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A *a I-w. L. do&,
1th ner V. r.n
dep ot& 1ut a
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"pgere" a"d paiiate Va
* e r 4t sar M Idm era
-wn biek etaising 6 r.
; gat. Newly de"este
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S01 SoVUMth r Buds., 1f
Phones Maiin $7
se,60s a ap
ri * iA WILIA K.n
detached home In best
Sow~e"'sc4o; Ultra snode~rn mi
tiled bath, breakfast and
agporch; hardwoed door; hot
bt; 4*trio lights; garage
oji to paved alle ; attractive
.00 for quick sa e.
kal-detached hpme . of six room*
bath; front and double reer
leetric lights.. hot-water
igarage; ne loca'lon; $1,500
140 Eye Street.
3kUTIMUIL 7-room, R. hall, bath; cellar
ander whole h03.e; large, light attic;
fer bedrooms; ua-water heat; electricity;
; tot 40x130; beautiful, reflped locality;
no beautifully 1roished; $6.000; $1.500
b for all; $40 mlonthly.
. C. WALKER. Kresge Bldg.. 11th & G.
Os M at. N. S., between Sth and dth.,
two-family apartment of 6 rooms and bath
edeb; I trobe heat, nice deep y d to wide
02y. with plentyof rodan garage;
Uetpd at pro-war price of $40 per m6ath.
4 spendid Investment and home.
-eLACHI.EN BANKINO CORP'N.
Real Estate Dept.. 10th and 0.
Main 432. Evenings, North 1026-3.
YoR SA.LE-By owner, northwest location;
RIce, cosy home, 6 rooms. tiled bath,
electric lights, parquet floor.; room for gar
age; vacant; only $000 cash requitred; real
bargain; act quick. Address BOX A-31,
PRETTY home of 3 rooms, bath, sleeping
porch; front and side porch.s; gas; elec
tricity; garage for 2 cars; lot 601300. with
fruit, shade and pretty lawns; close to
ears; $6.000; $1.000 cash; $50 monthly.
O0. C. WALKER. Kresge Bldg., 11th & G.
6-ROOM and bath brick house on Marion
at. N. W., bet. Gth and 7th ate. and Q
d Ri in perfect condition; price. $6,600.
rp BOX A -, t.nes office.
SUBURBAN FOR SALE
1OW to be your own landlord at Chevy
Chase on 300 down and $16 per month.
per full particulars write. telephone or call
o JAMN8 H. GORDON, 413 Evans bldg.
tYSO-Wssvterms; 6-room and bath. elec
a o oito ne-pipe furnace; gas sewer
aM Water; large grodads; near city; one
O are; act quick -to get this-too good
1 . -f RANN CO.,.7 11th . N. W.
Si~tAL5--At acriftee; bungalow; 4
, um.bath. electric light, fruit, out-build
iae large lot. Write BOX 393 Times. *
'Homette* at Hatheld, Va.
Mefour rooms; One well; lot 502140
ts y; im ediate posession; few hes
jswn; blance lIke rent.
~a get three adjoining Iota em same
yapmesta; must be aeon to be appreoiated.
"Horne-8te "/ $850 up.
Dmnm~n Locations, $800 up.
$10 Desposit; $5 Monthly;
dwellIngs' and atore; easy
agef4n o premieen every day.
R. 8. ROBERTS,
4 le.froem 12th at. amd Pa. ave. N. W.
. .Address, Fort Myer. Vs,
U house, bath: gas, eletrcity;
relot; will sell or rt. Phone
ANRNS FOR SALE
Vw~Ir sa farm list, homeoekers.
* LOTS FOR MALE
Y~eover 304 cIty building lots for
~~one ~ et them clear of debt, one
~'bestthen. I am selling thefm for
~ to what they will be selling for
3. D. GARMAN,
Duet NationaS spak Bldg.
EPBTA ECALU oolered man, a six
ui bea e em n tems N.w. section
weaproperty of any hind te
~iIthe prios b right liat it with me.
a gret lmanJ stive buayera.
tNatIonal ak B idg.
PDONOHOM A IONS,
Os biit rListof Homes aa
O R OUUDI FOR gAj.g
soet ~ desiain te make
property with mm
v. neennMnA atas' us .
JIO 86 14.6
en IL ea
se,04 01" a sSa now
Sftu, I esa.A _ L1. It r.
$160 .'040 eso". 44h 4. o r. and
r . . J. &V0, Sar
15.163500 ave. m" 49th. T
P.I 1W8 Cirsa . r. and b.
$s KwsN.- s .e and K.dJ.ath;
erab-w d r
0.Ws st '. gosh. 41 r. ad b.
t ,ss.14 4. and en bath;
. m . re e .e -
mOde paow 6,653t . vArb.
SI.IfA-9s6 PIRO ,atuem vais..
si30 st. A r n All
$13.900- ear t tireo. Attrestive I
r. ad b;elea.ial-et; h.-w. h..
olee.. doeble briek gaine,
$12.606t at. Mass. ave. 0 r. and
sle, ight Veeast.
&h and I St. N. W.
and Main 100.
- Mta Ift
Near 14th ad .lorida avanse; mix
room and home of - brieck am
struotloa colenial front perch;
electric h heating plan:
statloary tebe; space -for
garage on RI-foot alloy;
Brilt home of six rooms and tile
ath; edlonlal front porch; double
resr porches; hot-water heat; electric
light.; hardwood Soors and trim;
1.6:4 Iaitial psymeat--asy monthly
3USUIES ROPfRTY FOR SA
6 DUPONT CIRCLAI-Musicni and literary
artists for teaching or practice; also
tor club teotlas or private parlor on
tertainet 6C 9 p. m Pr. 1330.
COMPLETE stocked grocery, meat aspd
togetable market; rent $2T month; long
lease; up-to-date Axturee. S0T Rock Creek
Church road; act Sickly.
I HAVE a large acreage in the
best oil and gas belt in Okla
homa; will consider part cash
and trade; what have you? Sub
mit offer, BOX A-40, Time of
WHAT HAVE you to trade?
We have several apts., im
proved and unimproved real es
tate, in. Washington and out of
town. For quick results consult
THE W. V. OGLE CO., Inc., 3rd
floor, Muney bldg. Main 8711.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
If you have good second trust to sell I
can sell it for you, and get you the cash.
Or I will exchange you good city building
lots for It.
J. D. GARMAN,
District National Bank Bldg.
MONEY TO LOAN-S26 to- 60.0 ea a
C. real estate. Severai trust Inad. AM
transactione eeumucted with eebneied
eensdeatilo' for borrowers.
WM. H. SAUNDERS &
6&uthern Buildlng. $01 36th . W.
LAgUtsed by the District of Ckumbis
DIFFERENT FROM ALL OTHERS.
ONE OP THE WORLD'S MOST DISTINl
GUISHED MENTAL PSYCHIC.NEMD
USAND LIFE READERS.
+UIO. 924 14th St. N. W.
CONSULT THIS GIFTED LADY AND BE
CONVINCED PERSONALLY OF THE
HONESTY AND SINCERITY OP HER
If you are In trouble of any kInd. discon
tented, unhappy, have had bad luck, or a
troubles that annoy you. Mmne. Spencer wiI
tell you shout them and how to overcome
them. Her advIce and assistance have
made thousands -happy.
IT WILL HELP YOU.
THE REASON MMD. SPENCER HAS
A TTAINED GREAT SUCCESS IS BECAUSE
OP THE MANNER4 IN WHICH SHE DEALT
WITH HER CLIENTS WITHIN LAST 20
YEARS. In the first place, her business
methods are aseolutely clean and honeet;
11 NEVER PROMISES MORE THAN
I IS ABSOLUTELY SURE THAT
SHE CAN DO; she makes no misleading
or unbuslneeellke proposltions; while she is
anxious to help every one, she wants to de
se upon an honest, fair. and squmare basis
wIth mutual coanidence and respect between
herself and elient. 11 SHE CANNOT HELP
YOU, S HE WILL NOT TAKE YOUR
MON EY'. Cut this out for future maccms
and reference. Hours 10 to ? p. m. CRe
member the address. 24 14th st. N. W. e
ACKN4OWL3DGEI) TO HAVE NO EQUAL.
MEDIUM AND PSYCHIC MENTALIT.
INSPIRATIONAL LIFE READER.
- TELLS YOUR NAME
STUDIO, 1220 0 ST. N. W.
Tells you the cause of your trouble. hew
to permanently overcome it; tells names of
friends, enemies; husband, wIfe or sweet
heart it false or true; yho to trust, whp
to avoId. REUNITES SEPARAT.D, WHO
AND WHEN MARRY IF EVit
FOR POSITIVE REdULTS A IR ALL
OTHERS PAIL. SEE CARLETTA. e
Celebrated setentinec Gypsy Palmist, per
manentiy (toN. T. ave., cor th t. ,
Noted Clairvoyant ad Palmaist, earn j
yowl lIfe by the lines In yew pam.w, o
are the reord of yoar tie. eng a gd
unto oft6wo colleges oal rm. a
wenderful gift ot second eIght saae i
to lIft the veil of mtystery and reato
& ~uImportant raatters of your future life0
healthaand fanily frts tells mo0
yor future husband er wife; tellS it ee
a~ love is true or false; what pa et he
oomatry M lucktest to you; oit tee to
be sucotsstui in life remevue trbes.
all nattare; brings te separated tdue;
tell. -.e secret .. avi., ger..a. nk
ego wit roar assetl re em
fAe, Io181isNew Yerk sos. 6.'I., meat
Aeor to Maesonie Temple, e
60e ' MADAM ALLEN 50e
CfA.RVOYANT? AND) PALMIBT.
(luarantees to read year entire lIfe--past.
prese and fa~ure isi tru edven
the Power the many eer"I
tet' wliyfe. Sheases , os
tien t ettr
ta 9 a r sames e
deMbow toso ma sos -"
e attr omr bitleaJ
o" orelp ys
Are is Do you 14 the em I
et ou0 to ou
$be Veea IAND
YOU D 0 1OL the eae
tloth e d
Ceese abent "k relativ 0seI
omes enemies evils and lus I
of all II4: hJUIngyo to
k and oUt advise you
St. N. W.
Over Restaursat. e
Ugyptia.p ~l .gves tre advtee Ia
busisessi - . " and family afair
tells who a wM' marry ad how
to avoid 555 evil inaese,
Osmea readies . so eata, 1134
IT at.. N. , betwee Id and A.
Gifted_ ireai ad Medium. eas tell
You ig wish to know In bust
mess, h th or family affairs. Whom and
who -will marry what to do to be
~'- Ufe. and Low to win and hold
the one of cw shot*e. stisfaetion or ao
chartie. 1311 at. N. W.. eL 13th ad
This woodrfl lay reads your past.
present ad future life: tells how te s-c
ceed ao baiess, love afairs, mar#ae.
law. diveree ad many ether case Whom
oeeki amian don't fal to visit her.
One t will eovinee you. Conadeatial
readingl *w v
Noted Spiritualist Medium, gives ecial
message seance this evesing at 9 o loet
In Society Hall, 56l0 a t. N. W. He will
answer questions. Hear him; you will
make so mistake.
s V WrassT N. W.
Giftad Egyptiam elsirvoyant and almist.
guarantees to road yu tre liUf,
oad u what "an
giving ng e dateand game
matter%; love, heath and family afairs.
Tells the aof who ye will marry and
when. If e e yU Iove is te or false,
what part the eeuntry is luckiest for
a, and twhat to do to bes--es**ful
aslf. rns Uhe separated toge r. re
moves troubles of all natures so ye ca.
win and h the one is leve.
$edas 1. U$ PI et.es
and anet to ShObert-GaLrek.
M a palamist and ciairvmat ha"
a isYght 69 human nature and w th
,or gft t 1:0 your pan. pese
0 ~~faiiry afirs, u'nows and
lov; tll.the.meofthe one yeu wll
marry and when; removes evil indusnees
and hsllrs the separated together; she
ha hat othre and eaS help M telas
just~ you want * to know. l2g,
309 Tth st. N. W. Opposte aksk *
IF YOtU HAVE any serious trouble on your
mind .see MADAM I. at once. 712 5th
St. N. W.
OFFICE OP THjE COMMISSIONERS. D.
C.. January 32. 1921. BALED PRO
POSALS will be received at this office,
Room 509, District Building, until 2
o'clock. p. m., on January 21. 1931, for
the construction of approximately 360
linear feet of 10-inch djameter pipe sewer.
Forms of proposuls, specifications and
necessary information may be obtained
from the Chief Clerk. Engineer Depart
ment, Room 427. District Building. Wash.
ington. D. C. J. THILMAN HUNDRICK.
CHARLES W. KUTZ. MABEL T. BOARD
AN, Commissioners. D. C.
ZONING COMMISSION of the District
of Columbia. January 12. 1931. In com
plid wIth the provisions of section 3.
of an Act of Qongress, approve4 March 1.
1920. ("Public Vo. 163. 66th Congress. en
titled 'An Act to regulate the height.
area and use of buildings in the District
of Columbia and to create a moning com
mission, and for other purposes')," notice
is hereby given that a public hearing will
be held in the Board Room-of the DiP
trict Building, at 10 o'clock a. m. Feb
ruary 3, 1921, for the purpose of onsider
Ing the following proposed changes in the
boundaries of the height, area and use
districts and in jhe regulations heretofore
idopted by the Zoning Commission of the
District of Columbia, to-wit:
Change from residentIal district to first
,oommercial district-Lots 300 to 204 in
clusive. Square 163; Lot 6, Square 1136;
Lot 36, Square 343.
Change. from residential and "B" area to
lrnt commercial and "C" area:-Lote 100S
to 163 InclusIve, Square 123.
Change from reeldentlal and forty-foot
height to second commercial and eIghty
five-foot height!-Such portion of Square
2574 as is new teeldentlal.
Amend . dadnition of community house
under Bectiott I to read as follows: Com
munity House: A group of not more than
three single family dwellIngs so designed
as to give the appearance of a single-build
lag and erected simultaneously.
* Amend parsph 12, dection 3 to reed
an follows: T5e usual accessories of a
reeidece, loaed- on the 'same lot with
that pacidence not involvIng the conduet
et a busines .but including the office of
a physiciad,. dentist or other pereen re
siding on the premises and Inceleding aimo
one private garage located not less R$han
66 feet back from the front building line
of such lot or, 19 the case of Vdwelllng
only in a fierof coprtet wih
djeiing rformp vats adtion bt such
ta 6feet. back of the rnt uildin
line of sucb lot and opening upon a pub
lic alley. and' Including also home oocu
pations engaged in by the occupants of a
dwelling not involving the eendnct .of a
busans on - he premisse: Provided, that
sowindow display nor any sign other
ahn a name plate not exceeding one
square feet in area. and hearing only the
name and occupation of the occupast
shall be allowed as appertainlng te see
afi es or os hoettoccupaties as per
Amend the paragraphs concerning redS
ards gd aide yards under Seettom XVIT,
jhe pfagrph concerning side yard under
~tien VIII and paragraph I of geetlen
IIX so as to decrease the requirements of
Amend the first paragrapih of leotlon
Xyiti to read as follows:-Ia the "Dy' are
district the minimum dimensions of yaprds
and courts *nd the maxImum perestage
et let occupane'? shall be sellews: Pro.
vided, however, that any bull ing or part
of a butilding designed or use fer habita
tIes, eodging or offices herefter erected
em structurally altered in the 'ty' ares die
trict shall confern, with the regelations ot
the "C" area district.
Xase astt eon aatp of Dee
termityw Ith the fore 4 paragrph
~all ep in Lhe case ofdwellinge or
srhn o s eoplcuously pested ia
er upon the prameceo to which they ap
py that the same may be.-reati seen
Ad nthe foloieng psnar tto lee
tion XXI8:-"Any person vIolating any
sevision of these reguiatiene the viola
tinof which to not provided for by th
Act under whic~h they are made shall be
liabte to a fine of net more than Si100.66
pr day for each and every day such vIe
latina she te.permiltte4 to ."
N, cA . U. RYDW, as atL
anS Mo, m soeemtha
= W7 ely And herby oafer
o derT is by the
f L of a
it' 9 i bi ls d o is*tt
i.e esad Thet O -lat -an Se
16e/1 b he the aied boytie eam
aetda ats seet prot dae~ad onthe
ie serebte faoor adteo
riet C . 11 t.1 -
a*. the eeo ta dob toe
e en ties. and t Diatret
tuIraa eHe o t h e ad th
em ed h partic a the at
Pea rnd th waaI g a sh ss
budsn hyd to t a PA im./
g ouTeast o angdo N.sh, AM
CPloll. Ait lrk
Sett o Am l/1 estree r
Od serve bs the at by Mou
=dI. frhi or tope :9 d11 in
e of therfee aD .R D h e
at d tee Chael r Distrie t
l - U b seen ona.efr and a
a the. theb Iaade Ste -
naerts n the e o .re the p
saw nome. h tt.fCobia Clers
in th pbet eand fne.iando eml
i the Com r.ti sh ayf mae Its AL
. er a.1. fn DanD hat te Clf rd
inthe Court lti to a ai l
Luha ome re tv ntemdl te
1aia peseaen thel and to hedo
aticopy ofaThis o be
foree1 to to foppr tn nha CO
It onlokOf Po rours to nawerthe id pe-d
D tIse a rs the sot nt dahe
. 1 y tha prt oWPae 11 0
c,"" O"oN H.d ACHel Cn4
meattobyParcel 11 /i.obounded e the ont
By th. BnorW. Aiest Cark.atetPo
AN An uthe ret lmec tatr3et p0.
longeD. A. GAMBLE. aond ALEX. A.S
jh. a r tgdt Shool. iy t
Sa 4K u *6 8, 19 1 11.O SO l
lumIa. 09 te PAC thiG of the
Surveors of the District, ofholumbd notle
ndehe o, nditio nomegend adjmoin
th landonSchoole sn43 oaide in 1the
. 19tE ROtE O RED: That a
cou tof ai citation me Terd Nyathena
Luntheda Statea for the dstric of
ClbIa nteutewnee o the land eoe
ohove pandned, herin, gnd fnd
by the mid petition. toapr I dutis, wiat
Lin theD1itric of Colsma- . Ad. Ct. 01.
litio ihm and toh au ing. goed avde
wthe ryer thalerfsould hatin any
Inrst ind th partig he. Parcd they1
14re heeat WfRand on soo a1ear
intme.ut on orlIIIl boeo the muth
dy oheFebruarh A.n D. 1921. to aseroh
soad peinand to coi I ttreemdpno
util t or addi-ioal nae . ad o al
toraenP scEn nftrD'Inte awO
anArpt ofT TOA CoPoers PUTba
poe, as& the ourts. o ae the
Svyoe of the respectiveshouldenot of
ilpaconcetrneddtina theolnd and prem
ise. mentioned a dried in theo
aid.p, .t t on . ad u t i procedin
shll. be fInalycoeI further O R- a
DEUD tataryopy of Pa i ordo le be
PUbdiSedte arweel for two consectioe
eeksl ipo: thek aahno Eeg Star.
TheghWe beonemes, an the ang
btnhet saidera publishdeduis th
Ie District oCo and san Uentays
th."Tdeedthat "-"a nhavn .a.
boThe id 4h da Tef tepird .
day o s. AD . 1921 . to WnDeLLt.
BTa AD pei us adtoic sseI An atruane
unktilte Ct: shRaN H.# maeH Ctflek
order ratng ued cotisagi eelar
n, aeportofimtely Somigsine to H. %D
poiRt.d Swor tour by alsALEX. A. HAt
Lpesons con ... 1
Mo me ACKooes an STO - the
pad eion, andun tisid reteodp
UENIED SThat aG coy fths rerb
we honI e ain 25ort liening Str. ,
rho WashigndTi aulsagandethe dasin
ton~ W Ps.nwpppbhoed n tesai.
bIfor th sidN 11e dae of Fobr
UD. 121-. or Us. Court. 10 3. ap t.
B T St: MRADOC. BECH.Cek
14P9a. ULIW. kethCon. 4IS.
PADD.Aubob captal $0,00s000
16 a ppxiely . signed. L. 13
WSUA.U. AMBLE an ANDX A3PW.
HAR. wo~2.rn to 0 b a. ALEX . NARW.
SNm AND FNA
ta a 81,00 Seaul er east el
= Wm .. an. .w.e. So
I sema Qe aM V
ceass la the ood "
Ndpowee- t sUlm" V1 eie
aht 4teertte7 i Eaands dogln.=
Ohio and Pensylvaspia.
The notde ae a direct blgatiso of
the empany and its enly funded
surplus oarags I the year
%1 J= so, 19". were approi.
matoly , lid"e nanual Interest
ehargoe n the m6.00 motes. We be
lieve the= to be a Sound ivoestaeat.
CanRO DO PASCO BONDL.
her A. I. Ae-I am thi ngas of
as 100 Cesio do Pasese 0o
per Cemetien a Per est ge
bead. I shall be grateful to you if
you will express your opinion of
OF GRAIN MARKETS
Clifford Thorne, of Chiago,
Says System Does Not In
jure the Produoers.
A general defens of. grain marbet
tranactions was made today before
the Hoes Agriculture Committee by
Cligord Thorne, of Chicago. represent
Ing aerchant organizations.
Evils in the present marketing sys
tem. Mr. Thorns pointed out, should
be corrected by the exchange bodies
themselvV. He did not think a law
could be framed to acowplish this
result that would prove elaetic enough
to permit free trading. g
The practices of sales of futures
and of hedging. where grain was be
Ing actually dealt in. were justiied
as necessary to the market opera
tions and did not serve to Injure the
With the conclusion of tle testi
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14te & TlSret North 272
eMMh a..--., a~m
INdii l ruCton
Coures in 3 to 9 Months
an"2 or Waste tor Latest Catalogue
EKFER ANY TBIE
(15 Weh Coma Opel. Jan. 1?)
11oeetemlm Caimes our Opea.'g
. s26 * " "c' : . -t. PC. .
UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL
New student ma enter at the begin
ning ot the aeodsmester. nd.
January 21. Perenoen and late aternen
1435 K WRUUB N. W.
Speeish school Of Washimgs.
Prof.. fromn spain. 1423-36 0 at. nw. K. L6SS.
-St. John's College
tratln daily. er hFcho stuRenta
art~ buelneis NuEn. torlgn langua
and apeclal .ecreaa cent.
Uas Osamees-ngetee 2aarM.
421-15 Ueatte 3Mgd. Ibh ama iss.
Free to Ex-d
Neqd comre ha hi
inem.e tam ......th..
Spanish, shorthand typ
Jesare now beingues
Columbus' Eveedag Sehs
-free to men and moerne.
ena-e fro seric
Maries Prmn desir
this oer sheotd resistr
Jsrnusry 31, either at.13
tar 1004 F strast N. W.
V" bow ase dw o
_wUna seses Leans l -
a-..e-e ae eak a v -ew
goo a , r 1Osle- ar"
of$4 for ene et 0 esb.'
met -e&larng fgo
son a t e aen ls than
gaggage% anesee. ad slaM
fan UhhI~ anating to
amnats to tW0N0 an he 1ad4
are due a 1980, beang the only tad
ed doe of the sempay. moe 1ola
the oaay pae d $11.11 In divi
deds e 86,39mares et no wa
From Its -eorties in Peru it has
proudOed I the last fIve Years an
a5all3 as average of about 64,000,8"
pMuds of copper ad .00,00 ounces
of silver. The notes are a direct ob
ligation of the 0 .paxy but not se
cured by a Sand were issed
to reimburse themeapany for, con
struction of the new smelter. They
have an active mtket os the New
York curb and are regarded favor
many of Thorne the eommitted began
eonsideration of the various bills be
(ar it. some ot these bills would
prohibit all deal4 in futures, others
would tax them out of existence. and
still others would regulate them by
Uimitilig the time for delivery and
the amount of grain to be traded In.
It Is doubtful whether any bill will
be reported from the committee to
the House at the present session, but
if a bill should be reported House
leaders do not think it could be
pansed by the Nouse because of the
jam of appropriation bills which has
A SN FISHERIES
IN TAFF BALANCE
Flackers Ask 2 Cents Duty'on
Herring to Block Oriental
Intoads on Trade.
Tariff duties will determise whether
the Alaskan fisheries are to be held
and develope4.by United itates or for
eigo interestq, A. W. Thomas of Ns
attle. Wash. vepresenting the Pacific
coast herrAg packerv today declared
before the House Ways and Means
Committee. He asked a duty of 3
cents a pound oh herring.
"Such a duty is necessary to enable
us to compete .ith the New Found
land herring," he declared. "We sitt
have a market ope* to us ag far east
as Chicago. Freight rates will not let
us come further east."
"Unless freight rates are changed
you can not compete even under this
duty with fish and food stufts frorn
the Orient." Suggested Chairman Ford.
nI do not understand why the In
terstate-Commerce Commission should
grant to railroads these preferential
low rates on imports from the Orient
which are so detrimental to our own
C. C. Teague. representing the Cali
fornia Walaut Growers Association,
asked a duty of four cents a pound on
MRV ENGLAb ROAD
Applicattb of the New England
railroads for a readjustment of the
divisional rates with trunk lines, was
opposed todaz before the Interstate
Commerce Commission by Robert C.
Wright, general traffic manager of
the Pennilvania syste10.
New Edgland carriers are already
receiving more thin their propor
tionate share of divisional rates,
Wright declared. He said that the
trunk lines believe there will be a
readjustment of existing rates within
a short time and that class rates on
some commodities 'will be Increased
and that such a readjustment would
Oipe out any inequalities now affect
ag the New England roads.
INE SALE SET ASIDE
BY U.& S''EME COURT
The sale of the Alice. Gold and
Silver ,Mining Company property in
yontana to the Anaconda Copper
Mining Company was set aside today
by the Unitel State. Supreme Court
on the ground of inadequacy of price.
The sale was tested byv minority
stockholders, who alleged thit $1,
500000 paId was not enough atnd that
there was a violation of the Sherman
anti-trust law' by the Anaconda Com
pany in an effort to control copper
production n the Butte district.
eriig and other sub
amied at the Kunights of.
L. Thea.e ses are
who -rsn homerabe
g se tah. ademns of
not late tha. Uonday,
I1 Ma~&sma -ann
Alt. ... g as
am na000 M
Anp AMAfans. MM M M
?m.4uw.r.. V IS g
Lu.tehv,~ 49 "is
Ass a g...-.... ad 1 M
sAL p Ow A*.. Ono a"
AM aeUa&s. Si IV aS6
A.u.uv .... a a SM
Am~as~er. .A a ex
a mt.A)0.....* S* ON 0
sofbute l mo 44 in 7
4ausL4Vei.Lp- . MU SM at S
AM.taerees... Uak aiiM M
A1m.aTE. ...... 14 ft &I mf
4ANLWfatys... WN &Di Mf 8W
AL. eS ....... to a s
- e .~ .... a wy a ax
Am.DryGeds.. 61- W6 79 S
^ VteeL &Id.... iM 9% 3% owi
AIT.o w.;... nif eTY aI wa
AL.GW.I .1"M In U 536
3AMwIaLee... M OM 4
Asale.a Ob..... a NX W3 34
Dethlehem steel. 51% of% M3
Aeth. steeoo .... 1 Ml6 IE5
Speek Rapu T.. 16 1436 141 1816
Dreek. R.T. ee.. 5 10 10 13
bAr. M Wa...... 40 0 90
Uatte soper... M33 13 13
CAoAOb..... 16 3% 1M 1?
Cal Petl....... % 353 W8 -516
CaL.Petroufd... m 5 6 es
CanadianPal.. 14M 114 11 116
cn"aralea...r. 4 401 4QN 40%
chandler Mtoer.. 3 13 1 13.
Ches.& Ob..... 106 59% 4 53 1
c. 8. ...... a m 81
C.,LLL.P..w.... 963 636 M36%
C...L &P.e T wi... 74 4 74 74
Chi..G.W.U... 10 114 19 -
Ch.al4.W.... M 40 GM 04
Chile Copper.... 12m 1M 12 11
Csa C la...... 233 983 US 23a
C.L Ca Tahan.... 14 764 74 76
Columbia Graph. 1a16 116 11 11%
Col. Gas & Ieo.- t1 61 61 61
Col. Fuel A Iron. 21 '29 Is 15
CoL 0oth..... 33 -3M% 32% 1S
COL Gas........ 79 10% is 7M4
Corn Products... 7g11 71 71% 71
Cood' Oorp.... 3 0 0 30%
Crucible Seel. ... 7% 943 96% 94
Cuba-Am. sugar. 9J6 29- U- 19
De. & R G.... ig 'I M 3 13
Den. & L. G .pI,.. - M 22
Pik Horn dp4.. i" 17
Xudioott Jorniow eX .- 6g OX
ErIe ......f.. 1 IN .W lA
Erie.st pf...... . 30A 19% 19% 336
War . Lasky Play E9 56% 8% .88%
Freeport Tea Ce. 30 8 is 171
Gibteu w s.... '436 49 4J( 41
GeeralA-pbal.. 613 62 643 6
Gen.Electri.... in 135 2N lu6
Gen.ot.Ctfs... 41U 14% 14% 14%
G.Northpfd.---. 78 Th% 76 763
HaSeU&Mke. iM5 586 8 5
flappe Mo..Car.. 33 12M 131628
HomestageMin.. So 50 W 0
oustonO.... 74M 13M 24)1 74
later. Consol.'... b64 5% 5 5%
lot.on.pf...... 35 14% 149 15%
Lat. Harvestr... 91% 941 909 94%
In.Mo. Truck.... M 5 35
Inter Nickel ..... 15M 15 15 1516
internat. Paper.. 60 ES t0 5631
Inincible 0il.. 14 2316 '4 96
1slan40.& T.... 4% 4.W 43( 4M
nos Tea....... 20 19 So 20
zan. City So. Pf.. 453 45% 45
Kelly-Spg. Tire.. 47* 4736 4736 47
Keystone Tire... 11% 11% 1116 12
Kan. City .. 50 S 0 19%
Keaneoott.......'o 20 2D 1936
Lacka. Steel.... L4 83 54 53
Lk. .A & W. Of. 28 23 IS
Lehigh Valley... E2 52 52 E2
Le R. & Tire... 0 20 - 2D, 203(
Loew's (Inc.).... 16% 163 163 161
Lft incori...... 11% 113. 11M -(
Big Lots of 4
Germany has become'an impertaht
buyer of copper in thin country, and
shpments for German accoun; are
being made diret to Hamburg. For
longer than a year Germapy has been
purchasing copper here, but 'intil
recently all uhipments have been
made by way of Rotterdam. and only
the last few cargoes -have gone
straight to the Ge an port of entry.
Because of relations between this
country and Germany all those pur
chases have been for cash. conditions
making It impossible for Germany to
have credits est blished on this side
of the Atlantic. It is understo4
however, that arrangements havea
made between bth ing lpteres - in
this cou,~try and Germany as a result
of which c'reditb for the purchase of
copper here will .be eqtabi'ished as
soon as a treaty of pekce shalibe
signed and the state of war ended.
German'buylhg of copper in America
UALTINORE, .Tan. 96.-Paea
gefra on Train No. 6. Western Mary
asd Railroad. yesterday caw, a
young, weli-dressed womanm enter
the spokiag ear and indulge in a
godtipped cigarette. Nhe was aO
comaniied by a meub who, smoked
The man and woman boardet the
train at Blue Ridge Summit and
took a seat in the third beaeh.
The man suggested that he ge to
the smoker to smn~ie him pipe.
"~Il go too." the gi.1 paid.
"Have yots any objections it I go
to the smoker?" she Inquired of
M w se...-Q .f M
31ergens 4%... " I
va-ft~asfe... mis 30 *a
or heu Qee )M 8% 0%
asOw~bm co... "WM ff
ftelas ou 0... 4 0 am
Pa.sab.5eis... 38g .1% 26 MM
Paso eDevdls... g 17 1? 173
Pas-A&r. F.. 749 73 7t 1%
Pep-Am.1b6.,.. W U P
Pee.aNeoo..... 3- a18e 15g
ase Marquetto. I% V% 17% 'm
Psasa...... 42g 41% 42% 41I
rhinissetre, Sm 37% vs ow
Pieee 041....... ( 30% K%
Piee Oil Ptd ... % , 764 1630 9m
PosidCLoal.... 14 14 14 M46
Preps. Lar..... 14 93 3SM M
Pro s. Car pfd. IO 110% 1033 10
Paumae.car.. w Y.7 Sw 18ru
Pua& A.&ga.. 484 49 46 4W
Pur*O3 ..... 5 144 34 1 5
Ray Cob Cop.Ce. -M3% 12% % 13'
ase.1sona .... QM) Q
R7-an..... 4g E g3% 31 8
fad..st td... 43% 49 49 4am4
Reales teel.... 84 34 - I4 33( '
RetaiUtre.... 6 58% f,6 tIM
up. Motor Tv... 6K 92 '4'j 21M
ROy Dto N. Y.. 64M- 48% i4X 093
sazon Mote.... 4X 4% 4J9 - 5
Sears Roebuck.. 9 91M 9% 91
Senea Copper... 18 i 1 14
Shen Trade Co...- 41% 41% ~41% 41%
a1ol-aI C1l...... 209 22% 0 i3X
Mon.Paes..... .073% 6 17% W973
ouftPae. rts. 21M 21 21% --81) '
Sutbera'RP. 2 32A(2% 2% 32%
seu. R. pt ..... SM6 581 58 94%
ptaa.Ou j.Pt.. 30 l9 19 K8%
te-War.3peed.. 3M 353( 3513 L -
St. Joseph Lead. 22- 2 129 18% 14
studelaker..... 57 569 X6M 56%
d.L.&UnF.... 21% 21% 21% 213
t. L.W.R.R.... '264 w - go I
stremberg COrp. U4 U 3s if
Bob.Boat CoTp.. 8 14, 8M 8 9M
Te asC...... 42% 42)d '.$% 4%
Te. P. C.&O0l.. a4 ' 'V 34% 3%
Third Ave....... 18% 17% 16% 17)4
Tobseno Prod.. 856 5 , .53 L59
Transoent. Ou--.- 10 10 10 10
Union Oi.... 22 2 22. 2
Union Pacilo... 119N 119 119. 129%
United Fruit- -- 104% 1.5 104%
U..Ind.Aioe... 67% 67% 67% 6X
U. . Rubber.... 69% ((W 693 66%
U.L.Rub.str-- 30 IM 103 103)j
U.S.Wed ....... "M 81% 2 2
U. a stel PCf.... UM 1,0% .110M Al
Utah Copper. I... 6634 56 U 5%
Va.1r.C.& Coke.. 9&% 92 1234 94M
Vanadium, Ine... 3gg5 .8% .7%
Vivaudou. Inc... 7% 7% 7%
Wabash pf. A.... 20% 20%. 10%i lo
Wells Fargo .... 63 60% 10% E4 .
Wesunghouse... 45 .45 45 45
West.Md..... 10 104 IM % W M
Whit otors.. 39 39 39 39
White Oil Corp.. 14% 14% 14% 24
Wilson pfd...... OW 8734 8fX 90
Wily Overjd. 8 8 8 7K
Wortp. Pump L. ,49 49 49 49 -
Cal: money ........ 7 7 1
Sales up to
11 a.m. 12 noon. 1p.m. 1 p.m.
ys Cash For
is xpected to be .eay although not ,
in such great volume as in pre-war
dy's. Copper .mnpa 'believe that- Get
man eonsumers will take between
1,000.00 and 30,090(O00 pounds of cop
per a mpth.greepes before the war
crippled German indastry shipments
were running at the rate of 25.000,006
to 40.000.000 pounds pnonIthly.
The credit which the German cop
per Buyers will arr~nge here once a
state of peace shaall have been estab
lished wUl taku pcobablp the form of
the revolving credit set up for the
benefit of French cohaumer5 several
months ago. By 'that -arrangement
France was *i,5n agSaient metal to
supply her needs (or a stated period.
after *hioh, with -the money she re
ceived from her manufactured prod
ucts, she paid for the first shipment,
whereupon a second sliipment was
immediately ade.. That credit was
guaanteed by French banking estab- ,
BTRMflIGHAM, Ala.. Jan. 2.-Tn
rebe df thi~e -payli' stock of the
outheastern Epress Company, which
is tj takie 'ove the- hxpre businese
on the lihes of .6he Uputhern Railway
system and the, Moble and Ohio rail
read, to 81,000,000,' iWps authorised at
' asetg of. the 'todidedr in -Biry
migham yesterday 'ah -the otmarter
vme eneEa abodreihe r.
Following the mbetng - f -stock
hoderua steeting et the direotors
wahp lads 3q~igee* *as
electe'd deeeUIad ge'erat ana
get; Cagn. CUerio A.'Lg vlee
pesdemt; terris W. W5s, er~r
ad trenebree, end pders'M~edi