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THE WASHIHGTOff HEEA'ID, THURSDAY, APEII-13, 1911.
WALL STREET NEWS
Volume of Trading Continnes
TnroSTTAI EECOED YESTERDAY
Commission Houses Cutting Down
Expenses Pennsj lvnnla n Heavy
Stock Mlssonrl Pacific Stronger.
Movement In Prices 'nrely Per
ceptibleEaster Holiday Expected.
New York, April 12. Once more to-day
the most absorbing topic of conversation
In Wall street was the small amount of
business done. Talk on this subject, how
ever, has come to be rather painful and
.Is now Involving: the question of an en
forced reduction of expenses by commis
sion houses on a greater scale than any
that has taken place In the past decade
Rumor places at an extraordinarily hlKh
figure the number of uptown offices of
commission firms that will be closed on
May 1 next, and private wire contracts
are betas canceled and economies of like
nature introduced in widespread fashion.
No doubt to-day the fact that expectation
was universal that the stock exchange
would take a three-day holiday over Good
Friday contributed In no small degree to
the extraordinary dullness of the market,
just as it did on December 23 last, when
transactions in stocks fell to 112.000 shares
on the ee of a three-day adjournment
over Christmas. On the former occasion,
however, previous dullness in the market
, had been In no waj so prolonged as jit
present. To-daj's record of 109.100 shares
was the smallest since Jul 3, 100. uhen
inertia in the market was at its utmost
Bnyine b Room Traders.
As far as prices were concerned, the
barely perceptible movement in tliem was
at first slightlj downward, and then in
the reverse direction The close was in
general at a slight recoeri. and this was
the first time in the last six business
davs in which quotations for the stand
ard railway shares have left off at an ad
vance. There was no illusion on anyone's
part that the upturn in the market, if
it was worthj of that name, was due to
any other circumiam e than the buj ing
in of an insignificant amount of stocks
by room traders w ho had pre iously been
short of the market upon the idea that
more liquidation would take place this
week than actualK occurred
The stock market w as helped to-day by
the fact that Missouri Pacific stock,
which has been the weakest quarter of
the lit in the past week, was distinct
ly strong, and this phenomenon was ac
companied bj stories to the effert rmt
the liquidation rf a block of 7-,iX' shares
of Missou'i P ( ' had been completed
and was no 1 n in anj naj oe--l
hanging' the ni.ir! ct Converelj Penn-I
sjlvama Railroau shar s we-e as di-1
tinctly heaw -s Missouri Pacific was I
firn Sterllnc exchange rat s wire!
steady and cotton and w heat prices v-
regular The tendencj in all transactions
in the moncv market proper wa tow ird
a shading of rates Mon for ninet
days' use was offered at 2 3-1 per cent,
as against 3 per cent at the beginning
of tlie week
General Dnsiness Iniprovinsr.
New York. April 12. In the world of
trade the condition of the typewriter in
dustry has an important business sig
nificance because the sales of thes ma
chine are peculiarly dependent upon sren
eral business prospriu
The Remington record of snle. for the
Prst quarter of 1911 indicates clearlj an
activity of general business that is mo-t
gratifying The figures show a gam of
net only 2S1-2 per cent o'.er the same
quarter of last ear. but a!o a gain for
March of 12 per cent oer anj previous
mon'h in the history of this business,
which means that more tjpewriters are
being sold to-day than ever before
Quotations furrijbed by W". B. Hlbbs i
members of th New York Stock Eicharc-,
Bay State Gas.
British Columbia Cop-rvr
Bntte Coal Iran .
Cobalt Centra . .
Kerr Lake... .
La Rce .
64 6 5-16
Mines 4 r- of America .. .,
Nerana Ctah M A. S. Corp . .
Xipissrcg Minn Co .......
Ohio Copper .. . . . .
Rawhide Coalition J
Ray Central - is
Pnited CoppeT 34
United Copper pfd 9
Yukon Gold 3 13.26
NEW YORK M0NE'
New Yooc Apnl 12. A little basmeso in 'our.
fiTO. and x months is being transacted in the
time xoorie7 market at 3 per cent, but otherwise
the market is very dull Ottt the year funds still
remain at 4 per cent, and nothing u being done
under that rates, Rates are 24a2 jxt oral for six'y
days. 2a3 per cent for nineti day 3a3 per cent
for fbex, fire, and x months, and 3a4 per rant
for ore? tto yeaT.
31009 00 call opened at 24 per cent, highest.
Til lowest. 2, dosing at 2 prr cent. Most of the
day's Icons map made at 2Vi per cent.
Commercial paper market has become more nar
row, bat rates remain at 3a3 per cent for tlie
best Tames. London discount, 29-16 per cent, up
1-16 per cent. Pans discounts, 24 per cent, nn
changnd. Berlin discoontx. 24 per cent, unchanged.
BOSTON COPPER STOCKS.
vfootatlona furnished by W. B. lUbbs & Co.. mem
bers of the Xew York Stock Exchange, ITibbs Bufld
icx. Bid. Asked.
Adventure .. .. 5 54
Bohemia IS 14
Butte OrJitino. 17 174
Calumet & Arizona .. 4i4 49
Calumet & Heda. ... 433 485
Copper Range... SO 604
East BottB 114 11
lanklin 0 ,
Tr"flii'i , , 1 , 12 124
1 Salle. . . 4 4
Mason VaHey ...... . SV1 84
Mermthaler ... ... 236 217
Mirrngan .... 1 24
Mohawk 36H 371,
North Bntns. , , 27 ' 2714
North Lake................. 5 54.
Old Porrrlnlm - ... .. 35 37
Omi) "......... 11A m
Osceola HO 2
Quincy ... . ..... 67H
enannon 10 10
South Lake. 4
tHiiraw a. naaucrg...... ...... .......... 13
Swift toiu 1
Utah Cnrwrilirhteil ,
United Fruit.... ..
. 10Ht MIS
X REisterad. 133S........
S2a, ecarpoo, I230.............
3, regtstrred. D06-B .....
3a. conEon. n85-lS..... ...
4 zeexstfred. " -
conrrn. TTT5 .
Canal 10-30 2a reCd. B36...
ruata Ttn-ilUV.T) fiv. ntfd. 1S5.V.
NEW YOEK-STOCK MAEKET.
Quotations furnished by W. B. Hibbs & Co, mem
ben of the New Tort block Errtunge. Hlbbs Build
ing. Call money: Open. 214; high. ZH; low. Ht: close. Si.
Shares to 11 a. m 50.500
Shares to 12 m 55,600
Shares to 1 p. m 63.S0O
Shares to 2 p. m. T5.600
Shares to 3 p. m. 107.800
Open. HIg- Low.
Atch., Top. & S. Flo com. 108 V&i, 108
Baltimore A Ohio com... VEK 105 105V
Brooklyn Rapid Transit... 77 7m 77
Canadian Pacific. 22H 225S 23U
Chesapeake A Ohio 60 8W KB
Chi.. Mil. A St. Paul com 120H 120V 120
Enc com.. 29 23 29
Great Northern pfd' 123. 13SU 126
Illinois Central 13SV
Interbora-Metra com 16)4
Lehigh Valley 173
lnterbora-McU pfd S3
Louisriltc A Nashville .... 1H
M.. M'.i&S. M. com. 145T.
Missouri Pacific. 47
X. Y. a A Hnd. R 106
X. Y.. Ont. A Western... 41 Vi
.Norfolk A Western IX
Northern Pacific. 121
Pitts.. Cm.. Chi. & St. L. S3
Readme com I54Vi
Rock Island ccm 2M
Southern Pacific com 115
Southern Railway com .... 26
Tol , St. U A West, com. 13'
Tel .St. L. A WeJ. pfd . lfe
Union Pacific com la
Union raofi- pfd 93
Wabavh rid 37H
malgamalcd Copper 62
Am. Beet Sugar com 424
Am. Can pfd S3
m. Car A Fdy. com... S2
Am. Cotton Oil com . .. ?
m. Smelting A Rcf. com. 734
m. Tel A Tel . . 145-V
Am. Woolen con ....... 31S
Anaconda Coi-per .. .. 37H
Ontral Lrithcr mm 23
Central Leather pfd .... 90
Colorado F A I. com . . 3H
Consolidated (las. N. Y .. 144
Com lroduets Kef com... 14H
Thrillers' secuntie . . .
;rl(HeM C-nUiriUd .
rrat Northern Ore
Irtcmaticral Paper . -National
Natlora! Led crxn
People s a-i of Chicago
Pres-rfi fcteel Or com .. 32
Pullman Company . . 160
Ki-piNie I. A. S. pfd . . 564
Slcist,ell M S. i I com 524
Tennesnc CrrT . 36
I". S (m Iron l"ipo com. 174
I . Realty i. Imp. com 73
I Rubber com . - . 414
I". s.. Unbher pfd . . lit
I". s. Steel com . . 764
Va. Car. Chemical com . 66
Vm. To'ii-to . 854
Am. Tobacco fis 107
II A O pi h 97
II I! T evt. 4 844
C B. A. Q joirt is . . 94
('. R. I. A. P. ts. 7T
Inter Metro. 44 . . 75
Prnnsylram ctt. 34 1915 56a
I men Pacific crt 4i ... 10S
I. S Steel 2d 5 1064
Kx dividend 1 per cent.
854 854 854
1054 1054 104
At the beginning cf business yesterday tha condi
tior cf the United States T.cajwry aa:
W Tkin; balance in TrcasnrT offices 26 672.T 00
Tial balsree in ceneral fnnd . c6 179 415 CO
O-dvian recipis - 2.123.594(0
Ordinan di-bursfmnits .. 1 13S.774 DO
Tlie -urplus f-terdav was S6S921 drncit this
mrnth CH5: this month last year. 5452.482. to
isral jear. SoT2.765. &a against a defiat of
'CiTV this time last er
Thev nnres exclude Panama Canal and pnblic
GEAUM AND PE0VISI0NS,
Ch'ciEo Ai nl 12. The wheat market opened
rteady to a hade easier, due to faroraWe weather
oier the entire wheat belt. Tb May future was
aain made the feature, and on further corning
hv timid shorts and lmht offcrmo inces for that
deliten adranced eharply Temporarily the action
cf May wheat may he the pnoo maker. Receipts
to-dav 25 cars with 36 estimated for to-morrow.
fractional advance in mm early in the session
due 10 further short coTenrff and the strenirth in
w'leat wa not sustained. The sellin; was largely
bv leading lores in the war of liqnidaiion. Offer
ing fmm the country were on tlie increase, hile
both the cxiiort and Eastern demand showed no
lUermen!. Receipts to-day. 233 cars with 218 esti
mated for to-morrow.
Pr-rrs in oats ruled firm in sympathy with other
crans. shorts and cash hotcv were the early
hi ve-s. ard increased oflenncs ere noted on the
advance The market eased tr-ard the close Re
ceipts to-day 121 cars, with 162 estimated for to
A fai-ly 1'beral vomme of ifrwision buvimf '
hv raciins interests ard led b. a !arp Western
pacer sare a suv.taniiil iirfum to pronsions. and
the market closed steady, retaining most of the
Miy . .
S?4 S4 S7.
S3 36 SVi
494 50 434
SD4 Hfit SO
314 224 314
314 31 314
New oric Apnl 12. Closing quotations of miscel
Albany and Susquehanna 34 93
American Tobacco 4
Atlantic Coast Line 4s
Ba'timorc and Ohio S W. 34 .
Bethlehem Steel ex. 5s
Bush Terminal 5s
Central Pacific fim. . ..
Chicago, Burlington and Quincy
Chicago and Northwestern g. m, .
Chi. R. I. A. P R. R. 4s
Distillers Secnnties 5s ,
General Elcctrfr cr 5s
Intiiet. elf. 44s
Int. A. Great Nor. 2d cert.
Japanese fhs .
Lackawanna Steel 5s. 1915 95
K Y. Gas Elec. I.t- H. A. P. 5s 1034
S Y. N. H. A. IL cr 6s 1334
Norfolk and Western dir. 4s. 93
Pac T A. T. clt. Ss 974
St, Louls Sot thwestem en. 4s .... 79
San A. A. A. Pass 4s 864
Tnited States Steel S. F. 5s. Hb4
a. 6s. Brown Bros. A. Co. ctfs 61
Wabash etu 4 68
Total sales. $2.273003.
BALTIMORE PRODUCE MARKET.
Baltimore, AprU 12. BUTTEIV-Creaiaery. fancy,
per lb., ZTVU23; da. choice, ZIi22; do.. CDOd, 19a2":
da, imitation. 18a20; do., print, 25a27; da. Noda,
25a26; do., held. 16a20; ladle. 16a3; Maryland and
Pecnsylranla rolls. 13al4; Ohio rolla. 12al3; West
Virginia rolls, 1213; store-packed. 12; Maryland. Vir
ginia, and PcrmsjlTinia dairy prists, UaI4: process
EGGS Maryland. Pccnsylrasia, and near-by firsts
per das.. 164: do.. Eastern, 164; Western first
164, da. Southern firsts. 15Mal6; da. West Virgir'i
firsts. 164: guinea eggs. 8a9; duck eggs, near by, .t
da, Sonthern. 20; goose eggs. 50.
LIVE POULTrtY Chicxens. young. choice, per
lb.. 18a20; spnrg chickens, per lb., 33a40; old bens.
heavy, lb., 164: da. old, small to medium, lb.,
164; old roosters, per lb., 10; winter chickens. S
lbs. and under. 25; docks, young white reklss,
fat, per lb.. 18al9; da. young Mascory and xnco
crel. per lb., 15al6; da, puddle, large, lb., I6al7;
p-geons. eld. pair, 30; da, young, per pair. X;
guinea iowi, young, is ins. ana orer. each. 43145?
da, young, small, each, 25; da, old, ri 15.
' Quotations furnished by W. B. Hibbs & Co, mem
bers of the New York Stock Exchange, Hibbs Bufld
ine. New York. April 12. Lower contract in lies ruled
in the) cotton market to-day. There was little
cbanse in eentiment, and influences' continue to
faror the boll position in statistics and forehm
trade, but arc calculated to restrict public specula
tire support to the market when crop reports and
cotton goods business in America are under con
sideration. The effect of the recent beary selling
and reolinnz was noticed In the market to-day.
Then- appears to be a large short Interest ret.
uncorered and the buying powe came mostly from
this direction duricjr the trading. On the other
hand the balls care the market no special support
and prices sagged easily from all adrances mn the
. I Open. High. Low. Class.
May. li.fi H.M ifel H.S
July ... 11M 1US 1144 14.SB
October... .m ITS 12J5 UTS OS.
December...... .. 1113 HI CTO OT3
FINANCE AND REALTY
Havlrrg; recovered on short notice from
a steady downward' tendency and sold up
by eighths to SIM, Washington Gas yes
terday took the bull by the horns and
Jumped to a firm high water mark of 82.
with the demand exceeding the supply
even at that high price.
Gas stock advancing steadily easily
held the center of the stage at yester
day's session of the Stock Exchange
Activity in this stock and a further re
gression of in Consolidated 5s were
the features of an otherwise listless ses
sion. In the Gas advance, the contingent
blamed for the bearish tendency of two
weeks ago were believed to have had
a hand. "Lunch money" was the ex
planation of one broker. The menu
was unannounced. Buying started with
S114 paid for fractional sales, after
which quotation lots Jumped to . After
175 shares had sold at this price with
a plentiful demand two more lots and
a fraction brought ;. Then the bidding
moved up to S2 for fractions, and closed
with that price paid for a quotation lot
and more wanted at the same price. Gas
will be quoted ex -dividend after April
15. As the Exchange will adjourn after
to-day's session over Good Friday and
until Monday, yesterday was almost the
last chance of a quarterly divldened.
The break in Consolidated 5s from 99
to attracted considerable notice, al
through the transaction involved only
a $1,090 bond. Although the bonds are
believed to be high-grade securities, the
first 5s are ahead of them and the last
Issue is believed to have been too large
for the absorptive powers of the market.
After sulking for several day. Wash
Inirton-Virxdnia returned to the lime
light. The common made another ad
vance on the reported goal of 43, by
moving up to 3S, a new high mark, at
which point 130 shares changed hands.
Virginia preferred also advanced, two
transactions bringing the price up to 6S
The market closed with unfilled orders.
S W. Woodward has been elected by
the directors of the Second National
Bank as a member of the board to fill
the vacancy caused by the death of Am
brose H. Stephenson
At a meeting of the board of directors
of the Merchants and Mechanics' Sav
ings Bank yesterday Arthur D. Marks
was elected a member of the board, to
fill the vacancy caused by the resigna
tion of Eldridge E. Jordan.
Mr. Jordan tendered his resignation
several months ago. and his resignation
was accepted at that time, but the va
cancy on the board was not filled until
The first large sales of property In
Massachusetts Avenue Heights is an
nounced by Thomas J. Fisher & Co , Inc.,
and Include two plots embracing a total
of 46,732 square feet, sold for about I64.0C0
John A. Garver, of New York, has
purchased 20.732 square feet of ground
at $1.25 a square foot, fronting 130 feet
on Woodland drive, between Thlrtj -first
and Thirty-second streets. Mr. Garver
Is expected to erect a large residence
on the property.
Capt E. E Haj den. L S X . is the
purchaser of the other piece, contain
ing 26.000 square feet, for which the con
sideration was about $1 50 a square foot.
This piece is bounded by Massachusetts
and Wisconsin avenues and Garfield
Mrs. Evolvn Cromwell, of Norfolk. Va.,
has purchased the Atherton apartment
house, at tlie southwest corner of F and
Twentj -first streets northwest, built last
fall bv Harry Wardman, for $100,000. The
sale was made by Charles N. Gregory, of
the office of F A, Blundon. In connection
with the James J. l.ampton Companv
The Atherton is a four-story building
containing forty apartments, and brings
in an annual rental or sii.tm
Oswald E. Camp will start this week
upon the construction 01 six nouses on
Rock Creek Church road, near Spring
road northwest. The houses are to be
of early English style, with departures
from the ordlnarv arrangement and
treatment of Interiors as well.
The sixty-eighth semi-annual s meeting
of the Western Union Fire Insurance As
sociation was held yesterday afternoon
at the New Wlllard There were sixty
five members present.
Reports of the various committees were
read. The association will hold a meeting
this morning to dispose of unfinished
business. The officers are Fred S. James,
of Chicago, president: J. H. Stoddart, of
New York, vice president, H. H. Kelsey,
The New York News Bureau announced
yesterday that President B. F. Bush, of
the Western Maryland Railway Com
pany, has been decided upon to succeed
George J. Gould as president of the Mis
souri Pacific Railway.
Aivariled Damngei for Injnry.
A verdict for $500 In favor of Harry
Kanns against F. P. Nash, for injuries
suffered to one of Kanns eyes, was re
turned yesterday by a Jury in Justice
Anderson's court. Kanns was struck by
a piece of steel which was being cut by
a helper at the direction of Mr. Nash,
who had no connection with the estab
The clrcusxleoparrl Is abroad, v
And chewing- dogs and tots.
He's Just the same oM leopard -with
A simple ebsage of spots.
Find the leopard. .. -
AHSWERr TOYSsnaavBDAXS PTJZZLX.
Bight td dom. t
WASHINGTON STOCK i&ARKET.
Slim Regular can, 1Z o'clock noon;
Potomac Electrio cons. Ss, Jl.OBO at 90S.
Capital Traction. 10 at 126, 3 at 126. 1 at
Washington Gas, 15 at flH. Z at S14. 25 it 81.
25 at 81. 25 at 81. 25 at 81. 25 at 81. 25 at
81. 23 at 81. 75 at 814. 25 at 81. 6 at SI. 6 at
82. IS at 82. 25 at 82.
Washington-Virginia Hallway ram., 25 at 38, 25 at
38. 25 at 33, 25 at S3, 30 at 38.
Washington-Virginia Railway pfd., 10 at C7Va. S
United States Trust. 90 at 119.
After call-Capital Traction. 1 at 126.
Following an the bid and asked, prion posted
tt yesterday's meeting of the Washington stock
Georgetown Gas 5s 105 110
Washington Gas 4s. ... 110
Washington Gas 5s - 110 111
Capita! Traction 5a 112 112
Anacostia & Potomac 5s. 100
Anacostia & Potomac 5s, trust. 101
City & Suburban 5t 1024 104
Columbia 5s..... 101 102
Columbia Cn... .. 103
Metropolitan 5s 107
Washington Railway t Electric 4a. 85
Potomac Electric cons. 5s..... 994
Potomac Electric Light 5s. 1074
C & P. Telephone 5s. ...... 1B34
American TeL A. TeL is. 107
Emerson Steam Pump 80
Washington Market Cold Storage. 93
Nor. A. Wash. Steamboat 5s 1024
PUBLIC OTIUTT STOCKS.
Capital Traction 125
Washington Railway tc Electric com... 354
Washington Ry. A. Elec. pfd 884
Norfolk A. Washington Steamboat..... 210
Washington Gas 814
Georgetown Gas. IS
American Tel. A. TeJ 145
Washington-Virginia Railway com 33
Washington-Virginia Railway pfd 67
TYPL MACHINE STOCKS.
Yergenthalrx Linotype, 374
Lanaton Monotype 934
Greene Caeanea (
NATIONAL BANK STOCKS.
Farmers A. Mechanics. 270
Second .... 165
National Bank of Washington 260
TRUST COJIPANY STOCKS.
American St-cunty A. Tra-1 2S34
National Sanrgs A, Trist, 227
United Trust .... 1(2
WashingVm Loan A. Tnisi 217
United States Trust 1174
SAVINGS BANK STOCKS.
Merchants A. Mechanics..... 160
Union Sanrgv 2(0
Bank or Commerce 11
East Washington 13
1 .,. -.i 1. ( r. .si'cCKS.
Commercial -. .... 7
Firemen s 204
National Lnion 8
TITLE" INSURANCE STOCKR
Real Estate .. 84
Emerson Steam Pump. , 13
Graphophone com .....
Merchants TTansf-r A: Storage US
Security Storage . 300
Washington Market 134
RUAI, ESTATE TUVSSFERS.
Anaon.tia-bc.uare 6306 lot 245. Betsey Mres to
Adolih A. Rothschild, $10.
luS RhoJe Ulanil avenue and rear of 1620 Rhode
Island arenu northwest tvjuare 132. 1 jts 37 to
40. 42. and 43, Massachusetts Hemic nortlmest.
between .s and T streets, s-juare 2a. lots 15 and
17, 236 MasachueUA avcnu-. Mice Pitc Barnes
to Natalie C. Barnej and Laura A. Clifford
Barney. $100 (sub.rct to a life wtate in the
1624 and 1624 Rhode Island aienue northwest bo,nare
1J2. lots 39 and Mice like. Barney to Natalie
C Bare- and Laura A 4'Iiffurrl Barney, $10
(snbjeet to a life estate in the grantor).
Lyons Mill Sea:-lx 17 and iart of lot 16 block 5.
Alice Pike Harnc to Natalie C Barney and
Laura A CluTord Barnry. $10 (subject to a life
estate in the grantori.
Rhode Island avenue nrthwesr, between Sixteenth
and Seventeenth streets fsruare 182. parts of
lots X. 33. 42 and 43. Alien like Barney to
Natalie C Barney and Laura A. Clifford Bar
ney. $10 (subject to a life interest in tlw grantor).
Pctworth Square 3313 lots 41. 43. 53. and 55, Clar
ence B Rheem and Alexander T. Ilensey, trus
tees, to Luther A .swartarll. $15 600
Washington Highlands Lots 4, 5. 6. and 7, Mock 6.
JCKph R. Carpenter et ux. to Clara L. Canexi
Mount Pleasant-Lot 124; Mary Beat to Richard E.
Rear of N street wwtheast. between First and Sec
ond strrcttr-Sonare 744. lots 129. 110. and 111 . Ed
mood C, Cartatndafher to John J. Gould. $10.
Eighth street northeast, between B and K streets
brjuare 914 lot 32. Herman R. Uowcnitcm et ux.
to Frank T. Henning. $4 950
Thirteenth and B streets southeast Square 1C37. lot
45. James W. French et ux. to Itob-rt L. lolk-
1166 K street southeast Square 996. part of lets 4
ard 5. Laura McKenney to Charles K. McKen-
Seventh street and Florida arentie northwest Sjnare
416. lot 4. Catharine Header to Charles G.
Hillbrook Square" 5076, lots 3. 4. 5. ard 6, Meyer
Hann to Adoipft A. HothschUd, $10
646 Callan street northeast-Square 856. lot 164;
Annra Marsh (sole estate) to Annie A.
Stott's Park Square 3710. 3711. 3713. 3738. 3739. 3748,
3705, and 3709; District Concrete Company, In
corporated to Capitol Brick Company, incorpo
Chillium Castle Manor Part containing 33.5S3
acres, Albert S. Hicks to the Capitol Brick
Compary, Incorporated. $10.
2D21 N street nowthwest Square 37. lot 46; Will-
iah Tayloe Snyder, substituted trustee, to Mary
Blake Cooke Bntt, $1.
Ellaston Terrace Lots 7 and 8. block 4; Nina
Thomas Alexander to Frank P. Rauctt. $10
Washington neigh ts Lots 56. Hock 3; Edward J.
Stellwagen and Thomas 31. Gale, trustees, to
Henry E. Williams. $5,762.71.
Dobbins' Addition Square 3501. lot IS; Charles A.
Peters ct ux. to Mary B. Pntchett. $10.
Mount rieasant and Pleasant Plains Lot 42. block
13. Francis A. Blundon et ux. to Cart Schafer,
The noMolrss bowlimr alley is a neeltT. a French
man harms inrcnted one that aroids the clatter and
clash of fallins pins.
Under U. S. Government Control.
The Question of Advantages
Central Branch, Cor. 7.h and Pa. Ave.
E. Quincy Smith President
S. W. Woodward V. Pres.
Wm. H. Lynn 2d V. Pres.
E. Floy Caverly Treasurer
VV. Reginald Lewis.. Asst. Treas.
J. N. Thompson Cashier
UNION SAVINGS BANK,
HEAD BANK, 710 14th St. CENTRAL BRANCH, 7th and Pa. Ave.
Regular banking hours, 9 a. m. to 3 p. m. ; Saturdays, 9 a. m. to 12 m., and at CENTRAL
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Open on 1st, 2d, &d, 16th,
DAILY COURT RECORD
Supreme .Court of the United States.
Present- The Chief Justice. Mr. Justice Ilarlan,
Mr Justice McKenna. Mr. Justico llotmrs. Mr
JusUcs Ifci) Mr JmtiO- Lnrton. Mr. Justice
Hushrx. Mr. Justice an Dennter. and Mr. Justice
heth Minn, of San Francisoo. Oal.: Harry T.
Weeks, of Lonz Island Citjr N. Y . and V W.
Allen, of San Francisco. Cal.. were admitted to
No. 121 Sarah O. Dc-rou. plaintiff in error, ts. Cin
cinnati. Oofinjrton and Krlancr Railvay Company.
Death of Sarah O. Detou suggested and aop-ar-ance
of illtam 1' Dctou. eaecutor of the last
will and testament of Sarah O Derou. deceased, as
the narty plaintitf in rrmr herein, filed ard entered
on motion of Mr. Herbert Jackson for the iaintiff
No E2. J. N. Bean et aL. pctitione-s. K W. A.
Moms and T N. Iloirell. Leare cranted to -withdraw
arvearanrcs of Andrew Wilson and Noel W.
Itarksdale as counsel for respondents, on motion of
Mr AndrcR- Wilson in that behalf
Xo. 122. J. N Ilesn et aL. petitioners, ts. W. A.
Moms and T :. Howell Argument continutd by
Mr T. J WaUh for the pptitimer- by Mr. William
M. Ellison for the respondent, Howell, and con
cluded by Mr. Thomas J. Walsh for the petitioners.
No. 121 William P. I)eou. eaecutor of the last
will and testament of Sarah O Drrou. plaintiff in
error, ts. Circinnati. Corinston and Eriansrr Rail
way Company. Arsument commenced by Mr. Her
bert Jackson for the plaintiff in error. The court
declined to hear further argument.
No 311. The United States, plaintiff in error, is.
U illiam B. Hammers. Arcnment commenced by
Mr. Kmest Knaebd fo the plaintiff in error and
continued Dy Mr L. IL alcntine for the defendant
rljoamed until to-morrow at 12 o'clock.
The diy call for ThursdaT Apnl 13. will bo as
follows Jxk. JH. IB, 100. 221. 73. 93 and STO. 124,
123 and 133.
United bintvn Commerce Court.
Prrmf PresKlir; JndKe Knapp. and Associate
Jiidses Archhald Hunt, Carland. and Mack.
Itolrrt Scott Hume, of Vinnnia. Abraham Tulin.
of New York, and Samuel 11. West, of Missouri,
were admitted to practice
No 9. Procter & Gamble Company ts. The
United Stato, et aL This case inrolres the jurisdic
tion of the Crmmercc Conn to set aside an order
of the Intertalc Commerce Commission dianissics a
complaint before the commissicn.
No. la. Russe A. Bursas et al. ts. Interstate
Oommerco Commission et al. . and
No. 19. J. W". Thompson Lumber Company et al.
ts. Interstate Coranxrce Commission, lumber rate
cases. It was acreed that these cases should be
heard with No. 9. Mr. EstfTline conclnded his argu
ment on behalf of the United States, Mr. Percy con
cluded for the petitioners.
t 4 p. m. court adjourned until 10 JO Thursday
Court of Appeals.
Adjourned from day to day until May 1.
Eqnity Conrt Xo. 1.
No. 30CC1. Gray ts. Seser; George C. Gertman ap
pointed trustee to sell, bond. $1,000. Attorney, G.
No. 33X3. Adams ts. Adams; decree of Apnl II
modified. Attomo. G. C. Gertman.
No. 2D133. Fill ts. Voieht: decree directing de
fendant to pay in full settlement, Attorneys. M. N,
Richardson and C. S. Shrere, jr. Chapin Brown
and C. H. Banman.
Na XXX3. lshenrood ts. Islierwood: reference to
examiner. Attorneys. Leckie, Fulton &. Cox H. F.
Taggart and R D. Qmnter.
Na 30071. CaTanaugb ts. McCormick; order ap
pointing trustee to make partition in land. Attor
neys, G. C Gertman Carlisle & LuckctU
Equity Conrt, No. 2.
No. 23CT7. Johnson ts. Johnson; dirorce a Tin. mat
and counsel fee ordered. Attorneys, W. H. White
C. W. Oven.
No. 3STL Schmidt ts. Darts ; decree that com
plainant lixiwer certain sum. Attorneys, J. H.
Lidiliter-n. L. Montague. J. A. Morianty, H. J.
Hendry, and 31. V. Hendry.
No. 2T0D. Talcott et aL ts. Laight et aL; title
Tested in complainant by adrrrse possession. Attor
rreys, Birney & Woodard and J. W. Butterfield.
No. X109. Yates ts. Emmerich ct aL: decree sub
stituting trustee. Attorney. J. A. MaedeL
No. 2703X Fullerton et al. ts. Fullertoa; attorney
granted leare to withdraw. Attorneys, E. P. Collo
day and H. F. Lerch.
Assignment for to-day:
No. 152. Kryes ts. Kcyes et ah Attorneys,
No. 154. Getts et aL ts. Garfield et aL Attor-
rxys, Collins & ColUns Peyton. Gaakins.
No. 156. Malonej' ts. Thompson et aL Attorneys,
Newmyer & O'Brien. j
No. 10), Wilson ts. Wlbon. Attorneys, Stewart
No. 1Z, Leo ts, Lee. AUornrya, Bailey Green.
Circuit Conrt Xo. 3L. 6
Na 5197 L Kanns Tt-.N'a&h; Terdict for plaintiff.
JJSXJ. AUomeys, W. J. Lambert and R. H. Yeat
man Birney & Woodard.
Na 533m. Hayes ts. Fletcher: judgment of con
demnation of credits attached in hands of garnishee.
Attorneys. T. Percy Myers and C V. Church.
No, 60703. Oradorff ts. Capital Traction Company;
return of deposit ordered. Attorneys. C H. Syme.
Walton & Waltoo-B, R. Perry A Son and G. T.
No. SZ1C5. Bowie ts. PermsylTanU Railway Com
pany; Terdict for plaintiff for J30O. Attorneys. B. L.
Gaskinj and Thomas Beckett McKenney A Flan
nery. Na 49333. stnduer n. tTckiord: motion for new
trial filed. Attorneys. P. B. Ray and E. R, Brad-dock-Madd'jr
Na 53KB. Brace Company ts. Leonard et aL;
motion to set aside order staying proceedings and
for judgment granted. Attorneys, Brandenburg dk
Brandenburg I. A. jOSha.
Habeas corsas. set in re josepn (iues; writ oc
habeas ccroos isroed. returnable April 20.
Habeas corpus Bi in re uatnes a jutaana;i
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and 17th until 5 p. m. for DEPOSITS ONLY.
April 12, 1011.)
pany et al. Attorneys, Gittlngs .t Cbambcrlin and
No. 277. Harper ts. District cf Columbia et aL
Attorneys. Arcfce & Smith Thomas & Richardson.
N'o. 297. Irather et al. ts. Wauiington Lean and
Trust Company. AttorneT', Gies Darr, Peyser &
No. 2D9. Brown ts. Dorerius Madilre Company et
aL Attoneys, Thurston A. Whratley Worthington.
No. 211. Stnckler is. Capital Traction Company.
Attorneya, Ridcnt Perry 4 Son and Dunlop.
N'o. 23. Jlorianty, admitistrator. ts. Washington
Gaslight Oominny Atton.ejs, Montague i. 3Io
nanty Miner i. Ooldsburcugb.
No. 23S. Eshr ts. Henley Stone Company. At
torneys. Forrest iittu-g & Chamherlin,
No. 217. Masters n. Washiugton Herald Com
pany. AUornejs. Gs i Lambrrt Berry & Minor.
Clrcnit Conrt. Xo. 2.
Na S0C2. Duke rs. Baltunore and Ohio Rail
mad Company, time to hie transcript extended.
Attorneys, W J Lambert and R II Yeatman
Hamilton. Coibrt. Yokes A Hamilton.
Na 516TJ. Clements ts Model Laundry Company;
aime. Attcmeys. J McD. Camngtoa and Hay
den Johnson R R Perry & Sm.
Na 5J2M. VermUIIon ts. Baltimce and Ohio
Railroad Company on trial. Attorneys. M J
Fulton. Leckie. Fulton 4 Cox-Hamilton. Colbert,
Yerkes i. Hamilton.
pany. time to file transcript extended. Attorneys.
t j, i am pert ana ifc. n. xeaiman Jiacaox a
Assignments for to-day
No. 2ii Warren rs Reichart. Attcrneys, Birney
&. Wooiard Torriaer.
No. 408. Carter ts. Capital Traction Ompany.
Attorneys. Walton & Robeson Perry & Son and
Na 409. Carter ts. Same Attorneys, same.
Na 405. Green ts. Lachs. Attorneys. Ridout
No. rso Durcan rs. Washington Gaslight Com
pany. Attorneys, JIcN'eill A McNeill Berry A
Minor ard MeKetmey A Flannery.
Na 3K. Wirgand t Spitz. Attorneys, Behrend
Na 332. Brockson ts. Anacostia and Potomac
Railway Company Attorneys. Gittino A Cbam
Na Xx Jones et al. ts. Dtnct of Columbia.
Attorneys, Ricianlson A Pollsnl Thrmas.
Na 613. Donald-cn ,-s Empire state Surety Com
pony. Attornej. Ellis A Donaldson Easbr Smith.
Na 430 Durland ts. Washington Post Ccmpany.
Attorners, Tucker, Kenyon A Jiacfiriand W. J.
Crlmlnnl Conrt Xo. 1.
No 27479. United States ts. John M.
grand larceny, plea guilty.
Na 27477. United States ts. John W. Patterson
Terdict guilty as indicted.
Assignment for Apnl 13
United States ts. James Williams.
United States ts. James Carter and Frederics
United States rs. Charles W. Robinson.
Criminal Conrt Ro, a.
CHIF" JUSTICE CLABAUGH.
Na 52312. Holmes ts. Linscomb: Terdict fornlain-
tiff for J20. Attorneys, C W. Clagett H. H.
Na 52H3. Fry ts. Darton: Terdict for plaintiff
for $231. Attorneys. Irkie. Tulton A Cox and
. C. Shine-V. II. Wallace.
Na 50731. Wtlmer ts. Distnct of Columbia: cer
tified to Circuit Court Na 2. Attomejs, W. L
Abcrt-E. IL Thomas.
Habeas Corpus. In re Clarence E. Landram;
order in forma pauperis.
Na 5313. Columbia Manufacturing Company ts.
Tage; sealed Terdict ordered. Attorney, G. E. Sul
hian Darr, Peyser A Taylor.
Na 50041. Weye ts. The Pullman Company; mo
tion for new trial 1M, Attorneys, A. L. New
myer Maddox A Gatley.
Assignment for Apnl 17:
Na 171C0. In re estate of George T. Schecrtr.
Estate of Mary E. Warder; petition for letters tes
tamentary. Attorney, E. B. Hazird.
Estate of Edward Hawes; order for mwriwiiw.
Estate of Charlotte Pudiger; order of sale.
s Estate of Stephen 8. Ford; letters of administra
tion granted to ilaggie P. W. Wccjfalk; bond.
ILtm. Attorney, W. C. Martin.
In re Anna, Cleary'et aL; order for allowance.
Attorney. J. B. Horigan.
Estate of Robert W. Talbott: leUers testamentary
granted to Mary H. Talbott; bond. $300. Attorneys,
Cull A CUU.
Estate of Teresa Arnold: letters of administration
c. t. a. granted to Arthur Eckloff; bond. COO. At-
tcmcy. G. H. Lamar.
Estate of Kate S. Jennings; letters testameetxry
granted to James H. Jennings; bond, $100. Attcr-
ney, I. S. Pennebacker.
Estate of John Jlullan; letters testamentary grant
ed to Mary R. Mullan; bond, $1,000. Attorneys,
Berry A Minor.
Estate of Edmund K. Webster: letters testamen
tary granted to American Security and Trust Com
pany. Attorney. A. B. Leet.
Estate of Elizabeth Sdtne; letters testamentary
granted to Herbert P. Pillsbary; bond. 2.000. At-
torcey, R. P. Sheehy.
Estate of William Kissinger; win dated August 3.
J JUSTICE STAFFORD.
Na 713. In re Amos M. Dunn; discharge ordered.
Na E332L Adalaids Farrell ts. City and Sub
urban Railway Compacy; damages OajDO. Attor
ney. E. B. Jackson. J
No. 533Z2. Carolino Cblhert ts. Anacostia" and
Potomac Railway Company; damages C0.000. A
torners. E. H. Jackson and Bntz A Blessing.
Na STCT. Mary C Schafhirt ts. Mirr B. New
man; damages 0,000. Attorneys, W. E. Ambrose
and I A. Block.
Dots F. Rebinsoa et aL ts. Myrm T.
ai; isioscUon. Attorneys. L. ju
Bailey sad G. A. Frerost.
No SHslStsBtssn a Tstsijws. Osscss K. Ssv
George P. Foster.
Henry J. Goodman.
George H. Harries,
Samuel M. Jarvis,
Wilton J. Lambert,
Lee D. Latimer.
A. E. L. Leckie.
W. H. Lynn.
N. A. Merrltt.
Frank P. Mllbum,
Joseph E. Ralph.
A. E. Handle.
F. L. SIddons.
John B. Slemanjr
E. Quincy Smith.
M. A. Winter.
S. W. Woodward.
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Are those that do not fluctuate dm-lcg dlv
tmb-d conditions cf the money or stock mar
kets. First deed of trust notes (first rnort
dies), well iecored on real estate in the Dis
trict of Columbia, constitute "filt-edzs" ln
Tertments. They do not depend upon the
financial renponfbiity of indiriduals ct cor
rcraUons for their stability, and are exempt
from taxation aa rcrsocal property. We can
supply sue! inTestments in amounts from
SOD upward. Bend for booklet. "Ccacrrninj
Loans acd In-estmenta.
Swartzell, Rheem Hi
TZ7 15th Street Northwest.
American Telephone & Telegraph Co.
A dUidend of Two Dollars per share
will be paid on Saturday, April 15th. 1311.
to stockholders of record at the close of
business on Friday, March 31st, 1311.
WM. R. DRIVER, Treasurer.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
Slsde at Lowest Rates of Interest.
I W. H. WALKER, 729 15th St. N.W.
mench, treasurer et aL; substitute trustee. At
torney J A. MaedeL
Na 39110. In re National Sick and Accident In
surance Company; change name. Attorney, J. E.
Na 20111. Susie JL Forest ts. Albert R. Forrest;
diTcrce. Attortey, W. A. Coombe.
DEEDS OP TRUST.
Dobbms Addition Lot 13. block 6, Elizabeth
Brown Dans to J. Ctarecco Pnce and Harry
JL Packard, trustees, to secure the Citizens
Sarings Back, $3,730. 3 years, 5h per cent, semi
annually. Square 6 Lot 161; Annie A. Suckle to George 3L.
Emmench and Douglass S. Mackall. trustees, to
secure the Washington Six Ter Cent Permanent
Building Association. $330
Square 3313 Lots 4L 43. 53. and 55. Luther A.
Swartzell to Clarence B. Rheem and George W.
P. Swartzell. trustees, to secure Hrry T.
Dome-. $15,800. 3 years. SH per cent, semi
annually. Square 914 Lot 32. Frank J. Homing to H. R.
Howenstein and Emamel Speich. trustee, to
secure Edgar R. Richardson, $1,700. monthly
payments. 6 per cent per annum.
Square 150-Lot 246: Rose L. Jfay to William E.
Edmonston and John D. Conghlan. trustees, to
secure Edward S. McKnew, $300, 1 year, 6 per
cent, semi annually.
Square 1037-Lot 43; Robert E. Volkmer to John C.
Weedon and George W. White, trustees, to se
cure JL R. Pmnphrey, $3,500. 3 years. 5 per cent,
srmi-annnaUy. Same to Algernon S. Gardmer
and W. Gilbert Dent, trustees, to secure James
W. Preneb, $23), 1 to SO months, 6 per cent
Square $67 Lot 33; William A. Carl in et ux. to
the Washington Loan and Trust Company, trus
tee, to secure the Equitable Co-operatiie Build
ing Association. $1.3)0.
Square 416 Lot 4; Charles O. Nanck to Wharton E.
Lester and Michael L Colbert, trustees, to se
enre the National Permanent Building Associa
Square 733 Part of lot U; Nancy H. Branson to
Walter R. Wilcox and George F. Hane. trus
tees, to eeenre AquiDa It. Yeakle, $100, 3
years. 6 per cent, semi-annually.
Schentzen Park Lots 32 to 36, block 1; Emma. XL
Hill to Herbert A. GlTl and Theodore N. GUI.
jr.. trustees, to secure executors of the estato of
Mary D. Riddle, deceased. $3,000. 3 years, 5 per
Square ZB-Lot 44 (Fifteenth and H streets north
wcsU: Southern Brdldins Corporation to the
United States Trust Company, trustee, to e
curo a general mortgage bond issne for $323,009,
numbered from 1 to 325. maturing April 1. 1315,
6 per cent, semiannually.
Columbia Heights-Lot f). Mock 3; Jacob I. Hura
rcno ct ux. to Robert Lee O'Brien and Alitn O.
Belt, trusters, to secure Mary E. Edmonston and
Samuel H. Edmonston, $3X00. 3 years. 5 per
cent, (eml-snnnslly. Sams to John T. Arms and,
Samuel A. Drnry. trostecs. to secure Lee Brown,
$300. 1 to 32 months. 6 per cent per annum.
Square 3501 Lot B: Mary B. Pritchett to Harry M.
Packard ard Joseph N. Saunders, trustee"-, to se
cure Charles A. Peters. $103), monthly pay
ments, 6 per cent per annum.
Mount Pleasant Lots 43 and 49, block 13; Carl Scha
fer et ux. to Wharton EL Lester and Michael J.
Colbert, trustees, to ecura the National Build
ing Asscaation. $2,000.
Square 965-Lot SI; Alfred G. Uhler and William T.
Gallther. u mutes, and Thomas E. Smithson to
Ernest L. Schmidt acd George M. Emmerich,
trustees, to srenre the German-American Building
Square CO Lots 211. 212. and 2D; Jesse W. Jlawlings
et ux. to Frank T. Rawlings and Frank S. Col
lins, trustees, to secure Edward McC. Jones.
$3,403. 3 years. 6 per cent, seml-annnally.
Square 69 Lots 211. 213, and 213; Jesse W. Rawlings
et ux. to Frank T. Rawltngs and Frank S. Col
lins, trustees, to seone John M. Daniel, $1,500.
3 years. 6 per cent, eemi-anmrany.
Square 09 Lots 173. 174, and ITS; Jesse W. Rawlings
et ux. to Frank T. Rawnnxn and Frank 8. Col
lins, trustees, to secure Edward M. C Jones,
$3,400. 3 years. 6 per rent. remi-annnaUy.
Square 69 Lots 173. 174. and 175; Jesse W. ItawUngs
et ux. to Frank T. Rawlings and Frank 3.
Collins, trustees, to secure John M. Daniel.
$1,500. 3 years, 8 per cent, semiannually; sep
arate trust of $500 on each lot.
Square 5-Part of lot 20; Hester A. liurke to
James Berry and wuiiam ucjx. Clayton, trus
rres. to secure Perpetual Building Asscdation.
Square 1004 Lot 305 ;M. Josephine Jameson to James
Berry and William McK. Clsyton. tnutees. to
secure tba Perpetoal BuDdlng Association. $L"S9.
Doohrns- Additioo-Lot 3S. block 13; Robert Frank.
Itn Wright, jr.. et ux. to Henry H. Buiirnri
and Charles Schafer. trnstsea, to secars the
Northern LDerty Gerasa Asjericsa ITniliwsr
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