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THE WASHINGTON HE1ALD, SUNDAY, HABCH 26, 1911.
WALL STREET NEWS"
Stock ExchangeTransactioiis
Small and Infrequent.
PRICE CHANGES IMJIATERIAL
Total Turnover of Stock. Reaches
InKlRnincnnt Total of 5S.OOO
Minren Week Marks LoiTest Point
of Stock. Activity for Several Years.
Kuilrund Unrzilnss Uecrcsur.
New York. March 25 In the two hours
of business on the stock exchange to-day
transactions were small and infrequent,
price changes were of little interest or
consequence, and when the cons sounded
at noon, brokers and their customers were
entirely willing to get away from Wall
street and think of anything bat stocks.
The turnover of stocks reached the insig
nificant total of 5S.O0O shares. !
There hae been duller Saturdays There
was a Saturday last September, for in
stance, when only 53,000 shares changed
hands But to-day's market takes rank
with the half dozen dullest days of the
past fio years In the active stocks
prices sagged a trifle, but the tone was at
no timo weak, and the market seemed to
be dropping from mere inertia rather
than from any downward impulse.
Few Share Ont of Rat.
A few shares were lifted out of the rnt.
American Telephone and Telegraph and
Western Union continuing the advance
w hich began after the publication of the
annual report of the former compan.
Great Northern being the strongest of the
standard railroad shares, following tl5
publication of an optimistic interview
with James J. Hill, and National Bank of
Commerce stock making a new high rec
ord, in accordance with the announced
transfer of control of the institution to
a banking syndicate, but these advances
were not of a character to attract any
general interest.
On the whole, the session was useless
Jn bonds there was alo a decrease of
acliity, but more than JLOOO.OOO changed
hands on the stock exchange, and by com
nanson with the etock market the bond
market was animated and energetic The
Dank statement was ery much as ex
p;ted It ihowed a decrease of tl.2l '
m surplus rcirve. but the surplus re--jnaJned
at more than STSI.000,000. as com
pared with flOKW.000 in the corrcponding
week last year
Lovr Jlaxk for Activity".
The week marked the Ion est point of
stock market activity for several years
and there have been few, if an, weeks
in wh-ch the market moved within such
a irsrrow range or in which price changes
were so slight. The average of prices
for both tho railroad and industrial
shares at the close to-day was practically
tho same at the close last Saturday.
Throughout tho week there was an al
most entire absence of initiative on either
side of the market, the trading being al
most entirely professional and price
changes simply reflecting transactions
originating on the floor of the exchange.
The news of the week was on the
whole favorable The formal transfer of
Missouri Pantic to strong and able bank
ers, tho continued expansion of exports
from this port, the establishment of even
Do YOU Know
Thai the Greatest Opportunity for an Investment Ever
Offered Is Now Within the Reach of a Few
Washington Investors?
All Washington Is Talking of the New, Magnificent
Royal Plaza Hotel That Is to Be Constructed
at the Union Station Plaza.
Hotels in Washington Have Always Been Great Money
makers, and if You Want a Chance to Get a
Good Return on Your Investment, We
Are Ready to Offer It to You.
Why leave your money in a Savings Bank or Trust Company
where you only receive 3 or 4 per cent when you can now safely
invest it and get a much larger return.
closer co-operation between the biggest
banks and the biggest banking houses
of the country, final and official knowl
edge of a cotton crop approximating 12,
000,000 bales and ample for the world's re
quirements, excellent weather for winter
wheat in most of the important sections,
the continuation of the good demand for
new securities, and the success attending
cverj" offering of them, the continued
ease of money here and abroad: all of
these added to the fundamental underly
ing strength of the markets and general
business
Railroad Earnings Decrease.
By contrast with these taxorable de
velopments., it was noted that railroad
gross earnings for March showed a slight
decrease from corresponding weeks last
ear, that the iron and steel trade showed
, an abatement of the year's improvement,
j and that business in many lines was
I quiet. But these adverse reports simply
suggested again that goncral business.
UKC tnc siock mantel, is in a waiting
mood. There was nothing in them to
compel a modification of the opinion that
a remarkably strong foundation has been
laid upon which to build a great im
provement in both securities and busi
ness once the principal reasons for hesi
tancy are removed.
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET.
Quotations fnmiahed bj W. B. Ilibbs Co, mem
bers of the Sew Tot Stock Exchange. Hibbi Build
trg. SALE OF STOCK BY HOOKS.
Shares to 12 m 35 0W
Shares to 1 p. in 5S.4jJ
RAILROADS.
Open. HU- Low. Clone.
Atch T i S. Fe com . . K9a 109'i 10Si Mt
Baltimore Ohio com .. . 103U 1BJU 103i 10K
Brooklvn Rapid Transit 7Sm 7SS 78'a 7SS
Canadian I'acinr . . . 3'V: -lvs 219 V
ClinnpcaXc & Ohio . . 81S 81 S15 81S
One.. M. A. St. P. com 1H 13. 13 W 13Vi
ie cum S3 CD 29 29
Great Northern pfd . ...... IZ IS 127 127
Hlino-s Central. .. 133 IS IK 135
Inter Metro, pfd 53 53 53 53
Lrhigh Vallcj . . . 1734 17V, ITT 173W
N . C & H. R In 53V. 51V. 514,
N Y.. Chic A St. L. com 10T, 108 107. 108
N. Y.. Ont. A Western US ll'i 414 414
Northern PaoSc . . . 13V, VSU 13V, K3V.
Pcnnsylrama ... . LT1 1JU 1254 WS4
P.. C. C A SL L..... 33
Readme arm. 15SS 1j6S 1-V, Ibtz
Roc!; Uland com. 2M. 23 2 29"
suL.is.ra rtd. c 24 424 4-4
Southern Pacific com 1I6" I1S4 I16 1IIT4
T.. St. I- A V. com . 3 3 3S 34
T., St U i VT. pfd. R WV, 43 504
Union Pacific com ... ITSSi ITS 1754 1754
Union Pacific pfd 91 31 91 91
INDUSTRIALS.
Vmaljramatfd Hopper . GZ4 63 S 63
Am, Reel Suaar ma . 414 414 M 414
Am. Can cam .. 94 94 34 94
Am. Can pfd . . . H H4 804 80S
Am Car A lly. 00m 53V, B", V KV
Am. Cotton Oil com. . M 60 60
Am. Ice Secuntiei . 3 3 3 3
Am. Rmdnns & Rrf. com. 74V, 7Ki 7, 74V
Vm. Tel. A Tel . 1164 llvi, 1464 ltss
Am. Woolen corn . . Ki 3V 3K, H
Anaomda O Prer - 3SV. 354 3S4 5S4
Central Leather pfd. .914 994 994 4
Consolidated Gas. X. T . 145 US Hfi, M45.
Com Products Ecf. com ... 144 144 144 14
General Electric 14S4 1134 iWi ItSH
Great Northern Ore . .. G4 6S4 62 6Z4
GoldfieM Consolidated Pi W. B,
International Paper 19" 104 10H VT
Mackay Companies pfd. 75 76 T54 76
aaonal Biscuit com. . . 130 130 130 130
Pacific Hail Steamship . 214 2(4 21Vt 244
People' Gas of Chicaeo. . 1T 107 10Ts 107
Pullman Company WD Vti 160 MB
U H. Realty A Imp. com. 724 724 724 724
P. S. Rax com.. .. 424 424 42 12
I . S. Steel cam 7SS 7i4 784 ZS'i
V P. Steel pfd. I19 1W4 1194 1194
Utah Copper 444 444 444 444
VaCar. Chemical com.. .. 64 fifiV, f64 66-
Western Union TcL .... 72 72V, 72 724
BONDS.
Am. Tobacco 4s . . 8j4 W 8SU SS1
Am. Tobacco 6s KC4 1074 1074 1074
C. R A Q. joint 4a. .. 9S 9) 95"). 95
C R. I A P. 4s .734 734 734 734
Inter Metro. 44s. 7o' 754 784 784
Pennsylvania est. 34s. 1915 954 934 964 9S4
Dnmn Pacific ert. 4 1044 1044 1044 1014
C. S. Steel 2d S. IOjS 1055. 10a, 1064
Only a Limited Amount of Stock Is Offered
CALL, 'PHONE, OR WRITE
ROYAL PLAZA
HOTEL COMPANY
Hibbs Building, Washington, D. C.
Telephone Main 7333. ,
OFFICERS:
WILLIAM J. A CKER President
J A COB A. MITNA CHT Vice President
-JOHN B.HYATT Secretary
F.C.BLACKMAN Treasurer'
CUBBMABKET.
Quotations furnished by W. B. Hlbta Co..
memben of Via Sen York Stock Exchange. Hibb
Bnildmg. BilL Asked.
Bar btato Gas .- H H
British Columbia Copper. 6 "
Butte Coalition m W
Chioam Subway 44
Cobalt Central 74 4
Hy Central 3 ...
Giroux Copper. 61-16
Ooldfleld Florence 1 '
Greene Cananea b
Intercontinental Robber 3 31
Kerr Lake. - -" "
La. Rose - 4 9-1S
Manhattan Transit. 1
Mason Valley.
Miami 1V4 194
Mines Company of Amenca. 44 54
Nerada Hills 3
Nerada Utah M. A S. Corp 13-1 1
N'irassing Mines Company - U 1IVI
Ohio Copper. 14 "
Ranhide CcaUUon 3
Kay Central -
Sioux
United Copper 4
United Copper pfd - 9 H
ukon Gold 3' J 15-1'
MISCELLANEOUS BOHDS.
New lork. March 26.-Clcsinc quoUtions of miscel
laneous bond.
Amcncui Telephone A Telegrapli crt. la 108
American Tobacco 4 ST4
Atchison. Topeka & Santa, Fe ctU 4s. 109i
Chicago, Burlincton & Qulncy jomt 4s J. K
New York Tdrpbone 14. WH
IVnnsjlracia 34s. 1915 XVa
Seahoard Air Line 4s. stamped 87
Union I4afie ctt. 4a. 1W4
Waliuh P. T. crt. Is (Central Traction ctff.).. li
Total sales, 13)000.
BOSTON COPPER STOCKS.
Quotations famished by W. B. Hibbi & Co.. mem
bers of the New York Stock Exchange. Ilibbs Build
ing. Bid. Asked.
Adienture 5 5'i
Bohemia 24 24
Butte Coalition - 174 1
Calumet and Arizona. 494 504
Calumet and Ueda. 490 M0
Copper Range - 634 644
East Butte - 12 124
Franklin 9 94
Indiana 12 124
La Salle 4VI 44
Mason Valley . Si Mi
Mergenthalcr - 36 31
Michigan 2 24
Moiiaak 42 44
North Butte. 3 28V,
North Lake. -. 54 64
Old Dominion 38 394
Oneco W '
Osceola - KB 110
ParroU H 3
Qumcy 7V 684
Miannon . ... lov 1'
South Lake .. - 54 S,
Superior and Pittsburg 11 ''-.
bwift . . 19H m
Lake - 3T. M4
Tamarack - 33 40
Trinity 4 44
Utah Consolidated .. - 134 11
Victoria, !' H
Wohennf - - H2 115
United Frmt. . . . 130 132
WEEKLY BANK STATEMENT.
Noo
ATtnje Vctnal. member.
Resores C25JW 0. 254 OK
Rnerrcs less- U. 8... 330.I73 1 395 JZXr
Loans MC Snt 10606 00OT J3.252.000
Specie . . - 3JJ' W 1 LBOl.OX'
Leg-J tender LzrCSOO 2.169 4001 UOJOu
Depmits .. 7.339 OX' U,S31.a)0t 5.1C.100f
Circulation 3.700 12.30t
Cash per cent n-Jiie Aretag-. 275 actual, 273.
TREASiJBY STATEMENT.
At the beginning of buiness yesterday tb cond
tioo cf th- United Sutes T:ra"oiy a:
Working balaner m Treasury officrs tS 1 1S4 69
In banks and Philippine treasury . . 31863910 34
Total balance in gmeral und . 83.SS42206
O-rlinary receipts . . - 2.3Z3.3C Ji
Ordinary disbursements . 1 794J9D 4
The deficit to date this fiscal war is C152.X1.14.
as ainst J19 046 637 95 at this time last jr.
Thce fignrr exclude Panama Canal and public
debt bansacUons
NEW YORK MONEY.
New Tcrk. March S. Time money market: Call
money, raling rate, 24 per erst.
Time money: For sixty dayt, ZVta24 per cent: for
ninety days, rVn3 str cent: for four months. 33Vi
per cent; for firs months, 3a3V4 per cent; for six
months, SaiVi per cent. Easier. Nothing doing.
Commercial paper: Ninety dais, 4 per cent; t(xr,
fire, and iix months, 4a4tt per cent.
Foreign exchange market: Cables Quoted at 4.8$Kn.
4.8645; demand sterling. 4.8610C8615: France, 5.3
plus 1-61: man, 954 lsa 1-61.
Foreign markets: Discount London, Gat per
cent; i'aris, 24 per cent: Berlm, 3V4 per cent.
.Exchange on London: Pans, 25a25V; Berlin, 20m
4 Pfg.
CHICAGO QBAIH.
Qcotations fornlabed by W. B. Ilibbs & Ox.
memben of th Chicago Board of Trade, ilibbs
Bonding.
Chicago. March 2. Prediction of rains for the
entire district, with bearish foreign near and e.1
dcBces thai the cash demand shows Utile general
tonrorenient, were beanah factors in the wheat
market and prices suffered farther declines. In
genenl. the end of the week see condltinni guiern
ing pnoos as bearish as at any time yet- Minne
apolis stocks show a small merease for th week.
Receipts are keeping np with the demand, while
crop reports now are faroraWe.
Cash corn is hrary and is depressing the fatui es.
Keen at the enormous discounts prevailing for cash
com tliere is little demand. Receipts are running
fairly liberal, and conditions hare been extremely
farcrabte for farm work, so there will be faioraMc
ccndltions for shipping later.
LiindaMm in May oats continues, and there has
ln only a inited demand, coming mostly from
shnrts. Cash prices are easr.
I-rorlsincs were irregularly lower. Trade to-day
has been largely of errning-up kird. Receipts are
liberal. The hog market closed 10c lower.
WHEAT Open. High. Low. Close.
May 854 861. SSVi 8SV4
Julr 8S4 881. 884 8S4
CORN-
May 47 47 4TH 4TS
July 494 494 494 49S
OATS
May ... 30 30H Xfi 304
July ... 30"a 30S 304 54
TORK-
Mar .. 1595 1600 1587 15.97
L.VRD
May 8 65 8 70 8 65 8 70
RIBS-
May 8 99 8 95 8 82 8.30
New York. Man 2S.-WHKAT-Weaker; trade is
dull No. 1 Northern spring, to amir. f. o. b.,
107. Na I red, f. o. b., 944: No 2 hard f o. h..
99. No 1 macaroni, f o. b.. 9C'i: No 1 Manitoba,
f o. s . 1 01V Exporters took 2 load
CORN-Laswr: light trade Stcam-r. 51. export
basis- new N'o. if a. b.. 51 new No. 2, eletator,
domestic. 54. Exporters tok nothing
WHEAT Op.-n- High. lw. Ckwe.
May 964 954 954 95 7-16
July w
CORA-
.Ma
July 'J
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
N ork. ManHi 25. f TTLE lUwipu. 1112
head, direct to slaughterers. No tradirg in lite cat
tie. 'The feeling was steady fr all forts and grades.
Itcsmt1 beef in light demand at steady pnecs. Lon
don cables quoted lire cattle lower at 134. drcmed
weight, unking tho offal 110 adnata from IjTerpnnl
exports fnm this rrt to-day. 865 beetes and L933
quarters cf berf for tendon market and 421 Quarters
of rrf to Ienl. ... .
CALVEh Receipts. 3M head, including 2 for
slanghtnrrs and W for the market. Trade limited
for lack of stock, but feeling full steady. Fairly
good reals "mid at 8.50 per 100 r"onds; city-dressed
reals were steady at lOall per pound; country-dressed
SHEEP AND LVMBS- RMs. 435 head, in
eJnding 19 cars for slaughterers. Sheep were entirely
nomlral .lambs "teady medmm to prime nnthnm
lamba soW at 6.50a7.3 per 100 pounds, dressed mut
ton quiet at 68 per pound: drewt lambs at llal2,
coortry-dresed hothouse lamb steady at 4.00a7.50 per
carcass.
UO,,SR3pt L17 bead, all for slaughterers.
Feeling easier en Bnffalo adnrt-t and bean to light
hogs -re quotabe at 7.10tt7S p.r 1W pounds.
Countr7-drred hs slow at 7al0 rer pound.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK.
Chicago. Mam 3 -Lite begs epercd steady at
yenerdw. arcrage pner The close was IOr lower
Tie receipts were 1100). left mer. 2.475. estimated
Mondar, 47 0CO Bulk of prices. 6 70a6'l. lights.
R.0a7 2t. mixed and Uitrher". 66r70S, haty, 6.1x1
6.S0, yorkere, 7 15 ptgs, 6.6TO7.10.
for Sale.
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LOCAL FINANCIAL GOSSIP.
There was a deal more play than work
at yesterday's session of the Washington
Stock Exchange. Some one got "all
balled up" In one of the transactions and
the resulting tangle necessitated a chance
In the book and a repetition of trie call1
of Virginia common. In the meantime.'
the blunderer was the unhappy victim of
the gibe3 and suggestions of his friends
on the 'change.
Local securities were duller than a
prison funeral, only four figuring in
transactions. There was a fair attend
ance of brokers and spectators, but little
actual business. In point of dullness yes
terday had Friday looking like a circus
day In a small town.
Virginia common led the field with 150
shares, selling at 36U. On the second call .
of that stock an effort to stimulate the
trading was mado by one bidder, but.
without result.
Outside of the activity in Virginia com- '
mon, only fifteen shares were sold: ten
of District Bank at 130 and five Mer-
gen thaler at 217.
The Baltimore and Oh'o Railroad Com- j
pany's statement of earnings and ex-'
penses (exclusive of outtlde operations)
fp: the month of February, 1911, as
compared with February, 1910, shows
gross earnings. 1911. K,ai3,433: 1S10, tC
251.727; decrease $378,234. Kxpenses, 1911,
$1,447,577: 1910, $i,S93,S93; decrease. $431,218.
Net earnings. 1911. $1,405,736; 1910, $1,392,
e22; increase, $72,924.
For the eight months of the fiscal year
as compared with the corresponding
period of 1910, the statement shows the
gross earnings for 1911. J59.323.126: 1910,
$r.7,879.5Sl: increase. $1,443,345. Expenses,
1611. $13,334,652; 1910, $33,:96.373; increase,
$3,538,279. Net earnings, 1911. $13,968,474,
1910. $1S,OS3,20S; decrease. $2,111,731.
WASHINGTON STOCK MARKET. V
Bales Regular call, IZ o'clock noon:
rotemac Electric 5s. JLOOO at 10SU-
Mcrgenthalrr 5 at 217-
Washington irginia Railway com. 25 at :6U. 25
at 26.. 25 at 36l. 25 at ZVi. 25 at 36U, 25 at 36
Dutnct National Rank, 10 at 13.
Following are the bid and aiked prices posted
at yesterday's meeting of the Washington Suxk
Exchange:
GAS BOND3.
Rid. Asked.
Georgetown Oas 5s. 105 110
Washington !as 4s 109 .
Washington (las 5 110 110U
RAILROAD BONDb.
Capital Tracimn 5 H2's 112U
Ananr4ia & Potomac 5s 10)
City A Suburban 5s 19J 1M
Colnrobta 5s 101 1U2
Columbia 6s. 104 . ..
Mrtirpolitan 5s . 107 . .
Washington Railway & Irrtnc 4s .. .. 65 S5-
MISCELLANEOUS BONDS.
Potomac Electnc cons. 5s Wi 190
Potomac Electnc Light 5s. IOR 108U
Chesapeake A Potomac Telephone Ss 10K 104
American Tel. & Tel. i I0o ...
Emervm Steam Pomp 6o 5 l'O
Washicgton Market Cold Storage Ss . . 93 9i
I'LULIC LTIUTV STOCKS.
CapiUI Tractioti . ... "126 12S
Washington Itailway A Electric com. . 3 37
WaJilngtou Railway A Llectiic pfd . '- 89
Norfolk A Washington Steamboat. 212 230
Washington .a 7. f)
Gecrgrtown Gas S
American TcL A Tel 145
Washington irginia Railway com ... "W? ,
Washington irginia Railway pfd . 65-'St Wi
TiPh MACHINE STOCKS.
MeigrnthalfT Ij-wtvps . . . MIs 2irs
Lanston Monotype . 93 9b
MINING STOCK
Greene Cananea . . ... 6S W
NATIONAL RANK STOCKS
American 1SS !
CapiUI
City Nattral Bank 179 175
Commbij 235 . .
Corcmercial 195 200
listnct W 122
Karmirs A M'raianlc J65 W)
Lincoln 129
MctmwliUn 227 231
Klggs 55) 6J5
Second . . 13
National Bank of Washington 267 235
TRLST COMPANY STOCKS.
American Security & Trust. 253 2374
National Sayings A Trust 231
Union Tmst . 143 ...
Washington Loan A Trust. 210
Lmted Stages T-ust . . '117! 11'
SAVINGS BANK STOCKS.
Hnme 300
Merchants & Mechanics 11 170
Lnion . "2J3 200
Bank of Ccrrtmzrx ll
Last Washington 121: . .
Prondent J1
I IRE INSURANCE STOCKS
Arlington 25
Commercial 6
Corcoran - 79's
Kiremen"a 20H 21H
Frankun - 36 40
German American 260 ...
National Union 74 fi
Potomac 30 33
TITLE INSURANCE STOCKS.
Columbia 14 5
Real Estate 81 92
MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS.
Emerson Steam Pump II 25
Graphophcne com . 15
Merchants Transfer A Storage. 115
Security Storage 200
Washington Market 134
Li dindend.
NEW Y0EK PRODUCE.
New York, March 25-MILLFLLD-Easy small
busine-ci. Spring bran, 25.75, standard middling.
25.20, Western red dog. 28.23 winter wheat bran, in
109-pound sacks to arme, 26.10, city bran, in bulk.
2160.
OATS-Steady; neglected. No. 2 white, 37; No. 3
white, 33. standards, XH, elevator basis, white,
track 35aX.
KLOUIt Steady small business. Kansas straights.
4 tCttl.65, in satks, soft straights, 4 OOaLB. in bar
rels; spring patents, 4.93u5 10, in barrels, spring
clears. 4.10a4.25.
RYE FLOUR Firm, light inrmiry. Choice brands
Quoted at 4.25aL80.
CORNMEAL Dealings are inactise. Kiln-dned
for export. 2.70x2,75, coarse meal, in bags, LUaLE.
HAY Receipts. 720 tons: steady; inquiry is slow.
Prime timothy. 1.12Hal.l5; No. 1, 1 OOiaLlO; Na 2,
974al 00: No. 3. TmSO.
STRAW-Reccipts. 30 tons; steady; dull trade.
Long rye quoted at 59a60.
BEEF-Steady, limited dealings, packet, 11.00al5-09;
family. 16X016.59.
PORK-Stoady; duU trade. Mess. 2L50a21.75; fam
ily, 2L0Qa2L50.
LARD-Lifeless. Prime Western, 9.15; aty. 8L60;
refined continent. 9-35; South American, 10.25; re
fined Brazilian, in kegs, IL25; oleostcarine, 7Vi; laid
steaiine. clow; New York, 10.
INSiJRANCE STATEMENTS.
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
OF THE
Soston Insurance Company,
OF BOSTON. MASS..
On the 31st day of December, 1910. as nsnural
tinder District cf Coltrobia Code, amended
June 30. 1902.
CAPITAL STOCK. PAID UP. IX CASH,
ONE MILLION DOLLAIIS.
ASSETS.
Cash in office $25,272 CO
Cash in bank 3&.982S3
Real estate 34.000 00
Bonds and mortgages (first lien on real
estate) fcl9.806 0O
Stocks and bonds (market ralne) 4.769.315 CO
Rills receivable and collateral loani lue.72120
rremlums uncollected and in hands of
agents 497.6R5 9S
Interest due and accrued 25X5757
Notes n-ccireble 500 00
Atlantic Mutual scrip. 220 CO
lUinsorance return rn-ium 113 57
LIABILITIES.
Net unpaid claims 5I0HC8 39
Rrscnc as ixnuirrd by law L91.C97 71
Salaries, rents, expenses, taxes, Ac 29.213 3
Ocmmisaions. brokrrage. Ac....i C1JC9C1
Cash dlridenda rcmalnieg unpaid ZO.C0 00
Capital stock ,.. 1.003,00003
Amdunt and rharactrr rf business trans
acted during the year 1910: Fire, marine,
and inland $3,077,055(3
Losses sustained during the year 1910 1.70L292 H
Money rewired, during the year 1910 3.223,55620
Expended daring the year 1910. 3.0AS73C3
(Signed) WILLIAM R, HEDGES.
Vice President.
FREEMAN IOERSOX. Secretary.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7th day
of March. 191L
(Signed and scaled) JOHN M: EATON.
s Notary Public.
YOUNG k ELLETT,
IU MsViC nw., Diatrkt twnijaWi ea X. TM.
FINANCIAL.
Capital and Surplus, $2.300.000.
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that will make your banking connections both sat
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Its convenient location, complete modern
equipment and conservative management insure un
surpassed service.
It transacts A GENERAL BANKING BUSI
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Interest paid on ALL accounts; deposits sub
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Travelers' Checks and Letters of Credit is
sued available in all parts of the world.
Safe Deposit boxes rented 5 year up.
Union Trust Company
Corner 15th and U Streets N. W.
OFFICERS:
Kdnard J Steilagen President I Hdson B Old"? Treasurer
Geo. i; Hamilton lat Vice President Edv,ar(, u Hilljer Secretari
es r-'ninri.Vicfpresident H-rr, O. Wilson .... Asst. Treasurer
TnH i Assistant Trust Ofhcer P r rank D. Herron Auditor
J. Nota McCill . ... 3d Vke President
Redmond & Co.
33 Pine St., New York
Washington Representative.
W. n. MBItUIAM,
Colorado Building.
High Grade
Investment
Securities
Lists on request.
Gasch & Birge
RESIDENT MANAGERS
1326 New York Ave. N.W.
STATKME.T OF TIIU CONDITION
OK THE
German-American Insurance Com
pany, Of New York, rn the 31st dar of Pccrrabcr 1910 as
required imdrr District of Columbia Code, amend
ed Jure X. 1302.
Capital stock . JUMOawm
Capital stock raid up, in cash 1,jOCWOOO
ASSETS.
Cash in office 5H5S
Cash in bank KS.6M 16
Kal estate l.Wl.Sa
Bonds and mortsaees (nrst lien on real
estate) lr.OOOOO
Stocks and bonds (market value) 1J.OT.73 00
l"raniumj uncollected and in hands of
agents UlS.tTOt)
Interest doe and accrued 53,607 &S
LIABILITIES.
Net unpaid claims JT333K3)
Beserrc as renuired by law 6.917.152 H
Ileinuracce premiums. 2)9.798 29
Salaries, rent, cxpensoi, taxes, tc. ...... 131.70762
Commlisions. brokerase. ic. 41.850 id
Capitjil stock I.jOO.000 00
All other llabiliucs: Itcturn inrmiums.
$3,913.52, rents iid in adrance. $753.75;
real estate taxes accrued. $3J00.09;
premiums duo or to become due on
business placed with other com
panies. $15 605.50 25.51025
Amount and character of bnsinesn trans
acted during the year 191C: Kire ms..$l,U2.OC7.41O0O
Lrjes sustained during the yrar 1910 .... 3 O9.C02 33
Mcney receited dnrins the ye-ir 1910 7.9GS.7M 1
Expended dunnj the year 1919 6.637.010 57
(Siered) TO. A. KItEMl.lt. Pre-iilcnt.
(birred) C. C. SMITH. Secretary.
Suhecribcd and s-jrorn to before me this 25th day of
January. 191L
(BcaL) GEO. A. COKEY.
Commissioner cf Der for the Uistnct of Columbia.
Office. Xo. 56 Wall street. New York City.
GASCH & BIRGE
Resident Managers
1326 New York Ave. N.W.
GOVEBNMSIJT B0KDS.
Bid. Aatd.
a, reTistmd. 1533 101 101X
2a, coupon, 1939 131U
3s. rtsistered. 19C3-U .. 101X HGVk
3s. coupon. 1306-M , IMS 1024
ss. resUtered. 1325..., v IB 1
4s, coupon. 1JS. "Si 1KU
Panama: Canal WOO A, rrs'd. 1996. 101 101
Fanjuu Caasl 0 a reg-d, 1..M.. Ui Was
FINANCIAL.
U. S. Treasury Supervision.
I niiam l. etane
.Asst. Secretary
MONEY LOANED OV DISTniCT OP
Columbia property at lowest rates. Quid;
service Moderate charses.
milSKCI.I. d. McI.ETtAN,
1103 II street nw.
HEAL ESTATE LOANS
Made at Loneit Itntrs of Interest.
W. H. WAIKEB, 729 15th St. N.W.
3AILH0AD5.
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO LINES.
Published only as lrfrrrnatiop, nit Guaranteed.
12S1 noon eek day Pullman l'arlor Car Yas3
iicton to Ncwpnrt cws, Norfolk, and Old Point
Comfort ria Wash. So. R. V. S. P.. ltichmond.
md C. 4 O. Ur Pirinj ear.
2i0 p. m. daily-W ESTEISN EXPRESS to Vlr
pnia. W-"t tlrpnia and Kentucky points. Pull
man leepc's to Cincinnati and Lo-iisril!e Parlor
Car to irpnia Hct Sprinjs week days. C O.
dinins car.
650 p m daily-ST. LOUIS CTl!CGO 3PE
CIAI Solid train to St. Lcius. with l"nllmsn
ileeprrs to Chicar. Steps orly at importait sta
ticre. Pullman's finest eQnipment and C Ic O.
diniis ear. serrice a la carte.
11-19 p. m. daily F. F Y LIMITED to ths
VYe-S. Fonthwet, ard N'orthwct. Pultean sleepers
o Virsinia Hot Sprinjs. Cirdnnatl. and Louisil).
Cincinnati !eeper open for reenrancy 10 p. m.
C i. O dimnc ear errlee a Is carte.
Ticket Oiccs. 513 Pa. are.. 1339 I' st. and Union
Station. '1'hotes Main IOCS. 22C6. and 73S0.
BALTI&IORE & OHIO EAILH0AI).
LEAVE CMOV STTIO.V.
ROYAL BLUE LINE
"EVrRT OTHFR HOUR O.V THE ODD HOnit,"
TO PHILADELPHIA AND NEW TORh..
NEW YORK TERMINALS LIBERTY STREET
and W. TWENTY-THIRD STREET.
7:00 19S0 (Royal Special. 5 hours). 930 (Royal
Special), 'lino a. m.. 'ISO. 1M (Royal Ltmlt-d. 5
twnrs). 5OT. 3-00 p. m. and 12JS nijbt. 232 a. in.
Diners and Psrlo- Cars en day trains. Sleepers on
12J5 nicht cpen at 100 p. m.
Philadelphia and Atlantic City. I7S0, "SSO, T1S0
a. m., MM. ISO. tliX) p. m.
TO BALTIMORE.
"EYFRY UOPR ON TTIE HOOR.-
(Week days. I'M a. m. to 190 p. rn 1
Jffl. T51I0. 1630. 7.-!0. 73. t-CO. S3. "9S0.
fJ30. 10SO. 113C0 a. m.. 12-00 noon. 112-06. im.
iia5, 12x10. 3-00. 1320. 73J0. HS0. 1415. SS0.
tSiB. :30. 16S0. "63). t7S0. 130, tJSO, TOSO.
lO.-iO. T13f. '1205 nisht.
WESTWARD.
CHICAGO. 9-10 a. m.. '132. S37 p. m.
CINCINNATI ST. LODIS AND LODI3VILLE.
Jao a. m.. ta0 p. m.. 12.10 nieht.
PITTSBURG. 9-10 a. m.. 132. 9J0 p. m.. 1237
riaht. (Slrercr rodr 10 p. m.
CLEVELAND SO n. m. COLDMBUS. "530 p. m,
WHEFLINC "S-l a. m.. 539 p. m
Pehlnles of local trains at ticket offices.
Daflr. tExeert "imday. ISirndsy only.
TELEPHONES at fnDnwInz Tlrtet OOces: 1417 O
rt. nw.. Main lt- 619 Peni'Tltania are.. Main 273;
Cnicn Station effce Main 72S0.
NORFOLK & WESTERN RWT.
FCnEDULE IV EFFECT OCT. 2. 191J,
Ixin Waihinftan. New Colon Station.
f 00 a. m. Dally-All points on Norfolk and Wesfr
70J9 p. m. DinT-Rorer, Bristol. Wlnitoo-Ba-Irm
Kroxrllle. Chattanorr". Nbiill. Ne O
leirs. Thrcnjti 5!erer. Dtntc( Cars.
4d9 a. m, For Bitstol. Knoiiille. Chattanoot.
Najhtfllr. ind Memphla, Waahloctoa MrmpoJi
slerprr eprn 19 p. a.
For Norfolk Lear Washlrttrm. 4 St a. m. dally,
rrir Norfolk. 1120 a. m.: 12 1 noon dally, arrlrt
Norfolk, 530 p. a. weekdays. Lear Rlcbmood.
(osday. 4:10 p. m.. arrlre Norfolk. TS0 n, ta.
135 p. m. Dlly Berryrllle. Lnray. Sbenandoai.
Trains from the Southwest attire 6:13 a. m.. UJi
p ra.. and 121S a. in.
XU tBfnrmatiftn Fmrrtrenth street and New Tot
ran (Bond Bnildlncl
SOUTHERN RAILWAY.
N. B. Following schedule flsure published only
as information and are not guaranteed.
For Atlanta, Birmingham. Motile. New Orleans.
Atberille, t a. m. and 10.15 p. m. For Chattanooga
and Memphis. 9 DO a. n. dally. Dining can.
F.r Rcancke. Knoxrifle. Chattanooea. Birmlni
bam. New Orleans. 13 U0 p. m. Dining cars.
For Roatcke. Kcoxiille. Cbattanooca. NashriUe,
Memphis, 4:10 a m. daily. (Sleeping car open after
10 p. m.) Dlrlrc cars.
For Charlotte. Spartanb-rrg. Atlanta. Analaton, UJr
oiscbani. 435 p. m. daily. Dining cars.
For Greensboro. Durham. Raleigh. Charlotte. Co
lumbia. Charleston. Aiken. Augusta. Sarannah,
JaeksonTille. and Florida points. 630 p. m. dally.
Dmteg ram. I- S. BROWN. General Anct.
Largest Moraisg CircalatiM,
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