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  • OF LARGEST MORNING CIRCULATION

    WASHINGTON D C FRIDAY OCTOBER 29 PAGES TWO CENTS

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    Act WASHINGTON NO 1119 1909TWELVE

    THE HELD

    Baltimore Line Goes Into Hands of Receivers

    ITS FINANCES TANGLED

    President and Counsel Named-

    as Fiscal Agents

    W B A Electric Railroad Em-

    lmrrn ed ny Fixed Oliarprcit anti Improvement Hxpcnsew Invokes Al l of Conrt to Protect RIsrhtK of Investors OOOOOOO Capital In- vested In hiterpri c in 1007

    Baltimore Md Oct 28 Judge Morris of the United States

    Court for the State of Mary-

    land today appointed George T Bisjwp of Cleveland Ohio and George Weems Williams of Balti

    more receivers for the Washington Baltimore and Annapolis Electric Railway Company Mr Bishop is president and Mr Williams is coun- sel for the company Thty willop erate the property under the direc- tion of the court without any change in its schedule and service

    The appttesjtfoa for the receivership was made by George A Craig of Toledo Ohio a stockholder and creditor through his attorney Mrssrs Taylor Kttoch Wright Had Lord The proceedings were not restated by the officers and others in- terested in the property

    Capitalized nt GOOOOOO The Washington Baltimore and A-

    napoMs Company is capitalized at JMGQ 000 There are more than GOO stockhold- ers tIM majority of whom are residents of Cleveland A number of local cap Itallsta axe also interested The road ha been in operation since April IKK and ks business has been fairly good Over 000 passengers carried the first year and the number hem steadily increased

    It was stated last night that the road has always been able to pay Its operating expenses in full but has not earned its fixed charges hence the aj plleatlon fur the reeotvetsMp v

    There are now twenty of the large pats fcenger ears In operattoa but to soon to be a general efcangs in be equip- ment thirtytour smaller ears taking ttte place of those now in service The first delivery of the new cars will be made in a few days sad It to exported that all of thorn will be In operation within ninety days

    31 r niahop aiultcs Statement President Bishop who to now in this

    cJty last night authorised the following statement

    The Ncrittnbip for tile W Ms tw Ifetthwm and AMMpnlli KUrtric lUihmjr ObMpMir

    derided by the uSVui of oaapuiy to be a cMOrr for the protection of wcwity bolder upon It bmoMta nr ttt UM 11 the t- Miwtioa diMiSi ma Meiimfy by the MlepttMU-

    OM of new Mritebfc far w in the rtrwts of

    by y r a ber tt as ted been expected md- relML upon by the COMSMV fa Mftkfeg phuM to can for its oeOsttioM

    It sow MM probable that of MU- CMMMt be completed before February Ms- owfag to d Uy whh UM officer of ow oesiwny- MM the w w l cuottmoton tIc UM work werevtMbfo to fbpBve A cxmUdmble pettiisi of Uw CUlt of neh ebuscti bota paid by the wMtmay from Ma current raiBt MMMttat-

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    ceamtta vrMeh tin cwapBoy is mMMe to pay are prttttmg undnr UM pfon decided upon

    tal taken ear of from earnings whk wnnld not to mHMiMt to pay the May I MMW on ant ami aeeoad mortfa e bmdi sew hi

    MIll wftbiw awHher Six Month UM teat os ttM MMM booda wUch will be OMt Xovem- b r 1 am a total of XJCO-

    lUwter lbs norfmaDip whkh rtottU not be of long dOKUoa all the reoooatroctkMi work eaa be oonlhMMd aad the ooA thereof which sat already bee paid cu praridcd for

    A pa for fcndiac the aeera d eat accratoff in brent Md other JBSautcJMia wftt Iw toon mb- raitte to aeeqrity boldwa but It fa the belief of ken of the oooiMBy that BO dntfcB- cttoB wilt be necaaaary

    QUARREL ENDS IN MURDER

    Mill Employe Die from nioiv on the Head

    f te TfcpVaaMRcfea HenO- dffllk Va Oct 2SGeorge I Swift tttojE mill employe twentyfive years ilod at the Norfolk ProteeQ- Doaoitftl front tile effects of a blow

    hefl struck yesterday by Waverly- T a youth of sixteen who was em fl In the mill with Swift

    to Information in the hands police and Wilder became

    ad la a quarrel over their work at 4H which led to two assaults on

    by When last Wilder picked up a bobbin

    fealt Swift the f tal blow-

    n Dueklnfr Explained lljM Oct Sfc Replying to a question

    vsir Hiardla Laborite member and 4 aofe der of the rights of sultrap-

    ldsoU rs Homo Secretary Glad t fjgsplltted in q o House ot Com

    that the report of a visiting tU ae that the fire hoeo had nlajred OH a suffragette prisoner

    tHUXied out the warder from her cell Mdatone said ho regretted the clr

    i tnaott and ordered PIG roldaae of

    JTpt n Triple Murderer B H X Oct 28 Coronar Savage y repeated the denial mado by him

    that Fredorlok Gebhordt tho n aeee l murderer of Anna Luther

    eanftMdd to having murdered two wtmen

    tint Excursion Sunday October 31 Ohio II JU-

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    WEATHER FORECAST-

    For the District of Columbia Maryland and Virginia Fair and coal today tomorrow fair with slowly rising temperature moderate northwesterly winds becoming variable

    SNOWING HARD AT OAKLAND

    Wctom Maryland In Grasp of the Storm King

    Oakland Md Oct 88 Oarrott County- is hard and fast within the grasp of the storm king This morning laW the tem- perature dropped below the freeing point and the snow started to fall thick and fnflt The prospects are that there win be live or six Inches on the ground

    KILLS YOUNG WITH

    State Troops Search In Vain for the Murderer

    South Bralntree Mass Ont Miller twentyeight years old mot Rte wife Gladys at the railroad station thin evening and vainly pleading with her to return to him shot and killed her

    Then he kept a number of men at buy by firing shots In tho air and made his escape going in the direction of the town of Randolph

    The State troops started a search for him but late tonight be had not been apprehended

    WIFE SHOOTS GAMBLES

    AiisTrerA husbands Objection to Itcno Divorce with Gun Play

    Reno Nev Oct 28 A E Talbvt a mHllonaire gambler widely known all along the was probably fatally snot this afternoon by his wits after a violent quarrel over a divorce suit which she intended to we today

    Last night sf threatened to bring suit and Talbot beat her severely Today he followed her to MI attorneys office and threatened her when she putted a gun and shot him U to In the right breast

    ANOTHER BODY CAST ASHORE-

    It IA Certain Thlrtyflve Lost Their In Ilestln Wreck

    St Joints Oct more body sup posed to be that of a member of the crew of the Illfated Donaldson L4 e steam Mp Reads drifted ashore at Port Malt

    land K S todagr It his not been iden- tified

    So far only seven bodies have been found and it is b0U vod that most of the others were carried out to sea

    It is certain thirtyfive persons lost their lives in the disaster The hull of the Hbs- tla is rut going to PISCeS It was learned today there were the boats on the steamer Two of them were smashed ad on was washed away amptr ono

    was washed Away with one mea in K two er three hee s before any one at- tempted to leave tH ship and the fifth contained Cape Newman and twenty four people

    Capt Newmans enact wee the only metal lifeboat on the ship As this has been washed vp on the Nova Scotia coast there H no doubt of the tate of its occupants

    UNIONISTS WIN ELECTION

    Suffragettes Attempt to Destroy llnllotn J r Acid CnM 8

    London Oct K The result of the Ber raondsey election is substantial Union- ist victory but the government defeat Is not quite so decisive as was hoped for by tho Conservatives

    The figures are aa follow J Hum phreys Unionist S L Hughes Liberal and Dr SvJter SOcialIst

    14K In the last general election the Liberal majority was 1fce The UnionIsts oarrfed the constituency In MM by 9W ma- jority

    Mrs Chapln a suffragette attempted to destroy the ballots In a booth at the election by smashing a bottle containing staining fluid upon the ballot box and throwing the contents about the booth At the same time a similar attempt was made by a young girl wearing the suffra getto colors

    Mrs Obapln succeeded in badly burning several of the election oflteers but the other attempt was a total failure In neither ease were th ballets injured She was arrested

    SEEKS ABSOLUTE DIVORCE

    Mm John Jacob Antor AI o Names Three Corespondents in Suit

    New York Oct was learned to day that the suit brough