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Fair Colder CO corTong1zt Tonight ight and andSunday m
Sunday L c e a tn ton tme LAST LAsT1tThLBEE EDITION EDITIONrullBER
Senate Committee Sho Shovs ShovsBenefits > vs vsBenefits vsBenefits
Benefits to District Under Underthe Underthe Underthe
F the Pending Bill BillLIMITS BillLIMITS BillLIMITS
Valuations of Two Tw Companies CompaniesFixed CompaniesFixed
Fixed After Comparative ComparativeAnalyses ComparativeJ
J Analyses AnalysesA
A saving v1ng of 5200000 OQO ovory year ear to tho theconsumers thoconsumors
consumors consumers of gas in Washington will willbo w1l1bo
bo the Immediate effect of the passage passageof pas a e eof
of the th gas bill which has been re reported re reported ¬
ported by b the Senate District Com Committee CommItteo ¬
mittee according to a report en that thatbill thatbill
bill which was made to the Senate Senateby Senateby
by Senator Galllnger today todayThis todeyThis
This saving will inerea increase from year yearto yearto ear earto
to year yearSenator oar oarSenator
Senator Gallinger in his report ex explains explains ¬
plains the bill in detail and especially especiallythe
the capitalization features He says saysthat systbat
that for several years Ct1rs there has been beenan beenan
an agitation for lower gag prices At Attimes Attimes
times the criticism of the committee committeehas committeehas
has ha been bitter and severe The com committee commltteo ¬
mittee hoped that this bill will m afford affords
a just and practical solution of the thegas thegas thegas
gas question It is the th opinion of tho thooommittea thecommittee j jcommittee
committee that the th time has arrived arrivedfor arrivedorowor arrivedfor
for orowor lower gas prices and nd that a 10 10per 10per 10per
per cent reduction should be made madeLimit madeLimit madeLimit
Limit on Monoxide MonoxideAs
As to the monoxide features of the thebill thebill thebill
bill it is provided that after September SeptemberI
1 1 1910 the amount of monoxide shall shallnot shannot Mhallnot
not exceed 10 per cent The committee committeesays committeesa committeesays
says sa s this will necessitate a 8 change of ofthe ofthe
4 the Washington Gaslight Companys Companysplant Companysplant Companysplant
plant to a coal gas plant involving an anoutlay anoutlay anoutlay
outlay of from three to five million dol dollars dol1ars doljars ¬
lars The committee says the demand demandfor demandfor demandfor
for the change is i overwhelming o and is isbeing 1 1being Isbeing
being made in the interest and health healthof h6lilthat healthof
of the consumers consumersThe conswnersTho consumersThe
The report then takes up the question questionof
of capitalization The bill limits the thecapitalization thecapItalization thecapitalization
capitalization of the Washington Gas GasLight GasLight I ILight
Light Company to 10060000 and that thatof thatof
of the Georgetown company to
450000 < The report says sa aI there seems seemsto seemto
to be good ground to believe that an animpartial animuartl
impartial l appraisal apwIsIwould fa would uld largely exceed exceedthetse oed oedtl1oo8
thetse amounts 1flOU1ttS5 But the committee be bellavee be bel1e86 behaves
haves the figures gurea are fair to all con concerned concwned ¬
cerned and accelerate the movement movementfor movementfDr
for cheaper gas gasValuation gasValuation gasValuation
Valuation Figures FiguresThree FiguresThree
Three different methods are then em employed emp1o ¬
ployed p1o ed to figure the valuation of the theplants tbeplants
plants of the two gas companies The TheWashington TheVshington
Washington Gas Companys plant is istaken Istaken
taken up first rst There are 190000 shares sharesttoe sharestiae shareste
ttoe average aVfrae price of wtiich for ten tenyears tenyears
years has not been less C88 than S50 50 per pershare pershare pershare
share This would jive a total value of ofthe otthe o othe
the shares of 7 7809000 7809000There OOO OOOThere
There are re outstanding certificates of ofindebtedness ofindGbtednpss
indebtedness amounting to 2600000 1 and andimprovement andImprov andImrerovment L
improvement Improv ment bonds of 9K7QO 780 Adding
these e together gives I YeaI 1098670 > as the thetotal thetotal thetotal
total value of the plant if figured by
this method methodTaking methodTtkIng methodTtkIng
TtkIng up the taxation of the prop property property piperty ¬
erty the t committee calculates the val valuation valuation va1uation ¬
uation of the plant on the basis of the theassessment theS th thassessment
S assessment essment and the amount of taxes taxespaid taXe8paJd taxeapaid
paid to be J1069U74 J1069U74The nOG914 flO691474The l lThe
The committee further finds that the thevaluation thevaluation
valuation of the Washington Gas Com Companys Comenys Cornp ¬
panys p ny plant is an even J1009ftOG9 no 0OI 1QO if it itwere itwere itwere
were permitted to capitalize on the thesame th thme
same me ratio as the Boston Consolidated I
Gas Company CompanyGeorgetown
Georgetown Plant PlantTaking PlantTaking PlantTaking
Taking up the valuation of the George Georgetown GeorgetoWIm Georgetown ¬
town plant the committee finds that its itsvaluation ItsvalatIon 1t I Ivaluation
valuation based upon the prices rte rkes of it itsecurities Itb Itb8GCUrttl
securities 8GCUrttl would be 58C0B 586f 8 On the thebasis theof tb i
basis of taxation it would be J57475 J57475Capitalized t 674b 674bCapitalized 74i7 74i7opltallzed
Capitalized on the same mt ratio as thd thdBoston th thMIton thBoston
Boston MIton < Consolidated Gas GaaS the valuation valuationRould valuationRou1d L
Rould be 675000 t6 5OOO including the franchise franchiseor p
or 615000 without it itThe ItThe ItThe
The committee coneludes from these thesedifferent thesedl1rerent thesdifferent
different methods met bods of valuation that a afair afair a L Lfair
fair figure ft re for the Washington Va hlngton Gas Light LI ht
Companys plant would be 7400000 with without withOt2t wtthout ¬
out the certificates of indebtedness s jr JrIICIOOOO n nif
30090000 if the th certificate of indebted indebtedness indebtedBeIIII Indebtedfloss ¬
ness are used as a basis for capitaliza capitalization capltalizatIon capltaiizalion ¬ I
tion tionSimilarly lionSimilarly
Similarly StmUarl the value of the Georgetown Georgetownplant GeoretoWIplant Georactownplant
plant te fixed at S2GQO b000 without consid considering coulderiDC consideiin ¬
ering eiin the certificate of indebtedness indebtednessand
and S4i0O 4ttGO > 3 if they are considered consideredSTORK con consideredSTORK ldered lderedSTORK
ROME Feb 20 2OThe The extreme solid solicitude 8OUcItude solidtude ¬
tude for Queen Helena during her rs rsccnt re reCflDt roccitt
ccnt stay in the Italian earthquake re region retIon ¬
gion was Yo explained today by the an ani anement anmjacsntent
i 0uacement ement that a fifth child is J expect expected xpecteid ¬
ed to arrive in the royal pala pa la e in July JulyThe JulyT JulyTIE
The T TIE e Queen has three ouuxnters ug te and andone ando andone
one o e son and the people are praying that thatthe thattlae thatthe
the fifth child will be a boy boyWEATHER boyWEATHER boyWEATHER
It will be slightly colder in the lower lowerlAke lowerJAke lowerLake
lAke region r s1 fl and the tb Middle Atlantic AtlanticStates AtlanticState AtlanticStates
States and wanner in the east Gulf GulfStates GulfState Gulf3ttei
States It will be warmer Sunday ex except exc cxcept ¬
cept c pt in the Middle Atlantic States and andth andtIN andtb
th tIN eastern tern lower Lake region regionStorm regionStorm onStorm
Storm warnings are displayed on the theAtlantic theAtlantic theAtlantic
Atlantic coast from Delaware Break Breakwater Breakatttl Jreakwatr ¬
water atttl to Eastport EastportFODBCAST XastportJrODECAST EaatportIr0DEcASr
Fair slightly pUT colder tonight Sunday Sundayfmtr SuDdaYratr Sundayftr
fmtr ratr light t westerly winds becoming becomingvariable b hecomtnTE1iFiRArJRPL j jTExPERATURE
variable variableS
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Sell a sate ta 142 142TIDES 1j3TIDJ
THaJJUtt tide t l S I1 a m and ai6pm SSi SSip 31 31Tomorrow
p pm loW tJae JM M p 111 111TomGrrowHIdI inTernorrewHisil
Tomorrow TomGrrowHIdI Hteh tW t lit 4 a w inp auld
9 p m low lU1e tld Ssfc t1 a m lII and IJ17 117p
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Steel Corporations Action ActionConsidered ActionConsidered ActionConsidered
Considered a Throwing ThrowingDown ThrovingDown ThrowingDown
Down the Gauntlet GauntletSMALLER GauntletSMALLER GauntletSMALLER
Despite Tone of Judge Garys An Announcement Announcement Announcement ¬
nouncement Battle Believed Believedto
to Be On
PITTSBUHG PIT TSBURG Pa Feb 20 2OTbe The action actionof actionr
of 1 l r the United States Steel Corporation Corporationin
in i n establishing the open market i3 I re regarded regarded reartled ¬
garded g artled here today as a declaration of ofwar IJCwar ofar
war w ar against the smaller independent independentconcerns IndependEntconcerns independentncerns
concerns co cofi ncerns who it is claimed by b the of officials ofclals ¬
ficials fi clals of the corporation and its sub subsidiaries sllbIdiaries SLibIdiaries ¬
Idiaries are responsible for the shading shadingof
of o f prices that led the bib steel men mento mento meno
to t o make so drastic a move Despite tne tneoptimistic tn tnoptimistic tneptimistic
optimistic o and friendly tone of Judge JUdgEE
E H Garys official statement the be belief bcHef beef ¬
lief Il ef is that a general battle of price pricecutting prlcecutting priceutting
c cutting is to be waged with probable probablodltrous probableisastrous
disastrous d results to the smaller con concorps I Icocps
corps corpsThe cocpsThe c erps erpsThe
The majority of the largest companies companiesafii2ied companiesartiUied companiesfiiiaicd
a afii2ied with the th corporation are load loaded loaded loadd ¬
ed e d up with stock which they can dump dumpon dumpn
on O n the market at prices prohibitively prohibitivelyw
low lo w for their smaller competitors It is isfeared 15feared Iseared
feared f all efforts on the part of the in independents independents ¬
dependents d to prevent a price war will willprove willprove willrove
prove p rove vain and that a number of the thesmaller thesmaller themaller
smaller s companies will be forced to the
wall wallOne wl1One w all allOne
One effect crr ct of the open market that thatPlan thatNAVAL thatNAVAL
Plan Organization Similar Similarto
to That of Regular RegularArmy RegularArmy RegularArmy
Army ArmyA
A general board of the naval na naval militia of ofthe ofthe ofhe
the t he CAuatry to be organized along1 lIiong simi similar similar simlar ¬
lar l ar lines in to the general board of the theregular th thregular theegular
regular r army ann will be formed in th thi thnKr Uts Utsear
i near n ear future if the plans unanimously unanimouslyapproved unanlmousl unanlmouslapproved unan1mousIpproved
approved a today at tile Meeting hifttm of the theNational theN theational
National N t1onal Naval Militia Association are arecarried arecarried arearried
carried c out outThe outThe outThe
The meeting took place in the New NewWillard NewWillard I
Willard It was attended by fortyflve fortyflvedelegates tortytlvedelegates fortyliveelegates
delegates d nearly every naval organiza organization ornlz ornlztion organizon ¬
tion li on of importance in the country being beingrepresented beingrepresented beingepresented
represented r A resolution appointing pppointlngcommittee a acommittee aommittee
committee c to devise plans for r the gen general general genral ¬
eral e ral board following a suggestion by byAssistant byAJJsistant byAssistant
Assistant Secretary of the Navy Her Herbert Herbert Herert ¬
bert b ert L Satterlee was 1 ad pted > without withoutdissenting withoutdhssenting d ddluentlng
dissenting vote voteThe voteThe ote oteThe
The following commltUe was at onc oncappointed once onceppolned onceppoInted
appointed z hy > > y Commander Henry S SColding SColdlng SColding
Colding who presided Capt Ca t Jacob W WMilJer WMiller V VMiUer
Miller of New York Capt Warren F FPurdy 1 1Purd FJurdy
Purdy Purd of Illinois llUn l and Capt apL Charles Ii IiDuBos LDuBoa TiDuBos
DuBos of South Carolina CarolinaNaval CarolinaNaval CarolinaNaval
Naval Militia Needs NeedsSpeaking NeedsSpeaking NeedsSpeaking
Speaking on the subject Naval NavalMilitia NaalMilitia Navaliiiu
Militia iiiu Needs Mr Satterlee said he re regretted reTeUed regretted ¬
gretted that Congress had een fit to put putaside putastde putaside
aside again the naval militia bill fath fathered fathred athGred ¬
ered e red by Representative Repre entAtiv Poss PossThe Fosl5The FossThe
The only way to get et the legislation legislationyou I le1slationyou slatlon slatlonyou
you desire said id Mr Satterlee 1 is to toorganise toorganize toorganise
organise for team work before this thismeeting thl thismeeting
meeting adjourns and i have the matter mattertaken mattertaken matteraken
taken t up by the next Congress and put putthrough Putthrough ut utthroush
through at the beginning of the session sessionThe aeMlonThe sessionThe
The Navy Department can help you youand youand youand
and it certainly will willIn willIn willIn
In the meantime I suggest IugS t th organ organization organIzation organzation ¬
ization I of a body corresponding c01T pondulg with withthe withthe withhe
the t he general board in the navy to con consider consider consider ¬
sider the military aspect a of questions questionsthat qU questionsthat 1lUon 1lUonthat
that affect the naval militia In this thisway thiaway thisway
way such questions could he brought to tothe tothe tohe
the t he Navy Department in definite definiteshape deftnltesh1pe definitehApe
shape s
Wireless Telegraphy TelegraphyThe
The question of o wireless telegraphy telt > grapny in inconnection InOnnecUon Inconnection
connection with the naval militia was wasone wasODe wasone
one of the things which Mr Satterle SatterleeI SatterleCtiitued
Cotitued tI ItUed on Second Page J
is i s sure to be realized according to j jPlttburg a aPlttbburg aPlttbburg
Plttbburg steel man would be a generul generulreduction genemlreduction genernireductlozt
reduction in the wages ag in the steel miUs millsall miUsall mIUSall
all ever th the country The majority of ofthe ofthe 01the
the executive of officers fleers of the large PlUs Pittsburg Pitlaburg PlUsburg
burg concerns have not returned return from fromNew fromNew froniNew
New York and the other officers refuse refuseto
to t o discuss the situation The directors directorsand directorsand UrectonlIInd
and officers of the various companies companieswill companieswill
will probably hold meetings to plan th the theContinued theContinued
1 Continued on Ninth Page PageAT PageCANAL PageCANAL
AT AT297766000 AT297766000Colonel 29U66300 29U66300Colonel 2977660001Colonel
Colonel Goethals Says Ditch DitchWill DitchWill DitchWill
Will Be Finished Jan January J January an anuary ¬
uary 1915 1915The 1915The 1915The
The cost of the Panana Pnaf Canal will willbe willbe willbe
be 9 > 17I1OQO 7 7W fr50 according to estimates estimateswhich 68thaateswhich est1uiatewhich
which were submitted to the subcom subcommittee JR COmtttee aubcoinrnittoe ¬
mittee of the th House Ayproprhi J proPIlattoaa proPIlattoaaCemmlUee AppropilatloiuC tfons tfonsCemraitteA
CemraitteA C mm1ttte by Lie Licist Col CoGoetbaJ George W WGoethals WGoethals
Goethals chief engineer en eer of the canalGoethals canalGoethals canal canalGoethal
Goethals Figures FiguresFor Fi res resFor
For construction and engineering engineeringsaid
said ld Colonel Goethals baaed on exactly exactlythe ex exactlythe tJr tJrthe
the same basis that the original esti estimates estimates estimates ¬
mates were prepared the cost will be
7766000 If we add to that sum the thecost th thcoet thcost
cost of sanitation and civil government governmentwe ovenunentwe I Iwe
we reach a figure assuming comple completion compJtlon completion ¬
tion January 1 1915 1915s as to which there thereIs thereIs
Is no doubt in the mind of anyone anyoneas anyoneassuming anyoneassumin as assuming ¬
suming sumin that we will find the canal com completed completed pj pjpleted ¬
pleted in January 1915 we reach a aure fig figure 11gure ¬
ure of m 325201000 OOO And to that the thepurchase JSO
000000 purchase price and d you have thetotal thetotal the thetotal
total cost to the United Slates of 1375 JI75tOOO W5IL000
301000 301000Colonel tOOOColn IL000Colonel
Colonel Coln Goethals l said that the critic criticism crltteIsm crltIemm ¬
ism against the lock type of canal did didnot dJdnot didnot
not take into consideration oom theblcrea8ed theblcrea8edco the increased increasedcose
cost co t of that type typeSix typeSix typeSix
Six Years Longer LongerFor LODerFor LongerFor
For construction > UHI engineering engineeringatone i engineeringalone Df neer1Dtalone
alone said Colonel ol > neI Goe CoIs ytls exclu exclusive exclustve cxciiialve ¬
sive of sanitation and cistl government governmentwhich overnmeatwhich vernmeJtt vernmeJttwhloh
which we estimate e lltnate at the rate of 1 1looe
00009 looe 0 a year YMrand and based n the fact factthat tactthat factthat
that the sealevel canal will take ftt fttleast stlea8t t tleast
least six years longer to build the sea seakvel seaItwel seahvei
kvel cana for construction and engi engineering englIteer1n engizecring ¬
neering Iteer1n alone exclusive of sanitation sanitationand san1tatinand > n nand
and civil government and th the purchase purchaseprice purcb purcbprle purchaseprice
price would cost 477101 477801096 Also A lBO It Itwould Itwould itwould
would take six years longer longerAnd longerAnd
And then I must add that these esti estimates estimates ¬
mates are based on the units of cost costas eo costas t tas J
as we have hav them tbf > m today nnd nd also ar arbased artbased arbased
based on data which we have hI n t veri verifl von vonfled i ift
fl fled d j of French maps for a la laf > re > po potion potion
tion of the excavations excavationsHe
He added that including the th I imounti imountipaid imountpaid mount i ipaid
paid to Panama and to the ompany and andContinued andContnued
Continued on Second Page
Executive Who Started Prosecution of Socalled Trust TrustOpposes TrustOpposes TrustOpposes
Opposes Clause in Bill Forbidding Purchase Purchaseof
of Explosives Except in War
President Roosevelt is in a it curiously curiouslyembarnuMimr curloultlyCNDbarraMlllC curiowilyembarrassing
embarnuMimr position Uon about the question questionof
of the Government buying powder from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the socalled caned trust He is prosecuting prosecutingthe prOfl CuUngthO
the alleged trust through the Depar Department Deparment Deparinent ¬
ment of Justice and at the same time timehas timehas timehas
has urged members m mbI8 of the House Naval NavalCommittee NavalCommittee NavalCommittee
Committee not to Insert in the nav navl navlbill navlbill l lbill
bill a provision prov Ion which would go o farther fartherto
to put the trust out of business s than thanany thanany thanany
any prosecution possibly could do doWhen doWhen doWhen
When the th navy nav bill loft the House it itcontained iteontalned Itcontained
contained a provision that powder powdershould powderabould powdershould
should not be bought mom the trust ex except except except ¬
cept in emergencies emergenciesWliats emergencIesU emergenciesWbats
U Wliats t an n emergency eme enc demanded demandedsomebody demandedJIOiftebod7 demandedsomebody
somebody on the Senate floor floorWar tIOorWar floorWar
War replied somebody else elseThen elMIheft elseThen
Then why not say war and Jid be sure surethat aureUult surethat
that somebody else will m not construe it itto Itto Itto
to mean something omethln else elseNo CIMNo elseNo
No sooner > said kl than done Except ExceptIn Ex pt ptIn
In case of war was inserted insertedNow lneertedNow InsertedNow
Now the President Pre tdent who knows about aboutthe abouttlt4 shoutthe
the powder situation doesnt want that thatexcept thatpt thatsxcpt
except pt in case of war war to remain in inthe Juthe Inthe
the bill He had taken ken the matter up upwith upwJth upwith
with members mJ nI of the House Naval Com Committee ComJWdttee Coinmittee ¬
mittee explaining that it is doubtful doubtfulif
if navy powder pow r could be obtained In
sufficient Quantities even for tunes of ofpeace otEaee ofpeace
peace outside olltaiclethe the trust He wants the1fn1CWI theliuguge the thelanguage
language < tt of th the House beE restored restoredThe re restoredThe
The Powder trust tr at it is i e explained plaloed has hasfour hasCourtaetole hasfour I
four Courtaetole factories capable of nakitig < navy navypowder navypowder navypowder
powder the Government Go rnment has one on The TheNavy TheNavy I INavy
Navy now makes about 1O10000 pounds poundsof
of powder a year etr and buys 2 iQlGOO iQlGOOpounds 8090 8090pounds SQOpounds
pounds The trust ome lIme ago ode odeclded decided de docided ¬
cided to convert oe of its 1t factories factoriesinto faclorteainto factoriesInto
into a dynamite establishment because becausej beeaUfIetwo becausetwo
j two were ere enough to supply the present presentdemand presentdemand
I demand for navy powder Naval au authorities authorltles anthoritles ¬
thorities urged the trust oncers o cerH not to todo todo todo
do this lest the capacity for supplying supplyingemergency supplyloCemergency supplyingemergency
emergency demand be endangered endangeredThe
The trust agreed gr but after the Senate Senateprovision Senateprovtlon Senateprovision
provision against apln l buying from the trust trustexcept trustexcept trustexcept
except In case of war passed the trust trustpeople trustpeople trustpeopis
people saw no reason fur making maJtln fur further further further ¬
ther concession and prepared to con convert convert convert ¬
vert two of their factories into dyna dynamite dynamite dynamite ¬
mite plants plantsThis 1lantsThis plantsThis
This brought brou < ht the matter to a crisis crisisThe ens ensThe crisisThe
The President doesnt feel ardent ardentenough ardentenoulh ardentenough
enough in his hi pursuit of the trust to tobe toboj tobe
be willing to endanger endan er the Navys sup supply aupply supply ¬
ply of powder If the Navy Nf vy powder powderfactories powdertactoltM powderfactories
factories go out of business btUll war would wouldlimi would11nd wouldfind
find the country unable to produce Its Itsexplosive Itsexplosive Itsexplosive
explosive till new plants should be beopened beopened beopened
opened and this might bring a most mostserious mo mostserious t taerlou
serious condition of affairs So he wants wantsthe wantsthe wantsthe
the provision of the Senate bill stricken strickenout strickenout strickenout
out outi outI outI
Appearances > earances Are He HeGet WillGet will willGet
Get the War Y ar Port Portfolio P Portfolio rt rtfolio ¬
I PresidentElect Remains Mum MumFeasted MumI MumFeasted
I Feasted Last Night Leavesfor Leaves Leavesfor Leavesfor
for East Today TodayBy To TodayBy ay ayI
I CINCINNATI Ohio Feb 2 IIt It is a apathetic apathetic apathetic
pathetic fact that the only ian in inCincinnati InCincinnati
Cincinnati who does 0e8 not know the thefull thefull thefull
full membership mem bershtp of the new Cabinet Cabinets
is i s William Howard Taft You can get getit getit et etit
it from the city attorney from the thehotel thehotel thehotel
hotel clerks from the ward politicians politiciansand
and from the bell bops You can get getIt getIt
it but you get it wrong wrongMr wronglIIr wrongMr
Mr Taft is authority for the state statement statemont tatement ¬
ment that he does not know today todaywho todaywho todaywho
who will be his Secretary of the theTreasury theorruury theTreasury
Treasury But this does not hamper hamperthe hamperthe hamperthe
the conversation nor lessen the vast vastfund vastfund
fund of information in this city thi thimorning this thiamornln thismorning
morning morningHalf mornln morningHalf < I IHal
Half the population knows it will willbe willbe j jbe
be Myron T Herrick and the otherj otherjhalf othe1Vihalt othei otheihalf
half is hopelessly divided in boosting boostingfor i ifor
for the place every man In the United UnitedStates UnitedStates i iStatea
States who ha haa risen above the posi position po position i ition ¬
tion of cashier in a bank without be becoming becomln becoming ¬
coming comln mixed mixed up p in van Street oper operations operation operations ¬
ations ationsSuch ationSuch ationsSuch
Such a combination somewhat somew somewi at t re restrict restricta restricts
strict the choice but there are 0 still stillmany stUlmany stillmany
many names of t this sort on t the i cal calendar calendar calendar ¬
endar endarDickinson
Dickinson Confers ConfersWhen ConfersWhen ConfersWhen
When J r M Dickinson of Chicago and andTennessee andennsee andrennssee
Tennessee ennsee came to town this m mO xnnrnin xnnrninand niing niingand iingand =
and had a long conference with the thePresidentelect thePr thePretdentelect
Presidentelect Pr denteJect the information market marketonce marketonce narkelonce
once more became glutted gluttedEverybody gluttedEverybody gluttedverybody
Everybody knew at once that he was wasto wasto I Ito
to ie e Secretary of SVar ar in the new Ad Administration Adminiitratton t1 ¬
ministration This is about the only onlygood onlysood onlygood
good tip lying lyin around this town today todayMr toda todaIs todayM
Mr M TfcCt is silent about Dickinson and andDiofc Deln andD1o
Diofc D1o 44in pn n Ia as 1 silent as anxious in inqufrfWwill 111qufrr inqufr1ewwIII
qufrfWwill qufrr wUt let him bn b 1M T ut t it is taken takenfor takenfor L Lfor
for graced Usyt iDfektnooa will hold the theportfolio tkeporttoU theportfolio
portfolio of ofDickinson ft ftDIckinson Wlc WlcDickinson
Dickinson is an eminent lawyer and andhas andbq an r rhss
has been mentioned me ttoaed for some time as asthe uthe I Ithe
the man who would be selected Iected for the theplace theplace 1 1place
place This is in line with Tafts Taft desire desireto I Ito
to have In his Cabinet as many able abl law lawyers lawyets ¬
yers as he can collect on the meager meaceraJary ineagexsalary meagersalary
salary allowed by the Government for forsuch foruch forsuch
such uch service > Dickinson Dkkf 80n was in confer conference oonference conferCflC ¬
ence CflC with Taft for about two hours this thismorning thJmomlD titlemorning
morning < and the general eDenLl impression impressionis L LIs
is that he accepted the War Secrtary Secrtaryship Sec SecrLaryship ry rytrip
ship trip He and Nagel of Missouri who is isto Ii Iito
to be Secretary of Commerce and La Labor Labor Labore ¬
bor bore will representeg reprMe the South in the theTaft theTaft theTaft
Taft Cabinet M r <
Taft lljks ksW Well WellMr WellMr ell ellMr
Mr Taft looked very fit this morning morningfor nborn1n nborn1nfor
for his trip to the East which will be begin be besin ¬
gin at 310 > oclock this afternoon att rnOOll wh n nhe nhe r rhe
he will set out for Philadelphia where wherehe whenbe here herebe
be wfll W 11 be the guest of Dr S Weir WeirMitcnll WeirMJtcnU WeliMitcnolI
Mitcnll Snday and Monday MondayThe MondayTk ondsy ondsyTh
The Th Knockers Club entertained him at ata atbanquet al ala
a a banquet last night H was an hour hourand hourand houiand
and fifteen Att n minutes late xor it owing to tohis tohis U Uhis
his absorption in reading his Inaugural Inauguraladdress JnauguraladdrNS Inaugursaddress
address to two friends and a a few of ofthe orthe o othe
the Knockers had about made up their theirmhds theirmJtds r rrnhds
mhds to go 3 home whe he appeared appearedBut appearedBut appearedBut
But they changed their riinds 1nds > 11 < 1 got gotoff gotott go gooff
off their stunts in great shape shapeThe shapeThe shapeThe
The Presidentelect enjoyed every everyminute ever r rminute
minute of it and there were many min minutes minutes mittutes ¬ I
utes The fun lasted from 8 oclock oclockuntil o clock clockuntil C Cuntil
until 130 I 30 oclock this morning The TheK Tb TbXnockers
K cockers kers read his phrenology bumps bumpsshowed bumpsshowed I
showed hint pictures of himself when he hewas hewas hi I Iwas
was campaigning and sang him songs songst S Salthough
t hirh although they were atrocious as a a 5
to t4 meter m ter were fine as to hilarity hilarityAs hilarityHerrick hilarityHerrick
Herrick Diamiued DiamiuedAs
As regards all the talk about Herrick Herrickthere Herricktbere Herrickthere
there seems eem to be no doubt that he Is Ishopelessly Ishopeleuly I I Ihopelessly
hopelessly cut of f the running Mr Taft Tafthas Tafthaa t thas
has told him goodby has said he
was wasan wasan wa S San
an excellent ex llent fellow and that he knew knewhim knewhim r rhim
him well but that he could not no have haveukir havea bay S Sa
a man In the Cabln Cablnct t who 1rt v is so POP POPular popukir
ukir in Wall rall StreetWlien Streetben Street StreeLVben
Wlien ben Arthur I Vorys tld r id Walter WalterBrown WalterBrown r rBrown
Brown two of the leading Ieadln politicians politiciansof a aof
of Ohio asked Taft
yesterday to ¬
ap appoint ap appoint appoint
point Herrick they were Informed that thatthe t tha at atthe t tthe
the Wall Street brand did not pass passmuster JS8mWiter a amuster
muster They sadly opined therefore
that their man was out of the running
for good and th thty y took a train for forsome forsomt forsome
some town where Cabinet information
is not so o plentiful or so o misleading as
it is 1 in Cinoinnai CinoinnaiFLIES rlnclnnatiflAMES CincinnaiFLAMES
IN IBiELL HALL HALLHistoric HALLHistoric HALLHistoric
Historic Building of Famous FamousSt
St Johns College Be Being Being Being ¬
ing Destroyed DestroyedANNAPOLIS DestroyedARNAPOLIS DestroyedANNAPOLIS
ANNAPOLIS Md Feb F 3 McDowell KeDoweJlHaU McDowellHall MeDoweliHall
Hall the mal mam building ofWstoilc St StJohns StJobns StJohns
Johns College Coflegeat at Annapolis the corner cornerstone comerone cornerstone ¬
stone one of which hkb was laid by b7George b7GeorgeWashington George GeorgeWashington GeorgeWashington
Washington Is being destroyed by fire firethis lirethis dyethis
this afternoon afternoonAt
At 2 oclock the theftre fire had spread and andthe aDdtbecupaJo andthe
the tbecupaJo cupalo of tli t the building had toppled toppledover topple1over toppledover
over The building at this bou is a aseething athllC asethiieg
seething thllC uuuvs of flames mes e Very little if ifany Ita1lyof Ifally
any a1lyof of Its nCfJrrtmtW content can ait be saved red
Introduced at Last Moment Momentl MomentIy
by y Defense in Place Placeof Placeof Placeof
of Father FatherTELLS FatherTEIJLS FatherTELLS
Proceedings Interrupted While WhileXRay WhileXRay WhileXRay
XRay Is Taken of Witness WitnessWounded Witnessounded WitnessWounded
Wounded ounded Shoulder ShoulderNASfTVlILrlS ShoulderNASHTJLLE ShoulderNASHViLLE
NASHViLLE Tj Tenn nn Feb 20 roAt At the theoutset theoutset theoutset
outset of todays aesaion es ion of the Car Carmack Carmack Carmack
mack murder trial Robin Cooper was wascalled wasOAlled wascalled
called to the stand instead In te d of his father fatheras latherbad
as had been expected This rj1j was said saidto saidk saidto
to be due to the fact that thatas > as a principal l
In the shooting he h was believed to be b bafjle beable
I able to tell of the alleged attempt of ofCarmack ofCarmack
I Carmack to kill Colonel Cooper whi wh whlti whltiresulted n nresulted 1lresulted
resulted in his shooting as he claims claimsto claimto
to save his fathers life UteThe lifeThen
Then The Colonel Cooper can follow t tI tconftrm tconfirm >
I confirm his entire story and alec to teiof t tei tFof l lot
of all that transpired between betw en hims himsand hlmsAnd him himand
and Carmack from the day Colon I
Cooper publicly denounced Carmack Carm ck and andpieded antpledged n1 n1piedged
pledged himself to support Bob Tay
lor for Senator SenatorRobin SenatorRobin
Robin Cooper declared that he was
twentyfive years old a lawyer and ld ha 1 1
lived in Nashville all his hi life He H saw
his father on the morning of November J
9 in his own office At that time he hewas hewas I
was engaged 6 g8l with a client and nJ Colonel
Cooper left declaring he would return returnater
What Father Said SaidContinuing SaidContinuing SaidContinuing
Continuing be said saidWhen saiduohen saidWhen
When my father came back k I re received reeel recelved ¬
ceived eel > a telephone
message te1Jh
telling g gPROTEST me meDropping mePROTEST
Dropping Him to Make MakeBerth lVlakeBerth MakeBerth
Berth for Loeb Starts StartsHowl StartsHovl StartsHowl
Howl HowlNEW HovlEV HowlNW
NEW YORK Feb 3 IA A protest protestagainst Pr Keelth protestagainst
against thj th removal of Colonel fowler fowleras 3owleresUctsr
as a ooUect coII esUctsr r of f the tOrt has bean IMen1Iered regis registered regIskered ¬
tered by the Merchants Association in ina ina intLO5T5IU
a telegram to Pr Pret deateleet 4de teieet Taft TaftColonel TaftColoRe TftColonel
Colonel Fowler it has been annoueoed annoueoedis annoU oed oedIII
is to be dropped for William Loeb pri private prIvate pciate ¬
vate ate secretary to President Roosevelt RooseveltThe Roo RooseveltThe eveltThtt
The telegrams says saysColonel saysColonel
Colonel Fowler Fow ler is the best collector collectorof
of customs cu that New ew York has had for fcra
a generation We respectfullly re pectrmy point out outthat outthat
that such action would violate the tbeaplrit tbeaplritor spirit spiritof
of our civil service system would be a agreat agreat agreat
great injustice to Colonel Fowler and andabove andabove andabove
above all would affront and imperil the thecommercial thecommertlal thecommercial
commercial interests of the chief ch t port portof portof portof
of the country countryAstronomer CQuntryMARCHAND countryMARCHAND
Astronomer Predicted Feb February February February ¬
ruary 20 Would Be Fa Favorite Favorite Favorite ¬
vorite Day for Tremors TremorsPARIS TremorsPAP1S TremorsPAPIS
PARIS Feb 30 GEmU Bmll Harchand as astronomer sotnnomec ¬ 1
tronomer at the Pic I Du > u Midi ldf observa observatory obMrvatory obseryatory ¬
tory Is patiently awaiting for or the earth earthto earthto rth rthto
to crack under his feet today in tnt fulfillment tulAIIlIMnt tntfihiment ¬
fillment of his prediction that February Februarywculd
20 would be a favorite day for earth earthquake erthquakeacUvtty earthquake ¬
quake quakeacUvtty quakeacUvttyMarchand activity activityMarchand activityisrchand
Marchand will not be thoroughly dis discredited discredited dincredited ¬
credited should sb > uld his prophecy fall for he hehas heh hebaa
has h left a loophole by Including March March3t
20 i as another date on which seismic disturbances disturbances dis dinturbances ¬
turbances should be at their best bestThe bestThe bestThe
The astronomer bases ba es his prediction predictionon
on the position O ltlon of the sun and moon moonwith JDn1tb moonwith
with 1tb reference to the meridian which whichposition whichpSUJOIl whichpsttloa
position is such as to cause the maxi maximum mLdmum rnsximum ¬
mum influence in of the suns and moons moonsrays moonjrays moonerays
rays of the earth affecting particularly particularlythe
the weak spots on the earths surface surfaceMarchand aurfaceMarchand surfaceMarchand
Marchand says 8 the dates of the San SanFrancisco SanFrancisco SanFrancisco
Francisco and Sicilian quakes support supporthtf supporth supportha
htf h i theory
that a case I was in crested eeted in n was to tocome tocome ttcome
come up in chancellors court I was wassibout wasMout watshout
shout to go out when father told me methat methat methat
that he was afraid that he was goIng goiagContinued goIngContinued
Continued on Ninth Page PageAL pgeMUNICIPAL PageMUNICIPAL
SITE IS SELECTED SELECTECommissioners SELECTEDCommissioners SELECTEDCommissioners
Commissioners and Justices JusticesDecide JusticesDecide I IDecide
Decide Upon Premises in inJohn inJohn inJohn
John Marshall Place PlaceThe
The Comttiisaioaars Camesjajo oaMS and tb M jestfete of o f i
the peace have decided upoa UPoIl premises premisesi e6 e6II
SIS i JifhR J tJba Marshall Xars a11 place as the t loctto Iocet o I
for the new nawtricipal court Tfc v rent rentagreed ren t tagreed j jacreed
agreed upon QD is 5 125 a month and ar arrangements arI arIntngemtmts srrnngements ¬
rangements will be made to occupy the th C i
building at once onceDespite oneeDespite onceDespite
Despite the efforts on the part of the
Municipal Court judges j N of the District
created from the ranks of the justices
of the peace e by a recent act of Cong ¬
ress the Municipal Court organization r bati t
is far from being perfectecu
At a meeting at noon t day > in the
office of Judge Jud e Bundy in the Colum ¬
bian building bulldJn < the six judges jud es rehearsed I
the situation which has bottled up aU I
business in their judicial judicialgan scope
Besides the selection of the old JIor
gsa House as a the home of the future
court and the appointment of Miss I
Blanche Neff N d formerly associated with I
the court of Justice Callcn no business bualneuwas buneawas
was done doneIt doneIt doneit
It is I estimated that outside of the liii liiiappropriation
appropriation for salaries of the judges
and attaches of the court 1S00 U will be hi hinecessary
necessary for equipping the court
If we had the appropriation for the
equipment of the court and the rental I
of the building we desir desl > said Judge Ju e j
Callan this morning WI could be in Ii
operation within twentyfour hours but
as it Is our hands are effectually tied tiedROOSEVELT tiedROOSEVELT tiedROOSEVELT
TO HAND fl OUT JOBSAnnounces JOBS JOBSAnnounces JOBSAnnounces
Announces That He Will WillMake 1iIlMake Xil XilMake
Make No More Ap
pointments pointmentsPresident
President Roosevelt Roo will make no more moreappointments moceappointments moreappointments
appointments during his tern of ohio I
He told his callers today tod y that h he did didnot dIdnot
not wish to embarrass Mr ir Taft by ap dklj ¬
pointing men to t places Vaat Y l3t at have been beencheated beenceatod
< cheated eated at this session of t COjgress t o oneral oigress oigressS3veral j
Several Congressmen v io i have de de ¬
fended the Administration during dU the therecent therecent therecent
recent Secret Service squabble have haveasked haveasked haseasked
asked the President to r r 4p p them out outof outot outof
of some embarrassing situ HIS by ap a apointing s spointing ¬
pointing friends The Pre i < 3ent ent today t 4by
shut off all suggestions ci 1 tu tJacter t ihar iharacter hit hitacter
acter by his announcement
Through Deep Snow He Follows Body of Grand Duke DukeVladimir DukeVladimir DukeVladimir
Vladimir His Uncle UncleStreets Streets Lined With WithGuards WithGuards WithGuards
Guards to Avoid Assassination
ST PETERSBURG Feb < For F r the thesecond theseeoII4 thesecond
second time since his coronation Czar CzarNicholas CzarNicholas
Nicholas today marched d on foot f t through throughhis throukhhis
his own capital city through th rou h heavy heavyow he heavysnow y yBOW
snow BOW ow that made progress difficult in inorder Inor1er
order orJerto to pay proper respect to his hisuncle hlauncle hisuncle
uncle the Grand Duke Vladimir VladimirThe VJadlmlrThe VladimirThe
The funeral was conducted with all allof allor allot
of the pomp an aB < < l ceremony of the Rus Russian RusIaa RunSian ¬
sian Iaa church Every street vas as lined linedwith UnedWith linedwith
with troops who ho held the thorough thoroughfares thoro thoroughfares h hfares ¬
fares clear from building to building buildingwhile buUdln buUdlnwhUe buildingwhile
while secret poJlee well armed held heldpositions heldpo heldpOsItioftii
positions po lUonal in houses and on the roofs roofsprepared rootsprepared roofsprepared
prepared to frustrate fruatrateany any attempt at atassassination atabtatlon atassassInatIon
assassination assassinationThe
The route of march was from the res residence resne residenee ¬
idence ne of the decease adjoining the theWinter theWinter theWinter
Winter Palace over the bridge of off ofa
Trinity to t the fortress fortr of St P Peter t r a aSt aM aMSt sadSt
St Paul The casket was OIl OIlcarrtalO a a g gan gancarriage ft ftcarriage
carriage while the Csar walked direct directly dtnctly directly ¬
ly behind it it He H was Clothed m the theuniform theuniform theuniform
uniform of a general but wore non of ofhis ofhis
his orders ordersThe ordersThe
The Czar and other members of the theImperial theImperial theImperial I
Imperial family personally lifted the thecoffin theeoiftft thecoffin
coffin upon the gun carriage following followingthe <
the solemn requiem mass
The procession that followed the cof cofnn
nn to the fortress Included military mUltarYcivil militaryclvii
civil and clerical dignitaries dignitariesA
A special train trl left today toda for Warsaw i
to meet Czar Ferdinand of Bulgaria Bulgariawho BulaarIawho Bularlawho
who is coming comln to attend the burial He Hewill HewUl Hewill
will be met with such imperial honors honorsas
as 5 to virtually recognize the independ independence Indepe independonce d dpnee ¬
once of Bulgaria and Ferdinands tnaad king 1dn 1dnRIp
RIp hp though < h IH ai official announcement announcementof
of such recognition has yet been made
I Great Naval Rendezvous to toBe toBe toBe
Be Dotted With Hun Hundreds RunI Hundrds ¬
I dreds drrds of Craft CraftOLD CrafrI CrafrOLD CrarOLD
Ships Due to Pass in the Capes at atI
I f 11 oClock Monday MondayMorning 1I100021YMorning MondnyMorning
Morning MorningBy
NORFOLK Va Feb 3 Norfolk Nor k s 3
in a lover of expectancy ex today Wi W i t ttn
the t tn Atlantic fleet after the most m st rv rvrnarkabie r rmarkabIe rmarkable
rnarkabie journey in naval navalarce histuij histuijscarce hh5tu hh5tu4rce
scarce 4rce 41 M miles off Cape Henry the theus th a ai obut
i us but one topic of conversation coavorsationtresjw ionL ionLrn t 5 5review
review rn ew oa Monday MondayOwing M odayOwing MondayOwing
Owing to atmospheric t1It conditions S
has been practically impossible tm to g t
into iflt wireless commcnicatkm CODUlnlc tion with tue tLefieet tiAcbeet
beet today At iD intervals however howe er
Norfolk station caught t snatches cT L
official messages relayed by the M
tana to the Department 1t t Washioglvu WashioglvuHo Waahinb WaahinbNo
No CsmsranJcatien CsmsranJcatienNo
No cofBmunteatkm cotamuneat
whatever was p pnibie < A Asible J Jsible >
sible last et nicfct It was said the
n njt njtwas ntwas it itwas
was one of the
worst for wireless cvn cvnmunication c cniunleatloit 1 1muuleatJon
munication ever experienced experiencedThe experiencedThe experieoedThe
The city today presents am inspir inspirscene insplrSCeDe Inspirscene
scene of bunting sags and other do dorations deratloM dcratlon < >
rations Every place of bustoese ftMIJ will o
the returning r sailors honor
Across the streets are being stru str io
hundreds of feet of electric
wires trhs wI wLWill i t twill
will be used in a triumphal 111UIIl < i > nmr nmrtion L
tion the BIght of the theThe 23d 2dTne
The morning boats and trains brousLt bI g l
hundreds from adjacent elites citi and wj w < l i
the hotels the task of accommodate CCOJUDodatthe
the crowds is already a serious serioi one n
Norfclk is preparing for a a great f
throng than attended the th opening of f t Lo L
Jamestown J Exposition or that w whita 1 l
bade the fleet farewell when it start st JL JLon 1on 4 4on
on Its cruise cruiseThe cruiseThe cruiseThe
The cruiser Dixie which is to fie fiechief e echief
chief of o the patrol boats during t e emaneuvers emaneuvers emaneuvers
maneuvers in Hampton Roads ilon JrlondJDOrntng Mondy < l y
morning arrived here today O OTL r
boats dispatched by the Government Governmentwill ut utwilt
wilt come in during duriD the theOfficials tit nigiit nigiitOfficials nlitOfficials
Officials Going GoisgThe GomgThe GoingThe
The cruiser Anagonda wlirarrive wilr ani rrive e to tomorrow to tomorrow t tmorrow ¬
morrow morning morJ D from Baltimore BaltimoreIn Lf LfIt e ela
la ga party compose e4 of Assistant lstantretary Assistantrotary s sretary
retary of the Treasury ry Reynolds and ctaJthe dllJthe andthe
the members mem of the Norfolk entertai entertiiintent entertaiment entertaiment
ment committee including iDcI Collector f fCustoms tCustoms fCustoms
Customs Hughes Postmaster Postm Carney Carneyand CarneJand Cameyand
and other Government officials officialsThe oftIciaJsThe ocIalsThe
The general committee has issued a Soreueat areueat
reueat that every whistle in Noric Nork rck k
be blown at 11 oclock Monday morn
This is the latest
developncent in i e eplans eplans eplans
plans to welcome the fleet the Idea jdf l l1ng
lug to make the boys in blue feel t 1
the return home Is worth while
The suggestion s gestion sent out by the gner g gnerl gnerlcommittee nel nelcommttt6e 1 1committee
committee and which will be readily a acepted acepted F Foepted
cepted by everybody capable of mak makII makra r j
a noise is as follows followsBlow follow8Blow followsBlow
Blow your whistles and toot y
horns ring your bells and forget every ev ry ¬
thing but the good ood will which goes s wit v wtgenuine t i igenuine 1genuine
genuine welcome Turn loose the strata stratawith st st4i 11 1 1with
with full force make a a racket ar a i
dont forget for t to make it long ong and lot lotSSoOjOoo lo loSSooooo <
SSoOjOoo 800000 on Yankton YanktonThe YanktonThe YanktonThe
The gunboat Taakton which yps ypsday ycr ycrday PStr PStrday >
day completed its cruise around t t e eworld eworld eworld
world left t this O s afternoon with a cars cargof c carsof rg rgot
of gold for the fleet She is carryir5 car carryr carryrIn = yr yrIn
in her strong stro box 3800000 aoo OOOOo oo in gold pit pitof pit1ot pkof >
of the latest ate t
design fresh from the n n m n
for the payment of the officers ocers and m i
She has also aJ aboard several lund rundrcopies
copies of the new signal code for fo t t >
fleet fleetThe fleetThe fleetThe
The Norfolk and Washington Stearr
boat Company will send out tonight tOlllghtsteamers tonightsteamers 1 1steamers
steamers Southland and Norfolk tl t
former carrying l l PO passengers asengers and t
latter all The Newport News will tak ta
down 800 iO more tomorrow night nightThe nlchtThe nightThe
The steamship Washington of o ti tiline t
line has been chartered by a patty J Jrepresentatives 2representatives
representatives and their friends wL wLwtll wLwill svLwill
will leave hers at S oclock ton tonrr tornrrv tornrrvnight trr v vnight VBight
night About eighty representatives w vtake w wtake =
take the trip
In to the water travel travelconsiderable travelconsiderable
considerable number of persons will g jrto
to Old Point over th the Chesapeake an an
Ohio railway A special car has bef befeagaged bNeagaged beengaged
eagaged by some prominent xnembfr xnembfrof membccof memb membof
of Congress This car will be read fr frocc4pancy f foccowancy 1occpancy
occ4pancy at the Union Statk4i at atoclock t toclock toclock
oclock tomorrow night It vii lea leaWashington IeaWash 1eaWashIngton
Wash Washington n at 439 42 a a m Mon oDJay MonIaytiring lay a arivmg arivtDg
tiring at Old Point at llOS a m m Re Returning Rftum Returning ¬
turning tum It will get et away fromOld from fromOldat Old Po PT PTat r rat
at 456 45 p po m Monday Xon ay arriving here h hereOther r rn50 i
11 n50 0 p po m
Other Parties Going GtagThe GeiK GeiKThe GoingThe
The steamer Queen AmIe Anne of otWash t tWashington tWashington
Washington Wash on and Potomac line linecarry R Rcarry c ccarry
carry down a party of thirty head headby heaJby headby ¬
by I L H Lynn president of the Airer Airercan Ire Irecan Axnecan
can National Bank nk This b boat > at t tleave i ileave i ileave
leave here at S oclock < clock tomorrow even evening ev e elog l llog ¬
log and will retura to Washington WashingtonTuesday WaabingtonTuesday WashingtonTuesday
Tuesday morning morningThe morningThe morningThe
The Dolphin will take down do the me mebers nHbers rrebets >
bers of the Senate and Houae Xiv XivAffairs Xt XtAftairs XtvAffairs
Affairs Committees She will leave Iedenavy Ieavnavy t tnavy
navy yard Sunday about the time tinliMayllower timeMayflower > f fMayflower
Mayflower leaves with the President Presidenthis ai aihis a ahiS
his party partyStaterooms partyStaterooms partyStaterooms
Staterooms on the Norfolk and nd Was Wasington W Wington Y1 Y1ington
ington steamboats have been at a piw piwlum 1 lr lrlurn r rlulU
lulU since the first of the week weekwhich weekwhleh weekwhich
which time every room had been beenerved beenserved r rserved
served There is nothing obtains obtainson obta tanl tanlon n non
on tne boats leaving tonight anti antimorrow antimorrow t tmorrow
morrow night except cots at twenty twentycents t1llentyDts twentycents
cents Dts each Officials of the om oma1d m msaid maid
said a1d they could easily load another anotherbtontpt b btonight btonight
tonight tontptPr
Prgffilaeat Pr AeRt Persons PeDMSaa7 G Goia GoiaMany t tMany
Many aa7 prominent persons win take t ttrip ttrip ttrip
trip to Old Point Among those book bookfor booktor booitfor
for the Southland tonight at are Gf GfJ Gi GiJ c cJ
J P Sanger Sn er O H Stewart R R Rdon H Hdon j jdon
don Donaldson Mrs rs J B Champ ChmpMajor ChampMajor ml mllajor
Major D D Porter Mrs ra Tc Rwright V Vwright < i iWright
Wright Admiral and Mrs Pilsbury pjsbu I Iand Iand Iand
and Mrs Maurice Murray Mrs IrsTurpin W WTurpin WTurpln
Turpin Mrs J H Holden Mrs MrsXc MrsMcDermott T TMcDermoct
McDermott Xc Dermott S W Kimberly J 1 H II IIkins Hkin IIkins
kins Senator Rayner Robery Vt VtLieutenant Y VLieutenant t tLleuteaant >
Lieutenant Commander Osterhouso OsterhousoW Osterbou8V
W V Austin Mrs r W A Morsel 1 iT MR r rR
R C Jenka Ge Gett C F Humphrey > M MS MS I ISo
S So S So Schroeder J P Morton if t S sSIs 5t25 I
SIs 125 to Baltimwe aad an Return ReturnSaturdays Returnsaturdays ReturnSaturdays
Saturdays and Sundays SuDda via ya Peansylva PeansylvaKailroad PeansylvirttaItroad 1 1rtt1roa
Kailroad Tickets good returning unt untSunday U1 U1Sunday unSunday
Sunday night All regular trains ex except except e ecept ¬
cept the Congrtssional Limited LimltedAuvt LimltedAuvti Auvt
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