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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, SUNDAY, JANUARY 5, 1913.
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THE TIMES' DAILY SERIAL STORY
A DAUGHTER 2USI ARMADA
By Stephen Chalmers
(Copyright. 1911 Frank A. Umiur Company.
THE STOCK MARKET OF THE WEEK
T
CHAPTER L (Continued.)
HAT seemed to be the signal
for a Dual panic Two and
three at a time the Span
lards jumped overboard, and
most of them drowned. This was aston
ishing to me, for to our Kllellan people
swimming- is like breathing or walking.
Eut I have qnce heard that few of the
Spaniards ullh the Armada could
swim, and ery many of them had
never been on the- sea before that time.
Forbye, tome of them wore heavy ar
mor. I followed tin laird and his vessel to
the shore. There all the men of the
clachan mere assembled to watch the
burning of the ship. The Spaniards
were still jumping irom one ueath to
another. "Kiany clung to the vessel until
their clotnes were ablaze or the heat
drove them Into the water. Already the
waves weie bringing scores of bodies
sshore.
One man was alive and he was laid
before tho laird. Black Jamie lookeu
at his swarthy face and his rich garb
for a while.
Wha are yeT'. he asked. In his best
Lowland English.
The man threw out his hands, mean
ing. 1 suppose, that he .did not under
stand the words.
The laird tried him with a few more
autstions. Falling to get answer, save
i a strange -tongue. Black Jamie sud-
aenly lost Mb temper and snouiea:
"Hang the blackamoor!"
The poor soul was led away, while
another was brought up rrom the shore.
The result was the same. The laird
grinned and snarled at the men of the
clachan.
"Is there not a man among ye can
speak their tongue?" he said In his
own. "Fine -would I like to know
whence these men 'come and where the
test of the breed will be."
' None could help until a sudden com
motion thrust one Alan Urquhari Into
I the clrcler Alan-Urquhart was the lad
who plied the .ferryboat "between XHel
laa and Cloch Point, on the Lowland
, shore. Alan brought great sews.
The Armada, said Alan, according to
word that had, been brought through
the kingdom by liorse, had been defeat
ed In the English channel by Howard,
Drake, Hawkins; and Frobisheh. The
Spanish fleet, cut off by flreshlps, had
attempted to return to Spain through
the- Pentland Firth. The English ad
mirals were preparing to Intercept them
; in the North channel and the Atlantic
and, flrrjsh the .drubbing.
"But what brings yon Spaniard here?"
1 asked the laird peevishly.
Alan could not say a word as to that,
' save that the broken Armada might
have encountered ""foul weather.
The laird was silent for a while and
he peered from tinder his heavy7 brows
at the five or six survivors that had
been collected, one after the other,
"CanVens," he said at length, and
there was an ominous note In his words,'
"yon men' are the enemies of-the land.
More, forbye, they are the enemies of
tny house, for my son Archibald Is to
the "wars."' His yolce suddenly swelled
in savage wrath. "Would they be show
ing; raercey to him?" "
I had crawled Into the circle that I
might hear and 'see. better. Looking
back on the horrors of that night, I
think It must have been a white and
open-mouthed face that "Black Jamie
saw when his eyes fell on me.
"Home. ye whelp!" he fairly
screamed.
I started away, and I heard the same
mad voice snarl sentences upen the hap
less Spaniards.
As I went through the outskirts or
tne throng a heavy band fell on my
shoulder. I looked up and Into the face
of my father. Angus Maclean. By the
sullen glow of the red-hot ship, I fan
cied a troubled look In his eyes.
"Go home, lad." he said sternly, but
not- unkindly. "This Is no place for
good bairns."
The terror or the night's doings
gripped at my young imagination. I
ran toward our house as fast as I could
go. The road followed the half-moon
shore from the clachan to the farm
house. It seemed to me every tree was
a thing of evil, as the guttering flames
Of the Spanish ship flickered across my
path.
I must have gone about half the dis
tance to the house when I came to a
stop with my heart throbbing- In my
throat. Not ten yards ahead of me was
oomething, tall and lishtly swaying. I
thought I knew every tree and paling
stab on that road, and it was the in
stinct of The- uncommon that bade me
halt. There should have been no tree
or stab therel n the middle of the
road'
Still the thine; remained. The thought
came to me that if it was a man. h
was watching-rnev My first impulse whb
to run back and tell my father. But
the fear of ridicule was ever too much
for a Campbell.
There was a ditch by the roadside.
Into this I .slipped, my heart flounder
ing as helplessly as nry body. When I
was well Into the ditch I peered out
at the object of my dread. It was still
swaying gently In the same place, al
though It might have been my imag
ination which had turned it to face in
mv direction.
I etarted to crawl slowly along the
ditch, meaning to get the safe side of
the thing, when I would make a bolt
for home. Now and then I ra'sed ray
head, always to And that the thing was
still there and facing me. Finally, when
I was directly opposite the thing. I cau
tiously peered over the ditch-top Just
as a flare of light leaped from the Span
ish ship, lingered a moment then went
out. leaving me In greater darknes and
In greater terror. For I had seen a
man!
He was not like our men. He wore
no phllabeg or niaid. He was tall and
graceful, and kta legs seemed to be In
long hose. He had no bonnet, but in
his hand he carried a long, thin, naked
sword. And he swayed mvstcrlously on
his heels.
AH this I noticed In the flash of Are.
but' that which attracted me most was a
pair of big, sleepy eyes, gazing at me
"out o! a very pleasant face.
Then a voice cpoke in a tongue which
I did not understand, except to realize
that I was face to face v;ith a Span
iard! I crouched, trembling. In tho
ditch. Then the Spaniard said some-thing-
which conveyed to my mind the
idea that be wanted me to "come forth.'
but his words, spoken In English, be
came copfused on his tongue.
Am I would as lief have been skewered
op my feet. I crawled out of the ditch.
Another flare came from the ship as I
stood up before the man. Then there
was silence.
The SDanlard swaved nn m j,,i.
awhile. Then I heard him laugh a
-merry devll-take-me laugh. I suppose
he roust have seen that I was a boy
barefooted and kilted.
Tour name, little oner he asked in
English, but uttered as if he had had a
hevy meal.
Rorle," I quavered.
"Pass. Korle." said he with a chuckle
"And." he added, "tell them ou met
Don John."
, I -walked away. I heard Don John
hum' a lively, lilting air.
I -went home in a kind of dream. Had
every tree concealed a Spanalrd 1 do
not think I should have run. Up to that
moment I Jiad been taught to regard a
Spaniard as something fearful to be-
hola and blood-thirsty. Now, what with
the things I had seen my own peonle
do that night, and mv encounter with
the amiable, chuckling, bare-headed
gentleman, my whole Idea was changed.
Tet. when I told my mother that there
"""" ria a real live Spaniard down by the
Long Pasture, and that he was Don
John a nice-sooken man she barred
every ,door and window till my father
esrae..
ytw looked even more alarmed when
he heard my story, and sat un all night
wMh aJlstol before him on the kitchen
'taMe and a naked claymore aorosa his
ka -
B
CHAPTER IL
I Drive Home a Strange Cow.
T first daylight mv father's alarm
passed away. The Spaniard had
not troubled us. After questioning
me again about my adventure.
he scratched his head and presently be
gan to laugh.
"And to think I will have bocn sit
ting througli the night waiting for a
bogy." said he. "I will be thinking
maybe this Don John or the lad s Is but
a human child after all. Forbye, Korle
should be driving in the cows.
"Man, Angus, said my mother nerv
ously, "would It be seemly to send the
lad out of a morning when there may
be a Spaniard waiting for him?"
"No," said my latner, "but the
blackamoor woulu not stuy the lad m
daylight after letting him be In the
dark."
In the end, but not without further
protest, my mother let me go for the
cows, it was a rine summer morning,
although the sun was not up yet. t
was a bit sleepy arter sitting up late,
and, perhaps, my eyes Were not as wide
open as usual when I crossed the burn,
let down the bars of the wee pasture,
and called to the cows that were lying
among the wet buttercups.
Anyway, I had not called twlco be
fore I saw a cow that was coming
toward the gate jump to one side. It
then turned back and sniffed at some
thing in the gross, the while It whisked
Its tail excitedly. In another moment
a man's head and shoulders appeared
above the long grass. And there was
my Sapnlard of the night before!
He did not see me at first, being too
busy rubbing his eyes, stretching his
arms, running his hands through his
lousica oiacK nair. ana yawning. Ana,
Indeed; he looked as if he had not slept
long enough.
I did not know whether to run or
not; buC remembering his kindly man
ners of the night before, curiosity took
hold of me. I called the cows again.
The Spatniard looked quickly In my
direction. Then I was sure It was Don
John. He had the same pleasant face,
and the same devll-take-me air, and
when his eyes fell oh me he smiled
with great good nature. He called out
In Spanish. I suppose; then, remem
bering where be was, he said In Eng
lish: "Good morning, little man."
"It's a braw daw," I said bravely,
and In In my bravest Sassenach.
"Aye. sir," said he, wagging his head,
"but a sad one."
He got on his feet and came toward
me. wiping the hay wisps from hla hose
ana velvet aouoiei. mis last was
slashed with heavy silvery atuff. He
still had no bonnet,, but his long sword
was sheathed and swung at his side.
He looked handsomer than on the night
before, and the expression of weariness
that paled his face, did not reach to his
laughing black eyes and his good-natured
mouth, which was half hidden by
a short black mustache. His beard was
tho smallest I ever saw on a .man's
face; it was like as if a hairy Beetle
had lit on his chin and nestled beneath
his under Up.
He came to a standstill a few yards
from me and surveyed my bare legs,
tattered kilt and frowzy hair. I seemed
to be a strange sort of beast, to Judge
by the amusement of his face. I gave
back look for look, and said:
"Ho's a wl ye?"
At that he put his hands to his sides
and laughed uproariously; but, sud
denly clapping his palms to his temples,
he gave a groan.
-? wnat may be your name, little
manr he presently asked. In English
that was clear enough for me to understand.
Korle," I said; "ye will be Don John
yersel ? I mind meetln' ye last nlcht."
..SmS n!5hV".8ald he' 'oozing a bit
startled. But his face presently took
n a qulsilcal look. "Well, Korle,"
BSVa.tle "I am yur Prisoner."
I did not quite understand this until
he explained at some length that It was
a custom to fight and win. or to es
cape, or to surrender. As he believed
there was little sense in flghtlng any
more for the present, and no way to
escape without starvation, he thought
surrender was the next best thing. So
saying, he unbuckled his long, thin
sword and laughingly handed it to me.
I hesitated, but decided to take It for
good faith.
"And now. Korle," said he. "I am
very hungry, and might have killed and
eaten one of jour cows If I had
awakened before you. Your prisoner
would like something to eat; and If
tnere is a stream hereabout, I would
like to see It. for. certes, my head
aches.
I told him there was a burn; and he
helped me drive the cows to it. for you
will remember that wc had to cross it
to get to the farmhouse. When we
came to a stream, he knelt down
among the stones and drank enough
to satisfy a cow. afttr which he put his
head in the pool and said it was grant! !
Between ducks he took a horn from his
belt and said:
Rorle. If you love me, miik me a
cow."
He said it so slmplv and anxiously
that I had not the heart to refuse, al
thougn the cows should have been In
the byre by this. I said as much to
mv Spaniard, but he assured me. say
ing "Just tell them you met Don John,"
ae If that name was an excuse for any
thlne under the sun.
Now. my father, observing thnt T
was long away, left the house In a
i.uuj w iiiin uui wnai naa occome Ot
me. Presently he came splashing into
the burn.
"Heaven forhe us?" he cried, too
asiomsnea at wnat ne saw to be angry.
"And what may this be?"
Looking back t It now, I think it
must have been an odd picture.
There were the cows wandering about
the burn, and Don John sitting on a
rock squeezing the water out of his hair
and whistling a queer but, to me,
familiar tune, wbl'e I rat on my hunk
em under a cow bus milking into a
horn, and with Don John's sword tuck
ed under my left arm.
Don John stopped whistling. His
hair was as straggly as a crow's nest
as he stood up before my father. My
father looked at him, and then at me.
He was a slow-thinking man, but not
suspicious. Kind at heart and generous
of mind, his Judgments were not hasty.
"I would be troublln' ye. sirrah," he
said to Don John, mastering bis Eng
lish; "I would be troublln ye to say
wha ye are. whaur we come frae, an'
what ye may be doln" here?"
Don John replied with that lofty air
of his which was never quite free,
somehow, from a touch of banter:
"My name is Don John of Murcia, in
Spain, and, as I hope to prove, am a
gentleman. If an unfortunate one. I
am here, Dv your leave and the gener
osity of this lad, a prisoner of war."
"Wha's preesoner?" asked my father.
"Rorle" was the answer, with per
fect gravity.
My father, still dumbfounded, looked
at Don John, then at me. and finally at
the sword tucked under my arm.
"I take It." said he at last, "ye're
frae the Spanish shin that burnt up
last nlcht. Nevertheless, an" ye con
seeder yeneV a preesoner t' a bit lad
wham he could ha' slain an' ye willed.
It's not In my heart to be anger't. ut
for that " My father stopped all at
once and looked as If a momentous
thought had occurred. "Hae ye had
yer parrltch yet?" he inquired anx
iously. Don John smiled, bowed, and said he
had not; whereupon my father, without
another word, helped me get the scat
tered cows together and on the road to
the byre.
Out of the corner of my eye I saw
my prisoner swallow tho horn of warm
milk with smacks of appreciation that
made me like him the better.
When we were nearing the house.
Don John looked curiously at my father
and said:
The following table shows the week's highest, lowest, and closing prices,
individual sales, and net changes of a II securities sold on the New York
stock exchange last week. High and low are also given for the full year 1912
and the year 1913 to date:
Railway and Miscellaneous Shares.
1911. 1912 Wer.k EndeH Jan. 4. 1913.-
High. Low. High. Low. . Sales. HIzh. Low. CIos.N.ch.
ns
63
105
5Si
S7
1CS
124
93U
5S4
120
SH
245
. S
HH
11054
Wi
S3T4
vm
4i 32i
S 63H
SSV: 104U
sX Ti
87
122
8T4
77
4H
113
41H
aii
IS'.i
324
102
ZW,
56
SSX
122 112V4
llVi 111
107X
19)
47H
12614
63S
120
59
220
30
17T4
47
110
6914
91
109
133
124
60 Amalgamated Copper li.6,900
3 Am. Ag. Chem 300
93 Am. Agr. Ch. pr loo
46 Am. Beet Sugar 32,900
91 Am. Brake Shoe & Fdry .... 500
130 Am. Brake Shoo & Fdry
11H American lao
90H American Can pr
49H American Car a Fdry
American car it vary. pr.
American Cotton Oil
American Express
American Ice Securities ...
American Llnsesd
American Locomotive
American Locomotive pr .
American Malt pr
American Smelting
American Smelting pr
American sugar.
US
4i
170
IS
914
31
103
42
10J
114
1I5H
pr.,.. 600 136
10,600 31
1.000 116
1.7C0 t6
100
1,200
415
1,300
100
1.900
116
163
U14
43
American Sugar nr .,
1S3 131 149 157 American Tel. & Tel
36U 25 31 18 American Woollen
9614 85H 94 79 American Woolen pr
84 24 41 26 American Writing Paper pr.
41 29 48 34 Anaconda
116 93 111 10314 Atchison
105 100 10414 101 Atchison pr -
139 117 14S 131 Atlantic Coast Line
103 10S 102 Baldwin ixcomoiive pr....
ion Baltimore et unto
27 Bethlehem Steel
E6 Bethlehem Steel pr
76 Brooklyn Rapid Transit ...
226 Canadian Pacific, ,.
16 Central Leather
80 Central Leather pr 100
68 Chesapeake & Ohio 5.000
17 Chicago & Alton 100
Chic. & Great West 1,300
Chic, Great West pr ,.i 200
Chic.. Mil. & St. Paul 10.600
Chic. Mil. & St. P. pr L0 140
Chicago & N. W 960 137
107
109
38
6fi
84
247
33
105
86
31
23
49
JOT2 lll'i
26 51
54 SO
72 94
195 283
18. 33
91 100
68 85
15 21
1714 20
33 39
133 105 117
155 141 146
150 138 145
66 4S 62
36 25 43
CO 43 45
148 128 149
85 73 89
570 605 597
30
66
29
9
17
80 75 79 -2
67 54 57 lv
99 93 99
50 39 39 -Stf
96U 95 96U -t-S
135 K614 -rU
28 30 -fl
114 116 1
53 55 1
116 116
56 65 - Ti
160 163 -6
19 20 -fl
11 nu -
41 43 4-1
200 106 106 10$
1.000 61 60 60 4-
15,100 74 71 73 1
200 106 106 106
100 116 115 118 1
700 116 116 US
2,000 141 U3S 40 4-1
200 19 18 19
500 81 79 81
400 32 31 32tf4-l
13,950 41 39 J40 4-1
5.1C0 106 104 105 v
710 102 1100 in 44
2,400 131 130 131 4-
103 luTSs H
104 105 4-1
3S
68
400 104
4.065 106
3,200 39
600 69-
10,300 92
22,019 264
809 23H
15
30
89
139
134
45
93.
SO
18
16
31
68
91
263 45
?S
79
is,
16 4-
31 4-
r
75
3SU
16
so
38
61
49
45
35
37
168 142
85
74
119
33
81
182
13
59
BIT
86
140
63
S7
147
20
66
129
128 115
I3H 9
66
44
90
42
37
69
48
45
76
S6
11
23
39
57
48
62
1SS 153
42U 30
C. C. C4 St. J,ouis ...
23 Colpradq Fuel & Iron
xm uoior&ao ec ooutnern
ton. uB8. ....... ...... .....
Corn Products pr
Del.. Lack. & West
Denver St Rio Grande pr.
Detroit United 3t. R.
75
530
33
6114
20
8
14
SO
300 53
800 34
100 S3
2,000 141
600 19
2S
93
78
18
16
31
114 111 114
140 il
136 137
62 63 4-7
34 34
33 33
129 139-
78
400 671 570
4-2
-10
Distilling Securities 2,400
D.. 8. S. St A.
jl2 os d ot v, pr ,
4?& Erie liit pr- -
3o fri8 d P
37 Federal Mining & Smel, pr.
General Electric k
General Motors.. .....
300
400
5,400
1.000
800
300
78
570
39
so -H
a-
8
S2 70 General Motors r-
143 126 Great Northern pr
63 36 Great Northern Ore. subs...
112 86 Homestake
141 120 Illinois Central 700 127
16 in'erooro-Metropolitan i,yw a
100 39 39
5S2 SO 76
21 20
16 15
32 31
49 48
39 39
44 42
"6,000 1SSH 184 185 4-
109 34H 34H 34 4-3
100 73 78 78 f
11,000 131 129 1310 1
1,800 41 40 41 -r-H
627 112 110
127
18
324-H
49
39
-rii
110 " -1
127
67 63 Inter.-Metro. pf. 6,400 64 63
International Harvester
Inter. Harvester pr
International Paper ...
International Paper pr 500
International Pump 3.200
International Pump" pr 2.500
.Iowa Central pr 100
Kansas City South 800
Kansas City & South, pr.... 100
Lackawanna stei 400
114 101 108 102 Laclede Gas 200
185ft 141 180 i xjcnign vJicy xu K 11,600
160 136 170 138 Louisville & Naahvlle 1.400
200
99 126 105
JZ 113H
19 9
62
34
84
30
31
60
65H
44
23
SO
28
26
61
30
45
12
63
22
56
29
95 74 92 75 Mackav Companies
77 fs 7OT4 66 Mackav Comcanlei nr
:-. -.zr.. -.-.- .. . .- i .-
14I 131 J3 izsss Jiannattan cievaiea
26
30
ZI
87 70 SS
113 107 112
S 3 7
22 14
24 .16
42 21
152 124
3S14 27
70 63
a 83U
143 11714 161
22 12 26
59 42 68
38 26 36
21 1B 24
76 45
Xt ' May Department Storea ......
105 May Department Stores pr..
4 Mercantile Marino
15 Mercantile Marine pr 200
23 Miami Con Copper 3.600
Mrs .Minn. & st. iouia 200
2.100 112 110
100 114 114
000 1ZH
48
18
69
23
27
61
48'
103;
1
142
83
66
800 180
400 76
100 105
200 E
19
12
47
12
6T
Z3
6
61
47
154 129 M. S. P. & a Ste. M.
23K
31
66
47
600 142
25 Mo., Kansas & Texas 1.900 28
200 62
8400 42
67 Mo.. Kansas St Texas pr.
35 Missouri Pacific ....
114 National "Biscuit.
12 National Enam. A Stpd ....
51 National -Lead '.
26 Nat. R. R. of Max. 2d pr....
18 Nevada Con. Copper
60 N: Y. Air Brake.
115 99 121 106 New TorK Central ,
151 126 142 126 N. Y. N. H. t H
46 37 29 New York. Ont. & Western
111 99 119 107 Norfolk & Western
78 U 87 74 North American. t.
13754 110 131 115i ixortnern i'acinc .
1.300 128 125
19
KM
700
200
500
6,300 20
400 78
1,600 109
1.000 125
1.200 31
1.000 113
400 SO
63 4- U
111 4-
1W -
12
47 4-1
16 3
67 3
23 4-1
2714
61
48 4-
103 103
165 167 1
140 141 V
81 83 1
66 66 -U
129 130 1
76 76 4-1
19 19
mx
137 140 4-1
Z5S ZJ 114
4-l
41 4-1
128 4-2
25
62
40
18
55
27
19
77
33
54V
130 118
1017
17
67
25
91
103
154
26
109
33
90
37
102
120
163
39
141 134
92
101
35
99
34
65
27
69
49
34
23U -38 28 Pacific Mall ZW si
33 65 46 facmc Tel. iei iuu v
126 119 Pennsylvania ruuiroaa i ui
10a .reopies ubs at v.oxe i, 11a
16 Pittsburgh Coal 4.900 24
77 Pittsburgh Coal Pr 8,100 94
2S Pressed Steel Car 600 35
96 Pressed Steel Car pr 300 100
106 Public Serv. Corp. of N. J.. 300 118
158 Pullman Palace Car 300 163
27 Railway Steel Spring 400 34
148 Reading - 119,000 .168
18 4-
56
19
78
107 108 4-1
127 128
31 31 4-
112 112
79 SO -rl
7,875 122 120 121 4-1
122
27
100
40
103
120
175
40
179
93
90 101
18 35
74 92
30 30
u. 14
121 122
22
43
23
69
37
24
69
192 125 221
122 119 124
30
59H
29
63
43
40
80
87 Reading 1st pr .-. 700
KTV, Readlrur 2d or 200
15 Republic Iron & Steel 800
64 Republic Iron & Steel pr .... 100
22 Rock Island 3.400
42 Rock island pr ."
17 St. L. St San Fran
60 St. L. & S. F. 1st pr...
27 St. L. & S. F. 2d pr .
29 St. Louis & Southwest
6S St Louis & Southwest
140 Sears Roebuck
121 Sears Roebuck pr
pr.
200
100
900
100
100
90
93
26
86
24
44
18
58
2S
1,300 213
iSEsi ruiL 11 sit 1034 Southern Pacific. ..
ix4 24 32 26 Southern Railway
200 124 124
75
17
53
44
30
93
61
13
50
30
19
86
36
66
47
26
(Continued Tomorrow.)
Southern Railway pr.
Standard Milling 1,300
Standard Milling Pr
Tennessee Copper
Texas & Pacific
Texas Company
Third Avenue It. R
Twin Ctiy Rapid Transit ...
Underwood Typewriter Co..
Underwood Type. Co. pr
Union Bag & Paper pr
Union Pacific
Union Pacinc, pr
United Cigar Mfg. pr
United Dry Goods
United Railways Invest
United Railway Invest pr..
U. S. Express
U. S. Realty & Imp ... .....
U. S. Rubber
U. S. Rubber 1st pr
U. S. Rubber 2d pr
U. S. Steel
U. 8. Steel, pr.
Utah Copper
40 Virginia Car Chemical ...
114 va. Car. Chemical pr
Wabash
West. Maryland
Western Maryland pr....
Western Union Telegraph
Westlnghousa Mfg
Wisconsin Central
tEx-dlvldend. tEx-rlghts. 'Dealt In "r me
changes from opening price.
Total sales for the week, 1,101,840.
41 31
111 104
111
113 103
33". 30
19i 153
96 89
lOGli 100
108 97
49 27
76 52
104 84
79 65
48 30
115 104
99 66
82 50
120 103
57 38
70
12S 1H
18 5
6t 4S
BM 2?-,
w Jir
7 58
72 48
74 130
49
111
115
114
7
176
96
103
102
39
09
ICO
86
67
116
85
80
117
67
57
122
9
64
81
86'4
89
C2
68
16
63
34
20
81
33
103
95
111
3V.4
150
S
104
97
28
57
62
67
45
105
75
58
107
54
61.900 107
1.600 28
63S 80
37
800 66
2.800 39
1.100 22
6.700 120
8,300 41
300 103
200 99
100 112
600 41
81.400 1G1
1.200 92
100 104
100 100
1.040 35
114 -
23 4-
93 1
354-Ji
100 4-1
118
165
34 4-1
167 T4
90
93 -f-
25-
&6 . ..
24 ,
44
18 4-
68-
27 -1
33 -
76
212
124 4-214
104 105 4-1
114
23
91
35
100
118
165
33
165
90
92
25
86
23
42
IS
68
26
35
76
211
27
79
35
63
38
22
106
38
101
99
15S
91
104
100
800
100
.... POO
.... 8.400
'.'.'.'. 1.000
.... 190.500
3
45
GS
72
65
48
3
Hi
76
65
107
79
69
2.060 110
16.900 60
2.200 43
200 115
200
- T
804-Ji
37 2
66 4-
(39 1
22 -
1194-11
29
103 -1-2
99 4-2
112 112 4-1
H 40, 4- 'lit
160 4-1
91 -
104 4-1
100
33
63
6S
63
G6
4-
-1
1
1
16,300
600
400
3.200
100
4
46
68
75
81
50
62
107
79
66
109
67
41
114
4
38
62
74
178
50
62 -1
107 4-
79 4-3
6S4-1
110 4-
59 4-1
41 - '
114
4
40 -6
62 6
74 4-
30 4-1
first time last week, nut
Pennsylvania Society
Meeting and Dance
The Pennsylvania Society held a meet
ing and dance In Pythian Hall, 1112
Ninth street northwest, last night. The
entertainment was in charge of Miss Ida
Ullman. Mrs. E. P. Donahoo, Miss Mabel
Jones, Miss Hazel Griffith, Miss Julia
Hoffman. John Dalley. Clarence Pugh,
Miss Isabel Bontz. Miss Eunice Roberts,
and Miss M. Bailey.
Col. John R. Miller, C. C. Remalay.
Clarence A. Miller, and E. E. Scholl
were elected members. The following
chairmen of standing committees were
appointed: Entertainment, E. A. Nelss;
press. M. D. Kelfer; reception, Mrs. 8.
R. Stratton; recruiting. E. 8. Arnold.
The next meeting will be held February
1 in Pythian Hall.
Burned Child Dies.
Lucy Scogna. 4 years old, who was ser
iously burned In her home, 608 Maryland
avenue southwest, yesterday, died at the
Children's Hospital last night. The lit
tle girl was conscious to the last, and
smiled In recognition of her father and
mother, who wero with her. Tho child
was left alone by its mother for a few
moments and her clothing caught fire
from the kitchen rasce.
Big Oyster Roast
Is Planned by Elks
Another big oyster roast will he held
at the Elks- club next Friday night.
This decision was reached yesterday by
the committee in charge of the enter
tainments. The Elku nave planned a
number of entertainments for the winter.
FINANCIAL
The Safest Investments
Ar tboM that' Oo nt fluctuata urln tit.
lurbad conditions of IB moot r stock rar
ktu. Fint deed of trurt not (tint mort
. wtl secured rl out is the
District of Columbia, cotntltuu "IU-edt"
taveatmenta. Thev do not depend upas Uke
InincUl rtaponalblllty of Individual or ear
oratloni for thtlr aUbllltik. and are exempt
from taxation as perianal property. We caa
atrpplr euch investment! in amount from
tut upward. Send lor booklet. "CvncsroJas
Ixana and lareatmcnts."
SWARTZELL, RHEEM &
HENSEY CO.
m uth btthset k. vr.
IN LOCAL FINANCIAL CIRCLES
'begins this
The season of annual
Washington corporations
week. Tomorrow the annual meetings
of stockholders of the Washington Mar
ket Company nnd. the Firemen's Insur
ance Company "will be held. On Wed
nesday 'the CRpitnl Traction Company
has Its meeting, and likewise the Union
Savings Bank.
This is the list of annual stockhold
ers' meetings for this week, but next
week there will be so many, especially
on Tuesday, January 14, that Wash
ington business1 men will have a busy
time attending ail the meetings In
which they are entitled to take part.
Four meetings are scheduled for
Monday, the thirteenth: Those of tho
Continental Trust Company, the Dls.
trlct Title Insur.mcu Company, the"
Washington Title Insurance Company,
and the Emerson Steam Pump Com
pany. The last meeting will be held in
Alexandria. The stock of the company
Is listed on the Washington exchange
On Tuesday, January M. a" o S
national banns of the city, eleven of
them, hold their annual meetings. . In
addition to these the annual meetings
of eight other corporations will be
held. Tho Mckach.en Banking Cor
poration, the Park Savings Bank, the
Union' Trust Company. the tinltcd
Btntoa Trurt'ComoMV. tno .Washington
Loan and Trust Company, and the
Heal Estate Title Insurance Company
meetings are scheduled .ior mis aaj.
Tn TlnKalrn "th nnnunl meetlmr of thd
Great Falls and Old Dominion Rail
way Comnany Is scheduled, and that
of the Colonial Beach Company, at
Alexandria. - - ,
On Saturday, January 18, the annual
meeting of ther stockholders of the
Washington Railway and Electric Com
pany Is to be held. This will complete
Company on February 2t.
Three meetings are scheduled for the
following -week. On Monday, January
SO. the annual meeting of the National
Savings ana Trust Company Is to ba
held. .On the following day. Tuesday.
January'- ZL the annual meetings of
the American Security and Trust-Company,
and the Security storage Com
pany will be held. This completes,' the
list of meetings in the immediate fu
ture, but two other meetings will be
held soon thereafter, those of the Wash
ington Gas Light Company, on FaJfcru
ary 3, and the Arlington Fire insurance
Company on ebruary 24.
The meeting of the gas companv Just
now promises -to be the most interest
ing of .the list. It Is expected to be
attended in person my many stockhold
ers who 'prefer this course to sending
In their proxies, as has been requested
by the company.
'The following table, complied by W.
B. Hlbbs & Co., shows the total sales
of the active securities on tne wasmng
ton Stock Exchange, and the range of
prices commencing with the first day
of the year, and including yesterday's
transactions:
Amount. Bonds. High. Low. Last.
fl.oeo capital Traction a., no 110 110
(.000 Potomac Cons. 6'a 100 100 100
2,000 Rises Realty L. Cs.. 103 103 103
400 Nor. & Waah. 3.S. fa 10G 105 10S
12.M0 Washington Rwy. 4a. 83 Sl S3H
2,000 Washington Gas 5's... 109Ti 1091 lOOTi
Shares. Block. High. Low. LU
11 Lanaion so S3 w
43 Mergenthaier 1 213
13 United States Trust.. 140
12 Union Truat 139
300 Weah'ton Rwy. com... 8SH
M Washington Rwy. pfd. 1
in Washington G 86
25 Qaatera L. & T. 85
10 Comm'l Nat. Bank... 20C
60 Cltlrena Sav. Bank... a
The followlnaftable shows the volume
and range for the year 1912:
Amount. Bond. High. Low. Last.
1661,000 Capital Trac. 'a Ill 109K 110ft
SJ.000 Potomac Flrat.S'a.... 110 1041, 106&
T90,ooo rotomao coa.,&.-
37,500Wah. Oaa. t'a
12900 Wash. Rwy. 4,a...
Shares. Stock.
M Amer. Qrapho. com
2SS Amer. Oraoho. pfd... SO
4.4)1 Capital Traction 131
By GEORGE H. GALL.
meetings of , similar call made In June, 1911. Reports
were received from 23,155. bank In June,
1812, as compared with reports from
24,392 banks In June. 1911. This was an
Increase in tho number of banks report.
Ing of 3.20 per cent, while tho Increase
In investment holdings of all iklnds, by
the banks was 6.08 per cent in the same
time.
The reports showed that the holdings
of investment securities of gas, elec
tric light and power, water power and
street railway corporations Increased In
the year more than 153,000,000, or 8.6 per
cent,t a .much larger Increase than that
In the aggregate holdings of Investment
securities.
LOST AND FOUND
L08T-Whl! ftniaJi MtMr Aft -wHk llf
ears ana toot m al.le.'t ftumtitM nvt.- H
. .. - ." - !- T' "V . . .W....V m
raiurnM Uj itwab, hvhe, 2mv
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Man.
LOflT Black Xttltitr tvwiw imt
. IM conrtdrl utftvM , rrtJ?,
between 6 an4 7 ertrttfkV 1f8m ffl (jvw
Apart. Liberal rswr9 if ftlmmi AWtt
COK The HnchMmUma,
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HELP;WANTE0-FEIiA4.E
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rubbers. J coat, f ew tjXJ J tIm3&mV J
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imp uw iwmmvry,
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LOflT-Envelopa. tonuiMng mm trAi
danv allrer UllUr. H f tA.UvAf
pin. Reward. 71 II wL M, ,
LOST or strayed from 17.01 X- . w
black French bulldog; fenaU; n
iwera to name of KosaXTberalrtwarrJ,
no trueationa asked, if reiarsed (o the
shove address. ,
LOST-Barpln. icid: dUmoiM In stelae of
near!: reward, lira, -nruuam uamSrUx
HM'Hotmead place. Phona C6L 492.
2171 218H
140!i 1H
IS 13S
S3 SSH
0tf 91
S&H SSH
20S 20$
21 21
.. 103 100 100
....111 1K 110
High. Low. Lut
M 9 Bl
4
110
LOST Purse. amalL containing OS. between
7th and G at, and llth moa-V i. nMr
72t 7th at. N. W.
TOW-IUbr'ajrotd bracelet. LTbaral reward.
W. B. OLMBTZP. 1412 H at- K. W.
PERSONAL
The Comptroller of .the .Currency ha
made public a revised statement show
ing the aggregate deposits and' number
of depositor in savings banks of the
country, complied from returns sub
mitted as of June 14. 1912. Savings bank
reports to the number of 1,922 have been
tabulated. 630 being from mutual' insti
tutions and 1.292 from stock savings
banks. - Deposits in these banks aggre
gate H451.818.D22 and the depositors
number 10,010,304.
Certain Washington lnvestmeht bank
ers are .considering making a feature
of buying securities for customers on
the Installment plan. Most of the
bankers in New York and elsewhcro
who have w adopted this plan,, follow
much the ''same system. When the
Intending buyer wishes to buy on the
Installment or part payment method
he Is required' to pay as follows:
On a $1,000 high grade bond 2100.
On a 11,000 bond that Is speculative,
2200.
un stocks selling at ISO or upward,
one-third to one-half tho full purchase
Price.
On stocks selling at S3) to $100, $30
per siuo snare. ;
On stocks selling- below $50 per share,
$15 per share.
.If a would-be purchaser of ten shares
of Union Pacific Wished to buy the
stock on the partial payment plan, an
initial cash payment of $500 would be
required. The balance on all stock
bought, this way would have to be paid
for in regular monthly Installments,
usually $3 to .$3 per month for each
share of stock purchased. The buyer
of the ten shares of Union Paclflo
would pay $30 to $50 per month, and
If he bought at $175 per share for ten
shares and paid $500 down, the bal
ance due would be $1,250. This. It paid
off at the- rate of $50 monthly, would
be all paid for In two years and one
month. The dividends on the stock
would meet the interest payments, and
perhaps a little more so that the stock
would be free and clear at the end of
the neriod named.
ui??":J?JS JSSP. ! "2SL?r KAKO SCHOLARS at thtlr home: eroerl
SrJSJ".' V i" 1T'"""C i : beginners preferred. BOX
iic uu n ,. ouu iuu vorf.,.i. ,, uuc, i o rimes omce.
two flr threA veara or lonsrer. la mueh I -
the same as paying for a House 'on iLAUNDRT WORK -to take home- or- go- out
TOUNO LAUT-Aa Mt t, caehlar, aa wak
reae; sewrt beers; meat be asperteacea.
Appir m th c it. w. - l-
iOVMa LAOX. W ctrkr to drrtaede and
tiaiUm ttaf, sansaaeut etaec. with -seed
pf, K M. BOX SH. Tteies oftlee.
HELP WANTE&-MALE
tm a .tmrticnvjc-Bn tmu ' pr
.;jM tntr worW: staiap for par-.
We'oJaY- Art, tUe. Aax. PepC U, Ckleaxo.
H?3
sftVTfl
Jfw a4 warns, ATTE.V-
BetW raawhVi caa Utas la
t JUtsU 1Mb genii, tMca.se
tMcJaiti -
BOY. fy dWlerr m Meyrte. Apply at 211
jfeWf.ft L.
WtiWHtrtefM ft. wWa wheel, for
totwfA-r t nut dettrtrr scrrloe. Coed
Ttwsmtcisig?-
Em.
aWy ' " y- y
MISS GAIN AjncuiUHo
Tit tta atK. W Apt 1. Ph. MaJai TaaS.
THH ALFORD LETTER CO. has moved to
(07 lith at., oyer Ford V Graham', oaeo
slte the Trenry.
MISSSTUEN
Manlcortn- and
firatn 1MttiiMt
S0 12th at. N. W.
BOY a eoforetf. 6Vtr J ream of
wfl Mcytnt Mf tmrm mm, ts par
rr wm jmm.. w
- r. aai-wi a m
BOY3AKD nriag Xe
DAILY nXs4yuJf.w.
M no: i art eel MM aaw;
wars: over ymn. pnaWIIPIO.eK
tCKvicx. m mm at- x. w. $
COKXICK AXE-Tw, aadraaHert. Iran:
sad tor waa lass KaA aa esyenceee is
tft reoSng. H Pa. awe. S- g. - ..
DOXT work tor ctbtrtl start ease order
boatatae t bom; I sads jsjet ant: year:
I win aow -rrf how: !satraettra booklet
re. VOORHISa. Dek K. Oroaja. XtV
PACE-BRICK HAjn-Tweatr, aK-caa.
at Atlanta, yUa who bar worked reajs-
larlr for Doraer liana mar erseead to
Atlanta, Immediately, where ateady Job for
about three month awaits then. Ose-BaK
fare there allowed. Others avy, TuHer
Campaar'a Office. Jfaaaey BuHdHng.
UBOKUB 'A. FULLER COMPACT..
I WILL START TOO canus M 8y at
Boa Is sear tlat. aUvertea; utliiun; bo
capital: tree lzutrorUre' boaalat, ftrtaet faM
ot operation, u. tr. tLsomvanti ml).
Barton. Mas. ' " "
OBA FIELD JmTTSJUS
UW eUFIJUIT. IBSK, aw-
HISS JAMRROK. nulnm. fae
and acalp traatmanL UM O at. N; W.. 2d
floor front. Hours from 10 a. m. to t-p. m.
MISS WETlTiS J..-
Traatmeat. sM N. T. avew M Soar. Sim. It?
SITUATIONS-WANTED
Feaalfc
Installments.
LM2 Eaatern U. ae F. 12SH lit
S.tW Lanton 99 SHi
1,715 MergentbaJer 223 US
U,ltl Waah. Rwy. com..... Wi 62
15,S71 Wah. Rwy. pfd S7H 8!
11.304 Washington Oaa lltt CH
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The contention of Thomas Hume,
made in his suit In equity against the
Washington Gas Light Company yester
day, that with proper relations between
the two companies In this city there
would be no need to increase the price
of gas by the Georgetown company,
seems to be born out by the showings
of the gas companies for 1912 In other
large cities of the country.
Tne Consolidated Gas Company of
New York, with $100,000,000 capital stock,
earned more than 15 per cent. In 1911
about 14H per cent was earned; In 1910.
12 per cent, and la 1909. 10 per cent. The
annual report will show a surplus for
dividends of about $8,000,000, or approxi
mately 8 per cent, compared wltn $7.
551,877 In 1911; $7,416,479 in 1910, and $6,
720.SS3 In 1909.
The Brooklyn Union . Gas Company
earned approximately 10 per cent In 1912.
after charging income with J1.300.00U
amortization. Including amortization
charges the earnings were in excess of
17 per cent compared with 8 per cent
paid in dividends.
The People's Gas Uffht and Cgke
Compan of Chicago, shows a balance for
dividends in 1912 of more than 9 Dr
cent on $35.000.0U) stock after deprecia- I
tlon equal to 3'. per cent. The company I Bronauch'a Pharmacy. 7th & P at.
pays 7 per cent dividends. Carpenter & Dunlop. 14th & Qlrard eta.
, unruti
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ealy to th needy.
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"good reference. Call or write. CHEF; 111
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FOSrnOK a truck driver: good reference.
UU nt at. N. W. J
,aitt,m
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Average groaa. Ic.. 1312...
Total net, Dae., UU
Average net. Dec. 1312....
SUNDAY.
Total gross. Dec.. U1J
Averags groaa, Deo.. 1113...
Total net. Dec.. 1312 ,
Average net. Dec. 1S12
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the number of coplea ot The Time which are
old. delivered, furnished.- or mailed to bona,
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Taken At Office
Rates
KORTHWEST.
Aiqulth'a Pharmacy. 1313 14th t.
Astoria Pharmacy, 3rd ft O st.
Bachrach Pharmacy, tth as Era St.
X3curs rurmscy, sin oe u ta
PAINTER, paperhasger, plasterer, want
work: room papered. 32.M: palntim. 38:
phone Main ttti U.; city or wastry. 8.
OOLDBLATT. JM tH "St. 8.' W.
HELP WANTED
Halt axd Femak.
PITMAN AND GREGG
Etenographr easily learned and speedily
written. Typewriting, traalneaa and Civil
Service Couraes. THE DRILLERT. HOO Naw
York avs.
VIOLIN PUPILS wanted by competent in
structor; SO centa'a lesson. 427 I at. N. W.
WANTED Solicitors, men and women, ex
cellent proposition. Apply YOUNO 4k SI
MON, 1214 New York ave., between and
11. Monday.
STENOORAPHY PUPILS WANTED-For
private Instructions in Gregg. Pitman er
Barnes Shorthand. Term reajonable. Type
writer at home free. Tel. CoL 2SJ7. .
PICTURE FRAME MAKER Ezperlaaeed. st
once; no other need apply. , WARNER. ART
COMPANY. S13 H St. N. E. ii
RAILWAY rnaTI clerks wanted" 3t ntoath;
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SOLICITORS J. tor lanndry: geod propc-altlon-
Address BOX. 10, Thaes oeBce.
THE ALFORD LETTER CO. has moved to
m 1Mb it. over Ford 4k Oraham. opeev
site the TreasBry.
TINNERS Three corapeteat. Apslr at eaea.
Grafton 4k Sons. Waah-. Loan Trust Mav
USE-YOURSPARS TIME to ,baH4,n a
mall osaeiJuatBBS ot your own; we bete
you start Xor:" ahara la.tnroHa. g oppor
tunltlea: parUcalan free. MUTUAL OP
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GENERAL MERCHANDISE STOCKS.
CALL 233 WOODWARD BLDG,
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dow, as lorn at. jto: noor. room a.
YOUNG MAN or woman at lunch counter.
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experience.
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APPRENTICES to learn French dresacuttlng.
dreesmaking. designing, ana miuinery: gooa
positions furnished after learning. New York
Millinery Academy. 1115 Q at.
of,
UtUni Pharmacy, 7th & M st.
i ne ivH-cicac ias lzui. uumuti". ut i v.n,iwiu uuj,i., iui a aim.
St. Louis, promises to show earnings hcTIrinaJm,irh1St aVfc
of a little more than 8 per cent, not- olWrhimr Sthti Park road.
withstanding the loss pf West county oSneVi PtarnScy. ttoandN 1
business to another company, and the DuQey's Pharmacy. I2nd & Pa. ava.
loss in gross and net during the first Emerald Pharmacy, 4th & Mass. Ave.
Ler from reduced rates. Laclede Is uoidenoerg-a uepu store. Ttn iv sts.
auarter
iinmnc; new fields for tne saie or gas
in large quantities and is developing Its
electrical business materially.
The annual report of the Washington
Gas Light Company, which will be read
at the annual meeting, is also expected
to be In line with the experience or
these larger city companies.
As showing the Increase there has
been In the last year in the strictly in
vestment demand for securities of pub
lic utility corporations, a compilation
made by the Comptroller of the Cur
rency of Investment holdings of the
banks of tho country Is of Interest.
The compilation is made from state
ments rendered to the comptroller by
all of the banks of the country under
a call made last June. The compari
sons are made with returns under a
FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
ANNUAL REPORT OF THE
United States Coal
Manufacturing Company,
We. the undersigned, the President and
majority of the Board of Trustees of the
UNITED STATES COAL MANUFACTUR
ING CO . of Washington. D. C, do hereby
Certify that the Capital Stock or the said
Corporation Is 11,000.000.00. 11.000,000.00 or
nhich sa been actually paid In. and that
there are no existing debts.
W. P. TAGGART.
II E. STEARLY.
WM. T. MILLER.
1. WM. T. MILLER. President of the
UNITED STATES COAL M'N'FO CO.. of
ITie District of Columbia, do hereby swear
that the facts stated In the above certificate
arc true to the best of my knowledge and
belief.
WM. T. MILLER. President
Subscribed and sworn to before me. a
Notary Public In and for the District ot
Columbia, this 2nd day of January. A. D.
1)13
ALDES J. BEANHART,
Notary Public, D. C
My commission expire Feb. 5. 1313.
Harvard Pharmacy, llth & Harvard at.
iienry i-narmacy. zma st r sis.
Hlnea Pharmacy. New Jersey ava. s Q at,
Howard Pharmacy. 14th W st.
Hutton & Hilton. Snd It L sts.
Kann. B.. Bon & Co.. Dept Store, tth st
& Pa. ave.
Koa Pharmacy, Tth at. at Fia, ava.
'Maltby'a Pharmacy. 1H7 Calvert at.
Mattlngiya Pharmacy. Hth as L sta.
Mayer' Pharmacy. Flo. ave. & 6th at
Nichols Pharmacy. ISrh it Pa. are.
O'Doiinell'a Pharmacy, 9th & F st.
Patties' Pharmacy. 3323 Georgia ava.
Ptarsun'a pharmacy, itth & Kla, ava,
Reh' Pharmacy, 7th & E sts.
Rhode IsUnd Pharmacy, 1st 4 R. I. ava.
Robey' Pharmacy. North Capt. lb 21 ata
blmpson's Pharmacy. 7th It sts.
Taylor & Lamb. North Capt. 4. R. L ava,
.Times Sub Station. 4JH U St.
lilies Sub BtaUon. 1403 T Mt.
Van Sant Pharmacy. HhlP at.
veltcna rnarmacy. zin s m. era,
Wagner"a Pharmacy, lt & H its.
Union Station (Chrlitlanl Phar.i
NORTHEAST.
Blumer'a Pharmacy, r. Cap. s R at.
Butler, tth at. St Stanton p'.
George J. Gclger. tth A IV st.
Laddon'a Pharmacy, 1200 Fla. ava.
Taylor A Lamb, llth and E. Cap. at.
Model Pharmacy, 6th at H sts.
McChesney & Joachim. 2nd St E st.
New York A-eau Pharmacy. N. Y. are.
N. Cap. c
Powell. A. E.. (Ih 4 E. Cap.
Tyree'a Pharmacy. 15th & II sts.
Times Sub Station. (31 H st.
SOUTHEAST.
Arth A Co.. &3 Pa. ava.
Berkley. CO 1st st.
Burrows' Pharmacy. Uth & Pa. ava.
Emrlch. llth & Pa. ave.
Falconer. 1113 1Kb st.
Hawkins. 1th at. & Vs. ave.
Lincoln Park Pharmacy, Uth & E. Cap,
Ney & Co., Pa. ave. A tth st.
O'Donnell. 3d st. & Pa. ava.
Pltzer, tth A E. Cap.
Roach Drug Co . Ith and O sta.
Weller, tth at Eye sts.
Times Sub Station. 3th A K st.
Times Sub SUtton. 143 B at.
SOUTHWEST.
Elsenbelsa' Pharmacy. 7th & B sta.
Fuller. W. C, 01 1st sti
Harris. 3rd a F at.
Lynham's Pharmacy. 1113 4H St.
Times Sub Station. 41 4 st.
GEORGETOWN.
Koester. IL a. SI a M iu.
Times Substation. KOt M st.
Weller" Pharmt'-v SM4 M at.
BROOKLAND.
Linton & Nelibp iixikland. D, C
ANACOSTIA.
Rurya Pharmacy. llchol ave. t W st
Time Sub Station. 307 Nichols ave.
CHEVY CHASE.
Sonnemin. T A.. Chw Chase.
ALEXANDRIA. VA.
1. It. eaten. Prtnca i Royal its.
COLLAR GIRL Experienced.,
UVinTDRY. 17JS Pa. ava.
WEST END
COOK Good cook wanted: must, be willing
and obliging. Call before S or after S
p. m. Apply 13W Harvard at- L.
COOK for housework; no washing.
E st. N. E.
Apply XM
CHAMBERMAIDS White. Apply RALEIGH
HOTEL, at once.
GIRL Neat colored, light housework: laun
dress; must stay nights: city reference ra
qulred. 1K3 ltth St. N. W. !
OIRL for general housework.
STALKER. 4300 ltth at. N. W.
Call Mrs.
V
WANTED Men to learn barber trade: only
few- weeks required. Wages while learn
ing. Steady employment guaranteed. Il
lustrated catalogue mailed tree. MOLBR'S
BARBER COLLEGE. 207 Bowery, New Tork
Clty
WANTED YOUNO MAN of good ap
pearance; must bo aggressive, to ec
licit advertising. Apply Roam 423.
Munaey Building. Monday.
3100. WEEKLY PROFIT Start In bcshiesB)
for yourself. Don't worry about capital:
no experience. BOYD H. BROWN. Omaha,
Neb. .
YOUNG MEN Ambitions, to. become travel
ing salesmen and earn while they learn.
Write for particulars. BRADSTREET" SYS
TEM. Rochester. N. Y
YOUNG MAN over If years to work" on
umbrellas, and. go errands. Apply M. A.
GKISWOULD. 4U. llth at. N. W.
WANTED AGENTS
AGENTS are coining money selling ear big
10c packages of a) Assorted Postal card.
5.0CO Varieties." "Big profits.'- Sell
everywhere at sight. Sample package, lfic
Particulars free, SULLIVAN CARD CO..
1334 Van Buren at-. Chicago, III. -
GIRL for general housework; bring refer
ence. 40J A st. 8. E.
GIRLS Three colored. CAFE. lSZt Tth at.
N. W.
HATS made to order: old hats made over;
feathers dyed and curled; reasonable; mil
linery taught and position furnished. DU
PONT SCHOOL. 1541 19th at. N. W.
HOUSEKEEPER Middle-aged white woman.
Apply at 211 Hth st. N. E.
LADIES, house-to-house demonstrators; aell
the Climax Sanitary Aprons and other
specialties; make 333 weekly; premiums
given. THE CLIMAX CO.. 4$43 Delmar ave..
St. Louis.
LADY for clerical position with some ex
perience on typewriter. Apply Q4 O at.
N. W.. after a. m. ..
LADY of good address to do house demon
strating for well-known article; no selling.
ROX M0. Time office. 1
MAID For general housework; must be goad
cook; references required.
1844 Columbia Rd.
Phone Columbia 923.
1-
PERMANENT POSITIONS for bright young
ladles between the age of 17 and 21; ap
plicant must be at least 5 ft. 4 In. tall. Ap
ply to the TELEPHONE SCHOOL, 723 12th
St. N. W.
TAILORESS to sew on men's coata: steady
work; good pay. Apply at once. S02 F at.
X. W.. Room S3. 1
THE ALFORD LETTER CO. ha moved to
607 Uth st.. over Ford & Graham', appo
site the Treaaury.
WAITRESS for cafe. Apply at once. Beat
wages. 517 llth N. W.
WAITRESSES Two experienced white, at
the CAIRO CAFE. Apply to Head Waitress.
WANTED An experienced waitress; white:
33 per week. P.YREB CAFE. 4th and G
ats. N. W. ..
WANTED Home-made marmalade jam. Jel-
lit or any kind of home roads preserves.
Apply COX 472. Tlmea omce.
WANTED Some home hand-knitted baby
caps; will pay good price. BOX 471. Tlmea
office.
WOMAN Refined, in dentist office: experi
ence nreferred. AddIv In own handwiitlnc'
state particulars and wages expected: young
girl not wanted. BOX 63, Times offlee. ..
TWENTY-EIGHT SALES AN HOUR at C
cent proot each, is their record with our
Miami Silk Poplin Neckwear and Initial set
combination: spring style now ready. THE
WILSON MFO- CO.. Dept. 3, Lancaster. Ohio.
USE YOUR SPARE TIME to build up a
mall order business ot your own. We belp
you start for a share In profits. 27 oppor
tunities. Particulars free. MUTUAL, OP
PORTUNITIES EXCHANGE. Buffalo. N. T.
WANTED-SALESMEN
SALESMEN wanted: no experience- required:
earn while learning: write today for lltt of
hundreds of positions now open saying 31.09a
to 3S.CC0 a year: address nearest office. Dept.
322. National Salesmen' Training- Associa
tion. Chicago, New York, Kansas City, San
Francisco. New Orleans. Toronto.
SENTINEL PR1NTINO CO.. Indianapolis.
Ind. Established 1322. Well-known Im
porters and Manufacturers. Have the most
attractive and strongest line Art Calenders.
Leather Specialties, Novelties for 1)13. Can
use few men, real aalesmen. Fine preposi
CAPABLE SALESMAN to cover ' VIrgtata
with staple line: high commission: tSW
monthly advance and permanent position ta
right man. Jeer. H. Smith Co.. Detroit. Mich.
HIGH-CLASS SPECIALTY SALESMEN, to
first sell, then organise sales force; "CHAM
PION" COMPLETE ACCOUNTANT WAR-
WANTED FIREPROOF combination saf.
desk, account system, money drawer, and
complete recorder. State full qualification.
THE CHAMPION REGISTER CO.. Cleve
land. OUO.
WANTED Good specialty men-, strictly
commission: can make from 360 ta ties a
week. We pay commission every Frldar.
Write for particulars. ART "MFO. CO.. 15
S. Pea Plalnea at.. Chicago. In.
WANTED Man or woman in each Govern
ment, department: excellent opportunity to
increase Income. Apply after 4:30 Monday.
YOUNG & SIMON. 1214 N. Y. ave.
WORKINGMAN'S WANTS
WORKINOMEN A little careful calculation
nlll bring yon here, there 1 no reduction
salet.. no "banraln." but a ni.in r
pending your cash and getting -valuable
worm wnna cugntiy nsea overcoat. 33 to H;
try us; one price. JUSTHS OLD STAND.
US D.
MAN Colored, a Janitor la eCSce tMr,
must be handy with 'tools and toot fur
nace man: .steady work. Apply BBN
SCHWARTZ. 0 Ff. w. - ,
KAN-Cetcree. handy wVM -tests, ate be
.strong and met afraM of haja-work. Cad
at store mt T c M. W. Briar raierea.
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