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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1912.
Prosecution of Cincinnati
Friends May Follow Finan
SCHOOLS TO OPEN
Repairs, Aggregating $6,000 in Cost Have Been Made to
Jefferson District Buildi ngs During Vacation.
Progressives Are Active.
L BE LI TO
tioubles for the Taft Admlnls
In Ohio are forcaBt by leports
from Cincinnati that the Administration
1b likely to be compelled to prosecute
some of Its Influential friends In .Cincin
nati for alleged violation of the national
bunking laws, legultlng In the recent
troubles and reorKunlzatlon of the Sec
ond National Bank of that clt.
George 14. Cox and his political and
financial associates were Involved In tho
troubles of the bunk, whose capital was
wiped out by reason of loans to.roncerna
that weie operati lg prison luboi con
tracts. A big chalr-maklng concern,
controlled by Cox, was the particular
creditor whose papei was can led In
large amounts by the bank. This com-,
pany was making chalis with pilbon la
bor, und became Invelve s that It could
not meet its obligations promptly, re
sulting In embarrassment to the bank.
The Cincinnati dealing house came to
the lescue of the Institution. It was
found that the capital hud been wiped
out. Stiong people connected with the
bank replaced the capital, the bank was
reorganized, and Is now peifectly Hound.
It was neer closed at all.
ThB inti'st. ilevelonment In the affair
Is that the agents of the Department or
Justice, who were set at work to deter
mine whether tlieie was Justification for
a criminal prosecution, uie said to hae
made a sensational teport to the de
pal tment. covering the facts about the
prison labor" concern and Us lelations
with Ohio politics and the trouble with
the, bank, which may compel prosecu
tions ot piomlnunt people The Cincin
nati advices add that the people who are
menaceTI with piosecutlon are fi lends
and supporters of the Administration.
Cincinnati regards the developments as
likely to piove most unfortunate to the
A Kedeial official explained the affair
totTay, and admitted the Dipai tment of
Justices criminal Investlgatois hud been
,at work on the case He did not know
what they had icported, 01 whether,
In fact, their report had et been le
ceived The fact.-, concerning the bank s
tioubles, resulting from loans to the
i.Ua-cuh v ii. i litutji iiiciiiiiiti v;i m in,, ijiit-i
punv, weie confirmed, howeci I
Cox's big Interest In convict labor
nmnlm innnl Vino 1 rt , r linfll, lfMr.,1 , nllH I
has been the subject of much agitation
In Ohio. It has been chaiged that his
political pull as boss of Cincinnati en
abled him to secuie concessions that
were expected to be of great value
George Cox has been supporting Taft
In the piesent campaign, and supported
him In the contest for the Ohio dele
pates at the national convention. Ohio
Is In a frightful condition politically,
with Taft commonlv legardtd as cer
tain to lose it. If. in this junctuie, the
Administration should be compelled to
turn upon the Cincinnati boss and his
nrpcxlates and stmt a series of prose
cutions, the situation would bo a good
deal worse. To .prosecute would pre
suinablv mean to drive away the Cox
ciowd of supporters, not to prosecute
would mean to give grave offense to
nianv people In Ohio who know enough
about the facts to be convinced that
such a move ought to be made.
YOUNG MOTHER WHO
LEFT TOTS RETURNS
WASHINGTON TIMES mUtKAIT.
ALEXANDHIA, V-A , BEPT 22.
After extensive lepalrs, the cost of
which aggiegated $6,000, the schools In
the JefTeison district of Alexandria
county, will reopen tomorrow. At n
meeting of tho bcIiooI board of that dis
trict, which was held In the. Ml. Ver
non school last night. .It was leported
tlmt th enrollment this year dims
to exceed that of previous terms
The tw-o schools In this dlstilct am
the Mt. Vernon nod th Hume Insti
tutions. Dining the summet. approxi
mately $3,000 has been expended on each.
In the former Institution an underground
pla-room for boys and a steam heatlfig
plant have been added, while a similar
plant has been Installed In the Hume
There Is no change In the assignment
of teachers this year, tho former In
structors being retained.
Xearlv 200 members have already been
enrolled In 'tho WUson-larshall-Carlln
Club, which Is being organized bv the
cltv Democratic committee. A meeting
will he held In the near future for the
purpose of organization.
Wlillo the politics of this cltv are
overwhelmingly Democratic, the pro
ponents of the new Progressive party
are making an active canvass In thp
Interests of their candidate for Con
gress, Frank T. Evans, who was se
lected at the convention held here last
Monday. . ,
An unconfirmed report was tecelved
here vesterdav to the effect that Rov
XV. Caiter. of Oiange. Republican noml
ness for Congress, had wlthdiawn from
the race. Local Republicans aie In
clined to doubt thlB.
Was Pioneer Resident
krobkland and Weil
Tie following of fleets have been
elected bv Old Dominion Commandery,
Knights Templar: William G I.o Hew,
eminent commander; Chester A. Owynn,
gwnernllpalmo; William H. DalH. cap
tain general; Clhude W. Fletcher, senior
w'arden; Walter C. Davis, junior war
den; Kdgar Warfleld, sr.. treasurer; A
G.' I'hler. lecordcr; Henry K. Field,
prelato; .1. Johnston Greene, assistant
prelate; William II Charles, standard
bearer; Charles E Outcault, sword
bearer, C. Page Waller, warder; Louis
P. Roth, third guard; Preston O.
Cockey, second guard; Robert A.
Za-cliary, llrst guard; George W.
The funeral of Henrv B. Glover took
place from his late tesldencc. 222 North
Rpyal street, today. The services were
conducted bv the Rev. Edgar Carpenter,
rector of Grace Protestant Episcopal
Church. uHslsted bv the Rev. Harry M.
Canter, of the Methodist Episcopal
The- three-story brick building located
at King and St. Aiiaph streets has been
purchased bv Benjamin Abramson from
G William Ramsay. After being ex
tensively remodeled, Mr. Abramson will
utilize tho first floor of the structure as
COSTA RICE ASK
THAT 0. S. TROOPS
Citizens of San Jose, in Urg
ent Terms, Petitions
Dad to Fine Boy
BALTIMORE. Sept. 22.-A cablegram
announcing the birth of a son to Mr
and Mrs. Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt, at
Belchworth, Surrey, England, was re
ceived today by Mrs. C. Ilazeltlnc
Basshore. mother of Mrs Vanderbilt,
who was foimerly Miss Margaret
The Vanderbilt infant will rank with
the richest children In the world, and
In all likelihood will become as famous
as the celobrated McLean baby. It will
bo heir to not Icks than flftv millions,
and probably considerably more.
Funeral services forChniloB G Lynch,
a piomlnent architect and pioneer resi
dent of Brookland. who died yesterday
afternoon after a long Illness, will bo
held from tho residence, 815 Newton
stieet, Brookland, tomorrow afternoon
at 3 o'clock. Tho services will be con
ducted by tho Rev. H. W. O. Mlilington.
of the Brookland Baptist Church.
Mr. Lynch was born sixty-six years
ago at Natlck, R. I. Ho llrst came to
Washington to accept a position as 8u
iwrvlslng Architect of tho Treasury De
partment. Ho gave upthat position
twenty-throe years'ago, and removed to
Ho Is survived by lila wife, formeily
Miss Sarah C. Stevens,, of EaBtport,
Me , and by three daughters, Anna,
principal of the kindergarten depart
ment of the Brookland public schools,
Lucy, a music tcieher In the pujjllc
B'-hools, and Sara P., a teacher in the
central high school.
first time to MIbh Sarah J. Benlley, of
Jlaekettstovvn, N. J., and aftor hor
death to Mlas Mary Ensign, of FoWler
villo, N. Y who survives him.
Ho was especially Interested In tho
Metropolitan Church, having served for
many years on the official board and as
librarian and assistant superintendent
of tho Sunday school.
The body of L. Vanderhocf, who died
at the G: A. R, encampment In Los
Angeles, In expected to arrive In Wash
ington tomorrow morning. Funeral serv
ices will bo held tomorrow afternoon at 3
o'clock from Speare's undertaking par
lors, 1)10 F street northwest.
Burnsidc Post, O. A. It., of which Mr.
Vanderhocf had long been a member,
will have cliarfec o'f tho services. Burial
will be In Rock Creek Cemetery, by the
grave of his wife', who died some years
Mr Vanderhocf Herved through tho
war as first sergeant of Company K.
Eighth Ohio Infantry die had lived in
Washington many years until about
ten months ago, when ho went to Min
neapolis to live With hlB son find daugh
ter there, who are his only Immediate
WALTER E. WRIGHT.
Funeral services for Walter
Wrieht. of the real estate film
Wright & Hopkins, who died of heart
disease, arc being held this afternoon at
3 30 o'clock 'from the residence, 1121 East
Capitol street. The Rev. James 8.
Montgomery, pastor of Metropolitan
Methodist Episcopal Church, Is In
charge of tho ceiemonles. The body
will bo taken tonight to Fowlervllle, N.
Y for burial.
Mr. Wright was born fifty-six years
ago In Isle of Wight county, Va and
subsequently resided In Norfolk. Ho
came to Washington In 150 and took
charge of a blanch of the lumber busi
ness of Booth, Woffle & Smith. In
ISSS he entered the real estate business
In partnership with James M. Stockett,
and following the death of Mr Stockett
in 1S93 conducted the business himself
until ltOO, when the present firm was
Mr. Wright was twice married, the
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Mrs Glare 7H1, twent) -one-year-old
wife of John M Zi II a carpenter, who
rilsanneaied Wednesday, lea Ihk !"
thiee little children. n.ipp"ti-d at tin
Zill home In IJrtKlitvvond laht nljMU us
FUddrnb and stinnti'U as she disap
.Mr? Zell awakened her chlldien, th
ounu-st of whom Is hut tl " ivontiis
oid. diesscd thrm. packed th'lt cloth-
InK and her own, .mil left the littN
home on Jefferton avenue, bhe declaicd,
Willi the three little ones, Mih. Ztll
went to the hbine of ner uothei. Atib
Edward Manning. In IK-the'-da. Aid
Zell mis ul horn- last uiulit, wliwi
his wife lvtuuud at 'J o'clock, but tils
wife left novel tholun. When Mie and
the little ouch had one, '.ell told ncUli
liors he Intended to rlo.se up the house
and make Ills home next door
Mih Jiell. so fin a '-an I hi learned,
Kave no oj.pl million of her iihscno
and did not state where hIic iihI lien
slnco WedncBd.i . . i xeept to na tlwi
rhe had !t n with filcnd.s
When hh" Ktuiniil to the Jeffeison
avenue home Mre. '.' II n icrompa
nled bv liei motliei anO hlhter. Th-j
aided her In eaninK the ilitle fatmly
Tlie Zells writ- marriid si .venis ,ik
at MeMindila, following an dnpeiuetit.
The weie lint Ishleen anil slstei n
yeais ohl at the til ie, ami it Is s.i'd
that Mis Zell s mrthei opfiosud tin
A protest, demandlnK In the most
in Kent terniH that the armed forces 01
the United States in KIiMiaKUJ ! with
drawn, filed hy resident of San Jose.
Costa Rlea, with I'nlled States Minister
I.anghorne, has been reeMved hy the
The circular, slsncd hv in.inv fnen
prominent In Costa ntcan politics, sets (
forth in Rrnphlr laiiKu.me the Intense
feellnR of Central Ameiie.ins against
the measuics taken hv the I tilted
States The landliiR of murines is taken
to he a violation or the amicable and
tiustful lel.itlons supposed to obtain
amoim' the lepuhllLh or the Wt stein
It Is a direct reply to the iccent note
Issued by the State Dep.u tment. In
which the iciibons of the I'nlted .States'
for sending mailnes to Nicaragua weie.
set forth, and In which the policy of I
protcctlnK American Interests at all
costs vvas stated in cienmie ami ueuum
The Costa rtlcans ask that the troops
be wlthdiawn "In the nunu of humai'
lty," and In lllliiK the petition with
Minister anpfhorne asked him to use his
Influence In uldlnK the petitioners to
make their appeal successful
Among the 100 signer, of the printed
petition Is Gen Julian Itlas. head of the
liberal paitv In Costa Itiia. Rudotfo
Ksplnosa, Alejandio Beimude. and Al
Carroll Electric Co.
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