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THE WASHINGTON TDflES. SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1916.
SEE DEADLOCK OVER HEAT PLANT DISPUTE jTiad bern no unrtuo hoslo nven for rapidly niovlns Federal Government In tho final authorisation of this wjik. j Will Effect $177,000 Saving. I "Cpnjjress found It Advisable to an thorixo a central heating, lighting, and power plant for tho executlvo depart ments of" tho Government, because of I tho great economy not only In money I l ... ft.lUM -1. 4U..H tkwjkA power plant Ideh It hits met with con slstont .and persistent opposition from tho Potomac Hlectrle Power Compunv. tho owner ol the Plnnt nt Fourteenth ntiil.ll streets. In 1313 representatives of this company appeared before 'the House Appropriations Committee and ex pressed a dcslro to contract with tho Qotcrnment for a period of ten years or Some Hauso Members Believe Newlands Urgent Deficiency Amendment Will Fail. saved In furnlahlng all theso three niorc to furnish heat, lleht. and power reiiulsltes to all tho public buildings ( to the Government buildings. U offered mat would do. aerveu, nui economy n the saving that would Indirectly bo made In tho personnel and operation by having ono large plant instead of sundry plants scattered all over tho city. The Plant would absorb the load which Is now carried by seventeen small Individ ual plants to furnish light nnd power at 2 cents per TUIloWnt hour. The price to the ordinary consumer Is 10 cents per hour. They offered to furnish steam at 22 cents per thousand pounds. "Competent enalncers sav that tho cpHt In this market of furnishing steam is at least cents per thousand pounds (Continued from First Page.) tlons for tho sundry civil expenses of i he Government for the fiscal year ndlntr June 30, 1614. and for other purposes, approved June .'3, lPU thirty-eighth statutes, page twenty twe), as authorities tho construction of a central heatlnir. lighting, ana power plant in the city of "Washing ton, District of Columbia be, and the j-nmc Is hereby, amended so or to add 'o tho building! already enumerated lit said act to be furnished with heat, light, and power the Johnson-Walker fiulldlng (known as the Navv Annex), the Interior Department Office Build ing, tho Lincoln Memorial, and the Womw'Ji Memprlal Building (lied Cross Building), and the limit of cost lor said plant is hereby Increased from $1,494,104 tu $1.6fi9,104. and the limit of JS5.000 therein fixed for the mployment of technical services In connection with the plans and pecl MooUons and construction of said Plant Is hereby increased to not ex voedlnir $6o,000 upd mado available for th'J employment of technical and clerical services for said purposes Provided. That no wor,k upon the construction of. uald plant shall bo commenced until the plans therefor iJiall have been submitted to tho Na tional Fine Arts Commission for the r approval, and approved by the Presi dent of tho United States. Originated in 1904. A statement Issued today with the' approval of Jhoso interested in placing Iho boating plant at Fourteenth and Water strcots was as follows: "In the discussion of the construction of the central heating, llfchtlng and power plant at the foot of Fourteenth trect. a great deal has been said about the hasto with which the plan hns been carried out, and the undcslr ablllty of tho location adopted by Con gress. Consideration of the history of he project shows it orlclnated back In i!!, and that Congress by the sundry civil act of -Juno M, 1913. directed the . onstructlon of the building at the pres- nt locattom "Modern practice In tho engineering line wherever one concern has a large uinbcr of buildings Is to furnish heat, light and power from a central plant. This practice is carried to such an ex tent that in New York city a great many downtown office bulldlnes are jiirvnllrvl Y,v twn centrnl concerns, the Vcw York Heating Company and the- Vow York Edison Compnny. The first application of this prin ciple to Government buildings In the city of Washington was In the con struction of tho Capitol power plant, which was twltt under the act of April IS. 1904. In that same act Congress directed tho late Bernard R. Green, then -uperlntondent of the Library building ii nd grounds, to submit nt the next ses sion preliminary plans and estimates of cost for tho location, construction und equipment of a power house for furnishing heat and electric power to the existing and projected Government buildings on the Mall and In the vicin ity of the White House. Two Plants Intended. "Mr Green was a noted engineer and adviser to the members of both houses of Congress on nil matters with re spect to the beauflflcation of Washington. "Mr, Green emploved Prof. S. Homer Woodbrldge. of the Massachusetts In stitute of Tcehnolonv. an expert In the ili-BlL-nlne and construction of venttlat- ng plants. In January. 1907. Mr. Green lied his report to Concress enthusias tically recommending the construction of a central plant to supplv the gov ernmental buildings west of tho Post office Department, known as the Ex ecutive group. It was apparently recog nized bv Concress at this earlv date hat one plant should be established 'or supnlvlng tho Capitol and Its adja ent buildings, while another was neces xarv for supplying the Executive croup tt the west end of the Mall. "Mr Green suggested three sites. The Irst and most central site was at Four icenth nnd B streets on the Moll. In the heart of the Government group and ono block south of Pennsylvania avenue. Tho second site was opposite the old Bureau of Engraving and Printing. His third site is the site selected and desig nated by1 Concress upon which the building Is being erected. "In his report ho incorporated a front elevation of a power plant, and it con tained a stack 150 feet high for any one of the sites. As to Undue Haste. "With respect to the criticism of un due haste, it is on record that Secretary of the Treasury MacVeagh appointed a ccmmlttee May 1. 1911. consisting of Nelson' S. Thompson, chief mechanical engineer of tho supervising architect's office: Capt. C. A. McAllister, chief en clneer of tfw Coast Guard, and R. H. ''happen, superintendent of machinery. Hureau of Enirravlng and Printing (and n graduate of Annapolis), to consider aid report on plans for a central heat wsr. lighting, and power plant This ommlttee reported to the Secretary un der date of June 1. 1911. recommending the construction of a nlant at the pres ent site. Secretary MocVeach reported " Congress In December. 1911, giving he recommendations of the committee. In the early part of 1912 hearings were ' id by tho House Appropriations Com mittee on tho project. The Appropria tes Committee discussed the matter "iv fully with Secretary MsoVeagh's ommltteo. and further studv with a 4 lew to enlarging the protect to take In additional buildings was directed. V second report was submitted to the Secretary of the Treasury in the summer of 1912. nnd hearings on this icport wero held before the House Oom mltteo on Appropriations. Reports of i nese hearings wero published as publK inoiinionts. As a result of the hearings lefore the committee. Congress, on June . 1913, authorized and directed the onstructlon of a central heating, light ing, and power plant at the present site after havlnc the mutter undrr con. Mderatlon for more than eight years. Worked on Plana n Year. The act authorized the employment of expert services outside of the Treas ry Department, and In order to give i lie most careful consideration to the hoi project the firm of L. B. Sttllr well & Co., of Now York cltv. was tra loyed by the Treasury Department. This Arm worked on the project for ap i'io.lmutely a year and prepared the t'lans and specifications which wore , sed as the basis upon which bids wero asked for the construction work. The clans, as prepared by Mr. Stlllwell. pro vided for tho smokestacks to Vlilch ob jection has later been made. It is remarkable that Mr Stlllwell. tfter his careful studv for approximate ly a year, for which ho was paid about JM.OOO. made no suggestion that smoke rtacka wojild bo objectionable until after als retainer by the Government had eased and objection had been made byN niutTB m me mum. "The contract was finally awarded on iieiombtr 24, 1916, eleven years after i he project was originally started. Miring all this time, as each step was aken leading to the ultimate letting of i he contract, the public were on notice iirough the newspapers and the publl . atlon of official documents bv Congress tint this power plant wss going to be -ixuucted It would nccni that there "It nnncars from the testimony befote. it mltrhi lm informi! thni thn nrnilt mi the Appropriations Committee, which , ncit and power-oven at one-fifth the authorized the building that the plant will effect a saving of $177,000 per year and when certain additional buildings already under construction aro added to It tho saving will bo Incrcuscd by $40,000. When tho three buildings projected for the State, Justice, and Commerce De partments are added another Its.ooo win bo saved. This savins is in tho cost of fiimlnhlntr thonn thrpn rcnulfllteA nnd docs not Include the saving that will bo mado by saving tho outlay for plants in tneso buildings. "The saving to the United States Gov ernment through building such a plant will run Into the millions In a few years. It was largely this factor that led to the Inspiration and working out or ine central neating, iignimg anu power plant for Washlmtton. This great saving will be further Increased wnen the Congress nuthorlzdtlio har nessing of the Great Falls for power purposes. This present plant will be the necessary steam auxiliary wUtlch will be required for this great project which will be of such great assistance to tho peoplo of Washington Thlf com bination of these plants will furthor effect an enormous saving. As to Smokestacks. 'A great deal has been said about tho esthetic view and It is suggested by citizens' associations after five minutes' consideration of the matter that the placing of this plant at the presenl lo cation will be a blot upon the beauty of the Mall. "With respect to oblectlon to th& smokestacks on the itround that thev would interfere with the vista of the Washington Monument. It Is well to note in- this connection that there Is at pres ent a plant and a stack on the old Bureau of Engraving and Printing building that is far higher than the stacks contemplated for the power plant and has not their beaptv of design. This stuck Is located much closer to the Washington Monument, and interferes with the vista of the Monument from the Capitol. Plaza, from downtown Washington, or from any viewpoint where the Monument can be seen. "ThU stack measures 200 feet from the ground level, and this ground level is thnt of the Monument base The power plant stacks have been measured bv tho objectors not fiom the urouud. which Is much lower than the Monument base, but from the later level at mean low tide. Thev measure the stacks at 195 feet above mean low water level. With the same basin of measurement the Bu reau of Engraving and Printing stack, to which no objection has ever been made, on esthetic grounds Is well over 223 feet. Tho erection of the central power nlant further from the Monu ment and on a lower site would permit tho removal of tho bureau smokestack. "Furthermore, thoro are two stacks on the plant of the Potomac Electric Power Company, at Fourteenth and IJ streets, adjoining the Mall and ono block from the Monument crrounds. that are taller than' the stacks contemplated for tho power plant. Thev nre In the heart of the cltv uiul old nnd smutted, and have an unsightly aerial stretched between them. Other Stacks Here. "There are many other similar stacks In Washington, notably those on the Capital Traction power plant on K street northwest, and those of the Capi tol pewer plant, a Government plant, to which no objection was made on the score of smokestacks at the time of erection. "The site of the power plantis fur ther removed from the monumental group of Government structures than any suggested site. It is one of the lowest and most Inconspicuous that can be found in the city, because It Is on the water front and near th -water level, and Is almost entirely obscured bv the hlrh railroad embankment run ning directly north of It. and by the natural rlsn of ground between this point and Pennsylvania nveiuic. It is directly In line with the Bureau of Engraving nnd Printlnr. and Its stacks would be altogether obscured by the bureau from tho White House. "It thus appears that the construc tion of this plant would Justify the te moval of the present stack of the Bu reau of Engraving nnd Printing. It will do a great deal more than this. There are seventeen buildings now In exist ence, four bulldlpg, and three In con templation, which are to be supplied bv this plant. In some of the present structures the heatlntr plnnt in largely obsolete, and It Is a difficult. If not Im possible, matter to prevent them from sending up at times large clouds of dense smoke. "In fact, the concentration of these twenty-four separate plants In one plant will mean the elimination of smoke nnd gases from the center of the city. It Is Impossible in these twcntv-four Isolated plants without enormous coit to entirely consume the smoke. In a single plant it is not onlv possible but economical to consume the smoko before It leaves the stack. Would Do Away With Eyesore. "The building of tho plant at this point and the construction of an asphalt plant adjoining It will wipe out an eye sore In the lower section of the city. This slto was covered' by a lot of ram shackle, unsightly structures, rented out for wharfago to lumber men and fish dealers. It Is separated from the Mall by the elevated railroad tracks and terminal freight yard and a coal yard that separate it from the Mall "Almost slnco the Inception of the Humphrey's Seventy-seven For Colds, Influenza, GRIP Grip is known by Influenza, flowing Eyes and Nose, Coryzn; Sneezing, Cough ; Feverishness, Restlessness, Irritability; Heat or Dryness of Throat, Thirst; Pain and Soreness in Head, Back and Chest; General Prostration and Despond ency. To get the best results, take "Seventy-seven" at the first feeling of the Grip or a Cold. If yotrait until your bones be gin to ache, have sore throat and influenza, it may take longer. 35c aud $1 at nil druggists or mailed llumphroa llouieo Medicine Co., 160 William Street, New York. chnrgo to the ordinary citizen would more than offset the loss on steam. Htcmn probably would not be furnished to any consumer other than the Gov ernment. , Few Tunnels Under Streets. "It is understood that the' Potomac Electric Power Company In order to fill such a contract contemplated re modeling Its nlnnt at Fourteenth and B strcots. which for some years has been practically out of service, nnd used as an auxiliary to tho Bcnnlng plant. Such a contract would have resulted In the resumption of whnt was character ized during Its existence as one of tho worst smoke nuisances that 'the city has ever experienced. Notwithstanding this gontrcus ' offer. Congress directed the construction of the present plant. "Some suggestion has been made that there Is danger f sending ateam through tho city streets. As a matter of fact, the plans show that very little of the tunnels would be under the streets of tho cltv. That would mostly run through tho Mall. But. as has nl readv 'been shown, the practice for this has existed In New York cltv of carry ing steam under the cltv streets nt a pressure much greater than that n-hlrli It Is contemplated using at the plant In Washington." 0. C. RULERS FAVOR T AQUEDUC BRIDGE A favorable report on tho Carlln bill, "PproprlaUng $t,Gqo,ooo for the construc tion of a new Aqueduct Bridge, has been sent to the Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee of tho Houso by the District Commissioners. The report urges that the cost of the bridge bo apportioned between the Dis trict snd Federal Governments; thn Jurisdiction over the bridge be trans- frrred from the War Department to the District Commissioners; that $400,000 set nslde In the bill for plans bo used for making repairs to tho present bridge pending completion of the new structure. In presenting arguments for transfer of Jurisdiction o'er the Aqueduct Bridge, the Commissioners state they now hnvo Jurisdiction ovor the super structure of the brldgo, and supervision over all other bridges, except the High way Bridge. On tho latter they are au thorised to collect a tax from the street car compnnles. They believe It would bo In the Interests of sound administra tion to lodge nil bridge administration under one head. Tho -J.0!".0 committee, which hM tho Carlln bill before It with favorable rec ommendations from the Commissioners and tho Secretary of War. also has a recommendation from Secretary Garri son that a commission of engineers be named to make a survey xf proposed bridge sites. ANURIC! The Newest Discovery In, Chemistry t This Is a recent discovery of Doctor riercc, who is head of tho Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Instltuto at Buf falo. N. Y. 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