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THE-WASFTNGTON HERALD.'-TUESDA. NOVEMBER 11. 1913.
MARKETS, FINANCE, COMMERCE
i - t - .
IN STOCK LIST
Steel Common About Only
One to Hold Its Own in
iFPI TMPC 1 Tfl 9 PATNTQ
iu i i "'w,th preferred stock and 3 per cent on
New Low ob New Haven and Many
Rails and Industrials Local
By J. FL1SMI?C.
Wall Street was a bear's paradise ea-
lerdAV nnri thnv hrnnriMl nn f.lt Dlrklrm.
hmnj.t..1. k. ..t.. ii. -i.k Y.I. llttlland TuxnAn Pptmlfiim fTninrjanlea and
opposition to their efforts at proflt-mak-
ing. save in Bteel common, where such a , Mexican Petroleum company, or tjuiior
heavy shortage existed that the coerlng.nla. ,Thce corporations together own
movement in the last hour wiped out tho about COO.COO acres of land In the rich oil
earlier losses and brought the stock to a , fields west and south of Tamplco, the
parity with the Anal figure of Saturday, most flourishing seaport of Mexico and
But elsewhere the bears were less In- located on the east coast. Their proper
tent on covering. They covered Quite t ties are reported to yield CO.OOO to 70,000
freely throughout the list, but It was
leisurely eo erlng, and only partial re
coveries attended their efforts.
Nothing especially new In the way of
news, just a continued repetition of the
olden time stories, which hae been told
ocr and over for the last few weeks.
I'erhaps Mexico has as much influence
O'rcctiv as an thing else and perhaps it
1 an Mexico as an issue. If vigorously
c j cd, should not hurt the stock list,
' s the dragging, wearying uncer-
e than this. It ia the difficulty that
-ailroads are having of making both
-. s meet. It Is the Increasing wages.
tion Is resulting In the usual compromise
iiii suiue auvance iu ine uicii. miiu uiim
n esterners will men v oie 10 siriKe lor
more money and the railroads have got
t: call a halt one of these da) 3. Tho
t pessimism of Mellen is but the unspoken
thoughts of many a magnate, and ths
truest truism is that the Interests will
not make any serious objection to gov
ernment ownership wearied of the bat
tle, with labor and government as rep
le&ented by the Interstate Commerce
C ommlsslon on one side, allied with them
States domination and the railroads
compelled to furnish proof that their
lates are reasonable on the other.
Railroad earnings are discouraging. In
custrial prosperity has been checked, the
i'leome tax Is helping to make bonds
less attractive to Investors and the Ques
tion of future financing has its problems
that Increase Instead of lessen.
The Agricultural Department, in Its
Una! report on com leld. gave the
markets a Jolt with a corn crop of 1.453,
017 bushels as compared with 3,121,746.000
bushels last year, and an acre yield of
twent -three bushels as compared with a
ten j ear average of twenty-seven bush
els. Unfilled orders of the United States
Steel Corporation decreased 430.018 tons.
Annual report of the Frisco bjstem
showed a deticlt of KKT.317 as against a
surplus of $177,9 a year ao.
An Idea that compels attention because
of its reasonableness comes from tall
River, ffxtile workers will demand ln
f ereases la wages as dividends are ln
creased. The wisdom that reasoneth.
A fourth influence was-found In the
weakness in copper, and Its reflection in
stocks. .London was on ten shillings.
A decrea-e of but 350,000 In steel ton
nage was expected, and the announce
ment caused w eakness In the general list,
but not In Steel Itself.
vev Low Levels.
The selling was not entirely for shor
account, but there seemed to be new
liquidation coming out where It was not
expected. The pounding by the bears has
been successful In uncovering some 01s
trusted holders, despite the excellent bank
statement of Saturday, and the easier
monetary conditions. But there has been
no signs of support from the big Inter
ests, nothing but Indifference, and everi-
one at all active seems to be having an
1 easy time plavlng the short side.
Tuesday should witness a rally, even
on nothing save the covering movement
Incident to a heavily oversold market.
The list opened firm and fractionally
hlKher. developed "blue Monday" weak
ness. and rallied about a point before the
Onion Pacific closed H off: Reading,
it; St. Paul, B4. Southern Pacific IS:
Lehigh Valley. 31: Louisville and Nash
ville, lli; dreat Northern, ; Baltimore
and Ohio. 1: Missouri Pacific, i: New
Haven made a new low at 7754. and came
back a point; Atlantic coast Line a
point; Rock Island pfd, S points; Nor-
folk and Western a point: Atlantic Coast
Line a point; Northwestern a point, with
7 i point losses in many rails not men
In the industrials Steel led In strength,
closing firm at SlU. Copper a point off.
Can pfd. VA. Railway Springs 1. Colo
rado Fuel the average. Consolidated Oas
1H, Distillers IK. General Electric .
Tobacco J, Biscuit 2. People's Gaa 1, Mexi
can Oil 1, and others HaX.
Railway Preferred Easier.
The feature of yesterday's session of
the local exchange was the pressure on
railway preferred. This stock has Nnot
shown any sympathy .with strength in
the common. Yesterday IS shares were
marketed In nine lots, and the market
took It all with a slight recession, selling
to S3H from an opening at 34 with nine
shares at S93i and the last, sale at 83U.
4 The old stereotyped bid- of- S3 for the
common met the equally aged SC asked
' Not a transaction was reported In the
shares of the Capital Traction Company
s bid of 112 not bringing any response
from holders. There was none offered
at any price.
Mergenthaler was steady at VX; Gas.
small lot. 84U: D. S. Trust, small lot, I'd
and Continental Trust. 1156-
Potonvac consolidated lis, S9i; Traction
5s eased from lOTJf to 1074
It is understood that corporate leglsla
1 tlon under the lead ofthe President but
waits on the enactment of the currency
That the administration will in any
v,ay favor the Henry bill is not to bo
expected, as the policy, while it may be
more or less drastic, will look, more to
regulation -at corporations than to indi
That the President and the party lead
ers are opposed to interlocking director
ates is known.-
If there is one thing needed it Is some
action on the Sherman anti-trust law.
It is more responsible, from a financial
standpoint, for the hesitation in the
country than all other influences. There)
ought to bo a way to regulate corpora-
. tlons by supervision and through legal
I provisions that would govern and yet
, not destroy, that would make them amen
1 able and yet not disrupt unless disrup
tion Is of tome use to toe public; and up
to data the busted trusts have been even
greater money seekers and larger dirt
dendDayers than before disintegration.
The old adage, "Evil communications
corrupt eood manners," -might well be ap-
piled in the case of Mexican Petroleum.
Since the bad break of It) points In the
stock last week, attended by deferred ac
tion on the dividend, all kinds of rude
remarks have been passed on the com
pany and Its management, and the termi
manipulation" has been freely used. But
In this Instance It may be that, Mexican
Petroleum is a victim of circumstances
and is not really bad as painted. The
property it owns is good, and what Is
more, it appears to be well managed.
After disbursing S per cent dividends on
the common during the fiscal year 1S1Z,
Lucre rrpiainea a surplus or fbu,.anu
available for dividends. The manage
ment Is only showing ordinary prudence
In conserving the company's resources
during the present critical relation be
tween the United Etatea and Mexico.
The Mexican Petroleum Company Is
a holding company. It 'owns the entire
capital stock of the Huasteca Tamlahua,
almost all of the capital -stock of the
barrels of oil a day. A fact less gener
- 1 aly known Is that the Huasteca OH Com
pany. a subsidiary, has vaiuame con
tracts with the government of Mexico to
supply asphalt for street paving Its
Product Is used largely in paving and
repairing the streets of Mexico Clty.r
wnicn are as weu pavea as inose 01 any
other city on the North American conti
nent. All of tho cities of any impor
tance in Mexico are well paved with
asphalt, much of it supplied by the Hu
asteca Oil Company.
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET.
' Bla"i W " naib 5iA. Uw.
300 Alaska Oold June.... ...... 3fl
. no AUls-Cbalarn Sin raid .
10 Allis-Chalmm, rd Sta paid 1
O.TM Amalgamated Copper H
3 Am. Atri. Chemical....... IVi
SO Am. Beet Bt-sar...... 7TA
SJOO Am. Can Si
1.0CJ Am. Can. pfd... ....i. ...... 88
CO Am. ClUc...
COO Am. Cotton Oil
IV) Am. Cottcn Oil !..
TO Am. Ice Securities....
LSOO Am. Luueed... ....
903 Am. Llosetd pfd......
1100 Am. bmelUnt .......
3S 3CH XM
ku Am. Smelting- pfd .
100 Am. ftneltitc pfd. S ..
IX Am. bnnfr v us IX IX
3,113 Am. Tel. & TeL.,. UHt ltTtt 112.
900 Am. Tobacco. ZS St SC
803 Am. Tobacco pfd., new.... K0v 1C0 KO
S.tCO 'Anaconda .................. Zi 32S 2Ti
1.500 AtcUno ... SON tOW 90S
130 Atlantic Coast Use. Uli 1HS 11IV
vn o.u4.a r.1. ja jn M
' 1.50J Baltimore. & Ohio ..'"....'.. C 91 SIS
3 Betlileban Steel. 3 31i 3S
1.3D BrooUjn Bapld Tramit,.. S6S KT
100 Brooilrn United Gaa IS CTi JH
KO Batteries Compauj....... .17 X S
SO CaUfomU Pttrolrom....... 1S4 lli 1
II SID Canadian !aaac V 3 DS
709 Central Leataer...... SS S S
XO Cbesapraae & Ohio. S5V 5S 134
1 13 C . M. & St. P. 9S4 964 9TS
10) c m. i. st. p. tu ish ms ins
TOO Cbicaso 4 Northveatera... XS lilS CIS
100 c a. a st. l.......... xxx
5.103 Chino Con. Copper........ "Oi " 3S
000 Colorado Fuel & Iron...... J SS I
U00 Consolidated Oaf .. tSi 13 13.
SO) Com- frodscii. ........ l-t U K
100 Deere rid tTH srv, srtt
1JC0 DeUxan & Undaon U0S 1I9S ISO
100 Denier 4 Bio Grande pli W, Mi
WCJ DiaUllera' Securities. It II HX
4 100 Erie . as a
I.7O0 Erie Ut pfd. OH 19 9ti
500 Geneial Electric...... US IBS 1331a
100 B. P. Goodrich. UH U II
SCO B, r. Goodrich .pfd ES
VOW Great Northern vti IS
100 Great Northern B pet. pd. HS
100 Great hortlura Oro aub ... 31S
103 Gossenbeim Expurration...
LUO IUlnoU CratraL... ........
800 Inap. Copper
105S lOtS 105S
IIS 11 11
3.900 Interboro-Metra pfd....... 57S
400 Kasaae Citj & Southnn.. tlS 31
100 Laclede Gas. W 98
SO Lake Erie & Waters pfd.. It It
B.100 Leslsh Valler..... ... 1US 1US
L100 LoniariJe & Naahrlne...... iXH 13S
103 Mercantile Marine pfd...
400 JJexlcan retrueum....... K
300 Miami Cftpper.. HV
COO M,8tP.tS. 8.M 1S6S
100 M.. St. I". 4 S. S. M. L.L tl
XO M.. K. & T MS
103 Mlutwii radflc... -XS
433 National Biacolt ....... 13)
101 VattocaI E- & S ...... 13S
3 National Lead OS
100 Sat. K. B. of M. M pfd.. 11
2900 erada Con. Copper........ US
IJ00 New Tori Central...
7,197 Y., N. 1L H......... W HS tl
ah.T..o w. . a ss
330 .Norfolk & Western 12M 103 10Z
200 North America......... 71 71 II
159 Northern Pacluc......... MS 103S 105S
133 racine T. & T....l...... 3 S S
450 PacUJc '.Mail... .............. SS SS
4.500 Fesnsjlranla, Eauroad... 10TS 107 107S
300 roplee Qui Coal... IBS 13 VS.
400 PlttstJuirh.. Coal. .... US IS 19
900 Pittaburair.Coal pfd....... CSS 17 cTS
no Preaaed Meet Car........ ttS aS MS
an Pullman Palace Car. ..S3 IB IB
TOO Bailwar Steel Sprint...... 2JS 3 33
3 Bar Con. Copper.......... ITS ITS ITS
86.700 Beading 1S9S UGS W
100 Readlns 3d pfd... M 14 84
400 Bep. Iron & Steel... .. US . US IBS
W0 Bep. Iron Steel pfd... J8S TSS 7SS
(0 Bock Islasd............. 13S US Bia
1JO0 Bock Island pfd..... . SS SHd SOS
100 EumeU pfd . tSS 45S 4SS
100 Seaboard Air line........ MS US US
U0 Seaboard Air Line pfd. 44S 1H MS
500 St L & 8. F... .1 . 5 5 6
100 St. L 4 8 y. 3d pfd... I I
100 EL L. 4 8'weatern pfd.. 57 57 57
300 Sean-Roebuck .............. IRS in 173
3,100 Southern Padfle.......... SSS E3 84S
400 Southern Pacific ctfa...... 80S SS NS
830 Southern Railway ... US . US 31S
600 Southern RaUwar pfd..... TSS IS 75
300 Studebaker .........., 17 US US
S-a Erndebaker ti.."....... OS MS MS
L100 Tennessee Copper....... .. a 37S a
100 Texas & Puifie............ 12S ttS US
000 Texas Compan7......,....'10B J07S 107S
300 Third Arenn......... 37S 37(
Win Pln ntW TT T . fUU YfM L
47,700 Union radflc......ltS 14SS 1S
n. union t-aano pia... ........ ns ks, fl
100 United Dry Goods pfd... 99 SO W
200' D. 8. Realty Imp,........ GfS ' M .
4.800 V. S. Bobber MS SL ESI
-M U. M. Rubber lit Ttfd... H . ISS S
7J.K0 V. S. Steel . . 7 MS ESS. St
100 U. 8. Steel pfd.. -. 103 IMS
8.500 Utah Copper............... 4i 47S
159 Wells Farro...... ...... I 95 95
Wl Western Uoo Telesraph., 1S COS QU
1900 Westluhtnse ...... ...u. 65 OS
900 Woolworth . .. 88S 87S 8BS
Total sales. ISS rig shares, against 17.571 Satadaj;
159J-J a weas sro. and a,au a year am.
OUTSIDE SECURaTY ifOTES
New Tork. Nor. 10 The tradinc on thsj outside
aecurltles markai today was ardet and lrnwular.
There was no special feature to the daJbtss interest.
brtnr scatterM tnrcusnout s ismr troaa list. Tile
evHaltiea were aEain'fhemost nroQiiMnL. hot af
ynftfmi has enboded considerably atnog the close w
Prices were ceneraHj lower, due to ths easier
tone of the stock market mnd the lack of demand.
The metal shares wen arain Quiet sad barely
NEW YORK MONEY.
Xrv York. 2or. 10.31oner" en caE on th af4r
exenanea today cpened at 3S per cent: highest, 4;
lowest. 3S; cloclnc at 3S per cent. 110 of ths
dar'a loans were made at 3S per cent.
The week cpecs with the tans mortej market duQ
and inclined to drop on the stroncer banting posi
tion shown in Saturday's statement. Borrowers an
biddiss S of 1 per cent less .for four months ad
Tsncee. as cempared' with the dosing quotation oq
the last week.r
Rates are S per cent for atrtr and sinets- dara.
4Sa5 per cent for foctr fire, and six months.
He week- opens -with conditions Is tae inercaniar
- Vp arfrt rnctktllr BKlap Bo - - cm
the buHr oC it. For prima same ftnw la H
Spr.rfs.i-iitoth.the prevtou. low records reached In the
tota3tS55r "t depression on October 11 Then a
thmance of tbe present etaia of affalp. owing to the
Knrahhed br N. U Cupenttt A Co.
NEW YORK COTTON.
Open. Hlih. Low. C1ok.,sSL. ' -
December. USD 113 1110 !W gS, "
Jitraur. ......... M.M J3.H li ttC J" VX5?""
JUr... .......... . 1U) 1U EI IU
NEW YORK CURB -MARKET.
Fcndibrd br W. B. HJhU A Co.
AtUnU GoldSeld. ....
Bar State Oia..
Bnden CCOTer CX.................
BrltU) Columbia Copper.............
Backere rixw line
Goldfleld Ouuotlditcd..... ........,
Gtroux Ccpun' ..,.............
Kerr lake. ..
Mines Company of America.........
National Transit........... ..
NIpUdnf Mine Company. ...
TemUkamlns -....a,.,....... ......
Union Tank Line...................
United Ctfir Itom ..................
United Copper pfd.................
Fnrnlalied by N. L. Carpenter & Co.
, New Tork. Not IX
Total.............. 1.0 T7.-7J
New York. Xov. 1ft. doainc nuotntlona
for miscellaneous bonds:
American Hide & L. 6s u.
Am. T. & T. cvt. 4i ,....
.T., T. &.a F. gen.. 4 J
Baltimore & Ohio 4H
Brooklyn Rapid T. -is
C. B. & Q. joint s
C, MIL & St. P. cvL tMs..i ,
C, R. I. & P. rfg. 4s
C. R. L i P. R. R. col. trust Is.
Den. & R. Grande rfc. s.. .......
j-iisTiuers c. u. s ts
Intebroro-MeL 4H 7s
Interboro R. T. rfg. ts 9SH
N. T. Cen.-U S 3Hs 73
N. Y.. N. II. i H. deb. 6s, when
Norf. & W. con. 4s .. S3
Pennsylvania 3Hs. 191; 97
Ray Con. Cop. s 103H
Reading general 4s 93S
Southern Pacific cvt. 4s 84
Third Avenue adj. 6s 9$
Union Pacific 1st 4s 94H
XI S. Rubber 6s 101.
U. & Steel s. f. is 100',
Total sales 11.779.000. aa-alnst SS70.O0O Sat-
urday. 31,712,000 a week ago. and 12.038.-
000 a year aga
WALL STREET GOSSIP
Steel Orders Decrease, 450,013 tons.
C. D. Barney sold about 5,000 Can.
Foster Lounsbury'a selling SL Paul.
London Copper closed easy off 10 shlll
legs from morning.
k Foreign exchange opened firmer at ad
vance of 10 to 15 points.
Spald On a further recession of half
a point would buy stocks for a turn.
Bpys are selling Steel on big decrease
in unfilled tonnage 330,000 was expected.
The Supreme Court -today held valid
the Vermont law taxing savings deposits
In national banks in that State.
J. W. Lapsley The decline in stocks
during the last hour is attributed by the
room to the Boston bear crowd. Whether
this is correct or not. the buying power
is certainly so small that It cannot help
rjut encourage ine oear element.
In the case of the receivers of th
Third Avehuet Railroad and the Metro
politan Street system of New York City,
Involving the corporation tax the Su
preme Court today decided In favor of
It is confidently asserted that the New
aen bona issue, would -bo-withdrawn
by tEe directors of the road. ana that the
company -would resort to' short-term
notes as a temporary expedient to meet
its unancial requirements:
Saying that he considered the pro
posed conference -of Senate. Democrats
on currency caned for .Wednesday, "both
unwise ana injudicious, ' Senator O'Gor
man. o New York, predicted it would
result in delaying passage of currency
legislation .by arousing antagonism of
The application for certiorari In the
case of the Americom Bell Telephone
Company against the Western Union
leiegrapn.uompany was denied by the
Supreme. Court -yesterday. The case in
volves -35,000,000 for awards made by the
lower court ror payment ty the telephone
company of a royalty or bonus to the
C J. Housman Blue Monday, as
usual, comes around- with wonderful
regularity. Despite the tact that we have
a good bank statement, which should
help our money market, the Mexican
situation looms up continually, so
prominently that It Is the one thrnc-
affecting speculation, and this morning
it 100ns aooui as naa as it -can be.
Prices in Xondon are irregular. Steel
and Copper, are down 1-4 to 3-8 and bal
ance ijp 1-4 to 3-S.
8. "B- ChaPln & Co. to -W. TlJ Hihh.
Jt Co. The., further break la prices was
-chiefly duo,to-the dwrelopment Of more
- Uquldatlori and fresh pecuJUy sell-
tag on th. crUli In the Mexican sltua-
good deal of covering occurred and the
market closed slightly better than the
As the Mexlcan situation Is the dom
mating- factor over everything else, we
m v UU. UGUGIDiMP IWUCI Will ftlj iftf Ok
t-X prove mors than temporary nnleu mm,.
thing- should suddenly transpire to ro-
" store order there without this govern-
ICintdUa Cold ft Burer..
(Jtunbtn KtrUnd.. ........
CUT of Cobtlt...
NlDlssuts ...... T n
Peterson Lake......................... Mi
Blent of rtaj.. .................. ......
SUrer Queen.........,......,,.....,,, ....
Trethewaj- .............................. St
WeUlaufor .......................... .07H
NEW YORK PRODUCE.
New Ycrk, Nov. 10.-IILLFEED
Lower, light dealings. Spring bran. In
100-pound sacks. Z33aS.50; standard mid
dling, 23.SaSJ0; Western red dog. 29;
wlnter wheat, in 100-pound sacks, to ar
rive, 3C10: city bran. In bulk, 23; Argen
tine bran, to arrive. 22.C0.
RYK FLOUR Flat: trade is moderate.
Good to choice, at 3.7Ca3.93, In barrels.
COn.N'MEAL-Firm: business Is In
active. Kiln-dried, for export, 3.7: coarse
meat, in oags, 1 wai u.
UUCKWHISAT FLOUR Slow, with
prices steady: scpclles are small. Choice
quotM at rioaz.TO per 100 pounds.
HAY RecelDts. 1.034 torn: atearfv
choice Is wanted. Quotations: No. 1 tim
othy, ICC; standard, 100; No. & 93a7Hc;
No. 3. S5c f
STRAW Receipts, none: firmer; supply
PORK Steady: moderate lnaulrr. Mm
23.CCa21.Mi family. 23.0Ca27.00; clear, 19.75a
BEEF Steady: deallnes are Insetlv.
Packet. 19COa20.00: family. 2ft.ada22.oa.
LARD Firm; Inactive business. Prime
western. u.iu; renned continent. 1L4S;
South American, 12.10; refined, Brazilian,
In keen. 1X10: beef stearlne. 9Ue ks1:
lard stearlne quiet; New York, llc.
rurelaBrd bj W. a Ulhba Co.
Bohemia IS IS
Calumet & Arizona... ............ ......... (2S O
Calumet & Htcla......... 405 410
Copper Banse......................... 3S ST
Iast Butte. It US
Franklin 3 3s
Indiana ............................ 3S 3S
Salle SS 3V
JUjort allej . 4 4S
MsjUower IS T
Merstnthaler tlt 217
Mlchltsn . . . I IS
Mohaak 40S 41
North Butte .......... 3W 23S
North Lake ... ....... 1 IS
Old CWonr...... IS
OU Dominion..... 4s ISS
Onra S3 100
Oseeoa ... .......................... T '"
Onlncy . S S3
Shannon OS f
South Lake 3S SS
Swift . IMS IMS
Tamarack ........... .?j... 27 2S
Trinity . 4S 5
Culled lYoit 13 151
L'tah ConsoUdated...................... 8S (S
Mctoria IS IS
Wblrerlna .. ........................ .... 42S
rundabad br W. B. UlbU Co.
PORK Open. Ulsa
January................ 30J5 20J0
HJ.. ............ ...... JOlSJ S0L2T
January...... laSO 10.83
JUr.. 10.53 10.J7
Jsnuary.:...... N.67 10.72
Jsnuary.. ......1.. 1180 10.83
CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET.
Furnlihrd by W. B. Hibbs A Co.
WHEAT- Open. Hit. Low Qne.
necember.............. 85S M 85S 8SS
liar..... 90S 1 90S fS
Decembcr.. ........... OS 60S OS
3isr... 70S TOS TOS TOS
Oecember . ....:. 38S 3SS 3SS S8S
Slay ... 42 42S 4IS 42
NEW ORLEANS COTTON.
Furnished br N, L. Carpenter A Co.
Open. Hlrh. Low. Bid. Asked.
December. 13.21 I3L33 13.11 13-30 US,
j-buarr . na isss 1S.M ast. liss
March 1122 13.41 13.17 13.40 UO
liar.. 1131 13.47 US 13.M 13.47
July 13.43 13J0 13 31 13.U 13J0
BALTIMORE STOCK MARKET.
Baltimore crrr stocks.
Sewcrare SSa, I960. tl
OAS AND ELECTRIC
ConsoL 0 O.IL 4Sa, 1964. S3 SS
Con. O. t L i P. com. ICO............ lot loss
Con. G. E. U pfd.. 160... .... ... 108
Bslttmora Trust ... uv
Mercantile T. ft D. Co. . .... ... 167
Muuey Trust ..,........ ... 17
Katissal Bask of Baltimore. 103....... .... 181
National Bask of Commeree, 5..,.... SIS ..,
National City Bank............ S3
Kational Exchassa. ISO................. ... let
Oa. South, at Fla, 1st pfd. 100 ... .... K
Seaboard Air line pfd.. 100.... .... ... 44S
Cnittd By A si. Co. 50.................. 35S , ....
Ga.. Car & Nor. Ut 5a. 129. . 10!S
Oa. South, as Fla. 1st 5a, IMS IffiV
Oeorria i. Alabama Con. ...... I62S
New Orleans, Mobile. Chlcajo 5s...... 47 4!S
Atlanta -Con. TSt. By. 5a. 1S33 .", ..'. :
Ba. Sp. PL Ch. 1st 4Ss. US3 ....
City & Suburban 1st ta, 1S2. 102 19&
Oar ft Suburban (W.) 1st 5s. )... SOS
FslrmMnt ft CUrtsbnrr 5a. S ....
Knoxnile Traction 1st 5s, 1J3 101 102S
U. Ro. EL 1st 5s ltd.. 19C 101
4-Newrort News ft Old rolst 1st 5a, 1335.. ... WS
Korrolk St, C Hi 1st Ss. Otl Its ICC
United. B, ft E. Fund. 5s. 195S......... 85 85S
Cnlted R. ft S. Co. lst'4s. 1941 S2S 83
United R, ft E. Co. iser4t,t OS M
Con. Ccal. ICO.. .-,.,....... 35
Con. Coal ta........................... SS 9
Con. Coil Rrf. &s..'........v 85S KX
O-D.-S. Brew Ox-lst Is, L. 42S
BALTIMORE WHOLESALE MARKET
GREEK FRUITS AND TEGETABUS-Appea.
near br. net bbL. loose packed. !JSaLS: da. ser
bbL, fair ta good, LOOal 35; dat Wrstern Marland
and PransTlTanla. per bbL, patted, ilOOal 50; do,
hew Tork; per bbL, assorted. tSGal 00. "Beets, na
tire, pn- bushel, srren. 4Sa"'-da, Florida, per S
bbl. basket, men, tOOaSJS. Csb8a-e.- Xew Ycrk.
State, per ton. Danish. UOOsSXOO: da. da. da.
per too, domestic 12.00al5.09; dat natlie, per 100,
20S.LO! ConHnower, New Tork. per bbL. LOOaLSL
Celery, New Tork, per crate, washed. ZOSalTJ; do.
da, da, routh. LJSaLTi. Cranberries, Cape Cot,
per bbL) teeeUSf do, da., per box. UOiXlS.
Cucamben. FTotMa, pet basket, lOOaUO. Ea
ptants. Florida, per crate, 258a-0O. Grapes. Con
cord, per Mb. basket, Hal; da. Tatars, -per 5-Ib,,
basket, 'leslT; Salun, prr. Ux basket, llaf
Catawba, ber 5-Hx basket. Ual5. CrsDefruiL. Florida.
per box, XWaUS. Kale, satire, per box. aSaB.
w Ssjt basiu5aL0.
Ittac. Mtrre. pes- Desun pec, -suo; da. KotfoB-,
I land tad PcSMrtraala. yellow, pe
as.. New Xerk and (Western, jttttw. per baaee.
SdO: da.. New Tort ssd Westers, per teek. U8
Ptsrs. New Tort. Bartktt. per eL, No-I, ICssiMS P -. ?: orassea. ?:, g J"
do.. 4k. Nv 1 Seek, per L. MsasJO; da, do.. .: da. rierite. per certe. ta. : jrfBe
No. 1 fiMdsa. per bhU. 10880: v.ito, No. J- sJet, norWt ptoss. per ants t,T5tAJ:
Vl vm &.. lrt Mr Uj.. ctbf Ikuf. Mr Mo IK.1M. mmm. nee ha. LGOs,
..-.': !3&s .!.!?'
". N. J" SS:,.
m ana iirgsiu. mjo; ... "-.? - "PS'
aire, each, MQebn. No. 1. per bet. MW.W:
IfaX: XSttor KWI bukrt. Ses.
Florid", per S-buM artier t. Torss r
tire, per lash! bar. ZTKTB.
PbtxTOywJTitiT. per but, box. o. I.
5aTv: do,. Weatara MarjUnd sad Pennarlraala.
per boa., prime, TJaSO; do.. Vain and New Tors.
rer naa,, 73 to: ao. xastern Bnore, per 00a,, r.o. 1,
56aE9; awaett. Eastern Shore jtUtMt, per bbl 75a.
L00; do., do., per baa., 48aJ0r do. Anne Arundel, per
bbL, yellow UeaUft
l18B. CLAUS. AND OTSTXRS-Baas. aearfar.
per lb., lealf; carp, per lb.. r aocoa, per bbl,
CeTSHtOO; Sounders, per Bx, lao: srax treat, 'per
otw lam. I0.00al2.00; do., per DDL, amau to me-1
dlum. l.tSaa.'Si star or butter lab. par box. lam. I
(.OOalOJO: salmon trout, per Bx, sals, spots, per Ur. J
nearbj, Bali;, rock. hoaUnf, per lb.. t2alj; da, me
dium, per lb., iaM; do., pan, per lb,, Sal; white
perch, larce, per Rx. tOall; da. small to medium, j
per IU. Sas; do., xeilow, per to., lam, Bal3; da. ;
da, per lb., small to medium, 3a3; mackerel, bay.'
per lb.. Sa3; utlora, lane, per lb., fait; do. small
to medhan, per lb., 4a5: catfish, per lb. SaCj eels, j
CSsTS; Waters, endee raw box. per bbL, lOOaJJD; I
Co., prunes, per bbL. SJEaZ.50; da, cuits, per wn. 1
LITE rOCLTBT-Cbicksns, okl hens, betry, perl
lb.. 13; do., small to maJhun. per lb.. Ill da. oldl
roosters. per.Jb.. 10; da, prtnc: Urn. lb. II;
ua. small ta eudtsn. la. is: oucas. ota. iou.
13aU: da. sormz. 1 lbs. and ortr. per tb.t Call:
da. smaller, per lb. Hall; raieons. jounx. per
pair. 30; da, old. per pair. 50:-rli fowl, old,
each, 20; da. roans. 1 lb. and orer. eS: do.
rounc amaDer, each, 40s 14 ; tsrkere, jount, lbs.
and orer, per lb. ITaB; do. oil, per lb. Iff
ceeao, nearer, per Ihu ltaU; do. Southern ct
Western, per lb.. lsslL
EGOS Marjtand, Pennsrlranla, and nearby firsts.
lose off. per doa,. 33: Westers firsts, loss off, 35;
West Vlrrtala arsU. loss off, 34a35; Southern firsts.
BCTTEH-CreimerT. faacr. per lb,. 3U33; choice.
2H33; do,, sood. 27a3: da. prints. JaS3: do. blocks.
SaS; ladles, a2J: Uarrland and rennolrania rolls.
SaSr Ohio roDa, S West VlrjiiUa- rolls. S: stors
packed. tl; Hanland, Vlrclnla. and Pennarhanisl
dalrj prists. 23; process butter, STaSt,
WASHINGTON STOCK EXCHANGE.
Salea-Rffnlar call. 12 o'dork noon. "
Potomac cons. Ss. 51.000 at 90S.
Washinrton RaUwar and Electric inferred. at
OS. B at 80S. 25 at.tSS. at SS. -34 at US
S at WS. 5 st 80S. 15 U 894, 5 at 8tftL.
tvaaomzton uaa, I at nn. . .
Ifergenthaler, 4 at 218. 5 at 2i. 1 at IU. '
United sutes Trust, 3 at 133.
Continental Trust, ( at IMS.
Capital Traction 5s. ja.0O3 at I07S. 11.000 U ITS.
Sltm at UTS, ILOOO at UTS. I1J00 at 1CIS.-H at
U. S. r-x. 2s ............... ........ KS ITS
U. 8. coupon Is........................ tss SIS
U. H. rec. 5s.............. ....:.. JCS 185S
D. 8. coupon Ss........,......,.... 1CCS 103S
U. S. rex. is.... ...... ......... 109S HIS
U. 8. coupon la..........,,,
Georzetowa Gss 5a...............
Washinrton Gsa 5s....................
CanUal Traction 5s..........
Columbia It. It- ................
Columbia R. IL 5s... ...... ......
Metrepolltsn R R. (a............
nsauniton natiwar ft Electric la..... 10
Pctomse Electric cons. 5............. 9)
rotomse Electrie Urht 5s.... ....... US
Chesapeake ft Potomac Telephone Ss.... ICES
Amerlcan'TrlcphoDt. ft Tclesraph la... 90
American Trlepboo ft Ttlfrrslh ISs 90
Washlntton Market Sa, 1927............ ....
Washinrton Msrket Ss. 9C..........
V sshinrton Market Cold Storare 5a.
Norfolk ft Wsshlartoo Steamboat ta... MS
Itlrcs Itealtr 5s (locfl............. ...... K1S
Utrja Realty Sa (lion). .............. TOS
rCBUO UTIUTT STOCKS
Capital Traction ........ .......... IB
wash, rsuwae Kcctne com...... 93
Wsahlnrtoo Rallwaj ft Eectrie, pfd... 89
onoia ac auuirtoo eieamnoau.... ier
-Aashhiton Gsa ........................ 94S
Amencsn Tciepnone sa Tciecrspn..... us
TYPE MACHINE STOCKS.
Merresthaln .. 211
Lanston aionotjiw..................... cv
NATIONAL, BANK STOCKS.
Capital ......................... 23
Commerciat ....................... IS4
Farmers ft Mechanics.............. 7
Federal ..... .................. ISS
Lincoln ............... Ml
Metrocolltaa ............................. 191
Second .................................. 150
National Bank of Wsahmtton........ 2a)
TRUST COMPANY STOCKS.
American Security ft Trust........... 230
.National sailncs ft . tot... ......... 2C5
Union Trust ...,........... 122S
Uashlcrton Loan ft Trust.......... SB
United States Trust.................... IS)
Continental Trust........................ 113
SAVINGS BANKS STOCKS.
Bank of Co-amerce ft 8aTiasa. ....... 13
East Washington Sannra.. ........... II
FIRE INSCttANCE STOCKS.
ArUnrton ............................. II
t-orcoraa ............................... S3
firemen s a..................... a
Oa. Amer. ............ 2(0
NatlonaT Union ................. 5S
TITLE INSURANCE STOCKS.
Ileal Litste Tttle............. .......... B
Chapin-Sacka ........ 160
U. C. Taper life. Co...... I 131
Grtpbophona com... ..... ....
Graropbone pfd......... w..
MerJhanta' Transfer ft Storaje...... 107
naausitoo Market.................. 17
Tba market for traits and recetabla waa steady,
but betas Monday roods passed comparaUTely slowly.
An the winter roods appeared weTL Spinach, kale.
turnips, both fellow and white, parsnips, caoliijowcr,
cabbace. and celery were la sufficient receipts for
Unseasonable YrrrtaNes passed for tame strooa
Brutes. Toms tons, lettuce, and beans ruled tan oa
Heary receipts of Florida fruits resulted in un
changed Agrees. Ptneaonlea and grapefruit con
tinued firm, whue oranges ruled steady '
Ko changt marked other fruits or Tecetablea,
Fresh ecrs were Terr stroni. none aBpearJnr to
Ml -tba arrant derasnd. No chanre uuuaied oa
(Lam lots onlr an (noted below. Jobbers trices
art higher.) r
EUGS-Ntarby firsts, per dog. 38a40: Southern.
LARD Tab. rare, nee lb.. 12Sat2"a: da. cnmmnn.
per lb. misll Cottonseed oIL per can. 102.
BUTTER Best mint. new. ter lb,. 35: tub. per
in. h; process, per lb. zeazi; ondergTadcs, per 1&.
"S29. store-pscked, per lb. l9a2L
CBEESE-New York. new. cer IK- 17: fiat, cat
la, IIS: Swiss, domestic, per lb.. 23: do. loreign.
twr lb.. 24
LIVE POUtTRY-Hcns. per Bx, II; roostna, per
lb, : spring chickens, per lb,. 15al8; ducks, par
is., uaii; ranters, per in. isaa.
tlllKEN GOODK-Yams? per bhL LOOal.23: sweet
potatoes, per bbL. L25SLTS; potst-s. per sack 135
da. No. 2. per bbL. LOOaLSO; beans, per baa.. T3a
z-so; oa. per bbL, 3J0a3.00; cabbage, per bbL. 1 00a
I JO, carrots, per bnncb, 2s3. radishea. uomerown.
per ISO. SHLOO; lettuce, per baa SO-200; ermbUngs.
per crate, TSaLOO; celery, per doz., 25a50: da .per crate,
L50aL00; encumbers, per has., tOOaSJO; Western
jtlloaL unions, per bag. 200a2.2S; whht onions, per
bus. LOOaLSO; beeta. per 100 btrcchet, aa35i toms.
toes, bome-rrawn. box. LOOaS.50: tuna beans, shelled.
per qt. 25a35; peepers, per crate, tSaSO; ecrplanta.
per crate. l.rtstW;. turnips, per bbl, TSsI 25; per
nox, aesio: caullsower, per bbL, LsDaz.ot'; Co., par
crste. eeaLOO: aouash. cer bbL. TSalOO: oumskina.
escb, taM; eplnaeh, per bbL. SOaTI; kale, per bbL.
cwacu; cranoemev Pec amau uox. j.b; per sst.
boo 271. do., -oar bhl L50aL3.' Bmaael'a
aprouta. per-qt., IZaii, ,
JUIS.U UOUU3 Katy betas, per oca,, xieaxjo
DRESSED POULTRT-Chlckena. per lb.. ICslTj
hens, choice, per lb. 1UU; ducks, -per lb, Uall;
tnrkeyp, per lb., 20; roosters, per lb., 11.
UVB STOCK-Vesl ealrea. choice, per lb. nil IS:
medtua. per lb. It rfmnwm. pel in., sat aueu.g
Ismbc bear, per lb.. TH; da. erdmary, per Dx.
CSaT: 1st hres.'rwr lb.. tsIS
DKBSDED GOODS-Drtsaed mrt. per Rx. lOallt
rabbHt, per doa. tOOaltn.
BKgajs-4-iotar. red. per lb. use ns. so. tisa.
per lb. B: da. alfalfa, per tb.. lHaIiSr Umotbr
aeedj per butheL ZXitM; errksrd grass, per bushel.
.seaLa; red top. per IB. aaa taut graaa. per
11AI. STRAW. AND CORN-HU. best ttmotar.
Per ton, JUS da, medium. 1T.CC; cU hsr, 10.08a
M.a):ttrw, Ions; rre, per ton. lUOl da. tangled rje.
H.0bsI4.t wheat straaf. 100; cars. ear. per bbL.
"S n m-m m Khl S fla .
'WOOL AND HIDES-WooL tfaabM, free of burrs, t
pet Jb, Jtan; wool, aswsseeo, petn aisus.
dry. per Hx. UaU: .iwa 4sj, per Jb,. MjtaKI
HAa.ua m, ealfaUna, jreea, wet. ISSslJlr
BW bases, per &., 13. -
VL.'ZFZter-JZJSr --SH" ifi-i
do! tuiJSTS fZJ?ZJ?1
hst ffi,5i S.J'sl m
S7-1T KrJSLJ-TS: T'J.' rSieT.
fSJ??-,"' criU, UtoMS.
ji.' V s - "! "J"'; fV
W 11, lMsjESii a. ad, MfJr to
I5"' " "" waissi, saaa; 00. eoi. j,
f; -: "tt perch, larpa. lSaMido.. whits,
I "a f: rnow perea. bm. trdo sauH. I;
jmackerO. 29; rode, toast, J9s3; do.. Bedtmni U;
saknon trout, crsiar trout, lane. IsaBtda, smslL
sis; fiormders, 1st; catfish. losBl ireea Bike nattre.
ccK iMdmm tn U -i, br
tslla-sf-at- IftlTV 1A A eeH.tl rfMWall rflSSBSaW(-
WS W. iOI OD. 2D CilBt. Off UDL UJV sVUEKTB.
tu to rise iltU caUop Vt qL. 0; shriotp. pet
U 35; Uocfisb, U; rulmoii. 8 rah cod. 21; h4.
1 doe, is.
eWS Thc Herald -
This dally news restore of The
JTsshlrgton Herald Is for the bens
fit of ererybody interested In motion
Suggestions, comments, criticisms.
Inquiries, and questions Inrlted Ad
o.i co.mmunlcatlons to Motion
Picture Editor. Washington Herald
FIRST TIME. REELS SHOWN TODAY.
Th. Locked Room (LuWnl-rirSTrkk.
-The Doctor's Dutj- IXdisonl-Plckwick.
"Prloa of Tboui4tleaness (Vltsrrsfi)-Pickwick.
"The Price of 1 ictory" (Labia feature)-Palace.
"Tba Mas Outside'' (Easansjl-l'ilace.
'The Bifala" (Usjotlc)-ColonUL
"The farnpsltn Manairreas" fTtiinhnrrserl Oo
looiaL ,. ,. .
"For Mcthefa Sake' (Kaj-Beel-CoteiUL
"Heart of a Craciaanan-impreaa,
"Sum Gets s Rewsrd Empress.
"Weatcrn Hearts Empress,
A magnificent castle with turrets and
parapets and towers pointing Into the
cloud-bung.- skies is the feature of one
of the largest drop-curtains for scene
erer attempted in moving pictures. The
"drop" is eighty feet long and forty feet
It is the work of the Vitagraph Com
pany of America, for a play entitled
"Heartsease." The scene takes m not
only the painted castle but. a whole for
ward wing of the building as well, re
produced in wood and brick. This por
tion catches lire in the play and U rav
aged by wind-driven flames that leap
from Its windows and break through the
crevices in its stone walls. The entire
scene represents an old English castle
of -the medieval period with the accom
panying terraces, green lawns and box
hedge gardens. A sparkling fountain
plays Its leaping waters before the front
entrance of the dignified and impressive
old stronghold of barons, and beautiful
women and a luxury of bright cotors Is
supplied by the artistic floVrer beds.
The painting of the large drop curtain
was done by John Moore, and the scene
was planned and laid out by Dllrectnr
I Rogers Lytton, both members of the
A. If- Wynkoop. producing manager
of the Motograph Company, has secured
the contract of producing a three-reel
health feature film for Dr. Henry Board
man, the English lecturer and traveler
now touring this continent to investigate
the conditions and methods this country
ha established for the physical better
ment of its citizens. The film will teach
a strong lesson In eugenics and show
several phases of eery-day life that will
establish the fact that more stringent
laws are necessary for the long life of
"Movies cenror." is Queens Mary's
latest lob. Every evening a picture show
is given at Balmoral Castle, but tho
Queen has a private exhibition every
morning, when she rejects any film she
..7 -thinks likely to corrupt the morals of
Last week a picture of Lady lHana
Manners, daughter of the Duke of Rut
land, doing a bacchanalian dance, which
was taken for private exhibition, was
shown to the Queen, but she was hot
rifled because the film showed Lady
Diana changing her skirt and ordeied it
destroyed, although the Duke of Rut
land is among her most intimate friends.
"The Rivals." a very amusing Ma
jestic farce, shown at the Colonial to
dy, takes an unusually original turn
when 1'at conquers bis rival for tne
hand of the widow Murphy by imper
sonating his own ghost.
The widow knows all the time that
Pat Is hopelessly enamoured of ber
charms but she flirts with a dozen
others, keeping him continually on the
verge of despair. At Mulligan's ball
things reach a crisis. The leader of
the German band falls a victim to the
widow, who eggs him on and Pat
gives Steldenstlcker a good thrashing.
He is hauled off and away from the
ball by his sweetheart when he has
seen her safely home, however, he re
turns 'to the scene of conflict. His
friends rally to his support, and they
fight the leader and all the band.
The German challenges Pat to a duel.
On the day appointed Pat -appears and
at the first shot drops to the ground.
as though dead. The bandmaster is a
notoriously poor shot. At sight of.
what he has done, he flees, panic-
stricken. Pat rushes Into a convenient
flour mill, and emerges a specter of
himself. This appalling- apparition
chases the superstitious- German, who
believes It is a warning from the other
wocld to keep away from the wldOTA
Pat clears the field, and wins the fair
Princess Mona Darkfeatber, Is the
newest addition to the Kalem forces.
This clever little actress will be seen
in a qew production, which gives her
a splendid opportunity to show her
ability in maun roles. Jilts Dark
feather, who really Is an Indian prln
cess, portrays the role of Wanda,; the
Hop! mala. In the new western, fea
ture, "An Indian Maid's Strategy.
SEEK B00MING-H0USE THIEF.
Police oa Trail ot Alleged Surveyor
to Answer Itobberles.
The police are looking for a rooming
house, thief who tor the past few days
has made a number of successful hauls.
The man In question goes to a rooming
house, engages two rooms for himself
and two friends, tells the landlady br
landlord he and his friends are surveyors.
He goes away for almost a day, comes
back, asks the housekeeper to fix up his
room, and while this Is being done he
goes through other rooms In the house,
taking what valuables he can easily
HEART DISEASE CLAIMS THREE.
One 'White Man and Two Negrroea
tre? Victims or Malady.
Heart disease yesterday caused the
death of Michael C. Connelly, sixty-seven
years old, at bis homo. Uo Thirteenth
Street Southeast. Connelly died suddenly
about 9 o'clock. I
Ksa jonnsoa. , colored, oi cedar
Heights, Md.. dropped dead in front, of
13$S R Street Northwest yesterday morn
ing. Heart disease also 'was the cause
William F, Green, colored, farty-ntee
years old.-, was found dead In bedat his
jiuinev awi-itw vevey Aveiuo.pivrieiwcsi i
early yesterday morning. Heart disease i
Regiaeat Eitraiew at RtMlya
fer Service m Mexkaa
1T. I V . . . a MA .ss-Mf-O.
lSt.KAKKWK IS III flKKIfklfS
I " -sf A J W stWilsTH'T
More-Best Iacates P&a of Deirt-
nemt te B Reiy fer Ar Emer-
gescT Wluci May Ante.
One little debutante of the coterie Just
couldn't bear up any longer whea she
beard the order to "march" given tad
saw the, troops, the boys of the gjallant
Fifteenth Cavalry, start for the statios.
"Going way to Texas, probably never to
come back, probably to be killed!" sho
exclaimed twixt sobs in her muff. "I
honestly can't stand it," and she turned.
away and refused to be comforted.
And while many about her bid farewell
In laugh and Jest her type was la the
majority. Everybody who knew the of
ficers and men of the Fifteenth, which
had been stationed at the local .army
post for more, than five years, was gen
uinely sorry to see them ga
"My, how we'll miss Alex Searles. Carl
Bradford, Warren Dean, and the rest of
the regiment's officers," exclaimed one of
the matrons in the farewell party as the
four troops of cavalry disappeared.
The troops, seventy men In- each, en
trained at Roeslyn shortly after 10
o'clock yesterday morning. Probably the
army never sent a more popular group
of officers to the vicinity of the Capital.
CoL Garrard, commanding the regi
ment, was extremely popular her.
Drstn ta Crack Drlllaman.
Capt, Warren Dean, who waa connect
ed with the regiment for several years,
is one of the best drillmasters la the
army, and with the crack cavalrymen of
the- regiment entertained local society- on
more than one occasion with his brother
officers, Lieut. Searles and Lieut. Brad
ford. More than- that one debutante who Just
couldn't help shedding that one tear
will miss the gallant Fifteenth.
While War Department officials laid
special stress on the fact that this move
ment waa planned a"( month ago and that
It "has nothing to do with possible inter
vention." It was admitted that the main
reason for the transfer ot the Fifteenth
Cavalry Is to give the United Etatea a
force adequate for Intervention in
Northern Mexico if It Is decided to take
It has been announced that the Fif
teenth Cavalry and the Tenth Cavalrt.
new at Fort Ethan Allen. Vt, are to
relieve the Second and Fifth Cavalries at
Fort Bliss, Tex- and Huachuca, Ariz. It
Is known, however, that this "relief" will
not take place for some time In other
words, that the Second and Fifth will
not start Northward until It Is certain
that they will not be needed for service
south of the border. In the meantime the
transports which are supposed to bring
these regiments to New Tork City will
wait, provisioned and equipped, at Gal
veston. Tex. where they can be as easily
utilized to carry troops to Vera. Crux aa
to send men to New lork.
In this manner the army means to hold
Itself always ready for any emergency
which will necessitate the use of a con
siderable number of soldiers in Northern
Mexico or In the neighborhood ot Vera
- Capital, $2,000,000
Fully Paid In
per cent paid on
per cent paid on
InicTfttl figured on daily balanca
the onry square way to corspuie
interest, die only way that give
the dtpot-ltc; Mlraeajare Bterett-
FRANK A. MUNSEY
The Safest Tnvestments
An tsoa Uat k rx Sactsat tortus dta
tBrted eeodtnccai ot tbt sooney or stock vaar
arts rtrst deed of treat Dotes tarsi asav
tsgest. wtj secured on real estate hi the Uts
tnet r4 CcJmatia. cccstttntt -gilt-edge" ta
trsrsieots Tbej dc ejot dejwsd apraa tbe
.Baancul rearawialbilJty ot tunndnals of ecr
Torsilcsa tut tbeu stsbUltj. ana art tnapt
trees taxanits aa prrseeal ravtast? We eaa
tsrrt mro, toteKsmts ta aarasts iron BEO
spwtrd. Bead tos booklet. tk3xersBg Least
Swartzell, Rbeem &
TSt 13th Street northwest.
MO Til PS LIKE THESE
OLD POINT COMFORT
MODERN PALACE STEAMERS
"HorthJamd'' rtad "Southland"
Every Day la the Tear
Prota Foot of 7th St, N. W.?S P.M.
City Ticket Osace, 731 UHh St.
NORFOLK A WASHISGTOX
STEAMER CHARLES MACALESTER
FOR MllttT YERRM
ifcactltol sail m FotgmaS ,
Cmm tftm laaSi He a Vm- Vm a m ,i m.
tvers-li imatrs in An is rt,h - .. ."w .
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