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THE WASHINGTON l TBIES.5 SATURDAYS 3IARCH " 1913.
ft FOR INAUGURAL
Public Comfort Committee Is
Swamped With Requests for
Rooms in District.
(a3Cd 1SJU U10JJ panuuuoo)
t the ieiuest of President-elect Wil-1
boo. inis lequcsi is lancn to mean
that 5Ir. Wilson has selected his
Cabinet and is reserving- for them and
their .wives these seats.
"When Mr. -Wilson arrives Monday
afternoon he will be greeted by Chair
man Thomas "Nelson Page, of the re
ception committee. Most of the other
members of the committee will wait
in -the Union Station reception room.
Dr. Page will extend a greeting to
the President-elect, who M then be
Introduced to the other committee
men. He will be taken directly to the
Shoreham Hotel, where he will be the
guest of his cousin. John Wilson.
The Presidential train, bearing the
"Wilson, family and the Princeton
students,, is due here at S:45 o'clock
Monday afternoon. The committee will
be on hand at 3:15 o'clock.
The Essex troop, which arrives
Monday.Nand the Princeton students,
will eBcort the Wilson carriage to the
Will Be Guest At Smoker.
In the early evening ,the President
elect will dine with his family at a
private dinner In the Shoreham Hotel.
Then In the evening he will attend
the Princeton alumni smoker at the
"Willard HoteL No speeches are
scheduled, and only Princeton gradu
ates will attend.
Bryan Coming Monday.
William Jennings Brian will arrive
at 8:45 o'clock Monday morning and will
be escorted to the New Willard Hotfl
by a special recaption committee. Gov
fftrsstT Craig of North Carolina, and Jo
sephus Daniels also arirve Monday, and
will be given a reception by the Nortli
Carolina Club Monday night Chair
man William F. McCombs, of the Dem
ocratic national committee, asrives tomorrow.-
Resolutions thanking M. I. Weller,
chairman" of the public comfort com
mittee, for the recognition extended
Columbia Lodge, No. 174, International
Association of Machinists, in composing
the list of committee members, were
adopted by the organization at Its last
Give Arrival Dates
Of Inaugural Marchers
The special schedules arranged by the
Baltimore and Ohio railroad to date
on account of inauguration travel.
and the time of arrival in Washington,
March 1 The Gottfried Krueger As
sociation, Newark, N. J.. 333 people,
special train, arrive at 6:10 p. m.;
Marsters tour. New York, fifty people,
special car, arrive 1 p. m.
March 2 New Tork First Cavalry, 120
people, and 120 horses, special train, ar
rive 6a. m.; Massachusetts Coast Ar
tillery Corps, 1.000 men,- CoL W E. Lom
bard, two1 special trains," arrive' at noon;
the Eighth Massachusetts Regiment,
650 men, -under command of col. E. L.
gweetser, two. special trains, will arrive
1 p. ,m.: Massachusetts militia. Wor
cester. Mass., 100 people, special cars
on regular train, will arrive at 1:18 p. m.
Miss Dennlson party, from Philadel
phia, special cars on regular train, will
arrive 1:18 p. m.; Troop D. Massachu
setts Volunteer militia, sixty people,
special cars on regular train, will ar
rive 3:55 p. m.
The Illinois Equal Suffrage Association,
100 women, special train will arrive 5
p. m.7 Richmond county Democratic'
organization, New York, fifty people,
special cars on regular train will ar
rive 5:20 p. m.; Massachusetts Demo
cratic State Committee. 130 people spe
cial train will arrive at 5:25 p. m.; Wood
row Wilson emocratic League, Newark,
N. J., 135 people, special train will ar
rive G:30 p. m.; New York Thirteenth
Coast Artillery. 1.000 men, two special
trains, will arrive S p. m.; the Boston
Fusslier Corps. fifty people, special cars
on regular train, will arrive 10:50 p. m.
Maine National Guard, Twelfth Com
pany Coast Artillery Corps, fiftv people,
special car on regular train will arrive
at 11:50 p. m.
March 3 Oklamoha delegation, 125
people, special train will arrive 7:30 a.
m: the Essex Troop of New Jersey,
personal escort of President Wilson;
Fifth Massachusetts Regiment, 550 men,
sRccial trains will arrive 1:00 p. m.;
Thirteenth Coast Artillery of New York,
special trains will arrive 1:00 p. m.;
Maryland National Guard, Brigade head
quarters, special trains will arrive 4:00
Temperance Pioneer Corps, South
Bethlehem. Pa., 50 people, special car
en regular train, will arrive 4:oo p. ni.;
Massachusetts Democratic State Com
mlttee. 160 people, special train will ar
rive 5:30 p. m.. Maryland National
Guard, First regiment, companies scat
tered, will arrive 6:00 p. m.; Maryland
Naval Brigade, special train will arrive
7:00 p. in.. Fifth Maryland regiment.
lO") m"n, under command of Colonel
Rawlins:, special train will arrive 7:30
p. m.; Fourth Maryland regiment. 600
men. under command of Colonel Little,
special train will arrive 10 p. in.; special
party from Hazelton. Pa.. 30 people,
special car on regular train will arrive
11:55 p. m.
March 4 Democratic Club of Phila
delphia, 100 people, special train will
arrive 6:00 a. m. Democratic Club of
Reading-. Pa., special train will ar
rlve 7.00 a. in. Hudson County Dem
ocratic Committee, 135 people, special
trains wMl arrive 7:00 a. in Wilynn
Club of Reading. Pa.. 135 people, spe
cial train will arrive 7:00 a. m.- Le
hlKh Democratic Club. Allcntown. I'a..
140 people, special train will an lie
7:00 a m. Bayonne, N. J.. Democratic
Club, 13.1 people, special train will
arrive 7.00 a. m. The Duvkwortn
Club of Cincinnati. 200 people, will
arrive lit special train 7 "So a in.
Tammany Hall Delegation, New York.
125 people, special train will arrive
J:00 a. ni. Eleventh Ward Deinornttir
League, Wilmington, Del., 100 people,
special train will- arrive s:0 i m
Hudson County Grand Jury. New
York, 25 people, special car n ri?u
lar train will arrive 8:00 a. m. First
Maryland Regiment, separate com
panies, 200 mn. special train will
arrive 1000 a. m. Pea body HelKhts
Association and Excursionists. Haiti
more, epe-UU train will arrive 10:00
a, m. Democratic Club of Baltimore.
2,500 people, special trains wl'l arrive
between 10:00 and 11:00 a. ni
The Vice President-elect dos not
want a body guard of any kind or
description. Furthermore, he positively
refuses to let one be thrust on him un
der any circumstances.
This was, made verv clear when he
arrived at the Shoreham Hotel, where
the Governor and Mrs. Marshall will
live, during their four years stay in
"Washington, and found the corridors
leading to his suite flanked by a score
or more of private detectives and ama
teur sleuths that had been specially
hired bv the hotel management. In the
corridors and lobby on the first floor
wcie the central office men, several of
whom have been detailed at every large
hotel In the city. On the outside were
the uniformed men.
Whenever the governor or Mrs. Mar
shall left their apartment one of the
"house dctcctlvi-s" was right on their
1 eels. Governor Marshall found that
It was virtually impossible to get
iliavcd even without the aid of a de
tective. He tried other elevators and
other entrances, but one was always
light behind him.
The governor stood it as long as he
could which was agout fifteen minutes.
He went to the management and told
them to call ofT the sleuths. He made
it verv clear that the anangements for
safeguarding the Vice President-elect
had not made a "hit" with him. In
fuel, he considered the whole business
as entirely unnecessary. In conse
quence twentv or more "private detec
tives" .-.re todav looking for other jobs.
Old Jackson Banner
Will Be Carried in
Marching at the head of the civic
organization division of the inaugural
parade and carrying the most historic
banner In the great procession, wilt be
the only District organization in the
order of formation. This will be the
Young Men's Democratic Club, a color
guard of which will carry the banner
of the Jackson Democratic Association
of the District. This banner was car
lied in the Inaugural parades following
the induction into office of Pierce and
King, In 1853; Buchannan and Breck
tnrldge. in 1S57; Cleveland and Hend
ricks, in 1885, and Cleveland and Stev
enson, in 1833.
It will be the fifth time that the
banner has been carried in trlupm up
the avenue at the inagural of a Demo
cratic President. The Young Men's
Democratic Club will carry it's own
banner which was seen on the avenuo
at the two Cleveland inaugurals.
Linker With Jackson's Time.
The Jackson banner, the most his
toric of the entire parade, was presented
to the Jackson association in 1852, by
The YLadies of Philadelphia." This
was twenty years after the organization
of the Jackson Association in 1S32. and
the banner is accordingly a link be
tween the Washington of Andrew Jack
son's time and the Washington of the
Woodrow Wilson regime, between which
nearlv a century has intervened.
The Young Men's Democratic Club,
which was organized In 1881, now con;
tains some qultu elderly "young men.
Since lbS4, twenty-nine years have
elapl-ed, and men who might reasonably
call themselves young then, are now
old, without any qualification or doubt.
Will Have 200 In Line.
The Young Men's Democratic Club
will have 200 to 250 men in line in the
parade, all of them in uniform coats
and silk hats. John J Nolan is Parade
marshal and J. Fred Kelley. the presi
dent will march with him at the van.
The other officers of the club .are
James L. Skldmore. first vies president.
George C. Montgomery, financial sec
retary: William J. Neale. secretary
William McK. Clayton, tecond vice
president, and H. O. Mlddleton. treas
urer. Visiting Masons Will
Be Entertained by
n---rQne District -Lodge
Members of the Masonic Fraternity
attending the Inauguration exercises
will be specially entertained at Masonic
Temple Monday night by Pentalpha
Lodge. No. 23. F- A. A. M. This Is the
ontt lodge that has not "called off" its
mating during the inaugural period.
Worshipful Master Paul Schureman
has arranged a special musical and llt
crarv program in addition to the regular
work of the evening. Richard Backing
the well-known young Washington
tenor, will render several solos, with
Oscar Franklin Comstock at the Pipe
Prior to the social session, the fellow
crfift degree will be conferred upon sev
eral candidates by Junior Warden J.
Henri Wagner and Senior Deacon A. R.
Visiting ' members of the order from
other jurisdictions are requested to pre
sent themselves at the temple as soon
after 7 o'clock as possible.
Open Inaugural Week.
The buildings of the Smtthsoniajj In
stitution and the National Museum
will be open to the -public during In
auguration week. March 3 to 8 In
clusive, from 8:30 a. m. to 4:30 p. m.
Verdict From Union.
EAST ORANGE, N J . March l.-Sf-bastlpro
Torivano won a verdict for
J273.75 from Hi" Hud Carriers' Benpvo
ient and Protect've i'nlon because it
kept him out of work for-failing to pay
a 15 fine.
BALTIMORE & OHIO
" Every Hour on the Hour "
To and from
TIcketN Ciuod on All Trains
TK'KBTh ;OOD TWO IJAS,
Including Date of Sale.
$1.25 Itot MITItll'
Ticket Good Going on atiirilaK
ml Sundn Good Upturning
Unlll U:fl() A. M Train, Momlny
Atlantic City, N. J.
ttt A TTTST T"T Fl. James PI
XX. inn 8.xlal sprlnc ratei.
Open all jear
iou anient to all amnso-
jiii. r. nuivNiAH.
PiTN ATP. oean Axenue near lieacb.
DUJ.1 XAXb gp.ui gprnK tHiem fs m S19
weekly. Hits. J. II. UA1TTIXGER.
Hotel Kentucky bVa,c,h.tk6r.'enef;
ception of kusI. K up dally; tlO up weekly.
AttTIIIjn O. FUANCKLE.
IVV roTTAGK. Hlates ae. KpecliI ratei
for Ivrnt and Easier; near all attractions.
T- ,. 41I..1, A ..
taiSOll special vvjntor rates. Edw,
nr. Beach. Home comfuris.
WASHINGTON AND NEW
NEW YORK STOCK
PRICES HOLD WELL
Leaders Show Small Losses,
But Do Not Infllence Most of
List Coppers Strong.
NEW YORK. March 1. The New
York stock market was dull a;aln to
tlay and there was the same disposition
tn let matters drift until after inau
guration, as was evident yesterday.
Prices held well in most of the list and
there was decided strength in the cop
per stocks. Steel, Union, and Reading
did not furnish a key to the majority
of stocks. Each og these closed frac
tionally low. Southern Pacific showed
a small gain. A similar condition ob
tained "on the London exchange this
morning, and there were no material
changes either way.
The weekly actual bank statement, is
sued todav showed the following
changes: Surplus, decreased, J1O.483.4O0;
loans. Increased. $11,893,000; specie, de
creased, JS.757.000; legals, Increased, 196.
000; deposits. Increased, $8,874,000; circu
lation, increased, Jlo.OCO; surplus reserve.
"it is "reported that the powers have
agreed on a $30,000,000 loan for Chinese
railroads. A London dispatch-says that
peace is near In the Balkans, and that
Turkey will Intrust her cause to the
Regarding the institution of a suit
against the Corn Products Refining
Company by the Government. President
E. T. Bedford, of the Corn Products
Companv, this morning Issued the fol
lowing statement: "The filing of a bill
by the Government against the com
pany Is certainly a big surprise. I un
derstand it is their contention the sev
eral reorganizations, which Includes
that of the Corn Products Refining
Company, form an attempt at monopoli
zation. It Is generally known these
were necessitated as a result of over
production, and acts of the sharehold
ers. In result, they .conclusively proved
this is an Industry, consuming little
more than 1 per cent of the corn pro
duced, that cannot be monopolized, but
these acts of our predecessors the pres
ent management of this company can
not be held responsible for."
Wholesale Produce Market
. ...-t... , to.r?i(V.' tCinithrn 1i
Cheetc New York, new 50c lb.: at, 30c.
Butter-Elgin print, tie lb.: tub. 40c per
lb.: process. Kc lb.
IJe Poultry-Hens. 1491Hc per lb.: roos.
ters. U'ie per lb.: turke. 2c per lb.:
chickens. larte. 3K?rc per lb.: medium. Ws
Dressed' Toultry Turkeis. 2914c per lb.;
hens, 18617c per lb.: ducks. ISo per lb.;
per lb.; chickens, 2Uic per lb. ..
Green fruItn-Callfornla oranges, K.V&SM
per box: lemons. J4.10 per box: pineapples, per
crate C4O8J.S0; Florida, grapefruit. W.W per
box: tangerines. Jit3t60 per box; spples.
"jlKats. Dressed-Ughtwelght pork. HSUtfc
per lh.; heavier, lie.
Vegetables Potatoes, Mc per bu,; celery, 40:
per dozen: yams, SOcifll.40 per bbl.: onions,
fcc per crate: cabbage. 75c per ICO lbs.:
lettuce. 90cBJ1.60 per basket: beets. .
J1.40 per 100 bunches: squash, 11.35 bbl.: sweet
potatoes, IMS per bu.: lima beans. 16c pr
qt-: cranberries. c: cauliflower. IL008M
New York Curb Market.
Fornlshad to Tba Washington Time b
Harriman Co.. New Tork: Q B. Chlprat
manager locel branch. Colorado Building.
Anclo Am. Oil 114 lVi
Bay State Gas
Bradtn Copper 8?
British Col. Copper jjS
International Rubber 8
Chicago Subway 2
Cobalt Lake . 4o
Glroux Mining i
Kerr Lake -i
La Rose Con -!i
Manhattan Transit If,
Nlplsslng Mines 8si
Ohio Coppei M
Porcupine Gold J3
Standard Oil N. J 371
Tonopah Belmont 7
Tonopah Mng. of Nevada 54
Trl Bullion iTc
United Cigar Stores 101
United Cigar Stores pfd 113
Tukon Gold ' 3
On Sherman Ave. &
Columbia Rd. N. W.
TO INSPECT Take any llth street tar going northwest, get off at
f'olumbla load, and walk fine square east, or any llth street car going
northwnst. get off at Columbia roHd, and walk three squares cast, or
any Ninth stieet car going northwest, get off at Columbia road and
walk one square west.
SHANNON & LUCHS
713 14th Street N.W.
Look for Our Greeji and White Sign
New York Market.
(Br Times' Direct Wire.)
Amalgamated Copp. iM. CSH KlKftiSH
American Beet Suga ZiH :5?l 35HI
American Can 3tt 35U 35H I :5i
American Can, pr...!V 12Vi 12tVill2tVt
Aner. C. & F. com. 49 49i 45 (
American C. & F., pr.U6 lit! 116 I
American Ice Secuflt 24H 24U 24V I 24W
American Lbcomotivi 35H Zbi 3SVi I 35S
American Smelting... tfRi iST SSPa I, 6SH
American Smelting, rt03t4 I03H 10Jv 1 104
American Tel. & Tel. 132K 132H 132 I IXM
American Tobacco, pilot 104 104 1 104
Anaconda 26U 35H SOU I 351
Atchison ....102 101 Ji 102 1 1014
Am. Writ. Paper pf... 26H 28 28 h I 2S
Atlantic Coast Line.. 125 125 125 I
BalL &. Ohio 101
lOtfV 1C0H 1 101
Bethlehem Steel 26U
B. F. Goodrich 41
Brooklyn R. T S9U
California Petrol 50H
41 41 I
9 89U I
49 50 I &0s
..231V4 aiH 231W I 231
..2S4 2SU ISVil 2SH
Cen. Leather pf.
. cow reu
. 36Ti 37Vt
. 15- 15
KM ! MVt
Chlno Con. Copper.
SSUl 37 !i
Chicago & Q. W....
15 I '15
Chicago & N. W....
Chi., Mil. & St. P..
C, Mil. & St. P. pf.
Col. & South, com..
.13614 13Vi 13tt 1 13a
,103 103Vi 10SH 1 109
,:33Vi 13SK 13SV4 1 13SH
2D- 26 2J I
CoL Fuel & Iron
33-i 33i 33! S4H
Consolidated Gas..J32V4 131M J32MJ1SM
I'li 12 1214 1
Del. & Hudson
Erie 1st pfd
Great North, pfd...
Great North. Ore...
..160H 160H 160 W I
..Im 27 274l7tt
:.. 43V4 434 43HH43H
,:.t39Ul39 ,139 1139
:r.zv 8.&2i J
.. 126 I26V4 12tiU K6H
.. 35V4 15V4 35l"3iH
J23 123 123 1
.'. 174 i7 1: H
lntar. Metro, pfd
...Mt4 58 58 I 59H
Inter. Harvester .lOf 107 107 1074
,.- ,, r. a nfrl HIU 60 V4 604 604
Lehigh Valley 1564 I55i 1564 1 1M4
Louis. & Nash .133H 113 "A I 3W
Loose-Wiles com 34 34 34 135
MC Petrol 70V4 69 70 I .OH
M. St. P. & S. S. M.13J14 1364 13t14 1 135H
iT Ti- 1. T 2SH 25H I5HI 254
Missouri Pacific J33T 37H 37?. j
VM-ada Con. Copper. 174 KVc tftt I
N Y. Central 10SH IWV iut 1
N Y.. N. H. & H 120 K64 1264 I
Kational Biscuit cornllali H& Ui I
Norfolk & Western... 1054 1054 1054 I low
Northern Pacific 116 lis " "
Penn. R. R K0V UM- 0H
Pres.S.Carcom 27 564-7 27
Ray Con. Copper 18 !. 4
n.n oiui Cn,lnn n !9 29 29 I
IU111 oi.cc! ji. .- ,.- i icni
.131 ! Jiw7 ' """
Rock Island, pfd.,
So. Rwy pf
Texas & Pacific.
22 I 22
38 I 384
89 I 9i
U. S. Rubber com
. . .153V. 152 152 1 153
,...62 62 62 I 624
eiU iVIV4 0l 60H
If. S. Steel.
3- 0... - - -7 ; ,.,-.
U. S. Steel pf ! "7 ".r In'
..!. S UU 624 54 I 52
Va.-Car. Chem 32 324 32
W. Union Tel 69 69 69
Wabash com 4 J4i
Westlnghouse Elec... 69 C9 69 I
Wnolworth 964, 96 96 I
Am. Tobacco 4's 97
Atchison Convt. 4'i...l00H
B. R. Tran. Con. 4's.. 68
B. &. O. Gen. 4'.... f6
C.. B. & Q. Joint 4's... 95
C.. R. I. & Pac. 4's.... 634
Inter. Met. 4i' 70
6ou. Railway 5's 1054
U. Pac. Con. 4 944
V. B. Steel 2d 5's 1004
07 97 I 97
10041004 1 99U
884 tSH! S8
re I 0J
95 1 H'i
79. I 79
1054 105 1 105
4H 94 I 941
100 1C0 1 100
News has been received of the death
of Leon Chapuls. In Geneva, Switzer
land. Tuesday. He was a veteran of
th Kn.inlah war. was for many years a
clerk in the War Department, and went
I . n ,. t...4 la. fall In Rparrh nf
IO aWIUCI jaIU IOi .. ...
Mr. Chapuls was fifty years of age,
and was a member of the Spanish War
Veterans, the Royal Arcanum, and
You Will Have
We have sold over a hun
dred homes in this immediate
neighborhood in the past
year. It is located right in the
midst of one of the fashion
able northwest's most desir
able residential communities
a 5,000 neighborhood.
Six full rooms and bath
Colonial porches, all modern
to three double-track car
YORK FINANCIAL NEWS
... 100 10m
;... 100 101
... 102 1034
... 102H 103H
... UStt U4H
... HSH 1MH
y. S. Coupon Za
... u. JWft. O B.
it 5 Coupon r
U. S. Rsr I'm
"- S. Coupon i'a
. OAS BONDS.
Georgetown Gu Cert. Ind. 6' 101
Georgetown Gas 6's 1
Washington Gas 6's 109
CaDltfll Trnpllnn n T K nn
City & Suburban 5's ..." HO
v.oiumoia K. R. 5's 100
Columbia R. R. 6's 101
Metropolitan if r ;' nu
Wash. Ry. & Elec 4's.."..' S3
"Ypsh. Alex. & Mt. V.'5'"s!.'.'.'." .
Potomac Elec. Cons 5's 100 102
Potomac Elec. Lt, 3 103 103i
U Ac i'. Tel. 5's 105 105Vi
Amer. Tel. & Teleg. 4's 103 ...
D. C. Paper Mfg. 5's to 100.
N. & W. Steamboat 3's 1044 105
Riggs Itealty i's (Ions) 102 IOC
Rlggs Realty 38 (short)., r... 101 103
; PUBLIC UTIL1TT STOCKS.
Capital Traction 122i 123i
Wash. Ry. &. Elec, com Mft S3
Wash. Ry. & Elec, pr 87 8SA
N. & W. Steamhnat ?flft "(19
Georgetown Gas ,
Amer. Tel. & Telga. .
TYPE MACillNB STOCKS.
Mergenthaler Linotype 211
Lanston Monotype 854
- NATIONAL, BANK dTOCKa
American Nar, Bank 170
Capital National Bank 224
Columbia' Nat Bank ..
Commercial Nat. Bank ,
District Nat. Bank
IC a? 4
.... 137 133
Farm. &MecK Nat. Batik,
Lincoln Nat. Bank
Metropolitan Nat. Bank
Rlggs National Bank....
Second National Bank...
Nat. Bank of Wash
Amer. Security & Trust.
Nat. savings & Trust 265 275
Union Trust 136', 136
Wash. Loan Trust 238 ' 250
United States Trust 137 140
SAVINGS BANK STOCKS.
Citizens' Savings Bank 13
Hotnn Savings .- 325
Union Savings 34
Bank or cum. & sav .-. iztt w
East Wash. Sav. Bank 15tt 17
FIRE INSURANCE STOCKS.
Arlington Fire Insurance 16 21
Corcoran Fire Insurance SO
Firemen's Fire Insurance V)& 21
Franklin Fire Insurance JO
German Anjerican Fire Ins... 270
National Union Fire Ins 6 ...
Potomac Fire Insurance SO
TITLE INSURANCE STOCKS.
Columbia Title Insurance 6 ...
Real Estate Title Ins 95
Chapln Sacks 160 220
D. C. Paper Mfg. Co 134
Grapho, com. . 53
(Srapho, pfd...................... ... SO
Mer. Trans. & otor loo 120
Security Storage, 0
Washington Market 174 ...
Sales Today on the
Norfolk and Washington Steamboat
5's, 31,000105, J1.000105.
Washington Railway and Electric pf.,
10088, 5SS8, 15Q88, 23Q88.
Federal National Bank, 4ffl3S1J.
After call Washington Railway and
Electrio 4's, Jl.O00S3.
Capital Traction, 20123, 253123, 25S123.
saHaHHsHHMInBit ( ""lr'i M.aaBaMaajaaMaaaaai'
a suffragette hiker can be
TOLD by her worn shoes, she
HOME SHOE REPAIR CO.
71? Ninth Street N. W.
has the most modern equipment for the satisfactory reconstruction
of worn shoes. Our machines for soling lock the stitches inside.
This could not be done by hand. Bring your shoe troubles to us.
Guaranteed service. Repairing while you wait.
WHOLE SOLES AND HEELS
Men, $1 .50 Women, $1 .35 Children, 75c to $1
Men, 75c Women, 60c Children, 30c to 50c
Men, 25c Women, 25c Rubber Heels, 50c
Phone Main 4826. Wm. M. Ayre, Mgr.
THE BANK OF PERSONAL SERVICE
RESOURCES OYER ?7,000.000.00.
Business Men and Others
seeking a closer business relation with a strong,
vigorous, HELPFUL BANK, are invited to confer with
the officers of The Commercial National.
The same conservatively liberal and successful
policy, which has developed it into one of the fore
most financial institutions of the National Capital, will
Both large and small accounts are welcomed.
The Commercial National Bank
Cor. 14th and 6 Streets
THE BANK OF PERSONAL SERVICE
Fair-Sized Blocks of Capital
fraction and Railway Pre
' ferred Come Out.
v The trading on the Washington Stock
Exchange was limited today, but Capi
tal Traction was dealt in to a greater
extent than usual. Seventy shares came
out, and the price. for all was 123. Fifty
five shares of Washington Railway pre
ferred were sold. The' price, cased off
to 88. The quotations for Federal Na
tional Bank were shaded' a 'point, and
a four-share lot sold at 138 1-4. The
offered price of United States Trust was
also reduced from' 145 to 140, with the
bid 'unchanged at 137. The only other
transactions consisted in 2.000 of
Steamboat bonds at 105 and 31,000 of
Railway 4's at 83.
The question of adjourning over the
4th was brought up, but nq motion
The eriranthaler Llnotnve Company
has declared a regular quarterly divi
dend of 2'4 per cent and an extra divi
dend of of 1 per cent payable March
ni to stock of record March 8. Three'
months ago 3 per cent extra was de
clared. Hollow Horn eBar and a party of
other. Skux Indians paid their respects
today to Robert N. Harper at the Dis
trict National Bank. It is said that the
Indian profile on the new nickel, out
today, is a portrait of. Hollow Horn
Bear. The resemblance is close.
After a conference lasting uninter
ruptedly through the day until late
last evening; the Baltimore and Ohio
Railroad Company secured from the
Maryland Public Service Commission
a tentative approval of the proposed
issue of $63,250,000 of 4 per cent
convertible gold bonds, and also auth
ority to issue $57,600,000 of new stock.
Into which the bonds may be con
verted at 110. The approval was
granted after. an entirely new appli
cation had been made.
There are two plans for the use
of the money. Pant of It may be used
to say $50,000,000 of notes falling due
on June 1, or If the notes can be ex
tended on favorable terms a large
part of the money from the bonds
will be spent on improvements.
The entire issue has been under
written at 3 per cent and will yield
the company $58,506,250. Its ability
to pay off the $50,000,000 of notes
when they come due will. It Is expect
ed, enable the company to make very
favorable terms for the renewal of a
large part of them and make avail
able much of the money in Improve
ments and betterments.
It Is proposed. If all the notes do
not have to be paid, to begin im.
provements prior to June 30 of next
year aggregating $27,000,000. in addi
tion to the nearly $24,500,000 of im
provements the company now has
under way. Of the new work to be
undertaken nearly a million and a
half will be on the Baltimore division.
The Public Service Commission ap
pealed from the' decision of. Judge
Gorter on the arround that his defini
tion of the powers of the commission
over the Issues of securities of pub
lic service corporations is too nar
row, and required the Baltimore an-1
Ohio to make an entirely new appli
cation fcr approval of its proposed
bond issue. This was done to avoid
any semblance of accepting or acting
In any way under Judge Gorters de
cision, from which the appeal is
TOLD that the
taken, and to prevent the railroad
company; from setting; up the claim
that it applied to the commission "un
der 'orders of the. court and not vol
untarily, should the company's tax
exemption be attack-Hi under the con
stitutional amendment of 1890.
The control of the second oldest fire
Insurance company in the District, the
Potomac Insurance Company, has
passed to a Scotch company, the Gen
eral Accident. Fire, Life, and Assurance
Corporation, of Perth, Scotland. The
Potomac was founded In 1S31. Four
fifths or the capital stock of the com
pany has been taken over by the for
eign corporation. Later, the capital of
the Potomac will be Increased to Sl.f,
000 to slve a surplus of J500,00a The
General Accident will operate through
out the United States through the Po
tomac. It is understood that the em
ployes' of the local company will be re
Thisjs the last day on which corpor
ations 'in the District of Columbia, or
elsewhere, may report for their Federal
corporation tax to the Collector of In
ternal Revenue in Baltimore. The re
port of net Income for the year 1S12
must be made on or before March 1. or
the corporation falling to do so is sub
ject to a nne of from $1,000 to 810.000.
Corporations whose net income was less
than 35.000 are exempt from the tax. but
not from the necessity for filing a re
port 3 LOAVES
Star of East Bread
per gaii ""
Finest Storage Eggs,
per dozen ,....,..
Resolute Brand of
Salmon, per can
Mountain View Brand
f Sugar Corn, per can: . .
PCI Call 9 y t tlvf M- 9M '
Dried Lima Beans, TXi
per id '
Navy Beans. -
Royal Red Toma
toes, per-can .-. .
per peck , '.
Fancy White 'Pota
toes, per peck. .;
Bloaters, per dozen
Star of East & AA
Flour, per barrel. .4UVV
THE - V
J. T. D. Pyfes
ON YOUR SURPLUS
Perhaps you have surplus
money awaiting permanent in
vestment. Wont let It remain. Idle It Trill
earn 70a an Income if deposited
In onr Banking; Department.
Interest paid on deposits
subject .to check.
The Washington Loan
and Trust Company
Cor. 9th and F Sts.
JOHN JOT BDSON. President.
The Safest Investments
Are those tbat Co not fluctuate during ais
turbed. conditions of tha money or stock mar
kcU. First deed ot trust notes (first mort
cates). well secured on real estate in tha
District of Columbia, constitute "sllt-cdfa"
Investments. They da not depend upon the
financial responsibility of Indlvlduala or cor
roratlona for their stability, and ar. exempt
from taxation aa personal property. W. caa
supply suah Investments in amounta from
1100 upward. Send for booklet. 'Xonccraiax
Loans and Investments.
SWARTZELL, RHEEM &
TTt UTH STREET K. W.
STATEMENT OP THE CONDITION"
N. J. Fidelity & Plate Glass Insuranc
Company of Newark, New Jersey
On the ast day of December. 19IJ, as required
under the District of Columbia Code, amend
ed June SO. I?):, and August IS. 1311.
Capital stock $300.000 00
Capital stock paid up. In cash 3C.000W
Cash in office JI.VS 07
Cash In bank 4iSJ99J
Ileal cstale None
Real estate mortgagee nm lien)... M4.C01
Stocks and bonds (market value). . 3CS0003
Kills receivable None
Premiums uncollected and In hands
of agents 101. SSI II
Interest due and accrued t.597 99
All other assets 63
Net unpaid clalmy K,5M SI
Reserve as required b Ian- "S3.K0S1
Borrowed money None
Ite-lnsurancc premiums .'.. None
Salaries, rents, expenses, taxes, etc. 9.543 S3
Commissions, brokerage, etc 35.S03S
Cash dividends remaining unpaid. None
Capital stuck SNI.OWoa
Amount nf risk assumed and char
acter of huslness transacted dur
ing; the ear 191; "5.3;t:iS27
Ijuses sustained UurlnK the jcar
Money received durlnK the 1 ear 1911 M6.S31 "
Expended during th jear 1911 I3S.793
E. II. IIUAUI.AND. Vice I"re3ldent.
W. L. WARD. Asst. Secretary.
Kuburlbed ami sworn to before me thU
llth day uf Kebruarv. 1913.
(Seal) KIC11AKD 1. MERREI.L.
STATEMENT OP THE. CONDITION;.
of th f. i V
Uilied Sates Canity Ommv
New rit CKyr New Yft V;
On the Sat day or December, 1I2. as uiiutrsiil
under the District of Columbia. Code, amass-1
ed June 30. J3K, and Anxuct U. ll. ' ' T '
Capital stook SMlMf M'
Capital stock paid up. In cash M,M
Cash In ofnee , tLMiT
Cash In bank ..... ...M. ........... s&.4W.t,y.'
Real estate ............. 4aSaap '
Real estate mortaates (first 11ml.. 3Ce.sa , ;
Stocks aim bonds (market vain).. 2,1U,M H .'
Bins receivable v
Fremlums uncollected and In hands 1
of agents 2B.SHCT
Interest due and accrued 11.319 M
AH other assets: . The. Workmen's
compensation and inspection Bu
reau fund 2JTCX
Less special deposit (o
of Virginia ....tS,X0W
agenta" credit ledger
Total admitted assets
Net unpaid claim...........
Reserve as required bylaw..
Borrowed money .. .....
Salaries, rents, expense, tax, ate.
Keserre ror re-insursmce la com'
panlea not admitted la New Tork liat tt
Commissions, brokerage, ate. CBt
The workmen compencauon aaa
Inspsctlon bureau fund
Cash dividend remaining unpaid...
Contingency fund .. .. ......... .....
Canltal stock ......-...
Additional special reserve for claims
linciuamr ciairna incurrea uif,
AU Mother liabilities.- State, county
and municipal taxes due or ac
Less liabilities secured, by special
deposit, unearne premium iu.-
as TT and unpaid losses. ,BJ 73) 15,M1
Amount of risk aatumed and char
acter- of buswss transacted aur
lnr tha year 112. iMlty.
Losses suatalned durrac the
ln2 ' " 5?!t
Money received, during- taa year in: i.r,fa
Expended durlngtho yr 11..... Ls.aim '
EDBOK S. LOTT, FresMewt. .
D. B. LUCXETTrBeeittary; V 1 :
Sworn to before me thi 7th day of Tebrs
arv 1912. - - A T "
(Seal) Wr. XBTT. Notary rSiAjf.A , .
Commissioner ot Deed ror o. ot u.urxtw
CLARENCE WEAVER, GeKtilftMt.
9fO aVtsksf aWiLtiM
. . " T "T!, -l O
TeJepfew-e m 2673 wufcanoi, u.u
STATKXXNT OF TatS CONDITION
of the.IJCBANCH of taa .
Uaabwt Breaei Fke tawitce
Coaptny otUMi-in. GefgMty
On the Bat day of December. 1H2. ae tsaiiisad tJ
under the District of .Columbia Cadei-riil- '
ed June . 1SK. aad'Augott IS. ISU-
Capital deposit' .......: SU.W
Capital stock sold up. to cash .....
Cash In office. "....'..'.X. .....'....
Cash. In bank ........................ Mltttst
Real estate ........................... ?
Real estate mortgage) first lien)..
Stock and bonds (market value).. LtfS. ?-?
BUI recelvakl . -
Premium uncollected and la hand
of Agent a......................... "3f.il
Interest due an accrued - , .
All other assets " "
Total asset .....n..............'LNg.S4gB'
Net unpaid claims SULsM)
Reserross-reqnlred by law XI.11
Borrowed money ..tci.v. ....... .
Re-Insurance premium.. 3,tU3t-
Salaries, rents; expense, taxea. etc 35.9s
Commlsauns. brokerag..etc. LlitSt
Cash dividend remaining, unsold... "
Capital stock -
Total liabilities LW.tW
Amount of rick assumed and char- "
acter of business transacted dur
ing the year 2912 Ut.Mg.Ht
Losses sustained during the year
1912 " wSi'e Xwf w
Money received during the year U12 l,St,0K
Expended during the year 112 1.4e.996K
t; yj. AFtCLU, jaanasex. u.-b. urmii. -Subscribed
and sworn to.beforome this nth
day of January. HO. - -
(Seal) - , - uo. li. auaASiew.r-
Notarr Public King's county. CertlaOle
filed In New Tork county. . t
STATEMENT OP THE CONDITION "
- The EHproyers' Ifdeuity Co.Kv
PbHaddrtli, Pa. 1
On the ast day of .December. 112. aa reqtnr
nsaer too District oc cnisnis jooe. suae
mjt Jmu is - and. Aurae lit. 111 - , -
Capital stock ....... ...... SJss.sl
Capital stock paid uft in cask. ID.
vr "TnASSETSi -
Cash In office....,,... .!
Cash In bank .'.-:rV..i...-. 1K.J
Real estate .?..
Real estate mortgages (first Hen)....
stocks and bonds (market value)
carried out at'book value. ..2 4M.4
Premium uncollected and In .hands
of aaents ..............
Interest duo and accrued'......... .l
All other. asseu: Commissions re
ceivable .... .....4... ........ ........ 1
Furniture-and flxturea .........
: v uABiUTrxs.
Net unpaid claims... ................
Reserve as required by law
Borrowed money.... t..............'
Re-Insurance premium ...- .
Riiarir rents, exnasses. taxes.etc
Commissions, brokerage, etc a
Cash dividend remaining unpaia..
Capltcl stock ...
Ail n 'labilities: Saturn ore-
Ad an., premium 100............. M8t
Special contingent reserve ... as,
Amount ot risk assumed and char
acter of business transacted dur-
ing the year 112- 2JJI
Liablllty (ona aerson) s;asa
Losses sustained during the year "
Money received during tha year 113 ;(.( M
Expended aunng tne year lau m.
M. K.' ALLAN. Vice FreaidemC
it -R TTtimEI -Asat. Seeratsrr.
Subscribed and sworn to before m thl lUj
day of February. 112. -
eal) wkiuhtt a.uuxjsei.
Commission expire January 11 1KT.
STATEMENT OP THE CONDITION t
Reliance Life Iosnraoce CoBpay-wi;
cin th.. -riat diT at December. 112. ss 1
under th District of Columbia. Cad, i
A Jim 30 190-L and Ausust IS. 111.
Capital stock ............tLOat.asaflg
Capital atock paid up. In cash..... LOt, ag
Cash In office. .............. SS,SSlw
r'ash In hank ........... ItcJJtaB
Real esute - " 15-51 15
Real estate mortgage (nrsx uu.. w.ww
Stocks and bonds (market value).. l.i.751
rians to policy holders and premi
um notes on policies In force HUNM
miliums uncollected and in nana
.if agents 2C,gfTt
urest due and accrued... ......... 34.69S23
ii ether assets: Outsundlng acel-
en premiums' ...-..-..... 17)K6
sment of record MMM
ct unpaid claims SU.24SST
Reserve as required by law 2.S50.21 S5
Borrowed money None.
lie-Insurance premiums None
Salaries, rents, expense, taxes, etc S,tt
Commissions, brokerage, etc. !, H
Sunlua ................................ bl.2B 1
Canltal stock l.-titt,0
vii nht- liabilities: Reserve, etc'
Accident Department U.2SS1
Premiums paid In advance 4.MT1
iTn.arnr.1 interest Daid In advance
and agents credit balance S.JU H J
Amount of risk assumed and char
acter of business transacted dur
ing the year 1912 U.SSS.70S ts)
Lossev sustained during the year
1912 ................................... Z0&.1&1 3
Money received during the year 1912 I.40S.S1? 03
Expended during the year UK L0CTIIIS
T. H. GIVEN. Vice President.
J. N". JAMISON. Asst. Secretary.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this Ml
day of February. 1911.
(Seal W. J. SNODQRASS. '
My commission expires March 10. 183..
all) do wall to consult dally tha bbbm
ous and unusual bargain oKaraa la Tag
Time "For Sale Mlsceilaneoug" Co
subjm oa ta Wakt A pisV
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