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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. - FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1913.
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Butter Iforket Shows Upward
Trend and Speculators Bear
3lame of Advance.
STORAGE EGGS FIND
BUT LITTLE DEMAND
Spring Lamb Is High and Straw
berries Are Selling at 25
Cents a Box, Retail.
Cold weather Is causing- a rise in the
price of vegetables. Quotations in nearly
all lines show an upward tendency, it
is said, and many vegetables have
climbed skyward. The approach of In
augural week is beginning to affect
prices slightly. It is said.
The butter market shows an upward
trend. Following the slight advance
last week, another advance of 1V4 cents
was made the first part of this week,
wholesale. Speculation Is said to be
the cause of this. The advance has not
yet been great enough to affect the re
Eggs are stationary at retail, although
there has been a recent advance of
1 cent a dozen. There are some storage
eggs on the market. It Is said, sell
ing at 22 cents a dozen, but fresh eggs
are obtainable for SO cents, so that
the sale of storage eggs is light.
Fruits remain unchanged with the
exception of strawberries, which have
dropped to 25 cents a dox. These are
of good quality. Quotations have been
as high as 40 cents up to last week.
The feature In the meat line Is the
increase in quantity of spring lamb.
The best is of the "hot house" quality,
and sells for & a side. Five dollars
for f orequarters, and $3 to $3.50 for hind
quarters is easily obtained. Some of
the best qualities weigh fifteen to sev
Following are the latest quotations
B&nanas. a. dor
Crrpl&nt, each ..............
f iA, a Id.
Grape, roalaga, a lb
Xetnoiu, a doc ..
TJrnej, a dox.
Oranges, a doz. ...............
Strawberries, Florida, qL
Artichokes, oer 3t-
French, each .....,
Beets, new, a bunch
Beets, old. M pk.
Bean, string, qt.
Lima beans, qt.
Carrots, new, a, bunch
Cauliflower, each ...,
Celery, a bunch
Cranberlers. qt. ,
Cucumbers, each icoston -hot bouse).
French endive, domestic bead
French endive. Imported, lb
Kale, per pk
Leeks, a bunch
Lettuce, a head
Onions, sprint, a bunch
Onions, red and yellow, U pk.
Onions, Spanish, each
Onions, white, 1-4 pk
Potatoes, pk... ...... ..
Brussels sprouts, qt.
Potatoes, sweet, pk
Parsley, a bunch.
Parsnips. i pk.
Peppers, a doz
Radishes, a bunch ,
Spinach. U pk
Hubbard squash, lb
..3 tor 6
Tomatoes, hot house,
El tin Creamery, a lb do
Second grade, a lb. 3S340C
Renovated, a lb, 35c
Edam, each .
Llmberger, a lb
New York State, a lb.
Philadelphia Cream, each
Roquefort, a lb
New Tors Llederkranz, each
Swiss, domestic and Imported, a lb...
Best, nearby, fresh, a doz 30333c
econd grade, a doz. &c
Etorsce eggs, a doz 22c
Broilers, lb 30c
Fancy capons, lb 2Sc
Chickens, routine, lb :5c
Fowls, lb 20c
Ducklings, lb zic
Geese, lb. 25c
Roosters, lb ISc
Turkeys, lb IOu-'sc
Squabs, doz. J5.lv
Ejuabs. broilers, each a-.
Guineas, broiling, pair Jl.-
Bass, sea. a lb.
Bass, striped, a
Blueflsh. a. lb....
a lb li'ns.
Catfisb. dressed, a lb zSc
Clsms. per 100 JL00
Codnth. fresh, a lb 6c
Codnsh. steak, a lb He
Filet of Sole 2c
Flounders, a lb lie '
Haddock, a lb 1... ,
Halibut Steak, freih, a. lb aic I
Halibut Steak, fmzen. a lb 2t
Ixibtters. lurge and -uiall, a lb. 40c j
Mackerel. Spanish, a to ;,
Oyrtt-rs. gal .".11 Ji i
Perch, a lb UtCOo
Pollock, a lb ...10c
B&lmuti. a lb &c
Scallops, qt T'c
Shad, frerh roe. each J.' oj
Shad, fresh, buck, each Ticuili
Shrimp, qt. 40c I
Smelts, lb 13irCk.
Trout. brcok. a lb 3 '
Troul. speckled, a lb lUK&lic
Trout. f-ca, fresh, a t 2c
Ttout. res. frozen, a lb 12'a"
Red Snapper. lb ISc
Beef and Veal.
Beef, chipped, a lb
Beef, corned, a lb
Breast teal. a. lb
Chops. eal. a. lb
utlets. a lb
Hearts, bef. each
Luln teal, a lb
i-houldtrs, teal, a lb
Fllel. beef, a lb
lioakt. ciiutk. a lb
Boast, oncrhoui-. a lb
noast. prime, put. a lb
Rit, prime, a lb
Hiiloln. a It
fc't'ak. porterhouse, a lb
Ktrak, ruund. a lb
Eweetbrrails. beef, pair
Fweetbreads, veal, pair
Tnnrue, cuoke, lb
Tongue, smoked, piece
Bacon, a lb,
Chops, pork, a lb
I il, c4iM. a lb .. .................
Ham, bolle-t. a lb
irho'jMcrs, pork, a lb
"parr rib, a lb
Ham, fresh, a lb
Ham. tvhole. mok-. to
Hog brains, a lb ,
Iji.-'I. Irat. a lb
. l-c ,
Lamb and Mutton .
Chops. French, a lb 30033
Chops. loin of lamb, a lb 2S
Fotequarters. a lb IS
Hindquarters, a lh ;Mt..lXaT2o
WASHINGTON AND NEW
Total of 776 Shares of the Bank
Stock Pass From Woodward-Parker
Seven hundred and seventy-six. shares
of the stock of the Second National
Rank, previously held by a syndicate
composed of S. V. Woodward, E. S.
Parker. M. A. Winter, and V. J. Evans,
have been sold at a price well In ad
vance of the market to Interests within
the Second National Bank. Frank S.
Bright, attorney for the purchaser,
while withholding- the name of his
client, admitted his Interest and the
number of shares acquired today.
The Continental Trust Company is not
a party to the deal, except so far as
the transfer of the purchase price Is
concerned, It was also learned today.
The stock was paid for by check of
Mr. Bright on the trust company.
It Is believed and admitted today that.
tnis transfer puts an end to the possi
bility of the Woodward-Parker syndi
cate taking over control of the Second
National, a result which the financial
district looked for at the last annual
election. The syndicate last year quietly
acquired a large Interest In the Second
national, and it Is known that a pro
gram was considered of making Mr.
Parker head of the Second, but that this
program was not carried out owing to
the belief of those Interested that, if
it were executed, too serious a split
would occur and too large a part of oth
er Interests In the. Second National
would be alienated by the stroke.
Mr. Bright said today that no com
bination with any other financial insti
tution Is contemplated as a result of
the present deal. The announcement
of the exact number of shares traded
also shows that nothing like half of
the stock of the bank Is Involved. The
stock of the Second consists jot 5,000
shares. The deal Is said to be In the in
terest of fuller control by the present
regime, though W. V. Cox. president of
the bank, and E. O. Whltford, a large
stockholder, bad not been Informed to
day of the lndentity of the purchaser.
Nathan B. Scott, president of the Con
tinental Trust Company, said today that
Mr. Bright, who Is trust officer of the
company, acted only in his capacity as
The completion of the bank deal gave
rise to numerous rumors today involv
ing the possible consolidation of Sev
eral Institutions hut when trAet dnwn
none of these seemed to have f ounda -
No transfer of the stock of the Sec
ond National was recorded on the local
exchange today, but the bid price for1
the stock dropped from 165 to 150, with
no stock offered.
Washington Gas issues were again the
feature of the trading on 'change.
Eleven thousand dollars of the bonds
were obtained at 110, and 115 morel
of the stock came out, all at the steady
price of 86.
A small lot of Railway common sold
at -S5. A quotation lot and two frac
tional lota of Capital Traction sold -at
124. There was little other business.
At the annual meeting of the, Norfolk
ton Steamboat Company
following were re-elected
:he board of directors:
members of the
John Bovd. D. J. Callahan. Daniel Fran-
er. Benjamin S. Graves, W. E. Hlbbs.
Clarence F. Normeht. George W. Pear-
aon. N. H. Shea. Odell S. Smith, Hylas
T. Wheeler. Levi Woodbury.
At a meeting of the directors im
mediately following. Levi Woodburv
was re-elected president: Clarence F.
Ncrmcnt. vice pres'dent, I. J. Calla
han, general manager, nnrl Odell S.
Smith, 'secretary treasurer. Mr Cal
lahan re-appointed the following- J.
G. Williams, auditor: William It. Cal
lahan, ceneral passenger aerent; J.
Allen Rlordon. general claim agent,
and C B. Bowling, agent
Sales Today on the
WashlnKton Gas 5's. JLOOOtjllO, J4,000f
110; J5.0COi110 U.OOO011.
Capital Traction 5's, Jl,000110-.
Poton - Consolidated 5's. J1.000101,
Capita Traction. 25fil21. 1"'124. KJft21.
Waslngton Railway and lectrlc com
Washington Gas, 2bHiH, 25BSG. 25fi86.
25fS6, 25 SC.
Mergenthaler, 10fi21K. U i
After call Mengenthaler, 10S21SK
to Itota II Shrltcr. -lot 53, block K. Jit).
L, street northwe&t. Ix lueen Sixth and Sev
enth streets Cabrfflle Olclas to L.iuls
Glclas, part oncinal lot 1, square 450. 110.
K: Kletenth street routheast Oitn E Du-
tal! cl ux. to Henry O anj Allen O
Tt ompson. pan original lot S. square Ml.
1S1 C street southwest and C9 Eat Capitol
tret eoutheant Authur J llullett et ux. to
l liailcii " Hulltt. all Interest lie part lot 4.
sriuare TS,. and lot 17. siuare MS. 1100
B Ftr-ft n rthtast. between Second ani Third
rtrefts Hu;rh Kn-ipp et 'jx to George A.
Gray, part lot 5. square 7S3, $10
Fourteenth iitn et Terra ceI.nchbfrf; ln-
er.tment O-irporatlun to Mary C Iirldahain.
lot K, )i:ar' L'M. 110.
Urite l'arl- Jesfle f fillter et vlr I O,
to II C rrei-man. lot 8. square 4Mi. J50
V l.-i I'ark HelKlite Cliarle K-hrepf r to 1M-
v. In It .".Ur-len. lots 25 and 26. squun !7.
VII.I.A IAItK-riara Mardt-n et Ir. IMnlti
It to Oiarles V Whttmore. lot S. equare
10.7 BJ-.d M'j F street n irthw fat Thomas V
ila et al . trustees, to VoKltard A.
lyothrop, original lot 2. square 34$. tl (to
onrtrm fo-ntfr ronteyarce)
4 9 3
7 a l
e 2 18
Rearrange number In each row so total
of each will w 15 To the three neolrfct ror-i-l
antters will ho Kl n one lot Free at
Oatsworth Park haunt nth. N J Kttij
body cite senulnj; Mrrect answer ttlll receive
credit check for $100 'ontst closes Fehruary
?' O'TAN HEIOHTK IMP CO.. 25 Church
M New York City Dept W
D. S. Reg. r 100 101
U. 8. Coupon V 100T4 101H
U. a Reg. 3' 102S, KB
U. S. Coupon 3'a 102 103H
U. S. Reg. Va - U3H 114H
U. S. Coupon e's U3H 1UH
UAS BON Da
Georgetown Gas Cert Ind. 6a 10B
Georgetown Gas 6' 101
Washington Gas 6's 108 110'
vasn. uas os I09i U0V4
City & Suburban 6's 103 104
lumbl.. K. K. 5'a
Columbia R. R, 6's..
Metropolitan R. R. 6's
Cap. Trac R. R. ?s
Wash. Ry. & Elec. Vs
Wash. Alex. & Mt.V. B'..
Potomac Elec Cons. 6's 101 102
Potomac Elec. Cons. 6's 1011 101
Potomac Electric Lt. 5's 104 103
C. & P. Telephone 5's 104 105U
Amer. Tel. Ac Teles. 4's US
D. C. Paper Mfg. 5b 90 100
N. & W. Steamboat 6's 104 105
RIgEs Realty 6's (long) 102 108
Rlggs Realty 6's (short) 100 HK
PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS.
Capital Traction 122 124
Wash. Ry. & Elec. com S5?f M
Wash. Ry. & Elec Pref., .. 89 90
N. & W. Steamboat 501 209
Washington .Gas .. S6 86
Georgetown Gas 80 135
Eastern Light & Fuel ... 120
Amer. Tel. & Telga. 130
TYPE MACHINE STOCKS.
Mergenthaler Linotype 21S 218
Lanston Monotype S6J4 87
NATIONAL BANK STOCK&
American Nat. Bank 170 175
capital Nat. Bank CD
Columbia Nat. Bank 230 568
Commercial Nat. Bank 200 202
District Nat. Bank 147 151
Far. & Mech. Nat. Bank 245 ...
Lincoln Nat. Bank 162
Metropolitan Nat Bank 205
Riggs Nat. Bank 585
Second Nat .aBnk 150
Nat. Bank of Washington.... 245
TRUST COMPANY STOCKS.
Ainef. Sec. & Trust 310
National Savings & Trust ... 267 275.
Union Trust 136 137
Wash. Loan & Trust 238 260
United States Trust 140 Hi
SAVINGS BANK STOCKS.
Citizens Sav. Bank 19 ...
Home Savings 3X
Union Savings 24
Bank of Cum. & Sav 12 17
East Wash. Sav. Bank. 16 17
FIRE INSURANCE STOCKS.
Arlington Fire Insurance ... IS 21
Corcoran Fire Insurance 80
Firemen's Fire Insurance.... 19 22
Franklin Fire Insurance. 30
Ger. Amer. Fire Insurance.... 2S5
Nat. Union. Fire Insurance.... 6 ..
Potomac Fire Insurance 10
TITLE INSURANCE STOCKS.
Columbia Title Insurance 6 ...
Real Estate Title Ins K ...
Chapln Sacks lfiO 220
u. c raper ailg. Co U4
1 Grapho. Com 43
Grapho, pfd. 73
Mer. Trans. & Etor , 105
Security Storage SO
Washington Market 17
Wholesale Frodoce Market
Lls-.NearDy. iresh. iloBc; eoutbern. 21c.
Cheese New York, .new. Be lb.; (1st. 24c
Butter Eleln print. 45c 'lb.; tub. Mc per
lb.: process. 22c lb.
Live Poultry Hens, 17c per lb.
per lb -
loueile per lb.: turkeys. 202lc per lb.:
-U'VCUO, mm kc . Wf JU.
Dressed Poultry Turkeys, 2Sc per lb.; hens
1S319C per lb.; ducks. WJ4c per lb.; chick
ens. 22c per lb.
p., box: UorTluo" iST boSpieef
crate. J2.0OS3.30: Florida crspefruit, M 20 per
box; tangerine. 32.COe2.so per box; apples.
ureen rrults California oranses, U.tOSJ.20
H.30S100 per bbl.
M,- .Dressed Lightweight
P 1D-- pearler, 11c.
Vegetables Potatoes. Sc
atoes. Sc per bu.; celery. J8o
i. Jl.0Ogl.40 per bbl.: onions.
per dozen; yams,
toe per crate:
k.Wo. ef. ... .. '
lettuce. 11.0092.00 per btukct; becu. fl.wa
11.30 per 100 bunches; ftquetsh, 13.00 bb!.; aweec
potatoes. .l per bbl.; lima beaiw ISc pr
cranberries. 18c: cauliflower. fK3? sn
Jr twi ---wa -
Wisconsin Teachers Meet.
MADISON. Wis.. Feb. U. With a
large attendance and an attractive pro
gram, the annual convention of the
aouthern Wisconsin Teachers Assocla
Hon was opened here today, and will
be continued over tomorrow. Dr. M. J.
Sutherland, president of the White
water normal school. Is presiding over
Cafes Are Responsible.
NEW YORK. Feb. 14. Patrons of res.
taurants have become lerH sollcltour
about hats and coatH since the State
supreme court decided that proprietors
were responsible for all clothing left In
STATEMKXT OK TUB COMHTIOX F THE
Loyal Protective Insurance Company
of Boston, Massachusetts,
On the thirty-first day of "December, 1912. as required under the
District of Columbia Code, amended June 30, 1902, and August 18,
Capital Stock. ."
Capita Stock paid up, in cash
Cash in office
Cash in bank
Real estate mortgages (first Hen)
Stocks and Bonds (market value)
Premiums uncollected and in hands
Interest due and accrued
All other assets
Net unpaid claims- , 74,240.51
Reserve as required by law 5 92.S27.33
Borrowed money 5 -.'..'..". .
Re-insuraiife premiums $.. .....'.
Salaries, rents, expenses, taxes, etc $ 8,875.99
Coinm'ssions, brokerage, etc ..$...'....'..
Cfsh dividends remaining unpaid ?.....!...
Capital stock $100,000.66
All other liabilities: Accrued Taxes ..$ 5,071.00
Amount of risks assumed and character of business trans
acted during the year 1912 $4,890,650 00
Losses sustained during the year 1912 $ 309,078 41
Money received during the year 1912 $ 509,255.71
Expended during the year 1912 ; $ 531,064.40
(Signed) S. A. ALLEN. President.
.(Signed) F. R. PARKS, Secretary.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this twentieth
day of January, 1913.
(Signed) GEORGE W. CAMPBELL,
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YORK FINANCIAL NEWS
New York Market.
(By Timet'. Direct WIra.)
High. Low. p.m. Clot
Amalgamated Coppi 70H 68 70H . rOH
American Beet Suga 6V 35 35' 38
American Can 41, 40 41 I Jfl
American Can. pr..l25 124 124 1 1234
American Cotton On. 50 49H 50 49Vs
American Ice 8ecurlt 22M 22 22 I
American Locomotlvt 38Vi 3SH 38 I 38
American Smelting... 70 6PH 70 1 70
American Smelting. p:0i 105 105 1 10514
American Sugar & RiiiSH 115 115 I
American Tel. & Tel. 133 132 132 1 132
Anaconda... 36 55 35 3t$
Atchison 102 I02M 102 1 102
Bait. & Ohio'. lot 100 101 HOOK
Bethlehem Steel 36 36 39 I 36
B. F.Goodrich M 54 54 1 51
Brooklyn R. T SOU 884 89 I 88
California Petrol..... 54 S4U 54 1 54
Canadian Pacific .235 23314 235 1 233
Central Leather 23 28 28-127
Chen. & Onto 7tiVi 76 76 I 76
Chino Con. Copper.... 40 37 39 1 40
Chi., Mil. & St. P.....I09H lMi 109HIJ03
Chicago & N. W 135 135H 135H 1 135
Col. & South, com 29 20 29 I
CoL Fuel & Iron 36 35V4 3641 85
Consolidated Gas.....!34Vt IS3S 133 1 134
Corn Products 14 14 14 I 14
Del. & Hudson 161 161 161 1 161
Del., L,& West 415 415 415 I
Erie o 29 10 I M
General Electrics 140 ItOVi 140 H40
Goldfleld Cons., 2tt 2 2l 2
Great North, pfd 2S i27 128 1 128
Inter. Metro 17 17 17 I 19
InUr. Metro, pfd 62 62 62 I 61
Kan. City & South.... 25 25 25 124
Lehigh Valley 158 15S 158 1 158
Loose-Wiles com 37 37 37 I 37
Lduib. &, Nash .134M 133H 134 1 134
Mex. Petrol 71 71 71 I 71
Missouri Pacific 40VI 39 40 1 39
National Lead 52 51 52411 51
Nevada Con. Copper. 16 16M. 16 I 16
N. Y. Central. 106 105 106 1 105
N. Y.. N. H. & H 127 127 127 1 127
Norfolk & Western... 107 107 107 1 107
Northern Pacific 116 117 118 I US
People's Gas of Cbi.. Ill 111 111 I 111
Penn. R. R .119 119 119 119
Ray Con. Copper 1 17 M 18
Rep. Iron & Steel 25 25 25 I 35
Reading f 161 160 161 1 160
Rock Island, pfd 39H 39 39H I 39
Southern Pacific pM 100 101 1 101
Southern Railway. .. 26 26H 26 I 26
Tennessee Copper... S3 34 34 I 34
Union Pacific .157 155 157 1 156
U. S. Realty & Imp... 70 70 70 I
U. S. Rubber com 65 64 64 I 65
U. S. Steel .63 62M 64 I 62
U. S. Steel pf 108 108 108 106
Utah Copper 52 49 50: 51
Western Md 43H 43 42 I
W. Union Tel 71 71 71 I 71
Wis. Central 49 49 49 1 10
WoolWorth .102 01i 102 1 103
Am. Tobacco 4's 97 97 97141 97
Atchison Convt. 4's... 101 100 100 101
B. &. O. Gen. 4's.... V, f7 I 97
B. R. Tran. Con. 4's.. sr 88 88 I 88
1 C, B. & Q. Joint 4's... 15 95 fSl 95
C R. I. & Pac. 4's.... 64 C3 63 I 64
Inter. Met. 4's...
Sou. Railway 5's..
U. 8. Steel 2d 5'st.
.60 79 to I 89
.106 106 106 llOJ
.101 101 101 1 101
Women at Musicale
Oriental Council, Royal Arcanum, en
tertained the wives and daughters off
its members last night, in Old Masonic
Temple with a musical and literary pro
gram. The address of welcome was
made by Regent Henry O. Tegjeler, who
also Introduced the principal speaker of
the evening;, A. B. Keefer.
Amnno ThP nnmhr nn thn nv
Among tne numbers on the program
I as a cornet solo by Walter Keppler,
t piano solo by Prof. Norman EL Daley
. recitation by F. E,
Tin rtinil t eva I anln
w -c-.u t-.. ..-..i M.. i t... ...
rimiiv ujiBiiii, wwi jiuiuuer uy ViU-
lln oblagato by Miss Estelle Hcala and
Charles Seebofd. accompanied by Nor
man P. Hcala. the Carlln Orchestra, and
tne unentai yuartet. After the pro
gram was concluded refreshments were
e.j Eight Persons Indicted
By District Grand Jury
Indictments against eight persons
were returned aH follows by the grand
Jury to Criminal Court Xo. 1 today:
Grand larceny. Grare Kohler: depreca
tion of private property. Tames Ora-
hnm: robbery, John Rndman; nssault I
with intent to rommlt robberv Wi ll?m
"ell David Mo'en. and Charles H.
Smith: housebreaklnir and larceny,
William BraFs and Robert Hawkins
. -?100.000 00
.$ COO 00
of agents $
New York Market Is Dull, With
Small Changes and Some
NEW YORK, Feb. 14. The New
York Stock Market was dull today
and prices, while they sagged again,
made no such recessions as were seen
yesterday.- The copper stocks' wero
under pressure and were the heaviest
losers. Their losses ran from a point
and a -quarter to 2 points,
"",r,,T" . '. J,"'"lB' .. .
Auvices irom .uonuon are mat tne rto Washington In 1891.
United Metals Selling Company and ! Dr. AsplnwaJI Is survived by his wid
the American Smelting and Refrlger- ?.w. , three sons, Harry. Louis, and
. T i Wnrtliwv AsnlnWall anil a AmilffHtr.
aung company, nave reduced their
prices for electrolytic copper both In
London and In Germany. The extent
of the reduction by the Amalgamated
interest was not stated but the cut
by the American Smelting and Refrig
erating Company amounts to prac
tically 1 cent a pound to the equiva
lent of 15.40 cents to 1S.E0 tor March
and April delivery as far as can be
learned neither of the companies men
tioned has altered prices here, which
have been on the basis of 16 cents.
Further prosecution of the Hard Coal
trust by the Federal Government In the
suit begun at Trenton tooay against the
Lackawanna railroad ana coal com -
panles had the effect of drooplns- the
stock from 420 to 415.
1 A few gains were seen in the list, es
pecially In the American stocks. The
common and preferred each gained 'a
point and a quarter. Canadian Pacific,
reflecting a better feeling abroad;
Chesapeake and Ohio. New York Cen
tral, General Electric. Colorado Fuel,
and corn pro also recorded s-alns.
T. Tin... .kit. V -. ...--. r 1-
ThSISKbKlSO8S,O0SXlr.Prf" -f St. Dominic's Convent, who
for six months ended December 31. re-. ded yesterday at the convent alter an
porta Increase In net earnings of 1,099,- j Illness of -three years, at St. Dominic's
If1 ?". an Increase in surplus of I church-tomorowmornlng by Jthe .Very
sE7-815-- ' Rev. TO "J. Kennedy, -of Catholic Unl-
The governing committee of the Newtverslty. Father J. F. Kearney, of Zanes
Tork Stock Exchange has adopted new ville, Ohio, a classmate'of the deceased,
rules directed particularly against will preach the sermon. Interment will
brokers carrying accounts without be at ML Olivet Cemetery,
adequate margins. Improper hypotheca- Father O'Rourke was born in tnjls city
tlon of customers' securities and reck-, in 1872. He attended Georgetown Unt
leaa dealing. , vcrslty and later St. Rose Convent.
The subtreasury gained $1,31,000 from ! Springfield. Ky. He received hla order
the banks, making cash net gain since at St. Joseph Convent. Somerset, Ohio,
last Friday 6,291.000. ' in 1896. Soon afterwards he was as-
t-ignt hundred thousand dollars was
withdrawn from the subtreasurv this
I rooming for shipment to South Amer-
. Gets Absolute Divorce.
An absolute divorce has been granted
to Mrs. Elizabeth Cheatham from Hes-
ton A. Cheatham by Justice Barnard in
Equity Court No. 1. A peculiar Inci- verslty Hospital wednesaay, auer an
dent of the case was the testimony of Illness of three months, were con
Mrs. Cheatham to the effect that her ducted this morning at St. Patrick-'s
husband had represented to her before Church, where reoutem mass was said,
the marriage that he waa a retired Interment was private. Mr. Conlon was
gambler, but. she alleged, she subse- for many years an employe of the
quently learned that he was a gamblers Patent Office.
As an out-of-town creditor has been pressing for pay
ment it was deemed advisable to ask for the appointment
of a temporary receiver for the protection of all interested.
Hotel Powhatan is entirely solvent, doing a large and
profitable business, and will be continued under the man
agement of Mr. Clifford M. Lewis, who will conduct it on
the same high standard which has made it so popular.
That Is Adequate
Id Every Detail
is offered YOU by this
old-established and con-
Conference invited with
those desirous of forming
a sound and satisfactory
for our customers.
Travelers' Checks, Let
ters of Credit, and Foreign
ENN AVE..OPH. U. 8. TItEASUKV
f(ew Trrk Stnek ExeaaasHL
Usisbera WaahlngtDn Htoek Eschaaea,
i..aicace iiouru m aiu
V VOCAl. STOCK.
f soht ana soM aa ssme
t fsTorable terms as ire oaTar
tar tradlna la Near TarB
ii r. V
!?.O0( f)r II
J stacka and baaoVa.
QAMr. ROYAL E. WHITMAN.
Tile funeral f Cspt. Royal ttmerswi
WhllffXin, (, fl A raWrcxt, Who dlM at
III inmtf, lf MWhtitu avenue,
Wfrtft?. m tonluciel ihl after-
Wi'lft from ill" Wim. imermtnt WIIB ut
Anwlm, tVpfLffi Whitman ntrl
!,li Htm? hi IVrZ M0 fiiil IMtnnt in th
feHlMhifti Mln Votumm. U
tmmhi lhf6Hh IU? civil r, nd w
liHmUtlKii lllllll li rturhmri W.n nrnt
Mhhf tin fflr4 tt) Wt, tit Is urv
tivMi nv ihr" "i-iyf- turvin wut
wh mat ti-my Whitman, ut nw
York, mn W. n. Whitman, of ihl iMy.
REV. i. A. ASPINWALL
VKt prvian tor Uw 1lv. J, A,
Anplnwflll, relor n1tM ot Jt
VlionW KilwJpl Church, who 4M
ympCerilMy- hUmmhm nt Mn rUivx,
17 r'uporit clrfcl, aftiir n lllnx ot
two wibvwlll he eon'luctM utmorrttw
ntitrumm from ;n church ot whlh
ho was rector. Informant will t intuit
on Munda In arenwo4 Ctmtry,
UrooMyn. N. Y.
Dr. ANplnwall wiw lKrn in New YorJt
city. In U40, Uv was the uon of Wlt
llam If. A.plnwAll. builder ot the Pan'
anu ntllroad, and president ot the 1'a
clric Mall Hteamshlp Company tor
number of year. Dr. Asplnwall was
graduate of the Episcopal Theological
Seminary, At Gambler, Ohio, ile waa
rector of, Christ Church, Bay Itidge,
iL. I for twenty-one years. He came
and a daughter.
Mrs. Anna 'Cnapin.
DR. H. D. GEDDINGS.
The funeral of Dr. H. D. Geddlngs.
of the United States Health and Ma
rine Service, who died at his home In
Florence Court, last night, will be held
tomorrow afternoon at the residence.
The burial will be at Olenwood Cem
etery. Dr. Geddlngs waa born in Charleston.
S. C. in 1859. He entered the health
l service when a young man, saw ser-.
vice la many ioreijn varus. unaer
the late Da. Walter Wyman, he was a
slstaht surgeon general.
1 Dr. Headings la survivea by ms wire.
two brothers. Dr. Richard Geddlngs. of
this city, and Major Edward Geddlngs
U. 8. A., and a step-son, William N.
REV. T. P. 0'ROURKE.
Solemn high requiem man will be
said for the Rev. T. P. O'Rourke, form-
signed to St. Dominic's parian.
ivii)i- iTnnirVe la survived bv a
brother, John O'Rourke. of HaverHUI.
Mass., who la on his way to attend the
The "funeral services for Michael Con-
Ion. who died at the Georgetown uni-
a Small Deposit
does not necessitate begin
ning in a small bank. This is
a big bank, but it invites ac
counts of every size. Let us
SAME KITE f Intercut onl.l
on tiith In rue anil small nccounti.
National avin ' and
Corner 15th and N Y. Ave
The Safest Investments
Are those that do not fluctuate during tlu
turbed conditions o( tne money or stock mar
kets First deed ot trust notes (first mort
caces). well iecured on real etate In the
lJIStrlct of Columbia, constitute "silt-ede"
Investments. They do not depend uon th
tl'ianclal responsibility of lndllduals or cor
porations for their stnblllt. and are exempt
from taxation as personal property We can
supply sugh !nestmtnts in amounts from
SS0O upward. Send for booklet, "(.oncernlas
Loans and Investments."
SWARTZELL, RHEEM &
OT'UTH STREET N. TF.
If You WANT
use a WANT AD
THOI. J. OWEN BON. Auctions.
TKL'BTEES- BALE OF FRAME DWELLING
MO. 17K OHEOON AVBXUE NORTH
WBBT. Ily virtu of a rtsln dtl of trust duly
ron1sl in Ubtr J7st folio IIS et n. x
of lbs Lsn4 JUcord for th District of Co
lumbia and at h r4ttat of th psrty s.
eursd thsrsby ,lh undsrstcnstl trustees will
Mil t public suction In (root of lh prsra
Iss on Katurdar, th Itth dr of February,
IW. at For o'rfcr F. U.. the followfn
described tend end premises situate la the
District or (XlombU known as Lot leUeewd
"" In H. Krudr'a Dubdlrlston , LoU
1 t u to uare 142 s the aame la r?
rrded In liak C IL ., Paae 1, ta tl C
tee at lit Mwveyor f4 tt District ot C-
'Tmwtvtmt a--,hl Mmit LafinM l VTL MM9
! yrsr. Mcufad t,r a deed ot Inset 'M ta
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Wlirty M all caalkst pwrdsaacra -flop,
tH deposit required at time M aele.
Bel ta be rt-ieed wlOslo Hfteea days tr e-
Ooyeysfu, .. at W'
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Phone Main 5260
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Washington Time aa detailed, aad that the
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themoniber of copies of The Tlmea which are
sold, delivered, furnished, or. malted t beets
Ode purchasers or subscribers.
E. C. ROOKS.
AdYerastne; Ona r.
District of Columbia, as: - t
Subscribed aad awejrn to before mo this
1st day at Tsbruarr. a. D. ix -
THOMAS C. W1LLM,
(Seal) Notary PuhUe.
! Do' You Want to 1
Buy or Sell
A HORSE, '
Use the .CLASSIFIED
COLUMNS OF THE
and get quick responss.
H-l-I-M-!! I I I II I ilHM-Hi
LEADING LIQUOR DEALER,
616-618 F ST. N. W.
Telephone orders given rrompt atten
tion. Main 5494.
OUR LEADER IS
79C PER QUART.
b'dUffactlon guaranteed or money
PROMPT AND POLITE
When your purchases amount to K.M
'e sire you J1.50 rebate In trad.
Cooper's Art Shops,
1KI G St. and 1M0 New York Ave.
I'lCTritEsS ADD A CHARM TO
ALEXANDER'S COLORED PHOTO
GRAPHS SI'ECIAL PRICE tl.
Monthly PressIr.R Rate.
Phone Main 3111
And Wajon !!! CalL
"LA MODE" CI EANING CO..
HOS Eye st. N V
FOR INFORMATION of DRLGLESS HEAL
ING THAT CURES !( e SERIOUS IN
CURABLE (so-callfdl UI3EASES of MAN
KIND. READ my BOOKLET. F01 INVA
LIDS. It will do VOU GOOD. M YEAR.-T
tthe last ten In this clty EXPERIENCE
wlih this WONDERFULLY SUCUEjWFUL
METHOD Is at YOUR SERVICE. BOOK
LET and CONSULTATION FREE. LADY
ASSISTANT. Hours. 10 a. m. to S p. m.;
Sundays. 11 to 1.
PROF. It. N. D. PARKER.
ltd th St. N. W.
nrapiRATE chronic cases soucrrao
"""r. earameta of erery variety! The
DOLLY KAD1SON ktert-Jnl, 41 lb, 72? r
llUt-at. Phono order M. StM, - ' , T
Wi,AT?? PEHHO.N8 WHO ,W1T.NEBKD
accident ta waasag on cr.ea-tnn7 y.
and Q K. w, onjunetr .-nboar jj- mT
when aoe waa thrown violently to Hoor r
car, pleaee curaraonlcate with H. HcjSxvh
B8T ADVERTUIJfO SPECIALTIES , akJ
jro ?-t- LM GEOHO-J.W. JOBM
aXove: Laueke farnace work.
MJrlna. MX asd Scitk X. W.
LOS. AND FOUND
LOffT-Watek. Febraary IX
en route from
-2,kJB,J?1?. "? '"b
retora t :
T" . -?!! . Mucnj reward rtm
iaa n B " "
B at. 8. W.
"" .necapiec. lost Feornarr M. be-
Twassasae larsa. nat ri va.-r m i
" .. SWMIUC. lel KTillH. UMMI h
man ir ntumea in lsrs Vnn, n n ..-
WlLLUMl. . jsc-
lOTT-fiM. gold" loWs knot brooch with
diamond ettlsc hetwam -l utL"
reward u meraed to Sd Md. ara. ne s e
. ..K ,
M1"-0? btSar between Poll's The.
ur and m Ham. av. .. pair of iitd
1"'" ta es. Batorn to Mf Mass.
are, aad get reward. r
LOT,wt1, eBJ,, Smered Heart
noedal. February m. w. P. B. 120 H M.
black psjnr muff.
BOX M. Times office.
LOrr-VJetoKy of 7th aad T iU N. W.. roll
rm'Zt&w TZ2-- ST1!0 "turn to
t. P. BOTCBL MM P St. y. Ty. i
IJtTT Bctwmsj Cesweetient are. and R at.
aad the Kierebam Hotel, one straight white
alarctte and oo black curly aigrette. Re
ward. CommtmleaU with BOX M. Tlmea of-
tOST-Poeketbook. seaall black, leather. Hssst
wltt bine: contained about ; lost between
Dopoat Circle aad mi S ae. Finder will
reeeiee reward If returned to 1T11 JJ. W.
XO0T Lady's sid brooch, set with pearls
flre. near ColuraWa -Theatre.
Conneetlort avy. from n to Dovoat Clreli:
Kth sc. near Tea Cup Inn. or lUr C from
H to Tbeeaai ' Orela. Raward offered by
JOHN X. HKTLv
. m ih t. n. w.
LOST A small trass leatnxr Bum !.
la Mil and change. Beward U fetBroed to
dealt at Rocbambeau. 1
tOeTT CbUle with sew yellow mussje; tag
no. . ueerai reward. s k. su :, W.
XjOST Dtamoad ring; valMd at Be, rinder
please return to UM North Carollaa, are.
LOST Between Tyosiiag ssartmaDta and
JUt Leroy pL. one dlamoim asd sapphire
earring, rinder apply ZU1 Le Boy place
for reward. ie
L08T Bag. larn blacky oasUlalsg M; en
1Mb St.. bet. M asdTJ ats. Reward Tetars
W. B. Crowell. the Korthmnbertaad.
FOUND 1 bunch of keys. I vaHea. 1 odd
Stove. S umbrellas. 1 maff. 1 plac 1 book.
t pair glorea. 1 salt case. pair rubbers. I
slljwer. 1 hat. THr5oTO!TWXnAU
LOST PeaasylTanla, mileafs book contalaiaar
about W mile. Wedaesday shew $J p.
m.. between Thomas aad Iowa aretes. Lib
eral rtwardlf returned to M F at.-N. Vf.
zxKa. J- ' '' sod SealD Trastmeai.
AND ASSISTANT. MB. DW..2d floor.
MIKKOR BEAUTT PARLORS as LNSmOIX
sn w at- it. w.
HalrdreaalnK. jssjIctIbk, Chlroeody.
IfTQCi IVWTT.O AND ASBI8TANT.
JSX.J.kjj I ii II t hfaajcasiaa; aad 8ek
Treatment. MS N. T. are.. Sd Boor. Hra. 9 tu i
Pace and Scalp Specialist.
MS nth at. N. W. (Top floor, r
U St. K. Vf..
Bare you dlstresalsa; Eczema, la any staffs
pimples, eruptions, facial blemishes, or ear
acute sc-cauea on cnronic ineurabi
at the Skin or Blood? If so, consult Dr.
NICHOLSON, an experienced Specialist, at
U65 Htat. N. W. Phone M. IK. 1
71 7th St. N. W Apt. L Ph. Mam 7U6.
KISS JAMRRON. Manicure, face nnsssaw.
and scalp treatment. ISA Q at. N. W.. tod
Boor front. Hours troai 10 a. av ta ( p. m.
DRESSMAKER Tsunc lady wlahes dreas-
maklnc or plain sewlns In private family:
good reference. Call IIS pakdsle pL K. W.
PAINTER, paperhanger. plasterer, .wants
work; rooms papered 13.50: nalntlntv B:
eltr or country. S. OOLDBLATT. T01 JU aw.
Male and Female.
MAN AND WIFE (colored) as butler-nosse-man
and chambermaid. Bluemont. Va.; tX
to couple: also porters, cleaners.
1011 New Tork Ave.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
ASSISTANT In dentist's office; brtsjht younr
woman. 71S 11th at. N. W.
APPRENTICES to learn French dresacut-
tlnf. dressmaklnt-. delsln(. and ir.HU
nery: rood poaltlona furnished after learn
ing;. New York Mllllncrr Academy, UU O at.
APPRENTICE GIRL DRESSMAKER.
U st. N. W.
COOK Good waves; ro noma nlfhts.
Garfield st. N. W.
CHAMBERMAID, waitress, cook. 10 lrontrs.
colored: also white nantrr maid for hotel.
EUREKA AGENCY. Mil N. T. ae.
GIRL Colored for general housework: ho
washlnir. Call CO 5th st. JC. W.
GIRL Good colored, with feference. KO 4th
si. r. Zi.
steady work. V33 G st.
MILLINERY PREPARER and apprentice.
Apply to FLEMING. 1517 H St. N W
"WANTED Mlddle-ar-d white lady to take
care or three children; must stay munis:
references required; good pay for rlcht part).
HIT K N. E.
WOMAN Settled, colored, for ceneral house
work: reference. 1018 Hth St. N. Vj.
YOUNG LADY, to wait on cafe.
711 Tth St.
TOUNG WOMAN CANVA83ER on splendid
proposition: moderate salary to start with.
Increase based on actual work produced. Ap
ply afternoons between I and 1 o'clock, ta
Room Cl Munaey Bids;.
HELP WANTED MALE
A Big Proposition to
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talk It over at The Tlmea an Saturday.
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partment ot The Washington Times
Saturday morning at :K.
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you to start. All the capital you ased
is the willingness ta work.
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to VO O at. R. E. DOA.V. "turned
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