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C. 7. PLAITS AlTOTHEl SDUBIBE
New York. Oct 7. Stock were not ma
terially changed In price to-day. although
considerable Irregularity developed aa a
result of the disappointing bank state
ments of Saturday, and continued fever
Ishness In Europe. London was steady,
.but Berlin. Paris and Vienna were still
uneasy oyer the Balkan situation. Cali
fornia Pete, which, entered the- Stock Ex
change like a rowdy on Saturday, when
with a wild fling from to 72, got an
invitation to take off his pistol 'and sit
down.' which 'he did at SSi. The 'Stock
Exchange governors are in no humor to
tolerate funny business In Wall Street
lust now. when a great bull market la
beginning to develop, and the petroleum
incident was most unfortunate., regard
less of whether the stock is worth the
money or not. Good authorities , say the
stock has not sold above Its value, but
some of Its best friends regret the bad
manners displayed on Its introduction
tn thft excharnre.
There is a strong feeling In favor of
listing United Cigar Stores stock and the
stock, of Daniel O. Reid's new tobacco
company. Objection is made that this
would force official publication oi earn
ings, which are said to be so large that
insiders would rather take the chances
of finding a market on the curb for a
while rather than make announcement
of earnings. i
Itlll Skarea SlroasJ.
The Hill shares displayed strength
throughout the session. There is general
expectation of some extra dividend for
Northern Pacific to be paid out or tne
surplus of the Burlington, which Is be
coming uncomfortably large. The fact
that St. Paul tracks parallel the Northern
Pacific for 00 miles takes away some of
the Investment value of Northern Pa
ciflc. but the remarkable prosperity of
the Burlington counteracts this. Strength
of Great Northern is, of course, due to
the tremendous crops of the Northwest.
Canadian Pacific Is planning .another
pleasant surprise for its shareholders. It
has just announced the Issue of J60.000.COO
of new stock at 175, and has already be
gun preparations for Issuing anotbear
JOO.COO.OOO par, perhaps at the same figure
Buying of Steel by Morgan people Was
In evidence, again, along with reports of
blg orders being taken by the United
States Steel Corporation. The Standard
Oil people wer also confident purchasers
of Amalgamated Copper and St Paul.
Wheeling and Lake Erie stocks were
steady, and this gave rise to a recur
rence of the rumors that the plan of reor
ganization would be announced In a few
days. All the Gould stocks are receiving
more friendly treatment by Wall Street
recently, on the theory that.there is only
one direction in which they can develop.
D. 8. con. 2, ret. 1 WIS
D. S. eon. 3a, coupon. 1930 M1H
C B. 3. neutered. 1SX IS.. lOTi
V. B X cuwon. 1KS-U ........ 1K-4
D. 8. it. Kgnterrd. us. USk
V. 8. to, coupon. 1X3 1EK
Pjuuuna Canal 10-3.ear 2i. rrc. 1936 ... 101
puuuu Canal 10-3D.;ear &. ret. 1338 ... 101
Panama Canal 3s, regv, 1961 10IK
Tanama Canal 3. coupon. t9SL....... 101
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aUtasun at-Otda eaas.... aW MM
BnMfcba toU TnasH..: l JW M
Cm latii racMe... sTT STK m Bl
rbiasurti A'OtuVi. S K M
Cnfcaso Gnat Wsat. am, IT IK 17 - U
CkL. MIL St. P. cob.. 1U4 Ut IIS ,1U
Chicago S. W. eaav... lO IB 1st Its
En onaa mi 3TH St sfi,
Kris 1st nfd... ... M H M M
Gnat Xonhara pfd lsni ltTH 1M MHi
rmaob Oatral-... I U D l
IniecOfctmp, coal., ... SX XUi n B
Iater.-Mftrap, !........ M m ni
Karaai Citr South, on.. i S SK 3M
Lrtu Vallrr. lTOi ITM 17M IW
Ma. Kana. T can... 1 H W
Jt; 8. P. & 8. 8. M. eon. 1 MK IWi lk
Miaaouri Paculc.. 5 45
K. T. Cent. Bod. B.. lmi 117 1K14 117
K. T.. Ont. A Wot. 3C X SK Jtt
Kotfolk Weatara. HOT. Wl 1M 1M
Northern Paculc. 13 UN 19 1
Pennajlianla 121 U4 12 ta
Plfia, Cin.. Chi Bt. U 10W 109 110 1
Beadinc eoo.... E I 1T 174
Boek Iiland om ,S Jt
Bock latend ntd St W ti M
St. U 8. -Fran. 31 pfd. 37 37- 37 -37
Southern Padse com-... lLJli 113 ltri. 117
Southern " Railwaj com.... 31 31 31 31
Soulhcrn IU11.it pfa.... t3 83 S3 13
Tela. Paciac. .'.. S
Thud Atcmie......w....... 3S
ToL. RU U WeaC asm. 1
ToL. 6t- L. Wot. pfd. 31i
union racme coai....... uiia
HEW YOBX M0HEY.
New York, Oct. 7. Call money opened. 5: bifiB.
5: low. 4; iraevals. S: close, 4; ruling ralea, 5.
The time moner market ahowed a slightly firmer
tono at the opening at m raralt of Saturday'-s bank
atatement. Business was qmet, and wfaateier offer
ing there wen came from out of town. Bates
an Via for sixty and ninety days and four and
fire im-ntV. Box months' ftmds are quoted at 5a
t prr cent.
Sentiment in the commercial paper market is
somewhat mixed, but the ea-der tone that appeared
on the surface last week seems to hare disappeared.
and the rate for the be names remains at ( per
cent. The market is rery dull locaur.
London discounts. 3 per cent, up 1 K; Pans dis
counts, 3 per cent, unchanged; Berlin discounts.
3 per cent, unchanged.
BALTIMORE GRAm MARKET.
Baltimore. Md.. Oct. "7 -WHEAT-Stock in ele?
Tatora. 996,788 bushels; shipments from elerstors,
15275 bnsheli. There was good demand in eri
denoa for .prime qualltiea of Southern wheat to
day, but the smallnesa of reeeipta checked actire
trading. Foreign markets were lower. Contract
to-day at the opening was easier, with October No
3 red 98 Snot No. X red wheat early was 98
ad No. : red Western, t.00. while Norember No.
2 red was LO0 nominsl and December No. 2 red
1.02 nominal. January opened at 1 04 nominal.
The market at the 12-4S call was steady, with
October N'o. 2 red 98. Spot No. 2 red was 98
and No. 2 red Western 1.00, while November No.
2 red later was LOKt and December No. 2 red
L9SV January brought 1.04 and N'o. 3 red 98.
whDe steamer No. 2 red waa 93. Bale of a car,
No. 2 red, snot, at MV Settling pricea officially
pasted were: No. 2 red, 98; Na 2 red Western,
lest; Na 3 red, 96; steamer No. 2 red. 93.
COBN'-Stock in eleraton, 89.9H busheU; ship-
iii. nta frnni rln.tnn. 4.194 hnshels. Th market
for Sonthern com la quit in absence of reeeipta. 1
Quota: Track yeuoar conm for atanestic delirery,
at 77 per bushel for carlota on apot. There is
rally a fair demand preralllng for cob com. and
tha market Is quiet on a basis of 4.30atS per
barrel for prime old yellow near-by track. Can
tract to-day at the opening waa steady, with spot
mixed corn 75 nominal. Tear com early was 61
rtonrlnal and January 85 nominal. The market
at the 12 15 call waa quiet, with apot mixed oar
74. Tear-corn was 88 and January B. Settling
price officially posted: Contract. 74.
OATS tockln eleraton. 1X5,707 bushels; shin
mcnti from eJerators, 211.747 buihels. N'o 2 white,
new, ll; standard, new, 38a3B; N'o. 3 white, new,
3438; No. 4 wine. 33.
BTE-8tock in eleraton. UJtO bnsheb: ahip
menta from elerators. l.t7S busbela. Bag lote.
near by, aa to quality, 8Sa80; o. 2 Western, do
mestie. 7477: N"a 2. near-by, carlota, 7878.
The percentage of urban population in England
and Wale has fjKrasaed, and that of rural dwell
ers decreased erery time a census baa beea taken
in the last half uauUirj. i
Wabash com S
West. Maryland By. era. 87
Amalgamated Copper ..... 99
Am. Agri. Caem. "eon..... 99
Am. Beet Sugar aeora.... 73
Am. Can com. 44
Am. Car at Foundry cobl. (2U
Am. Cotton Oil com. 98
Am.' LaeornotiTe cam....... 44
Am. Smelt. A Bef. com.. 88
Am. Td t Tel 141
Anaconda Copper ......... n4T
Central Leather com 31
Chlno Copper 43 4
Cola Fuel A Iron com.... 42
Consolidated Gas. X. T. 148
Com Prodncta Bet. com... 15
DisUners' SeniriUel ....... 31
General Electric 183
CoMfleld .Consolidated .... 2
Great Northern Ore.- 50
Inter. Harreatrr com....... 124
Ladrdo GatUgbt com - 108
Miami Copper 29
National Bhcnlt com 137
National Lead com. 25
Proplea Gas of Chicago... 117
Pressed Steel Car com ... 39
Bay Con. Copprr.. 23
Brpuhlic Iron A Steel com 33
BepuMie Iron A Steel pfd 98
Tennessee Copper 45
V. 8. Bubbtx com.... 54 a
U. 8 Steel com............ 79
C8. Steel pfd. 5.. 115
Ltah Copper - 85
Vs. Iron, Coal A Coke.... 6SS
Western Union Tat IP
WtlMrose CAM. com-. 84
Atch. crt. 4s. M6
B. A O. gen. 4s SPs
C B A Q Joint 4a....... 95
Chi. B. I. A Pac. ts (5
Inter. Metro. 4a . 81H
Penna. crt. 3. 1915 96
V. 8. Steel 21 5s. 107
23 22 22
34 33 .. J
98 . 98 98
45 41 45
5t 51 51
7 78 78
lit 115S 1UH
88 44 (4
88 a 68
81 81 81
WASHINGTON STOCK MARKET.
Sales regular call. 12 o'clock no.
Washington Bailwar A Electric ta. 9509 at 84.
Potomac Electric 5a. 81.000 at 187.
Capital Traction 4a. at 124.
Washington Ksilwty and Electric Company, 8789
Washington Railway and Electric preferred, 1 at
91. 19 at 91. ,
Washington Gas. 10 at 87. 3 at ST. s at w.
25 at 87. 25 at 87. 25 at 87. 25 at 87
After eaU-Totomae Electric M. B.an at in?
Washinaton Gaa Sa. 8L800 at 110
Washington Railway and Electric preferred. 100
Capital Traction. 25 at 154. S at 123.
Georgetown Gaa errt. lad. 5. 1S5 .....
Georgetown Gaa 5a. ... 105 119
Washington Gaa 5. 110 110
Capital Traction 5a. 110 HI
AnacoHtia A Potomae 5s 99
Anaeostia A Potomac 5s. guaranteed... 100
City A Suburban 5a. 103
Columbia 5a. .............. SSI ...-
Colombia Gs 10Q .....
Metropolitan 5a.. 107 110
Washington Bailway A Etectrio 4s ST4 84
Washington. Alex. A Mount Vernon 5a Tt r.
Potomac Hectrie eons. Sa.. 101 103
Potomac Electric Light 5s M7 107
Chesapeake A Potomae Telephone Bs..H 103 1CS
American Tel. A TeL 4s. 114 .....
D. C Paper Ifg. 5a I .....
Norfolk A Washington Steamboat 5s ... 104
Buss Bealty Sa (loot)... KB 104
Biggs Realty Ss (shorti 101 103
PUBLIC DTILtTZ STOCKS.
Capital Traction 12S 154
Waalungton Bailway A Electric com.... 90 9X
Washington Railway A Electric pfd.... 90S 914
Washington-Mrglni Railway com 47
Washington Virginia Railway pfd 75
Norfolk A Washington Steamboat 205 3B9
Washington Gaa 85 87
Georgetown Gas 119 160
Eastern Light A mel 122 .....
American TeL A Tel 113
TXPE MACHINE STOCKS.
Mergenthaler Linotype 225 226
Lanstou Monotype 91 Xi'i
Greene Canane 10 .....
NaTIONAIi BANK STOCKS.
American . - 172 779
Capital .... 261
Colnmbi . 550 .....
Commercial 208 215
Farmer A Mechanic. 260 273
District 140 .....'
Lincoln ..................................... 150 .....
Metropolitan .... 3B'i 206
Bins 580 id
Second National Bank 160 168
National Bank of Washington 250 270
TBCST COMPACT STOCKS.
American Security A Trust. 299 301
National Baring A Trust 29)
Union Trust 138 139
Washington boan A Trust. 230 230
United States Trust. iu in
SAVINGS BANK STOCKS.
Home ............................ ........... 3B5 ,....
Union 2(8 .....
Bank of Cuuuimte A Mnns............ nuj n
East Washington 15 .....
F1BK INSU8ANCX BTOCKA
Arlington ......... It 15
Corcoran .................., 80 .....
Firemen a, ...........................M... 19 s
German American ...... 360 .....
National Coloa .......m..............m 7 .....
Fotomac .............................. 39 .....
TITLE INSUBANOS BTOCKB.
Colnmbi 5 ...
Beal Estate K .....
Chapin-Sack ...188 599
D. C. Paper Mfg. Co.................. S3 ...M
Graphopbone com. . 49 46
Grarbopnone pfd .a- sa
Mercnanto' Tranafer A Storage..-.-...-. 105 135
Security Storage ...214 25
Washington uaraet. ira .....
'J S&'.if I &P ''"
Business c.ts.;Waaw)8gkm FJtoek Ex
cbsgs yetitairslay sras silghUy above the
average ta volasas, aBaforoaght out soma
amurrtteataat have not bean acttye re
ceatiy. 8aB trades la bonds were re
corded on eaU.and after call, being Um
lted to single certificates, with little
change la prices.
Oes 'Stock waa the feature of the day.
several quotation. lots being offered, and
takes at. 17, which was about half a
point better than recent sales. Capital
Traction sold at lMtf for a small lot aad
124 for a quotation lot. One hundred
shares of "Railway common sold at SOV
and after call an equal amount of pre
ferred at XHi. These priceswere some
what lower than sales recently- made.
ItefcwIUIeser the Shorefcaaa.
Work on the Interior of the Shoreham,
getting It ready for the reopening under
new management about December 1. Is
now well under way. and la being pushed
by the contractors. It is understood that
tha improvements will 'cost about SIHOOO.
The hotel, when opened will be under
uie manasezacni ut w. n. uw i
having taken a lease of the property
from J. Maury Dove, the new owner.
Ezceaslve Loaae' Reaared.
On June 9) the Comptroller of the Cur
rency Issued a circular letter to all na
tional banks, advising them that the ex
cessive loans In the banks must be re
duced to the legal limit, and that the law
must be observed on and after; Septem
ber 3. 1S12. On September 4 a call for re'
Dorta of condition was Issued to the na
tional banks, and In the abstracting of
these figures particular attention has
been paid to the excessive loans then
held by the banks. These figures have
now been completed, and the percentage
of banks violating this law on that date
as shown by these reports are as fol
lows by geographical sections;
In.' the New England States: Maine.
New Hampshire. Vermont, Massachu
setts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, four
banks out or 461 have excessive loans, or
.87 of I per cent.
In the so-called Eastern States, com
prising New York. New Jersey, Pennsyl-
anla. Delaware. Maryland, and the Dis
trict of Columbia, In which there are
1.650 national banks, the total number
violating the law Is seventy-five, or .$
of 1 per cent.
In the Southern States: Virginia, West
Virginia, North Carolina, South Caro
lina. Georgia. Florida, Alabama. Missis
sippi, Louisiana. Texas, Arkansas, Ken
tucky, and Tennessee, In which States
there are 1.4S3 national banks. IS have
excessive loans, or .Ss of 1 per cent.
In the Middle States. Including Ohio.
Indiana, Illinois, Michigan. Wisconsin.
Minnesota. Iowa, and Missouri, out of a
total of 2.(80 national banks, ITS have ex
cessive loans, or .93 of 1 per cent
In the Western States, comprising
North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska,
Kansas. Montana. Wyoming. Colorado,
New Mexico, and Oklahoma, where there
are 1.757 national banks, 87 banks, or
069 of 1 per cent have excessive loans.
In the Pacific States. Including Wash
ington. Oregon. California. Idaho. Utah.
Nevada, Ariiona. and Alaska, also In
cluding Hawaii, out of 494 national banks
S3 hate excessive loans, or a total of 1.12
Of the total national banks In the
United States, amounting to 7,337, only
32s now have granted loans In violation
or the excessHe loan statute, the per
centage In the whole country being 0.71
of 1 per cent
It will thus be seen that a very large
reduction in the number of banks Violat
ing the law in this respect has been
made since June last, at which time the
percentage of banks wos LIS.
It Is noteworthy that the largest per
centage or violations is In the extreme
Northeast and the extreme West where
the violations or law In this respect ex
ceed, proportionately, those of the crop
moving sections In the South and Middle
West The fewest number of national
banks having excessive loans is shown
to be those of the Eastern States.
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Weather the Vara 'eJaaaw'sg-aassf
. Quotations furnished by W. B- Bibbs A Co.. mess
ier of the New York Block Ktelianta. Hibba Baud-
Intercontinental Rnbber. ITS
Kerr Lake 2
La Rose .. 24
Manhattan Transit....... IS
Mason Valley 12
British Cohunhia Copper...
Mines Co. of America...
NVrade-Utah M. A 8. Corp .
Mpissing Mine Co.
United Copper pfd
BOSTON COFFER STOCKS.
Qnotatione furnished by W. B. Bibbs A Co,
memhera of the New Tort 8tock Exchange, Bibbs
Calumet A Ariiona. 82
Calumet A Hecla 995
CcTPer Bang SO
East Butte ..:. - 15H
Franklin - 8
La Salle ' M.
Mason Valley. 124
Michigan .- 1,
North Butte SI
North Lake 34
Old Dominion 83
Quincy .'. 98
Shannon , 154
Trinity - 514
United Fruit 187
Ltah Consolidated - 12
oeea arcsfwav Tlary 'OawRwara tJH
Bsmsny a so eany mat-or taty,
asr the falsi bale
seeds bar been amply atcorea sad wtO pssttttetr
cost lata awjkt blear IrstssituT 1 'sett. The
coadoalona-aars baas I4wcaws7iwwtdawasdag the
fact that (he crop thfougbnwt ass base a low con
dition affair sad that it antf hat beta fatty
fruited, bat such la the effect of anoreaous le
eeJpta aodbe saodrrate aplaawm' awaaand that the
thW aignsasat Vaeoaarsry and biases aatceird
Tteday'a weather sp was abaoat perfect. Of
course, lower temprratan pnmllea. was few seapw
beUersd la the fuMQsaaot of lb Utt dutlintewt
ttu raon, sad tbara ts waowsh eottos fat tke
phmta now to realiss a Inrga crop niwiMng to
bearish opinion, sad am than uppiy mwpsetir
cneiawaii-tina of the American staptt foe the ssaasa.
There are these, howeser, whs contend that pre
mature derclopBHat nd fall fmltag ta Tax
and orer many aerea in tb cotton bait safe anaa
pleted the fruitage, or aeariy so. sad that the
rash of cotton to the oarket, which undoubtedly
lanalla. rrprrsenU for lb 8tte of Ten saach
asm than half of iU anal product. The ball
contention Is that when the Eastern belt ts reached
there will be a surprise-for Unas who expect large
crops, and certainly many reports from that ate
tioa seem to Justify this satidpation. 4
-Liirrpool future caased Quiet with a act loss
of from 94 to 19 point, Manchester nmted yard
steady; cfitha. fair tmataeaa doing. Sale of 8.4
balea of snot eottaa wet reported from Uaarpooi
at 19 pcinta decline to 8.38 ptae for middling.
Open. High. Low. Close.
December 19.95 M.9M 10.73. Mil
3Iarch ta.94 S196 10.79 10.79
My 1L83 1L0 Ji ' 10.91
July IL11 1LU' 19.98 J0.9I
New York spot, 1LM oS IS points; New Orlaaaa.
U M8 unchanged. 4
LOCAL P10DUCE MAXKET.
Quotatloas gtren below are tor larg Iota. Job
bera' price am bighar.
EUOS-Nesrby fresh rirginl, 2821: Wast Tir
gini and Southwest Virginia, Sts27; Tennessee,
BUTTER-Elgin fancy, per lb.. 33HaM: Western
firsts. 344314: seconds, 30431: store-packed. 302L
CIIEKHaV-hrw'Xork State factcry. sew. It
POULTRT-IIcns. per lb.. 15; roasters, per lb.. 3;
tnrkejv 18: chickens. 14; duck, per lb., ItaU.
DRESSED POULTRY-Hens. choice, prr lb.. 17
18; turkeys, per lb., 20; ducks. Us II; chickens.
GREEV FRCrr-Applei. bcw. per basket 25a30;
boa. 25.80; bbL, L50a3.25; oranges. California, box,
4Xa4 75: lemoua, box. T.OOUJO. gripefmlt. per
box. 5.0014.00: pineapTles, L7J-2J5: eanUloupea.
per crate. L0Ca2.2S; peaches, ;rr crate, LOSalOO.
grarea. Concord, per -Ih. basket. 811; Delaware.
7aM; NIsgara. Sail: Brighton, 4; Wordro, 8s 10;
damsans. prr lb.. 2a3
RAT AND STRAW-Hay. Western. No. I. 9.09
3059: Na 2. li.OHI0; mixed hay. I2.MsM.80; straw.
rre. nair, ajaijm. machloe thrash. 9.00.10 OS; straw,
wheat Per ton. 8.50a7.90: stnw. nst. nee ton ZS9.
VEGETABLES-PotatMS. new. No I, prr bosh.
eL T5sJ0; Na 2. prr bbL. LSJ; com. per dot.
10a: yama (Eastern Shore), per bbL. LOOaLS.
sweet potatoes, per bhL. L25aL59: onkma. ner
crate. 85a7S: per sack. L3: Spanish, per crate. L35;
cabbage, per H lbs.. 7585; eggplant, per dot.. 49
50: lettuce, per basket, 75a! 03; string beans, per
bbl, lOOaLSO; lima brans, per -at, ShS; srrussh,
per bbL, 75.1.00; beeta, per 100 bunches, LOU100;
tomatoes, per crate. 75aLS: enenmhers. rwr haafcet.
Lit E STOCK-Saeep. per lb , 2a3H; arcing lambe.
per lb.. 67: calres. choice, per lb.. 94: medium.
rcr lb, 34
WOOL AND HIDES-WooL washed, free of burr,
per lb.. 3355; wool, nnwashed. per lb.. 29; hides.
dry. per lb.. 15lll: salt hides, lb.. 13: clf.alna.
grrea. ech. 1.25.1:5.
GRMN-Wheat. per bnsbei. KtltC: com. shellnl.
par bushel. 90s92. ear, per bbL. 4 815 00: oats. old.
Western, white, Na 2, per bushcL 6248: miied,
per bushel. 8062; pew, Na 2. per bnsheL 4318.
mixed. 40.45: brsn. per ton. 250328.08: middling.
per ton. 28.003203.
HCEOS-Chrrer red. UBOaUt; dorer. alsikt.
12.5013:90: thnothr. z.Na2J8: bhw ansa. L592.00:
orchard grau, 175.109.
QnoUtions furnished by W. B. Hibba A Co.
members of the Chicago Board of Trade. Hibbs
Chicago, Oct 7. While wheat Is coming out in' New York Ballwaye aL 5i...
ffiitwi eHaWTrut dnrfuy W Ott-
" ' ewhrillim:ii9iT'v
The United States Trust Company has
commenced the construction of a three
story banking and "apartment building ott
its lot at the corner of Connecticut and
Massachusetts avenue. Immediately op
posite tne Kdson Bradley home.
In order to conform to the general
style of architecture In that section tha
building will be' semi-colonial In style,
three stories high, and about seventy
five feet front on Connecticut avenue.
The basement will be used for safety
deposit boxes and a large number of
large vaults and fireproof boxes will be
erected for the storing of silver and
other large valuables that the people of
the northwest section may desire to
have cared for during the summer
months or at other times.
The building will be of gray brick with
stone trimmings and trie Investment will
be about 1150,000, Including land and
building. When completed the present
Connecticut Avenue branch of the
United States Trust Company will be
HEW YORK PRODUCE.
New York, Oct 7.-M1LL FEBD-Eaaier. moder
ate business. Spring bran, 2XHa2U3; standard mid
dling, 24.Oa3.3S; Wntrrn red-dog. 3123; winter
wheat bran, la 100-pound sacks, ta arrtrr, !.;
dty bran, in bnlk, 2123.
RYE Irregular; trad Is lifeless. Western to
arrir Is tallied at about 72, c. L L. track, and
SUIe at about 714.
FLOUtt Steady: moderate businw. New Kan
sas straight. 4JO4.40. in sacks; spring pstents,
4 in. V 38. in barrels: new, to srriTC, 188.8.131.52; airing
clears, new, 4.505.63; new soft straights, to arrtrr,
4.8M.U. in barrela.
RYE FLOUR-Steady: Inquiry moderate. Choice
brand qnoted at 3JCLU far new,
CORNMEAL-tuict. oiling to scarcity. Kiln-drtrd
for export, 4.20a4 25; coarse mesl. In baga, L8ULC3.
ItAY-Receipta, 747 tons: flat: inquiry moderate,
l-rlm timothy. L20; Na 1. LlOaLU; Na 2, LOO
LtS: No. 3. 90B95.
STllAVi-ReiTiilx, 39 tons; steady, but dull;
quiet Long rye quoted at 9055.
IVRK-lnectlrr. but Ann. Meas. 19503000; fam
UEEF-Slow. u storks .re light I'scket. 17 50
16.09; family. IA5fial9.Cn.
LARD Steady: moderate dealings. Prim West
ern. 1230. refined Citinrnt. 1233; South American.
1195; refined Brazilian, in kegs. 1195: beef stearine,
134aU4: lard stearine. quirt; New York, 134.
COFFEE The run of todays coffee market waa
In faror of seller The initial prices were from
5 to 11 points better than they closed Saturday,
with very limited business around the opening, duw
chiefly to limited offerings. Aa the session ad
ranced, however, offerings wen more liberal, but
ther waa ready demand fur tha coffee, tht came
out, and pricea gained little and sold at an ad
lance 10 to 13 pointa from Saturday's flnala.
Then came a little reaction here and there, but
in the main the market held steady. Salea up to
138 o'clock totaled abunt 65 030 bags. This lndudrd
n exchnge of 2.C30 bags December tor 2.030 bags
September at 14 points.
The day' prices were as follows:
High. Low. Closing,
October 14.06 H.0J 14.05.14.10
December 1LM 111 I 1L13.1L14
January - lt.13.lUI
New lork. Oct 7. Closing qnotationa of mi-
V. did. 6VBrown Bros. A Co. ctfs 574
Armour A Co real estate 44s 904
A T H Vm rnnl k STK
Central Leather Ss 95-s
ChL. Burlington A Quincy Jrint t 954
Chi.. Jhl. A tit. I' 44s rents full id 10.4
Dcnrer A Klo Gnnde 5s
General Motor st. 6s
Insp. Con. Cop- 6i receipts 3d pd .
Inter -Metro 44l
Lckaanna Steel is 1950
Llggrt A M 7a.
Missouri Paemc cit ns...
large quantities in all positions sad the prospects
are for a further inrreaa in the asnrrment, stocks
are piling up slowly. There was an increase tn
the Tt-iNe supriy of only 1.993,009 bushels the
part week, crmpared with SB Inawftae of 4,900 600
tarticts-for the correspondltfg period a year ara
The total now tn tb Ttsiblo ia 32.6CWD bushels,
whk-h is 23000009 bushels rmsller than at this
time In 1911.
The ciearance of wheat and flour from the ar.
bord with the ftair lndudrd s wheat were enor-
moue to-day, at L217.00d bashela. The bull long,
howrrer. drew attention to thia heavy outward
mosemeot with cnostderabw assurance, and thia,
too, in the face of caah sains here to-day of only
25 000 000 bu-bel. There ia big open interest In
corn There was cansideratM talk to-iay ef re
newal of export demand for oat and 50.tD3.009
bushels sold to go Abroad. The cash demand, how
erer. was only moderate.
Wheat ruled unsettled, but dosed nnchanged to
4 higher. This market reacted late from the
bottom pricea on abort corertng. Com was H
to lc lower and oata were unchanged to 4a lower.
Cash sale were 90000 bushels corn and 380,009
bushels oat. Close:
Wheat-December. 914: May. 93: July. 33 to
Com December, 34: May, 52S: July, 82.
Osts-Decembar, 324: May. M4: July. 34.
WHEAT OrxointHighcstLoweit Closing.
December 91 914 904 911
Mir 984 954 954 95
, 534 SIS 524 534
874 524 524 52
January .10 22
PHONE M. 7189 TO HAVE YODR WINDOWS
cleaned. Acme Window Cleaning Co.. ta O aw.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Ninth Street Northeast, between B and C Ptrret-
Hennan R. Howenatein et nx. to niuism E.
snd Nita M. Johnson, lot 9t souare 939. 810.
Mount Ileasant and Pleasant Ilalns Harry Ward-
man et aL to William T. Fox, lot 96, square
Mount Pleasant Clarence B. Hight et nx. to Jo
seph K. Bury, lot 627. 319. Jo-efih E. Bury to
lnea T. Walden. same rmrcrty. $10.
433 New Jersey Atennc Sontbtast-Edwin C Din
widdle et nx. to Andrew Wilson na James tv
Schick, trustees, lot 48. sqosr (93. 819. .
32! Eighth Street Northeart-Mary L. Lee to John
D. Howard. lot K. aunare 9M. aa
Chery Chase Fred D. nieslcr to Carrie V. Brram.
part Tot 39. square 1S57, ss).
Highrlew Margaret B. Sexton ti Harry Wardman
and Thomaa P. Bones, lot 93, square east of
Le Droit rark-Katherlne T. Mattice et tir. Harold
A. to Joseph B. Bowling, lot 136. block 25, SO.
Barry Farm John W. Coatee to John C. Norwood,
lot 810. squsre 5873. 870.
I, Street Scutbwest, ietwetu Third aad Four-end-o-
half Btreeta-Harry A, Kite et at. Is Jefferson
and Alke Hnghei. lot 193. .square 544. 110
Dobbins' Addition Lewis E. Brenninger et nx. ta
Charles L. Wengrr. part lot 28. square 6. 819
ilia l'srk Heighta-CIars A. Mardm et sir. Edwin
It. to John F. Strobe!, lot 33, square 4234.
8238.73. Sam to Orris H. McBride, lot 38, square
New York Tdephoce 44 .
Oregon Short Line con. 5s
Pacific T. A T. 5
rennS)lTSni cost 4s 1948..........
rennajlranla 34. 1913
P. Lorillard 5a
Reading general 4
bt Louis bwn. con. is ................
Hcsbo.nl Air Line adj. 5
Seaboard Air Line 4a stamped... t.....
Southern I'arind rfg. it .)....,
Southern Railway 5
Snutliera Rsilwsy Is
Voutlicra Rwy 44s 5s Jlem. die ....
Third Ate. adi 5s .
tm.tm ahwi sstJiiii iiin.pur aso
L wwgseass ars aasa aaastsis 8Ba Ja
issaasraaav They tatejsassd-stjsa ss
aawataas. swaaasaasaatty at !fSmMmm
linrliil-lsr taast iliasWj. sad .ss mmm
Swwartztll. Rbeera d
- Hense C.
TST Mile Brrt Xaartkwawt.
I Of- Interest on flrst
? raortgag improved
real estate double
.value of loan. Title
guaranteed by a ti
tle guaranty company.
Loans IS0O and upward.
Run I to I years. Ap
praiser recommended by
national bank of high
standing. Why 'loan
your money at E per
oent when you can gst
7 per cent with as good
Apply to Elijah E. Knott,
Hoars 4M8 District Xattoaal
lwtW 43 Street Xortaiwest,
Waahlagt, D. C.
OLI POINT GOMFONT
OaxE SPORTSMAN'S PARADISE."
ROUND ,3a50 TRIP
FRIDAYS AXD S4.TURD1YS.
NORFOLK AMD WASHIXGTOX
City Ticket OtBre, Wefldrrard Bldg.
STEAMEl CIMLES MACALESTEI
For MOUNT VERNON
RNID TRIP 50c TO 6.TE
Leasing Setenth Street Wharf at 19 a. m. and 13)
p. m. dally xcept Sunday. Cafe on steamer. A
delightful outtng m the hiitcric nd beautiful I'o-tomac.
Cnion I'aciflc 1st 4s TO
Cnlon I'.oflc cit. i 1034
Lnlon Tsetse rfg. 4s 954
United States Hterl st. 5s. 162
iiginla Car 1st St 94
Wabash rfdg. 4s ti
Westinghoiue life. 5s. 944
Wisconsin Central 4s 92
Baltimore. Md.. Oct. ?-MILIj FEtTD-Spnng
bran. In lOMb sacks. er ton, 2tJ0. flour to wbit
middlings, in 100-Ib. aacka. 3lO3a33.60: Wes'em mid
dUnrt. In 10Mb. sacks, per ton. ZCtnTJO. City 3IilU
middlings. In lOO-lb. sscks. prr ton. 27 00a27.5. Lite
Mills bran, in 10Mb. sacks, ton. 3.50.36 50. City
Mills white middlings, m MO-lb sacks, per ton, 31
STRAW-N'o. I straight rte. 170Dal750. No 2
straight rye straw, l&OOa&SO; Na 1 tangled rye
straw. 1L00; No. 2 tangled rie straw, 3.061000. No
1 wheat straw. 7J0a8O3; wheat straw. N'o 2.
CJOX7.C0; No. 1 oat straw. 5CC10.00; Na 2 nst
HAY-N'a 1 timothy. 2L05; Na 2. ljra30M. Na
3. 15.031703; choice tight clorer miird. 17501800.
N'o. 1 mixed. 18JO1700. N'a 2 mixed. llOOaKOO: Na
I dorer. 72.50al3.99: da. No 2. II.OC.I20O: meadow
grass and very grassy hay. 10.00al2.00: no-crade hay.
aa to kind, quality, and condition, S-OCallOO; packing
hay and swsle grass. 9001100.
POTATOES-White. nearby prune, prr bus. box.
ESaO): da. Eastern Shore. Siaryland. jtt bus.. No.
I. 5080, da. Western Maryland and I'ennFylranla.
per bus.. Na 1. 55s6S; second., per bus., 40.15: do.
Jerseys, per bus., prime, 5565; sweets, new, N'orth
Carolina, per bbL, SCal 10; da. Eastern Hborc, per
bbL. L00SLI5. da. natire. per bhL. L25al 59.
BUTTER Creamery, fancy, per lb.. 31a32; da,
choice. 2970: da, good. 2728. do. prinu. lb., 3133.
da. blocks. 3Ca3; ladles. ir lb. 21a23; Maryland and
PcnnsylTania rolls, lb., 2Ja22, Ohio rolls, lb., 27a27:
Wrt Virgini 'oils, per lb.. 2021: store lacked,
lb.. 2&4a7J; Maryland, tlrcinia and IVrnsjlranla,
dairy prirta. per lb.. 2D,ia21; procesa butter. 2624.
EGGS Maryland. FmnsylTania. and nearby
flrsts, loss off, 28; West Virginia, 27a24: Western
nrsts. loss off. 28; Southern firsts, loss off. 26a27.
GREEN COFFEE The market to-day waa firm.
Na T trot (In grade), 15c
BOASTED COFFEE-The market was steady.
Quotations for 50-pourd or loo-pound bags:
Pure Jars..... - 32
Jata and Mocha Mend 314
Pore Mocha... . 30
Beater i 31
Oib.lt Lake 35
Cuniaga ........ 7.35
Crown Res .. 3.2
Great No.tbem 6
Not Scotia 1
Peterson L 0
Tcmhklsg ................ 27
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Pre. Lincoln. Oct. ltClnrland -.Oct. 19
Stint Cabin only.
fRitxTarlton a la I. rte Restaurant
aUMra,C8nllir.JUsierv latfts, 6mm
IS. 8. CLEVELAND Oct. IS. 11 A. M.
IS. S. CIri'VATI Nov. 2. 11 A. St.
4. H. MOl.TKE Nov. 13J. 11 A. SI.
. S. CI.SCISVTI Dec 10. 11 A. SI
S. S. HAMBURti Jan. 11. 11 A., M.
JUllt hare accomnUNlaticns for limited ntnrbcr of
passengers I MADURA. G1BKALTAR. sad
nm not call at MADEIRA
Will call at Algiers. -
HAMBURG-AMERICAN LINE. 45 Broadwsy.
K. T or K F. Droop & Sons Co.. 13th and O St.
nw.: Geo. W. Moss. ilT Ilia St.. Washington. D. U.
Ar EtJieatiiial Caaiaisi
Pure wheat and corn starch is
what wre use in our starching
Let us show )ou.
Dry Gleaners and Di'ers,
437 New York Ave.
We srrve Herald 8123,000 eomteat Tsytea.
Lowe Bros.' H. S. Paints
cover from SO to 100 more
square feet than the ordi
nary paint, and It lasts
from 2 to I years longer
therefore. It costs less. It
won't chalk or blister.
DE MAINE & CO.
Sill M St, U". W.
We Gtre Votes la The Berald'a IBS 099 Ccmww.
HITIU IP1ILSTEIIII CI.,
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Wt Gin otn in Tb Benld'a S3.00 CoctrC.
S. M. CARROLL 3304 6i.Ati
I Ladies' and Gent's Furnishings. .
ShM kit Open Sept. 31
Soutenirs given with each pair.
Get jour Tcte here in Herald J25.000 Contest.
F jou want bargains in Hard
ware of every description.
Don't fail to visit
Small's Hardwire Store, 713 7ti St. B.W.
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DO YOUR FEET ACHE?
The quickest, simplest, surest remedy is
Fifteen Cents a Box.
Wa Cite Votes In The Berald'a 823,00 Contest.
20 wafers Golden Rule Stomach
Wafers for acidity, flatulency.
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Practical courses' of two. tor, asat
four years, leading to standard dagrtssl
Facultr of 2S. of whom a ax Fedarsl
Judges or practicing lawvers.
The degree of Bacbelor-of-laws can b
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Classes limited to number permitting
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CalaoaaMaa Cadlege, A. B B. 8. In Chem.
Catlesm ( EagrlawertBa: aad Kewhaal
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DefuartaaCBt of Law, IVL. B, LL M,
M. P. U
Office: New Masonic Temple.
Hatloaal College of PaJtraaaeTs
808 I Street
Collegre of Vetertaary Medici .
D. V. M.
2113 14th Street
Ceneral Office: 2023 G Street
1T15-172S to ITS Coaaeetlevnt Ave.
College rrcparalorr. academic, collegiate, and
clectire courses. Fbnr jesra of high school erodr
for punls not going to rollrga. Srtea course
for students doing work of colics grade. Prepar
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FOR BOYS AID GntXS.
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Thirty-eighth Year Opens
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Blgnt aingllig. vtmutmpa Ato . .
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Washington School of AccNitiNy
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Mt. St. Alban
A rreraratorj School, offering erorprioBal sdsta.
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ccmreises college g,-austrj or recogusea sauirj.
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