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THE WASHINGTON HERALD. WEDNESDAY. JULY 3, 1912.
Ball Movement Predicted as
as tlie Political Situation
GENERAL ELECTRIC IS- ROSY
Br BARROK SERVICE.
New York, July 2. There was a reces
lon in the price of some ot the high
priced specialties like Texas Company
and American Tobacco to-day, but they
failed to brine out any stock which
strengthened and broadened the rest of
the market There was a fair amount
of activity throughout the list, and
traders predicted that there will be ac
tivity and bull movements as soon as the
Baltimore convention Is through. The
traction stocks affected by the favorable
decision of the courts regarding the new
subways were strong. Brooklyn Rapid
Transit going to the highest point
reached since IBS, at which time the
stock, although not paying dividends
thep, on Gov. Flower's bull campaign
went as high as 117. Great Northern
Ore took strength as a result of favor
able things said about the properties by
James J. HIU In his farewell letter.
Steel common touched the highest point
In the present movement, the buying at
tracting attention because of the promi
nent Interests taking part in It. National
Lead was a prominent specialty figuring
in a bull movement because of the In
creased demand for paints and the con
sequent greater earnings of the com
pany. Central Leather was taken In
hand after weeks of neglect, and moved
to the highest point In several months.
General Electric continued Its advance
on the prospects of a "melon cutting
This Issue scored a new high record
Money Is so easy that even the pay
ments of t2SO,000.000 dividends and In
terest disbursements by New York
banks and corporations on July 1 has
not had any effect and call money was
still under 3 per cent after these pay
ments. There was a slight firming for
time money to 4V per cent for six
months money, but there was not any
new demand and nothing over 4 per
cent bid. There is no demand at all
for other time money of two to six
months maturities. Borrowers seem
confident that they will be able to fill
their wants in the call money market
for months ahead. A decline in for
eign exchange )s looked for, as the
rates are very high for this time of
year, being exactly 1 cent to the pound
sterling higher than at this time In
1911 The last shipment of $:.000.000
to Paris had no effect and found the
banks here Indifferent to the movement
Rumors that an extra dividend of 30
per cent will be paid on General Electric
stock if the near future hate given way
to more definite reports that 30 per cent
will be paid, but that the disbursement
will not be made for a long time. There
will probably be at least S5.000.000 added
to surplus In 1912. which would make
that account $54,000,000. equal to 43 per
cent per share on the 177,333,200 capital
ttock. The directors, however, may make
the disbursement In the form of a stock
dividend so as to leave the cash surplus
within reach for the company s use.
Acting President Pierre S. du Pont,
the E. I du Pont de Nemours Ponder
Company, states that the government's
dissolution decree will not cause any re
financing, but that two new companies
will be formed and S20.000.000 assets of
the old company transferred to them, .for
which S10.00O.O0O stock and a like amount
of S per cent bonds will be Issued In
payment. This stock will be distributed
to the common shareholders of the old
company as a dividend and half of the
bonds will be disposed of by the old com
pany under the decree. Earnings of the
new companies are estimated at 10 to 12
per cent available for stock dividends.
The old company will have S70.000.000
assets, and there will be J15.3S9.HS pre
ferred and C9.C6.3S6 common stock out
standing. The three companies will di
vide the business of the old "Powder
Trust" between them Earnings of the
old company are estimated by Mr. Du
Pont as equal to five times the require
ments of the preferred dividends.
The net and -gross for the Southern
Railway for Its fiscal year were the
greatest In the history of the road, and
with June estimated will be SS3.400.000
gross, an increase of $3,050,000. and 117.
670,000 net. an Increase of S45O.O0O over 191L
The net will leave 37,125,000 surplus avail
able for dividends, another new record
New Turk. Julr X. CtasiEg priori of miscella
N. T C 4Ss. 17. 10T
Am. Art. Cbem s. M1H
ABancan Cotton Oil Ita. XH
Aswtjcan Spirits 6a. in
American Telephone X. Trlesjanh, crt. 4s. 115
American Tekpbooe Telegraph col 4s. S
A.. T 8. P fin. 4s.
A . T. 8. F. ert. 4. 18714
Atlantic Oont Uu 4s. MH
Atlsatie Cout Line, U X 4s. . MU
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 4s. Btt
Brooslrn U EL 4-Ss 10J
Centnl of Sew Jersey ten. 5a- 121
Chesapeake & Ohio sen. 4Hs. - MM.
C-henpesre 41 Ohio ert. 4Hs. 33
0. 8. Q. Wat 4s. 9tS
Chlcaro & Eastern nltaois 4s. S3
C . II ftt P. deb. 4a, B34 SO
Chi. 4 X W M.. a & X. 4s....
CL, r. I tr. nr
C . H. I P. COL 4s.
C O. C 4 St. U m. 4s.
Col Industrial 5
Deurcr A Rio Grande rfg 5s. .,
Deoer 4 Rio Grsode con. 4s
Distillers' Security Corporation Sa.
Du Pont de Xemour Powoer 4s.. ......
Erie 1st con. 7s
O.. B W deb. B
Indians Steel Ss
Intrr.-Mea'O 4s .
International Steam Pump 5s.
Ksnsss City Southern Ss.
Ksnssa City Terminal 4a.
Laekawane Steel Sa. 1915
LlcseU. 4 Myers 7
LiggeU 4 Mytp Ss.
LouisrlDa A XsihrHls unified 4s.
M K. A- T. 1st 4s.
Uisaom-i Pacific crt. Ss...
Ysliooal Eys. of Mexico 4s.
V. T CUB. Ss.
S. T (3.. E. L.. K. 4 Power coL 5S
X. B BTR. P. C 4s. .
New Tort Railway adj. A 55
New Tort Telegraph 4 ................ 99
Norfolk 4 Western gen ta.. ......... ............. U5
Northern Pacific 4s. 99
Padflc T 4 T, Ss. . IOC
PeBssyhasua 3s, 1913,. ............. ....... 100
Pennsylraala 3s, 1915 . .......... 97
P. LorlUard 7s. ...... . 13
Public Securities) of Xew Jersey Ss .. S3
Reading gen. 4s. 97
fit L-. L M. 4.8. rfg. 4s. -j .................. TS
SL Louis Southwestern con. 4s.. .............. 81
Seaboard Ah- Line sdL Ss 81
Southern Psdne crt. 4s...... ............. 95
Southern PscUle rig 4s , ......... 94
Southern Railway 4s.M.....M .............. 78
Southern Railway 4s. SL Louis dirisiao ...... -89
Texas Co. ert.-s....... ,........ 100
Third Atttroe rfg ts-..... .................. 82
Third ATtnnc sdi. 54..... .. ................. 71
U. S. Leather (a .. .. 100
V. S. Steel a f. Ss. .... .................... 102
Va.-Car. Cbem. Jit Ss ...... 98
Virginia Iron, Coal 4 Cos Ss. .....-....-...... 93
Western Electric Ss ............ ltd
"Western Marjisud Is M. IS
Western Cnioa ts. ........-.... 97
Westincbouse Mfg. 5s. ,............, 91
West Shots 4s.- .... 100
Totsl sales, P,H7,C0
NEW TORE STOCK MARKET.
Quotstloos furnished by W. B Bibbs Co.
members of lbs New Tors Btocx r.TrTiinra. Bibbs
Can money: Open. 2V;h!a.ZS ; low. at: eJoee. 1.
SALE OP BHAItES BY HOURS.
Shafts to 11 s. a.... .....................111JCD
Shares to 23 a ..... M.S300
Shares to 1 n, m. ......... ........ ......X503
Shares to Z IX m.. ........ HM.....HMM....1BJQ0
Shares to 3 p. ra.... ....... .....
Open. Blgh. t.
A., T ii.r com ... ion las lent rx
A.. T. S. F. pfd.. . . 1BH
AUantic Coait Une.. 1UH
Baltlmcn t Ohio com lots
Brooklyn Rapid Transit. . tVA
Canadian Padnc. 3Q4
Chesapcsks Ohio. (OS
a, H. a bi. r. com. wsv,
Chicago A X. W. com 1XS
Delaware 4 Bndson. 1SSS
Denter Bio G. pfd 34
Erie com. 35S
Erta 1st rfd. H
Great Northern pfd 13SH
Inter.-3Ietro. com M... S4
luter.-iletro. pfd CM
Kansss City Sa com. .. 34
Lehigh Valley 171
Loutsrlllt NashTUle. 160H
M,K.T. com. ... 3
3L, 8t.P. 8. S. M. com. U,
s. r. c. a. a ..
x. t.. o. & w
Norfolk Western ....
P C. C. i St. L.....
Rock Island com . ..
Bock Island &&...
Southern radflc com.
Southern Railway com.
Southern Railway pM
Third Afcnue ....
T., 6t L. 4 W. com. .
T St. L. 4 W. pfd ..
Union Pacific com
Union Padnc pfd. . ..
Wabash pfd .- -...
- - IT
an. Agri. Chnn. oom..
Am, Beet Sugar com
Am. Can com . .. .
Am. Car & Found, com.
Am. Ootton Oil com
Am. Ice (securities
Am. Lncomotira com
Am. Hmelt. ac Ret com..
Am. Sugar Ret com
Am. TeL A TeL. . .
Am. Woolen red
Central Leather com. .
CoL Fuel A Iron com.
Consolidated 5a X T
Corn Producta Ref. com
Corn Products Ref pfd
flreat Northern Ore
Int. Harvester com
Laclede Gas Light com.
National Lead com
Nefada Con. Copper .
Ry Steel Sprlogi com.
Ray Con. Ooppcr
Republic 1. A 8 com.
Republic I A- S red
SlowSheffleld S 4 I com S7
Tennessee Copper . 44
C a Realty 4 Imp. . S3
U S Rubber com .. .. 6&S
U 1. Rubber lit pfd .. 11IS
U. S Steel com 71
C 8 Steel pfd' IKS
Utah Copper . . 43
Vs. Car Cbem. enm . 43
Wtatcm Union Tel S
West. Elec. 4 Mfg. com 77S
Atch conrett. 4s. .. .. IMS
B 4 O gen. 4s 97
B R T conr 4s. 94S
C. B 4 Q joint 4s... . 95
Chic, R I 4 Pat 4a. OS
Inter Metro. 4Sf 83,
Penna. conTert. SSs, 2912.. 97
Southern Ry 5 107H
I 8 Steel M la. . KCS
BOSTON COPPER STOCKS.
Quotations furnished by W. B. Bibbs 4 Co., mem.
bers of the New Tort Stock ExehsEgt, Bibbs .Build
ing. Bid. Asked.
Adientnre 9 9
Bohemis 3S 3
Calumet 4 Ariaoua 73 75
Calumet 4 Beda S3 S30
Copper Ranga 59 59
East Butte 13 II
Franklin 12 12
Indians 19 19
Lake . 38 39
La Sana . . . 7 7
Mason Valley 12 13
Mayflower 11 II
Mergenthaler . 218 220
Michigan - 3 3
Mohawk 70 71
North Butto 30 30
North Lake i 6
Old Colony 9 9
Old Dominion 58 SS
Oneco 3 2
Quiney 92 92
Shannon 16S 16
South Lake 10 11
Swift 1M WIS
Tamarack 41 45
Trinity 6 7
United Fruit an as
Utah Consolidated 11 11
Victoria 3 4
Wolverine HI 113
Quotations furnished by W. B. Bibbs 4 Cow mem
bers of the New York 8tock Exchange. Bibbs Bnlld
Bay State Gas.
British Columbia Copper
Glronx Coper ........
Mason slley ...
Mine Company of Americs.... 3
Nlpkslng Mines Oompsny
United Copper .
United Copper pfd.
Yukon Gold. .. ... .
Biltimorr. Julr 1 WHEAT Stock In eleraton.
6X837 bnshels. EbipeseBts from Itnator, S.063 tuih
el. With noripu U new Soutbem wheat jDart-
int ana mme saxapin mttiai wita onicx aale the
market rales Tery firm. Salca d a cargo on grade
at Lw per itoci tuamrr tag iota by aaiiiple. as
to quality acd condition, brotixM 91, 92. 9T. L00. L02.
KCSH. f t3, and J-04 per bushel. Forrisn marketa
Contnct to-dar at the oppnint was doll, with spot
No Z led wheat 4.15 noalnaL The market at the
12.15 call was firm, with No. S red Lift. Spot No. S
red Western was the same price. Statute prices
oojcuur potuea were: o; z rea. i.; a Z red
CORN-Stock is elevators, 25U0S boshels. Ship
ments irotn eaeraiors. z.mi Dusoeis. Tnere ts a
mood and constant demand pceraDLnr for prima rA-
low and white Sonthem com, bat the smsUness of
arrirals prerents acUre trading Track jtUow corn,
for domestic delrreiT. U M per bushel for carlots
on spot. The market for cob corn was firm to-day,
ill rrime efferiacs meeting with nod sale, at OOt,
i. per bbL
caatntx taxuy u mo onrnirnr was aou. with srot
mixed corn ?S nominsL The market at the 12:4$
ctll was firmer, with spot mixed com TSH. Sales:
One car yellow, oomenio tto tn ui, H; one car
TtUow. domestics track Jail yard. 84. and one nu-
steamer rrtltTW. domestic, track Jan yard. C Set-
tuns prices oaoaur poiDa; uontracx, ibh-
GOVERNMENT BONDS. '
...... KDH 101
...... vx iau
.... Ifit jem
... 102 1C2
...... Ill 111
2s, recistend. 33tX. .....
zx coopon, lSBm.HH.HM,
U, mistmd. 19G6-U.HM.M
fa. conpon, 1MB-1J.H..M....
ts. rexlstercd. 1325....,....
Is, etopen, 133...
. ui m
Pancma Canal 103) IT- 2s. ret. MX... .00 151
ranama Canal 10-33 jr 2s. tt 153S... 10CH ltl
hnini Canal 3s, rcristrreil 1SCI .,.. 101H 102
Tanazu Cual 3a, cempon. J3Q. .......... 101 K)l
FINANCE AND REALTY
The call for bonds led In yesterday's
trading on the local Stock Exchange.
The demand was In excess of the sup
ply, and at prices favoring business. The
sales recorded represented upward of
J10.000. and later In the day no securi
ties could be brought out even by raised
bids. Biggs Realty Fs sold at 104. Gas
Ts at 110H. Railway 4s at SU to S514.
and Potomac Consolidated Ss at 102.
The volume of business done In stocks
nas moderate, composed ot Gas shares
at S3 to Ktt. Lanston at 93. National
Union Insurance at SH to 8. Mergen
thaler at Z0, and Capital Traction at
Soath DriEbtrnlnar Up.
Business conditions and the agricul
tural prospects of the Southern States
are satisfying, according to Eldrldge Jor
dan, president of the United States Trust
Company He expressed this view after
having spoken with many of his friends
among the delegates from the South at
To Wild and Woolly.
Richard E. Claughton. a member of the
Washington Stock Exchange, is going on
an extensive business trip to Seattle and
British Columbia. He expects to follow
the life of the frontiersman after bid
ding farewell to civilization and com
fortable Pullman travel.
Bond lane of 5,43UtOOO.
The stockholders of the Norfolk and
Southern Railroad yesterday authorized
a bond Issue of J5.456.000 for the acqui
sition of a branoh from Raleigh to Char
lotte, X. C.
WASHINGTON STOCK MARKET.
Riggs Reslty Ss (long), 81.000 at 104. J1.000 at 1M.
SLOW at 104, SLOOO at 1M. 31.000 at lOL
Washington Gas 5s. CJ0 st 110.
Wsah. Rr 4 Elec 4s. J500 st 85. 8500 st 85.
ILBW st 85. SLOOO at 85
Potomac cons. Si, 11.000 at 102
Washington Gaa. 3 at 85. IS at MS. 3 at 84.
Lsnaton. 12 at 92. 3 at 92, 3 U 91
National Union Insurance. 100 at 8. 3 at 8.
After caU-Mergenthaler. 1 at 330. 4 at 230. 10 st 230.
Capiul Tractlun. 1 at 121 2 at 121
Georgetown Gis cert. ind. 5s. IcS
Georgetown Gss Ss 109
Washington Uas 5s 110
Capital Traction Sa Ill
City 4 Suburban 5s IM
Columbia Sa. ..... 100
Columbia 6a .. . . 101
Metropolitan Ss 107
Wash. Ry 4 Elec. U Si
rotomsc Electric cnoa. 5s
Polemic Electric Light 5a . .
Chcapeake 4 rotnrase Telephone Ss
American TeL 4 TeL 4s . .. . ,
D. C Tiper Jiff Ss ...
Emerson bteim lump 6s
X 4 W Steamboat 5a
Rlcgs Realty Ss llcngl
Rlfgs Realty Ss (short) . . .
PUBLIC UTILTTT STOCKS.
Cinitil Traction 122
Wsih. Ry 4 Elec com . . 91
Wash. Rr 4 Elec. rfd - 91
Washington Virginia R; com SIS
Washington-Virginia Ry pfd . ... 79
Norfolk 4 Washington 8teambuat SO
Washington Gaa. II
Georgetown Gas . 12TS
Eastern light 4 Fuel 118
American TeL 4 Tel IMS
G. F. 4 O. Dominion 109
TTPE MACHINE STOCKS.
Mergenthaler linotype .219
Lanstcn Monotype 91
Greene Csnsnes ... 9
Columbia. . 25i)
Farmers 4 Mechanics. 30
Biggs . .' . . 590
Second ... 160
NiUooal Bank of Washington . 230
TRUST COMPANY STOCKS. ,
American Secunty 4 Trust. .. .290
National Eatings 4 Trust 240
Union Trust. !
Wsshlngtoo Loan 4 Trust. 210
Lnited Ststea Trust. .. .... 113
SAVINGS BANK STOCKS.
Union . 2M
Bank of Commerce 4 Seringa. 13
FIRE INSURANCE STOCKS.
Arlington - 13
National Union 8
TITLE INSURANCE STOCKS.
Real Estate 95
District of CohrmbU Psper Mfg. Co.... 134
Emerson Sursm Pump
Grsphophone com S3
Grspbopbone pfd 78
Merchants Transfer 4 Storage 120
Security Storsge "500
Washington Msrket - 17
NEW YORK PRODUCE.
New York Julr 2.-WHEAT-Lcwer. inactire.
Na 1 Northern spring f. o. b. Co arrive, 121;
No. 2 red. f o. b.. LIB. No. 2 hard. Lab.,
to an-ire, L17, Na 1 Manitoba, f. a tx, to arrive,
117. No. 1 macaroni, nominal. Exporters took
CORN Steady. QnoiUona nominal Na 2 in ele
vator, domestic. M"4, o. 2 yellow, c. i. f.. 834,
Na 3 yellow, 8P, a L f , export Na 2, to arrive.
82. f. a b.
OATS-Lower, quotations nominal. ZSa 2 white.
5Rs, Na 3 white. M. standard, 56. elerator basis,
nnaradn), on tracks. 3560
FLOUR Httvy . business is quiet. Kansas straights.
(.155.25. in sacks, srtrinr patents, 5 60135. in bar
rels, sprins clean, 5135.25, soft winter straights.
S55J0; new Kansas stralgbts. to arme, .L.
RYE FLOURFIat, deaUsgs are light. Choke
brands quoted at .655.15.
HAY Receifls, 3,665 tons, woaker; choice la
salable IMme timothy. LIS, No, 1. 110. Na 2.
L23aU0, Na 3. LOCaLlC.
STRAW Receipts, 60 tons Fist . business is
poor. Long rye quoted at 80
PORK Easy, small business. Mess, 3L50a2L00;
BEEr-Steadr, demand la quiet. Packet. 18.50
IT JO; famUy. 13.00180.
COFFEE The coffee market was qniet, a liult
lower to-day here, as well as abroad. Initial prices
here were 10 to 16 prints lower, owing to acme
European selling and weakness in Europe, together
with laxae receipts at rrimarr points. Then canoe
ft little reaction, and the net range soon stood
9 to 11 punts lower, ue aiignt improvement re
sulting from some local demand for coffee on the
breaks. The onlr afternoon net range was to
11 points off.
'QnoUtions furnished by W. B. Bibbs ft Co
members of the New York Stock Exchacrt. Bibbs
New York, Jnjy 1 A report on the condition ot
the growing cotton crop and the number of acres
under plant will be Issued at noon tomorrow.
The condition will compare with T8.9 last month
and 3S.2 last year, and acreage with 35.C81.00a). ac
cording to the corrected government figures for
The trade expects an Imnrorement in crop ren
ditions as of date of Jane 25, as compared with
May 25 last of between three and fire points,
To-days weather map was favorable and the
weekly government report indicated generally fa-
ToraWe coodiuons, tnongn wita temperature some
what below normal and some necessity for rain tn
UTtTpool futon closed at a net advance of from
two to three points. Manchester cabled rams quiet
ana sirsay; ooens, a xair oasrnfas Dttag done.
Sales of lf.OOO bales of snot cotton were-inade In
Llrrrpocl at three points advance, to &60d for mid
Onen. High. Lew. dose.
Angust.- 1L23 1L3 118 1121
Octcber .... ... 1LC6 ILS ILeS 1L&I
Drcrmbrr.. ........... IL56 1L3 1161 1161
jacir. ................ aeo ac an ass
LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET.
Quotations gifts below an for large lots, Jobbszs
prices are higher.
EOGS-Xesr-by fresh Virrtma, ttsU; West Vlr
glnla and Southwest Virginia, II; Tennessee. U.
BUTTEH-nrla fancy, per IK. 3Sa3; Western
ants. Xa27; seconds. OHe3; stort-racked, 29.
CBXESE-Xew Tort 8UU factory, new, U. ,
POULTttt Bens, per Its. D; roosters, per lb., 9;
turkeys. I3aIS; chickens, springers,' Se37.
DRESSED FOILTBT-Btmi. choice, per tb!.
Kan; roosters, per lb., 9a W; turkeys, per lb., lieu I
young ducts, per Rs, Ua3; geese, per lb.. 8al0.
VEaETABLES-Potsteet, old. per sack. LOOaiBO;
new. Xa L per bbL. ITSaiS; No. 2. per bbL. L2S
LIS; eon (X. C). per cuts. LCOsLSS; yams (H:
O, per bbL, 3.00ait0; onions. Tesss. per erst.
1.2Ssl SO; new csbbsgrs, per crsts, TSsLOO; eggplaat.
Florida, per crate. iOOaJOO: lettuce, per bbL, Tta
L: string besns. ner basket. LOOaLS: Per bbL.
itOaiOO; squash, per crate. TtaLM: beets, per 100
txmebes. tocaloj; kale, per bbL. SOaLOO; spbisdi.
per bbL. LOOaLS; tomatoes, Florida, per crsts. LOO
sx.S0: sspsrsgss. per dos.. LS0s2.S0; rhnharh, per
100 bunches. LOOeLSOl cucmsbers. Xorth Csrnltns
SOsLS. peas, per bbt, S.tOai.00.
OBXEX FQUrTS-Apples, per box. LS0s3.3:
new, per bbL. LSOaXOO, oranges, Cahforaia. per
box. ITSal.O. Florida conges, 4J0ai.tC; lemons.
per box. 3J0S4.0O; xraps fruit, per box, 5.04.00;
raneapples, 307 50; csntsloopss, per crste, 2.00S3.O;
cherries, per QL. CalS; psscnes, per erstsw LOOsx.00;
bnckleberrles, per QL. (all; blackberries. Tall;
plums, per ot. tag.
BAT AXD STHAW-Bay. Weem. No. L S4.50a
ZTJ0; No. 3, tS.0Oa21.O0; mixed bay. 2Z0OaIL00;
straw, rye. bale. la.O0aU.JO; machine thrssb. 14.00s
13.00; straw, wheat, per ton, 13.SOall.00; straw, per
U1X STOCK-Shern. ISOalSO: snrma lambs. I:
caltes. choice, per lb.. 7; medium, per lb., 7aIH-
TOL AND HIDES-Wool, waabed. rrea
burrs, txr lb.. 3a3S: wooL nnwaabed. ner lb.. St
hide, dry, per In.. 15U; grran hldsa, per lb, U;
calfskin, green, each LSaUO.
CiKAI.S-Wheat, per bo. LI3aLII: com. shelled.
9aa93; ear. per bbL, 490a5.ll; eats, Westsra whiu.
No. 1 per bo.. 62aS4, eats, mixed, per bu.. Bab;
San. 29.00a30 00; mlddllnga, SOOOallCO. '
SEEDS-Red cVrrrr. per buaheL 10.00aU.O9: alsUs
clorer. llOOalLOO, whtu dorer. 1S.OO3 00; crlD
son cloter. S.7SaS.CO. timothy. (JOaSJO; blue grsas.
33a4.09. redtnp grsaa. ULS0aI7n per 100 lbs.; si.
falla, per busbd, tJOaJOSO,
BslMmorc July 1-FLOCR Winter ntrs. 430s.
.; do.. Clear. 4.(0.1 (0; do., straight, LOOaSJS; do..
patent, 5.455 60: spring clear. LtSsSOO; do., straight.
SJSaSS. do., patent, S.60sSJ3; City Situs' beat
patent, 6 10, da. high grsdt pstent, 5.8S; do., hlgb-
grads strsfght, 5JS, do., choice family, ft.20; do.,
extra, 4.2514.10, rys flour, medium to cbokw, 190s
SIS. Commesl. 101 lbs.. L90S2.00.
OATS-Stock hi flnatOfs. 155.814 bushels, ship
ments (rem elerstcrs. 1,785 bushels Xa 3 white,
tOsOOffl. standard white, 99a59, No. 3. white.
UTC-Stock in einstcn. 10.TU bushels; ship
ments from elersUws, 95 tushela Big lots, near by.
as u quality. TSaSS
HAs-Na 1 timothy, 27 00a27.50, Ne. 2. 3.031
3 00, No. 3, 3 CCaS. 00. choice light cloter. mixed.
30u. No. 1 cloter. 2L0Oa22.00. da. No 2. 11 00a
3.00, No 1 cloter, Il.UOa73.00. da. Xa X, 1800
1900, meadow grass sod trry grassy hay, 1500at7 0b,
no-grade hay. as to kind, quality, and condition.
10 OOalt.00. lacking bay and swale grass. llCOalt 00.
STRAW-No 1 straight or. IfSOalSM. Na 2
stiaight rjs straw KOOalfSO. No 1 ungled ns
straw nocslisc No 3 tangled rye strew. IXOOe,
13 50. Na 1 wheat straw. lt.0C.13 00 No 1 oat
straw, UCC.lt 50 Na 2 oat straw. 13 OPsU.53.
LIVE PULLTRl-Sprtng chlckeni. I lbs, and
otrr a IS lbs.. 3ia. da. 1 lb snd under. 3. old
bens hesry. per lb.. 14. smsll to medium, per
lb. 11, old roosters, per lb.. 9, spring ducks. 3
lbs. snd oter. per lb. ICslf. white Pekin. fat. per
tb.. 12, da. puddle, large, rer lb . 11. Muscoty.
jer Ih. 11. guinea fowl, each. 3. pigeons, soung,
per pair. 3, do. eld. per pair, 25.
Ovetitlocs farcklwd by W. B. Hlbbt fc Ox.
ensbrn cl tht Ctlco Botrt of Tr-4. Hlbbi
Chlcar. JaJr Whctt inTSiiUr. with lomn erf
Ss to Sc July. 1"H. Sffitrtnbrr. I CSS. Dcnabfr,
1 MSftl 01 V
Cro "i,Se off cn iwaill Jtr rvid. July. T3H.
fifctraihsfr. Tl. cnbrr. 62CV
Oit SISc lower IiaUs unlodf4 frtfly.
SV: Brptembrt. V
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18 77 188S UK 1167
U 00 11R 10 90 10 95
10 57 10 ta 10 JO 15.53
NEW YORK MONEY.
New York. Jnly 2.-Moner on call at the trek Ex
change tiday opened at 2S per cent highest, 1;
lowest t , riming at Vm per rent. Mont of the
da s Irwna were made st 2S per cent.
Time money wsa still rather quiet, as omul in the
first few date of July Rales 33V per cent for
sixty dsvs 3Vs34 per cent for ninety dss. 3H per
cent for four months. 3Sa3 per rent for Ave months,
3Ssl per rent for six months, ii per cent for wer
Mercantile paper isoed mMeratelT. Very few
c the lonl inaUtutioca were bill en. hence a i-nrne
what inactive erudition Rates 1 per cent for sixty
sod ninety days indorsed bills receivable. U.H per
cent for chelae four to six months tingle names, 4
per cent for others.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Addition to Anicnetta-Thotnas J Itasshrr ct al .
trustees, to Hirsnis J Rmsitsr and Walter T
rolcn. trtKtccs. lots 1 to 12. block 2 lots 28 to
20. block X and lota 3 to 9. block 7 . t'iO
High Virw-Harrr Wardman ft it. to Edward N
and LUUan O EUls. lot Jl. block 5 CO.
Echueucn rsrk-asrcooa T Lscr rt si. to L.
8Uo GotUlcb lot 94. block 3. 9.
County Clcssrctgrsd Ccmcterr Assoastion to
Georgetown Iitbrrw Dcnerolent Association, lot
3. In rarccl 228. oicr 11. JM.
Mouut XlfasantLcTi H Darid. trastc to Ernest
ti and (Inc. Will, lot 47. square ZM 80
Founccntli Street Heights ujtonlo !,txlffre. Jr .
et us. to Ea 31 Uilben. lot 1. square 2919 JiO
1508 R htreet Northwest James S. Fraser et ux. to
Adelbert O and Anna 1. Totter, lot 110, square
54 K Street Northwest Herman R. BowensUln
et ux; to Edward Becker, lot 44. squire G22, 810.
retwnrth Chirles J Walker et ux. to Fanny GUI,
lot 47. Hock 31 810
923 D Street Southwest Emma Dermndy to Rich-
ard W. Claxton original lot 27. sqnare 287. 810
307 D Street Nrrthwest Bertha 31unro to Alexander
Munro. original lot 2. square 532, 810
111 Eighth Street Southeast Ines R OrsNIl et
Tir Amos K.. to John O. and 31argaret V
Gilliam lot 41. square 899. 810
Frtwcrth Thomas Rone, et si. to Herbert W Lud'
wia. lot 4S. block 38. 110.
West Wondridge Omsr I Nigh et ux. to Marnard
W and Ka r Rotnrcck. lot 35. square 42S8 810.
Pleasant Flsins Kennedy Brothers to Olirer B
snd Margaret G Magruder. lot 144. squire 3031,
1022 Connecticut Arenue Northwest-Charles C
Mllbum.et ux to C O Towlea and Will H
Towlr. lot 34 and rmrt lots 33 snd 37, squsr.
tngleslde Alex K rhlllira et ll. trasteeK ts John
W. Garrett, lots 44 and 4S. block 4, 83.100.
Mount Airy tlertnide A. Doyle et rlr. Harold C.
ta Martin A lees, pert. 110
Brightwood rsrk Diner F Groa et ux. to Smith
Compton. lot 71 blcck 3, 819
Dcsnwood llelshta lersM MrDonsld et ux. to
Willis W Jores. let 20, squsr. S263. 819.
1107 R Street Scnthast Thcmas W Short to Besaie
IT Short, lot 57. square 9X. 810.
G Street Southeast, between Thirteenth and Four
teenth Streets Herman R. l!owentein et ux. to
Catherine Wells, lot 117. sqosr. 1C43. 810.
8 Sereuth Street Northeast Msrgsret A Bein to
Judcn T Cull, lot 48, squire (OS. IS. Jndson
T CnTl i-onieri mm rroperty to Margaret A
and Alice Bean. 85.
ISO Half Street southeast Miry A Brown to John
O Neiter. lot 101. squar. 701. JW.
133 Columbia Street Northwrst-Marr E. Loehr to
Louis and Johanna Kast. lot 13. squsr. 38S, 810.
lMdge George Lurkett si to Robert R. Bennett,
Ingleside John T Kingsbury et ux. to John B.
Ontrich. lot 89. block 14 110.
Schnctsm rsikIohn H Ontrich et nx to John
D Kingsbury, lots 57 snd S8. block 2, 810.
GIrh' Pcrtlon Edith B Reek ta gamae! J. snd
Ims W Dennis, pfrt. 810
302 Third Street Southeast Carrie r Oram to
John 8. snd Nettie v. Spalding, lot 18, srjrure
Pastnr Fonnd Guilty.
Pittsburg. Pa.. July i Rev. W. D. Mc
Farland to-day was found guilty of. hav
ing; an Illegal operation performed on his
eighteen-year-old stenographer He was
sentenced to paj - cents and costs of
prosecution and to serve one year in the
Another Auto Traucdy.
New Haven. Conn.. Jul) 2. John J. Mc
Donald, ot Hartfordt Conn., was' killed:
SIlss Kathertne Maner sustained a frac
tured skull, and Miss Helen Sanquist was
less seriously, hurt wlirn an automobile
In which they were rldln-r skidded and
crashed Into a telephone pole at North
Haven early to-day.
Officei of Smoot and Field Compa
nies Robbed During the
Alexandria, Va., July 2. The office of
.William A. Smoot & Co., incorporated,
and Henry K. Field & Cc.vlocated within
less than a square of each other, were
broken Into and robbed early this morn
ing. The robbery was discovered by at
taches of the piece when the offices were
cpened this morning.
Neither of the robberies paid the
thieves for their trouble, although the
thieves took what they could find, both
robberies netting them less than JI0.
At thft eifnrm rtf RmnAt Jk Co. the
Itblevea got iK from a cash draw
er, together with 110 worth ot stamps.
They left J150 In checks undisturbed,
together with other valuable papers
which were In the office.
At the place of business of Field & Co.
the thieves got no cash, but stole about
seventy-five 2-cent stamps, together
with a pistol, bsseball feloveand connt
lng machine. Entrance at both places
were effected by forcing a rear win
dow. The police are of the opinion that
both robberies were committed by the
same party or parties, although they
have no clew on which to work.
The second floor of the Alexandria
Quick Lunch Room. SI King Street,
must cease to be used by men as gam
bling rooms. This was the ultimatum
delivered by Justice Caton In the Police
Court to-day to S. Prevelos. an attache!
or the lunchroom.
Prevelos was told by the court that he
could take bis choice of keeping out
these people from the place, or being
subjected to a heavy fine. His Drotner,
now In Greece, he explained to the court,
is lesee of the place, although he prom
ised to obey the mandate of the court.
Nine men were captured In a raid made
on the second floor of the lunchroom
early Sunday morning for gambling.
This place has been raided before by the
police as an alleged poker Joint.
The Sunday school baseball league re
cently organized here has enrolled the
fol' owing teams. Methodist Protestant.
Methodist Episcopal South. First Bap
tist SL PauKs Episcopal. Second Presby
terian. Christ Episcopal. Grace Episco
pal. Del Ray Baptist
There will be a meeting of the officers
of the league at 8 o clock Monday night
next at the rooms of the Chamber of
Commerce for the purpose of adopting
by-laws, arranging a schedule for the
season, and making other plans. Games
will be played at the Alexandria Base
The present schedule arranged thus far
follows- July 3. 5 p. m., Methodist
Protestant against First Baptist. July
4. 10 a. m . Methodist Episcopal South
against Del Ray Baptist; July 4. i p. m..
Methodist Episcopal South against Del
Ray Baptist July 12, & p m.. Second
Presbyterlsn against First Baptist.
John Berrymore. of Washington, and
Henry Johnson, of this city, were in
jured j-esterday afternoon when a mo
tor ccle which they were tiding, be
came unmanageable and ran Into the
brick dwelling at the southwest corner
of King and Henry Streets, uotn were
badly cut and bruised, and the motor
cycle slightly damaged.
A light between two dogs on King
Street this morning brought business on
that thoroughfare to a stop for a time.
and ever) one In the vicinity came out
to witness the fight between the canines,
which was declared to have been a draw
by experts Both dogs were severely
A list of the speakers who will speak
at the Fourth of July celebration at
George Washington Park has not yet
been announced There will be a tourna
ment there that afternoon, ending with
a coronation ball In the auditorium of
the Elks" Home. The latter has been
chosen instead of Armory H-tlL
The three glass fsctorles of the city,
the Old Dominion. Alexandria, and Vir
ginia closed down Saturday last for the
months of July and August. The fac
tories will reopen September 1 next The
odore V. Ale, lce president of the Vir
ginia factor), has been elected manager
of that concern, and Robert Powell has
bevn elected vice president M M Lollo
will continue as president.
Tag day will be observed by the Boy
Scouts to-morrow and Thursday The
lads have equipped themselves with tags
which will be sold to the general public
Funds derived from the sale of the tags
will be used for their summer encamp
ment. Weary of life. Lillian Brown, a young
woman living In the Northeastern section
of the city, yesterday swallowed a quan
tity of laudanum In order to end her
earthly troubles. Inmates of the place
upon learning of ber rash act sent for
Dr. Warfleld. and after the use of the
stomach pump she soon revived.
The fire committee of the City Council
held a meeting to-night at the Reliance
fire engine house and organized with the
election of C J W Summers aa chair
man and Thomas Chauncey as secretary
The committee also elected Everett Ro
gers to fill the vacancy as engineer at
the Columbia engine house
Funeral services for Mrs Ada Gorham,
who died yesterday at her home. South
Patrick Street, will be held at 2 o'clock
to-morrow afternoon from Beulah Bap
tist Church, Fairfax County Burial will
be In the cemetery at that place.
The deceased was the wife of Beaure
gard Gorham, and was thirty-six years
old. Besides her husband several chil
Jasper M. Jackson's funeral took place
at 10 o'clock this morning from SL
James' Catholic Church, Falls Church
The burial was In the cemetery at that
SESSION POR TZACHEES.
More Than 330 to Attend Catholic
The summer session of the Catholic
University In Brookland. which is held
annually for teachers, was begun Sun
day mornhig with selemn high mass,
conducted by Mgr. Shahan. rector of the
university. The session opens with a
larger attendance than ever before, about
350 sisters having registered the first
day. They came from almost e ery State
In the Union, and twenty-eight different
orders are represented.
Besides the regular faculty of the
university there are a number of as
sistants from other Institutions, making
between forty and fifty instructors In slL
Both scademlc and technical subjects
are taught, and the purpose Is to give the
sisters an opportunity to review any
phase of their education they may desire.
The session will last until about Au
Iteerptlon to Iters. B. D. Garr.
A reception was given to Rev. Benja
min Donald Gaw, pastor of West Wash
ington Baptist Church, and Mrs. Gaw,
In the church parlors Monday n'ght. In
observance of the first triennial of his
pastorate There were 400 persons pres
ent Rev John Compton Ball, pastor of
Metropolitan Baptist Church, and W.
Hunter Haycock gave addresses.
FOTPBE MAN TOBLESS. -
Chiropodists" Predict It and Defend
! Cblragjo Feet.
Chicago. July t-CWropodlsU forn all
over the country are here to organise a
Dr. Henry Schmidt declared that he
regarded his profession as one ot'the
highest for the, amelioration of the oon
riltfnn nf the human race.
"The foot Is the key to the well-being
of humanity." he said. Toil can't do
much for a man In the way of religion.
if he is suffering from bunions. No one
can be really happy with a can corn
All of" your reformers, poets, comedians.
snellblnderk and editorial writers can do
little for a people who have to walk
each day on feet that are swollen and
ore. A business man to succeed must
have good feet.
The chiropodists predicted that In ages
to come the human race will be toeless.
They pointed to the evolution of the
horse s preoz.
HAY TAKE TAFT'S
NAME OFF BALLOT
Intimated that Roosevelt's Name
Will Take Its Place on Official
Boll of Illinois.
Oyster Bay. July 1. That President
Taft'a name may be taken from the reg
ular Republican ballot In Illinois, and
that of Col. Roosevelt substituted, was
the message brought here to-day by R.
W. McCormlck of Chicago, who was a
Roosevelt delegate at the National Con
ventlon. Mr. McCormlck came to Oyster
Bay and held a long conference with
the colonel, he Is believed to have come
East as an emissary of Gov. Deneen, of
When the colonel bolted the regular
convention McCormlck refused to fol
low him. To-day. upon his arrival here,
he gave out a statement which indicated
that the progressive movement is mak
ing big gains In the Middle West, espe
cially in Illinois.
"I don't know of any calamity at Chi
cago, so far as Roosevelt is concerned,"
said he. In answer to a question. "They
put up a candidate In the regular con
vention who cannot be elected. The pro
gressive move has proved more Impor
tant than many thought it would. In
fact, there is a strong disposition on the
part of the Illinois State organization
of Republicans to drop Mr. Taft entire
ly, and follow Roosevelt Mr. Taft can
not carry Illinois, and we have cot to
get oenina some one who can win. or
we shall lose the State machinery en
McCormlck explained that the matter
of substituting Roosevelt's name for Mr.
Taft's upon the ballot had been receiving
serious consideration from some of the
leaders. They believed that it could le
gally be done
After the conference Col. Roosevelt Is
sued a statement calling upon all pro
gressives to Join the third-party move
ment Speaking of the Illinois situa
tion, the colonel declared that If Gov
Deneen did not fall In line with the
progressives In his State, the latter would
put a ticket in the field and beat him
next falL In outlining the plans for the
new party the colonel declared that he
did not contemplate forming organiza
tions In ever)' State In States which
are overwhelmingly In favor of the colo
nel the regular State Republican machin
ery will be turned over to the third
A H Revell, of Chicago, and Baln
btidge Colby, of New York, also visited
Sagamore HilL Mr. Revell gave the
colonel assurances that the new party
would not lack funds. He was one of
the chief financial contributors to the
New High Record
in Aviation Deaths
With the deaths )esterday of Miss Har
riet Qulmby and her passenger at Bos
ton. A new high record tn the toll of
human life has been reached In avia
tion during the six months. Last sear
was by far the most disastrous. .but this
)ear promises to eclipse the figures of
1911 The number of fatalities for the
six molnths of the present year Is forty
three, compared with seventy-three In
the whole )ear of 1911
Beginning with the death of Lieut
Thomas E. Selfridge. the first person
killed In an aeroplane In 1903. the list of
fatalities has rapidly Increased. In 190S
one man lost his life. In 1903. four. In
1910. 32. In 1911. 73. and to date for the
present year 43 persons have been kll -cd,
making a total of 153.
The countries In which fatalities have
occurred this jear are France. German).
England. Russia. Italy, and the United
States. France has contributed as many
victims this year as all of the other
European countries combined, the num
ber being sixteen. Including a woman.
Miss Suzanne Bernard, who fell at
Etampes on March 11
German airmen who lost their lives
number eleven. English, two; Russian,
two. and Italian, one. In addition to the
two Em'tsh aviators the number of vic
tims In England Included a third. Victor
Louis Mason, a young American, who
was killed May II while making a flight
at Brooklands with the English aviator.
E. V Fisher.
Double fataltles. In which two riders
or a rider and passenger were killed.
were numerous this year, nine having
occurred, while on June 19 occurred the
first deaths eer caused by a collision
of two aeroplanes The victims were
Capt Dubois and Lieut Pelgnan. both
officers In the Fench army, and trained
airmen, who were killed when the bl
planea they were piloting round the ar
tillery flying ground at Douai collided
with terrific force In midair.
The American victims for the past six
months, exclusive ot Victor Louis Mason,
who was killed In England, number ten,
among them being one woman. The list
Is as follows:
January H Rutherford Page, one of
the Curtlss aviators, killed by a fall of
150 feet In the International meet at Los
April 3 Galbralth J Rodger, the first
to cross the American Continent In an
aeroplane, killed by a fall of M0 feet in
the ocean at Long Beach. Cat
May IS Ray Wheeler, an amateur.
killed when his aeroplane struck a tele
graph pole at KInloch Park. SL Louis.
Peter Glesser, who fell with Wheeler,
died from his Injuries two days later
May a Fred J. Southard, an amateur
aviator of Minneapolis, killed by a fall
of 100 feet at the Wright aviation field
near Xenla. Ohio-
June IT Mrs. Julia Clark, of Denver.
killed at the State Fair Grounds at
Springfield, 111., when the wing of a bi
plane In which she was making a prac-
UtO llte.Hl .HM1--. MC HUlu U.. O. UCT.
June 1. Philip O. Parmalee. a young
aviator, who had acquired considerable
fame as a member of the Wright team
of flyers. Instantly killed at ?orth Ya
kima, svash.. when a gust of wind
caught the tall ot his tnprane and caused
It to overturn and plunge 400 feet to
June 11 Lieut Lelghton W. Hazle-
hurst. Seventeenth Infantry. V S. A..
of Macon. Ga . and A U Welsh, an
aviation expert of Washington. D. C
killed at the Army Aviation School, at
College Park. Md.. when a new army
aeroplane ot the Wright type. In which
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Barphrs and andl tided pronta orer 81.000.000
with you when traveling.
The, danger of loss is greatly
increased under such condi
tions. Before leaving, place your
jewels, valuable papers, &c,
lrt one of our SAFE DE
D-Rental price, si Ttlr upward.
and Trust Company,
Cor. 9th and F St.
JOH.V JOT EDSOV. President.
W. B. Hibbs & Co,
Xsw York Stack Kxcnasga.
Wsshtngtoa Stecx Excnaast.
CJ&lcago Bcant et Trada.
LOCAIj JSKCUR1TIE8 bought
and sold on same favorable tarns
as we offer for trading la Nssr
York stocks sod bonds.
The Safest Investments
Are tbotm that da not foetiutt darla ttt
tortM rtxrditioBi d tbm mtxwy or stock mat
s-rtA. Flnt dt-od of trust notes (first mort
sPtlxs.e Q secured on ml cstJ-te in tb Dis
trict ot CcttambU. cattstitsts MtIt-ed" Is
Testmcots. They do sot deprad npoo ta
CasDcU nspotulbaitr of lodrriduAls or ccr
pcrstlons for their stsbOltj and art xempt
frcaa taxation a perwosl jcirtr. w cu
ftrpplj sach lntmrots la sraoanU from $500
cpwsrd. SsR-d tor booklet. "Coocrrointz X-Cbs
Swartzell, Rheem G
727 16th Street .Vorthreest.
ttKAT. ESTATE L0AHS.
atade at Lowest Ratea of latereet.
W. H. WAIKEB. 729 15th St. KW.'
SCrREME COt'RT OF TUB DISTRICT OF CO
tnaraa, tvoldins Probat Coort. Na 13034, Admin
tstrititra. This Is to giT, notice that the suhKrtbcr
of Wajtilcctoci, D C. h obtained from the pro
bate Court of the nwtrkt of ChmMa tft f
administration en the estate of John t" Wrldma
late of the District r& Otumbta. dnu-rd. A ! per
bobs bating claims against tb dec ased are ere
warned to dhiHt the same with th Touchers mre-
of. lerallr stUhentK-strd. to the rohcriber on c -f " ft
the TH DAT OF Jt'XE A- D 'fl3 V isa s
the may br law be excluded from alt benefit i!
said estate. Given under ray hand this XTth d T
of Jane. 1V1. MART C WEIDllAX care ct R.
R R EH REND C6 5th st. n. Attest e
JAMES TINNER. Register of Wills for ta D
trict of Columbia. Cleril of the Probate 4o
R. B REHREND. Attorney Je3 3R.il
THOMAS DOWLING A CO Anetlonera-
TRrSTEES' SALE OF. FRAME DWELLING IV
DEAN WOOD HEIGHTS NEAR CHES
PCAKE JUNCTION AND BELONGING T
THE ESTATE OF THE LATE ROBERT E
Bj Tirtne cf a certsin deed of trnst recorded
Lfbrr Na. 3330 at folm 38 et ,. me of the land
records of the Disnict of Cohxmbia we win I
st public sTCtion in front cf th tmnivs on FBI
DAT. JtTLT 5. mi st 4 o doc p m lot terea
O. fci sqnare or Mock immbered eighteen 19) of
John W. Gresorr'a subdrrisien of Deanwood Heights,,
In the County of WssMngtoo. D C
Terms of M.e. sll cab A depnelt of ISO required
at sale Purrha.en allowed fifteen davs from data
of sale to complete purchae
JAMES F BlTNDT
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF THfl
District of C6hxmbU Waihingtoci, July L
1TC Sealed proccsals will be received at this
ofice until t odock p. m.. JCLY 10, 1712. for.
furnishing and delirering four single cylinder mo
torcycles, for use in the Surface DlTiaion, Ecgteeer
Department. D O. Spetiflcatsocrs and form ef pro
poaal may be obtained trcta the Purchasing Of
ficer. D C CrSO H RUDOLPH JOHN A.
JOHNSTON W ILLIAM V JUDdON Conunla
stonsrs. D C jllx!
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS D. l ,
June s uii "Nested proposals win i recntra
st this office until 1 o'clock p. m. JULY H. Ui-
lor tatmnc anoua streets htJi aTrnues r- me Dis
trict of Columbia, with sheet asphalt snd bitumin
ous macadam during the fiscal year UJ. Firms
of propnaal niecificatkmft. and necem informa
tion msj be obtained from the Chief C.ert Engi
neer uepanraeni. nrm t. msmcj u..ain.
Cr.NO H RI THiLl'H JllHN A JOH.NTOS.
WILLIAM JCDSON. Ccmmissloneri, D C
pa LOANS AND DrWARD SECURED FDR Sl
arlcd csor4oTs. camera ot rarmrsrt, snd otbers.
ARLINGTON CO . 4CB Tth St. nsr Bocm 40.
JIOSEI LOANED SALARIED PEOPLE. WOMI.S
sentac boat and others, without security OSors
hi all prtodr.1 cities. D. H. TOLAtAN. Room 2M.
ta 15th St. is.
they were flying, fell to the ground and
June 21 Henry Turner a i"uns ama
teur, killed In a practice flight at the
aviation grounds at Mlneota. long Is
land. July 1 Miss Harriet Qulmb the
world's foremost woman abator and
William A. Willard. killed In fall of 1,V0
feet from monoplane Into Dorchester
"Fourth" nt Che-sr Chaae lake.
Realizing that the resorts most popu
lar attractions are music and dancing,
the management at Chevy Chase Lake
has wisely decided to make additional
time for these pastimes the "extra for
Fourth of July.
Consequently, the full sections of the
Marine Band will be on hand Thursda
both afternoon and evening. The usual
programme will prevail In the even ng.
but during the afternoon the band will
play at the pavilion exclusively This
arrangement will enable those who de
light In dancing ample time to "trip the
tight fantastic" to the splendid music
of the Marine Band leading perform
ers. All the other attractions will be in
readiness for the crowds expected on
the Fourth, and throughout the day
ample provisions will be found for pic
nic and family parties. r.o intoxicants
are permitted at this resort, the entire
park Is well policed, and there are no
questionable amusements, conditions that
make Chevy Chase Lake a safe and at
tractive place for ladies and children
Adequate car service Is promised both
day and evening.
CASTOR I A
For Infant and Children. 1
The Kind You Wm Always Bought
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