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By X. A. FLKMDTG.
One may be pardoned for digression
from local matters to give a little atten
tion to the wonderful, unexpected action
of the New York Stock Market the day
after 'the Wilson avalanche.
Wall Street has a reputation for doing
what "It will and for dolnr the -unexpected.
It la a discounter of all things,
unless It may be decisions of the Bu-
preme Court of the United States.
But yesterday "It gave a most surpris
ing account of Itself.
With the entire control of the White
House, Senate and Bouse in the hands
of the Democratic party vrlth .practical
certainty, in time of tann revision, mm
the assurance that trusts must be good.
Ate In slacat-of clothing itself In sack'
cloth and' ashes, and permitting values
j or securities to meic, as preaictea, wii
Street blazed out Into ,&. great big bull
There were a few stocks that pre
sented a sickly appearance, but ninety
nine out of a hundred stood up to the
rack beautifully and made good gains.
The bears were down early. They
lumped on Beet Sugar with a hearty
will and before the session was as
many minutes old they had cut J5 a
share from its value and this, with the
S they took away from It Monday,
made eleven points loss In two busi
Everywhere throughout the list the
bears made their opening play, but
elsewhere they met only small suc
cesses, and then the lightning struck.
Buying became something enormous,
orders were sent into the exchange over
every phone, and they were buying com
missions: In a few moments the bears
saw the changed situation, located buy
ing, and turned to run.
But they could not run in a body,
They had attacked with the united im
pulse of the "Onward Movement," the
halting and about face was a retreat.
Falling over each other to get out they
forgot limits and covered, their one de-
tire, regardless of price.
Old time bears could not understand
Conservative traders kept away. It was
too dangerous a market for the non
The shorts were whipped ta fraz
xle." and then some.
Gains of 2 3-S in Steel common, 4 3-8
in Union Pacific and 3 5-S In Reading,
coming on top of an early decline, indi
cates the unexpected and great advance.
These three are the great trading stocks
on "Change, 3 per cent of the business
being in them, but the gains went on
throughout the list.
St. Paul, 34: Southern Pacific 2:
Kipper, 2 S-S, and so on throughout the
list as shown elsewhere.
Beet Sugar came back with the cov
ering movement to 2 points net loss.
Wool preferred was 7-8 off, and corn
But the greatest break was in Stand
ard Oil of Kansas. It has been doing
well of late, but to-day It broke 35
points, no mistake. It rallied a little
Men who have followed Wall Street
for twenty-five years, at least one who
has followed It for forty years, were
unable to diagnose the situation.
fsually such action as that of Wednes
day presages a smashing break. Wheth
er it will break, or continue advancing
is a matter for the future to decide.
Whether the shorts are out of the
woods or wandering around fearful of
to-day's action, is also a point to con
sider in presaging to-day's market.
Jt may be that there will be another
forward movement to-day.
But 'if there is the Impetus will lack
the action or jesterday, for the simple
reason that the short interest must have
been greatly reduced.
The public Is not in the stock market
to any Important extent. It apparently
would have been the part of wisdom
for the financial Interests that are carry
ing the bag to let the bottom out of it
to encourage the bears to set the pace,
so they set It themselves.
Money was easier, and the big In
terests bought stocks right and left, pcr-
naps selling a few hundred thousand
shares as alues as ncared the top.
The pace was given the start from
London. Probably via New Tork. and
then back from London.
It was indeed a wild day. a big day,
1,034.000 shares. Money cltfsed at 4 3-4.
The stock market table will tell the
rest of the story of the day.
Over in Alexandria yesterday at noon,
a few financiers took a $30000.000 cor
poration up the back stairs t'o the office
of Gardner Boothe, and In a Jiffy made
it a corporation with 3150,000,000 capitali
zation, of which J100.000.0no is to be 5 per
cent collateral 5 per cent bonds.
While this gigantic fiscal operation
was under way. Alexandria moved on in
its wonted quiet, through a sleepy noon
hour, knowing not Its greatness.
One would not have thought weighty
. financial matters were being settled the
back stairs looked more like the prover
bial CO cents than $15,000,000.
The Maryland-Virginia Railway Com
pany will, on the approval of the amend
ment to its charter by the Virginia Com
mission, go out of business. Its securi
ties will repose with Treasurer Spald
and be transferred in due -time to the
Washington Utilities, unless some rude
injunction changes the plan an unlikely
It is reported on the street that the
various bright Judicial lights of the Dis
trict and the Department of Justice have
decided to wait and find out Just what's
doing before getting busy" with their
The meeting In Mr. Boothe's office did
not crowd the seating capacity, and
the president ofthe Maryland-Virginia
did not consider it necessary to attend.
Passengers nuking the trip via the
Washington-Virginia to Arlington for
the first time in weeks noticed the big
ppwernouse or tne company quiet and
silent theJ'Julee" for propulsion com
ing from the Potomac Electric Light
and Power Company, on this side of the
C. P. King, president of the Washing
ton Railway and Electric Company was
present at the meeting and saw that all
was -well done.
sober-faced and silent Just why the
Quaker seance, no one seemed to know.
With a general laugh It was followed
by adjournment on the drop of the gavel
when the conversation ended.
Washington financial Interests are
speculating on the outlook for local se
curities. The voicing of the opinion that
there, would be no drastic Conarreaalonal
action regarding public utilities' was
The bankers of the city, while by no
means a unit for the successful candi
date, accept the result good naturedly
and have the kindest words for Presi
dent-elect Wilson. ,
They do not look for drastic action:
nothing that would disturb the pros
perity and serenity of the country, as
such action might be depended upon to
react on the party, now entering on a
If these bankers are prophets, then
the Capital has nothing to fear.. '
They do not think that Mr. Wilson
wKl stand for any seven-year tenure of
The one thing that stands to the front
In the comment anent the "financing
plan" of the Washington Railway and
Electric Comnanv la the fact that the
District of Columbia needs and should
have at the earliest possible moment a
Men should be apoolnted to this com
mission who are familiar with the rert.
ord of the corporations of the District;
men who know the city well and Its
needs and the wants of Us people.
it should not be created for the sole
purpose of representing the people
against the corporations, but as a com
mon commission to represent the people
ana tne corporations, recognizing that
citizens and stockholders have rights and
that the rights of each should be con-
Some of the prominent members of the
Stock Exchange are decidedly strong
tor tne utilities commission.
They realize that the discussion and
the uncertainty regarding the plans of
the Maryland-Virginia Railway Com
pany and its successor. Washington
utilities, has disturbed local Investment
operations; that It has checked Invest
ment and that for the first time in many
years capital Is a little nervous over
Washington securities and their future.
A local utilities commission following
on the lines of similar bodies In other
cities, would not only care for the peo
ples' rights but for the shareholders as
well, preventing inflation of securities
and In enforcing on corporations the
square aeai at ail times.
financial Washington wants, requires.
ana ougnt to nave a utilities commls
slon unbiased, open to conviction, and
unimerestea. nnanciaiiy, beyond the sal
ary attached to the office.
George W. Ingham, superintendent of
the Insurance department of the District
of Columbia. Issued a license on Novem
ber 6 to the First National Fire Insur
ance Company, of the United States. In
corporated under the laws of the Dis
trict of Columbia, and whose home office
is in the Southern Building, of which it is
The result of the examination shows
a present paid up cash capital of $230.
000. and a net surplus In excess of UM.
000. The balance of the First National
Fire's 32.000.000 to be eouallv ritvMoH K.
tween capital and surplus is expected to
do tuny suDscnoed and paid In by De
When the First National, last March.
advertised its intention to organize It
stated that the expenses of organiza
tion would not exceed 20 per cent. These
expenses have been kept down to 12 per
cent, ana in mis respect the organizers
of the First National have achieved
unique position among newly organized
companies, in addition to this the dlrec
tors, who are among the most prominent
men of the National Capital, have been
able by Investments of the company's
funds to make a profit of about a quar
ter of a million dollars, thus entirely
eliminating the organization expense.
The First national expects to Imme
diately enter most of the States. The
officers are: Hon. Robert J. Wynne,
president: Ashley M. Gould, Robert N.
Harper, and Robert R. Tuttle, vice presi
dents; Frederick S. Dudley, treasurer:
Charles F. Carusl. general counsel.
MARKETS IN A WORD
Sensational advances, unexpected and
important on Wall Street.
Grains very strong and higher.
Cotton rather steady, unimportant
Local stocks neglected.
Btandard OU of Kansas sold at the
opening at 370. and, em small transactions,
broke K points, toSX. It then rallied to
SC Disappointment In regard to the divi
dend declaration U given as the cause for
the break. " v
Baltimore and Ohio notified" tha Inter
state Commerce Commission that the
embargo against transit of Its cars over
other roads has been raised. This 'prom
ises less shortage.
Fabricating shop contracts booked In
the last ten months exceed 1.S0.009 tons;
1311 Is likely to be a record-breaker.
B. F. Yoakum, chairman of the -board
of the Frisco Lines, says: "
1 am very much pleased with the elec
tion of Gov. Wilson. From my personal
acquaintance with him I 'am entirely con
fident he will carry out all tha policies he
is promisea ounng tne campaign.
"I am sure he is earnestly in- favor of
everytning be has advocated and Is en
The Western Federation of Miners has
called off the strike of the miners at the
mines ot the Nevada Consolidated Cop
The report of the Nevada Consolidated
Copper Company for the quartef ended
September 30 showed a net profit of S7iB
The president of a banklnr Institution.
which Is the nucleus of one of the largest
banking groups In the city, says: "I con
sider the election a most wholesome one
and do not look to see Gov. Wilson com
mit political harl kart I do not look to
see a repetition of the Cleveland admin
istration, for the reason that the popular
support of Gov. Wilson will enable him to
lead his party and not be led by It."
An Increase of approximately (00.000
tons in the Steel Corporation unfilled ton
nage Is expected to be shown by the
statement for October, which will be Is
sued Saturday. This would bring the to
tal on the corporation's books to around
7,000,000 tons against 6.E51.507 on Septem
ber m. jaen ramuiar with trade condi
tions say that the demand for steel dur
ing October was considerably heavier
man in tne previous month.
Geo. J. Gould Is well pleased with the
rraun oi tne eiecuon ana expects a
Democratic administration to have lit
tle or no effect on business, which Is
now on a sound basis and should so
continue. "The tariff adjustment" ha
). ownoi oe maae in a aay. a month.
r a Tear, and any changes will be so
gradual that business will readily ad
just Itself to the new conditions.
W. E. Corey's interview had a good
effect on Amalgamated Copper prefer
red, but American Smelting was some
what affected by the declaration of the
dividend at the regular rate. A few
holders seemed to have clung to expec
tation of an Increase, although pretty
ueuuiie statements to tne contrary were
annuo weeas ago.
The directors of the American Cotton
Oil Company at their meeting to-day
are expected to take compromise action
upon the dividend on the common stock.
zne company, on October x, showed
'" ot -iu per cent on common,
and did not owe any money to banks.
The Indications are that a compromise
mil be reached and a dividend of 3
per cent paid on the common stock.
There Is a widespread belief amonr hi
traders that the London market for
Americans is highly manipulated for the
Rumors are current in well-informed
quarters that specialty pools will soon
become active again on the long side of
the market, although the collapse of the
Beet Sugar pool has cauarrt nm. un
easiness as to loans.
Specialists report offerings on a fairly
suosianuai scale in Steel above the cur
rent market levels.
Reading and Union are In good shape
to rally and for a short covering gen
Je, BtaHwar ... tZ
swam sieet x
Press: l Cr 1 i
Peaaar- ...f... Z
we, 1-acUe ....
If. at W.....v.li
Maw PadSe lat
O. IT. ore 14
a. Nertbera. . .
Frlse. Ms Ii
Kite bM let
5 eat H ...... .
Erie .... -
Ce. Gas 14
; P; 1
Aasjsasjaa ...... ifa
sssasassi ...... .14
aWBSame UBS... t
TMj Ave a
star ... ...... j,
saa ...,,.. .3,44
LtaseeWI on.... Tfc
stead Paper ... H
Can :7. S
Jobaeea M... it
K C pfd 14
t-L. 8. W.. H
Rev Steel fU.l
Rack 1st. 9M..3S4
Cera Prodaeta. 4
Call. pfd XH
Calaa Cesser.. 94
Retails Steel.. XH
Beta. stL afs-.X
V. P. afa. XH
W. Ma XUi
I western TJaloa3y
Bert Sagaf. ...3 ICara Prod. fa-
"" S"" TBI
HEW Y0BK STOCK MARKET.
Iter Tors. Not, C-
AUIsOialsiaa pfd., M id ni
,m AsulsimiUd (topper H
Am. ArrlruranB Chtmtaal H
U.n Am. Bnt 8tar. O
9m Am. Btt Sugar pfd. MH
15.03 Am. Can CA
SU Am. Can ld 1314
ten Am. Or rbundiy earn.. JS
SB Am, Cltks. J7H
Am. ClUca pfd. (OU
tan Am. cotton ou tn
10) Am. Cotton OU pfd. H
. S Am. Hide a Leather...... (
an Am. Ice Bacnritles. SD
SJKO Am. limed 104
sod Am. Luuced red.,
:2.9a) Am, Lncomotlre..
' W An. Malt 1S
SCO Am. XIalt nfd -
l.UX) Am. BmeHinr.
VO Am. Smelting pfd. B S5
SO Am. Snuff KM
1.X30 Am. Sterl FwmdiT.. ... 43
t.M Am. Sunr. ...-. lZTSi
n Am. Tel. A Tel 1C
10) Am. Tobacco St
SO Am. Tobacco pfd.. caw.... IDS
n Am. Woolen 31
HO Am. Woolen pfd 85 .
t,XS Anaconda ....... UM
n.KO AUJblra .'.... 10)
no AtchiKo rd... is
X Atlantic Cout line... 1
400 Baldwin LocomoUm........ STi
100 Baldwin Locomotii pfd HP
iu Klltlmora a Ohio...- 107S
3.300 Bethlehem Steel
10O BrthMum Steel pfd
93 B. F. (locdiich 1....
2.000 Brooklyn Rapid Transit..
23 Brooklyn United Gaa.....
3D Bruniwick 8
IWW California nfd ST.
11.109 Canadian l-acinc U7
1330 Central Leather. KS
100 a 8. A. Telephone llt
5.300 Chesateake. i Ohio, S3V,
Z.KJ) Chic a Great WeiC......
109 Chic A Great West, pfd.,
a.ow c. . a !t. i'
High. Low. Ooaa.
ICO C M. St. I Ui ,
2.SM Chic. A J. W ,
IT,3n Chlno Con. Copper.
1.009 CM. Fuel a Iron
M.10) Consolidated Uaa....,
3.900 Com Products.............
CM Corn Products rfd ...
SO Delaware a llodaon
LOCAL PRODUCE MARKET.
The 'Washington-Virginia will be next
absorbed, then the small Virginia elec
tric light and power companies, then the
Washington Railway and Electric and
The day after was attended with ab
solute quietness !n Washington financial
circles. As a rule,' every one was sat
isfied, or pretended to be. ''
There was the usual attendance on the
session of the local exchange, but not
the usual business.
The brokers did manage to buy. and.
of course, to sell SS shares of Wash
ington Railway and Electric preferred
that's all. except one Railway 4 per cent
bond at hh. -
Railway preferred SS, SS1-S, S77-8. v
Practically all other bid and asked
prices were so far apart as to pre
clude the possibility of transactions.
Moreover, every one was watching the
situation and waiting for something to
This was especially true for five min
utes Immediately "following tha regular
call. 'The President and -secretary of the
KTchsage communed together while' the
rest df the members occupied their seats,
J- "e. "
Quotations siren below an for large lota. Jobbers
prices are higher.
EGGS-Near.br fresh Virginia, 3M3; West Vir
ginia and Southwest irgirda, 3w31; Tennessee, 3Da3l.
BCTTEB Elgin fancr, per lb., JUS; Western,
first, 31Ha3-H: seconds. 21a31H: store-packed. 2L
CHEKSE New Tork Stata factorr. new. IS.
roDLTTtT Hens, per lb.. 1): roosters, par lb.. ;
turkeys. I5au; chlckena. is; ancas. uaia.
DRESSED POCLTKT-Hens. choice, per lb., Ba
li: tniteys, : docks. HaU; chlciccs, ItaJO.
GREEN FBCrrS-Apples. new, per basket. 4oiTS
box. atan: bbL. 1.0Ca4i: Florida oranges. 2.50a2"S
oranges. California, box, lSat.75: lemons, box. 5.00a
1(0; grapefruit, per box. 2.503.00;. pineapple. T2ai25;
peacnea, per crate, i.waz.w; grapes, per HD. bas
ket. Concord, .as: Klagara, loaiTi; ebcstnnta, lb..
RAT AND STRAW-Hsy. Western. No. 1. satoa
3tL; Na X UOOaUOO; mixed hay, 12.O0aM.00; straw,
rye. bale, IlSOsI.OO; machine, thrash. tOOaiacO; straw,
wheat, per ton. 0L30a7.tt); straw, oat, per ton, T.QOa
VEGETABLES Potatoes, sew. No. 1. pet btL.
OaTO: Not. 2, per bbL. LOO; corn, per dor.. rBiaS;
yams (Eastern Shore), per bbL, LOOaLS; sweet po
Utocs. per bbL. 12SaLTS: onions, per crate, L25a
L7S; per sack, LS: Spanish, per crate. LtoaUS;
cabbage, per HO lbs., 6585; egg plant, per doc,
iOaTS; lettuce, per basket, SOaTS; string beans, per
bbL. L0Oa2.00: lima beans, per qt. JOsJS; sqnaah,
per bbL. TiaLOO; beets, per 101 bttncbn, l.OOaiOO;
tomatoes, rer crate. 75s2.C0; cccumbers. xer baaker.
"TtalJIO: celerr. per dot, ffatfl.
LIVE STOCK-Sneep, per lb., SaiM; spring
Iambs, per lb.. esCH; calrea, choice, per Itx. loajnu
medimn, per lb.. SHaS.
WOOL AND HIDES-W00L waasad. fna ot burrs,
per lb., 33sS: wooL-rmwaabed. per In, a; hides, cby.
per lb.. UaU; salt hldea, lb.. 13; calfsklne, grean.
GBAINWheat. per Ba, ssaLOS; corn. abeUed.
rrr bo., tOasS; ear. per bbL. .B5a3.00; oata. old.
Western, white. No. 2, jn bo.. Caal; mlied. per
ba.. BM2: new. Na 2, per bn, 3aH; SUxsd. Tka);
nran. per ion. siwijiwt; Buoaons. par son. SB.BB
SEEDS Oorer. red, ILoalZ2S: dorcr. asdke.
H00al3.00: tlraothr. i2Sa2J0: btna ansa. Ukte-
onsuua giaws, I wi 9.
' SEW YORK fKHTON.
Fornlabod by W. B. BJbba a Co.
Docember... ..... 1L33 jxa
March.............. 1U3 ILK
liar... ......... 1LSJ lLtS
July......... .. 1YJB jus
The Grangers are being bought on In
side reports of very large earnings for
Great Northern. Northern Pacific, and a
better showing this month for St. Paul.
"We believe that the strong funda
mental conditions of the country will
govern as soon as temporary excitement
and uncertainty are past." says a very
conservative Institution that has lately
been very accurate on market moves.
Investment buying Is expected to In
crease materially during the next sixty
Large financial Interests believed Wll
son would win and they prepared their
affairs for such a result, according to
a oanaing auinonty or nigh standing.
The American Tobacco Company de
clared Jts regular quarterly dividend of
2 per cent on common stock, payable
December 2, to holders of record Novexn-
Europe was the only buyer at tha open
ing. Anerward tne market turned heavy.
Most ot the selling Is coming from the
United States Steel will Issue its Octo
ber unfilled steel tonnage figures at 1125
a. m. Saturday. The general belief Is
that October established a new high
record In excess orders.
Even at these prices It Is surprising how
few stocks are for sale.
CURB MARKET, l
n Dcnrer Bio 0 234
an Denrer & Itio (1. pfd t)
300 Distillers' SecurtUrs 29
3 D . 8. S. At. pfd Ki
HT00 Eri 3S
L100 Erie lt ld , XH
1 Erie 2d pfd 1)
1C0 Federal it. k 3. pfd 47
KO llffiml Electrle. lCi
SO General Moto-i pfd 71
200 GoldHeld eons ?.
1L300 Grest Northern pfd HIV.
LW0 Great Northern ') subs... 4SV
DO GuggenheUn Exu.'o Si
00 lllinfi Central li
2J30 lnsu. Copper S)1
J0 Inter-Metro. 30'.
U.O0O Inter Metro 11 C7
1.M0 Int. llarrester ctfs. . 12?)
-100 Int. Hamster pfd 11)
1.CD0 Inter. Paper. 16'i
400 Inter, l'aprr Ui 5TW
200 J. I. Cass lid 101
1.6C0 Kan. City a south 29S
100 Kane. City So. rfd S2
SOO Knic. Ice Ch. pTd rA
500 Krrsfc K
300 Lackawanna Steel IS
100 Laclede Gaa IOCS
100 Laka Ens a Western.... IS
New Tork, Nor. C
. CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET.
Furnished by W. B. Hlbba a; Ox
WHEAT- Open. Hsrh. Low. Ooaa.
Dccember........... SJ m tt
lejesanminimssiaaass fM ara sM bbHsi
Dectmber. .. a) tM t) Si
May. ...... 4 M am
JX K ai
qitcagn Sabwar..... .....
Kerr Laka..... .
la Boas Consolidated........
U T. Coal Balas Co
Standard OIL. ........,
Tukon Gold.. .... ..........
United Cigar Bleats. ..,
United Cigar Btoref pfd.........
. 2T-1T 2H
..... 230 2U
HEW T01X X0HE7.
" Tors, Nor. 1-Call'aacaseT niaaata s or mt:
rewwala. per cent; eloshax. t ear cant- mHn. est..
I per cant.
qnseuno money as oSAtad-waser't par cent, and
borrowera wm sot pay thaate, excret eeosaionaJly
toTjthartydara. AH atnrh,np to irTnui
gsetaa aa saas ptreent. .
CbBBsaxela lausar reaaalsa , mmA 1 1 - m -
casstfc tne bast ssasaa. w . s
esst e XH paf eeat :
a raw aasst. aar aa r- -
K east.' -7 r " V " "
M.100 Lehigh Valler i'Vi
600 U. a M. Tobacco. 211
1.500 Looae-WUcs 44i
COO Louisrille a NaahrUle.... ISO
109 Macfcay Companies pfd.... 6S1
109 May Drpt. Ston... STi
109 May Dent. Store pfd. lot
2D0 Merchant Marine tli
4.JM Mex. Petrol K1
2.4J0 Miami Con. Copper. IPs
300 MlniMTiuta a St. Paul.... Zrt.
LS30 XL, a P. 8. 8. XI.... 1U
1.900 XIa. Kans. a Tex . 24
SM Mo., Kans. a Tex. pfd... S3
,9M MIsaonri Fadae ttT
809 National Biscuit UPi
0 National Biscuit pfd. C?!
40 Nat. En. A St 22
TOO National Lead 4
iJ3S Nei. Con. Copper. ZPi
2.009 N. T. Air Brake. 82
4.S00 N. T. Central 11T
500 N. T.. O. a W 35
SO N. T. State Itya. Wi
18S Norfolk & Southern tftt
2.7)0 Norfolk a Western........ 111
700 North American .......... S3
100 Nor. O. T A L........... K
ISt Northern Padflo iB
1.100 Pec. Tel. A Tol... ........ 51
CDS Partite MaO 34
2,400 Tenn. R. R.. 1234
BOO Peo. Gaa a C 111
500 V.: C. C. a St. L. 10K
1.M0 Plttsborg Coal
WOO Pittaburr Coal pfd. M
TOO P. LorDJard 210
LMO Pressed Steel Car. 39
too Pnlaman lalaai Car. KTH
SCO Bsflway Bteet Spelnga. 31
a.300 Bar Cbn. Cooper... 254
W.800 Reading 174
100 Reading tf pfd..... $T
2.400 RemMie Iran a Rteei.... 32 ill
1.409 Republic Iron Steal pfd. IS K
4.000 Rock Island 2714 W
L Rock Itiand pfd S24 4
309 Seaboard Air Line..-!..... 21 20H
3.040 Seaboard Ah- Lbw pfd.... 30H 4S
m St. r. 8. F. U pfd.... S 31
L000 ftt. I a Soathwratem... 40 3
U09 8earvRoebnrk Silt 209
SUI Southern Padflo 113 no
SJ00 Southern Railwar ......... 30 29
LS03 Southern Railwar pfd..... 12 . n
ST0 Rrndebaker. 4Z Vtl
s tea Tan ev. ww t ,.,.
"".- "- ..... j-is uia
a.oa 'iTxaa a I'actna........... ezs
son Texas ijonipanr H. rs
. " -TJi
-Kanr?. Tor. Nov: .
niaaiT "imsaruss ntodereta..
- larnlanl aaliMllnsraL JM.I
BociBa aaoaa, to arrive, Kratty
RTK-teady: trade talUJW6Beni.
to arrive, la valued at about 7. c L tV
track, and State, at about 71."?
rLouB-eady: inquiry If moderate.
Kshsis ' straights, itaalsv in sacas;
sprtog patents. tToai-lS, la barrels; spring
dears. .; soft stratghtaV to arrive.
erate demand. Choice quoted at lot for
BTE FLOUR Steady: Inerulry moder
ate. Choice brands quoted at Ittaltt for
COKNXCEAL Flat; trade moderate.
Klin-dried, for export, UGalOft; coarse
meal, in bags, Lsal.s.
gAY Receipts. 23 tons; steady; choice
ta wanted. Quotations are: For prime
timothy, LlSata); No. 1, LUaLU; No. 2,
LOCaLet; No. 3, Kasfi.
STRAW Recelnts. 40 tons: steady: In
quiry is inactive. Long rye quoted at 85a
1RK Steady; stocks ara smalL Mess.
u.2&an.7; lamuy, Jiooazioa.
BEEF Steady; stocks are light. Pack
et, 3v.wbuj.w; lamuy, 77 wra wa.
LARD Weak; trade is moderate. Prime
Western. Lt.SS: refined Continent, 1LS0:
South American. 12.60; refined Brazilian.
in Kegs, lieu; Deer steanne, I3ai3.; iara
stearlne inactive; New York, X2H-
November 14.C5 14.00 l4.S2alt.90
December 13.90 1X.80 14.78al4.IO
January Ii7 1X7S U8ali7I
May 11.10 4. 14.01al4.02
Total salea.-HI.750 bags.
Market closed easy. 17 to 25 colnts
'lw Tork. Nor. a t
Near Tork Cantral 4a. MoT.................. 105
New Tork Central 4s. I960. ....a. 100
New Tork Central 4a. 1956. reglsterac!... K
New York Central 4a, 1357 ........
New York Cantral ta. 1956 K
New York Centhd ta, 1999. t
Adams Exrma 4s. 62
AlUa-Chalmeni 5. te
American Agricultural Chemical ta. 101
American Cotton OQ 5s. 92
American D. a I. M 106
American TeIe)ioiie a Telegraph eoL 4a. 9
American Trletnon a Telegraph ert. 4a. 112
American Wall Paper ta. SO
Atehisoo, Topeka a Santa Fa crt. U....... 10
Atchison. Topeka A Santa Pe crt. ta. 1955 109
Atchlion, Toicka a Santa l'a crt. as, HtO 101
AllanUs Coast Line 4a. 95
Atlantic Coast Una L. a N. 4a. 9a
Baltimore A Ohio prior lien 3a...... 99
Baltimore a Ohio gold ta. 97
Bethlehem Steel Ss. 96
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 6a. 103
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 4s 91
California Gaa A Electria 5s as
Lnadlan Southern cxtenaifjo ta. TOO
Centrsl Lrathrr 3s. 95
Central PaeiOe 1st ts. 91
Central of New Jersey gen. 5a. 111
Chesapeake A Ohio con. 5s 110
Chesapeake a Ohio gen. 4s. 99
uieaapeaka a Ohio rrt. 44a. 93
Chicago, Burlington A Quincy Joint 4a. 95
Chicago Great Western Is....... 79
Chicago. Milwaukee A St. I-aul 4'is. 106
Chicago a Northwestern gen. 4s 97
Chicago A Northwestern 3s. e4
Chicago a Northwestern M . fl. a N. 4a. 93
Udcago, Rork Island A radfle rfc. 4a. FT
Chicago, Rock Ialand A PactSe col. 4a. 6a
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NEW Y0TOG OFFER
NOT TO BE IGNORED
tit "it7i-f a. ' ur'U's-fciT 1 vmi ; a. rzfr$
a-BC f b oWiAlIIflOn AXCrtUU XUCIal A.VTVfU YUICB lO Ve9ZI
testants Wllo Induce Others to ' " -:
Enter the Race.
Contestants In The Washington Her
ald's CS.000 competition should not over
look the special voting offer which The
Advocate has made, and which will last
until the dose of the contest next Feb
The Advocate offers a reward of x,n
votes to contestants' for every reader of
The Herald whom they Indue ta enter
the race. The votes will be given to the
contestant by The Advocate as soon as
the' new contestant has secured LOOO votes
In addition to the J.0OO given him upon
entering, or. In other words, ss soon aa
the new contestant has 2.000 votes to his
credit. This provision Is made so as to
prevent the list of contestants from be
coming clogged with Inactive persons.
The 5.000 race is a Mve one, and every
precaution is being taken against laggers
But few contestants so far have real
ised the great Importance of this
astounding offer. It forms a third means
of securing votes. The first way Is to
patronize retail merchants advertising In
connection with the competition, and the
second Is to purchase manufactured prod
ucts advertised In connection with the
contest. The retail merchants give votes
at the rate of one for each S cents In
purchase. The labels, wrappers, and
trade-marks from the manufactured prod
ucts are redeemed by The Advocate at
the rate of one vote for each cent in
The Advocate's voting offer presents
an additional source of votes. The se
curing of one new contestant Is equiv
alent to purchasing ISO worth of goods
at the establishment of .a retail merchant-
Did you ever look at It in that
light before? The securing of one new
contestant Is equivalent to purchasing
110 worth of manufactured products.
Did that ever occur to you before? The
statement of these facts should be suf
ficient to Induce every contestant to be
gin an individual campaign for new en
trants. It Is. an easy matter to get per
sons to enter the contest. One trip fa
the contest headquarters at ui Thir- n
iccnui street nonnwesc, is susacMnx in? .
convince them that the competition- Is
a most unusual one and Is wen 1 worth
apBtasaeats OI Melltaaal.
xnis new metnoa 01 oDiaining votes is -.:
not Intended to supersede the other two
methods. It Is supposed to supplement.
them. The contestant who slackens his '
activity In securing votes from purr ruses --?
for the purpose of concentrating energy 'W
upon getting new contestants will aooa-
er or later come to grief. The wise 1
testant will resort to all three methoda,
letting no opportunity escape hlm.
Some merchants may think on XXtst
view that The Advocate's otter works, aa
Inquiry upon the merchants sdverttaVac
in the competition. Such It not tha
however. The addition of a new con
testant means an Increase In the patron
age of the various merchants and manu-
racturers. These new patrons wm mean
much to the contest advertisers.
Names of new contestants should ba
sent to The Advocate's office, together
with the name of the persons securing
them. The Advocate la always glad to
discuss any details of the offer which
may be vague In the minds of contest
ants. He Is at the contest home dally,
except Sunday, from S o'clock ta tha
morning until o'clock at .night.
The public snould remember that
changes are constantly being made In
the awards on display on the second
and third floors of the building. Severat
additions have already been made.
These articles are well worth examining
closely. Their beauty Is ravishing
They Inspire contestants to more seal
ous work. The articles are changed from
time to time in order that the publio
may be given a chance to view all of
the awards before the end of contest
It Is Impossible to display all of the 850
awards at the same time.
c. su p.. XL a o. s 102
Colorado A Southern 4a. 94
Com Prodncta 5s, ISM 91
IMaware A Hudson rfg. 4a. 9S
Denrer A Rio Granda con. 4s... ....... ........ 67
Denser & Itio Granda rfg. 5a. S3
Distillers' Securities 5a. 12
Erie trior lien 4 -. 16
Erie est. 4s. errica A SS
ueneral Electric deb. 5a 193
General Motor 8. 1". ta 99
ureat northern 4a. in
G.. B. A W. del. B 16
Gulf a Ship I. 5s 92
Illinois Central 4s. 1315 100
Insn. Ccn. Coo. 6s 106
Intertero-Xfetropolltan 6a (1
intrrtioro llaraa Transit gold 5a................ 103
International Paper crt. 5s .. 99
uesawann steel 5s, 1350. 11
Lake Shore 4a. 1931 - 92
Liggett A XL 5a. - . 96
Long Island unified 4a... 91
Louisrille A Nashrills unified 4a..... ... 97
Manhattan Railwar 4s 94
XUnnesota A St. Pan! 6a. 100
31.. SU P. a 8. 8 XL ta. 95
M , K. A T of T. Sa. 100
XI . K. & T 4s 95
Xllasouri Pacific ert. 5s. a
-New lork Centrsl deb. 4s K
New York Itailwiys adj. Se - 54
New York Railways rfg. 4s. 76
New Tork G . E. L.11. P. col. 5s. 102
New York Telegraph 4s 9s
New Tork. Westehe-aer & Boston 4a.
Norfolk a Western con. 4s 96".
Norfolk & Western dir. Is . 92
Northern racido ts. 9
Oregon short Line con. S. 109
Oregon Short Line rfg. 4s X
Pacific Tileifcone a Telegraph 6a 99
lennsy!ranla eon. 4s. 1945 102
Pennsytranla 3a, 1915. 96
rutlie Serrice of New Jersey ts 93
bt. Louis a San Francfrco gen. 5s ........ ... 3
Mahoard Air line adj. Ss. 76
Seaboard Air Um 4s. K5
Southern Bell Telephone A Telegraph 5a.. 9S
Southern Pacific coL Is..
Southern Pacific crt. 4a..
Southern Ianfic rfg. 4s...
southern Railwar 5 ... ..
Southern Railway ts.
Third Arrnua adj. 5.
Toledo. St. Louis a We-Jcra 50
Union Pacific 1st 4s A V
Unkm Pacific est. 4s 103
Union Padfie rfg 4. 95
U. S Steel S P. St 102
Va.-Cer. Chem. 1st 5s. 96
Virginia Iron, Coal a Coke Ss. 97
Wabash rfdg. 4. 67
Wabash P. T 2d is 2
WesUTa Electric 5s. 101
Wrttem Union 5. 101
Western Union IHs. 96
Westinrhouso Xlanufacturing 5. 93
West Share 4s. 96
Wisconsin Central 4s 92
Total tales. t2.7I9.0CO. again t2.137.OO0 Xfocdar,
$1,612,000 a week ago. and $3,460,000 a year ago.
BOSTON COPPER STOCKS.
Beaton, Nor. 6. The market was broad and had
flea afternoon display of Uinsncy In copper
specialties. Gains were general and pronounced.
3.059) Third Arerrae ... 3914
306 Tol, St. I A W. 14
109 ToL. St. U A W. pfd.... 33
I0J United Type Co. JOT
CO) United Bag A Paper...... 11
109 United Bag A Paper . 99
97JD9 Union PaetSe. 174
MOD Union Padflo pfd 91
109 United Dry Goods... ... MO M)
lt United Dry Goods pfd..... MS XH
TOO United Railwar Inreat.... 3 3
1,409 United Raflwar Insest pfd T CI
109 U. R. Cast L. P. A F...... 19 19
let U. 8. wapreta..... 71 71
MOO-17. 8. Rubber..... . 63 51
90 V. 8. Rubber 1st rfd lwat r
SH.T0S V. 8. Steel 71 TS
7S9 U. 8. Steel prd. ... 113 l
S.W9 Utah Cr-rxr...... tt
189 Virginia-Carolina Cbera... 46 46
109 Vhriniaaroltna Ch. pfd. 116 1K
MS Virginia Rr. A P.'nfd..... 91 91
399 Virginia. I..-tt A C. . CM (5
301 Wahaah ............ 4 4 4
TOO Waba pfd. . 15 .14 U
raw nnis-rano ftaiwiaa. ....,, aur us IT9
LOW Western Maryland......... 57 . SS ST
400 Western Union Tctrs-rarA 79 Bt
' 2.490 Weathighouaa XIfg...... H 11 as
ItS WooJworth .114 113 114
aaw wiauLuna, m aaiaw jana.H. 1. a H
a.WfisadlnAU t MlU 11 11 jaat
awe vssaonswan umni.HH.HH aa at fa
Am. Agri. Chem.
Am. AgrL Cnrm. pfll..
American Woolen rid 96
American Zinc 31
Beaton Eleratcd 122
BatU Baliilna Xlin 3
Butte A Superior Xlin 46
Calumet A Arizona Xlin. 73
Calumet a lied Xlin. 570
Chlno Xlining 48
Copper Bango CceaoL..... ........ 56
East Batte Mining. 15
Franklm Mining 10
Glronx Xlining 4
Granbr Xljning 69
Greens Cananea Xlining 10
Hancock Consolidated Xlining.... 73
Indians Mining . 11
Ialand. Creek Coal 55
Ialand Creek Coal rfd 87
Isle Royal Xlining 33
Laka Mining 30
Masa. Eire. Co. pfd "
Massachusetts Gael 94
Massachusetts Gaa'pfd V
Mayflower Mining 11
Xliaml Mining 23
Mohawk Mining 61
Neeada Consolidated Mining. 21
N. Y.. N. IL a H 136
North Butt Xlining. 36
agrtoat XTJJT Xfssfcj.
Old Cntonr Mining
Osceola, Xlining .....
Ray Consolidated Xlining
St. Mary's Mining Land
Shannon Mining ..........
ni Shattuck Arizona Mining.
Swift A Co. 106
Tamarack Xlining .. 43
Trinity Xlining ?. - 5
ratted Fruit US
United Shoe Machinery $3
United Shoe Machinery pfd 3
U. 8. 8.. R. ft XI 47
C. 8. a, R. A M. pfd , S0
Utah Consolidated Xlining 12
Utah Copper Xlining ... 64 '
Wctrertn Mining - SO
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
1149 Wisconsin Arenue Northwest-George B. Pitta
rt uz. to Etta XL Balenger. lot 163. sauare 12H.
Indolence Arthur W. Mschen et uz. to Henry and
Xlari Wlnzehnan. lot 15. souare 2700. 110.
Ires Street Southeast, between Fourteenth and Fif
teenth Streets-John W. Brawner. tsoatea. to
U Ulum A. Bua. lots 101 to 106. square 1065. .
Twenty fifth and I streets Northwest J. Victor Go
liUrt to George S, John .. Edmond P. and
Charles P. Leonard, lots A and B. sonars 29, lie
Twenty fifth Street Northwest, between I and K
Streeta-J. Victor Golibart to Margaret J. Con
ley, part lot 7. square 23. $10
Mount Pleasant and Pleasant Plains Elmer A.
Tucker et nx. to Vrincis S. Deland. lot 2SA
block 4. .
Dobbuis' Addition-Emma W. Zimmerman to Lloyd
G. Henry, lot 49. squsre 17. $10.
Eaat Deaawood John T. Robinson et nx. to Win
lam B Hams, lot M. block 14. $10
S Street Northwest, between First and Third Streets
William L. Browning et nx. to Frank Foer, part
lot 12S. sqnare 5S6. 110.
Randls Highlands Charles L. Jones to Leone. B.
McGrew, lot 22. aqnare 5599. KO. Leona B. Mo
Grew conveys same property to United States
Realty Comiiany, $19.
Mount Pleasant and Iteasant Plalna-Lloyd G. Hen
ry to John 8. M. and Emma W. Zimmerman, lota
33. 34. and 35. Mock 5. $10.
Columbia Heighta-Chapin Brown et el. tmataea,
to Emanuel Michaelson. lot 3. block T. r.530.
Robinson Street Sonthwest. between L and XI Streets
Ralph P. Wintama at nx. to Jcaie L. Ryan, lot
106, aqnare 472. $10.
Hlghnew-Harry Wardman rt aL to Hartley L San
ders, lot 143. aqnare 3333. $Ml
Mount Pleasant and Pleasant Plains Harry Ward
man et aL to Homer B. and Pearl B. Garter, lot
112. sqnaro 7A8. KO. bams to Amass. A. Ludwig.
let IS. square 2388. $10.
Pleasant Plains Margaret Tctten et aL to Emma J.
Lloyd, part lot 20. $10.
Deanwood Heighla-John W Gregory et nx. to Mol
lle A. Keys, lots 23 and 24, square E258, CO.
Deanwood Heighta-Jamr U. Brown et nx. to Rich
ard XI. Roberts, lot 25. snnaro 5279. $10.
BuTTrfllo-JesBO W. Bawllngs et nx. to Wlulans X
Rar. lot 36. annare EC11. $10.
Mount Pleasant and Pleasant inataa-Fraiids 8.
Cannody et nx. to Edith Y. Johnson, lota 56 to
59. block 8. $10.
Twentyeccnd Street, between N and O Streata
Editn V. Johnson to rranas s. urmoar, pan lot
23. aouam C9. $10.
Whitney aose-Middaugh k Shannon to Lea G. and
Beatrice L. BunneU. lot 31. bloik a. 5ia
1633 New Jersey Arenue Northwest Frederics: Schnei
der to Robert A. Ixgan. lot 3), squsn east ot aw,
Cfcilhun Castle Heiglits-Washirgton Land and
Xlortcara Company to Harper L. Proctor, lot 65.
snnare 3711. t2al.
Effingham Place John A. Cola ft nx. to James Tou
rer, lot 2. block 19. TO
Addition to Le. Droit Park-Lottie a WUBams to
Flora XV. Patteron. lot 10. block 22. $10.
Handle Highlands-WUham F. Watson et nx. to
Daniel W. Sehcfleld. part lot 4. Nock 9. H.
Saul's AddiUon-Joseph B. Bowling et al . trustee.
to Wallace A. and Ethel D. wnilaler. lot a.
snuara 133. $10.
Holmead Manor Aaron R. Townhend et nx. to
Richard 8. Wolfe, lot C9. block (5. 510.
Fourth Street Southeast, between XI and N Streeta
Richard 8. Wolfe et nx. to Arthur M. Conner.
lots 88 to 90. square 801. $10.
Dobbins' Addition-WUHans a Allard et aL. to
Nannie a Wolfe, lot SoTTlock 19. $10.
Ingltside-Joscth M. Carmady to Frauds 8. Car-
mody. lota 88. 89. 90. 92. 93, block 4. $10.
Maseadrasetta Arenue Northeast, between Flint and
Second Streets Joseph XI. Carmody to Francis S.
Carmodr. lot 45 snuara 723. $10.
Ingleside Frauds 8. Carmody rt nx. to Edward J.
Brown, lot 89. block 4. $10. Same to CaroUcs M.
Cake, lot 93. block 4. $10.
1453 Q Street Northwest and R Street Northwest, be
tween Twelfth and Thirteenth Streets-Kooert Jl.
Chambers et nx. to George D. Homing, all Inter
est In lot 60, square 209. and lots 13, 14. 15, square
Unlontown Cathertna Lay Howe to HaneT Ei and
Elizabeth S. Gladman. part lota 796. 197. 198. $19.
Addition to Le Droit Part-Lottie c. Williams et aL
to Howard L. Wilklns and William S. Uoge, jr .
lot 9. block 32, Sia
Holmead Manor-Jennie E. Abbott et sir to Arthur
E. and Nellie Adama. lot 135, square 2S29. $20.
Chrry Cbase-Fulton R. Gordon rt nx. to Marie L.
and Ahcs I. Sanderson, lot 25. square 1759, $10.
Barry Farm-rMolIi Moors et aL to John H. Moors,
lot 875. snnare 5809. Sia
Walter Street Southeast, between Twelfth and Thh
teenth Streeta-Harry A. Kits et aL to William
T. Butler, lot 235. aquara 1015. $10.
Walter Street Southeast, between Twelfth and Thir
teenth Streets-Harry A. Kit et al. to Nathan
Goodloe. lot 244, square 1015. $10. Sams to Mary
K. Carr. lot 725, square MS. $10.
GETS THIRTY MRS
"Red Phil" Davidson Sentenced
for the Murder of "Big
New Tork. Nov. . "Red Fhlf David
son, confessed murderer of the cans;
leader. "Big Jack" Zelhr. was sentenced
to-day by Justice Golt in the criminal
branch of the Supreme Court to Im
prisonment In Sing- Sing for not lees
than thirty years nor more than life.
Davidson, ttbo pleaded 'guilty to mur
der in the second degree last week; was
calm and alert in his bearing- to-day.
At all of his former appearances In
court he had been slovenly dressed and
had wept, wrung- his hands, and seemed
Insane to the casual spectator. To-day
he wore good clothing, seemed entirely
master of himself, and all signs of the
supposed Insanity had disappeared. Erea
when Justice GofT announced the penalty
he did not cringe.
Two alienists examined Davidson last
week and reported that while he was
mentally deficient he was not insane.
"Red Phil" shot Zelig on a street ear
on October 6, asserting then that the
gangster had robbed him of. tSOO. though
the district attorney's office believe that
Zellg had been put out of the way so
that he could not testify against Becker. "
ORATORIO SOCIETY 2L&MED.
Will Be Oritanlaed at Meet in Jtnt
Plans have been laid for the organiza
tion of the Washington Oratorio So
ciety at the chapel of the Church of the
Covenant. Eighteenth and N Streets
Northwest, next Monday night. Invi
tations to sinners and others Interested
In the development of music in Wash
ington were issued last night.
There is a strong demand' for a so
ciety of this kind In Washington. It la
asserted by men Interested in th new
organization. They declared that the so
ciety whose organization is contemplated
would In no way Interfere with already
Strikers Hold to Point.
Jacksonville. Fla- Nov. . There was
practically no change In the street car
strike situation to-day, both the traction
company and the strikers remaining
firm in determining not to yield the only
point now In controversy, recognition of
the Amalgamated Association of Ameri
ca. Traffic showed signs of Improve
ment, and with the continued presence i
of the militia, conditions probably wttf
"BIO TIM" SERIOUSIY ILL.
Xoted ISttat Aide Statesman May
Sever Ocenpy Seat.
New Tork. Nov. . "Big Tim" Sulli
van. New York's noted East Side states.
man. probably will never take the oath
ot the Congressional office to which he
was elected yesterday on the Democratic
"Big Tim," who at present is a State
Senator has been 111 for several months
.In a sanatorium In isew Jersey, and was
unable .to participate In his own com
palgn or attend the conventloon. He will
be discharged from the sanatorium to
morrow, but his friends say his condi
tion is still serious. His ailment Is un
derstood to be similar to the brain dis
ease that caused the death of his
nephew. "Little Tim."
Itraderlnsr Trnat OSJrtals dire Ball.
Boston. Nov. 'L George H. Swift, di
rector In the Consolidated Rendering
Company, and Horatio W. Heath .man
ager, were arraigned before Judge
Morten In the United States Court to
day and gave bail of t5,0TO each. They
are charged, with others, of violation of
the Sherman anti-trust law In connec
tion with the rendering business In New
England. The defendants did not enter
Leave- for Klnsraton, X. Y.
G. Grosenor Dawe. chief of the edi
torial division of the Chamber of Com
merce of the United States, left last
night for Kingston. X. T where he will
deliver an address at the annual ban
quet of the Kingston Chamber of Com
merce. Mr. Dawe will sper.k on busi
ness aspects of national affairs.
Will Inapt-ore- Milk's' Quality.
Dr. A. D. Melvin. chief of the Bureaus
of Animal Industry of the Department
of Agriculture, has returned from Chi
cago, where he attended the convention
of the Milk Producers" Association. He.
reports that that organization is to take
up measures that will greatly Improve
the quality of milk as well as Increase,
Street Car Victim Improved.
Mrs. Frances Clark, seventy-four year
old. who sustained a dislocated shoulder
and two fractured ribs in a street car
accident at Fifteenth Street and Florida.
Avenue Xorthesst two months ago. Is re
ported mucn improved. Mrs. Clark Is
now at the home of her son. P. D. Clark,
of Norfolk. Va. She is a resident of
Irfsrtl aleelea Mast Pay 930,000.
London. Nov. 6. A Judgment of X30,0fr
was to-day awarded by the courts against
Lord Decles to a contracting Arm as
the balance due for alterations at Sef
ton Park, the Decles country house,
upon the occasion of Lord Decles' mar
riage to Miss Vivian Gould, the young
Canada's factory outsat In
creased tt83.72.1X in Talue.
ten Tears has tn-
The Safest Investments
are tson neat oo set eneraata tmrtss ska
rarbsal eeedltaona et lbs saoney or stork sta.
lata, rtrst deed of treat aorea Ian stanv
tseea). wan aacured en real estate la Use tXtaT
Wet et CstBsabta. eneatttrta -a,Tlt ija- ta
tarcsscata. TWy do-sat aVpasd apesj tea
seen rill iwapraiaftifltri et taattttdnsXi ae ta.
swntaass aor near ataouity. ana are
doss taxaoosi as psssooal nrotawtz. We aaa
sanasty toe liiisstaasuts la aasowora awaa sjsj
asarar. sweat le lasxsist. OuoarasBst tease
ad lai lira saa- "
A pleasant upward circulation of air
Is claimed for a new electric fan with
horizontal bbzdea and. a eleflareltia- niat
Swartzell. Rheetn &
MX. lata smart WsvtJssew.
be xvormal In, a few days.
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