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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, MARCH 14? 1016.
UNFIT FOR BENCH
BY TAFT AND ROOT
f y a-
Other Etf-rVesidents of Amerl
'oan Bar Association Join in
, -Opposition to Nominee.
ATTACKED IN COPPER CASE
William F. Fitzgerald Testifies
!He Favored Suppression in
:' . -. ,
In letters- presented todny to tho com
mitter In tirlix In'' th fltnosa of
Iiouli D. Dran'.lcl .M 1. Justice of t!o
Unltcr-3tetoa supremo Court, William
Ho ward, TaX t, Ellhu 'rtoot, Josoph II.
Choate, and other former' presidents of
tho American Bar Association, went on
record as oppc&lpr confirmation of Mr.
One hotter contained the signatures
of thoso mentioned and also of Ftneon
D. Baldwin and Francis nawlo. A sepa
rate letter was filed from Peter W.
McldrUn, of Savannah, Go.
TUa first Utter stated.
"The undersigned feel under tho pain
ful duty to say to you that in their
opinion taking Into view tho reputation,
character, and professional career of
Louis p. Brsndels, ho a not a fit per
son 'to ho a member of the Supremo
Court of tho United States."
The letter from Mr. Meldrun was sim
ilar In character
Concerning Copper Deals.
Tho Branlels hearing was reopened
this morning before tho subcommittee of
tho" Senate Judiciary Commute to hear
tcstlrnorry 'regarding Mr. Brandols' con
nection' with' tho Old oDminlon Copper
and m.o'Ittlnir Company case. In which,
prombtcra were required by court de
cree to- refund S.0OQ,000 to the company.
William P.. Fitzgerald, of Towfo and
Fitzgerald, stockbrokers of oBston, and
who noy Is licasuror of tho Democratic
Btthtc committee of Massachusetts,
charged Mr. Brandols with, favoring the
suppression of a redort from the stock
holders,' , and with recommending a
schemo for nnanclng tho company which
Mr. FltiKorald regards as Illegal.
Preliminary to his testimony Mr. Flts
gcrald .said he had been called by tho
committee 'ohd continued:
. "I thltjk Mr. Brandcls likes to get
himself in tho light of being persecuted.
I am trot trying to persecuto him, though
1 dlsllko him very much."
Acordlhg to Mr.. Fitzgerald, Mr.
Brandols uaa retained by, him and cer
tain of his customers who had Invested
in (he Old oDminlon Company. Later
Mr. Fitzgerald ahd his followers got
control of the Old .oDminlon Company
and tho Phclps-Dodgo oCmpany co
operated with them In tho , rehabilita
tion of the Old Dominion Company.
'How It Happened."
Mr. Fitzgerald said it was' proposed
to consolidate tho Old Dominion and
tho United Ulobo Company; A Phelps
Uodge property. Ho said an engineer
was engaged to look Into the relative
values of tho Old, Dominion and .ho
United Olobe. and that this engineer
leported unfavorably 'as to the lattcr's
According to Mr. Fitzgerald, Mr.
Brandcls argued for the concealment
of this report, and when Mr. Fits
gtlcrald wanted It published, Mr. Bran
dels said to him:
;You had better get on tho band
wagon. The money Is with the Phelps
On cross-examination by Senator
Walsh; -Mr. Fitzgerald admitted that
his partner, Mr. Cowlo, also had ad
vised withholding tho report.
Kdward. F. McClennen, partner of
Mr. Brandels, was called to the stand
and began a. lengthy review of the Old
Dominion Company caso. He was halt
ed by Senator Walsh, who said the only
.points in which tho oommltteo was In
torested were tho suppression of the re
port and -the financial plan said to have
Deen"recommended by Brandels. ,
' Planned Securties Company.
This plan, as described by Mr. Fitz
gerald, was to form a securities com
pany, offering the old stockholders the
first chance to subscribe and dividing
oihbng thorn as a Donua w.wu snares
of Old "Dominion stock free of charge.
Mr. McClennen read a letter from Mr.
Brandels to Mr. Fitzverald. ntnttng
ihnt Mr ftrnndols ns counsel for the
Old Dominion Company had no pover
to lisuo 'statements to stockholders.
In his letter Mr. Branded also point
ed out Uiat unaer me consolidation
ntnstkhnMers of tho Old Dominion would
profit more largely than they had In
Mr. Brandols asserted In the letter
that tho" Old Dominion property had
crned nothing In the pant eight years,
and that .even tho rumor of consolida
tion had can sea tno siock 10 jump irom
S3 to (13. Its par valuo was 25.
Trade Board Will Send
Delegates to Talk Peace
The Washington Board of Trade will
be represented at the conference of tho
World's Court League which -will be In
lnn In New York Mrv 2. 3. and 4.
to discuss methods of bringing about
pcaco in Europe.
President E. C. Brandenburg was au
thorized by tho executive committed
veitcrdav afternoon to appoint a dele
gation to represent tho board at tho
Tito executive committee also author
ized President Brandenburg to appoint
a committee to direct a "tag day" to
ralso funds for tho Improvement of
roads In Virginia that connect with Dis
trict highways. ,
The "committee elected six new mem
bers, to the board. They are Italston V,
J ones, Charles H. Taylor, Merrill P.
GaUlncr, W. Hayden Collins, C. a. Van
Kmon, and Louis O. Dlsmcr.
Education Board Takes Up
Forum Issue Tomorrow
Adlscuason of the forum question, In
volving the use of tho public schools for
community meetings on Sunday- after
noons, will he tho feature of the meet
ing of the Board of Education tomor
row. The meeting will be held In the
board room of tho Franklin School
Permission to use the Orover Cleve
land tSihool has1 been denUd tho Urover
Cleveland uommunuy norum, penning
an Investigation as to the course pur
sued.' In .other largo cities with respect
to the use of the, BChools for such nor-
poses. ..Superintendent Thurston an
nllts'fVoirt ii -sufficient number of Mchnnl
authorities1 of other cities with whom
ne ornraunica;ea to enaoie mm to re
port -on tho matter to the board at to
SWtrW's 'BM4U&. '
NOTES AND GOSSIP
OF CAPITAL SOCIETY
Items of Interest and Impor
tance of Past. Present, arid
(Continued from Page Nine.)
for tea later in the afternoon, when
Miss Marie Adams and Miss Ollvo
Cuslo will preside at the tea tabls,
which wilt bo adorned with a large cen
terpiece of Jonquils.
Mrs. SheDDard will leave Washington
at the end of tha week for Old Point
Return to Trenton.
Mr. and Mrs. Samudf Ollphant. "who
were guests of Mr. OllphantV brother
and slster-ln'-law, Mr. and Mrs. Hughes
Ollphant. returned to their nomo in
Mr. nnrt Mrs. William B. Ormo will
leavo Washington on Thursday for At
lantic City, where they will Join Miss
Etolse Orme at tho Chalfonte. They
Mill bo gone about ten days. .
Tho weekly recTptlon of the Anthony
Lcugue will be held this afternoon at
HOT Columbia road.
Mrs. Henry A. Barnhart, wlfo of
Coiigrcsman Barnhart of Indiana, will
be the guest of honor.
To Sing Irish SongaJ
A featuro of tho 8t. Patrick's benetlt
dance to bo given by tho Dixie Chapter.
U. D. C tomorrow evening at 8:80, at
the Confederate Memorial Home, will
be a group of Irish songs by Harry
Mrs. Maud no wen omiui, prcniueni oi
the nutrlct Division. U. D. C. who is
a member of the Dixie Chapter, hvadtt
tho committeo on arangemems, ansa
Mnv K. Little has charge of the decora
tions and favors, which wU carry out
the spirit of St. Patrick's Day, and Miss
Mujv Willis Coleman Is chairman of
tho refreshment committee.
Mr. and Mrs. Lara Anderson, who are
at Miami, entertained at dinner aboard
their houso boat Tho Iloxana. last
nlnht. Amomr their guests wcro Mrs.
John Kllgo'ur, Mrs. Kllgour Miller, Miss
Mary Miner and Hicnara uunon or -in
Mrs. John F. Rodgcrs returned to
Washington yesterday from New York,
where she was HI for several weeks.
following an operation for appendicitis,
Lieut. Comdr. Franck Taylor Evans,
II. H. N.. who iLccomDanled his mother,
Mrs. Robley Evans to Washington last
week, will leave here tomorrow for
Russians to Entertain.
Tho Russian ambassador and JIme.
Bakhmeteff will have guests at din
ner at tho embassy Friday evening,
entertaining In compliment tb 'tho
Vice President and Mrs. Marshall.
Pone who attended, the polo tour
nament at tho Whitney race track at
Aiken. P. C yesterday were Mr, and
Mrs William Bell Watk'n. Mr. and.
Mrs. Ueorce von L. Mtor, Mips Jullu
Mver and Mt. and Mrs. Charles A.
Guest of Brother.
Fiank Elchelberger. of Ohio and Mon
tana, who has been In Aiken, H. C, for
three weeks, Is now the guest of his
brother and slster-ln-laW. Mr. and Mrs,
Frederick Elchelberger, at their borne
in Bancroft place.
Mr. and Mra, Francis Clay Wallace,
fi, 4 UIIJUIUIIU. IUi UMIIUUtlWU w vaa
gagement of their daughter. Miss Mary
courtiandt wauace, to ju. uampDeu
Ollphant, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hughes
Ollphant, of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Raloh Smith will be
hosts at dinner at the Army and Navy
tiuu Thursday nignt.
Mrs. John F. Waggaman has come to
Washington from her country place
near Annapolis, Md., and has opened
her home in N street 'for a few days.
Mr and Mrs. Edward T. btotesbury
will go to Alkcn, a. C, at the end of
me weeK in ineir private car.
A birthday dance will be given to
night at 1101 Fourteenth street north
west by Dr. and Mrs. D F. Pyle In
honor of their daughter, Miss Francis
lienevlevs ' Pyle. Invitations have
been Bent to 176 young people.
Benjumln Micou, of Washington,
spent the week-end at the Tom a.
bchool. Port Deposit, where his son,
l'uul, is a 'student.
Come In a carnival spirit,
Come In a spirit of joy,
Leavucaro and trouble behind you,
Bo just a girl and a boy.
This Is the way the Invitation reads
for the carnival, March 21, at the Ar
cade. Fourteenth street and Park road,
for the benefit of Neighborhood House.
The committee In charge announces
that while fancy dress Is not obligatory,
It Is desired that those on the floor fol
low tho carnlvul spirit to the extent of
at least wearing some unusual head
dress. On the floor committeo aro
Count d'Ahdemar, Commander Henry
Butler, Arthur Campbell, William Bowie
Clark, Capt. Ridley McLean, Charles
Richardson, J, H. de Slbour, and John
Tho committee on arrangements in
clude Mrs. Paul Bartlett. Mrs. Charles
J. Bell. Mrs. Ward Brown, Miss Bea
trice Clover, Mrs. John C. Fremont,
Miss Francis Noyes. Mrs. George T.
Odell. Miss Sophie Slebert, Mrs. John
W. Thompson, Mrs. waiter Tuckerman,
and Mrs. John Jay WW to.
At a meeting of the board of trustees
of Neighborhood House yestorday, Miss
Sophie Slebert was elected president
of the board.
Members of tho Bnchelors' Club of
the Homo Club wore hosts at a dance
laut night attended by more than 200
members and their sruests. It. I
Kays, of tho General Land Office, was
chairman of the committee In charge,
which also Included I. O, James, of
the Pension Office; H. E. Tuftt, of
the Bureau of Mines; K. W. Walkelt
cf the Patent Office; li. A. Frey of
the Indian Office; Dr. T. S. O'Connor,
of1 tho Secretary's Office, and H. L.
Holgate, tff tho Reclamation Bureau.
Lieut C. Newton was host at a box
party at the National Theattr last
evening, entertaining in compliment
to Mr. and Mrs. Francis Alton Con
nolly. The guesta asked to meet Mr.
and Mrs. Connolly were Mrs. R. J.
Hunter, Miss Mary Qlenn, of Chicago,
ASK FOR. ana GET "
CbMP substitute 6Mt YOU HBM hU
who Is vlsltlnrr Mrs. Kdward Hurley,
and Walter PeMfleld.
Afterward tho party attended tha
Upper dance at the- Wlllard.
Millers Giro Dinner.
Congressman and Mrs. Clarence D.
Miller entertained at dinner last even
ing at their homo In Connecticut ave
nue. Their guests were Congressman
and Mra Falrchlld, Congressman and
'H.-. n rr.,M fl kh4. umi mA
ward Munson and Major and Mrs. It.
MIbh Ruth K. Rico will bo hostess
at an Informal tea on Thursday af
ternoon at 6 o'clock In compliment to
Miss Margaret Rlct.
Mrs- Porsey.Clngett has left Wash
ington to make hor permanent homo
In Carroltcn, Md
Mrs. Brace Hamilton la entertaining
at brldgo this afternoon.
Her guests aro Miss Alya Downing,
Miss LucyAdee, Miss Lena Hitchcock,
Mlu Dorothy Mason, Miss Florence
Stewart, Mrs. .Frederick liennessy, Mrs.
Calvin DeWItt, Mrs. II, q. Relslnger,
Miss Josephine Mason, Miss Charlotto
Capers, Miss Marjorlo Bartlett, Mrs.
May Dyer, and Miss Emily Fair, of
Warrenton, Va.; Mrs. Hugh Bouthgato,
Mrs. Claudo Block, and Miss Ura Joe
At tho tea which will follow and for
which a number of guests have been
asked, Mrs. Hamilton's aunt, Mrs.
Fronds S. Nash, and Mrs. Benjamin
Hamilton will preside at tho table,
Tho decorations aro pink sweet peas
and corsage bouquets of pink sweet
peas will be the prizes.
To Entertain Marshalls.
The Governor of tho Federal ncservo
Board and Mrs. Charles a. Hamlin will
entertain at dinner Saturday evening
for the Vice President and Mrs. Mar
shall. Vice President nnd Mrs. Marshall will
also be tho guesta of honor nt tho din
ner which tho British Ambassador and
Lady Spring-Rico aro giving March. 2&
To Aid French Troops.
The executive committee of prominent
Waahlngtonlans who organized last week
at tho home of Mrs. Lawrence Town
send to solicit funds for tho establish
ment of schools where maimed French
noldlcrs may be taught trades, has an
nounced that It Is planning an enter
talnment in April for the benefit of this
A socloty tor educating these) crippled
men, some 30.000 In number, who will bo
unable to tako up their old trades, haa
been formed In Franco, with representa
tive committer In neutral countries.
Tho central committee for tho United
States is in New York, though tho
Washington branch was one of tho earli
est to bexformed. This committeo com
prises Mrs. Theodore V. Boynton, Mrs.
Truxton Bealo. Mrs. W. Corcoran Eus
tls, Mrs. Marshall Field. Mrs. Augustus
. Gardner, treasurer; Miss Sarah Lee,
Miss Margaretta MaoVcagh, Viscoun
tess Henri de Slbour, Mrs. Lawrenco
Townscnd, secretary; Walter V. K. Ber
ry, and Truxton Beale.
Mrs. Edmund L. Baylies la chairman
for the United States, and tho execu
tive committeo consists of Mrs. Charles
R. Alexander, Mrs. Ogdon Mills. Mrs.
William Douglas Sloano, Mrs. Cornelius
Vanderbllt. Joseph 11. Choate, Myron T.
Horrlck. J. W. Riddle. Edmund L. Bay
lies and Moncuro Robinson.
Wounded Officer Salutes
Baby Calling Him Daddy
LONDON. March H.-The following
sidelight on war was necn on a
Iondon street today.
A British officer, carrying his arm
in a sling, was preparing to step off
a street car when a young woman,
dressed in, deop mourning, a baby In
her arms stepped on the platform.
Tho child cried "Daddy" with embar
rassing enthusiasm en seeing tho of-
The passengers giggled, tho officer
blushed, but tears rushed Into tho
eyes of the young widow. In an In
stant the tragedy of war was reveal
ed to everybody. The wounded offl
eor drew himself up atlffir and sa
luted the bahy. This tribute to tha
dead father froze nny further merri
ment, and the incident was closed.
To Confer on Proposed
Purchase of Dean Tract
Commissioner Louis Brownlow will
discuss with committees of tho Cham
ber of Commerco today tho recommen
dations of the District Comlssloners
calling for the purchase of tho Dean
tract for park purposes and tho estab
lishment of a municipal aewage disposal
Commissioner Brownlow will present
his views on the proposed purchase or
the Dean tract to the committee on
Darks, highways, and bridges, and will
talk on tho disposal plant before tho
committeo on municipal legislation.
Benator Moses Clapp will bo the prin
cipal speaker at the regular monthly
meeting of the Chamber at 8 o'clock
Potomao Electric Consolidated K'a,
n.oooaioo. jo.ooojripo, jxmosioo, ij.oowp
Mergenthaler Linotype, lW166',f
LanBton Monotype, 4Q70, 2070K.
After call Washington
capital Traction ITS, 5,KirlOTtf, J3.O0O
.,S$ Electriq Consolidated
Capital Traction, SQ&K,
Surplui and Undivided Profits, over $550,000.00
Thi Commercial National Bank
THE BANK OF PERSONAL SERVICE
Corncr-Fgarteenth and G Sts.
HUNDREDS of farsighted individuals are securing their
financial future with the assistance of OUR SAVINGS
DEPT. They set aside fixed sums from their earnings,
and bank them regularly EVERY PAY DAY.
fl OUR SAVINGS DEPT. pays the Fullest Interest gives
money the protection of a National Bank of LARGE RE
SOURCES. The best place for. YOUR "neat egg" to grow.
OQfo Interest Paid on Daily Balances QC&
J XJ In Our Savings Department O A
GFULL INTEREST on every dollar for
ACTUAL NUMBER OF DAYS ON DEPOSIT.
Ashton G. Clapham.... President
Arthur Lee . Vice President
James A. Cahill Vice President
Tucker K. Sands Vice President and Cashier
Frank E. Ghiselli Assistant Cashier
Herbert V. Hunt.... Assistant Cashier
LOCAL AND NEW YORK FINANCIAL NEWS
A better demand for bonds developed
at today's session of the Washington
Stock Exchange and stocks of the type
setting machlno companies were ap
preciably stronger. '
Doth Potomao Etectrlo rower consoll.
dated 5 per cent bonis and Capital Trac
tion E'a found a good market at higher
prices than havo provallod for soveral
wqeks. A, total of $11,000 worth of tho
consolidated 6'a brought 100, or U of a
point mora than on the crevlous sals.
and tho quotation figures were advanced J
irom W bid, and 100 asked to to
and 100H. respectively.
Tho Capital Traction bonds wero
traded In at tho asked price of tho
provlous day, a total of $10,600 worth
After 4 shores of Lanston Monotypo
stock had sold at 70. and 20 shares at
TOJi, tho quotation bid was advanced
u. point to 70, and tho lowest offering
was 70T4. There woro bids on tho floor
at 70H. Mergenthaler Linotype was bid
up a full point to leotf, and 10 shares
sold at that figure.
Other sales consisted of a $500 Wash
ington Railway and Electric 4 per cent
bond at i81V4; 20 shares of Commercial
TJatlpnal Dini at 194, and 8 shares of
Capital Traction at ts. Tho latter
stock was selling cx-Dlvldend iu per
The governing committee of tho Ex
change today recommended the adoption
of numerous amendments to tho consti
tution of that body, which wero re
ported by a special committeo last
week. Tho members will vote on tho
amended constitution Friday.
Tho American Graphophono' Company
has declared a dividend of i per cent
on Its common stock, payable April 1,
to stockholders of record tomorrow.
Tho regular quarterly dividend of Hi
per cent haa been declared by tho Cap
ital Traction Company, payable April
1 to stockholders of record at the close
f business today. Tho transfer books
win be closed from tomorrow to March
31, both dates Inclusive.
FUNERAL RITES FOR
Hours and PIpces of Service Ar
ranged by Bereaved FamHfes.
Funeral services for James ir. o..rl
who died Sunday at his homo in Ana
costla. will be held nt Allen's chapel at
Garfield, D. C. tomorrow t n nvinxu
Cemetery! '" b' mad0 ,n Arl,nBton
Br!. Gen. J. G Muhlenbcrjr.
Funeral aorvlccs for nrlir. non. Jnhn
Cameron Muhlenberg, U. S. A retired.
wno died; Sunday, aged, stxtv-elirht
jonrs. win ho hrM .( nt; i... :L"rll
afiivftV'TS "rthVe.t. tSmorroTv
fi Jin" cI.ockV. Inencnt will bo made
In Arlington Cemetery.
G A. Brandt.
Funeral services for Qustavus Adolph
Brandt, who iHiul viniiriinv nAt .
cnty-two years, will be hold 'at his lato
residence. 631 Maryland avenue south?
west, tomorrow nt 2 o'clock
hi"aI. "crvl,cc 'or William Dlvver,
who died Sunday, wll be held at his
lato residence. 13fi7 D street southwrat
tomorrow at 8:30 o'clock.
Miss Amanda Jenifer.
Funeral servlm fi xnB. . ,
MVA0 ,10.!J Saturday, will bi h d
at her late resldenco. 1313 South Caro
lina, avenuo southeast, tomorrow nt 3
WhlrCk,mh.e.nCn,.0v8t' CXP"""'" Church,
wncro mass will ho rriri.mt.
Mr.. S. A. Klrby.
Funeral services for Mrs. Sarah Allco
Klrby. who dlod Sunday at her resi
dence, near East Falls Church. In her
seventy-ninth year, will be held at Du
lln Chapel M. E. Church tomorrow nt
2 o clock. Interment will bo mado In
Private Interment for Charles Rein
hardt, who died at his residence. 305
Sixth street northwest, Sunday, will bo
mado tomorrow at 2 o'clock.
Mrs. M J. Berkley.
Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Jane
Berkley who died yesterday, wilt bo held
at her lato resldenco, 1675 Gales street
northeast, tomorrow at 2 o'clock. In
terment will be made in Arlington
Fimeral service's for Charles Hoffman,
who died yesterday, will be held at his
late residence, 1S2S Twelfth street north
west. Thursday at 8 o'clock, thence to
tho Church of the Immaculate Concep
tion, whero requiem mass will be cele
brated at 8:30 q'clock.
Percy P. Leach.
Funeral services for Percy Fenwlck
Leach, who died suddenly in New York
on Friday, were held at Lee's chapel
this morning at 11 o'clock.
Prank L.L Yarick.
Funeral services for Frank L. Yarick,
who died Saturday, will bo held at the
flardo chapel tomorrow at 2:30 o'clock.
Interment will be made In Glenwood
New York Stocky.
All transactions In slocks aro on tho tasM
f dollars nd frsrtlons tBoroot
Quotations iurnlohod or W. B. Hlbbe s
Co., mombora of Nw Tork Stock Excaaose,
Hit h. Low, p nt. Clnot,
Alaska O. H. Cft 11 31V4 1IM1 1H
Allls dial 33M StW 83'il 3Jtt
Am Acr Chera Co...,. 69 87i co I 674
Am nt Bur Com..... n ti 7iH I toh
Am Can 63H MVi 63 es
Am O r 71 73H 74HI 7SV4
Am Coal Frod Co....l9JH 161 I6IH 1 1MM
Am Cotton, Oil. Mil MM StH
Am Hide A Lea.... IIH 10 lOMI Oti
Am Ice Security soH'DOti 30V4I 30 H
Am Linseed Co H MVi Vil n
Am LocomoUye.... . 83H 7SK 3 I 79
Am Bmeltlntr 1WH 101 in I100U
Am atoel Foun MM ii WHI MM
AmBua&nof oom..,0))H I08M I08M 1 108M
Amer. Tele-. Tel..iu, its 119 I t8M
Amortcan Tobacco., 193 197M 107',i 1 196
Amer. Woolen CO...MV. MU MHI MH
Anaconda... i... 8SV4 88 HI 87H
Atchlnon I0IV4 101 101 H I lOaM
AUaa. Coast Llne,...IIOM I10M IIOMIHO
Ualdwln Loco. WorlttlSV. U1U U1H 1 1UH
Baltimore ft Ohio,... 89V4 E8H 88 I 88l
Brooklyn nap.' Tran 66H 85 8JV4I MM
Uethlebam Steel B50 9 M Iftlltt
D. F. Goodrich 7IH 73H 73MI 7SH
a A & Cop. CO Ktt OlM.BlMl MVi
Calif. Petrol 25 Mi 4HI JIM
Canadian Pacino 169 166 I67V4 1 166H
Central Leather MM MM MHI M
Chesapeake ft Ohio.. MM 61M MM I 61H
Chlno Con. Cop 66 MM MM I M
c.. x. I. ft p. n..i. nu 17 mi l ten
Chi., ft Great West... 13 I1M UMI 18
ChL, Mil. 4 8CP MM BU B5VU 61 H
CbtosEO ft N. W iriM ItoM 1J7H 1 1MM
Continental Can Co 85 85 85 I 85M
CoL lUel ft Iron.... 47 M 46Vi 46KI 46Vi
Consolidated das... IJ4M ISI '' UtM I
Corn rroducta... ..'.... 3H K ni
Crucible Hteel Co OiH Mi SIM I BsM
Cuban-Am. Suvar Co auri HO sl4H I SOBH
Olstlllera' SecMriUas. 49H 48 48MI 49
JTrte S8M 36H I7MI 37
Krie.lstpfd 63fi MM MVi I HH
Oenerat Electrlo 173M 171 173 1171
Great Northern Ore.. 46M 45M 46MI 45
Oreat Northern pfd.tOM l klt3MllllU
tlllnoU Central 103 103 103 I I0IM
Inspiration Coppor... 47H 48V4 46MI 47H
Kan. City South nVi n T7MI MM
Lackawanna Btesl... 81Vi 79 81 I 78M
Uhlgh Valley 79 77H 78MI 77H
Maxwell Motor Co.... Vi 63 64Vi I 61H
Maxwell M. Co. ptd. 85 85 K.V4 I SIM
Mex. Pstrol 04W 101H 103MI 10IH
Mjaml Coppar 36 MM 36MI Ktt
National DUcult com in la i I ltiH
Nat. Enamel.'. rVi tQH MSI 26
National Lead 63 67M 67M I 67H
N. T. Air Brake Co.. ,150 IIIM IOMI4MM
Nevada Con. Coppor. 16 IBM UMI 16
N.'T. Central I06M 105M 106 I I05M
N.T..N. II ftH 674 67 67MI 66H
N.T..O.W KU MM SSKI
Norfolk ft Western.. .120 I19M II9S 1 119
Korthern PaclOo IIIM II3H 114VI I H3Vi
PltUburah Coal Co.. rM MM MM I S9
Pensylvanla R. R.. &7H 57 67 I 57
Pre. & Car. com 58 57 68 I UK
Pullman Company... 163 163 163 1 163M
lUv Con. Copper SIM I4M Z4MI I4M
nallSteelSDvs.com. 4IM 41M 44M 4 Hi
llcr. Iron ft Steel 6IM 63M 54 1 53M
Reading B7M 8tH 86HI 84M
Sloss. Hcher. Steel... 58M 58 53 I 67M
Southern Pacific S9H B8H W 98M
boumern iiauway.... m 3IH 31HI X1M
South Ry., pfd C9M 59M 59M I
Btudebaker Corp H9Vi HVi K8MIII6M
Tennessee Copper.... 58 6TM 58 I 57
Third Ave. R. R. 62M 61M 6JMI 6IM
Union Pacific 131M I33M I34V4 1 133
United Clear Stores.. eM 9 9MI OM
U. 8. Industrial Alcohl57M 154 I55HH57M
U. S. Rubber, com ... StH 53 51 SIM
U.S. Steel eSM 85M MHI 85M
U. B. Steel, pfd 117 I16M 117 1 1I6M
Utah Copper 63H 83M 83M 83M
Va-Car. Chemical.... 46M 46M 40MI 46
Western Maryland... 38 teM 28 I I7M
Western Union Toleg B1V4 90M 9IM I 00
WesUnshouse Electrl 68M 66H 66M I oVt
Willys Overland Co.. 336 331 336 1 334
Wuoiwortb izi 131 131
Anxlo-Fr. Loan Vs.. OlVi olM WM 94M
O. ft O. ten. 4's 9IH S1H 91H1
C. B Q. lolnt4's... 98H 08M 08MI 98U
South. Iac. CVt. 4'S.. 88V. 88 88 I 88
South. PaccvLB's... 106 105 103 1106
Southern Hwy. S's. I03H 03H 103H I
Make up your mind to nave loii'tm
atlcallx and you will accomplish moro
In anting than etrr.
SlIIISCniPTIONB FOR. THE
70th Issue of Stock
Shares, $2.50 Per Month
Further Information will bo cheer
fully furnlihed upon application at the
915 F St. N. W.
JOHN JOY EDSOV, President.
PRANK P. nilKSIDB, Secretary.
1 New York Stoo Exchant.
Uombers. LNew York rotton Fxchanso.
fOhlcarj Hoard of Trnds,
J Waihlngton Stock Exchantft. (
Tlourht and sold on iam
favoraMe trms aa wo offer
for trading; In Now XorU
tocks and bonds.
The Safest Investments
Are those that do not fluctuate during dis
turbed condition! of the money or atock mar
keta, Flrat deed of trust notes (flret mort
). well secured on real eatate In tbe
nutrlct of Columbia, commute "glltedge"
Investments. They Co not depend upon the
financial retponalMllty of Individuals or cor
Doratlona for their stability, and are exempt
fno uxatlon aa pereonal property. We can
auDDly auch Inveatmenta In amounts from
KM upward. Send for booklet "Concerning
joana and Inveatmenta."
SWARTZELL, RHEEM &
IW UTU STREET K. W.
Local Bond Market.
ti, B, Ttcir. ZS... ................ 99n ...
V, B. Coupon 28.... WH
y, H. Reg-. S's , 102V
U. S. Coupon S's 103
U. B. Resr. 4's..........: 110
U. 8, Coupon ,4' 1UH 111
U. C. s.G5's... 109 '
Geo. Gas Cert Ind. 6'a 1HH ...
OeorKetown Oas B's , 10J .. ,
Wasnlngton Qaa. 6 , 10SH 1(TO
Col. Oas & fileo, s's 71 ...
Col. Oas ft Kleo. Deb. S's...... 60 .'..
Cap. Traction R. R. Va ,. 10$'
Ana. Pot. Guar. S's W
Anacostla ft Potnmn K' DTI
Cltv & Suburban r.' mtii imtt
'"trppolltan R. R. 6's 10! J04i
Wash. Rwy ft Klcc. i'u 80tf 81
Potomao Rice. cons. B'a WA 10OW
Potomao KIccLt. 5 108 101
V .icjuiona OB, ,, mayi
Wath. Market Va WJ m
Wash. Market S's. U47.. ..... 96
W. M. Cold Storsro S's..,...?. M
N. ft W. Steamboat B's 106
ft "ea ty 6'a (lone) 103
niKS Rallty 6's (short) 101
PUBLIC OTILITT STOCKS.
Capital Traction 83
Wash. Ry. & Elec com MV4
Wiuih. Ry ft Elec. pfd 81
S W Steamboat 1B0
Washlnrton Qua 714
'""' ". ee jeiEa lis ...
TYPE MACHINE STOCKS.
Merjfcnthaler Linotype Jtt 17
Lanston Monotypo 70 70T4
n.. MJNINO STOCK.
Greene Cananea 49 ...
NATIONAL BANK STOCKS.
t olumbla Nat. Bank..V HO
Commercial Nat. Bank IB
District Nat Bank m
VSJ?i Nat.Bank....v i
Metropolitan Nat Bank i7
Second Nat. Bank in
Nat Bank of Washlnrtnn.... mo
TRDST COMPANT STOCKB.
Amor. Beo. ft Trust a M5
National Bav. ft Trust sea '
Wash fiian JL TMoai '- tKJm
Continental Trust ..'.'.'.".'.".".". 117 w
HAVINGS BANK BTOCIC.
TTaima DhmImi.. k
Mank of Com. ft Bar vt
Rast 'Wash. Hav. n.intr.. iiz
Boc. Bar. A Com. Bank i
FIRE TNStJItANCB STOCKH.
Arlington Flro Insurance gu
Corcoran Flro Insurance so
inremen'a Fire Insurance.... Utt ...
Oer. Amer. Flro Ins 3 ...
Nat Union FIra Ins ...
TITLE INSURANCE STOCKS.
Columbia Title Insurance 4H M
Chapln Sacks irt ...
D. C. Paper Mfir. Co., IK
urnnnopnone com ng
urapnopnone pfd jaj
. . --
aiercn. irnns. & storage 10O
Security 8t.jrag u
Washington Market iH
( Wholesale Produce m
KQOS Nearbr. freah. Hi. n. .... . ...
ern. Ma pr doi.' ' "" '" w" "ou""
UrV" T n,W' U "' lb
JX'gMWr ff Mr ,b-s "
LIVE J'OULTnY-flena. lo pr lb.. Hva
JKT1""r,,'.I,c:50 T lb-! I"lD chlckinV. 09
LIVE 8TOCK-Veal calrea, beat. ISUo
Kl4Hc (r lb.; lamb. o txr lb.
Taylor TVad!)-rotatoe. U pr bbl.; onloni
ll.i S per bu tt.TS pr aack; cabbago, tl.M
par bbl.; turnips, 11.75 per bbl.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $2,000,000.00
Of the Entire Population
Of the District of Columbia
ARE DEPOSITORS In
SAME RATE of
Both Large and
WTLTJAM O. HOOVER President GEOItaB IIOWAJID Treaaum
wooDDunr blair 1st vie Pm. giia1.1- Eo.V.V:J'utZ
rRANK VT. BTONH Id Vloa Pros. TOANK STETSON Trust Otacar
Woodbury Blair George W. Gray Edward McLean
a.C-A.DByudchaan WSPSSSST T n
William A. II. Church Reginald B. Huldekopar William r. Quloksall
Walter C. Clephans O. h. p. Johnson Prank W. Stone
William V. Cox Thomas R. Jones William II. Walker '
William B. Edmonston Victor Kauffmann Henry K. Wlllant
National Savings and Trust
Corner lSth Street and New York Avenue.
Oldest Savings Depository in Washington
NEW YORK, March 14. Bcthlehea
led the market In rush of early
buylns; oh the stock exchange texjay
opening atJ(B0, up 25 1-4. There ware)
other marked advances In war Indus
trials, Crucible at 95, showing; a gala
of 2 1-8. Later Crucible receded to
Baldwin Locomotive at 111 -warn
up fractionally! American Locomotive
at 80)4 wall up VA, and Republk) and
Lackawanna Steel were each up frac
tionally. United State Steel -at II
was up V.
Mexican Specialties war strong-,
Mexican Petroleum at 508 showing;
an advance of Ti.
Crucible shortly rebounded to Ita
opening; prjee and other, atocka which
wero tip In the Initial trading con
tinued their rise. American Locomo
tve went to 81, and Baldwin went to
112. Weatlnghouee wax strong. .
Fears that the upward movement
might not be entirely healthy devel
oped toward noon, but tha heavy
buying continued, and there wore no
Trading waa brisk la U. 8. Heel.
Baldwin Locomottra continued to ad
vance and Westlnghouse roso aoie
than a point
STATEMENT OF TOB CONDITION
Aetna Life Insurance Com
pany, of Hartford,
On tha Hal dv at nimtiat u . u..i j
JunlS H"1 J Flun"ia CdraSindod
Juno aptb. IMS, aad Auguat U, lnT
capital atocK...... S4.OCi.ojO on
tapitaj stock paid up. In eart.... (.OMOOO Co
i up. in ea
Cash IS offleo
Cub Hi bank,
"aj eataio ,,. Lim,TlM
. hmu uvhiu wimriLpi values
of stocks, amortised valuas c
. bondf) , , 4A.SSTHIII
Policy loans .....:"! U04t7S
Premiums uncollected and In ","""v"
handi of agents S.TJ4.MS11
Interest and ronu duo and ao-
AH other aaaota U.M4 It
Total assets U4.W.MH
Net unpaid clalma tf?t.ra
neaerve as required by" law 4,7.-aa
Special reserves In addition to
above M4U44 00
.wriii.ui.i. iiritBiunu, laieamoa
I'rsmiuma, iniereat ana rent
cold In advanm
Salaries, rents, expenses, taxes,
Commliilona. brokerags, eto.
Dividends declared, apportioned.
set aside, prorlalonally ascer
tained or at interest........ 1, J.41I.JW M
Capital atook 5.000,000 0
All other UablUUes l,Kl
Unaaalgned funda (iurplui). ...... U,M3,4tlB2
Total Uabllltlra U4.SMLGUM
Amount of rlak assumed and char
acter of bualneaa transacted
during tbe year 115 s
Accident, health and llabUlty... g,Ka,M0 00
Loeaea auatalned during the yaar
Accident, health and liability.. 4.UO,0274
Income during the year IMS:
Accident, health and liability.., f,6St,lU (7
Expended during tha year U1S:
Life ,. 17.14S.M0t7
Accident, health andllabtlltr... aH.Ul 41
J. Ta BNaUBH. Vice President.
VT. K. NSWGLlt Aas't. Secretary.
Rubecrlbed and sworn to before ma this
Ztth day of February, 114.
(Deal) DWIOIIT M. 73, D75WTST.
. Notary Public.
W. H. PARSONS,Dist Agt.,
829 WOODWARD BUILDING.
WashlagtoB, D. C
the Banking Dept. of this
company the number of
open accounts on our books
flTHINK of it I One per
son in every ten including
children and babes in arms
identified with this com
pany! Has any institution
in any other city such a
HIT CERTAINLY reflects
much credit' on the thrift
and good judgment of
HOUR Banking Dept. in
vites accounts of every size
extends every courtesy
consistent with sound bank
ing. Start your account
THIS PAY DAY.
Interest Paid on