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I THE WASHINGTON WASI INGTON TIMES FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 9 1910 191 11
SOLICITOR GENERAL GENERALBOWERS
4 BOWERS IS DEAD DEADPhysicians BEADPhysicians
Physicians Had Predicted PredictedComplete PredictedComplete PredictedComplete
Complete Recovery As AsLikely 1s 1sLikely s sLikely
Likely In Two Weeks WeeksCMtfamed Wee Weeks WeeksPAga s sCeatllnlecl
CMtfamed from fORt First Page PageThsst Pas6TB8 PAgaTha
Thsst the laughing 1 Jest je oC eettese o Dege e eW8S days dayswas d1wa
was wa above a to be made good was s we 1te 1telleyed befleved weltered ¬
ltered here by the friends frtend6of of both Nt NtBOWERS bothBOWERS ana anaBOWERS
BOWERS FAMOUS FAMOUSAS
a AS GREAT LAWYER LAWYERHad
Had be lived Solicitor General Bowers Bowersthe Bowenthe Bowersthe
the announcement of whose death came cameas emeIU camea
as a a shock to aB 11 Washington Wa bia toa < would wouldhave wouldhave would1ave
have undoubtedly uJt oal tedly Bat az upon pot the United UnitedStates
4 States Supreme Court CourtIt CoertIt
It i Is known that the President ldeRt re regarded re reded regarded
garded ded him as one of the ablest lawyers lawyershi
hi the United States and that he had hadpractically hadpraeUclfy badpractlcalfy
practically stated that Mr r Bowers Bowerswould Boerswould Bowerswould
would be promoted KOIDOtedBerore jwomoteBefore promotedBefore
Before be became associated with the theZ theDeprtmeDt theDepartment
Z Department > of olJu Justice the late Solicitor SolicitorGeneral SUdtGenerI SSiIdtOrGeneral <
General had attained eminence as aslawYer a alawyer alawyer
lawyer and he was looked upon here hereand hueand hereand
and by the bar ot the country generally generallyas
as markedly qualified to serve upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the countrys highest court courtMr courtMr courtMi
Mr Bowers was appointed Solicitor SolicitorGeneral SolicItorGeneral SoIldtorGeneral
General soon alter the inauguration ina tIon and andwas lidwas andwas
was confirmed eoD rmed by tne Senate 011 April AprilS
S i 1909 1s His official career e began at that thattime tJlatUme thattime
time though back of it was a a long longservice 1oDtservlee longservice
service as 5 a corporation lawyer a wyer and andgeneral Bdgeneral andgeneral
general pCactitioner pCactitionerWhen ptactJtIoDerWhen iactltionerWhen
When Associate A1I8OCiteJustIee Justice Pecknam died diedthe diedthe diedthe
the President considered Mr Bowers Bowersfor BowerstOI BowersXo
for Xo his position but later decided to ap appoint ap appoint appoint ¬
point Judge J Lnrton of Tennessee TennesseeThen TeDDe86eeThen TenneseeeThen
Then again ain when Justice Brewer Brewerpassed Brewerps Brewerpassed
passed away only the fact ct that Gov Governer Governer Goyerner
erner Hushes of New York agreed to toaccept toaccept toaccept
accept the vacant post prevented the thenomination thtsnomlntioa thenomination
nomination of the Solicitor General by
the President PresidentTe PresIdeDtTo PresidentTo
To Take Meeiys Place PlaceThen PlaceThen PlaceThen
Then when Justice Moody decided to toretire toretire toretfre
retire on account of his health tile tbename tilename thename
name of Mr Bowers agate came before beforethe 1teCerePre beCerethe
the President ldeDt This time there is little JktJedoubt littledoubt ntUedoubt
doubt but that the late Solicitor General Generalwas GeIteniIwas Generniwas
was marked for the high h honor of serv serving fiCYIng servleg ¬
ing on tile United States Supreme Court CourtMr Counr CourtMr
Mr r Bowers was fiftyone e years of age ageand aend ageand
and was in the prime of hie ft kb career ear as a asuccessful asuccessrul asuccessful
successful lawyer He was the son of ofSamuel ofStunuel edSamuel
Samuel D Bowers of Springfield Mass MassHe 111He MaeHe
He graduated from Yale In 1ST J and andfrom aDelfrom andfrom
from Columbia Law School in 1882 3 I IJune ru ruJune InJune
June of the same year he was admitted admittedto
to the bar barThe barThe barThe
The first legal work of the young
lawyer took place in New York Yorkwhere Yorkwhere Yorkwhere
where he obtained a desk in the office officeof oIfteeor oceof
of Chamberlain Carter Homblower Hombloweran HOrJI lower loweran
an eminent law nrm of that city He Hewon Heon Heaon
won on recognition early and was ad admitted admitted adinitted ¬
mitted to the Arm He decided how however howeer however ¬
ever to go West and two years later laterwent laterwent laterwent
went to Minnesota where be formed a apartnership aartnership ajartnershlp
partnership with wit exChief Justice JusticeAVilson JUBtIeeWilson JusticeWilson
Wilson of that State StateSuccess StateSuccess StateSuccess
Success followed success in Minne Minnesota MiDnesot Minnezeta ¬
zeta sot and in 1S93 the young lawyer lawyermoved Jwyelmoed lawyermoved
moved to Chicago In June of that thatt thattar
3 car t ar he became general counsel for forthe forthe forthe
the Chicago Northwestern railway railwayand rallwayand railwayand
and remained in that position DO until untilto untilPresident aUl aUlPresldeat
President Taft persuaded him to come cometo cometo
to Washington and aid the Adminis Administration AdalDitratlon Adminletratlon ¬
tratlon in enforcing tile antitrust antitrustlaws antitrustlaws antitrustlaws
laws of the country countryGreat COUJItryGreat countryGreat
Great Corporation Lawyer LawyerIt
It was as a railroad lawyer that t the thelate tlte1ate thelate
late Solicitor General became best bestknown bestknown bestknown
known throughout the country He Hewas Hewas Hewas
was looked upon as one of the most mostsuccessful BI08tsuccessful mostsuccessful
successful of f all Jl l tile great et corpora corporation corporatJon corporation ¬
tion lawyers of the Middle West WestOn WestOn WestOn
On September ember 7 33R7 33 Mr r Bowers mar married JllrrJed marned ¬
ned Miss 111 Louise Lou B Wilson ot WJnona WJnonaMinnesota WJaoDaMInnesota WinonaMinnesota
Minnesota who died tea years later in inAugust InAngust InMigust
August IMS 1 he married Miss Charlotte CharlotteJosephine CbarIottJ charlotteJosepblne
Josephine J pblDe Lewis LewisThe LewisTbe Lew LewThe
The news of the Solicitor Generals Generalsdeath GeDenJsdeaJl GenegarsdeaTh
death first reached the Department ot otJustice orJustice ofJustice
Justice in a telegram tel from Mrs Bowers BowersShe BowerShe Bowers3fle
She said that he had died at 91 3 this thismorning thism thismorning
morning morningNo m m1ng m1ngNo
No later than yesterday word was re received re rett1ed recelved ¬
ceived from Mr Bowers secretary secretarystating secretarystating
stating that the crisis had been passed passedand ecIaDd passedand
and that recovery was conndently ex expected expected exDected ¬
pected pectedThe pectedThe DectedThe
The department closed at noon today todayout toclyout todayout
out of respect fw er the late ofndal Act ActIng A ActIng t tIng
Ing Attorney General Fowler issued the theorder theorner theorder
order to this effect effectBarton eftectHarton electBarton
Barton Corneau Mr Bowers assistant
Jspre i cre > and who accompanied him from fromhirago
Chicago to Washington left pft this morn mornIng mornIng mornIng
Ing for Boston BostonA BostonCOMMERCEGHAMBER BostonCOMMERCE
COMMERCEGHAMBER COMMERCEGHAMBERCHOOSES COMMERCE CHAMBER CHAMBERCHOOSESPRESIDENT
CHOOSES CHOOSESPRESIDENT CHOOSESPRESIDENTA PRESIDENT PRESIDENTA
A D Brockett Councilman CouncilmanElected CouncilmanElected CouncilmanElected
Elected By Alexandria AlexandriaOrganization AlexandriaOrganization AlexandriaOrganization
Organization OrganizationWASHIXGTOX
WASHIXGTOX TUCKS TlM BUREAU BCTRKAUALEXANDRIA BUREAUALEXAXDRIA RURWJALXAXDRIA
ALEXANDRIA TA T A SlePTA SlePT SBFTA > PA
A D Brockett a member of the thecommon Utecommo thecommon
common council from the Third wa wardand ward wardand d dand
and a leading business mae is now nowpresident newprcsldent w wpresident
president of the Alexandria chamber chamberof cJl JRlter JRlterof
of commerce commerceHe commerceHe commerceHe
He was elected last nighft tw Mil 11 the thevacancy 1JteTacaacy theTacancy
vacancy caused 1I8ed by the death of J T TJohnson TJohnsotl TJohnson
Johnson Robert S Jones was waif elected electedvioe electedVj4e
vioe if e president in i Mr Brocketts place jrtaceand Iaee8nd placesnd
and J M Duncan N was elected elect a mem member MeMber momher ¬
ber of the board of directors directorsThe tUreemrsThe irectrsThe
The circuit court for Ue city will willhouse willIold 111 111rold
rold It September term at the court eotIrtrouse courtoUse
house oUse in this city dty1 beginning ehIJd next nextMonday extMonday nextMonday
Monday MondayThe jamnix jamnixThe morning morningThe
The funeral of Arthur Clev Clemu ClemuWAS Cleviiandwas and andwas
was held from his novae e on onIi Seminary SeB IIa1
Hill Ii i I I this thl afternoon and was largely largelyattended 1argelattended largelyattende
attended The Rev S s A Wallis of officiated officiated offielated ¬
ficiated TIle burial was in Ivy Hill HillCemetery ronCtmetery HillCemetery
Cemetery CemeteryThe CtmeteryThe CemeteryThe
The condition tIoa oY CM William wun wiinaimcot A AHmoot Amoot
Hmoot moot who was yesterday yesterdaykicked kicked by bya 1 1a
a mule is reported improved hat rOYM today todayA
t ttpeclal P
A special term of thetlnited tile United States Statesdistrict Stt SttdlstMct StatesThtr1ct
district court will m be held in this thiscity tlII6city thiscIty
city September Se tember 0 9 when c condemnation condemnationproceedings eoade ° adeuatl adeuatlpreedIns adell adellpro °
pro proceedings IDP against property owned ownedon
on n the white house site in Pair Pairfax Falrfax Pairfaa
fax eounty will h be taken tak n up TIt TbeDistrict TItJlistrict TheTistrlct
District of Columbia Columbiadesires desires this thfeproperty tJaIaproperty thispropertyfora
property propertyfora for a reformatory reformatoryCARPENTER reformatoryCARPENTER reformatoryCARPENTER
CARPENTER PRAYS PRAYSABSOLUTE PRAYSABSOLUTE I
ABSOLUTE DIVORCE DIVORCEVilnsrai I IvnUam
Vilnsrai IUiam H Buerhlmtc a carpenter carpenterhrouch carpenterhrnncbt
hrouch scit for aa absolute divorce CrpeRterI ra radar toda ¬
da dar 3 from MB wife Ue Katharine Kahar Buedrttad Buedrttadard Buedt Buedtard fa faard
ard for f r eni isortv OItv of th bir Jr rtxyearoM rtxyearoMb 3xyee4p
axYemOl41
p b bnv v who wo is i < in th th4 he Drwen n Home Hownec beaumt beaumtof
of c f tl the allerfrt allt ffi neziect nf hfe h mother motherThe rnotMrThf motherThe
The ecu t wei we w tel at Bockvttle BockvttleApril RoclnotOeAdI BockvllleAIri
April r 1HE 1 i
BUSINESS lilSIEPBOPERn lilSIEPBOPERnDr PROPERTY PROPERTYIS
i iDr
IS SOLD FOR 35000 36000Dr
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Dr Louis Kolipinski Buys BuysValuable BuysValuable i iValuable
Valuable Coijner on Penn Pennsylvania Pennsylvania ¬ I Isylvania
sylvania Avenue AvenueA A venue venuepr
A earner property pr OH lower Pennsyl Pennsylvania PSll88yIveatie Peisasytvanle ¬
vania avenue veatie has been transferred for a acash acasft acash
cash consideration C4M1 of e JBJ1 1Lfl cents centssquare a asqa asquare
square feet feetDr reetDr footDr
Dr Louis KoNpiasid KOII Id IWIcI has purchased purchasedtbe
the northeast 1N st eon corner er of Pennsylvania Pennsylvaniaavenue PeDB Penneylvasleavenue ytvaalaavenV9
avenue and Fourandahalf street streetnorthwest KreetJIOrt streetnorthwest
northwest JIOrt we t for 3Stf9 t1 from Jocoph Jo eh A AHayden AHayden AHayden
Hayden of Hayden t Seteh SetehThe SDtIchThe SreichThe
The property is irregular la shape but butfronts hutfronts butfronts
fronts twentyJive feet OB the Avenue Avenueand A Avenueand V8Rue V8Rueand
and seventy feet on Pfeurandahalf Pfeurandahalfstreet FourandahalfstreetS
street streetS occupying 1 2 square e feet of ofground ofground orground
ground The Improvements are old bust bustness bu8IB heelflees
ness structure The purchase was made madefor matlefor madefor
for investment and no plans n for the theimmediate thelnHRedlate thehunsedlate
immediate improvement of Ute property propertyare
are contemplated contemplatedDr e
Dr Kottpinaki also purchased from the theTVallach tbeWallach theWallach
Wallach estate through Hayden HaydenSpeJch HaydenSpeich HaydenSh
SpeJch 12609 12 square feet of unimproved unimprovedground l1nlmprovedground unimprovedground
ground at the southwest thWeK corner of ofEleventh ofEleventh ofEleventh
Eleventh and Kenyon streets northwest northwestfor northwestfOI
for which he paid i SINi The property propertyfronts propertyfronts propertyfronts
fronts 143 feet on Eleventh street and is isto Isto Isto
to be improved at once by the erection erectionof
of a number of onestory stores of at attractive attractive attmactive ¬
tractive design Oscar G Vogt has ha pre prepared prepared prepared ¬
pared the plans plansOperation plansSIGHTSEEING plansSIGHTSEEING
SIGHTSEEING AUTOS AUTOSCONTINUING AUTOSCONTINUING
CONTINUING TRIPS TRIPSOperation TRIPSOperation
Operation Not Enjoined But ButOwners ButOwners ButOwners
Owners Cited to Court CourtSeptember CourtSeptember CourtSeptember
September 15It 15 15It 15It
It was declared today that th the pub published MSb1fahe4 pubIlehed ¬
lished report that the operation of the thelarge thelarge e eJar
large Jar e sightseeing automobile of O Ute UteInteraatJona1 theInternational e eInternational
International Auto SlsktSeetos Sls tSed8s Transit TraarttCompany TransitCompany t tComJMLDY
Company by Samuel Gaoconhaimer Ga nllllellDeC and andFrederick IFre4erlck sadFrederick
Frederick Schwab t had been stopped by byan ayan byan
an injunction issued by Justice Barnard Barnardor d dor
or the Supreme Court urt of the District Districtyesterday DIstrletyesterday Districtyeaterday
yesterday was W erroneous erroneousNo enOIMOUSNo enoneousNo
No injunction against Jhe e operation of ofthese ofthe ofthose
these automobiles has been issued by byany byany byany
any court and they are about the thee streets streetsoff streetsof
off the city today carrying visitors lo lothe 10the o othe
the Capital as usual usualFor uaIFor usualFor
For several years the International InternationalCompany IatenaaUoDa1Compny InternationalCompany
Company together with a number of ofother orotber ofother
other concerns has been conducting COQductIDgslghtJleelng conductingsIhtseelng conductingsightseeing
sightseeing tours ia the National Capi Capital CapItat ¬
tat The electrically propelled automo automobiles automoblleti antonioblies ¬
biles used in l tide business are purchased purchasedfrom purchasedfrom puldnas11from
from from the General Vehicle Company the theCommercial theCommenIaJ theCommercial
Commercial Truck Company and a num number number numher ¬
ber of large manufacturer No ques quesownership quetlola questka
I
tlola bas ever beeR de regarding the theoWDenlhip theownership
ownership by the manufacturers m of the thepatents thepatents thepatents
patents under which the cars have been beenjuadc beeRJDa4Ie beenRecently
juadc JDa4IeRecenUy juadcRecently
Recently a Richard B Paraton made madeclaim madeelalm madeclaim
claim that he owned the patent on onthese ontbe8e onthese
these electrically propelled vehicles vehiclesAfter vehiclesAfter vehiclesAfter
After investigation IDv tion the manufacturers manufacturersof
of these vehicles denied the soundness soundnessof 8OUndn 8OUndnor
of Mr Paintons claim and yesterday
be instituted in tituted a suit m ia the Supreme SupremeCourt SuprftneCourt SupremeCourt
Court of the District for an accounting accountingfor accollntinfor
for the use of the automobiles le on which whichhe whichhe whichhe
he claims patent and to enjoin their theirfurther theirfurther theirfurther
further use unless payment be made to tohim tohim toJustice
him himJustice himJu
Justice Barnard issued a rule rul direct directtap dlreetiIaf directlug
tap the defendants The International InternationalAuto InterDtlolaalAuto InternationalAuto
Auto SightSeeing Stgbt Transit Company and andSamuel lidSamuel andSamuel
Samuel Gaseenbelmer and Frederick FrederickSchwab FrederickSchwab FrederickSchwab
Schwab to appear on September IS ISfor 15for I Ifoi
for the purpose of investigating Inv tn wheth whether ¬
er the claims of Mr Painton have ve any anyfoundation a7fOllJHlation anyfoundation
foundation in fact and whether any anylegal aaTJeaJ anylegal
legal remedy should be aZorded him himIt himIt himIt
It now appears rs that this is all that the thecourt thecourt thecourt
court has done and that no injunction injunctionagainst IDjuneUonb injunctionagainst
against the operation of the cars has hasbeen hasbeen hasbeen
been issued issuedBaker uedBaker issuedBaker
Baker Sheehy and Hasan general generalcounsel geDeClcounsel generalcounsel
counsel for the International Company Companyannounced COIIrMUITannounced Companyannounced
announced today that their defense d defenseagainst e eD8t j jagainst
against D8t Mr Paintons claim will be efuny befully i
fully presented to the court en the dayj dayjset day dayset dayiv
set setffl setNAVY iv NAVY ffl YARD WES WESYard WAGESREMAIN AGES AGESREMAINUNCHANGED
REMAINUNCHANGED REMAINUNCHANGEDYard REMAIN UNCHANGED UNCHANGEDYard
Yard Commandant and Pay PayBoard PayBoard PayBoard
Board Report eport Adversely Adverselyto
to Raise RaiseAfter RaiseAlter RaiseAfter
After a a very thorough and aDdttve cabana exhaustive cabanalive ¬
live investigation iBT of the data submitted submittedby
by employes of the Washington Wa hl JI navy navyyard JlllLyYyr navyyard
yard as well as Information secured red by bythe BYthe bythe
the commandant of the yard and the thewage thewage theWage
wage board the Navy Department has hasreached Basreached hasreached
reached the conclusion IoR that a a change in inthe Inthe inthe
the present wage schedule for mechanics mechanicsat
at the Washington W Oft navy yard te not notwarranted DOtwarranted notwarranted
warranted warrantedIn
In the case of one trade H l was found foundthat f08I1dtbat foundthat
that the conditions and character of oftbe ortbe ofthe
tbe employment were entirely dissimi dissimilar dissimilar dlsaimi1a ¬
1a lar m Ja eight of the twentythree lee estab establishments tabIIsbnHmts establishments ¬
lishments from which data was sub submitted submitted subinitted ¬
mitted by employes of the yard that thatthe thttbe thatthe
the fifteen remaining Arms rnm employed employedin e
in all efajhtyaeven mechanics as a com compared compared cornpared ¬
pared with more mo than 156 L5M at the yard yardthat yardt yardthat
that t or these eightyseven tyseven mechanics mechanicsabout mechanicsabout mechanicsabout
about 35 2 per cent were rated nrst class classas cl clas
as compared pared with about 64 4 per cent of offirst orfirst offirst
first class mechanics in the trade at the theWashington theWaSlIngton theWashington
Washington navy yard that the average averagerate ayerBberate averagerate
rate of pay of the ibtyseven mechan mechanics mechanIce haD haDics ¬
ics was less than the averagerate average rate at atthe atthe atthe
the Washington navy yard yardNO yardNO yardNO
NO RECONCILIATION RECONCILIATIONJ
J FOR FORMRS FORMRS1ARLENO MRS EARLE ARLENO NO 1 1Her r rHer IHer
Her Father F ther Denies Detli That She SheWill SheWill SheWill
Will Return to Affinity uAffinityUPerson AffinityPerson AffinityPerson
Person PersonPARJS PersonPARIs PersonPARIS
PARIs Sept S JPertttwmM1 Ferdtamad Ptaney PtaneyAffinity PlDneyH PlnneyAKislty
H Affinity Bade win net have the thepleasure CIepJe thepleasure
pleasure sure and privilege of remarrying remarryiaEmily remarryingEMIly remarryingEmily
Emily Ftshbacker Fts 1MLeker his first wife whom whomhe WHIRhe whombe
he deserted to hind lad himself to his soul soulmete 1 1ate i imate
mate This was made dear today by byMr byXr byMi
Mr Ffehhacker Dacker father of o Mr Mrs Bane BarleNo EarleNo1 Banedivorced
No No1 No1HBM117 I IKnrfly
Knrfly divorced him said Mr Fish lI18ItlMLcker Fishhacicar B I Ihacker
hacker so it to aU over My da thI1Igta thI1IgtatezoY ilaughtOrs h ht
t tezoY r divorce holds good here 1ffire xnd nd you youcan youcan youcen
can say for me that she will not re receive receJye receive ¬
ceive Earle anle if he comes eom here
Harrimans Harr mans Reading and Steel Market Leaders
NEWYORKSTOCKSWERESTRONGER NEWYORKSTOCKSWERESTRONGERBUT NEWYORKSTOCKS NEW YORKSTOCKS WE WERE STRONGER ESTRONGERBUT STRONGERi STRONGERBUT
i BUT EXTREMELY QUIET QUIETMODEST QUIETJi QUIETJiMODEST QUIETMODEST
MODEST GAINS f V
iXJCW YORK Sept 3 9DurIng During the thegreater Utegreater thegrester
greater part of o the morning the market marketmoved marketJlMV84I marketmoved
moved w Ia slow stately strides varied variedwith variedwttIa variedwith
with numerous and tiresome Ur ome inter intervals ilntervaIs ntor ntorvale ¬
vale of rest and rumination and the theticker thetleker theticker
ticker paced the way wa After four days daysof daysof daysor
of strenuous effort now and then and andgeneral alHlgeil8ll andgeneral
general deposition n during the greater greaterpart greaterpart greaterpart
part of the time to break the market marketwithout marketwithout marketwithout
without material result it is being beingbrought beingh beingbrought
brought h home home that illnews of the thepolitical thePolitical
political Ilk has ceased to impress < the theholders theboWers theholders
holders of securities with an urgent urgentdesire urgentch urgentdesire
desire to market them Impressive ef efforts eCfGlts efforts ¬
forts on the part of the bears to die dislodge dlsJodle dieedgO ¬
lodge pools here and there have been beenfutile beenflt beenfutile
futile e The crop ero report r < looked better betterafter betterafter betterafter
after a few hours Jf consideration and andpromised andpr andpromised
pr promised rmed a good business in the haul haulIng haulIng haulleg
Ing and mereantle lines when the other ethertroubles othertroubles othertroubles
troubles that now beset have been beeneliminated HeRelimtBated beeneliminated
eliminated eliminatedNever elimtBatedNever eliminatedNever
Never has Wall Street stood absolute absolutely abso11lteIy ¬
ly l still the
market must move one way wayor wayof
or the other and if it will not go down downIt
It will go up p The big short line is the
hop of traders who are buying stocks stocksfor stocksfor stocksfot
for a turn turnTomorrow turnTomorrow turnTomorrow
Tomorrow the monthly report of the
United States Steel Corporation Corporat will be bemade bemade
made pueHc for the month If it t is as asgood asgood
good as expected tie e effect on the stock stockwill stockwill
will be favorable The report does not notpromise DOtJromille notpromise
promise to be very flattering but the theat theassertation
at assertation rtaUon Jt c made that business is ismuch ismuch
much bette bette than usual at this time timeof timeof
of the year Y T Pennsylvania stock has hasmade hasmade I
made very little response to the sue successful sueceseful ¬
cessful s tul inauguration of traffic under the
INDUSTRIALS INDUSTRIALSAmateamated ThTDUSTRIALSpJIIaI INDUSTRIALSAmalenInated
mated Copper 03 < B 63 3 3ADt d3i 68 4 l3 l3AmBoetSugcem3 34
Am AmBoetSugcem3 Bet Sus Sa com 3 3F as asAm 3 3Am oj ojA
Am A Can pfd trdAJIL ffff fcft i6 i6Am fe
Am Loco com 35 38 J5Y 3 3Am fe J51I
Am S S 8 Rffr Rf com 68 8tJ 6 68 It1 85 I5I 16Am 6 6Am
Am S S Ref oomll7 117 117 117 117Am 117Am 117Am I
Am TL If T 1 T1K JIi 3 134 Isn8 13S 135ABacOItd 335Anaconda 13SAnaconda
Anaconda Copper JQ 38 2S 3S 3 38 Q 3 38 38Con X 35Con I ICoD
Con Gas N Y 129 12 12 11 1 12f 12frNstiliers 1PDisttller I
rNstiliers S See e c u 2 3 J JIDler 35 2a j 2 2Inter I IInter
Inter Paper y > V 3 Ii IiNtIonal t S SNational t
National Lead com i H > II 59 M IIPBe isPoe
Mail Strap 27 17 2 M t 27 27Gas 28 28Poopfes SPeop1es
Poopfes Ga Gee of Chilf Chl1H 1 214 3 X4 5 MCK 2 5
Ry Steel Spgs com M n 21 31 31Tenn 31Teas
Tenn Cop Cotii 2 11 4 38 3PJi > i 2 2 2Ii V
L i S Steel com 7fc fS 8 1 7 MI4 6 6U Wfc
U S S Steel pfd ptdm1H IM 115 IK IK IKUtah 1MUtah 16rth
Utah Copper Copperm4f14 4 44 4P4 44 41fJ 15 li liYa 15Va 5
Va Car Chera com SS 5C is iscali K KCaM IiIJeaB
CaM Money X0De7m 1 1 1 IJS 1 1BONDS 1BONDS 1BONDS
BONDS BONDSAtch
Atch Con 4s 35 S ftS ftSB ISIf IF IFH
B H R T Convert 4s S2 88 88C 8 8C 35 35C
C C B B Ii Q Joint 4s 15 W WC JK JKC i5 35 35C
C R let I L Pac 4s TSfe 75S 7S 7Slater 7 7IDler 7 i5k
later Metro 4s 19 9 9Pa fS fSPa 35 35Pa
Pa Convt J 3s s l DIii i 1518 1518Southern 35 5 S SSouthern 35 9j 35 35Southern
Southern Ry 5s 5s15 M6 US USU IIiV S 165 165C
U P Convert 4sT 4s 16 MV HI 181 1 111 155 155U
U S Steel 3d is1 s 1 l I IShares l lShares 165 3 3Shares >
Shares to 11 a a m mShares mShares inShares
Shares to 12m 1 i m mEx 14555 14555Bx
JBx dtwienct dtwienctUUUKEBHIO dtTidendBAlUNGERTRIO dtildendBALLINGERTR I
UUUKEBHIO BAlUNGERTRIOARREST BALLINGERTRAEREST UUUKEBHIOWEST
WEST IS ORDERED HEBEDSutherland ORDEREDSutherland ORDEREDSutherland
Sutherland Denby and Mc McCall McCall McCall
Call Refuse to Sit With WithCommittee WithCommittee WithCommittee
Committee Antis AntisContinued AntistCollUaued AntisContinued
Continued from First Page Pagestand P Pagesinnd e est
stand today would make the vote ete i to I 4 4for Ifor 4for
for dvJay dvJayThos 4kyIbos duayThea
Thos members who did not labor into intotfee bttot Intothe
the ni Dilt iit on 0 reports sat up iocuhmg iocuhmgstatenteits lag lagstatesneits g gsta
statenteits sta ente1ts The members now present presentare Ke presentare eDt eDtle
are Senator SeDa Xeteon ehen of Minnesota Sen Senator Senator Sonator ¬
ator Sutherland of o Utah Represents Representative e ta tadYe ¬
dYe McCai of Massachusetts and Rep Representative Repre Representative ¬
resentative re Denby of Michigan all pre presumably presumably prosuinably ¬
sumably proBallinger and Senator SenatorFletcher SentorFleIclter SenatorFletcher
Fletcher of Florida Senator Purcell of ofXorth ofXorth ofNorth
Xorth I Dakota > and Representatives RepresentativesJames Represe RepresentativesJames ta ves vesJRJDe8
James of Kentucky Graham of o Illinois IlHnofeand Illinoisand Illinoisand
and Madison of Kansas Insurgent Insurgentavowed IDSUQeDtaowed insurgentavowed
avowed antlBaliinger men menRepresentative menRepresentative menRepresentative
Representative Olmstead of Penaeyl Penaeylvania P6DDI1 Penneylmum
vania mum is expected to toNarrive arrive tonight toohhtSenator tonightSenator tontehtSenator
Senator Root of New York and Senator SenatorFlint SeD8torFJlnt SenatorFlint
Flint of California were we e entirely out of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the calculations calculationsXeHher calculationsNettber calculationsNeither
Neither fatcion can muster a quorum quorumalone querumaJone quorumalone
alone aloneThe aJoneTDe aloneThO
The situation was still runner muddied muddiedwhen mU mu1gIcdwhen 1CledwbeR <
when Chairman Nelson called oft the themeetings t1temeedDgS themeetings
meetings of the committee here and andcalled andealled antcalled
called a meeting in the Auditorium An Annex AnBeX Anncr ¬
ncr Hotel in Chicago for next Tuesday Tuesdayat Tuesdayat1eam
at at1eam at1eamTJte 30 a m mThe inThe
The lineup expected then is isNelson IsNelson isNelson
Nelson McCall cCe1I Denby Sutherland Sutherlanddmsted SutherlandOIm SutherlandMTnsrted
dmsted OIm ted and Root for Ballinger James JamesFletcher JamesF1eteher JamesFletcher
Fletcher Graham Purcell and Madison Madisonagainst la4bonagan8t Madisonagainst
against JLJalllnger JLJalllngerPENSION l3alllngerPENSION autngerPENSION
PENSION IS ASKED ASKEDFOR ASKEDFOR ASKEDFOR
FOR FIREMAN KUHNS KUHNSFor
For Randle Highlands Citizens As Association Association Association ¬
sociation Capt J W Mitchell MitchellPresents 11itchellPresents MittheiIPresents
Presents Certificates CertificatesCapt
Capt J Walter Mitchell president of ofthe oftM ofthe
the Handle V Highlands Citizens Aseo Aseodatfon oeletieR Assoclotiesi
datfon today presented to the th Consuls Commissioners Consulssinners MIIisIoIters ¬
sinners the certificates of several severa1 physi physicians p1IysclaDS physiclans ¬
clans in support of their demand that thatCharles tJatCharles thatCharles
Charles R R Kuhns V a member of the theFire theFIre theFire
Fire Department be retired because of ofphysical orphJ5leal ofphysical
physical disability disablHt and be given a pen pension pension penIuhas ¬
sion sionKuhns
sionKuhns
Kuhns application for retirement has haspreviously Jtaspreviously haspreviously
previously been denied by the Board oard ni of ofPolice oCP8IIce ofPolice
Police and Firemens Flremlns Surgeons SurgeonsThe Surgeonslbe SurgeonsThe
The certificates which were Issued by byDr It ItDr byDr
Dr Grant S Earnhardt of m Mason Massachusetts MS6clm Masonrhueetts ¬
chusetts avenue Dr J StewartHarri StewartHarrison Stewart Ham Ham5OA ¬
son and Dr T Glenn Jones alt agree agreethat agreethat agreethat
that Kuhns is suffering sutrerln from an en enlarged onlaned ¬
larged = ed heart and that his 1 fs conditions is isGROCERS Isthat Isthat
that he ought to be reUr reUrGROCERS retired retiredGROCERS
GROCERS TO GIVE GIVEAN GIVEAN GIVEAN
AN OYSTER ROAST ROASTWashingtons ROASTyas ROASTWasliingtons
Washingtons yas Retail Grocers Pro Protective Pr0tective Protectice ¬
tective Association will give an oyster oysterroast oStermMIt oysterroast
roast at Marshall Hall Sunday SuRd a Sep September September Sopteinber
tember 35 35A SA 35A
A committee composed of M J
Whetan J J Ht Goodrich H S S Height HaightR
R E E W WScbmldt Schmidt L 1 F Lasby and andPerry aDdPerTY andPerry
Perry P Patrick has h completed ar arrangements arraBSemOllts anmangemosts ¬
rangements for the accommodation of a aer0w4 a8W111 aePnd
er0w4 8W111 of 2009 IJ persons Solect Norfolk Norfolkwsters NOrfOlknters
wsters wW fee served free of charge to toivuwho towho
ivuwho U who attc attcricL ttcxid
Hast river The lack of Interest Inthe Inthematter Intmatter lntbematter
matter as a market factor was clearly
Indicated by the fact aet that the only onl onltnul
transaction tnul OR in Lens Island since the theopening Utef theopening
opening f of the tubes s was MO shares on onThursday onThur onThursday
Thursday Thur dy at an advance of a point over overthe oyert overthe
the t last previous sale saleIn aleIn saleIn
In some quarters the difficulty inar inarranging In ar arruac1n anranging ¬
ranging < a solution of the bill of lading ladingquestion 1 IadU IadUquestion lng lngquestion
question was regarded r ed as a matter or ofhearten orhearl orbearish
hearten h potentiality but the hope was wasstill wasstin weesitU
still entertained that an arrangement arrangementwould arrangementwould arrangementwould
would be concluded within the few fewweeks fewweeks fewweeks
weeks remaining for settlement settlementLondon settietnentLondon ettlementLondon
London quotations are up and V down downoneeighth downoneetptb downOneeIghthS
oneeighth merely following our mar markets markets markets ¬
kets close e of o yesterday and with no nonew nonew nonew
new factors in the situation there is isbut Isbut Isbut
but little to comment upon this morning mornlngrunless morningu morningunless
unless u le it be the combination of Mr MrHearst IrHearet MrHearst
Hearst with Mr Roosevelt Water finds findsits findsits nds ndsIts
its own level and the duet of the dema demagogues demawlJl demagogues ¬
gogues will now be sung on the au auI autwrJlS autnrnns
I tumns air We have been pounded poundedblack poundedblaek poundedblack
black and blue however by aU kinds of ofutterances ofuttera ofutterances
utterances ces > etc etc so that a few more moreblows morebloWB moreblown
blows more or less lee do not count countAbout countAbout unt untAbout
About midway in the second hour hourof bourof hourof
of the session ses loD there was some little littleimprovement littleImprovement littleImprovement
improvement in the undertone of the thelist thelist thelist
list The fact that the market would wouldnot wouldDot wouldnot
not so flown < own gave hope that it would wouldgo wouldgo wouldgo
go up Several sales of thousand thousandshare thou thousandshare and andshare
share lots were reported about this thistime thistime thistime
time and the market slowly owly improved improvedand improvedand
and of a point bat the dullness dullnessin
in exaggerated form developed again againBut aSlLInBut againBut
But stocks would nnt slump they theygained theyplJMCI theygained
gained a little and were W re very ery firm nrmReading firmRe firmRedding
Reading Re dlng touched 139 a gain gainUnion gainUnion gainUnion
Union Pacific 165 a advance advanceSouthern advanceSoutbern advanceSouthern
Southern Pacific gained Ined a point to teSteel
112 114 Steel conrracr was higher higherThe blgherThe higherThe
The great rank And Dd file of stocks stocksmoved stocksmoved stocksmoved
moved even more slowly shwl and with less lessInteresting 188Interesting leesInteresting
Interesting featured than shown in inthe luthe inthe
the leaders
I Todays T f New York YorStock 02 Stock t Exchange n Prices PricesQBotattens es esL
QBotattens rcrnUnea toy TV E
HHib Oa c eabers Jfew
Tsrk Stock s Ex n
L I change Washington Stock Exchange 14 CIIcap c6ea Board floard t o Trade Hibbs DufId1 Buliding
RAILROADS RAILBOADS2S RAILROADSOp1tgtIJew RAILROADSqisaVthVLew
Op1tgtIJew l1t 3
A A T S Pe oem Fi L 714 5
BaIt Ohio eomi corn YiVV4 15O 1
Brooklyn R It T J 3 73
Che Ohio 71 7 21 72 73i
C JilL fl St St P eolJII con IIV 118 1I l1 1 115
Erie eoIRP corn cornrie 2S 35 SYr 25 3i
Krie rie 1st pfd < 4 a 4YIJII iit < jt 45
Great North nfdlSI 13 1fI4 4 32J t 124 i
Jnr Jnt8lIetro Inter Mr Mrtro Metro tro eGIII oml8fc 1 18 M J14 1S Lti H
Inter Metro pfd pfdKan 4 48 > 181Jft 15
Can City Son com 2t 29 2t
Mex Cent cUb 31 31 3 34 31 I
M K t Tex con M IIJ8 39 3 3f 30 30Ljj I
Xl 80uri PaeIAc i 1114 35 51 ii 4 I
N Ljj Y Ceo i I Hud Rl1 1t1l5 lIe96 U fe Ktt
NorfolkWee Norfolk tI West SC 35 96 d Sf i
Northern PacMe 111 11JIt 1I IB lD1 113 iI 113
Pennsylvania TOX 128 l8I4 1 127 IWi
P Cm CM St St L tt ttReading 1iQH 94 R 35 5t 4
Reading com corn135 J38 33t 137 111 136 1 I
Rock Island com eGIIID 29 2 2114 3 2C I
Hock RockIslandpfd Island I pfd 83 V 63 IP4 op a Wt
St L t S S Fr Jd l pf 21 3 35 i tIt 35
Southern thern Par com eomUl U1H lJ2t 11 m l1fwl ii AM
Tel 3t 9t J L > 4b W T com IT 25H 23 2 2S 2P4 Sfti Sfti3LJr
3LJr T Tel St 1 I w fd pa 4f 4 V4 4 19
Union Padi ctoc couuK cm 1IL1iP4 354 < M6 Jt614 M 1644 I64 i K5 Ii 4
Union Pacific pfd 91 M t alV tl MV t1
WabaXh Waba Va vfd td 39 3B 3i at 35 3Pi
OoMneid Cons Ih S SCHICAGO S SCHICAGO S S SCHICAGO
CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET MARKETfFanuiaad MARKETFamished
Famished 1111II 1 The Wuid WasWaeTon 1en Times Th by 7
A A C P Plant w t k Co to 34 u F Fecrto Puurtentk ri itfc t strei rre rre1fMI
MlUWJCl
Wheat W eat Open Cp 1fMI BSeh Low L w 1 118 1I 5
September H SK it V P 4 M
December lM 1MIJk l 1MJIa iifjfc 1 isj isji 1 1I
Xy > 11fJI4 i 147 a l1Pi 161 i5g 1 iis4
corn cornSeptember Cont ConteIIIlMr CornSeptember
V
September eIIIlMr KT KTDecember i 67 iIAi is 55
December 5SK 5SKM 55 a i5I ii U UL K9
M jr L L Llf I 1814 1814NEW L fl4 fl4NEW L35 L35NEW
NEW YORK COTTON MARKET A1ARKETrF MARKETFernlhM MARKETFllmIIited
FllmIIited rF rafeoe to o The e V W WUMBIea Maten Times by
A A G Plane O C 7M 71 Foftrteaata FoulMeQ etreet
i arthw northwest 0ci 0cii
i 1rJaweetOpe Open High Low 1K I 35
SeptemberJ37X SeJJtember 1373 13 1115 13 U8i S
October 12 2St 12 114 4 11M EW
December 12W 12W ilK iil iilGOSSIP 115
Jaaar7 January3265 Jtt 11 1195 111i 111iGOSSIP 1i 1issiP
GOSSIP ssiP FROM WALL WALLSTREET WALLSTREETrntnga STREET STREETearnings 1 1DC
earnings rntnga of Chicago Great Westernfor Western Westernfor
for July JulyTotal Total operating revenue in increased 10ereaed n ncreased ¬
creased 9K412 n Total operating expenses expensesincreased oxpeesincreased
increased NS37 am Net operating revenue revenuemcreased reveaue1Dere revenueIncreased
Increased 1Dere > JS5S8S 55S0 Net income increased increasedThe lnereuetll increasedThe
IioI i iThe
The International tloRal Ptnper Companys Companyspreliminary coinpanyspreliminary i
preliminary report for the fiscal year yearended yearended i
ended July 3 30 test shows gross income incomeIncrease I IncomeIncrease me melnereue
Increase of ot SL tt 312364 2Sfri Net income increase increaseof
of 318135 Surplus increase of 5115953 5115953Harrunaa tlS tlSHarrlmau 41S9c 41S9cHarriman
Harriman Co CoConcerning Concerning the crop cropreport cropreport
report the more that t It is sifted the themore theinure e eJIIOr8 I
more fiattorm flattering g it kbe becomes ome and n4l1 points > to toward to toward toward ¬
ward big business providing all these theseother theseother theseother
other worriments can > be obliterated We Wemust W Wmust V Vmu
must t have patience p keep close to the theshore theshor theshore
shore and watch events eventsW eventsW eventsw
W B B mObs = Co CoCblcago Chicago Milwau Milwaukee Milwaukee MIlwaukee ¬
kee and St Paul railroad for the fiscal fiscalyear A8caIyear fiscalyea
year yea ended June 3 3t reports total operat operating operatIng oporatlug ¬
ing revenue increased I IMt 49494161 e Total Totaloperating Totaloperating Totaloperating
operating expenses Increased SM697S6 SM697S6Net 6I55Th5Net i1i18 i1i18Xet
Net operating ng reventiA revennft decreased S1U lUJS 1134
324 Surplus decreased d 4 JI3i 1 131527 cst 257 earn earnings earn earnIngs earnlogs ¬
ings available av for dividends dlv1 ends on entire entirecapitalization entirecapltalzaUon entirecp4tahzt1n
capitalization of company were equal equalto
to to 83 J per cent compared with 5W per percent percent
cent centn n year previous La I other words wordsthe
the company earned about 1 per cent centmore centmore centmote
more than the actual dividend require requirements requireDtEltts requiremeets ¬
meets for the nscal fiscalperiod fiscalperiodLewis period periodLewis periodLewIs
Lewis Johnson Co CoIt It is so dull dullsome dunSOllIe dullSeine
some of the brokers have tarned ta edthe the th
Stock ckBxchange Exchange into a skating rink and andare adare andare
are going around on roller skates skatesINDIANA skat05INDIANA skatesINDIANA
INDIANA TO T PAY PAYTRIBUTE PAYTRIBUTE PAYTRIBUTE
TRIBUTE TO TROOPS TROOPSTribute TROOPSTribute TROOPSTribute
Tribute Planned to Hopsiers Who WhoFell WhoFell WhoFell
Fell In Battle At AtAntietam AtAntietam AtAntietam
Antietam AntietamIndiana AntietamIndHuNi AntietamIndiaa
Indiana the HoosIer State I Sat Saturday Saturday Saturday ¬
urday September 15 will pay pa last
Ing tribute to her brave sons who whofeir wholelr whofeW
feW in te battle ttle of Antietam when whenGovernor whenGoyernor whenGovernor
Governor Marshall and other State Stateofficials Stateofftel1s Stateofficials
officials offtel1s vlll 111 consecrate the monu monuments monuJRents inonuments ¬
ments erected on the memorable bat battlefield battlefteld battleheld ¬
tlefield to the Indiana dead deadThe deadThe deadThe
The dedicatory ceremony ceremon wit be beelaborate beelaborat4
elaborate CapL J P McGretr of
the Capitol police and Capt Wi WLlIam liam
ST Yo Meredith Yere tth of the Treasury De Department Department Department ¬
partment are arranging for special s ecJal
trains to the battlefield from this thiscity thiscity thiscity
city rd Baltimore to accommodate accomm > Gate
Indiaua Indla a residents of the two cities citiesand citiesothers citiesaM
and others who may go goGov goGo goGor
Gov Go Thomas P Marshall will V be
the chief speaker Meredith Nichol Nicholson Nicholson Nlcholson ¬
son tbe Hoosier poet will read readJH8JIl a apoem nPOOR
poem of his own written in honor of oftbe r
the Indiana dead deadAlt deadAll d dAn
Alt Indiana veterans of the war
have been invited and special ar arrngmenta arrangments armangeinenta
rngmenta will be made for their thetrcomfort theircomfort theircomfort
comfort v N
V
SECURITIES SECURITIESWERE SECURITIESWERE
WERE VERY STEADY STEMLanston STEADYLanston
Lanston Gas and Railway RailwayCommon RailwayCommon RailwayCommon
Common Showed Fair De Degree Degree Degree ¬
gree of Activity ActivityLanston ActivityLanston ActivityLanston
Lanston Kail Railway way contmonV CMamo and andWashington andWas andWashIngen
Was Washington lIrten Ga Gas were the active lead leaders I Iers IeaJens ¬
ers on th the local l market and all seemed seemedto aeem aeemtQ
tQ to have found a level at t the cur current current current ¬
rent prices prle Just i1l8t about the same sameamount sameamouat sameamount
amount of CI business bu fl1 wa was transacted in inone Inone Inone
one as in the ether Gas was Just a abit abit abit
bit easier opening ep nlng at t 79V 1t and aad sellin sellinto selling sellingto
to 7 ii 79 5s with more offered o < ered at 79 1 and and7t
7 7t bid The Street is greedy for forpositive forpoltlve forpositive
positive information on the fate of the thecertificates theccrtlftcates thecertificates
certificates the intent to retire them thembeing thembeing thembeing
being questioned It would make ake a adifference adUference adifference
difference with Uh the probable value of ofthe otthe ofthe
the stock stockRailway stockRailway stockRailway
Railway common sold to the extent extentof extentof extentof
of 1S6 15 shares at 32 3 The bonds of ofthe otthe ofthe
the eorwpcny sold at 84 S a small aU bond bondLanston bondLanston bondLanston
Lanston sold freely at 81 and at t the theclose theclose
close one lot ot twenty shares at 83 83The 33The
The rttt of the market was entirely entirelynominal nt1re nt1renoniinal
nominal nominal There xuere were ww orders both bothways ho howays wwiu
ways but not at the market nor were weretlrere werethere
there important I change In quotations quotationsTODAYS quotaUonsTODAYS quotationsTODAYS
TODAYS TODAYSWashington SALESp SALESpVashlDgtcm SATJFSWashincton
Washington Railway and Electric ElectricAfter ElectrJecom Electricm
com m 5 35 35M 35WashingLon
Sta StaWa M I
Wa hln WashingLon lOD Gas 19 Itll 15IPIAfter 5 5i 5Atter
i
After call eallWa callWashington Washington RaMway and andBid aBdBleetrlc andBteetnIc4srisOSli9
Bleetrlc BteetnIc4srisOSli9 4s 4sLaD
LaD ton tonBid 30 sI 34
35 2
Bid BIdandAsed and Asked On OnLocal OnLocal OnLocal
Local Exchange ExchangeGOVERNMENT
GOVERNMENT GOVER T BONDS BOJCDSBfcL 1K
Bid Ask AskU lc lcu
U S S R Reg S 2s 2su 2su 2sU
u s coupon rs rsU rss lsU
U S Reg rs TMK TMKU 1IIIIJ 1IIIIJu
U 1 S Coupon rs Isu MHl MHlu 1 1U
u a R Rag ST 4s n m 115 115u 235 235U s sU
U S Coupon 4 4s 138 1315GAS U UGAS 139 139GAS
GAS BONDS BOJTDSGeorgetown BONDSGeorgetown BONDSGeorgetown
Georgetown Gas Fit FitWaahtn 58a isWashington
Waahtn a ton G c as t8 4s MS W WWa 1IQr 1IQrWub 151wWash
Wa Wash h Gee Cert r i s fj 15 1fi 1fiRAILROAD 55TRAILROAD K KRAILROAD
RAILROAD BONDS BONDSCap B BCap BONDScap
Cap Trac R R R R V is 134 IMfi 3JS 3JSAnacoBtla 15AMeO 33 33Asacostla
AnacoBtla Potomac Fs M 1M 1MCIty 15City Tte TteCity
City Sufeorban Fa K M MColumbia ltdCalurnbla l 3 3Columbia
Columbia R R Ss isColumbia JW JWColumbia 11 11coIumWa
Columbia R R rs 3M 3MMetropolitan IKetropoUtan 344Metropolitan
Metropolitan R R R 18 18W V V IK g gWash IDS IDSWash
Wash W k Ry A glee 4s 48WUL 81 8t 8tWazlu 15Week
Week Alex and JCt V Fs 97 97MISCELLANEOUS JiXISCELLA PTV
V MISCELLANEOUS XISCELLA US BONDS BOMD6Potomac BO BOPotomac BONDSPotomac
Potomac Bloc Cons Fs 5su 15 15Potomac Nifc lfli lfliPotomac 1 1Potomac
Potomac Efec Lt 6s OT Itt IttC 1C 115C
C and P Telephone Fs FsAmer 11M 1fij 1fijAmer 165Amer
Amer TeL and Tel 4s 4sColonial 4 4CoIonla 154 154Colonial
Colonial Beach 5s i 75 75Emerson MS MSSmeraon 165Emerson
Emerson 5fm m Pump 8s Sn SS 6 100 100Washington 100Wa 100Washington
Washington Wa Market MarketWMl Fs MK 7 1M 1MWaaMngton 165Washington
Washington WMl Market Fs 1X7 1IGPUBLIC 3tt 3ttPUBLIC 3SSPIJBLIC
PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS STOCKSCapital STOCKSCapital STOcKScapital
Capital Traction 00 V TBVf 335 335Wash T3Z T3ZWask 1iZWa
Wash IL Ry St B 1I ec Com a aWash 15 > JS JSx 33Wash
Wash = Ry Etee pOd sfdWash 35 9 9Wash
Wash Alex and Mt x Vor VorX VorN
X and W Steamboat steamboatWashington OS OSWashington lit litWa
Washington Wa Gas GasGeorgetown 7 3 K 7V 7VGeorgetown
Georgetown Gas B e8 e8A 0 0Amer 9 9Amer
Amer A TeL ftTekja aTeI8aTYPE TeIz TeIzS m mTYPE
S TYPE MACHZNX STOCKS
I Merpentbaler Linotype 2H 3S 3SLans IS0II0tJpe Z ZLus
Lans V Monotype S2 IXTh 35MINING 4 4MINING
MINING XTh G STOCK STOCKGreer STOCKGreetCCa1IHI STOCKGreefVtCaianna
Greer GreetCCa1IHI GreetCCa1IHIA GreefVtCaiannaNATIONAL Cananea i g jii jiiKATZ02CAL
NATIONAL A O AL BANK STOCKS STOCKStAm STOCKStAm STOCKSlAm
tAm National Bank K KCapital Dt Dtcapltat 135CatsI
Capital Nat Bank IJaDkct1z Bankat7 M M13t
ct1z Nat Bank 13t 13tCoambta B 355Coumbla
Coumbla Nat at Bank BankCcmunorcial BankcommercII > s sCommercial
Commercial Nat Book BookjCMstrict Buzic155 111 111l 15 1513istnlct
jCMstrict l Nat Bank BankFar Bank135 1J 33
Far Mech Nat t Bank IJaakLtncoln 25 S PIG
Lincoln Nat Bank 390 390M DIi 3 3Metropolitan
M Metropolitan ropotttan tn Nat Bank BankRi 155 Ie
Ri p Pirgz SS Nat Bank BankSecond iiI s sSecond es
Second Nat Bank BankNat Kfi KfiNat M MNat
Nat Bank or Waste asb US USTRUST 5TRUST 14 14TRUST
TRUST COMPAXT STOCKS STOCKSAm STOCKSAm STOCKSAm
Am Security Trust S3 iiNatJooal 2 2N
National Sav A a Trust Tnatt3 231 PI art 34
Union Trust m mVaah 111Vash 331Wash
Wash Loan Trust TrnstUnUed ap 145 at
United States Trust 3J4 IK IKSAVINGS 1HSA 1 1SAVINGS
SAVINGS SA VIXGS BANK STOCKS STOCKSHome STOCKSHOlDe STOCKSHome
Home Savings SaYingsX JW JWMeren p pMereli
Meren X reIL Mech Savings avia s 1H 35 35Union ie 181
Union Savings 3M 315 11
Dime Savings Bank 11 B 13
East Wash SaT Bank 126 1
Provident Say Sa Bank l lFIRE IT ITFIRE nFIRE
FIRE INSURANCE IN5URA CE STOCKS STOCKSArlington rOCKSArlington STOcjzArlington
Arlington Fire Insurance In unJHeCOIR M MCom 14Corn
Com Fire Insurance InsuraneeCoreoran i iCorcoran iCoreoran
Coreoran Fire Insurance 77 77Firemens i7Flremens 77Firemens
Firemens Fire Insurance ura ee1 ee1FrankUn 38 p pFranklin z
Franklin Fire Insurance M 35Gen 4 42
Ger Amer Fire Ins InsNat 389 309 300at
Nat at Union Fire Ins 7 7Potomac 7Potomac 9
Potomac Fire Insurance 3t 14TITLE 3 3TITLE 3S 3STITLE
TITLE INSURANCE IXSURU CE STOCKS STOCKSColumbia STOCKSCoIumDi STOcKSCOlumbia
Columbia Title Insurance 4 4 S
Real Estate Title Insurance IDSUnulCet s 9 UN
Washington Tl Title e Insurance t t3iISCELLANBOUS ISCE 3MISCELLANBOUS
3iISCELLANBOUS SCE IDUS STOCKS STOCKSColonial STOCKSCoIonlaJ STOCKSCOlonial
Colonial Beach Co 36 36Emerson 15EJftelS8n 39Emerson
Emerson Steam Pump PumPi 35 3 31
Grapeophone Grap opbone com cornGraphophone 5 5Grapbopnone SGrapbopbone
Grapbopnone pC is
Merdh Trans Storage Mi MiSecurity JiSeetnity 13Security
Security Storage StorageWashington 3W 3WWashington 3IWtWashiDftOB =
Washington Market MarketNEW MMMMMMMMMMMMMMM MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMNEW MH MHNEW
NEW YORK CURB MARKET MARKETFmnlsfced hlARKETFurnl MARKETFurnished
Furnished Furnl ed to Tb The Washington WaM n OD neaes es by
Hairfraaa kCO < Ca 2 New ir York t Co 7J chDma chDmasaaaager Chti Chtia ch4tnateenager
saaaager a local branch Colorado baMdlnff bul4In bul4InOPllighLowcles
OpeBHtebLenrCfes Ope mgkLeWCl L
British Col Cop 4 P4 1 4 4 4Butte 4 ofit
Butte Coalition 18 18 JSGIl 18 1 33
Canadian Mines Co C 9 6 1 CK 5
Bay BayStateGee State Gas h i4 H
Chino Copper 15 1514 153 K 155 15 1 1S8
Chicago Subway 4 4j4 4 4 4l4 44 44Cobalt 41tCobalt 4S4Cobalt
Cobalt Central CentralCombiRAtioI 9 9 S 0
Combination Frac 47 47 47 47 4
Con ConAnIzSmLnew Ariz Smt new H 3 11 4
Ely Con 32 32 p 32 p pElyCentmat 32 32Ely 3Ely
Ely ElyCentmat ElyCentmatFlorence Central CentrlFlorence J
Florence 2 J 2Giroux 2 3k Z h 3A
Giroux Mining MiningGreeneCananea C F 1 K ft SYz
GreeneCananea 7 7 7 7 7Inspiration 7Inspiration 7Inspiration
Inspiration Copper 7 7 7 7Kerr 7 7Kerr 7KerrLake
Kerr KerrLake Lake 6 Sh 5 A Ii 6 A 6ft 6ftMiami 6i
La Rose Con 3 r T4 3 3Miami r rMiami
Miami Copper pper 3 18 1S lr 18 I8 = 1S 1SOhio 1s 1sOhio 1SOhio
Ohio Copper CopperRawhide Zh 2fr 2ti V 2 2Hawhide 2k
Rawhide Coalition 1 Ie 11 10 10 MRay 10Ray 10Ray
Ray Central CentralRay u 2V 21i 2 i 2 Va VaRay 14Ray
Ray Con on U 18 IS 1 IS IS ISV isWe J JVp
We V Vp > want any an person who suffers with withWlknisnes withMlJo withtIIotsnps
Wlknisnes MlJo nes > constipation constlpat Ion indigestion indigestionor I
or any liver or blood ailment to try I Iour Iour Iour
our PawPaw Liver Pills We V Vc guar cuarantec guarante
ante nt thtv th Y will ill purify the blood and andp andput andput
p put t the liver 1iv r and stomach to ° ach into a health healthf bNi1thrdl bealthlet
f let l con conoliti conlitkn liticn and will postively cure curebflMTOsness curebHioJIDfSS cUrCbiliousness
biliousness and constipation consti tion or we will willrefund willlfClInd willrefund
refund onr money money3VOJN moneyttNONg moneyMUNtVoNS
3VOJN ttNONg OJMS HOMSO HO HOMPIOPATIC ATHIC HOMFJ HOMFJREMBDY HOM HOMREMBDY HOMnREMEDY
REMBDY CO COP1ia > Pha Pa Pa4V
4V
LUMBER ROADS WIN WINTEMPORARY I11 I11TEMPO
TEMPORARY TEMPO RARYVICTO VICTORY VICTORYCommission RY RYCommission
Commission Halts Trunk TrunkLines TrunkLines TrunkLines
Lines In Revoking Traffic TrafficArrangements TrafficArrangements TrafficArrangements
Arrangements ArrangementsThe
The lumber interests of the West and andSeuvh andSuh andSouth
South doing business upon the small smalltember smallJember smalllumber
lumber roads have won a preliminary preliminaryvictory pretbnInarYvtctory preliminaryvictory
victory against the trunk lines linesThe linesThe linesV
The Interstate Commerce Commission Commissionhas V
has suspended the th move of ort the e trjink trjinklines trpnklines nk nkJtoe
lines in withdrawing traffic trat e arrange arrangements arranJements arrangemeats ¬
ments with the lumber roads roadsTn roadsT roadsTen
Tn T n days ago the lumber Interests Interestswhich InterestswJlehp Interestswhich
which In most cases owa ow the tap
lines became alarmed Tney gave out outthe oiltthe outthe
the statement here that If sill 1I Joint rate ratebusiness ratebusiness ratebusiness
business between the short sh rrt < railroads railroadsover railroadsover railroadsover
over which they send their product to tomarket tomarket tomarket
market and the blgcsr bl r roads with which
they connect was discontinued they theywould theywould theywould
would suffer In Infinite nlte damage damageUnder damageUDder damagaUnder
Under the old arrangement the small smallroads smallroads smallroads
roads were given a division of the freight freightreceipts frelgbtreceipts freightreceipts
receipts and by this means were able to tooperate tooperate toOperate
operate To take awayj awa that portion of oftheir oftheir oftheir
their revenue it was said s meant ruin ruinfor ruintor ruinfor
for some of the short roads and conse consequent consequent consefLuent ¬
quent loss to the lumbermen lumbermenThis lumbermenThIR lumbermenThirt
This view has been impressed upon uponthe
the Interstate Commerce Commission Commissionand
and already the tariffs of several big bigroads bigroads bigroads
roads making effective the with withdrawal withdrawal withdrawal ¬
drawal have been suspended Just as
fast as more tariffs of this Is character charactercome charaetercome charactercome
come in they will be given similar similartreatment similartroatment similartreatment
treatment treatmentIn
In the meantime the reads and the thelumber thelumber thelumber
lumber people are preparing to pre present present present ¬
sent their respective sides of o the thequestion theQUestI8R thequestion
question to the commission n All Inter Interests Interests intereats ¬
ests expect to have the matter settled settledearly settledearly settledearly
early this fall fallNext faitNext failNext
Next to th movement on the part of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the roads in the official and the Western Westera West Western ¬
ern classification territory to simul simultaneously sImultanoouly simultaneoualy ¬
taneously raise their rates the case caseof caseof caseof
of the lumber people is regarded as asthe asthe asthe
the most important matter now be before before ¬
fore the commission commissionOrders commissionOnlerssuspendIng commissionOrders
Orders OnlerssuspendIng suspending until January 5 5proposed 5proposed Sproposed
proposed cancellations of through rates ratesover ratesover ratesover
over tap 1a J lines were issued today against againstthe againstthe
the Kansas City Southern Texarkana Texarkanaand Texarkanaand Texarkanaand I
and Fort Smith Arkansas Western St StLouis StLouts StLouis
Louis and San Francisco Iron Moun Mountain Mounlain ¬
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FINANCIAL STATEMENTS STATEMENTSREPORT
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night at a political meeting III Dandalk DandalkAt DandalkAt
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