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The Worl
SIm ANOUEm
CAUSES IRRUiLARITY
Stock Market Becomes Uneasy at
Peace Talk.
(by the lnternattmall News Serviee.)
New York, Oct. ..-Irregularity of the
stock market today was the natural re
sult of the announcement by President
Sabin, of the Guaranty Trust Company,
that Ambassador Gerard is bearing a
peace mesage from the Kaiser. Why the
market responded to this announcement
so quickly was disclosed by the weekly
bank statement. This statement showed
that the average surplus for the week
Was reduced to $13.S.0.130. Averao loans
were increased 9 and avcrs do
Inand deposits were increased $S5.N15 The
actual statement giving conditions at the
close of business Friday night shows a
decrease in surplus of 36,.6.090. and an
increase in loans of $7,8,000. and an in
crease in demand deposits of $11,903,000.
This statement means, so far as any
one not In possession of the original fig
ures from which it is made up can inter
Pret it, that there was heavy borrowing
by brokers toward the end of the week.
All Wall Street was not satisfied even
today that Mr. Sabin was talking for mar
ket effect. The mysterious circumstances
of Mr. Sabin maintaining his position in
the face of denial from President Wilson
and other government authorities caused
many a trader to sell his stocks. In fact.
Mr. Sabin was the biggest factor In the
market today. He had more influence
than earnina. Wall Street felt that a
man in his high position. representing the
Morgans in one of the greatest trust cnm
lanies lin the world, was in a pocition to
know even before the President of the
I niter! States the state secrets of Eu
Many traders acted on the theory that
.i -an v Coc. had been requestsd byi, the
British government to prepare the putch,
for peace negotiations. The chief critC
cism of Mr. Sabin was his theatrtial
method of mak~ng the annoin' ment.
rather than the announcement itself.
The most PncouraginX factor in the
market today was the strength of -tepl
and cotton and the contln ied viiec
of German Exchange Thee thinge :ei
traders to believe that even if Amlassa
dor Gerard doces bring a message of peace
it will be rejected. Therefore, pools that
could not get out anyhow without upsct
ting the market made no attempt to light
en their loada. Thtic encouraged the zen
Pral tradere. who had the market to
themselves.
Investors and Traders.
'NOTHING SUCCrED4 LIKE sCCS. B-,t
tn "n.eed m aty busines u must either have
enperiene yourestf cc e - adite frm .thers whn
This . tigges 12 mar'e Aera seer saw
and wiltl . "Oct a , a-ta! rer onc ,for
reary ocntcN
In J1. yor adv,.rcr ..ang -s .caot n .
em. 'ERtIEt wr~eoce coce-.rond~eria that a
toilins market wou begin in Amecst, ed byc i.
d:tria . Thcs forest w a. in i- et oprtti-n it
ocher etpert aduce and public oanion.
But. in Ofteam years bis tong advane forecasts
ha- never failed.
Agaic he has made a "Ruccesa." For two weeks
-ae adri-sed l g Bsc leet 4gar for tWl Norfolk 150
At- Rrske 0, Pt .' .it eadlg and Rtel. 125 and
ts T'tesday aded Rail-ad rea-d for adace.
cac.-- *,ctt -e!! at :e -an and December
W'heat
Hdane aready advised clients when to meect it
Seaciot but other important leaders will be
e up next two weeks fee indicated advances 8 to
15 patuis beftarw this yeline.
U. . Steel is booked up to budnese capadty and
e new bsioes sning tn small companies.
-r pec-al LiW PRICED STEEL STOrK iti!
cn e o int advaino a advertised- ha ad
ccyced tre mornc+-nor recting 5 for ne_ start,
we wa.rt every Investor ari Trader to -cI F'IVE,
OnLLARS !-r mornth s trial DifLY LFTER, an,!
-- c' S t c eel rtock cith erasns for adfarce
This is the Orst mes we have had in a Year ani
t - -If to take adantage if it.
THE SUCCESS CLUB,
V N. POLDSMITH. MGR
.7 Broad st., New York City.
Capital . .
Surplus
Resources, over
A Record of
-of uniformly eff
most exacting c
iustifies the assur
satisiv vour ban1
Your account is in
1836
L.ETTERS OF CREDIT.
TRAVELER
FOREIGN EXCHANGE
DRAFTS ISSUED DI
OFFIi
CHARLES C. GL
NWILLIAM3 . FLATHER, Vice Preside
JOBHUA EVANS. Jr.. Cashier. H.
AVNM. NEIVIUS. Aset. Cashier.
DIREC
Charles C. Gloves H. Rosier
Thomas Hyde Willrd H.
James M. Johnston Sylvester 1
I William J. Flather Robert C.
Milton E. Alles Joseph Pat
* TI
Riggs Nat:
Washing1
Id of Fina
)EW YOR STO(K XARXKT.
FirWu mb.e by W. n- uSbb. & CoS
New York. Oe. T.
2.50 American Bert Sugar..... *% a on
.31M American Can....... ... 64% % G
M.0 Ameriean Car & Fd.... 49% f7% on%
Z.100 Arerian Hide & L....... 13% 12% 3
3.10 American Linseed.. .... 24% 21% M
5.009 American Locomotive..... a2 79% M
6.09 American Smelting ........ 111% 110% 1119
1.770 American Sugar............ 115% 113% 115
1.700 American Woole.. . Wi s 51;
L50 American Zinc........ 48% "7 48
1MAW Anaconda ................ " '5 04
100 Atlantic Coast 14.e.... a1 119 119
I.M0 Baldwin Loconative....... 1 1% 0
I.50 Baltimore & Ohio. I... 1 461
10 Balttmor & Ohlo d....16 76 76
1.11 Butt. & Superior... . o% 65% as
14,20 Cential Leather ............ 8 5% &% &I
1. 70Cesapeake & Ohio.... 67 e7n
1.M Chicago & G. West- Dtd. 0 3% 40
? 'c.Chi.. Mil. &St. P ........ r, '% 964
2 M '%I.. R. lal. & Pa...... :% 19% 3
1010 Chile Coppe ............... Z% 71 21
Chino Co. Copper. ....... 56% 5i 54"
"..M 1W. Fuel & Iron........ 58 MS 57
00 in. G . L & P ...... 115' 115 115'
90 Crucibh Steel ..... J4 91% 92
9.300 'Ub. Cane Sugar ...... 06% e4% 650
3.300 Denier & Rio Grande pfd 43% 41% 42
A [f Ilie .... .... .... 45 39, 40
1.'100 Central Electric ... ... ..... 1E 179% 1M
1,30 'odrich, B. F . .... 75& 74. 75M
1.90 Great. North Or. Sub.. 44 4 43
500 Greene-(Inanr Copper... 51 51 51
70 Inspiraticn Corner......... 89% as 66
0.% Int . . M tf......... 44. 43% 44
7.30 Int. Nwckel............. 5' 52% 23
8.20 Kenn ett ............... 54% 53% 54
2.10 Lackawarn Steel....... 1 *% w1
4.O0 Lehigh Valln.............. 5% b4% 85
4.100 Ms.Nwell M. Co,............ g 2% A,
JI0 M.ten PeFtleum........ 111% 110% 111
10 Mliarni Copper........... 36' 3S 31
10 Mimoud Pacific, . 1. 26% a% 2w
.5' National La .oI ........... 71 70% 71
.0 N-eada C. (pper......... 2114 21% 21i
1,) Ne. Yrk Air Brake..... 161 136% 161
' 400 N w Y-ok Central......... 111% 110% 110.
.)A N.rfk & We tern...... 1 40 4% 141%
10) Penrz'aia ............... 58% 5&% 0'
310 Pe.,. Steel Car... ...... eV 66 6
-0 li:wa Mte! Spring.... 36 5 4% 56
2.100 Ray 'on Copp... % 25 21
. I a i g . .. .. .. ... .. .:12 109%. 111V
K'le'- iron & Steel..... 9 7E 70'
b-o rI Air Uri......... 17;% 16% 17'
M3 o ard Air Lin- 1fd. . W% "S, 40'
; 4 - ,u he ltailway......... 29% 3%1 V
J-0 outhern Re-wa pfd.. 71 6% *1
S:W Tobaco Product.... 5611: 5Y. w
4 Uniron Pacrle ............. 14 % ligM
9 J .. Inrd. Alehol ........ 124 1, 13
0Ti0 nie'.d State' Rubber..... 6147', 61'
"'71 United Stater Steel ...... 116, 1:54 1'
4I Utah (per..... 95. 94 94A
5' Westrn " larland......... 3D% 33 0
1 " Western inin erg-aph 1'1 ') 10i
9,00 Wetmgh..se............ 65, 64 641
OIL SECURITIS.
Firntahed by W. 3. Hibbe & Ce.
Bid. Asked
Alan\, Reuning Co............... w 0
.glo-.rcan O1................... 16% 17'
1: ckev Pi; L'Tne 0M. .......... 104 10A
(-~. Pnen' r C.................354 10
Gae iC cornmo ...... .. 173 M
ialenaSignA ! ,'1 Co. peferred........ 13 143
H ousat, n ' . ..... ..................... 19% 19
I'diana i'er ie Co..................... 116 110
Natio ra Tran. o.......... ...... !5 17
r A 0o n iC ..................... 308
Pi ~ ~ ~ i re lie~ r~o .............. 13% 14A
e- & t .................... 453 8
............. 292 296
t Pennslani Oil Co. 305 4%
Southern Pipe IAne. ............. 210 217
hweetern Pensla Pipe Line.. 115 120
stantiare IOUl of C'alhfrni............... 334 338
Standard 'il of Indiana........... 7T0 70
etandard O of Kanaoe.................. 5 50
Stndard 01 of Kentucky........ 6n 510
'tandard Oil of Nebraska ........... 5
Standard Oil of New Jersey.............. W5 502
"tandard Oil of New York . ....... = 234
Standard , r4 Ohio ... ..... 440
Sann & Fn h C ..................... 110 112
Union Tank Line Co...................... 91 93
Vacamo OI Ob..0
Wahingto Oil ..................... 150
NEW YORK PRODUCE.
-r Trork. Oat 7.-BT1IER-Weake. rep4t,
10.05. Creaery higher than ertrae, Ma4; erea
ev extras, ntieTv-two 'or-, 3%A35%: flirsta. 3436
secondA. 32%"331,.
E]GF-Irregular: reeipts. 6,874. Fresh gathere
"e fir. 39a40: extra trsta. 7.3P; tirt, 34M3E
ecnda. 313, Nearby henery white, fne to fancy
5355: r.rby h.nnery browns, 102,5.
LIVE POrLTRY--Qet. broler,. 21; fowls, 17
3- t-rkey, M; desed, ey quiet; pics. or
changed.
. . $1,000,000
. . $2,000,000
. . $16,000,000
Eighty Years
icient service to the
ass of customers
ance that we can
aing requirements.
vited.
1916
CABLE TRANSFERS.
?' CHECKS.
BOUGHT AND SOLD.
RECT ON LONDON.
:ERs:
OVER, President.
nt. MiLTON E. AILEB, Vice President.
(RRY V. HAYNES. Aset. Cashier.
!tOBERT V. FLEMING. Alit. Cashi..
TORS:
Julany E. V. Murphy
Browncon Sterling Ruffin
~orby L. Kenmp Duval
1. Labrot Louis E. Jeftrieg
Vllkins Charles Caroll Glover,
Jr.
ional Bank
nce and
EXCHANiE RESUMES
SATURDAY SESSIONS
Volume of Trading Lighter Than Earr
lier in Week-Gude Quits Boards.
The Washington Stock Exchange yes
terday resumed its Saturday sessions
after the summer vacation. The volume
of trading was lighter than earlier In
the week.
Two ten-share lots of Capital TracUon
sold at 821-2 and 82 5-8, the price at [email protected]
opening of the week having been 81. At
close 82 1-2 was bid and 82 3-4 asked. Rail
Way common was held at 83, 81 being bid.
The preferred was 811-4 bid and 82 asked.
Washington Gas was transferred at 71.
Niergenthaler sold at 162 1-2 and American
Security and Trust Company at 2s
and 261.
Capital Traction Ss sold at 106. Potomac
Consolidated 5s at I 1-4, Railway 4a at
8, Washington Market Cold Storage be
at 96, and Graphophone 6s, small bonds,
at 102 1-2.
Gude Retires from Boards.
William 7. Gude, a director of the
Metropolitan National Bank, the Lincolr
National Bank, and the Munsey Trusl
Company, has elected to serve on the
Metropolitan National Bank board and
resign from the other directories.
Parris to Be Cashier.
A. Keith Parris, Jr.. connected with the
American Securit, and Trust Compan3
for four yeare, will commence his duties
tomorrow as cashier of Crane, Parris
& Co.
Chile Copper shows Gain.
The September production of Chile cop,
per totaled 4.038.000 pounds, as comparet
with 3000 pounds in August.
Arizona topper Output Small.
Arizona produced 4,180.000 pounds
of copper in September. the smalles1
monthly output since last March.
Copper Production Falls Off.
The Cerro de Pasco Company produced
in September approximately 5800.00
pounds of copper a;ainst 6.000,010 pounds
In August. The slight falling off in lasl
rponth's output Is attributed to local con
ditions which will not affect October's
production.
Interest Rate for Farmers.
The Farm Loan Board has tentatively
fixed 5 per cent as the rate at which
money will be lent to farmers.
COTTON XAR1r11 .
New. Tork. Oet. 7.-laceilent buyg aseo th
coAtn market to fresh high levels for the aseo
today. ("er-night selling order, were abeorhe
and price .oon moved upward on tturasir
bv some f the Wall Street interent, who had -ok
Friday afternoon. a renewal of demand from rn,
of the leal spot houses and eoering. T,
absence of Pouthern hedge selling in any quanti'
encourased bullish tmunt.
Demand Increased in rolIns late in the da,
and the does was firm at a net advance of 15.2
points.
T1,e market at Liverpool was not in masron.
Te Chronicle estimate the world's eisble up
Ply of Mon a %4.5A bals, against 4.463.90
-a!te a v-ear ago. 'W t0a Ameri- supply i
2.943. bals. omp"afd with 3.316.WD tales las
year.
Poet receipt form' the day were estimated ai
0.0 bals. anst 51.219 bales last week and 50.0
bale, last 'ear. St* here was riulet. 10 point
bigher at 17.10 rotF 71e spot article at Ne.
1rie was eatly and unchanged on the baan
of 16. 19 ens
Prt ri at New Orleans were 7.041 hle
at Savannah 9.416 bale., at Norfolk 4.210 hes
at Memphis 9.316 tel- and at Huston, A,(76 hales
New York.
Preioui
Opm High. L.w. Close. ce
January........... 16.9 17.26 16.94 17.22 16.9
March.......... 17.12 17.0 !".11 17.0 17.1
- .ar ............ 17.29 17.52 17.21 17.52 17.2
July. ........... 17.36 17.0 17.34 17.57 17.3
October............ 16.87 16.90 16.83 16.90 14.1
December......... I7.08 17.2 17.03 17. 170
New Orlems.
Preios
Open High. Io. C .. Iu..
Jonary........... 16.5 16.0 W.6 10.80 16.6
March............. 16.81 :7.4 16.74 17.0- 16.9
Mar............. .10 N 17. 3 16.96 17.M 17.0
July.......... .. 17.13 17.3 17.13 17,27 17.1
October........ 16.40 16.99 16.t 16.53 16.3
Decmuber......... 14.0 16.72 16.47 16.72 165.
.OL
," o"Pl
e..ver beor .=.1 e.
aged as b th. ....
Ch11 --'1 - p41 eb
~yiadd cobied with ata
gesRTrof pelnael and
imastset-prefit iso t~
~evn bger ohefsre. -
rq The quawil n a t
with *bee.r the bset
an "b a incomem
y Biad Profnd itsta
mStaboty Marketr
shrestl o te e ork
frtMart pat a nry lo
ric. ill-*ake bigproit
i us0 ho ore to br
ested inre boreg the d
tesri be oeri o m
pels fund a 01. scesie
iS. va..I pm A..
-e an - usa~~
shaeson th New Yor
Jomplete I
NEW YORK CUm MARET.
New York. Oct. I.-Prie fovements and the
geater part of the operations wer perlaxing in
character all through the last week. Leading issues
like Midvale Bteel failed to respond to what 00
their surfaec were eneouraging statebents in regard
to earning. and business proupecta.
Bid. Asked.
Alaska-Yukon T. C.......................42 44
American t p. c.................... as
BalUmeore T4e... .... ................. 1 0
Borden Condensed Milk..................l110 113
Canada Copper............................. 1% 1%
Cramp S. & &.......................... 9
Dundee Aris................................ 2 74
Eisenlohr Tobacco.........................39 45
Emerson Phonograph..................... 9
nrat National Copper.....................6% 6%
Havana Tobacco..... ............2
Houston Oil ....... . ...... 1
Intercont. Rubber......... ...........15% 1
lnt. Arms & F. pfd..................21
Int. Motors................................. 3 4
let. Petroleum... ... ....... .....1 11%
Midwest Refining......................... 4 0%
M onitor Sil er..............................
Spring Rod ....... ....... ............. K
Tide-ater Oil............................. lp I
Unit. W est....................... . 1% 1%
Yukon Gold...............................1 24 2
BONDS.
Cerro de Pasco 6s...............
Pacific Ges & Eleetrio 9D......1 92
ACTIVE OURS STOCKS.
Nigh- . Low. Close
Blu" Copper & Zinc............ 84 '% 8
ltttterworth-J .................... 72% 72 71,4
Cerro do Psao .... . 3 3 .
................... ...i. 15% 15,1
Kah rt 14 14 14
lke Torpedo. ..................12 11% 12
1tisgia (loppfr .........- 1, 19,4 14.IV
xm Mon.1..........1% 1
etropoiitan Pe eum ............ % 1 %
Mivale Steel....................i 70 ~ 4110% 70
Mitchell Motor ..................67% 66% Si%
Sinclair Oil...................... 4fi 46% 48
Sprinf Bondy ...................94 3 W
St, Joseph Led........... I 19 4i8 11',,
tiubmsrnue orp ................. 42 40% 40
nit R-Be .................. 9% Wi 1%
C ~ ofP . 3NDG. 12
09 9
INEW YORK MONEY.
Ness York. Oct. T.-MoneT on Call riled be
tewen 2% and 2 per cant. 'fnne money during
ithe week has been rnrnarckably dull. Supply of
fund.. for long Ute at 4 jer cant on industrials
ose abundant. and was th, rpronment basis of
most all loans placed isle,.. 3 per cent for
I .ity days. 44Ya Mtr -et fo.e ninety data. 34 Pr
'-cet fit foort. ie and a- mnth.. 4 par cant foe
hea, fire and Rlx moonths on indiatuials.
I hleecanttir I*,)- "'a jetlie. Rates: :1444 pat
cent toe sixty and Dinet , day, indorsed bills tm
eteemsi. as well as for chimttfour to ix monthIs'
single Dames.
WASHINGTON STOCK EXCH4NGE.
Plurilehed by W. EL Hibbe & Oft
Capital Traction S. SLMD at 106.
Potoinac Electric cons. 5a. S14010 at 181%4.
(,ratphophn 1st o. VW0 at 142%.
Carital Traction, 10 at V, 1W at 81%.
W.sctti Gias. 6 at n1.
Ameeienn Secuity & Trist. I at Some. ! at W1. 1
Afte, tall
lAaahington Ratlway, to. 3 at PC.
Wshlington Miarket ($11 StrusrI 5o, $210, at 96.
Mermthaner5 at 16:1'.
GOVERiNMENT BONDS
United Rtts repitered s ...........i. a ....
..... 7.........%.. ...............0%
C,,ited Stats registred b .......... 00S%
United States ctupon 38 ...............loft ...
tailed States regiatered 4a ............ 1%
IUtited S!.te- coxipon 4,.... .........tto ...
Ditstrict of C*Iluot 3&[email protected] ............ lt%
GlAS, WIND&....
Georgetow, Gas Cert. d. o... 16;
Gteogetown loo Ws.. .. ............( " s
Washingtn ies J-o.... ... ........1 1M%
Colomia tGes &Electric bes......
C~olumbia lia&Electric De o .... V
RAILROAD BONDS.
Capitol Treio 5s....................105% jz,.
Asa-tis & Pitosnc ;nti- 6s...... 0
A cc G &Pt t ri. 5o.-............... . 90n
lit' & High. Low. SCl1se.
Rutt Coppe Z ............ ... ( l% g
tterwort n....... . 1 7 7.
Wehdt,,e i..ilwe. Ele.t.ic.. ..... 1%
oashingon. Ale . & Mt.. ernon . . ... .... .
3dISiC&LLANWS. BONDS.
Potic Bietr -................1. 1% is
P oa rcdo......... . . ......... '2 11i, 12 .
Chesaeake & Potma Tphon..... ... I1N 10g
Ameticn Te .p. .otc . T..i. . ;. 4.. . V "
Amritan Teltoe & Teleraph 4.. .. 18 15.
Amerian teapho.bo. e . . t .. .........i ION 2703
Mi~ ,tchel M ko t a. . 947............. 6
Washington Market a. ............... g .g .
Wattttonlr Market C'old Storag, e.... "r .
Nrfn B Washington dteay. boat . . .... 105 g0
Unitd Stars Re.lty . e................ 104
Riarmet r9..I................... 0% 10%
Riga R'n it Es stortl.... ..........ii
PtB DC iiE .
CapOl Pario .... ................ V 83%
Wsabinlno Railway & Electric corn.... 81 r.
Washington Railway & Electric pfd. ... 81s as
.Norfolk & Wa.idtos Steoaboat...IN
ashinen Gas . ..................... % 0% .
i'rgetnwnt c(.as........................ ..103
Clumbia Gas & Elente.......... . .3 1 .%..
America n Ttcphone & Telegraph.. ... r
TYPE MACHIN STOCKS
itewee Uhas enotype ............... l o1%
Lantton Mlontype..........-*........IF 7
futen aslngM tININ t STOE.
moprs .AOnApl ................ad a 1
NAINLBANK STOS.
.iryday, 33% rcen rrnin...... .. dS. 14
Capital .................... f and ...m.th. 2 .r .
Crmb ..ean.................... 20 B
Commeral p w. s acthe . at %n0
istit............................i 141 IS
cfrne and Mednint dy nob............. 3 r5
era ed by W............... it o
rpolita n 5...........................
119Ptma E. n c.....................I 1
eco .............................13% =
National Bank at Washington . . 2
'I R UT , IN (IIANY STOCKS.
merican Secrit & TruIt .......... J
ational Sa & Trst........... 10..
Fnion T-t t.. .................... 121 is
Wechnaton L'stt & Trust ............30 ..
_,nietlTist. ................... 13LI
I Continen S BANK STOCKS.
Eloe.. ...... ..................... 111
Afank al :om e & Satings.. . 12
st Washington ..... ... -.......i.
Security Savings & Commercial . .
IRE INSURANC BOCKS.
lnted ............ : ............ 19 ..
ted ta......... .. .............
Naensieton 8
Columbia 5
Kes~Certe....nd.............1;m..
Unte SatsElectriy Co........... :.
RILANROD SOCS.
ICapial Tracti..5................15%66
Anaphtino & Ptom. .Ga. ........ 1 s
Anraholitn &Potda5...................99
t'i ts Tubranfe Stoag....0 r
Sfecuroitan 5too........... ...........101o
Washington. Alore.&Mt..Vernon.5..... ..
atmore Elett.Ih 7.11............ fine% Mary
Chesar aen& Potoaca Teaphon 5.... 104 1ase
WAsercn Telephone . ete rah* me. 1no 32
Aer canle hone0 W eer trag 4%s.. 1 1
Amrin Graphohone st 6S.......... 10.. extas
Wal;ngtn aaret bls. 19S........ exrs 5..
adhigoniareta. 173........... uv~N ga.
pahntNaked. t C1;olld tora as... 97 .yl
wisefolate& Cahington. aambou 5oa. 1g ;k%
Ri; yor g . bely ex..... ...-.. ............... d10 t% ck.
Rgg Relt Leg(hor................... 10a.en
Cae.p ; d .aal Trc to..... .............. l.. rn% s.
Ws hitn RailwyouElctri con.... R8 ner.
Waoungt414 onRalway& oectric4 f.... 1181% ile.
eaNok&Whigtnte bat....1
toas hi teeton an .................... 7en % lve a
busel.etw Gals&.S; .. N................. es. toa .
lumbia; Gn.astEer ie............... 15... .
do.mern Telho . & Leegraph..... Ber o
inhergethaler Likt.. .a....,.... 161%ond IE.
LanIS Mnotype. ...ue............. kM. yg
Amerdan ... ....... pe
Captl.... . .........
Celumi.ash ... w.am5e
&%mes an .e anica
-ega- and
Will; - an, nathe, 1W ~10; O,, New Tork.
tlo. 4&t.ft*; esstalonPss olorado. grsa, 1.16;
Meriy, New Yosk. basch. UXS; Dames. Marylenad
and Vighnia, 3., sal; do.. W str Maryad.
&-b. basket. 24MM; e=-isats. mute. beabt, Mill;
rpm., Ouncord, basket, 0al1; do., Nisma. basket,
1la12; do.. Delaware, - basket, 14a15; Him beans.
Peach basket, 50.40; do., bamper, 1.0; de., bushell
I; do., hulled. l., 8; lettae. natlie., bushel
bo, Mal; anion. Maryland and PenWlania. dry,
blisbiel. SIM; do.. New yort Ad Virginia. yellow.
10W. ack. 14.,7; peeche., Montabe ctrrier.
1.Ma.2; do.. 44 basket, Na; do.. round basket.
75at.; psars. e-e-n lhbr, Kiefer, 44 basket.
20a; do.. bbl., 1.5al.5; do.. -aikal. basket, 4b*.
peppera nearby. basket, Urn; tonatoes. natise. ripe.
basket, 44a; do., green, basket, I1aM; do.. nearbi.
measured bushel, 1.1.
PHIT.ADLPHIh PRODUCE.
Philadelphia, Pa. Oct 7.-BUTT'EE-The market
ruled rm under light ofris ad a taer
demand. We quote: Westrn solid-puked bream
ery, fany Spacials, 31%: do., ntra. Wa7%; extr
frlt, 36; frst*, 3t%; seconds, 33aM; lades. Ma
I2; packiug Itoc&, Ma5; nearby pints, fans. 0;
aerage extra, 3max; firats, SaMs; seoonds, 3s3;
14ecial fancy brand. of prints jobbing at 4aA.
etGb-.huice fresh eMs won in good request
and firm with supp&"m well olesed up. The quo
tations wee: Nearby wtzss3, per dessa; nearby
firsts. 11.10 per am; nearby corrnt receipts, 10.0;
Wester. extras, 5 per dose- Westem isra 6rstm,
11.10 per cams: Weete% , l0.ms0.s; refriger
stor, extra, 9.g0 per Ms; dra. 9.153a.4s; seonds,
8 10a.70; selected candled fresh eggs jobbing at
44.4 Pr dosen.
LIVE POULTRY-Foswis. as to quality, 17a31;
Woostr. 14L15: oprwng chicens, aenording to quality,
17.LI; white Leghorn, ScoredIng to qualty. 15.17;
ducks, As to size and qualItY, 1517; plgeons. old,
Per pair. Ma; do., young, per palr. ism
DESSED POULTRY-Fres-h-lled dry-pated
fowIA, 12 to boa, dry-picked. fsng safoitd. 3;
weighing 4%65 pounds apiece, 23%; do.. 4 pounds
aNO", 2; do. 3% pounds sapm. 22; do. 3 peon
aPles. 1e21. Fbwls. in barrels. lon-packed, fae.
dry- --Northern Indiana ad n111,. weighing
"S Poa WpOODe, 2; Southerr Indiana and 111.
n .i. weighing 4n5 pounds apiece. 2A; nallr
sIes 19a22. Old rooters, dry.picked. ts. Roasting
cickeoa. Woater. weightng 7 pounds and over
pe pair. 2Xas; broiling chickene. Wenter, wegh
ing 3a4 pounds pe pair. 3.5. Chickest, weigilng
le5% pounds per pair, Ma2l: do.. mxed sizes, 21.
22. Broilers, other narby. weigng 11%s2 prends
spielr. 2Sa30. Brolers., nearby. maller aleas. 2.
l'uC". nearby. meing. ma=. Bquaba,. Per deen
lhite. ooighing 11 to 12 pounds per doeni. 5.5&
6.0); white. weughing 9 to i pounds per dosen, _.6
&5.50; whte, weigung 9 pounds per donen. 400a
4.5; d,. d,.. - pounds par dosen, 3.50a375; do,
do, 616 inunds per dosen 2.75.2.O; dark, Ma
M; email and No 2. M1.M.
CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET.
Ciiago., Ot 7 -Fimphati, denial fro, Washing
ton that Ambasador Gerard was ou a peace er
rand did much to restore the condence of thI
heat bula Uto. They ala - ousraged bs
damaga. rOntttaits f-rm Argentm, and by rumne
that the Canadi. government ontemplate em
mandearing the %heat cop of Canada. The mar.
ket mcreesd in strength as the day drew near a
clo.. and final figires were het of the day and
shoed na gam of 1%.ta ,ents for the acte
oth-s and 34 rents adtaoce for July. Foreigs
e's ce grod buyers and there was free bu,,ing
by ahort (Otaide tral was ade b, the el
o'cut bevg thoroughly fnghtened by the peax
talk.
The seablrd roead --w.O bufthl of wheat
for export today, wilne Omaha woerid 25.0 bushels,
but the total business is betered to have exceeded
thi.
Corn losed strong, showitig adre of % centa
r the day 0O of the big 'lerater onorr..s ned
in the bLulng, &ad hearX larchasr were also made
a r ineit i1-1 pee.soa;
Uat. lagged behind tU tler grams and led
at Iracti-ally unD-hanged fig.ea. Cash oats was
a quarter to three-uadters loer. with hjipping
s3ao 1100 bushels. incuduing 3,O. bsahel, fIr
sxorst.
Hog eTiucts closed higher, led b, Deermber lard
Buying was of a geod eraceter and there was no
presemre to areak of.
ITEAT- Open H Cle
Daber..............
%Jh . ....... 1i% 1 . 34:
Deormber............. 741, 77 15 4
Man ...... ........ 5 1357 15 .5
Pe_ tober ............ .f', 4. 4N
Ma - -.... . 1% 4
January ............... 1,47 1 5 'o -
LARDa-p
Oatober . l . h 14 0
rDeimb- ...... i 10 1 42 K:y :4 r
January 13.4 1.5 IC U%; 14 M
SHORT RIBS- ...1.5 ir 124 6
OOtr. .... . 7 l4r It 14r7 A.4
January ........1247 1-536 1247 1.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCX,
Chicago. Oct. 7.-OG5.Receipta, 12. head.
slow, unhanged tl cents ahre yeaterda a aver
age; bulk. 9tb..3 light.. Pah 9 e. med. 950 a,
heavy 9.0.5; rough. .00.S); pigs. 759
9j ; 6pt, - ead: s . 9 naine h5 e
cattle. 6.60111.3: Western stee.. 6.1i59.40, trnda
and feeders. 4.75a775; cows and bifmr. (,o 40:
calres, 8.0061:D 5
RHE--Reepts. 6.000 head weak wethers 6a
.-3; lamb. 7i0alC..
BALTIMORE GRAIN.
BalUmre, Oct "-7 HFAT-Cloed strog ad
Quit. No. 2 red t amt Ortcher, -~:.
November. 1.6i%: Deetber, 1.62%: N. red
Western ape and Octoir, I 67%
()-R-Closed strong a quiet. Spot anr _
tober, ws
OATS-Martet Qidet. No. 2 white, L, standard
white. =6; No. 3 white., 5%aM
U. S. Treasury Statement.
The condition of the Treasury at the
close of business yesterday was:
Net balance in general fund, S173,636.755
total ordinary receipts Yesterday 12.130,
839; total ordinary payments yesterday,
$3.912,462.
The deficit this fiscal year Is $50.144.722
against a deficit of $34,434,036 last tier.
exclusive of Panama Canal and public
debt transaction.
Revenue receipts this year up to the
close of business October 6, $1%,410,771.7-1
revenue receipts for the corresponding
period last year, $167.843,157.50.
Ordinary disbursements for this vear
up to the close of business October 6.
S2i2,862,r70.1i; ordinary disbursements for
the corresponding period last year,
$201,010,19%.91.
AECADE DRAWS CROWDS.
Dancing and Skating Femtures
Prhre Popular.
The Arcade amusement center continues
to aittranct patrons In increasing numbers
ardd the management is showitig apprecia
tion of the enthusiasm of Its pstr'ns by
making the dances longer and the encores
frequtent.
The strict censoring of dancing and eti
quet to has caused favorable comment, and
although the Auditorium is run for profit,
the management has not hesitated to re
fuse admission to any not living up to the
high standard demanded.
For the afternoon skating sessions, the
automatic orchestrion, the unusually large
track, beautiful decorations, and the fIne
ventilation should attract Increasing,
crowds.
LEBANON LODGE CELEBRATES.
Masonic Osaisatbon Stages Wardi
Gras Entertainment.
The one hundred and fifth anniversary
of Lebanon Lodge, No. 7, F. A. A. M.,
was celebrated In the ballroom at the
Arcade last night. The affair had the,
aspect of a Marl Gras celebration. The
celebration began with an address of
welcome by Charles E. Alexander. Then
came a barytone solo by Frederick C.
Schaffer, a soprano solo by Gertrude
Lyons, a reading by Constance Goodman,
a harp solo by Cathryn Riggs, a selection
by the Lebanon Lodge Quartet, remark,,
by Henry K. Simpson. a character song
Jsy Ajthur B. PIerce. a bass solo by
Chairs W. Moore, and a tenor solo1
by Richard P, Backing.
,~aa pinel ankere have ordered
thrytn of cedar tran the United
St s.,.
Real Esta
COURT PROCEDNGS
United States Court of Claims.
Case. posted for trial on Monday:
I. Kouns 0Pry attorneys. King &
King, and W. F. 'orris; trial calendar
numbers, 2, 3. 4. 5, 6, 7, 1, 9. 10; Iaw 3;
trial 11; law 4 to 182 Inc.; trial 13. 14. 15;
law; and
George F. Archer et al.-nandate
Supreme Court.
D. C. Court of Appeals
Assignment for Monday, October 9.
1916:
2302-Jaeobi vs. Jacobi; attorneys, New
myer-Wright & Wampler.
29-eoraggs va. Gallagher; attorneys.
Drew-Ridout, Natck.
2933-Harding vs. Westcott: attorneys.
O'Brien-Rowland, Mason.
293-Marachalk vs. Marachalk; attor
neys. Quinn-Mudd, Haw ken.
2933-Washington Railway and Electric
Company vs. Scala; attorneys. Barbour
O'Donoghue, Alexander.
29M-Nehrbass ve. Nehrbass; attorneys.
Fred. Madison. Gles-reen.
2941-Maxwell vs. McDonald; attorneya.
McKenney & Flannery, Faust. Wilson
Minor.
24&-Gray vs. Ward: attorneys, Gas
kins, Gray-Lambert. Yeatman.
2916-Randle vs Washington Loan and
Trust Company. trustee. et al.; attorneys.
Easby-Smith. Fleharty. Johnson-Meril
lat. Woodward. O'Donoghue. Alexander.
2U10-Shoemaker vs. Digges; attorneys,
Johnson-Gordon
Supreme Court. District of Columbia
Equity DIvisao No. 2,
jutlee st erd.
Searle vs. Barr: rule returnable Octo
ber 13; plaintiff's attorneys, M. N. Rich
ardson.
Clinton vs Hoye. decree quieting itle
plaintiff's attorneys. Fred McKee and A
G. Bishop.
Hayman vs Hoye: decree quieting title.
plaintiff's attorneys, Fred M Kee and A
G. Bishop.
Green vs. Green; restraning order
granted: plaintiff's attorneys. W. C.
English.
Assignment for Monday. October 9
Provident Relief Association %s Amer
ican Home Life Insurance Compans,. at
t- r:ieys. Bramhall. Neale and England,
iailey -Gardiner.
Lynham vs. Hufty; attorneys, Sulli
van-Burke. Hufty.
Harley vs. Harley et al; attorneys.
King-Martin.
'nion Savings Bank vs. Moriarty. at
torneys. McLahahan, Burton and Culberi
son-Moriarity. Columbus.
Gray vs Gray, attorr.,. Wew-For
rest.
WhIte vs. White; attorne's. T-omey &
Toomey-Hutchinspn
Burgdorf vs. Edwards. attorneys. Gar
diner--Ridout. Edwards
Boyts vs Mann. attorneys. Bal':nger.
Ridout-Dar ing ton
'Ixen 'a Coxen; attorneys. Johnson
F'ord.
So lmon se Solorron; attornese T:gnor
-Tignor.
Stose vs. Hight et al: attorneys. Wilson
-Hogan. Douglar. Ruffin and Obear
Newbold vs. Brennan Construction Corr
pany. attorneys. Cohen-Sull:van. Ham: -
ton.
Credit Clearing House vs. Nationa
Credit Cleaing Hou". attorneys. Hayder
-C l:ns.
Turner vs. Turner; attorneys, Baker
Leahy-Gaskins.
Smith vs. Smith: attorneys Clarke
P7retzfelder.
Atkine vs Alkins. atto-neys. DeLacr
Col.ert-Nrng. RW'out
WVaugh vs McMule-n att-ne: s. Tenr
send-Gaskins
Circuit DIvisie., No. t.
Chief Justice Cevington.
Assignment for Monday, O-ofter 9
I-Knight 's Norfolk and WTV, -
Railway Company. et al . sttorne'
Douglas. Ruffln & Obear-Hl'nton &
Hamilton. Maddox & Gatley
3-Cohen vs. Parker. et a: :ttrre
Wolf, Newmeyer-Ridout.
5-Kerr.an vs Capital Trar::on Coo.
pany; attorneys, Shea. O'Shea- Dur lop
--Cockrel! vs. Capital Traction Cm
pany; attorneys. Lambert. Yeatmn
Dunlop.
9-Carllson vs. District of Commba.
tornevs, Wolf. Ridout-Syme
11-Sommerville vs Chapeke ird Fr -
tomac Telephone C-nipany. nttornes
Phillips. Wilson Best-Tucker, Kenyon &
Macfarland. Bailey
13-Saunders vs. Cowie & Taylor Co
(Inc 1 attorneys. O'Toole-Barker
I.BSailer vs Washincton Railway and
Electric Company: attorneys. ue:t;
Hoover.
7-VWhite vs. Terminal Taxicah Com
pany et al.; attornys. Newmeyer--Baker.
Osterman. Whiteford.
I!-Bribham vs Dlst-rlct cf Cclumnta
attorneys. Lambert. Yeatman-Syme
yI-Waterholter vs City and Sihurarn
Railwas Company; attorney.', Ray. :r .
Quiin-Hoover.
25-Bopes vs Commercalj NatioA:
Bank. of Washington. D. C .atorneyo
Dutton-Ellis & Donaldson.
27-Sherier s. Washington Railway and
Electric Company. et al . attorneys.
Lockie. Cox & Kratz-Baker. Osterman
29-Cooper vs. Pennsy:vania BromeW
Company; attorneys. Gardiner-Hogru
igreilt Divisie. Re. .
Justice iddeas.
Assignment for Monday. October n
2-Harris vs Blaubock: attor: es.
Newmeyer-Hamilton. Yerkes & Hani'
toi.
4-Bennett vs. Davs:i attorneys Ges
Swindeil.
6;-Tolson vs Washinigton Hierald. a:.
torneys, Shinn & Owen--McLanahan.
Burton & Culbertcon.
t-Provost vs. Young; attorneys. Marye
--Faust & Wilson.
10i-Nevins vs. James et al.; attorneys.
Tucker, Kenyon & Macfarland. Bailey
Gray.
12-Skinker and Garrett vs District of
Columbia;- attorneys. Rh~odrs, Cromelin
Syme.
I4-Thompson vs. Fideility Storage Com
pany; attorneys. Fox. Fox. Fox-Quinn
16-Protectiv'e Order Knights of Cosmos
vs. Schtwegier: attorneys. Ridout-Harnil
ton. Yerkies & Hamilton.
1S-Colbert vs. McQuigg; attorneys.
Adriaans-O'Donorhue
2t-Caton vs. District of Columbia, et
al.; attorneys. Moncur-e, Sinclair-Syme,
Williams, Hoover.
22-Kllen vs. City and Suburban Rail
road Company: attorneys, Ray. Quinr.
Hoover, Barbour.
24--Smolik vs. Traver; attorneys. B1l
brey-Maddox & Gatley
26-Postal Telegraph Cable Company vs.
Augustus Crane et si.; attorneys. Hinton
--Maddox & Gatley.
28-Coiston vs. Martin; attorneys.
Patterson-Swayze.
30-Walker, administrator, et al. adin
istrators, vs. Washington Railway and
Electric Company; attorneys. Merillat
Barbour.
Prebaza Diviie.
Just,.e Staford.
Estate Rufus C. Conteilo; will dated
September 5. 1916, and, petition for pro
bate of will filed; attorney. W. L. Hous
ton.
In re Albert N. Seip; answer of col
lector to petition; petition of Mary S.
Fry for allowance fled; attorney, F. 8.
Tyler.
Estate Sarah J. McNeir; petition for
caveat filed; atteraey..C. Rt. Col-via.
liitata.rnJobs . F. Reimley umoefa r.
te Reco
letters of adminstration ed; anmW.
A. A. Lee
Estate James 0. Carter; order to tras-.
for property to legatee.
Betate Albert N. Seip; order for pay.
ment of income; attorney. F S. Tyler.
Estate Mary Vance: order admittlig
will to probate and granting letters tee
taimentary to Florence t- A. Mouard;
bond. WM0: attorney. W. H Richards.
In re Rosalie L Matthews; order aa
thoriuing certain expenblturep
Estata Harry Wells. order grantng
6terS of adnlrstration to Maud Wells;
bond. 00.
Estate Sarah J. McNeir; order to sell
Mrtain personal property.
Estate Sarah Duke, order authoriagg
distribution of estate.
.In re Elsie N. Ball and others; order
approving inlestment of funds.
Estate Mary C Rogers: petition for in
structions fIled
Estate Mary H. Totten: petition for in
structions filed
Estate Mar, ' Rogers. order authnr
ling adminu trator to regr check for
transfer of funds, attorney.J. . Dar
lington.
'Vtianal Devisems no. L
Juettee Ge11i.
United States Ts Williamn Caldwell;
depredation: motion for bill of partticu
lars fled; attorney. A P Connor
United States -. Joh Delano, )oy
riding, motion for hit! of partleiars
flied. atterney. A P ('onnor.
Assirnment for Monday. October 9, 19r.
United States vs Dai.y Logn..
Irated States vs. John Delaney
United States vp Viola King
United States vs John D Lynch
United States vs Edward Watkins
Arraignment,
Crizminal DIM"s Na. 2
JstItee lfeCey.
Assignmenrt for Monda. O-tober 9 1
I-nited States v tieMtbl
~r t''-d States IF Eg-.e pril'lsAnv
1~ritfo States %s Jamen Brlso-e
1 'terit ,a' Is Ovtlimm H, nsor an,!
Edward Tyler
Lawsuit.
-;96l--Nst:ra . A rt G,'iertes vs
K mon N! nade.' d g $35ri,06r:
plaintiff's n''ornert W- eet Ballinge,
M''1 an ' Mr I vs Roberi
1' :Q, Nrti a t
Equity %sits.
4---Ma' 'r . Nanara vs Harr:
Scr .\ N rara !. . d d . rc.
I!a- r at-orrcy.o Hawker. & Have!
4C4 Faraj - -;,,-r I, E.na'd A
1re wr t- dAr,--. .. : a -
DFLJ% OF -I R1 %1.
maC .-'r--w:. ar H F-' og et v
Reu, in Ar - .-s V -r A ''W"
P.''ror-r:.. B, 5 .Aw' / . 52 t5
- r :* r c- rB : +. J. rn 5
them ar,' Rc*..r ft .!.-.-...t'Em
A .Tam.s I: 905 ~- -
I Ka ' M- * 's....-..* o a
Gi.H 5 M4r.p- ...a.e\ '
--fn# a' A , r. Y
Cr re rse pa
A sne. ar.. F Dig to see
T '\ '- h.t..,r $ .:r m,r-it . e m oa
-4 IF and 9 ,rr' E E.e
ar ! ;H nr Phs. ir. Artihur 0ar- and Mir.
A ju- t eur PeVaua. Bidtmg ASS t.n
P, ge a4 n -DaeaGMae
I '' *o' ' :. 's s Pau A.t d '
I r Ja' t- T* ,tas E A e. -9.
-1 - A-. S9l
REAL ESTATE TRANNFEtI.
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T ~ '' sa- 1 ' --- '
MARRIAGE LESES
WHITE
A .-' ' 5' ar \ R a - , D i
Ge~r; 1: ew 7and R~m I knero >
Lit, H In',se E and A'.,. 51 Le'..
iR. H MrKimn
Re. iT. "a
J e. A. Rianci i: : . la. r Tar..ra
ts r' by":t . ' o .yr- E hoiy..
I''cr. :9 R'. Henr' A:. a
EIRTHS REPORTED
WHt ITE
Knit and FMa-asr i Ihre- rt5h
R:'s tard antd iA'e A- Po "e t'g r:
Micha... H and Ikh.'a F. Rafter,, tis 55gM.
'-s'e. C ar.. Man H Purad1 irt
"iauder F. and La.. Md Br=M~sid. BtrL
ft andi H,.: 8t'rtr git
rIe.,r G. aud Mabel E. Kirke. gir!
WAUham. DS and Ride Maicitea, aisd
Absader ad ELna 4itt. br
J.e-.c '. an In... L. Proeier, bety.
Geot.rge and Gras.e Carter. boy
F .g ar.. Msat n Hart be
Wesale and' Anna Md Jnhnsen girlt
Jamsoa R. asd Mildred B Tarine gir4.
los and Amsand Roisn. boy
Frantk and C!ar. E. 4.mitS strl
Thomsas Et and Masrgaret A Powaell he
Benedict and Marn Jackann. boy.
Howasrd and Cartre Cress ait
Frank and Sarahs Nash bey.
Mar' A. arrett. fl 6ers G s.
leanor Dous. 44. Pemsw Arateas
Joseph J MunaadtR W., I hosr. 5 Mas Vis. &
Audrew Madden. 3 u'mths. Proeisum mN~o.'
Charles U. Paes.n IT ,sar 1117 Usa.. ss. -.
Fannie Olu. U. Frseme's Uesta.
John U. Tyler. 5. 135 th Ut aw.
t.er H. Pre S. 965 Sth st. av.
Eaosl Seyana. K M's aM

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