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THE WASHINGTON TIMES,' FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1913.
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EROS! THE' SOUTH
fresh Shad Taken From Poto
mac River Are Put on Sale
Spring eRC tables and fresh shad ara
the feature of the market this week.
From Virginia, larse supplies of green
things arc commencing to come in to
take, the place of last year's harvest.
New Carrots, new beats, string beans,
strawberries and other Indications that
summer is on the way are being set out
In tempting rows along the market
booths. Roe shad from the Potomac
river are the feature of the fish market.
- s is the first time the shad have
come Into the river so early in the year,
dealers say. Three big beauties were
found last week and sold for fancy
J) rices. The supply has been sufficient
this week to provide the market and
tegular quotations are set upon them.
The roe shad bring $2.60 each with the
Oyster Supply Big.
The oyster supply is large although
there has been no appreciable drop in
the price. Bay oysters are quoted at
$U5 a gallon; blue points, 60 cents a
hundred; Cape" Cod oysters, 11.33; Tynn
"Haven oysters. JL50,
Scarcity of stock is responsible for
the gradual rise in the price of veal.
This alEo has affected the price of beef,
It Is said, so that prices are gradually
Good turkeys are scarce, it is said,
and prices have gone back to 28 cents.
Ducks are difficult to get and are quoted
at about 22 cents. Some fine geese are
coming and are being sold for & cents
a pound. The situation in eggs and but
ter is unchanged from last week. Prices
are tbe same as for the past two weeks
except in storage aggs, which have risen
2 cents. The demand for these is good.
It is declared and housewives appear to
find them all right, for they choose them
lirpreference to the more expensive ones
for general use.
Following are the latest quotations for
Bananas, a dox ,
Figs, a lb. ... ............
Grapes, tnalaga, a lb
Lemons, a dox. ,
Limes, a dox...
Oranges, a dox.
Strawberries. Florida, qu
Artichokes, oer qt....... ...10c
French, each ....... ... .j.23&33c
Beets', new, a bunch Sc
xjeets. ucn .......................... ...........ioc
Beans, string, pk...............................80c
Cabbage, new 3610c
Cabbage, new 10a lie
Bad cabbage 3610c
Carrots, new, a bunch , 5c
Cauliflower, each , 3340c
Celery, a bunch 8il34c
Cranberries, Qt. ............10xl3c
Cucumbers, each (Boston hot house). ...ISiiSc
Eggplant, each I0$0c
French endive, domestic, head SJflOe
French endive, imported, lb. JOc
VsUCV Ilftl PJC earitC
Leeks, a. bunch. ......... ..... .......10c
Lettuce, a head .., tQlOz
JulDt .... . ...valUC
Onions, spring, a bunch 3 for 5
Onions, red. and yellow. 1-4 pic ttc
Onions. Spanish, each .6c
Onions, white. 1-4 sk 10. c
Potatoes; pic 2330c
Brussels sprouts, qu ,..15rl6c
Potatoes, eweet. pk. .............. ....50c
Parsley, a bunch ,.5c
Parsnips, -1-1 pic 10c
Oyster plant J Sc
Peppers, a dox 30j30c
Radishes, a bunch. 6c
Spinach, 1-4. pk.r SSlOc
Hubbard squash, lb..... ...5c
Tomatoes, hot house, lb lS540c
Tomatoes, Florida, lb lSelOe
Turnips, pk. ISC
Elgin Creamery a.lt
Fecond grade, a lb.
Renovated, a lb.
Ltsiberger. a lb
New York State, a lb
Philadelphia Cream, each
Roquefcrt, a lb
Xtw York Uederkranz. each
Swiss, domestic and Imported, a lb.
Best nearby, fresh, a dox.
Second graae. a dor.
Storage eggs, a dor
Chickens, roasting, lb
Fowls, .lb...... ...20c
Pocfclings, lb. ........ ....... ..Zac
Qeese 4b.......................... ...-.....c
Boosters, lb. .................... 153
Turkeys. lb. .-..... ......- ......23&28C
Squaba, doz. ............................. .si 8 J
Squabr. broilers, each 50c
Guineas, broiling, pair. 11.2J
Baas, sea, a lb lie
Ban. striped, a lb 2Ct330c
Baas. Potomac, a lb Uir20c
Blueflsb, a -lb A 1CS12WC
Catfish, dressed, a lb 2c
Clams, per 109. ....-....... ...t00
Codfish. Xresb. a lb. .............. .Dc
Codfish, steak, a lb lae
Filet of Bole 25c
FlounderSr a. -lb.... ....15c
Haddock, a lb.,.. ........ ......... ..12c
Halibut Steak, a lb 25c
Lobsters, large and small, a lb. 40c
Mackerel, 8pan.it.. a lb 20c
Osiers, gal Jl 23
Perch, a lb 15jF20p
Pollock, a lb 10c
Salmon, a IB 15c
Scallops, qt 75c
Shad, fresh roe. each ..... 2.60
Shad, fresh, buck, each ji.a
Shrimp, t. ................................... 40c
Smelts, lb. .................................. ..Vis
Trout brook, a lb (ve
Trout, speckled, a lb 12KSUc
Trout sea, a lb Sc
Red snapper. If. 23c
Beef and VeaL
Beef, chipped, a lb 20c
Beef, corned, a lb 10lJc
Breast veal, a lb ISc
Chops, veal, a lb 25610c
Cutlets, a lb Sc
Hearts, beef, each 20c
Loin vcol. alb ISc
ishoulders. eaL a lb ;0c
Filet beef, a lb tOSTfc
Roast, chuck, a lb..
noast porterhouse, a lb
Roast prime, pot a lb
Roast, urime, a lb
tilrloln, a lb
Steak, porterhouse, a lb.
Steak. -rcrand, a lb
Seetbreads, beef, pair
Sweetbreads, veal, pair
Tonrue, cooked, lb
Tongue, smoked, piece ,
Bacon, a lb
Chops, pork, a lb...
Pork roast, a lb
Ham. boiled, a lb ,
Hhvriders, pork, a lb
Spare ribs, a lb
Ham. fresh, a lb....
Ham. whole, smoked, lb
Hog brains, a lb
Lard, leaf, a lb.....
Sausage, pork. ,
Lamb and Mutton.
Chops, French, a lb 40c
CTieps, loin of lamb, a lb 25c
Forequarters. a lb............ ,ic
MMdauartert. a lb ..llfito
WASHINGTON AND NEW
IN YEAR'S BUSINESS
Washington, Baltimore; and An
napolis Electric Railroad
Company Issues Reports.
The reports of the "IVashlnfrton, Bal
timore and Annapolis Electric Railroad
Company for December and the fiscal
year ended December 31. out tod-iy.
show a peculiar contrast In the figures
lor the month and the year.
The net Income for the year is almost
double that for the year 1911. 1124,101.12
and SG7.716.3o resDectlvelv. but the net
Income for the month of December 1912
was a little more than a quarter or that
shown for December, 1911. The net In
come for last month was J2.S94.95. an
compared with $10,802.53 for December,
For the month the gross operating
revenue was only slightly less than for
me corresponame month a year ago,
but It Is seen that the percentage of
operating expenses to gross operating
revenue increased from 45.47 per cent to
57.91 per cent. The ratio for the year
was 49.97 per cent, a decrease of 0.14 per
cent from the preceding year.
The outlook for the year 1913, how-
svir la unIA In mupVi rHirhtir than
would be inferred from the December
statement. The company has now a
modern and adequate passenger termi
nal In "Washington, similar to that In
Baltimore. Although the annual charge
for this .new facility Is about four times
the amount paid for the old station at
1424 New York avenue, the advantage is
said to be many times greater, xnen,
too. Inauguration time Is expected to
play a not unimportant part In the earn
ings. IJour years ago the service of the
company was entirely crippled from
midnight of March 3 to late In the day
of March 4, so that not only was the
opportunity to make a "killing" swept
away, Jbut the company was put to un
usual expense by reason of broken lines
and fallen trees.
This year the roa1 is In a much
happier condition to handle ,i large
volume of traffic than a was then and
it Is not unreasonable to assume that
the earnings for Inauguration week -oil
ho very large. The new terminal .Mdl
ltles in "Washington, too, should b-j r.-o
ductive of a great volume of tDurltt
travel this year from Washington.
Another feature that should be pro
ductive this summer is the traffic ar
rangement with the Baltimore, Chesa
peake and Atlantic railway whereby
Fastern Shore points are made Just as
accessible to "Washington as they are to
Baltimore. That arrangement was not
generally known last summer.
The statements for the month and for
the year are as follows:
Gross operating revenue.
Operating expenses ,
Net operating revenue.... 32S.I31.79
Miscellaneous Income.... 1.021.41
Gross Income 326.273.20
Deductions from Income.. 23.378.23
Net Income J2.S9I.93 310.802.33
Percentage operating ex
penses to gross operating
revenue 67.911 4j.47t
TWELVE MONTHS TO DECEMBER 31.
Gross operating revenue
Net operating retenue..
Gross income .HlS'HI-fi
Deductions from- Income 27t53S-2
Net Income .... .... J124.101.12 J67.716...
Arthur N. Mitchell, who has been
with the Columbia National Bank since
1898. has been elected acting assistant
Arranprnents for the annual banquet
of the -Washington Stock Exchange to
h. ,M xi thi Shoreham Hotel tomor
row night have been perfected and thel
occasion promises tp pe poe 01 me u.uai
pleasant In the history of the Instltu
tloa. The directors of the District National l
Bank esterday re-elected an oi me ox
flcers. as follows: Robert N. Harper,
president; W. S. Hoge. first vice presi
dent: J. S. Tyree, second vice president;
...lift.. n 1 tnaMimh .hfrri v1tc nrffll-
dent; E. S. "Wolfe, cashier- William T.
nnni flr assistant cashier: Thomas '
s. Mason, second assistant cashier. The I
new directors, Chris J. GockeW. V. W. '
nnuct anu v r- i- "oi, mum.vu,
Wholesale Froduce Market
Es Nearby, llcsh. ZlWSc. Southern. 20
Cheese York. new. 22-c lb . Hat. 22c
Butter Elgin print. 25hc lb.; tub, 30c per
lb . procesF. 2Sc lb
Lite Poultry Hens. ICc: roosters. 9c
104c per lb . turkey. 1SB19C per lb.; chlck
tns. laree. KhlSc: medium, uaite per lb.
Drsied Poultry Turkeys. 22&224C per lb.,
hens. 14Q15c Pr lb., ducks. lttc per lb,
chickens, 20c per lb.
Green Fruits California oranRer. 3.00it-20
per box: lemons. 15.00 per box: pineapples, per
ate. J3.60. Florida grapefruit. $4.3 rcr
box; tangerines, 11.45 per box: apples. $2 3
J2 45 per bbl.
Meats, Dressed-LlBhtwelght pork. lOftlO'ic
per lb : heavier. IWJlOiJc
Vegetables Pojatoea. 5c per bu.: ceierj'. c
per dscn: jams. $1 OOftl.l. per dm.: onions.
Vic per crate, cabbage, S5c per 100 lbs ,
lettuce. $1.40rl 60 per basket. bets. $1.20
Gl 30 per 100 bunches, squash. SOc bbl , sweet
potatoes. $1.2S per bbl.: lima beans, UH
per Qt.: cranberries. 12'.jc.
Sales Today on the
I'nlon Trust. 10ftl37.
After Call. Washington Gas. 15SSi,
I'nlon Trust, WAWK., 10B1S5V4. KWp
126. 1013C?a. 10136?i. 1O0136H. WB
130?4. I0S136H. 1&&131!.. 50S136,. 10S1KH.
ioi2c. Wav?. zmwfl.
Mergenthaler, 10Q217V4. KHI217V5. 5
New York Curb Market.
FumltheJ to The Washlneton Times bj
Harrlman & Co . New Tork; O. B. Chlpmau
raansnr local branch. Colorado BulMlnc
Anglo Am. OH JJ
Atlanta Goldfleld 17
Bay State Gas Js
Broden Copper 9
British Col. Copper Wt.
International Rubber . S
Chicago Subway 3
Cobalt Lake 45
Glroux Mining 31
Iji Rose Con.
Standard OH N. J
Tononah Mng. of Nevada.
United Cigar Stores
United Cigar Stores pfd...
xvKon uoia ..
V. S. Reg. 2's 1004 10H4
U. S. Coupon 2's 100T4 WIS
U. S. Reg. 3's 102 NO
U. S. Coupon 3's .... 102 103
U. S. Reg. 4's 11SV4 IH4
U. S. Coupon 4's 113 U4U
CAS BONDS. '
Georgetown Gas Cert. Ind. 5's 103
Georxetoun Gas 5's 103
Washington Gas 5's 110 110
. KAlLKOAD BONDS.
Capital Traction R. R. 5's.... 110 111
Anacostia & Potomac 6's 98
City & Suburban 5's 103 104
Columbia R. R. 6's 100
Columbia R. R. Cs 101
Metropolitan R. R. 5's 104 ...
Wash. Ry & Elec 4's. S44 83
Wash., Alex. & Mt. V. 5's 97
Potomac Elec. Cons. 6's..
Potomac Elec. Lt. 6s
C. & P. Tel. 5's
Amer. Tel. & Teleg. 4's...
D. C. Paper Mfg. 5's
Wash. Market 5s 1927
Wash. Market 5's 1947
W. M. Cold Storage 5's....
N. & W. Steamboat 5's....
Riggs Realty 5s (Long)..
Rlggs Realty 6's (Short)..
... 104 105
... .1U9 . a
... 100 ...
... 102 103
... 100 ...
PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS.
Capital Traction 122
Wash. Ry.. & Elec com 8G
Wash. Ry. & Elec. pf 90
N. & W. Steamboat 201
Washington Gas .., S4
Georgetown Gas 70
Eastern Light & Fuel 115
Amer. Tel. & Teleg 133
TYPE MACHINE STOCKS.
Mergenthaler Llntoype 217 218
Lanston Monotype 88 90
Greene Cananea 8
NATIONAL BANK BTOCK&
American Nat Bank 171 177
Capital Nat. Bank 23) ...
Columbia Nat. Bank 250
Commercial Nat. Bank 3)3
Dlxtrict Nat. Bank 143
Far. & Mech. Nat Bank 248
Lincoln Nat. Bank 152
Metropolitan Nat. Bank 203
Kiggs "at. Bank...., sso
Nat. Bank of Wash.. 245
TRUST COMPANY STOCKS.
Amer. Sec & Trust 305 316
Nat. Savings & Trust 260
Union Trust 136H 137
Wash. Loan & Trust 230 250
united States Trust 140
SAYINGS 3ANK STOCKS,
Citizens Saw Bank 19
Home Savings 325
Union Savings , 244
Bank of Com. & sav .. iz
East Wash. Sav. Bank 15
FIRE INSURANCE STOCKS.
Arlington Fire Insurance ....16
Corcoran Fire Insurance 80
Firemen's Fire Insurance .... 19
Franklin Fire Insurance
Gr. Amer. Firelns 255
Nat union Fire insurance.. 7
Potomac Fire insurance 80
TITLE INSURANCE STOCKS,
Columbia Title Insurance
Real Estate Title Ins. 95
Chapln Sacks 160
D. C. Paper Mfg. Co 134
Grapho. com ...... 40
Graphu Fref a. 75
Merch. Trans. & Storage.... IOC
Security Storage 210
Washington Market 17K
Cure for Insomnia.
PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 24.-Grea dis
covery! Sure cure for insomnia. Mrs.
Willard Parker, heretofore sleepless,
cow slumbers like a babe at night and
takes day time naps in a six-foot coffin.
The Same Business Policy
which has governed the affairs of The Commer
cial National Bank in the past, and which has de
veloped it into one of the strongest financial insti
tutions of the National Capital, will be continued
in the future:
Those who desire HIGH-CLASS BANKING
SERVICE, in the broadest application of the term,
are invited to join with us in accomplishing still
This bank has only began to grow 1
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
A Big Bank
has the facilities and tho re
sources to do Wk things for ltu
Let THIS bljj bank help you to
acquire a competency.
.SAUK HATB of Interest pnlil
on both Inree and small accounts.
and Trust Company
Corner 16th and N. Y. Ave.
YORK PINANCIAL NEWS
New York Market.
(By Time' Direct Wire.)
High. Low. p.m. Close.
Amal. Copper 72H 71 71HI74H
Am. Beet Sug. com.... 37 36 37 I S7U
American Can 3-.W S2 32 I 33
American Can pfd....H9i 119 119U 1 120
American, a & F.... 62i S2i 52UJ 53
Amer. Ico Secur. 23 23 23 I 23tt
Amer. Smelting 72V 7IH 72 I '2i
Aki. Tel. & Tel 133U 133 133U 1 133H
Am. Tot," 2sf 27 2S7 1283
Am. Tob. pfd., new.. 105 105 105 1 105
Anaconda 37 37 37 I 38
Atchiror 105 104H 104H 1 104
Am. Writ. Pa., pfd.. 30 30 30 I 30
At. Cat. Line 130 13) 130 i 129
B. & O. J02H 102 102 i 106
Bctlu 8tel 37 37 37 I 38
CaL Petrol 52 52 52 I 53
Can Pacific 243 24214 242H 1 24i
Cbes. & Ohio 77 77 77 I 77
C. C. C & St L com. 53 53 53
Chino Con. Cop 4254 42 42 i 43
Chi.. M. & St. P 112 112 112 1 112
CoL Fuel & Iron.... 34 !3 34 I 35
Del. & Hudson 163 166 166 I
Distillers' securities 18 18 18 I IS
Erie 31 ton 31 I 31
Erie 1st pfd 47 47 47 I
Goldfleld Cons 2 2 2 I 2
General Electrics.. ..141 141 141 1 142
Great Northern pfd.123 127 128 1 128
Great North. Ore.... 3S 3S 38 I 40
Illinois Central 127 121 124 ( 127
InterboroMet 17 17 17 I 17
Interboro Met, pfd.. 60 60 60 I 61
international Harvesi06 106 106 1 108
Lcblgh Valley. -161 160 160 1 161
Lou. & Nash 133 137 13SI13S
Mex.Petrol...;. 70 70 70 l'70
M., K.&T 27 27 27 I
M.. St P. & 8. B. M...13S 135 13S 1 139
Missouri Pacific 41 41 41 I 41
Nat Biscuit, com.... 120 120 120 I
Nev. Con.Copper. 1S 18 18 I 18
N. Y. Central 107 106 1061 1 107
Norfolk & West 112 112 112 1 112
N.Y.N..H. cB .12.' 12S 123
N. Y.. O. & W 31 31 31 I
Northern Pacific 1I8V 118 118 1 119
Pea Gas. of Chi..
..30 30 30 I
.114 113 114 I
Penns.R.R. 122V4 121 122 1 122
Ray ConsoL Coppar.. 19 19 19 ( 19
Rep. Iron & St-Ml..... 24 2t .24 I 24
Reading., 164 163 164 1 164
Rock Island 22 22 22 I 22
Rock Island pf -40 39 40 I 40
South. Pacific; 105 105 105 1 105
South. Railway. 27 27 27 I 27
Texas & Pacific 20 20 0 I 20
Union Pacific 159 157 158 1 159
U. a Rubber, com 65 64 63HI 66
U. B. Steel 634 C2 f3 I 64
U. a Steel pf. 109 109 100 1 109
Utah Copper 65 54 55 t 55
Va.-Car. Chemical.. 37 37 87 I 38
Wabash, com 3 3 3 I 3
West Union Tel.... 72 72 72 I 71
Westlngnouse Elee. 74 74 74 I 74.
Woolworth 104 102 102 1104
Wisconsin Central... 43 48 tf l' f
B. & O. Gen. 4'a 97 P7Vi 97 I 97
B. R. T. Con. 4'a 69 89 S3 89
CB. tc. Q. Olnt V... f5 95H C5 I 5
CR.L & Pac. 4's...
Int Metro. 4'a
U. S. Steel 2d 5's...
63 63 63l 63
. 79 79 79 I 79
101 1(11 101 1 101
Jagow Foreign Minister.
BERLIN. TarT;"2?r Ilcrr Jagdw 'today
assumed his post as secretary'of foreign
affairs, succeeding the late Herr von
EUubli&hed October 19, 1904
Surplus and Undivided Profits Over $500,000.00
Resources Over $7,000,000.00
James A. Cahill Eldridge E. Jordan
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
The Safest Investments
Are these that de net fluctuate durlaa dls
tnrbed conditions of the money or stock mar.
eta. First deed of trust notes fdrst mort.
Ei(ts), well secured oa real estate la Us
Istrlct of Columbia, cobatltute "allt-edae"
Investments. Thev do not depend upea tbt
tnaaclal responsibility of Individuals or oar.
K rations for their stability, and are exempt
m taxation as persons! property. We eaa
apply such Investments Id amounts froa
Win upward. Send for boeaiec. "Cuoceralas
Lbana and Investments."
SWAR'iZELL, RHEEM &
BJ U.TH BTKEST K. VT.
New York Market Goes. Down
Following Declines of 1 to 3
Points in London.
NEW YORK. Jan. 24. An entirely
unexpected .unfavorable element was
injected Into the market for Now
York stocks today by the events In
Constantinople last nltrht The list
opened about a point one the average,
below yesterday' close with Can
adian Pacific, the International bar-'
ometer. 2 down The more favorable
news which came later, that the new
Turkish regime was about to reopen
negotiations for peace, tailed to have
much of a rallying effect The move
ment followed the action of the Lon
don market where American stocks
tills morning went down from one to
three points. Another result was a,
break of 35 a-ton in copper metal In
London. The 'bears also took comfort
in the testimony against tne Steel
corporation and the movement of
Vesterday against that stock was
continued. But, notwithstanding, the
net loss of Steel up to-about 1 o'clock
did not amount to more than Ti of a
point, an eighth higher than the open
a: marked break in Illinois Central
was experienced this morning on rumors
that a reduction In the dividend would
be made. The stock dpened a quarter
high and broke 6 points. It rallied
a point and a half later. -The execu
tive committee met today in Chicagd
and the directors will meet in New York
next Wednesday. It is reported from
well-IfiTbrmcd sources that there "win
be no change Inthe dividend.
Baltimore andOhlo is selling ex-dlvl-dend.
3 per cent today and Copper ex
divldend. JW P" cent
Only six stocks showed gains In to
day's market, Chesapeake and Ohio,
Delaware and Hudson, Rock Island pre
ferred, Erie second preferred. Western
Union and Westlnghouse.
The Southern Railway Company has
sold to J. P. Morgan & Co., and as
sociates 35,000,000 new 5 per .cent three
year, gold notes.
The Rock Island directors have au
thorized an expenditure of an additional
35,000,000 for. equipment, chiefly in roll
A London cable Is to the effect that
the Balkan states will .have to borrow
at once 3200,000.000 and Turkey 3100,000.000.
Private cables from London this
.morning report -a fresh break in the
Price 'of standard 'copper there as a
result of the revolt in Turkey. Spot
declined 1 2s 6cL
Sine .the- beginning of the year new
business received, by the Steel Corpora
tion has been about on a parity with
output Trade indications are. however,
that there will be some falling oft In
orders experienced In the last week of
January and that unfilled tonage at the
end of the month will show a slight
decrease from that reported at the end
of 1912. Even so the corporation will
still have business on its books suffi
cient to keep its mills, busy until very
nearly the end of the third quarter.
Next Tuesday the directors will meet to
declare the regular quarterly dividends
on the preferred and common stocks.
Arthur E. Randle
Tucker K. Sands
0. G. Staples
John P. Story, Jr.
Geo. Tully Vaughan
r.Tew Tork Stock ISxenaae.
I Usabers'i Wasblocton Stock Exchange.
I PliiAei fAiwI it Tvai4a
teuiwafew avuaa vs
ought and sold on same
favorable terms as we otter
far tradlnc In New Tor t
stock aad bonds.
NEW YORK TODAY
"Vou Can- Rely on What We Say."
Horses & Mules
Monday Jan. 27
10 A. M.
RELIABLE HORSE &"MULE CO.
212-141 1th St N.W.
3 Carloads of horses and mules for
any service, heavy draft horses,
good, big, fine animals, around
1,400 pounds. Some good mated
Pairs of fine bays land grays,, one, black
hearse team, 16H hands high, will weigh
1.300 pounds each. "Also mules In pairs
and single. Consignment by private par
ties. Horses we sell must be as we bay
r inunejr gmaiy reiunaea. Horses on
inspection Sunday. People .we supply
with horses come back. What's the
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE DIS
TRICT OF COLUMBIA. United States of
America, PlalnUtr. vs: Fred McKee, Trustee,
et at. Defendants.. Eauitv No. 21.412.
NOTICE TO ABSENT DEFENDANTS,
The object of. the bill of complaint in'
this case vhlch U filed under the Act
of Congress' entitled "An Act providing
for the protection of- the Interests of
tbe United States In lands and waters com
prising any part of. the Potomac River, the
Anacosua Kiver or Eastern Sranch, and
Rock Creek and landa adjacent thereto." ap
proved April 27, 1912, la to establish and make
clear the title of the United States to landa
or water In, under, and adjacent to- the
Anacostia River or Eastern Branch. Oa mo
tion of the plaintiff, lt ts this 11th day of
January. 1U. ordered that the defendants
herein (1) Edward Anderson. (2) George
Miner Anderson, (J) James Anderson. (4)
Eliza B. Andrews. (5) Eugenia Bevans, (4)
Frances Bevans, (7)- Harry Bevans, l) John
Bevans. (J) Mary Bevans. (10 William Be
vans. (11) William B. Bevans. (12) Jennie
Black. (U) Etta Braddock. (14) James T.
Braddock. (15) John T. Braddock. (Ill Ahlel
J. Bradneld, (1) Anna Brtxgs. (20) William
L. Brlggr. (21) Matilda S. BrtgMwell. (22)
Mary S. Brooks, (22). William P. Brooks.
(21). "James Brown. (251 James Bonis. (381
Sarah Elisabeth Burrls.' (27) Elizabeth E.
Butler: (2S) Jamea Campbell., (JO) i Emma L.
Connor. (Jl) Connor, husband of Emma L.
Connor. (22) Rattle Cqoley. ($3) Mary Daniel.
tjjj Austin im ineaje. (J) uavta De reaie,
7) Edward M. De Neale. (K) Frank T. De
Neale. (23) George Norman De Neale, 41)
Harvey De Neale. (C) James De Neale. (43)
James A. De Neale, 44) Samuel De Neale.
(45) Wm. A. De Neale, (4) Wm. M. De
Neale. (47) Berntee De Peele. (4t) HarrvDe
Peele. (U) Caroline Dulln. (60) Fraakland Du
nn, (si), Louisa uunn, (U) Mary a. uuiin,
(S3) The Elkhart Co. Trust Co. (Grdn. of
Sarah J. Roach. (54) "Cora Everson, (si)
Laura E. Gaskill. (54) Mahlon R. Gaa
klll. (37) Charles W. Hammerly, (M)
Ruth Hammerly, (SO) Frank Hlssina,
leu iran iiiiains, xr., (o Kooerta liif-
Sn, () Emma Hoyle, (U) Henry Jennln,
5) Vlrxlnla Jennlms. (6t) Wlluam Jennlni
(67) James Jenners. (M).-Marr Jennera. (
Anna E. Johnson, (70) Lafayette Johnson, (71)
Lucetta. Johnson, (72) Napoleon B Johnson.
(73) Rebecca Johnson. (74) Samuel D. John
ton. (77) Alice Love. (71) James Love. (82)
Belle McDougall. (ST) Lachlen H. McDoutall.
(SS) Mary V. Marrlette. (SO) William H. Mar
rlette. (37) Bernard Monday. (83) Mary O.
Monday. '() Emily Frances Moore. (90)
Wm. A. Moore. (U) Ruth Hanaa Mowrey.
(92) Alverda Osborn, (S3) Craven W. Osborn.
(M) Decatur Osbonn 8r.. S6) Decatur Os
born. Jr.. (90) Emily -Osborn, 411) Faystte
Osborn. OS) Herod Osborn, (99) Mason Os
born. (100) -Nletta Osborn. (1B1) Nerval Oe
born, (102) Richard Osborn. son of Sarah.
(1(3) Richard Osborn.. son of Eleanor. (104)
Sallle Osborn. OK)
arah Osborn. dauchter
& c fc. tva-.kihw.hm ftfr.i a n.k..
(I0M) Baraa Osoo
dauchter or Eleanor Osborn. (106) Marshall
Overneld. (107) Pleasant Overfleld; O0S) Qraee
Price. O09) Ida-J. Peterson. (110) S. B. Price.
(Ill) Aonle E. Iteardon. (U2) Elizabeth A. P.
Rector. (UJ Ida Rector. (114) Ruth Rickey,
(US) Amelia W. Roach, (118) Ann -Roach..
(11?) Anna Roach. (IIS) Atlanta L. Roach. (119)
Charles Roach. (13 Clara B. Roach, (lil)
Eleanor Roach, (IS) Elizabeth II. Roach,
(in) James A. Roach, (lit) John' A. Roach.
(US) John C rtoacn. (i:s) jonn T. Jtoach.
(1IT) Matilda Roach. (13) Paulina Roach.
(129) Samuel M. Roach. (130) Sarah J. Roach.
(131) Thomas TV. Roach, .(IE) Walllns- W.
Roach. (133) TVm. J. Roach, (134) Aubrey
Roberson. OSS) Edgar'Roberson. UK) Gordon
Roberson, (137) Vlrrlnla Roberson. (13S) Wm.
Roberson. (139) Charles B. Roxer, (140) Fran
ces Virginia Roser.- (Ill) Francis TV, Roxer.
(144) Rachael Sldelove, (143) A. De TVltt
Smith, (116) Llbble Smith, (147) Adellna V.
Bommera. (14S) Ann E. Sammera. (149 1
Charles E. Sommers. (ISO) Elizabeth Som
mers. (131) Fayette V. Sbmmers. (133) Henry
A. Sommers, (133) John TV. Sommers. (134)
Margaret Sommers1. (133) Slrapn L. Sommers.
(136) Virginia Sommers, (137) "Walter C. Som
mers. (13S) Sarah E. Stecn. (139) Mollis D.
fitopel, (160) Sheldon L. Stopel. (161) Ma
tilda 6. Thomas. (IO Alexander Daushaday
Wallace, 063) Charles Montague Wallace.
(164) Ednard Douglas Wallace. (163) Emily
Maria Wallace. (166) John Franklin Wallace.
(167) Robert liruce Wallace, (163) William
Montague Wallace. (l9i Mary E. Woods. (1T1)
Brook W. Young. (172) Elizabeth M. Toung. (173)
Flatlus Young. UH rruza xoung. maj r.
C Young. (176) Jano Young. (177) Jemima
Young. (ITS) JIary Young. (179) Samuel TV.
Young, son of Abranam, (iso) saran J.
Young. (161) Tneodore J. Young, (IK) Thomas
Heaton Young, cause their appearance to be
entered herein on or before the fortieth day
exclusive of Sundays or legal holidays, oc
curring after the day of the flrst publication
of this order: otherwise, the cause will be
proceeded with a In case of default. Pro
vided, a copy of this order be published once
a week for three successive weeks In the
YVn.Mnuton Law Reporter and the Evening
ti.. Wore said dav. JOB BARNARD.
Justice. (Seal.) A true copy Test: (Signed) J.
IL YOUNG. Clerk. By W. E. WILLIAMS.
Asst. cierx. 3
Phone Main 5260
Total gross. Dec. 1912 L16S.3U
Average gross. Dec.. 1913 44,937
Total net, Dec, 1913
Average net, Dec, 1911.,..
Total gross, Dec. 1811
Average grofa. Dec. 1913...
Total net, Dec 1913 ,
Average net. Dec, 191!
1 solemnly swear that tbe accompanying
statement represents the circulation o The
Washington llmts as detailed, and that tbe
net figures represent, all returns eliminated,
tha number or copies of The Tlmea which ara
sold, delivered, furnlsued, or mailed tu boo
nue purchasers or suuscriDers.
KRKD A. WALKER. General Manager.
District of Columola. ss:
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
list day of December. A. D. 1911.
THOMAS C WILLIS. Notary Public
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Blue chiffon waist January 23. about
ao p. m. on. lltn at. car. or Ih aad Oi
rard it. Liberal, reward If returned to
BOYD'S HAIR 8HOP. lltt O It.
LOST Watch: lady'a gold! In going from 10th
ana Mass. ave. to Hth rt.. 'or on lltn at
car. going to Euclid st Liberal rwani IT
returned to 1013 10th st. w.
LOST Handbag, gold crocheted, Tuesday
mornmr. function of California. Connecticut
ana toiumoia roaa. neiura api. ui,
dale. Reward. .
LOST Dog. small white poodlsC Reward it
returned to 243 N. Capitol at N. W. L 1
LOST French poodle: very spiteful; answers
to name of Tuttles." Reward. -12D XUst ne.
LOST Two Tault keys, near 14th and U sts.
N. W. Reward If returned to JOHN
T8ICHA8. 43 Pa. ave. N. Vt. 1
LOST Doc female, white, setter, aerta
months old. Liberal reward. Paul D.
KELLER. 3406 Uth st N. W. Ph. Main CM.
LOST Yesterday on O, between Sth sad 1Mb
N. W. lady's gold watch, name Mary
Blmyhurtt on pin attached. Reward It re
turned to owner at tbe Rocharabeau. t
LOST Pin, small cold, with blue feneet-me-notr.
Sunday evening. Return to 1MB
Alt a E. Reward. Lincoln StX, ..
1W6 Newton st nw.
LOST Gold brooch set with pearls. Saturday
nlsht at Chase's. Reward A. T. KINO,
11M B. L ave. !
LOST Lady's sold Hampton watch. Liberal
reward. Senate Postofflce Committee, ..
LOST Chain and locket containing 3 pic
tures: mon.. "T. A. R," Return to IMC
O it. X. E. Reward. -
LOST Earring, single pearl: Tuesday after
noon. January ZL Liberal reward if re
turned to 198S K St. N. W. Phone iUla-Oi.
LOST Vanity case, sliver: on Saturday af
ternoon; Initials "J. P. C.;" on Uth si.,
between Q and Grafton Hotel. Tinder please
return to Mrs, t MASON GULICK. Hotel
LOST A black enamel brooch, tbout S.laosw
lone with diamond In thar caster. A re
ward of 00 will be paid if retaraed to Mrs.
BRADLEY A. PISKK, StoneleJa Court
FpUND Four coats. J snoppinr baf; S um
brellas. 3 pair of rubbers. 3 'pair of lovea.
1 hat, 1 muff; 1 camera. -1 eyeglass caae..l
box cartrldiea. 1 fur, 1 bill, S packassa, l
valise, r scarf. 1 basket. WASHINOTON
TERMINAL. UNION STATION. 4
Treatment. 9W N. T. are3d floor. Hrs. t to a.
MISS JAMRRON. Manicure, lace lossNtt,
and scalp treatment. 1304 G at. N. W.. 2nd
floor front. Hours from 10 a. m. to A p. ra.
OBA ITELD SMnSJ?
Anu AeaiaxAji. lauit. aw.. 34
BRADFORD'S DETECTIVE SERVICE Suits)
223. 224. 22Su 22s Colorado Bulldlnr. Pnoaa
Matn 2328. Licensed-and bonded. Founded
I, -unexcelled, tmapproacneo: rnnn in
every branch of secret service work. -
Ntht phone Columbia UK.
its) Uth (C N. W.
CABMAN Hair Specialtiefl.
Maalcarlnc. Maasate. 72 Uth . aw. ICTaL
. Buena Tonic Speotal Ms.
MTSS nATW MANictmiNo and
aiAoo jjxin calp treatment.
H 7th St. N. W.. Apt. L Ph. Mala 7421.
CHRISTIAN LADT desires position as com
panion and nurse to refined lady; experi
enced: references. BOX 4L Tlmea office. 1
BY A NEAT brisht girl to do (day work.
Reference. 1140 22d st. N. W. 35
YOUNG HAN with good references wishes
position, clerical or.collector. 20 E st. nw.
BOOKKEEPER, thoroughly experienced aad
reliable, desires office work of any, descrip
tion which can be taken care of evenleaja:
charges reasonable: satisfaction guaranteed.
BOX . Tlmea offlee.
work: rooms nasered.
hone Main Mtf M.: cltr
or country. &
GOLDBLATT. Sm 4H St.- 8. TV.
Hale and female.
WANTED Stenographers aad bookkeepers
are la sreat demand. The beat placa ta
learn Is at
STRAYER'S BUSINESS COLLEOB,
JTH AND F STff.
POSITIONS FOR GRADUATBaT.
Phone, write, or call for catalogue.
STENOGRAPHY PUPILS WANTED Far
private Instructions In Gregg. Pitman, or
Barnes Shorthand. Term reasonable. Type
writer at home free. TeL CoL zff.
APPRENTICES to learn French dresscut-
tlng,. dressmaking, designing, and milli
nery: good positions furnished after learn
ing. New. York Millinery Academy. 1115 O at.
COLORED .RAaPICKER At once: experi
enced: 33.00 per week. ISADORE OLAS
SER. r3 7th U. N. W. 1..
GIRL for general housework. 330 E at. N.
GIRLS for flat work dept.: good wages. Ap
ply MR. WATKINS. FRAZEE-POTOHAC
LAUNDRY. 16th and D sts. N. W. !
GIRL Colored, for general housework, at 131
3rd st. N. W.
HOTEL CHECKER: help for hotels.
GESS HOTEL AGENCY. 303 10th.
SALESLADY Experienced, with good figure.
mlze 38, must bo good looking: reference re
quired. BOX 5SS Times offlee.
TRIMMER First-class; one who has had
experience with the best trade. Address BOX
633. Tlmea office. 1
To Take Charge ef
Must hate executive ability and be. thor
oughly experienced In art needle work. Good
salary, permanent position.
Apply to S. HART.Mgr..
LANSBURGH & BRO.
WAITRESSES Two experienced white. Ap
ply to Head Waitress. THE CAIRO. 1..
WET NURSE for Infant; reasonable. Call
COLUMBIA HOSPITAL COTTAOE. Free
Ward. MISS MARY BROWN. 1
WOMAN Middle-aged white: general house
work for elderly couple: stay nights: per
manent home: wages moderate. 2107 II st. nw.
YOUNO LADY STENOGRAPHER by large
building concern: 2 or 3 years experience;
J10 per week. BOX 647. Times offlee.
HELP WANTED MALE
A Big Proposition to
Are you over ten years of age? De
you want to have a paying business
of your own after school hours t Do
jou wsnt to show your father and
mother what kind of stuff you an
made oft Then a'art light now, by
getting yourself a Times routs. Let's
talk It over at Tbe Times after school
hours or on Saturday. Start where
most of our greatest men started
mart todav. now la vou
diance. Call at tne Circulation De
partment of The Washington lines
today after school.
Tbe Washington Times will flnance
you to statu All the capital you need
is tbe willingness to work.
. " li '.. . . ..T .-. -
BARBER White, vt anted (or Saturday;
antee 4. '330S M JC. W.
BARBER for Saturday. II; also one for
steady. 1266 4t st. 8. W.
BENCH HAND or boy wltn experience in
Iron foundry. Apply 937 Aid. ae. 8. W.
alter i o'clock. m
BOYS AND. Ddhrid
DAILY . , Utk ai.Y tta.Jf.ir.
COUNTER VAN Wate. te taeh reemr W
Sundays. 1712 Pa. ave. N.- W. . ..
COACH BUILDERS Flrst-eUsa.
ELEVATOR MAN Colored.
HOTHU W th st N. W.
LADIES' TAILORS Nom bat Brst-cksa
seed apply. PAUL LSlBiu 12M S?
n. w. ijr
MAN-Colored. handy with taet. mast U
strong and set afraid, of. hard work, CaB
at store BIFitK. W. Brti rXrsaeea.
MAN for collectlac and serai oftee wefkr
state ace. salary expected, and name a '-
two or mora former erapteyera. Address BOX V
US. Times oface.
KEN BsstseM house payW to m weeitfrr
private faralHea about IS week- ta aajta
mobile drivers and repair men; yoa eta toatst
the BusfaeM with os)"la a akert !.
teach operating 'aad replrta-- v4aK
AUTOMOBILE SCHOOL. 1HPXW.
SCHOOL BOYS THAT
LIVE IN GEORGETOWN
An yu sueessiT Caayas tea tc :
to yocr father aad jsoUurr Deal
bow up to nnslwifX ad stey 'I a
Sad a ehaaea," -
NOW IS YOUR CHANCE. -
Get Yourself A TnMiO&mUJ&S
is allfetW. Caef
Kiay altar seaeoi. arcuiaaesi Usaart-.
eat. The WaaMaata Tlsaesk, sjaefflsti
M kew to be a
TWO MEN AT OfjCB
To leara the auto nitHwr aad "be
to accept food paylac seal
" (task , -m
omb uata lAJi.
WANTED A eompeteut vwkM Qhlsasr
10 iaa essns X nifflllii a
sarcen ta viraims, qisuse aa ever
nlshed. Answer,' atattac.PMss ecpeeteeT
BOA esX H ,o4BV
WANTED Mea t- laaxb
method: few weeks riwBleHet '
jearamc; sxeaay peewvon 1
for catalecue. MOLERS
LEGE. 3W Bowery. New Tork eDr.
WANTED Furniture for oaah. Sett -tyatsr .
soeda to the matt who sjvsw y ta.eat
money. See HOPWOOP, War aa4 K. 1 T
LACE CURTATNg Get ready fr laamra-
tloojt aueeta and Aave year cat tales Ma-
dered eaual to new 2e pair, tas.l
HIGHEST CASH price" paM fee wars, dett
Insr either ladles or sesMiiaeu's: saad
ral; will caB. B. TABSfcUW. 1MB Ttk,ac
W. Phone North 4MC
V ANTED Furniture.
plsnoa. ; eaesetnC' etav
i-oooa at. aais
Phone M. 12)3 for wasiu.' or aavreiaa
ra. sfrs.'jc.ir. "
WANTED Nlesly tVTTixm 1a OsteaBMsr-er
waaaiagtoo ueignta. ny elesirawa
Apply BOX aS.
i. xiaaea 1
BBBT FtyCBS PAI7 Ur haisuliakt
SQUARE DEAL BTJRNlTUK CO-
ax. r.. w. troemm jeaa seas
MME. CARLETTA. -'.
CaeauHtac CLAIKVOTANT, PSYl
M sr est
noaiber ot.stlrtsa patroaaw gar tastrtt asW
all zaattars lore. courtscOy. srncatrtlnrw aaa.
riage. divorce, real, aetata la rleersr. r
advice mora accorata aad racksMa-Ukisi aa
yeu have ever con settee? , '
CARLETTA APTSm Bar at- N. "IT.
aOCB. STANLEY. RayaXQyscy Cusf : wstls.
zasoea pasnux. jate xrora uowtva. rans
Philadelphia: scieatlfle readlaaa dalhr: satts-
lactlon guaranteed: ladles aad etlesssa ear
dlally Invited- Uth and H N. E 3 ta 3J.
MBAV AMERICA'S leadta pakatot.
. XUO.X, , e.,,, re,dr- Const IMa
girted clairvoyant, on biinlnese, ' hve."xer
riage. changes speculation, sea New Tert
ave n. w. uoeca on cunaay. nasemsar v.
433 N ST. S. W.-MADAM ITaTLD. aa
50c BUSINESS. LOVE. XASttXASJE.
REMOVES EVIL INFLUBrfCE.
A. AGNES WARRINGTON. Kew TbesjaM
Clairvoyant. Mesial aad Sptrttoal-T
aad Healer. Ctmaulutloaa oa eerseaal pr-
lems: classes dally.
xw etajt. jfci-a. ij
4 FLOEENTINE S. at,
Late ef Baltlmora. ScteaUSo Card Keener.
Batlatactloa gnaraatso or MM refmC
(M at St. V. W.
Psarchlo PaJmlst. Gives hah hi a Lev art
ORIGINAL GTPBT PALMSK. ?
Whola Fartae ToU. ..
Open Nighta 17 ta C K. W.
MRS HENKLE Try this gifted taedfam
lore aad business affairs, mental aad soli It'
ual healing. Hrs, l.to 3- U ttn at. sa, L. Kit.
MADALINB CURTIN. CS 4th 'at. N. B.
Readings dally: healer: ilmslsjeaiit 001001:
Wednesday circle. p. m. Ph. Ltec SHI M.
HOLT SPIRITUAL CUUKCHT meetarjad Seat
Sunday evening, tsa. gytntaa Temple, leu
J St. N. W. MADALINB CUTtTTN.
SEANCE Tnec. and Thttrs; eves.. ' p. m.:
readings dally; reads for entertainments.
Anacostia cars. Mrs. K. Roth. 700 tth S. 3S.
MRS. O'BRIEN. Medina: readhw it casts)
Dour rrom ties ccjocs; aveaaajav sts
st. a. ai. .
MEETTNG8 Mon Wed.. Frl tao. aaant
a message to each; dally Teaiitnjs. MMU
MALTBY. 307 Mt. Vernon pL K. W. M. 3fI.
HAVE your CHILDREN'S PALMS read. 26c.
by Mrs. Clemens, scientific palmist. 313 Ke
note Bldg Uth 4k a Children, till 6: adults
till 9 p. m. 1
WASHINGTON'S new dancrar atndlo,
ChasDelIear.v 1312 Q nw. f bona N.
Assembly dance ejrery Thura. eve. - Spanish.
Beaton & let. dances taugnt. trm. any nour.
MDME-'COULTER. M St. N. "W.-IT yott
can walk; I can teach yon to waits. Lessaoa
any time. 50c: classes every Tuesday eve.
PROF. WYNDHAM. Sf 12th N. W.-daai
Tne. and Sou 70. Dancing. : Lessees.
We. for 33. W. Prlv. any hour. Ph. M. 36J9.
DAVISON'S. Prof- Mrs-. Tl tth st, N. W.
Latest dances Uoght any hour: class aa4
dances. Tue. era. Ph. M. 66S4. AsaeasM
tenets Thura. Sat, ava.. Nat. RIBea Arsa'y.
OT.OVER'a. 613 23d St. N. W. FrL
He; waits at :ihp guar. , in e inasosi cuss
and dance Tue.. Tburs.. Sat. eve.. (Be; ball
room for rent. 96. Orchestra- Phone W. 1139.
MISSES CHAMBERLAIN AND COBB'S
DANCING SCHOOL. 100 Eye St. nr. 3oct4
Dances Every Mon- at Arcade. Ph. M. sua.
PRIVATE DANONG SCHOOL.
Only On Taur.bt at a Time.
Latest Dances. . Folk Daaeea.
Belasco Theater, top floor. Select. M. Meo-T,
WORKINGMEN It would have been a better
chance for us and you had you called her
flrst. as this stock of new pants at ll.W to
33.00 certainly are Values, besides there ara
a few slightly used overcoats low as 33: oa
price.' JUSTH'S OLD STAND. (U D 1
aSS. -it-g -
tj sk.-.s'- t$ &LZ tz&P&g
,v5 StdtS!eSLifliti VAt-'
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