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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1912.
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No Life in Stocks Purely a Scalping Movement
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WITH FIRM PRICES
THE GENERAL RULE
Hallway Common Up Half
, Point No Other Im
portant Changes.
There was tho usual summer dull
ness on this, the last Saturday, but
one before the summer adjournment.
Only a short sales list was the result
of more or less persistent bidding and
Offering with quotations showing
only moderate differences to prevent
trading. Hallway common moved up
I v. point to az, una was sirong at
the gain. t
A little of the preferred sold at
Steady prices. In the bond list Trac
' tibn 6's were rm at 111. while Gas 6's
, sold at 110. , , , , ,
The general trend of values Is plainly
I shown" by the bid and asked prices.
The Seventh Street Savings Bank will
i open for business July 1. It will be
located, as announced In this column
'weeks ago, at the northwest corner of
' N and Seventh streets northwest, the
. Intention being to acquire the corner
by purchase.
The f,ull list of officers follows:
, Somerset R. Waters, president; Aug
I ust H. Plugge, tlrse vice president;
I Harry Kaufman, second vice President;
I Charles' S. Shreve. Jr general counsel;
John D. Howard, cashier, and Ralph
E. Burgess, secretary.
Directors: Dr. W. Thompson Burch,
Ralph E. Burgess, Augimt H. Plugse,
i Harry Kaufman, Roger O'Hanlon. John
W. Gregg. Somerset R. Waters. Charles
"W. Fairfax, Charles S. Shreve, Jr.,
' Michael O'Hanlon, Wllloughby S. Ches
ley, John R. Wright. John K. Weyrlch.
Henry J. Ruppert, Joseph B. Thomas,
I Isador Freund, Isaac Ottenberg, Alex-
i ander H. Plltt, Thomas Heany. Joseph
N. Thompson. Henry G, Bergllng, and
I Patrick Shugrue.
Bid and Asked on
Local Exchange
GOVERNMENT BONDS.
Bid. Askd.
IT. 8. Reg. 2's 10OT, 101H
TJ. B. Coupon 2's 100 101t
TT. S. Reg. 3'8 101 102
TJ. S. Coupon 3's 101 102
U. 8. Reg. 4's 113 114
V. S. Coupon 4's 113 114
GAS BONDS.
"Georgetown Gas 6's 105 110
Georgetown Gas 5's 105 109
Washington Gas 5's 110 HI
' RAILROAD BONDS.
Capital Traction R. R. 5's.... 111V 111
AnacOBtia & Potomac 6's 99 101
City & Suburban 6's 103V4 1044
Columbia R. R. 6's 100y 101
Columbia R. R. 6's 103
Metropolitan R. R. 5's 107
Wash. Ry. & Elec. 4's 85 85
Wash., Alex. & Mt. V. 5's.... 90
MISCELLANEOUS BONDS.
Potomac Elec. Cons. 5's...,.., 103
103'i
i 10SW
Potomac Electric Lt. 5'a...
Cv:& P. ""Telephone 5's......
Amer. Tel. & Telga. 4's
J07
.104 '
110
Emerson Steamp Pump 6'b
N. & W. Steamboat 5's 101
Rlggs Reality 5's (long) 103
KIkss Realty 5's (short) 101
Dis. of Col. Paper Mfg. 5's... 100
PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS.
Capital Traction 121
Wash. Ry. & Elec. com 91
I Wash. Ry. & Elec. pfd 94,i
"Wash. Va. Ry. com 52
'Wash. Va Ry. pfd 78l4
N. & W. Steamboat 210
Washington Gas &5V4
Georgetown Gas 125
Amer. Tel. & Telga 145
Eastern Lt & Fuel 122
TYPE MACHINE STOCKS.
Mergenthaler Linotype 21SU
Lanston Monotype 92
MINING STOCK.
Greene Cananea 10
NATIONAL BANK STOCKS.
American Nat. Bank 175
, Capital Nat. Bank 213
I Columbia Nat. Bank 250
SO
105
125
92
94
63
80
223
86
150
122
220
92
11
183
Commercial Nat. Bank 205
209
155
District Nat. Bank H4
Far. & Mech. Nat. Bank ':m 275
IJncoln Nat. Hank 150
Metropolitan Nat. Bank 208 110
Rlggs Nat. Bank 590 tB
Second Nat. Bank 169
Nat Bank of Wash 250 300
TRUST COMPANY STOCKS.
Amer. Sec. & Trust 387 300
Rational Sav. & Trust 2E0 270
Union Trust 142 14SV4
Wash. Loan & Trust 240 250
united States Trust 145 15o
SAVINGS BANK STOCKS.
Citizens Saving Bank 18
Home Savlnc; 325
Union Savings 260
Bank of Com. & Sav 12V4 17
East Wash. Sav. Bank 16V4 17
FIRE INSURANCE STOCKS.'
Arlington Fire Insurance 13 ...
I Corcoran Firo insurance so
1 Firemen's Fire Insurance 20
I Franklin Fire Insurance 25
22
32
Ger.-Amer, Fire insurance.... 270
' Nat Union Fire Ins 8
Potomac Fire Insurance 34
TITLE INSURANCE STOCKS.
Columbia Title Insurance 6 ...
Real Estate Title Insurance.. 95
MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS.
t'hapln Sacks 165 220
T:merson Steam Pump 2$
Qrapho, com 2S
Grapho, Pfd 70
-Mereh. Trans. & Storage 123 135
Security Storage 200
Washington Market IV& ..
D. C. Paper Co 132Vi ...
Chicago Grain Market.
Furnished to The Washlnrrton Times by A.
O. Plant & Co., 1115 G street northwest.
.wheat Open. High. Low. 1:16.
Julv
105V
106
103
lOoli
103
7l4
105H
103
72
72
September
Corn.
July
September
IU1
i-'s
72
Special Panel Called
For Soldier's Trial
A special panel of seventy-five venire
men was today summoned for the trial
of William Sabens, a soldier, charged
with murder in the first degree, which
will begin on Monday bfore Justice
Anderson, in Criminal Court No 1.
Sabens was indicted In connection
with the death of Ada Haynes, who was
shot and Instantly killed. Several sen
satlonal features will be developed dur
ing the trial, which, lt Is expected, will
consume all next week. Assistant
United States Attorney S. McComas
' Hawken will prosecute tho case.
PARKER'S
HAIR BALSAM
CletuKi tad besatlfles th htSz.
PromoUl a lsmrlint rrowtii.
Merer rails to Bestore Orsjj
9 KB ioquuui vvwr.
rreTenis ottr rslllnr.
ye, nrt tt no t Pnurrt.
STOCKS
ACTIVE
STOCKS WERE DECIDEDLY QUIET,
WITH SLIGHT RECESSIONS IN
PRICE LIST.
NEW YORK. June 22.-The week
closed on a dull and listless clock mar
ket with rmall net reccsHluns.1
All things considered tho .action of
the' day unil the ve;k has bten about
es pjod cis sould bo expected. Net sains
huve jjlvcn traders, and urhrtlcally- they
nre tho ontv opor-itorfl, a. chance to take
In small profits. Every time the bears
hnvii hi'ld tho advantage they have
found It difficult to cash In their pa-1
per profits
In th face of the uncertainty of
the Chicago convention and with an
impoilant convention coming at Bal
timore, the wonder Is that prices have
retained the strongth that they have.
It Is uenerallv bcHovd that the under
tone mav In- continued throughout the
lant wrek of June.
Repcrts on fundamentals, such as
crop conditions, atate of trade, moni'V
narKet, etc., .ire , all favorable, but
politics will naturally have an onVt
in restricting stock activities There!
does not sem to ba any disposition on
Today's New York Stock Exchange Prices
Quotation! furnished by W. D. Hlbbi & Co., members of Now York Stock
Exchange, Washlneton Stock exchange, nnd Chlcngo Board of Trade, Itlbbs Building.
RAILLROADS
Tea.
Hlgh.Lnw Cloae.Clos"
At. T. & S Fe., com 107M 107H 107V. I 107H
Atlantic Coast Llnei9K. 1S8H 139 1 139
Bal. & Ohio, com...l08H i08tt loss 1109
Brook Rap Tran.... 8SM 87H 87tt I 8?
Canadian Pacific... Z64H 264H Z64H I 2651
Ches. & Ohio 78 78ft 781 1 78)t
Chi M & St. P., conl04 104V4 104W I 104
Erie com 84 84 841 I 84
Erie'.lstpfd 82 b2 62 I 52
Inter. Met., com 20 20 20 I 20
Inter. Met., pfd 69 68 68 I 69
Lehigh Valley 174 174 174 I 174 V,
M. S. P. & S. S. M C.143 143 143 I 142
Missouri raclflc 37 37 87 I 37H
Norf. & West Ill' 111 111 I "li
Pennsylvania 123 123 123 I Ui
Reading, com 1C7 167 167 1 168
Rock Islund, com.. 25 25 26 I 15
8t.L.&S.F..2dpfd 86 36 30U 1
South. Rail., com... 28 28 28 I 28Vi
South. Rail., pfd.... 74 74 74 I 74
Union Pac. com 169 163 169 1 169
Union Pac. pfd 90 SO 90 I
Wabash com 4 4 4 I 4
Wabash Pfd 16 14 15 I 14
BONDS
Atch. Convert. 4's.... 97 9T 97H I 97
C. Ti. & Q. Joint 4 b.
C. R. I. & Pac. 4's...
Int. Metro. 4'e...,
6 96 96 I 96
69V 69Vi 69 I 69
KU 82 82V I 82
, 97 97 97 I 97
Pa. Con. 3's. 11S
R Tlv. K'fi 107W WlV 107W 1 107H
U. S. 8te.il 2nd B'g 102H lMVt 102W I 102V
New York Cotton Market
Furnished to The Washington Times by A.
Q. Plant & Co., 1415 O street northwest.
Onen. HlKh. Low. 1:15.
.T,,K. 11.16 11.18 11.14
11.16
October 11.45 11.46
December .... 11.58 11.59
11.42
11.53
11.45
11.57
Wholesale Produce Market
Kggs Nearby,
fresh. '.'Oo per doz.; bouth-
em, 16al94c.
Cheese New York
new. 15al8c per lb.
flat. Hal5c per lb.
Butter Pest, print, rao per id.; tuor
per lb.: process. Mc per IE., unaersraaes.
25a28c per lb.
Live Poultry Hens. 14al6o lb.; springers,
8a30o per lb.; roosters, 8aSe per lb.; turkeys,
16c per 1D-: K''. Plucked. 6a8c per lb.;
unplucked, SalOo per lb.; ducks. lOalJo per
lb.; keats, vounff, 12al4c per lb.; old, lOallo
per lb.
Dressed Poultry Turkeys. 15al7o per lb.;
chickens. 32a35o per lb.; hens. lal"c per lb.;
ducks. 15al6c per lb.; geese. lOall'c pei lb.
Green goods Oranges, Florida, Jt.OOa3.50
box. California, J.60a3.W per box apples.
$4.00 per bbl.; potatoes, new, 13.50, old,
$3 per sack; celery. 50c per doz , kale,
11.50 per bbl.; spinach. $:.00 per bbl ; carrots,
60c per basket; 12.50 per sack; onions, new,
J2.00 per crate; sweet potaties. I3.60al.00 per
bbl.; lemons, J3.60a4.00 box; strawberries,
fancy, SalOc per box; cucumbers. 75c per
basket; tomatoes, II 50a2 per crate; peas, Jl
per basket; string beans, 75ca1.00 per basket.
Sales Today on
Local Exchange
Washington Railway & Electlric com
mon, 2599. 10(592.
Washington Railway & Electric pre
ferred. 59i.
Grnphophone preferred, 1015.
After call Capital Traction 5's, $1,0003
HIM.
Washington Gas 6's, $1,000(2110, $1,000
110.
FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
Of
The Citizens Savings Bank
At Washington, In the District of Columbia,
at the close of business June 14, 1912.
RESOURCES.
Loans and discounts 8652.022 90
Overdrafts, secured ana unsecured.
302 84
Bonus, securities, etc
Furniture and fixtures
Due from national banks
Duo from State and private banks
and bankers, trust companies,
and savings hanks
Checks and other cash Items
Bills of other national banks
Fractional paper currency, nickels,
and cents
69,850 00
1.500 00
27,28.1 17
8.009 70
1,624 34
385 00
8111
Lawful money reserve in bank, vlr:
Specie 18,227 00
Legal-tender notes .... 4,210 00
12.U7 00
Totals 773,495 08
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid In
Surplus fund
Undivided profits, less expenses and
taxes paid
Due to national banks.. 13,774 27
Dividends unpaid 1920
Individual deposits sub
ject to check 494,618 28
Time certificates of de
posit 133,13261
Certified checks 673 09
Cashier's checks out
standing 61
$100,000 00
20,000 00
3,377 20
(50,117 S6
Tetals 773,495 03
District of Columbia. CItv of Washington, :
I. BESTOR R, WATERS, cashier of the
above-named bank, do solemnly swear that
the above statement Is true to the' best of
my knowledge and belief.
BESTOR R. WATERS.
. .. .t . . Cashier.
Subscribed nnd sworn to before me thii
21st day of June. 1912.
CHAS. R. HARBIN.
Notary Public.
Correct Attest:
JAS. A. SAMPLE.
JOHN HERBERT CORNING.
K J MrQUADE.
ANSON 8 TAYLOR.
WM T BALLARD.
WM P. CHALLICE.
RALPH D. QIUNTER,
SIDNEY I BESSELIEVRE.
JOHN TYPSOWRKT.
WHAITON E. LESTER.
It Director.
the p:irt of the big traders to actively
inter tho market. Only tho speculative
scalpers aro doing anything. This causes
commission houses to bo conservative
In their advice. Thev are generally fa
vorablev Impresxed, but assert that
' they would not climb after stock.'
This mentis that temporary recessions
nro likely.
One house advocates tho purchase or
Copper, Smelting, Great Northern, Le
hleh Valley. Union Pacific. Reading,
nnd Btoel on all recessions. The same
hoHge , bl,uBh on whcat for a turn.
Tin, Hill Rntntrr nlans to haVO in
operation by August through trains
from Seattle to Galveston.
Immediately on the opening of the
short session fractional declines were
noticed and theso extended to reces
sions of Q In the leading rails,
coalers, etc.. Then the bears turned
l.. mvnf nnd nn nvernen of half of the
decllno was recovered with a steady .clouo
fr off on the average.
Soo Lino showed good strength, scor-
Inr n nnlnt advance. Copper was
uteady, but Smelting rose a point, dls
playing the best strength of tho ses
slon In tho usually Important Ust.
INDUSTRIALS
Tea.
Itlgh.Low.Clota.Cl'W.
A mal. Copper 87 87 7 1 87
Am. Beet Su. com.... 74 1ZY, 74 I 74
Am. Can cum 37 36 37 I 37
Am. Cot. Oil com 62 62 62 I
Am. IcoSecur 17 27 27 I C7
Am. Locomotive, con: 42 42 42 I 42
Am. Smelt & Ref., co 86 85 E6 I 85
Am. Tel. & Tel U6 146 146 1 146
Am. Tobacco, pfd 105 106 10S 1101
Anaconda Copper.... 44 44 44 I 44
.Colo. Fuel & Iron, col 32 32 32 I 31
Con. Gas, N Y 141 140 141 1141
Corn Prod. Ref. com. 16 15 16 I 15
Distillers Security.... S3V 32 S3 I 32
General Electric 173 172 172 1 172
National Lead com... 6S 68 5 I 58
National Bis. coma... 167 U6 156 I 163
Peoples Gas of Chi.. .1)4 114V 114 1 114
Rep. I & S com... 24 21 24 I 24
Rep. I & S., pfd... 80 79 79 1 79
SlOHS-Shef S & I, col 64 64 64 I 64
Tenn. Copper 44 44 44 I 46
U. S. Rubber, com.. C6 66 66 I 68'A
U. S. Rubber, pfd.. HO 110 110 1110
U. S. Steel, com.... 7d 6 69 I 70
U. S. Steel, pfd 110 110 1101110
Utah Copper t4 64 64 I 64
West'house Elec Mai 73 3 73 I 73
New York Curb Market.
Furnished to The Washington Time bj
llarrlman & Co., New York G. U. Chlpman,
manager local branch. Colorado Building.
v Bid. Asked.
British Col. Copper 6H 6,i
Bav State Gas 's .
Chicago Subway 4H 54
Davis-Oalv Copper..: 2M 2V4
Glroux Mlnlnc 5 b
Greene-Cananea 10V4 10H
Grecnewater M. S 5 G
Kerr Lake , 2H 2?i
La Roso Con 3S SV4
Manhattan Transit 13s 2
Mlnt-s Co. of Amer 3 3'
McKlnloy Durragh ljj ls
Ntpisslng Mines "! S
Ohio Copper
Tonopali Mng. of Nevada. 7 6
Yukon Gold 3 3
A in n. Marconi V 3U
Broden Copper 7V4 7s
Contl. Rubber It 1G
Porcupine Gold 35 37
Stnndnrd Oil, N. J 3S0 382
Standard Oil, N. Y 422 425
Tonopah 97i 10
Trl Bullion A A
United Cigar Storo 242 243
Woolworth 94 9C&
Woolworth pfd 114 116
FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
RKPOUT OK THE CONDITION
of the
The Columbia National Bank of
Washington
At Washington, In the District of Columbia,
at the close of business June 14, 1912.
P.ESOUnCE3.
Loans and discounts Jl.4K.2Sl 34
Oveidrafts, secured and unsecured.
499 61
U. S. bonds to secure circulation...
U. S. bondv to secure U. S. deposits:
Other bonls to secure
U. S. deposits 8186,812 60
To secure postal savings 15,000 00
250,000 W
60,001.109
201,812 60
6,500 00
226,856 25
60.000 00
Premiums on U. S. bonds ,
Bonds, securities, etc
Banking house, furniture, and fix
tures Due from national
banks (not reserve
agents S192.72000
Due from State and pri
vate banks and bank
ers, trust companies,
and savings banks.... 13,046 20
Due from approved re
serve agents 123,530 88
Checks and other cash
Items i 13,027 63
Exchanges for clearing
house 28,11276
Notes of other national
banks 9,570 00
Fractional paper cur
rency, nickels and
cents 614 91
Lawful money reserve
In bank, viz:
Specie 291,22660
Legal-tender notes.. 20,000 000
KK.StS 97
K.600 00
Redemption fund with U. 8. Treas
urer (5 per cent of circulation)....
Total 2,963,306 57
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid In 1 550 nnn M
Surplus fund 260,000 00
unaivinea promo, less expenses
and taxes paid msjw i
National bank notes outstanding;.. 247,100 00
uue 10 oiner national
banks fl24,145 94
Due to State and pri
vate banks and bank
ers 4,99397
Due to trust companies
and savlncs banks 290.03.1 Rt
Dividends unpaid $9 00
Individual deposits sub
ject to check 1,526,76770
Demand certificates of
deposit 90S 00
Ccrtfled checks 5,73123
United States deposits.. 196,000 00
postal savings deposits.. 7,664 07
2,156,320 55
Total 2,963.30667
City of Washington. District of Columbia, as:
I. CLARENCE CORSON, cashier of the
above-named bank, do solemnly swear that
the above statement Is true to th best o(
my knowledge and belief.
CLARENCE CORSON. Cashier.
Subscribed, and sworn to before me this
20th day of June. 1912
A. N. MITCHELL. Notary Public.
Correct Attest
WILLIAM E. nARKER.
CHARLES K. BENJAMIN.
JOHN JOY EDSON,
ALBERT F. FOX.
BENJAMIN W. OUY.
JOHN A. HAMILTON.
DAVID J. KAUFMAN.
BENJAMIN F. LEIOHTON.
THOMAS C. NOYES.
B. FRANCIS 8AUU
LOUIS P. SHOEMAKEIR,
CJEO. W. F. SWARTZELL.
- Direct.
EVELYN ran
THAW REFUSES TO
REPEAT SAD STORY
Former; Show Girl a Witness
in Husband's, Fight for
Freedom.
NEW YORK, Juno 22. -"I don't want
to reply. I won't reply. You can't
make me repeat the events of that
night. It Is bad enough that Thaw
stood behind me In two trials. God
knows I have dono enough for htm."
In a vitriolic voice, with eyes blazing
like those of a trapped leopardess,
Evelyn Ncsbltt Thaw late yesterday
afternoon thus refused to repeat for the
third time tho story of her relations
with Stanford White.
For five hours she had displayed that
cold Indifference and moBtcry of tech
nique gained by experience In former
appearances on the witness stand. She
answered questions with certainty un
der tho beginning of her cross-examina
tion by an attorney of Thaw In the
present hearing to pass upon his
mental state.
During tho morning she Identified a
number of fragmentary notes In Thaw's
handwriting. In which the names of
Helen Gould, Anthony Comstock, Will
lam Astor Chanler, Edna Goodrich,
Abraham Hummel. Stanford White,
and others were mentioned.
During the morning also William
Travers-Jerome, special deputy attorney
general, read two long letters sent by
Thaw to Governor Dlx, complaining of
conditions at Matteawan under Dr.
Robert B. Lamb. Once Thaw spoke of
Dr. I.amb as "the grand panhyrpersl
baBtecrator " The word stumped Je
rome, Shearn, Dr. Austin Flint, and
other students of exegesis In the court
room.
Thaw told tho governor that "quasl
anarchy reigns at Matteawan, a house
of misrule," and asked for the appoint
ment of a commlsBlon In lunacy to pass
upon the various cases of abuse which
ho cited, and upon tho sanity of a num
ber of tho Inmates of tho hospital.
On questioning by Jerome, lsveiyn
gave a detailed story of her Hfo up to
the time of the Blaylng of White. Tho
hearing was adjourned until Monday.
FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
REPORT OK THE CONDITION
of th
Washington Loan & Trust Co.
At Washington, In the District of Columbia,
at the closo of business June 14, 1912.
RESOURCES.
Loans nnd discounts 3,20,553 92
0enlrHts, secured and unsecured. 664 75
Bond, securities, etc 617,557 2
Banking houoe. furniture, and fix
tures, vaults, and safes 89,557 W
Other real evtute owned 35,974 IS
Due from national
banks 1977,47 45
Due irom Htato and pri
vate banka and bank
ers, trust companies,
and savings banks 620.918 20
Checks and other cash
Item 3.593 22
Exchanges for clearing
house 25.627 07
Bills of other national
banks iz.oww
Fractional paper curren
cy, nickels, and ymts. 6261
Lawful monoy reserve in
bank, Iz:
Specie 20,177 60
liegal-tender notes 125,00000
Due from V. S. Treas
urer 4,00)00
2.038.30 J
Total 8,759,624 94
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid ln.... 11,000,000 00
Surplus fund 950,000 00
Undivided proms, less expenses
and taxes rwld
153,372 50
Due to national banks .
Due to State and pri
vate banks nnd bank
ers Due to trust companies
and savings banks
1100 57
10.844 54
6,618 &
1.5J5 20
Dividend unpaid
Individual deposits sub
ject to check 6,405,746 27
Demand certificates of
deposit 3,27000
Time certificates of de
posit 193.02915
Certified checks 5,910 05
Cashier's checks out
standing 9S6 09
Poetal savings 29,222 18
6,656,252 44
Total 8,759.624 94
District of Columbia, city of Washington, s :
I. HARRY G MEEM. treasurer of the
above-named bank, do solemnly swear that
the nbove statement Is true to the best of
my knort ledge and belief.
HARRY G. MEEM. Treasurer.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
21st day of June, 1912.
ALFRED B. DENT, Notary Public
Correct Attest
Jnn. Joy Edson,
E11H Spear,
W. E Barker.
Albert F. Fox,
N. H. Shea,
George A. Kins,
It-
Augustus Crane,
John A Hamilton.
Theodore W Noyes,
Martin A. Knapp.
Louis P. Shoemaker.
John II. Clapp,
Directors.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
of the
Union Trust Company
of the District of Columbia
At Washington In the District of Columbia,
at the close of business June 14, 1912.
RESOURCES.
Loans and dlscounta 11,699,68014
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured. 282 14
Bonds', securities, &c 1,633,467 62
Banking house, furniture and fix
tures 1,066,04013
Other real estate owned 11,000 00
Due from national banks 235,840 30
Due from State and private banks
and bankers, trust companies.
and savings banks
Checks and other cash Items
Fractional paper currency, nickels,
and cents
Lawful money reserve in bank, viz:
Specie 830. 74 25
Legal-tender notes 2,66000
340.902 22
19,064 33
2S9 43
33.40S2S
Total 6,139.97146
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid In $2,000,000 M
Surplus fund 300,000 00
Undivided profits, less expenses and
taxes paid 128,094 63
Due to national banks... 150,000 00
Oue to trust companies
and savings banks 6S.S94 02
Dividends unpaid ........ 337 60
Individual deposits sub
ject to check 2,360,333 54
Trust deposits 63,748 95
Time certificates of de
posit 140.376 45
Certified checks 122 24
Treasurer's checks out
standing 7.9S0 35
9 fill ?tt Itt
Reserved for talces and Interest.... 20,083 87
Total 5,139.974 45
District of Columbia. City of Washington, ss:
I, EDWARD J. BTELLWAGEN. President
of the above-named bank, do rolemnly swear
that the above statement In true, to the best
of my knowledge and belief.
EDWARD J. 8TELLWAGBN. President.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
19th day of June 1912.
REGINALD RUTHERFORD,
Notary Public
Correct Attest:
D. M. Ransdell, Wm P. Lipscomb,
George E. Hamilton, D. J. Kaufman.
Daniel W. O'Donoghue, lames 13. Lambie,
George Gibson, J H. rranford,
George E. Fleming. F. n. McOutre.
J. H. Small. Jr.. H. L. Rust,
J Thllman Hendrlck, Charles F. Wilson.
Frank C. Henry,
lt Directors.
CELEBRAftS FIRST
MASS IN CAPITAL
Father J. E. Murphy, of Scattlo,
Was Ordained Yesterday By
Cardinal Gibbons.
Relatives and numerous friends of the
Rev. J. E. Murphy, of Seattle, were
present this morning at 6 o'clock at St.
Joseph's Catholic Church when he cele
brated his first mass. He was or
dained yesterday In Baltimore by Car
dinal Gibbons.
Father Murphy 1b the nephew of,P, J.
Byrne, of this city, and, after being or
dained yesterday, came to Washington
last night as the guest of his uncle.
The services this morning were of un
unusual solemnity, and despite the early
hour the new priest's friends flocked
to the church to take advantago of tho
privilege of attending his first low mass.
Soloa wero sung by Miss Katherine
Ryan. Father Murphy will leave shortly
for his diocese In Seattte.
FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
of the
District National Bank
At Washington. D. C, at the close of
business June 14, 1912.
rtEHOimCEB.
Loana and dlscounta (1,010,067 40
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured. 996 68
U. H. bunds to secure circulation.. 400,000 00
U. H. bonds to secure U. 8. deposits 1,000 00
Other bonds to secure U. B. de
posits 130.81007
I'remlums on V. S. bonds 4,807 98
Bonds, securities, etc 13,637 66
lianklng house, furniture, and fix
tures 266,87704
Due from national banks (not re
serve agents) 66. 29 4 93
Due from Htale and private banks
and bankers, trust companies,
and savings banks 126,000 24
Due from approved reserve agents. 90,456 11
Checks and other cash items 21,135 75
Exchanges for clearing house 1,931 39
Noteo of other national banka 1,610 00
fractional paper currency, nickels,
and cents 27 46
Lawful money reserve
In bunk, viz:
Specie $125.640 00
lAignl-tender notes .. 6,000 00
131.640 00
11,000 00
Redemption fund with U. S. Treas
urer (5 per cent or circuiaionj..
Total
2'.32052 63
LIABILITIES.
Capital stock paid In $400.00000
Surplus fund 100,00000
Undivided profits, less expenses nnd
taxes paid 14,268 90
National hank notes outstanding... 337,60 00
Due to other national banks 68.418 22
Due to Stats and private banks
and bankers 2,007 40
Due to trust companies and sav
ings banks 97.987 27
Due to approved reserve agents.... 282 87
Individual deposits subject to check 1,023.8.'0 60
Demand certificates of deposit W,W4 04
Certified checks 6.1106J
Cashier's checks outstanding 2,562 70
United States deposits 115,00000
Hills potable. Including certificates
of deposit for money borrowed.. 20,000 00
Total 2.324.952 83
District of Columbia. Cltv of Washington, ss.
I. ROBT. N. HARPER. President of the
above-named bank, do solemnly swear that
the above statement Is true to the best
of my knowledge and belief
ROBT. N. HARPER, President.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
20th day of June, 1912.
J. B. DALRTMPLE.
Notary Public.
Correct Atteaf
Wm. P. Lipscomb.
William K. Ellis.
John W. Childress,
Ralph Barnard.
Chas. J. Butler. Jr.,
Chas P Carusl,
Iewls Holmes,
J. W. Harper,
Gerson Nordllnger,
Robt. L. O'Brien.
J. Castle Rldgway,
Chas. C. Rogers,
N. L Sansbury,
Ell Sheetz.
Robt. R. Tuttle.
.1 S. Tyree,
Sidney West,
Martin Wlegand,
Directors
E. H. Daniel.
John T Devlne.
Roht. N. Harper.
Alex. T. Hensey,
Jas. M. Hoge,
W. 8. Hoge.
EXCURSIONS
Don't Worry About Schedule
of Trains
Between Washington and
Baltimore During
Democratic Convention.
fast Limited Trains
VIA
The Electric Line
EVERV IS MIXUTKS
Direct to the Heart of Baltimore and
Within Five Mlntitea City Car Ride
of Convention Hall.
Hourly Service to Colonial Annapolla
and Direct to Gate Famous V. S.
Naval Academy.
SPECIAL RATE
TO
BALTIMORE
$1 .25 R. T.
BYEBY' SATUIIDAY AND SUNDAY
ONLY
INCLUDING "VVASIIINtyrON CITY
CARFAIIK. GOOD IlETTOMNG
UNTIL MONDAY MIDNIGHT
Washington, Baltimore, and
Annapolis Electric Railroad
Company
1424 NEW YORK AA'BNUE.
FINANCIAL
Capital $1,000,000
Deposits nearly $7.000.000
Before Leaving For
Your Summer Trip
be sure that your business
affairs are placed in capable
hands.
This dependable old com
pany is prepared to act as
your agent.
Satisfactory service at rea
sonable rates.
trWe can supply you with
TRAVELERS' CHECKS and LET
TERS OF CREDIT.
The Washington Loan and
Trust Company,
Cor. 9th and F Sts.
L
JOHN JOY EDSON. President.
STEAMSHIPS
DIRECT
ALL
THE
WAY
BY
WATER
T
0
Metropolitan Steamship -Line
The Great White Steel Steamships 1
MASSACHUSETTS AND BUNKER HILL i
BXPHKSB 8BHVK7H FOR PAKSENOKnS, KJII3IGHT,
AUTOMOBILES AM) HORSES. m r
Ctectrlc fans In ln'ntde 11.00 rooms. Outside rooms $i.(W: rsomi
with Bed $3.00; with Uolh $8.00. Main Deck dining -room, Superior
BerMcc, Huirjcane Deck Cafo. Wireless Telegraphy; Submarine Big.,
nal Service: Searchlight. Oil FuM. ,,..., . . Z
FROM NEW YORKi Leave Tier 14 North, River, foot of'
Fulton St., Week Days nnd Sundays at 6 V. M. Same rervlce re
turning; time between cities alut IS hours. .
SFKOIAI7 NOTICE. Staterooms on. Metropolitan Line
Simmers from New York may be reserved and pald for nt Ticket
Offices of the Baltimore & Ohio and rennsyhiinla, Railroads In Wash
Throunk tickets via either route to
Important commeri'lnl center In aialne nntl tne aiariflme I'rovinecsv
AddrCHsj 'PasenKVr Oeinrhient, Pier 14, North Rlvr, Nvt YotIc, frith;
fie noaiace for I. lit of lintels. Camnx. IlonrillnK Uov.nr, nnd Bora' and:
Glrln Camps, nlao the Story of the
maritime Province! over 2o loiuer
PORTLAND, ME.
MAINE STEAMSHIP ONE S'fiS'rSRrtii st-J
A delightful Lome Ilnnd Sound nnd Atlantic Ocemn trip of BOO mtlea.t
FROM NEW YORK i .,ea Plor IB, North River, foot of Vesey Sfc1
Tues., Thur. & SatB. at 5 P. M.; also Mondays at 10:30 A. M.; same days
from Portland: time Between uiiies aoout zz nours.
AII-the-Way-By-Water Folders jjjln Every Motel nnd Ticket Office.
EASTERN STEAMSHIP CORPORATION
EXCURSIONS
Chesapeake Beach
ON - THE -
Salt Water Bathing 1
Fishing Crabbing
Boating
ALL AMUSEMENTS
MUSIC
DANCING FREE
Mammoth
Boardwalk
Excellent Hotels
and Cafes
ROUNDlWeeklOCp Sundaysl ,
TRIP 'Ljj Holidays i
Train schedule In II. IL Column.
District Line Station. For additional Information, telephone Line.
UI20.
OPEN REGULAR SEASON
SATURDAY. JUNE 22
COLONIAL BEACH
"WASHINGTON'S ATLANTIC CITY."
PALATIAL STEAMER ST. JOHNS
CAPT. II. F. McIIOHNBY
LEAVES SEVENTH STREET WHARF
Daily at 9 A. M. Except Mon., Sat. 2:30 P. M.
Special Week End Trip
Saturday, June 22, 2:30 P. M.
Sunday, June 23, 9:00 A. M.
WEKK END TBirs TO
Old Point Comfort and Norfolk
Friday & Saturday ,$3.50
Round Trip, Good To Return Monday.
Special Tickets, Including state room and
accommodations at famous
CHAMIIEHLIN HOTEL,
OLD POINT COMFORT.
Saturday to Mon- flrr r
Saturday to Tuesday or CII Cf
Friday to Monday DxJLOU
Saturday to Wednesday (g- K Cfl
or Friday to Tuesday.... tDxiJ.tJu
NEW YORK AND BOSTON I1Y SEA.
City Ticket Office, Bond Building.
720 14th st. N. W. Phone Main 162a
NORFOLK A WASHINGTON
STEAM no AT Q41.
FINANCIAL
The Safest Investments
Are those that do not tluctuato during dis
turbed condition, of the money or stock mar
kets. First deed of trust notes (first mort
gages), well sveured on real estate In th
District of Columbia, constitute "gllt-edjN"
Investments. They do not depend upon the
financial responsibility of IndlUduals or cor
porations for their stability, and are exempt
from taxation as personal property. We can
supply such Investments In amount, from
ttOO upward, Send for booklet, "Concerning
Loans and Investments."
SWARTZELL, RHEEM &
HENSEY CO.
727 UTII 8TREET N. W.
EDUCATIONAL
The BERLITZ SCHOOL
OF LANGUAGES
tl 14th st. N. W. r-hone Main 3217.
Echool Open All Summer. I'rlvate and class
lessons school or residence. Teachers sent to
country places.
ELOCUTION AND SINGINO.
MRE. EMILT FUECH RARKE&
IU lllta .J. N E. fhone Lincoln l.
STEAMSHIPS
BOSTON
the Wondrous) Vacation Jnnd anC
Const nnd Interior of Maine, and the:
page oi inncinnjiaf,- uirraiure.
EXCURSIONS
BAY
Take IV'crr York Ave. car to
Salt Water Bathing,
Fishing,Crabbing, Dancing
All Amusements
ROUND TRIP
One Day - - 50c
Season - - - $1.00
Spend Sunday at
GREAT FALLS
Band Concert
Electric Illumination
Moving Pictures
CARS LEAVE 36th AND
M STREETS N. W.
CONCBIIT EVERY EVENING AT
fHEVY CHASE LAKE
s' Ily Larue Section
U. S. Marine Band
UEIUtYGO-nOUND AND OTUEIl
NEW FEATURES.
DANCING ADMISSION FflEE.
STEAMER CHARLES MACALESTER
TWO TIUPS DAILY TO
MOUNT VERNON
LeavlnR Seenth Street Wharf at 10 a. m..
returnlnc at 2.15 p. ra.; leaving at 2:30 p. m.,
returning at 6.1b p. m. Hound trip, 74a
lncludlne admission to ETounds and mansion.
STEAMSHIPS
Merchants and Miners Transportation Co.
VACATION TRIPS
"BY SEA" 4
BALTIMORE
to ,
Boston-Providence
Savannah-Jacksonville
Through tickets to Northern and
Southern points. Fine steamera; ex
cellent r.crvlce; low fares. Wireless
teleuraph. Send for booklet.
I II. A O H. I! Office and MI Mil, . t?
' W. V. TUIINER. V. T. 4U Baltlnuro, ' Ud,

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