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Senate Allows 470000 4 OOOO for forPotomac forPotomac forPotomac
Potomac and Anacostia AnacostiaImprovements Ana AnacostiaImprovements < ostia ostiaImprqvements
Improvements ImprovementsRECLAMATION ImprqvementsRECLAMATION ImprovementsRECLAMATION
Sum of 250000 250000 Will Ge Toward TowardBettering TowardBetteri TowardBotterillg
Bettering Betteri Anacestia River Be Below Below Below
low Navy Yard Bridge BridgeTIle i iThe
1 1The
The Senate did not JMtaliew aflow OM tINfor th IiINfllfor SUIMH SUIMHfor
for tile imlinmtmn ree of th tM Anaooacitiflats Anaooaciti A A1Iats Auoedaflats
flats m the rivers and harbors Mtt jut Hwtaoe jIIKcOllQht jutcomstih
comstih cOllQht 1Iut It did bier bhtxvnse aoe the uA uAcostla th Ana Aaacosda AnaAs
costla river apppdstisn 1UIe fre freto floor 1ii4N 1ii4Nto
to i3NAN i3NANAa
As It now stand tIN dstriet will wfllbilL willr wailitnatsad
r receIve a grand fetal L aUM aUMcf 4I 4Iof itnatsad
cf I3 a htcorpecasted taL J ht this e ebU Hebile
bilL bU In thta total hj InUuisd an ea hicroaoa hicroaoaThe Illeror
or 11 fit the a trISR L Lr ih ihPotomac tile tilePotc
Potomac rarer at atThe Alsasadd AlsasaddThe
The Wan Washington W itagtos Moms now m I the tatetherefO MR MRtherefore bifEthereioee
therefore are areAnaecatia areADaeC areAnse
Anaecatia ADaeC aria river bprwetooot f fmaintenance IMIK 1 t aM aMmaIatteIce sadn
n maintenance maIatteIceI1Fnw aiat naaas pvMM pvMMTm I N NImrrnvtwent
I1Fnw Imrrnvtwent Tm irnTcmnnt of Fvsa Potomac c rhrer at Al Alexandria lexaJIdria Alezaadria ¬
exandria exaJIdriaImoeIIMIK m ODE ODEImprovement M MImprovement
Improvement of Psuimac r LJL f river at atWashington atIa atSi
Si Washington aaMgbo ttBMM ttBMMIn
Ia the original House H Hotuae hW Ute 53MM 53MMfor t1Mfor i kkll0 kkll0for
for Alexandria wa was placed m Ia 1 the Vir Virginia YJrgin Vfrginla ¬
I Ibas
ginia gin totals Now ow the 9MiOTt increase increasehas hacressehas se
has been bes a placed ta the District total totalwhich totalahida totalwhlcb
which t gives it tho lb grand total of cjnst s H7 if1Ra if1Rainstead fit fitinstead
instead jnst of Vjm as the above tfgures tfguresOther 1IIuresappear tiguiesappear
appear appearCeiar
Cedar Pti Ist lapNYt lapNYtOther r a at atOther
Other items m the nmrnitnl LI bill of ofdirect efdirect ofdirect
direct beret to Washington are those thoseapproprfathtt cpprapda thoseapproVdadN
approprfathtt pprapda IUJM for the bnprove iaprsvement bnprovernent Il IIra IIrament
ment of the Potomac river rI at Cedar CedarPoint CellarPoint CeiaPoint
Point Md and VMM for the Improve tanprovement Improvement e ement
ment of the Potomac river at Mt Per Vernon v v1On Perron
non nonIt ronIt
It is expected xp tad then will he 1Ma much dts dtsappoints dlaa =
a appoints ppoIat over tlM feet that tba tbafu tbafuPro the theproject tboproject
project Pro lee the ronhanptisn nvyu of etdle etdleostJa the A Alat Alatcostis a arost
rost rostl ostJa tsar Nataydon d188 1Iet r rsQied rsQiedby J 1 un unhY
l hY > y tile tlilNrrlm < enau Bt had hadcate a IitI8IIS advo advocate 0 0cate
cate In Senator da Galttnffec > s wc wm wIIIit wIIIitthe > nxmni nxmnithe i ihe
the he improvement Impnt to season and out of oseason ofseason tiltI
I season Then too the President PI Prey tiers took tooka
a keen interest in this particular mat mattrr mattor t tt
trr t r and used his influence ldL U to hav ba have Congress Con Congress Coagreu ¬
gress make the appropriation The TheSenate TheSeDate Thesenate
Senate CMmnittee on Oomnaorco eeeeer how however bowever ¬
ever could not see It that way waylast wayThe wayThe
The pretest 1 which was oompieted oompietedIsar D htA htAJaat
last rd night bt t and which will be reported to tothe tothe tothe
the Senate on Monday carries a grand grandtotal raadtotal grandtotal
total appropriation of 2JMM1X ratIN 4l as asagainst IUIiagiu saagalnet
against MMMJTt 7I provided for in the theHouse 1JMHouse theHorne
House bin The increase of orwas SMvMtta SMvMttawas
was forecast In The Times whan it itbecame ItbeCllIIIe Itbecame
became known Q WD that many Senate amend amendDeepeaiag aIDeDdmenta amendments
menta had been agreed to m tile coin coinmittee
mlttee mltteeDeepemg COlaI
Deepeaiag af Delaware DdawareSome DeiawareoC DelawareSome
Some of the bigger projects were given gtrenrecogdtisn givenbeen wWIIrecOllltlea
recOllltlea 1 the Senate alter ha batrng batrngbeen 1 1beeR
been turned down by the House The Thedeepening Thedeepnmg
deepening of Delaware river channel channelfrom cIIaaDeIfrom channelfrom
from thirty to thirty thirtynve tbI Ave e feet was au auropriation auI auhorbred
t horDell w Ute Senate an4 a amaf 1 ap approptiaboon ap i
ropriation made to start the work workThe workThe I
The Lake LaketetileGGIf tetheGutf waterways project project proj Ojd ¬
ect d was again provided for and the theHouse theHouse I
House e appropriation ai kept to the b bThe lad bOIThe ladThe
The Atlantic tic deeper waterways watenra plan piaua for forSenate fira
a c chain ol CAtnaJs front ot Boston to tofort Bsc Bscfort
fort X c wu ghee
rtICODItIoR 1 Ute theSenate 1 1Senate
Senate to the extent that the Secretary Secretaryone
o of War was auhortaed to aegtiate for forODe forone
one of the two canals runninc flocn flocnNorfolk tJeXorfallc fse + t torfolk
Norfolk to Beaufort Beaufortesiag ADd > for Ita deep 4eepill deepening
esiag ill to twelve feet feotMaryland feetwaten fatMan
Man Maryland stated waters received YeCIIIftIiapprepdatloRs hacrcojcl hacrcojclappropriations I Iapptoptiatioas
appropriations to the smnunt of ofPractically atN atNPractically D DPnutlcaJly
Practically all of the stun wHl HI m 8D > to toth tothe tothe
th the eastern shore of the chenpe Chesapeake Chesapeakebay peake peakebAy ake akebay
The Anacostia nver rv r vet Increase bIer in caine was waa one oneof oweo oneof
o of the largest stogie made increases allow allowiu d1u
iu the MIL HL This is aU to be betile expended expendedbelow expendedbelow
below the old Navy Yard bridge and andWEATHER aDdnoae andnone
none ol it I i5 a to p toward the 11Dproy 11DproymeAt
meAt r tM streIII above the tb budge bndceVEATHER budgeWEATHER
It JLJ Is much mucb mu h osier in the e north northnuddte and anda
nuddte a u MIc Attontte A tie States Stat The Hoe p of oftreme 0temperature ofreeiat
reeiat temperature t extended tellded Is IS
treme tre northern aorti stn VirglolatYmth Virginia VirginiaWith
With the exception of unow toafcrtttnortheastern toafcrttt
In northeastern N New ERg J lard 1M
YOeaJt woof er fill III be > cenerany eneranv fair tonbht tonbhtV t tBnd toniilhtaril
aril tuTday onrthe Esat E and Seulb
V frith < ith IM rlfiirnr I DIIMC telDPent iuip LIK UIT + e tOltitbt ivaixni iD in tne tile
interior r of the Atlantic States The TIleof Litt Littof 1m 1mof
of freezing lre < temperature l lor lorrach tonirht wftl wftlach
each ach close d to the PennsyhraniaMary hn1l8Ytvta hn1l8Ytvtaland
land 18 nd line and there will also be betru frosts taahnoe frostsa frostsalmost
almost a l most to thje North Carolina CaroIi CaroIiJIOBKCAST line linevolltgCAST j jFOKKCA6T
Fair Fa tonight with wttbt fro frost minimum mipmntmto minimumtemperature
t to temperature mA mAdy about at degree Satur ¬
day fair wnmer fight northerly aonIIerI winds wimtaa windsT1irhM 1
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Tomorrow TeofIIIIa Toinin owHigh High tfOn T3I i a a a ap a any Sp S Sp
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HATPKRS H HPERS FERRY w va April AprilBotl AprilBod f fBotl
Botl i prs f clear his morning morningEataWished noun1tngEiItallished nurningEatabIished
EataWished 1824 6th and N Y Are AreAnU AIeIkl AreAnd
And ever c tI today W than erer Y everAdvt everAdvtI < Advt Advtf tivt
Gives Up Post AsCounsel As AsCounsel AsCounset
Counsel to Board of ofEducation ofEducation ofEducation
Education EducationWILL EducationWILL EducationWILL
Earns Enviable R Rapatatioa atioll As AsProsecutor AsProsecutor AsPrGsccutor
Prosecutor In I Charge cH f Manyl11portant ManyImportant Many ManyImportant
Important l11portant Cases CasesFrank Casas1rIIk CasesFrank
Frank Sprig Perry Aoolofnnt L t United UnitedStats UDitedAtterAQ United9bat
Stats a Attorney this t i mondng handedids handed handedMs Deled Deled1IIB
Ms resignation to Daniel W Baker the theretiring thereeking I
retiring United States District Attorney AttorneyAt At1er1Mt >
At t the same time bo MId t to Capt CaptJames CaptJanes
James 1 P Oyster 07 < president oC the Beard Beardof B aniOf ard ardof
of BdocaUon Ms resignation as counsel counselto eo4alfeltIIt todaaelIs
to that body body3r bodyMr y yXI
3r 3rsince Perry entered tile oOIce ec lr lrB8Jrer MrBaker
Baker JIIOt more then ur three e years ago and aIIMllee andnine
since then has been connected L T 11 IIC with withmany withmany
many of the moot important impora nt canes prose prosecuted IroHC1It roaed ¬ I
cared C1It by the Government GovernmentIn Gor
In handing 1Ml hi bra romgnatfoa deli this thismorning thismoraieg
morning Mr Perry sent the MUowfng fliiwiugletter MUowfngletter
letter to Mr Baker BakerMIioPoraIIJIe
April S s Ms MsHoi 1lMHonorabie
MIioPoraIIJIe Hoi > oraMe Daniel W We Baker BakerUnliod Jlakert
Unliod e t States tes Attom At rang v D C CWaaWnKton C CD
W WaaWnKton tea D C CMr CXy CMy
Xy Mr Dear Mr Baker I deice to ten tender teBlenwlt te teder ¬
der herewith my m Y restfmathMt reit nUoa aa one onetae of oftne ofA3III8Caat
tae Assistant United faked State Attorneys AttorneysTenders AttorneysTenders
Tenders Appreciation AppreciationFor
For over three years I have ha boon boonwith eeatth beenwith
with you m this th office as your assist assistant 2atat tatiatant ¬
at ant and I feel that I must take ad advantage adTIItafe advantape ¬
vantage of the opportunity 1t7 which your yourn eOIIMlcnatkm yourresignation
resignation n irtgil ii I Inn affords me of retumto to toprivate 10NIvate toprivate
private practice I have boneJttod much muchby mucla1ty muchby
by the experience a which I have ha gained gainedCABIIEI pbIedCABINET
Denial Made That ThlltKoox ThlltKooxand Knox Knoxi Knoxand Knoxand i
and MacVeagh Are Areto Areto j jto
to Quit QuitI QuitAaati I Ithero
Aaati dbttivr I atasdai ivory de at atwhi1Iya1ME
tile whi1Iya1ME they tIdIIIs aftorea than thanthere
there Isany Is nap IQ prohahOWT 1t7 of the theTre uy thetaffy
y of 9U d nd the Seentar of the tIMtry theTrensury
Trensury Tre Mury ry resIp resigning from the Cabh Cabinet CabinetThe oC oCThe
The report that Mr Knox and Mr MrMacVeagh JrXacVea MrIlacveagh
MacVeagh < h are about to give ap their theirportfolios tlaetrtOCdeIles theirpotteelln
portfolios and retire to private + life lifewas IIf IIfwas lifewas
was widely wt published N this morning morningbut IIIOIaIatDut
but President Taft himself today to au authorised aatile authorised ¬
thorised tile most sweeping wMlllla denial of ofits ofIUi ofits
its truth truthOther truth0tIIer truthOther
Other mumHirs III 11 ens of the Cabinet put putthemselves pites puttbendves
themselves es on record r rtlIat as being convinced ssnvmoedthat convincedthat
that the Cabinet as a whole could not notb aotbe notbe
b be more harmonious MnIlv than it now fas iii and andthat aDIIthat andthat
that not one on of its members contem CMttel8plates contemplates contemMr
plates gettlnR oat DC tile service ervkeKnox Mr MrKnox r rKnox
Knox and Mr MacVen MacVeagh XaeV h entered spectoe spec specWe pectee
We denials that they are thinking th of ofQuitting offIUiUIag ofquitting
Quitting the Cabinet CabinetFrom CabIIMtFr CabinetFrom
From Fr aa time to tune in the last six sixweeks sbweeu sixweetca
weeks somebody has been busy spread spreadI apredm spreading
m rep l1s or friction In the Cabinet CabtDetand Cabinetand
I and the probabilities of restgustionhi resignation r don to toi 1ftDIlr
i th the near future A similar storybeen story has hasbeen 1
been printed about the Postmaster Gen General General ¬ I Ieral
eral eral Mr Hitchcock who is essential ens ntlal ial to tothe tothe 1 1PrMideDt
the President as a political adviser viser and andwho andwho
who has not the slightest S ahi btet intention of ofgiving ofgiving c c1lJ I
giving up his present position positionMRS positionMRS
1 11lliS
DIES AT SONS HOME HOMEDaupghter HOMEDllupghter HOMEDaltpgter
Daupghter of Former Miss Missionary Missionaryto oiiary oiiaryto
to Persia Passes Away A AwayEarly way j jEarly I IEarly
Early Today TodayMrs I II In I
Mrs Alfred T Waterman WatenRaJatflecI died at atdeck 5 5oclock JSchick
deck this morning at the residence 0 ofher o oher i iHI
her son Jason 1W Third street reet north northeast JtOrthtwIISt norheedat ¬
east She was the widow of the Rev RevAlfred RevA1 RevAlfred
Alfred A1 re4 T I i Waterman Wat whom she sur survived svrvtyed anryived ¬
vived only three mode morthsMrs modeMrs tIIIs tIIIsMra
Mrs Waterman W was Jerusha Emily SmiiyStocking Emil EmilStock EmilyStockhag
Stocking Stock tre daughter of the Rev Wit William ytlHam Witham ¬
Ham Retlneld R field Stocking Stock a missionary mangy to toPersia faP InPFrsia
Persia P She was born in Oroomiah Oroom Per Persia Perinl Perstn ¬
sia in inl 1t
under you and I wish to exited t to you youmy youmy
my tnarks and appreciation for your yoururifomn your1Irlfonn yoururifortn
urifomn Wndnss ad adMy com coeelderatiee coeelderatieeMy > Meratio MeratioMy <
My best wishes go o with you in yourteturn your yourreturn yournoturn
return to the active practice of your yourFRANK fMIrofewion yourprofession
profession ofewion Very respectfully yours 7OIInSPRIGG yoursFRdK
Mr Baker replied repliedMy repliedXy repliedMy
Xy My dear Mr Perry I am In re receipt re receipt receipt ¬
ceipt of your letter of the Sth ItbteDdetD Ithtendering instant instanttendering
tendering your resignation as an As AsConttoued AsCoatlnued AsContinued
Continued on Eleventh Page PageBIWCE PageCROFTON
New Chapter Written In InBritish InBritish
British Scandal WhichFollowed Which WhichFollowed WhIchFQUo
Followed FQUo 1fed ElopementLONDON Elppement
LONDON April th S Ir Sir Siras Ao Cn Cndal
l IIIiI aOf Ni Nine
as the vsMtt of Lab Cfrpttmrs elq elqannt ahj ahjmen >
men annt to t America with James 1 E Mon afiostiaan MonNEW
iaan iaani
i NEW YORK April 8 Tho eIu1J elopement elopementof scut scutof t tC
of Lady Oofton C and Janvos 3 DougftM DOglS5Meetatgu DougftMMontagu Doa DoaLetter
Montagu Letter kno Jalerna n to Ilk inttanaMs inttanaMsns I IT
ns Jtaany Montagu alined cau d a adaa sensa sensation aeasathsa ¬
tion in tbs t city last October The con conttoaaie COlItie conpie
tie adnd ae New ew York aM went direct directB directto
to ties B Betel 4I GorSam GorSamThe GG GGbe
be couple hi 1IMt at a be party putyJa partygive
give by Ja 1ua5d I and soon 1 Ja Jaute in intitnate
ute Mntagru X railed repeatedly r lteted17lAdy on onLady onLady I
Lady rot ie > n LJudon I without the theknowied tINkJIc theknowledge
knowied kJIc knowledge e x Mr Morgan XOI a andfinally andfinallytnry and fhtWy fhtWytnry y ytDty
tnry cancc cam o this Ut country Private de detect dz dzV5 drect ¬
tect yea tocitod 1o ded thtmt thtmtThen tbruLThen tbrenThan
Then SIr Morgan acocmpanied 1IIpDIed by a ayounger aYOUJl5er ayounger
younger brother of Montagu < ± came to toat toIeriCa toAmeica
IeriCa and there was a stormy scene 8eeDeat sceneat
at the hotel where Lady Crofton oeflod oeflodher kAecIher dededher
her husband and accused him of in intreating DItreatillt IIItreating
treating her 1Ie Miss cis Constance Cottier aa aaEngnsh Ractr asEnglish
English actress actr who was friendly with withboth withboth
both sides effected r ed a reconciliattor lItado and andtt ancIit andit
it was agreed that Lady 1M croClOn Crof ton would wouldreturn wouklurn wouldreturn
return urn home with her husband fur ft the thesake thesake thesake
sake of their threeyearold son and that thatshe ttahe thatabe
she would not see Montagu JIIODta again againLord agahlLord againLord
Lord and Lady Crofton Jimmy JimnhyMonta6a JimmyMontagu JimIllYMon
Montagu Mon and the latter brother Fred Frederick Frt Frtertck Frtertek ¬
erick J Montagu returned to London Londonon
on the steamer Kronprtoz WHnelm Wilhelmwhxh WHnelmwhich Uhelm Uhelmwh
which wh h sailed Xoveiber Sove ber ± Then came camethe camethe camethe
the declaration that he J e man who eloped elopedwas eIopM1nU eioprdwas
was Lord Montagu of Beaulieu member memberI
of Parlahnent for B Beaulieu auHeu and one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the pioneers of automobtltsm and aeroj aerojplaning aero aeroplaDlag acreplaning
planing in England This statement wasquickly was wasquiekly i iquickly
quickly dented de by by Lord Montagu Jl nttlgu whomade whomade who whomade
made public the real identity of the theeloper Uteeloper theeloper I
eloper and the promise e that he would wovJd1Ionewhip wouldhorsewhip I
horsewhip him when he landed hi Bug
land srndThe landThe
The affair proved one of r the thetioos sensa sensations sensations ¬
tions of the year but the Montagus Montagusdisappeared Mtaguaiwbell Montaguaadiappnred
disappeared when the steamer r reached
the other side stdeand and Lord 2fontsgu ootgu was wascheated Wated wasseated
cheated ted o ort 1t < it of the personal cbastfee cbastfeeto chasttsement stitement
ment of IhP man be aCevsed of trying
to implicate kate him in the nationwideaecadaL nationwide nationwidescandal
scandal i I iI
Driver With ith Classic Title Arrested BecauseScales Becausrw ecause Scales Start Started StartedFrom Started ¬
ed edFrom From Ten Pound Instead of Zero Mark lVlarkLan lVlarkLanguishes MarkLanguishes Lan Languishes ¬
guishes a in Jail Awaiting Bondsmans BcfndsmansArrivaL Arrival
PytMafe p wens Jugged ° today todayAlong te4IayJeII todayAleg
Along JeII with a net of handicap scales scalesnice scalesand
and 1 nice yellow toe wagon wagonstation was1M wagebe
1M was WC8I escorted is the Stgietb Ua precinct Mecinctby precinctatatien
station by an Inspector of the theof of e eof
of the Sealer of lIeapts T etgfcts and aJll bteannsea Meas MeasPythias 1II4a81 1II4a81I 1II4a81PJthia81s
nnsea nnseaPythias I
Pythias PJthia81s te an Icam iceman an He supports supportsthe supportsthe I
the name of Coatee as weil as the thenuare thenso I
nso ore e classic title And a as far as the theSealer theSe theSealer
Sealer of Weights We1 ts and Measures Measuresknows Measuresknown 1IIes 1IIeskIteww
knows he i Is also a very honest ice iceman icen ¬ i iIt
man n It isnt wb w what 4 Pythias really did didhut didbut I Ikt
hut what he could do If occasion occasionarsse occasionatone I
atone that caused ea his dlscomntnre u ntiare and andhumiliiitlon ADd1nIaIJU andhueniliiation
humiliiitlon 1nIaIJU Ue probably did not notknow notkllOw notknow
know his l s poasibiliUofi MI8 nntn the alert alertand 2rtertand atertand
and everactlTe inspector called his hisattention hisi
i attention att Uon to them and then the he h was wasSB wasundone as ase
e SB 3 wore the th oeaJes eeBJealtDdone eaIeeundoneiren undone undonesafer I
OIa the Ice wag wagon and removed vecJ to a asafer asafer
safer place placeXo 1t1a placeNo
Xo 0 one could accuse the scales of ofbeing ofhelDI ofbeing
being off the Job They were very verymwch yerymuch verymuch
much on Too much so In fact they theywer thfYj theywere
were w r > in such condition that they took tooka
j a strangle hold on the enemies of o ot
sr grsvttlr rttr and a e1 endeavored by 7 starting startingat iartlngat
at ten pounds f u > win II eat against all allnatural allDatura allnatural
natural tendencies Ordinary scales scalescovortly aealewllea scaleswhen
when they smart t to 1Ht Unfaithful
to their tr trust de it it covertly with an aaindicator
indicator set at aero > But not so with withthe wltkthe withthe
the kind Pythons had Throwing deceit de deceit deceit ¬
ceit to the four winds with un ¬
blushln blushing brutal honesty b pesty this indi indicator indicater ¬
cater ter began its tourney of the figures
at the place marked 1 1Only 10 10t
t Only > ily caxp CIUPftt + criticsor trltlal or m4 th office of
the sealer sealerOther lei 6t1Jld ba > uIdjaic put a spike In the am
bition o f f nc 1 valuable ids t commerce commercepet
Other persons pet as is les s critical pIaned planted t be beotiginet tile I Iortginal
ortginal spike that prevented the scales stones
fr frr from + m n weighing w iBf anything anthi anythm under ten tenpounds tenJOuncil tenpomads
pounds But Pythias Tkl < 11d not know knowabout knowabout
about it He so toW the J inspector peetor But Butthat Butthat i ithat I
that did < not help him any The lynx lynxfyed lYnxyf lynxeyed
eyed yf official saw w his duty And he did didt
iL t If f Pythlas J111 raises 1 9 ± 0 during durin dWl
the day and he hopes te todo de so he win winreturn Rillreturn in I
return rturntothebosemofJIifamUynot to the bosom of Hte family notvery not notvery
very many minutes later than the orig ¬ I
inal hour this evenis evenisbtwt evening eve ia ial
But l i1t hes he got to deihcr deuver the ice on his htewason hisW8On hiswagon
wagon first fi To most t merchants such a atask atd atank
task td k without scales at > would be diffcultBut difficult difficultBut difftcultBut
But n nt < for Pythias As noted previous previously pr ious ¬
ly 1 bs i an icem an ana n
Determination Determinatiqn to Visit Anti AntiTariff Antij Antii AntiiTariff
Tariff Hotbed Opens OpensWar OpensWar j jYlar
War on Insurgency a aINDIANA i iINDIANA iINDIANA
I ISpeech
Speech In Answer to Beveridge BeveridgePlanned i iPbuwedElK i iPlanted
Planned PbuwedElK far Warning to t Other OtherStale OtherState i iI iState I
State Organizations OrganizationsBy OrgRi tions tionsBy
The Th Pi FreaNa unhlM st HI apttMtltapotis spoak m I InsKa InsKatolm IItIIIeaI
apotis 1 J tolm OI II on May 7 i iwhich L LVisitlg I IYhm
Yhm die capita c tile arst 1St State Statehich Statewhich
which hich baa atone on rooora to tt ha Rupub Rupublican it itliean RqWlican
lican licantariff savndss as o potent t the MW MWtariff nowtaritf
tariff law he a wH make a strowr se speech 8PeecIn ca cam
m In support < of that law lawCotoddont lawCo lawCoincident
Coincident Co t with this information wnaa wnaathe bf tm Aden comes comesthe comesthe
the further t1llT news IM that Attorney A General GeneralOTicfcersham GeneralWick GeneralWicksrabam
OTicfcersham Wick to his 11 Chisern CMca speech to tomorrow to tomerrew tomorrow ¬
morrow night will road the Republican Republicanimtursents Rsabdeanmsurgenta 1IIteaa 1IIteaaea
imtursents ea out of Ute party to a mora nsradrastic moradraetic 3 3drMtle
drastic tsasse ins nun than has rat be been n done doneby doaeby doneby
by either the t President PI l or any of his hisadvisers JaiaIII hisaeadvmser
aeadvmserIn advisers advisersIn
In him Indians Indianapolis polls ft speech h the Provi Provident Pr Prdent Praibeat ¬
dent to expected to moor indorse the pro pronooncoments 11IODGIIncts proneoacemonts
nooncoments of Mr r TWckereham and to toclinch t tdillcb toclinch
clinch the flat declaration laratlDa that a peNtiea politi political ¬ j jeI
cal party does doeDOt not and canon caDIICtk recOMseIwargsacy recosnise recosnisemouramncy
mouramncy k Y and that those who are arewith not notwith notwhit
with the AdntfnlstraUon raUoa are n U UCJt eao tnomios tnomiosCkaage den denCkaage
Ckaage CJt e Coatampiated CoatampiatedIn C templatec1 templatec1Ja
In other words the war warFor to > on onFor heFor
For the past few l w days It has been beencurrently 1teaanlrreotty beatcurrently
currently reported that the PreoMont PreoMontwould Pr Prwuuld PresMeatwould
would not include Indianapolis in Ms Msitinerary WiCRftIUT hisitnersry
itinerary of the Western trip he will willtake willtake willtake
take leaving vfDJ Washington W April A 21 He Hehas Ii Iibaa Hehas
has however bo changed cba his Ii plan and a d will willgo 1111o willgo
go o to the center of the flrst a scene o otariff Dtart of oftartE
tariff < disaffection It Itad was said that XT XTTaft MrTaftfcare4 dr drTaft
Taft Taftfcare4 feared to go kCO k Tidmna r Ji4 iana as be becould becould becould
could not do so cotmUtenfiy d iy without t in inJurslin Inlie indoreti
doreti Jurslin the nuriff i law and cia a IIIdor8e IIIdor8eMeat bdot dor > te temeue e entont
Meat would do the arty m that thatState State
nothing hut t Harm HarmSuch hnnscb hzutSuch
Such hi nor the case The President Presidenthad Plellldeat1Iad Presidentbad
had read 2 t r Beverssg Bneti6peIt > oeverliges s speech k hang hangbar ng ngbesore
besore bar ge It was delivered clelher He has htMIu at no noUnto nnoant
ant Unto coirtemplsted u tell wit wits any ny teas rc tmf tmfprosBOct I IiwsepietOlspheking
prosBOct iwsepietOlspheking of juisahing n Indiana So tar taras fturtunfty rrlie
as Ludet > pes lie bet JD 1110 IR
tunfty t T to spon peai in Iad1ano regrdIhg egnrd g th thtartrf u utarIII
tartrf tarIII B and his Cabinet are out WIth wtththe WIthtIN withthe
the avowed purpose of defending en the theAdministration tileAdeJniRraton theAdminlstratcon
Administration and its achievements achievementsSo
So far as Indiana is concerned ned it is isOoapaircd IsoC isdespaired
despaired of by the Republicans R1ItIica In ad addition 441tJon addition ¬
dition to its party disaffection mA dlsagreements dis disagreements 41 41qreemenb ¬
agreements as a result of the th t LI < MC the theRepublicans tileR41pubUcaDs theRepublicans
Republicans have ha lost what they bad to tothe Ietbf inthe
the last elections apracUcally practically the em empIObIbttton entire entireprohibition re reprohibition
prohibition vote In tile last campaign campaignthe campsi n nlocal
the Republicans Republicanntbeid Had the county local localoption local0I
option plank d to their platform pIado rm and atyyd had hadthe Iddie hadthe
the support of the thedaat probJbklonhfta bltIoiiistn This Thisy Thiswas
y ar that plank was left out and the theprohibitionists tiNa
7Idoelits prohibitionists Idoelits had a convention CGIW of then thenown tlteIrown theirown
own thus withdrawing their support supportfrom a pert pertfrom rt
from the ReprbiicanaEaect a Republicans RepublicansElect
Elect e ea Others OtbersConsequently OtheuCoaIIecIuentiT OthersConsequently
Consequently the Presidents P IJ IJIn speech speechto
to the heart of the rebellious Stele St e will wHlb willhJIper1aat willbe
b be important only as It will affect other otherStates otJMrStat otherStales
States Stat and State organisations JJ tiouJ contem contemplating eoatempIa n npladng ¬
plating pIa Jumping oft the reservation reservationNot raen resovadonNot OD ODN
Not until today has there come a reali realization reaUof realisation ¬
zation of how b fiercely the Administra Administration Admtttietazlion tra tratloll ¬
lion and the organisation of the party partyare partyare partyare
are determined to ftght InsurgencyTherefore insurgency insurgencyTherefore y yrberrore
Therefore the organization 0 ntzUen Is about aboutty abouttake
L ty take the offensive o aast throughout the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country The Administration cbDlal tratlon and its itsorators ttorators itsorators
orators will Invade every section with withthe withthe withthe
the argument a ment that the Admi AcbnlebtrtWa AcbnlebtrtWat < tifet ration rationis
is right rk ht t and that the insurgents tNlUr < 11 are arewrong areWIOAg arewrong
wrong So far the tb policy h has s been R to toon togreat toa
a great ext extent t to Jet the insnrah Insa s sj0 sj0on o oon
on their way unmolested but now theyare they theyare theyaTe
are to be attacked in 11 their own strtn strtnhotds sirinholds
holds and in any State where they ha hacreated hacreated have havecreated
created any an dissatisfaction dbJ with the theNot theregulars
regulars 1ars of the party JMLrtyI
Not ot o f a will w l the party leaders Jead rs cripple crippletne crippletae cripplethe
tae insurgents by withholding wtthhekJt cam campaign camhelp ¬
paign help financial and o otherwise but butwfll butwill butactually
will actually fight bt the rebellious re wing wingof wi wioC wingof
of the party partin in the open up to electioday election electionday n nda
day I
Speakers Enrelled I
Members of Congress are being en enrorfed enro enroted
rorfed to go out to the country with withspeeches withspeeches
speeches 81111 biH calculated to show that theInsurgents the theare tltetneuQeJlts
Insurgents are wrong anti the regulars retUQrsare
are tight L The Administration feels feelsthat t4elathat f oh ohthat
that It has sat t quiet far too long I under underantoet uMeI1Injaet underunjust
unjust critictom eritictemThe critictomThe erl erlThe
The first t bitcurt will be b ftred red eel by fro ifrWickenam froWick MrWickerbam
Wickenam Wick m tomorrow nigttt GIlt and thesacred the theiieccnd thend
sacred nd will come to the President Presidentspeech Prelldentk s sspeech
speech k in Indiana 1JHJta1lWhat IndianaWhat IndianaWhat
What the result r of It R aM wW 1 be can caanet cannot callDOt
not new be foretold but the party lead leaders 1e84ft8 leadera ¬
ers arc determined rierm tom they can not notafford DOt0Id notalrord
afford < 0Id to let themselves be attacked by bythe bythe bythe
the insuracrats iwnI ftI without wit t Rghting htt back backand a4ksod backand
and that if defeat has to come it had hadbetter hadbettK hadbetter
better fce AI at the hands haa e of f the Demo Democrats DeDlocnots Demoorals ¬
orals than throwsrh thro h efforts of tbo t th e who whoare whoare 00 00are
are insurgent against a what the leaders leadersbelieve lea leadersbelieve ers ersbelie
believe to be real Republicanism RepublicanismPOLL R BepublicanismPOLL blbni blbniPOLL
Chairman Cb innan Foss Expectsto Expects to Retain RetainProvision RetainProvision RetainProvision
Provision for Two TwoBattleships TwoBattleships TwoBattleships
Battleships BattleshipsA
A cMvtong ertnt the of f the House H made MttAIcc today todayby todayby
by mem mermens erg of the House Committee on onMaval onvaJ onNaval
Naval vaJ AJtehre indicated that Chairman ChairmanPOSB Ch ChairmaatFoe aa aag
Foe would be able to get his bBl bBlthrough bIItthrough binthrough
through late this afternoon and that thathe tJtate thathe
he would be successful in retaining theproviabn the theprovision theprovision
provision for two batUships batUshipsWhen bfWMt bfWMtVJten battesk
When the bill came into the she House Housethere HoueethPre Honeethere
there was so much opposition io O the two tarobaUleshlp twobattleship two1taUJeebl
battleship program that th thoe r > was Wd Rdgsiderabie con congiderabie eoas641wsWe
giderabie doubt in the minds of ofcommlUe the thecommittee thecommittee
committee members whether whe i it would wouldcarry wt oukI oukIcalry ad adawry
carry The canvass vales o of the t loose JiQuse made madetoday madetoday madetoday
today nowever would oufd seem to indicate indicatethat la4iJeatethst indicatethat
that a number of o member Ift er who origl origlnally onigitIiy I Inan
nally nan tIiy Instated that ap appropriations IlPr nslpiatio 3 be bemade oe oeamde Demade
unclewell made for only one battleship have have been beenwon beenWQII
won over o er to te committees idea ideaParlsr ideaParlor IdeaParlor
Parlor Car CarHarnsonburg Hamsonburg Branch BranchSouthern BranchSoutJtera BranchSouthern
Southern Railway announces Inaugura Inauguration lnaasuraUoa luaaguralion ¬
lion Pultroas Bu Buffet Su e et Parlor Car botwaenWashington botwaen botwaenV38htagton bGtwaenWa9
V38htagton Wa9 and Hajrrlsonhttrg artisan Trains Trainst8D
213 ° 13 t8D and 94 l4etlecUve effective April I iftfi L S SBrewn SBrown SJ3refin
Brown Gen Ast A t Advt Ad dt
To Wed w ed Marine M rine Officer II
Photo by Ciiaedtnit CiiaedtnitMISS CiiaedinatMISS
Who W Bec Becomes a e5 Bride of f Lacatesaat VmierwMd Just Back From CpI Crnie e in isOrieot inOrieDt inOrient
HLLUO Uu 11 o uAiL uAiLUnderwood
Underwood Back Ba < k From Fromingto FromOri FromOrii
Ori Orii l1t tO Lead adW adWjHgt W Win
ingto in 9 Girl to After Afterromance A1tirH A r rH
H + tvilg submitted te t tile demands r el el4hrty ofduty
duty that carried hIIR away from tIN tINbe thegirt
girt be Mid WNMIII and won tile pretty prettyromance PNttFhi
romance m the life lit If of Lieut Bob en Robeattnderweod ent art artRichard
t tnderweod b i u s S JtL Co C in to toWith uii uiiwithin
With within a few fl hours In bAs marriage t tIII toMin
III Min Enemy Dul3e DuBoIs s dlulldatw of CaJIt CaJItlUeIIanI ca caRichard
Richard C DaBeta U S s A A of this tJdaeil thiscity tniscity
cityLiwtenant city eil eilL i iLlontenant
Llontenant L Dt Underwood U O Just t returned returnedto
to ate native dire tend from
aa a extended extendedcruise CA CAer extendedcruise
cruise in tho Orient 0rIeata and Miss DuBois BnBovto DuBoisand
a and her titer aped Ut ue PacIIc sonar aIUtto sonarto
to bo there when he arrived M teat teatout attbe thatthe
the ceremony Y could be P performed Ad with wttIttMK without
out delay delayThe cIeJQThe delayThe
The romance beg began a two twowliaa year age agewhen agewhat
when Lieutenant nt Underwood U 4 mot bUss bUssDuBois Mk Mktaet BDuBoltJ
DuBois at a naval Milt III this dt7 dt7wIn and andJoel
Joel winter wIn the consent of the thes yenta ywonzladys yentahedys
ladys s parent was obtained to thatmarrisan their theirmarria tIMImaniae
marria marriaissued maniae Oa tie ere c of tM atmenee atmeneemeat I L LJlMnt
meat of their went orders wer werLIeat i + rere rereboned
issued saicnlng Lieutenant LIeat Underwood Underwoodto U 04 04tu
to duty with the marine guard on the thelong thecruIeer thecrdeer
cruIeer Pennsylvania tIte the coaI coaling preparatory Welt WeltaraorT
araxory to towater a long cruise In Oriental 0rieIdaIwatera Orientalwaters
waterLieutenant water watersLieutenant
Lieutenant Un Underwood U was AS for quit quitting tlU quitti ¬
ting ti the service hnmbttatdy imm la tdy rbtN but his hisbridetobe hisbrhIet himbridetbe
bridetobe brhIet would not hear I of of ash a al aJrocedure aFrocedure
l Jrocedure < rocedure Acting Ac on the advice of his hissweetheart hiaaweetbeart hissweetheart
sweetheart the young officer Joined his hteship bIahlp hisship
ship shipWhen hlp hlpWhen
When the Mr endcf crui r arrived at t the thePuaot theet thePuget
Puget et Sound undsNao Navy avY F 1anI ar ard last week the therst theerst thedlrsst
erst rst person ashore a was the lieutenant lieutenantof
of marines and the first person he saw aawwas sawwas w wwas
was pretty Mia DuBoIs Appllaatiitn Appllaatiitnfor
for leave made to the Navy Department Departmentdid
did not receive r dve approval but the young younglady OUDgJadv younglady
lady has Decided to marry her soldier soidkrswain soldierswain
swain w in at once
Bethlehem Committee Com ittee Files
More Charges Which Goto Go Goto Goto
to Labor Department DepartmentPresident
President lellt Taft today coffered consign 1 TIP oi thecharges the thecharges tileC
charges C made asalnst R the Bethlehem BethlehemSteel BeIIIIlumSteel BethlehemSteel
Steel Company by the csaimsuiu C f te of ofstriking estrtktD ofstriking
striking steel workers workersVthJdI Which coemfttee commit committee coHtee ¬
tee conferred con errecl with him ymttroay y me megardtag 1 1sanilag e eEarttng
Earttng the possible aetUementof tleDMDt of their tteirstrike theirstrike theirstrike
strike The President will place the tbematter thematter thematter
matter in the hands of the Department Departmentof
of Commerce and Labor which wMcItmeRt depart uopartment department
ment is requested soon to make a report re repert re repert
pert regardingthe regarding tile av aveetigat nveetigatlon enn It tecently re recently recently ¬
cently made of the st steel workers wortl strikeThe strike strikeTIle strnteThe
The strikers ask that tide report be bemade bemade bemade
made public at once onceToday oaceTeda onceToday
Today Teda the committee of eCstrtken strikers visited visitedseveral YI8itfdseveral visitedseveral
several members of Congress C grtSll to interest toterestthem IntereBtthem interestthem
them hi theircause their Cause caerss and ancIbiTestlpted ancIbiTestlptedlnfonnatloR hivestisat hivestigatedinformation d dinformation
information it possesses sesses to the eftct eftctthat eAlPctUtt eictthat
that the Government Goren meat Is making patterns patternsusad patternsu patternsused
used u ed in the ordnance manufacture faet1Ire at atSouth atSeuth atSouth
South Bethlehem B thlebem which the strikers strikersclaim sttiikersclaim sclahR
claim is positively Irregular Irr Officials Officialsat
at the gun factory at the e navy yard to toWashington tnWashtngton inWashington
Washington today toda today said such Is not the thecase tbecase thecase
case explaining eXplaf lng that they they are aio9onlY making makingonly rndkiayonly
only such patterns patte as are roanired egsh ed under underthe underthe underthe
the contracts COli tracts with the t e steel companyThe company companyThe ceDlpeDyTIle
The strike committee contends that it itproposes Itproposes ftproposes
proposes to show the workmen WGI n employed emptoyedby employedbyt
by byt the e steel company are arehacapebte Incapable lncanab a of ofI tCmakin1 ofmaking
I making aH the patterns necessary S53T in the themanufacturing themanufacturing
l1aa manufacturing anee ulutur1n Of the Governor Governtrcat cm end oroanee endaance
Investigators a aI Decide Deci e That Thatto ThattiIDiCUii
I tiIDiCUii D Lri Olilts nt Musr + Iti I B e i ll llto
to Brandeis BrandeisA
A prude slap was administered adininistfiedaroBctasml Iei fA fABa toSecretary
Secretary Ba ettnget JIfU today by tile ao Conarossiwal
aroBctasml 81 1 m committee ce delving JuJ Ina Into the theunanimously theCl theconservation
Cl conservation l h controversy controversyA vny vnyA
A motion was unanimously AIJY carried carriedoverruitor cantedoverralla cactiedoverruling
overruling oecretary BaUmcers BaJUnc protect MOtetJM pnoleetagainst protectg
against g hMt the repeated cans for docu documents dDcuby deumestat ¬
ments by Attorney A Brandt m for or thepe the thepiostjcutioD tIMIl
pe piostjcutioD Il smtio mtiou i The Secretary to a let lettor Jettw letter
tor made public at the tent meeting of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the committee declared these requestswere requestswere requests requestswere
were hi the nature ofa oC a fishing pro proeea ROaJId procesa 1
eea and an oblique attempt to eon eoaThe eonuI eontrot I
uI the presentation 111 eDttin of II his CIIIeIIre evidenceThe
The eonmnttee thought that It it sus sustained aaataIDe4 an antamed ¬ 1
tamed the Secretary it migHt result resultto
to hampering es the inquiry as wen as asgranting aspaIIdIIc ashim
granting him control of the evidence evidenceBrandeis nleuto
to he prwlnoed by the opposing 1111 tq tqBraB aide aideBrandeis
Brandeis BraB eis Pretests Pretestsfor Prote PretestsBrandeis tS tStocy
Brandeis tocy replied to Ute Uteter charges chargesIn
In Bs s letter ter terthe protesting again et etthe
the delay of tM Secretary ia pceoaNc pceoaNctat prednelug
tat tile called for doer lWftts and 4le1 4le1ns de denandbi
nandbi g Iaattctiona ns tr Balfr BJuw r to toturn
turn then over at oece oececaBt oehceWe I
We cant I anything tbbII Ia tile nature natureof
01 as au surprise Ia tilt onIr documdet we call callfor ailfor
for explained c Brandeis The Secre Secrehrid Secretary
tarY know k S eiraYtbic we aaa for tori SecreI and andI
i might a that I belies at ItWeIS ItWeISto
to ive RYeII ai of our r calla have Mea with withheld
MId so that the Secretary could took tookover okOYer lookover i
over OYerU everything everythingI n
I U A remarkable abIe reversal of ideas was waswhat waswhat
what the attorney atto caned the Secretarys Secretaryspresent Secretaryspeetteat
present position positionHe SeeretaryI
He said that m the tJMinK 3rat place MrBallinger Mr MrBalllnger
M soUotvus to ham hamndttee JIamper hamper
Balllnger Ban was so not
per In allY way ue actions 0 tills oom oommittee comI comImlttee
ndttee a aconned and did not oven wt to have ltavecoun havecounsel
conned lest that represantstlea ftPreHli repica nutation tta by byto lIlYCOUD bycamvei
COUD camvei might t 1M deeIII Ia seine way waTto wayto
to place an obsvad aCIP Ma m the pursuit of ofthe ortruth ofthe
the truth truthConttoiring truthCoDtln truthConttusdega
Conttoiring CoDtln Attorney Brandeis Bta + des crtti crttiaelecthtg attlcised etidsed
cised t Secretary for 01 his J letter Jettereet letters
aelecthtg eet s counsel and sutoequentiy u his hislatent hislat idstatest
latent t petition which the attorneytermed attorney attorneytermed a IKReTt
termed t a false one of complaining complainingsaaimt tompialninfully 1 a 111 111a
a calla made lit eider 1ID NeRM NeRMtally yrmdetluny
fully tafprmatton lsft rm adaa to the cumnakoDefends ca ummiiUeB ummiiUeBDefeats e eDefends
Defends BalHnger
Attors Attorney y Vertrees vertreest took up Baningersj Baningersjdefense DAirers DAirersdefense II IIdef
defense defenseIt def
It is time to can a halt on this thisscheme tIdBof thisscheme
scheme of auyig atx a wyteK the department by bycans byc byarts
cans c for pa papers ern he protested tri I Ithink Ithtnk
think debtor JIsh Is tiM correct term termWell tenaWen termWeil
Well observed Mr James 1 Aching ashingdont AtIh AtIhooat Achingdont
dont hurt nothing nctbl unless you catch catchsomething catchsoaaetWaG catchRepresentative
something somethingRepreocntatlve I
Representative Eftnby moved mo that Sec Secretary SecTetry Seeretary ¬
retary BaUinger < er be required to t produce producewith MOfIueewit producewith
wit with all due speed an documents documentscalled documentscalled ts tscalled
called for by the committee The mo motion methin ¬ I
thin was unanimously carried carriedAndrew carriedAndrew
Andrew Christensen en who on n Septem September September Sapiensher ¬
ber IS 1MB succeeded L R Gtevis as aschief aschief aschid I I
chief of fbe be Seattle Sea the field division was wasAttorney wasAttorney 8S 8SAttonteY
Attorney Vertrees first t witness today todayHe todayHe todayHe
He related the circumstances of Gtevtr Gtevtrdischarge GIriIdJ Glavbdischarge
discharge dJ and the ensuing transfer tnut of ofrecords ofrecords
records a and > nd documents and a declared declaredthat tleelaretlthat declaredthat j
that notwithstanding aohtith tandang an agreement t made
between Gtevis and himself the formerhad former formerhad for I IbacI
had taken a bunch of papers out ofthe of ofthe ortile
the office te > fe room at the LincolnHotel Lincoln aceIaHoteL LiaatsmHotel
Hotel HoteLCaUs
Calls It ViolationChristensen Violation ViolationCbristensen ViolationChristeasen
Christensen said that this was in vie violation TIlati vielation ¬
lation n of the agreement ni nt which was that ttsatGtevis thatGlaris 1 1GIaTIs
Gtevis wa waa to give I tve these papers petS to a astenographer astenographer i
stenographer t to be held h pending theheat the theissue 1
issue of a reretpt rer tpt bey to Cmtetgnnen C f The Thewltnees TIteWttJIees e ewitness
witness said thai he h did not know whatthe what whatthe
the papers woreSubsequently were wereSubsequently wereI Wllatl
Subsequently Ohrietanaen Chrifrt saM he gave gaveformal saTeformal gaveformal
I formal notice oe < to GlavJs that he week wouhli WOIII1lIpro weekproeertcte
i proserptft pro ttP him unless the prtgMPru were wereContinued
Wftell WftellC9Dtinu6d
Continued err Second Ph e
Missouri Mis sou ria an n Dissatisfied DissatisfiedSeeks DissatisfiedSeeks d dSeeks
Seeks to Learn Return Returnf ReturnJon
f Jon on Actual Investment InvestmentBUFFALO InyestmentBUFFALO InvestmentBUFFALO
Presents Figures But Is DedaceU DecfiageNot DedaceUNot Ded liea lieaf
Not f Not ot In Position to GiveInformation Give GiveInformation GiveInf
Inf Information rmation Desired DesiredThe DesiredThe H HThe
The House II District Committee Ce at atiU aiIts atits
Its hearing a today decided to investi investigate laveetigate est estbte ¬
gate in I detail aIaI1 the ftnaadel anclI condition ceaditteaof
of the tbeWg Waohhtgton + Gas Light Com Gempay Company ceaJMUlY ¬
pay with a view to detaraatBhig determlaingwhether detaraatBhigwhether etgwhether
whether the people of WslttegtieR WUli agteR3Ie agteR3Iebelag are arebeing arebeing
being oercltar overcharged eIl for the ga gas gaswunted con consumed conaimed ¬
aimed sumedThte wuntedThis aimedThis
This decision was reached at the thesuggestion tJteSUleeUoA thesuggestion
suggestion of Kepreeentatr ReK e Coudrey Coudreyof
of Missouri who declared that lie ws wsdisssatisded w wdissatisfied q qdl
dissatisfied dl with Ute method of thegas the thegas tileglUJ
gas company ta presenting its case tothe to tothe t tthe
the committee through a gas expert expertwho cpertwho expertwho
who was net la a position pe to give tile tliecommittee tilecommittee thecommittee
committee the detailed information dea toregard in inregard laresard
regard to the companys JteaJtcee JteaJtceeMr
Mr Coudrey the author of the reeohi reaolxtion reeohition GIIItiOft
tion under which the present eat invaetiga invaetigaUon Jaye dJ dJUon + 3 3Uon
Uon is beiinr conducted declared that thathe tIIathe thathe
he want to t know and proposes eS to toout find findout fistsOut
out the pretts If of the company y ythe based on onthe n nthe
the amount of capital pot into Ute busi business business 1 1JI ¬
ness irrespective klC ef profits earned and andturned aItUM1f4l andturned
turned back kit IIIto tb tht buses btumeoaWhen 11 busesWhen Ar MoL MoLt
When the t Inuring draw to a close MrCoudrey Mr MrCondrey XrCondrey
Condrey suggested ed that the investJmttienwas investJmttien RY luveatigttbawas tpa tpatar
was coins far aneM and h lie wanted to toset t tftt toet
set et down to brass tacks Mr Alkea Alkeaof
of South Carolina then announce announced on11 tbabe thac thacb dI8be
be b was tired of Jaurtee the thedra bearings bearingsdrag bearingsdrag
dra drag along and at his hhicootmtttee fa facommittee ZUf06 ZUf06ceaunittee
committee win meet again tj t tperl tnight tnightExpert night nightExpert
Expert Ml B Stand StaadAlexander StaMAIxancJ StandAlexander
Alexander C Humphries uiCa uiCathe of f Unitasthe BvJfele BvJfelethe
the gas expert epIoy employed by the Wash Washincton W Win Wadiincton
incton in OIl GasJtgfet Company was the mrst mrstwitness ascwttDMB ftescwitness
witness railed eaIJeIIMr todayMr today todayMr
Mr Humphries H took ma a member o oc eC eCGIII ofcoepWats
oinpiiiliUH GIII c oC alleged iujjgd bash tnafujmsA tartalpetIhXitl tnafujmsAvmced t VIt VItQ
IhXitl a Q a1 Caw f in tti0 u t eC c cpa9aealta
pa9aealta ih de 4SdSrsd W8 lM lMof t tu
of seteb espsairt u JJ L t the cesemdtzee ai a olebha
bha vmced + d Urn that the company at ail ailtimes alltIMes aMtimes
times showed ed a disposition to deal fa fair fairly lairIy r rly
ly with the t e commuters commutersReferring comersReferring I I In InR
Referring R to eompiaiat of the price lltceJayin of oflaying oflaying
laying pipes the witness said cutting cuttingtbe CMWatIte cuttingthe
the pavement was expensive and that thatthe attIw thatthe
the Ga GM Company C did 1eI not get Lack back from fromthe fromtile fromthe
the costumer r the entire outlay outlayDealing oet1QDMlar outlayDealing
Dealing with the tb finances of the com compaay COlapaIIY conspony
pony Kfr r Hunmhries Humi hriea said that the tItet1Iru re reseeuritles retura
t1Iru to the COIIIPBIIY In 1i 9d based 011 0113ee11rit1es onsecurities
securities showed a net profit of orHt ofEiA 9332 9332fi492
fi492 or ILflS per cent
Figuring IIgu on tne assets s8e which he said saidwag saidwa saidwas
wag a proposition entirely different f from fromsecurities rem remth
tIe th securities the returns bored on as asseia as aso
Mia of o JajeMW amounted is tj ZH pereeut per percent tIAt
cent < On the total appraised value of ofthe o othe
the company as a going concern which whtckMr ckVr whichMr
Mr limnrnrfes figured to be 31iO1W 31iO1Wthe WMW too WO WOthe
the be return na June J uee an Din wa was aO 1 per percent percent
cent eeat
eeatHa Bam Ha ef Figure FigureThese agesThese ea eaTbe
These ftguree the witness wtt toad wore werenot worenot Wk8JIiOt
not based on ft HceK ceat gee bnt on the theprie thoprIee rhoptfee
prie existing at ut ths time H s M subnutted b bwonld
MiUea eOmater e eC what tIIIe rcs raawould
woW be on onwith ilcom s ga aM amid that UIawttJa thatwith
with estimated t proton of btN the re reitnrn retara retarn
itnrn tara on the securities ae uities U1I would be reduced re reduced re redtlce ¬
duced from 1I1ST Il per cent to L S79 p per perbe p percent r rceIIt
cent the returns on the semis weald wealdbe wouldbe
be reduced from 7 7cent U pet cent to iS7 Si per peleeat perant
cent and the returns figured eX thetotal the thetotal thetetal
total value Iue Of the property would be bereduced bereducecl bereduced
reduced from 51 1 per p ry cent ce nt to 412 41 per cent
The witness corrected his prevteo
figures ae to the increased cost of manu 11
i factoring and delivering declaring O that t tthousand
the cost or ns I m d was K 6ii cents a
thousand as compared with w4 1 cents a a acent
tlIoe aDd ilt 1Hi aa Increase tncre r U 1 per perceRt percent
cent his This increase has somewhat t Jess > ess
than the amount given by Mr HH HHphHes Hut Hutphrks
phHes at the last hearing hearingment
He also corrected his previous state stMement statemeet
ment as to t tter tile ae receipt MIIMe per me
ter The total amount of gas soW in inof
De he said was at the average be trice priceof
of K 7 cents The
< average aY receipts per permeter permeter
meter he declared amounted 11M IIIi hd to SS79
for the year or aw 13l i a month The Thosame TthIII Thesame
same III sales i ithe 011 the balls of l0cent gas gasshow
show an average per meter of iii iLte for
the year or S2JS a monthMr month monthMr JIIOIIthMr
Mr Humphriee Hum declined to tell Mr
Gary the amount he received from ran thegas the thegas
gas co company pans for presenting lleHII Ms ease to
the committee committeeQuestions eommltteQuestions committeeQuestions
Questions as te t Meters MetersThat MetersThat MetcrsThat
That fe my private buMnose a > he hesaid esaW hesaid
said and I do not know y yd t what Iam I Ilam Ito
lam am going to r1 charge
Mr r Cary aaM CMllAlmers co cothat compiand compiandthat
that their blue were higher now than thanat tIIanat thanat
at the old rate and asked if it was wasJost wasJIOt Rbsnot
not tO t to Jllake A meter run fUt fUtju fastjust
just as it is possible to make a watchrim watch watchrun watellnm
run fastThe fast fastThe fIastThe
The witness wl safe It was not because
the mechanism is different The com csnepanaos companies ¬
panies he said hi do not put on addi additional additional ¬
tional pressure in order that store mkeie gas gasmight
might be burned Durn tl because 1teca disastrous 4 meaults re resnlts re
snlts would followInvestigation follow followInvestigation
Investigation he said s showed we < thatconsumers that thatconsumers
consumers burned more gas a when b theprice the theprice tbeprice
price was lowered Complaints that gaj gamcompanies gajcompanies gaaeotDJJfUlies
companies take advantage of cOMmaer cOMmaerhe
be said were made without due esosW conssidoration esosWeratton CIIDeIderatlon
oration orationReferring erattonReferring
Referring again to putting put on addi additional addithonal ¬
tional thonal pressure Mr Humphries said dd the theadditional theadditional
additional amount of gas forced tore S ed through throughthe t throughthe
the meter is to the advantage advaat a of the theconsumer
COIIfUm consumec consumecReturns consumer consumerReturns
Returns From ByProducts ByProductsMr
Mr Cary staked If the profits received reeehoedfrem receivedfront receivedfrom
from the byproducts J of the Gas Com Company 0IIaPBDJ faarnpsy ¬
pany did not eonotttote II UaM feYet Vehret evet The Thewitness Thewitness Timewitness
witness replied IIM that if it wore W not for lorthe forthepredtz
the thepredtz profits frem this source th the cost ee of ofgas ofhas
gas to the consumer would b be 8 greater graatrMr 88ItJer
Mr lrH HumimrJes sM that the appataisai ap appraisal ap appraisal ¬
praisal of SUOMQI iffliQS did not k kMIude iue > d > iude iudepates d dwater
water IR m the 1Ja stockMr stock stockMr MeekMr
Mr Gary had read r a letter Hush a aconsume Is IsCOII8U asconsumer
consume COII8U r charging that his east est for forgas
gas unU uttr r the t11 reduced rate Is greater greaterthan et er eran
than an it was at the th XI 1 rate an aunt aokel aIIIIedf aokelMT
MT Ai Hurtiphnps < to fxplaln if ifThe ifThe itThe
The nitwss itO i s said the only reply ha h
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