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THE WASHINGTO HERALD. THURSDAY. JULY 25. 1912.
RICH M.&M. STAKE
New York Mare Triumphs in Grand
Circuit Classic, with Tom
Detroit. MIehy July ;i Driven with
wonaerrui skill by the young New York
trainer, Tom Murphy, the ' bay mare
wueen worthy, favorite In the M. & M..
won that event after one of. the greatest
heat battles In the history of the stake.
The first four heats found as' many heat
Queen Worthy winning the
first. .Dave Halle the second, Axona Mc-
xunney me tnird. ana Bierne Molt tne
fourth. Then Murphy went out in front
"with Queen Worthy, and In one of the
greatest finishes -ever seen beat Bierne
Holt by an eyelash.
The winner Is owned by A. H. Corden.
of New York pity. She sold for J200 In
the pools, and TJIctator Todd was second
choice, at J105.'
1L M. Stake: irate. JM.O0O: three In flt heata:
Queen Worthy (Mnrjhrt..... - I 4 S T 1
Blerce Holt (Garritr) - ......... J S S 1 X
-Arena lleKlnney IOoi). .................. t I 1 I I
ir .uau. Tbe nuatrer. uoraa jiraiom. wtw
tT Todd. Lady Green Goods, nd lord Qujton alao
started. Best time. tMM.
IS pactar; three in are: purse, &.; three heata:
Warner Hill, h. n. (I. Benrco) 1 1 1
FUert. b. t (Ooxl - til
Major Odtfl. Nk. $. (Snow).....- J 3 3
Aiicauaa vneen. tanna, .uajar. sua imaj .aw
cedes also started. Best time. IilHi.
223 trot: three In Are; (one. S2.000; three hnti:
Mary C. h. m.. by Ualnut Hall (Cox) 1 1 1
.Mount limit, h. c (Shntt) 3 13
Thistledoce, h. h. (Shank) 2 J a
Phil Bara, Muioa K.. Wayside. New ZelL Birca
Todd. Aside. iitoaia, iiac. ana steuDea also start
ed. Bnt lime, I:UV
SAT race: two in three: rune. tlJnO: two heats:
Brtden Direct, h. h. Eku) 1 1
Lacxworth. b. E. (Murrey) 4 t
sttns jjapane, UK. c tueanj z 4
Eddie Dillard. Edward B.. Ty Cobb. too. Stir,
traw Jim. Sin Patch, ud Lady Isle aba started.
Best time, I SB.
ABE MARira SATS:
NO CHANCE FOR RICHMOND
To Obtain Berth In tli
New York, July 24. The managers of
the Jersey City baseball team are headed
for Albany to negotiate with the osvners
cf the New York State franchise
that city. On account of being only a
few miles from Troy, the Albany team
nas Deen a losing proposition, and the
franchise Is on the market.
Unless Congressman Klnkead and other
Jersey City boosters succeed In purchas
ing the Jersey City International League
outfit, there Is a possibility of Jersey
City being a member cf the New York
State League next season. It is under
stood that Mr. Klnkead is not willing
tc offer more than one-third the amount
asked by the owners of the Jerseys,
which Is 0.000. Unless this offer Is
boosted considerably there will be no
International League baseball In Jersey
City next year.
It Is also a certainty that the Rich
mond capitalists will balk at paying
SM.0C0 for the team and franchise, and
It may be stated on authority that both
Richmond and Syracuse. N. Y will be
rejected as substitutes ror Jersey City
li the International League, the mag
nates of which are looking about for
cues iinn considerably larger population.
It wuz thought for awhile this
mornin' that th' tan yard wuz burn
in up, but it proved t' be a "Turk
A woman will skulk away an'
droop when crossed in love an'
fight t' th' last ditch t' git thirty
six clothes pins fer a nickel.
TO PORM UNION.
United Cigar Stores Company's
Stock Shows Big Gains
CROPS ARE THE KEYNOTE
Olympic Athlete Will
New York. July 21. It was announced
here to-day that the members of the
American Olympic games committer plan
to start a so-called NaUonal Olympic
Association on their return to this side.
The aim of the association will be to
rromote Interest In track and Held com
petition and to keep the leaders Informed
as to where promising material may be
Membership buttons will be issued for
a subscription of $5 a year. There will
be a different colored button for each
year until the Berlin meeting. In this
way a large fund will be assured to
ccver the expenses of the American competitors.
GAMES AT 3:45.
New York, July It In carrying out
his promise to abide by the decision of
the fans. President Brush, of the New
ions national League club, announced
to-day that hereafter all games at the
Polo Grounds would be called at 3:45
o'clock. Early In the season there was
a protest from many followers of the
game against starting at 4 o'clock.
Mr. Brush submitted the question to a
ote. About half the fans voted for
3:30 o'clock, the rest voting for 4 o'clock.
To please everybody It was decided to
split the difference. It was also an
nounced that later In the season games
Hi be started even earlier.
TWO GAMES SUNDAY.
At Union League Park Sunday the Ne
braska Indian baseball team and the
Washington Giants will play a double
header. These two teams met here at
the American League Park in 1910 and
broke even, but the Giants are a much
- .Lsicr ibaiu Litia year, suu me- reuxnea
Will Clmh In San Francisco w,u nave logo some to wm.
ATTELL MEETS MURPHY.
San Francisco. July 21 Abe Attell and
"Harlem Tommy" ilurphy will fight
twenty rounds at Promoter James W
Coffroth's Eighth and Jloward Streets
arena August 3. This announcement was
made, by Promoter Coffrotb to-day, fol
lowing a conrerence with Attell.
Several days ago the former feather
weight champion startled followers ol
the boxing game by declaring he had
east off nis manager Billy Nolan, and
would not fulfill anr engagements made
'y tne veteran trainer-manager.
Garfield Clnti on Top.
In an exciting and well-played game
the baseball team represenUng the Gar
field AthleUc Club defeated the Ameri
can Eagles. The batting and fielding of
Garfield featured. Score:
Girflfld 31110000 3-10 17 1
Eagles. ... 003011001-7 3 4
Rcldpath to Weil.
Buffalo. N. Y., July 24. Charlie Reld
path, -member of the American Olympic
team. Is speeding across the Atlantic
to tnis city, where MIbs Sarah Pratt,
a pretty kindergarten teacher. Is wait
ing to become his bride. Rcldpath won
eight points at the Olympic games. Miss
Pratt and the athlete were graduated
from the same class at Lafayette High
School In this city.
FIRST RACE-Torse. ; for miMm two-jMT-eldi
Dd opwirf: fire furtoori. Ireli. Ill (Mondoa),
T to W. won; Wooli Muw, 109 (Wurrirjton). S to 1.
roond. Wild Lwif, 1C7 (McArdle). 3 to 1. third.
Time, 1:01. Filterine. Wells, San Guide, and Icrcle
SECOND RACE Purse. J300; for threc-retr-oldl
nd npward who hate not won two racw this jrr;
are ajia pne-nau ruriongs. jonn Jiarrs. ill (lament,
3 to 1. won; Kaofraan. Ill (Drrrrr). 3 to 2, second:
ChMS. 109 (Mondon). 6 to L third. Time. 1 3 3-5.
Grace Me. Garden at Roars, Lrdia Lee, Tre Mar,
Watch Me. and Htnaker also ran.
THIRD RACE Purse, J300; for thrte-rrar-old fil
lies: six turlonrs. Chilton Trance. 107 (Carroll). 3 to
1. won, Diprer. W7 (Knlrfit). 3 -to 1, moil: Kawn.
107 (Small), 4 to L third. Time, 1:17. Mamita.
Ponj Girl. St. Asathe, Boobr, and Irlshtown also
FOURTH RACE Pome, 3300: for three-iear-oldi
and upward; six and one-half furlongs. Otiio. 11J
(Small), 3 to 1. won: ratheroll. 101 (Connors), eren.
eeoond; Faneiril Hall. 1J3 (Jloodon). t to 1, third.
Time, 13. Gift. Ladr Orimer, and Starboard alas
FIFTH RACE-Pune. $300; three-rear-olds andnp-
wara mai nare noi won two races thla year; an ana
one-half fm-lonsa. Incision. 105 (Cormora). 4 to I.
won; Bmda, 109 (Carroll). 4 to 1. sreood; Koroni. Ill
(Drejtr). ! to 1. third. TEne, 1OT . Susan, Car
riaaima. and Doll Bo; also ran.
8IOTI RACE-Purse. $3t0; for four-rear-olds and
upward; one die. Chilton Sqnaw, 109 (Carroll!. 3
to 1. won; Mentdair, 113 (Warrtottnn). S to 1. sec
ond: Irish Kid. Ill (Russell), eren. third. Time.
.- o j.uj, -fjxj. isuse oi iraagewatrr,
and Wufred Gerdea also ran.
RACING CARD FOR TO-DAY.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.-
ES5 Twentr-third ftrart Ncrthwest-rhtlip H. Christ
min to John M. DadeL lot u. sauam x. nu.
nithrtew narrr Wardman rt it. to EruM O. and
Mamie li Gttarn. lot 1D0. wroare EJJ. liu.
1011. WIS. and 1015 Ninth Street Northwest-Hanr
Wardman et aL to Uenneua M. Halhdar. Iota
3. II- Zl sonara 101. J10.
1S13 Jf Street Northwest-nenrietta if. nallldaj to
Harrr Wardman and Thomas r. Bones, lot w.
mmm U9. sift.
50B G Street XortheJt-Mary C. Prutm to James
J. luusuion, 101 w. square ot. .v.
Inclrside-John D. Hird et ui. to William W.
Scott, nwt lot 55, bloca II. $10.
Interest Ada B. Carrion to Susan Williams, all
interest In estate of Frederic B. Williams. 310.
Thirtj-Fifth Street Northwest between T and D
Streets-SIIehaet E. Hess to iiarr A. Warner.
south halt lot 37, square east of 1.ZK, $1,13).
Trinidad James C. Nealen et ux. to Hermann
Weiss. lot 98. Node 1. $10.
Barry Farm Henry n. Berjmann et al. trustees
to Samuel Hodae. lot 92. section 8, $X0L
Britttwood Park Mrleln II. llerrhnan et ux. to
Jennie u. 31eany. lot 1. square north ox z.m.
Wisconsin Aienae rartr-Carital Realty Company
to Grace E. Beale, lot 33. snuare 1.757, $10.
Indeslde Herman W. Van Senden et ux. to Edwin
A. MarUn, lots s ana lis. None u, tu.
I F Street Northwest (Glorer bulldlna-) Hen-
rieUa M. Hallidar to Jacob M. Stela, east 30
feet of crifiinal lot 4, aouare f. $10.
New Hampshire Asenna and Washington CireXA
Northwest-Ddmuna III et ux. to ueorce u.
Houch. rart original lot 15. square . $w.
Id Ninth Street Northwest-Same to same, lot 311.
aouare XZ. $10.
New Hampshire Axenue and Washington Circle
Northwest George O. Hough et ux. to Alios
J. Reardon. part lot 15. square 40. $10.
Handle Tark James A. Wllker et Jix. to Arthur E.
Randle. lot 1. aquaro sm. $10.
rennajlTania Arenue Southeast, tietween Fifteenth
and Sixteenth Streeta-Juhn W. Brawner et ux.
to William A. Bees, lots 26, 37, 3S, aquaro 1073.
Randle Highlands United 6tates Realty Company to
Richard H. German, lots 21 and 23, square south
at C6T. $10.
Saul's Addition-Slary Q- Saul to Joseph F. Bees.
lot 1. square 2323. $2,600.
Bellerne-EUiabeth H. Ashley et al. to Mary M.
Sehrandner, lot 45, $10. Mary M. Schraudser to
Theodore I Baker, lot K, $10. Theodore U Ba
ker conTeya same reoperty to John SchKkler. $10.
Richmond Park Richmond Park Improrement Oon-
pany to Hattie P. Edmunda, lot M. sroare 2061.
and lots 20. 21. 22. squsre 2004. $3.
Peter's Mill Seat Joeeph B. Bowling et at. trustees,
to Theodore T. and Eleanor M. Belote, lot 15,
square west of 2721. $10,000.
a Twelfth Street Southwesb-Sophie Hood et aL to
Frederle Ely, south half original lot 22, aquaro
Sixteenth Street Highlands Holmes Central Realty
Corporation to Theodore T. and Eleanor M. Be
lote. lot 0 and rart lot 4. square west of 2721. $10.
Park View Mlddaugh A Shannon to Darid P. Mon
tague, lot 10S, square 3US6. $10.
Columbia Hrighta-James W. Campbell et ux. to
jury n. bomerreu. part lot Z. squsre SC5. Sx
Ca Fred S. Campbell to same, urns tronertr.
$o,27J0. William A. Campbell to aame, aame
property, V.KZJO. cnanm . Campbell et Cx.
to same, same property. .7J.
Sixteenth and I fUreeta Northat-t -Annie M. Pen-
Held to flora E. Hails, origvo. lota t and 10.
square 200, $33,113. Flora E. Daris conTeya rame
rroperty to American becurity and Truat Com
Oy DARRO.V SERVICE,
New York. July 24vThe market was
dull even during the first few minutes,
which have been times of activity re
cently even though later followed by
listlessness. Prices as a whole were
fairly steady with some strong Issues
and some breaks. The worst break was
In National Biscuit, which broke six
points within a half hour after the open
ing and which has gone down from 161
to 135 In the past few weeks, dropping
It points of this since last Wednesday.
Canadian Pacific was heavy on liquida
tion from abroad. Steel showed quiet
strength, even though the Stanley re
port bugbear was continually brought
out by the bears. Traders gave more
attention to the excellent condition of
the steel trade, rather than to politics. In
their attitude toward this Issue. Texas
Company was weak, but it was because
of profit taking rather than because
there were any adverse reports on earn
ings or business of the company. Gen
eral Electric was a very strong feature,
adding three points to Its recent gains on
the first few sales and making a new
high record for the year. Westlnghouse
was strong, but not as much so as Gen
On the outside market United Cigar
Stores continued Its advance, every sale
almost meaning a new high record. Ac
cording to statisticians the longer the
announcement of the new financing plans
Is put oft the higher the stock will go, as
they figure that the old stock Is worth
about thirty points moro than Its present
Die; Dividend Declared.
The Buckeye Pipe Line, a former Stand
ard OH subsidiary, declared its second
dividend for this year of 5 per cent. It Is
regarded as practically certain that all
of the former subsidiaries will be en a
dividend basis within a year from now at
the longest, all but about a dozen out of
thirty-four having taken dividend action
within six months after the dissolution
decree became effective.
If the present high exchange rates on
London continue, it Is not Improbable
mat there will be gold shipments there
before the end of the summer. How
ever, unless this gold movement takes
place soon, there will not be sny need
for it, as exchange rates will probably
undergo a quick transformation In the
falL while money rates are still very
low here, an Increase Is looked for as
soon as the stock msrket shows any
signs of Increasing activity.
Tne critical period has arrived for the-
wheat crops In most of the crop terri
tory, and for two weeks the financial
world will scan the news from St. Pauf
and the Northwest with great attention.
Crops alone. It Is jrrmeralK- Koiu--;
dictate. tmr-Vltole course of the business
world during the remainder of the year.
It Is expected that the total crops of
all kinds will exceed those of 1911 by at
least J700.000.0CO In value.
The $140,000,000 International Harvester
stock Issue admitted to the list in June
will be traded In actively as soon as the
new certificates are ready, which will
be within a few days. The old Issues
have been very active recently and strong
on the excellent crop outlook, and also
because the old voting trust expires Au
WASHINGTON STOCK MARKET.
tegular noon ran. Sales i
Kashtniton Railway Jc ilectno pea., s at n. a
pK, 25 at Mtt. a at nts.
I aldington Gas, 19 at M.
rrgenlhaJer. 10 at 3, al za, w at so, s ai a.
aahintorfVirglnla Railway com.. 23 st 32U. 23 at
. 25 at KV. 23 at 52.
raphophone com,, 23 at 35. 23 at 39.
lashlngton. Alexandria a Mount emem ". W
'umbia Railroad U. $500 at 102,
rgenthaler. It at 221. H at 23. '
-town Gss cert. ind. be.......... 103 .....
k-etown Gaa U. 100 109U
Gaa 5a. - 110H 1U
Traction U. - Ill llltt
Aatla Potomac 3s ... W4
CW SubujUn & W
Ctbia 5a 100
Clbia 6a 101
, Es 1 1W U
Railway k. Electric. 4s... S3 (3
Wligton. Alex. & ML Vernon 6.... l
e Electric com. is 103 103H
Electric Light 5s. ior uia
Cht-ake & Potomac Telephone 5s.... 104 lOMi
TeL & TeL Is Jiu
'aper ilsnutacturlng 5a 100
& Waahlnxton Steamboat 5s.... 101 116
Rigiealty 5s (long) 103 104
ealty 5s (abort) wi uu
I PUBLIC CTIUTt STOCKS.
Cspil Traction 123
Railway & Electric cm.... jwi
HaUar Electric rfd W
WasUnn.Vlrcinla Railway onm. S214
Washion.Vininia Railway pfd. H
rtonoHt Washington Steamboat. 30
Waahlwi Gaa. - "St
EaaterUght & Fuel
Amerl TeL & Tel 1M
Great lla A Old Dominion. 100
TTrE MACHINE STOCKS.
Mergenjler Linotype 220H
I MINING STOCKS.
Greens ananea. ......... ................. v's
1 NATIONAL BANKS.
Capital , 210
ColumblL .. 250
DUtrict t Ill
Farmeral 3Iechanlcs. 203
Itlggs .X iS
National hnk of Washington 23)
FltUST COMPANY" STOCKS.
Amerlcanrrurlty & Trust. 230
National kings A Trust T250
I'nion Tit HO
Washlngtd Loan A Trust 23$
United S-s Tnt- 1W
BAV1NGS BANK STOCKS.
Cltlsens .. 17K
Bsnk of Ccmeros & Sarlrga. tztt
East Waibgton Utt
AtE INSURANCE STOCKS.
Corcoran ........ 80
NaUoral laon. Itt
TILE INSURANCE STOCKS.
Columbia . 5H
Ileal Estate, .'..... B
Chapln Sack! IB
D. C. rapelJIfg. Co. .131
Emerson r-tlm 1'ump .....
Graphophnnt eren 20
Grapbophooi pTJ - 75
Security Strsge . 2n
Washisaton Uarket 171,
B0S10N COPPER STOCKS.
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET.
Quotations rurnlihed by w. B. Hlbbi A o
members U the New lock Suxt Exchange. Hlbbs
Open. nigh. Lw. Clese.
Atch., T. A S. Fe com I0S 1W 1I8V 13S.
Atch.. T. 4 S. Fe. nfd 103 1(0
Atlantic Oast Line IBS 1404
Baltimore & Ohio com..... M9H 10"i 1B4 Iron
llroosljn KapbJ Transit.... 9IT ?-"
Canadian Paaflc. 2MH 201V 3D 26W
Cheaaprake A Ohio rjS K f
Chic, M. & SL P. eom.. 103S HW. loy.
Chic. & N. W. eora 1 l lSH
Den. & Rio G. pfd r,i 35S 35-S
Erie com. S, 3". 3S
Erie 1st rd MH 5H, JJ4
Great Northern pfd. lr 137S 137
Inter-Metro. eva...H. 23 20 20
Inur-Metro. pd SSS MS 5H
Lehigh Valley 19SV, 1IK 16.V.
Louisrtlle tc Nawittlle 137 157 157
M-. S. P. i S. S. M. aim. 1(0 1 116
Mbaoarl Psciie. 34 XH EH
National Rrs. of Max. 2d.r P IS JV.
N. Y.. Ont. & West. 2S 3TM
Norfolk & Western 1IS 110S
Northern Tadae nr-i 12V
rennsylranla 12SS 12SS 1234 123S
Reading com. 12 1C1H IC2H 1JS
Roc Island com. 24VI 2tS 211 21S
St. U A 8. F. Id pfd Si 9 u, 9,
Southern radlle com. 1WS ltS lms 1W
Southern Ry. com. 2SS 2P 2 2S
Texaa A PadOc 22 22 23 22
T.. St. L. A W. com. 13; lTi 13V ITs
T.. St. L. A W. pfd 311. S3, Sli ,
Union Padile can 167H leg 107V, 1C7V
Wabssh com.. .......
FIRST Fire furlongs.
Prodnais. 10ft I Starano.
W. T. Rndtner. MO I Fred LcTy........ 18
Matjle L Ill Thesirea. w
SECOND RACE-Three-year-olds and up; selling:
Pony GlrL MlXila. icj
Toak Ml Susan. im
J-alypto. ,.. 54 I La fa Ja. 106
Miorui.., ...... . I rven eana..........H.. loa
Vena Von-........ 104 Bodkln...... B6
TIITRD RACE Three-jeir-cJds and up, colts and
geldings; selling;' fire furlongs.
CsJetmrmnlan......... S3 I Jnhnny Wise........... 108
jua jiuion ........... iui i.-rarnnaru............
Uplan. iwlfllr Edward.........
rnndamexilal. ...... 100 I Jos Rose. ...... ios
lTJUKTU KAC&-rbr three-rear-olos and up.; flte
Jndge Snooks......... 100 I Tee. Mar. in
Miss Jean:...:. 1(0 f Era Padwick Ill
Booby. ...... 103 1 Western Belle.......... Ill
Helen Oow... ,....,... 100 j Koront 113
FIFTH RAClVFor four-jetr-olds andMtp; mile
and a sixteenth.
.Hindi. .. lltlwafrrd Gerdss. 114
hesa....M..........,.,110 I John Pstterson,,..'... 113
lltertls 110 1 The Gardner.......... 113
Ladr Orimar Ill I Von Iir..... . lis
SIXTH RACE Foe three-year-olds and up; mile
and a sixteenth.
Ftiok Pin............. 110 I Bit of Forbme........ 113
IIOSSI U .CU......... lilt l.rU,
. Anjrnatios atortooc
III) Goldea Treisart.....'.'. 1U
Should be done now to stop the
small leaks that grow large.
Hoof Paint, a combination of
Brazilian copal gum, special pre
pared pure unseed oil, and a
suitable color, containing ho coal
tar-or any by-product of cbal tar.
In gallon cans for family- use.
Place your order for Hoof
W.S. JERKS ft Stk
Slom&het, 723 7ttStJ.ll. W.
Am. Beet Sugar, com....
Am, Can, com ... 36
Am. Can. pfd .. 117S
Am. Car A Foundry, com. 57H
Am. Ice Securities X
Am. LocomotiTe, oom 41H
Am. Smelting A Ref.. com 82.
Am. Smelting A Ref.. pfd. 103
Am. Sugar Ref.. com 13M
Am. TeL A Tel
Central Leather. com.... 27H
Chlno Copper. 31 S
Conaolidated Gas, N. T... HIS
Com Producta Ref.. com... 15
Distillers Secorttira 31U
General Electric. 151H
GoldSeld ConsoUdated...... 4
Great Northern Ore
Inter. Hamster, com,....
International Paper, pfd..
National Biscuit, com
National Lead. com.
Nerada Consolidated Cbp.
People s Gaa or Chicago.... 110
Ray Consolidated Cop..... 20l
Republic Iron A Steel, com 23H
Republic Iron A Steel, rfd. SUi
Tennessee Copper.. 43S
U. S. Realty A Imp. ES
U. A. Rubber, com. 2U
U. 8. Rubber. 1 pfd. 10S
U. 8. Steel, corn. 03H
S. Steel. KTd. 113
Utah Copper 61H
Va. Car. Chem., com....... 43K
Western Union Tel 8JS
Westingh'e E. A JL, com. 73
B. A O. General ts........ 9744
B. R. T. Concert. 4s 02
a. B. A 0. Joint 4a....... 9S,
C, R. I. A P. 4a.......... an
Inter. Metro. 4Hs...... S2S
Penna. ConterL y-4a, 1315. STla
Colon racinc corner!. 4s.. 101H
D. B. Steel 31 u...
115H 1I5S H6H 1IW,
41K 41H 1 lISi
2TM 27 27
31S 3IH 311
1$ ll. 111.
ilH ilti Jl
1S1H ISO 1114
4 4 4
424 42U II
1204 I20H 120$
814 514 37
204 2Tt 2SS
VOn 1304 135
Qnotatlnrs rumlshed br W. B. nibbs A Co.. mem-
bus cf the ttw York Stock Exchangs. lUhU Build-ing.
Adrenture 8 04
Calumet A Arizona...,
Kait nolle 134
-m Valley 13S
Mayflower w 10
North Butte 304
North Lake 54
Old Ixninlon : SS
Oeeoia ..".'...'....'." JI!II.Ii!II!I! 11
South Lake 9
Tamarack n 494
felted Fruit 2X
Utah Ooosolidiled 13
Local Traction securities were the -fea
ture of yesterday's trading- on'tho "Wash
ington Stock Exchange. One nunarea
shares of Washlnston Railway preferred
were sold at 94H to WA. and tne same
number of Washlnarton-Virginla shares
Conrcntlons Committee at Jfoon.
The conventions committee of the
Chamber of Commerce, of which John
Dolph Is .chairman, will meet at noon
fo-dv. Plans for entertainment of half
a dozen conventions soon to meet here
will be discussed.
Proctor Made Bank Examiner.
John L. Proctor, a legal resident of
the State of Minnesota, has been ap
pointed national bank examiner. Air.
Proctor Is about thirty years or age.
and has had several years' experience In
Minneapolis banks and as assistant to
the national bank examiner for the
Pittsburg district. Since 1909 Mr. Proctor
has been employed as special accountant
for the Department of Justice, in wnicn
position he has made special examina
tions and investigations of criminal vlo
latlons of the national bank act.
Quotations furnished by W. B. Hlbbs A Co.
mmW nf the. New York Stock Exchange.
New York. July 24. Cotton enntrarta adrancrd
nearly a dollar a hale after the cn"nlnz tday.
It cannot be claimed that the upturn was due to
any new deTelopment. though eoniictlons are grad
ually taking shar that the crop will be a disap
pointment in its yield per acre. Simulation does
not appear to play much part in shaping the trend
of prices. It ii more the reault of baying cf new crop
contracts by the world's stanners in order to staire
actaal cotton when the crop begins to more.
nwnlnar nrices were at an advance cf from 2
points, the market baring a steady tone At that
time Literpool was about 3 prints oter ite pmtous
elcae. which was better than enected. Strong spot
msrketa were giten sa the rea for th adftner.
On the opening, or shortly sfterward. October sold
at 12.C and January at 12.44. leunng the allernr.
October ld at 12.C7. December. 12. C. and January
at 12.65. which represented an adrance of nearly SL2
Lirerpnol futurea eloeed cnirt and stesdy. with
cain of 34 to 4 rnlnte for tlie day. Manebent
quoted yarta and cMhs quiet. blt steady. Ten
thotuand haie U actual entton were aold in Llier-
ivinl to-day at 3 pouts adrance, to 711 for mid
dling. Open. High. Low. Close.
Anenst . 1322 1217 1321 12.45
October. 12.C 12.M 1143 1164
December 1144 11M 1111 1144
July... ...-- 1152 117J Hit
Bay State Gas-..- S
linden Copier - 74
British Columbia Copper 34
Chicago Subway 14
Cobalt CentrsL ....
Glrreix 0ptt 44
GoldHcld Florence 14
Gnene Cansnea. .
Intercontinental Rubber 124
Kerr Lake 2
La Rose . 3
Manhattan Transit. 3313
Mines Company cf America... 3
Netsda Hills. is
Nerada-Utah 31. A S. Corporation.. 3
Rawhide Coalition. L 4
Sioux . 10
United Copper. ...........it. 4
United Copper pfd.. - K)
Yukon Gold. 34
NEW YORK PRODUCE.
New York, July 24. Closing quotations
of miscellaneous bonds:
Allls-Chalmers 5s. Trust Co. ctfs K4
A., T. S. F. gnl 4s P7S
A., T. Jk S. F. cvt 4s, KW 101
A.. T. .t S. F. Trans. Short Line 4s. W
Bait. & O. gold 4s 93i
Hklyn. Rap. T. 4s KU
Bklyn. V. El. 4-s 102
Chcs. & O. cvt. 4is MH
C. U. & Q Joint 4s U
C. M.&SL P. cvt. 44s. when issued 10'4
Krle cvt. 4. series II 73
Indiana Steel 5s. Trust Co. ctfs.... 10
lnterborough-Met. 4Vs K
LJgEet ci M. 5s OS),
N. Y. nwy. adj. 5s 51
Northern Pacliic 9S
P. Lnrlllard 5s 'e.,
Readlnc gnL 4s 9714
Southern Pacific rfg. 4s 9IU
lT. S. Steel s f Is net.
West Shore 4s. reentered 95a,
Total sales. 2,103,0ijO.
24 524 324
1 10J4 1054
70 OS fos
1124 112 1.
6i 6114 614.
94 97 S7
10114 lfllU 1A1L
'1034 10214 ltd, jftjji
D. 8. eon. 2s, reglttered. 1410. ,... ioou "
U. B. eon. 2a. ccsroon. 1J30: lerax
U. 8. S. regiitered. 1S0B-18........... kb
U. 8. Ss. eonpon. 105-18............ mj
D. S. 4s. registered. 1925. hjk
U. a to coupon. 193............. mi?
Panama Canal 1040-year Ja. reg., 1935.. no!,
Piuama Canal 1030-year 2a. reg.. ujf.. iowj
Panama Canal X registered, 116L
raws vssai as, coupon, isu...
Baltimore. July 24 -WHEAT-Easler! err cash
contract. 981: July, 9V; Aug-ist. 9S; STtember,
steamer No. 2 red. W4. RecdpU. U.S3 bueh
Suthern. by sample, 80a97; Southern on grsde.
lltltN nun: spot oraitract. 78. Receipta. 4.SJ7
bushels: espnrts. 1J0O raiahels.
OATS-nrmer. No. 2 white. 674: sales, standard
white. 674: No. 3 white. 664a57.
RYE-Qulet. Receipts. 4M bushela
IIAV-Euler. Na 1 timothy. 25 60x20 0): No. 1
clorer mixed. 210a2100. Grsis frelghta Quiet: steam
to Lirerpnol per bushel unchanged. Cork for orders
per quarter unchangrd.
Quotations forabhed by W. B. Hlbbs A Co.,
members of Chicago Board of Trade, nibhs Building.
Chicago. Jnly 21. Wheel. 1 to 14 lower en hearr
elllrg: market erratic July, 971a: September, 93:
December, 90; May, 914.
Crm dull, unchsnged to H lower, in sympathy
with wheat. July, 714: September. 6641664; Decem
ber, Ksaeii: iiay. U'taH.
OaU W lower to 4 higher; efferlngs light. .July.
t?i; epiemocr, j; rcemncr, i1: .May, 3714.
New York. Julv !t. L,I.FEE Weak:
business Inactive. Spring r-an. 24 ":
standard middlings. 2&CU: W estcrn red
dop. 33.1); winter wheat bran. In lWMb.
sacks, to arrive, 25.75; city bran. In bulk.
FLOUR Weak; moderate trade. Kan
sas straights. 4.S0a50. In sacks: spring
patents. 5.90n5.o. In barrels; spring clears,
4.ia5.W; soft wheat straights. 4.ii');
new Kansas straights, to arrive. 4.5fta4.t"iO.
RYB FLOUK Flat: dealings are quiet.
i-noice Dranas. 4 ota4.'.i.
CORNXIKAISteady: dealings tnactiv,
Klin dried for export, 4.0Ca4 K; coarse
meal. In bags. l.boal.SS.
HAY Receipts. 1.0SI tons; steady: trade
ngnt. fnme timotny, i.s. o. 1, us
L35: No. I. l.lSal.31; No. 3, Wal.nOi
STRAV Recelrts. nine; strong; busl
ness oulet. Ixing rvc. 5"a.s3.
nKEF Steady; Inqulrj' light, racket.
lS.Wal7.fO: family. l'i.Cf-als.rA
UUD-I'nsettled: Inquiry light. Prime
"estcrn. 10.. 0; renned continent, law:
houtn American. 11., 0. refined Ftrnzlllan,
In kegs. 12.70; oleostcarlne. 12H; lard stear
lne slow: New York. 12'4al2..
COFFEE The coffee market showed a
distinctly steadier tone to-day. At the
opening sentiment seemed to be more
or less unsettled, and this found an Im
pression In some little Irregularity, as first
prices were 2 points higher to 2 points low
er. But In spite of a midday reaction at
Havre tne aemana nere was quicKiy seen
to be rather nviro active than earlier In
the week, and prices rallied shortly after
the calL Havre, Influenced hy th firm
ness here, rallied also, and the local mar
ket during the afternoon ruled about 7 to
10 points net higher
WHEAT- Open. High. Low. dose.
September ... 934 91 924 93
December. ... 0S4 90S 9r4 954
September............. 654 6S4 654 4
December 674 67" 564 674
beptember 34 314 334 344
DeoembcT 33 304 314 354
September. ....... 1T.77 17.77 17.65 17.77
Septcmber. 10.82 10.63 10.63 10.63
Septcmber. 10.47 10.32 10.17 10.53
NEW YORK MONEY.
New York. July 21. Money on call at
tho Stock Exchange to-day opened at 2T
per cent; highest. 2T4; lowest. :; closing.
2. Most of the day a loons were made at
2J per cent.
Time money was In fair demand for five
and six months at the bid prices, while
the shorter maturities wern morn r1eslrcl
by the lenders. Rates were rather firmly
neia. &nu uuaincss as a consequence was
not active, Ratee).3UsJH per cent for
sixty days: 3H3i for ninety days. 4a4V4 for
four and Ave months, and 4UatVi for six
Mercantile paper was offered In fair
amounts by brokers, meeting with only
a moderate demand. Rates, 4Ho4i per
cent for sixty and ninety days' bills re
ceivable, and choice four to six months'
tingle names, and 5a5t(j for others.
interior money wea uncnanra.
BalUmore. M.L. Jule 24 -M!Lt.FKED-Spnr.g
tran. in lOOih. sack.. r-r ton. 25SCa2FO); flour to
wnite middlings, in i'imu. sera. ?".-vt??: Western
middlings, in lfO-lb. sacks, per ton. 2?.5fttZ.00; City
31111s middlings, in ICO-IJv. sacks, per ton. 3 50a21 CI).
Oly MlUs middlings, white. In 10O-Ih eacks. ton.
35t0iM.no; City Mills bran. In 200-lb. sacks, t ton.
STRAW So. 1 rrralght rr. 17.lf: Na 2 etnlght
rye atraw, KCAafcJO; No. 1 targled rTe straw, 13 00a
13.50; No. 2 targled rye straw. 110011150: No.
whest straw, lOLSfwll.ft); wheat ttraw, Na 2, 9.00a
10.00; Na 1 oat straw, lLOOalLOO; Na 2 oat atraw.
rOTATOES-New. Terk Rlrer. ner bbL. Na 1
125al35: da per bhl.. No. " LOOalii: do. Norfolk.
per bbl.. No. 1, 15al40; do, Rappahannor, per
bbL. Na L 110al25; do. rr bbl.. seconds, LOO
aia; rasiem tnore. per DDL, a 1, laiso;
sweets, ner North Carolina, per bW., I OOit.50;
yama. new. North Carolina, per bbl.. 3 00a3 23.
BUTTER-Creamery. fmcy. per lb, 274: da.
choice, lb., 26a27; da. good, per n . 31i3; da.
prints, lb., 2Sa30; do., blocks. 27a20; ladles, per lb..
: Maryland and Ynnsylvania rrU.. lb.. 10a2D:
Ohio rolls, lb.. U; West Virginia rolls. rr IK. 19;
store packed, lb, 10; Maryland, Virginia, and renn
sylranla dairy prints, ptr lb, 19; irocess buuex,
EOG8 Maryland. recnsylTania, and near-by flrsta.
loss off, ln; West Virginia. lSaO: Western firsts,
loss off. I!al9e: Southern firsts, loss off. 17al.
GREEN COFFEE The market to-diy was steady.
No. f spot (Rio grsde). UK.
BOASTED COFFEE The msrket wis steady.
EUROPEAN WHEAT CROP SMALL.
' 4 UNDER U. S. GOVERNMENT CONTROL.
We Are Confident
E. S. Parker President
S. W. Woodward V. Pres.
Wm. H. Lynn 2d V. Pres.
C. L. Bowman Cashier
W. Reginald Lewis,
H. B. Denham,
V. J. Kvans.
Max Fischer, .
Samuel M. Jarvls,
Wilton J. Lambert,
A. E. 1. Lcckle.
W. II. Lynn.
Frank P. Mllburn.
R. L. Montague.
E. S. Parker.
Joseph E. Ralph.
A. K. Randle.
F. L. Slddons,
M. A. Winter.
S. W. Woodward.
that YOU, as a hnsiness
man, will appreciate the
excellence of the service
rendered by THIS hank.
We offer you the ad
vantages of sound poli
cies, convenient loca
tion, complete modern
equipment, and a direc
torate composed of suc
cessful and progressive
local business men.
We ask the privilege
of handling your busi
ness account and assure
you of every permissible
3 Compound Interest on Savings
Safe Deposit Boxes Rented $3 year upward.
Union Savings Bank
710 14th Street N. W.
Regular banking- hours. 9 a. m. to 3 p. m.: Saturdays, 3 a. m. to II m.
and trom 6 to s p. m. ror uLriwiiii v......
Open on 1st. Id. 3d. 16th. and 17th until 5 p. m.
for DEPOSITS ONI.T.
RAISED CHECK TO
Well Known Wilkesbarre Pole Is
Sought by Washington
HAS MANY FRIENDS HERE
Accused of robbing his countrymen hy
raisins a check from 15 to JSIO. W. G.
Sahava. al.as Wad.slaw O. San-a. for
mer secretary of tho Wilkesbarre. Pa
branch of the PollJh National Alliance,
a delegate to all conventions of the or
ganizations for the last fifteen yelrs.
and well known to Poles In the National
Capital and throughout this country and
Canada. Is belnc sought by Washington
detectives on a chare of forgery.
It is cha-ued that Sahava wrote a
check for IS in h s favor and had it
properly countersisned by officers of the
Polish educational committee of Wilkes
barre. of which ho was secretary. It is
aliened that he so skillfully raised tho
check to JM that he had no difficulty
In cashlnK the paper at tho Second Na--Mm
nautr- of wiSkltTe. He then
As proprietor of a hotel, banking and
ticket asency. Sahava is known to Poles
in every part of the Continent, but
The Safest Investments
Ate those thtt da Dot factual dartc 1V
tarbed cocdltlans of the mooer Mock nu
scls. Flnt deed of trust notes (jt mort
Piet), well secured on ml estate la the Dl
tnct of Columbia, constitute ailt-djie to
TotafTitA. They do not dcrfid cpoo tiu
financial mpmiaibiTltr of individual or cor
pcratioos for thrir vtability. and af9 extmpc
from taxation mm rmocal rrcirty. We caa
mjTTT snch Intettmenta in amounta from fSM
HE ward. Send for booklet. "Coocet&1e Loan
Swartzell, Rheem O
727 ICtb. Street Sorlhneat.
MONET FOP. SALARIED PEOPLE
and others upon their own names:
cheap rates, easy payments, confidential.
D. H. TOL.MAN. room S"6. 533 15th St nw.
RELIEF FOR WIDOW
OF OLD COACHMAN
Senate Appropriates 350 to Mrs.
Margaret McQuade, Whose Hus
tand Was Killed in Runaway.
The Senate yesterday passed a bill ap
propriating JvO for the relief of Marca-
,14.C(1.. ,-n. .. , ,,... ... - ,...,. .,
best known throuth his Ions affiliation '" -""-viuaue. '" "
with the Polish National Alliance, ofluaae. wno was tor more man iu.w
which the Wilkesbarre Polish Educational 'years coachman for the Secretary of
Committee is a branch. As Sahava has War. and lost his life In a runaway
many friends In Washington, Chief of while drivlnR the carriase of Jacob M.
Police E. S. Zoeller. of Vt llkesbarre. has . Dickinson. Secretarj- of War. In the
Department of Atrrlrultare Itecetves
Rstlmntes front Alironil.
A cablegram, dated July 2, 1312. from
tho International Institute of Agricul
ture. Rome, Italy, has been received by
the United States Department of Agri
culture, giving; tho following information:
For Hungary Including Croatia and
Slavonla) the production of wheat Is
estimated at 187.Kl.0Oo bushels: rye. 59,-
WO bushels; barley. 70,399,000 bushels. For
Hungary (not Including Croatia and Sla
vonla), oats, S0.615.0M bushels. For Italy,
production of wheat 174.K3.000 bushels:
oats S1,6D3,000 bushels. For Belgium, pro
duction of oats. 44.O0S.000 bushels.
For Lower Egypt the condition of cot
ton ts estimated to be 116 per cent of an
average condition, and for Upper Egypt
For the group of countries dealt with
In the July, bulletin of the Institute tho
total wheat production this year Is esti
mated to be 96.J per cent of the quan
tity produced last year, which was L
77.Si0W bushels, ,. ,
requested the authorities her to make
ever) effort to capture the fugitive,
llmcrlptiiin of Miluisu.
Sahava is a Pole, forty-live years of
age. five feet :l: inches In height, about
175 pounds in weight, and stout. He has
thick blonde hair, a thick light mustache,
light complexion, and blue eyes. He
usually wears a light gray sack suit.
with a short coat, black s-hoes, and a
soft or straw- hat. No trace of Hahava
has been found In this city, but detect
ives say be will be found if he Is hiding
M.ij. Sylvester yesterday was notified
that a reward of $LV has been offered
for tho arrest of Howard Ghasklns, col
ored, held by a coroner's Jury for the
murder of his wife. Janle Ohaskins, col
ored, in Vienna. Va.. recently.
Hoys walking through woods found the
body of the woman dangling by a rope
from a tree, and a search for her hus
band showed he had fled. The lioard of
supervisors of Fairfax County has of
fered a reward of Slf fnr his capture.
Tho mayor of Vienna has authorlied
another reward of Jo0. half of which Is
to be paid bv the town and half by Silas
Dorgas. colored, father of the slain
Howard Ghasklns has ;uch an unusual
appearance that the authorities believe
night will soon be terminated. Al
though colored, the fugitive has light
hair and n light mustache. He Is al
most white In color. Ohaskins Is about
twenty-eight years old, rive feet Ave
Inches in height, and M0 pounds In
eight. He stammers slightly and has
a gold filling In an upper front tooth.
"Want to See Police T.ettcn.
In seeking to compel the District Com
missioners to allow Attorney Charles H.
Turner to Inspect certain letters on file
In tho Police Department. Jeremiah
O'Connor, a saloonkeeper at 113 Four-and-a-half
Street Northwest, yesterday
applied for a mandamus against the
Cbmmlssloners. He alleges he requested
through Attorney Turner leave of the
Commissioners, but was refused. O'Con
nor expresses the fear that tho letters
contain reflections on the conduct of his
business, and might affect him when ha
applies for a renewal of his liquor license.
early part of President Taft's adminis
tration. Mrs. McQuade has two sons now living
In the city. Sergeant J. D. McQuade. of
the Police Department, who is on duty
at the White House, and John McQuade,
who made a local reputation as an ath
lete at Georgetown University.
Patrick J. McQuade was fer many
years a well-known character in Wash
ington. He first became coachman for
the Secretary of War under Edwin M.
Stanton, and continued to serve all his
successors. H thus became well known
to Secretary Taft. and when he lest his
life trying to protect the women and
children who were in the carriage he
was driving. President Taft Joined other
high officers of the government in at
tending tho funeral and paying silent
tribute to the memory of the humble but
POLICE DIRECTOR SUSPENDED.
Sultan Tafcrs Action After Probe of
Constantinople. July H. Investigation
of a plot to kill the Sultan resulted to
day In the suspension of the director of
police and commandant of the gendarm
erie. They will bo tried on charges of
treason and conspiracy. Officers from the
Sultan's palace guard have been appoint
ed to succeed them.
The council of ministers has ordered
the suspension of military operations
against the Albanian rebels. Amnesty
will be granted the Insurgents if they
lay down their arms.
CONTAINS NO QUININE.
Caandijk, Carrying Consignment of
Slag Brick, One of Largest Ever
Seen on Upper Potomac.
Loaded with an immense carg- of slag
brck, consigned to the Cranford Paving
Company, the Caandijk. a gigantic tramp
steamer, hall.ng from Southeast Eng
land, felf her way slowly and quietly up
the Potnma? last night In the rain Just
before dusk and docked at fie wharf at
the foot of Ninth Street.
The vessel Is the largest that has come
up tho plicld Potomac for many years.
Old rlvermen were puzzled over the ap
pearance of the huge dark hulk on the
waters, and by the time the steamer
neared the wharves the entire river front
was astir. Few could remember ever
before having seen so large a vessel at
The steamer docked at the wharf ad
Joining that of the American Ice Com
pany. It was shortly before 7 o'clock
that she came up the river, and by the
time she was safely at rest for the
night the shadows wero deep over the
waters. It Is a typical tramp steamer.
By the flickering lights, scattered here
and there over the ship, the crew could
be seen moving about, but not one of
the hands came ashore.
The vessel will be Inspected this
morning and then. If all Is right, the
crew will be permitted to land. The
vzessel is Dutch and comes originally
from Rotterdam, although the cargo
which It contains Is from England.
The ship has aboard ffio.Cio slag bricks.
to be used by the Cranford Paving Com
pany In connection with Its local work.
The supply la brought from the cliffs of
Southeast England, the only spot on the
globe where this particular kind of brick
The Cranford Company orders a con
signment of the bricks each year. The
cargo this year Is the largest ever
brought to the city. The visit of the
tramp steamer last year attracted much
attention, and the- vessel was consid
ered one of the largest that had been
up the Potomac In many years. The
Caandijk. however. Is much larger than
the ship which visited the city last year.
Funeral of 3Ir. O'Neill.
Mrs. Annie E. O'Neill, seventy years
old. who died Monday at her home, 517
Sixth Street Northwest, will be burled
this morning In Mount Olivet Cemetery.
The services will be held at lack la
St. Patrlcka Churci.
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