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THE WASHINGTON TIMES,, THURSDAY; JANUARY 16, 1913.
WASHINGTON AND NEW
ARRANGES FGR LEASE
IN SMALL BUILDING
federal National Is Expected to
Be Ready to Do Business on
The Federal National Bank today
Used a lease for a year for the first
floor of the Small building at the south
east corner of Fourteenth and G
streets northwest and It was announced
that the bank will open for business on
It was estimated at noon today that
subscriptions to the capital stock and
surplus of the new national bank were
in excess of 31,000,000 and subscriptions
still are being received at the temporary
olffce at 140S G street northwest by
Ralph W. Lee, one of the directors.
While the capital stock has probably
been subscribed more than twice over
the directors are anxious tp give every
one who wishes to be identified with
the organization of the new institution
every opportunity to dp so before the
subscription lists are closed and the al
The lease of the permanent quarters
has a provision for a new lease for a
term, of years and also an option to
purchase. Preparations are now being
rushed so tJiat all will be In readiness
for the opening of the bank on Monday
John Poole was formally elected presi
dent of the Federal, and N. H. Shea
vice president It was stated today that
great care will be taken In the selec
tion of a cashier, and that there is a
field of a dozen men belnj- considered
for the position.
At the meeting yesterday, the fol
lowing board of directors was chosen:
Byron S. Adams, Walter A. Brown,
J. J. Darlington, Wi'-ton J. Lambert,
Ralph W. Lee. John L. NeWbold.
John Poole. N. H. Shea, John H. Clapp,
Myer Cohen, Clarence B. Rheem.
Frank B. Koyes, Ieon Toblner, and
Arthur- D. Marks.
BIdrldge E. Jordan was again at
the cashier's desk at the Commercial
National Bank. The directors will meet
Commercial Bank Stock held its own
well again today on the Washington
Stock- Exchange. Only fifty-six
shares came out, of which thirty
brought S00, ten 19974. ten 199, and six
199. There was considerable activity
in Washington Gas Stock and In Union
Trust- Gar sold down to 84.
All of the officers of the Washington
.Loan and Trust Company were re-elected
.at the directors' meeting yesterday.
Tney added 350,000 to tr.e surplus, mak
ing that fund $1,000,090. an amount
equal to the capital stock of the com
pany. The regular .dividend was In
creased to 2 per cent per annum, with
authority to declare extra dividends of
2- per cent, in .the discretion of the
board. If the earnings warrant it, which
would make the dividend 10 per cent per
i The net earnings for 1912 were 15 per
cent. Since its organization the com
pany was paid J1.C6S.477.53 in interest to
its depositors, and $1,257,500 In dividends
to its stockholders.
The annual statement of the National
Savings and Trust Company shows that
the gross earnings for the year ended
December 31, 1912, were J319.295.19, and
the total expenses, 10S.S52.16. The
amount due the depositors, who num
ber 31,190. Is $7,411,9(0.21. as against last
year's record of $6,447,952.41. due to
3,0588 depositors, an Increase of 9S3.946.S0,
and 602 depositors. The capital stock,
all paid in. Is $1,000,000.
M. A. Winter has been elected second
vice president of the Union Savings
Bank to take the place of William H.
Lynn, of New York. Ail of the other
officers of the bank have been re
elected. H- O. Thompson, assistant manager
of the Tenth street branch of the Uni
ted States Trust Company, has resigned
to accept the office of secretary and
treasurer of the Cornell Wall Paper
The new convertible bonds of the
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company
are to be Issued In coupon and regis
tered form, the coupon bonds in de
nominations of $1,000 and 500 each, with
the privilege of registration as to prin
cipal and exchangeable for fully regis
tered Bonds without coupons.
"For the principal sum of J500 or any
multiple thereof that may be authorized
by the board of directors or the execu
tive committee the jegletered bonds will !
be exchanged for ccupon bonds.
All the bonds of this Issue outstand
ing, but not any part thereof, mat be
called for redemption by the company
on March 1, 1923. or on any semi-annual
day thereafter on ninety daj' notice at
1C2 of the par value and accrued in
terest HUUbcrioers uno io noi pay me suo- i
scription price of 13JJ.23 per 1.000 bond
(which Includes Interest accrued) or
477.63 per 500 bond In full on or before
March 3. may way In full following In
stallments: On or before March 3. 2S6 50 or
On or before April 15. 55.50 or 143.25
On or before May 15, 387 42 or 193.71.
The bonds will be dated March 1. 1913.
and mature March 1. 1933. When de
livered they will bear a coupon for six
months' Interest, due September 1, 1313
Benjamin Woodruff, president of the
Washington Stock Exchange, has been
made a member of the llrm of Iewls
Johnson & Co., private bankers and
stock brokers, to take the place of
Charles T. Williams, who Is retiring for
a rest of a year or more. Mr. Williams
has disposed of his Interest to J. W
Henry and William A. M earns, his
former partners in the Arm.
The Continental Trust Company earn
ed 40.Z2S.G last year, according to the
special committee of examination, com
posed of G. W. Huske, G. T- Scott, and
Owen P. Kellar.
The annual report of the Chesapeake
and Potomac Telephone Company sub
mitted to the'llbuse of Representatives
jesterday by President Frank K. Beth
ell Is as follows:
Receipts on account of opera
tions In the District of' Colum
bia In 1912 1.607.t)5
Expenditures on account of oper
ations In the District for the
Operating expenses (central of
fice operating, pay nation
commissions, directories, ad
vertising, canvassing, and col-
General administrative expenses
Rental, pole, and roof, attach
ments, ana insurance
Dividends and Interest 462.757
Revenue balance , 55,255.60
U. S. Reg. 2's 100T4 101H
U. 8. Coupon J's 100 101
U. S. Reg. 3's 102H 103
U. S. Coupon 3's 102S 105
U. S. Reg. fs 113& 1HH
T7. S. Coupon 4's 113 1HU
Geo. Gas Cert. Ind. B's
Georgetown Gas 5's
Macmlngton Gas 5's...,
Capital Traction R. R. 5's...
Anacostia & Potomac 6's
City cc Suburban 5's
Columbia R. R, 5's
Columbia R. R. Cs
Metropolitan R. R. B's
Wash. Ry. & Elec. 4's ,
Wash. Alex. & ML V: 5's....
Potomac Elec. Cons. B's 100
Potomac Elec. Lt. B's 105"
L. & P. Telephone o's 104
Amer. Tel & Telga. 4's
Wash. Market 5's J927
Wash. Market 5's 147
W. M. Cold Storage 5's....
N. & W. Steamboat 5'c ,
Riggs Realty 5's (Long) ..
Rlggs Realty 5 s (Short).
. 103 ...
... 100 ...
PUBLIC UTILITIES STOCKS.
Wash. Ry. & Elec com.
Wash. Ry. &. Elec pfd..,
N. & W. Steamboat
Eastern Light & Fuel....
Amer. Tel. & Telga
TYPE MACHINE STOCKS
Mergenthaler Linotype 217 ,
Lanston Monotype SS?
Greene Cananea 8
NATIONAL, BANK STOCKS.
American Nat. Bank 17-. u
Capital Nat. Bank -i
Columbia Nat. Bank 2a0 ...
Commercial Nat Bank 199: 200
District Nat Bank 1 "0
Far. At Mech. Nat. Bank 21S
Lincoln Nat. Bank 1W
Metropolitan Jat. Bank 2U3
Hlggs Nat. Bank 5S0
Second Nat. Bank 160
Nat. Bank of Wash 246
TRUST COMPANY STOCKB.
Amer. Sec & Trust 303 ...
Union Trust 137 138
Wasn. Loan & Trust 210 250
United States Trust 138 143
SAVINGS BANK STOCKS.
Citizens Sav. Bank 18
Home Savings , 325
Union Savings 246
Bank of Com. & Sav 12
East Wash. Sav. Bank 15
FIRE INSURANCE STOCKS.
Arlington Fire Insurance 16
Corcoran Tire insurance JO ."
Firemen's Fire Iusurance.... 19 22
Franklin Fire Insurance SO
Ger. Amer. Fir ins............ 2 ...
Nat. Union Fire Insurance.. 7
Potomac Fire Insurance 80
TITLE INSURANCE STOCKS.
Columbia Title Insurance 6 ...
Real Estate Title Ins. 95
Chapin Sacks 160 220
D. C. Paper Mfg. Co 134
Grapho Com 40
Grapho PreidL i3
Security Storage 210 ...
Washington Market 1H ...
Equity Court, No. i.
Mr. Justice Barnard.
McCormlck vs. McCormick. Order ex
tending time. Plaintiff's attorney, G.
A. Maddox: defendant's attorney,
James A. O'Shea.
Herrmann vs. Stonestreet Decree pro
confesso. Plaintiff's attorneys, Leon
Tobriner and B. N. Graham.
Cooper vs. Landers. Order extending
time. Plaintiffs attorney. F. B.
Rhodes; defendant's attorneys, J. N.
Gardiner. B. N. Graham.
Perry vs. Sharpe. Order of publica
tion. Plaintiff s attorney, H. N. Sohon.
Harris vs. Harris. Decree ratifying
.ale. Plaintiff's attorney, R. A. Hcis
kell. Equity Court, No. 2.
Mr Justice Anderson.
Green vs. Hisss et al. Order of publi
cation. Plaintiff's attorney, N. E. Les
ter. Keyser vs. Byron. Order granting leave
to file amended bill and making party
defendant. Plaintiff's attorneys. Ros
fa F. Downing and George A. Berry.
1'nlted States vs. Smith. Order overrul
ing demurrers and defendants required
to answer bill in twenty aays. i-iain.
tlfTis attorney Stuart McN'amara.
In re adoption of Cherles Marks. Or
der leealizlnK adoption.
In r- lunaci of Patrick Fallon. Order
Worthington vs. Worthington. Reference
to Lemuel Fugitt. examiner: Ralph
D Quinter appolntod to dpfend. Plain
tiff's attorney. Chase Roys.
Citcuit Court, No. t.
Chief Justice riabaugh.
Bell s Washington Railway and Elec
tric Oorrpany On trial. Plaintiff's
Httonr-js, heckle. Cox & Kratz; de
fendants attorn-. George P. Hoover.
Circuit Court, No. 2.
Mr. Justice Wright.
Ccnnlnsram s Ebcrsole. On trial.
Plaintiff's attorney, H. W Whcalley:
1 efendant s attorn" s, Wilton J. Lam
bert and R. H. Veatman
Bo wen s Terminal Taxlcab Company
(two cases). Verdict 'n favor of Grace
Bon en for I.'iOO; for William F.
Bowtn. 150. PlalntlffV attorneys,
'"harles Slireve. Jr.. and M. N. Rich
ardson, defendant's attorneys. Baker
Criminal Court. No. 1.
Mr Justice Stafford.
United States vs. George I. William.
Assault with dangerous weapon, ver
dict, guilty, remanded Attorney. W.
United States vh Kdgar Harper. House
breaking, recognizance, 500. with
Frederick B. Harper as tturety.
United States vs. Alexander D. McCoy
and Ira Todd. Arson; on trial. At
torneys, Charles Turner, A. W. Scott.
Criminal Court, No. 2.
Mr. Justice Gould.
Make-Man Talbet Companv vs. O'Don
nell. On trial Plaintiff's attorney.
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YORK FINANCIAL NEWS
New York Market.
(By Times' Direct Wlre.
High. Lonr. p.m. CIom
AmaL Copper 73H 714 .72K I 71W
Am. Beet Sug. com.... MH 36 I 36
American Can 28 27 2Ui27fc
American Can pfd.... 115 lit 115 I114V4
American. C. A F.... 53 5214 52 I 53
American Cotton Oil. 54 51. 54 I 52
Am. Locomotive 40 30 40 I 39
Amer. Ice Secur 22 22 22 I 21
Amer. Smelting 72 70 71 I 70
Am. Sug. &Ref. con.118 115 115HI115V
Am. Tel. & Tel 134U 132 13SU 1 134
Am. Tot 133 281 253 I2S0H
Anaconda 37 DGK 37 I 3S
At Cst Line
5. & O. ..............
Br'kl'n Rpd Trnst.
CaL Petrol .
Cal. Petrol pfd
.104H 1C4 104H 1 104H
..12SH 12Si 12i fl!S
..105 105 105 I104H
..3714 36H 37 I 36
. 90 89K 90K I 59
.53 52H 63HI 52
. 34 84 S4 I 4
242i 241fe 242fi 1 243H
Central Leather 261 26 2CH I 26
Cent. Leather, pfd.. WWWM P4M ! 04
Ches. & Ohio 76 76 7894 I 76
Cblno Con. Cop 44 42 43 42K
Chi. & Great W 16 16 16. I 16
Chi.. M. & St P 113 112 112 1 112
CM. M. &St P. pf J...141 141 141 1 141
Consolidated Gas.. ..13$ 137 133 1 137
Corn Products 13 13 13 I 13
Erie so ro ton i ro
Erie 1st pfd. 47 47 47 I 46
GoldHeld Cons 2 2 2 2
Great Northern pfd. 128 I27i 127 1 127
Great North. Ore.... 39 3- 39 I 3SW
Interboro Met 17 I7S 17 I 17
Interboro Met., pfd.. 61 60 60 I 60
international HarvesiOS 107 103 1 107
Lehigh Valley. 161 159 100 1 159
Lou. & Nash 139 139 139 1 130
MeJcPetrol 71 70 71 I 71
M.. K.&T 27 26 27 I 26
M., St P. & 8. S.'M...138 138 133 1 139
Missouri Pacific .".41 40 40 I 41
Nat. Biscuit, com. ...120 120 120 1120
Nev. Con.Copper. 18 18 18 I 18
Northern Pacific .119 118 119 1117
Peo. Gas. of Chi 115 115 115 1 115
Penns.R.R. 122 122 122 1 122
Ray ContoL Coppar... 19 19 19 I 19
Ry. St. Spgs.. com... 31 31 31 I
Rep. Iron & 8teel 24 24 24 I 24
Reading 163 162 163 1 162
Rock Island 23 21 22 I 22
Rock Island pf 40 39 39 I 40
South. Pacific 105 104 105 1 105
South. Rallwar. 26 26 26 I 26
Tennessee Copper.... 35 75 35 I 34
Union Pacific 153 156 157 1 157
TJ. 8. Rubber, com 68 64 e6 I C3H
U. S. Steel 63 G2 63 I 63
U. a Steel pf 109 109 100 1 100
Utah Cooper 55 54 4 ' 54
Va.-Car.' Chemical.. 41 39 40 I 42
Wabash, com 3 3 3 I 3
West Union Tel.... 70 70 70 I 71
Woolworth 107 106 106 1106
Wisconsin Central 46 46 46 I 46
Atch." Convert. 4'...102 J01 102 1 101
. & O. Gen. 4's 97 17 97 I 97
B. R. T. Con. 4's 88 89 E9 I 89
C.B- & Q. olnt 4'... 95 fS I 95
C.R.L & Pac. 4's.... 64 C4 64 I 64
Int Metro. ' 80 79 79 So
U. S. Steel 2d B's.... 101 11 101 1 101
George F. Havell: defendant's
torneys. Baker & Hogan.
Mr. 'Justice Gould.
In re: opening alley square 2892. Jury
sworn and date set for January 31.
Mr. Justice Anderson.
In re: Edwin K. Mitchell. Petition for
letters of guardianship. Attorney,
William E. Ambrose.
Estate of Esther Davis. Order admit
ting will to probate and record grant
ing letters testamentary to Julia E.
Silverman, also known as Julia E.
Silvers: bond. 1.000. Attorney, Alvln
Estate of Hugo Lossau. Order for sale
of business. Attorneys, Rossa F.
Downing, George A. Berry.
Estate of Andrew H. Nott. Will ad
mitted to probate and letters testa
mentary granted to Glenn Brown:
bond, 500. Attornc, J. A. Lamer.
In re Richard T. Umhau. Case re
ferred to register of wills to take
testimony Attorney, D. E. Clarke.
In re; Ruth E. Dodge. Order of sale.
Attorney, Charles J. Murphy.
Estate of Hermann Rassback. Com
mission ordered to issue. Attorney, A.
Estate of Joslah R. Bromwell. Order to
sell real estate. Attorneys, Maddox &
Estate of Daniel D. Kelly. Order to
settle claim. Attorney. G. W. Al
bright. Estate of Henry M. Baker. Ordpr rati
fying sale of rral estate Attorney,
E. H. Thomas.
Estate of Eugene B. McSwjnej. Petl
tltlon for probate of will Attorney,
Lewis L. Hawley
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HAVE BETTER TONE
IN TRADING TODAA
Advances Are More General and
the List of Declines Is Nar
NEW YORK. Jan. 16. Prices of
stocks on the New York Stock Ex
change wete more generally better to
day, ten or a dozen stocks in the list
showing the early declines. The Lon
don market for Americans was also
more cheerful. Trading was of the
same light character as has been ob
taining and only 172,300 shares were sold
to noon. Rubber was one of the strong
It Is estimated that the earnings of
the American Smelting & Refining
Company for the year will be about
14 per cent on the common before writ
ing off depreciation and amortization.
C. M. Schwab, president of the Beth
lehem Steel Corporation, who returned
from Paris this mdrning, admitted that
while abroad he had closed a deal with
French interests and the government
of Chile for a large 'tract of iron ore
land in Chile. Mr. Schwab said that
the ore was the richest In the" world,
averaging 67 per cent of iron and hav
ing a very small percentage of phos
phorous. He declared that these ores
were even better than the SwedlsU ores
and that they were fully 100,000,000 tons
The fornlghtly statistics show that
English and French stocks of copper
on January 15 decreased 1,275, tons,
while coper suppplles afloat decreased
100 tons, making a total decrease In
the visible supply of 1,375 tons to 39,514,
ugnuiai w,o&f town on uecemuer u.
It is generally expected that the Pujo
committee's report, to be made before
the close 'of this session, will be de
voted to two main- subjects, recommen
dation for incorporation and regulation
of the New York Stock Exchange to the
end of checking Irresponsible specula
tion an dpreventlng manupulatlon, and
to prohibiting Interlocking directorships
among the national banks to the end
of discouraging undue concentration of
capital among a few institutions.
There was deposited at the subtreas
uery this morning 147.000 for transfer
to . San Francisco. The subtreasury
gained 595,000 from the banks yester
day and since Friday has lost 6,607,000
to the banks.
New York Curb Market.
Furalfhed to The Wuhlnaton Times by
Hsxrlman & Co.. New York; O. B. Chlpmaa
manager local branch. Colorado Building.
Anglo Am. Oil........ 16 17
Atlanta Goldfleld IS 19
Bay State Gas Vi
Braden Copper 8?a V
British Col. Copper 4H m
International Rubber 8 10
Chicago Subway 3 7
Cobalt Lake 43 43
Glroux Mining 3H 3M
Grcene-Cananea ,. 8V4 fcV
Kerr Lake ih id
La Rose Con 2
Manhattan Transit U't
Nlpissing Mines S
Ohio Copper 1
Porcupine Gold 17 22
Standard OH N. J 431 432
Tcnopah Belmcnt &h StV
Tonopah Mng. of Nevada 6 6U
Trl Bullion A ,
Knited Cigar Stores 106V4 1M&
United Cigar tSores pfd 116 117
Today's Sales on
Potomac Electric 5's. J2.000&10511.
Washington Railway and Electric,
Pref., 10nt04. m'-il-
Eastern Light & Fuel. ZmiS.
Washington Gas. S3QSi. ivffSl,
6t84H. 2V&S4H. 23S84H.
Commercial Nat. Bank. 10B2fiO. 10S
199H. 6JJ1S9. 10S200. 10t. 10190T4.
Union Trust. l(Kgl38. 10S13S. 10P138. 1031
United States Trust, lOg'lM. 5137.
N. & W. Steamboat 6's. J50O?fia.
St. Andrew's Society
Expects Bryce as Guest
At the annual banquet of the St An
drew's Society at Rauscher'n. January
25, It li hoped that Ambassador Bryce,
of Great Britain, ami Anarew tarnegie
win nc among tnc guepis. narry
Lauder will be one of the entertainers
present, and a message from King
George V. of Great Britain, will be one
of the features Several members of
Congress, members of the society, will
Undivided Profits Over $500,000.00
v. -.- -sv. .
Army and Navy
Captain ALVIN C VORlS. Infantry, de
tailed for service In the Signal Corps,
to Fort Omaha, Neb-
First Lieutenant FRANCIS G. DE
LANO, Coast Artillery Corps, detail
ed for duty on progressive military
map work from June 16 to August
24, 1913. for orders.
Major ROBERT S. ABERNETHY, Coast
Artillery Corps, from Fort Hancock,
N. J., to this city February 1, for
duty as an assistant to the chief of
" Coast Artillery.
Commander W. A. EDGAR, placed on
the retired list of officers: detached
Naval War College. Newport, R. I.;
Lieutenant W. C. BARKER, detached
navy yard. Puget Sound, Wash.: to
post graduate course. Naval Acad
emy. Lieutenant (Junior grade) J. M. MUR
RAY, to Inspection of aviation ma
terial, Marblehead, Mass.
Lluetenant (Junior grade) C. H. KEP
PLER, detached Naval Academy; to
post graduate course. Naval Acad
emy. Lieutenant (Junior grade) R. T. S.
LOWELL, detached Tacomaj to post
graduate course. Naval Academy.
Lieutenant (Junior grade) R. B. HOR
NER, detached California; to post
graduate course. Naval Academy.
Lieutenant (junior grade) H. A. Mc
CLURE, detached Flusser; to com
Ensign B. S. BULLARD, detached
Strlngham; to post graduate course.
Ensign W. W. WEBSTER, detached
Panther; to post graduate course.
Ensign E. L. PATCH, detached Dela
ware: to postgraduate course. Naval
Medical Director D. N. BERTOLETTE,
placed on the retired list: to home.
Pay Director J. S. PHILLIPS, to navy
yard, Portsmouth, N. H.
MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS.
Arrived Mars, at Cristobal; Sonoma.
Arethusa. at Guantanamo.
Sailed Prairie, from Philadelphia for
Charleston: Iroquals, from Mare
Island for San Diego; Caesar, from
Newport News for .Guantanamo.
1 Wholesale Produce Htrket
Egf Nearby, freeh. 2&23e: Southern. 2J
Cheeae New York, new, 2Sc lb.; flat, 19c
Butter Elgin print. 35c lb.; tub. J3c per
lb.; process, 29Hllb.
Live Poultry Hena, KffHHc: rotters. VQ
lOHc per lb.: turkeja. ISSISc per lb.; chick
ens, lane ltgltc; medium. I86IS0 per lb.
Dreaaed Poultry Turkej-a. IQ!lc per lb.;
hena, 14615c per lb.: ducks. 17c per lb.;
chlckena. lS5c per lb.
Green Frulta California, oranrer, J3.C03JJ.S
per box: lemona, aj.OO per box: plneepplea. per
crate, 13.75: Florida grapefruit. U.ZS per
box: tangerinea, LJ per box; apples, $2.35
4J2.45 per bbl.
Heata. Dreaaed Lightweight pork. 1&S10HC
per lb.: healer, iQlOc
Vegetablea Potatoea, SSc per bu.; celery 37c
per doxen: raina, S1.0UO1.X ner bbL: oo:ocj,
60c per crate: cabbage. Sic per 100 lb.:
lettuce. 11J&31.J0. per baaket; beets.- n.lJ
tl.tO per 100 buncbea;aquaab.31.C00 bbl.: aweet
potatoea. vlJi per bbl.: lima beana. 13c
per qt.; cranberrlea, 12Hc
New York Is Backing
Popular Senate Election
ALBANY. N. T., Jan. 16. ElecUon of
United States Senators by popular vote
became a certainty for this State to
day, wl en the Senate passed the Wagner
constitutional amendment by a vote of
43 to 4. The assembly passed the
amendment yesterday and Governor
Sulzer will sign the measure aa soon as
It is presented to him.
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the subject of a lecture given by Prof.
Charles G. Abbott, director of the
Smithsonian Astrophyslcal Observatory,
in the. .First Congregational. Church
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National Savings & Trust Conpaoy.
Of the Dlatrlct of Columbia.
COMPTROLLER OF THE CURRENCY.
Aa required by eectlon It. act of Conareaa,
approved'Octobtr 1. 1890. for tbe rear end
ed December 3L 1112.
Capital atocfc authorized l.O.0aW
cmpuai aiocx actuauy paid in l.OTU.urooo
Oroaa earnings for year ended De
cember 31. 1912 31.Sil2
Total expenma for year ended De
cember 31. im 103.85115
Total amount of debta beinc
amount due 31.190 depoaltora 7.411.90S:i
WILLIAM J). HOOVER. Prealdenf.
Woodbury Blair. Samuel Maddox.
William V. Cox. Reginald 3. Hulde-
Walter C Clepnane. koper. .
O. H. P," Johnaon. TV. E. Edmonston.
rTanx w. Dioce, jonn u. weaver,
W. H. Walker. Oeorge Howard. '
We, William D. Hoover. Prealdent; Charles
E.. Nyman. Secretary; and Woodbury Blair.
William V. Cox, Walter C. Clepbane..O. H.,
P. Johnaon. DIrectora of the NATIONAL
SAVINGS AND TRUST COMPANY, do
hereby aolemnly awear that tbe above, atate
ment la true, to tbe beat of our knowledge
WILLIAM D. HOOVER. Prealdent.
CHARLES E. KTMAN, Secretary.
WILLIAM V. COX.
"WALTER. C. CLEPHANE.
O. H. P. JOHNSON.
Dlatrlct of Columbia, aa:
Sworn to and aubacrlbed before, me thla 15th
day or January, isii
CHARLES G LAMBORK.
Total number of dlrectora of thla company. ZL
Coberth Hanes & White Co.,
We. the underalgned. the President and a
majority of the Board of Trustees of the
COBERTH HANES & WHITE CO.. INC.. af
Waahlngton. D. C, do hereby certify that the
Capital Stock of the aald Corporation la
(10,000.00. 39,500.00 of which tfaa Twen actually
paid In. and that there are K.lSt.:! exlatlng-
GEO. W. HANES.
CHAS. E. COBERTH.
U CHAS. E. COBERTH. Secretary of the
CVberth Hanes & White Co.. Inc. of the
District of Columbia, do hereby awear that
the facts stated In the above certificate are
true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
CHAS. E. COBERTH. Secretary.
Subscribed and an cm to before me. a No
tary Public In and for tha District of Co
lumbia, thla 15th day of January. A. D. 1913.
J. H. SIMPSON.
(Seal.) Notary Public. D. C
My commission expires January S. 1314.
ANNUAL REPORT OF THE
Columbia Printing Co., Inc.,
We. the undersigned, the Prealdent and a
majority of the Board of Trustees of the
COLUMBIA PRINTING CO., of Waahlngton.
D. C. do hereby certify that the Capital
Stock of the said Corporation ir 37.000. 37,000
of which has been actually paid In. and that
there are 13.473.11 existing' debta.
FRANK P. HOWARD.
JOHN J. WAONER.
I. FRANK P. HOWARD. Prealdent of the
Columbia Printing Co.. Inc. of tha District
of Columbia, do hereby swear that the facts
stated In the above certificate are true to the
best of my knowledge and belief.
FRANK P. HOWARD. President.
Subscribed and aworn to before me. a No
tary Publlo In and for the District of Colum
bia, this leth day of January. A. D. 1113.
JAMES D. HOBDS.
Notary Public D. C.
My commission expires July II. 1313.
603 13th at- N. W.
f YRA FTFJiD Magnetic Maaaace. Face
UIU1 JJ XTiJJL , 8cAlo Treatment.
AND ASSISTANT. TO U St. aw- 3d floor.
OADMAN Hair Specialties.
Manicuring. Massage. 73 11th st. nw. M. 731.
Buena Tonic. Special 60c
M TRS WKTjTjS and assistant.
JU.J.OO r JDLOJO Manicuring and bceJ
Treatment. 330 N. T. ave.. 3d floor, lira. Stoi.
MIKS JAMRRON. Manicure, face meesage.
and scalp treatment. 1304 O at. N.W.. Ind
floor front. Hours from 10 a. m. to ( p. m.
PROF. HILLWOOD. 1M0 O N. W.
MINX fJATN MANICURING AND
iUlOO UUH 8CALP TREATMENT.
HI Tta St. N. W.. Apt. L Ph. Mala fuf.
:c. a. 8LtAi.co.,iNa. Aucts.,i4ar o ac
Catalogue Sale of Articles
Accumulated in the
Division of Dead Letters-
TO BE SOLD AT AUCTION WITHIN OUR
ROOMS. 14OT O BT. N. W..
BT ORDER OF THE POSTMASTER GEN
ERAL. This n!e will begin on MONPAT.
JANUARY TWENTIETH. MM. AND WILL
BE CONTINUED DAILT AT TEN A. U.
AND 7 P. M. until the whole Is disposed of.
Terms: Cash on delivery.
ON 8ATURDA1T. January ! at "
o'clock a. m.. In front of United BUtea
stents Company's warehouse. 41S-4S0 letn
t. N. W.. Washington. D. C thera
will be sold at Public 'Auction, to enfdrce
liens' for storage charges, etc.. due and V
paid, all goods, furniture, household and ar
onal effects on ttoraga In same of Sara
Berry, Mrs. C. Mann. Mrs. Mary Toleea.
Mrs. H. A. Tracy, John Walker. W.B.
WILLIAMS CO.. Auetloaers. UNITED
STATES STORAGE COMPANY. IXC.
ON 8ATURDAT. January IS. 1H3. at 14
uVloele m.. In trnnt fit ITnttMt fltataa
morago Cbmpasja warehouse. 411-430 ftta at.
N. wT. Washington. D. C. then will be asld
at Public Auction, to enforce liens for star
age ehargta, etc. due and unpaid, alt aaefla.
furniture, bouaahold and peraosal effects 00
storage In namea of Mrs. Mildred Craves.
Florence uyaon, mm Alice samea. sirs. j.
T. Igoe. Mrs. E. R. Martin. Carrie Smith.
W. -B. WILLIAMS CO.. Auctioneer.
United State 8torage Company (lac)
PROPOSALS will be recetred at the Bureau
of Supplies and Accounts. Nary Department.
Washington, D. C. until 10 o'clock a. ra.,
February 4, ltU. and publicly opened Imme
diately thereafter, to furnish at the navy
yard. Washington, D. C. etc. a, quantity aC
naval supplies, a follows: Sen. HOT: Meter
and blower. Sch. 5113: Clinometers. Sea.
5114: Galvanised sheet steel, two conductor
cable. Applications for proposal aboold des
ignate the schedule desired by number.
Blank proposals will be furnlahed upon ap
plication to tbe Bureau. T. J. COWIE. Pay-maater-Oeneral.
V. 8. N.
Phone Main 5260
Totel gruaa. 2H&. 1HX. .O.iaW
Avcraca croaa. Sac. Wi. :... 4Ua7
Total net. Dae. au ........... taxua
Avaraca aatv Dae.. UU..-.....-. .H
Total graaa. Dae. MU JH.W
ftn (TMa, Dce, 19U.. ......... ...... at,fM
Total Ml, De.. 1H3...... .W.9W
Average nee Dc 1913.. ....... ....... I7
I aoUsaly awaar that the accompaaylaa;
atatacaeat npraaaau the cirmlatlaa of Tba
WaabugtOB Tlmea aa detailed, and -tat tba
at flgiirea rapreaaat. all return eHralnited.
the number of copiea af Tba Tlaaa wktckt ara
aold. deUverad. furnlahed. or mailed ta boa
fide purchaaera or eubacrlbera.
rttKD A. WALKER. Oenaral Macagar.
Dlatrlct of Columbia, aa:
Subaertbae aad aworn to befora xaa tfeJa
Sat day of December. A. D. Ml.
THOMAS G WILLIS. Notary PsfaSc.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Near the Hlghlanda apartmenta. gold
watch In leather wrlat bracelet. Reward If
returned to Apt. MO. Florence court. CaUfor
nla at. and Pbelpa place.
LOST Brown envelope. Jan. 13. containing
valuable Danerm. Rewmrrf If rfnmMi in urz
j- au J. w . !
LOST th January, code book, between
Waahlngton and Alexandria. Reward. Its
Cheapalde. Baltimore. JtAM - l
LOST Eyeglaaaea with fold chain attached,
between lunch, room, near 3th and F ata.
and Lanaburgh'a. Reward for return, to WO
Maryland ave. S. W. !
LOST Watch." ladya Waltham. Jan. . ea
7th St., marked M. Reward at 313 3th nw.
- - !
I3ST Taeaday evening-, balcony Chaaa'a.
Persian Lamb cheat shield. Eultabla reward
If returned tl owner. 7a nth at. N. W. !
LOST Cameo pendant, surrounded with
peart. 35 reward. Apt 8. 143 Meridian at.
LOST Cora bead, with gilded and coral
pendant. Reward. Apt. 73. Cumberland,
Thomas Circle. !
LOST Chain and pendant, between Tth and
O sta.. 3rd and A sta. ,S. E.. and Union
EUUon. Return 713 7th at. N. E. Reward.
LOST Tan collie dog. male. Reward. Re.
turn to 1315 Randolph at. Brookland.
LOST Latrr'a gold watch. Elgin works, on
or near N. Cap. st. between L and Q sta.
Return to BURKLET. HA L it X E. Re
LOST Lady gold watch and pin. marked
A. F.;" loet at Maaonlc Temple. Tues
day night Liberal reward. Ml N. J. ave.
LOST Sultcaae. 36th and Pa. ave. N. W.
Finder call CAPTAIN DEAN. Call West
FOUND Three packages. 3 pair rubbers. 3
pair glasses. 11 umbrellas, S coats. I bat. 1
rlr cuff buttons. 3 pocketbooks, 1 bag;
pair gloves, 1 vanity box. 1 box. I books.
1 ting; 1 bracelet I suit cases. 1 watch.
1 shoe form. 1 odd rubber. 1 muff. WASH
IKGTON TERMINAL UNION STATION.
WANTED By woman, waahlnx
LADY wanta to collect bills: experienced;
city references. BOX 537, Times office.
work, cupylnc etc Tel.
PAINTER, papcrhanger. plasterer, wants
work: rooms papered. JIM: painting. 33:
phone Main (365 M.: city or country. S.
GOLDBLATT. 303 4H rt S- W.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
CHECKER. (30: linen room. 315: chamber-
muu, m; waitresses. a a week, riait
ER'S AGENCY. 410 10th st
1115 G ST.
Graduates of Our French Academy
Command the Hlahrst Salary Paid Milliners.
AND GET READY FOR SPRING WORK.
GOOD POSITIONS FURNISHED.
STENOGRAPHERS 3. experienced: at once:
rood salary to rlcht Dirty: short hours.
pleasant work and aurroundlngs. Apply Room
U. S. SaMnga Jiank HUg. 1..
SEWERS Thoroughly experienced, on wom
en a lonm. addiv juuuii uahiiaiu
& CO.. Hth and F sts. !;-
SHIRT STARCHERS. Apply TOLMAN
LAUNDRY, (th and C ata. N. W.
TRIMMER First class: one who has had
experience with the very best trade. Ad
dress llox No. (00. Time Office.
VEGETABLE COOK. WO. with room. FISH
ER'S AGENCY. 419 10th st
WAITRESSES Two hlte. experienced.
ek. Apply 734 nth st. N. w.
WAITRESSES Three white, experienced.
Apply head waitress. Cairo Cafe. VI St. nw..
WAITRESSES Pol'te. for CITY HALL
LUNCH ROOM. Apply before 10 or after 3.
WOMAN Colored for nursing and chamber
mirk. 1011 Kalorama road
WOMEN 10 colored, to bake cakea In wln
rinwv: 35 per week. MARYLAND QUICK
LUNCH. MO 9th st N. W.
YOUNG WOMAN SOLICITOR on excellent
proposition: straight salary to start, with
increases based on actual work produced:
experience not necenary. but applicant must
be aggressive and a good talker. Apply
between 1 and 3 p. m. at Room 311. Munsey
YOUNO LADY Beautiful, aa artlst'a model;
steady position. Applv studio. Ut U st;
10-13 a. m. and 2-1 aad 1-10 p. aa. 1
A Big Propotition to
Are you, orer tea years' ef aaar B
you wait to ttTe-i aayfarbualaaja -
af'Toar iwa after ackee kesnr Be
yon iwaat to efeow year fatfcr aa4
mother wtet k4a4 of ' a ywi m
mad oft Then start rla bow. kr
ajattlsr yose a. Tlmee reerte. LeTs
taia k orer ktm Timas sftnr siuul
koara r xm Satarday.
moat of our ajnateac
partmeat of Tha. WaaUaataa. Ttaaa
today af tar acaoaL - J
Tbe Waahtngton Tlaa wlil faasea
rontaatart. All the eaaHal you. need
la tba wllllngrnaa to work.
BARBER for Saturday: H-X gsaraafaaC M
im at. N. W.. aaarPa. a,va. N. W. - ..
BOT WMte.'brleSM. active. M-yeara et an
with bicycle, aa nuaaengcr far rlTintn,
QBaU (,U1W IFin wa. " a
with GOLDINBERa CO.. h aod-JC" Jrw,
BOY Colored, to deliver ordera.
worth plaea 8. W. .
BOYS AND DTi"ff afwwm
kO rpr 45 Teatfrafi Cos
f2 J-V-f MIT. Apply at olfle
BOYS White, over II yeara oULto run ar. fi
raada annod atore. Apply JULIUS-GAX ::i
riNKLE H CO.. Mth aad V ata.-
25 BOTS AND KEN. wHU wheela.njO daft' '
ateady work, vuajs aaian mmui uni.
ICE. TIT 13th at. N. W. - ,
COAT MAKER-Experleaeed. to work by tar' ''
a.. a -(.- m t--jtaiaaBi na A 1
ye -vt I f
COLORED BOY to puab xarL. , Call, at U
tta at. N. W. j.
COVBRNMENT EMPLOYHS-Wbrte. eaa
maka money during aaare time working fee
company- m yeara okL Apply Mi Weatary BH.
HOTEL KITCHEN MEN All white, oa eflt
ver and caaaea today, ijiur. a iiLrrfc,
AUEiLl. 1JW ana trm. we. ' .
MANAGER for lunch room.
AGENCY. leth at.
MAN Touna- white, for laundry wagon. -Af
ply after- pu- m.. 2MS SbermaB ave. N.
Aak for MR. WILLIAMeL. .- - . .
MEN and bora to dlatrlbute dretiara. itrif
m: DAVID. T9 Tth at. n. W. r, '
NOW IS YOUR CHANCE
To learn a trade that will pay" you tirta-as
per week. Wa sees? I raea at ouca.
NATIONAL ACTO COLLBOS,
th and O Sta. K. W.
Opea CatM IP.X. . "
PRBSSER wanted at S3S Peaaa. aveaot
SCHOOL BOYS TtfAT
Live in Georgetown
Ara yon a. aucceaa? Caa '
ta vocr father and mot
grow up to manhood and ey ."I never "
naa a rnanirw r
Get Yourself A Times Bout
Opportunity la knocklnr at your doer.
lt only cornea oace Is lifetime. CaH
today after achoel. OrculatlonlVnart
ment. Tha Waahlnatea Tlmea. and nst
out bow to be a.aucce
Remember Edison got his greater - -ideas
while be waa a newsboy.' Wby.-"
atatlon 3S86 Mat. N. W. aad gat an
Idea bow eay It Is to maka from'
64 cents to a dollar a day. Let's
talk It over today after acbooL '
WHITE BOT Neat for soda fountain. Ap-
ly at once, to manager. liuujtiiiJttJ a.
and K ata.
WANTED Toung man about S yeara oM aa
atenographer and afOea assistant: state ax.
perlenee and references. BOX (M. Ttoa
GOLDENBERG'S requires, the services of
a br&it active young- man In tha white
gooda department: unusual opportunity foe
advancement and good salary to youth wbe
Is willing and ambitious.
GOLDENBERQ-S. Tth AND K.
TOUNG MAN to do clerical work: mast M
good penman and aulek at figures: aset
other need apply. WASH. NEWS CO.. 3U
fth at N. W. -
m i- i .., . i i i .i..... ssa
YOUNG MAN Local, with experience ta
gent's furnishing dept 1013 Pa. ave.-N. W.
Mala and Feaule.
WANTED Stenographera and bookkeepers
are In sreat demand. Tba best place ta
learn la at
STRAYER'S BUSINESS COLLEGE,
9TH AND F STS.
POSITIONS FOR GRADUATES.
Phone, write, or call for catalogue.
SEVERAL SALESMEN for large credit fur
nlture store: young men preferred. BOX
04. Times office. j
TRT ME FOR WORK!
C T. HUNTER'S SANITART DUST-KILL.
ING FLOOR OIL contains otlum and was
Keeps the floors clean and bright and grtea
them a polished finish. Good for your fur
niture. Try lt. 50c gaL. delivered. Used by
tbe U. S. Gov't and over 3.000 families for tha
last 15 jears. 113 Pa. ave. N. W. M. M&S.
Wanted, agents for suburbs. Writ.
By skillful, well experienced watchmaker.
All repairs guaranteed., 'Reining. tL
M. BLUEMENFELD, JEWELER,
ICO 14TH ST. PHONE COL. 771.
ROOMS PAPERED for 3i50 up: all work
guaranteed: latest design. IMPERIAL
WALL PAPER CO.. 47 O N. W. Ph. M. 73
PAPERHANGING, centers and picture' rods
tinted. CHAS. EVANS1. ITS Ith S, v
M. 31SG-M. !
WALL PAPER HUNG lOo X ROLL.
Call at once for estimates.
J. GILBERT. HO D at N. W. !
PAPERHANGING. 10 leas than other firm.
Phone Line. 339, or drop postal for
Biate. CHA3. R. UTSAN. STSl Caj.
SMALL WORK EXCLUSIVELY
ALBERT KAHLERT , CO.,
teproved Rug Weaving and Carpet Cleaning.
M Marylaad avals. W. Ph. M. aK.