FRIDAY. MARCH &
Middling closed today at
Middling last year 12%c.
flood ordinary 11
Strict good ordinary 11 1-3
lx>w middling .....13 l-l
Strict low middling... 13 7-3
Middling IX 1-X
Strict middling 13 3-3
flood middling ... .....IS 5-3
r.nges. firm 13 7-3
Tinges, second 13 1-3
(Previous Day’s Figures)
flood ordinary 11
Strict good ordinary 11 1-3
I.OW middling 12 1-3
Strict low middling 13 7-3
Middling 13 1-3
Strict middling 13 3-3
flood middling 13 5-3
Flrrt tinges 12 7-3
Second tinges 12 1-1
NEW YORK COTTON
New York.—Cotton opened steady and
one to two higher today on steady ea
sier and reports of a more active spot
demand In the Kastern hen. The ad
vance was checked b> light realizing
and prices fluctuated within a range of
two or thVee points during the early
(riding. Telegraphic faellltrrs were still
far from normal and probably restreted
After working four to six points net
higher, the market became dull and lost
Its gam under scattering liquidation pro
moted by larger into-slglit estimates.
Cotton futures closed <■#•>.
High, tow Close.
March ...12.22 12.16 12.16
May 11.77 11 65 11.63
July y.... .11.74 11.61 11.61
August .. ./... 11.62 11.53 11.50
October 11 33 11.23 11.23
December 11.H2 11.39 11.33
NEW ORLEANS COTTON
New Orleans. —Cotton opened *te;idy,
unchanged to one point down on indif
foren* rubles. Weather conditions in
Texas were unfavorable and laVge «p'»t
aalea after the close yesterday caused
moderate buying. Prices stood un
changed to one point up half an hour
after the opening.
Prices rose to a net advance of 1 to
five points but the into-sight for the
week whs larger than expected and at
noon the market was one to two points
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
New York. —After heavy Belling of a
few Htocks had caused a general de
pression today, traders took profits on
the short side, and there was a better
tone after noon. Chesapeake and Ohio’s
decline had reached five points by noon,
but there was a one point rally'.
Before noon heir speculators offered
the principal stocks freely.
The appearance of further unfavor
ble railroad reports for January and the
poor showing in gross made by various
v lines in the last week of February also
weakened the railroad list, which rela
tively was heavier than \the industrials.
Closed weak. The day’s low prices
were made in the final half hour when
Kt. Paul lost four points. It was sold
on allegations by an examiner of the in
ter-state commerce commission that lr
regulaVtties had been discovered in she
, company's financial staements.
Liverpool.—Cotton spot. Rood business
ilone: prices unchanged; middling fair,.
7.63; good middling. 7.35; middling, 6.99;j
low middling. 6.63: good ordinary, 5.81;
Sales 14,000. Including 13,000 Ameri
can and 1,000 for speculation and export.
Receipts 5,000 Including 1,300 Am
Futures closed quiet:
March l 3.62
March and April 6.62
April and May ... , 6.56*4
May and June 6.56V4
June and July 6.51
July*and August 6.47
August and September 6.37
September and October 6.26
October and November 6.1 S’/4
November and December 6.11
December and January 6.12V4
January and February 6.12*4
February and March 6.14
March and April 6.15 H
Effective January 25, 1914,
Pullman Sleeper and Parlor Car Serv-
Nos. 3 and 4, Augusta and AUasta,
Nos. 3 and 4, Charleston and Atlanta.
Nos. 1. 2. 27 and 28. Broiler Bu/fet
Parlor Cur, Augusta and Atlanta.
No. 1. Nj. 27.
Lv. Augusta (E. T.) 8:30a 8.16 P
Lv. Augusta (C. T.) 7:80a 2 15p
Ar. Atlanta l:60p 8:20p
Ar. Washington 10:30a 6:06p
Ar. Milledgevtlle U:OOa S:36p
Ar. Macon 12:20m *:sop
Ar. Athens 12:30p 8:05p
Lv. Augusta (3) (11») (81 >
Eastern Time) ....12:15a 6:15p 4:30p
(Central Time) ...ll:15p 6;15p S:SOp
Ar Atlanta 6:80a
Ar. Athens 12:80p 8:05p
Ar. Washington 8:10p
Ar. MllledgeviJJe 9:27p 9:27p
Ar. Macon 10:«5p 10;45p
•Dally except Sunday.
Train* arrive Augusta (City Time):
No. 4, 7:06 a. ai.; No. J. 2:30 p. m.; No.
28, 10:20 p. m.; No. 12. from Camak, 8:45
a. m. (except Sunday); No. 92. from
Athens. 11:46 a. m.
J. P. BIT.LUPS, Q. P. A..
C. C. M'MILLIN. A. Q. P. A.
*Ol Broad St., Phones 287. Ml and 2296.
C. of Ga.Ry
"The Right Way”
Current Scneduie* t/!>tn. Menuiki. rime.)
For Dublin, bavannah, Macon
and Florida points 7:30 a.m.
For Dublin and Savannah .. .. 2:30 p m.
For Savannah, Macon, Colum
bua and Birmingham 0:20 p m.
» *», m Savannah, Macon. Co
lumbus and Birmingham ... 8:30a.m.
From Dublin. Savannah and
Florida point* 12:80 p.m.
: From Dublin. Savannah. Ma
con and Florida point* .. .. 7:50 p.m.
All Train* Are Dally.
T aln leaving Augusta 7:30 a. m. and
arriving at 7:50 p. m., carries a through
Pullman Buffet Parlor Car between Au
gusta end Savannah, connecting at Mil-
Jin with through train for Macon. Co
lumbUF Birmingham and Montgomery
Vestlbuled electrlc-llghted, ste.m
heated Sleeping Cars, are carried on
from “ a *
For any Information as to fare*,
schedules, etc., write or communicate
W,th ' W W. HACKBTT,
Traveling Passenger Agent
Phone No 02. 71* Broad Street
Washington, D. C.—That congress
would Irgislutc upon muting In cotton
futures nt this session oy the next, wits
the opinion expressed by Chulrmnn
Henry of the house rules committee to
day during hearings on the resolution
promising tin InqulVi Into an qllegcd
wheat trading monopoly, lleplylng to
statements by Henry S. Robb.us, coun
sel for the Chicago Board of Trade, that
ts an Investigation waa decided u|am.
the ho aid favored iu sweeping probe ink
ing up the whole subject of future trad
ing. Repreaenta live llenry Intimated
that such a course had been tentatively
agreed upon by the committee In order
that Democratic . platfiWm pledges might
lie carried out.
"The Chicago Board of Trade has
nothing to conceal," declared Robhtnf.
"We favor the fullest and moat compre
hensive Investigation possible If you de
cide that any Investigation Is necessary
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CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET
Chicago.—Wheat developed strength
today in npite of weak cables. Price*
rallied on buying due somewhat t<* the
fnct that receipts northwest showed nn
unexpectedly sharp decrease. Opened
from last night’s level to 1-Sal-4 lower
Predictions that receipts during March
and April would not be more than n
third of the 1913 amounts helped to :i
corn upturn. Several large speculators
were good buyers. Opened 1-8 off to
1-8 up ami advanced.
Talk of Canadian competition had
some effect on oats. Firmness of other
cereals however checked hears.
After a reaction corn again hardened.
Closed steady a shade to 1-4 above last
night. A slight sag ensued but Im
proved export demand brought about
later a further wheat upturn. Closed
Steady l-Sal-4 to l-4a3-S net higher.
npen High. T.ow.
May .... 92* 93* 92* 93*
July .... 87* 88* 87* 99*
• OKN- •
May . k . . 86* 67 66* 67
July . • • 66 66* 66* 66*4
July .... 40 40* 4* 40*
Julv .... 39* 40 39* 40
Mav . . . .2150 2162* 2150 2162*
July . . . .2160 2170 2160 2170
I. AKI A— •
May . . . .1072* 1082* 1072* 1080
Julv . . . .1090 1102* 1090 JIOO
Mav . . . .1147* 1155 1147* 1155
July . . . .1162* 1167* 1160 1165
Chocolate Cream Cherries,
onlv 30c, at Sheron’s.
6 a. 42
7 a. m 42
8 a. m 42
9 a. m 43
10 a. in 43
11 a. m. ... ..46
12 noon ..48
1 p. m 52
2 p. m 54
Suit Cases and Hand 25 per
cent off; fine goods. F. G. Mertins.
y. M. C. A. MEETING TO BE
IN AUGUSTA OR MACON?
Whether the conference Tor presi
dents and secretaries of the Young
Men's Christian Association in fJeor
gia and Florida will be held in Au
gusta or Macon on April 17th and
18th next, will be decided in a few
la>'s, according to Sevretary W. M.
Hunter of the Augusta Y. M. C. A ,
who is chairman of the committee on
conferences for the Y. M. C. A. of
The meeting will be attended by
the presidents and secretaries of all
of the principal Y. M. C. A.s in these
two states and will be one of the most
important conferences of the year.
Plans for the advancement and wel
fare of tile association are discussed
generally at the conference and it is
usually a profitable meeting to all
who attend. *
Fresh shipment of Velvets at
Sheron’s: all sizes.
Atlantic Coast Line
NOTH —These arrtva t and departure*
are given an Information. Arrivals and
connections are not guaranteed.
16 | 82 | 7 35 | 33
6:lsp| 2:3op|Lv. Aug ta Ar. 1:55a BTl7p
7:48p S:l6p Orangeburg 0:57a 12:27p
9:65p 6:46p ' Sumter 4:25a ll:00li
10:27p 8:00p Florence 3:03a 9 40a
7:00a 5:65a Richmond 6:35p 1:00a
10:20a 8:40a Wash, D. C. 3:05p 9:40p
11:44a 10:62a Balto, Md. 1:46p 8:20p
2:04p12:23p W Phlla 11:36a 6:4?p
4:15p 2:31p Ar. N. Y. Lv. 9:15a 3:34f>
Through Electric Lighted nteel Pull-
Man Sleepers on each train to New York
Steel Compartment cam northbound to
New York on Mondays, Wednesday* and
Friday* on train No. 36. Observation
Broiler car* between Florence and At*
gueta, and our own A. C. L. New Diner*
north of Florence.
T. B. WALKER,
Diet. Pate. Agt.
Premier Carrier of the South
Schedule Effective March 1, 1914.
N. B.—Schedule figures punnshed only
as Information and are not guaranteed
Unlor. Station, All Trains Dally
Train* Depart to
18 Charleston, S. C. > 7:30a.m.
28 Savannah. Jacksonville 8:20a.m.
8 Columbia, 8. C 7:10a m.
132 Washington. New York .. ..2:55p.m.
32 Washington, New York .. ..3:05p.m.
22 Charleston 3:40p.m.
20 Columbia ... 6:00n m.
24 Charleston, Jacksonville ...11:45p.m.
Tr»4p* Arrive From
26 Charleston. Jacksonville ...B:2oa.tn.
18 Columbia 10:00a.m.
131 Washington, New York . ..12:01p.m.
31 'Washington, New York . ..12:15p m,
25 Charleston 2:15p m.
29 Savannah, Jacksonville .... 7:00p.m.
7 Columbia 3:35p.m.
17 Charleston 10:50p.m.
Pullman Drawing Room and Compnrt
tynent Sleeping Cava. Coaches, Dining Car
Phone 881 or 947 for Information and
I MAORI'DKFt DENT. Dlst. Pise Agent.
ASKS OUT TO
New York Legislature Re
ceives Request From Oov.
Glynn in Special Message.
Albany. N. Y.—The New York state
lego lature was asked by Oov. Cllynn In
a special message today to enact a
measure for the aid of the unemployed.
Ills plan Is for the creation of a new bu
reau of employment in the state depart
ment of IhlkA- "In charge of a director
of recognised executive and nmtmgerlil
ability and technical and scientific
knowledge upon the subject of unem
ployment. " /
The scheme contemplate* the estab
lishment of public employment bureau*
at various points, the supreme director
to be chosen by civil sendee examina
An advisory composed of
prominent employer* and representative*
of labor would he appointed by the lu
ll or commissioner for each office. It Is
specified that no applicant for Wi**k
shall be deprived of the bureau’s us-
of his refusal to work
in an establishment where a strike is In
WRANGLED OVER THE
(Continued from page one.)
the matter to the floor of council and
have It threshed out thoroughly there.
It will lie recalled that council, aonie
tini.e ago, on motion of Mr. Boyce, re
commended that the police and fire
department he reduced to 12 and X
men respectively and It was thought
that there would he a saying of be
tween $18,(100 and $30,000 in that man
ner. The iilan wa« to fill no vacan
cies in the police department up to 12
and none in the fire department up
The RUh rommittee of the finance
committee was appointed for the pur
pose of making a thorough investiga
tion of the various departments and
to report a plan for reducing the city’s
expenses without causing decreased
efficiency in any department.
Members of this suh committee de
clare that they went into the question
of fire and police protection in an ex
haustive manner and conferred at
great length with President George \V.
Wright and other member* of the civil
service commission and they have
concluded that it would he crippling
these two departments seriously to
curtail the appropriations as much as
SIO,OOO In the police and $6,000 or more
in the fire department.
Why So Many Are Needed.
There are 101 men In the police de
partment, including detectives, ser
geants and higher officers and the pri
vates, which causes each detail to
have 31 men, said a member of the
sub committee, “and in the event six
of these 31 inen are sick there is left
only 25 to patrol the entire city of
Augusta at night. On Saturday nights
more than 25 tnen are needed and
should tile plan to reduce the police
department by 12 men be adopted then
there would lie 4 less policemen to each
detail, bringing each down to 27, if 6
or 7 of these were Hi there
would lie about 20 men to patrol
the entire city at night. Then, too, the
force is always short at vacation time.
‘‘.'hen too, there is a call officer at
the barracks who should be there all
of the time. Reduce the number of
policemen by 12 and there would lia
no chance to have any eg.il officer and
If a citizen called up the barracks and
stated there was a burglar in his home
the desk sergeant could ogly tell him
to find ttie officer on the beat as he
had no call officer to send.
"As to the fire department, a re
duction of eight inen would cause an
entire company to be discontinued.
There are 75 men on the fire depart
ment and these men have to have a
little time at home to get their meals.
Sometimes the force is crippled by
several of the men being sick and dur
ing vacation times the force is at a
minimum. To cut off eight men would
mean that it would he still shorn l
during vacation time and times of
Would Raise Rates.
"The fire insurance companies would
seize upon the reduction of the tneii
In our department us a pretext for
raising the rates still higher.
"We want to economize and we have
recommended reductions to the amount
of 865,000, but we do not believe In a
penny wise, pound foolish policy. Wo
have cut the appropriations In the
streets and drains department 346,000,
the fire and police departments 36,500,
the board of health 85,000, the city
hospitals 32,500 and other departments
have also been cut. We have cut out
the "Incidentals” appropriation in ev
ery department of the city and wo
are thoroughly convinced that we are
correct in our position with regard to
the police and fire departments.”
The Other Side.
Advocates of tin, more radical mea
sures with regard to the police and
fire departments claim that these two
departments will not lie crippled by
reducing the appropriations to the
315,000 mark and that th<y can get
along very well with $90,000 for the
police and $70,000 for the fire depart
ment by not filling vacancies up to
twelve men in lhe police and eight
in the fire departments.
It is believed that the fight oil the
report of the Hub-committee- will reach
the floor of council.
Y. M. C. A. BASKETBALL
SEASON NEARS AN END
Sibley’s and Wall’s Teams,
Respectively, Won Games
Last Night. Championship
Two important games of basketball
In the, Y. M. C. A. Men’s Ijeague
were played at the association build
ing last night. The teams playing
were captained by Messrs. Wall, Hes
ter, Magruder and Sibley. Sibley’s
team won by a »core of 17 to 15 an 1
Wall’s by a score of 2.0 to '<B.
The winners of last night will meet
on the "gym" floor next Thursday
night for the championship. A good
crowd will likely see the game. No
admission will be charged.
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mE AUGUSTA HERALD. AUGUSTA. GA.
WORLD GIRD! !NG PLAYERS
BACK IN SNOWSTORM
(Continued from pnfe one)
Egypt, continental Europe and Kng
During the foreign part of the tour
Iho largest attendance was recorded
In Japan, Australia and Endian I Tits
biggest gate receipt* were collected
at the game played In Umdon on
February 26t'i when .10,000 spectators
including King George, witnessed the
defeat of the Giants b> the White
Sox In a sensational eleven-inning
game. The Tinanciai roturns were
far in excess of expectations and Hie
profits are estimated at nearly |H)O.
000. Tentative plans have already
been made lor fore gn tours during
tlit‘ winters of 1914-15 nn I 1015-141.
South America, Africa and part of
the territory covered during tho
present tour will be visited.
Nearly every player received some
sort of offer from the Federal" by
wireless. None however snounOWd nny
Intention of signing . John McUrsvv
and Chas. Oomlskey were enthusiastic
over the reception accorded tho team,
especially the way they were received
In Japan and England.
As soon ns the i.usitnnin reached
dock, i’resldcnt Kbhets of the Brook
lyn club introduced Kgan. formerly
with Cincinnati, as his new shortstop.
'T've Just signed a three years’ con
tract with Brooklyn.’* said Kgan, "and
tho terms offered Hro satisfactory to
Though none of the Federal l.eaguu
representatives came aboard. President
Gilmore with Otto Kiutbe, Stovall and
other Federal League officials were
on tlie pier, anxious to know whether
any of the wireless messages had
brought results. Among the players
who received such messages were
Schaefer. Magee, Doolan, Speaker,
Kgan, Wlngo, Crawford and l.everenz.
The signing of Speaker. Doolan and
Kgan promptly eliminated them from
any possibility of entering (ho federal
fold, and none of the other players
mentioned would admit that they were
taking offers seriously.
"The Australians treated us well, ’
said Jimmy Callahan, the White Hnx
business manager, "hut the Japanese
surprised us with their knowledge of
inside baseball. No matter where we
went in Japan the crowd followed us
after the games were over. American
fans have nothing on the Japanese as
"Schaefer was the 'big noise’ In tho
tar east, but Mike Ponltn was tho
'whole works’ in 1-ondon. lie was at
home with the big crowd behind cen
terfleld nt the Chelsea grounds."
The players will remain here until
Monday when' all of them Will go
WAR TALK HEARD IN THE
SENATE OF U. S. TODAY
(Continued from page one.)
with, the sopator continued and the
demand that security be given for a
free election in Mexico was impossi
ble of fulfillment because of the Ig
norance of the Mexican masses.
"Nafurally Huerta refused to con
sider these proposals,” continued the
senator. “His refusal put our govern
ment in a most unfortunate position.
It could not enforce its demands. It
might go to war but the refusal to
comply with the demands could fur
nish no justification, for declaring
war because we had no right to make!
them. So we had to submit tamelv
to the position of Huerta, bear the j
derision and sneers o ftlin Mexican
people and the indulgent smiles of all
the other nations of the world. And. i
sir, whatever may be said of Huerta I
1n other respects—and I have no die
position to defend him, ho lid bear
himself with courage, wisdom and
moderation in tills whole matter.
. Indignation Ran High.
"At last a prominent Hritltli sub
ject was brutally murdered by Villa
or by liis orders. Public Indignation
ian high. The people were aroused
but the state department maintained
its usual degree of composure. I do
not know why the murder of a citizen
of Great Britain should have created
mor* feeling than the assassination
at hundre Is of cur own pippin ex
cept that we hive assumed to lie Ihe
protector of the citizens and subjects
of ail other nations nnd Insisted that
such nations should leave thlH duly
and responsibility to us.
Test of Courage.
"This case was one to put. our good
faith and our courage to the test.
The poor widow aHkod for the body
of her dead husband, hurled on Mexi
can soli. What did our government
do to secure this right? It humbly
petitioned Villa, his murderer, to al
low his remains to be removed. The
state department si ent day* In try
ing to find out Whether this man was
shot by Villa or put to death by order
of a drumhead courtmartlal, called
not by a soldier, not a belligerent,
but a brigand and professional mur
derer. What possible difference
could it make whether he lost his
life one way or the other?
And Got the Body.
"What should the government have
done in the ease? Just, what It
should have done for one of Us own
citizens sent our soldiers Into Mex
ico and brought out the body. What
right has Villa to say whether the
body of the victim of his wrath an I
cruelty - should he removed or not?i
What has become of our courage j
and manhood that we could leave It
to him to settle such a question "
END CONFERENCE ON THE
REGRADING NAVAL STORES
Wi*hlnot©n.—Fnlform fllundard* for j
grading roHln and turpentine in accord- j
anwith Vc<'Omm*ndjitlon* math* by
government authorUle* doubtlc** jn\\\ he j
rt <*ormip*nded to exchange* where there
1h a market for them- product* hh a re-1
mu It of the conference which ciyeed here!
todiuf between bureau of chemlßtry of-1
flelalß and representative* of the tr&de
from all over the country. Virtual
pnnnlmlty of opinion w;i* exprenaed by
manufacturer*, exporter* and producer*
tim to the durability of adopting Much a
Am a re*ulf of numerous complaintm I
during the pant few year* from pro-j
ducer* and” con*umfV* of rnlMgradlng of
roMln arid turpentine the bureau of j
chemistry made careful InveMtig itlon ,
and prepared type Main pie* winch w«re
explained to the conference. ,
2 for 29 cents
dwelt, Peabody A Co. Ine. Makers
$20,000 for Fight.
Chicago. —Kddle McGnorty, Ihe
American boxer now in Australia,
will meet Georges Carpentler, tho
French champion, In a bout In Ireland
some time in May, Recording to a
message from Metloorty yesterlay.
Richard Croker. the former New York
politician, is reported to have offered
a purse of $20,000 (or the fight.
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DUBLIN AND FITZGERALD
WOULD JOIN GA. LEAGUE
Amsricus, G*. Fitzgerald and Dub
lin have appealed to President- Kal
bnon for admission to the Georgia State
l.eagiie before the opening of the sea
son on April 16. Their application will
lie given consideration by the direc
tors of the league.
QO A \in NEXT MONDAY
t< I>l LJ EVENING ONLY
The New York Grand Opera Co.
PRESENTS GOUNOD’S MASTERPIECE
Seats Now Selling.
PRICKS 2«V, 50<, 75tf, SI.OO and $1.50
WHO’S YOUR TAILOR?
We ran make you cheaper prices for
credit than you get elsewhere for rash,
if you want a handsome suit, perfect in
style, fit and workmanship, oome where
yoiYr credit Is good.
HARMON TAILORING CO.
Phone 811. 1038 Broad St.
Change In Schedules Leaving Augut ta, Effective Bunday, March 1, 1914.
COLUMBIA DIVISION, CHARLESTON DIVISION,
TRAIN NO. 8 DAILY. I RAIN NO. 18 DAILY
Lv. Augusta 7:10 AM Lv. Augijsta 7:20 AM
Wnrrenvllle 7:40 AM Warrenvllle 7:49 AM
(irunltevllle 7:44 AM < Aiken 8:06 AM
Kdgrfleld 9 66 AM Blackvllle 9:00 AM
Johnston 1:29 AM Denmark 9:20 AM
Ward 8:41 AM Bamberg 9:37 AM
Bstesburg 9:15 AM. BriinrhvlUe 10:10 AM
Lexington 10:60 AM Summerville .......12:46 I’M
Ar. Columbia 10:30 AM Charleston 1:36 PM
Corresponding change* at Intermediate station*
Fof additional Information, commu nlcate with
MAGRUDER DENT, District Paesenger Agent.
Telephone 947. 729 Broad Street, Augusta, Ga.
At the Clothes we
are offering under
our plan of two
You will readily see
that they are high
grade garments, well
and stylishly made
and such as will cost
you double the
YEGGMEN LOOT WARWICK
BANK AND GET $1,500
Warwick, Ga. -Yeggmen early today
wrecked the vault of the Hank of War
wick and escaped with $1,560 In rur
rency. Although explosives apparently
were lined In large quantities, none of
the residents of the town was awakened.
The bank Is a state Institution.
E. H. MOBLEY
No. 4 Irish American
Modern residence built