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THE WASHINGTON TIMES: TUESDAY, JANUARY 2V 1913.
WASHINGTON AND NEW
IN PRICE ON NEW
American Tobacco, Liggett &
Myers ,and General Electric
Among Greatest Gainers.
NEW TORK. Jan. 2L Substantial ad
vances in prices were made by the lead
ers and mo3t of the stocks on the New
York exchange today, and the stocks
which experienced losses were few In
number and the losses small. American
Tobacco made another advance of 5s
points, and L'ggctt & Myers made a
four-point pain. General Electric, which
was quite weak jesterday. rall.ed and
pained all but a fraction of two points.
Steel's gain was a point and a half,
xnd Union made a clear two points.
Other active Issues were likewise buoy
ant. The Wilson trust regulation bills for
JkW Jerseye caused much discussion,
VI there was much division of opinion.
From what seems to be good sources it
ia said tnat Wilson's public utterances
will hereafter be much more guarden
in tone, and that he himself is surprised
at the commotion he has caused.
A Peking cable Is to the effect that
me six-power group has notified the
Chinese Government that bankers arts
.ready to sign contracts for a loan, but
that the financial stringency in Europe
will prevent immediate advances.
From London word comes that the out
look for peace Is much brighter.
General Electric's gross sale." for 1912
were the largest in the history of the
company, aggregating over J102.000.COO.
compared with J70.SS3.854 in 1311. Not
withstanding the advance in the price
of copper and othe rraw materials net
earnings applicable to dividends will
probably prove to iave been somewhat
higher than In 1910, when a net profit
of J10.SS5.692. of 16.23 per cent on the out
standing capital was reported.
The subtreasury gained Jl.819.OiX) from
the banks yesterday and since Friday
Ivas gained J3.vl.000.
Sales Today on the
Capital Traction 5's, ?l.000tt0, J5OO0
Washington Railway and Electric 4's,
Ptoomac Cons 5's. JI.00O3101. $1,000(8101,
luoooeioi. jLOoogioi. jLooogioi.
Norfolk" and Washington Steamboat
Washington Railway and Electric
Washington, Gas. 25S4.
Commercial National Bank. 1G&201,
United States Trust, 10gl40. 6ffl293i.
After call-Capital Traction. IglSU.
Washington Railway and Electric. 4's,
Wholesale Produce Market
Eggs Ncarbj. froth, 3f33c: Southern. 30
Cbeere New York. new. 3c lb.; flat. lie.
Butter Elgin print. 33c lb.; tub. 31c per
lb., process, 3c lb.
Uve Poultry Hens. HSISc; roosters. lfttt
10ic per lb.: turkey. l$819c per lb.; chlck
i, tirge, Uiiltc; medium. 16S18C per lb.
Dressed Poultry Turkeys, r0e33c per lb.,
rrn. HClIc per lb.: ducks. 17c per lb.;
chickens, 21c per lb.
Green Fruits California oranges-. $3,036X2)
pet-box: lemons, ti.ii per box: pineapples, per
crate. J3.70; Florida grapefruit. H.I5 per
hex. tangerines. $1.45 per box; apples. J3.30
03.45 per bbU
Meats. Dressed Lightweight pork. 10311c
per lb.: heavier. lO&lOSSc
Vegetables Potatoes. c per bu.; celery 37c
per dozen: rams. ll.0uJjpi.tt w hoi., bo.oa.
0c per crate: cabbage. Kc per 100 lbs.;
lettuce. S1.3651.o0 per basket: beets. Jl.loy
SLS per 100 benches: squash 11.000 bbl.; meet
potatoes. Jl.2S.per bbl.. lima beans, 13-c
per qu: cranberries. 13Hc
Brewery Workers Mad.
PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 21. The bre
ntry workers' union is peeved. Scen
1 Mr beers a day has replaced the carte
a tin-T- r amis taa raw puns .top in. tin
, mtttadM t or eeMi, estitrii. or ttrot, etc. PI
utuABen. Orer 13 aliQostnbe.ahrmdrf
eMtUMUos. la aultair ocorHotibes.il oar?
tars. It It Itus, At drcgglst etrrywbtr. '
KMBMBra.CO OSaswaposs, kSta
Mirplus and undivided profits
that promotes sound
and satisfactory banking
service is provided by
Bank accounts of every
size ?re invited.
INTEREST PAID on
deposits subject to check.
Loan & Trust Company
Cor. 9th and F Sts.
JOHN JOY EDSOX. President
The Safest Investments
Arr fbeee (list di pt fluctuate 3urln j.
Icrbed conditions of tn moaer er stock mar.
sets. .First-deed of trvet notes (first mort.
Cases) well secured ea r-el rstats la tbs
ilslrict of Celumbla. constitute "cMt-edcs"
tSTCstments. Thev do not depend upon tas
Cnasdal restxmsibllltr of Individuals or ear.
orations for thel stability, and ar exempt
from taxation as personal property. v? caa
eupplr such tnrertments in amouats from
KM upward. Bee 4 (or boaklst. "Cuxicsrula
loan mid Investments."
WakiZELL, rheem &
8! UTU bTUT X. VT.
T. S. Res. 28 loot; 101
U. S Coupon r 100 1015i
U. h. Rei; 2's 102S Itl
U. S. Coupon 3-s 102H 103,
U. S. Res. 4's 11SV4 U4i
, u. S. Coupon fa 113 114H
ueorgeiown Gas Cert. Ind. 5's 103
kcorgetown Gas 5's 103
Wash. Gas. 5's 110 110i
Cap. Traction R. R. 5's UOU 111
Anacostia & Potomac 6's 98 100
Llty & Suburban 5's 10314 101
v-mumma . R. 5's 100
Columbia R. R. Cs 101 ...
Metropolitan R. R. 5s 1044 105
"ash. Ry. & Eiec 4.8 81 53
Wash. Alex. & ML V: 5's 97
Potomac Elec Con. 5's 101 101
Potomac Elec La. 5's 104 105
. & P. Telephone 5's 104
Amer. Tel & Telga. 4's 108 ...
D. C. Paper Mfg. 5's 90 100
Wash. Market 5's 1927 100 ...
Wash. Market S' 1M7 10a
I W. M. Cold Storage 5's 100
is. & w. Steamboat 5s 104U 105
Rigs Realty 5's (long) 102 103
Riggs Realty 5's (short) 100
PUBLIC UTILITIES STOPTCS.
Capital Traction 122
Wash. Ry. & Elec. com kJVi
Wash. R. &. Elec pfd 90U 91
N. & W Steamboat 201
Washington Gas 84U 84s,
Eastern Light & Fuel 115 120
Amer. Tel. & Telg 133 .
TYPE MACHINE STOCKS
Mergenthaler Linotype 17 119
Lanston Monotype fS 89
Greene Qananea S
NATIONAL BANK STOCKS.
American Nat. Bank .. 172 185
Capital Nat. Bank Ztt
Columbia Nat. Bank 250
Commercial Nat. Bank.. 202 225
District Nat. Bank 143 150
Farmers & Mech. Nat. Bank.. 41S
Lincoln Nat. Bank 152
Metropolitan Nat. Bank....- 203 210
Riggs Nat. Bank 5S9 .
Second Nat. Bank 150 158
Nat. Bank of Wash 246 256
TRUST COMPANY STOCKS.
Amer. Security & Trust 209 ...
National Saw & Trust 260 ...
union Trust 137 137
Wash. Loan & Trust 23a zm
United States Trust 141 160
SAVINGS BANK STOCKS.
Citizens Sav. Bank U 23
Home Savings 325
Union Savings 246
Bank of Com. & Sav 13 17
East Wash. Sav. Bank 15 17
FIRE INSURANCE STOCKS.
Arlington Fire Insurance 17 21
Corcoran Fire Insurance 80
Firemen's Fire Insurance .... 19 22
Franklin Fire Insurance 1 30
Ger. Amer. Fire Ins 260
Nat. Union Fire Insurance.. 7
Potomac Fire Insurance 30 ...
TITLE IN3UF.ANCE STOCKS.
Columbia Title Insurance ...
Real Estate Title Ins. 9a ...
Chapin Sacks 160 220
D. C. Paper Mfg. Co 134
Grapho. com 40 50
Grapho Prefd. 75 S
Security Storage 210
Washington Market 175 ...
New York Curb Market.
Furnished to Tbe TVaahlnrton Times by
Hantaan Co.. Ken- Tork: G. B: Chlpmao
manager local branch. Colorado Building.
Anglo Am. OH 16 17
Atlanta Goldfleld 18 19
Bay State Gas as
Braden Copper 9's 9U
British Col. Copper 4 4
International Rubber 8 ID
Chicago Subway 3 7
Giroux Mining 3i" 3f
Grecnc-Cananea 8 9
Kerr Lake -. 2J 21 i
La Rose Con 2 2U
Manhattan Transit 1ft 1ft
McKlnley-Daragh 2 2ft
Nlplsslnp Mines S? 9
Ohio Copper 1 1
Porcupine Gold 16
Standard OH N. J 431
Tonopah Belmont :.. 8
Tonopah Mng. of Nevada .... 5
Tri Bullion ft
United Cigar Stores 103
I'nitfd Cigar Stores pfd 117
Tukon Gold 3
Federal National Bank
Capital, $500,000.00 Surplus, $125,000.00
The deposits of the first day's business of this
bank were more than gratifying The officers and di
rectors appreciate this expression of confidence from
their friends and the public. It will be their constant
aim to merit a continuance of this trust by offering a
banking service of the highest character.
Byron S. Adams
Walter A. Brown
John H. Clapp
J. J. Darlington
Ralph W: Lee
Wilton J. Lambert
YORK FINANCIAL NEWS
New York Market.
(By Times' Direct Wire.)
High. Low. p.m. Close.
Amal. Copper 73 71V 73 I 71
American Can 27 27 27 I 27Vi
American Can pfd....lHH 113 114'i I lit
American. C & F.... 52H S2 52H 1 5!
Amer. C. & F. pfd 116 110i H6i I
American Cotton Oil. li VM 50 I 52V
Am. Locomotive 39 3tt 39H I 39
Amer. Ice Secur 24 S(H 21 I 23
Amer. Smelting 72 71 72U I 71
Am. Smelt pfd 10JH 10JM 105 I
Am. Sug. & Ret. con. 115 115 115 1 115
Am. Tel. & Tel 133tt 133 133 1 133
Am. Tot 287 2S5 2f6 I 280
Am. Tob. pfd.. new.. 103 105 105 1 105
Anaconda 37i 36 37 I S6
Atchlror 104i I04H 10( 1 104
At. Cst. Line 129 129 129 1 129
B. & O. .lom 104 1C5U 1 101H
Beth. Steel 3SH 38 3SH I 37
B. R. T. Con. 4's SOT4 89 89 I 9
CaL Petrol 53 51; S3 I 52
Can Pacific .243 241 243 1241
Central Leuther 26 26 26 I 26
Cbes. & Ohio 77 76 77 I 76
C. C. C & St L com. 53 53 53 I
Chlno Con. Cop 43 42 43 1 42
Chi.. M. & St P 113 112 113 1 112
ChL &. N. W 136
Col. Fuel & Iron.... 32
Consolidated Gas. ...137
D. I & TV. .442
Distillers' Securities 19
13514 136 I
32 32 1 31
126 137 1 136
440 442 1 442
1$ 10 I 19
Del. & Hudson 161 161 164 1 164
Erie r0i 10 20 I ?0
Erie 1st pfd 47 47 47 I 47
Goldfleld Cons 2 2tt 2 I 2
General Electric i42 141 142 1 140
Great Northern pfd. 127 126 127 1 127
Great Tforth. Ore.... 3S 37 37 I 38
International HarvesiOs 103 101 I
Illinois Central 127 127 127 !126
Interboro Met 7s 17
Interboro Met. pfd.. 59 19
Kansas City & SouU 26 26
Lehigh Valley. 160 159
17 I 17
59 I 60
26 I 2J
160 1 159
137 1 136
71 I 71
Lou. & Nash..,
M., K. & T......
. :r 27
27 I 27
41 I 40
48 I 48
18 I 18
Missouri Pacific 41
Nat Lead 48
Nev. Con.Copper. lSK
N. Y. Central 107 107 107 1 107
Norfolk & West 112 112 Hi 1111
Northern Pacific 119 I1S 1J9 1 118
Pacific Mall 30 30 30 I 29
Pea Gas. of Chi 113 113 II3H 1 113
Penns. R. R. 122V4 122 122 1 122
P.. C, C. StL 100 100 100 1100
Pres. S. Car, com.... 32 32W 32 1 32
Ray ConsoL Coppar.. 19 19 19 I 19
Ry. St SPSS., com... 32 32 32 I 32
Reading 164 162 164 1 162
21 21 21 I 21
Rock Island pf.....
South. Pacific ,
,.38 37 38 I 37
.10in 104 I05I!04H
. 27 27 271 26
. 33 33 33 I 32
Texas & Pacific 20 10 20 1-20
Union Pacific 159 157 159 1 157
U. & Rubber, com 65 65 65 I 65
17. S.- Steel 61 02 63 I 62
U. S, steel pf 109 109 109 1 109
Utah Copper. 54 54 4 1 54
Va.-Car. Chemical.. 3S S6
Western Maryland.. 44 43
West Union Tel.... 71 70
Westinchouse Elec. .74 74
35 1 37
43 I 42
71 I 70
74 I 73
Woolworth 106 105 105 1 106
Atch. Convert 4'...102 102 IC2 1 102
. O. Gen. 4's P7 P7 P7 I 97
C.B. & Q. olnt 4V... f5 95 T5 I W
C.R.I. & Pac. 4's.... 63 62H C3 I 62
Int Metro. 4's 79 7 79 I 80
bou. Ry. 5's 106 100 106 1 106
U. S. Steel 2d 5's.... 101 1(1 HJ1H 1 101
Yale Loses Its Oldest
NKW HAVEN. Conn.. Jan. 2L In the
retirement of Dr. Joseph H. Twlcheli
from the Yale Corporation, one of 1U
oldest members leuves the service after
thirty-eight years or activity, wnen
President Taft resigns from the cor
poration In March three vacancies will
then have to be filled.
President Taft announced before leav
ing the city that ho and his family
would make this tneir nome alter
14th and G Streets
N.H. SHEA, "
Arthur D. Marks
Frank B. Noyes
John L. Newbold
Clarence B. Rheem
N. H. Shea
TO BE FILED AGAINST
New Litigation Against Wash
ington Company is Planned
A third suit against the officers and
directors of the Washington Gas Light
Company, in connection with the own
ership of the stock of the Georgetown
Gas Company, Is expected to be filed in
the District Supreme Court within a
few days. It is understood that one or
more stockholders of the' Washington
company will bring the suit to compel
a distribution to the stockholders of
whatever rights or benefits they may
have in the stock of the Georgetown
company, which the Washington com
pany has continued to hold undivided,
without dividend, and without exercise
of any right to vote.
Owing to the absence of President
Weaver, of the Georgetown company,
the suit, which that company contem
plates bringing to force the Issue of the
right of tne Washington company to
hold its stock, has been delayed In fil
ing, but upon his return within a day
o- two the papers are expected to be
filed with the clerk of the court.
The third suit Is to attack the ques
tion of stock ownership in the George
town company from an angle different
from that contemplated In the George
town company's suit and from that In
the suit of Thomas Hume.
There has been much negotiation
since the filing of the Hume suit and
the threatened filing of the Georgetown
suit, which may possibly reault in an
amicable adjustment of all differences.
and. perhaps, a basis may be found
upon which permission can be asked of
Congress to combine the companies.
Benjamin Minor, counsel for the
."Washington company, will not discuss
the proposed suits until they are filed,
and President Letter refers inquiries
to the company's counsel.
Joseph Letter and William S. Corby
were elected to the board of directors
of the American Security and tTrus
Company, and Ralph Ellis went off the
board as the result of the annual meet
ing of the stockholders this afternoon.
The new board Is composed of the fol
Milton E. Alies. Charles J. Bell. Henry
F. Blount, John C. Boyd. Samuel S."
Burdett Albert Carry. "William M.
Coates. Murray A. Cobb. Willtnm s.
Corby. Robert Dornan. James K. Fitch.
WlWlliam J. Flather. Henry H. Fath
er, Daniel Fraaer, James M. Green,
Henry Hurt, John 8. Larcombe. Joseph
Letter, John R. McLean, Edward B.
McLean, Clarence F. Norment Frank
B. Noyes. Myron M. Parker. Josenh
Paul. Albert M. Read. Howard S. ribo
side. Corcoran Thorn, Frank A. Vander
llp. John F. Wllklns, Joseph Wright
The annual statement for 1912 shows
deposits of 8S,406.fifC53. as compared with
s,wi.2Ji.v in 9ii. ioans aecreaiea
81.210.075.13 and stocks and bonds listed
as assets Increase 81.117,783.75. The
gross profits for the year were 8533.100.-
Ste, as compartd with 8558,598.31 In 1911.
Net profits were 8191,904.72, as. compared
with 8183.426.45 a year ago. V
Commercial National Bank stock experienced-
a further rise on the Wash
ington stock Exchange today when
thirty shares, all that was brought out, 1
sold at 201. United States Trust also I
THIRD STOCK SUI
Established October 19, 1904
Capital, $750,000.00 Surplus and Undivided Profits Over $500,000.00
Resources Over $7,000,000.00
THOSE IDENTIFIED WITH THIS BANK
its Directors, Depositors, and Stock
holders are representative business and
professional men, prominent in the -upbuilding
of the National Capital men
who are notably successful in various -lines
of the city's activities.
Those who have not been our cus
tomers in the past, but would appreciate
a live, vigorous, HELPFUL BANK, are
invited to join our forces.
Deposits Saturday, Jan. 18, 1913
Ashton G. Clapham President
Eldridge E. Jordan. .. .Vice Pres.
Tucker K. Sands Vice Pres.
Arthur Lee ". . .Vice Pres.
Frank E. Ghiselli. ..Asst. Cashier
Herbert V. Hunt. . .Asst. Cashier
The Commercial National Bank
Cor. 14th and G Streets
THE BANK OF PERSONAL SERVICE
held Us strength, a price of 140 being
paid for fifteen shares and a quarter
less for five. There was not much ac
tivity on the exchange today. A. block
of $5,000 Washington Railway 4's was
sold at 84 after call, and $500 at' an
eighth better on call. Washington Gas
stock sold at 84 aguin.
Total deposits of 8491,732.98 were re
ceived bv th Fpderal National Bank
tin its first day's business. An Increase
01 deposits was also reported at tne
The Baltimore and Ohio statement for
December and for six months. Includ
ing December, Issued today, shows an
Increase in net operating revenue of
8239,776 for the month, and 31.160,635 for
the half year. The statement as com
pared with the corresponding periods
of 1911 is as follows:
For December. 1812. Inc. or Dec
Operating rev. J8.303.W7 81.U4.8U Inc.
Malm, of way & str. M7.21 lS,STSInc.
Malnt. of equip 1,4$1.1S9 ti.U1 Inc.
Traffic exp 154,784 5. MS inc.
Trans, expenses 3.233.326 607.903 Inc.
uenerai exp ik,isi u,uaec
Total oper. exp 8,978,08 873,057 Inc.
Net oper. rev A 2.324.479 239.77 inc.
For six months. 1912. Inc. or Dec.
Operating rev. 852.4.S 85.528.8J4 Inc.
Malnt. of way & str. 7.1G0.M 1,28,706 Inc.
Malnt. of equip.... 9.1X.153 737,876 Inc.
Traffic exp. 971.71S 4.412 Inc.
Trans, exp 18,193.814 2,353,940 Inc.
General exp 993,809 11,383 Inc.
Total oper. exp... 38.426.109 4.386.319 Inc.
Net oper. rov 16.024.229 1,160.$3S Inc.
The statement does not include out
side operations, which, as estimated,
will show a deficit in net, in December,
1912, of 870.000. as compared with a
deficit of 855,737.88 for December, 1911.
All of the officers and directors of the
Vntlnnnl RAvlnm nnrl Trllat Cnmtunv
were re-elected at the annual meeting!
yesterday afternoon. Net earnings for
the year were reported to nave been
over 21 per cent, and a surplus of
Coal Magnate's Wife
Gets $1,000,000 Alimony
UNIONTOWN. Pa., Jan. 21. Joslah
Van Kirk Thompson. ;oal and coka
operator and banker at Uniontown,
hap obtained a divorce from Blanche
A. Thompson. The decree Is a special
one, L-v the terms of which Thompson
pays Mrs. Thompson 81.000.000, and
each party to the suit has the right
to marry again.
The proceedings have been conduct
ed with much secrecy, anckthc papers
In the case have not vet become a
matter of public record.
rnomppon is nrty-eignt years or
age, ana his wife about lorty-one.
Thev have not lived together for two
ye.irs. Although Mrs. Thompson has
oeeun!d Dart of the ThomDSon home
periodically during that time, she has
been making her nome at tne Kiaza
Hotel. New- York.
Thompson filed his petition May 4,
and the subpoena wns served on Mrs.
Thompson in Connellsvllle Mav 11.
A special hearing was held June 20.
but Mrs. Thompson at no time put In
a personal appearance, leaving the
case entirely in her attorney's hands.
The decree was handed down at
noon yesterday, and a short time
aftfrward Attorneys It "W. Dawson
and Reuben, T. Mayward, actinic for
Mrs. Thompson, signed a receipt for
Princeton in Throes
Of Mosquito Plague
MONTCLAIR. N. J.. Jan. 21. Health
Inspector Chester H. Wells has received
a letter from a resident of Princeton
asking htm how to get rid of mos
quitoes. The letter said Princeton Is having a
mosquito plague this winter, and that
he and his family can sleep only under
canopies. The mosquitoes are In evi
dence only at night
Inspector Wells told the man to apply
to his own board of health. and advised
against the use of hydrocyanic acid gas
as too dangerous.
James A. Cahill
Ashton G. Clapham
H. King Cornwell
H. Bradley Davidson
R. Golden Donaldson
T. Coleman du Pont
Wade H. Ellis
Charles J. Faulkner
Samuel J. Henry
Employe of Underwirting Firm
Says Bad Business Is Not
Temptation to Companies.
The beginning of the end of the in
surance , Investigation, 'which has
dragged along since the Christmas
holidays, was staged I nthe rooms of
the House District committee today
when the "defendant" insurance com
panies resumed the introduction of ev
idence in support of the First National
and Commercial Fire Companies, and
the underwriting firm of Tuttle,' Wight-
man & Dudley.
ITnlM the committee introduces add!
tlonal witnesses, the prospects are that
the probe will end this week. The com
mittee proDaoiy wui require severtu
weeks to write Its report
Spencer Johnson, supervisor of under
writing in the firm of TutUe, Wightman
& Dudley, was a witness before the
committee today, and furnished the de
tails of the underwriting methods of the
concern which handles the business of
the Commercial company.
Passed On All iRaks.
He testified that TutUe, Wightman &
Dudley had a strong "prohibitive list,"
meaning that they proposed to build up
slowly and conservatively, without in
curring hazardous risk. ,
Mr. Johnson said he passed on all
risks and gave them a "conservative"
"Is theer any tendency to accept busi
ness for the sake of the premium and
without regard to probable loss?" ask
ed Attorney CarusL
"None, whatever," said MK Johnson.
rTnnim8man RedfleM interrogated
the witness at length regarding Insur- j
ance underwriting and agents- con
tracts. An agent's pride, said Mr.
Johnson, caused him not to accept bad
'Of course there are some careless
agents.'.' said Mr. Johnson during the
general discussion of the subject
Bad Business No Temptation.
Answering questions by Mr. Cams'.
the witness asserted there was no
temptation on the part of the Com
mercial' or Tuttle, Wightman. and
Dudlev to take bad business.
Congressman Redfleld asked .Mr.
Johnson if the company had sought to
do business in Massachusetts', Maine,
Mr. Johnson said the ratio of loss in
Main and Massachusetts was too large.
running from 65 to 75 per cet and that
the company would not attempt to do
business In Wisconsin except In Mil
He gave a list of the "best five" fire
Insurance States as follows:
California, which has a ratio of loss
of only 2S per cent: Colorado. 36 per
rent: New" Jersey, 39.3 1per cent: Ohio.
41 per cent, -and Oregon 42 per cent.
Montana, he said, had a loss ratio aver
age of 30.5 per cent but the premium re
turns ore small.
Runaway Freight Car
.A Baltimore and Ohio freight train
crashed through a "bumper" at the.
Ecklngton freight yards last night, one
of the cars running across the street
car tracks Just In front of a City and
Suburban car filled with passengers.
The car was about 100 yards away at
the time, and the motorman had plenty
of time to bring It to a stop.
Deposits Monday, Jan. 20, 1913
Eldridge E. Jordan
Arthur E. Randle
Tucker K. Sands
O. G. Staples
John P. Story, Jr.
Geo. Tully Vaughan
J Realty Transfers
88 and 38 Q street northwest Francis A.
Blundon, administrator, to Dennis C. Shea,
lots S3 and 69. square 818, 811.200.
Villa Park Clara, A. Marten et vlr. Edwin
R.. to T. F. McOrand, Iott22. square 4234,
Sherwood Clara A. Harden et Tlr. Sdwln R..
to Matilda Roach, lota 33 and 34. square
Woodley Park Kennedy Bros, to Kleanor H.
Long, loi 127, block 27, 810.
Doaglas Thomas T. Rut-nil et ux. to Pris-
dlla E. Brown, lot Ml. 819.
Briahtwood Park Thomas E. Jamil et ux.
to E. W. O. WIdmayer and Emma Q.,Wld-
mayer. lot 82. block 8, $10.
No woman should purchase an anti
septic or germicide, in tablet liquid Or
powder form, which contains any poi
sons. Follow your physician's advice
and specify Tyres Antiseptic Powder,
because -it Is absolutely harmless and
positive in Its results.
Tyree's Antiseptic Powder heahr dis
eased, tissues, prevents Infection, un
excelled as a douche and Is highly ef
ficacious as a general antiseptic for
tho household. One 25-cent package
makes twa gallons standard solution.
Sold by druggists everywhere. Send for
booklet and free sample.
J. . Tyre. Chemist, Washington, 0. C
Capital Sight Seeing
We. tna underslcned, the President and
majority of tbe Board of Trustees of the
CAPITAL. SIGHT SEEING COITPANT of
Washington. D. C, do hereby certify that the
Capital Stock of the said Corporation. 1
ISO.OOi. all of which has been actually paid
In. and that there are no existing; debts.
(Slmed) THOS. SlcGILTON.
(Slaned) FREDERICK W. NILES.
(Signed) JOHN TV. NILES.
I. JOHN W. NII.ES. Secretary or the
CAPITAL. SIGHT SEEING COMPANT of" the
District of Columbia, do hereby swear-thai
tho facta stated In the above certificate are
true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
(Signed) JOHN W. NltES.
Subscribed and sworn to before- me. &
Notary Public in and for the. District of
Columbia, this 10th day of January. A. D.
(Signed) GUT H. JOHNSON.
(Seal) Notary Public D. C.
lly commission expires' Jan. 4, 1917.
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that the capital stock
of Folta &. Fuller. Inc.. Is CSC0. of which
J1.9M has been paid In. There are no debts
other than running expenses. E. K. FOL.TZ.
EMMA C FOLTZ. PIERRE H. FOL.TZ. ma
jority of Trustees. I do solemnly swear that
tbe foregoing is true to tbe best of my knowl
edge and belief. PIERRE M. FOL.TZ. Vice
Presidents Sworn to and subscribed before
me mis ism aay or January. ISI1 -(Seal.)
SAM'Lr M. MAI
Phone Main 5260
Total gross. Dee 1U J.10JU
Average gross. Dec.. Mi. 44.WT
Total set. Dec, 2312 tU.U
Average net. Dec, jvlj XZ.1TX
Total gross, Det. 15U aS,4S
Average grow. Dec l12 41M1
Total net. Dec IB! 0S.Mf
Average net. Dec. 1SH. 37.151
I solemnly swear that the accompanying
.statement represents the circulation of The
Washington Tlmts aa detailed, and that the
net figures represent, all returns eliminated,
tbe number ot copies of The Times which are
sold, delivered, furnlsued. or mailed to bjoa
fide purchasers or subscribers.
KRKD A. WALKER. General Manager.
District of Columcla. as:
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
list day of December. A. D. UU.
THOMAS C, TOLLIS. Notary Public
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Silver cigarette case, gold lined. Old
English "W" on top: Fredonla Hotel. Sat
urday night. R. "W.. IS 3d st. N. E. Re
LOST Watch fob. marked "S. C. M." Find
er please return to S C. MARLOW. KXC
Qlrard at. N. W. Reward. Col ISM. 1
LOST Ring-, sardonyx. X. Y. ave.. between
Uth and 7th sts. Reward If returned to
MI Mass. ave. N. E. 1
LOST I .arse brass hub-cap off of auto:
marked Elctrlc Vehicle Co. MILLER'S
ni'KKET. lth and Pa. ave.
LOST Friday, gold necklace with grape pen
dant, two pearls and turquoise, on chain.
Please return to 130$ Pa. ave. S. E. Reward.
LOST Ulue scarab brooch, with sliver wings.
Return to Brighton. 32 California St. Re
LOST Long Gold Bar Pin; chased. Also a.
told, tororlty ring marked with gold letters
on face with full name of owner Inside. Re
ward If returned to CIS Corcoran Bids. ..
LOST I-arce black wallet containing busi
ness cnnls. letters, and stamps: small re
ward BOX GO. Times office.
LOST A black enamel brooch, about 3 inches
long with diamond In the renter. A re
ward of 110 will be paid If returned to Mrs.
BRAUI.EY A. FISKE. Stonelelgh Court.
LOST Card Case; black leather: Wednesday:
at Columbia Theater. Reward If returned
to 1S3 16th st N W. ..
LOST Gold Stickpin In the shape of a ques
tion mark: on Jan. 1: on 11th at. bet. New
ton and MertUati sts.. or on Uth st. car.
Reward If relumed to 3i:i 14th st. N. W. ..
LOST Gold watch. Elgin. Thursday evening
In shopping district: inside case engraved
with owner's name; date. August S, 1SJ1. Re
turn to room 318. Bureau Plant Industry.
Department Agriculture. Reward.
LOST Saturda). from Tth and F to 10-cent
store and Center Market, onyx ring, marked
inside, -ail." Reward. 1119 Clifton st. ..
1.0ST Purple velvet bas containing card
can, puree and eyeglasses. Saturday even
ing on Georgetown car going east. Reward
If returned to 3114 R st. N. W.
LOST Dress suitcase: on Rock Creek car
No. 706. Reward. 1460 Q St. N. W.
FOUND Four coats. 1 shopping bag. 5 um
brellas, 3 pair of rubbers. 3 pair of gloves.
1 hat. I muff. 1 camera. 1 eyeglass case. 1
box cartridges. 1 fur. 1 bill, 5 packages. 1
valise. 1 scarf. 1 basket. WASHINGTON
TERMINAL, UNION STATION.
3Ia you (UstrsaiBC-Besemata any stags
pimples, eruptions, facial bieoriatiea. or any
acuta so-called oM ehrojrta. meuraWa oUmm
S.f.i?,'?,.si.or Bt1 it . eonauU Dr.
NICHOLSON, an experlescej gpeetaHat. ar
1385 It St. N. W. Paona M. MLl-
MISS WELLS WEFJI&fZ.,m
Treatment. M0 N. Y. are., 3d floor. Hrs. 9 totL
MISS JAMRROX. Manicure, faca BMon.
ana scaip treatment, use u . K. w.. 2nd
floor front Hours from 10 a. m. t 6 p. m.
BRADFORD'S DETECTIVE SBfiVICE- Sultat
23. 224. 225. 22 Colorado BolWIng. Prom
Main 2&K. Licensed and bonded. Foanded
IS.- Unexcelled, nnapproacsed serrlea la
every branch of secret aarvlca work.
ytght phone Calombla. 1X4.
MISS STUEN fgSft&SSi
MS Uth at N. W.
OADMAN Hair Specialties.
Maclesrlnr. Vasaag. 721 lltS tt Bnv.3r.J8L
Buses Toajc. special as.
1M7SK HA TO MANICDRINtVAND
OLlOiS jJXn SCALP JTREATSfSNT.
716 7th at X. W.. Apt t Ph, Main T4S.
OBA FIELD JSME
AND ASSISTANT. 781 M n. nw.. zq Bear.
IN THE LACE DEPAET
MENT. APPLY TO TH
PALAIS BOYAL, -GaHrJUthN.tTV:-
APPRENTICE GIRL. In ladles tallorta. UK
L. N. W. . 1..
APPRENTICES to learn French, drasstyt-
tins, dreasmaiclnr. deslsnlnt, aad raHH-
nery; food positions furnished axur learning-.
New Tork Millinery Academy. ,1116 O "V
Require the services of an experienced .'sales
woman for lace and embroidery departments.
Apply at onco to MANAGER.
QIRD For general housework.
C S. E.
GIRL, Colored, for general housework. Aa
ply at 131 C at. S. W. 1
GIRIs-Neat young, for light housework: coed
cook: reference. 10 R at. N. W.. apt. M.
GIRL, for general housework.
Terrace. Cleveland Parky
OIRI Toung colored for general housework.
Call 1S3 Vermont ave. N- W Apt. U.
SKIRT HAND First class; 1 lh at.
WOMAN Competent; for cook; and geseml
housework; In small family. Apply 171
IftJd at. JT. W.
YOUNG LADT U Jo Si years to work tB
drug store. E. Kl RICHARDSON. &. CO..
North Capitol and P streets N. W.
TOUNG WOMAN White; to assist general
worx and waitreax. dairy ujnch. f
13th st. N. W". '-
HELP WANTED MALE
A Big Proposition to
Are you over ten years of agar Be
you want to nave a. paring busiaeaa
of your own after school hours; Do
jou want to show your .fntber?aa4 .
mother what- kind of -ertrtCjdo: "are"
made off Then start right- sow.' -by
getting yourself a Times route- Let',
talk It over at The Times after school
hours or on Saturday. Start where
most- of our greatest mas -started
Newspaper Business. .
Start today, now la your greatest
chance. Can at the Circulation D-
partment of Tbe Washington
loaay arcer acnoe.
The Washington Times win finance
Lou to start. All the capital you seed
I the willingness to work.
BARBEHS Two. at once; steady- work:
per week guaranteed.. TURNER'S, teg B
St. N. W. l
BELLMAN (white), good wass; also col
ored man and wife, utility man and cook.
1011 'K. Y. AVE
BOYS AND Delivering Message
MEN EAEN lor the Wet -
r rpr q ion Telegraph Com-
tTattv Pny-Apply at of ike..
DAILY. 14th and Ft3,N.W.
BOT with wheel. 1VK X. street north
GOVERNMENT EMPLOYES TVhlte. can
make money durlna snare tlnvi wurldn for
company CO years old. Apply set Westory Bid.
BOYS AND MEN. with wheels. SLSO day;
steady work. DIME MESSENGER SERV
ICE. 71T 11th st. N. W. 1
CANVASSERS on salary for automobile ac
cessories; no fads; standard goods; call
dally rear 715 13th st. N. W, ' ..
DRIVER, with reference. M. S1. JOHNSON.
Its: Pa, .ave.
DRIVER Laundry wagon. honest and
hustler: SIS and commission: ISO cash ae
curlty. Address BOX 634. Times office. V
ERRAND BOY. R. F. BARTLE & CO., SH
Pa. ave. N. W. .
Require the services of experienced sales
man for whito goods and wash goods de
partment. Apply at once to MANAGER.
MAN Colored, handy with tools, must be
strong and not afraM of hard work. Call
at store 616 F st. N. W. Bring references.
MAN Reliable. colored, to clean Dan.
WALKER-HUGHES MARKET CO.. 113
Conn. ave. N. TV. ..
MEN Business houses pay US to SIS weekly;
private families about 13 week to auto
mobile drivers and repair men: you call learn
the business with us In a short time. We
teach operating and repairing alt white
AUTOMOBILE SCHOOL. 113 O Jf. W,
PRESSER AND CLEANER at Once.
Uth st. N. W.
SCHOOL BOYS THAT
LIVE IN GEORGETOWN
Are you success? Can you prove It
to yocr father and mother? Don't
grow up to manhood aad aay "I never
had a chance."
NOW IS YOTJE CHANCE.
Get Yourself A Times Eoute
Opportunity Is knocking at your door.
It only comes once In a lifetime. Call
today after school. Circulation Depart
ment. The Washington Times. acdOnd
out bow to.be a success.
SALESMAN Experienced, on. commission,
basis. JOSEPH AUERBACH; Manutactur
er's Agent. Warder Building.
TWO MEN AT ONCE
To learn tbe auto business and be prepared
to accept good paying position. Call today.
THE NATIONAL AUTO COLLEGE
Cor. 3th and O Sts. N. W.
upen udiii s r. m
WANTED Men to learn barber trade, new
method: few weeks completes: wage while
learning: steady TOsltlon guaranteed: write
S?1?"- OfeES BARBER COL
LEGE. 307 Bowery. New York city.
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