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THE WASHINGTON TBIES. SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1913.
IT OR DEALER
TELLS OF ABUSE
Locomotive Is Carefully Groom
ed, Whereas Automobile Is
"When you consider tite disregard
the average motorist holds for hi-? car
the wonder Is that human brains can
evolve a machine that xvlll stand the
'caff at all." said Homer McKcc. who
has been prominent in the automobile
Industry for a number of year.
"Your locomotive engine, which does
its work on a smooth track and under
Ideal conditions, is nursed like a child.
Every hundred miles or so It is re
lieved and hustled into a round house,
where it Is examined and petted anJ
Oiled and polished by the most expert
hands. Your motor car "heats It' ovec
rough roads, banps over 'thank you
ma'am." and Is often driven for hun
dreds and hundreds of miles with no
attention but the hand at the whsel
and the garage helpers, who put In fuel
Many Ways oT Start Car.
"After the motor car Is started there
is one right way and a dozen wrong
ways of starting the car Itself, and
this Is a point on which the great per
' centage of drivers are cither' Indif
ferent or uninformed. The spark
Ehould be advanced slightly, usually
about two or three Inches. The hand
throttle should be completely retarded.
Inasmuch as the supply of gasolene can
be best and most easily controlled by
use of the foot throttle.
"After the motor Is running at a very
moderate speed, throw your control
into first speed position and engage
the clutch very gradually. If you en
gage it -Suddenly you wll jerk the car
and subject It to a- terrific strain. The
rame will happen If your motor Is run-
nlng too fast when the ciutch Is eii
' gaged. If. on the other hand, you en
gage your clutch when the motor is
running too slowly you will very often
choke It.' although you are not nearly
so like to c,hoke" your motor on flrst
speed as vou are on second or 'hlgli-'
"The whole trick of starting your car
lies In a quiet, emooth 'getaway, ana
this is up to care and caution and prac
tice. Gears should hever 'burr' and
they won't If shifts are made adroitly
Get Smooth Start
" "Never apply your brake when the
clutch is 'in.' To stop the car, release
the foot throttle, which will slow your
car, automatically, your hand throttle
being already retarded. Now throw
out your clutch and apply the foot brake
gently. Avoid the use of the emergency
except in emergency. Do not set your
rear wheels unless you despise your
tires and want to subject them to un
'" Likely to Change
Despite the fact that the automobile
undoubtedly has reached a noteworthy
plane of efficiency and dependability
there can be little reason to suspent
that finality of design has been reached.
There are few manufacturers who
have not something new to offer either
In the way of equipment or design that
has been slightly altered still further
to Increase efficiency and to reduce
the small amount of physical labor
, necessarj In the operation of any. car.
' " More than ordinarily prominent among
the changes which will be evident in
the -car of 1913, and nhlch can be listed
under the heading "tendency In de
sign," is the widespread movement In
favor of wire wheels.
Combined Lunch Basket
And Footstool for Autos
By way of killing two birds with one
stone, so to speak, an enterprising ac
cessor' manufacturer has developed an
automobile lunch basket which serves
a dual purpose In that it is a footstool
The basket proper is made of wlcker
ware and Is fitted with the' usual knlxes
and forks, cups and saucers, etc., with
a liberal sace for the storage of food.
The top Is slanting and string, .and is
covered with leather to resist wear
It Is designed to me placed In the
The oil the motor manufacturer
wolverine unnicAvrj. co.,
80 Broad M., Jen 1 orU.
Represented In Washington by
J. T. ROM; 3T.3CJ I lth . X. .,
Tel. Col. 3706.
Health is the foundation of all
good looks. The wise woman real
izes this and takes precautions to
preserve her health and strength
through the period of child bearing-.
She remains a pretty mother by
avoiding ps far as possible the suf
fering and dangers of such occa
sions. This every weman r?z do
througn the use of Mother's Friend.
This is a medicine for external ap
plication and so penetrating in its
nature as to thoroughly lubricate
every muscle, nerve and tendon In
Tolved during the period before ba
T)y comes. It aids nature by ex
panding the skin and tissues, re
lieves tenderness and soreness, and
perfectly prepares the system for
natural and -..-.- -
.Write for free book for expectant
toothers, which contains much val
HAHELD EEGUUTOt CC. ,
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Best Way to Fix
The licst way to adjust a -carburetor
Is to let It alone. A
mere "miss" Is seldom so bad
that yon cannot run into a
garage; so just let "her' miss,
keep on going, and when you
get to a mechanic who under
stands carburetion, who under
stands the job, let him make the
Before you start out on a trip, sec
that yonr carburetor is right
Carburetors don't get out of ad
justment easily. Don't get the
habit of "monkeying' with your
carburetor. Get a car vrlth a
good carburetor; have It prop
erly adjusted In the first place
and then forget It.
Seems Without End
Just where the deepening of cushions
will ei.d. unless It ends on the floor
of the car, no man can tell at pres
ent. When ten-Inch cushions were adver
tltcd as the acme of perfection, en
terprising manufacturers almost imme
diately announced twelve-inch uphol
stery, and two more lately have gone
to thft length of providing cushions no
less than fourteen Inches in thickness.
The sav.ng grace of an otherwise
ludicroi s situation Is that the deepen
ing of cushions in general has had a
distinctly beneficial effect for the car
owner, of course.
Speed Hard to Judge
By Sight, Test Shows
Demonstrating the deceptive nature
of speed Judging by sight alone, the
results of a test recently held by a
British automobile club are interesting.
Several motorists were lined up on an
vnfrequented road, and required to es
timate the speed of a car driven at a
predetermined rate with the aid of a
spirometer. Out of four trial runs
at various speeds only two speeds were
guessed by one person correctly. The
others aried from the correct speeds
to such an extent as to emphasize very
lorcimy tnat it is practically impossi
ble, without extensive practice, to Judge
ci me speeo. oi a car merely Dy watch
lng it pass.
Miss Taft Plans to
Re-enter Bryn Mawr
At tho completion of her father's
term as President of the United
States. Miss Helen Taft will resume
her studies at Bryn Mawr College
and hopes to graduate as soon after
her rl.iitR n tm nnciht.. ,., in-
Taft woujd have graduated this year
nu iiui ner moiners neaitn neces
sitated her coming to the Whlto
House to assist in the social duties
Incident to the President's family.
Since leaving college Miss Taft has
kept up her studies consistently and
although she haB not kept up with
her class by any means, has been
within striking distance of it.
She hopes to be able to catch up a
portion of her studies this spring
and may graduate with the class .if
191i Vila Toft renn nn.... I . I..
..w ..... ..wit & vuinciiiirr
entrance examination th year her
wmer was elected to me .presidency.
Elopers Win Midnight
Race; Pa a Mad Loser
POl-GKKEEPSIE, Jan. 18.-After a
midnight race In buggies from Dover
Furnace to Dover Plains, five miles
awa. Miss Emma Evelyn Benson,
eighteen, daughter of Solomon Benson,
a well-to-do farmer, and Edward S.
Care, tweet, son of a merchant, were
married by Justice of the Peace A. S.
The young folks raced with Miss Ben
ton's parents, who nearly overtook them
because Carey made a mistake In the
darkness and took the wrong road as
he entered Dover Plains. Miss Bensqn's
larents drove un to the home of the
justice a few minutes after the mar
riage had been performed.
Fanner Benson was full of fight, but
hits wife calmed him and thp young
folks received the parental blessing and
all droie back to Dover Furrace.
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I THOMAS J. FISHER & CO., Inc.
General Sales Agent
III American Security and Trust Co.
HI Amos H. Plumb, Trustees
District Decides to Tax Men of
Maryland Who Operate Cars
Disagreeing with the Commissioners
that "what Is sauce for the goose Is
sauce for the gander," Maryland au
tomoblllsts are "protesting with vehe
mence against the police regulation
which compels them to pay annually
the same license fee assessed by the
State against owners of Washington
cars. Letters to the Board of Commis
sioners will be without avail.
The board Is determined to stand by
It action, which through general, was
directed at Maryland with the view of
ending the warfare on Washington au
tomoblllsts by the neighboring State.
The attitude of the board Is that Mary
land can have no Just cause of com
plaint In being accorded exactly the
sanio treatment as is shown the Dis
trict. Efforts were made two years ago
to enter Into reciprocity arrangements
with Maryland without avail. Several
letters were uddressed by the Commla-'
sioners to the governor suggesting this
course, but the plan did not meet with
the approval of the Maryland authori
ties. The only source of appeal open t
Mainland automoblllsts. according' to
Corporation Counsel Thomas, Is the
Remedy Lies With Maryland.
Mr. Thomas Bald today he Is pre
pared to answer any arguments which
may be advanced as to the right of
the Commissioners to adopt such a
regulation. Another remedy, and ono
to which owners of Maryland cars
will probably gre heed, lies with the
If the Maryland automobile law is
amended so as to grant the use of the
roads to District automoblllsts without
the payment of what they declare Is an
exhorbltant fee. the District will extend
similar courtesies. The regulation pro
vides, in fact, for the payment by non
residents of the same fee as Is assessed
by the State of which the applicant is
a resident. Reduction of the Maryland
fee, therefore, will result in an auto
matic reduction of the District fee to
owners of Maryland cars.
Plans are being" made by H. M. Wood
ward, secretary of the automobile
board, for the enforcement of the reg
ulation. It will be necessary to Issue
a new series of tags which will be of
different color, and have Inscribed on
them the year. Notice will be given
Marylandcrs to obtain the new license,
the fee for which is from 15 to 5 an
nually, according to horse power.
A list of owners of Maryland cars will
be furnished the police with Instructions
to arrest all drivers who have failed
to comply with the regulation.
Sboit Shift Expected.
If Maryland tries to tako the "auto
mobile Issue' .between the State and
Washington to Congress, she will be
given short shift, according to the
.prevailing opinion among members of
the House of Representatives today.
Congressmen who own automobiles
were practically unanimous In uphold
ing the action of the District Commis
sioners in imposing on Maryland motor
ists the same scale of fees that the
State Imposes on District motorists.
Most of them aro acquainted with the
excessive "zeal" which Maryland offi
cials have displayed recently In enforc
ing her automobile laws, and say al
most In so many words that the city
take some retaliatory measures.
"If Maryland is discriminating
against the District, as has been re
ported so frequently of late." said
Congressman McGuIre of Oklahoma,
"It Is about time that something was
done about It. I am not In favor of
encouraging strife, but I am frank
to say that the District should af
ford Maryland the same treatment as
she extends to us.
So I hardly think Maryland will
have much of a case If she appeals to
Congress regarding the District reg
ulation. I do not know what the at
titude of Congress will te. but I think
the facts .will sustain the-Commissioners.
"Wlhout entering Into the merits of
the controversy," said Congressmen Ed
win F. Sweet, of Michigan. "I think Jt
ned only be pointed out that the" Dis
trict has a right to enact a measure of
this sortt even If It should be frankly
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retaliatory. I do not object to paylny
high license fees-myself. because I am
a thorough 'good roads' man and am
willing to give my share toward mak
ing them .
"The Marylanders should not oojeci 10
paying the same license fee that they
tax Washlngtonlans. Our local tax is
K, while the Maryland's ranges between
to ana J25, according 10 urepoer.
I should think that the Commissioners'
regulation Is based on a motive to ap
plying the same rules to aiaryiana as
sne applies to us."
"There Is no question In mv mind that
the Maryland license -fee Is too high,
said Congressman Godwin of North
Carolina. "If the Commissioners' regu
lation has the effect of lowering the
MarTlanri fee. It will be a good thing.
I do not think Maryland can serlousiy
protest against the situation in wnicn
she finds herself."
BY PARTY TACTICS
Determined Stand Taken on
Hold Up of Confirmations
Tactics of the Senate Democrats in
wcent executive sessions have cori-
vlnced the Republicans that if they get
any confirmations througn Deioro
March 4 they will have to fight hard
for them. This does not Include the
army, navy, and diplomatic appoint
ments which the Democrats have agreed
to confirm, nor would it apply if the
Republicans would accept Democratic
terms of compromise.
Yesterday afternoon there was a two
hour executive session, and not a con
firmation came out of It Democrats
pursued filibustering tactics. Senator
Hoke Smith was the leader of It. and
he spent much time criticising the re
tirement of army officers Just after pro
moting them to the next higher grade.
He also got into the subject of army
appropriations in general. Senator
Clarke of Arkansls also talked at some
Compromise Turned Down.
The upshot of the matter was that
the Democrats again broached the sub
ject of a compromise through the ap
pointment of a Joint committee of Re
publicans and Dcmocras to confer, the
object. being to weed out such names
as the" Democrats would not consent to
have confirmed. The Republicans would
not consent They want to go through
the calendar, name by name, and let
tho nmocraU hold ud such as they see
fit This would- throw the responsibility
for holding up confirmations squarely
on the Democrats, and they do not rel
ish the plan.
Until yesterday. Democrats denied
dilatory tactics, but finally they threw
off the mask. Unles the Republicans
name a conference committee and come
to their terms, they will do their utmost
to hold up all appointments outside of
army, navy, and diplomatic, in blanket
In the course of the past week, since
the Archbald caiej has been .-disposed
ecutlve sessions, jind little has been
accomplished. The promotions of Gen
erals Alcshlre and Torney were con
firmed after one afternoon's work. Then
mest of an afternoon was spent in a
tight over the confirmation of General
Wotherspoon. The next day the con
firmation of General McClernand went
through. Yesterday, after an executive
session or about two.nours, no con
firmations were made.
The Republicans figure that If the
Democrats can keep on wasting time
at this rate in the executive sessions
over army, navy, and diplomatic ap
pointments. It will be almost the close
of the session before these appoint
ments are disposed of.
Young Diplomat Is
On Visit to Capital
James Barclay Young "Jlmmle"
Young vice and deputy consul at
Genoa. Italy, one of the youngest mem
bers of the diplomatic service. Is In
Washington visiting relatives. Mr.
Young Is on a two months' leave of ab
sence. He has been located In Genoa
since he first entered the consular ser
vice more than four years ago.
Urges More Money Be Used for
Tests on Staple Products of
More attention to staple crop exper
iments and less "monkeying" with
freak plants and crops Is the reform
for plant Investigators of the Depart
ment of Agriculture, planned by Chair
man Moss of tho Houso Agricultural
Department Expenditures Committee.
He subpoenaed Dr. B. T. Galloway,
chief of the bureau of plant Industry,
today to tell all about crop experiments.
"I believe the department Is now ap
portioning Its money and labor In-
RETAIN your good looks.
Keep your skin clear, scalp
clean and free from dandruff,
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in most cases to your complete
satisfaction when all else fails.
Besides, to. pwttr.' deilCMtnasflinrtiop. refresfcfag fiBrsflce, ccpveBieace sad. '
economy aey moefwttb the approval of toe wot dlsertasatttng.' ArtfeoMk
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mA vita 0-pafoSksa Book free. Addrew rCnttcsim." Depc 43. Bostes.
Potomac Motor Car Co.
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Your Inspection Is Invited
equitably," raid Chairman Moss today.
In explaining "the new "Investigation."
"What I want is moroTnoneyvfor corn,
wheat, and oats' experiments, and less
attention paid to spineless cacti and
Dr. Galloway told the committee to
day that, farmers lose JIWQQO.OOO an
nually through cereal "diseases..; He
admitted that less than $2,000 Is spent
annually in fighting such plant pests
and said that most of the department's
experimental funds are spent ,ln the
South and Southwest, large)" fighting
cotton boll weevil. Hej Intimated that
Congress and not tho department is at
fault In falling to provide funds for
more . experimental work to jlevlae
means of combating diseases of other
Dr. Galloway also detailed the de
partment's "farm management" cru
sade. This, he said, was a movement
to teach scientific agriculture to farm
ers. Indirectly fighting inroads of ce
Debate by Y. M. C. A. Class.
The question before the Y. M. C. A.
Debating Club tonight Is whether edu
cation through correspondence schools
can compare with resident instruction.
William G. Sinclair will uphold the for
mer Institution, and George Emsch and
B. S. Stottle the'latter.
hair live and
soft and white,
nails sound and
with an peca-
sional use of
ssment will pro-
mote and mam
tain these cov
1313 H St. N. W.
To Their New
1226 Cok Ave. N. W.
A full line of Marrrions
and Woods Electrics will
be placed on display.
Capital Boy Scouts -"Hike"
to Cabin John
Fourteen members of Troop 19, of the
Boy Scouts, started at 10 o'clock today
for a "hike" to. Cabin Johns bridge.
During the "hike" the boys will receive
Instruction from Scoutmaster H. L.
Taylor, who Is In charft-e of the troop.
Tests for merit badges in public and
personal health In firemanahlp. life sav
ing, and other branches of boy scout
work, will be conducted this afternoon..
Dr. Murrav. of the board of health.
will give the tests In public and private I
health, and Assistant Scout Commls-1
sloner Wood will conduct the others. !
Raw Material Imports
Show Large increase
Imports of raw materials for manu
facture in the United States In the year
1912 Indicate that manufacturers In thin
country made a new high record In 191i
Imports of all raw materials were
heavy, all of them from silk to cotton
and lumber showing an Increase..
Til A If n a1a fmi A I
1 I1C ncciCJ VIUC filly w4
33 yean. Removes all desire f or drlak
FOR SALE Late 1JU. (eff-.tartln Pullman,
tne pacaenrer tourlnc car. In perfect coo-
uiuun. oup cvTer. lop. winaauicju. .petaium
eter. demounubls rlma, 'tire lrena. electric
kum, uuuv, hlqm. OMt&am iur u-w vw;m
, 1U7 14th at- N. W. 1 .
Storaga Far Oaa and Electric Autoa.
Vfe make a apeclalty of atorac. battarlaa.
We bavs also a number of lONITORa tte
UB VERMONT COURT N. W.
C U. 8CHOOLET. W. F. BgDaMT.
Telephone North til and SL 1
OJ.TJ FORD TOURING CAR. model T.: Al
condition: suaranteed. IKS Pa. ava. N. W.
BAKER ELECTRIC Hia been uaed iom
time. Apply letter only. 1IU Rhods
Island ave-. nw. 1..
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ly perfect running condition: party Invalid
and unable In dm same. Apply J. C ASP
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WE MAKE A SPECIALTY of Mlllnc used
cars. "We thoroughly overhaul, remodel and
paint your car, then wa can set you a satis
factory price. Our work the best and cheap
est. Only CM month storage. New brlclc
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FOR HIRE AUTOMOBILES
$1.00 Per H.ur.
FOOT WARMER FURNISHED.
FOR GOOD AUTO SERVICE Call Main MM.
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hour: 7-pasaenger limousine. CM.
Single. 1912 model, fine condition: run 2.000
miles: . Address H. O. WHITE, Barnea
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SECOND HAND MOTORCTCUO.
A FEW GUARANTEED SLIOHTLT USED
MACHINES LEFT WHICH CAN BJ
BOUGHT AT BARGAINS.
CASH OR PAYMENTS.
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C. G. SLOAN & CO., INC.
We. the understsned. the President and a
majority of the Board of Trustee of thr C.
G. Sloan & Co.. Inc. of Waablagton. D. C.
do hereby certify that the Capital Stock 'of
the said Corporation Is toO.OCO.OO, alt of which
has been actually pald'ln. and that there an
no existing debts excepting- current monthly
J. MILLER KENTON. President.
MARK McK. SLOAN.
GEO. H. EMMONS. JR..
I, 31. C. Latimer. Acting' Secretary of the
C. G. Sloan Co.. Inc.. of the District of Co
lumbia, do hereby snesr that the facts stated
In the above certificate are true to th beat
of my knowledse and belief.
MABEL C. LATIMER, Acting Secretary.
Subscribed and sworn to before me. a No
tary Public In and for the District of Colum
bia; -thlslh day of January, A,"D. iMJjr1
AGNES L. MINICK.
(Seal.) Notary Public. D. C
, We. theC undersigned, the President and
a majority of the Board of Trustees of the
O. L. WOLFSTEINER CO, of Washington.
D. C. do hereby certify that- the Capital
Stock of the said Corporation Is. JS.CO0.0O,
all of which has been actually paid In. and
that there are no existing debts.
O. L. WOLFSTEINER.
I. MAX WOLFSTEINER. Secretary of the
O. L. WOLFSTKINER CO.. of the District
of Columbia; .do' hereby: swear that tho
facts stated In "the above certificate are true
to the best of my knon ledge and belief.
Subscribed and sn-orn to before me. a No
tary Public In and for the District of Co
lumbia, this Kin day of January, A. D. 1913.
WM. R. DeLASHMUTT.
(Seal) Notary Public. D. C.
My commission expires Aug. 14. I31t.
We. the undersigned, the President and
majority of the Board of Trustees of THE
NAVY PUBLISHING COMPANY, of Wash'
lngton. D. C . do hereby certify that the
Capital Stock of the said Corporation la
KC.0C0. t:0.C0O of Tthlch has been actually
paid In. and that there are no exlstlnc
debts except current expemes.
HENRY H. WARD.
nOBERT M. THOMPSON.
I. M HII.L. Secretary of THE NAVY
PUBLISHING COMPANY, of the District of
Columbia, do hereby snear that the facts
stated In the aboe certificate are true to
thp test of my knowledge and belief.
(SieneJ) M. HILL.
Subscribed and sworn to before me. a.
Notary Public In and for the District
of Columbia, this Kth day of 'January.
A. D. 1313.
(Signed) JANET W. LAKE.
,(Seal) Notary Public, V: C.
My commission expires June St ltllu
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ANNUAL REPORT -
District Title InsnraDce
Incorporated under th. laws of" the blatrfst
of ColumbttuS - i x
We. hereby certify that, tho".eap(!'te
of the abov. Company.' Is. SMI 98e.-(uHy-paid,
and that tha Company- ha, nodabts out.
standing; except current .xpensea,..
(Signed) E. L. SCHMIDT- Preildaot.
A. G. BISHOP. . . v
E. 8. PARKER-. (.
CHARLES CC ALLEN. -
JOSEPH J. WELLER.
GEORGE F. HANK,'
BESTOR Rj WALTBRSv -HARRT
M.- PACKARD. -I
solemnly Wear that the'aooTo'ts'a ttw
and correct report .of tha coadlttm of tte
asaets and liabilities ctlha Dtotrlci'tltb'Ja
surance Company. January 1V,IWJ. '
(Signed) Wll. CLABAUOH. '
, Secretary and Treasurer.
Subscribed and sworn to beforarao, tksf
15th day of January, A. D. 1SU
(Slgned) HENRY E. COOPER,
(Seal.) Notary TuMte-
ANNUAL REPORT- 1
of th. ,J
Washington Titls iMurwt
Incorporated under tha laws of-the Biatriet
We hereby certify that the .capital steefc
of the a'bove company la 1140,08. fully paM.
and tnat th. company has no debts, csjt
standing; except current expense.
(Signed) E. L. SCHMIDT. President,
A. G. BISHOP.
W. X. GALLIHER,.
GEO, H. O'CONNOR.
DANTEi; FRASER. .
W. V. COX. v
RIGNALD W. BEALL,,.
, FRED pMeXEE.V W - ir-5
S. W. rWOODWARD. -
I solemnly swear that. th. ,bgy lat;-,trc
and correct correct: report 'of the' cdadttiea.
of tha assets and liabilities of tha "Wa-'
lngton Title Jnsurance Company. c
(Signed) TVM- CLABAUGH.
, 'Secretary and Treasurer.
Subscribed and sworn to before me' till"
15th day of January. A. D. 111X
(Signed) HENRY E COOPER,
(Seal.) : 'Notary .PubHc
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Renew Roof Composition. i
We. the undersigned, the lPreatdent and. s
majority of the Board of Trustees of the.
Renew Roof Composition Co Inc., afWaafc-
lngton. D. C. do hereby-- cerUfy that tta
Capital Stock of the said Corporation f
$100, -all of which "haa. been actually 'patd'toT
and that there- are no -exlstinc'debt.
WM. MATHIESON. Trusteed.
"H. WOLFSTErNER. Trustee? ,
I. Max Wolfatelner. President of the-Renew
Roof Composition Co.. of the District of Co
lumbia, do hereby swear that the facts stated
In the above certificate are true to the.beai
of my knowledge and belief.
MAX WOLFSTEINER, President. "
Subscribed and "sworn to before 'me. a No
tary Public In and for tha Dlstrlet-'of)' Co
lumbia, thls'lith day of January." A. TJ. IHi.
WM- R. DeLASHMUTT.
(Seal.) - Notary Public. DJ C.
My Commission expires August It. 1 J1"C '
" ANNUAL REPORT
. company, inc.
5e. the undersigned, the President, and-
orlty of the Board of Director ot th
Columbia Phonograph Co.. Inc. Washington.
D. C. do hereby certify that- the Capital
Stock of the said Corporation la SU5.oeo.BV all
of which baa been actually paid In. and tlax
there are 173,593.84- existing- debts.
GEO. W. LYLE,
EDWARD N. BURNS.
FRED'K J. WARBURTON.
I. C. W Woddrop. Secretary of the Colon-,
bla Phonograph Co.. Inc. of the District of
Columbia, do hereby swear- that .the- facts
stated in the above certificate are true, to
the best of my knowledge and belief.
C W WODDROP. Secretary.. ,
Subscribed" and sworn to before n. a 'No
tary Public In and for the County of Kings,
with certificate rflled In New York County
Clerk's Office and In the Office of the Regis
ter of the County ot New York, this IT th-day
of January. A. D. 1311.
C W. WIMBERLY.
(Seal ) Notary Public, D. C.
My commission expires March SO. 1)13.
SOCIETY POR SAVINGS
OF WASHINGTON. -(Incorporated)
We. the undersigned, tha President and a
majority of the Board of Trustee of the.
SOCIETY FOR SAVINGS OF WASHING
TON. INC.. of Washington, D. C. do hereby
certify that the Capital block of the said.
Corporation Is 1100,000.00. JC.tW.93 Of which
has been actually paid in, and that there
are 117.ca.10 existing- debts.
L., B, KT.F.MM.
J. T. EXNIQIOS.
i - .E. a, THOMPSON.
1. IJ K. KLEMM. President f tha
SOCIETY FOR SAVINGS OF WA8HINOJ
TON. INC.. of the District of ColumbuCsdo
hereby swear that the facta stated In th
above certificate are true to the best of my
Wnoi ledge and belief. "'
Subscribed- and sworn to bafam m .
Notary Public In and for lh District,
of Columbia, this Kth day of January.
A. D. 1SU. "'
.ARTHUR L- BRTANT
(Seal) Notary Public, D. .
My commlMton expire Senfc"K,,ljij, v