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Showers Tonight O and andTuesday d I he II h fime I LAST AST EDITION EDITIONNUbIBER
Tuesday Warmer a ngton LrLO 1 JUUl1 lull lullDUMBER
I DUMBER 6714 1 w WASHiNGTON MONDAY MONDAY EVENING MAY 23 1910 PRICE ONE O E CENT I
WAR NARUPON UPON SALOONS SALOONSSLOGAN SALOONSSLOG
SLOGAN SLOG OF WORKERS OFORKERSAT WORKERSAT
AT S S CONVENTION CONVENTIONXorldWide
WorldWide Campaign Map Mapped Mapped Mapped ¬
ped Out by Delegates at atTodays atTodays atTodays
Todays Session SessionWILD SessionWILD SessionWILDENTHUSIASM
WILD WILDENTHUSIASM WILDENTHUSIASMMARKS ENTHUSIASM ENTHUSIASMMARKS ENTHUSIASMJvlARKS
MARKS MEETINGS
75000 Fund Pledged to Carry on onWork onWorkCompleted onWorkCmp1eted
Work WorkCompleted Completed Life Mem Memberships Memberships l1emerships ¬
berships Subscribed SubscribedAVar
War tar apalnst tho saloons by the united unitedSunday unitedSunday
Sunday school forces of o the world was wasthe waathe wasthe
the keynote k note of the general conference conferenceof
of delegates dele ates to the worlds sixth Sun Sunday Sunday Sunday ¬
day school convention held this morning morningat
at Convention Hall HallAn HaJlAn HallAn
An outburst of cheers greeted the thereading thereadinj thereading
reading of a letter by h J Shreve Dur Durham Durham Durham ¬
ham from Representative Ben Johnson Johnsonof
of Kentucky In which Mr Ir Johnson said saidthat Kidthat saidthat
that he would vote for any temperance temperancemeasure temperancemeasure temperancemeasure
measure which should be sent before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the District of Columbia Committee CommitteeLikewise CommitteeLlkew CommitteeLikewise
Likewise Llkew W C Pearce chairman of ofthe otthe ofthe
the adult division conference held this thismorning thismornint thismorning
morning at Mt It Vernon Methodist Epis Episcopal Eplecopal Episcopal ¬
copal Church was heartily applauded applaudedwhen applaudedwllen applaudedwken
when he said America Canada and andthe andth andthe
the th world shall go try ry The flrst speech speechI
I ever made was a temperance speech speechand S Sand pechand
and God willing I hope to Jive tVe to topreach topreach topreach
preach the funeral sermon of the last lastsaloon Jastsaloon lastsaloon
saloon In America America1Speech AmerlcaSpeech AmericaSpeech
Speech for Temperance TemperanceFollowing TemperanceFoUo1ng TemperanceFollowing
Following Mr Pearce Prof S S SGoodrich SGoodrich SGoodrich
Goodrich of Michigan made a speech speechfor speechZor pe b bfor
for temperance and against the saloons satoonaThe MIoonaThe saloonsThe
The saloon said Prof Goodrich Is Isthe Js Jsthe Jsthe
the greatest gre te t enemy of the church of ofGod ofGod ofGod
God in the world today t day It debauches debauchesbur
bur ur boys seduces seduc our girls and ruins our ourhome ourhome ourhome
home homeHe homeHe homeHe
He then declared that the Christian Christianforces Christianforcefil Christlaaforces
forces of the world should sh ld unite in a awar awar awar
war to the death against the liquor liquortraffic liquortraffic i itraffic
traffic He reported tat the temper temperance tmperance temperance ¬
ance conference held earlier rUM in in the themorning themorning themorning
morning at the Wesley Methodis Epis Episcopal Eplcopf1l Episcopal ¬
copal Church was wuattended attended by more peo people people peepie ¬
ple than the hail of the church could couldaccommodate coul1accommodate couldaccommodate
accommodate and that the conference conferencehad COft conferencehad erance erancehad
had been the most mo t enthusiastic at the theconvention theconvention theconvention
convention conventionProf conventionPrO conventionProf
Prof Goodrich conoiaded his III talk be before before before
fore the general geneNJ caatersac by rMtl readinga reading g ga I Ia
a resolution unaataaoiKstyaufopted unl ted at th thtemperance tbtemperanee tho thotempera1e <
temperance conference held at Weclgv Wes4 Wes4Methodst eebQ eebQethod
Methodic Methodst ethod t Episcopal EptcopalChurch Church ChurchThe ChurchThe
The iajva y delegates leg declared them themeelvec themIelvea themF 1
F eelvec in favor of pvefttlbttton lbtUon IR the Din District Dlstrict Dintrict ¬
trict of Columbia This action was wasgreeted wassreeted wasgreeted
greeted with great Applause ullie in the Con Convention CO1venUon Conventlon ¬
vention Hall this morning when the an announcement announcement announcement ¬
nouncement was mad ma < by the R Rev RevFrank v vFrank vFrank
Frank F Filch secretary of the lowSunday 10 10Sunday low IowaSunday
Sunday School Association AssociationThe
The 75000 igOO fund the convention has haspledged hasplerlged haspledged
pledged for the promotion of Sunday Sundayschool Sundayachel Sundayschc1
school work and Interest throughout throughoutthe
the world was completed today One Onethousand OneU Onethousan4
thousand U ousnd dollars was subscribed amid amidnuch amidnuch amidnuch
nuch applause applau e In order to make makeLady makeLady mekeLady
Lady Henry Somerset of England a alife aUfe alife
life member of the Worlds Sunday SundaySchool SundaySchool SundaySchool
School Association This membership membershipwas
was subscribed 8ub crlbed as a memorial in inhonor Inhonor Inhonor
honor of o Miss U Frances FraM E Willard Wlllardthese Willardthese I
these two women it was announced announcedby
by Secretary Lawrence Lawr nce from the plat platform platform platform ¬ I
form having done more than any anyothers an anothers anyothers
others to unite the great world forces forcesfor forcesfor forcesfor
for temperence temperenceOthers temperenceOther
Others Honored HonoredA
A life membership costing a thou thousand thousand thousand ¬
sand dollars was subscribed sub cribed for Mrs MrsZHlah MrsZfllah Irs IrsZlllah
ZHlah Foster Stevens national presi president preaident president ¬
dent of the W C T U Others hon honored honored honored ¬
ored with life membership were ere Hugh HughCork HUlhCork HughCork
Cork Bishop John H Vincent SIt SlrFrancis SIrFrancis
Francis Flint Belsey and Booker T TWashington TWashington j I
Washington WashingtonAt
At the general conference at Conven Convention Convention ¬
tion Hall fiveminute reports avere made madeby madeby madeby
by the chairmen of the eight confer conferences conrerences conferences ¬
ences held at various churches this thismorning tbltlmorning thismorning
morning for the purpose of discussing discussingSunday dleeu discussingSunday lng lngSunday
Sunday school work and methods of ofteaching ofteaching ofteaching
teaching Mrs Man Foster Fo ter Bryner Brynerof
of Chicago reported report for the conference conferenceon
on elementary division dealing with the theInfant theInfant theInfant
Infant and primary classes c1as es of the Sun Sund Sundy
d dy > v school schoolDr 1lhI1Ir hOO1 hOO1r
Dr r C E Mogg made a fiveminute flvemlnuteWpcrt fiveminutenprt fiveminuteglprt
Wpcrt on the work of the horn home depart department dep8Jtment departThent ¬
ment which Includes 80000fi OOi members membersand membersand membersand
and has to do with the introduction of ofSunday ofSunda ofSunday
Sunday school study stud into the homes homesDr hom homDr homeDr
Dr X M Hamill of Nashville Xa hvllle Tenn Tennreporting Tennreporting Tennreporting
reporting on the conference nt > rence for the thetraining thetraining thetraining
training of SundAv school teachers t bers was washeartilyapplauded wasbeartily
heartl beartily heartilyapplauded applauded when he quoted Dr DrH DrH DrH I
H S Cope of Illinois as Ii saying ytng that thatevery Utatever thateverY
every college and university should in inCoatinued InConUnued inContinued
Continued on Sixth Page PageWEATHER PagefEATHER PageWEATHER
WEATHER REPORT REPORTThere
There has been practically no change changeIn cbDge1n
In n the w wpast weather > conditions during the thest thepast
past st fortyeight hours hoursTempt hoursTempe S
Tempt ratures as a rule are slightly
below belo tie 1e seasonal nal average averageUnsettled avelSoUnsetUOO
s Unsettled showery weather atlter will Wilttinue con continue continue ¬
tinue tonight and Tuesday IluMda over the the1East theEast theEast
East and South SouthSUN SouthSUN SouthI
I SUN TABLE TABLESun TABLESun TABLESun
Sun rises 440 440Sun 440Sun 440Sun
Sun rots 718 718TEMPERATURES 11 11iJERATTJRES
TEMPERATURES TEMPERATURESS iJERATTJRES iJERATTJRESS S S80in
S 80in 80in9am a m 52
9 9am 9amjam a m S5 S5a
l jam jamflam a m f Sf SfU
11 flam flam12noon a m 5 5l
12 l 12noon noon 71 711pm
1 1pm p m m2pm
l
2pm 2 p Ui 75 75TIDIT
TIDIT TABLB TABLBToday TABbBTodayHlgh TABLBTodayHigh
Today TodayHlgh High tide 725 7 av m and 51 51m Slp smp
p > m n Low tide 1S7 a ra and a d 211 211Tomorrow 11 11PT l1tide
PT Tomorrow inorrowHlgh High tide SII M a in and andS andsr ands2
S sr s2 2T p in Low tide 212 1 a m and 549 549p uJ 49p uJp
p m
mCO
CONDITION CO ITION OF THE WATER WATERHARPERS WATERHARPERS VATBRHARPERS
HARPERS FERRY W V Va May MS MSpotomac 23 23Potomac 23Potomac
Potomac very ver muddy and Shenandoah Shenandoahvery Sh8111 Shenandoahvery ldoah ldoah6r
very 6r cloudy this morning morningFrank morningVery morningVery
Very Pretty Mantels for3oo Apie Apiece Apiecerank e eFrank
Frank rank Ll Ltbey bey Co 6th < fc X T L Ave AeiclT AvebldY i
iclT 4
CAPITAL O PIT AL WOMEN WORK WORKSAYS WORKSAYS WORKS
S SAYS CENSUS BUREAU BUREAUEleven
Eleven Per Cent Centof of All Wage Earners in District Shown Shownto
to Be Females While Percentage of Clerks and andStenographers andStenographers andStenographers
Stenographers Is Twentyseven
Do the women of Washington work workThis workThis ork1 ork1This
This question is answered In the af affirmative affirmative aflirroetive ¬
firmative by the Census Office with withfigures withfigures lth lthiigures
figures showing that oneflfth of the thesalaried thesalaried thesalaried
salaried employee of private manufact manufacturing manufacturIng manufacturing ¬
uring establishments exclusive of ofBteam ofsteam ofsteam
steam laundries are women womenFurthermore womenFurthermore womenFurthermore
Furthermore the women constitute con tltute 27 27par 27per
per cent of all the clerks and stenog stenographers stenograpbers stenographers ¬
raphers employed emplo ed by such concerns concernsand concernsand I
and 11 per cent of all the wage earners earnersBut earnersI earnersBut
But two girls under sixteen years of ofage ofage
I age were found to be wage earners earnersThese earnersThese earnersThese I
These figures flE > Uros were announced today todayby todaybY todaybY
by Census Director Durand They rep represent represent ¬
resent conditions that existed on Decem December December Decemher ¬
ber 15 1 1C09 1C09It lOO9It ioc iocIt
It was found that the total number of ofsalaried ofsalarIed ofsalaried
salaried officers and clerks on December
1 > K ISO was 18CQ 1 composed of t 12S2 12S2xrales 1 1l1ales 1naIes
xrales or SO per cent and 327 females femalesor
or 90 per cant cantThere c centThere < nt ntThere
There were U8 172 17 officers of corporations corporationsof
of whom MS 3M or 97 per cent were male maleand maletiand malesand
and 6 or 3 per cent were females femalesThe femalasThe femalesThe
The total number of wageearners wageearnerson
on December IS 1 was 7895 and of this thisnumber thisnumber thisnumber
number there were 7017 males or 89 89Government 89FOUR 89FOUR
FOUR INDICTMENTS INDICTMENTSIN INDICTMENTSINFASTWIRE
IN INFASTWIRE FAST WIRE WAR WARovernment AR ARGovernment
Government overnment Again Suddenly SuddenlyActive S SuddenlyActive ddenly ddenlyActive
Active Against Alleged AllegedBucket AllegedBucket AllegedBucket
Bucket Shops ShopsThe
The drag net of the Department of ofJustice 0 0Justice ofJustice
Justice was wa dropped among the bucket bucketshop bucketshop bucketshop
shop men again today with the result resultthat resultthat resultthat
that four additional names have been beenadded beenadded beenadded
added to the twentynine fast wire wireoperators wireoperators wireoperators
operators already indicted and two ad additional additional additlonal ¬
ditional true bills returned against the theCella thoCella theCelia
Cella and AH Altemus emus forces who are said saidto NJdto saidto
to operate under the name of the Stand Standard Staooard StandaM ¬
ard Stock aDd Grain Company ftf Jersey JerseyCity JerseyCity
City CityTh Clt CityThe
CltTIM I
Th TIM four men who w O were today tod indicted indictedfor Indlctctdfor indictedfor
for th the first time are Samuel W Adler Adlerof
of N New w York C A Tin Thin known tr trNew Ji JiNew ANew
New York 1M e Cat Tints from ate atehabit AI AIhabit alehabit
habit of signing Amg telegrams with his in initials Initiale ¬
itials William IIUam Fox and E M L Brown BrowBlag B Brownlag ¬
lag now living w Baltimore One 0 6 of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Indictments charges a conspiracy y tci tcicommit tG tGcommit toeonuntt
commit an oKenets O otfens < < eR wHWe Vt1J Ue the < ether ethercharge othercharges
charge the me wttfc wt opesatfagt o ojeeat HN ttDt g a abucket abucket
bucket shop in Washington D C CMost Cltt CMost
Most ltt of the Altamu and Cella ma mawere mGlwere mewere
were caught in the simultaneous raid raidwhich raJdhleh raidwhich
which hleh took place in several large cities citieson CUlMon citieson
on April 2 lastand last and by which the re relentJe relenttess
lentleee lentJe war against a alnst every torm of mar marglnal marginal marginal
ginal gambling was begun by b the Gov Government Government Government ¬
ernment With the additional Indict Indictments Indictment indictments ¬
ments the true bills against the Stand Standard Standani Standard ¬
ard Stock and Grain people now Include includeEdward j I
Edward Altemus Louis Cella Angelo AngeioCella AngeloCella AngeloCelia
Cella Samuel W Adler Cat Tills TflHsWilliam TillisWilliam TillsWilliam
William Fox R Rbert b rt Hall Samuel Ray Raymond Ra Raymond ¬ I Imond
mond Oscar J Rappel E M Brown Browning Browning
ing Henry C Stumf H R Duryee Duryeeand Duryeeand Duryeeand
and Charles Alley Duryee was the theWashington theWashington
Washington correspondent for the thehou thehouae thehouse
house hou and Alley his operator operatorThe operatorThe operatorThe I
The Indictments of today indicate a anew anew anew
new departure in the Goverhments Goverhmentsmethods 1 1methods
methods of fighting the bucket shops shopsHeretofore shopsHeretofore
Heretofore the th charges against the thebrokers thebrokers thebrokers
brokers have ha e been of a violation of the thecode thecode thecode
code prohibiting conspiracy The Gov Government Government Government ¬
ernment today tOOa comes into the open and andcharges andcharges andcharges
charges a direct violation of the Dls1 Dls1trict DIs1trlct Dis I Itrict
trict of Crlumbia law which prohibits prohibitsbucket prohibitsbucket
bucket shops and bucketing and which whichmakes whichmakes whichmakes
makes unlawful the setting up of a agaming ngnmlng agaming
gaming table tableFriends tabJeSENA tableSENATE
SENA SENATE IE CONSIDERS CONSIDERSTWO CONSIDERSS
S TWO TOBATTLESHIPS TOBATTLESHIPSFriends BATTLESHIPS BATTLESHIPSFriends
Friends of the Provision Are AreMustering Ar ArMustering AiMustering
Mustering Votes and andFeel andFe andFeel
Feel Fe l Sanguine SanguineThat
That the Senate will pass the naval navalbill naalbill navalbill
bill with provision for two big battle battleships battleships battleships ¬
ships was indicated when it met this thisafternoon thisatternoon thisafternoon
afternoon and after routine morning morningbusiness morningbuslnee morningbusiness
business proceeded to resume con consideration consideration consldertlon ¬
sideration of the naval appropriation appropriationmeasure appropriationmeasure ppropriatlonmeaaure
measure measureLast meaaureLut measureLast
Last Friday the situation was as close closeand closeand closeand
and had a vote ote been taken then the thetwobattleship thetwobattlo thetwobattleship
twobattleship twobattlo hlp provision would have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been lost lo L Since then work has been beendone beendone boondone
done in behalf of two dreadnaughts dreadnaughtsWhen dreadnau dreadnaughtsWhen hts htsren
When ren the bill was taken up Senator SenatorPerkins SenatorPErklntl SenatorPerkIn
Perkins chairman of the Naval Com Committee COlnmlttoo Coinmkteo ¬
mittee proceeded to refute the asker assertions alliertloM askertioni ¬
tions made last week by Senator S tor Hale Halsand Hl Hland Haleand
and Senator Burton that a 6000ton M OOton bat battleship battJeshipcost battieship ¬
tleship tJeshipcost cost 1SOOO lOO0OO < XX > Senator Perklns Perklnsald Eerklnsaid BerkinssaM
aid ald the highest estimate e he could find findwas ftRdwaft
was 11750000 11 W He held that under anyi anyicircumstances an anclrcumstanc ani anicircumstancOe
circumstances It was the thepert part of wis wisdom wisdom windent ¬
dom to build two big bl battleships battleE < hlps He Hefollowed
followed with a speech spep h of some < me length lengthIn enbthIn
In support of two dreadnaughts dreadnaughtsPRICE dreadnau dreadnaughtsPRICEOF hts
PRICE PRICEOF OF LUMBER LUMBEROBJECT LUMBEROBJECT
OBJECT OF INQUIRY INQUIRYDepartment INQUIRYDepartment
Department t of o Justice Starts In Investigation Investigation ¬
vestigation vestlgatl n of Lumber LumberTrust LumberTrust LumberN LumberTrust
N
Trust TrustIn
In pursuance rwance of the determination detennr Uon S of ofAttorney ofAttorney i iAttorney
Attorney General Wickersham to coni conitlnuc con continuc
tlnuc his investigation of trusts dealing dealingIn
In the necessaries of life and affecting affectingthe
the cost of living the Department of ofJustice ofJustice ofJustice
Justice it was aa ascertained as < ertalned today hasj hasjof has hasstarted hasstarted
started an investigation Into the price priceof price priceof
of lumber In different sections of L the thecountry thecountr thecountry
country countr In rder to learn whether thetharthe the
Lumber trust is subject to prosecution prosecutionunder proaecuUonunder piosecut1onunder
under the Sherman antitrust law
per cent and 878 females or 11 per percent percent percent
cent Of the tb 78S6 wageearners wageearnersthere wageearnersthere wageearnersthere
there were tere7il 7S71 Qr < 97 per cent who whowere whowere whowere
were sixteen years and more of o age ageand ageand ageand
and twentyfour or 03 per cent un under under Under ¬
der sixteen years ears of age The male malewageearners malewageearnen malewageearners
wageearners sixteen years > oar8 and more moreof moreot moreof
of age 699i formed 89 per cent of ofthe otthe ofthe
the total for this class while the fe females females ¬
males numbered 876 or 11 per cent centThere centThere centThere
There were three times as many manywomen manywomen manywomen
women In the wageearning wagee rning class as asthere asthere asthere
there were In the salaried class In Inthe Inthe inthe
the District private manufacturing manufacturingestablishments manufaoturlngestablishments manufacturingestablishments
establishments establishmentsSQUADRON establishmentsSQUADRON establishmentsSQUADRON
SQUADRON READY READYTO READYTO READYTO
TO QUELL REVOLT REVOLTPEKING REVOLTP REVOLTPFIKING
PEKING P KING May fay 23 aMinister Minister Calhoun ha habeen hq habeen
been notified t ty > Rear Admiral Hubbard Hubbardthat HubkMthat Hubbardthat
that the American Pacific Pacl c squadron uadron te tein S SIn 1In
in readiness to act immediately If there
te any outbreak against agat fJt the mission missionaries mlsekmarle6 missionaries ¬
aries or other foreigners in China Chinatanooga ChinaThe ChinaThe
The CharJe Charleston ton Cleveland aDd Chat
tanooga are prepared to land marines marin
If they the are needed neededHis neededPAPERS neededPAPERS
PAPERS ARE FilED FilEDIN
IN HOFFSTOTS CASE CASEHis
His Return to Pittsburg De Depends Depends Depends ¬
pends Upon Supreme SupremeCourts SupremeCourts SupremeS SupremeCourts
S
Courts Action ActionPapers Actionpaners ActionPapers
Papers were filed In the tb Supreme 6uprm1eCourt SupremeCourt 1 1Court
Court this afternoon in ODe of the most mostImportant mostImportant I IImportant
Important of the te e Pittsburg graft cass cassthat casesthat I Ithat
that of Frank M Hoffstot president of ofthe ofthe I Ithe
the German National Bank of Pittsbvrg Pittsbvrgand Pltt
and or t the e Pressd Pre d Steel Car Company j
The question of whether Hoffstot is istaken Istaken
I
taken back to Pittsburg from New York Yorkimmediately TorkImmediately I IImmed1atelr
immediately tor trial or whether he re remains remains ¬
mains out on ball through the sum summer SUIamer suetmer ¬
mer depends on whether the Supreme
Court passes on the appeal before it I Iurn
adjourns urn next Tuesday May lay J1 21zff5tOt
Iloffetot contends that he is I a citizen citizenof I
of Now iw York and that he was out of 1
Pennsylvania Penn yivana when the crime for which
he was indicted was committed He is
charged with bribing members of the I
Pittsburg counca c8 u t to get them to de ¬
posit city money In his bank Kee Refttdel fe
110 loir was W8 made oo OI > the governor govera vernor of New elO 1
York by It Pennsylvania P nn ylvanla and wa was grant grantHO4Cstot
00 0i >
00li 0iHditetot Hditetot li lf8tot was aa arrested and placed In
custody of a detective named Flood
His counsel then sought a writ Tlt ef ha haYork
beAtS corpus from rom JUdge Holt or New
York Judge Holt H t denied it and aa then
Hoffstofs councel appealed to the t e Su ¬
preme Court The record was tied filedwith tiedwith
with tth the Supreme Court today t < < by the thecounsel thecouDeel thecounsel
counsel for the Pennsylvania author i
ties who are anxious to hurry the
case along get Judge Holts Holt decision decisionsustained dect8lonsustained decisionsustained
sustained and then secure the cus ¬
tody tod of Jrloffsto and try him For
this reason th the30 y want Ilnt the court to act
on th the matter before next Tuesday TUeK8
the last day before the summer re recess < eH
Otherwise Hoffstot who is out on
bond of 16006 will be a free man all 11
summer summerRIffiD summerRAILROAD umme ummeRAilROAD
RAilROAD BILL BILLVOTE BILLVOTE BILLVOTE
VOTE THIS WEEK IEKAldrich WEEKAldrich WEEKAldrich
Aldrich Feels Certain of ofAction ofAction ofAction
Action on Measure MeasureCollecting MeasureCollecting MeasureCollecting
Collecting Votes VotesSenator VotesS VotesSenator
Senator S nator Aldrich and other Republican Republicanleaders Republicanleaders Republicanleaders
leaders in the he Senate are expressing expressinghope expre expressinghope ing inghope
hope of getting a vote on the railroad railroadbMl ratlroadI railroadbill
bill I ia that b bed body dy this week The bill billwfll billwf1l billwill
will be taken up again tomorrow after afterthe atterthe afterthe
the naval bill the consideration consld ration of which whichgoes whichgoes whichgoes
goes on today is out of the way wayEver wayEver wayEver
Ever since Friday Frlda Senator Aldrich Aldrichacd Aldricha AJr1chaid
aid a d the rest of the regular leaders have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been trying to round up votes against againstthe agaJnstthe againstthe
the Cummins amendment which would wouldrequire wouldrequlr wouldrequirfi
require the approval by the Interstate InterstateC InterstateCmmdrce
C Cmmdrce > mmerce mm ree Commission of all proposed proposedincreases pr prepocadIncreases PDtM PDtMIncreases
increases of rates before ore they went Into Intoeffect Intoete intoeffect
effect effectThe ete effectThe e < t tThe
The next big fight on features of o the thebill thebill thebill
bill will probably come on n the capital capitalization cavltaJi2atkm capitalizatlon ¬
ization control question que Uon The Insurgents Insurgentswill Insurgenwlil insurgentswill
will insist on a thorough t orough airing of this thisOHIOAN thisOHIOAN thisOHIOAN
OHIOAN STILL VOTES VOTESFOR VOTESFOR VOTESS VOTESFOR
S FOR MARK HANNA HANNAName HANNAName HANNAName
Name of Dick Is Scratched From FromBallot FromBal10t FromBallot
Ballot and Dead Mans MansNarie MansNaPle
5
Narie Inserted InsertedNEW Inserted1iW
NEW 1iW r PHILADELPHIA PHILA JELPHIA Ohio May Ma 23 23It 23It 23It
It was reported today to the Tusca Tuscarawas Tuscarawas Tuscarawas
rawas county bbard of election that a avoter avoter avoter
voter at UhrichsviHe at the primaries primarieslast p piimarleslast imar1 imar1last
last Tuesday crossed the name of ofCharles orCharle ofCharles
Charles Dick tuididate fer f reelection reelectionas
as United Statrs Stat Senator off the Re Republican Republkan Republkan ¬
publkan haivr 1kI and Inscribed the name nameof nameor nameof
of M L A Hanca Ohios former Senator Senatorwho Senatorwho Senatorwho
who lIed six Ix rears ago agoSKIDOO asroSKIDOO agoSKIDOO
SKIDOO DANCE c PARTY PARTYTO PARTYTO ARTY ARTYTO
TO BE HELD TONIGHT TONIGHTTonight
Tonight will be a zt big bl night for the theyounger theyounger theyounger
younger members of the Columbia ColumbiaTurnvercln ColumbIaTurnercln ColumbiaTurnvereln
Turnvercln for the longexpected longexr > ected SkI Skldoo SkIdoo SkidoO
doo Dancing Party Part Will be b held in the theclub theclub theclub
club house 928 M street northwest be beginning beglnnlnt beginning ¬
ginning at S oclock sharp
The dance Is being given for the ben benefit benefit benedt ¬
efit of the turnfest prize classwhich classwhichwill class which whichwin whichwill
will compete In the Turnfest to be held
In Baltimore May 3Ifl IlY 2i 26 and 27 and Is Isunder Isunder taunder
under the jjusplces 1 of the ladles section sectionof sectionofthe sectionoftho
of ofthe the Columbia Turnverein TurnvereinV
V
HYPNOTISM IS MADE MADEDEFENSE MADEDEFENSE
DEFENSE OF Wor WOMAN WOMANACCUSED AN ANACCUSED
ACCUSED OF MURDER r1UROERDr
Dr Loren E Doxey and His Hisi HisWife HisWife I
i Wife Dora Placed Placedi Plac d
i on Trial TrialPRELIMINARY TrialPRELIMH1ARY TrialPRELIMNARY
PRELIMINARY MOVE MOVELOST MOVELOST MOVELOST
LOST BY DEFENSE DEFENSEBigamous DEFENSEBjg DEFENSEBigamous
Bigamous Bjg ous Marriage and Poisoning Poisoningto
to Obtain Insurance InsuranceAlleged InsuranceAlleged InsuranceAlleged
Alleged AllegedST
ST LOUIS May Iay 23A poison pjot pjotrivaling pjotrivaling Jot JotrivaJlng
rivaling the Sw Swepe pe case is expected by bythe b7th bythe
the th prosecution to develop during the thetrial thetrial
trial of Mrs Dora E Doxey and her hits hitsband hJ1
band Dr Loren B Doxey charged with withthe
the murder of William J T Erder The Theease Theease
ease is extraordinary tr 1 k that hypnotism hypnotismaad
and a d the use of drugs will be given by byMrs byMrs
Mrs Doxay as her defense The trial trialbegan trialbegan
began today todayI
1 know kDO I will 111 be acquitted said Mrs MrsDoxey JtIrsDoxey
Doxey as she entered court It te under understood uDdersteod understood ¬
stood that she sh will attempt to place upon uponher uponher uponher
her husband all responsibility for the thedeath thedeath thedeath
death of Erder who is said to have been beenpoisoned beenpoisoned beenpoisoned
poisoned while she was living with him himhaving himha1ng himhaving
having married him in spite of o the fact factthat factthat act actthat
that she was the legal wife of Dr DrDoxey DrDoxe DrDoxey
Doxey DoxeyThe Doxe DoxeThe DoxeyThe
The defense began its fight today with withone withone withone
one preliminary defeat against it the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court on Saturday having ha tng refused a atlon mo motion metion ¬
tion to order the prosecution to make makeknown makeknown makeknown
known Its it lint of witnesses witnessesThe wUneseeeThe witnessesThe
The accusations made against Mrs MrsDoxey MrsDoxey p pDoxey
Doxey are that she although the wife wifeof wUeot wifeOf
of Dr Doxey Dox married Erder a postofOce postofOceclerk pMtotAeecler poetafliceclerk
clerk cler and lived with him for or several severalmoiflhe severalmoxtbs yltra1 yltra1mo
moiflhe mo moxtbs b5 When he died she collected collectedbOO collectedt
bOO t insurance insuranceSister muranceSister InsuranceSister
Sister a Ilemesis IlemesisHad IlemesisHad ilemesisHad
Had it not Men for the suspicions of a a4eter aMete aMeter
Mete Miss stJ Kate Brder Mrs Doxey Doxeywould Doxe Doxewould Doxeywould
would not be in custody cuC dy today The Theyoung Theyoung Theyoung
young woman acted the part of the theNemesis tlJeemesla theNemeds
Nemesis In this remarkable drama She Shetraced Shetraced Shetraced
traced the woman who had married her herbrother hwbrotbero herbrotheronly
brother brotbero brotheronly only ly to kill him as she he be believed beLieved e eeyed ¬
lieved She brought out the evidence OR ORwhich ORwhich onwhich
which the prosecution pro ecqUO1 rests its ItsM case caseSh caseSbe
Sh Sbe M traced t ed Dr Doxey Doxeyand and his wife and andcaused a aCU6ed andcaused
caused their arrest arrestMtea nrroetMiss arrestMia
Miss Brdor tound the couple in Colons Columbus CohamhUB Colonsbus ¬
bus Ntofc e ch where hue she ab had them arrested arrestedon rre t d don
on statutory statdof grounds groundsjneaaUra groundsIanea3tlins n0IJt n0IJtIIL1
IIL1 Ianea3tlins jneaaUra m she bad toad f abara abaraIcal ehawteal m mIral
teal analysis made of th the vfeeeri ri of her herbrothers herbrothers
brothers exhumed body Dr William WilliamH lam1 lam1H I
H Warren Warr R one of the defeaaes del chief chiefwitnesses chiefwitnesses chiefwitnesses
witnesses who ho is dean of the medical medicaldepartment medicaldepartment medicaldepartment
department of Washington University Unttrstureported Universityreported
reported that Erder had b been ea killed kittedwith killedt1th killedwith
with arsenic Then T M Circuit AttGmeyJODes AttorneyJones Attorney AttorneyJones
Jones filed an information against Mrs MrsDoxey MrsDoxey lrs lrsDoxe
Doxey Doxe who was brought to St Louis Louisin
in December
DecemberIndicted
Indicted Jointly JointlyThOtJgh JointlyThough
Though not under arrest Dr Doxey Doxeyaccompanied Doxeyaccompanied Doxeyaccompanied
accompanied her Then evidence Im Implicating Impllcatint Insplicating ¬
plicating him was secured and be and andhis andhis andhis
his wife were ere indicted jointlyIr jointlyMrs Jointly JointlyMrs
Mrs Ir Doxey Is charged with bavin bavinadministered baring baringadministered havingadministered
administered the arsenic between July
1 and July H 10 her husband is scouted d of ofhaving orhaving ofhaving
having supplied t th the e drug drugMrs druglrs drugMrs
Mrs lrs Dox Doxey y who Is a daughter of a arich arich arich
rich farmer of Joy Ill Is defended by byC byC byC
C Orrick Bishop and Charles Johnson Johnsonwho Johnsonwho Johnsonwho
who also are defending her husband husbandtorney husbandThe husbandThe
The State Is represented by Crcuit At Attorney Attorney
torney Jones and Assistant Circuit At1 At1torneys At Attorneys Attorneys
torneys Newton Hosskopt and Neun NeunEach j
Each side has engaged a number of ofmedical otmedical ofmedical
medical experts expertsmi expertsThe expertsThe
mi The chief it reliance ll of the 1 prosecution prosecutionIs I IIs
Is placed in the evidence of Miss 11st1 Erder ErderDr ErderDr ErderDr
Dr Warren Dr Arthur Friedeberg Friedebergwho Friedeergwho
who ho attended Erder Coroner Jules JulesBaron JulesBaron JulesBaron
Baron and Coroners Physician P A AHartmann ABartmann 4 4Hartmann
Hartmann HartmannCUBAN BartmannCUBAN HartmannCUBAN
CUBAN REBELLION REBELLIONMET REBELLIONMET REBELLIONMET
MET WITH TROOPS TROOPSGomez T TROOPSGomez OOPS OOPSGomez
Gomez and an War Department Ready Readyto R ady adyto
to Quell Any Out Outbreak Outbreak Outbreak
break breakHAVANA breakHA breakHArANA
HAVANA HA v AA May 23 23AcUng Acting under se secret secret secret ¬
cret orders from from President Pre tdent Gomez Gomezthe and andthe aBCIthe
the war dopartment troops are being beingquietly betBgquietly beingquietly
quietly moved today t day into the th negro die districts dt8trlcts dietrietS ¬
tricts affected by a spirit of revolt revoltUtmost revolttmost revoltlThnost
Utmost tmost precautions pr precalitions a Uons are being taken takenagainst takenagainst takenagainst
against any surprise and the govern government goernmerit governmeit ¬
merit believes lIeves that the troops will be beable beable beable
able to quell quickly any an uprising that thatmay thatmay thatmay
may come me tomorrow on the date sot by bythe bythe bythe
the negro leaders leadersHundreds leadersHundreds leadersHundreds
Hundreds of residents in the sections sectionsaffected sectionsaffected sectionsaffected
affected are coming into Havana They Theydeclare Theydeclare Theydeclare
declare there is great unrest unrestTHINK unr88tTHINK unrestTHINK
THINK DEAD ITALIAN ITALIANIS ITALl N NIS
IS ANTONIO COMITO COMITONew
New YorkPolice Believe Murdered MurderedMan MurderedMan MurderedMan
Man Is One Who Peached on onLupo onLup onLup6
Lupo the Wolf WolfNEW WolfNEW WolfNEW
NEW YORK May Iay 23 23The The entire entireforce enUNforce enUreforce
force of this city cl1 Is working on the thetheory thetheory thetheory
theory that the mutilated body bod of an anItalian anltaUan anItalian
Italian found In the woods near the theFlatbwsh theFlatbush theFlatbush
Flatbush section of Brooklyn is that of ofAntonio otAntonJo ofAntonio
Antonio Comito who by turning States Statesevidence StAtesevidence Statesevidence
evidence convicted Lupo the Wolf wolrand Wolfand Wolfand
and his associates who are serving servingsentences servingsentenres servingsentences
sentences in Atlanta for counterfeiting
The face of the murderedman murdered man was wasso wasso wasso
so mutilated that Identification was im impossible impossible inspossible ¬
possible and there was nothing In the theclothing theclothing theclothing
clothing but a a scrap of paper bearing
the address of a Brooklyn Italian who whoclaims whoclaims whoclaims
claims he does not know the dead man manLYNCH manLYNCH manLYNCH
LYNCH REELECTED REELECTEDHEAD REELECTEDHEADOFPRINTERS ED EDHEAD
HEAD HEADOFPRINTERS HEADOFPRINTERSINDIANAPOLIS OF PRINTERS PRINTERSINDIANAPOLIS PRINTERSINDIA
INDIANAPOLIS INDIA APOLIS Ind May 23 ZLTh 23That 23ThatJames That ThatJames t tJLmes
James M Lynch hr been reelected to tothe tothe tothe
the presidency presld ncy of the International Int matlona1 Ty Typographical Typornphlr Typogrztphical ¬
pographical l Union Is indicated by re reports reports reports ¬
ports already received at the headciuar headciuarterr head headuarterv uar uartel
terr tel In this thl city according to a a state statement statement statement ¬
ment given hren out today Tabulation Tabulatlonof of the thereturns thereturns thereturns
returns will opt t be becompJttedtuUl completed until qfl next noxtweek nlJXtweek nextwaek
week r
1
It
Pardoned By President PresidentSpitzer Pr PresidentS PresidentSpitzer sident sidentSpitzer S
Spitzer Bares Frauds
I IImplicates
Sensational Expose Directly DirectlyImplicates DirectlyImplicates
Implicates Sugar Trusts TrustsHigh Trus TrustsHigh s sHigh
High Officials OfficialsASSERTS OfficialsASSERTS OfficialsASSERTS
ASSERTS HIS FORMER FORMERSTORY FORMERStORYWAS FORMERSTORY
STORY StORYWAS WAS FALSE FALSESays FALSESays FALSESays
Says Accused Checkers Received ReceivedSalaries ReceivedSatarles ReceivedSalaries
Salaries Regularly RegularlyOffice RegularlyOfficeSecrets Office OfficeSecrets
Secrets Revealed RevealedNEW RevealedNEW RevealedNEW
NEW YORK May 28 2aThe Tho man manwhp manwhi manwht
whp > bored the holes in the scales scalesthrough sca1eethrough scalesthrough
through which the ti > e springs were ma manipulated manIpulated manipulated ¬
nipulated by which the Government Governmentwas Gov rnment i
was defrauded of UtttNt 29MM in duties dutiesby dutiesby dutiesby
by short weighing of Imports by the theSugar theSutar theSugar
Sugar trust told the whole story un under under ¬
der oath today todayHe todayHe todayHe
He was Oliver Spitzer for twenty twentyfive ttentyfive twentyfive
five years superintendent of docks for forthe forthe i ithe
the trust coavlcted last December for forconspiracy torconaplrcy forconspiracy
conspiracy to defraud th tht < Govern Government Governnlent Governnient ¬
ment and aa sentenced to two years In InAtlanta InAtlanta inAtlanta
Atlanta prison prisonRestored prisonRNtored prisonRestored
Restored to all of his rights by a afull afull afull
full pardon secretly 1 reUy granted by byPresident b byPresident
President Taft t Spitzer took the stand standto 1
to testify against Charles Cbal R Helke Helkesecretary Helkeecr Heikesecretary
secretary ecr of the trust and the former formeremploy formeremployes formeremployee
employ now on trial He related relatedthe relatedhe relatedthe
the he story of the frauds Implicating Implicatingdirectly implicating4irectlyaU Implicatingdirectly
directly 4irectlyaU all the ehe checkers kars former Cash Cashier Casbi Cashicr ¬
ier i r Bftodernagel B6 c1ernagei aad former Superin Superintendent SUpeltntendeat Superfatendent ¬
tendent Ernest Era W Gerbracht He Hesaid Hesaid
said 1 however ho ever that to knew k ew Hetk Hetkenly Hetkonly Helkonly
only slightly slightlySays sUShUySays slightlySays
Says Wages Were Paid PaidSpfUer Paid5pfber PaidSpttner
SpfUer swore however that he hekn me meknew e ekMW
knew kn w of his own knowledge kaowJed = te that the theSugar theSupr theSuger
Sugar trust used Md the city weighers walgausreturne weighersreturns weighersreturns
returns to pay p y far f raw 18 sugar gar anA that thattas tttlta thatthe
the Government weights were act actused BOtuee4 notused
used in the t e Wall street o omee e in any anycalculation anrcaJeuIaUDII anycaleuIatIns
calculation This testimony Stim Stimson Stimson SUmson
son admitted will be used to Mow sfcowthat Mowtt ssow ssowthat
that the sacrotar m must t have ve known knownof
of the frauds fraudsSpiUer frUMIsSplta I randsSittaor
SpiUer Splta r swore oore that t t he had received receivedhis recelYedhis receivedlila
his own and ad the wages of all die discharged dMc diecharged ¬
charged c rged eh checkers ek rs up to the tine he hewas beW8 hewas
was taken keJI to Atlanta to serve his histerm hlaterm histerm
term sad that the money mono was 85 paid ta tahim t t111m tohim
him by Garbracht GarbrachtIn
In th the latter i Itrt art of 1 1K Spltser Spltserswore Sptberswore Spttsergwore
swore he recelv rKelvud d s telephone moo massage meeage moosage ¬
sage warning warnSa hint hAr ta t be cax crf1 firt with withthe withthe
the wire aMlngs IIIf1ngso He e TOW informed informedML InformedCAPlfALMAfBrf InformedCAPItAL I
CAPlfALMAfBrf CAPlfALMAfBrfCANAL CAPItAL MAFCEI MAFCEICANAL
CANAL TEl MY MYGallinger THE BAY BAYGallinger BAYGallinger
Gallinger Resolution Pro Provides Provides Provides
vides for Survey of Route Routeto
to Chesapeake Points PointsWashingtons PointsVubIntOft PointsWasbingtolt3
Washingtons dream of a a ship canal canaleonaeetin canaleon canaleonnectn
eon eonaeetin tDt the Anacostia river with tr the theChesapeake theCbe theCbesieake
Chesapeake Cbe ke bay may t be > e realized realteedSenator n realizedSenator lzed lzedSeuator
Senator Galttnser GaDIn er today introduced a aresolution aresolutlftll aresolution
resolution authorizing a preliminary pcaliminarysurvfy JII preliminarysurvey lminary lminarySUntY
survey to determine the most feasible feasibleroute fe8fbleroute feasibleroute
route for such 3UC ai waterway waterwayThis waterwayThis terway terwayTbls
This project has been lone supported supportedby supportedby
by the Washington hlnpon Chamber of Com Commerce Commree Cornmecca ¬
mecca It was propored nfty years ye n ago agoand 8gGaRd agoand
and the question Qu4Mt Oft has been agitated a tated from fromtime frOllltime fromtime
time to time since This is th the first firsttime ArlIttime firsttime
time however that official recognition recognitionhas
has been given ven the project projectTwo DCOJectTwo projectTwo >
Two routes 1 tltQ are proposed proposedThe pro proposedThe ea eaThe
The first is an airline canal from fromBiadensbursr fromBladtnsbuJ1 fromBiadensburg
Biadensbursr to the Severn river eight eightmiles eightmiles eightnIes
miles above Annapolis This would be beseventeen beseveD beseventeen
seveD seventeen n and a half miles long longThe longThe longThe
The second e < ond route r Ute contemplates a wa waterway anterway a aterway ¬
terway from Bladensbursr to Deep Run Runon Runon Runon
on the Patapsco river This would be betwentyone bet betwentyone
twentyone t ent7one miles long longTWO 1001TVO longTWO
TWO DROWN IN LAKE LAKELAKBVIL1E LAKELAKEVILLE LAKELAKEVILLE
LAKEVILLE Mass aM May Iy ITwo 2Twolives ITwoJlVeI Two Twolives
lives were lost in Lake Assawarapsett Assawarapsettwhen As wamp ett ettwhen
when John J Gallagher a Boston Bo ton tele telegraph telegraph idegraph ¬
graph operator went ent down carrying carryingwith carryingwith carryingwith
with him in a death grasp Adam Bopp Boppnineteen BopPniDeteen Boppnineteen
nineteen a Mlddleboro shoemaker who whowas whowas no
was s trying to save him I
MONEY TO BE WASHED WASHEDBY
BY TREASURY LAUNDRY LAUNDRYSaving
Saving of Million Dollars a Year Believed Possible PossH Un Under Under UnS Und ¬
S der d r Proposed Pr posed System SystemDirt Dirt and Microbes MicrobesBoth MicrobesBoth MicrobesBoth
F
Both to Go
4
Life is jUst one blamed blam thing after afteranother afteranother afteranother
another in the Treasury Department Departmentthese Depa1tmenttheM Depavtxnentthese
these days When they the are not firing ftriagdecks firlaSclerks firingclerks
clerks giving exhibitions of laborsav laborsaving laborsavmg laborsawleg ¬
leg devices to frighten the lives out of ofothor otothor ofothor
othor clerks or putting In a new noO elevator ejevatorfor eevatorfor
for Secretary MacVeagh they the are doing doingsomething domgsomething doingsomething
something else along the line of re retrenchment retrenchment retrenchment ¬
trenchment or improvement improvementThe
The latest thing the committee of ofre ofreorganizers re reorganizers reorganizers
organizers has done is S to prepare for forthe forthe forthe
the establishment of a laundry in the thedepartment thedepartment thedepartment
department Ij is not one of these theseordinary theseordinary theseordinary
ordinary tpachlne laundries that run in taopposition inopp06IUon Inoppo
opposition oppo ltion to the Chinese but a money moneywashing mone monewashing moneywashing
washing laundry laundrya a laundry laund Mr lr Norton Nortonthinks Nortonthinks ortonthinks
thinks is going U te save say the Government GovernmentaxmlMh Goyernm GovocnmbntamIhlion nt ntamlilion
axmlMh > n dollars a year yearIt yearIt yearIt
It occurred to Mr lr Norton ortOl that there therewas I Iwas Iwas
was no necessity to destroy all the theused theused I Iused
used Cnited States St tes bank notes that thatare I Iunder
are turned In and ground In Into o pulp pulpunder pulpunder I
under the present system systemTVhy s systemWhy stem stemWhy
Why not wash the dirt and the themicrobes themicrobes themicrobes
microbes off ot the greenbacks Mr MrNorton 2tIrorton 31rNorton
Norton asked askedDirector asked1rector asked1Irector >
Director 1rector Ralph of th Bureau of ofEngraving otE ofEngraving
Engraving E 11 raving and Printing rin ln said It could couldf
f
OLIVER SPITZER SPITZERFormer SPITZERFrmer SPITZERFormer
Former Saperiatendent SlIper atendent of Sugar Com Companys C m mpanTs ¬ F Fpanys
panys Docks Wh WIle Make J k Starthug Start Startling ¬ i iling
ling Confession CHfeII M af f PraM Fraadla PraMInwahtsS
II IIb
la InwahtsS InwahtsSthat Weights Weightsthat W ts J Jthat
I
that the Government oOdaln wore worekeeping werekeeping I Ikeapflag
keeping a eleco watch watchTrorr watch7ror
Trorr whom w who was w that rng rngasked iiiinsn i iaaketf r rUkM I
asked Sthaaon SthaaonI
HI I untft 41 tit know kaowArraBgasMBt kJIowArraDgemut knowArrangement
Arrangement With Checkers CheckersSpitaer CIe QiedenEpitner erL erLSpttMr
Spitaer sal said that following the raid raidon raJ4l raJ4lOR I Ion
on the docks d cki by h Richard Parr tfee tfeecheekorK o 1 1checkers
checkers who had been using the thesprlBga thespringn I
sprlBga 8P11 name to him and asked him him1C hImit
1C 1 they were to teas their thelrJs thelrJsI Jobs JobsI j
I told thorn he said that Ger Gerbracht Geebrw Gerbraclet
bracht brw t had aioaUoe to take car e ea e of ofthem e ofthem I Ithelia
them I then went to Qerbracht Gerbrochted an ancharged i
uk ed him w what woe to be of IDe meand
aDd the checkers as we bed aU bees die dincharged I 1
charged c arIfed He told me to ao on onContinued II band j jaad
and thAt he wooid call 011 me hater ati at F
my garage Ca < < e Be did o sad ba ihaa ihaaContinued
Continued on Sixth xth Pace Pacemm PapARMOOn PageARMLJR
ARMOOn EMPUJ1S EMPUJ1SFATHERS EMPtTS5FATHERSTACuJCS
mm FATHERSTACuJCS FATHERSTACuJCSEffort TACTICS TACTICSEffort TACnCSEffort
Effort to Break Corner CornerS in inWheat inXheat
S Wheat Causes Sharp SharpBreak SharpBreak SharpBreak
Break in Price PriceCHICAGO PriceCHICAGO PriceCHICAGO
CHICAGO May 23 3A A spectacular spectacularbattle 8P6Ctac1IJrtU spectacularbattle
battle tU in May wheat involving mU milttoac mUua mulions
lions of r dollars is being I waged be between DetWMn betwesn ¬
tween Theodore Waterman atenBa of Albany AlbanyN JbaDyX
N Y and Bd J l Ogden Armour of Chi Chicago Chicago Chicage ¬
cago and Dd aa a result re ul t a sharp chanaat n nthe nthe athe
the price of t this food staple came whoa wnsait WD WDit whoait
it dropped te price 4 cents to It 1M l 12 12from 12from 12from
from Saturdays close of 1M 11 12 1 This Thiswae ThIswan
wan 88 followed by 1 > > 7 a a rally to lf lfThe 11The I7 I7The
The raold decline caused tremendous tremendousexcitement tra4ouaexcftement tremendousexcitement
excitement in the pit and ad a panic panicstruck pantestr1lCk pealestruck
struck the camp of the tMa11aaterman bulls buULWaterman bullsWaterman
Waterman aterman to I said to be 1 e attempting attemptingcorner attemptinga ttepttacoraer
a corner of May wheat ia emulation of oftae o ot ofthe
tae t e famous Patten deal of teat year yearArthur yrArthur yearArthur
Arthur Leask appearod PEMlrd on the floor of ofchange othange ofaflg5
change aflg5 and was said to be acting for forFaterman to toatemn forWaterman
Waterman atemn This gave rise to the re report report yeport ¬
port that Waterman was liquidating liqaldatiaaat
at least part of his long 1 line lineThe 1IDeThe lineThe
The sudden drop in prices and ad cause eauaeof C1IMof causeof
of all the commotion was the an announcement aanouncemeat announcemett ¬
nouncement that Armour had the thegrain tlaebrAin thegrain
grain and that lake boats were being betesset beingset tal talset
set at t top speed and ael under forced forceildraght forceddrasight o odraught
draught to deliver it to Wateri WateriIf Watermaa WatermaaIf
If Mr Armour succeeds 8 ia breaking 1 reakia reakiathe
the corner in wheat he will be doing d
ac his father did when the famous a loua
Letter corner was broken
be done Tae matter was than taken takenup tkenup takenup
up formally by Mr Norton N aad t1 turn tnrabers tr tr6d turnd
6d d over 10 a eomMtuee w1ao whose e mean Memhers meanhers
hers are C S Pearce P of tie division divisionof
of loans G K Let Xr Str Norton Morionssecretary NortGasecret Nortonsecretry
secretary secret r Brandon Smith the t e de department departmeat dopartment ¬
partment eJemi chemist t and AstUptaat AstUptaatTreasurer AallptJttTreasurer AntlipsutTreasurer
Treasurer Pusey of Baltimore BaltimoreIt
It is asserted a > > erted by the committee committeewhich COMmlttewhicla committeewhich
which has made a 811 n ittveatigation iDVMti tion d f fthe rtbe fthe
the scheme that art 3 least 8A 8 per r cent centof e centof ftt fttof
of the paper money now destroyed destroyedcan
can be M saved ved and reissued rei after it has
been washed hed and sterilised The lana laundry Jauadry lanadry ¬
dry machines cost between ewee JGftO eo and an flCI
sie 1W e each and their work according ac rdlAg
to the washing committee will save savethe savethe savethe
the Government at least naa siem e a aytar afar ayear
year ytarOnly yearOnly far farOnly
Only United States silver certifteates certifteatessre
are eligible el1s1 le for free baths National Nationalbank Nationalbank tfonaJ tfonaJbank
bank notes aad yellow ye11o backs cannot
be bE washed because beca of the character characterof
of the ink used on onAccording them themAccording tIteaLAccordlr
According Accordlr to the system of cleans cleansing cleaD1nt cleansing ¬
ing that is to be tried out the th bills billswill hili hiliwill billswill
will be placed in sieves and run runthrough ranthrough runthrough
through water Then they win wtUtlaoleughly ba bathoE bethoroughly
thoroughly thoE us ly sterilized to khl kit off et the thethousands thetbou thethousands
thousands tbou an4s of microbes mlcro that they ae acquire aequire aequire ¬
quire through circulation and after afterwacdwill afterwa afterward5wtlI
wacdwill wa dwfl1 be dried burnished and re
iESued
11
FAVORABLE REPORT REPORTFix
ON GAS MEASURES MEASURESMADE MEASURESMADE
MADE TO TOTHE THE HOUSE HOUSEFix
Fix Price at 80 Cents CentsBar CentsBarIssuance CentsBarIssuance Bar BarIssuance
Issuance of Certificates Certificatesof Certif cateAi cateAiof
of Indebtedness IndebtednessCOUDRETS IndebtednessCOUDREYS IndebtednessCOUDREYS
COUDREYS REPORT REPORfEXTREMELY REPORTEXTREMELY REPORtEXTREMELY
EXTREMELY BRIEF BRIEFRefers BRIEFRefers BRIEFRefers1
Refers Refers1 Refers1to to Hearings Held by Com Committee Committ Conimittee ¬
mittee mitt + Substitute Resolution ResolutionPresented ResolutionPresented ResolutjoPresented
Presented by Cary GaryRepresentative Caryeeettkoe CaryPrOOeatatfve
Representative eeettkoe Ondrey of Missouri Missouriand Missouriand MIseourfand
and Cary of Wiseomrta W today made fa favorabte faOrabJe I a aOl
vorabte Ol abie reports orta to the Home ec B their tfceirp theirrespecj
rf respecj p peetIft ctr bills forblddfe forbidding o IIdcItDg tb the wsbiac wsbiactoft WuiJlaton Washing
ton GasHglit Co Company par and Dd d the George GeorgeTown Ga Georgetown < < ge getown
Town Gaslight Compaay from rom Issuing t iing iingMr
cerUfieat e ol bleelltedIMN aM aMthe mixing
the price or gas at 2 ceRts a a tkaaTDCI tkaaTDCIir
Mr ir Coodrers report raiattog t 1e cer certificatM evtlftca cortificatss
tificatM tlftca of mAebtadn Indebtedness M is extremely
brtef
Tb The eommtta COIIUIIIttee MM i JtIr r Condrey
h MId ki s aecer venU hearings this
upon re reeetu reeetuUta resopzties iu iutloo
ties of which wbk the t th e rapreeettatives of th thSM tOe tOedue te tew
SM compajiy bad due notice aDd at atch atwbJeh atwhich
which ch they appeared aad wee heard heardP 1ieardtbe heardPartiss
P Partiss rte fMrortes the passage e of tk Ute r rMO rMOJud rooclmIm so soimion
imion Jud a w wer r h beUd1II ftrdin and All
per person M by rep rapresrt repJeeeatattv repTmsstattves
resrt Jeeeatattv ttv t After Alt r the fattest ceosrtd ceosrtderetiM C8II8k1ertIea ceideratio
eretiM the committee ttee ooactaded that that the theresatnbon t thereseludop e eJoI
JoI resatnbon ov ought ht to tobe pees paacTh peesThe
Th The be report declares that the thethe resefetlon resefetlonpraWWts yesointionlWts
praWWts lWts the Waahtost w Gas Light IJg t Com Company CompaJIJ Coinpany
pany Georgetown owa Gas Light Company CompanyDistrict Coat Companyor r
or any 117 other gas light company ta the theDIatrtct theDistrict
District of Colombia CoI tram iseotag g any anyboads ay
boads certmcaties cer of Indebtedness 1D ebtedae8s or orany orany
any oCaer 0 Ier evidence of 0 debt 8IXCept xe pt such soclias suchshaD suchas
as shall actually tzaahly be e repaired for er the t e pay payment paymeat 1 1IDeDt ¬
meat of aeoesaary Wttennaius and 1m 1mpr 1111lfiIN Insproemeuta
pr proemeuta lfiIN vM0 ala Bt only without the iIaeof ax eaprese eapreseconsent ceas ceaseonaaacof
eonaaacof consent of Congress CongcesaMr eo p pMr
Mr Mrwith Cry accompaided Tn Judsd Jail hi report reportwttJa reportwith
with a letter from the Dtertet Goounis Goounissl Cotausiss1iwors
s1iwors sl oases favoring fa the theSWit1 leglalactoa leglalactoaS legatImSubstitute
S SWit1 Substitute stk te ie Rosatetira RosatetiraThe Re8 RPAOinUSOTh tiea tieaThe
The Th obstitm hate gas raoaaittanas nn roeshidee as re repaned r rfR roiM
paned iM faworably fR to tae Home by 3Cr 3Crjrartnas XrOR MrCary
Cary jrartnas jrartnasTbax
CaryThat
That on aDd after Jaaaary J ant flrstnmrtoaa antad miratnIneteen
nIneteen hared and ad doom it sban sbanbe an anbe 1flbe
be unlawful for any peraaa arm or ortBgor orDIIII orcra
cra DIIII u fan luat luatea t tfI
tBgor fI c or h IMadllc beat attae javpoaes IIur irpo es ID ti time e Dtetriet DtetrietPiovMaa DllFcrtct00IuJ 1trIctf
f 00IuJ columbia I cbarjofor a reat reatrn t tel
el price ice than Ii dB cents J < O Ma L feet feethew feetProvhIed
PiovMaa hw hewevtr ver < < that K a consumer conswnerr
OIl jss taiItt or refuses te pay his bill billfer billfO
fer fO r gas as consumed OB or before the tenth tenthoay tenthday tenthday
day of the month next suv3eedrag Sn eeding the themonth themonth themonth
month within which wh1 the th irAS is was con consumed conit consuaned ¬
sumed it shall be lawful lor or the vend vender Tendof rendft ¬
er of the gas s to charge collect and andreceive aDdNeeiYe fld fldreceive
receive an n additional amount equal to toW toper top
W > > per p centum of the bill as a a penalty penaltySection penaltyseeUon penaltyectlon
Section 2 That said id gas c companiesshafl companies companiesshall aII U1ies U1iesshan
shall not refuse relu to supply gas for any anyor
bttUdlng or premises to any y person ap applying a aJ117int applying ¬
plying therefor who bo is not in arrears arrearsto
to it f fT Jr any By gas previously 1ou8IY supplied soapliedfor
to him beca because a blfl for gas as remains remainspreyiaos remainsd romaineunpaid
unpaid d by a preyiaos pre pTeviou occupant of such suchor suchor suchbuilding
building or premises premiseson premisesSection
Section on 1 2 That If either of said saidcompanies MJdCOIDPIUI saidcompanies
companies COIDPIUI holds for a longer period periodthan periodI periodthan
I than six Ix month money JBOD which is cel celtected cellecied I IIn
tected in advance from its consumers consumersto CO 8Umers 8Umersto
to guarantee tH it against looses of charges chargesor
or tolls tOl it shall pay annually from such suchguarantee suchPlAraJItee suchguarantee
guarantee fund interest at the rate of ofper f
6 per centum per annum to the depositor depositorthereof depo9tort depositorthereof
thereof t which rtfe rtfeto Interest may be applied appliedto
to the payment pay t of charges e es and toils t taW bv bvsaM b bsaid
saM depositor at his I s request requ upon anv anvmonthly an an1IIOIIthly nv nvmonthly
monthly bill Said companies shall make makan makpII makean
an II annual return or statement of al almoneys alt altDel allmoneys
moneys and Del of the value of any col collateral co colateral colateral ¬
lateral so held hel as a guarantee tee of the thepayment thepa71D thenayment
payment pa71D Dt of 0 charges and tolls specify specify1nz KY ¬
ing the amounts so deposited cIepo Ited by tae t tb e in inhabitants inJabItaDta inbbltnts ¬
habitants Of the District of Cohuaofcu
S Section < < otIon 4 That an acts and ad j parts partsOC partsof rts rtsof
of acts in conflict herewith are hereby 1t herebyrepea aerebvrepealed reby rebyrw
rwI repea repealed
I Carys Report Reportla
la his J8 favorable report Mr Cary Garysay CaryaS Carysays
say sayHlte
Hlte original er1 aal bill which fixed the theprice theprlc6 theprice
price of gas in tae District ofCotmn ofCotmnMa 4 lCoI1IIUW8
Ma was submitted to the Commie Commissioners eommltlaIoaera Commiesinners ¬
sinners of the District of Columbia Columbiabut Columbiabut
but tn they y reported that they were un unable unable anable ¬
able to adT advise e as to the price at atwhich atwIdek atwhich
which KM sa should be furnished fttrntebedTa o or1N
Ta r1N committee however after afterera afterhaving
1111 having bed 1ID under 8r C8B consideration 1dertion MV MVeral soyeral
era eral proposed measures of legislation legiaiationrelattag Jegt legislationrelating lat1on lat1onrektlag
relating to the gas companies of the theDistrict theDtstrIet theDistrict
District and their operatioaa opel1ltl con conehaded conehaded coneluded
ehaded to report this tit bill ftxta axtIIig dsg th thrate thrate the therat
rate at S SP cents 18 per tnovagtad t on and andafter aDdfler andafter
after January 1 1911 and providlr providlrregulations
regulations lt1oJla to correct certain abuses abusesof
of which frequent complaInt has been beenaoe I beenmade Hn Hne HnOt
made aoe e
Other Ot er Bffls BfflsAjaaag BiHstIIoe B4sAmeag
Ajaaag the other bills favorably re repartefi repeete reported
ported peete by the committee are the teach teachers teachIetlrement teachrc ¬
ers rc retirement food MU a rMoiuti rtlNlllltjntar rosoindnprodding > n nprowWing
prodding for the purcaase of tend In for forwtooning forrocI forwidSaing
wtooning Park road and all a Saaate bill billavCbortetD hilItlM billnImt1ntDg
avCbortetD nImt1ntDg the th exteaatoo t of fitplace sury trrya suryplace
place placeRepresentative placeRetIIeatdve a S SRepresentative
Representative CantabeU of Kansas Kansasso JCaesaseaerte4 Kansasalso
also so jseaeijted eaerte4 a conference er8Ce report regr regrim 1tf 1tfthe regthe
im the height of bsttdiBga ia iRw iRwTIM the thetet3ct theTb
tet3ct tet3ctToo
Too Tb teachers retireatent fad report reportwas reportw reportwas
was w writes by Repreeeatative Olcott of ofNew orNeW edNew
New York The object of the bill iH te 1 1forth inforth s sforth
forth In a brief resume prepared by Sir SirOteott 1rOlleott r rOltott
Oteott OteottCITIZENS OlleottITIZENS OltottCITIZENS
CITIZENS TO MEET MEETAND
I AND CONSIDER GAS GASBar
I Bar M r tae t th e ant time in tae t e fight of the theDistrict theIt theDistrict
District It ct against tae Oppression oppre ll8a of the thegas theI thegag
gas companies co tr the coaeeatraMd < < spin opinioa optntoe spinIo
I toe Io of tile etttaeas ona of C the Dtetrtet is to tobe tohe tobe
be preH presented t d to Congress Cenir eoaceramsae eoaceramsaemeeting eoooerdesfred e eed
sfred ed legislation legislationI 1riAoa
I I A can waa w Imued ed te today ay for a special apedalot specialmeeting
meeting of the reesettyorgaateed Fed Federation Fednatt Fedcratlon ¬
eration natt a of CtttMBS Asaociatiaaa uoda to act actupon ac acupon acupon
upon the BorlaadOavy MU far Mcent Mcentgas IIcentIJ6 lScentpan
gas and DIll ta ta the Qradray resatastton re 1lldM resirlct resirlctlag r restdtI t tt
t lag tb the raereaee of oa apitaibadse ttsJfaatteA u by the thei
i gas compaates compaatesi compl compaideaThe e8 e8The
i The meeting will be held Sati Saturday SaturdayCot1nued day dayI
1 I Continued on Sixth Pace P1JeI
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