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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, VEDNESDAV, JANUARY 2G, 3916,
OP. QUESTION OF
TARIFF NEXT WEEK
Administration Members of
Ways and Means Committee
TO DISCUSS INCOME TAX
Retention of a Duty on Sugar
and Creation of Tax Board
Democratic members of tlio Wnys and
Means Committee will meet next wceli
to begin consideration of the revenue
situation. After conferences anions:
the party leaders, Including the Presi
dent the majority members of the com
mittee have before them a program
A revised Income tax.
Retention of a duty on sugar.
Creation of a tariff commission.
Enactment of anti-dumping legislation.
There probably will bo discussion ot
tin Inheritance tax and an Internal rev
enue levy on war munitions, but these
tuifgcstlons are not likely to reach tire
legislation stage. The income tax will
1)0 the principal revenue producer for
tho Democrats anil will be amended to
bring in about JIOO.000,000 additional.
Must Retain Duly.
Retention of a duty on sugar Is regard
ed as Imperative in view of tho present
condition of the Treasury and the con
tinued falling off In Imports. ''hat the
President approves tho creation of a
tariff commission and legislation to pre
vent the "dumping" of foreign goods on
American shores after tho war lias been
mado known to Administration leaders.
Majority Leader Kltchin said today
that a party caucus will be held event
ually on the revenue bill. Whether or
not such a bill will Include seml-pro-'tcctlve
rates for the dyeatuffs Industry
lias not yei been determined. The
committee is at present "up in the air"
orrr the dyestuffs problem.
The preparedness bills will be non
partisan and not subject to caucus
action, but the levenue bills, as mat
ters of Democratic policy and re
sponsibility, will be subjected to tho
caucus procedure, with attimpted e
ilCtion of solid Democratic support.
Might Have Excise Tax.
Tho proposed taxation of war
munitions, leaders said today, will b
in the form of an exciso tax if at all.
Jt Is opposed chie'ly ns uncertain and
unstable because cessation of war
Would stop belli sales and taxes.
Opposition has developed against
lowering the Income lax exemption
limits. Leaders and rani; und tile,
however, ate unanimous In planning
increase of surtaxes on larger in
comes, nut many are opposed to tax
ing smaller Incomes than those now
Barly action on the tariff commis
sion Is planned. A separate bill will
probably he reported. Indications to
day aro that It will give little in
itiative to the commission, which will
bt empowered in ore I v to collect In
formation and become" practically a
ptatlstical and information gothefinp
bureau, to report to "ongress, and not
to the President, but without power
to make any revenue revision iccom
mendations. Despite the Presicb'nl's approval of
the tariff commission plan, many
Democrats todav Indicated detei mined
opposition. Tho so-called "Independ
ent" wing Is already privately iu-BiirglnK.
S DIVORCE PL FA
LIKE HERRICK NOVE
Her Story Will Win Decree From
Chicago University Author,
TRIBUTE TO HIS FRIEND
Capt. Jack Crawford, who delivers daily at the Strand Theater
an. interesting lecture in connection with the wonderful "Battle Cry
.'f Peace" pictures, has written the following lines "In Mcmoriatn
of My Friend and Brother, Orlando F. Smith:"
He wns my friend, my brother brave and true,
He wore the Johnny Gray, I wore the blue.
He was a prince of manly men, and he
Was true to his Virginia as was Lcc.
He believed that he was riplit; and every true
Heroic brave who wore the Union Blue
Respects and honors those who Btood and fell
For principle mid rain of shot and shell.
He was my brother Elk, together we
Upheld the Starry Emblem of the free
Together stood for principles sublime
Where Justice and Fidelity combine.
And when his broncho friend, the Poet Scout,
Answers, too, and has been counted out '
May wc not meet again with Comrades true
Who wore the Johnny Gray and Union Blue 7
CAPT. JACK CRAWFORD, .
Manistee, Mich., Lodge, No. 250, B. P. 0. E.
If They Played War Game Fair
They Would Be Admired,
Says Noted Priest.
HARPIST RECITAL AT
Miss Maude E. Clark and Mel
ville A. Clark Play to an Ap
JAPANESE ARE MADE
MILLIONAIRES BY WAR
LONDON, Jan. 2. In n speech at tho
Mansion Houbo Father Hcrnard Vaughan
said that It PruBslanlzcd Germany
would play tho game according to tho
rules laid down by International law.
; he thought It would command tho ad
miration as well as the respect of Eng
lishmen; but tho Germans had failed
to play the game.
"Our business," ho cried, vehemently.
Is to keep on killing Germans I Some
body has to bo killed, and do you think
wc ought to bo killed In view of the
motive wo have gone forth to fight for-.1
I say we have to kill a sufficient num
ber of that tremendous army, so as to
entitle us to dlctato terms of a pcaco
that shall bo rooted In a victory to he
heard and shouted from Tarls to this
Referring to tho reports of German
ntrocltlcs, ho said, he was sometimes
told that tho newspapers wero exag
gerating. HIb answer was that If tho
Germans had not done what was
charged against them, they wero fall
ing to carry out tho laws laid down
by their war lord to leave women and
children nothing but their eyes to weep
Undreamed of Riches Brought to"
Mikado's Realm by Confla
gration in Europe.
The National Library for tho rtllnd, TOKYO. Jan. 8 by mall). The Euro-
at 172) II street northwest, was host pean war lias brought undreamed or
this morning to its board of directors prosperity to Japan. Evidence of this
and to the blind at a musicale elvon by is found not only in the enormous In-
Mlss Maude E. Clark and Melville A. crease In the rold reserve, but In tho
Clark, harpists, whose performance waa '' "' '"o .Japanese newspaper
, t. , ., lt ,..., i ,11,,..,... ... uir ijup.v uili I'll li 1II1K llio linn u I Ml,
a feature of tho diplomatic dinner at ..,.',., miii,nir wh i,-i
tho White llouac last night. early In the war and emersred with
A number which seemed to appeal rii-hes
strikingly to the audience was Miss J nc leaning smpyarus or Japan
-i.,. i.- -n.win-ir,.r nf "Tlio AVoodon 1,ilvc "lcfl orders which will keep
f larks .rendering of I lie " lc" them busy for throe years. Thanks to
Shoes." by Rogers, In which the flatter .,ie Wtll(,.nwni r Orman vessels.
of sabots on a pavement Is represented Japanese shipping Is enjoying the
bv the notes of tho harp. Her other frri-atest prospetity in ItH history.
number Included "Winter. ' hvl norms; ""' T,7 :"':" V" t"""11"" l"n- ,,u"
iiiiinm.i illinium " ,,u wjj n a few years have a mcr-
Fnntasle in H major. J'V ;l "";." '", ''antllo marine second only to that of
-nance of tho Sy plies, by Oodetrol 1. ,11,Iandp Thpv beIlevPi to thlU sn,p
Several Irish melodies. Including The building If destined to become a great
Wearing of the Green." and Hcotoh war , ,..,, m,.,6try ,n Jnunn.
xongs In recognition of the birthday of A japnnoso nnmcd Nobove UMilda.
Robert turns, which was yesterday .,, nt , outbrpa). (lf thf. ;
featured Jr. 'Marks I'erior n uno. , ,.,crU, sau- lliat a navn, wflr t
!,'-' ,nli',0 J'V, l V .. YLntV'-t n K'Ien harvest for shipping. Ho left
Words" by lloel.el;' Patrol llle by ,is dogk , lnunr,lc(j"a flipping
Ilasselmans nn.l the "l'rayer by Moses Hmlness. chartering f.nall veoi
111 i'..g)pi. i.'.v imii. wov he owns four steamer nnri hni
elcared mure than $1 OOn.nno. jn
ITER POWER ACT
LOCAL AND N. Y. FINANCIAL NEWS
TRADING IS LIGHT
ON EXCHANGE HERE
Quotation Prices Are Inclined to
Sag Fractionally Home
Savings Stock 450.
New York Stocks.
While trading generally was light and,
In the bond list particularly, quotation
prices were Inclined to sag fractionally,
one sale was recorded at today's ses
sion of the Washington Stock Exchange
which attracted attention. A lot of
ten shares of Homo Savings Bank
stock sold at 450. or forty-live points
above tho last previous sale, made sev
eral months ago.
The bid for Home Savings was then
raised twenty points to 420, but there
were no further offerings of tho stock.
Norfolk and Washington Steamboat
stock was bid up three points to 15S.
Capital Traction stock, which has
manifested strength for several days,
sold up i of a point over yesterday's
price, thirty shares bringing 88U.
Tho other sales consisted of ten
shares of Mergcnthaler Linotype stock
at 171 and a Capital Traction 5 per cent
bond at 107.
Local Bond Market.
War Secretary Says Depart
ment Should Be Given Au
thority to Issue Permits.
Prior to the performance. Mr. ( lark
outlined me development oi mo narp , n ,.., .,, Ymimiililtii Shinning r.,.,,-
nnflnir " ' .. . . .-,-... ....
from the time of its Invention
especially the recent addition of a fore
pillar to the rmall harp, which greatly
increases the range of Its tune.
S.P.CJL OUGHT TO GET
AFTER BLACK MAGIC
pany. coiuroiicu ny a nusiness man
of that name, has netted J2.500.09n.
.lanai.'s gold receive has Increased bv
fifn.ooo.i'On. she now l.as In reserve
"Professor" in Difficulties With
Postoffice After Explaining
Her Plea for Man
Woman's College Roused
Anonymous Verses in
WELLKSLKY, Mass.,. Jan.
Wellesley College girls are verv
disturbed over the vctscb of a senior.
whose name Miss Miriam Vldder, ed-,
itor of tho College News, refuses to
divulfre. but who in last week's Issue
called loudly in poetry for a man. Two
I'll give up what
CHICAGO. Jan. 2fi. Tho divorce suit
bf Mrs. Harriet I. Derrick against Rob
ert, HerrlcU. novelist and professor of
English in the I'niversily of Chicago,
lesembles "Uno Woman's Life.'' ins lat
est book. Judge McDonald in the su
perior court indicated that ho would
Krant Mrs. HerricK a ileerco.
Robert M. Iovett, also a professor in
tho university and a mutual friend ot
tho llorrleks for twenty-live curs, was
"Why did they separate?" asked the
"Oh, financial, social and various other
things," the witness replied. "Just a
case of incompatibility."
Mrs. Horrlck said they were married
Juno 8, 1591. "Wp went to Newport in
1012," she testified, "and Mr. HerrlcK
went away He sent Mr. Lovett to toll
me I should not return to Chicago. I
saw my husband again in September,
and ho told mc 1 could go wlieio I
pleased and do whatever 1 wished. I
went to Boston and later returned and
saw Mr Hernek in Chicago at a hotel
In February, l!d3. That day he came
Into my room and said: 'I can never
live with you again under any circum
"Then ho left and 1 have never seen
him or had any conespondence with
lilm since '
Mrs derrick said she and her husband
had entered into a contract providing
tlat each should have custody of their
ilxteen- ear-old son, I'liillp A. I it-nick,
at certain times.
The Herricks are cousins. They were
married In Milwaukee. Wis., to escapo
the Illinois marriage laws prohibiting
the Intermarrying of cousins.
teaches possessor to perform miracles, j-d Kvt- my month's allowance for n
and to become Invisible: prico J4. man.
I'ostofllce Inspector D. K. Angler was Or. Imving spent it
unions when he read that, and he or- j ran.
derod the book. V. Kemplnskl, tlio .'or what Is prom wlthoutxa
macieiau, was turned over to thoi recruit.
authorities. ;A tall Apollo in a full dress suit.
If you would like to become invisible. 'To pot down the receiving line,
according to Ills plan, here is the secret: while your proprietary smile says
"Catch a black cat while lt Is walk-i "He's mine?"
ing toward the setting sun. Cut off Its
left ear. Wrap this ear in a loaf from And yet I've reached the end of my
n tree growing In a graveyard. Then go : resources;
home without speaking to anyone and I cannot find a man by human forces.
maintain silence until the following day- , O you who have a corner on the brand
break. 1'pon arising, tho candidate for That's known as Homo Sapiens, my
Invisibility must walk toward the rising demand
sun until he meets the cat whoso ear. Must move your stony heart until It
iir. im ent nfr. Then lie must removo grants
the .tier oar. Whenever the tips of tho A single man no need for
ii ne uant-e:
"The verses cast suspicion on all of
us." said one senior, who has a flock
of young men In her train.
two --ars are Jninea ami certain magic
wi.- Is are repeated, the person holding
the oars becomes Invisible. He will re
main invisible as long as the car tips
Holds Him Until Police Come and
Says She Will Prosecute
Funeral for Miss Hickey
To Be Held Tomorrow
T"uneral services for Miss Man- Cath
erine llickev, daughter of .Mrs. llonora
and the late John W Mickey, who died
Monday, will lie hold at the resilience,
316 Florida avenue noithwest tomor
row at S 30 o'clock, thence to St. Paul's
Catholic Church. Fifteenth nnd V strets
northwest, where requiem mass will be
celebrated at 0 o'clock by the Rev. AVil
llam Carroll. Interment will be made In
;It Ollxet Cemetery
Miss HleKoy was born In Washing
ton and rerfldoii )i,mo al1 her life She
was prominently identified wttli Cath
olir church cirdes. and wa.: an active
member of the sodality of the niesed
Virgin Murv of St l'aul's Church.
Membeis of the latter nnieiy visited
the home of the de eased la-t evening
anfl conducted tho ritual of the so-
NEW YORK. Jan. 23. Mrs. Oertrude
Gardiner Eggleston, of 313 "West Fifty
seventh street, widow of a former Uni
ted States army officer, followed
Charles Rolg. of 103 West Fortieth
street when he alighted from a street
tar at Broadway and Thirty-tilth street.
Shu caught up to him in the crowd
and seized him by the coat collar.
"You're under arrest!'' she shouted.
Patrolman Kclley took Rolg to the
West Thirtieth street police station,
whore Mrs. Kggleston said he had
pushed her aside and abused and ln
Miltcd her as ho left tho cur.
"All men should act as gentlemen
in public conveyances," declared Mrs.
Kggleston. "I am a suffragist, and I
believe it Is my duty to prosecute this
man. 1 shall certainly do it'"
Iloig said he never saw Mrs. Eggles
ton until she grabbed him. lie was
locked up, charged with disorderly
Democratic Women to
Hear Mrs. Craigie
Mrs. Mary E. Cralgle is to speak
before the National Democratic Women
of America at tho Ebbltt, on Friday
evening, on vocational training and
education, and its relation to true de
mocracy. Mrs. George A. Amies is to
preside. Other speakers are expected
and a program of music Is to bo given.
Plans arc being mado for a campaign
to have a suffrage plunk Inserted In
the next Democratic platform. The or
ganization was originally formed to as
sist In the Wilson-Marshall campaign.
On Rural Credits.
HARRISIlCnC. Pa.. Ian. .-Congressman
Ralph 1!. Moss bf Indiana will
dlsi uss rural credits tonight at an
open meeting of the thlrU -ninth Mutual
session of the State board of agriculture.
EXAMINATION APR. 10
Secretary of War Garrison appeared
before the House Committee on Inter
slate Commerce today In advocacy of
legislation fr the develpmcnt of water
power on navlgaole streami that or?
under thn Jurisdiction of tlio Federal
The niesent "general da'i act." lie
bld. Is rather a determent to investors
"and hampers the development of
hydro-nloctrlc power." The vague and
Indefinite privilege accorded under the
existing law, the Secretary said, makes
Mr. Garrison stated that water-power
development has a national defense
angle. He. argued that bv the fixation
of nitrogen from the air the manu
facture of agricultural fertilizers as
well as explosives may be encourag
ed by water-power development.
Tho House Committee was told that
the War Department should be given
authority to Issue development per
mits under general requirements to be
laid down by Congress and that the
law should be framed so as to give In
vestors assurance that their leases
were not merely of n temporary character.
J. 6. Reg. 2's ?V
TJ. S. Coupon 2's "
U. S. Reg. 3's 1
V. S. Coupon 3's lTi
l S. Reg. 4's Jf
IT. S. Coupon 4's 1(5 7
D. C. 3.65's 1M4
Goo. Gas. Cert. Ind. B's IfJ
Georgetown Gas u's ''1.,
Wash. Gas 6's !'
col. Gas & Elec. 5's "
Col. Gas & Elec. pcb. B's 60
Cap. Trac. R. R. 5's 1"'
Ana. Pot. Guar. B's 0
Anacostla & Potomac B's 87
city & Suburban .Vs l-li
Metropolitan R. R. B's UWV4
Wash. ltv. & Elec. 4"S WA
Names of Successful Candidates
Will Be Placed on the
The Stale Department announced to
day that an examination of candi
dates for appointment as 'secretaries
in the diplomatic service will be held
here beginning April 10. The exami
nation v ill bo of a three-fold charac
ter, written, oral, and phvslcal, and
will continue for at least three days.
''ho candidal s for diplomatic posts
will be examined on six subjects. In
tel national law. diplomatic usage.
French Germa'n, or Spanish, natural
Davis Tennis Cup
Sought by Police
No Clue to International Trophy
Stolen, With Others, from H.
K. Hackett's Room.
NEW YORK, Jan, 26. Among the six
teen tennis trophies stolen from the
rooms of Harold H. Hackett, accord
ing to a polite announcement, was the
Davis Cup, tlio highest International
prize. With the fifteen other cups and
trophies of tennis matches of less re
nown the Davis Cup has disappeared
and the police and agency detectives de
clared they wero without even the
Mr. Hackett went to .Atlantic City
New Year Day and returned the fol
lowing Monday. As he entered his room
he saw that all the trophies were gono
from a case. He soon found that thirty
six other articles, such as scarf pins
and other pieces of Jewelry, and a suit
case and u black leather bag were
Although the police, who were called
upon immediately, said tho thief prob
ably had carried the cups and other
articles out of the hotel In the bags,
the hotel management and employes
said they had seen no one near Mr.
Hackett's rooms. .Several of the stolen
cups had been won by rrednrlclt H.
Alexander and Raymond Little and had
been left in Mr. Hackett's care.
Potomac Klec. Con. T's...
Potomac Klec. LI. 3's
C. & P. Telephone 5's ....
Amer. Tel. fc Tele. Is..-.
.Mner. Tel. & Tele. 4.4's
Wash. Market 5's J327....
Wash. Market 5's 1617....
V. M. Cold Storage B's.
N. & W. Steamboat B's..
Rings Realtv .V (long)..
Rlggs Realty B's tHhort).
ri'BLIC UTILITY STOCKS
f.w.il.,1 'IVnellnn "
Wash. Ry. A- Kli'C Com
Wash. U.v. A.- Klec, ptd..
X. A W. H'.eam'ooat....
Amer. Tel. and Telga ...
Lanston Monotype...... -
Greene Cananea '
NATIONAL BANK STOCKS.
American National Man '
Capital Nat. Bank.
Columbia Nat. Bnk..
Commercial Nat. Bank
District Nat. Bank ;
r nr. cw -!'." .--- ,,,
.-.j i 7 Finnic... 11
ren:ri "" ,- i
All trandtctlorm In stocks are on th full
t dollar nd fraction! thereof
Quotations furnished by TV. B. Illbbs ft
Co., mtmbera of New York Stock Exchange.
Hlh. Loir. t m. Close.
Alaska a. M. Co il'.i S4H IIM 21V
Allls Chal S6 864 26ni 27
Am Agr Chem C0....6OW esVj C0V4 I 68T
Am Can 62ti OlVi 01HI c?H
Am C & F 63!i 67'.i 67H I 69tt
Am Cotton Oil 65 55 55 I 55
Am Coal Frod CO....I71W 168 I66V4 I I70T4
Am Hide & Lea 11 0's. 10 I 10t
Am ico Security S7V 27 27VI 27'i
Am Llnseod Co I5H 21 2IW I 2IU
Am Locomotive 65 G3U Gin I 01
Am Smelting 101 loi' ioi? I I03U
Am Hug & Ref com...lll',f. 114 Hi 1 1I3U
Am Steel Foun 57 55 55 I MH
Amer. Tclcg. & Tel..l?7Vi 127V I27li I 127
American Tobacco.. iorV4 205 205W I 205
Anaconda..., 88 Mi MM 87U
Atchison lOCi I05N 100 Moo's
Atlau. Coast Line.... 113 113 11:1 1 113
Baltimore & Ohio.... 92's B0'.i 00 U I 91 Mi
Baldwin Loco. Work.109 I004 107 I 107VI
Bethlehem Steel v; 473 473 14731.
B. P. Goodrich 72Mi 71 71'dl 7IW
Brooklyn Rap. Tran 87 S6Vi WVi I 87
Calif. Petrol 311 :wn 301.1 31'4
Canadian Faclflc I73S I6SM 168 1 172
Central Leather 51 52. 524 1 53
Cheeapeako & Ohio.. 63H 62Vi 62't I 63
Chlno Con. Cop 5IH
Chi.. & Great "West... 13H
C, R. I. & P, tty I7tt
Chi.. Mil. &St. V B8Vi
Col. I-ucl & Iron.... (OS
Consolidated Gas UHi III
Continental Can Co. HiU 8IU
Corn Products 2l,i
Cruclblo Steel Co OH
Cuban-Am. Susir Co 18S
Distillers' Securities. 46H
Krie, 1st pfd 5I'
General Electric 17.T4 172
General Motors 4 4W
ON ILL STREET
Railers Also Respond to Ma
terial Advances When Steel
Ml '4 I
2314 1 2l'i
186 I 183
46'4 I 46U
37t I 33H
M'.il 51 Vi
Great Northern pfd.. 122H I2P4 12m I I2l"i
Great Northern Ore.. 17Vn 46". le'n I 46H
Inspiration Copper... 45 45 45 I 45S
Inter. Harvester IlO'i 110'i IIOWIlCOW
Kan. City South 27l4 27 27 I 27'i
Lackawanna Hteel... hi 79 79 I f-0V4
Lehigh Valley 74 76H 70l 77"4
Maxwell Motor 1.0.... 71'. (W!-j 61 67H
Maxwell M. Co. pfd. (WW h. W I M
Mex. Petrol 107. IOO'j I01'4 I 10.V.4
Miami Copper 34 3m 3 I ?H
Missouri Pacific 5' 6 5 1 5U
National Biscuit com 122 122 12J I
Nat. Enamel 27 26W 28W I
Nevada Con. CoDDor. 15'i I5',2 l5'il 15H
National Load 71H m 69 I 70V
N. Y. Air Brako Co... 119 II6V, H7 1117
NEW YORK, Jan. 26. Wall Street re
sponded to the dividend resumption on
Steel common by bidding prices, In
cluding steel, upward nt the opening of
the Stock Exchange. The opening was
strong anil active.
Steel opened S5H to 5JI, up T4 to 1. H.
The whole industrial list was strong,
and several of the railroads responded
with material advances. Baldwin Loco
motive wns up lai. American Locomo
tive gained 1 point. New York Central
4. Erie ,. Mexican Petroleum 2H. and
Republic Steel 1,
A iiuartcr of a million shares win
sold on tho floor of the exchange In
tho opening hour. Nearly one-third of
the trading was In Steel which was
quoted at 83 nt 11 o'clock. Prices gen
erally cased off fractionally during the
N. Y. Central.
....IO4 1001 IOC'4 I 1074
N. Y.. N, H. &H 73 71 71 I -1
N. Y.. O. & W 2H 23 24 I 24
Norfolk iz Western. .lts'i 117 117 1113
Northern Pacific lll 1I3 1134 I lli'.j
Pensylvanla It. R... 584 574 57. I 5Sl
Pittsburgh Coal Co... si's 331. Xl I 31
Prcs. S. Car. com 59H 57i'j 574 I 57'
Pullman Company.. 165'4 IftTiU ICMi I
Save Cake for Their Boy
Who Went to War in '99
MINNEAPOLIS. Minn.. Jan. 26.
Though the suspicion crows that a soft
nosed bullet and an African veldt may
hold Y secret of their boy's failure
to return from the Boer war, Mr. and
Mrs. William Rice, of St. Paul, have not
unwrapped or thrown away the little
English plum pudding that they mado
for his Christmas dinner sixteen years
ago. Tho pudding, his favorite dish.
repoes In a bureau waiting his return.
The son's name is John Rice. and. al
though his parents call him "their boy."
he was an adult when he went to war
in behalf of his father's country. His
name nevr appeared among tnose or
industrial, and commerrlal resources, tne dead and wounded
mil commerce of tho United Statei,
American history. Government, and
institutions, and modern history of
Europe, South America, and the Far
The names of successful candidates
will bo placed on an eligible list, from
which appointments w ill bo mado
fiom tlp'e to time as vacanolea occur.
The initial appointment will be mado
to t-las-j B In the secretarial corps.
FILIPINO FREEDOM IN
FIVE YEARS IS URGED
Amendment to Philippine Meas
ure Presented by Hitchcock,
Senator Hitchcock, AdmlnlatrU'on
leader on tho Philippine bill, presented
an amendment toda, providing for in
dependence lot tin- Filipinos In five
years. Several similar amendments are
Senator Jones cf Washington attached
the bill on tho ground that lt should
make no promises of Independence
vhii-h ftiluit- ''nngresses might not
care to cuiry out.
Moss to Be Operated On.
The story of the watchful waiting
parents became known when William
Rice took presents to Mrs. Rice, who Is
at St. Paul City Hospital because of a
broken leg. The last word from John
was received In 1S99, and came on a
Lincoln Nat. n"kvlv 1M
Metropolitan Nat. Eank i"
Second Nat. Bank.. J"
Nat. Rank of WasU -v
TRUST COMPANY STOCKS.
Amer. See. & Trust.. M?
National Sav. & Trust .&.
Union Trust . ; .,;-
.Wash Loan & Trust -2'
Continental Trust ... . '
SAVINU3 un.Mv "w"""
Bank of Com. & Sa ......
Kast Wash. Sav. Bnn--
onv .. Com. BanK..
" 'fIRE INSURANCE STOCKS.
Arlington Fire Ins '
Corcoran Fire Ins e"
Firemen's Klre Insurance .. W
Ger.-Amer. Klre Ins. -
Nat Union Fire Ins
TITLE INSURANCE STOCKS.
Columbia Title Insurance.... 4
Phnnln QflCKS 1(w
D. C. Paper Mfg. Co
Grapho pfa ,r.
Merch. Trans. & Storage 100
Security Storage '
Washington Market J?' 4
Today's Sales. ,
Capital Traction 5'h -"10r1J;-(i.I,
Capital Tiaction. W(V. 10'n4.
' Mergcnthaler Linotype. Willi.
Home Savings Bank, Ionian.
Rav Con. Copper 24' 2Ci,
Rail Steel Sdcs. com. lO'i :lii
Rcr. Iron & Steel 52"4 El's
Reading 79 7hU
Sloss. Schef. Steel... 59', 5S
Southern pacific... 10P IOP4
Southern Railway.... 22' t 22
Studcbaker Corp i5Ui I51W isi'j
Tennessee Copper.... 5 67W 57',4
Third Ave. R. R eo eow
Union Pacific 136H 131
United Cigar Stores.. DH o'.j
U. S. Industrial AlcohlSS't I5;i
U. S. Rabber, com.... 55 5v(
U. S. Steel 85N Kl'i
U. S. Steel, pfd lihH IIH
Utah Copper M) to
Va-Car. uhemtcul.... -lc';, i
Western Union Teleg P0I4 -9H
Webtmshuuse Elcctrl rs te"
Wlilja 0erland C0..H6 fisio
Anglo-Fr. Loan is..!n
101' 4 I lOO'il
"wlk I 0,
13l' i 135s
9'a I 9S
I53W I 150
51 4 I 51
lib I IlK'i
43 I 43
Aincrican University Park James L Talt et
u. 10 Daisy U Tnlt. lots R and 9, lilock
1:1, Amor lean t'nlerlty Park, and lots 1
iticl 1C, lilock 21, First Addition to Ameri
can 1'iilverslty Park, J10 (stamps Z0 cents).
Oak VIph l,ouln- T.iylor to David P. Wol
haiiitrr. lot 2.1, block G. $10 (stamps J11.C0I.
Fourlei-n-and-a-lialf street northeast, 1j-twf-on
II and C streets James It. Ullerson
't u. to Itlchnrd and lJortha Kent, lot 7P,
s'liiaie IK,:,, Jio (stamps J:').
T elf Hi strei-t southeast, between G and 1
xtreclH-Klbcrtlne R. Hamilton et al., td
J'hHrlos M. Corson, original lot 29, tquarc
Washlncion Helghts-H. Sydney Kins t
Martha 11. Dent, lot 69, block 4, 110 (sumps
1317 II street northeast Charles TV, Irev et
iix. to Mary .Snldano, lot f3, square 1027.
$10 (clamps $.l.r,0i. '
4C7 II street nortliwest Ilobert II. Ithr to
J. Irederlck Hueter. part urlirlnal lot 1,
square 517, $10 (stamps 00 cents).
D. E. Cohen Defendant.
David H. Cohen, a clerk In the War
Department, Is cited to appear berore
Justice McLoy Friday and show caife
why temporary alimony should not he
paid his wife during the pendency
ot a suit for absolute divorce tiled bv
Esther M. Cohen. Non-support and
mlsi-onduet are alleged in the petition,
which wns tiled by Attorney Burton T.
Milk Shipper Fined.
Charged with violating the pure food
regulations by shipping milk below the
standard Into the District. Walter It,
Hooker paid a JIO tlno in Police Court
this morning. Hooker was accused or
shipping the milk lrom Nokesville, Va.
Atchison cvt. 4's lot)1.
li. & o. gen. 4's (
C. E&Q. Joint Va... 9-
Inter. Metro. 4V's ri
Northern Pac. 4's jtp 1
South. Pac. cvt. 4's.. W.
South. Pac. cvt. o... 107
Southern Rwy. 5's... 102'j
it' , I
ICH'4 106" I loet
102s i02? , o:
Wholesale Produce Market
Will Wait Until She Inherits Half
Million Before Starting
DIVIDEND CHECKS I
HAVE BEEN FORTHCOMING
REGULARLY DURING PAST YEAR
FROM YUKON GOLD (
and it is said Company has only '
begun its production career. A
Guggcnheirn enterprise with im
mense holdings. Property com-
plctcly equipped for future devel-
opment. Yukon Gold with its fu- 1
ture possibilities offers an attrac- j
tive field for investors.
Detailed report Free. Ask fir 71-M. j
JONES & BAKER '
Widcner Bldg., Philadelphia 1
It'!!. Wlnut 1000-1. KtrMone, Rre K90
Nrir York Ooiton Chlcajeo
Direct private telrti to all markttt.
Garage Owners to Oppose
Tax on Motors and Gas
CHICAGO. Jan. 26,-The 1 cent per
gallon tax on gasolene and tho 50 cents
per horsepower tax on automobiles," sug
gested in President Wilson's last mes
sage to Congress, will he attacked by
the Associated Garage Owners of
America in their second annual con
vention In Chicago today and tomor
row, according to E. J, McGulrk. na
tional organizer. -
The convention Is being held raN
the Chicago automobile shew. fl
hundred garage men from all parta t
tho United States aro expected to
tend. The meeting was preceded by
sessions of the Garago Owners' Asso
ciation of Illinois, an allied organiza
tion. Suicide With Penknife.
STAMFORD. Conn.. Jnn. :. Kilwaril
Dunn, a cisar salesman, committed sul
fide In Btamford Hall Haiiltnrliim in-
cutting niteiies in his wns'. with a
Congrchsman Moss, of West ireinla.
will ho operated upon tomorrow tor ,,0cl;et knife. Ho was fiken to the
sioinacn iroumu ui juun iiuimiua ii.ua- 1 sanitarium yesterday
pital, Baltimore. WUackolla,
EGOS Nearby, frrsli. I6c prr loz.:
orn 2.f i"r dos.
CHKKSK Nw York, new, ISc per lb.: flat.
ISitliK: uer lb. ... ,t . ..
BUTTEK-Rieln print, the pr lb.: tub.
S4c p?r lb.; prneem. :'c Pr lb.
I,1VD POI'I.TIIY Hen. 1c per lb.: rnru
tern. lie per lb.; lho turkey. :'3:tc i-cr
lb ; aprlng chlckenn. lfflOc per lb,
UVB STOCK Vonl calif. besl, lie
per lb.; heavy. tvi'rflnc per Hi,; fat sheep,
v.flSc per lb.; aprlns lanibn. U9c per lo.
VEGETABLES (Qnntatlons furnished Uy
Taylor Wadet -I'otatocn. J1.00 per. barrel;
onion. J1.75 per bu.; 5J.00 per tack: cabbag,
11.00 per barrel, turnips. II. "j barrel.
Bulgar Czar Becomes
Austrian Field Marshal
AMSTERDAM. Jan. M. Czar Ferdi
nand of Mulcnrla. recently appointed a
field marshal in the German army by
the Kaiser, has also been awarded a
field marshal's baton bv Emperor Frnnz
Josef of Austria. Vienna reported today.
Count Lonvnv carried the baton to
Potla and with it a niessacc of greeting
from Frank Josef.
"Warm sentiments toward your majesty
till my heart." wired Czar Ferdinand.
In exnresslnc thanks. "The all IiIkIi
war lord becomes niv sercno and lofty
ally, who deigns to confer upon my in
slttntncant personality tho highest honor
In the famous Austrian armv."
Woman Is Charged With
Robbing Passenger Train
CI.ARKfBl'RG. W Va.. Jan. 2fi.
Search Is being made for a woman be
lieved to have been imnllcated in the
robbery of the Baltimore and Ohio pas
senzer train of thousands of dollars In
inihluned ourrencv. Tills development
follows the arrest nf John Ilarrlh, in
San Antonio, Tex., on a charce of being
one of the bandits who held up the
'I lie woman areomnlirr is declined to
have been clad in overalls uud Jumucis
teuinx the hold-up.
NEW YORK, Jan. M.-I'riscllla K
von B. Ebllng, half-mlllion-dollur heir
ess, of Wechawken, today blushingly
admitted she braved her relatives' op
position and, since November '.'. has
been the secret bride of her grand
father's former chauftrtir, Fred Vo:
fort. one-time Geimaii army lieutenant,
and now emplojod by a tire store here
hen Mrs. Wolfort becomes twentv
one on February fl, she and her husband
will go South for a long honeymoon
trip. 'They will wait until then, because
upon that date she gets possession ot
her $SC0.im Tho only relative she toki
ot her marriage at tno time was ner
Resources Over $14,000,000
THROUGH t h c
ization, wide connec
tions and large re
sources of this insti
tution, our customers
arc rendered service
that is quick, efficient,
and thorough in c ery
, Your account is in
vited. 1& 'We issue our own
DRAFTS direct on London.
n..SVAJ- U'l' l S ilU.. i:V
EARNED SURPLUS el.000,000
is extended equal cour
tesy and attention heft, and
the SAME RATE OF IN
TEREST is paid on both
LARGE and SMALL AC
COUNTS. AViT You'll lind banking with us
pleasant, as well as profitable.
National Savings and
Corner 15th and N. Y. Ave.
N. L. Carpenter Co. I
Main Of nee, 17 William
Street, N. Y.
.Nvr Tork Stock w York Coffti
Nw York Cotton ChlcRo Uo' at
New Orleans Cottoa Nnv trl; Trodue
Atcoclate Members o( the Uvtrpott
Trlvate Wire With All 1'rlnclpal Cltl.
HERBERT H. BROWN,
15th null 11 Sts. N. W.
Tlie Safest Investments
Arr ih si lliat !u 1101 1m mate Ourln' din
ti'rue.i unuiilr.n of i tie- inonev or Mm'k mar-kii.-
Kimt (IimI of irnnl notes (Him mort-Kd-"'".
II 'Oiirril oil mil estate In th
liiMii'i Coliiiuliia. innstliiite "Rilt-iMlge '
InxeMuioiiit. rbe ilo not ilciK'Hd uiion th
llmnrla! recpen ll)lllt' oi ImlUlilualn or or
ioirttioii tor theli hihIiIIIh. .mil are ''xempt
from tii.i!ltn hn i":-on.l projieiU c ia
ni,il. mil h in rNinieiilH in .uii.ntntH froin
if. .ipii 'i -emi 'in I'ook'oi "t'on."rnlTij
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SWARTZELC, RHEEM &
7:: f.ill MIlliUT N. v.