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THE WASHINGTON, TBH-S. SATURDAY, FEBRUAKY 17 .1913. '
WASHINGTON AND NEW YORK FINANCIAL NEWS
Increased Earnings and Surplus
Shown and Value of Proper
ty Advanced $1,500,000.
The report of the Potomac Electric
Power to Congress was presented to
the House of Representatives today, as
were the separate "reports of the other
subsidiaries of the Washington Railway
and Electric Company.
"The electric company's report, when
compared to that of last .year, shows a
pood increase both in gross and sur
plus. The gross revenues of the com
pany are set forth as 11,829.358.79. This
is an increase over labt year of JUU.
"73.10. Operating expenses were JSS.
31S.44. an increase of JS7.112.57. The sur
plus, before payment of dividends, was
S561.75S.64. an Increase over last year of
The value of the property is set down
this year as $13,000,000. an advance of
$1,500,000. though It Is set forth that
from the sale of bonds the sum of $531.
046.51 was paid out In betterments, with
nothing paid out from earnings.
The paid-up capital stocK this, year
is ""set down as $6,000.00. though an in
crease, not referred td in the report, of
$5,000,000 to- tlO.CCO.GX) was ftuthorlzed by
the stockholders In 18li The Washing
ton Railway owns all the stock.
Washington Gas stock and Washing
ton Railway 4 per cent bonds were the
only features of today's trading on the
Washington Stock Exchange. Nine lots
,of the Gas stock were traded, and the
price advanced to S3. There were 170
shares in all. Eleven thousand of the
railway bonds sold at S4V&.
u. 8. Reg. J's
V. 8. Cour-on 2's
U. & Reg 3
U. S. Coupon 3"s ,
U. S. Reg. 4's
l S Coupon 4's.-
Georgetown Gas Cert. Ind. 5s 103
Georgetown Gas 5's 103
Wash. Gas. 5's ... 110
Cap. Traction R. R. 5's 110
Anacostia & Potomac 5's S8
City & Suburban 5's .... 103
Columbia R. R. 5's 100
Columola R. R. ffs 101
Metropolitan R. R. 5's 104
Wash. Ry. & Elec 4's 84
Wash.. Alex. & Alt. V. 5's
The Continental Trust Company is
celebrating today its first anniversary- Citizens Saw
- On February 1. 1912. the deposits were
$685.57171. Today theT are $1,640,737.18.
The surplus and undivided profits
amount to J150.K2.74. Charles W. Ward
en, first -Ice president of the company,
said today that the giowth of the insti
tution in its first year was an aggree
able suVprlse to the officers themselves,
and that they are very optimistic of the
Potoma Elec. Con. 5's 101
Potomac Elfc. Lt. 5's 104
C. & P. Tel. 5's 104
Amer. Tel. & Teleg. 4's 10S
D. C. Paper Mfp. 5s 9!)
N. & W. Steamboat 5's 104
Rlggs Realty 5's (Ions) 102
RiESs Realty 5's (short)..... 100 ltC
PUBLIC UTILITY" STOCKS.
Captital Traction ." 1-2
Wash. Ry. & Elec com S6
Wash. Ry. & Elec. pfd 90
N & W. Steamboat 204
Washington Gas 84i
American Tel. & Telga. 131
American Tel. & Tel Rights..
TYPE MACHINE STOCKS.
Jlergelithaler Linotype 2175i
Lanston Monotype 8S
Greene Cananca S
NATIONAL BANK STOCKS.
American Nat. Bank 170
Capital Nat. Bank 220
Columbia Nat. Bank 230
Commercial Nat. Bank 21
District Nat. Bank IIS
Far. & Mech. Nat, Bank SO
Lincoln Nat. Bank 152
Metropolitan Nat. Bank 205
Rlggs Nat. Bank 5S0
Second Nat, Bank 152
Nat, Bank of Washington
TRUST COMPANY STOCKS.
Amer. See. & Trust 310 325
National Sav. & Trust 2S6 273.
Union Trust 136 137tf
Wash. Loan & Trust 240 250
United States Trust 140 143
SAVINGS BANK STOCKS
Bank .-. 19
New York Market.
78. 78 I 7SH
54 5i I
15 I 16H
78 I 78H
81 I S1H
1 1 S1H
1 1 48
Home Savings 325
Union , Savings -. 246
Bank of Com. & Sav 12
East Wash. Sav. Bank. 15
The board of governors of the Invest
ment Bankers Association of America
are holding a meeting in Baltimore, and
discussing "Blue Sky" legislation. J.
Selwin Talt. president of the Washing
ton anfl southern Bank, is Washington's
representative In the organization.
Those present at the meeting are:
President, George B. Caldwell (Conti
nental and Commercial Trust and Sav
ings Bank). Chicago; -vice presidents.
William R. Compton (William R. Comp
ten Company). St. Louis; Lewis B.
Franklin (Guaranty Trust Company).
New York city: A. B. Aach (A. B.
Leach & Co.). New York city; Warren
S. Hayden (Hayden. Miller & Co.).
Cleveland: secretary. Frederick R,
Fenton (Devitt. Tremble & Co.). Chi
cago; treasurer, C. T. Williams (Fidelity
Trust Company), Baltimore; "board of
governors. George Garr Henry (William
-zjaiomon & uo.). New loric
Arlington Fire Insurance
Corcoran Fire Insurance...
Firemen's Fire Insurance
i Franklin Fire Insurance .
i Ger. Amer. Fire Ins
Nat, Union. FIre'lns ,
Potomac Fire lnBUrai:e....
TITLE INSUR.O.OE STOCK3.
Colombia Title insurance C ,
Real Estate Title Ins 95
Cbapln Sacks 160
D. C Paper Mfg. Co .. 134
Grapho. com .. 40
Grapho Pref'd 73
Merch. Trans. & Storage..... 103
Security Storage 210
Washington Market 175
Sales Today on the
(Br Times' Direct Wlre.
Amal. Copper 73s TO H I 73
Am. BeetSug. com.... S75 37H 37" 1 S7
mcrican Can 43T4 41 43 I 4S
American Can pfd.... 127 125H 127 1 127
American Cotton Oil. 52 52 52 I 52
Amer. Ice Secur 23 23i 23H I 24
Am. Locomotive 41 41 41 1 41
Amer. Smelting 73 73 73 I 74
Am. Sug. & Ref. con. 11714 1174 117 1 118
A-o. Tel. & Tel 132 t3lSnSZ 1 132'
Am. Tob. pfd., new..l05 105 105l 103
Anaconda ft 37 S3 I 38
Atchiror WW IKTU 103 1 103
3. & O 1023 i. 2 102 1 102
Beth. Steel 399 19 39
Br'kl'n Rpd Trust.. 91. 9 91 I Sl
B. F. Goodrich G3 3 63 I e3
Cal. Petrol 55 14 55 I 54i
Can Pacific .241 2(0 241 I 241
Central Leuther 29 29 29 I 29
Cent. Leather, pfd.. M f4 94 94
Cnes. & Ohio 78
C. C C & St. L com. 54
Chlno Con. Cop 42 41 42 ' 42
Chi.. M. & St P 114 113 113 1 114 ,
Col. fuel & Iron.... 40 7 40 I 37
Corn Products 16
Corn Prod., pfd 73
Distillers Securities 1SH
Erie 1st pfd. 48
Goldflrid Cons. ..... 2
Great Northern pfd. 128 123 12S 1 12S
Interboro Met. J0 IS 19 I 15
Interuoro Met., pfd.. 63 C3H 64 I 64
International Harvesi Ul 114 1)14
Lehigh Valley. 162 161-lfl 1162
Loose-Wiles, com 38 33 3J I 33
Lou. & Nah 139 139 139 1 138
Mex.Petrol 74 7iH 74 I
M., St. P. & S. S. M...140 13? 133 1 140
Missouri Paclflc ...41 41 41 I 42
Nev. Con.'Copper. J8 18 1S I 18tt
N. Y. Central 108 108 108 1 100
N. Y O. & W 31 31 31 I 31
Norfolk & West. 110. 110 110 1 110
Northern Pacific 119 111 119 1 120
Penns. R. R. 122 ! '- ,23
RayConsoLCopptr.. 19 19 19 1 19
Ry. St. SPSS., com... 2 32 32 I 32
Rep. Iron &. Steel mi 20 27 1 27
Reading 165 164 165 1 165
Reck Island 25 23 3 1 13
Roclt Island pf 42 42 4! I 43
South. Pacific 10S 107 107 1 108
Tennnsee Copper... B3 53 13 I 34
Union Paciac 161 160W 161 1 160
U. S Rubber, com 63? t3 f5 1 65
U. 8. Sree) 65 04 5 I 65
U. a Steel pf U0 110 U0U I U0
Utah Copper 64 &4K 54 I 54
Vt--Car. Chemical.. 37 37 -7 I 37
Wtstlnghouse .Elec. 73 73 73 I 73
Woolworth 104 103i 104 1 104.
Atch. Convert. 4'a...l02 102 1025. ' HOi
LONE FEATURE OF
NEW. YORK LIST
Stock Advances Sharply on Re
ports That Back Dividends
Are to.Be Paid on Preferred;
HAVEN OF RES
RICH TAX DODGERS
Uncie Joe Cannon Declares
Clerks in Departments Suf
fer From. Dry Rot.
NEW YORK. Feb. 1. Colorado Fuel
& Iron stepped In the llmellght Just
occupied by Can and Corn Products
on thn "Vow York Stock Exchanee to
day and soared, on rumors that .back Referring to three classed i in i the Dls-rii..Mr,-i
- , n-of.,.., m' s.ftrict the rich, the poor, and the middle
dividends on the preferred would be j class-Congressman Johnson asserted
pal. The preferred sold, at 155 and the that "we know and everybody knows
(Continued from First Page.)
ton and Georgetown should bo wiped
out, and that we should take care of
one-half of the sixty-nine square miles
In what Is now the District of Colum
bia." He demanded to know if the Federal
Government should continue to pay one
half of. the cost "of building streets in
the wildernesses of the District of Co
lumbia, when such a thing was never
contemplated. In the act of 1874."
common stock advanced 3 points over
yesterday's close. The Can and Corn
Products issued sold off from a half
point to a point and a quarter.
The list was Irregular, with few
changes either way, though Southern
Paclrtc went down a full polnL Steel.
Union, and Reading made small gains.
The mercantile agencies emphasize the
steadiness in business for the week, but
indicate a slight, slowing up. The feel
ing abroad is that the war will be re
sumed on Monday. This had the effect
this morning of making the Condon
market for American irregular. It is
expected than the Union Pacltlc-South-em.
Pacific agreements will be closed
today, following the meeting in Wash
ington., The subtreasury gained '$2,053,000 from
the banks yesterday.
The weekly actual bank statement to
day showed the following changes; Sur-
plus, decreased. $0,340,200:. loans. in-
that Washington is the raven of refuge
for the tax dodger. The rich Are cs-
Icaplnt; taxation. They can live and
ale cheaper Here man anywnere eise
and there isn't even' an lnherltence
tar. I have- oeen trying to get out
of the District Committee the Nye
Inheritance tax bill, but if it Is brought
out and should pass this .House it prob
ably would find a death trap at the
other end of the capltol."
Quotes from Editorial.
Mr. Jonhscn read from .an editorial
in a Washington morning pewspaper.
printed in 1911. in which the paper
pfcised the manner'in which members
of Congress were acquiring real es
tate in Washington.
The editorial said this was a good
9ign for the District, and that such
legislators "would see that Washing
ton neews what Jts people ask for,"
Continuing, Mr. -Johnson said:
"One of the Commissioners recently
told me that one of the richest and
most powerful man In the District had
admitted that he had made it his policy
to Influence members of Congress to
creased. $25,838,000: specie, decreased, i purchase real estate In the District that
$L22iO0O: iegals, decreased. $2,387,010: de- their assistance mlgrti be had in keep-
posus, increased. s,srauw
B. &f O. Gen. 4's...
B. R. T. Con. 4's,..
CB. t Q. olnt 4V.
CR.L &. Pac 4's..
Int. Metro. 4's....
U. Pac Con. 4's.. .
U. S. Steel 2d 5"s. .
,.vr& r; 97i 97
. 91 91 91 i 9
. f5 95 f5 I 95
. C4 64 64 I C4
. (1 81 Fl I 81
. W f6 90 I 931
. 102 1M H2 1 101
Washington Hallway and Electric 4's.
$1.000084. $1.000054. $1.000QM, $l,OCt
New York cltv:
Erastus W. Bulklfy (Spencer Trask & llirZnrti iiti
Co.). New.Tork city: C wl McNear.-H: K-?.
OVoodirri: McX-ea-r & MooreV Chicago: "st" a
oeorge iv. neuiy Montgomery, viomier
& Tyler), Philadelphia; J. Herndon
-Smith A. G. Edwards & Sons). St.
ouls: & W. Webb (Old Colony Trust
Company), Boston; Henry L. Duer
"Whelan, Duer & Lanahan), Baltimore:
H. L. Scoville (Ussing SeovlIIe & Co.).
Pittsburgh: Charles R. Dunn (Union
Trust Company). Drtroltr Harry E.
Well, Roth & Co.). Cincinnati: H. P.
Wright (H. P. Wrieht Investment Com
pany). Kansas Cry: A, C. Foster
(Causey. Foster & Co.), Denver.
Cold Wave Hits Chicago;
Mercury Drops to Zero
5RS3. 25Q-S5. 25
S5. 10SE5. 2565. 25SS5, 25S3. 2&0S5
After call Washington Railway and
Electric 4's. $1.0004.
Three Hired Thugs
Shoot Wrong Man
JERSEY CITY. N. J. Feb. l.-Ldt.r
clrclea wercsreatlj agitated toda by
the shooting of Thomas Conroy, former
business agent of the building trades
counclf of Hudson county, by three
hired thugs lit mistake for the man
hey "had been sent to gut "
Conroy s at the point of death in
Christ Hospital, with three bullet
wounds in his abdomens
Two of his assailants got aiiay, but
the third was overpowered. He toM
the police his name was Ernest Wil-
Egsa Nearby, freeb. MuSIc: foulhcin. 23
Chewe-Xdf York. nw. 24c lb.: flat. -21v
Bauer Elgin prjnt. 0c lb.: tub- Kc w
lb ; procw. SCe lb t .
IJd PQultry Hens. c per lb.. ro"tni,J0
C10jc per lb.: ti-rkeys, lCS0cpcr 1U; cblck-"
ens.' large. ITSilSc par !!.; medium. 1S31S3
PDn-d Poultry Turkes. 2&B-C i?cr lb .
hn. l815c ir It : ducks. "c pr lb :
chickens, ac per lb. "
Orecn fruits California orances. J1M93 00
per box: Umcas. 5.55 ier Xoy. ilneapiil. per
crate, tiKtS.V0: FlorlJa. craixfrult. H.25 per
box; tangerlnea, $10ti2.W per box. apples.
$l.081.00 Pr bbl.
Meats, lrefped Llshtwelght pork. 10s
per lb . heailer. 10c. ,.,.,
Vecetabl-s Pototoea. S5c per bu.: celery. 3m
per I ztn. iams. ll.WHl.2Z per bbl : onions.
60c pr crate; ' cabbage. SZc per 100 lbs.,
lettuce. licf!W per basket: beets. $1 103
SI " pr Wi bunches: squash. 11.09 bbl.: sweet
imta:o-s. $1-4S per bbl.: lima beans. 15c psr
qt.; cranbfrrlej. 14c, cauliflower. Jl.WS-19
Bomb Hurled Into
CHICAGO, Feb. L The promised cold
wave made good today, and Chicago
was experiencing real winter for the
first time since last February. A blind
ing snowstorm only last night was fol
lowed by a steady drop In temperature I haber. and gave his addreis a. a Bow
to the zero point early this morning. ery lodslng house. He said lie did not J
A. gale made the. cold more biting. j know his two companions, except a"KId'J
roreouiier .ui s u.tuicuuu iouu i uvnamue onu bic bum. Jjiev nauj . . .. . i
at tho wnv tcIII Jmit ni l.at t-nrno.i,j him . h.in .1,.. fAn- .. m.. fntnllv. another slrucK 1U me iilu"
TREXTOX. N J-. Feb. 1. Serious
trouble again marked the strike of thi
1.200 porcelain workers In this city.
Three men wen stabbed, one probably
more days, and that the mercury would
not go far above zero until early next
Suffering among, the poor was re
ported today. United Charities offices,
notice stations, and county agents wer
besieged with appeals for coal and food, j
Try to Arbitrate
tween them. Wllhaber said lie did not
know it meant murder. Ho aSHertrd
Conroy was not the man they were
PITTSBURGH. Feb. 1. Today Is ar
bitration da in Rankin and Brad
dock, where 2,500 American Steel and
Wire workers have been out for a
week. While citizens, strikers, and
steel officials were arranging for ne
gotiations, there were several devel
opments that make peaceful settle
ment of the strike doubtful.
Rodmen, who have been Joining the
union during the last few days, were
to meet to discuss the wage increase
announced by the company
.Federation Organizer Flynn assert
ed that the wage increase was a
"Joke" and would be found to be no
increase for most of the men
Stimson Will Explain
The complete orders for the reorgani
zation of the army under the plan'?
adoDted by the conference of Fenlor of
ficers of the Army will probably be
issued Monday. When the orders are
Issued, Secretary of War Stimson will'
jnake a statement explaining the pur-
Iose of the reorganization and setting ,
forth his views of what he believes will:
rnftvu ii..., tu it-.f iii.-u. .w .null -" - ......
for which they were to Split $150 be-i with a brick, ard one of the porcelain
plants tiucted by the stilKc partialis
wrecked by dynamite,
r - .!i.ht while the watchman an-1
hi ahsit.tn.nt ero 111 another part of.)
the building, a bomb m thrown into
the -clav room of the Hudson Porce
lain Works, and the tcrrillc explosion
Mitrkcd that part of the plnnt.
Peter Snyder is In Mercer "Plt?
.. 1.1. .. ct'r-irw.ll Hl:ill WOUI1U 111 '
neck Ind physicians bcllevo that
wind-pipe is cut.
Fate Aids Smoker.
VKW HRITAfV I'nTin T.-i 1 n..
. --. .- ....., v...... '. .. ..rub
! on ball to answer charges of Mealing
fV fti fti "I I $100 worth of cigars from the more of
III OLKtil OLIIKC Louis conrorn. James Olson collected
ij I a
a box or pericctos won from C onforti
In a raffle. '
decreased $113,000; cash surplus $16,125,-
Coper exports for January were
2-4,059 tons, a decrease of 6.308 tons.
The Pennsylvania Railroad Company
lias declared the regular quarterlr divi
dend of 1 per cent. The December re
port for the, system shows a net, In
crease of $99,423. It is rumored that
$100.-000.000 new stock- will be' issued. The
Atlantic Coast line's net Increase is $i2,
ine- down taxation ' and in securing
Reverting to the editorial, however.
Congressman Johnson said he regarded
It as a "libel".' on the membership of
own property. Yet the general govern
ment is taxed here for the street Im
provements c.f private property, lly
amendment would have the effect of
providing substantially that the abutting
property-v holder shall nay about 60 per
cent of juch improvements and the Dls-
trict ana reaeral Governments wouia
pay only one-fourth each."
The Borland amendment, which pro
posed radical reforms in the 'street Im
provement system of the District, and
which the author said had ben prepared
with the aid of one of the asFlstant
engineers In the District government
reads as follows:
TerX of Amendment
That hereafter whenever, under apro
priatlons made by Congress, -the road
way of any street, avenue, or road In
the District of Columbia Is improved
by laying a new pavement thertipu or
by resurfacing an existing Davenv.nt
from curb to. curb or from gutter ot frut
ter, where the material used is sheet
asphalt, asphalt block. asptuUUc or bitu
minous macadam, concrete, or other
fixed roadway pavement, such propor
tion of the total cost of the work. In
cluding the .expenses of the .-iss.atitmtnt,
to be made as hereinafter prescribed,
shall be charged and become a lien up
on the abutting property, and aseeai'
inents therefor shall be levied pro mta
ac;o-dlnjr to the, linear friHitaga iC said
property on the street, aventt-;, ir ixnd
tr trortlon thereof upon the roadway vt
which said new pavement is laid or the
existing roadway of which Is resur
faced: Provided, however, That thero
shall V,.cxcepted from such assessment
the cottVof paving or resurfacing the
roadway space Included within the in
tersections of streets, avenues, and
roads, as said Intersections are Included
within building lines projected, awl Al
so. the cost of paving the space within
such roadways for which street rallwuy
companies are responsible under their
charters or unJer law on streets, ave
nues, or -roads where such railways
have been or snail be constructed.
The assessments hereinbefore pro
vided for shall be levied- In the follpw
Ing manner, namely: Where the average
width of roadway Is thirty-two feet or
less' between curbs, or between gutters
where no curb exists, one-half the total
cost of the work, including the expense's
of. the assessment, shall be assessed as
hereinbefore provided: where the aver
age width, of roadway Is greater than
ininy-iwo ieei ceiween euros or Be
tween gutters where no curb exists, one
half of the proportion of the total cost
o fthe work which the width of thirty
two feet bears to the total width of the
roadway between curbs, or between
gutters where no curbs exist; together
with one-iourtn ot we proportion ot ine
total cost of the work which the balance
of the roadway width in excess- of
thirty-two feet bears to the total width
of the- roadway, including the expenses
of the total assessment, shall be assess-
ed as hereinbefore provided.
Toints of order were maae against
practically every new item in the bill
during its consideration yesterday aft
ernoon and higher salaries were merci
lessly ousted from tne pages or tne Dili.
own rcsidenco phones, which- are
largely used for official business.ir
The municipal asphalt plant went;
cut on a point of order.
So did the clause providing for the
purchase of necessary "land for an
approach to the Q street bridge.
The municipal flsh market was un
ceremoniously bounced and a- -scpro
of salary increases, affecting employes
ranging in grade from Janitors to
chiefs of divisions; were eliminated
on points of order, generally made by
Chairman Johnson of the District
"There urn members of Concress whoVrTnnoxessman Johnson, chairman of the
own their homes here who are Just as iHouse District' Committee, was the most
The Chesapeake and Ohio December
total operating revenues increased
$141,711. and net operating revenues
decreased $133,512. The Hocking
Vciey Railroad for December total
operating revenue Increased $55,305
and net operating revenue increased
The Minneapolis. St. Paul and Sault
Ste. Marie Railroad Company has de
cl?red the regular semi-annual divi
dend of 3 per cent on Its common
and preferred stocks.
The properties of Southern Iron and
Steel Company were bid in at auction
at Birmingham. Ala., by R. H. Buss
and Daniel Holman. of .New York,
at about $1,530,000 today.
New York Curb Market.
PcrnisjTed to Ths Wuhlnston Times bj
Harrlmsn & Co.. Ntnr TorL: O.. B. Chlpmia
EUircr local branch. Colorado BuiMlnr
Anglo Am. Oil 19 2u'-
Atlanta uoianelcl UV;
Bay Htate Gns 3
Bruden Copper !Hi
British Col. Copper ...: 4U
International Rubber S
Chicago subway 3
Cobalt I-ake 47
Ulroux Mining 3
Kerr Lake 3A
I .a Rose Con 3
Munliattan Transit 1
Nlpleslng Mines ST,
unio vopper tb
Porcupine Gold 16 21
Standard Oil N. J 432 433
Tonopah Belmont S 8,
Tonopah Mng. of Nevada 5Ti 6
Tri Bullion ,', jt
I'nlted Clear Stores 10S V&U
I'nlted Cigar Stores pfd 117 113
Yukon Gold ; 314
Incorruptible as the Almighty." shouted
the Kentucky member. "This Is anoth
er libel heaped on members who will
not do their bidding."
Congressman Hamilton of Michigan
asked Mr. Johnson if 'he did not think
t. a ... ......I.. m fn In nnmmi.lni.
lie nao uute tuw .a. ... bUiuKadiis ,
t Ha linnpRtv nf members of Contrres
with the Deity.
"Tnese men are absolutely and per
fectly honest," said Mr. Johnson, "so
there could be no harm In the com
parison." A moment later Mr. Johnson declared
that the rich In Washlngtou "are those
who steer the ship of state from be
Tn offering the amendment which pre
cipitated the lively debate concerning
the half-and-half principle, the Gov
ernment clerks, the rich, and kindred
subjects. Mr. Borland declared, that in
;io. other city are street Improvements
paid for out of a general fund.
"When the United States Government
owns property in my Home. Kansas
City," said Mr. Borland, "it will not
enthusiastic maker of points of order,
but Mft Cox and Mr. Fowler rallied to
his aid whenever they deemed it neces-
The points of order made against In
creases authorized by the bills have to
be sustained under the rules of the
House, but this does 'not mean neces
sarllr that tMe District employes should
lose "hope. The increases probably wjll
be restored In the Senate and the House
conferees, members of the Appropria
tions Committee who orglnally favored
the Increases, are expected to agree to
the retention of the Senate amendment
In so far as they respect these particular
When the conference report comes
into the House in the closing days of
the session It probably will be approved
en bloc and at least some of the salary
Increases may be restored.
Congressman Cox knocked from tho
bill late yesterday the provision for
free telephones In the residences of
a number of District officials. Mr.-
Lobeck declared no up-to-date city
even pay for the sidewalk, around its ' Squired iSfHeto" tSiT tor thili
M IM MMMMMMMMi
The National Hotel
PENN, AVE, AND SIXTH ST. t
In the Winter Garden
No matter what your taste you'll relish ',1
tomorrow's Table d'Hote Dinner. It11 be
wonderful in its variety and served with a
daintiness that'll make it the more enjoy
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Splendid music throughout the evening
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SOUVENIRS and MUSIC
Avhiienm en Clayton E. Bmls; et ux. to
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hair lot 1L block 11. vu.
Columbia, He!ht-Jonn O. Slater et ux.
to May H. tanjion. lot K block 3. W.
7 EUbth street aouthwest-Jorar V, Javlna
et at to Michael Shushrue, part criminal
tot 7. square 4M. $10.
Llntblcum -Estate Alice J, M. Nely et Yl.
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Ivts i. S. and 21. H.
Saul's Addition Frederick J. Tanaey et uk
in Agnes A. Saul, lot U. square SK2t U.
1'JH Sixteenth street northncst William P.
Dennis et ux. to Edith Tuckerman. Atlas
de Peyater. and Charles T. A, Miller, tot
SS, square 1U, 110. ' '
Twenty-second street and Massachusetts
avenue northwest Alice T. Miller to WU
llatu'F. Daanls, part lotI, block 7, Kalo
rama Helihts, Jia. t
Walter street southeast,' between Twelfth
and Thirteenth streets W. W. CnJsweltet
al. to Mary E. Booker, lot 230. square 101 J.
$10. Mary E. Booker to W Wallace Chls
well and Harry A. Kits, lot zn, squar
IMS. HO. .W. Wallace CHunrel! et aL to
Adella CXhlswell. lot 233. square IMS. 110.
Chlllum Castle Heights Washington Lnd
and Mortgage company to Clarence "W.
8talllngs. lot 12$. square SSI. J900.
til Twelfth street northwest-John B. Wllkle
et ux. to Arthur M. Tree. Seymour Morris,
and Merchants; Loan and Trust Company,
trustees of estate or Lambert Tree, part
lot B. square W7, $10.
HO and HI Twelfth street northwest-Samet
ta same. Iota Z7 and A. square. 37. 110. -
UU Fifteenth street, northwest Sallle a
smith el tu to leroy -oaddls, r., lot 111.
square 1M. tlO Leroy Oaddls. jr.. et ux.
coney some property to Blanche P. Walk
er. 410. '
I street southeast, between Ninth and Tenth
streets William H. Umbau et ux. to Mary
K. Henson. last half lot 3, square SCO. 410.
Ida M. Umbau to same, alt Interest In same
' property. HO.
Bealrs Adventure John W. Glennan to
Charles W. and Mary F. Walker, lota 32
and 13. square SIM. tie. . t
Woodley Park Mae C Klmberly et Tlr. Sam.
uel O. to Samuel J. and Caroline C. Sfcoo
maker. tot 72. block 10. 110:
1423 E street northeast Jessie S.vDvles f
William F. Kullberg. tot 0. square tt3. XW.
tnglealde Rowland J&. Jones to Charles E.
' Banes, lot 41. block 19. HO.
1418 Columbia street northwest Iola E. "Brad
dock to Josephine B. Bruce. lot SS and part
lot SO. square XS. ,J10.
A street southeast, between- Sixth and Sev
enth streets William F. Kultbenr to August
and Elizabeth Llnkv part original lot U,
square 870, fit. '
ITU HIS BSLLl
John McCormack Proves Hfm?
selt Wonderful Sinter WRe-
- cital at the Columbia.
John McCortnackv the brilUant Jria
tenor, gave the music lovers of tfce-
Capital a senuine treat yesterday alters.
noon at ther Columbia Theater
The concert was the moat notable it
the season, and. according: to critical
the large and fashlonablo audience, Tt
was as Brilliant a success aa any qmi
Bicat cveni nerc in many monins. .
Mr. McCormack had never appears
here before, except in grand opera. "beer
his welt-deserved reputation drew a
tremendous crowd to the theater. Ever?
seat was taken, and dozens stood
throughout the concert in tbe .space
near the doors.
All who attended were amply re
warded, for tbe great artist's tWk,
couldn't' have been better. The meat
pleasing thing about Mr.- McCorraacJCft
singing, next to the marvelous quality
of the voice itself. Is the perfect ease
and naturalness with which he dtsytaya
his powers. 4
Is Tral-f-Great Siagec
Nothing Is forced; nothing Is artificial:
the: tones flow as sweetly as from &
gan. very quaUficatlon- of the trutj'
'great singer is there. His voice has
volume that Is exactly proportioned Jo
lts sweetness" and evenness.' and: th'q
singer, 'moreover; has a"stage present
and an utter absence of mannerlsni
that makes It a' positive delight to he
To hear Mr. McCormack shir is tt
best argument In the worjd in favor of
English grand opera. "His enunclatfoc
Is a delight, and Jt is idle- to say thai
this attribute of his slnglnr does nt
enhance the natural appeal of his votos
Yesterday's progrim opened wih
Mozart aria. "Un'aura Amorosa," fol
lowed by a group of three songs, Ksru
aid's "Down In the Forest," TlDton'i
"A, Bph-it Flower," and Tours' "Mothe
o' Mlnev" As an encore the singer of
fered a humorous and melodic reerUJ
or an Irish lad who is pining for tea
false Molly Brannlgan.
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Andrew Parker, vice President.
Harry G. Meem, Treasurer;
Boyd Taylor, Assistant Treasurer
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A. S. Worthhlgton, Advisory
J. J-. Darlington, counsel.
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