eta today 7M 7Mgun 116Sun
p gun rises tomorrow 4 488 488TTDli1 6 6TIDJB
High tide today 7Mp 710 p m mlr mnw m1nw
lr 1nw nw w tide tI e today 146 p m mHun mliXll mItigi
Itigi Hun tide tomorrow tomorrow1 750 50 a a m SU 2i p m mLow mLuw mLuw
Luw tide tomorrow t morro1S 152 a m 20p ZiC p m
Admiral Baird Baird1Vlczde Baird1VlczdePresident Made MadePresident Made MadePresident
President of Board BoardOf hoardOf BoardOf
Of Education Today
Selection of Superintend Superintendent ¬
ent and Secretary SecretaryTomorrow SecretaryT SecretaryTomorrow
Tomorrow T onl0rrOV 0
The new Board B ard of Education for the theDistrict theDIMriat
District of t Columbia met in the Frankihr Frank Franklin FraHk1m ¬
lin School Bending at Mli oclock thisforenoon this thisforenoon u utOCeJMHMa
forenoon and organised electing RearAdmiral Rear nMrdmlral BearAdmiral
Admiral dmlral George W Baird retired presi president prMtdent prestdent ¬
dent and Prof Barton W V Everman vice vicepresident viceDfHldent vicepresident
president presidentThe DfHldentTh presidentThe
The Th election of a superintendent of ofschools otschool Ofschools
schools and a secretary to the board boardwas boardwu boardwas
was postponed until 10 oclock tomorrow tomorrowmorning tomorrowmorning tomorrowmorning
morning the members of the board say saying sayleg r rIng ¬
ing they wished time to think the mat matter rmtttel matter ¬
ter over before voting Standing com committees committ committees ¬
mittees mitt were not appointed owing to tothe tothe tothe
the wish of Admiral Baird to have Um Umto U Uto tiaee tiaeeto
to consider oon oondder 1der the personnel entOnnel of the board boardThere boaJtlThere board boardThere
There were present at the meeting to today today today ¬
day Rear Admiral Baird Prof Everman EvermanWilliam EvermanWnUam EvermanWilliam
William V Cox James Jam F Oyster John JohnH JohnH JohnH
H Cook Dr Oliver M Atwood Mrs MrsMan MniMa MrsMary
Man Ma Church Terrell and an Mrs Mr Justine JustineI
I Hill Mrs Mr Emma M Brewer was wasnot 1 1not wasnot
not present having depMned de feted to accept acceptI acceptber accepther
I her appointment to thauboard thauboardDuring thb the + board boardDuring ard ardDunng
During the meeting It was developed developedthat deYelopedthat developedthat
that since tnee July 1 there has been no nosuperintendent nosuperintendent nosuperintendent
superintendent of schools and no secretary sec secretary c cretary ¬
retary to the board and that there Is laurgent Isurgent isurgent
urgent necessity of electing these th two twrofficial twooftletalJl twoomdala
official Under the present pre nt circum circumstances elreumstaaeea circumstances
stances the requisitions and voucherfor voucher vouchersfor oouehertor
for the schools cannot aLHD t be signed no nocan nor norcan norcan
can they b be signed until a secretary 1 1regularly 1regularl is isregularly
regularly elected by the board Th Threason The TherelUlOn Thereason
reason for this is 1 that the old law ex explred ftXplred axptred
plred June 10 and since then no secre secretary IMCretary secretary
tary or superintendent of schools ha habeen h8 h8been hasbeen
been named namedSurprise namedSurprise namedSurprise
Surprise at Postponement PostponementIt
It was a great surprise to the paopti paoptiattending peop peopattending peeps peepsattending
attending the meeting that the choice eholcof eholeeot choiceof
of these two officials was postponed bu buthe butthe but buttbe
the board based its It action on the sar sargrouRd sane saneground aDe aDegrocnd
ground that these two officials will m 1 1of be beot beof
of infinite lntnUe importance in the conduct conducof conductot conductof
of the schools ehool and every care should shoulibe should1M shouldbe
be taken in their selection The former formesuperintendent tormerwperntendent formersuperintendent
superintendent of schools A T Stuart Stu Stuart JStuart
art and the foimer tor mer secretary to th thboard Ute Utebord theboard
board William W Conner It had b bcuufldently been beeneunfldently
1 cuufldently expected axpeet would woi Id be elect electto elected electedto electedto
to their old position tlOM without delay delayQuestion or orQuestion orquestion
Question QuestionFailure Questionut questionPyilute
Failure ut by the t beard to take ta fake lush eh ehtlon ac action anDon
Don stranely tron ly swarestftd tAd that there tfeeraother t erTe erTeother are areother
other oamMdates t to the Held and that thatthere tL tLthere t tthece
there may be some 110 chance of newomn newomners DeWaOmera newcomers
ers getting one or both of the position 1IMIU0D3This positionThis pocttloaaThis
This however is S not regarded as prob probable probable probable
ableAt able ableAt ableAt
At 101 1011 Admiral Baird called UM UMboard ue ueboard theboard
board to t order and a temporary organ organUation or orIaUon organtendon
tendon was w effected with the admiral admlraas admiralohalrman admiralas
as chairman Mrs Terrell as secretary secretaryand secretaryand ecretrTand
and Mrs Hill and Mr Cox aa tellers tellersA te1leraA tellersA
A vote by ballot was wa immediately tak taken taken talcen ¬
en for a permanent president of the theboard th thboard <
1 board resulting in seven votes for Ad Admint Admiral Admiral
miral Baird Srd The vote was then mad madunanimous made madeulUUllmou madeunanimous
unanimous and the admiral took hi hiplace his htap hisplace
place p as presidentOn president presidentOn
On a vote by ballot for the vice vi presi presidency preeidency preaideacy ¬
dency of the u board the result was Proto PrefEverman ProfEverman ProtoEverman
Everman 4 Mr Cook S Mr II Cox 1 1Mr 1Mr 1Mr
Mr Oyster 1 A A second vote vot was called calledfor calledfor calledfor
for by the president on the ground that thatno thatno thatno
no one had received a majority of th thvotes the thevotu thevotes
votes of the board The second vote voteresulted voteresulted voteresulted
resulted Prof Everman I Mr Oyster
1 Mr Cook 1 Prof Bverman was then thendeclared thendeclared thendeclared
declared elected vice president presidentAdmiral prelddentAdmiral presidentAdmiral
Admiral Baird Accepts Presidency PresidencyIn
In accepting the presidency of the theboard theboard theboard
board Admiral Baird said saidI ald
I am profoundly grateful for this high highhonor hlahhonor highhonor
honor which I did not expect and did didnot didtot didnot
not tot JHek tek In all my work with Uh this tit body bodyI
I will strive first for the interests of the theschools theIIcbools theschools
schools and secondly for the interests In lltI of ofthe ortbt ofthe
the board boardDr boardDr boardDr
Dr Atwood one of the colored mem members me melHtrs members ¬
bers then moved to postpone po tpoRe the alee election aleelion alection ¬
tion of a secretary to the board until untilthe UAtllthe untilthe
the next meeting as iii he thought tbou bt it a ahighly ahighly ahighly
highly important post po t and wished time timeto timeto timeto
to think the matter over His Hi motion motionwas motionwas motionwas
was carried without discussion discussionOn d1 discussionOn euaalon euaalonOn
On motion of Mr Cox the new board boardj boardvoted boardvoted
j voted to adopt the rules of the old oldBoard oldBoard oldhoard
Board of Education Is so far as they did dUlI dlJnnt didnot
I not conflict with the new legislation lect 1atlon re regftrding reX1Udng regarding
gftrding the schools and with the un understanding unit unerstanding ¬
derstanding it that the new board is at atliberty AtUberty atlierty
liberty to change them whenever it sees seestit Meafit seesfit
fit fitAdmiral Admiral Baird then proceeded by byIng say aaying saying
ing ha would appoint some of the stand standing tand tandJng tan tanlocommittees ¬
ing locommittees committees Mrs Hill however howeversuggested howevOlua howeversuggested
suggested ua ellted that dlt such suchbecause such an important step stepshould stepahould stepshould
should be deferred because e all of f the theimportant UeImportant theImportant
important work ork of the board is done by bytf bylU byits
lU tf > remittees and the president ought oughtto oubtto oughtto
to be thoroughly acquainted with its itssole ItIIperwonnel icepersonnel
personnel before making his appoint appointmeftta appointmeets
meets The Admiral explained that his hissole hissole
sole reason for haste was wasIi Ii to facilitate facilitatethe facilitatethe acilitatethe
the business of the board He reminded remindedhis remindedhi remindedhis
his hi hearers that there might not be beanother hsanother beanother
another meeting of the board until next nextSeptember nextseptember nextSeptember
September Mrs Hill argued that there thereought thereoucht thereought
ought to be other meetings before then thenin thenIn thenIn
in order to get the affairs of the board boardin boardIn boardIn
in shipshape sblp hape condition conditionMr conditionMr conditionMr
Mr Oyster also al o sustained Mrs Hills Hillsposition HmlIpMlHon Hillsposition
position saying he thought It might mightbe mlKhtbe mightbe
be necessary to hold many meetings meetingsthte meeUn88thl8 meetingsthis
this summer The point was tempo temporarily temporarOy temporarity ¬
rarity passed d over overUrge ove oveUrge overUrge
Urge Time to Deliberate DeliberateOn
On motion of Dr Atwood the admiral admiralrulod admiralrulod admiralruled
rulod that it was in order to elect a asuperintendent 8 8superintendent asuperintendent
superintendent of schools and said ballots bal ballots ballots ¬
lots should be cast castAgain cacti castlAgain cactiAgain
Again Mrs Hill objected saying this thiswas thl thlwaa thiswas
was too hasty action in the first great greatimportant greathnportant greatimportant
important step c < tep this L rd tdhl is to take takeShe takeSbe takeShe
She was wa sustained by Pro ilcrman ilcrmanwho war Jarman Jarmanwho man manwho
who said saidWe saidWe saidWe
We ought to defer it and have time timeto tJmoto timeto
to think ft It t over It is a big step and andshould andshould nd ndshould
should be taken only after the fullest fullestconsideration fullestconsideration fullestconsideration
consideration and the deepest care careAdmiral careu careuAdmiral careAdmiral
Admiral Baird agreed to the postpone postponement postponement postponemont ¬
ment only after saying he had made up uphie uphie uphis
hie mind on who ought to be superin superintendent superintendent superinetendent ¬
tendent He also reminded the board boardthat b boardthat ard ardthat
that until a superintendent is elected electedthe electedthe electedthe
the schools of the District of Columbia Columbiaare
are left without an official headMr head headMr headMr
Mr Cox moved that ehe election of a asuparolntandant asuperolntendent
suparolntandant be postponed for one oneday onoday oneday
day dayThis
This was seconded by Mr Oyster with
6 to the Seashore and Return HeturnVia ReturnVia ReturnVia
Via Pennsylvania Railroad every Friday Fridayand Fridayand Fridayand
and Saturday Stur aY Atlantic City Clt Cape May Mayall
Wildwood or betas cean City TIcKets Tickets good ood on onall onall
all trains And to return until the follow followine followIn followin
ine In Tuesday Atlantic City Special Speclalleaves leaves leaves1lt
1101 1lt 110 p > m weekdays Iv eckda s Adv
Result of o First Meeting MeetingRoar MeetingRoar MeetingRoar
Roar Admiral George W Baird Bairdretired BairdretIred Bairdretired
retired president of > the new newBoard miw miwBoard newBoard
Board of Education EducationProf EducationProf EducationProf
Prof Barton W V Everman vice vicepresident vicepresident tlaopre
president presidentSuperintendent pre presidentSuperintendent ident identSuporintendant
Superintendent of school not notelected DotolactGd notelected
elected electedSecretary olactGdSecretary electedSecretary
Secretary to the board not notelected notolected ot otclectoo
elected electedthe olectedthe
1 1the
the explanation that the now beard b fInl 1 1thirty has haJIthirty hasthirty
thirty days in which to organise Th Thmotion TItmotion The Themotion
motion was then adopted to take up th thelection the thoelection theelection
election of a superintendent of school schoolland lIChooltlland schoolsfund
land a secretary to the board at 1 1oclock 11 11oelock 11oclock
oclock tomorrow mOrning inorningIn mOrningIn
In the course or the meeting Mrs MrsTerrell MfaTerrell MrsTerrell
Terrell made a motion to secure in their theieligibility tbetreUalblHt theireliglblllty
eligibility places the few graduates raaua o othe of ofthe ofthe
the Normal Schools who were not ap appointed appointed appointed
pointed by the old board to positions P IIttlon a ateachers as asteaeber asteachers
teachers prior to June 30 0 It was deolded de deelded decided
elded to refer this to the District audi auditor auditor auditor
tor torI
Residents to Use se Drastic DrastiiMethods DrasticlVlethods DrasticMethods
Methods to Stop Col Colored Colored Colored ¬
ored Settlement SettlementFive
Five hundred indignant resident residentof rOllldentllof
of suburban Washington aaldngt n are up ii iiarms 1n 1narm inarms
arms arm literally llterall over the proposi proposition propoaltiOD proposition ¬
tion to sell eU the subdivision aubdiv aioB known knowias knOWJl13almont knownas
as Belmont situated on the Rock Keekville Rockule Rockrifle
rifle ule road just across the Distdei Distdeiline DlatrletHBC Dislrlatline
line in Maryland to colored pea peaTUf peoA6
TUf A6 6 The file 1 of lot lo lots s in th the sub sabdivision 1RIbdhialon subdivision
division is now 110 bedn being S advor adyert1e4 adyert1e4aDd rtised rtisedand p pand
and the fact that colored pa paare 180 180are persons personsare
are desired particularly as pur ptuchasers purchMenI purchasers
chasers is i emphasized in th the an announcement announcement 1 1nouacement ¬
nouncement nouncementThe nouacementThe nouncementThe
The community embracing embraiwn embra DI th thhomedweller tAe tAehoaaedwellerli thehoardwellers
homedweller in Bethesda Friend Friendship Friendship FrieD FrieDhip ¬
ship hip Heights Somerset Drunuaoad Drunuaoadand DrumJ80ac1and Drumyaondand
and that whole section of the DIe Instrict DIetriet Dietriet
triet and Maryland is d ablaze wit witanger with withaJaCer withanger
anger A number of meetings meeti have hsvibeen hebeen havebeen
been held and fiery ery denunciation denunciationof denundatioof
of the proposed propo8e < l sale of Belmont lot lothave Jotshae Iotahave
have been indulged induled in freely It is isfiercely ii iifiercely i iftereely
fiercely declared that the plan shall shaJnot shallnot shallnot
not be consummated no matter mattewhat matterwhat matterwhat
what methods are needed for it itdefeat its itadofeat itsdefect
defeat The suburbanites declare declarewillingness a awflllDgneu awillingness
willingness to go to any length lengthAny lenlthAny lengthAny
Any Method to Prevent Settlement SettlementRichard SettlementRlebal SettlementRichard
Richard < M Ough one 0 of the th leadin leadineitisens leading leAdbagctUaena leadingettisens
eitisens of 0 Friendship Heights and andpioneer a aplooeer apioneer
pioneer resident re dent of that locality a larg largowner large larftOWBer largeowner
owner of property and a man who wbistands wbotandtl whostands
stands high in the esteem of his h neigh neighbors D81 D81bor neighbors < < ¬
bors bor and the community Je 1 the mop mopavowed moat moatavowed mostavowed
avowed exponent of the methods of r rpresslon re repreMJon repression <
presslon which are freely threatened threatenedNo threatenedRe
No negro shall ever build a house hou i iBelraont In InBelmont inBelmont
Belmont said Mr Ough today too STo STomay You Youmay Youmay
may say that for me with the greatest greatespositiveness grMtMtpo greatestpositiveness
positiveness po Itlvenea in which the thought cai caibe can canbe canbe
be conveyed I speak for MO men a adetermined U Udetermined asdetermined
determined as I am myself We Ye do no nocare not notcare notcare
care what methods are needed to prevent prevena preventa
a calamity which appears to be impending impend impending ImpendIng ¬
ing whatever whatev < < they o are those methodwill method me methodswill lOds lOdswlU
will be taken takenWeald takenWould takenWould
Would Destroy Des oy Happiness of Homes HomesTo HomesTo HomesTo
To establish a negro colony C lony at Bel Belmont Belmont Betmont
mont practically at our doors and be beyond beyond beyond ¬
yond the restraint of the District police policxforce policeforce policeforce
force would mean the Impairment oi oiour or orproperty ofour
our property values alues a constant menac menacito menacto menacto +
to our peace and security and th thdestruction the thedeetructJon thedestruction <
destruction of the happiness of our ouihomes ourftomM ourhomes
homes White bIte men cannot be expected expecteito expeetedto
to endu e it Itand and we certainly shall no noendure not notdr8 notendure
endure dr8 it itYou t tYou t tY
You Y oc may call the organization w ware we weare 1 1are
are forming White Caps Ku Klux ei eiwhat or orwhat orwhat
what you wilt Be assured as ured it is an ef effective ettoCl1V eihcttve ¬
fective organization and that its It mem members members teemhers ¬
bers mean what they say Belmont wil wilnot w1llnot will willnot
not be a negro colony The land may
be sold to negroes but that Tvlll be the thiend theend theend
end of it itLe ItLee itLee
Le Lee D Latimer secretary of the W Wdent WH V VH
H Feat Company and 0 a leading resi resident resident
dent of Drummond Tms 8 emphatic In his hiscondemnation hiscondemnation hiscondemnation
condemnation of the project projectThe proje projectThe < t tThe
The threat that hangs over our ourheads ourheads ourheads
heads is a very serious one said Mr MrLatlmer MrLatimer MrLatimer
Latimer and I confess I sea no means meansof meansot meansof
of meeting meetin the situation save to buy buythese buythese buythese
these people off I understand a fund ia iabeing iebeing Isbeing
being raised for this purpose although althoughI
I have not been approached directly for tora fora
a a contributionPersonally contribution contribution contributionPersonally
Persona Personally Iy I dont think I wouldcare would wouldcare wouldcare
care to continue my residence in this thissection thissection thissection
section if the plan is consummated Our Ourhomes Ourhomes Ourhomes
homes would become Insecure and our ourfamilies ourfamilies ourfamilies
families would live in a 0 constant condi condition condition condition ¬
tion of danger danger and uncertainty Thevery The Thevery Thevery
very prospect is s positively appalling
Something must musta be a done to meet the thedancer thodaner thedanger
dancer that menaces but I confess I Idont Idont Idont
dont know what it will be beHenry beu beuHenry beHenry
Henry W Offutt of p Friendship iendship
Heights is another resident who feels feelsabout teelsabout feelsabout
about the matter practically as do Mr MrOugh MrOugh MrCugh
Ough and Mr Latimer La mer As to the seri serious serious serious ¬
ous menace of the situation he is Quite Quiteat Quiteat quiteat
at one with 1th them and he expresses n nstrong nstrong astrong
strong hope that the negro colony at atBelmont atBelmont atBelmont
Belmont will fall through Further than thanthis thanthis thanthis
this he does not othcare care to go Many Manyothers MIlnYothers Manyothers
others living in toh the h affected neighborhood neighbor neighborhood neIghborhood ¬
hood give vent to tosim similar sim lay sentiments sentimentsMost sentimentsMOBt aentimentaMost
Most of them confess a 0 perfect perfeot inability inabilityto
to discuss the situation In any language languagesuitable languagesuitable languagesuitable
suitable for publication publicationA publicationAn
An A or organization n1Zl1t1on at i the indlgnnnt indlgnnntcitizens Indignantcitizens i icitizens
citizens has been formed and constant constantadditions constantadditions constant constantadditions
additions to its membershi membership arc bein beinmade being beingmade beIngmade
made It was this to which which Mr Ough Ougnreferred Oughrettrred Oughreferred
referred when he said You may call callus cn11us callus
us White White Caps or Ku Klux or whatyou whatyou what whatyou
you wilt wi1LAccording U According to him the or oron ortfnnpd orC orfnntinuot
fnntinuot tfnnpd on f Sixth Pflso1 +
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Bureau of Labor Issues Statistics of Cost of Living Based BasedOn BasedOn Basedon
On Investigation by Mr Forman of Nineteen NineteenFamilies NineteenFamilies NineteenFamilies
A stiMy of t the ooudltluts ttM at living livingamong 1TbagtM
among tM pHI ot tIM DIIItrict ot Co Celumlria i iJumbia
lumbta has lust been published put ltllbe4 by theEureaa th thBureau the i iBureau
Bureau of Labor of the Department I batt u uCommerce uCoauIMsee urn urnCommerce
Commerce and Labor it ts an a ex oxtremey extremely i itreIMIT
tremely thorough and detailed detailed analystof analyst AIIlyalallt
of t the household economies eo < < IHMnl of nineteen nineteenfamilies nlneteellfamm nlneteemrfamilies
families famm All of them the represented the thestratum th thstratum thatratum
stratum of society closely along lon the thepoverty th thpoverty I Ipoverty
poverty line UII In no one of them coul coula could coulda
a weeks wtCk wages of the tit prodneing pcoda CO aetq lns he hehave bead JMadhaft beadhave
have been missed without serious rtoWi dis discomfort di dicomfort tUCOIfttor
comfort while the lees of income for formonth iii amonth
II IImont
mont month would have enforced appeal to tocharity toehaudty tocharity
charity charityThe charityThe I In
The n investigation invUp on has been conducted conductedby conductedby I
by S XL E Forman and his report on itcovers it itcovers itcoven
covers almost 100 pages J > I < < N of the current currentbulletin ettrNlttl ettrNlttlbul1et1l1 currentbulletin
bulletin Just published ubJ It is aa aailluminating aalUumtt antflumlaating
illuminating lUumtt analysis of conditions of ofthe otl otlthe ofthe
the poor in thai tba it indicates those re respects respects ¬ I Iapec
spects apec wherein the poor are ar themselves themselveslargely themMIYlargely themselveslargely
largely responsible for their own mis misfortunes mlatortun misfortunes ¬
fortunes tortun and also those wherein whereinsociety wberebtoclety wheretosociety
society has failed fairly to discharge dischargeits > G GIta
its it obligation to these th Us least leastfortu leastfortunate fortu fortunate fortunate ¬
nate members membersTo member8To membersTo
To write the financial history hl tory of ofhousehold a ahousehold ahousehold
household is 1 not easy There must be beintelligence beInteUllrenee beintelligence
intelligence to keep correct record of oftransactions ortranKctJona oftransactions
transactions there must be honesty so sobriety BObnety sobriety ¬
briety industry and morality There Thereis TheNI Thereis
is I necessary a a willingness to cooperate cooperatewith ODoperatewith cooperatewith
with the investigator inve Uptor which implies a aoertala aoertaJp aeertalat
oertala good will toward the world worldSuch worldSuch worldSuch
Such a combination of conditions Is sel seldom seldom eeldam ¬
dom found in a family in the lowest lowestdepths 10W88tdeplb lowestdepths
depths of poverty and Ad the subjects of ofthis otthis ofthis
this investigation are of the th next bet better better better ¬
ter grade Without giving in detail Mr MrPormaiis MrFormans MrFormans
Formans description de cnptioft of the nineteen nineteenfamilies nineteentamlU nineteenfamilies
families tamlU a suggestion as a to their cir circumstances dreum circumstances ¬
cumstances eum taDee may be made IB e The numbers num numbers nwnt ¬
bers of t members of the families are re respectively e eilpecttvelY espectively ¬
spectively ten four seven seveaseeR seveaseeRseven seven wello se seven seveneven weR weRven
seven ven six eight nine Ave eight six sixfour sixtour sixfour
four six ab six 1x seven four six and andOccupations andBeven andseven
Occupations and Incomes IncomesOccupations IncomesOccupations IncomesOccupations
Occupations incomes and rent paid paidCoal paldCoal paidCoal
Coal Heaver J I to ill 12 weekly rent S4ti0 S4ti0monthly 860 SfiOmonthly 860monthly
monthly janitor j nitor W II monthly rent rentmonthly 2 2monthly 2monthly
monthly laborer 3 dally with muoh muohloss muoh10u muohloss
loss of time rent ren 55 5 monthly shovelers shovelersfather shovelerstather shovelersfather
father and eldest son are both em employed employed omployed ¬
ployed each at 5LR LID dally rent 756 756monthly 7bOmonthly lHmonthly
monthly teamster tem ter 8 weekly and anddaughter anddaughter anddaughter
daughter working occasionally In a a box boxfactory boxfactory boxfactory
factory at t 2 per woek are the was wasearners wage wageerneril wageearners
earners rent 7 monthly charwoman charwomanwidow cbarwomanwidow charwomanwidow
widow OO 20 monthly with hours per permitting permitting permitting ¬
mitting her to do some other workWhich workwhich work workwhich
which increases her income eldest boy boycontributes boycontributes boycontributes
contributes something irregularly rent
6 monthly washerwoman w sterwoman deserted by byhusband byhusband byhusband
husband earns H I weekly and ldest tldeeetgirl dde8tgirl ldestgirl
girl also earns like amount rent 56 56These iemonthly 6 6monthly
monthlyThese monthly monthlyThese
These aro typical of the entire list of ofcases otcasos ofcases
cases examined And Mr Forman addsthey adds addsthey add addthey
they are representative of a 0 normal normaland normaland normsand
and a very ery large lar e segment of societyThe society societyThe sec1etyThe
The people the intimate facts of whose whosedomestic whosedomestic whosedomestic
domestic economy are herein set forth forthare forthro forthare
are ro representative repre entatlve of the thousands of ofother otother ofother
other people in the District Taking the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country over they are representative representativeof
of millions of honest Industrious cltltens citi citizens oItizens ¬
Wages Set the Table TableThe TableTho TableTito
The Inquiry was In two divisions three threeweeks threewoeltS threeweeks
weeks In Bummer and two In winter winterMr winterMr winterMr
Mr Forman prints many pages of tabu tabulations tabulations tabulations ¬
lations of the exact detail of expendi expenditures expenditures expenditures ¬
tures of each family week by week weekHere weekHere weekHere
Here comes in the real pathos of this thisetory thisstOry thisstory
stOry of the poor In the case of several severalfamilies severa1taml1Sea several1ltmlllles
families Mr Forman found the expendi ex > > endl ¬
ture tv for food f in seme wssfcr WMId ws ld t1 t1meet 1 1Me Imeet
meet double Me that of ethers Way lie lieinquired he1nqu1red lieinquired
inquired and the answer wer was simpy simpythat Nmp3that p pthat i i
that in one week the wageproducer w producer of ofthe J
the family wa wu regularly re < < ularly employed ploed and andthey andthey adi
they had enough eoU h to eat in another week weekhe weekhe
he was not regularly working and they theydidnt Uaeydidnt theydidnt 1
didnt have enough < < to eat eatAnother to 1 1Another
Another family spent Lit fL for food ione i ione II < 1 1one
one week we w k and orJy J891 31 the foUowto foUowtoweek foUowtnweek
week Again whyT why Because Becu the r rtJI rerfoil r rfell +
fell 11 due in the later week and th the tardily fnra fnraily tltl4Uy
ily cut down k He eating ting that this mf mh mhbe mght mghtDe ht htbe
be paidAnother paid paidAnother paidADOtler
Another family dropped from fl m the hct hctury luxury hntnrY
ury of a I77 6T i weekly eekly expense for fool foolia fOOo1In foolain
ia one week to the privation of J 4I ia iaanother 1 ain a aanotherend I Ianothe
another anotherend and d it was M a family o 0t s ewes ewespeople vea veapeople
people too the explanation was u tSe tSenecessity e enecessity J
necessity necessity = t ty to say ay rent to meet aa Install Installment lnstaUeat installment ¬
ment eat on an old debt and the misfortune misfortuneof ml fortwM 11
of the wage earners earner idleness part of the thetime theUme thetime
time So the th family f mlb of seven sustained sustainedlife staJDeclUf sustainedlife
life Uf on f4 i4i I for or this tAt lean weekDiscusses week weekDlscQsTOe 1 1DIICU
Discusses DIICU 8G Food F Od Values ValuesBut ValuesBut ValuesBut
But Mr Forman find finds that the nutri nutrition nutritton twirltics ¬
tics received Ived is Ly no means proportion proportionate ¬
ate to the expenix es 3 Thus 10 ants willpurchase will willpurchase I Ipurehue
purchase the equivalent of uae M calories caloriesIn calorteIn
In energy whin spent for corn meal mealWhile meaJwtal1e mealwhile
While It will bay only SB > < 9i In the th form formof formot formof
of eggs The Thol 3 cents ta spent for stew stewbetf stewbeef
beef will produce more than twice twieemuch as asmuch asmuch
much nutrition nutrl as if spent for round roundsteak roundateak roundsteak
steak steakThe ateakThe steakThe
The lack of intelligent selection of offoods offoods offoods
foods with reference to these differences differeaceein dlftec8BCeIn
in n nutritive value was one of the most moststriking omoststriking moststriking
striking phases brought brou < < ht out Most of ofthe orthe ofthe
the families famlll seem to have had no Idea Ideaof Ideaor ideaof
of comparative food values Thug one onefamily onemU onefamily
family mU of seven with 1 th only 96 cents centscapita par parcapita percapita
capita per week eek for food spend in the thaflve theAve thefive
Ave weeks nat U for pies il2t 221 21 for oak oakand calUAnd case caseand
and candiesbeing oandies eandl being more than was spent spentfor spentfor spentfor
for meat This ThI family used no rice oat oatmeal oatmeal oatmeal ¬
meal and almost a1mo t no cornmeal or pota potatoes potatoes potatoes ¬
toes And it was wa not exceptional exceptionalBoys exceptlooa1Boys exceptionalBoys
Boys Are Expensive ExpensiveTo
To raise boys is an expensive n ive business businessfor bu businessfor tne s stor
for the poor according to Mr 1 Forman FormanThe FonDaaThe FormanThe
The poor DOr ought to raise nJ e girls girl Looking Lookinginto LookingInto LookingInto
into the comparatively high food ex expenses expen enlioness ¬
lioness pen of certain families in the list listhe listhe listhe
he finally accounted for them OI m by the fact factthat factthat actthat
that most of the children were boys boyshealthy boy boyhe boyshealthy
healthy he 1thy gro1 gro1ng Ing boys boy boysand and that their theirappetites theirappetl theirappetites
appetites appetl te8 drafted most of the house household boUMhold household ¬
hold Inoome In one family rnUy Mr Forman Formansays FormaneYs Formansays
says The boys boy were eating eatln the family fam family fD1Uy ¬
ily out of house and home Rent was wasin wsIn wasin
in arrears in the latter part of the pe period period period ¬
riod investigated and there was no nomoney nomoney nomoney
money for needed clothing To save the thesituation thesltution thesituation
situation two of the boys were sent to tothe tothe tothe
the industrial school Immediately after pftertho fitertho afterthe
tho Investigation was ended endedSacrificed endedSacrificed endedSacrificed
Sacrificed All for FoodIn Food FoodIn FoodIn
In the very ver next family on the list listthe listthe listthe
the food was ample and fairly good But Buthow Buthow Buthow
how By sacrificing everything else elseThe eiseThe OOIeTho
The family lived far on the outskirts of oftho otthe ofthe
the city so far from a school that tho thochildren thochUdren thechildren
children did not attend poor clothes clothesand cloth clothand clothesand
and absolutely no decent furniture rep represented resresented represented > ¬
resented other sacrifices s crltlcos to meet the demands de demands demands ¬
mands of tho stomach stomachNext stomachNext stomachNext
Next to food rent was the serious serlousitem seriousitem j jItem
Item with withthese these poor families The aver average average j jage
age for the nineteen families was about
57 7 per month But this conveys littlo littloidea littloidoo littleidea
idea o what was secured because in insome InBome insome
some parts of the city that expense will wfllbuy willbuy willbuy
buy only unbelievable squalor and andwretchedness nndwretchednoss andwrelchednoss
wrelchednoss wretchedness 1 while in others In the thapurlieus thepurlieus e epurlieus
purlieus It will secure a 0 considerable considerablemfeiaures conalderablmfdSures siderable siderablemrarsures
mfeiaures of comfort and an convenience convenienceNift convenienceNJt convenienceN
Nift N 4t ono was a a modern house not ono onohifd onoh1 oneh
hifd h1 h 4d a bathtub one one had h running runningt wa watj wat
tj t in most cases water had to bo car carrd cnrr c crthd
rd r d EO far as to preclude its use In ado adoj adoJ j jContinue
J j
Continue ontlnu on Ninth Page
COMES TOMORROW TOMORROWSituation T0 0 R0 R0Situation
Situation to Be Relieved Relievedby Relievedby Relievedby
by Arrival of Big BigSchooner BigSchooner BigSchooner
Tho American lee Company was notified noti notified notied ¬
fied ed by the Norfolk and Washington WashingtonSteamboat WashingtonSteamboat WashingtonSteamboat
Steamboat Company fhia wi morning that thatthe thatu thatthe
the u fourmasted schooner Alice Holbrook Hdbrookwas Holbrookwas HoIbkwas
was at the mouth of the Potomac last lastevening JatOenm lastevening
evening Oenm and that she will probably prob bty ar arrive ArrIfe srive ¬
rive t In Washington tomorrow morning morningThe momlngThe morningThe
The schooner Is loaded loa ed with 1100 tons tonsof tonfIot tonsof
of foe and her Arrival nval here will con considerably CORslderably considerably ¬
siderably relieve the the present situationNo situation situationNo ltuatioDNo
No news of the other toeladen schooners schoonershas SCftooMISbU seheonorshas
has been received as a yet yetAay yetby yotAny
Any intention of putting up prestf prestfprices prosy presprloe prosyprices
prices vas again denied by all the I Icoatpanies fcoJlpaalu icompanies +
companies Present prices they say 1iIL will willbe witlmalnt1necL willbe
be maintained maintainedWith malnt1necLW1th maintainedWith
With the damage done to the plant of oftb otthe ofthe
tb the Home Ice Company by the storm stormTuesday stonnTusday stormTuesday
Tuesday evening repaired this th company companytoday companytoday companytoday
today stated that it was prepared to totake totake totake
take care of all 1 I regular customers cu tomers with without w1thout withOut
out arty Increase in price and that their theirregular lhelr81IIat theirregular
regular 81IIat orders would be filled filledCan AiledCan filledCan
Can Only Handle Regular Trade TradeThis TradeThis TradeThis
This concern said further that they thaywere th thwere theywere
were making no efforts to break breAkany any ice icefamine Icefamine icefamine
famine and any effort in this direc direction dAreetlon direetion ¬
tion would have to be by the Ameri American Amerlean American ¬
can Ice Company At their office ot eo the thefollowing thefoUOWlng thefollowing
following statement was made madeAll madeHAll madeAll
HAll All we are trying to do is to handle handleour handleour handlour e
our regular trade It would be im impossible ImpC ireposefble ¬
possible pC > safble for us to have any appreciableeffect appreciable appreciableeffect appreciableotteot
effect on a 0 general ice famine with withplant withplant s splant
plant the size of ours The plant has hasa hasa
a 8 capacity oa oap acity lty of fifty tone a a day and ourpatrons our ourpatrons ourpatrons
patrons can rest assured that they th y will willbe willbe willbe
be be taken care ear of ofThe orThA ofThe
The published report that an In Increase Inoieue lnorease ¬
crease in price was due to overobargleg overobarg overcharging overobarglng ¬
leg by b the drivers caused much unfavorable un unfavorable unfavorable ¬
favorable comment among the em employes amploy emyes ¬
ployes ploy yes of all the companies oompens this morn morning morning mornbig ¬
ing From al quarters this assertion assertionwas 8S assertionwas erUon erUonwas
was denounced not only as unfair to tothe tothe tothe
the men but also to the oompanl88W companies companiesContinued
W A CarBOn wbo bu been a drl dryer dryerContinued er erContinued
Continued on Ninth PageAppreciate Page PageAppreciate
1 I IAppreciate
Appreciate The T e TimesThe Times TimesThe TimesTho
The articles The Times Tim has printed printedon
on the subject of the Shippers As Assoclatlon A Asoc1atlon Assedation
sedation havo been helpful Illum Illuminative illumInative iliuminative ¬
inative and aptly descriptive of the thesituation thesttuation thesituation
situation They have Gone fartoward far fartowsrd tartoward
toward putting tho public and tho thobusiness thobu thebusiness
business bu ln S Interests of the city In pos peasession possession possession ¬
session of the faots They make forpublic for forpublic forpublic
public understanding and publicsympathyand public publicsympathy pubHcsymp
sympathy sympathyand symp tbyand and that Is what we w e want wantR wantR wentR
R P ANDBSYS ANDBSYSPresident AID AIDPresident AND VS VSPresident
President of the B R P Andrews Pa Paper Paper Paper ¬
per Company and member of theorganization the theOrganization theOrganlzotion
Organization Committee C mmlttee of the Association As Association Assocl6tion ¬
sociation sociationThe socl6tionThe sociationThe
The editorial In The Times of Mon Monday l1fonday Monday ¬
day was a clear and cogent presen presentation presontatton presentationof ¬
tation tationof of the arguments In favor of ofthis otthis ofthis
this new movemont to extend and di diversify diversity diversify ¬
versify the business Interests ofWtshington of ofWashington olW
Washington W sh1ngton Te paper Is workingalong working workingalong workingalong
along right rJ ht lines We all appreciate appreciaiowhat approcIa1owhat appreciatewhat
v vC
what it Is doing
C J BELL BELLPresident BELLPresident BELLPresident
President of the American Security Securlvyand Seourlryand Securityand
and Trust Company ana chairman chairmanof
of tho Organization Committee
Business BusinessMen Men Are En Enthusiastic Enthusiastic Enthusiastic ¬
thusiastic Over NewPlan New NewPlan NewPIan
Plan to Win WinTrade WinTrade WinTrace
Words of Praise For Plan Planto Planto Planto
to Extend the JobbingTrade Jobbing JobbingTrade JobbingTrftde
Trade of Wash Washington Washington Washington ¬
First on the List ListAaeopUace ListOOlptaaeea ListAoeoptanees
AaeopUace of the t e imitation lavitatioato
to beeeme member wore e received receivedthte receivedt1da receivedthis
this moraine mOlJ DC from tr the follow followIBS following followlug
lug IBSWilKam
William G I Ofcrtar OfcrtarJ OIrt r rJ
J B Kendall KendallTh XeDdal1Tllit KendallThe
Th The Hofje A MeDowaU Co CoSecurity CoS CoSecurity
Security S Curlty Stor Storage fe Company CosapanyWashington CompanyWashington eoNLI17WUJdnc1mI
Washington Wholesale Whei Ml Drug DragBxchange DrugJhcBaaAe DrugBnohange
Bxchange BxchangeS
S Kann Son So Sons CoGlobe Co CoGlobe 0 0GlOM
Globe Printing Company CompanyWmahingt CoaapauyWashlngtoa CompanyWashington
Wmahingt Washington < m Toaeoo To eooo Company CompanyThe CompanyTM CompanyThe
The James Clark D DlMflliDg Dtetfllin dIiing Co CoW CoW Cow
W A Wfrne Wlinsmtt WlinsmttWarrea WftWarren tt ttWarren
Warren d < fc Dyer DyerW Drw DyerW
W F Hallam HallamB Ha1Ja Ha1Jan
B B Eornsbaw Eornsbaww Earaaiaw EantaIaeww EaraaiawW
W Jt Bowtm BowtmThe BoweBThe BowanThe
The B Eo lt B Adams Company CompanyJ CompanyClarence cmpanyClareDee CompanyClarence J
Clarence g Reader I I Bro BroP BroE BroE
E P Mert MertNational MertzNational ert ertNational
National Electrical Supply Co Colittlefield CoIlttle4eld CoIittleiield
littlefield Alrerd A Co CoRiehaxd 00R1c1tard QoRichard
Richard A CoPrank Co CoFrank CcJrrank
Frank J Plaley lPb ey A Son SonEiindlott SonRnndlett SonRundiett
Eiindlott Shade PaetoryHolmea Paetory JraetoryJIolmea PastoryHolmes
Holmes t A San SanG Sema SonC
G Heurieh HeurichBedell HeuriehBedell JIeurlekBecIe1l
Bedell Manufaeterteg CoE Co CoE CoE
E O Whitf WhitfOPd WhitfOPdC ord orda
a C J Bell BellIL BellIt DellR
IL It P Andrews raper Co CoHubbard CoHubbard CoHubbard
Hubbard Heating Company CompanyWalleratein Companyallersie1n Companyallerstein
Walleratein Bras BroaJames BroLJames BrasJames
James S Topham TophamWith Topbaalth Topbsal TopbsaWith
With lth the tint matt this morning morningletters mornmgletters morningletters
letters from Waahlartoa business businessmen businessmen businessmen
men in various lines of busineBSt busineBSti bUEint bueinessraccepting > sB sBaccepting
i accepting the invitation to become becomemembers becomemembers becomemembers
members of the new Shippers As Association Assoei Assedation ¬
sedation soei tion began to pour in upon uponCharles uponCharles uponCharles
Charles G Bell chairman of the thecommittee thecommittee thecommittee
committee in charge of organiza organization organization organization ¬
tion There was not no a single discordant dis discordant discordant ¬
cordant note in the ehoru of ap approval a aproval approval ¬
proval and praise Every letter received re received reoelved ¬
ceived was an D acceptance acceptanceThe aeeepraaceTho aoceprneeeThe
The letters were sent out Mon Monday Yonday Monday ¬
day and already despite the fact factthat factthat factthat
that a holiday has intervened mure murethan murethan
than thirty acceptances have beenreceived been beenreceived beenrooebed
received Others are expected with withconfidence withcon
confidence con denec during the day c1 y In thecourse the thecourse thecourse
course of a week the association ex expects expoets expects ¬
pects to have ha1 n hundred tiembersand tiembers t1embersand rmbersand
and with theae the organization organizationmeeting organizationmeeting organizationmeeting
meeting will be held and the or organization organiz organization ¬
ganization ganiz t1on formally perfected perfectedThe
The letters themselves m merely rely express expressand expressand expressand
and reflect re ect the public pu lIo view of the situa situation situaOD situation ¬
tion OD Everybody heartily favors this thiscampaign thtfScampaign thiscampaign
campaign to increase the wholesale wholesaletrade wholesaltrade wholesaletrade
trade of Washington On manufactur manufacturing manufacturIng manufacturlag ¬
ing and other subjects there is some dif difference dltrerence difference ¬
ference of opinion but upon this move movement movement movemont ¬
ment there is I absolute unanimity unanimityWhy unaAlmityVhy unanimityWhy
Why has h this not been done before beforeIs bfforeIs beforele
Is the only comment upon pOft the situation situationthat 8ltuationthat situationthat
that Implies i a note of dissutUfactlon dissutUfactlonwith dt diesatibtactionwith utbtlU on onwith
with the situation situationLetters situationLetters situationLetters
Letters of Acceptance AcceptanceAccompanying AcceptanceAccompanying AcceptanceAccompanying
Accompanying the acceptances of o the theinvitations theInvitations theinvitations
invitations to join the th exjiatun e = latil wereletters wereletters were wereletters
letters from promtnert firm lJIUI express expressing xt > ress ressing reasIng
ing their enthusiaetki approval vi w Z the theplan thenlan theplan
plan Among these rare the following followingFrom followingFrom followingFrom
From J B Kendall jobber in heavy heavyhardware he heavyhardware Y YhardIUe
hardware Iron and st ateul ateulRete1Tlng etadReferring J JReferring
Referring to your Jdnd favor of ofJuly ofJuly ofJuly
July 2 f in reference to shippern slLfJii sWppei in ° n aseoelation as association aseoelaUoa ¬
sociation am pleased plea ed to hand you youwith youwith 01 01Ith
with Ith this th signed paper inclosed lncl d me meand ro9and meand
and will be glad to forward dues dueswhen dUfSwhen dueswhen
when notified Although my ship shipments JOblpmoots shipments ¬
ments from this point amount to tovery toverY tovery
very little I am only too glad to tosubscribe toBub50ribe tosubscribe
subscribe to any association formed formedto formedto formedto
to promote and increase the business businessof buslnt buslntot
of this city cityFrom cityFrom cityFrom
From the Maurice Joyce j yce Engraving EngravingCompany EngravIngCompany EngravingCompany
Company CompanyYour CompanyYour CompanyYour
Your circular letter of July 2 is re received received nocelved ¬
ceived We are e very much interest interested Interested interestod ¬
ed In the matter of forming < < an or organization organlzatlon organization ¬
ganization such as the one outlined outlinedand ouWnedQl1d outlinedand
and we believe that a a great t deal of otI ofS6
S6 6 to Atlantic Cil Ci or Cape May Mayand Mayand Mayand
and return Every Friday and Saturday Saturdayvia Saturdayvia Saturdayvia
via Pennsylvania Rairoa Ra oad L Tickets good goodto goodto goodto
to return until the ollcvwinc f ollov ing TuesdaySame Tuesday TuesdaySame Tues ay aySame
Same rate to WUdwood Wlldwo > d 1 or Tcean cean City Cayp CityTh CityThrough
Th Through ough train to Ataldct AtaUlC f leaves leav a l lp 110 110p
p m weekdaysAdra

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