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of Living LivingfCBtiaa LivingC
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preference weC vert er rettremeat teplalMlon
Tn The TIMes has h proved conclogiv eOndUIVy tvq Hy that thatof
there I eQiDg Deed of the betterment bettenllelltor
or present conditions on as well a as showtep bowti
that some om prompt ateaauree meeur res ahoufci be
takes to eliminate superannuated em eMplOYes emt1oVp
plOYes t1oVp
The he fact that only IfiI positions out of o
14 HiOf1U ow having usv salaries increased w were re in
the classified class ed civil service was a reve Ye
ltton to hundreds of ppopte axsd should shou1
bave great ret weight w t on o Confess L That
t Congress ungre s appreciates 3PP1 pIn4 ± cter t in a measure r that
the cost of living is hlpber is g evidenced e
bv b the acton4ken acthon taken In the 14SQM Hi cases
Increase the salaries and the effi effttiency of fi ¬
ciency of o the service r will be raised to
a greater standard and the superannu
atlo atlop problem obetn will be solved S ved for t then
it will be an easy matter to get the
f iillett bill through The Tb old clerk will
give way to the new newS and au If he does
not measure op vp to the mark U I will be
an easy matter to set one eWbb who wl does for
when salary is worth w cth while men worth
l while whl win be after It It
However How ve as Ions as the salary is I only
enough to keep the wolf from the door
the labor goes to the place that will
take care of It best aDd the Govern
Bient ient will be forced to take wMtJs what Is left leftCa
Caaaet Take New Ckaaccs C aDcesA
A great majority of those ta the serv erv ¬
ice I cow ow came in when it was an easy
matter to o take a dollar to market rket and
bring home what two t donar dolIarrwtfl wiH H hardly
buy now aad moot of them are e too old
in the servIce to take new JHtWcares basincac
cares and chances
My plea pI is to increase all salaries and
then take care car of these old and faithful faithfulemployes fatt faftfsiinpIoye3 M MmpIoYe8
employes and provide for those who whoshaD
shan folfew them themEngland UIeaLEDtan4
England 1 is today suffering terribly be benot De
came uaee who ruled In t paM did cItdnot
not realize that the greatest t piece of ofl
l legislation was to provide wellpaid la ¬
bor for its subjects An uncertain pen pension p Inzoloa ¬
sion ton system was adoptedand ndopted Jand for years yearsthe yearsthe
the employee ye have groxaott grqli d under the thepain
pain of poor salaries iarie iithtbe t th the prospect prospectof
of getting getttv a a pension when old aDd aDdcreptt de decrepit ¬
crepit crepitguided crepttLDei6
LDei6 9aa m nbdld take beed aM be beguided beguided
guided by the experience sad ta taInstances a many
Instances of other countries and at tile tbeoutset tileout theoutse
outset e should put salaries on a ttvteg rtn rtnbanks
basis and then take IMMEDIATE IJtDEDIA TE steps stepsband elopeto
to r ire Ute UteTbee aged agedThere
There ace abundant Dt relUiOllS OR every
band to prove ree why salaries of the civil civilservice dYlIseniee cIVIlerrice
service anpioyes T should be increased eeed to tokeep tokeep tokeep
keep ritf ritfliving i with the JDcrea IDg eo of oCli1ng
living li
livingSalaries Salaries Reaaia tie t e Same SameDuring SameDuriag Sa SaDuring
During the iast few years the era eraployers empJoyen e eployers
ployers of labor in this country have haveexperienced haveexperienced Y Yt
experienced t a degree of prosperity sever severbefore DeVerbefore nevezbefore
before attained a < but prices have Jumped Jumpedahead JuMpedahead Jampedahead
ahead and since 1Iee UB the salaries of o eGoverJUDeBt IbeGovernment the theGovernment
Government employes nave practically practicallyremained practicallyremained
remained stationary stationaryFrom atationaryFrom stationaryProm pracUcalIT1
From the oneman btecksoith stoop sIIeItto shefto
to the Miltondollar steel Reelfrom corporation corporattoafrom corporationfrom
from the onehorse cabman to the thecontineotencirclteg UtecontiDeGteadrdla thecontfneotendrcllng
contineotencirclteg railroad from the thelittle thellttle thelittle
little tc tt4WJI wn council to t te e great Gov Government GoverJUDeRf Governmew ¬
ernment of the ti United States pros prosperity M08pertty proeierIty ¬
perity J vi 36 waved Its goKen golq eD banner and anderery Bdeyer I ICTOTY
erery buyer 17er of labor has felt the touch touchof touchof toed I Iof
of tb tidTe nagic wand This is all well welland welland I Iand
and good every one has at a measure measurereaped measurePaped
reaped some fruits from this general generalprosperity geDenro gener t tprosperity
prosperity ro and the man who labors laborswhether lorawhether
whether it be In the holds belli behind the thecounter thecounter thecounter
counter in th the pulpit or In the Gov Government Govrn Governme ¬
ernme ernment rn service erv > has bad steady em employment eRIJloIDeDt ¬
4 ployment if not increased wages lid aadior lid10r and I Ibr
ior this th be should and does feel feelthankful I
thankful thankfulBut thankfuLBut thankfuLBut
But during duzin this same period the cost costof eoetof cooiof
of living I1 Dg has increased in leaps and aa
bounds This may have been caused ed edly L LI
ly I v Tilgh tariffs tarii by monopolistic tie combi combinations COIIIbIna combiBations ¬
nations na tlon or 4 by any of half dosen other othercauses otherca otheicaLbea
causes ca The cause fa not b lportRt important
It is the facts that count In view Del aadas Delas anc I Ias
as a result of this greatly greatJycost increased increasedcost I Icost
cost of living aad of the remarkaMe remarkaMeera r rra
era ra of prosperity ty they were enjoying enjoyingmany eojeytamany enjoyingmany
many employers ye of o labor have toi tAn tAnt n ntariiy ntarily
tariiy t increased the waives of their theirmeasure theire thou thouerr1oyee1
e err1oyee1 = yes thus sharing with them themmeasure a ameasure
measure of their own increased ed earn earnings earnIngs earnIngs ¬
ings IngsC9Dgre
Ceagress lacreased Own Pay PayCongress f fCongress
Congress acting on the same plea pleahave Ilea118Y8 plea1ave
have seen fit to increase their own ownsalaries OWRsalaries I Isalaries
salaries 5 W per cent and they have been beenscarcely benBCarcely t tscarcely
scarcely less generous with the Presi President President i ident ¬
dent the Cabinet officers afed tae taearmy thearmy th tharmy
army and navy Yy personnel These In Increases 10crea ¬
creases e < were allowed allow not because 8ecu e it itwas I I
was 8 wortk more or required more skill sklUor skillor 1
or labor to perform the duties of these theseoffices theseoffices thenofes C
offices now than formerly but solely solelyon nolel r
L on account of the th increased cost of ofliving or1iving o ojvlng C rC
living 1ivingThere i iThere I IThere
There are several thousand clerks clerksbookkeepers eletksh001ckeepen cleiktf
bookkeepers and other minor classes of ofemployes orempl o f
employee empl in the departments ts in Wash Washit h oL L
it srton ton on and scattered over the country countryw
w T0 70 o have ha to live on their salaries or orwaves orWe5 o r
waves They depend like others on onthei 011f ci It rIt
thei f hei P wages being bei paid on the same samescute JIameIWRIoE cie e
scute esk of wages fixed by Congress C ° Itgr in MS MSfTbfcr 1ScntiF I I
fTbfcr Tb1 i e not o literally true for the scale scaleas sealeas caI caIas C
as Jiitd to 1953 run from SlTJW to TUSW TUSWs 1 1s
s SiCO rtce e hat time it has been lowered so soas IJOs s 0
as s to range e from Silt to 10 Skfla per aa aaJIU ADnID asnuk sI I
JIU H If they were paid Justly u in K53 K53and JSS3 JSS3aDd
and CtMucress eas fixed ftx < their pay then tbentt tbenttt thenIwouid it itwould
t would certainly seem Bee that they are un underpaid 111IdeJ ust ¬
t derpaid deJ Ir 1 a Congressman o now nowIr = ma feels teeh the Increase t e in incost InCOtzt I Ioat U
cost oat of living on his S6 J6W salary why whyshould whyshould wh whii
should not the clerk ceT on W WIt 3 to fl lIK M fed fedIt feelIt fe1 fe1It ii
It also
alsoDepead Depend DepeJMlfG W pn Wages fer Living LivingThe Livingbe
The OoverJllDeDt Government employe pIeoe aepemfe 01 01bIs o n nhis i
his wages for a JITt ItVP nvag He has h no ba baisnBiltv In2ntnIty I
isnBiltv 1 G1itT from hard iiai Times and Ms bIO grooerymaa bIOlJerymaa
oerymaa aad coal dl dealer i l r favor Mm with withno withDO wit it
no rebates ie A cabbage for bIn diane dteaerwhose dianeosts r rosts
osts him no teen thaD It dGe the thewhoae ma a awhose
whose salary has been increased IDcr Lull 5 S per percent pecent pe I Icent
cent centemploye All Al this Is true of ev0t7 wino mIDoremploye C
employe in Washington the theIn mechanics mechanicsin 5
in th tM Navy Yard Yai and the Government Governmentemployes Govenuaeatemploes Goverumeeemployee mechanicIt It
employee throughout t1u t11 1Oat the country for all allthe aUthe a II IIthe
the arguments in favor of f increasing increasingsalaries JIIetMSi JIIetMSiIarlea g gsalaries
salaries Iarlea of those U employed Ied in Washing Washington Wsshtn Wsshtnton lton ¬
ton are OfjuaHv e uaHv as a forceful fol in behalf of ofthose ofthose C c cthose
those ecrptoved IIrploy elsewhere elsewhereAt e eAt
At the time u L8 was us fixed xd as the themaximum tJtemaxllnum th C CF
maximum salary salary of o the ordInary Gov Government GovErnm Gouernnt F ¬
ernment Dt cl clthose derk < t 1ess tb haa 1 nor cOat ceattho t tthose
those tho in the > classified > service Stniceto rcei e eTU 0Lseto
TU Lseto to be t fair copyist pyst was Wot atall ab Wotall it itall
all that was required rq ulrnl in order ier M be berated beratftl b 0 0rated ¬
rated F erf eMctfnt etent JCow OW it Is safely safet fee s se sethitt T Tthat
that h4t there tII re art nlentv of o places pIac in oe oedepartments die diedePN1lents u
departments orTJne fn2 a meager m > ag H4f9 Ull per pert eramri p ur r
amri Aar r which even DOt no t a few raera cu cuV t
Final Arguments A guments on Retirement to Be BePrinted BePrinted BePrinted
Printed Tomorrow TomorrowAt I IAt
At the urgent request of the advocates of the retirement plans discussed discussedin discussein
in thisnewspaper this newspaper this week we The Times will print tomorrow five fivereparate fivereparate fivereparate
reparate articles in summary of the arguments presented in the last lastfive lastfive lastfive
five days daysThe daysThe daysThe
The writers w ters of the articles asked for an opportunity to sum SUIJ up their theirarguments theirarguments theirarguments
arguments and refute certain statements s that have appeared and andThe andI1e andThe
The I1e Times gladly gla ly consented te the grand finale finaleThose finaleTho finaleThooe
Those e who will write rite te the articles to appear tomorrow will be the same samepersons samepersons samepersons
persons who argued at length in these columns in the past five dcys dcysThey dcyThey
They are areFor areF areFor I
For F r straight pension pensionM M M F ODonoghue president of the t e United States StatesCivil StatesCivil State3Civil
> Civil Service < e Retirement Association AssociationAgainst AssociationAgainst AssceiationAgainst
Against straight pension pcnsionDr Dr jDr Llewellyn Jordan secretary of tit t th United UnitedStates UnftedStates UnftdStates
States Civil Service e Retirement A Association AssociationFor ciationFor
For the contributory plan planHerbert Herbert D Brown author of the Gillett bilL hilLAgainst bilLAgainst bilLAgainst
Against the contributery plan pI nMia3 Mi Ethel M Smith of the Bureau ef efFisheries efFi ofFiohe
Fisheries FisheriesFor Fi Fiohe heries heriesFor es esFor
For salary increases incre lcs first firstJoseph Joseph W Back Bnck editor e of the Washington WashingtonInvestigator WashingtonInvestigator WashingtonInvestigator
Investigator InvestigatorDetails InvestigatorDetails I IDetails
Details ef the poll of the employes te be conducted by y The Times will willhe winbe I
be announced early next week
bern rs of ro < oagres omgrewouId r would find it difficult dlmcuItto
to Qualify QualifyResources QUalifYResources cuaItfscResources
Resources Have Increased IncreasedXowbere IncreasedNowhere
Nowhere hi it argued that the re resources re80urces reurces ¬
8 sources so urces and preside prest of the Govern Governthe Government Governeet
B ment m eet have DOt bunreased re or that thatthe thate
t the th e same S degree of g uWt wth and pros prosperity prosperity ptoserIty ¬
perity v with which private employes employeshave employssave
have h ave been favored faYor has not blessed our ourgreat oargrent 0evreat
g great reat Government GovernmentThe GovernmentTill
The wealth of our country in 1865 115 as ascompared ascompared asmpared
c compared co mpared with now Is as a a mole bill hfllto hmto billa
ti to a mountain or a star to the SUB The Thethe TIMwork
work w > ork scope resources aDd influence of ofthe ofe
t the th e National Government Gov nRteftt have multi multiplied muttlied ulti ultiplied ¬
p plied p lied broadened been enhanced and andspread aR4Ispread andpread
s spread during that time as have he tfeose tfeoseof tttoeeot tboef
a of f no private enterprise enterpriseYet enterpriseYet e
Yet again and again have hayefirms prfvatfirms prfvat thiThtIrms
f firms fi rms increased the wages of their em employes employeJ emIoee ¬
I ployes p Ioee though many of them are yet yetKid yet1I yetndemald
T ndemald Kid 1d while whl the Government which whichr whichhofl
s hofl r take e th the lead te dealing de Justly justlynt
if r not D genT generously ty with Its empteyeE empioy has hasaile4
I failed f during durl all this long period to tofrrant toJTIlnt torant
i frrant g rant any Increase 1 88e whatever to the
j larger la rger part of its great body of serv servants rvaDts servnts ¬
ants aDtsMembers a nts
Members of Cbngres with the best bestof
of o < f intent IntenUs ntentia TIB reformers both real l and
bogus b ogus and nany others have from time timeto timeto timeo
to t o time accused accn ed some so te > f the big corpor corporations corportions ¬
f ations a of failing to apportion to the real realproducers rea1producers
producers pr oducers their employee pIoye a large largeenough
enough e bar of their Bet earnings earningsLess earningsLesI
Less Liberal Than Others OthersThese OthersTbeee
These accusations were in most cases casesJust casesust
j Just ust enough perhaps per but It is a fact
that th tht at the most soulless corporation In Inmore
the t he land ha DOt been Ie liberal Or Ore
more e m ere parsimonious = with th its workers k kStat than ttauas
has h hS as the Government of t the United =
States Stat S tates with its lower grade depart departmental departmental
mental m ental employes employesXOW
Xow is I the time to make amends amendenever
Now N ow is the time to n the 81ari salaries lot lotDeV forever
never DeV n ever was more money needed by the
long l ong suffering sufferln Government employe
Raise RaJ e the salaries sa1arl and then provide
for f or the retirement of superannuated em ¬
ployes p Higher HiJ Hl bpr 1 salaries will salve the thesuperannuation thesvpecannuatlon theuperannuation
superannuation s problem problemi problemTARIFF
Members of Congress Confer Con ConII ¬ I I
fer With President P esiderit on onSubject 1
Subject SubjectA
i ige
A son ge era conference took place at atWIIIte the theWMte tie C
WMte HOMe today between Ute Pre president tdent ¬
dent and members of the House inter interested mt mtelKed interested < ¬
ested in the passage e of a tariff tarI commis commission com comsIon ¬
sion bill ThIs assembling ass mWing w of states statesmen JftteJDM1 statesmen ¬
men followed tolJow the consideration eoQ of the thetariff thetart th 0 0board
tariff < board pI plan by the Cabinet vaster vasterday JMteday yoeterday
day dayRepresentatives
Representatives D Delzell lz ll Dwight and an f
Calderhead of the Ways and aDdleaDS Means
Committee and Hinsnaw of the Inner insurgent Ja urbent Innergent ¬
gent wing of the party were in consulta ¬ I
lion with wI 1 tbe
Chief Executive over the Iii e ewhich
legislation tlon which is to become the one on C
big issue when Congress e88 reassembles rea S
after the holidays holidaysPlan hoIhiaysPlan holidaysPlan
Plan Favered FaveredThe FaveredTile
The LoagwmTli plan n is most favorably favorablyconsidered favwa fayecabiconsidered ly lyO V
considered O Mi ere41 This has the general ap approval ap ai aiptoval ¬
proval of the members of f the Cabinet Cabinetttne Cbloefld
anel fld it is DOW t th PreeWeats pwrpe prp to I 0
line up his friends on et the Ways and andMeans an anMease 0I I
Means Committee in favor of it it That Thatis TlaatIs The t ts
is i s why he called in the three influential I
rorml mLer er of tb the committee today and an tI
laid the bill before them
The oth other K day Representative Repre Payne
chairman of th the committee called and andI an a
prom promkod the general eneral tarIff board plan It
his support He did I not DOt however go gi 0
into I nto the details of it He said that he ii e
wanted to see the Mil before he com
mitteed himself e1 as to its possible po ¬
visions visionsRepresentative vIs lsIomRe
Representative Re entatlve Hiosfeaw the insurgent ln urgent I
te willing to nght for the Taft plan I
He told tnu President Pre ldent so today When Whenmaaeat rt I Ihe
he came utt Be 8EL said he believed a per
maaeat tariff tat II commission ton would be b 0
authorized 4t t this session He is I con I ¬
cerned though over the possibility J of e f I
action comiH cominxtoo too late in the House for fo e r
Senate concurrence concuireficeWalsh concurrenceWalsh II
Walsh Case Nearly Ready ReadyThe ReadyThe
The papers in the Walsh WaJ h pardon case casewill cas 0 0will I
will reach t tte > e President shortly sb rt1y after afterthe af to V VthO i
the nrst of the year according to the theresentative lii
tnfonnatJon br broeght t out today by p I
resentative r Cullop after his ts callat call at the tb d I
White bite House The T epart3tent DePartneUL > or Jus T s i
tice t it seems Is making Dlaki a brief of tint tintI th tl tliietldous Is iIs i
I ItethJon8 > etitioiis and reasons why the banker bankershould bankeishould
should be released and as soon as this thi iS g
is ready rea y it will be submitted to the Ui 0 i I
President for acticn acticnF acti 1l 1lm
F ri W Page a prominent American Americanminer n nminer n
miner m in Mexico caRed to see the Pros 4 I
dent today and was introduced by Hep RepI Re Represenlative
presentative Englebright E fle ribht of California L Llie
lie toiu tot the President that the adminte admintetratton admlnlsItraUou r rtralion
tratton in Mexico and fully 89 per cent centof cer it itof t I
of the people there were friendly I ndly to the thepeople tt to toof e I
people of the United States StatesThe
The entire South Dakota delegation delegationcalled delegationCSJte delegatloeaI1ed it i I
called < on the th President Pr ldent today tod y but buteach he ut it itsch t
each member denied any kaewledg 0 s
of the ethers visit vl violtSecret lt I ISecret
Secret Uncovered UncoveredIt
It was anallyJearaed that the Dako Dakotans Dakotails p ptng I
tans were interested in the the sueceseor sueceseorto sueceseeto er erto
to United States District < Judge Car Carland CarI Carland
land that each of them was on a dif differeat dltferent dIIforest
forest tack and that each w was as keep ices iceslug
in lug r a Jittie ittle secret from the other otherSenator etherSenator otherSenator
Senator Bradley Representative RepresentativeI R pre eRUltive eRUltiveIngley 0 0Langley
I Langley and Representativeelect RepretleDtat1veelectCaleb t taIeb
Caleb aIeb Powers saw the President to today tocJay tc
day sy in the interest of Edwin Marrow Marrowfor tcii ii s
for the United States attopneysbip Matrea in inthe Intbe I a
the Bastern astern district of o Kentucky Mr MrMorrew XrVOlTew M Ir r I
Morrew is a nephew of Senator Brad Bradley Bradley Brade Braddcgat4on I ¬
ley leyA e A delegation composed oCCorp 0 o Corp James JamesTanaerT Jam TIDTanner I
Tanner Col Thomas S Hopkins and andOen and1PA an ii 1 i
Oen J 1 S Burdett called on the Presi Presideat Presid Prosdent anI I
dent d Dt today to indorse the reappolntBient reappolntBientof It Itof t
of Pension Commissioner COIB John R King Ki Kin Kin5o r
Tfeejr 5o were mce neearaged ed to beH beliwe ve that thatthe Ulattlte the Lt Ltthe t
the ComBHAsstoafir CeoIlRisst need e have e ae Baeesi Baeesise 1taeasinees I Iabset
se nees about the t dPresWeafs rsldea s sefioa Com Oomntioofoaer Gonrelwioner
n ntioofoaer Xiwtfs XI ierat terr e the will ex exwire e c cpire
pire wI within a w des
A A A President Expects
100000 Owners to Be BeEnrolled BeEnrolled
Enrolled EnrolledBy
It tIteIre4Iktloo tbe predlctioB of Robert P S SpreaMent Ho Hpc
preaMent of o the American Attt AuLsms MMI MMIjhssoefeition I Ienocltlsi
jhssoefeition A te realized JCOOOd owner el ela1ltoaKbA4s a C Catttom t
atttom a1ltoaKbA4s < bHes will l be Included in tHe tHemembersMp ebenIIrip
m membersMp benIIrip of the organlzaMon before beforeJanuary bet l lTau1larl C
January J anuary 1 i J JI JIThe i2 i2Tbe
The national organization with its JuState In I
State S tate associations as and city crabs is I a anecessity ays I L
necessity n says ys President Hooper in ob obtamtng obtA
tamtng t the advancement a VACemefit aad betterment bettermentof t
of o f automobile conditions generally
One of the things thin s for which this or orgmateatioa or1oR oraninatlon
g gmateatioa 1oR is fighting is the enactment enactmentof ea enactmenf eteDt eteDtor
of o f Federal
a automobile regiscrattoo T TJaw
law l aw The Th latest report te that tills bill billnow bWDeW billow
now n ow before Congress C mgre s will be reported reportedafter repone4after roporto
after a fter the holiday recess Charies Gbr105erry T TLs
TorrY T erry e e of the leoislathe Doar4 Doar4tllree henrif
o f the three As Ls who w O was in Washing Washingoe ¬
ton t oe last wek w ek says saysI 58UI
UI I Ave ave had recently a conference conferencewith
with w ith the members of the subcommittee subcommitteewhich 14Ht
which w hich has the th bill in coarse at attlme which whichtime
time t w We went over the whole wholeaatIIJad4NiJy measure measuresatisfactorily inomurosatisfactorIly
th satisfactorily straightened ghteRtMI out t what whaad
bad h ad theretofore appeared to be the only soI soIifficulty y
difficulty d remaining aad by b alteration alteradoun Oll i
in I n phraseology satisfied
apparently ppre tly
the t tI he desires de of the subcommittee Whit C Cn
in I tt n Washington Wa hl gto and at the request of oftno ofUte o C Che
Ute t he subcommittee I rem remodeled l a tb u bill billin I Iu
in i u some few respects had th Ute Utepat Mia Miapot seenet
pot p pI et in form ornc for the pufrtic0 prteter Cooit CooitIt WtIt i
po It It I t with aa order from the chairman chairmanof eba ebaor I
of o f the committee eoom and had it reprinted reprintedand rlnt I
and a nd on the tables of the members of 0 C i
the subcommittee by the next morning morningso
so s o that the subcommittee mmlttee might bve bveaa hay C Cit I IAll
aa s sI it executive session with reference to toX t C Ct I IIt
X It I sp t This te 1 called the seeOBrt secon4 committee committeeprint eosnmttjdnt I
print p dnt or the tb bilL I am informed I that thattbe thatUte lbs
Ute t he committee 1tas hoe been examining eDUl een8I eonidering eon eonsMerteg
sMerteg 8I s aDd dfecussingr dt mg th u bill In Hs Hsrecent Itrecent It
recent r print almost from day y to day dayaad y
aad a nd that action may rsa be erpected e er ported apon up datI I
It i t directly after the Christmas recess
The subcommittee members are re giving tv
the measure exhaustive and ancl1ng psjzrtak pejztaIag
ing l ag consideration COD8Id in xwder to make It I I
letter perfect and to put it in uch quc
form as to make it acceptable to a aconsiderable aconelderable
considerable majority of o the members membersof S Sor
of Congress CongressIf C CIt
If the expectations of the thepnNDOterS thepnNDOterSof promoters a athe
of ° the theeleveDth eleventh annual international Snt au automoblle aatomoblle I Itomoblie
tomoblle show and the first internation international I ¬
al aviation sl show ow are realized re ItM ItMol thousAads thousAadsof h hOf
of NeW lookers and visitors from Wash Washington WIUIbIIgtOR I ¬
ington and other cities will surge to tonight to toDleht tonight ¬
night through the doors of Grand Car Central C8fttm I Itial
tral Palace in New York MaJ Gen C
Frederick Dent Grant U S A A c con ll1 m mmander I
mander of the Department of the Bast Bastaccompanied taccomPADled s saccoinptnled
accompanied by three aides Col ColpIten Ste Stepfcen Stephen
pfcen C Mills General Staff Cape C C CW
W Fonton Second Cavalry aDd First FirstLieut FirstLJeut Fbi i
Limit Marion W v Howze First Field FieldArtiHery FIeldArt1Iier Fiel Fbid d
Artillery will open the < < show with Fiela an anaddress Iladdress a aaddress a
address on the use and need need of the au automobile automobile at attomobile ¬
tomobile and aeroplane In modern war warfare we wefare ¬
fare He will conclude with a welcome welcometo wconi
to both exhibitors and a an 1 visitors Follow YoUoWRb FMloiI r
1ng Rb thie speech the general will V b ten tenthe tordoted I
tiered a recepuon reception on the mall floor 0 0the if
the exposition meeting many automo automobile automobile autoen4bile
bile and aviation men menSeventythree menSeveDtythree menSeventythree
Seventythree exhibitors or automo automobllesSwill automobI antoinebileswill
bllesSwill bI w1l1 display as man roam varieties of ofcars ofcars ofcars
cars on the main and first balcony aoora aooraof 1OorsoC oors oorsof
of the th palace many of the makers show showing h shgiwlog w wing
ing several types Visitors Vlsit > rs will find ther therte th therchoice <
te a choice of anything from light run runabouts runabouts ronracing ¬
abouts racing cars limousines and andtouring aDdtouriDt andtouring
touring machines to coal trucks bag bagsage baIge baggage
sage ge wagons and business s delivery delh ery cars enIof carsof
of endless end s sort to attract their atten attcntion attention attentlon
tion Not only the hardened deal deahtrbut deahtrbuttile dealer r but butthe
the man who has never owned an au automobile autem antomobfte ¬
tomobile tem will look them over with close closeattention cloneattention eattenUon
attention attentionIt
It is believed that a new nighwater hIghwatermark bighwatermark nighwatermark
mark in n the Intelligent manufacture of ofthe orthe ofthe
the modern American automobile will be bereac bereached
reached reac ed in the annual meeting meetln of the theSociety tlteSocIety theSociety
Society of Automobile Engineers to be belieI4
heW at tbe Automobile Club of America Americaon
on January II and 12 Ii More than 3M 311JlMDlbers t tiflflbtS
nwnbers will attend the gathering The Thesodety Thewill
society will enter the new year with withmeutbershlp a amembership amembership
membership roil of over 600 09 names namesn namesCOt
comprising COt g the ablest engineers and tel scientinc 8eIeDUlIc telentifte
entinc experts connected with the auto automobile autoJftObile automobile
mobile industry The society under the thepresidency Utepre thepresidency
presidency pre of Howard E E Coifin famous famousas
as an engineer and designer de of antoine antoinehUes utomobiles
biles has nearly trebled Us member membership
ship in less than a years yea s time and will willprobably willprobably willprobably
probably reach the thousand t ou nd mark markwithin
within a very ery few ew months The ThelOelety ThelOeletyIaS society societyhas
has set for Itself as a chief work TJ tJIe Ijiestandarllzatlofl e
standardization of the technical and slidconstructive
constructive work of the domestic domesticmotor domesticmotor tte
motor car field a movemen round to tobe tobe
be vitally necessary In a trade of such suchtremendously suchtreJRendOU5ly suchtremendouslY
tremendously rapid growth holding boldingIt as asit asIt
it does the fifth firthperhaps perhaps th that j fourth fourthplace fourthplaee fourthplace
place in the scale of industries industriesply InduztrlesThe
The Commerclal AutqrnobU and Sup SuppiT Supply i
ply Company reports t tlivery the sale aDd fie fielivery dolivery
livery of a Studebaker electric victoria victoriate
te Dr A AC C McDonald McDonaldKmerson IcDonaldI McDonaldEmertOn
Emerson Ovine agents for the De D Dttott Dotroll
troll electric have been advised thai thaiU thcte thalthe
U te e Anderson Carriage Company build builders bjij bjijera b Ud Uders
ers of the he Detroit electric have changed c aDgedUte i
Ute corporate c name of the company to totile tothe
the Anderson Electric Car Company CompilIlYThe CompanyS CompanyThe
The Flanders 29 which whlc h recently recentlybroke recen recentlybroke y yroke
broke the Paci Paclil c coast nonstop record recordt
of 4FSStJ 4l miles es has continued its run and andIs andhe
te now rapidly nearing tb tire > worlds roe IConl roeord
oni of Mteuir H lXi ruUas in Mas The car is covering coveringover CJTerl CJTerlower coveringover
over 9W miles daily in and about Leg LegAngeles
Angeles and andcanies carries regularly aa 31server ob observer Ohserver
server representing the Southern CaN CaNfornia ea eaforma gft gftforum
forma Automobile A toDob e Association
Eleven Eleven1 Churches to Hold HoldSeries HoldSeries HoldSeries
Series of Meetings All AllNext AllNext AlNext
Next Week WeekSteven WeekBIeYea
Steven Mt Pleasant Ple omtrches ohurch are areuattmg are1IIIItiag
uattmg fer 4r New ew Year servfbos to be beIMM beJMN
IMM throughout urt the coming veok ve k The Thechurches Th ThcbUrebe
churches are the Methodist t Bplsoepal BplsoepalChurch l lurdt
Church urdt South S tk Evangelical Lutheran LutheranSodetv Lutheranor
Sodetv of Friends Methodist Protestant ProtestantSt taDt taDtSL
St Stephens Episcopal fourth ourth Presby Presbyterian Pre b bteri ¬
terian Immanuel Baptist Mt Pleasant PleasantCoRgregatioftI P PI t3it t tCo
Co CoRgregatioftI Calvary Methodist Epte Eptexypal EpIWhttDeT pie
iopal xypal Whitney A Avenue Te Memorial and andDtoUpici aDdDlktpktJ
DtoUpici Diotl of Christ The services ervl will be beat beat
at S oclock each evening eyeJ ng and after fte two twobrief tW6b
brief introductory talks will be opep opeppDerl for forgeneral forgeneral
general discussion discussionThe dJ lon lonrite
The following services have been be n ar arranged artor
ranged for Monday January 2 at St StStephens Stepbea Sttepbens
Stephens epbea Episcopal Church the in inspiration iDoans InspirtIou ¬
spiration Mans Need and His Ra RaHaiotw R9II8tuaa ReCapacity
Haiotw Capacity the Rev G F Dod DttdI Dodtoy
I toy uCo Communion With God the Rev RevC RevC
I C H Butler Tuesday January T nuary Z J at atFourth atFourth atFourth
Fourth Presbyterian Church Thirteenth Thirteentharfd Tbtr1o Thirteenthd enth enthaM
arfd ai aiJe d Fairmont streets 3t the motives motivesLove moU moULove motivesLove
aiK Love to Man the Rev Joseph T TK TKdly Telly
K Kdly elly My Love to God the Rev P W WJeffries WJdrnu Wifrics
Jem Jeffries Je ifrics Wednesday W y January 4 at Im Immanuel Immanuel Iraanuel
manuel m anuel Baptist Church Sixteenth street streetand atreetand streetnd
and a nd Columbia road the hindrances ulJt ulJtthe In Inthe I Ihe
the t he Development of Personal Charac Character CJIaraeter ¬
ter te r the th Rev H S So Pinkham In the therformaace theptdormanee
tep ptdormanee p rformaace of Religions ReHdoue Duties the theev thetev
tev 11 ev L E Purdum Punlumhuntdav Thur Thursday day January Januaryat
So at Mt t Pleasant Congregational CongregationalChurch
Church C Columbia Colum le road near Fourteenth Fourteenthi Foult4MIthatreet
i street st stD reet the exprestrioa UDut Duty At Our OurDoor
stU Door D oor the Rev F J Goodwin The
Universal U Scope of the Gospel peJ the Rev
Jy J D Clark Friday January 6 at Cal CalvaryMethodist CalyazyJleth
varyMethodist y Jn ary tetbodlst dt Church Columbia road roadaemr roadear
aemr n ear Fifteenth street atr t the rewards rewanisof
Fttttness of Life on Earth the Rev RevDawnon
Joseph J 1a Dawson The Crown of Eternal
JJ Jtte ije i no tbe Rev Walter W lter F Smith Sub ¬
ject je jela ct Th The True Christian Life LJt
In Georgetown also J o during the oom
lag la g week eek churches will in unite for forservices foraerYlees forrvices
services se set rvices to initiate the new year e All
these t m 1Dettn mestthjs tin cs will begin at I oclock
In < he following six churches
Monday Mt Tabor T bor Methodist Prot Protestant ¬
estant e Church with Dr C L Pate Pateas PateaspaMtor Patepastor i
as aspaMtor pastor Tuesday Evangelical Luth Lutheran Lutberaa ¬ i
ran e Church the Rev J 1 L L Klbler Klblerednesday
Wednesday W Calvary Methodist etbodl t Church
South S the Rev E E I r Hess Waring
Ph P b D I Thursday West Street Pres ¬
byterian bYt b riB Church b l the Rev E L LauchamJ Leauchamt
Bcaucharar B auchamJ Friday Congress Con ee Street
Methodist 3 t Protestant Church Dr
James J amos T datshall ar halL halLttBHIOlU
City Gov Government rnment Reports ReportsAmong Reportskmpng ReportsAffing i
Among Other Things 504 504Marriage 504Marrjage j
Marriage Licenses LicensesWASHTMGTON LicensesI LicensesWLSHIXOTON
ww t edu ec the lb old y yoac 8lc eta i
tIIiItb t azs Ja order 1ft Alexandria to ay i
MIld a nd tbe t ftntowin t t stataaiente ttti wer were this thismorning tblsIIIIOrIItIJ thisee
morning m ee given mt < ut by th tile Jiffereot de departments de departmeata doartmeats ¬
partments p of the State and city gov government govrnm ¬ i
ernment e rnm nt Clerk Greenaway of o the cor corporation eecourt ¬
poration uJt ourt reports that during the thepast thepast
past year J6X 2 deed were records soy seventyseven aevatY soyentyseven ¬
entyseven atY I suits
entered ten wftta pro probated preated ¬
bated b fortynine charter granted six sixestate sbestate sixi 1
estate administered edAIICI and 3N 4 marriage marriagellccn geJt i
Jt l llccn icenses as issued In the circuit court courtthirtytwo eoantIIkt7two courthirtytwo b
t thirtytwo salts were entered tweoty twentysix
six t ix wile probated probatedr and tea estates o ad administered aded administered ¬
ministered ministeredCity ministeredCty ed edCIty
City Sergeant R H Cox gives oat oatthe eMItthe outile
the t ile following fol statement At the eaodrla Alex Alexandria Alexcky ¬
andria city jail daring the yaer y r there therewere I lOC8WeIe therewere
were coadtoed ttte fivBowiag anaibar ef efprteoners orpr1 ofprinoirernlit
prinoirernlit oAr pr1 132 White mules four f white whitefemales whitefemale whiteemales
females f 181 I colored males and seventy seventytwo seT8IItytwo seventycolored
two colored females feaialmChief t tCbIeC femalesChief
Chief of Police C c T G aoe ode reports reportsthat
that t during durlD the year 14C 1 prisoners prisonerswere prisonerswere PI PIWJe
were held at the pone headquarters
Police Justice Harry B Catoa reports
that t during the year 1387 1 l3 prisoners prisonerswere pri onerswere prisonerswere
were tried which te aa Increase l ereee over o overof
1S of twentyfour During UN l fines finesto Anesto meno
to t o the amount of Ilf4it X474J 4144 were col collected collected coleeter ¬
lected t which Is an B increase se over overThe 1000 1000Th
Th TH SuiMfey SaMl y school of Bethany Inde Independent lDdeeI1 Independent ¬
pendent Methodist Protestant Church Churchheld Churchheld Churchheld
held Its Christmas Cbri celebration at the thechurch tbechurch thechurch
church last evening The cantata cantataKrtes cantata cantataKra cantataErha
Krtes Kriagie and his Crew Crewgiven was wasgiven wps wpsgiven
given by the pupils of the Sunday SundayseaooL Sundayschool
school A gold medal was awarded awardedMiss awan1e4XbIs awardedMisa
Miss Nellie Archer for not having havingmissed ha havinguised
missed r eQ a stogie BID session of the Svaaay Svaaayschool Svndaycboot ada ada8CbooI
school since its organization
Up to t noon today Bank ExamlDerCoates ExamInerGoatee Examiner ExaminerCoatee
Coates of the United States Treasury vry
Department had not arrived in this city
but was expected peeted late this afternoon afternoonwhen afternoonwhen afternoonwhen
when be will at once > > ke charge of ofdallS the theaffairs theaffairs
affairs of the Virginia VI lnl Safe Deposit Depo t and andTrust aDdTrust andTrust
Trust Corporation which closed Its Itsdoors Itsdoors itsdoors
doors last Thursday It was Intended Intendedby Intendedby
by Attorneys Moncure Moncure00th Waniget WanigetGoth Wamplerh
Goth of Alexandria county to this thismorning t tmorning h
morning make application to Judge Bar Barley BarleT Barhey ¬
leT in the Corporation Court for or the theappointment theappointment theappointment
appointment of a coreceiver r for that thatbant thatban
ban bant but owing to Judge Tud e Barley being beingout beln belnout beingout
out of the city the application app catlon was not otm tiotmde notmtde
mtde mtdeAnnouncement m d dAnnoun
I IAnnouncement
Announcement Announ ement has been made of the thearriage themarriage I
marriage in Washington yesterday of ofMiss ofMiss I IMiss
Miss Margie Ramey daughter dau hter of Mr Mraad Mrarid I
aDd Mrs rs H H B a Ramey of 0 th thiP city cl cit w wLaurence WJ WJLaureDee 1Laurence >
Laurence Washburn Va De Mott of ofiDgton Wash Washington t a aIngton ¬
ington The ceremony was performed performedby
by the Rev R v Hugh T Smith of the theBethany theBethany theBethari5
Bethany Baptist B ti8t Church at the home of ofMr ofMr ofMr
Mr aDd Mrs Thomas Currie Sims at atthe atthe atthe
the Wyoming apartment apartmentThe JNLrtID apartmentThe nt ntThe
< The Untried Way will be the sub subject subof subloot ¬
loot of the sermon to be delivered by bythe bythe bYthe
the Rev W F Watson at the First FirstBaptist l FirstBaptist rst I
Baptist t ChurelT tomorrow morning momID To Tomorrtnr TOmorrow Tomorrow
morrow eveclng Mr Watson Va n will take takefor tkefor takefor
for the subject of his sermon Border BoroorIADd BorderLand BorderLarwI
Land Christians ChristiansA Chrl tian tianA
A special meeting metti of Fitzgerald Fitz erild Coon Connell Cooncli
ell No 4 Knights of Columbus us will wiltheld willbe
3 be e held at SC St Marys BaIt H J tomorrow af afternoon aft a atotnoon ¬
ternoon t rnoon at 2 oclock o lock when the first and andaeco andsecond
second aeco l degrees will be conferred on oneIa a S Scla5
class cla5 of candidates dldtes On Sunday Janu Janui Januat
arr at S So the third degree will be exempt exemplified cx9mpUA exemptmed ¬
med fiedA
A sfxal muss will be celebrated U Uil atMgrts t
31 Marys Catholic Church tomorrow tomorrowmornian tomorrowmont tomorronmeriting
meriting mont = at 6 oclock c ioek when the mem members members mombets ¬
bers of U t e Holy Name Society will re receive re recefve ieceive ¬
ceive holy cetmnunion In a aNew body bodyNew bOd bOdew
New ew Tear will be ushered hered in in Alex Alexandria AJexADIlria Alexauntla ¬
andria as a in n former years by the ring rl rlIn ¬
Inn of the city and fire bells and the theblowing thebfnri theblowing
blowing bfnri of the whistles of the factories factoriesTne factoriesThe factoriesFbe
The old year wttt be sped on his was ¬
hy the tolling oIlt of bells A Dumber of ofparties orlilUtieli ofparties
parties will 1fl be slven Ihfe his evening evenht when whenjtbe vhentile whenthe
tile oM year will be watched out Mon Monday 10n 10ndaY i iday
day will be eehferafaai as New Year YearDay
Day tile bank k and city office bein beinde balnTn being
de elgeet el Tn tJse afternoon afl1 8on most of the thestor thestoryS thestor
stor storyS > s Will cl chse clseI se
Little Activity Is Shown in the Stock Market Mark
NEW YORK YO YOR Doc 1LT1tere There was lit little Uttle lite ¬
tin tle ti e lie In 1 the market OR a Ute closing sinS day dayef dayIf dayf
ef tith n f the year ye < r Tt TJe e lirtafay spirit was in inthe inUte Ine
the th e air the th eventecwp eJ process practl practli ptet1caHy ptactaXy
i caHy c aXy over and MO o OB o inclined to new newconunltmonts newco newozcznltrnons
conunltmonts co c ltmonts Sport signs of Friday Fridaywere Frldqwere Fridayere
were w ere not in evidence and while ooramls ooramlsston comm1sstem cisumisba
stem a ba houses were of the opinion that the thei ftdbond thiond
i bond b ond situation showed decided improve improvement Jmproveent improveont ¬
ment m ont they could not trace any reflection reflectionthereof reftecUonthereof reflectionereof
thereof th ereof In the stock list Ti Tary oy are hope hopeful hopefUlthe hopeelthe ¬
ful fUlthe t the Street always te b that a larger largerbursoments Jargerhare largerhare
s hare than usual of the January dt dtbunlmen dIn dInijroemen
bunlmen b bursoments ijroemen maT > find Its w wmy ty into stocks stocksto sockto
to t o the enNvenneat of tile market rket but butwith butwith litith
with w ith their hopes they admit the daager daagerOMS daager0U8
OMS o ne damper of the trust oases e the one onething onethmJ onehing
thing t that blocks speculation speeul speculationand UoRIIci and that
TeL TecHick TeLHb1I TooHigh
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Crushing Defeat Administered Administer ¬
ed by Revolutionists Who WhoControl WhoControl
Control Chihuahua ChihuahuaEI
EL PASO Tex Dec 31 3LThe The Mex Mexican MexIcan ¬
ican S can revolutionists are In control of ofpractically otracticaIly 01
practically > the entire state of Chihua Chihuahua Chihuahua ¬
hua today as the result of the crush crushIngr crushing
l Ingr ug defeat of General Luques relief reliefcolumn rellelcolumn 1 1column
column which was attacked near Cassa Cass I
Colenadc while en route to succsr succsrGeneral ucca uccaGeneral r rGenerat
General Navarres NaarrosoomlBD4l command which Is IsLjsieged Li LiL
Ljsieged 1 sieged at Mal Paso Dispatches Dl tcltes re received re received recetrod ¬
ceived here today coafirat c rm the defeat defeatof defeaof t tof
of General Luques command stating
that at least 1M men fell in the en eagaement engagement engagemont
gaement gaementThe gagement gagementThe gagemontThe
The first loss of life ur placed at 60 60was 6 6was 691was
was underestimated these dispatches dispatchesstate dinpateltestato iapetdtesstate
state General Luques command was wasnearly wasnearly wit witnearly
nearly annlhiliated by the rebels who whoambuscaded whoamBuscaded wInambuscaded
ambuscaded the regular troops The Theinsurrection Tb Tbinsurrection
insurrection loss is said to be under underS underTh
59 S
The Th revolutionists have employed employedconsummate employedonsumm t teonstirnute
consummate onsumm te mlltiary skill in the re recent re recent ¬
cent lighting After Navarro captured capturedthe capturedtile capturethe
the town of Mat Il Paau in a series of ofsharp orsharp o osharp
sharp engagements the rebels cleverly cleverlybeleaguered cleverlybeJeAguered eleven elevenbeleaguered
beleaguered the town surrounding It Iton Iton 1 t ton
on all sides and p JNdD pttnttag tnciag IBg tOng rang rangeguns rangguos I Iguns
guns on the heights overlooking the tb B Bberracka
barracks barracksScents barracksScouts berrackaScouts
Scouts who have managed to steal stealout stealout 1 1out
out of the town and pass through the therebel t1 e erebel
rebel llnee declare that great suffering sutfenln g
Is prevalent in Mal Piso Not only onlysoldiers onlysoldiers out I IsoldIers
soldiers but the citizens are on the theverge thevege th e everge
verge of starvation The regulars regularshave regu1arhave a ahave
have been en placed on half rations and andnearly an ii iinearly
all the public buildings have havebeen bar e ebeen
been turned into hospitals or sleeping sleepingquarters g gquarters
quarters for the soldiers soldiersAmbassador soldiersAmbassador soldiersAmbassador
Ambassador Reid Sails SailsLONDON SailsLO SailsLONDON
LONDON LO ON Dec 31 31The The American AmericanAmbassador AmericanAmbassador 11 11Ambassador
Ambassador and Mrs Held left Liver Liverpool Liverpool Liverpool ¬
pool today on board the Caronia Car nia for forNew foyNew to r rNew
New York Ogdn Reid it is said sa1 I
has secured se ured a position en a Gotham Gothamnewspaper a anewspaper
newspaper and will remain in New NewYork Ne
York to engage e la Journalism
will be a a damper u 1Uttll tli toy are re removed re removed yemoved ¬
moved throush tJlr udI adjudication
Some few traders oa tileleng the long side of ofthe ort1e oftbe
the market evened UP and it was their theirsettla theirHllJnS theirselling I
settla selling more than anything else doe that thatonly t atbrought thatbrought
brought about the deeHRes which were weCeoDly wereonly
only prominent arid worthy of comment t I
In Steel antl Union Pacific PacificThe PacificThe e eThe
The former broke slowly from the high highat hthat highat
at 72 72 to 72K 71 where it closed Uukm UukmPacific
Pacific lost In the decline from 171 171to l7fIK 171to
to tol r 1t 1tReading i iReading
tolR88ding Reading and Lehigh Valley were weresteady weresteedy weresteady
steady and many of the minor stocks stocksshowed
showed no changes of Importance
There was HO activity in anything1 anything1There
There eeemed to bea large short inter interest 1nt Intrnet r rest ¬
est In Steel common but it showed no nouneasiness nouneasinesa
uneasiness UDef nor desire to get et under coverr cov cover coverAny r
Any considerable cn buying movement in inanything Inanything Inanything
anything would have probably caused causeda
a a decidedly stronger stronb market rket o <
TodaysNew T Todays oelay s New York Stock Exchange Prices PricesQGtauas PricesotA
otA e furatehgd by W B HMAs H 4 Ce BM nriMrs New Ne York Stock Ex ¬
change W Washingise Wabbtg atoelc Zsekaage xekans nod
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Tea Ye
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AraaL Copper COpperf SSfc 92 SUi i 61 I 62
Am Can com 8H t 8S 8 85 3 8 1 9
Am Can Can pfd rVt n ½ 77i 7t 77 TAJ I THi T
Am Am Car IMy com coi 8t set fiOfi I B li i
Am CarFdy Car Fdy pfdii pdUN u 114 llii 1115 I Us
Am Cotton OB pfd L I H hit
Am Ice SecurJU6sl7i SecUr1tJes I1 11 1 17 17i I 1 18
Am Ar Loco com asH 38 ½ 3S14 3S 33H JS I 385 38
Am Loco pfd J i i 11e5 J 109 S
Am 3m Re oomT com W i 73K 73 7S94 73 I 739 73
Am Sm Sm = Re pfd I In M8V
Am AmSugarBecom Sugar S4J r Re com I U4 1144m
Am Scsar igar Re pfd 1113
Am Tel Tel TcI1C < 2 > a 1 145 BK 148ii 1 I141V 14ti
Am Tobacco prd
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Am Woolen com X 34 i 31 81H U4 I 3lj
Am Am Woolen pfd WH it 9tti n 9tJi 9t I stf 91 9114
Anaconda Copper I 39
Cent Le Leather tlIer com com auf 3t SH 31 31Vi 1 S 31 Ja
Cent Leather pM j fle4 iw
CoL F L com 3H4 SKf 31 S1W I 21
CoL CoLHockCL Hock a I L y I 4V
Con Gas N Y 13fH Bft 1i japi IlBe I SS 38
com I J4 l itti 1
C C CPPpd P R pfd I 78
let Securities I 22i 14
General Eleetrlc 1161 I m
Geldeld Cons 8 7 7 7bl I 8
Great Northern Xort ern Or Ore 565 1 58 iM es S6i6i I6ti ss i 57 57Inter r
Inter Paper iSn 15 J2K J JK 54 61 1 Ii i I
JMackay Mackay Co oom V I v7 v7National
Ma Mackay ay Co pl I I
National Bfscnit eon I I li 11812 i
> Uencl Biscuit pfd fi tm ij 4
Nat Lead com comi I s3 H I
N NLAB Y AB A B I 171 71
Pac MaR Steam
I 27 > a I
Peo Gas of Chi I MS
Pros Pr Steel Car OOB3M ooin 39 38 J 3f WRy ±
Ry Steel Spgs cora I S 3ti1 i L
Ry Steel Spgs pf pfd n 1 91 91Rep 9lRep
Rep epLSce L S 5 ce C8 1 1ust 3 3Wa 4
r Xrp = p L a S pfd pfdm si SI sm 91 s 9f911 SIll I sm S4 S4SIossS 411
StosES StogsSSLcom S s L com 1 4Ma 4MaTenn 41bTenn 414 I
Tenn Copper Copperu 34 34 34 1 Sifa SifaU t tU I
U S S C C I L P com comu 1 K KUSRPIm
USRPIm u UaItFImU S R P 1m I Iu 9 9U
U S S Rubber com I 3 3P 3Pu tidi i iU I IU
U S S Rubber pfd pdu 11M 11MU I ne neu nt ntU
U S S Steel St 1 com 7ZSS 7 T2H Zl 7ZK 7ZS 1 TZfc TZfcU isU l11 l11U
U S Steel pfd ptd1lM Itttt IKi 1 IMte 119 I llfife llfifeUtah rUtak 113t 113tUtah
Utah Copper 44H 4 44 Vz 4m 44 ti I 4411 < fe feVa 11Va 1 1Va
Va Car Chem cons ee 4 flWi SShI lil 34 I 61 61Va tVa etVa
Va Iron Coal Coke i 54 54West 54W
West W 9t Union Tel fe ra4 ra4West Yr I IWest
Sbar Shnua ta o 11 a a 13 37 700
12 ii noon noonWholesale 1M 1MW lOt I
Wholesale W Produce P cfuce Market MarketEggs M 1kd t tEggs I IEggs I f
Eggs Cheese and Butter BatterCbecse II
Cbecse ateeaeNew New York Y k sew ISainic ISainictiie 1iBl ABt ne t
tiie Eees8 se tic per Ms daisy cheese < 3 3per Ha1 ial34
per Ifc IfcfrMh 1 II
Egp ggNcarhy eary fresh 3iaJe at6c we Weetera terB1
frMh f 36c c Weet W t st Virginia lr m 3Sc T Teunmee wn s8 e Je c
North caroling J4c 4c storage ge rT 7hic 3c per doz do I
JitterFancy ButtcrFaDcT tub SaS 11z3834c c pe peer r Ita jriau
naCfec Jl4c p nee r ih MUbzrade tab t ae per r l lprint Tj TjL
print 4c per lb Stsit tWo tub 3fo per Ib Ibp11st J
priat tOe L per lb procaK butter tub teb 2Se 2Seper Scper 1 1per
per lb 1 j print > rtnt Sc S 34c p per r Jb JbPoritry 1 lbPo
Poritry PoritryLive PO POLlye try tryLive
Live Pealtry PuultuStNiai Ssrtac cbleteBa iaol 1iia1k e per pe
Ifc H h hens as 13aUe p per r lb r recolor o t ra 1 lie per lb
daela 13a 3aJic c per lb tarkers terse JSaSfc JSaSfcp 2saoper <
p per lb snll liaiSe per lb lbI lb lbDue lbDrmet
I Due > re 6 fi Pr p1IIVyTwJiey Hry Twk y beer uairaTTTL 1Di4InL
Belle per Ib gobblers naarwn 1BIrz n 13a2c per pe r
lb oM terns t8IM SSCc per teuj 1a twk turkeys thin tbtn thinal7c
JfelTc al7c per lb cMclcene Ma 1kIfe p per n JtiI I I11nd j tens 7
JSaMe p per lb ye OtHIBg K ducks d8cksHaHc MaKe PM p peld K tb tbeM
eM eN 1JeJie l aHe p per r lb choice s gone eee ttaMe Ue perlbj perlbjVegetables per lb
Vegetables VegetablesPotatoes VegetablesPetattS VegetablesPtatieo
Potatoes 5Iaic 5te c per be sw sweet t pttateea
LJftsred Uens2 4 per bW osloas SEfeMc per P r bit IHs hoApples
Fruit FruitABptee FruitA11p1e5
Apples atea eeaM per bbL ptoeappte ppIf jee LO 88 0
2 oM 2p W per orate grapes Armeiia Armeijer KSteTW KSteTWper
per p er keg Keefer pears p ars S12fcLLJ p per r baeket beoketaiemk
1Iffr1dt CalHerafca aiemk 1If ra r ses e ST3SL5 per box cra grape graperost > e
Xnttt f Jttea 52isLSO teaI per crate Florida edLBgM eraag
al8a1 Jt 4 4s it2 6ai75 2s per b box x taBgerbtes taagrtn s 2Mc LILW MiI15 p P9r pe petrap r rtrap
strap s trap
Green Goods GoodsCacuralers GoodsC8CUIBetS
Cacuralers bet house SCca McaLOO Loa per d deE z
tomatoes fancy homegrows MWa 40GO9I si M par pe peox
bor b ox x tectcce New Tort TKks SZ76 nTheLse i59 per basket basketcabbage ksklcahb boaketcabbage
cabbage cahb 4L143 y6 Ha1S alS per M Jtt 1 Iba 1 beets 3te 3tep e eet t tdo
p n et dos do cqoash lWa32S per er bbL celery
4eMe 4 c per bunch eggplant e t J4OOaS00 par parcrate percrate po r rrate
crate c cranberries JlSa27i n per box J9 958a L5 8a a
n vsso 1420 per bbL Florida peppers P pperJ J250a300 50a300 par parcrate perCJ2te pe r rrate
crate c cauliflower WeOft6 LIO6O0 per bbL bbi bbiLOO beans beansJ600a700 beaIuOaiOO
J600a700 OaiOO LOO per basket kale per bbL Lot SIMepjnach Lottplnach L Lptaacb
epjnach 4eOaG9Q t UIOa6 oaee eo per bbl bblRULE bblNEW bbiNEW
Weapons of Recent Revolt RevoltMay RevoltMay t tMay
May Be Used in Threat Threatening Threatening Threatening ¬
ening Strife StrifeLOXDOJf StrifeLO StrifeLONDON
LONDON LO N Dec 3L 3LTwo Tvfo new new factions
have arisen In Portugal to take the Ui Uiplace
place o of the royalists and repuoilcans ns
They are supporters of moderate repao
ncans ana the adherents of extreme a
revolutionary Ideas IdeasThis IdeasThis IdeasThis
This information is contained in dis dispatches disPIItches db c cpatches ¬
patches received here in which trouble troubi Ce
is predicted predictedThe predJctfdThe predictedThe
The hidden spring Is said to be the lii ie
Camorra which secret society was the iii ie j
avenue by which the military was cor corrupted corrupted coi coirupted ¬
rupted to its revolt against the King
Many of the townspeople are armed armedweapons 1 1weapons
weapons having been obtained by them themon themon thei n non
on the eve of the revolution yjhleh de deposed de deposed dl I Iponed ¬
posed the King This condition If l be be hi a ¬
lieved to be one or the greatest menac menaces
to the foreign to reIgn business interests in the U
Portuguest capital capitalThe capitalThe capitalme
The government of Portugal will not ii Dt
admit that it apprehends any fresh out on ¬
break on the part of the people and has hi
honed denials that any unrest Is ap at aj > p ¬
Report for Past Six Months hlonthsShows MonthsShows
Shows Finances in Fairly FairlyGood FairlyGood
Good Shape ShapeUncfr ShapeUD4k ShapeUnciSn
Uncfr UnciSn Sai SOB ba Bu a bole ta hfe I poeket poeketb pOeketbeok pocketbook
b book ok at the end ea oC tbe ie flnt six moatbs moatbsof
of the lace ye year rKeTerth Nevertbelees tee K to not notThe DOtIt notas
as big as It wu a yes ago The deficit deficitte 4leftettIs
Is much h below tow what It was as at tile close eloaeof eff closeof
of last December and tn the fint 0Tsthaif haK of oftbe ofthe ofthe
the fiscal period is winding ap with withthings withthlUgJI withthings
things in fairly good shape atepeTrea aIIapeTr shapeTreasury
Trea Tr Treasury try ofnciate believe diet unless unlessso UAI9ssSOlftetlllaJ unlesssomething
so SOlftetlllaJ ethl g unexpected u ed happnnc die next nextsix extsix nextsix
six m me n s win be still better than tIIaApast the thepast thepent
past and that tile Treasury wIll end endthe endthe endthe
the fiscal year next June fa better con coneStJea eouthaa condItloit
eStJea than now One of the Thiiigp that thatte alIs
te 1 causing worry is the poMflbUfty of ofeorpMadoa a acorporation acorperaU
corporation tax taxdecI decision adv adverse ne to the theAnotbea theGCYern theGovernment
Government GovernmentAnothea talt taltADotJtes
Anotbea tty to tiN drain on the theTreaenrr theTre theTreasury
Treasury GlY incident 1 to the fortIAeatioa o of
th tho e Panama Canal and heavy dcnaands dcnaandsoa dndn r Rd RdIon
Ion oa o n the reclamation r t1oI1 tend On the whole wholehowever wllolekoveYer wholeowever
however h owever heavy heavypeete custom cust me letmaa returni arc ex expected cxected ¬
pected p to keep up and tbe internal r rvenue rt rtV4ID1ie renue
venue v receipts are growiac IOwUIsComplete gnQwti gnQwtiComplete
Complete Agar figures gvren OB tn me d 4Ieadt Mcit at atenc1 the theend thend
end e nd or Ute firt ate months af tile fiscal ftocaiyear c1year fiscaleer
year p eer wilt not be ready r audI Tuesday T1Ie8da T1Ie8daBut Tuesdayut
Bat B ut as the condHioMi ar now the th 4 4fleit 4e 4eJIc1t do docit
fleit il cit has dropped to T7MM 7 asaiMt over over53eW9Wt OTeroaM overpaws
53eW9Wt aM ga paws at Ute dos of I9 1 I l Corpora Corporation Corporaon ¬
tion li on tax receipt account for
only a aminor ainor
minor mInorJn m inor part tff r this reduction Oll some somexlndvsi netlJlIfI1J1 Jouleit4
tlJlIfI1J1 tlJlIfI1J11Dd1ll w it4 it4Indusive
xlndvsi 1Dd1ll Ye o et t Panama caAMl and pub public putDc pube > ¬
lic li e d debt bt aecpoat aat the d dnftt < it t to cut cutrrem cutt cutmore
t rrem more then tJIaarortyr fortyfom mJIMona to toa tofa tolittle
fa j S a little more than twentyone JlliUIoDsIn millions mfllkmsIn
I In I n Ms snowing tbere should 0iiId be tafcn tafcnJato nknrIe
I met b rIe accosst SB 3110101 depoanea to re retire re retire noire ¬
tire t aatfeoal beak baBklOta notes and nearly nearlyourteen >
fourteen f mmiona JaID expended forreOre forreOrements far retire etlreDI4IDt retireBodmates
ments mentsJESBttaMUee
JESBttaMUee t of both cnot cunromrr and inter internal mternaI intermi ¬
nal i revenue promise to be exceeded E 1 ailed the theatter
latter l lt very aiateriany K EHted rhnat d cue eusloots eutoms cueome
loots t ome revenue for J 1S1 l to isganmt 183MM eeeo Q Qagabast
agabast a 3336WMW m last yar end alr aJread aJreadmore aireadore ad admore
more m ore than half this sum has been col calated ¬
lected b Collections also are sharp ani anithe au j 1
the t he Government GOVetllitl flt cbmee COfll nearer flX every day
getting g ettingwiiatlsdneit ettingwiiatlsdneitInternal what te < K KInternal It ItIBtMllreBUe
Internal IBtMllreBUe revenue rec reeelpts is > te ar are r more morethan
than t 12WIOW 2X 0t W larger than At this time timeast
last l ast year Internal revenue receipts will
be b 0 lighter for tbe tb last than tbe first firstm first firstsix
six M m months moat of the fiscal year but cus customs custo cuecollections ¬
toms to collections break about even Last Lastyear La5l7ear Lastear
y year ear however awing l < D antfelpatorv andeiator andeiatorinportadons
iraportationa l due t4 tQthe th tbe passage e of the
tsrttT tani < a act t tb the caaediatiofi aee1J M1 o oL reciprocity o1t o1tduties
duties d with France Portugal and some someocber somecher
ocber o countries eou triee and the possibility ltty of oftrade ofrade
trade t tn wars growing out of the maxi max maxina maximum ¬
mum n ina aDd minimum tow Ja customs re reeetpts nocipto
eetpts e w were r swelled w abnormally hence hencetbe eI1ceIf hencehe
tbe t he oattook outis in the t custvMn custi department departmentface
if j g better tlaaa may y appear 011 the mar surteee marace
face faceIt teeeIt f ace aceIt
It is calculated also that owing to tothe
the t late adjournment of ConareM last lastyear lastYtAr lasteaz
year y eaz and its early rly adjournment a t in li liordteary DllonIaary 1011rdinary
ordteary o expenditures eQ probably nave bapbeen haveemi navebeen
been b emi heavier in the last six months than thantfeey
hey t win be in th the next six Altogether Altogethertbe AlOoetbecthe tber tberthe
the Treasury officials are w well a satisfied satisfiedwfth
with the nnandal tlfld prospect prospectNew pIOSpeetI pro5pecNew
I New York Curb Market MarketFiHjjifahuI MarketFtIted MarketFerskhed
FiHjjifahuI t In The Tb WMataatoa w TtaMe b bHarrinHta bt bHarr4 >
HarrinHta Harr4 t O New 7 Yc rk G B BClaJp > Dan ChipmanBritish DanJIIIIUIIi bblpwanmanager
JIIIIUIIi local bumeb nads nadsOpesfl1 BIIIIdIItK BIIIIdIItKoHi8tLx
oHi8tLx Opesfl1 Last LutBrltIeIa Lastritish
British B ritish CoL Copper 7 4 7 i 7 7 7Chlao 714
Chlao G hIwc Copper Ztti 31 SBfc 3l A 23 flobalt n
Cobalt C Central 054 ffe 1 1cii 1X
Con C cii Ariz Smel faow new 1 1 oi 1 1 1Ely 11
Ely E ly Central 7 7 7 7 7Giroux 7Ithihig
Gtroux Xlntaer OK OK tit H i 6U ii iizisptzatioa J
Inspiration I Copper 9 9La 1 I 1 8 8a
La L a Rose CoB 4fc 4fcMiami 1 4 4 411D1 4iami
Miami M 11D1 Copper CopperJP CopperJPIUDes 3f 30 J 4 M 10MinesCootAm IS ISMines
Mines MinesCootAm Co oC Am AmcKiJlJey 6 5 6 5 5ifcKintey 5Tjarranh
ifcKintey cKiJlJey Tjarranh arra iX ft II j5 D it
XevadaUtah XevadaUtahXtntertn h hNlpI
Xtntertn NlpI Iog MUMS XlJlesUUYU MK M 10 ygv 104 ir irOhio 1 1Obio 104 104hio >
Ohio O hio Copper 1ft 1 1ft I 1r ta lt ltRay HeRay Wiay
Ray R ay Central 2 2 Jk Jj JjPay 2 2Ray 1C 1CRay
Ray Consolidated W 4 JWi r3 r3Tono t l 1 1014 1014ons
Tono T ons Mug XA of Xcv Nov0 8 3 81 01kOilti
C Oilti Rubber 34 3414 K KLoss J 34 34Loss
Loss In Reserves ReservesIncrease ReservesIncrease
Increase In Loans LoansI LoansNEW LoansNw
I NEW YORK Dec 3L AThe Tbe weekly weeklyJMiak weeklyk weeklybask
bask k stt statement stateDtc m rt shows tb the following faUowingchanges followingchanges
changes changesReserve c aDgesR changesReserve
Reserve R on all Deposits decrease eorea e e2S3OJ 92 2 2deposits
225 2S3OJ 2S3OJResere 300 300Resorv
Resorv oa deposits other then United UnitedStates UaitedStAtes Uniteddecrease
States decrease decreaseLoans 22 Sltfc SltfcLoans 111 111Joa
Loans Joa increase s sSP8de l l wi wiSpecie
Specie decrease Ha SLl4K sl1147PI sl1147PILegal 7W 7WLegal MLetal
Legal tenders increase IncreaseDeposits SSMiJKL SSMiJKLDeposits aoenjtitDeposits
Deposits increase l25Jt l25JtClrc1IJation Jl 100S 100Scirculation aS BX BXCTrcalation
circulation decrease decreaseTotal S 301s0S 301s0STotal Uft UftTotal
Total loans tt uU1MSurplus uU1M L310clOSurplus T TSurplus
Surplus JSSJ 51 i8O9 M as oomaared tD JM with trfthf witht3ti
t3ti f 275 a year ago o and azjen 22K8M two twoyears twoears twoyears
years ears ago agoChicago aGOChicago agoChicagGrainMarket
Chicago ChicagGrainMarket ChicagGrainMarketFurniehed Grain Market MarketFurafebed l aTket aTketFtvDIIte4
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northwest nortfawostWheat x rthweeL rthweeLWheat
Wheat Open High Low dose doseJuly CIo8cTuly closeJuly
July 30 a JI JIMay 19 01 93 93FINANCIAL 53May
May 50 fi V 91 Jrs JrsCom W WCotn
Com ComJuly CotnJtiiy
July 4Mb 40 d 4 5May 01 40 40May
May 4834 40 40 49 49FINANCIAL
Under Government c cEQUITABLE Saperviiton SaperviitonCOOPERATIVE SepervizlGEQUITABLE
There is no bettter resolution resolutionyou reso1utionyou resolutionyou
you could make for the New NewYear NewYear NewYear
Year than to adopt the systematic systematicsaving systematicsaving systematicsaving
saving pan of the Equitable Equiiabfe60th Equitable60th EqUitab4e60th
60th Issue of Stock StockNOW
Shares 250 per month
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cages well secured on real ate e In UM lbsof
DUtrict of Columbia coseUtate gilt 1 g gblteatments edn ednutments dc
UJvestinents utments They do not Oep depend ad upon t tcBrp th thnnadal the thefnancial
nnadal cBrp r reQODa tUIty of ID4htdeaJa or orporaUIr1 con conpotallen r rporatlras
poratlras for their stabilIty stal lUty and are aremaui exeiast exeiastfrom CXeD1 Jt Jtfrom
from taxation as personal property TV WCb WCbrJpply Wc Wczipply ca carnpply
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