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All the Latest Financial News with the Latest Stock Market Quotations APPRAISAL FOR TAX PURPOSES Iron Properties in Minne sota Exceedingly Valu able, Says Holland. It It be tru? that the State of Minnesota has made an appralaal of th? M???b? Iron propertlea which ara under th? control of the United Mate? Steel Corporation of ?75?, ???.????, which Is to serve as a basis of sute taxes, then there Is thia wsy official recognition of m romantic and remarkable ?tory ?s aociatrti with the growth of this corporation. Intimstion by one who Is excel lent authority has been received in New Tork within a day or two which reports that so great an ap rrais_l for tax purposes as this haa been fixed by the State of Min nesota on this property. Several yesrs ago the statement was made by one who is of high authority in the steel corporation that its ore properities in Minne sota were at that time equal value to or more than equal to the par value of the tctal issue of com mon stock. These properties, how ever, were not In possession of the cosporatlon st the time of It? or ganization. vt.a Real Bar-ala. Publication was at one time made of the fact that year? a;o a man who waa financially blind or very narrow had opportunity to buy these prooer ttes for about a hundred and fifty thousand dollars. He objected to the brokerage or commission which the dealer asked and for that reason the transaction failed. A little later an other man or perhaps a little syndi cate had opportunity to buy these properties for ?SC.ono. That was many more thousand dollars than thia syndicate could command, so that this proposition fell through. The time came, sccording to tradition when John D. Rockefeller, who could command millions, secured ownership or control of these properties, paying therefor, according to the report at that time in circulation, a large amount of money. That waa looked upon as a wonderful bargain, chiefly on account of the millions that were involved. But the fsr-seeing men of the United Steles steel Corporation sub sequently secured this property and It was estimated several years ago to be of the money value of G??.??.!?*?. But the ere was a long distance from the furnaces which were controlled by the corporation. However, with characteristic energy and skill, the corporation caused to be constructed its fleet of lake steamers whereby the ore could be transported to the furnaces in the Pittsburgh district or to the contemplated town of Gary. Thst was accomplished at a cost of only thirty cents a ton, ten cents of which were expended at the mines, ten cents lieing the cost of lake trans portation, and ten cents being the cost of unloading at the Pittsburgh district or at f?ary. In these figures are to lie discovered one of the reasona why this corpora tion has been able to si.nd many millions of dollars which it earned in improvements and in the acquisi tion of p.-operties and. furthermore. to increase, from time to time, wages, while at the same time reducing the cost of produi-tion so that it waa pos sible to standardize pri.-^s in the iron and steel markets, and not steadily to advance prices to consumers. That was something of which Charles M. Schwab spoke In high praise when testifying in the pro ceeding? brought by the United States ?gainst the Steel Corporation, as it was also something to which inde pendent steel manufacturers willing ly testified. Mr. Rockefeller?when he Is in formed, aa he undoubtedly has al ready been, that the state of .Min nesota has appraised these ore prop erties st several hundred million dol lars for taxation purposes?is likely to reflect that however good a bar gain he made he might have made a better one had he waited for a while. Cea. -?T??* la Prance. ? day or two ago Gen. Leonard Wood was able to say to his friends that he began to notice the numo sen sation which, since he -was wounded in France, has caused the fingers of one hand to be practically useless, was passing away, for he observed that feeling was beginning to be re stored, although slightly, to tus fines? rs. He has been wearing a glove since hla return to the United States, there by better to protect the hand and fingers, but If Improvement continues he may be able to give up the use of the glove in a short time. Friends who have met Gen. Wood recently m private, aay that the public haa little Idea of how narrow his escape from death wa? at the time of the a-cl dent in France. He related to these friends the na ture of the wound. The piece of ?hrapncl or Iren which struck him tore the flesh from his shoulder to his el ???, and the apprehension was that it had also torn the muscles. Treat ment in the hospital and further treatment since he arrived in the United States has resulted In an ex cellent healing of the flesh wound, but it la likely that always there may be ?sere cr lea. ?tlffness in the arm. With Gen. Wood at the time of the accident were two French officers snd six French soldiers, so that there were nine In sll gathered together at the moment of the explosion. Of these nine, every one excepting Ot-i. Wood was killed. And he was so severely wounded that, for a time at least, there was some apprehension that he might be permanently In capacitated. He stood a.one in the center of a group of eight soldiers who a few ?econds before had been full ef life and energy, but who had In an instant's time passed on; he. though wounded, was ssfe. The Ragli?? Reserves. A few days ago th? statement was n??de. accordine; to report? from London, that the English army In France has been strengthened since 'he beginning of the German of fensive so tlattt now th? reserves number a million men. and will be steadily Increased. At the begin nin?: of the offensive these soldiers were In Fnglsnd snd It wa? impera tive that they be transported a? speedily aa possible to France. But with the utmost energy and utilization of all available vessels It wss found Impossible to trans port more than 16,000. men a day. while in addition to tbe men a vaet ?mount of supplies and muni tion? of war wer? to be transported. This explains why the English reserves In France were not in creased nor? rapidly. It Is forty la-re sine? the German offensive be r?a. so that it ha? required nearly ill that time to transport from England to France a reserve army if 1,??.?? men and the needed ?up ?*!?? tut- ut? munition- of war. NEW TORK STOCK MARKET. ranlafeatl b? W. B. Bibb? ?tut Onanpanj. Hlih. law. Clow. Adr, Maamrny .?.v. II? * US A*. Baratar pfd..?_.._ M 3f% ?** Ataafc? OoW _SUzL, 1% Va 1* Alaeka Jimmu ....._..... IK 1% 1*4 AIM. Calillar. ._. ?***?**. American Ac Cham, pfd.. ? ? ? ? Amaricen Bert Socar. 73 71 fi Amanean Can . ?s. 4JH ??*. American Oar ?od Foundry ttt? 71 TI American. Otta. OS . IT "?? MH American Io?. faH **??? 11% American 1er at?. ?5 tf li American International ... H a*2 ? American Locomotii? . U\ **?* M\ Amrrican 8. and R. 77S 77'? 77'? American 8. aad M Pfd... 1*6 106 IM Amrrican Humatra Tob. .. M% M ??4 Ameriiin T. and ?. *??? *?*. ? . Amrrican Woolen . HS !1". US Amrricaa Woolen pfd. ?G? to*?? W? Anaconda . M ?M M AtchiaOB. ???- a ?Va ?.. O. and W. I. M 1? 1? Arianne Coast Lina . ?'a ?*?"* ?Fa Hablar m Loromoti?. . ?l'a M M Baltimora and Ohio . si". SI SI Baltimora and Ohio pfd.... SIS S3?. 53'? Batoplia Minine . ''? ?'? ?'? BethlehTO Steel rlaaa B-. 7SS 7IS 7*r? Bethlehem Steel 1*1 pfd.... lor? II??. lOSTi Booth riaherie? . SS *SS I?"? Broan? Shoe . ? ? * Bum? Brother? . 13 19 I-*? Butta Suprior . fr? WS MS Canadian Pacific pfd. 137H 137S 13??? Cratral Foundry .a. a*1'- ?"' *? Central Foundry pfd. 5# 50 ? Central Leather . ?'s W4 ?S l>ra de Paar? . a*? US JM. Chraaprak. and Ohio . S?". 5V4 Sir? OU M. and St- P.. J? X\ Tttk Chicar? ?"d Nnrthwrstera ?i ?? ?1 tt, R. I. and ?. MS If. ?** C It. I. and P. 7'. pfd.. ?\ ?5\ ?*? Chile r?vpnrr . 1?'? U*i 1**4 Colorarlo Purl and Iron.... *H ?J a? Columbia fia? . 34 33*. 3? Corn Product? . 3?S 3??? "??? Ctam Produit, pfd. ?G. ?TS *t% crucible Steel . ?SS tu1? ?U4 Cuban Can. Suor . "**? **"*? "***?? Cuban fane Snaar pfd.... fas ta*, tea. Iienaer and Rio Grand?... 3S **? *?a Iii-tiller? Soniritir? . SIS SOS SI H ?n? Minin? . ?S 7*? "*? ?ie Bailroad . M?a l?i 1?? G??? ?I Mining and S. ??? S*? ?S fiaston W. and W. *C\ 33S =3S limerai Meter? . 117 ll">'. 115S limerai Moto-? pfd. TTr, 7?S 7*. firrat Nortbern pfd. f?? *"?. ?*? lirrat Northern Or. . 3S S? -*S liul* State? Steel . 11?S If? II? HaakrU and Barfcrr . 39 31 3? minci? Ontral . **?? ?S MS les.ir tu m Copper . 52*ss SIS 31S lnt Bar?, of N. J. 13?? 13S 12tS Int. Mer. Varine . ?*"."? -S1? S?. Int. Mar. Marine pfd. ?7 a? ?Si. International Nickel . -?S 77*4 77S International l'aper . *0*? *?*. 3f*S Jrwrll Tra pfd. ??.??? Kmnecott Copter . .?? 3l\ 31** I^ckaaaiwia Steel . 7? 7? 7? Luoae Wile? Company . ZT. **M 3: Markar Cmuaay pld. ? ? M Manhattan derated . 9? ? 9* Maxwell Meter . 3'.? 2SS ?S Mexican Petroleum . *?". 9*1*4 SC1 Miami Copprr . "Ti G"?*. *5?S Midnle Steel. ?V . ,=, - *v, Miaaouri, ? and ?._ ?? IS ?S Miaacuri rariflc ._. *?>? J?S ?p., MonUna P.mrr . ?G*1? K7S ?TV. Natiooal P. and ?. 17? 3?S 18% Narional E. and S. Sl\ 51S SIS Nerad? Coller . 14?? 19'? B?? N. T. N. H. and H. SS ?-*?*. UH Norfolk and ?rslrrn . 1?!S "?S 1*C? Northern Pacmo . *HS *2S C>? Ohio Citie. fiaa . '": 37*, ' ."? Ontario Miiuns . 10 ?** US Prnn^. Irani? . IIS MS ?4S Propira* C.aa . ?S a?S 4?S l'en.ia and Eastern . ?S C? 4*4 Philadelphia Compeor _ 751? 75*4 -SS PltUburilh Coal . 51 31 51 Pittaonrgh and W. Va. "t-i Vi --J"?. I"r.^ed Steel Car . S*'.? NH "*S Railwar Steel Sprini . W, 3as4 55". Rar Copper . *!??. .^S -l*s R ?,lm. Railwaj- . ana? 7?S ? Kctaiblic Iron and Steal ... SOS **? a"1. SiTaa?? Anna C'anpanT .... ????'? Shattuek Arizona . ?? ? 1? Sinclair Oil and R. 3S 'S 77S si.-? Sh.-rfield . W ? ."?? ?.nahem Mucine . a? ?1\ ?:?. Southern Railway . 21 *J:S ,-*nS ?o.irhem Railway pfd . .V :?s .-# stiKlreauter . **\ 3??4 .?S?, Superior stea* . ISS r?s 33S Te.-ii???,e IS. and O. IBS 1* 1? T.saa Company . 1!IS ICH HjS Toh?cco FrodiKta . STS i?S 52?? T. ..sx-o Pisdueta ptd. 9f?? 90S 90S reir?? Pacific . HIS 117*1? 117*. I itcd Alluy Steel . W 10 ?0 Initrd <*ir.r Storea . ?7'? ?TS ?7S l"i it.-d ?lit . 171 l-Te? W I iiir?1 Railway Inr. ?S 6S <sS l'ait?! Re. T. pfd. 13 US US I . s r**t Iron fir?. 13 13 13 G. S. Alcohol . HIV. I-Sli 1-3S G, S. E?rreii? . 15 13 15 I". S. Realty and I. U 13 13 G. S. Rubber . STS TU "T? I*. S. Strel . li', 9?\ OIS G S. Steel pfd. H.H. r.CT? 114?. Virmni? Carolina Chem... ?5?? I3S 43S ?Vihaah pf.l A. 39S r?. -ja, \v.?.tern Marsland . 13S US ITS Western l'nioo . sr|i. 9CV. 93S s'inehoua. . I?S ms ?u. Wr.eelirw and I? T.. ? ? ? Wiiir. Motor Cranpanv ... t* r: v: ?illya Orerland . 17 1?S 1?S Wortliinaton Tilmp . 43 43 13 tVorth. Pump pfd. B. 41'? SIS ?a*. PHaLaADELPHlA PRODUCE. Philitilelphia, p*., Arril \9. Price? on the Icral produce mirk.t t-.l,i\- rsngfd as follows: BITTTER-The market rulfrt firm ami 1 cent h.ghrr. with drmanol fair. Thm quntit. n? wrre: Splid r-arkH ri-canirrv. #-itrn. ?*?; hifrticr m ing ent-^?e, -Ta-ir?c; ?tr? first??, -f?atc'-tc; Anta, 44?t4-i(C; ?-?G? ml?. 41.t G?* ; marti- prints, fancy. StV: ?tertfr ?tra, 4?a*?c: Uno, ?aWr; secondi?. Calle; special brand? vi print* johWnf at MmMC. ??(iS?Tijer? ?as ? (food inquiry and th# nwr rtct riled firm witli light offcrinjra. We F???> th? folkmiD? range of prieea: aftte caaes, near?-y first??, 1113 per atandtiid case; current re caipu, per caae, JtO.80: WcMern ntri firsts, WJ per ra??*?; firsts, SL0.SO per case; candled eggs jobt?ng at JSa.tc pec dnr?en. ."?HEBSE?Tim market ruled a shaiV firmer under a fair drniand and light nfffnns?. The ii'iotatir.ns; New York, whole milk, fancy. 25c; speri?., higher; New York. whi-lj milk, fair to snr-d. 22a-^-lc. UVE rOILTRY-Fo-jl?, 3Ta36c; itaajry \oung r-.oster?. lSa23c: old roosters. ?JW\ Duck?. I'ekio, 28-30??; do., Indian Runner, .Be-TTc Geear, 3aXc. ? iihncA.-. per i-air. |1.30b1.?5. IMgeons. old, per pair, iii'.r; do., young, per pound. y?a35c. DRKdSKD roi.LTHY-Fre.h kille<l fowls. In harrclf. fan-y dry picked, weighing 4 pot:nd? and Ott apiece, SHr; ?miller aizes. 34a35c; old moa ten., drr pfrked. 2fc. Frozen fowl?,, 12 in a bom. milk fed. dry picked afcd fancy aclectod, S-V?c; -neijutg 4 prund? and OTcr apiece, 35c: 3-i Iba. apiece. 32a34c; 3 lb?, apiece, y*2\c; froien fowl?, in bbl?... fancy picked, weighing - pound?, and otct apiwe. 3?c; 34 Iba. apiece. -S-v33c; ?nailer aizea, ?30c. Frozen broiling chicken?, 2--ia3 lba. apiece. Western, MaCc. Roasting chickens, Western, in boxe?, weigh big 4',? pound? and oter ar-ece, 3ic; 4 pound?, 33a34c: 3'_ lb-.. :ia3Uc; S%al pounds, 3?>V; roasting chicken?, io barrel? 4'i lb*, and over apiece, 33c: 4 Iba. apiece, 31a3tfc; 2'-a3 Itis. apiece, ffa30c. Old rooeters, dry pkked. S1^. Turkey?, nearby, dry picked, fancy, 39a 10c ; fair to good. 32a37. Turkeys. Weatern, dry pioked. fancy, .T?..;-'.-; fair to good, 3^36c; turkeys, old torn*. 34a33c; common, 3C<c. Duck?, Western, weighing 4 Iba and over, 30a33c: ?mailer siten. 3aJ9r. Geese, nearby, 2fia28c ; Western, ffiaJTc. l^quaba. per dozen, white, weighing 11 to tt pounda. per dozen, TaT.S; white, weighing 9 to ? pound? per do/en, ?.3??.?5: white, weigh ing ? round? p*r doZ'n. 5a5.75: do do. 7 pound? per do/en. 4s..j0; do do, -Sa-S'-? ponndi per dozen, ?.73a3.2S; dark, isl; anali and No. 2, OntLtML BALTIMORE PRODUCE. Baltimorr, Md . April 3.-Prleel on the loeal produc? market lodar renard aa folloara: ???????? (SeU hr ?* lb. weiihLl-Whlte. Weatern Maryland and Pennsyliania. II TSal.S; da, I.ew York Xo. I, $1 75? 1.76; do.. Kaltem Shore -Marvlan.1 and Virginia, Sl.flftal.rS; red. 73ca|l.e>: Fionda, new. No. 1. to.Mot.t?; do.. Xo. ?. SI Ou?:- fai. ?west?, relio.?. Viroinia. per bbl , liOaaSW: do.. Eastern WkmM Man/land and Delavare, per bbl.. 41.30a3.01; do.; in hamper?, per ha?-, l.??al.75: fane?, kiln-dried, per bhL, K7S??i.?T>; do., aaad aweet?, par ha?, II00: sama. Vlrtini* aad Jaarjland, par bbl.. aUMS GBEE1. FRIIT? AND VtGIiTABLES Applea, Weatern Maryland and Pkanajhranta. parked, per bbl., J.Mai.OO; New Tork State. No. 1. per bM.. I.???.?; do.. No 7. 19at?-.: ?. raraffii?. Marsland aad Virginia, No. I. per rlea.. tZ.f^oZ 03: been?. Fiorile. ?Teen, fanev, ner he*. fiOOal?*: do., waa. fl..-t)?:.5a. do. preil l.Kal13; t.els. Florida, new. per beh, ?at: eahhaae. K*h?riita. ?ew. rer b?mprr, I.??? I.?: d... aer ante. !.??3.00: <*harie?> HOLLAND'S GREAT SEAPORT ? ? ? a^s?a?ie-?-? ? W 111?,? ?*, Rotterdam is the great seaport of Holland and in transit-trade i* third only to Hamburg; -nd Antwerp in all Europe. It is the second largest city in Holland, having a population of. 4-?,???. The great facilities for trade largely led lo the maritime power of the Netherlands?fir-t sea power in the seventeenth century?and to the large Dutch colonial possessions. The Dutch colonies arc sixty-four times as large as Heiland. f*uniinher-. Rorida, per banket, tS.75a3._5, egg plants, "lorida, per regular crate, $3.00*4Mi grape fruit, Rii-rida* per box, |200?i_TJ; kal??, Norfolk, per bbl.. .-xall.OO. Il lit!. Notth and bo-.th Carolina, per basket. a4?\?M3.?J, PlccWft, per 4-bbl. basket, $1.30*2.50: onion??, Weatern yellow, par ICO-lb. anck, tl._OaJ.T5, do., red. Jt _5al.50; oranges, as to ??_*?, I*"" faSC. 34.a_a7.0O; pe?. Klonda, per baaket. !??**? XOO: pppiKTi, Florida, per crate. S..50u.> (??* rad iahes, Norfolk, button?, per baaket, $1 (imi ?>'?. do., long, rt-i. per baaket, $L.00e,l._5>. rhubarb, natire, i-*r 100. f_.00; *pin.tch, Norfolk, p**r bbl., 7V_f1 30. >tr.iv.K rritn. Marida, per quart, refrigerator, *15a_5c; do., t ?,?*?*-_ crate. I3a_5c, tommbat*?. Florida, fancy. *,-er crate, $2._0a3 0ti, d?> , Plorida, fair to good, per crate, $t.S0a2._3 rOTLTRY-ChiLken?, .01.ng, per IK. G ???, ?-aW; do. winter, per lb, under 2 lb*. 4Ja JtV: do, spring, per lb. 1 to IH lb*. 55afl_r; do. ?inns, white .Jeahorn*?, lh., S0a-6>'; do, old roosters, per lb.. Lac; do, old bei?, per lb. 3_*-; ?in- ks, muaonry and m^-ngrel, pgr lh., 2Ta?*; do. white pekins, per lb., _i?_9r: do, l-uddlc. per lb., 34 lb? and orcr, _7a2Be. ?rlo, -maHrr, poor. Sa-*, pigeon?, per pair, old, ?V : d<?. orung. 40r* guinea fowl, each, young, 7*?"5t; do, old, 50ai0r. ?G?????Creamery, Western, ??-parator. tra. _3a44c; fln?f, 4_a..V; do.. Western prints, V Ib.. extra, -15a 16c: tirata. Catte: do., 1 Ib.. extra. 45a?e: do., nearby creamcrr. extra, 40a Ho; firtt. 39a40r; do. dairy prints, Maryland. Penn i**. Irania and Virginia, extra, Zl*22r: flr-t, 30a_ric Fttiro-packed, 3V; do, rolle, Maryland and l*enn.ylxania. 31a_-_t; -io.. West Virginia, ASIC do. Ohio. :?*.',r. u;GS (i>r doi?*n).-Wf*iteni Maryland and IV-nnterlTasia. nearby. 36c ; do., Uttrm Shore Maryland ?nd Virginia. 36c; do.. VVeatfTB Ohio? ?. ; do. West Virginia, 3fir; do.. So itherr ? North Carolina?. 35c. THE CURB MARKET. V* York, April 29.- Trail nig on the ?"?p?* wa?. nuirt, and price* maintained ?v firm tout. ?? a group the dealing?* in the it, l'_-*ii?? ?.?-ti' na were in fuir -.oluine and iJtei an early aliow of imguiarity, the prices of 'h- ? nnci- j pal is?"** l-rtf-ming firmer. rw-o-rt-n,??. the, earlier lo*-**-?. Mot-*V at?*i wt-re without j aprclll] intcitat aid f ? ir? a showed ?nail ? hangt* Furnished by W. B. H:bba and C??-?pa_?T. j ltd. AakM. Aetna ExpV*ai-ee . ?-?? ?*** j Air R**durtion . 6* 72 j American Writing Paper com. '-'? 5HJ Atlantic Pctroieum . -'* -^? Hanvtt oil . 4 ?> ;?? Big l.edse ....-,. 7 16 J* !? - rnam Mining . L" II _k*atoa and Montana . -I ? Boston and Wyoming . _1 Buttcrvairth Jud*-w_. . 34 '? Caled.??* Mining. 4? II C..l,i_*net and Jerome . 1 1 16 1 '-M '?? .ni* CopiHT .111-16 l:a t'arbon Steel . 101 109 Car Lds't and Power . 21?. i ?'_ t'harcoal Inn . ~\ ??* rheTTOte*. . 117 122 t'Uier. Sertice . -"?'- J?* ritiea SfTTiie pfd. 7* 76 t'ouK>li<lated Ariaogw. .1 G> t. S rVTWolidatrd Copp.T. ?V* V. f'oaden t'orapany . ?*"% ??* <V-den pfd. 34 ?*** ' 'r.impa . 77 ?2 t'revwm ?'.old . 4?_ 44 *V>atai f'oii-er . *??*? 4 ?'???'.??? Aero . 94 G0-. THxis Daly . 5?* a'? Iivflbeich Silrer . G* 2?? Elk Basin . 6?, ?*-. Krueifoti Phono . 24 :i Federal till . t% '-?* Kirat National CorP" . 14 24 (ilen Rock . ^ V% -?oldtleld Consolidated . S-M 4 t;raaa t'-reek . M Giren MrnnVr . S 1 1-?? (?u_nUramo .Sugar . M 67 Ho,ly Sugar . ?. 40 Holly Siicgr p(d. 98 i*7 Hijuaton Oil . 4*1 44 Howe Sound . 4 44 Hull CVpper . .*?, 49 Independence I.rad. 4 ?> InLrrnatiori-l Petroleum . 13 .? ? ?leronw. Verde . ? -?? .lim Butler . ? ?? Key ton?? Tire . ?7?'. ??4 Jumbo Extension . 12 14 Lake Ton-cdo . ? '4 Marlin . 77 ? ???? Valley . ?*_ ? Maxim Munitions . Tifi 4 Merritt Oil . lo-, 19 Metropobtan l'etm.eum . 11-16 ?^?? Midwiot Oil cm. 92 9.? Midwest Oil pfd. 1 1 1 -16 Midwest Refining . ??G.<_ ??4 Miuhui moton . is to Mrtheriode . 6*> 'A Nipi'oung Min.'-. f*nmpan*r . 8*?* *?** North American P. and ?. 21? / 24 N'?rtbwe!ttnn OU . 58 ?O *?liio Copper . 13 le IS-HS Oklahoma P. and ?. Company .... tA '-l? Pacific <?'? . **3 l? Peri-tese Motor? .?. 13 :4 Ray Herc?lea . 4 44 Red Warrior .'.. 4 *? St. Joeerh I-rid . 13 1? S. S. Krntge onrn. SO W A. 8. Kreage pfd. 1? 1?5 H-pulp* r mi.4. f, ?1* Scpii.veh Oil . 4 13-K Sinclair fiutf . 16 la Standard Motora . 11*. IB* Siilmiatiur? <\?n-oration . 1"? 134 Si.cce**a Mining . 11 12 T?*.'.pali l_-tte?aiOD . 15-16 17-16 TrUngle Pi In. . 11-16 ;> Tii Bullion . \ % G. 8. Light and Heat ctan. l ?, 1% 1'. S. Tight and Heat pfd. 3 "4 Vnitad alotor? . a*. 244 United Profit Hharing . -% % If. 8. Me__n*h.p . ?rik r'4 United Verde . 35 36 tfnited Wartera Oil ....A. U 5-16 Pnited Zinc . Hi 1',. I'tah Petmleum . S 15 Vlrturia Oil . 4 44 Wavlard <?il . 2?? G^ Wnght Martin Aero . _??_ **. BALTIMORE GRAIN. Bali.murr, April _.--Wheat-Kim. nn cha-t-d. ?a inrtiaj. It.?-: Ht !nd ?In Ur. ?_?_; rewiptt, IA buabe-; tklptaei.ts, 90S Oora-?????. aa to rrad. ?ad ?lor. ?.? to 11. 7S. RMtipU. 19.711; ahipBHDtl, 2,354. 0?_-?l'Da-ltl~l : UraeT. Ne. -J ?hit??, M t?, ?l1?: mMrtpta, t?.;_ hailiel?: ihipmrDU. I_.3T>. *!??-giikl. No. 2 WraUrn ni-ct ????, ?_?; r? ici.-. l.SI I; alut-ienta. Boo.. Ha.? -Kim? ?at haitar ?rad<~; No. 1 timottv. P?r ?oa, ?*.*: K?, 1 c-ntv, ? to ? COTTON AT NEW LAW AT KMET ?L?SE Sharp Rally Followed by Break Features Dull Market. n ?? nit ? ? \n\\ \, III New Tork, April ?.i*.?So much attention was paid to Per*1ilnff*l soldiers in Wall ?atre**t today, that the market being professional, little waa done In tradirne. Tho ???-? im portant thin? was a sharp rally of more than $5 a bale In cotton fol lowed by a break of from $7 tc $7.76 a bale. Ulli brings cotton to new low levels and makes the technical condition still weaker. ? merfcan Telephone made a new low record after brea king two point.*, and Corn Product? a new high record with an advance of 1 3-*. Other stocks did nothing of importance. St renct h of Corn Products wai due to more of the ?ante buying that has distinguished the stocks for several months. Its ftrst quarter showed earnings at an annual rate of about $22 a share, hut with the hearty co-operation of the govern ment th** company hopes to improve even that. Telephone was weak because of new financing recently announced. There is also a feeling that the government may have more and more to say regarding the busi ness. The company is also having trouble getting trained employes at ordinary wages, and thus its effi ciency is impaired. Tnited States Steel was firm with in narrow limits ?>n expectation of the usual ext ia dividend ?if 3 per cent on the common stock toda v. There is no direct promise of this, but recent optimistic statements by directors justify Wall Street in the b?lier that this payment will be made. COTTON MARKETS. New Y.Mk. April ?.-Heary tmlnsd'n-f ? e.iily buyer?, in ? lient ci by rei-orti- t.i?t -'.1?* treen" N-nt liol.linci ?m l-rinir thn-*rn ?????i in the Ka-Moi-Q belt, fiwcryl ?anther bij dap in the rotten market today. The hn-ek ?as ? ro**<-*?rl*M rw eon*id*Bmbl?i ?tf-cngtli. whii-h r-aihi't it? ma-timum ?bun.a ? he late r-^n hour, w lini ari ite p"fil i' h lUinwrfi a i-**t pain r?f ICS lo V9 i-oint* on ir*-? Omftaf. The -?lini? (.?,-n?ng- niiR ?a*? potata l'-wer t?-? three pointa tiigb. r. U-Kf-? 1?*>??1 laur Mritehed io tli*?* t-uyinir ?ide ?.ml the ton?* hei-am?* r-trein??. Kar] ? this jf tern* ?fin. the I pitehasinjr m ?.etr., nt t..,-eml ?*/f ?M piiees ? ????t???*! mere rai'idhr than tbev had risen. | Prk-f? ?.re earned dewn li? points within a fetT ir.iiiiiti.ii. and from HI t<- 1j5 j-ointt ?-!??t th- h.nh lrre| of ili* uS?iHl Spot hmiv? l?f-i*anie t.iiv*-???, l-l'w ?_?) rt-rt?? fer October, pro? meting a WCOfcry ef ibout U cent Inte. The cl -se was steady at s net d?? line < 16a_4 potata Rcceipti at th* porta for the day wrrs f,Tl4 Iwle*?. Kiports _1.5?*? hair*. Knot at New (Means ?*aj? quirt at a die-line of ? cant at arc: ules ?"?a huir-, y,?** hire was quiet at a de? I:.?? .tf is prints at jG.75?*, ; no r<al<*i. RioTi'ts at New Orleans I JIT; F ?-annali 4.7T; St. Louis * ? t. JTomisbed r* W.-'ingl.-n Herald l> N. L. Carpenter A Co. Vw York: open. Hi?h I_ow. Close. January . _4._l 25.15 23.7? 2694 May . ???. _6.45 V,.n* 3.? July . :i?> 34..11 _t.ao ?4.9_ ??ctobrr ....0. -4.4? _5.?? _? ?? ??] iJecemher . L"4.?* S.? r.*0 24.04 New Orleans: Jaiiu.-ry . 5_ "7 .?*___ __ an _?*.? Msv . .4 7? __,?! :, M 24.64 Julv . 24.33 AU .1(1 J3.7J <Vcf??her . rtr^J 24.<_ 2?.74 _5.4? Ireieniher . 23.?? 2135 _2.40 22.? WASHINGTON PRODUCE. TT-e ?ho?c??a?e market report yeelerday ranged ai-ut as follows: 1>?,;.*>-Htrictly frash, 37; arerage receipt?, 37; .**oiithem, 36 CHa-isHfc-N*? York st_te faeton-, new. 2Ta'_?. BPTTKR-KlgLa print, 474, Elgin tub, 404 ?*p???***?. 42a43. UV K pnPLTRY Roosters, ree lb. _2; tur key?, Twr lb.. 31; rhu-ketia, ?inter. t-Oa45 lh.; '-hickert**, spring, 46.''* per lh; nena, per lh., 32; fc**atji. roitnp, eat'i. ?6. DRK8?KO POLL TRY- Fres*, killed aprine (hickciis, "F.. MaC; twtwfa, lh., ;_a3&; rooster?, lb. 25; eroe, ih.. '.;.__.,, ducks, .T* 0. t.RRSN FltT'lT* A;pI'?. irr bbl.. 2.flp-.7i?. box, ]__*_;.SO; Florida oran???. 7.fl0ai.'s-*; unions. 1.00*5.5?: gradefruit, crate, 3.50a*?. 00; ?traw Nnie?.. bear, .5h25. VaViETA ,!._>-pVa-neu. No. ?. ? rthem. TW Iba., 1.'?.; McComui'ks,? 2.0a2.50 per standar 1 111 ; sweet potatoes. t.oOa.7 SO ?I.1.: No. ?. 3-?-,?.??, bl4.; string N'ai.?, ?t basket. ?00? 3.60: pepp?*T-. crate. S.6tt_4.4N: okra, ??rate. ?.*? a."?.9?: radinhes. per i?V 3.V>?30": curnmbei?, basket, 2_ua3.:<0: (??? laut. 3.00.11 jf? nate: ?ab bag?, new. .wimhern, per hamper, l.'Oal ?; prr cut, 1 (*0h2.'0 ha**fcet ; cilery, LOaal.-S do/.. Fluida celery, crate. 3.4J0a4,*). r?ansine letti:?-**", .sfal.OO; is-iua.?*!!. _.00a3.r-0 crate: spring ?wuoa*?, l.5An&4"| per 100 bun? h*?*-: orrions, ?? r sack. 1.09 a?O?: onions, Texas, crate, 19Ba2.69; apma' h. _.t)tai.00 per Md.; Vale. 1.60*1.?; t(?nut->ft?. PI'Tida, crate. 3 jOa-S.25; peaa, 2.? fa MB pet be*. ket: rhubarb. 2-5fta3.flP? per ?*>. UVE STOCK Sheep, per Ih. 7a?: la-r.hs. sprinr. ___l_3; caires: per Ib.. 174 medium, per 11?., lfia'7; coroinon. r*"r Ib., I29I3. SEEOS-Hcd clrwer, .?.1?**.': ? ?> por bush 1 ; a?-.iWe clo?cr. 17.Mal?* ?0 i<er bushel; criroson (Mur, *2..*0ai:.n0 per bnahrl; t.tnotfay, 4.Sai.50 per burini: rod top. 14.00al5.O0 per IM lhe. ; bbircrass. 3.0fta3.50. G RAIN-Wheat, Tnillirg. per b*i**e?, 2.;0a2_0; o-m. per biiwirl. l.TBal.tD; "at-, white. 1.00a].?!: mixed oat?, 97a98; hay. No. 1, 3O0Oa31.Oft; No. 2, 2v_is*29.50. NEW YORK PRODUCL Vow York. April 29 Batter fttiaaitr* r?***eipts? ?.679 tu.??; creamery, higher than eitras, 4?*?a 46; cre.imery extras <i*2 ?a_r***e?. 44-*?at5: first*. 12a414; tacking stock, current make. No. ?, K?Tg??? Steady ; receipt?. G?.??? caees; fresh Cat!i ered extras, -SaSft1-. : f**es*\ gathered storage packad flr-M?*. ^4a-T?.; de?., regular packed cTirm flrsts. .**61ra^; do., fin-ts, M4e3?; ?ate. Pennss'lr.inia and near!?*?" we?trm hennery ?hites, fine to faner, 41a42. state, PcrTv^hanis and nearby hennery browns. 3fU3l5: do., gathered iTowna and mixrd clora, 3."sX. EVERETT TRUE BY CONDO Mr FRIEND, I AM ON TWE Liberty loan eont/Mirrre ? have you ; bought any op THE PRCSt-HT ISSUE?? WMErHER 1 MAs/e Oft NOT ?S MY ?? OWN PRIVATE ?-Jaffair, sir. ? AITI M 0 R E UVE STOOL ?talti????-. Mat. Afra tr-rkMM ?unni?, In. tb? wwk aavrJad aaoa Mar ? ?trabiat Vm kaad laat waaki load? tm narkat lar ta? area*. M oar IoaeU (or ?urta* tod??. aLaraat ?our. arai aironi nan ?o Varilla. ?Weh war. latrar. ?Mera, aahotca. ?ltaaat-?: ?rjod botcher. (tMialM?. medium. fU.??allS?: i?i, 111 ?It?; br?i tra, ?hoto?. tUSaU.?: fair to ?tood, ttt.M* II?*; common to medium. H.raat.Ti. Otara, i'bolce. tU.MallN; fair to ?aio?. IM Bal?.au, umUDon to -^????. ?I.TSa?.}?. HbMp and ?ambe-Racei pie for th? Barak andari noon toda? waa. 1.114 bead acamar Mil bead laat week, light auppty; ?market ateedr. Wool ahem ?asealMO; wool lami.. H7.?0aBS. Hr?B>-Heer*Psa for tb. .re? ended at nor? toda? war. ?.IN bead afainat 13.W2 band laat treck. Fair ?apply; aaarket loarar, Ij?hr w.w enie. Hi."?; hease, ?Haaill?. Pia?, MC*? liti: medium. U.*.; rough?, ttlfbaVTi. r?is?e?-lvreeipta for th. wwk ended at noon lodar were ?? bead again* ?? bawd laat are??.. Good aupraii mark* losrer. <'airea. PWJa.H.0?. WuhmftM Stock Eica.n.e And. flaw? the I j u lami < ?I?. local pobbc otlU na? ?rara th? ool? etnea? or tend? aerile on th. local e-chante ?eatae-dar, with railwara leadbag. Oe??tal Traotvai la drarajasd dorr? to Ml ?nd Waahutgtoa Railwa? and Bectnc la bmoetit 4?. while ? email lot of Kailava? aa.fraied brought ?7. Waahincton Gai ia ?old at ??. While 111 an? aakr.1 for Margret?*l?r IK ?a. th? ool? bid mad?, and Laaelon aold ab.il and 60. th. latter th. low rrle. for U? rear. Tb? annual merlin? of th? Laaeton Uoaotrn? O? paar will ba held at aoon today at Alexandria IHM Waabington ?.aa 5?. ?1? at ?n>. Waabington Railwa; and Easetnc t?.. ?.Mi at ?. Waabingtoa Rail.ar and Electric pfd , ? at ?T. Comeirrcial Bank Risita ? at t\, 1 at ?%. lamet?n, S at ?I, ? at ?. After call: Capital Traction la. *"M at ?m. OOVEBNalSNT BONDS. Bid Aakad. G. ? rrtirterM fa. r . M% V. 8. coupon at. T.\ . G. 8. rrcurtarrd 3*. Ms? M% 1". si r?iri?trrsi 4?. IMS 105S I*, o. coupon ia. INS . liberty Loan I?..M ?ON . IJbertT Loan *!4?.?*??> ...?, L?beit? Loan con?. 4a.HbA . ?AS BONDS. VTaahington Oaa ia. w, M RAIIVSOAD BONDS. Washington K?v. and Elee. 1a.... Cs* T? Washing..*! R.y. ?nd Klee. 4a... KT ? . Ml?' ELLA ? UH - BONDS. P.-tomac Electric con?. Sa. MM _ Potomac Klectrlej L?rht Se. ? ?', r.noniac Electric Power ?e. ??*. !?* l*heaapeakr and Potomac Tel. i... M 10* American T. and T. 4a.. ?IS ?X American T. and T. 4Hr. H 31 American T. and T. cr>l. tat 5a.... I?*? ?*l American l?rapnophone let 4*. M D. O. Paper MI?, ?a. N* ???hi-iton -Market le. UC. ? . Waabington Market ia. 1*4T. S W. M. Cold Stara?- Se. M . ... ?security Store?, ?r-1 S. I> S,. IN Norfolk and Wash. Srramloat i? . IN . Risa. Heeltr '. llong. ?? Kiara Realtr Sa (aborti. U* G. S. Brait? S?. in . PUBLIO CTIUTT STOCKS. Cantal Trartion . M?. ?J?. w??hin?ton Kr. and Qectnc oorc. ar? Washington Rwr. and Elee. pfd.. ?R1? To Norfolk and VCaah. blramhnal. 1? * W'a?iiingt.ai Haa .M *5i . Amarican Tel and Teiga. *T . TYPE MACHINE STOCKK. Mrawenthale. . 1.0 IH lineino . M Ti NATIONAL BANK STOCKS. American -.?... IN Commercial .?.. 17? 1*0 Commercial Bank Right?.. a > Dirtrict . 1? . .. Farrcrre and Mediani.?' . Sal -IS Federal . !?. . Lincoln .?? IN . Nariofial Merropolitan . NO . Ruare .a.. ??? Scsmd .??? IN . Natiunal Bank of Washington?. . 3* TRIST COMPANT 8TOCK?. American Securiie end Truat. *5* . National Saring? and Tr.?.?*?**" . l'nion TruN . 1!? 1*3** W"?shineron l/?s and Trwat.??? JS? Continental Truat . 11? BAVINGS BANK STOCKS'. Home . 4M . Hank of r'.asincrce and s-ain:ga ... 12 . East Washington . 11 . Secur.ty rsatinga aud Commercial.. 1rs . EIRE INsrilANCE STtK'KS Arlington . ? ? ?".?rcoran . *? ? ?-? (?erman Arren in . NO . National Cnion . ?1. . TITLE INSIRANCE STOCK?. Columnia . 4 * Krai Eitata . ? MI8CELI.I.NEOCS STOCKS'. Chap?n Sack? . .. l*i Mrrchanls' Transfer and Storage.. ???? 11? ^eciritr Storace . 1st. . G. ?. Reallr Comi.nr ??. l-:? . Waahington Market ._. MS . ?La bindend. CHICAGO GRAIN. ?? jdftCTH G. rRITOHARI> ????G??1?. Arni 31.-There in orly S.Wl.tW bOmM? *>f wheat m the "ihow wnviow* ' o\ th? I'nited Hut**? ind Otndft. The mpplit iti Non h Amerir? << ni im ie to fall off, th? I'mu-i HUt?? lotuiic -t^OOS bu?hels last m? and tti? dtvrrs** in Canada Ml.000 but??-??!? Tlirse l'e-tea fnrae the Tiahlr Mipply in thti I'nited .**>tatet t-*? ?,??G.??? buFbtrK There vu litt 1?? ttir ne *><nu->.'hT het-ew tli? corn and n*te market r*n the B^ard o Trade today. July enrn ?as la.S rent hishci iwi ?hnrt co-erinir rounled with an in-*-?un*t?1 -'? m-irn.. while <t?t> ?ere la?1? cent?*. Irt?cr t'ajih t?tg wrre unchanged to 1 cent low? and raah t-^rn imrhaneed U* W cent? V-wer. The markt-4 for port lwt*e $1. whicfc i> ?hi limit allowed nnd-r the mira for on* dar Lard and nh? were al?**? w#>?k and lo-rer. F-binaiahed by W, B. Hilt*>- and ?'-ompanr. CORS: Open. Hi(th. Luw. Cloae May . 1?P% 1.2TS ir?* \.*S Jnlr . 150 1.51 1? l.-l--. OATS: M?y .? ? .^4 .r%s Jill-? . .Tr-, .:i .???* .^| I'tHtK: Mat . ?.Ml *K?.?i -6.? *??*' J;t|T . t.'. ?tW t?.V? *.'* LAkD: Mav . ?:o %%.ti xe .*?-* Jnlv . 3ft) ?.15 24K ?.-? RIBS: Mav . ?.? r.c a? r-* July . 2?.S0 -S??? -?? -12 NEW YORK MONEY. Sew Tork, Aplfl 9-Mam o*n cmll orrned at 1 ?*t ctnt. hi=h 4 n*r eeet. low GH .?-* ?ni, dut 4 tir ont. ??-, of the da>? loaui -?ire oiadf at 4 i?er cent. Th?* time mrnnry -t,???..< wa? eerr d?.U ?*! tm chaiii?? in rates. Tlie tT?n*acti<ir.n fwu? af-tM m imne huanea? on inihi?tnal ccllatera: at ? irr oent for 10 and 90 'la- -v. Morantile pap?" ??>? <*"?? ?*? ?M ?f,<J eratcly at ? per cent for the bi*et iiam*?. British Food Chief May Diet to Spareness, But Hoover Holds His Own Ixird Hhondda. thr> Briti.h ?"oor; ? "ontrollrrr, nuiy be ?tarvlni- hiinn.il to d.ath on hi? extrem? ?v?r diet, bui pot so with Herbert <". Hoover, th? United State? Food Administrator. ?When Mr. Hoover left last evening for New York he wa? ?milinc ?nd ai rotund a? when he lirst took the intri cate taak of tryinu to keep the couiitr> well fed nnd economically fed. H* ?ce? no reason yet for imfeosins: ?ucl ivitiiciiorm as C?reat Britain ha?. Koi Instance, the British civilian? now an on compulsory rations of 8 ounces o sugar a week, 4 ounce? of butter 01 margarine. 11-4 pound of meat ?n< voluntary ration? of 8 pounda of brear for hard working men and 2 2-1 pounrii for Inactive women, 12 ounce* of ce reals, and lo ounce? of fats. Lord Rhondda ?aid he could live ?? much more restricted food and lm ?.osed upon himself the duty of fur ther limitations. This policy has madi him quite Ihm. whereas he previousl: waa heavily built. He btCHW ill iron ALEXANDRIA C. OF C. DECIDES ON OFFICES New Organization Will Have Loca tion in Wagar Apartment. THI HCB-LD ?G?__G. R. K. Kaaajrt a Baa, ?14a* Kant St-rt Alexandrie. Va.. April ?I.?The new chamber of commerce will have Ha future office? on the sround floor of the Wafer Apartment, which 1? now used as executive offices hy the Virginia Shipbuilding Corpora tion. At a irte.tins of the directora of the chamber of commerce held thi? afternoon It . wa? decided to lea?? the?? office*. The new office? are regarded ?? Ideal for the orean ?rat ion It 1? proposed by the chamber of com merce to have them -tted up as soon aa they move In and the of fice on th? north ?Id? will be uaed as a reception and club room. The big hall room will be uaed for meet ing? of the chamber of commence. There ar? leverai other office? which will b? uaed by th? official? of the organisation and aleo for committee meetings. A kitchen and dining-room al?o are attached, and It la proposed to ?erve a bu?iae?s men'? luncheon every day for the benefit of Ita membera The Virginia Shipbuilding Cor poration expect? to vacate the pre?? ent office? within the next few day?, having already transferred most of it? effects to its new office building at it? plant on th? river front. A mealing of the Republican Con gressional Commute? of the Eighth ?*ongresslonsl District, was held [ this afternoon at the Hotel Belvolr, and waa presided over by John W. Oregg, of Loudon County. John IV C?rayson, of Fauquler County, wa? elected district chairman in place of H. P. Dodge, deceased. It ava? -decided to hold a district convention at the Hotel Belvolr, August 21 to nominata a candidate ! for Congres? from this distsict. Alexandria city snd county todsy hits gone "over the top" in the sale of liberty bonds. The two rom* j lined have sold t*>18.000. which Is I?.S0O over the sllotment. Efforts are now beine; made to have the total for the two reach 1100.00? over the allotment. The allotment 'or the city was !:!>?.000, and there were 1.500 subscribers. An unusually large audience to ni&rht sttended the Quantico Band', Concert and "community ?inc." at i Norton Memorisi Hall, of St. Paul's P. E Church. The singing; waa led by Gordon Reese, a T. II. C A. worker, from th? camp at Quantico. There were thirty-two Instrument? ? the band. ? large number of persons tonight attended the silver tea given In the Lyceum Hall, by the ladle? of St. Mary's Ssnctusry Society. Durine :he evening a musical progrsm was ci-en by local and Washington talent Funeral service? for Mr?. Rebecc? Moore were held thi? afternoon at ? >? residence of her eon. Dr. 8. B. Moore. SII Prince atreet. They were conducted by Rev. E V. Rowe. ? Baptist minister, of Baltimore, liurial was made in Fairfax County. Capt. Conrad Johnson, now sts iioned at Camp McCellan, Anniston. Ala., has been a.signed to take ??arce of the fourth officers' train ine camp at that place. New York Jews to Job In Palestine Restoration New York. Apri! 2?.? Thousand? of j'Wg of New York will partit ? pat?* in a convention in the auditorium of i Washington lrvinir High School he Iptrininir Sunday morning. May S* It will be under the auspice* of the Conference of Jewish O rea ni za tinns of New* York, recently formed, ? to co-operate with the Zionist or | L ?nixatiori in the work of Jewish I :? "toration in Palestine. COL. C. W. OWENS AIDS DISTRICT GUAI Offen Support ia Reorganizal?M to Brig. Gen. Sun*. Si Col. Clarence W. Owen?, ef Southern Comtnerctel fonare??, tendered Brig. (Jen Richard D. ? ?ommandlng the Dlatrict Guard, hla active ,u??r?on in up the reorganised District through the Southern Com? Congreae. Col. Owen? will not enti? ' give hi? support, but will devota ?? f personsl ?ITort In the Guard la-elf The pending leglal?tlon, which la **>? reiving favorable consideration s* _?? Senate and the House, provides *?? duty In the Dtatrlct. Virginia, ?Baal Maryland. The military training will be ??*?? cially beneficial to those of or .aatot draft age. Enllaunent in th? I ?let rid Guard will In no way reheve taaaaa* subject to draft from thst serviee. U. of P. Alumni Caled ?? Cotiegt Hem's (Uly I nnei.it? of Pennsylvania Chat member? are especially urged te al* tend the college men'? Alumni rally which la to be held tonight at Ok? New Willard, and also to r?e/_?? earlier from the T. M C. A . meetini at 7 o'clock. Alumnu. J. Ils*-* Sraylbe, jr. Is lem poi sry ? li? li a**? of th? liberty loan rally and ct-mr leader for both the parade and tea malting. Vice-President Mat-hall. Raar-Ar? mirai Mc<?ow?n and Major Rostan-, of the French High < ommlteioa. are to be ?mone ?he ene???rs. Je McCoy, a Harvard graduate, a* preside. PU_t Rait by A. T. Stewart I Catskill. X. T.. April a.-Tbe Mill plant waa destroyed by aa cendiary Are. The plant wa. hy tbe late A ? Stewart, of New York, tbe wealthy dry good? ?Ber? chant. If *0*?**-H f^Da-a*/ ?? ? m *a M ? ?a.llail.a Til Fifleeatk ???. ?. *? Telephon?-*':-! Mai? G???? ? ? ?si The Safer? In* am tb?_M tu?t io doc t?octvmtt cmrsmt ?m> tUrblOf ???.-.????? Ot ?t?? *_H*-BO ot ????? tart?*??? *'ii_- OiO of tr*_K ?%m tSsmt rrxr-tof*-** >, ?rei a*-cijrer* oa raal ?"-*?'?** ?rtij-pr*? taiaatSMUto. aad do eot lupaal ?? *tM Cr__jj*r*?avi rt-aapcBwtality **f iutlrMnli ?t c**T-?-*mtio? foi Xbeu .?afc..it?. W? ?M ?T-JDDa-r mia? II, ? ?Tr a-Hiti ta amoavta trtm V-t \pS?ATo-aa for bwwlet, "C J Idsaaa aad ItnwtaatnU ' SwartieH, Rheem ft Heine?* Ce., 727 fiftee* Strert Nartk?-e?L SAME RATE OF INTEREST PAID On Both Large aad Small Accounti DKPO?ITa? OF EVERY ?.IM*? I*, mil Do You Fully Realize How Vital It Is >rffr4 OLDEST SAVINGS DEPOSITORY IN WASHINGTON ?to your o*?vn and Your Country's future that you BANK AS MANY DOL LARS as possible these days? ?To be in position to help yourself, and your govern ment, when it make? Liberty Loan appealt, yo?'ve gat to Sire regvlarfy, ??j bank your money where it will be readily available as well as absolutely safe. ?Twelve millions in resource* and the experience of over half a century will protect the savings you intrust to this bank's care. Make your first deposit This Pay Day; al most any sum is acceptable. Only Five More Days ia which to Subscribe to the THIRD LIBERTY LOAN. We'll kelp yoa. OFFICERS: ?William I?. Hoover. Fr.alrl.nt. Woodhiirv B1?lr...Ftr?t Vice Prea. Oh??. C. l.?mrx>rn.?-"^'SSOl' Krank W. Slon..r-econd Vlce> Pr??. E. P?r.-lv?l W*l?-?n....A??i. ?lMam. Krank SL-taon.Truat Officer. Charle* E. r.>m?n.?.rrwary. W'orxlburj Blair .lame? A. Buchanan William ?. ?. Church Walter C. Clepfcane ?ilium V. Coa William E. Ldtoonauai DIRECTORS: ?irxiTf* Hoairtl Wjflia? D. ?oonrr R*-C*n-l?i 8. Bmd-ukoiwf Thoma* R. Jod*? Victor Ki'.fTmane KOKIU'1 M.sJrOWl SaaaBlfcr-l MC?li?W? Wil.uun F -^vuc-taa?! Krank W Stoat V ? 111?? B. Waft? Hmn h. W ilWrd ???0?AL SAVINGS & TRUST CO. SU Capital and Surplus, $2,000,000 SU Year. Cor. 15th and New York Ave. Year.