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THE WASHINGTON TIMES WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1911.
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Wall Street Turns Bearish, Selling Stocks Freely
FROM ONE TO
NEW TORK, Nov. .-yor a time the
market acted with about the same show
of strength that nan characterltod tho
openings on other days of the week,
Then weakness developed, the selling
Increased, and In the last hour of the
morning session the bears raided here
and there in their charges, and wher
ever they made any attempt to break
values they wero successful.
The fact that tomorrow will be a holi
day may havo had some cifcct in in
creasing the profit-taking by tradors
with profits on the late upward move
ment, but the selling had tho appear
ance also of being long stock ns well
an short sales.
The Barker-Roosevelt story may havo
caused some selling, although Just why
t should Is not apparent.
The early assembling of Cormiers and
the forthcoming message of tho Presi
Today's New York Stock Exchange Prices
Quotations furnished by W. a Hlbb Co.. members of Nsw Tork Btoes
rsrhsnga Washington Rtnck Kxchansr. . ml riilcaco Board ef Trad. Hlbrw ftulMl-e
High. Low. p.m. Close.
A. & 8. Fe.. com. .106 105 106 1 106
A. T..& S. Fe.. pr.103 1 3Vi lf'SH 1 3
Atlantic Coast Line.. 136 136 136 1137
Bal. & Ohio. com..l03Vi 102 102HI103
Hi-, Tmnlrl Transit., mi, 7714 77 I 77
Canadian Pacific. ....243 241 Z 1 241
. ... - -. .... m..L iuul r
jneBspeaae ec unw. in era rj i is
C. M..& St P.. com .111 109 109 1 111
C M.'& St. P.,pr...Jl7 1!714119
Delaware A HudsonJ6S 168 168 1 1714
Erie, com.;. 31 31 81 82
Erie. Ist-jir 52 6'M 62 62
Grcnt North., pr.... 127 127 127 1 127
Illinois Central 142 142 142 1 144
Inter.Met.com 15 14 1 6
Inter. Met pfd 4 46 46 47
K. C. So. com 29 28 28 I 29
K. C. So. pfd. J. 66 66 66 I 66
. & N U6r6 16' 1S7
Lehigh Valley 178 176 176 1 178
M. K. & T. com 31 30 3 31
M. K. & T. pfd 67 17 h7 6 J
Mo. Pac 39 39 89 I 39
N. T. C. & H. R....107 104 105 1 107
N. T. O. & W 40 40 40 I 40
Norfolk & Western 109 108 108 1 110
Northern Pacific ....118 117 117 1 118
Pennsylvania 122 121 121 1 122
Heading corn 162 149 149 1 161
Rock Island com.... 26 26 26 I 26
Rock Island pfd 50 60 60 60
St I & S. F. 2d pf 41 41 41 I 42
So. Pac com 114 113 113 1 114
Southern Ry. com. . 80 29 29 I 30
Southern Ry. pf 72 72 72 71
Texas & Pacific...... 24 53 23 I Ui
Third Ave 4 3 8 I 3
T., St. I.. & W. com. 1 I'M 18 I 1
T., St L, & W. pfd.. 42 42 42 I 42
Union Pacific cdm ..177 175 175jn
anion Paclhs pfd.... 92 92 '92! 93
WabMhvcorn.',, ....... 10 9 .Mil 10
Wabash pfd ,.21 20 20 20
Wisconsin Con. com. 55 65 65 I 57
Western Md 63 62 62 I 2
Bid and Asked Prices
U. S. Rerf.rs 100V4 100
U. S. Coupon 2's 100VI 100
U. S. Reg. 3's 101 102
TJ. S. Coupon 3's 101 ...
TJ. S. Reg. 4's 113 114
U. S. Coupon 4's 113 114
Washington Gas 6's 110
Georgetown Gas 6's 109 110
Capital Traction warrants.... 9 ...
Cap. Traction R. R. 5's 110 110
Anacostla & Potomac 6's 100
Ana. & Pot. Guar. 6's 100 ...
City & Suburban 6's 103 ' ...
Columbia R. R. 6's 101
Columbia R. R. 6's.... 103 .
Metropolitan R. R. 5's 107 10?
Wash. Ry. & Elec. 4's 87 87
Wash., Alex. & Mt. V. 6's.... 91 95
r MISCELLANEOUS BONDS.
Potomac Elec. Cons. 5's 101 102
Potomac Elec, Lt. 5's 108 ...
C. & P. Telephone 6'b 103 105
Amer. Tel. & Telga. 4's 10J
Kmerson Steam Pump 6's.... 64 SO
Wash. Market 6's. 1927 100 103
' Wash. Market 6's 1947 101 103
W. M. Cold Storage 6's 100 103
RlggB Realty 5's 103 110
N. & W Steamboat 5's 103 105
PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS.
Capital Traction 126 128
Wash. Rwy. & Elec. com 45 46
Wash. Rwy. & Elec. pfd 87 88
Wash.-Va. Rwy. com 43 60
Wash.-Va. Rwy. pfd 64 70
tj x, W. Steamboat 210
Washington Gas 81 82
Georgetown Gas 95 125
Amer. Tel. & Telga 137
q, -p. & O. Dominion CO
T1 PE MACHINE 8TOCKS.
Mergenthaler Linotype 226 228
JLanston Monotype 94 91
Wholesale Produce Market
Ezra Nearby, fresh. 36a3Sc ner tlox.
Cheese New York, new, I6al8c per
flat, 15al7c per 11).
Butter Bent, print, 3Gc per lb.; tub
ue i-ouiiry iiciib, jiv ici
i. l'alic Der 111. : small
per ID.; oucks, iwu&c per id.; Keuis, younK,
16alSo per lb.; old, Ual6c per lb.
Green Cowls Oranges. California. SS 00 to
$6.00 per box; grapefruit, Ji.OOal 00 per box;
apples. $:.00a3.D0 per bbl ; potatoes, t H tuck;
tomatoes, funcy, COc per crate; ecler). fancy.
Wu60c per dor.; eggplants, i hj.u.uj per nm.;
kale, $2.00 per bbl.; spinach, tl.'S per bbl.;
lima beans, .c qt.; cucumbers, 60u7ic per bu
basket; carrots, 00c per basket; onions, ; H
sack; sweet, potatoes, JJ.25 per bbl.; lemons,
i kna5.no n box! cranberries. 11.75 ner box:
cauliflower, ll.OOal.U per crate.
,.. Knlr f'nlv nrima. Sri rtr II,
Live Stock Calves, prime. Do
, prime, no per in.;
common, 6a7c per lb.;
rent. ; lambs, prime, (a
medium, 8c per lb.; common, 6a7c p
oM sheep, 3.O0a3.M) per.cwt.; lambs, prl
per lb.; medium, Sa6c.
Sales Today On
Capital Traction "Warrants (cash).
J238Q9K. $1.000819, tS4l9. J11Q9. J212W
8. 314Q9K. 7(&9, 390Q9. 679T.
Washington Gas, 5084, 10g4, 10ff81,
S84, 254183. 25SS2H. 2SI&S24.
Mergenthaler, Sfa229. C(&229, lOS'
10(3228. 10Q22S. 1J2S.
IN STOCK PRICES
dent ars probably factors, together with
the uncertainty that has been In evi
dence for more thai a week In the mar-ket-a
lack of ability to carry the bull
mnvomant- nnv tilchcr. the mystery or
tho buying that cave the list Us stronr
appearance and lack of fundamental
ininrovempiu, owier ""u,'u1,"" j"""''
steel, and iron business. Railroad earn
ings havo been Just fair, In soma cases
Pnr'a word, tho reaction that came In
Ihi- recoml hour snems to be overdue.
Thu .torllnpa reached about the low
before the middle of the noon hour,
and thereafter until 1:30 there was but
llttlo Change ono way or mo oirai,
nor was there much trading.
TTr.ir.n papIAr was oft about 1M points.
Readlnu 1. Steel common broke from
S to G3! New York Central was
especially weak at 1W loss, Loulsvll o
nnd Nashville lost 1. and the who'0
list 1H4 points. Copper vas off li,
nn.i QmnlHriff n nr 1 n t .
Canndlon Pacific was about the only
strong stucK in me usu
High. Low. p.m. Close.
Amal. Copper 63 ei 61HI 64
Am. Bent Su;ir com 54 62 53 I 64
Am. Can. coin 12 11 11 I 11
An. Can. pfd 92 91 91 I 91
Am. Car & F. com.. 64 64 54 I 11
Am. Cotton Oil rom. 44 44 44 I 44
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36 86 36 I a
103 103 103 I112H
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Am.SrJi. & Ref., com. 74 72 72 I 74
Am.rfl & R., pfd.. ..100 1CSH 103 1 10
Am. lbg. & R.. com.118 118 118 I ' 8
Am. Tel. & Tel 139 1S7 137 1 13
Am. Tobacco, pfd... 100 100 100 99
Anaconda Copper.... 38 38 38 I 3
Consol. Gas. N. Y...189 189 139 I 0
Central Leath., com. 21 21 21 I 2J
Corn P. R., com 11 11 11 I "
Distillers Sec 32 81 32 I 31
3encral Electric 164 164 164 1164
Nat. Biscuit, com... 141 139 140 1 139
Nat. Lead, com 60 f0 60 60
Laclcdo Gas 106 106 105 1 105
Inlernat. Harvestor.105 104 105 1 106
pacific Mall S. S... "2 32 32 I 32
Peonies Gas of Chi. 105 105 105 I 105
Rep. Iron & St., com. 23 22 22 I 23
Rep. Iron & St., pr...83 82 82 I 82
Sloss-S. St. & I., com 42 42 42 I 4a
rennessee Copper.... 88 37 37 I 38
U. S. Rubber, com. 46 46 46 I 46
U. S. Rubber, pr.... 109 109 l9 1109
U. &. Steel, com...i 65 63 63 65
U. S. Steel, pr 109 109 109 1 109
Utah Copper 61 60 60 I fl
Va. Car. Ch., com.. 63 "83 63 I 64
West. Union Tel .... 71 77 77 I ".8
Westing. Elec. Man. 65 65 65 I 65
Am. Tobacco 4's .... 90 90 90 I 90
Am. Touacco ... .116 116 118 1 116
B. R. T. ronvedt 4's 84 4 f4l 4
C. R. I. & P. 4S 73H 78 73 I 73
C, B. A QJOlnt 4's. 984 lr 96 84 I 98
Inter. Metro. 4's.. . 79 79 7 I 79
Un. Pac- convert 1'3103 103 1C3 1 103
U. S. Steel 2d E's... 101 M 101 1 101
on Local Exchange
Greene Cananea 7 SVi
TYPE MACHINE STOCKS.
American Nat. Bank 185
Columbia National Bank 250
Commercial National Bank... 196 193
District National Bank 133
Far. & Mech. Nat. Bank 270
Lincoln Nat. Bank 144
Metropolitan National Bank.. 215 220
Rlggs Natlonul Bank 575 tflj
Second National Bank 160
Nat. Bank of Wash 260 ..r-
TRUBT COMPANY STOCKS.
Amer Sec. & Trust 281 300
National Savings & Tiust.... 226 2,0
Union Trust 142 141
Wash. Loan & Trust 220
United States Trust 118
SAVINGS BANK STOCKS.
Home Savings ' 320
Merch. Mech. Savings 171
Union Savings 237
Bank of Com. & Sav 12
East Wash. Sav. Bank 14
Pro Ident lSav. Bank 9
Citlzers' Sav. Bank 11
FIRE INSURANCE STOCKS.
Arlington Fire Insurance 15
Com. Fire Insurance 9
Corcoran Fire Insurance 80
Firemen's Insurance 20
Franklin Fire Insurance 36
German Fire Insurance 260
National Union Fire Ins. 8'i
Potomac Fire Insurance 34
TITLE INSURANCE STOCKS.
Columbia Title Insurance 4 ...
Real Estate Title Ins 90
Chapln Sacks 165 220
Emerson Steam Pump 25
Ornphophnne com 5
Grapho., pfd 26 35
Merchants. Trans. & Storage. 110
security Storage 200
Washington Market 17
New York Curb Market.
Furnished to To TVashtnrton Timet by
Hsrrtman & Co.. New Tork; a. B. Chlpmsai
msnsgtr local branch Colorada Building.
Open. High. Low. Last.
Bay State Gas A iV
Chicago Subway ?a
Con. Ariz. Stn. (new), ft ft
Oixoux Mining VA 4
Greene-Cananea SH 8H
inspiration Copper.... & t 9
K'ctr Lake 3 3
La Rose Con 31 31i
Manhattan Transit... 1V VA
Neveda-Utah ft ft
Nlplssing Mines .... T& 7
Ruwhlde Coalition..,. 4 ii
Ray Central 2 2
Tonopah M. of N 7 7
Yukon Gold 3 3ft
Chicago Grain Market.
Furnished to The Washington Times by
A. Q. Plant & Co.. 141S O street north-
Wheat Open. High. Low. 1:15
New York Cotton Market.
Furnished to The Washington Times by
A. Q. Plant & Co J41G G street northwest.
Open. High. Low. l:i."i.
January 8.90 8.90 8.ST 8.S7
Match 8tS 8.99 S.95 8.97
May 9.01 9.01 9.02 9.02
December , 9.13 .U 9.00 9.11
Drop Off to 82 1-2, With 81
the Best Bid at the
Washington Gas gave the Stock Ex
change members somothlng ot u shock
when It dropped to 82, and tho best
bid at tho close of tho session was at
81. Evidently pressure Is being exerted
on somo holdings or a few hundred
shares being offered as a sacrifice to
Induce other holders to get out, be
cause of tho retirement of the presi
dent, bocomlng effective on tho next
That theft Is any good reason for
the decline, that It Is warranted cither
by the savings, the excellent earnings
and the reduced expenditures or tho
retirement of tho head of the corpora
tion Is hard to believe. The dividend
has been more than earned to date, tho
rales are heavy, and unless either tho
sacrifice le belnc mado for an end. or
somo one. is finding tioublo in tarrying
more stock than ho or they ought to,
then thore is no reason for the break.
Only light sales have been made the
first at 81. then S3, and then &!, with
more offered at this price. There was
a suggestion made on Exchange that
selling was coming from Baltimore.
Gas directors all admit the savings of
1911 and the Increased Bales even if
they vary In statements of amounts.
Sales today, 103 shares. Traction war
rants were strong at WS9T4. generally
at !. The 6's moved up to 110.
Mergenthaler was rather easy at 229a
The German American Insurance
Company will make the shareholders a
present or 13 a share, extra dividend,
December 1. It did tho same thing a
j ear ago.
H. B. Bird, heretofore assistant
manager of the market branch of the
International Banking Corporation, has
A. G. Vanderbilt Debts.
NEW YORK, Nov. 29. Asserting his
debts exceed tne vaiuo or nis personal
property, Alfred O. Vanderbilt had the
assessment on his personal valuables
reduced from 3500,000 to 11,000.
Circus Man Murdered.
LONDON, Nov. 29. Lord George
Samer, the "English Barnum," who In
1874 sold his circus to P. T. Barnum,
has been murdered by an insano farm
employe, who escaped.
BEING IN EMBER
CHEVY CHASE TO GREAT
OFFERS SUBJECT ft C A fl
TO PRIOR SALE O W U U p V If U OF $1 ,500,000
First Mortgage Six Per Cent Ten-Year Gold Bonds
At 95, with a Bonus of Twenty Per Cent in Stock
Bonds dated January 1, 1912. Total issue, $1,500,000. Interest payable January l and July 1 of each year at the United States
Trust Company, Trustees, Washington, D. C
$500,000 subscribed to date.
$500,000 is retained in the Treasury for the Development of the Property.
PRICE OF BONDS, 95, redeemable after one year at the corporation's option at 105 and accrued interest. Subscriptions re
ceived in amounts of $500 and upward. Each purchaser to receive a bonus of 20 in stock of the corporation, the par value of which
is $100 per share.
THE SECURITY of the bonds is a first mortgage on 4,000 ACRES of land, fully improved by macadam roads and valuable
water rights, at Great Falls, which alone are estimated worth $1,000,000.
LAND immediately opposite the entrance to this property is now selling, by the foot, at from TEN THOUSAND to TWENTY
THOUSAND JJOLLARS PER ACRE.
FOR THE PROMPT PAYMENT of the principal and interest the full credit and resources of the corporation, including, the first
mortgage on 4,000 acres of most attractive land, forming a continuous holding between the Chevy Chase Club property and the Great
Falls of the Potomac, and valuable water rights at Great Falls, are irrevocably pledged.
BONDS MAY BE EXCHANGED for land of the corpora tion at any time at the market price established by the corporation.
THE PURPOSE of this corporation is to develop these 4,000 acres of land, to be known as
For country homes, comprising VILLA SITES of from ONE to TEN ACRES each, the demand for which can be readily measured by
the many beautiful villas surrounding Philadelphia, New York, and other metropolitan cities,
THE IMPROVEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT of the property is in charge of the well-known firm of Wendell & Treat (cf
Philadelphia), who, in their production of Overbrook and Wayne, outside of Philadelphia; Essex Fells and Jamaica Plains, outside of
New York Cjty, and many other such country places, have earned a national reputation.
THE PROPERTY will be improved by building
A BOULEVARD 100 FEET WIDE AND 9 MILES LONG
Running through the center of the property, which is one mile wide, connecting with the United States Government Conduit Road at
the Great Falls of the Potomac, MAKING ONE OF THE FINEST LOOP DRIVEWAYS IN THE WORLD. An electric car line mak
ing direct connection with the city electric railway? is provided for.
GOOD WATER SYSTEM, GOOD SEWERAGE, QAS and ELECTRICITY for LIGHTING and HEATING are provided.
These Bonds, With Their Convertible Feature, Offer an Unusually
Attractive, Profitable, and Safe Investment. Bonds Will Be Listed
For further information call at our offices, where plat of property and photographs may be seen.
CHEVY CHASE TO GREAT FALLS LAND CORPORATION
734 15th Street, Washington, D. C.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
H. BRADLEY DAVIDSON, President.
ELDRIDGE E. JORDAN, First Vice President.
JOHN P. STORY,
SAMUEL J. HENRY, Treasurer.
R. E. L. YELLOTT.
IN SEVENTH STREET
Alhambra Theater Buliding
Sold to Investor for
A piece of Seventh street business
property was sold today for about $27 a
square foot. Joseph Luchs sold to
Abraham Samuels, an out-of-town In
vestor, the Alhambra Theater building
nt 619 Seventh street northwest, adjoin
ing the southeast corner ot F street.
The sale was mado through tho offices
of Shannon & Luchs and Randall II
Tho nroneitv Is a three-story building
on a lot 25 by 119 feet The price paid
was $80,000, and tho buyer took the prop
erty ror investment.
John S. Toeppcr has purchased tho
two-story dwelling at 403 Fourth street
northeast for $3,000. The sale was mado
through tho office of Weaver Bros.
Harry V. Boulo & Co. announce to.
day the sales of three moro of the
seven-room houses on Fifteenth street
northeast, numbers 332, 334, and 336,
for "$3,350 each. Thirteen of these
houses have been sold in the past ten
days by this Arm. Tho sale of three
flats of five rooms each at 1830 Thir
teenth street northwest Is also an
nounced. These wero sold for Mrs.
Ruppert for $10,000.
Real Estate Transfers.
Thirty-first street northwest, between K and
M treU Fred It. Olbb to John 11. Ueck-
with, lot 1.1, square 119S. (10.
Fart Saratoga Addition to Ilruokland Edwin
A. M. Ltwson. truviee, et uz. to Frank M.
Hatley, one-fourth Interest In lot 17, block
Meridian IIIII Jenle 8. Davles to Mary I
Lewis, part lot ft, block 14. $10.
Petworth-Nellle M. L. Jenkins to Michael
J. Falvey. lota :i and 21'. square 1H, 110.
Meridian lllll-Martln Hari et uz. to George
A. Gray, lot CO. block 12. 110.
Washington Heights dcorgo A. dray et uz.
to Martin Sari, lot 40, block 7, 110.
Blzth street northeast, between 1 and K
streets Herman It. Howenvteln et uz. to
Robert C. Murphy, lot 31. square 631, 10.
Twenty-sevesth street northwest, between
E and F streets Samuel Maddoz et al.,
trustees, to Vandla Ilraddock. part original
lot Z, square 10, 11.100. Vandla Uraddock
coneys same property to Analostan Iloit
Third street northeait, between K and I.
streets Agnes M. Ash to Matthew I. Ash,
lot 13, square 774. $10
Indolence Charles E. Wire et uz. to Enoch
J. and Nannie W. Vann, lot 26, square
KM, 11 0.
Rock Creek Church road, near Setcnth
street road Carey W. (Irlmsley et uz. to
Washington Land and Mortgage Company,
lot 4, of I'adsworth. $10.
ltn Twelfth street northwest Da Id N. Hurt.
Jr., ezecutor and trustee, to Charles P.
O'Hara, lot 13, square 309, !,700.
Ninth street northwest, between G and It
streets Annie E. Irwin to Mary V. Mc
Cartney, one-fourth Interest In part square
J7S. 110. .
Fcrnwood Heights Susanne Oldberg to Harry
Wardman .and Thomas P. Bones, lot 24,
block 1, 110. , ,
Lanier Helahtw-Hftrry Ward man et al. to
Husanne Oldberg, lot J81, 110.
West Holmead Manor Harry Wanlman et
al. to nosa U. Knott, lot M, block 4, 110.
D street southeast, between Fifteenth and
Sixteenth streets Thomas It, Melton et ux.
to Daniel I, Leane. lot 1W, square 10(2, $10.
IMS and 1515 O street northwest Kate C.
Haydcn to Edgar L. Works, lot 73 and 71,
square IBS, $10.
Entries for tomorrow
For Jamestown Races
First race Selling; two.year-olds;
flvo furlongs. Relno Margot, 96; Sadie
Shapiro, 98; Wlld Weed, 101; Bllus
Grump, 105; Klttery, 105; Be, 105;
Queen Bee, 101; Rey, 104; Ochro
Second race Hurdle handicap; threo-ycar-olds
and up; two miles. Duf field,
JE2; Herdsman, 131; Black Bridce, 143;
Azure Maid, 131; Pathfinder, 130; Lizzie
Third race Charleston Handicap: nl!
ages; one mile. Mad River, 88; Mont
calm, 110; Husky Lad, 102: Flamma, P4;
Spellbound, 105; Sager, 111; Ragman, 108.
Fourth race Thanksgiving Sellinir
Stake, three-year-olds and up; ono mile
and a furlong. Idlewelss, 90; Jacque
llna, 104: Agnar, 93; Bcaucoup, 103; Tho
Golden Butterfly, 93; Bob R., 115; Sup
Fifth race Selling; three-year-olds
nn,l un! six furlomrs. Haldeman. 104'
Fort Worth, 90; Luclllo R., 106; Pedl
gree, 100: Sculpture, 101, 'Semiquaver,
98; Roebuck. 101; Jennie Wells, 100;
Frank Purcell, 105; Miss Moments, 95;
Anavri, 102; Mattle Keraan, 97.
Sixth race Selling; three-year-olds
and Up; one mile. Helene, 98; Cutty
hunk, 106, Troy Weight, 106; 'Bounder,
106; Limpet. 106; Frank Purcell. 105;
Bprlngmas, 104: Dixie Knight, 111; Har
vey F., 110; Llttle Earl, 94; Inferno
Queen, 102. m .
Apprentice allowance of five pounds
Weather clear, track .slow, first race
Fire Destroys Towns
During Storm of Snow
KANSAS CITY. Nov. 29.-In tho
course of tho first snow of the season
In Kansas last night the business sec
tions of Jamestown and Glasgow, In
Cloud county, and Elbing, in Bullor
county, were wiped out by Hie. The
losses are put at. 1700,000. The towns
Snow covers Kansas to a depth of
from thre to six inches, providing both
moisture and nrotcctlon to the wheat.
which In many places was needing the
former. More snow falling Is reported
from various sections of the State.
Only the aid of tho passengers and
crew ot a Chicago, Rock Island and
Pacific train saved Elbing from de
struction. Tho train was held fifteen
minutes while those aboard It Joined
the local volunteer bucket brigade.
The flumes were stopped after they had
consumed six business buildings.
Bishop Kilgo Presides
At Church Conference
BENNETTSVILLE, 8. C, Nov. 29.-.
The South Carolina Conference of the
Methodist Episcopal Church, South,
opened ItH annual session here today,
with Bishop Kllgo, of North Carolina,
FALLS LAND CORPORATION
AAA OF ITS BOND ISSUE
ARTHUR R. THOMPSON, Secretary.
W. W. ANDERSON.
FREDERICK H. TREAT.
J. W. .LONG, General Manager.
UNITED STATES TRUST CO., Trustee, Washington, D. C.
DR. JOHN W. BOVEE
BIWEO BY WIFE
Absolute Decree Follows Un
successful .Separate Main
tenance Suit Here.
Dr. John Wesley Bovce, prominent
Washington physician, has been di
vorced At Philadelphia by his wlfo, Mrs.
Katherlne Saeger Bovec. following their
separation "hero four years ago. Deser
tion Is th ground upon which Mrs.
llovee obtained an absolute decree.
Serious opposition to the suit was not
made by Dr. Boveo.
The Philadelphia decree follows an
unsuccessful suit of Mrs, Boveo Insti
tuted In the District Supreme Court In
July. 1910. for separato maintenance.
She then objected to rt-aucuon or ner
allowance from 3300 to $125 per month.
The suit was dismissed.
Tho amount of alimony secured in tne
Philadelphia courts was not made
Dr.' Boveo Is out Ot the city. It was
said at his apartments In the Rocham
beau. When "he will return Is not In
dicated. Dr. and Mrs. Boveo were married Feb
ruary 14, 1889, and lived together until
May 22, 1907. Mrs. Bovee says on the
latter date she was ejected from her
home by her husband.
When tho maintenance suit was
dropped, Mrs. Bovee, whose home was
originally In Pennsylvania, went to Phil
adelphia ana estaDiisnea a ici inci
dence. . , , .
That Dr. Bovee had an Income of
$25,000 a year was alleged by Mrs. Bovee
In her suit for separate maintenance.
They lived In luxury, occupying a double
suit at the Rochambeau and maintain
ing a summer cottage on the St. Law
rence. Alimony Ordered in
"Baby Mine" Divorce
By order of Justice Wright, In Equity
Court No. 2, Joseph A. Goodler, a clerk
In the War Department, alleged to
have received the "Baby Mine" letter
from a grandnlece a score of years his
Junior, must pay his wife, Louise A.
Goodler. who Is suing him for mainte
nance, alimony of $35 a. month pending
the outcome of the suit. Also the aged
defendant must pay his wife's counsel
Dental Is made by Goodler that he re
ceived endearing letters from his grand
niece, whom Mrs. Goodler says was
brought here by her husband from Da
ta v,al N. Y. He also denies he was
cruel to his wife, but the court held
he must support her during the mainte
IS LODREO AGAINST
Former" Official of Indian
Bureau Is Formally
Samuel Adams, First Assistant Secre
tary of the Interior, today made public
written charges against former Indian!
Liquor Agent William E. Johnson.)
rather than meet which, It Is stated, t
Johnson resigned from the service somo
time ago. Slnco his resignation Mr.j
Johnson, who mado a record of sup-'
pressing liquor , traffic among tho Jn-(
dlans, has been charging that the Influ
ence of tho liquor Interests upon Adam
and Indian Commissioner Valentino;
forced him from the service.
in a letter to Mr. jonnson. maan puo-t
Ho today, Mr. Adams virtually accuses'
the former agent of perjury nn a witness.
In the defense of Juan Cruz, an In-
dlan tried and acquitted of the murder,
of one Garcia In June, 1911. Mr. John
son, according to the letter, testllled
that Crux was a member of a United
States Government posse, and shot in
self-defense, whereas Mr. Johnson's
records show that Crus was not In the
Government employ at the time. v
The letter accuses Mr. Johnson of,
spending $1,200 Government funds In
working up a "fictitious defense," ana
further charges Johnson with Insubordi
nation and moral cawardlce.
Saves the Clerk.
NEW YORK. Nov. 29. Frank F.
Monet broke down and confessed when
he heard detectives accuse a fellow
clerk of stealing $12,600 by forgery. '
Why pay 10 per cent to collection agencies?
Collect your slow accounts yourself and sava
tho commission. Shake up our profit and
toss account. We guarantee you will col
lect $109 and up right off the reel If you
use our system and follow Instructions; Don't,
bellee It 7 Then
Try It At Our Expense
Karnes and addresses of prominent total
business concerns using this system with'
great success will be furnished upon request.
Address: IDEAL SYSTEM CO.
Box 90, Wash. Loan and Trust Bide
SAVINGS DEPOSITORY '
In the District of Columbia. In
vites you to Join- Itr army of
satisfied depositors. .
Any amount from TEN CENTS
upward received on aeposu. -More
than 30,000 open accounts.
C5TSAME RATE of Interest paid
on both large and small accounts.
National Savings and
Cor. 15th and N. Y. Ave.
ISSUE OF STOCK
OPEN FOR SUBSCRIPTION
AND FIRST PAYMENT.
SHARES. S2.50 EACH.
A Help in Home Buying.
Systematic monthly salng of small
amounts In the Equitable, with profits
added, will accumulate and lay a
foundation for buylne a home.
pnld on shares before and
VQ after maturity computed from
date of first payment.
Co-operative Building Association.
1003 F FT. N. W.
Pamphlets explaining the object and
advantages of the Association fur
nished upon application at the office.
John Joy Edson. President.
Frank P. Recede, Secietary.
Capital and Surplus t2.9QO.000.
on principal cities of Ihe world.
Letters of Credit Issued.
Exchange bought and sold.
Investments & Collections made.
Stocks & Bonds bought & sold.
PA. AVE. OPP. U. S. TREASURY
The Safest Investments
Are those that do not fluctuate during dis
turbed condition! of the money or stock mar
kets. First deed of trust notes (first 'mort
6 ages), well seemed un real estate In th
litrlct of Columlils. constitute "gilt edge"
Investment They do not depend upon the
financial responsibility of Individuals or cor
poratlons for their stability and ars exempt
from taxation as personal property. Ws can
supply such Investments In amounts from
U0O upward, bend for booklet. "Concerning
Loan and Investments."
SWARTZELL, RHEEM &
727 16TH STREET N. W.
.. . Ttttm York Stock exeaaat ,
UembsrsJ Washington Stock Kxehaofi ,
(.Chicago Board of Trad.
WSU Ml.u biv.m ot. ii m .
laforabU terms aa w aSsr
After Call Washington Gas 5's, 1500P
far trading in M iwi
stacks and toed. .1.
iapltaj Traction 5's, ll,6QOU9V4.
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