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TITE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1912.
CONSTRUCTION IRK Reassuring Foreign Neius and Prices Help Market
Conflicting Reports as
Why 4,000 Men Are
BOSTON, Nov. 12. Peremptory orders
MoppltiR construction work on the
Southern New England rallrond In Mas
sachusetts and Rhodo Island, "because
ot the Ualkan situation," today created
ft furore In railroad, steamship, other
transportation circles and among com
rclal men thiouRhout New England,
u Tno Southern New England was to
Jae been file Qrnnd Trunk's I'ne kIvIiii?
'"no Canadian rond n seaport terminal
Ot Providence. Suih a line would have
competed .with the New Yolk, New
Jiaxen, and Hartford railroad.
Tho order to stop construction work
'left between 2 500 and 4,000 men Idle to--
(lay. Jtlllirn Thimiai, r Ifnnallnl ,-an-
leral New England counsel for tho Grand i
Trunk, declared today the work lias
Uoppod only temporarily. Ho said "un-1
nettled conditions of the money market I
owing to the disturbed state In tho I
Balkans" vvas the cause.
Several local pabcrs and one Provi
dence paper flatly asserted today that
the Grand Trunk has discontinued
building Its Southern New England road
on tho promise from .President Mellen.
f tho New IIacn road, of direct traf
fic privileges and connection to New .
York city, and reimbursed of the money !
cxpenucu in mo construction work.
GOESlfb PLAN TRIP
OF KNIGHTS TEMPlAR
Generalissimo of Local Command
cry Will Arrange for Accom
modations at Denver.
Dr. l'rank E. Gibson, generalissimo of
Columbia Commander), No. 2, Knights
Templar, representing the llvo local
cnminjtidorle and tho grand com
munileiy, leucs Washington this utter
Jioon for Denver, Col, where ho vvlll
arrange foi hotel accommodations for
the Washington Templars who will
intend the thlrt -second triennial con
clavo of the ivnlRhts Templar to be held
111 tho Colorado city Apt it U, 14, und 15.
"1 expect more than jw Templars will
attend the Dcnvei comlae," slid Dr.
Ulbson toduj 'At the 1910 conclave In
'"hliago loo went."
Word has been received bj Dt. Oibson
from tho commandcrles of Denver that
contracts have been gone Into by the
Ten-plum there and the hotels that the
lutes will not be lulsed on the visitors
'This has been done In Older to attract
n bis ctowd," suld Dr. Gibson todav.
At the Chicago conclave some of tho
hotels put as Itlnh as four In a loom
at a ChulKOd each man SI Thlu uuu
outruneous, und the Detiv er Knights, to
viu una, ii.hu useu ineir tnituenee to
Ket tho lest of rates for the visitors
tlieiu In 1511"
iUa M',lnKto," .an.'.1 Columbia commnnder
les will send drill teams to the eonclavo
lll be given to the teams making thu
i. ..?. or.."Le;al months und hope to
he umong thu winners.
Entries for Tomorrow
At Jamestown Track
-!r8t ,r.?Cf Tw- Par-olds, purse.
"' ael Ing. live and one-half fur.
in8 Kiama Jo,hnon. 101. Coronet,
wf,'fcan;1 2i0B- 10ti' Providence, 106.
Slan, 11.'! : AnCn' 109 1"ut
Second race Thrce-jear-olds and
upward, purse. 300. selling, one mile
and seventv jards 'Absconder. 102.
Kmnlit"in'-''' ?i' 'Senator Sparks. 102
?n-Vn,n 100.' ?ee,r'ul'' 05. Henotlc
SloYll.. S lY ' ' Granla- 112-
Third race Tlireo-jiar-olds and un-
.r"hri'LnPUL30 ,0-,r"lns- slx furlongs
Chilton fequuw. 93. Messup Burn. 95.
Ochre Court, ,; Union Jack. 100. Cu-
h.fse,ini01i7hr "; 10-- Ulmu' io1- -
i? ' i '.I?1, J,e?1''' 0b: Ttosscaux, 10S,
Cowl, lip. Spohn. Ill: Hoffman. 112
Sherwood, 111: Mjies O'Conntll, 104
Fourth raco-Ljnn-Ilavcn Hotel, sell
ing stake, value II.iKo, all ages, ono
"'''..P". 96. 'Altamaha, 99. Amulll.
301, Vurhorn. 100, Ivabd, 101: Black
ford. 101: Kl Oro. 101; White Wool, 110,
Jlerry Lad, 110, Kormak, 10. Hilarious,
I'lfth race Three-year-olds and up;
purse, J3K) selllnR. one mile and seventy
J aids. It. ietli M7,. First Peep, 107:
Supervisor. 107; Tom Hiijward Iht"
Hi11"".1.1.0", Mllrk' m' '' of Langdnii.
112, NlinbtiH, 11J, Ilaldeman, lli
Bltlh race Three - car-olds and up:
purse. Jjini, Mlllim, une and one-six-teenth
miles Mimasi-ih lot. Hey pit
rilant. ldfi, Purdiii r m, Aplaster no'
Dvnamlip, m Diduetlon, 109, Hedge
Rise, 111; Lord Elutit. ill; sir cieges,
Ml: Trov Wdglit. Ill, Chester Krum,
HI; Donald M.ieDonald, 114
.Apprentice nllowunce of flvo pounds
Wilson tntrv. Weather lino, traek
Today Is Anniversary
Of San Diego Discovery
Ban Diego bay, California, was dis
covered and named bj Sebastian VU
calnn on this day In 16'H, and Joseph
llopklnxon. author of "Hall Columbia,"
was born In Philadelphia on November
1.'. Ill" I
Louis XVI re-estahllshod tho French 1
parliament rum viurs niter. William
I'lndley. governor of Pennsjlvanla, died
nt Harrlsburg, Pu , on this day In 184i,
Russia suspended Intercourse with the
portfi on November 12. 1849. and Charles
Kemble, the great English actor, died
six years luter. Tho Gtund Trunk rull
way, 850 miles long, was opened ftom
Quebec to Toronto on this da In lSSn
The Karl of Mtnto became governor
general of Canada on Novimber 12 183S,
and Just one ear nno todav Indiana,
Illinois, Wisconsin, and Michigan wcro
swept tty a storm which destroved mil
lions of property
The Safest Investments
Arc those that 1 not tluituuto during llt
turlccl coiKluinii f Ihc itiuiw or utotk ninr
Kits rirtt tired nf trum noiw (tlrit mrt
f&gnm) uill hpcurtcl on real estate In th
IiltrU( "f 1 otumblu iimatltute ' kIU-p(1k? '
liupBtmrntf Tho ilu m t iWpond upon e
flnaniUl rtJP'nBlhlllt of Individuals or cor
poratl'n for llVli t1a.b)lit unJ are xempt
from taxuiion as pergonal proptrtv We t.in
pupplj hu)i Jnetmrni8 In amminU fmm
ti,0 upward htnd for Nioltlci, ' Lonternlnc
Joans and Invfstmciits '
SWARTZELL, RHEEM &
;:- UTlt STIIKET .s. v.
Common Is Steady and Pre
ferred Stock Experiences
Washington Hallway and Electric
shares, both common and preferred,
again enJoed prominence In today's
meeting of tho Washington Stock Ex
change, the common holding firm at 85
and the preferred cnJoIng a further
In alt in shares of the common were
brought out and 149 shares of tho pre
ferred Prices for the preferred ranged
from 89 up to MVj.
Three Sl.ootl lots of Telephone E's were
sold at 104. Otherwise the business was
small. In three other Issues.
Bid and Ashed on
tJ. fl. Reg. 2's lOO'i 101H
tl. 8 Coupon 2's 100H 101H
1'. S lUg. 3's 102 Wt-i
V. S. Coupon 3 s 102H 103
U. a Ileg. 4's 113'4 114H
V. 8. Coupon 4's 113, HtH
Georgetown Gas K's 105 107
Waoli. Qns O's 110 110i
Capital Tl action R. R. 5's ... 110 110'i
Anacostla & Potomac l' 99
City & Suburban 5's 103 105
Cofumliln R. R. S's 100
Columbia 11. It. 6's 101
Metropolitan R R. S's 1X
Wash. Hy & Elcc. 4 s W'4 SI'i
Wash, Afcx. & Mt. V. 6's.... 92i 97
Potomac Elcc. Cons. 5's loni 101
Potomac Elcc. Lt. G's lOfi 107H
C & P. Telephone 5's 14 liPj
Amer. Tel A Telga. 4's 110
ash. Market S's. 1927 99
Wash. Market S's, IW 99
W. M Cold Storage S' !
N. & W. Steamboat 5's ... lr,'4 107
Rlggs Realty S's (long) 103 103;
Rlggs Realty S's short) 101 103
PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS.
Capital Tluctlon 122 123"j
AVitsh Ry. Elcc. com. ... i9 .0
Wash. Ry & Elec. pfd 89 9',
Wush.-Va. Rwy. com 43
Wush -Va. Rwy. pfd 75
N & W. Steamboat M
Washington Gas hW l7
Georgetown Gas 0 110
Eastern Light & Fuel 122 ...
Amer. Tel & Tel 140
TYPE MACHINE STOCKS
Merrenthaler Unotjpo .21', J.'llt
Lanston Monotjpe . . . 9Hj W
Green Cananea 9
NATIONAL BANK STOCKS
Amerleun National Hank.. . 172'j 1W
Capital National Hunk 220
Columbia National Hunk 2S -TO
Commercial National Hunk :n5
Dlstilet Nut llunuk lit, VA
Fur. & Mech Nut. Hunk.. .. i5
u,ncum N4tton.1l Ilink i.jj
Metropolitan Nat. Uunk 2(0 212
biggs National Hunk ... EMj M"J
Seeond Nut Hank l'X)
Nat Bank of Wash 251 2i,0
TP.UST COMPANY STOCKS.
Amer See. &. Trust 3i!
Nctloiul Siv. Ac Tiust 205 27:' 4
Fnloi Trust 117H 1J9J,
Wush. Loan & Trust 230 250
flitted States Trurt 110 It",
SAVINGS BANK STOCKS
Citizens' Suvlngs Bank 20 22'i
Home auvniho 3ii
V men Savings 243
Bank of Com & Siv 124 17
Last Wash. Sav. Bank IS 17
I 1HK I.NiM'l. N K olOCKd
Arlington Fire Insurance .... IS 21
eoteui.in 1 lie tiiMiiutietf mj ..
I Ircmen's Fire Insurance 19b 2
Franklin Fire Insurance 31
Cier. Amer. Fire Ins 270
Nat. Union Flro Ins m ..
Potomac Flro Insurance 30 ..
TITLE INSURANCE 8TOCKS.
Columbia Title Insutance.... 6' 3 ...
l.cal Estute Title Ins 6
Chapln Sacks 1C0 220
1). C. Paper Mfg. Co 135
Grapho. com Sj t6
Gi.ipho pf 90
Much iruns & Storage.... 105 Uo
Security Storage 210 22S
Washington Market IT ..
Sales Today On
Capital Traction S's. Sl.uWilUHi
Wubhlngton Rullwa und Electric
common, 2&ii89, 25?iS9, 2oiV.i
Washington Hallway and Electric pre
ferred, llnfifc9, 2SJ1S9. StiMtl).
American Securltv and Trust, MjSOO
Aftir call Chesapeake and Potomac
Telephono S's, 1,OOO01O4, Jl,00Ot104,
Wushlngton Railway and Electric pre
ferred, 25iJiMP,, iViiMH, 25(uS9H, 5fS9V.
2Sfit9't. 3'oS9S, JTIS9V,
Washington Hallway and Electrlo
common, S01ib9, SO&M.
CUMI1ERLAND, Md . Nov. 12. The
new Masonic Temple In this city, oe
cupvlng a part of the site of old Fort
Cumberland, was dedicated today In the
pnsenco of u large gathering of the
Masonic fratcrnltv. Thomus J .Shrjock.
of Baltimore, grand mastet of the
Mar) land Grand Lodge of Masons, offi
ciated nt tho ceremonies.
Kurplaa and undivided profits
ovr 11,000 QCO
1U ARE WASTED
through incompetent man
agement. In writing YOUR
will name an executor of abil
ity and experience.
Thin rrllnlile old compnii will
act as oin executor, cluirKlng
no ruorr for Its service tban an
The Washington Loan &
Cor. 9th and F Sts.
JOHN JOY EDSON, President.
SLIGHT RECOVERY EXPERIENCED BY
STOCKS FOLLOWING LONDON
NEW YORK, Nov. 12-Tltcro was a
firmer tono to tho market this morn
ing, following good advances for Ameri
cans In London, but tho losses of yes
terday afternoon wcro by no means re
couped Tho list opened higher, around
a point, and though slight advances
wcro Been as tho trading progressed,
tho gatns melted away to sumo de
gree, leaving ut noon only fractional
gains over yesterday's close und frac
tional losses un compared with opening
Departures from this general rnn.ll.
Jlon were seen In Canadian Pacific und
the petroleum Blocks Canadian was 11
leader In strength and tho California
uiid Mexican Irenes were weak Cana
dian opened over two- points high and
lost only a point during the morning,
showing a considerable net gain
Tho strength In Canadian Indicates an
easier feeling ubroad over the Balkan
situation. Mexican Petroleum started
nt u fractional advance, then sold down
over four points, and regained less than
one, while California Petroleum opened
Today's New York Stock Exchange Prices
QvotMloos furnUtird br v. a Itlbbi , Co . mmt)n of Ntw York Btoe Bi
'""'' Wsslilnwen BtoeV Eichantt. nd CMrsm rtoura of Tridiv lllbb. rtulldtn.
llleh Lew, p m Clos.
Amal. Copper E34t S2K OS I M't
Am. Beet Sugar com. 50'i, M MVe I Wit
Am. Can. com eOV. 3SM 3S I 35'
Am Can. pfd 122 121 122 1 122V
Am. C. A Fdy, com (0 iU Ci" I Mi
Am. Cot. Oil com 51S MW US I MS
Am Ice.Secur 1M. 19. 19
Am. Loco, com (j UU i H
Amer. Loco pfd lObVa lwlVi lew I lOoH
Am Smelt & Ref.com (0 i'k TOVh I 71)
Am Sug.i Ref.con....l21 120U 121 I121S
Am. Tel & Tel IUV. ;, H2, W
Am. Woolen com S3 23 si I
Am. Woolen pfd 8H M'j Ulil
California Oil com... A tsi'i 61H I OM
California Oil pfd.... fi 111 !l I 01
Cent. Leather com.... 31 .Ck ruS I 3 Hi
Cola Fuel & iron 3d 33 30 I SOS
Com Prod. Ref..com. 16S 10S IbS I luS
Corn Prod. Ref.,pfd7. E3t hi (2 I
Con. Gas, N. Y U3, u 143 I HI".
Distillers Security.... 27W sn4 2Hi I US
General Electric HI 181 1H 1 IM(
Great North. Ore j'. 45 45 1 45
Inter. Harvester 120 1194 llt"i 1 1:0
Loose-Wiles Co. com 43 43 43 I 43
National Bis , com... 410 I2JS l'.-SH I 130
National Lead. com.. djVi CUM MS I H2V
Mexican Petroleum.. W TtiS H)lt 1 US
Pac Mall Stmp jj, 32S 3JW I .TS
IVoples Oas of Cbl... HtSS lliS lid I MtiW
Prcs S Car. com.. 37V 37 371. 1 37
Rati Steel Spgs. pid.. 102 102 102 I I02li
Rep. I. & B. com JOS 2iS 23H I 0
Re. I. & S. pfd VIS i'Ui (IS,
Slors-Suef. S &I. com 55 55 K, I M
Tcnn. Copper US 40 low 1 41H
U.S R'lty & Im. com. fOU fOV, Ki'i I 82
U.3 Rubber, com.... 52t 5IS 5IS I 5IS
U S. Rubbrr pfd I07S I07S 1U7S I
U 6. Steel, com 7iU ;3S 75 I 74
US bleel. pfd 112 HIS Ill's 1 112
Utah Copper tv e2S nJV, 1 e4S
Va. Car. Chem , con 45S 4iS 45S 1 4d
West. Union Tel 7M. 78 S 7H I 7sS
West'house Elec. M MS 10S 1SI el
Wholesale Produce Market
i:,;i; .Nrurb) Ireah, JJV3IC, suuthem, 3lJ
ChereNew York, new, lc per lb , flat,
lfc. per lb
liuttcr Ulgln print, 35c per lb ; tub, 34o
per lb , pnjctsi. 2Sc per lb
Live Puultrylleni. J3c per lb : roasters.
Pe per lb , turke, 161 ISc per lb ; ducki
lltjl&c per lb . ehlckenM, large, l&a per lb ,
medium, ISOlEc per lb.
Iitni'd Poultry Turkey. llQSoc per lb.;
hem, K017c per lb ; ducki. li'ul7o per lb ;
chlikem. ITeiltc per lb.
(Irten Krulte California oransea 14 00 per
1k,x, lemone 16 2T,tx DO per box, pine
apple', per crate. $10092.50, Florida grope
fruit. St 0W4 25 per box. new apples, II 5erg
2 (! per bbl , peachei SI 251il 50 per crate,
Meats tlreiaed Lightweight pork, 10c per
lb heavier. 94110c
Vegetables Potat rs, WfiMc Mr bu ; eel
er, 37c per dozen, ann, SI. 0031 3 per bbl ;
onions, 7tMi50c per crtite, cabbage 7&tiS0c per
10(1 Iba : lettuce, II OOftl 50 per baiket beeta
II OWil 20 per 100 bunchea; squash, KJc
per bbl , sweet potatoes, II OOftl 30 per bbl ,
lima beans, 15c per qt.
ONE OF THE OI.DEHT
I1A.SKI.NG INSTITl'TIU.SS OP V ASIH.SOTON.
Lincoln National Bank
U. S. Government Depository
Corner Seventh and D Streets
THE fact that this Bank is winning new depositors
every day shows that the superior service of
fered is appreciated. We solicit your Com
mercial or Savings account.
Interest Paid on
Savings Department Open Saturday Evenings, 6 to 9 o'clock.
R. A., Walker, President. A. S. Gatlcy, Cashier.
Floyd E. Davis, 1st Vice Pres. W. McK. Stowell. Assistant
Robt. Callahan, 2d Vice Pres. Cashier.
THE BANK OF PERSONAL SERVICE
THIS IS YOUR BANK .
in men, equipment, experience, and resources. We bring
to your serviceright at your desk such aids to business
as have made this bank a useful factor in the upbuilding
of local enterprises.
If contemplating a change COME HERE.
weak and showed a net loss of four
joints at, the prices around noon.
Extra session talk continues, und It Is
piobably being used to its limit by tho
Thu Canadian Pnclllc declared Its
ngulir (iiartcrly dividend of 1 per
eent out of earnings and ?4 of 1 per
rent nut of land saleB income., making
ii pjr cent altogether on Itn common
Ht. Louis Scull, western's frptitnlwr
operating revenue Inci cased f 112,516 und
Its net Income I2S.012.
It Is reported from Cleveland that II.
I. DuUKhcrt) & Co will tnko ovct tho
Toled' Itallioads and Light Company.
A report dlsnppiuvlng tho piojcct tit
the Pennslvmla r.llniid to mako
Montnuk Point u great ..centi terminal
hH been nine ed In the hands of the
Scictai) of War It Is said
1 The Pcnnavlviinla Conl and Coko Cor-
potatlou has clesed a conl! uct with mo
Pcthlehem Steel Company to supply all
Its dike for ntxt J ear.
Canadian. car shops arc reported to
bo on the point of closing orders for
heavy tonnage of steel with United
Money rose to G per cent at noon.
107Vi I I07S
I37S 1 13SS
S3 I 9Vi
IBS I 1914
I15S I II4S
107 1 100S
20 I 20
US I C4
21 I 28 S
173S I 174
147 1 147
HIS I 1I2S
At T. oV. 8. Fa., comlOJS
Atlantic Coast Line.. IMS
tlal. & Ohio, com....l06H
Brook. Rap. Tran... JDS
Canadian Pacific 2S1S
Ches. & Ohio tOS
Chi. & O. W.. com... IB".
Chi. M. A St, P.. coilIV.
i JJ. W., com. I3PS
& Hudson 107
Lak. & West....549V
R. Grande, pf. 40H
Erie, com 24S
Erie. 1st pfd MS
O. North, pfd 1ISS
Illinois Central IMS
Inter. Met., com 20
Inter. Met., pfd US
Kan C. S. com 28
Lehigh Valley 174
L. & Nash 147
M S P & S B M. conll.!H
M. K. T. com 2S
Missouri Paclc 44V
N. Y. Cent. Hud. R..II5
Norfolk & Western. ..115
28 I 2
OS I 43S
1)3 1 ins
I24S I W4
I70S I lt3S
2i I 25
49 I 4fS
2-JS I 29S
(I I US
Rock Island com...
Hock Island pfd....
iouth. Pac. com....
South. Rail com...
South. Rail. pfd...
Texas & Pacific...
Union Pac. com....
Union Pac. pfd
Wis. Cent, com
Atch. Convert. 4' 104S IMS I04S 1 105S
C.II &Q Joint 4 s.... its l&S KSl 05S
C.U.I. & Pac. 4 7S el". b7',i I faS
Int. Metro. 4S'a H toS tl I U
U. S. Sleei 2d 5 s. .. 101 101', 101', 1 10IS
New York Curb Market.
Furnished to the Washington
by Harrlman - Co.. New irork:
Chlpman, manager local branch,
Anglo-American Oil 18
Day Stute Has . . l,
Ilrad.n Copper . .. h
Ilrltlsh Coluniblu Copper. 4S
Continental ItUliber . ... 11
Chicago Subwu) . . 4'j
Cobalt Lake . .. .. 4
Olroux Mining 4S
Grei ne-Cununt u S
Kerr Luke 2S
Iji Rose Con 2,',
Manhattan Transit IS
Nlplsslng Mines dS
Ohio Copper IS
Porcupine Gold 17
Stundurd Oil of N. J 391
Tonopah Helmont 9
Tonopah Mining of Nev . tS
Trl Bullion .... t,
1'nlted Cigar Stores . 1I2S
Cnlted Cigar Stotes pf 120
Yukon Gold 3V
AND IIEST KSOWV
Safe Deposit Vaults,
$2.50 Per Annum Up.
TAKES, AN APPEAL
Alexandria Police Testify Rooms Over Restaurant Have
Been Raided Four Times Con federate Vet
erans Attend Arlington Ceremony.
WABIIINOTON TIMI5S UflVIiMf.
AI.KXAMMIIA, V, NOV 12
As a sequel to the raid on a (jumbling
house at 31S King street early Sunday
morning by Chief floods and a squad
of po'lecmen, H, Prcvolos, proptletor of
u restaurant, over whleh the gtmbllng
house was conducted and ntao tho own
er of tho building, wiim brought Into
police court today, charged with permit
ting gambling on his premises.
Chief Goods testified that slnee tho
rcstuurant had been located in the pres
ent buildings four raids hud been mado
iiy the police en tho upper rooms, and
each time u number of men had bren
found gambling there. Prcvolos had
been frequently warned ngulnst leasing
the urpcr rooms for gambling purposes
according to thu chief it was necessii)
to pass through the restaurant beforu
reaching the upper stories, und Prcvolos
was compelled to pass through the gam
bling; rooms on tho second floor before
reaching his own rooms on the third
noor. The location of tho atalra reach
ing the upper looms has b,en chunged
three times recently.
Chief Goods ulso said that there was
an elaborate evcum of Pel's which wetc
operated from the restaurant to wum
the peoplu on the seeond lloor.
Justice Caton Imposed a line of tJO
upon Privolos and Pmvnlos announc d
he would take an uppcul.
Wearing their uniforms of gray, two
score of Confederate Veteran", mcmboia
S-.H' . .f'' Camp, assembled today at
noon at the corner of King and Colum
ArtinVE? "'?. '".k. " : .""l jriiln foi
... m .., n,,i.,v- ini-y 100a piri tnis
?he H0" ln Jhe.'trcinonlea Ineldent to
n.?n, ,yin. ot ,llu cornerstone of the
City council, which will hold Its regit
1. J. eml,-nonthly meeting tonight, will
which is due for action Is given con.
slderatlon One of the mott Importalt
matters for consideration will be the
quest on of the use of Hoyil street by
he Washington-Virginia rnllnav. A
Joint meeting of the street, finance and
general laws committees was held last
night and an agreement was reached
b which they will report to eoune'l
tonight In fuvor of accepting the propo
sition of tho rallwav company which Is
to pay I1.6O0 a iar for n term of twciitv
years and pave three blocks on Roval
stre-ct nt a cost of J12,oon
An effort will ho madi to secure a
I. tint L.uLlnn .. t .k t..... , .1
I und cimmon eounell foi the purpose
i flf tlefttn,- flirnn tlnllo.. . nm..,!..-!..... ..
i.nd four memoers of the school boa id
The Klks' mrmorlul servlee. which will
tx held on December 1, will be- one of
the most elaborate in the hlstorv of the
lodge A meeting of th, memorl il ejin
mlttee wii belli last nloht. following
the regular meeting of the lodge, and
Chairman Klelarhmann appointed a
number of subcommittees The serv
lies, this ear. will be held In the opera
house and not In the auditorium of
the Klks' home, us first announced.
There was no meeting of the chamber
of commerce last night on account of
33rd ANNUAL REPORT:
Co-operative Building Association
At close of business, October 17, 1912.
Office Building and
Furniture and Fix
Real Estate 7,675.27
, . .52,525,339.90
The past year the increase in stock, assets and
receipts has been the largest since the association
Amount paid and credited on shares this year
has been $509,826.33, showing an increase of
The total assets are $2,525,339.96, an increase
of $172,680.39. '
The total receipts the past year were
$1,593,361.29, an increase oer last year of
The total receipts on stock have been
513,334,050.49, of which there has been returned to
members $11,362,437.64, with profits added of
The total loans made to members has been
$19,086,300, on which there has been repaid
In thirty-three years the association has never
lost a dollar of the above loans and hundreds of
members have secured homes and other properties.
Surrender Value of Shares in Each Issue
First 22 issue redeemed.
Issue Value Issue Value Issue ' Value
23 994.71 37 570.04 51 220.76
24 961.45 38 543.07 52 201.90
25 928.65 39 516.56 53 183.42
26 896.30 40 490.50 54 165.25
27 864.40 41 464.89 55 147.37
28 832.95 42 439.72 56 129.80
29 801.94 43 415.01 57 112.52
30 771.37 44 390.75 58 95.55
31 741.26 45 339.62 59 78 87
32 711.60 46 319.05 60 62.50
33 682.39 47 298.77 61 46.42
34 653.62 48 278 80 62 30.65
35 625.31 49 259.12 63 15.17
36 597.45 50 239.75
SHARES $2.BO PER MONTH,
OPEN FOR SUBSCRIPTION ANY TIME.
CALL OR WRITE FOR INFORMATION.
John Joy Edson, President. ' Ellis Spenr. Vlco President.
Frank P. Jleeside, Secretary. P n Turpln, 2d Vita President
Job Harmird flllbcrt II Clrosvenor, Jno II Lamer,
Krcdk V Coville, Jno A Hamilton, A SI I.othron,
J J. Kdson. Jr., Guorgo II Harries, l'reilk II, P18
Office: Equitable Building, 915 F St. N. W.
tho fact, that no quorum was present.
A special meeting will be called by
Piruident R. S. Jones ln the near fu-tute.
A largo erowel was present last night
at the opening of tho bazaar of Alvu
Aeile', No SI Flat, l mil Ordc of
Hughs. The opening addiesa was made
by Congressman Charles C. Carlln.
Judge J. 11. T. Thornton today heard
the arguments of the attorneys foi
Lewjs llooff for a Jury from outside of
Alexandria. The trial of Mr. llooff was
postponed until the Junuarr term of
the court. Mr. llooff Is represented by
John J. Jeftrlcs, of Norfolk, and tho
Htate by Commonwealth Attorney H O
Drent, Judge Thornton also heard aigu
ments by Col. Francis L. Kmlth und
Judge J. K. M, Norton on the demurrer
of the defendant to the evidence In the
case of McMenamln vs. Southern Rail
way Company. Later he ordered a Jury
from Fredericksburg, Va., and set the
date for trial as January II.
Workers for Sunday
School in Session
CAIXJAIIY, Alberta, Nov. 12. Many
noted Sunday school Workers from all
parts of Albcrtu are In attendance at
tho eleventh unnual provincial conven
tion of Sundn school teache-rs, which
opened heio today, ut the Plrst Uaptlst
Church fur a three days' session.
The main object of the convention Is
to discuss tho work of tho adult and
secondary divisions of the Sunday
school One of the features of tho
gathering will be half-day conferences
on the various brunches or divisions
of Sunday school work, tinder experi
enced plinlrmmi Atnn... .Un .a,-.,..
, v .... ...v.. .twiijb i(,u distin
guished Sundaj school workers and or-
KuniKe-rs piesiui anel scheduled to de
liver addresses are tho Ilcv. W. A
Ilrown, of Chicago, Dr. Bperry, of the
International Young .Men's Christian
Association, and u score of noted work
ers from Calgary, and other cities In
Held for Theft
Of Tailor's Cloth
Ben Lancaster, colored, charged with
the theft of four bolts of cloth from
a tailors shop In Seventh street, was
Placed under bond In the sum of $500
to await the uetlon of the grand Jury
b Judge Mullovvny today.
The officer who made the arrest
stated Lancaster went Into yie shop
while the tailor was In the rear, and
snatching up the cloth, ran down the
street He was cuught before he had
War Monument Dedicated.
PHINCKTON, Ind. Nov. L -1 ho
dedication here todav of the nil..,,,.
County Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument
iimcie me occasion lor a largo
katherlng of civil war veterans of this
vicinity. The dedication un. ,,...
panled bv Interesting exercises conduct
ed under the auspices of the local
Grand Army Post.
On Stock $1,971,612.
Building Account. ... 11,935,
Profits and Surplus.. 541,791,
Her Klnt Time Off nrusdway
Vt'M, A IIJtADV l'Mffcrs
Little Miss Brown
Hhe'e the culm girl that ever came to town
Wed. Mat , Kc to II oo, flat. Mat., Ko Ij II M
Mht, Wc to 12 00
Nut Moll , Tue . Wed , and Wed Mat
The famous New Virk lntr Garten C
With Its All-star Cast and Co. of 100
Tliurs, Prl, Sal. Mht. l'rl an1 Km Mats
The Mint TnlkM-nbout Woman III the Wurli!
GABY DESLYSOn English)
In VERA VIOLETTA
Original I'ompany awl 50 Klunnln UhIiv mrU
Irum tii Houlrvarts ana th Urent vyiilta
Wjy UK to 2 W Trl My Mat , 5o? to It
B M9 N'l'WIal r
.Tonlsht at 8115
iTburs. and Sat.
Klaw Erlancer'i Bis Production
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Rebecca of Sunny
Nt Wfk-"frail of the Ixmaaoma 1'lne.'
THE SALE OF SEATS for
The Show You're Waiting For
At the Colombia Theatre
The Trail ih. Lonesome Pine
MM COLUMBIA THEATRE
3 COUUSUH l.XACTI.V A1.IKI1
SUN. EVENINGS and MON. MATS.
THE WEST INDIES - - Nov. 17 & 18
PANAMA li SUEZ CANALS, Nov. 24 & 25
INDIA, B0MJAY TO DELHI, Dee. 1& 2
INDIA, TAJ TO HIMALAYAS, Dec. 8& 9
BURMA t CETL0N Dec. 15 & 16
COURSE SALENS, NOW (n;,r ',,","'
Minnie Tlrkct... .-,0c, 73c. and 1.
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Popular Wed. Mat., 50c, 75c, $1
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Lomedy Optra. THE FIREFIiY
Cast anii Chorua uf SS. Orclieatru of 33
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AND THE PMIIA UI'STAIR-
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of thu Kraaun TIIKO HIIMIIV
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"The Ucrinan Iuailnn Ohaa U Ijaulnr A.
Co, character Impcreonatura Joe hiu
tieb.l luonolottulst Mllla ft Muulion Iniui &
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with PHIL OTT
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SMOKE H''T.Vr,P!THf MATIM'U
ALL THIS WEEK.
Teddy Simonds' Auto Girls
Married for a Day
ritlWVY NIOIIT THIS nol'NTItV BTOHE
.Next WMk-lllOH LIKE IN IlUttl.ESQl'E.
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sprrtal l.nn Itatr erk-IIlul Tick-
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STEAMER CHARLES MACALESTE1
Two trips dally except Sunday to
LeaWnn Seenth btrcet Wharf at 10 a. m.
and l.ii p tn Uoun 4 trip to gate. Wo.
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