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THE WASHrggTOK HEBALD, WEDHESDAY, APSII 12, 1911.
11
. WALL STREET NEWS
Traders Pessimistic Because
of Long Inertia.
SELLDTG HTCBEASES SUGHTLT
Liquidation Can set Decline In Sev.
erai Stocks Prices Lower Ameri
can Cotton Oil Common Falls, Dne
to Ramor Cotton Exports Fall to
Make Record Other Gossip.
New York, April 1L Speculative senti
ment in Wall street, of the kind com
monly known as the room trading sort,
has lately become decidedly pessimistic,
chiefly because of the prolonged inertia
of the stock market, whote length is
now breaking all records.
To-day there was more selling than
for several weeks past and this was ac
companied by a decline in one or two
stocks that seemed to be caused by gen
uine liquidation. As a net result prices
were again lowered and rather more gen
erally than they have been on any oc
cation in the last fortnight.
Nevertheless, the raid was conceded on
all hands to be a failure. The selling
did not bring stock to the market in any
degree worth mentioning, and on the
other hand the market displayed a degree
of underlying strength, which indicated
that prices would advance rapidly should
buying orders for instant execution be
received for any considerable amount of
stock.
Rumor Starts Decline.
The one weak feature of the dealings to
day was American Cotton Oil common.
and the fall in its prices was due to
rumors that the forthcoming semi-annual
dividend upon the stock might be at
a reduced rate. It is believed, however,
that no notable reduction in the com
pany's profits has occurred, as it is the
policy of the company not to alter its
dividend rate upon small yearly fluctua
tion in business. The probability is that
usual semi-annual distribution will be
ordered at the meeting of the directors
to be held for that purpose next month.
Of news bearing upon the market prac
tically the only item was the govern
ment's report of agricultural experts of
domestic products for last month which,
as all people expected, did not make as
strong a showing as those for the pre
ceding months of the calendar year. This
was, of course, due to the fact that ex
ports of cotton in March did not keep up
the extraordinary and unprecedented
rate of earlier shipments.
As regards the country's export and
Import trade during the remainder of the
fiscal year attention must converge upon
the exports of other commodities besides
cotton, and upon the reduction in the
quantity of purchases of goods and ma
terials abroad by our people owing to
the general economizing that is now tak
ing place.
SEW YOBK STOCK MAEKET.
Quotations fnralthrf by Vf. B. Hibbs k Ox, men
ben of tie New Tort Stock Exchange, Hibbs Build
log. Can money: Open, 2W; high. 2S: low, y;closc, 3.
SALE OF SHAKES BX HOURS.
Shares to 11 a. m 2?.10J
Shires to 12 m. llrt.500
Shares to 1 p. m 132.400
Shares to 2 p. m 1(2,000
Shares to J. p. m. 157,803
RAILROADS.
Open. High- Low. Close.
10SH
lOHi
10SS
2254
04
mi
130H
itn
30
63
30
43
, 106' i
10T4
121
, 125'a
35H
1K4
1154
1374
134
S34
147
474
105S,
4
1074
LUV
135
35
1554
1154
S4
HEW YOHK MONEY.
New York. Arnl 1L-There U no chancr in the
time-money mariet. and rates are unchanged at
24a2S per cent It futv vs. Twa3 per cent for
ninety days. 3454 prr cent frr fror. five, and six
months, and 3al per ',t frr crer the year.
Business is very dull, and what leans are recorded
are in the shorter mitnntie.
Commercial paper remain, unchanged at 3a3H
per cent for the host nair- .
London disrermts 24 rT cent, up 1-16 per cent.
Paris disemnts 74 pc cent, unchanged.
Berlin discounts 2 rr cent tmcCianged.
A., T. &, S. F. com. 1031
A.. T. & a F. pfd IOCS
Baltimore k Oaio com 1054
Brooklyn Bapid Transit... 77
Canadian Pacific. ZSj
Chesapeake & Ohio. 804
Chicago Great West. com. an
C. M. k St. T. com 1204
C-. M. & St. T. nfd 147
Chicago k N. W. com.... 1434
Denver k Bio G. com 301
Denver k Bio G. pfd. fiHi
Erie otaii.... ................. 23?i
Erie 1st pfd 47
Erie 2d pfd 3714
Great Northern pfd 128
Illinois Central -lOTi
Inter. Metro, com m.
Inter. Metro, pfd. 53H
Lehigh Valley 174
Louisville k Nashville,.... UK
K. k T. com ."tn.
31.. S. P. & a S. M. com. 1(7
Missouri Pacific 47
-V Y. C. & H. R
N. Y.. O. & w
Norfolk & Western
Northern Pacific.
Pennsylvania
a. C. k St. L.
Reading com.
Bock Island com
Kock Island pfd
Southern Paanc com
uiiiem Hallway com 27'
Southern Railway nfd 63
Texas & Pacific 27
Third Avenue 9V.
I.. St. L. & W. pfd !.
I men Pacific com 176
I uion Pacific pfd..... 91S
Wabash com 151,
Wabash rfd 37
INDUSTRIAL&
Amalgamated Copiier 62S
Am. Beet Sugar com. 45H
Am. Can. com 9
Am. Can. ikfd S3
Am. Cotton Oil com
Am. Locomotive com
Am. Smelt, Ref. com..
Am. Tel. k Tel
Am. Woolen com...
Am. Woolen pfd
.Central Leather com
Colo. KuH & Iron com... 31
Consolidated lias. N. Y... 114
Cora lYrvi. Ref. com li'
Corn Irod. Ref. pfd. 7
Distiller.;' Securities 3H,
li'ueral Wcctnc 152
tioldfield Consolidated 6
Great Northern Ore 61S,
International Steam Pump 40
National Biscuit com 13S
Nevada Consolidated 17
IVple's Jas f Chicago.. KP
I'rrsvd Sir.-l Car com.... 324
Pullman Comma lW-
Uailwat Steel Spnnjrs com 324
ItailicaA Steol Sprinss pfd. 09
Itrnub'ir I. & s. com.... 22
Ttnncs-i, Coi.jier 374
C S. Biihoyr com 4'
I'. S. dibber pfd 1144
I, s. Ste-I mm 774
V. .S Steel pfd 113
t'tali Copper 434
Va. Car. iliem. com C64
Wciern I'nion Tel 72s.
BON Da
Amcr. T.aeeo 4s S14 SS4
Amer. ToImcco 6s 1C74 1374
AtcJi. Convert. Ss KB 1M
General 4s 9S 9S
Convert. 4s S14 83V
'. B. & Q. Joint 4s S6 054
f-hi.. Bo-k Isl. & Pac 4s 74 7S1,
Inter. Metro. 4 7SV. 73,
Perns. Ctnveru 34s 1915 V DS4
Sonthern Bail-raj- 5 10fi4 1064
I'nion I'ae-.Sr Convert. 4v 105 105
t'. S. Steel 2d 5s 1064 1054
CTJEB JIAKKET.
584
904
I7C4
4
164
3Tli
KT-i
434
2144
H".
21
11S4
1H
194
474
374
127
1374
U4
534
1724
1444
sa
116
464
1054
414
1064
123.
125S
95
1754
94
164
2
564
lw4
104
lWi
'n'.i
asv.
'A
a
1204
1474
1U4
34
&4
294
374
1274
UT4
L4
S54
1734
1444
lis
474
105
414
107
1234
12&-.
3S4
94
464
I76
FINANCE AND REALTY
324
1634
11!4
434
6frS
23
31
Wi
144
734
3T
150
6
614
40
1X4
174
103
324
150 "
11:4
B. K.
784
964
1064
734
1454
344
904
23
31
1134
:i4
784
334
1504
43V
1144
764
1194
434
6?i
S34
96
TS'i
7i?4
9C"
1364
105
The merger of the Commercial Na
tional and the 'City National banks was
assured at a meeting of committees from
the two organizatons with the two direc
torates yesterday afternoon. The plan
agreed upon involves the increasing of
City National stock from 500.000 to 750,
000. the $250,000 Increase to be exchanged
for stock of the National City Bank on
the basis of six shares of National City
for Ave shares of Commercial. The slight
difference in book values of the stock will
be made up In cash. The consolidation
will be consummated as soon as the de
tails can be worked out and legal steps
taken by attorneys. Business will be
conducted in the Commercial National
Bank Building, to which a "large space
recently has been added. The combined
reports of the two banks will be in the
neighborhood of $6,000,000. ,
The committees that arranged the mer
ger, and whose report was unanimously
adopted yesterday afternoon by the di
rectorates of the two banks, were: Com
mercialA. G. Clapham, president; Brad
ley Davidson. Eldridge Jordon, J. A. Ca
hlll. and John Poole. National City E.
A. bmlth, A. E. L. Leckie and Wilton J.
Lambert.
Washington Gas touched another high
mark at SI 1-1 at yesterday's session of
tnc stock exchange. At that price 123
shares were disposed of after call.
It was generally believed the announce
ment, read by the secretary of the ex
change, that the company was about to
pay its regular quarterly dividend of
$1.20 per share had something to do with
the renewed strength of this much dis
cussed security.
Consolidated 5s were offered at a reces
sion from the 100 mark steadfastly main
tained for weeks. One broker wanted to
sell $1,000 worth at 93 7-S. There were
no takers.
The session was listless, though no
general recession in price was manifest.
Gas 5s were strong, advancing to 110 1-S
with $ selling at 110 1-4. Numerous 110
bids were disregarded, but the 1-S ad
vance stirred up fair activity.
On the eve. of a trip to Cuba, Colin H.
Uvingstone. first vice president of the
American National Bank, was enter
tained at a luncheon by William T. Gai-
liher, president of the institution, yes
terday afternoon at 1 o'clock at the Hotel
Continental, to which the directors of
the bank were invited guests. The affair
came as a complete surprise to Mr. Liv
ingstone, he being escorted to the hotel
by Mr. Galliher. where he found the
directors already assembled. Mr. Galli
her extended to Mr. Livingstone the best
wishes of himself and the other directors
and wished him a pleasant Journey and
safe return. A handsome leather travel
ing bag. with complete outfit in silver,
was presented by Mr. Collins to Mr. Liv
ingstone, who accepted it with appro
priate remarks. Mr. Livingstone leaves
to-daj. with his family, for a trip to
Cuba, to be gone until the last of the
month.
WASHINGTON STOCK HAEKET.
Bales Rccmar can, 12 (dock noon: .
Capital Traction. 10 at 1364.
Washington Baflway & Electric pfd., 24 at 89 5
t SS4.
Wash tact on Gas, 25 at 81, 25 at S1H.
Mergcnthaler, 5 at 217, 10 at 217, 10 at 217.
United States Trust, 10 at US.
After call Washington Gas. 20 at HI. 5 at 814
25 at 814. 25 at 814. 25 at 814. 25 at 814.
Washington Gas Ss, J2J00 at 1104. $1,000 at 1104.
$4,000 at 1104. $4,000 at 1104. $500 at 1104.
Following are the bid and aaked price prated
at jesterdaj'i meetiDB of Um Waihregton Stock
Exchanca:
GAB BONDS.
Bid. Asked.
Georgetown Gas 5s. 105 110
Washington Ga 4s 109;
Washington Gaa 5s. 1094 1104
ICAILnOAD BONDS.
Capital Traction 5s. 112 1124
Anacostia & Potomac 5s. 100
Anaecstia & Potomac 5s, tmst. 101
City & Suburban 5s 1024
Columbia 5s 101
Columbia 6. lflj
Metropolitan 5s 107
Washington Bailwar & Electric 4s. 85
MISCELLANEOUS BONDS.
Potomac Electrio eons. Bs 994
Potomac Electric Light 5s. 1074
C. & V. Telephone 5s. ... 1034
American Tel. & TeL 4s 107
Emerson Steam Pump 6s S3
Washington Market Cold Storage 98
Nor. & Wash. Steamboat Ss 102S
PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS.
Capital Traction 126
Washington Railway A Electric com.
Washington By. & Elec. pfd SS4
Norfolk & Washington Steamboat. 210
Washington Gaa. 61
Georgetown Gas. 774
Amman Tel. & Tel 1454
Washington-Virginia Railway com 374
Wash-ugton-Virgmia Railway pfd 664
TYPK MACHINE STOCKS.
Mergenthaler Linotype 217
Lanstcn Monotype X4
MIKING STOCK.
Greene Canaries 64
NATIONAL BANK STOCKS.
American National Bank in
Capita! :
City 165 ISO
Columbia 225
Commercial 133 205
Pi-tricl 131 135
Fanners & Mechanics. 270 2W
Lincoln 110
Metropolitan 225
Riggs .5(4 620
Second 165 170
National Bank of Washington 260 265
TRUST COMPANT STOCKS.
meriran Security & Trust 2S5 2564
National Savings A- Trust 227
Cnioi. Trust '1424 US
Washington Loan A. Trust. 217 230
t'nited States Trust '118 1194
I'niKd Stat.s Trust. 1174 1134
SAVINGS BANK ST0CK3.
Home sm
Merchants & Mechanics lfio 175
I'nion Savings 2'0 260
Bank ct Commerce. U
East Waington 13
Proridfai 10
I-Ilia, 'N.SCItA.Wfc bTuCHS.
Arlington
DAILY COURT RECORD
(Tne.dar, April 11, 1011.)
854
1014
994
1264
814
2174
944
64
Supreme Conrt of the United States.
Present: The Chief Justice. Mr. Jiutica Harlan.
Mr. Justice McKerma. Mr. Justice Holmes,' Mr. Jus
tice Day. Mr. Justice Lurtoo. Mr. Justice Hughes,
Mr. Justice Van Deranter. and Mr. Justice Lamar.
Curtis J. Beodle. of Holdrege, Nebr.: Frank
Wright Cottle, of Cincinnati. Ohio; Albert 8.
Marley. of Kansas City. JIo.: William B, Thur
mond, of Kansas Citr. JIo.: A brim a Hatch, of
Heber City. Utah, and James L. Coleman, of Chi
cago, 111., were admitted to practice.
No. 117. Northern Pacific Ballway Company et
at. appellants, vs. John TrodJck; argument com
menced by Mr. Charles Donnelly for the appel
lanta. continued by Mr. Thomas J. Walsh for the
appellee, and concluded by Mr. Charles Donnelly
for the appellant.
No. 120. Bat Portagn Lumber Company, plaintiff
In error vs. The State cf Minnesota; and
No. 12L Lcsure Lumber Company, plaintiff in
error, vs. The State of Minnesota; argued by Mr.
B. R. Brig-s for the plaintiff in error in No. 120.
and by Mr. George T. Simrnon for the defendant
in error, and submitted by Mr. M. H. Stanford fcr
the plaintiff in error in No. 121.
No. 122. J. K. Bean et at. petitioner. s. W.
A. Moms and T. K. Howell; argument commenced
by .Mr. T. J. Walsh for the petitioners.
Adjomed nntil to-day at 12 o'deck.
The day call for Wednesday. April 12. will be as
follows: Nos. 122. 123, X. 133. 100. 222. 73, 92 and
397). 131. and 12S.
Attorneys,
Commercial ......
Corcoran ..........
Kirerm-n's
Krankhn
( I ermar. - A merica n
Nauonal Cnur.. ..
Potomac
... 204 214
.... 36 40
.... 260
TO
There were a few sales in Capital Trac
tion at 126 1-4. Railway preferred eased
down in
TITLE INSURANCE STOCKS.
rolumMa
Real KVatA S4
MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS.
Emenon Steam Pump 15
Graphophone com.
Graphopli-ne rf'l 224
Mcrchauts Transfer & Storage. .. 113
Seamty Storjgr 200
Washington Market, UM
'Ex dividend.
Unl.tcd Slates Commerce Conrt.
Present: Presiding Judge Knapp, and Associate
Judges Archbald, Hunt, Carland. and Mack.
L. Busaell Allen. John B. llaish. John C. Howard.
Balph M. Shaw, and T. J. Scofield were admitted
to practice.
No. 9. Procter & Gamble Company vs. United
States et al.; ordered that Uie time within which
the United St a Us shall file its answer bo extended
until the further order of the court.
Nos. 1 and 2. Southern Pacific Company et aL va.
Interstate Commerce Commission, and Atchison, To
rek and Santa Fe Railway Company et al. vs. In
terfile Commerce Commission: Mr. Seth Mann
concluded argument for the interveners. Associate
Jobbers of Los Angeles, and Pacific Oxist Jobbers"
A&socution. on motion of the United Stales to dis
miss. Robert Dunlop presented to the court bnef
lor the petitioners on application for temporary in
junction and concluded his argument for the car
riers. H. A. Scandrctt concluded for the earners
and P. J. Farrell for the Interstate Commerce Com
mission. No. 32. Southern Pacific Onminny vs. Interstate
Commerce Commotion; to Mt aside an order of the
commission establishing certain class rates from
Sacramento and points west of Ogden in Nevada
and Utah. In this case it was ordered that the traf
fic bureau of the Merchants' Exchange of Santa Ke
be permitted to intervene.
The hearing of Nos. 15, 21. 22, 23. and 21 was posU
ponrd until Monday. April 17.
At 42) p. in. court adjourned until 10 J) Wednes
day. April 12. 1311.
No, 52304. Sonne vs. Armea; same
E. A. Swinzle-Hallam &. Hallam.
No. 50944. Were vs. The Pullman Company; ver
dict for plaintiff for $195. Attorneys, A. L. New
myer Maddux & Galley.
No. 2734a United States vs. Earl B. Baxter; non
npport; bench warrant awarded and issued.
No. 52343. Fry vs. Darton; on trial. Attorneys,
Leckie, Fulton & Cox and G. & ShinnV. H.
Wallace.
Assignments for April 12:
No. 3. Shoemaker, adnJristrator. vs. Matleson
et at. Attorneys. Lambert & Yeatraan Rldout.
No- 43. Fry vs. Dutton. Attorneys, Leckie. Ful
ton and Cox Wallace.
No. 49. Columbia Manafacrarin Company vs.
Page. Attorneys. Sullivan-Darr, Peyser k Taylor.
No. 83. Paulos vs. Pauloa, Attorneys. Fenne
baker, Carusi i Jones, and Shinn Darr, Peyser
k Taylor,
No. 33. Weigand vs. Sander. Attorneys. Behrend
Balderston.
No. 51. Pitner Gasoline Lighting Company vs.
Miller et aL Attorneys, Wheatley Kappler &
MeriTlat.
No. 29. Montague Cattle London Company ts.
Von Herbulis. Attorneys. Wheatley-De Patron.
No. 37. Holmes vs. Lipscomb. Attorneys, Clagett
o lassie.
FINANCIjL.
I0CAL PRICES CURRENT.
Quotatiom given below are for large lota. Jobbers'
prices are higher:
EGGS Near-ht freh Vlrnnij lAiTCA.- IVW VL-
uie course 01 ine aay. a lew , penhwt Virginia. 16; Tennreve.
Quotations furnished by W. B. Hibba k. Co..
members cf ths New Tori Stock Exchange, Hibba
Ismidicg.
sales ranging at S3 and SS 7-S.
thaler brought 21
Mergen-
inSCET.T.ANEOUS BONDS.
New York. April 1L Closing quotations of raiseel
lanemn bonds:
American TVitiaoro 6s.
American Tobacco s
Baltimore & OH10 gld 4s
nalthnore &. flhio Stm 34s.
Bethlehem Steel 5s ,
New York Central 4Vs 1KT neTr
New York Centnl 4'-i
New York Central 4s 19vt
New York Central is 1559
Northern Pacific 4 ,
Northern Pacific 1
Norfork & Westm evt. 4s
Seaboard Air Line ad). 5s
Southern Paanc col 4s
Southern Pacific crt. 4
Southern Pacific rfr. 4s
Southern Railwav 4p
fnirm Pacific cvt. 4s
Union Tacifid rfg. 4s
Total sales. CCSSOTO
. 1074
. 854
. 94
. !4
. 134
. in,
. 102
. 9?,
. 9-VSt
. ?4
. 70S
BOSTON COPPER STOCKS.
notations fcrnished by W. B. Hibbs i Co.. mem
bers of tie New York Stock Exchange. Hibbs Build
ing. Bid. Asked.
Adventure 5 54
Bohemia 2 21
Butte Coalition. . 17 17S
Calumet and Arizona. 494 504
Calumet A Hecla. 4c0 45
Copper Range. O 60H
Ea Butte. 1H. 12
Franklin .... 9 914
Indiana . 12 12
La Salle 4 41,
Masm Valley P s
Mergenthaler 2154 37
Michigan 1 2
Mohawk X4 37
North Butte 2 24
North Lake. 5 si
OM Dominion. 37 y;
Oneco Pi i
Osceola 1ft) 10s
rarrott 11 13
Quincy 6S fa
Shannon . 10 10S
Ronth Lake 4S 5
Superior & Pittsburg Wi 14
Swift 101VS 1014
Lake 31V, 32
Tamarack - 37 40
Trinity 4 4V4
Utah Consolidated 13 L14
Victoria IVj is
Wolverine 107 110
United Fmit. BMi 1S9W
BALTIMORE GRAIN MARKET.
Bay State Gas
British Cchunbia Copper
Butte Coalitirn
Cbicag? S-ibwHT
Cvall Central
Eh Central
Giroux I'oner
GoldfiWd llorcnce
Grcrne Canar.ea
Intercontinental Rubber
Krrr Like
I.a Rose
Manhattan Transit
Ma,vn Valley
Miami
Mines, Co. -f America
Nevada Hill
Nevada-Utah M. & S. Corp
Nipissing Mines Co
Ohio Copper
Rawhide Coalition
Ray Central
Swux
I'mted Copjer
United Ccpper pfd ....
Yukon Gold
Asked.
4
5 15-16
14
314
6 3-16
le4
4V
34
4
19,
14
GOVERNMENT BONDS.
Bnitimore. April II. -FLOUR Winter extra. 3.15a
3J5; do., dear. 3JCv3.T0: do., straight, aS0a3.95; do.,
patent. 4JTni.45; spring rlcar. 3.654.05: da. straight.
4-65a4.90: do patent. 4.S0aS.lS: City Mills best pat
ent, 5.50; do., high-grade patent. 4.75: do., high
grade strajght, 4.45; do., choice family. 4.00; do.,
extra. 3L25a3.40; rye floor, medium to choice, 4.00a
4JS; com meal. TOO lbs.. L20aijo.
RiE Stock in elevators. 2232 bushels; ahipmenui
from elevators, 36S bushels. No. 2 rye. Western.
domestic. 94a35; No. 3. do.. 90a91; No. 4. do.. 86aS7;
No. 2 near by. 82; bag lots, as to quality. 75nS0.
OATS Stock fa elevators. 172.909 bushels; ship
ments from elevators. 8.550 btKhelx. No. 2 white.
3fi4a37r standard vrhite, 364a364: No. 3 white. 364a
3G4.
BABLET-Soxk in ekrrators. 15.CS1 bushels; ship
ments -from 3eeators. 100 boshejs.-
registered. I93S
2s, coupon, 1930
3. registered, 1905-13
3s. coupon. 130-18
4s. registered. 1925
4s, coupou. 1325
Panama Canal 10-30 2s. ree'd. 1936.
Panama Canal 10-30 2s. regl. 193S....
Bid. Asked.
1014 1014
lOlVi
1014 1024
1014
1144 H54
.... 1154 HMi
101 10114
101 1014
TREASITEY STATEMENT.
At the beginning of business yesterday the cond
Uon cf the United States Treasury was:
Working balance in Treasury offices.. ...$27,737,674 32
Total balance m general fund 8S.5S8J93 IS
Ordinary receiiits 969.403 06
Ordinary disbursements 3.123.453 03
The deficit jesterday was S2.I3S.694.44; this month,
$3,134,947.22; this month last year. $153,305.56; to
date this fiscal year. $117,055.31; as against a de
firit of $16,209,215.71 at this time last year.
These figures exclude Panama Canal and public
debt transactions.
COTTON MARKET.
Quotations furnished by W. B. Hfbbs & Co.. toen
hers of the New York Stock Exchange, Hibbs Band
ing, New York. April 1L The cotton market dis
played a reactionary tendency to-day. A cul
mination an-ared to- have been reached in tha
upward movement with enormous realixing sales by
the bulls and nearly as much anxious buying by
the shorts. Influences having direct Intnr
on the market were not under discussion. Whether
news was mmewnat hetler with rising tempera
tures and abundance of rain ruling throughout
the cotton belt. Receipts were not greater .than
expectations, and Southern snot markets we
steady without important change. Liverpool con
tinues to show strength, and dunn; the earliest
dealings that market had reacted from the high
level in prices for the moment.
Open. Hirh. Ivmt. rirc
W 14J3 14.72 14L5T 1161
uiy 14,50 14.65 14.50 1434
iiooorr 12,93 12.94 12.78 12.82
December H83 1Z8S 12.70 12L73
William A. Mearns. of Lewis. Johnson
& Co., a member of the New York Stock
Exchange, and one of the best Informed
securities men. will address the Bank
Clerks' Chapter to-morrow night on
"Stocks and bonds." Mr. Mearns has
this subject well In hand at all times.
It is said that the Richmond clearing
house will soon install its own bank
examiner.
Architects Milburn. Heister & Co., of
this city, have been notified that the
ccunty commissioners met yesterday and
selected that firm to prepare plans and
specifications for the new courthouse and
jail buildings to be crectPd at Raeford.
r. C-. the county seat of the new county
of Hoke, which was created by the last
lfgislature.
Justice Charles E. Hughes, of the
United States Supremo Court, was grant
ed a permit yesterday for the erection of
his new residence at Sixteenth and V
streets northwest. The structure will be
a four-story brick dwelling costing about
$3S.000. George Oakley Totten is the ar
chitect, and John H. Nolan, the builder.
Another gauge on the value of down
town property was offered when Mrs.
Mary A. Velati bought from Hugh B.
Rowland, trustee, the property at 609
Fourteenth street northwest for $33,400.
The purchase was made at auction,
Adam "Weschler conducting the, sale. The
property has a frontage of twenty-one
feet and runs back 100 feet, establish
ing a price per square foot of about $33.
The property is now improved by a
two-story brick business building. It Is
Mrs. Velati's intention to tear down the
present structure shortly and begin the
erection of a handsome business and
office building, the lower floor of which
will be occupied by her establishment.
BUTTER-CreameTy. fancy. 23Hi24; Western firsts.
224a23; teconis. 214a22.
CHEESE New York State factory, new large
13aU. e
POL LTRY-Chickens. per lb.. 22a25; hens, pn
lb.. 13; roosters. 9al0; geese, per lb., 12al3; tur
keys. it lb . 20a22.
DRESSED It)l LTRY-Hens. choice, per lb..
lSal9. roosters. i-r lb.. 10; geese, per lb.. J3aI4- tur
keys, frr lb.. 2U24.
VEGETABLES-Potatoes, No. 1. per bu.. TOaTJ;
pr bbL. 1 25il.75; No. 2. bbl.. 75.11.00; sweet, pv
bbl.. 2.50a3.50; yams, per bbl.. 1.50i2.50; cucumrm.
Florida, per basket. L50a3.fO: onions, per bu.. 2,50a
2.75; cabbage, per crate, LOOaLV); kale, per bbl.. 50a
75; eggplant, per crate. 4 00; vpush. per bW.. Hub
bard. 2.503.50; string beans, per bas.. 3.00a3.50; let
tuce, per has.. 1.50a50; caulifiowrr. per bbl.. 4.00a
5.00; celery. Florida, per crate. 1.75aiJ0; California,
Ir crate. 375al.: do.. 40a5". tiirnij. per bnx. 35a
60: rutabagas, per bbl., LSOaiOO; beet.v 1.2UL75 per
crate; spinnage, per ooi.. i.xai.o; popcorn, per lb.,
V perrrs. per crate. 1.50al.75: green peas, rrr has..
l.J0a3L50. tomatoes, Honda, per crate. 75ai.50, pars
lev, prr has.. I.2aL50. romabie. per bav, L25aL75.
tJREEN FBCITS Apples, tier bM.. 5.00U7.00;
oranges, California, per box, 2.35a3.25; Florida, 2.00a
3.00; lemons, per box. 3.25a3.50, grape fruit, per
box, 2.50a2.75; pmeapple. L75a3.00; grapes, Malaga.
keg. 4.50s7.00; cranberries, per box. L75a3.00; per
bbi.. 9JOal0.5O; strawberries, quart. 25a35.
HAY AND STBAW-Hay. Western. No. 1 2a00a
23J0; No. 2. 19.00al3.5O. mixed hay. 14.00al8.00; straw.
rye. bundle. 10; machine thrash. 7.00a7JO: straw.
wr.cat. per ton. 5.anfa.uu; straw, oat, per ton.7.00a
8.00.
DRESSED MEATS Hogs, small neat, 9; hors,
large. 8; hams, country cured, 29a25.
LrCE STOCK Hogs, per cwt.. grosn. 7.59aS.00;
sheep, per lb.. 3a34. lambs, per lb.. 54a64; calves,
chc.ce. per lb.. 8; medium, per IK, 74.
GRAIN Wheat, new, it bushel. 0a90; enrn.
shelled, eld. per bu.. 59a60; new, 55a59 per bn.;
new ear, per bbl.. 2.9513.25; oats. Western white.
No. 2. per bu.. 42a46; oats, mixed, per bu., 39al5;
bran, per ton. 27.00; middlings, per ton. 2S.00.
WOOL AND HIDES-WooL washed, free of
burrs, per lb.. 23; wool, unwashed, per lb.. 23; hides,
green, per lb., 8; hides, dry. per lb.. 12al4; calf
skin, grten. each, 1.25al.44.
SKINS No. 1 grade, mink, each. 3.00x5.00; musk
rat, each, 28a30; kits. each. 5al5; opossum, each,
30a33; gray fox, 75aL00; red fox, each. i50a3.00;
raccoon, each, 75aL35; skunk, each, 50ii.CC; rab
bit, each, L
United State Court of Customs An
penis.
Present: Presiding Judge Montgomery, and As
sociate Judges Smith, Barber, and De Vries.
The following cases were handed down yesterday.
No. 137. Knauth. Naehod fc Kubne.' appeilanta,
vs. United States.
Opinion by Barber, associate judge.
The mcrchandie consisted of wall pockets com
prised of lnper cardljoard upon which litho
graphic prints had been pasted. The collector as
sessed them for duty as lithographic prints at 6
oenti rr pound. The importers claimed that the
merrhandbe was dutiable as manufaetnru of paper
35 ier cent, or as printed matter at 25 per
cent. The board of grneral appraisers sustained
the collector, ami decision of the board is modi
fied, the court holding that the merchandise b
dutiable as manufactures of paper at 35 irr cent.
.No. 12. United States, appellant, TS. J. M.
Tate.
Opinion by Barber, associate judge.
The merchandioe wa bux tjii, mads of paper
under eight-thousandths of an inch in thickness
and lithographically printed. The collector av
Mwvd it for duty as lithographic prints at 20
centi per pound. The importer claimed it to be
dutiable as surface-coated papers, printed, at 3
cents per pound and 20 per cent. The board
of gfreral appraisers allowed the daim of the
importer, and the decision of they board rs reversed.
DISTRICT COURTS.
Court of Appeals.
Adjourned from day to day until May L
Frolintr- Court.
JUSTICE GOULD.
Estate of Kate S. Jcrming; petition for letters
testamentary. Attorney. I. S. Pennepaeker.
Estate of Christina B. Ribnitski; petition claim
ing part and for all of e&tate. Attorney. A. S.
Taylor.
Estate of Theresa Arnold: petition for letters
of administratirn e. t. a. Attorney. G. H. Lamar.
rotate of William C. 31ason; letters testa
mentary granted to Caroline Mason, bond $500.
Attorney. J. EL Laakey.
Estate of John Maynard: petition for letters of
administration. Attorney. W. H. Sholes.
Estate of Elizabeth Freeh; letters of testa
mentary granted to Jacob P. Freeh, bond $1,000.
Attorney. E..J. Bemhard.
Hstate of 'Mary L. Brown; letters testamentary
granted to Mary L. Brown, bond $500. Attorney.
Thomas Walker.
Estate of Jamm 1 Noms; order to sell se
curities and i-eraonalty. Attorney. W. G. Gardi
ner. Estate of Margaret Knchett; order to give
special bond. Attorney. T. W. Kntehett,
Estate of Jr.hn Ofenstein: order to sell busi
ness. Attorneys. E. H. Thomas and B. H.
Walker.
Estate rf Helen MeL. Kimball: order to sur
render policy and sell dann. Attorney. A. G.
Bentley.
In re Ann W. Todd; order to make loan. At
torney. R. SI. Parker.
Estate of Frederic T. Chisolm: petition for let
ters testamentary. Attorney. L. H. David.
Estate of Edward Hawen; will dated July 20.
1899. and petition for letters testamentary filed.
Attorney. C T. Black.
Estate of May J. Bird; order ratified.
funded.
No. 729.
dismissed.
nnnkrnptcy Court.
JUSTICE STAFFORD.
In re Abe Fox; truitec's fee ordered re
in re D. H. Wolpoff Company; petition
District Court.
CHIEF JUSTICE CLABAUGH.
No. 811 In re extension of New York avenue;
time to file transcript extended (by Mr. Justice
Stafford).
No. 879. In re opening of alley in squire 2533;
verdict of jury confirmed.
Equity Salt.
No. 30107. George V. Chandlir and James D.
Vanghin vs. Edward T. E. Chandler. Sarah 31.
Wood. Malcolm H. Chandler; confirm contract. At
torney, W. C. Balderston.
Capital and Surphx... $1,900,000
Deposits Over. $6,000,003
w
E HAVE
MONEY
TO LOAN
on real estate and ap
proved collateral at cur
rent rates of interest.
"Conference on this subject
invited. '
The Washington Loan
and Trust Company,
Cor. 9th and T SU.
JOHN JOX EDSON. Prealdest,
Redmond & Co.
33 Pine St, New York
Washinrjton Representative,
W. K. MKKRIAaf,
Colorado Building:.
High Grade
Investment
Securities
Lists on request.
W. B. Hibbs & Co.
New York stock Exchange.
Washirgtcn Stock Exchangs.
Chicago Board ct Trade.
LOCAL SECURITIES bought
and sold on same favorable terms
as we offer for trading in New
York stocks and bonds.
Hibbs Building.
Fallinir Off in Taxes.
There was a decided falling; oft in the
number of drivers' tags issued at the
District Building yesterday, the total be
ing eighty-eisht, -while on Monday there
were Tiearly SCO issued or reserved.
Will Investitrntc Glanders,
Dr. R. XV. Hickman, head of the Bu
reau of Animal Industry of the Depart-
mentofAgriculture, saldlastnight that
he would not be able to diagnose the case
of the horse at the Riding Academy sup
posed to be suffering from glanders until
the early part of next week. The ex
amination of the blood will probably be
made Monday, and a statement of the
result will be made Tuesday or Wed
nesday.
Equity Conrt No. 1.
JTSTICE ST.UTOP.D.
No. 3BTI. Eatxnan vs. Tnmlin; auditnr'.s rernrt
ratified. Attorneys, M. N. itichardsouI. E. Col
lins. No. 3)013. Adam vs. Adams; (i. C. Gertman ap
pointed trustee to sell; bond, $1,000. Attorney. G.
C. Gertman.
No. 25384. Smont vs. Smnnt : trustee's report rati
fld. Attorney. K. E. Mitchell-E. S. SlcCalrflont,
Equity Conrt, No. 2.
JCSTICE GOULD.
No. XM3. Dennis. Ac, vs. Dycnforth ct al. ; order
directing applicatiro of fund. Attorneys. W. H.
Dennis and It. 11. YcaunanBarnard & Johnson.
No. ZS503. Cae vs. Cave; rule returnable Arnl 11.
Attoreers. Thomas & IUlIer J. S. EasbsSmith.
No. 13 Gladman vs. Cross et aL; auditor'n re
P"rt confirmed. Attorneys. Gordon & Gordon Mad-
dox & Galley.
No. 2SWL White vs. Stewart; reference to exam
iner. Attorney, I. Williamson.
No. 23100. Hmsm vs. Brrwrn: order to pay exam-
iners' fee. Attorneys. JI. D. Rosenberg W. Ballin-
grr and W. L. FurbershaK.
Assignment for trwia :
No. 30966. Forrtst vs. Forrest. Attorney. Gert
man. No. LB. Williams vs. WilliacK. Attorneys. Rhodes
Barnard.
No. 145. Johnson vs. Johnson. Attorneys. White
Owen.
No. Iti SpeJlman et al. vs. Fisher et aL At
torneys. Gertman A: Ridmit Hill & Gardiner.
No. 131 Reyes vs. Kcyes et aL Attorneys,
Stewart Chase.
Latvanfta.
No. ST.ll. John C, Ewald v. Capital Traction
Crmrony; appeaL Appeilant'a attorney. G. T. Dunlop.
No. K512. Jeremiah Hefira rs. Same. Appellant's
attorney, same.
No. SS51i Fairfax i: Co. vs. John M. Conroy;
cr-tioran. Defendant's attorney. W. E. Ambrr.
N-. 55314. Eldred P. Dickinson vs. Mrs. George
May; account 507.19. Attorney, Ivan Ileideman.
No. j,T,15. Cnitrd States vs. Dennis Ennis; judg
ment Municipal Court 56.43. Attorney. C. R.
Wilson.
No. 53316. W. W. Iidlow v. United Garage
Crmpany; judgment Municipal Court $1JT.10. At
torney, same.
No. STBir. W W. Ijidlow vs. Adolph Johnson;
judmient Municipal Cnirt $43. Attnmej. same.
No. 5X515. Lewis Roth vs Robert F. Stonnell
and Captr Y. Geier: judgment Munkapa Court
RT Attcrrey. D. W. O'Donrtrhue.
No. 53510. John J. Hammer rs. Francis P.
Rheehy. dimages. breacli of contract C3L3L At
torneys. Archer &. Smith.
No. 5X320. Nanna Jansson vs. Daniel J, SuHy;
notes $L508.73. AtUmey H. W. Wheatley.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
HONEY WANTED AND TO I0AN.
IOANS MADE ON WASHINGTON
property at S and 6 per cent. RAY
MOND M. HUDSON, Attorney. S19 Colo
rado BWg. 125
MONET TO LOAN LET US MAKE
your new loans or replace old ones at
lowest rates of Interest. All transactions
conducted with economical consideration
for borrowers. WM. H. SAUNDERS &
CO.. 1407 F st. nw. GstP
MONEY TO LOAN ON D. C REAL
estate Lowest rates of Interest, Pay
ments on principal in amounts of $100 or
more received at any Interest cerlod.
lNavi1"11 C- B0Dd HgjJ
XJfM PSg
of Interest: special prlvlleBes wttlfrespect
topriprMyinent TYLER & RDTHra.
o-tf"
JTQRD. lncw 730 15th st, nw.
PAWNBB0ZEES.
MONEY TO LOAN
ON DIAMONDS AND JEWELRY
LOUIS ABtUHAM,
1 MOVED TOSS G ST.3fW
26C-ftXxo
BALTTMOEE PRODUCE MAEKET.
Baltimore April 1L BrTITEn-Cnarnery, fancy.
per lb., IKa3: da, choice, 2U22; dOL. eood. lSaZh;
da, imitation. 18a3; da, print. 2a27; da. blodcz,
Sa36; da. held, 16a3; ladle. laJS; Maryland and
Pennsylvania rolls, 3al4; Ohio roll. I2al3; West
Virginia rolla, UalJ; store-packed. 12; Sfarylaod, Vir
ginki. and Pronsyifinia dairy prints, lial4; precrsa
butter. 13il3.
EGGS-Maryland, Pennsylvania, and near-by flrsta,
doz. 16H; da. Eastern. 1: Western flrsta, per do.
1: da. Southern firsts, 15al; da. West Virginia
firsts, per doz,. 16 ; guinea eggs, per doz, StSt dock
eggs, near by. 3; Soathern, S; goose eggs per
doz,, SO26&.
LIVE PODLT2T Chkknr. m rM .
lb.. Ua2); apring chickens, per lb.. S5a4D; old hem,
heavy, lb.. 17; da, old. small to inetrm, pg- lb.,
17; old roosters, per D. 11; winter chickens. 2
lbs. and under. 2; ducks, young white Peklns,
fat. per lb.. ISalS; da. josmg Mnacorr and mn. I
grd. per lb.. Ial7; da, puddle, large, lb.. I7aJ8
pigeons, old, pair. ; da, young, par pair, SO?
Euinvm iiTwi, young, lis 10s. ana over. ". 4BM6;
da, yotms, small, each. 3; da. old. each, S.
CHICAGO ITVE STOCK
Chicago, April IL HOGS Quality fair. Rnlk of
prices, B.!fu35; light, fiaifi.70; mixed, and butchers,
&15a6.55; heavy, &JSa.40; rough, heavy. 5.85e.10
yorkers. fi.55aS.70; tags, CSafi.70. rHn-.r- ro-'
cdpta. H.0O3.
CATTLE Slav. Estimated rrceints. iOBO. Dm.
(.70; cows and beifers., i&aiJO; Texas ateers. CfOa
S.65: stockeri and feeders. 4.BB; Western, 4.SBaUS.
SHKElVay. Eatimited itoeipt. H.08a Na
trrea, XOSaUS; Weatarn, 3JW.00; yearitass. jg.
, SOME HONOR. ,
Play ball! How sweet, the summons sounds',,
And every jnan feels richer.
And gloats because be knows a man
, .. ,Who knows a mighty pitcher.- .; r . vi
Find enother'player. -
ANSWER, TO YESTEl8XA.Tra-PVZZL&. , ii "
Xbmidm down. Ja trcau
CI r en It Conrt No. 1.
JUSTICE ANDERSON.
Na 52517. Bowser & Co.. vs. Collins; order for
cemmision to issue forthwith. Attorneys. Alexan
der Wolf and J. A. Matthews E. A. Jones.
Na 51374. Kanns vs. Nash; given to jury. At
torneys, W. J. Lambert and R. H. l'eatman
Bimey & Woodard.
Assignments for to-day:
Na 23. Bowie vs. Pennsylrania Railroad Com
pany. Attorneys, Gaskins & Beckett McEenxtry &
Flania-ry.
Na 2S7. Cartwright vs. W. & R. Railway Com
pany ct al. Attorneys, Gittings & Chambcriin and
Kilgour Darlington.
Na 277. Harper vs. District of Cohrmbia et aL
Attorneys, Arche & Smith Thomas & Richardson.
Na 237. Prattler et al. vs. Wasoicgton Loan and
Trust Company. Attorney:, Gies Darr, Peyser &
Taylor.
Na 203. Brown vs. Dorcmns Machine Company et
aL Attoneys, Thurston & Wheatley Worthington.
Na 24L Strickler vs. Capiul Traction Company.
Attorneys, Ridout Perry & Son and Dunlop.
Na 23. MorUrity, adrricistrator. rs. Washington
Gaslight Company. Attorneys. Montague & Mo
rtality Miner & GoHsborcugh.
Na 232. Eshrr vs. Henley Stone Company. At
torneys. Forrest Gittings & Chamberlin.
Na 217. Masters rs. Washington Herald Cnm
piny. Attorneys, Gies & Lambert Berry & Minor.
Circuit Conrt. No. Z.
JUSTICE BARNARD.
No. 5113?. Parsons vs. District of Columbia: ver
dict for defendant. Attorneys, John Ridout E, H.
Thomas and W. H. White,
Na 51733. Donaldson vs. Empire State Surety
Company; mdeied en calendar and advanced for
trial. Attorneys, Ellis & Donaldson J. S. Easby
Smith. Assignments for to-day:
Na 225. Warren vs. Rrtrfiart. Attorneys, Bimey
k Woodard Tohriner.
Na 403. Carter vs. Capital Traction Company.
Attorneys, Walton & Robeson Perry k Son and
Dunlop.
Na 400. Carter rs. Same. Attorneys, same.
Na 393. Duncan re. Washington Gaslight Com
pany. Attorneys, McNeill k McNeill Berry k
Minor and McKenney & Flannery.
Na 302. Wiegand vs. Spitz. Attorneys, Behrend
Van Dyke.
Na 352. Brocksan vs. Anacostia and Potomac
Railway Company. Attorneys. Gittings k Cham
berlin Darlinston.
Na 336. Jones et aL vs. District of Columbia.
Attorneys. Richardson k rollxrd Thomas.
Na 643. Donaldson vs. Empire State Surety Com-
parry. Attorneys, Ellis & Donaldson Eaaby-firaita.
1113 L' rtreet nonhvnt-Sonare 304. lot 15; Harvey
A. Berkelev tn I-wis W. Oldman. JIO.
70S and 70S F street sonUiwet-S(iuare 437. parts
of lots 10 and 11; John J. Brosnan to Nellie E.
Hannan. S10.
rctrmiac avenue southeast, between Thirteenth and
Fourteenth streets Snnare 1045. lot 84; William
H. ;ibnn et nx. to Joseph E. Rollins. JIO.
Washington HighUnds-Iyiiv 1 ami 20. block S.
Charles G. Taylor to Hrrry W. Hennlge. $10.
Plra.nt Plain-tjuare 303L lot 113; Kennedy
Brothers. Inc. to Ella Cirri. J10.
Randle Hiirhlanrls Sunare 5501. lot 14; the United
States Realty Company to Reese B. Simp
son. JIO.
Between Q and R and Eleventh and Thirteenth
streets northwest Sonar 551, lot 202: James R.
Ellers-n et nx. ind Roy H. Pickford to
Smeklrr N. McOnne. $10. trust. J2.000.
Moont ricssunt Lot 53. block 8; Rox Chirico et
vir to Franas S. Ihmigan. J10.
Fifteenth street southeast, between Pennsrhrania.
and Potomac avenues Northeast of square 1055.
lot 23; John W. Brawncr. trustee, to Herman R.
nowenstein. $10.
Grart Park-Lots SI and f3. Hock 3; Elijah Brown
et nx. to James E. Wilkins. JIO.
700 Thirteenth street northwest Square 252. lot 1;
Clarence C. Calhoun et nx. to Henrietta M.
Halliday. $10.
G and Thirteenth streets northwest Square 223. part
01 lot 1; Henrietta ji. Halliday to Clarence C.
Calhoun. $10.
B street and Maryland avenue soothfast Spiare 733,
lot 19; Hettie H. Fague. Amelia II Huntler.
Lvdia H. Tillon. and Hettie H. Fagne. trustees
of the Woman s Foreign Mtsaonary Society of
the Metropolitan Memorial M. E. Church of the
City of Washington, to Richard A. Alexander
and Martha J. Alexander. C5M.
Randle Highlands Square 5312. lot 31: the United
States Realty Company (Inc.) to David I. Rob
erts. J10.
Randle Highlands Square 5524. lots 25 and 3S; the
Unitrd States Realty Company (Inc.) to George
B. Jackson, JIB.
Randle Highlands-Square 5512. lot 100; the United
States Realty Company to Walter O. Slusser. $10.
Pleasant Plains Square 3034. lot 143; Kennedy
Brothers. Incorporated, to Margaret M. Felton,
jia
Between I and K. Eighteenth and Nineteenth
aUeels northwest Square 107. north half of lot
33; Charles F. Benjamin, trustee, to Michael
Morris. 12,700.
Seventh and E streets southeast Square SOS. rnrt
01 iota a ana -'; LJnra u. i'aul to James L.
Clark, jio.
Mount Tleasant and Pleasant Plains Lot 53.
Nock 8; Frances S. Dunigan to Paaqnale
uusico and liose Lhuuco (joint tenants). JIO.
Eleventh and C streets southeast Square 900, parts
01 ictud. o. ana i; August lueder to Antonia
Ii Benedetto et ux.. J10.
Kosedale and Isherwocd Lot 18. block 2; Thomas
B. Welder ex, ux. to Groves Park Company,
Inuiiumted. $10.
Aller between L and M. Vermont avenue and
Fifteenth, streetaSrfaare 214, lots FS to 83;
.Mary EL Gihbs to Catherine Hessler, $10.
Whitney Close Lot 42, block 2; Hayes W. Hair
kins to Frederick N. Webber, jr.. et nx,. $10.
Fortrme Enlarged Part: Henry Clay Downing et
ux. to Joseph William Downing. $Mt
Fiirriew Heights-Lot 23. block 1; John W.
Lanriey et nx. to Richard Washinsrion. J10. '
Woodridgo-Lots 27 and 28, block 9; Frederic A.
Linger et nx. to Elizabeth A. Towse,' $10.
The Safest Investments
Are those that do not Uncinate during dis
turbed conditions of the money or stock mar
kets. First deed of trurt notes (first mort
gages), well secured on real estate in the Dis
trict of Columbia, constitute "gilt-edge" ln
Tevtmenta. They d? not depend upon tha
financial responsibility of individuals or cor
porations for their stability, and are exempt
from taxation as personal property. We cao
supply such investments In amounts from
$500 upward. Send for booklet. "Ccoceraial
Loans and Investments,'
Swartzell, Rheem &
Hensey Co.,
TZI lSUi Street Northwest,
REAL ESTATE I0ANS
Hade at Lrovreat Rates of Interest.
W. H. WALKES, 729 15th St. tf.W.
DEEDS OF TRUST.
Criminal Court Ho. X.
JUSTICE WBHJHI.
Na 27483. United States vs. Emory Wright;
hocsebreaxing; verdict, guilty.
Na 27(23. United States vs. Caleb W. Moore;
false pretenses; personal recocnlranco taken.
Na, 27502. United States vs. William Kelly and
William Fortune; depcrdaliocs private property;
venuci, gouty.
Na 27144. United States, vs. Arthur Thomas;
carnal knowkdge. nolle pros. ,
No. 25493. United States vs. Walter C. Brooks;
grand -larceny; transcript of t,i"""tt before
United States cranmlmlnneT withdraarn.
Na 27334. James A, J ohjaan; housebreaking; ver
dict, guilty..
Na 27212, United States vs. Lewis Howard; car
nal knolwedge; plea, guilty.
Assignments for April 12:'
United States vs. John M. Hale.
United States vs. Frederick Owen.
United States vs. Robert Wilson.
United States vs. John.W. Patterson, .
CrlmlmaU Conrt !. 3.
CHIEF JUSTICE CLABAUOB.
Na S233B. Vluym vs.'Gebhard; coratirmed. Aitat
SS9sv 7. a Easdya a -Cazxfectan.
Sanaro 223 Part of lot 1: Clarence C Calhccrn et
ux. to George K. Johnson and Samuel R- Bond.
trustees, to secure the Perm Mutual Life In
surance Company, $50,000, payable January 1,
1316, 5 per cent,- serni-annnaTly.
Sgnaro 131 Lot 101; Joseph F. Birch, jr., et nx.
to Urn American -Security and Trust Comnanr.
trustees, to secure the National Savings and Trust
ucenpany, x3,coo. payable April 14. 1712, 5 per
cent. semS-axmnally.
ifljiiiwi SCt Lots S and 26; George B. Jacksoo to
John Stephen and Clement B, Hilliard. .trus
tees, to seenro- tha United States Realty Com
pany, $245. monthly payments, 6 per cent, sexni
annnally. Bqmu-o55U-Lot 100; Walter D. Sinner to James
Henry Brown and Clement B. Hilliard, trus
tees, to secure the United States Realty Com
pany, S30L monthly payments. ,5 per cent, semi
arm rally. ,
Sanare' 5501 Lot 14; ReesoB. rampson to J. Henry
Brown to Clement B. Hilliard, trustees, to se
enro the United States Realty Company, $500,
monthly payments,- 5 per cent, scmi-armiially.
Square 551 Lot 202; Strickler N. Medina et ux. to
James B, Ellerson and Thomas H. Pickford.
trustees, to secure- Barbara M. Graf, $2,100, 1 to
no rnonxns. o per oenx per annnxu.
Square 4472 Lot : Charles Blencowe et nx.. to
Charles C Stouffer and Charles A, McEotn.
trustees, to secure Henry H. GUfry, trustee,
1486, wnnthlT pajniwti, S-per -eaftt, asmUa-
Square northeast 1063. lot 47; Herman R. Hovren
stein et ux. to Watson F. Clark and Fred W.
Reeves, trustees, to secure Edgar R. Richardscn.
S2.-0. 3 years, S per cent, semi-annually.
Square northeast IOCS Lot 4S; Herman R. Howen-
stem et ux. to Wat-scn F. Clark and Fred W.
Iteres. trustees, to secure Edgar R. Richardson,
J200. 3 J ears-. 6 per cent, semi-annually.
Square 525 Undivided one-half interest in part of
lot 8; Caroline Macnanno and Gabnele Manna
rino et nx. et aL to Frank S. Paladini and
Albert U. Pike, trustees, to secure Earl W.
Ambrose, J350. 1 year. 6 per cent.
Square 9GS Lot 34; Chr-stiri? C. JIuhlhofer et vir
to James Berry and William McK. Clayton,
trustees, to secure Perpetual Building Associa
tion, $500.
Square 736 Let 120; James T. Gallaharn et ux. to
Henry U. Bergmann and Georgo M. Emmerich.
trustees, to secure the Metropolis Building Asso
ciation, Na 8. J2J0O.
Square 3031 Lot 113, Ella Curl to narry L. Rust
and George V. Worthington. trustees, to secure
Kennedy Bros., Incorporated. J2.5C0, monthly
payments, 6 per cent per annum.
Ingleside lots S3 to 101. block 13; Lewis E. Breiin
inger et ux. to Emanuel Spcich and W. J.
Vickery. trustees, to secure Lester B. Piatt,
$13.(30. I year. 6 per cent. snJ-anmialIy.
Square 1300 Lot 372; Lewis E. Breuninger et nx.
to B. Francis Saul and Walter E. Hilton, trus
tees, to secure Oamett A. Smith. $2,730, 3
years. 5Vj ptr cent, semi-annually.
Square 17 Lots 27. 2?. 23. 30. and 31: Charles W.
King. jr.. et ux. to John Taylor Arms and
Samuel A. Drury. trustees, to secure Lre Brown.
$10,000. 3 years. 6 per cent, semi-annually, sep
arate trust of $2,000 on, each lot.
Square 903-Part. of lot V and 11; James L. Clark
et nx. to Ernest L. Schmidt and George M.
Emmerich, tnistees. to searre the German
American Building Association. $1J0X Same to
Tracy L. Jeffords and Joseph N. Saunders, trus
trwi. to seenre Laura L. TauL $370. 7 years. 6 per
cent, semi-annually.
Square 930 Parts of lots 5. 6. and 7: Antonio Di
Benedetto et m. to Errest L. Schmidt and
Georgo M. Emmerich, trustees, to secure tha
German-American Building Association. S2J00-
Square 214 Lots 8G to 83; Catharine Hessler toJoha
D. Sullivan and Charles W. Simpson, trustees.
to secure Mary E. Gibbe. $2,000. 3 years, 5 per
cent, semi-annually.
Square 514 Lots 116 to EL indnsive: Harry A. Kito
to B. Francis Saul and James F. Shea, trustees,
to secure the Home Savings Bank. $7,200, 3
years. 6 per cent, semi-annually.
Square 544 Lots 122 to 125; Harry A. Kite to -B.
Francis Saul and James F. Shea, trustees, to
secure the Home Savings Bask, $5,000, J years, 6
per cent, semi-annually.
CliCbocme Lot 55. Nock 3; John J. Flanagan et
ux. to William E. Edmonston and Louis R.
Peak, trustees, to treure Edward S. MrKnww,
$5,000, 3 years, 5 per cent, semi-annually.
Whitney Close Lot 42. block 2: Frederick N. Web
ber, jr.. et ux. to Thomas W. Stnbblerield and
Garfield A. Street, trustees, to secure Edward T.
Crismocd. $375, 1 to S tnontrn. 6 per cent per
annum.
Fortune Enlarged Part: Joseph William Downey et
ux. to tha Washington Loan and Trust Com
pany, trustee, to secure tha Equitable Co-operative
Building Association. $1,400.
Square 14 Lot 59; Martha V. Bates and Louisa J
Batea to William J. Flather and William A.
Hill, trustees, to secure John M. Jones. $3,000.
3 years. 5 per cent, semi-annually.
SL Philip and Jacob Part; Frances J, Shugrus
and Mary L. Sbugrue to Robert R. Bennett.
trustee, to secure if. T. Baughman, $540,
6 per cunt, monthly payments.
Square 151 Lot JO; rmrna Power Harris et rtr
to George EL Fleming and Edward L. Hillyer.
trustees, to secure William L. Crane. $4,000. 3
years, S per cent, semi-annually.
Squaro 558 Part of lot 4; George F. Brown et nx.
to tbe Washington Loan and Trust Crxnpany.
trustee, to secure the Equitable Co-operative
Building Association, $800,
Falrriew Heights Lot 23, Mock 1: Richard Wash
ington to George Calvert Bowie and James F.
Hood, trustees, to seenre John W. Langley,
$1,500. 3 years, 5 per cent, semi-annually.
Square 538 Part of lot 27; Robert Jackson ct ux.
to the Washington Loan and Trust Company.
trustee, to seenre the Equitable Co-operative
RaHding- Association. $700.
Woodridge Lots 27 and 23. block 9: Elizabeth A.
Towse to Charles F. Linger and Edward 11.
Towse. trustees, to secure Frederick A. Linger,
$500. 2 years, 5 per cent, semi-annually.
Wants Blind filler Opened.
A claim that the blind alley In. the
rear of 445 G street northwest should
be opened on account of refuse which
accumulates Is embodied In a letter
written to the Commissioners by A. H.
Cordes. He says there Is no means of
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