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IN STOCK MARKET
laaosBceeit of Turkey'! Failure
to Ofctaia War Loan Caues
BTEEE OEDESS SHOW IVCXEA8E
New York. Oct. 10 Announcement that
the Turkish government had been unable
to obtain a war loan of .J50,000,COO
from J. P. Morgan & Co. and 'that
unfilled orders on the books of the
8teel Corporation had Increased during
the .month of September to 38SJ3Z tons
caused the stock markets of the whole
world to show a. stronger tone today.
In Wall Street many net gains were re
corded and several' new high records
were established. ' In London. American
stock were strong, although'. Balkans
were Inclined to slump again. Servian
bonds dropped eight points and British
consols were Heavy, but rates were
firmer and Americans stood high at the
end of the day. Even Berlin. Paris and
Vienna, were firm at the close.
The fact that Turkey had applied
to Morgan & Co. for KO.000,000 was
known to but few persons on Wed
nesday night. The announcement came
to the street as a genuine surprise and
It explains many peculiar features of
the market of the previous day. Turkey
needs money for peace as well as for
war, but while American bankers have
offered to supply any amount needed for
peace, there Is not a dollar on this side
of the Atlantic for warfare.
Should Turkey meet the conditions laid
down by Morgan & Co. and make peace
with Italy and end hostilities In the
Balkans, the 30.000,000 easily can be
Steel Orders Increase.
The steel orders were another genuine
surprise, for very few persons In the
street expected the increases to be more.
than 100,000 tons. When the tickers an.
nounced that the Increase was 3SS.1S2
tons, it was supposed that a mistake
had been made and the market baited
temporarily, waiting for a correction.
Howeer, when the figures were re
peated and shown to be correct there
Tjvas an immediate adance. Steel moved
up a point and American Can rose two
points, to the highest price on record.
Reading went to 177 3-4 which Is a
record for this movement, while Na
tional Enameling also made a record
on the advance. ,
Money went to 5 1-2 per cent for re
newals, but as the great export move
ment of American crops will furnish all
the money needed from now on, the rate
is not a matter of any Importance. In
fact. If money rates should rise, stocks
will advance even faster. A money
panic Is Impossible and nothing more
than fairly stiff rates need be expected
between now and the first of the year.
Westlnghouse and General Electric are
attracting attention because of their
large earnings. General Electric is ex
pected to show nearly 13 per cent earned
on its stock for the year of 1912, which
compares with the 14 per cent last year.
Westlnghouse will earn three times its
present dividend rate. An Increase of
the Westlnghouse dhldend must be ex
pected before long.
There has been some selling recently
oy tne small stockholders of Standard
OIL The old' stock, which was sold about
a month ago at 11,140. has been traded In
at Q.02S, and was offered today at S1.040.
This Is but a moderate reaction when It
.is remembered that within two jears the
stock has advanced from under S600.
It Is now reported that the Pennsjl
vanla Railroad Company will dispose of
Its Baltimore and Ohio stock, wishing
to get cash to use In the real estate
Improvements In and around the great
terminal on Thirty-fourth Street, New
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Atlantic Out Use.
WMw a oaks coas...
Brooklyn BaU Tttuatt..
.?..:ic in miv ul
nwmii owo......... ant e
Chiesn Dint WL m.. mt mi
O., M. a St. P. eoa.....2'U 113
CMetfO K. W. eua.. IB IBS
DmntJt Bis O. eon Sh Stt
Doner Rio O. jfd...... Ki 0K
we ram...... ... ant 3f
Kri 1st tea.. S U
ri M rM...... Ml m
Grcsi Xoftbcro iM......... MMi 101
rntnota CMtni....... ias im
Intv.-Xetm. n .. a H
Inter.-Mrtro. pfd. t tot
Klnsw CUT So. am..
Kikjm Citj 8a JM........ e
UUch Vine HM
UmiOTin Kufctm. mt
M., K. T. ram........... SK
U . St. P. 8. 8. M. com 1WK
QnoUliras ramislxd brW. B. Hibbi & Co . nas
bm of tie Chiato Boaid of Tnde. Hibbl Balldmf
Chiast Oct. m-Wint dncradrd to lower
fcfl ot iti own wrlrfit ta-ixy. hptruliton who
hr bn neognld Uw Iradtn in the boll cora
bimtion illowed tbnie noffiorali to Uie I1 the
sjBeaUtrie roiw they desired, and th eomcqnencrt
m OiX nuBT who tot on hnej at loos whemt Wed
nadir wen on the Kllisf ilia in liberal wi; to
day. The most oonserratlre men of wheat io the Chieaso
and imaller mirkrtt of tbo oountir Tolonteer the
opinion that unless stortii of thia grain rila up in a
liberal manner during the next few weeki the sled
dux for the bulla will be eaaler than moat notae
Then waa lew war talk tcdar than on any rrerioui
day of the week, which, in addition to tha tery bear
ish coveromect crop repprt and large Nocthwostem
and primary retelpta, caused an almost complete
change in sentiment, and tha feeling wii walk In
The bull longs in earn an th larmt hin.n .
day, adding to their holdings on the declines eatab-
jisoeo. ias armour Urmia ampany and BartleU,
FJarier Co. are referred to These two concerns
expect there win be a great dml of poor grain this
winter and that higher prioas win be seen in eonso
Quenoa. Thoss in the market who behera that eats hare
old at a lerel tha W beyond their nines becausi of
the 3.aB.000,ejO3 bushel crop of com and ltttOOOuM
bushed crop of oats amtlnu to put out short lines
on u ins nsra spou.
Tne entire grain Ust was lower, and it was under
pressure the greater part of the session. Lowes were
shown of S to 1W: foe wheat, S to lc far com. and
V. to Tie for oats. Close:
Whealr-Decnnber. SSi; May. 96Sa3i; July. WX.
Com-rMcrmber, S3S: lar. 52!: July. SB4.
Oats-Deomber. aVWSW: May. W: July. SW.
Hisaourl Padflo.. W
N. T. O. k. H. R. IK
N. T O W. :... S4H
Norfolk ft Western 1JU,
North America Co M4
Northern Pacinc"..... Hn
P.. a, a ft St. L. VSa
Beading .com................ ITS
Rock Island com SH
Rock Island pfd .'.... 65
sc u ft a. r. li pfd . 'xh
Southern Psdflc com...... 1UK
Southern Railway com 30a
Southern Railway pfd...... 82
Texas ft Paeifle. S,
Third Arenoe. ............ 41V4
T.. Bt. U ft W. pfd . 31
Union Paeifle com. 172
Union Padfle pfd W.4
Wabash pfd IS
Western Maryland com.... 57
Amalgamated Copper.-... S
Am. Agri. Chem. com.... SB
Am. Beet Sugar com 71
Am. Can com. 4Ms
Am. Can pfd Us
Am. Car ft rmndry com. a
Am. Cotton Oil com 5f
Am. Ice Securities S
Am. LooomotiTe com...... 43
Am. Smelt, ft Ref. com.. SC
Am; Sugar Uef. com US
Am. Sugar Ref. pfd IS
Am. Tel ft Tel H3
Am. Woolen com.... ...... 3
Am. Woolen pfd.... tSU
Anaconda Copper........... 4S
Central Leather com....... 31
Chlno Cooper............... 2
Colorado P. ft I. com.... 41
Consolklatrd Gas, X. X... MT
Cora Products Bcf. com.. IS
Distillers Securities. 30
General Electric. 15JH
GoWOeld Consolidated..... S
Great Northern Ore 4S
Inter. Hamster com 133
Inter. Mer. Mar. pfd 9
International Paper. 13
International Paper pfd... 57
Laclede Gsslight com. 105
Miami Copper. 38
National Blaenit com...... 13S
National Lead com B
Sends Consolidated Cop. r
Padne Mail Steamship... 31
People's Gsa of Chicago.. 133
Pressed Steel Car com.... 38
Ry. Steel Springs com ... 38
Ray Consolidated Cop.... 314
Republic I. ft 8. com..... 33
SlosvSieflield S. ft I. com MS
Tennessee Copper........... 44
U. 8. Realty ft Imp. 84
17. 8 Rubber com 51
U. 8. Rubber pfd .":.. Ill
U. 8. Steel com. 74
U. & Steel pfd. 115
a.-Car Chem. com ...... 43
Vs. Iron. Coal ft Coke .. 6
Western Union Tel II
West'ghonw E. ft M com M
Atchison conrert. 4s 106
B R. T. coctert. 4s ...... 91
C B. ft Q. Joint 4s. 9S
ChL. R. IsL ft Pan. Is... e
Inter -Metro. 4s. SI
Penna. conTert. 34s, 191S. S5
Union Pacine conrert. 4s. 103
U. S. Steel 3d Ss Ml
Ex dlTidend. 1 per cent
HEW YORK MONET.
Nfr Tork, CkU 10 CII money orfned 5H p
cent; nicnesz. & per era.; lowest, prr cent;
renewals, 5H per isent: dosing, 4H per cent;
ralins rate, 5Vj per cent.
Time aonrr hd a. firmer tendency at the oneri-
inc In repnnse to the idrance In rati loans on
Wednesday and th finnne displarel tn tb cat
money market at the opening tUtea are W4$H
per cent for elxty days. S. per cent .for three
months, 54 per cent for four mootha, and 5
tbft rmt for flr tinri sJt mntiihi
Commercial parpr remifos Arm ant) tjniet at S
Iter cent lor tne bert names. Ixmaon disown ts,
I per cent tmchanged; Paris dinoounU. 3 per cent,
unchanged; Berlm discount, 4H per cent, up H.
Quotations furnished by W B. Hlbbs ft Co.. sstnv
en ef the New Tork Stock Exchange. BThba Bollo
Bay State Gas
Braden .Cbprer .... c
British Columbia Copper. 4T
unicago aaoway. 4
Kerr Lake ...
Mines Company of America............. 2
herada-Ctah M. ft S. Corporation...
XIpissimr Mines Co
United Copper pfd.
Bnsjtuwa.oa Um Wshlattm Stock Ks-
caaiia ysmMnlay waa, of the sama rmail
aad ijaTslmpattaBt eMraotwr that has for
BOM tioaBaara-ea; traaaacuoos latere.
Traction ahares. Qaa Mrenthslr, and
lAagton. and a" -few botsdsv constituted
the 'record. Except that the price of
Capital Traction 'advanced a qusrten of
a point, there was no chance. 0s
stock , sold at 17, and the Oeorcetown
Oas' that was offered the previous day.
went back to 160 for the asking- price
with the bid forty points below that flc-
sfr. Taaeterllp Oust af Bllltaa Atlee
Frank A. Vanderllp, President of the
National City Bank of New Tork. ar
rived In the city yesterday, and will
spend two or thre edaye as the truest
of kilKort Alles at his country residence
In Loudoun County. Va. Host and truest
will flsh In the Potomac, and enrage In
other out-of-door pleasures. The last of
the week they will jro to Bolivar Heights,
Mr. Alles' home, and remain for a week
or ten days. Mr. Alles plans to forget
business, and with Mr. Vanderllp. be
come a boy again while his old-time
friend and fellow-worker remains near
"Jlsansle" Given on daanre-.
James M. Green, who has just re
turned from an extended trip in Europe,
was In bis seat on the Washington Stock
Exchange yesterday, looking hale and
hearty. Sir. Green says he enjoyed his
journey greatly, and was much benefit
ed by tpe ocean trip.
Corporation Declares Dividend.
Announcement was made on the ex
change of the annual dividend ot 10
per cent on the capital stock of Chapln-
Saeks Manufacturing Company, and a
quarterly dividend of IK per cent on
the capital stock of the Columbia Paper
Manufacturing Company. Reports sub
mitted to the directors of both corpo
rations show that they are In flourishing
Rents the Porter Residence.
Dr. Joseph L. Andenon. a relative of
President Taft, connected with the Long
worth family, and uncle ot Lars Ander
son, Minister to Belgium, has taken
lease on the home of MaJ. Dald Porter,
U. 8. M. C, at 1819 Nineteenth Street
Northwest, and will occupy it during the
coming season. The house Is a large
three-story brick residence, of seventeen
rooms, and will lend itself to the enter
tainment of large parties.
Senor Don Eduardo Saurez. Minister
from Chile, has rented the residence ot
Mrs. Fairfield Carpenter, at 1K7 Sixteenth
Street, where he has installed the Chil
ean Legation for the winter.
Melville E. Ingalls. a Cincinnati capi
talist, has leased the residence at 1901 R
Street Northwest, which he will occupy
while his new home In Massachusetts
Avenue, near Dupon Circle, Is In process
Will Investigate Patent Office.
President Taffs Economy Commission
Is about to begin an Investigation into
the affairs of the Patent Office, exam
ining its methods of doing business, its
system of keeping accounts, and other
matters relating to the routine work of
the department. The commission will
frame a report when It Is through, and
submit to the President recommenda
tions relative to appropriations and offer
suggestions regarding economy In the
Hasan cslL aaasa; . 1. -&
SJfriSTatxloa.,, gt-jg,,-, H 9JBt?3 -
Trial Initial Qaa. m x ar . .
tML B-Wtfct" sssasay ft TMintrU 4s. as
AB asjfBtv V
nimisan uas ss. ... lit 111
Capital Traction .. .-, m lu
anacosUa ft 1-otoaua ia.. ......... ..:..,. If ....
iS!?.- . asrsjssJ.J M
atT Suburban 5s. MS ....
, was ,ssaV east 'was, amssstV. wslll , awsg
Msassx prlo caWansty asBsmdt'OisSsasL H.
v a - : rr--J" .
eJi. AMala); Otr.Mttss' bast patent, act: naTaitsi
snds latest, 1.0; da. tila4rraa strslcs, U(,-a,
eaotsi faauty. 4JI; cW. extra,' iJsmU; rye soar.
esosce. 1.9BB0.11; cam maal. par M ma.
Columbia fa.... isa
aswtroDoUtan 8a. stf
Washington Railway Bectrie Ss.... 8JH
Waanlngton. Alex, ft Mt- Vernon fj ... 2tt
, MIKELLAMCODS BONTM.
Fotomaa Esa-,!- --. k intu
Potomae Bectrie tlsht 5s. 1ST
Chesapeake ft Potomac Telephone is... 11
""can in. a th. 4s......,.. in
t. C. Paoer Mfe. it.T 1st
5"ol Washingtoa Steamboat 5s....'K4
ssa aeany as flong).......... Mi
Rlggs Realty Ss (abort, ,... Ml
I'DBLIO tmUTT arroosia
Capital Traction 123
Washington Railway ft sBectrte com.... 89
Washington Railway ft Electric pfd.....' 99
Norfolk ft Wsstlugton Steamboat. M
Washingtco Gas S4
Georgetown Gas 119
Eastern Light ft Kuel US
American Telephone ft Telegraph Id
TIPK MACHINE STOCKS.
Mergenthaler Linotype 235
Lsnston Monotrpe ,S
Greene Canine M
NATIONAL BAJtK-STOCK V
Capital ..... 230
Columbia .., 250
Farmers ft Mechanics 399
Lincoln ". ... 19
MstropotlUn .. 203
National Bank at Washington...... 251
TRUST COMPANY STOCKS,
American Security ft Trust- 299
National Saringa ft Taut. 299
Union Trust. 134
Msshlngton Loan ft Trust................ 235
United Stales Trust. IM
SAYINGS BASK STOCKS.
Citiaens . . 29
Home ......................... XSs
Bank of Crmmerca a Ssrmcs.. .......... tfaj
Kart Washington IS
FIRE IKBORA.1CX BTOOKaV.
Alllngton 1 14
Corcoran ............ 98
German American ......aH...H 2M
National Cnion ............... TH
Potomao ...M.................H..... .. 39
TTTLK IKStTRANCB STOCKS.
Real Latate .-v
Chapu Sacks. 155
D. a Tsper Mfg. Co..... 135
Grsphophone com................... ....... 43
GnrJbophone pfd .................. T4V
MrrchanU Transfer Storage...... 104
Security Storage ... 219
Washington Market......... JJ
8. cm. 2s. rrg.. 1939 101
S. eoa. 2a, coupon, 1930 ..... ...... 101
8. X registered. MOe-ll..... 10T4
V. 8. 3a. ecuron. 1I0SH......... .......... 1."4
O. S. ie, registered. 1935... ......... 1134.
U. 8. la. coupon. 1925 113
Panama Canal 10-30-jear 2i. rrg. 1934 ... Ul
Panama Canal 1039-yrar X rrg. 1338 ... 101
Panama Canal 3s. rag.. 1941 101
Panama Canal 3, coupon, M5L Mia
LOCAL PH0DUCE MAEKET.
OATS-tHock la sserstors. 2.14L7U bushels; sntp-
rrrom ewratoea, 3S.0U buatient. No. J white.
"i sianoara wnite. nwtr so. 3 watte, aisssj;
No. 4 white. 3414a34H.
RTE-Slark In alsntm. It au hmlishi J.I. t.
from eleratore, 399 nuatwls. Bag lots, mar by. as to I
ouaHty. 4oa80; No. J Western, domsstle. sasa?; No. 3 1
SmJ atmaue- ": e y. car lots,
MnJjrzXO-Sprmg bran, in MSIh. sacks, per
Mei wrar 10 wmia mioojinca, la ms-id. ascksv
34 09433.0: Wsatera mMdllngs. la Mt-lb. sacks, par
ton. SMaTJO; City MilU middlings, in Nt-lb.
ascas. par too, aerja27.m; fjty Mills- bran, in MtVlh.
sacks, per ten. 25J0a3U0; city Mills' white ratd-
uings, in,asin. sacks, prr ton, 3L0SS35.SX.
8TRAW-N0. I straight rya. TfJOalfJO; No. J
straight rye strswM-OtaMJ; No. I tangled rye
straw. H.S9; No. tangled ne straw. lOOaMOt. jj,.
1 wheat straw, TJOaAOO: wheat straw. No. t
aS0a7.: No. 1 oat straw, 900al4.09;-No. X oat
HAt-Na 1 timothy, 21 00 ; No. I UOOaSlOt: No.
3. 15.09aI709: choice llaht closer ssliM ttssmissa.
Ncul mlied. ItSOslTOO; No. 2 mliad. ltOOaMOO; No.
1 clorer. t3.S0sl3.O3: da. No. 2- llCOsIZO): sseadow
gram and tery gravy hay, 10.00al2.0t; rsvgrad hay.
as to Had, ouality. and condition. loOalJ.00; packing
uj buh swsiv STaes. SVJillUS.
LIVE FOULTnvChlr oM h,. k -
lb.. 11; da. small to medium, 13; da, old roosters.
.. im, ritoic. urge. 11; aa. smsu. la; ducka, white
rekins, per lb., II; da, musrory, 13sll; da, puddhs,
13; da, spring, 3 lbs. and orer. II; da. spring,
smaller. 13: pigeons. lounz. ner rmir. 30: do.. oU nr
lair, 20; guinea fowl, each. 25; da. young, ltt lbs.
and orer. each, 40; da. smaller, each, 25.
BUTTER Crrsmery. fsner. rer Ih.. Msl. As.
choice. 29s39: da. good. 27a28: da Hints. Ih. 31sfi
da. Mocks. 30s33; ladles, per lb. 31a3t Jlaryland and
i-rmuyifania roiis, ia. zns;; uolo rous. Ia, 2U23;
West Virginia rolls, per lb.. 20a21: itore parked,
lb.. 20Ua21: ilarrland. Vlndnla and PrrmsvHsnl.
dairy prtnta, per Ib SOMafl; iwocesa buUer. 24424.
rj.uo-jiirrispa. i-ennilTanla, and near-by
Bra. loss off. 28: nest Vlrrinia. 27s39! VTt.m
nrsis. loss on, a; eoutnem srsta, lom off, 34427.
.... BU. Asked.
nearer vonsollaated 99
IS YOUR MESSX
aty of Cobalt
Crown Reserte ..
3IcKlnley Darrow bar...
TTlit,Tnl"g ......... .................. J3S
Wettlaufrr "!!!!!!!! M
New Tork Oct. 1. Closing quotations of nusoel
American Smeitiac 6s. 105
Atchison, Toieka ft Santa Pe gen. Is. JT
Atchison, Trucks ft SanU Fe crt. Is, 19S0 106H
Atlantic Cbast line L. ft X. Is. 3514
Baltimore ft Ohio gold Is 97V.
Brooklyn Rapid Transit Is. H 8114
Central Leather Ss. 951,
O. 3L ft P. S. 4s. 934
Chicago, Rock Island ft Paofla coL 4s. CS4
G., B. ft W. deb B is
Insp. Con. Cop Ss, receipts second paid HP's
InterboTO-JIrtropoliUn ISs 81i
International Mercantile Marine 4Hs 66
New York Central JHs .4 854
New Tork Railway adj. So. 55!j
Northern Pacine 4s. tP
PennsylTania 3V;. 1915. 97
Soutbem Railwsy 4s. 79
Third Arenue adj. Ss 4.. n
Union Paeifle 1st Is. 100
Unlaw Pacine rfg Is ....T. 93H
United States Steel sinking fond Ss 103
Wabash P. T. 1st 4s. Central Traction ctfs. 3i4
Total sales, 43.059,030.
..action la the Treasinry.
Beginning probably next Wednesday
Thomas Dowllng & Co. will conduct an
auction sale for scleral dais of obso
lete furniture, desks, and other cast-off
fixtures, rugs, and carpets, which are
no longer of use In the department. Most
ot these things are left over from 'He
closing out from the office of Charles A.
Kram. auditor of the Post-office Depart
ment, old machines and fixtures formerly
used In counting, tabulating, "and keeping
accounts ot the money-order system.
Quotations furaiahrd by W. B. Bibbs ft Cm..
members of the New To-k Stock Eiehange, Bibbs
New Tork, Oct, 10. There wis a better demand
uday for spot cotton reported from Sonthrrn
markets, with some adrancea. UoUers U Teiss
couon were reported to bo reluctant to sell con
tracts, and buyers said to be looking orer the
"Bern cotum cell mararta for supplies. To boll
n su nose, me During waa better than the sell
Int. and the tone of the market throughout the
session was different and better than that of the
Sales of 19000 bales of spot cotton were early
reported from LiTerpool. and 2.000 bales afterward
aaaea nre nouns- aarance to 6.2M for middline
Open. High. Low. Owe.
December..)...... M 70 10.80 10 44 10 79
Harm 10 n 10 95 10 75 10 91
May 10 90 1103 10 41 lib
July W.97 11 06 10 97 11 lb
.-ew ion spot, ii-iD, up 5 points; New Orleans,
Quotations dsen below an for large lota.
bers prices are higher.
LOGS-Ncar-by fresh Virginia. aa3: west Vir
ginia and Southwest Virginia, 24a27; Tennessee,
BOSTON C0PPEK STOCKS.
Quotations furnished bt W. R Hit, a. f
members ot the New Tork Stock Eiehange, Bibbs
Calumet ft Arizona..
Calumet ft Hecla....
North Butte .......
OU Colony. ,
BUTTER Elgin fancy, rer lb., 32a33, Western
firsts, 29a30H: seconds. 29s23S; store-packed. 30.
CBEESE-Ncw York Stste factory, new. II.
roULTRT-IIens, per lb.. 15; roosters, per lb , 9
turkeys. 18: chickens. II; ducks, per lb., lis 15.
DRESSED roULTRY-Hens, choice, per lb 14a
17; turkeys, lwr lb., 3D; ducks, 16elS,schickens,
GREEV FRCIT-Altlei, new. prr basket, 25s30;
box. 25a: bU.. LS0aL25; oranges. California, box.
4.2504.75; lemons, box. 7.00s8.50. grapefruit, per
box. SJOaLSO, raneapples. 1 75s2.2S; cantaloupes,
per crate. L00s2.25; prsches, per crate, 1.00a2.00;
grapes. Concord, per 41b basket. Sail; Delaware,
7aU; Niagara, fall: Brighton, tail; Warden. Is 10;
dsnuons, per fb.. 2s3; rrtestnuts, per lb, 10al2.
RAT AND STRAW-Bay. Western. Na L 28 09a
2OJ0, Na 2. 15.OOalS.00, mixed hay, 72.00x1400; straw.
ne. hal. C.54S700. machine thrash. 9.DH10 00; straw,
wheat, per ton, 6.50a700; straw, oat, per.too, 7 00a
EGtTTABLES Potator, new. No 1. prr bush-
ei, 75480; No, 2, prr bbl . LOO; corn, prr doe ,
10a3; yams fEsstern Hnorel. prr bbl.. looaL3;
sweet potatoes, rer bbl . 1 25aL75; onions, prr
crste, 45a75; per sack, L25: Spsuish. per crsto. L33;
abbsge, per lot lbs.."75s8S; eggplant, per doz., Js
50; lettuce, prr basket, L0OsL5O; string beans, per
bbU LOOalJO: lima brans, per qt, 30a3S; Krusih.
per bbU. TSalOO; beets, per 109 bunches. ltCaTOO;
tomatoes, per crate, 75al.3; cucumbrrs, per basket.
LIVE STOCK-Shrep. per Ih., raj"; spring lambs.
rg-r lb.. 47; calTcs. choice, prr lb., 9al0, medium.
ner lb.. 9
WOOL AND BIDES-Wool. washed, free of burra,
per lb. 3353; wool, unwashed, prr lb.. 29. hides.
dry. per lb.. 15al6. salt hides, lb., 13: calfskins.
green, each. L25aL75.
prr bushel. S7a63; new, a z. per ousnci, tuts;
mixed. 40a&5, bran, per ton. 2500a28.00; miduling.
GRAIN-Wheat, per buahel. e5al2; com. shelled,
prr bushel. 90s92; ear, per bbl., 195x5 00; oats. old.
Western, white. Na 2, per bushel, 62x66, mixed,
per too, 2S.O0s32.00.
bEEDS-Clorer. red. 12.25sl3.ZI; clorer. slsike.
12.01al3.00; timothy, 2.25atS0; biue grass, 1.503.00,
orchard grasa, lJOaLTS.
HEW Y0BK PRODUCE.
New York. Oct. 10 MILUTJ-JV-Ht r- ml.
erate buslnrst Sielng bran. 23.10a21.43. standard
middlings, 25.13a2S.25, Western red dog. 3123; win
ter wheat bran, in I00-lb. sack, to arriw. nm-
dty brsn. In bulk. 22.50
BkL-UnsetUed; trad is dulL Westrm. to ar
ritr. is ralued at about 72. c L L track, and Hi.la
at about 74V
rxJUR rtrm: moderate trade. Kansas strsiefitc.
430SL50, in sacks; -spring patenu, 1855.35, In bar
rels, new, to arrite, 470490: spring clears, new,
450x145; new aoft straighu, to arrite, 4 65183, in
RYE FLOUR-Steadr. but luaetlto. rstn.
erauas abuixsi xor new.
tX)RN3IEAL-bt(ady but slow, orlnr tn snerltr
Kihvdried for exivrt. 42?b425: mm mil in
HAT Receipt. 1.175 tons: steadr: huainM vt.
erate. Prima timothy, LSI; N'a 1, LlOsJ.15; Na 2.
1 wwj w, .o. 4, suaau.
STRAW Recriies. 19 tons: steadr but slow? mlt
Long rye. 90s95.
LARD Easier and inactite. Prhu wn
11.4r rrflned continent. lsS; Hrmth inwin.
13.33. reflned Brazilian. tn kegs, 141, barf stear-
ine, 1J: lam suanns quiet: .New Turk. UsUM.
POliK-Quict; steady. Mess. 19.2519.55; famDy.
BEEI- Firm, aa stocks are smau. racket. 19.90
15 00. family, 21. 003305
COrFEkV-Tbe local coffew market made a good
showing to-day, when It is considered that the news
from Luropean coffee centers wsa not aa good aa
it should hate been, tn view of the 4 to 17 points
raise at New York eaterdayt This was in prt due
to strength manifested by Brazil, with prirate
advices from Hamburg reporting excellent spot
conditions, with a more confident feeling in the cof
fee trade generally.
The day priors were as follows:
llighest, Lownt, Closing
Oetober. u.20 14.20 II lSsll.14
December 1421 H.19 14,1414:9
The rcfotion of a Bank to its 'depositors is -most
confidential and' based upon implicit confidence.
When you are thinking of a banking connection, con
sider the prominent character and. clientele of this
Bankj with its history of twenty-three years of prac
tically the same management.
Xhen think a little further and consider the stand
ing of its directorate and its assets of $14,000,000, and
the fact that this is th'e largest Trust Company in
the District of Columbia
rThen thin of. its various kinds of Savings 'Ac
countsits Trust Department fcx Safe Deposit De
partment and you are bound to realise that its equip
tnent to serve is complete in every detail.
Then the conclusion: It is the Bank for you, the
institution in which you are justified in placing your
funds with the satisfaction that every confidence will
be sacredly safeguarded.
IF- have not mentioned our service. You will
have to be personally acquainted with this to appre
AMERICAN SECURITY AND
Capital and Reserve,
CORNER OF 15th STREET AND
BEAL ESTATE TBAHSFEBS.
BALTDHOBE QBATN MABKET.
Baltimore. Md, Oct. la-WHEAT-Slock to ele-
rstors, 911,895 bushels; shipments- from eierator,
122,776 bushels. The demand for SouUiern wheat
la good, but actrte trading is checked by the
smallners rf receipts. Sales of cargoea on grade
at 1.014 for Na 2 red. 94H for steamer stock, and
9!'s for relected stock. Foreign markets were
firmer Contract to-dar at the opening was essler.
with October Na 2 red 1 Cl Spot Not 2 tea
wheat early was 1 01 and Na 2 red Western
1 03. while NoTcmher Na 2 red was L034 nom
inal and December Na 2 led L0514 nominal. Janu
ary Na 2 red opened at L07U nominal. The
market at the 12 15 call waa steady, with Novem
ber No. 3 red 101V Spot Na 2 red wheat was
L01i and No. 2 red Western ltOV. while Norem-
ber Na 3 red sold at L031 nominal and Decem
ber at LOSli nomloaL January Na 2 red was
L0714 nominal and Na 3 red 994. while steamer
Na 2 red later brought 95. Settling price officially
posted were: No. 2 red, L014; Na 2 red Western,
1.03,: Na 3 red. 994: stesmer Na. 2 red. 95
CORN-Stock In elerstors. 74,131 bushels; ship
ments from eierator. 30,103 bushels. In absence
ox receipts ot Bouiaern corn
rairlxwn-Osoar C. Brothers. Jr. to George I.
Byrne, lot 39. square 5XX, 4485.
Fairtawn-Oscar C. Brothers, Jr., to L. J. Hogan, lot
51. square 5604, 5455.
Fslrlawn-Oscar C Brother. Jr . to P. A. Flanerty.
lot 49. square KW. HO.
r'airlawn-Osear C. Brothers, jr., to J. L. O Beirne.
lot 51, squsra MCI. (485.
ralrlawn-Oscsr C. Brothers. Jr. to George E.
Schraudt. lot 95. sonsra Mel OUR
lalrlaan-Oarar C. Brothers, jr.. to C E. Aldenuo.
Ms 85 and 84, square 5601. 5X0
Fairlxwn-Oscar C. Brothers, jr. to Charles J.
bhaughnesay. lot 31, squsre 3803. USS.
Fairlswn-Osrsr C, Brothers. Jr., to Jennie I. Cole
man. lot 3, square WO, 3r5.
Fslrlawn-Oscar C. Brothers, jr.. to Annie B Cole
man, lot 21. square 5601, 54S.
I3E Four-andbaJf Buret. Southwest-Cbr!ei B.
Psrker. trustee, to John Tvehl. KaUe Kehl Whlt
ty. and Mary K, Winirgder, lot S. square 515.
Maeeachusetta Arenue Bright-American Security
and Trust Comrany et al. trustees, to Arthur
Newton, lot 27. square 1935. R0.
Addition to Le Droit Park-Catharine D. Langier
et rir to George Y. Worthlngton. jr. lot 83,
Mock 21. tat
Bolmead Manor-Edwin P. Chamberlln et nr to
George Pumphrry. lot 10, Work 43, rio.
Petworth-Julius I. Peyser, trustee, to William L.
Browning. lot 32, square 3CC1, SO.
Second and E Streets Southeast-Florence D. Me
Aulifle et ux. to Albert E. Smith, lot 71. squsra
V Street NortbeaU. between Twelfth and Thirteenth
Streets-Jeremiah Culllnane et ux. to James C
Nealon. part original lot 11. square 1007, $10.
James F. Roocey et ux to same, west half origi
nal lot 12. aquar 1007, CO.
Bighnew Barry arehnan et at to Howard W.
Topham. lot I, square 3536. $10
Moore ft Barbour's Addition George Y. Worthlng
ton, jr., to Darid E. and Catharine D. Lugtey.
lot 2. block 4. $10
Missschnsetts Arrnua Heights-Amencan Security
du aruss (.onipany et al.. trustees, to Clsr
ence C. Willlsms. lot 19. eousre 199 tin
Wasliington Heights-John F. Anderson and wife
to Leah Corbin. lot 27, block 3. $10.
Washington Beights-Leah Corbin to John F. An
derson, lot 7, block 5. $10.
Pleasant Plsins-Barry Wsrdmsn and John Chancy
to Albrrcht Nest. lot 127. Nock 5. no
Mount Pleasant and Pleasant Plains-Barry Ward-
man ana jonn u. cruller to Clinton Mans
field. lot 109. block 5. S10
Mount Fleaunt and Peasant Plains-Barry Ward-
man sou joon u. unaney to Andrew Sichi. lot
Ul, OlOC S, SID
Intereat on flrtrt
real catate double.
Talue. of loan. Title
truarantocd br a tl
Loan 1510 and upward.
Run I to f yeara.. Ap-
praiaer recommended by
national bank of blgrh
atandlnr. Why loan
yonr money t B per
rnt when yog can (rat
per cent wltn aa (rood
Apply to Elijah E. Knott,
4W Dtatrlrt lfsHrwaal
14M O Strwwt NowiJiw
Waaalagrtea, D. C
man and John B. Chaney to James B, Bland.
lot 130. block 5. IM
llighriew Barry Wardman and Thomas 7r. Bone
' to Mary F. Webb, lot 122. block X square
905 B Street Northeast Edward McAleer and
Margret E. McAleer to Benry W. Weber and
wife, lot 10, square 933, $10.
retwnrth Thrift Buildmg Ccmpany. Bute of Da
kota, to George T. Harrington, lot 103, subdi
rliion ef lots . O, O, and 44, block 71.
square 3233. $10.
Fetwonh-Thrift Building Company to Mary S.
Benthetm. lot 52. square 38. HO.
IMendship and Mount Airy John B. Barry and
wife to Wendel Shoemaker, parcel southeast
rf lot I. block I of Barry' Dinsion, $10
Meridian Bill-Richard K. t'alro and wife to
Joseph J. Mocbs. part of original north ground.
Colnmbixn CniTerity. $10.
D Street Nortbet. between Tenth and Qerenth
Streets Herman R. Howenstrin et ux. to Biram
and Emm S. Klbbey. lot SO. squsre 943, $19
1JS Twelfth Street Northeast Herman B. Howen-
stein et ux. to Mary P. Peters, lot U. square
Cliffboume Emory D. Coblenta et ux. to the Blue
Ride Beichts Comrany. lot K. Norte 5. VS.
Columbi Heights Annie E. Sonne and Bugh B.
Thomaa to Chaliea Sonne. prt of lot 98, square
Columbia Heights Ed A. Swingle et ux. snd
Robert B. Wilson to Charles Sonne, part lot
95, square 289, $30.
Granby Samuel W. Pickford et ux. to Johqr T.
Bough, put of lot 14 and 17, $19
Frtworth D. Darby Thompson et ux. to Benry T.
.Bailer, lot 57. square TO. $10.
ta r bt. n. w.
Co-operative Building Association
Profit by the Experience
There Is no method of a.injr that
Insures so much success aa the ays.
tematlc monthly payments on
shares in the- Equitable.
Shares can be taken at any time
in the 63d issue.
Shares, $2.50 Each.
John Joy Edsm. rrealdrat.
Ellis Spear, 4 ice President.
Perry B. Tun-in. Second 4 lew President.
Frank P. Reeside, Secretary.
it is difficult to Mount Pleasant and Pleasant Pisins-Hsrry Ward-
Scoop Was Looking For A Bargain.
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id fll !21. Zti CKtTTtsTHe. - A NICE l. J
ffenS hltf ,rafCr terrJ Pftu P Nwerr I iHr that-4, 9$- L
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IHDOESES TUBERCULOSIS DAY.
Prealdrnt Sara eTnarche Shoald
Work to Eradicate Dlaraae.
New York, Oct. 10, Cordial approval
and Indorsement of Tuberculosis Day,
which -will be observed by the churches
of the country on October 77. Is ex
pressed by President Taft In a letter to
Homer Folks, ot New Tork, president ot
the National Association for the Study
and Pretention of Tuberculosis, made
President Taft, writing from Beverly,
"My dear Mr. 'Folks: I hae your let
ter of September IS, and am very glad
ot an opportunity to testlfv to my belief
In the Importance of jour campaign ot
education aa to the means of pretention
tuberculosis. You do well to enlist the
active support of tne churches and of
all other agencies for the dissemination
of Information calculated to Induce every
one to do bis or her part toward the
complete eradication of the dread dis
ease. I hope and belle-, e that a Tuber
culosis Day" in the churches will be
productive of great good.
"WILLIAM H. TAFT.
Surplus and undrridedr revets orer S1.0CO,999
will unquestionably prove
the best executor for your
Insure the beneficiaries
of YOUR will everj- pos
sible advantage by appoint
ing THIS.. company excu
tor or trustee.
The Washington Loan
and Trust Company.
Cor. 9th and F Sts.
JOHN JOT XDSOX. President,
The Safest Investments
tn twos that a ant nuataate aurbsg w
twrhsrl assssstaona g taw tansiy r stora ssas.
atka, rtrat deed ot trust note (ant avstV
(Sfxss). wall secured on real eatata la tkw H
tesBt f Qprnrsbl. conscltnU -gUt-ena
Trastastat. XTaey io not clerjewd wpam sTsf
in rial rsiponstbmty of iadrtidusla a ox.
twmtstsM xor their stabUtty. and ar
swssa tarstiesj aa prrsnrsil ravcawty. wa asat
gsk-sstr ueh liiisatsmin ta ssarsmrs trora sT9
wsssard. waast tor Isogalat, XkasrsratssI Laa9
G0HZAIES TO DIE MONDAY.
Wife Slayer Will Be Pat to Death
in District Jail.
Andrew Gonzales, the negro who
slashed the throat of his wife. Madeline.
with .a razor, causing: her death, on Au
gust 21. 1911, will be hanged In the Dis
trict Jail next Monday morning unless
President Taft again Intercedes.
Gonzales, calling himself a Cuban, waa
discovered to have been born tn a South
ern State. His actions In Jail, following
conviction of murder, caused doubts as
to hia sanity. President Taft postponed
the execution on the advice of the De
partment of Justice. Alienists reported
that Gonzales la aane.
The hanging waa set for September IX
but, although a Jury has pronounced the
man sane, the Chief Executive ordered a
stay of sentence. Gonzales waa to have
been executed 'with MatUe Lotnax. but
the, sentence of death Imposed on the
woasaa was cluuaged to Ufa imprtaon-
Swartzell, Rheem &
IlT.Utk atrtMt MOTTaswsa.
W. B. Hibbs G Co.
and sold Bra aama tavrtrafela
aa wa offer for tradlnr tttm
Tork trtoeka tustl bs!ssv
Hibbs Building f