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THE WASHINGTON HERALD
* PuNirtvjd every day 1b the year by The Wuh
lngtor Herald Company at CMS Element!* etreet. .
Washington, D. C.
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THAT ARE SUPERIOR - I
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61 i F St. N. W, Franklin 27571
REAL ESTATE.
REAL ESTATE.
"QUICK POSSESSION" HOUSES
See Peterson, 734 Fifteenth N., W.
FACING ON FINE PARK?Six-room brick: h. w. hgrat* with Sas
log:: sleeping porch; hardwood floors and trii"; room forgaragre on paved
alley; colonial porch; numerous closets; house well screened; gas, electric
ity. Move in as soon as title passes. $6,300.
JUST OFF N. CAPITOL ST.?Very ,fline location; six-room brick; bath,
furnace heat, colonial porch, parquet floors, garage. Possession Oct. 1st.
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,and on reasonable terms. Reasonably quick possession.
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mediate possession, and only $4,000.
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION, Good N. E. location?Six rooms, bath, cel
lar. furnace heat, $5,500.
Buy homes that are really for sale. Rig difference In houses for sale
and "I might sell." The houses we are offering are FOR SALE.
E. M. PETERSON, 734 Fifteenth N. W.
FOR SALE?HOUSES.
IF YOU HAVE TO MOVE^ '
OUR OFFER OF
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IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
Six room house oo Quincy placw na Hot
water heat, gas, hrick, three rooms deep.
One and oo^-half blocks fwm North Capftol
srreet car line and one-half Mock from Bck
1 net on car line. A street of beautiful homes.
#
$5,500
y.OCO OR MORE CASH.
Every day you will And Meted in this ad
v??rtlsement a genuine bargain a house we
have thoroughly inspected?with an hooest
straightforwax>1 description of the jiroperty
Please call upon us for permission to In
spect.
'^pecislixing in Satisfying "
GOLDEN' RULE
REAL# EOT ATE AND INVESTMENTS.
~X FIFTEENTH ST NW.
Phone Main 3558.
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CLAIRVOYANTS.
Licensed bv t':?> Dutrlet of ? oiumi
WHAT SHOULD I DO?
JTow often i-. Ufe we come to
? - a at and till, r?rpiexed and in
Cx r^< doubt concerning which step
i tvCV to 'or tbe It Is Just.
\ lyy tills step on the ladder of life
that the mistaken are made, so
? don't decide your future on
mere r;w? work. Be advised bv ore who
can properly advise yon. Advice on
health, lore, marriage, business, inven
tions. speculstions and all affairs of life.
Satisfaction guaranteed or n^? charge#:
Hour*. 9 a. m. to 8 p m. Studio MO
9th st. nw.
MADAM RUTH
Palmist Phrenologist Clairvovar.t
se547t
MADAME ALLEN
WORLD'S GREATEST PALMIST AND
?"LA IRVOY A NT
Guarantee* 'o r??ad your entire life, past, prce
' ent ard future; true advice on bnainess.
{ love, and health, and family affairs; tells the
; name of your future hitolwnd or wif*. and what
I to do to b?? a *?uccesi> in life, tells you what
| business is mont lucky for you and what part of
.the world will he* nvre j*:cceesfnl for you. ad
r- how to gain and hold a good position; she
tells If the one you *ove Is tfne or fal*?. and
cauaw apeedv marriage wi'h the one of your
choice, brln?* the separated tether; makes
^app'ness between man and wife; she t*lls you
the secrets of heii g happy and su^esefal in any
thing you take in hand; h?-r advice will revnm.
all obstacles and evil influence. ? >ne visit t?.
Madam Allen will repay vou for disapr?intmt: ts
I in all others; satisfaction guaranteed rr ? o|
charge.
Special Readings. $1 00
MADAM D'ASHMAN
Uypsy Clairvoyant
And card reader; advice given oq bnatnesa
marriage ai.d .-.lvurce, taia ?c*uan has r?t)
for xnar.y peopte in mar.j countries. Her
predictions axe reLafcle 1301 O at., corna*
ULh. atll-ttt
MADAME PARKER.
GIFTED < LAIRVOYANT AND MEDIUM
1: you are going to sctk advice or help, why
not consult one who is well known, one who ls
here permanently? She can tell you if the one
; you Ijto u* true or false and tell you how to
win ar.d hold the on?? <A y<wir choice; teLs you
? what business and what part of the world is
r;:<?t lucky for ymi and advises you how to gam
| and hold a good poaiti'>n; she bnn? the eep
i arated together; makes happiness between man
I and wife. Can tell you ?f anybody has put lad
j luck or evil influence on vou and she can tell
| you how to tak;; it off. Can tell you the cat we
| of your troubles and how to avoid them. Can
l advise you in divorce cases; when to speculate
: and where to locate. This lady does not tell
' to please you. but gives only truthful advice you
| can depend on. Do not become discouraged H
' you have se*ri others and they have failed to
' help you. MADAM PARKER will show you a
, wav. Satisfaction or no charges.
READINGS. $1.00
IS! E st. nw.. between 12th and 13th sts. Upstairs.
MADAME VICTORIA,
The gifted petals'. snd clairvoyant. Can ad
vise business, farfiily affairs. love and marriagea
i Can tell you the nw of future hnsbsnd or
wife. Can tell you the secret of beir.g snceess
I ful; how to avoid trouble and Low to a?cid evil
ir.lluence Satisfaction 'uaracteed or no charge.
; Entrance 523 7th st au&76t
MRS. BOSWELU
PALMIST AND CLAIRVOYANT.
Gi*es advice on business niatters, love, health
and family affairs; tells if the one you love is
true or false, what part of the country is luck
iest to you. what to do to he Successful in life.
Gives you dates and facts, tells you what has
passed in life, and what is happening, without
asking a single question. Rh?? does not tell to
please, but reads just as the hands indicate;
te'ls you the planets you were w>rn under, the
lucky and unlucky planets; when and whom you
will marry; settle* and explains love, family
trouble, marriage, divorce, health, lawsuits, spec
ulations. investments, traductions of all kinds.
In fact, no matter what jonr hope, fear or ambi
tion. come to this noted piimist and find help.
Ther?-is no use for anyone to be unsuccessful or
unhappy. No matter, what the cause. h?r advice
removes all trouble Fhe guarantees satisfaction.
Readings. $1.00. 710 7th st.' nw., i>-tweeo G and
H^sta ?*-7t
MME. JEANET1
FALMI?T. CLAIRVOYANT
Guarantees to lead your entire life, past, pre*
ent and future. She ulu no questions, but be
fore you utter s word she tells what you called
for. narrqp uf friends, enemies; rells how t^,
cair. success in t^iaii.esa, h-.aiiii, coortabip, mar
riage, diTcrce tells nou what part of the world
will he a?c?esssdl for you; advisee how to gain
and hold a good position; she tells if the one
you love is true or false. Are you in troubief
Do you find tfie one you have bestowed you>
trust snd affection ttpon rating cool acd in
different toward you? She will remove ail ob*
itacles and tell you how to win and hold the
ons yon deeire. She reunites the separated, 1>
eates absent friends or relatives. Readings. fl.COl
? SEV ENTIT 5TRE?T NORTHWEST.
Private Parlors. Oppi Saks A Ox
ie3>tf
MADAM STANLEY. ROYAL GYPSY
Palirftst. reads your hand like an
op*?n book; satisfaction pruaranteed.
Give her a call at 740 9th st. nw.,
formerly at 1311 H st. ne. au 23-35t
SPIRITUALIST.
Washington's Favorite Adviser
PROF. MARCLIS LA MAR
Most remarkable reader of human destiny of
the present age tells your name in full, also fTOJ
names of hssband, wife or sweetheart; reveals
your innermost secrets, helps you' to gain
your every desire; brings about marriage with the
one you love, and gives never failing help anH
?dvice on business, law suits or any affair of life.
Call today; be will bur prise >ou. ??
1220 G St. N.W.
auJ^nt
PALMISTRY.
Licensed by the District of Columbia.
OLD AND KELIARLK
MADAME ZELLA
?the Gypay wonder, who hat traveled most ex
ten*?ely. reading and convincing beyond the
least doubt her ability to look accurately lDto
the farthest der-ths of a human hand and read
the moet delicate and shadowed signs of one's
life. A descendant of that famoua Gypsy queen,
Zclla, who. more than a cetitury ago, read the
h*Kds of the crowned bead* of Europe and more
than convinced and won tup praise of being (the
Gypsy Wonder) the most celebrated palmist.
Madam Zella has practiced reading the mys
teries of the hand 6ince a girl ef 15 years and
has been tanght and enlightened by the best and
most noted old and young of her Gypay race and
being a woman 66 years of age is without a
doubt a Gypsy wonder. Call and be-conviaced
Satisfaction guara^J^ed. MS 7th at., nw.
MARTHA SPENCER
ONB OP TUB WORLD'S MOST DIS
TINGUISHED PSYCHIC MEDI
UMS, PALMISTS AND LIFE
READERS.
TTiis lady's n-putatinn is world-wide
and her advice of the most redilblo kind.
without a question will tell the object
of your call, will advise you on a^l bui?i
nwg, changes, speculations, investment*,
divorce and how to become reunited to
husband, wife or friend. There ia no
heartache or sorrow so great Mme. Bptn
cer cannot help you with it, or help you
to decide between the right and wrong'
courses of action.
It will pay the skeptic or doubtful to
consult this gifted lady whose 18 years'
successful practice in Washington is a
sufficient guarantee of her efficiency and
ability.
Hours 10 A M. to 8 I*. M
Studio, 924 14lK st. nw.
ae7-7t
MADAM LENORE
Gifted clairvoyant and medium, can be roo
suited on all affairs of life. Where others fall,
she succeed* Her adrice is good, try her. No
gnt-SA wurk or questions asked: what the sees and
tells comes true. Satisfaction guaranteed. Of
fice TZ1 11th at. nw., two doors north of Palais
Royal store Hours, 11 a. m to g p n Jul-a*
?'alaustry i* a rerngnlaed science. and
RIZPAH ELDON.
U krown as one of its greatest exponents. Hun
dreds Tiait this remarkable woman daily; rem
pjfcte readings witli accurate dee< ri|<iors of what
jctir hand toretells only $1. Reception parlor ne.
corner oi 6th and G uw. Entrance ?'li st
Hours. 10 a. m to 3 p. m. * 'tQt Wi
~MADAM~EPPY"
EGYPTIAN PALMIST.
Reads your life from cradle to grave; her-pow
? ers are wonderful; indisputable advice; clear lrv
: formation concerning love, courtship, marriage
; and divorce; both rich and 5>oor find counsel
I equally beneficial and interesting, you are wiser
ai.d happier after consulting her; satisfaction
gua?.*antee<l. permanently located; hours, 9 a. na
U) K P- m.
n* PA. AVE. NW )e? 7+
PROF. BELMONT, ^
Noted clairvoyant and palmist. GiTes advice
1 on business matters, lore, health, and family, af
' fairs. THls name of your future husband or
wife, tells if one you love is true or false What
part of the country Is luckiest to you. What to
do to he successful io life. 1236 New York ave.
nw. Next door to Masonic Temple. R^ad
Irfrs. Out
PHRENOLOGIST.
?1
k J
R Phrei
m n
happ
MADAME VASTE.
Phrc-nologis* and Business Adviser
you would be successful and
Ijljljj happy, "Know yourself!" Through
the science t>f Phrenology you cat.
become acquainted with jour better
nature, you can know what you art
best fitted lor.
Standing far and above the ma
jority of Phrenologists fs Madame
Vsate. who, from hirth. has been
?ossessed of vrty unusual psycliic
power, and is. the possessor of many
HI a mystic ferret of the ancients.
? Her time?ly ad?ice has prevented
many fai.ures!
Satisfa'tion, or ro charge.
Honrs: 9 a. m. to 5 m.
825 14th st. nw
?Id
1
MME. SHERA,
1
' Phren-iogist and Business Adviser, gives truth
I ful advice on all affairs of life.
j She was born with strange and r?-markab'e po>w
; er?power not meant to gratify the idle cunoiis,
I but to direct, adnso and help men and. women
who are in trouble and doubt concerning which
'step to take in life to betttr themselves.
Before undertaking anything of any importance.
! consult one who can i?roperly advise you. Gof>d
; advice, in time, often saves much anxiety and
i trouble. Consult her today. Tomorrow may
j too ilate. Advice on Health, Love, Marriage.
1 Business and Mining Ventures. No one in trou
I ble ti^rifd away. Sets every one. 1113 14th st.
, nw. Wfire hours, 9 am. to 9 p. m
SCIENTIFIC ASTROLOGY.
LIGHT ON LIFE'S PROBLEMS
j Frank Theodore Allen, Director. Astrological
I Rr.Heerch Society. Life readings, by appointment,
j $2 Typewritten forecasts, 56 up. Vocational
j Guidance and Children's Ho*vwccpes a specialty.
1(T? B nw. Phonp Frankli\ <>322.
i Astrology Reveals Root Causes.
PERSONAkS.
| DO TOT7 IvOVB GOOD HEALTH! 1'OU CAN
| have it. Call at 1723 7th st. nw.
OLD INDIAN HERB REMEDY SHOP.
mhl-90t
fDRTREED
SPECIALIST
I 804 SEVENTEENTH STREET
!over 30 years
j Nervous and Spei ial Diseases of Men and Women.
j Me^ns Health to You if You Suffer
From Catarrh. Obesity, Rheumatism, Constipa
tion. Piles, Throat, Lungs, Brain, neert. Blood
and Skin Diseases, Nervous Debility, Kidnwy
Diseases, Bladder Trouble, Specific Blood Poi
soning, Eruptions, Ulcers and All Private Dis
eases Cured for Life by Safe Method*.
Charges Low. Medicine Furnished.
CONSULTATION FREE
Private Waiting Room for Ladies
Office Hours, 10 to 12, 3 to 6. Sundays, 10 to 12.
TvfONEY IO LGAI*.
MONEY TO LOAN?$250 TO $600,000 ON D. C.
real estate. Several trust funds. All trans
actions conducted with economical consideration
for borrowers.
WM, H. SAUNDERS ft CO.,
Southern Building, 907 15th st. nw.
fe2-90t
MONEY TO LOAN ON CITY REAL ESTATE
at current rates of interest. TYLER &
RUTHERFORD. INC.. 817 l$th st. nw. ap3V90t
I WATCH THE CLASS!FIELD COLUMNS FOR
evidences of the growth of this city. This
may seem like an odd suggestion-but it isn't.
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WRECKING AND BUILDING
WE WRECK ALL KINDS uF BUILDINGS
A. R. THOMPSON, 1X7 E st. sc.
JuZPsun,wed.fri-tI
And
Colleges j
r
George Washington
University
Chartered by Congress 1821
Co-educational
College Year Begins Sept. 24
Artu and Science#, Engineering.
Education, Medicine. Dentistry,
Law.
Full day courses and late after
noon courses. Over on< hundred
classes in all college ^ind engi
neering subjects meet at 5:10 and
6:00 P. M. ,
Catalogues and other infor
mation at 2023 G street. Tele
phone West 1649.
GEORGE WASHINGTON
UNIVERSITY LAW SCHOOL
CO-EDUCATION A I<
Houln* ftSth Year Sept. 24, 1919
Member Ahm*ii Amfrlrnn Law School*
JH^ict standards^ Instruction by
most approved methods. Maximum
credit by other1 law schools.
Forenoon classes. 9 to 11, will be I
resumed.
Afternoon classes 5:10 to 6:50 and 1
optional early morning classes fori
employed students.
Secretary. Masonic Temole^_ M. 4Mfl
EASTERN < oiXEOB: TBIRTX-POUR MILE8
from Washington, D. C.; degrre, prep and
junior school courses; age 10 upward; opens Bep
fember 3b. DR. ROOP. Pre* . Maounu, Va., |
Bo* i. j i20 snn.wed.fri 3tt j
j GREGG. RABNBS-PITMAN. BENN PIT
man. and Graham Pitman Shorthand.
Touch Typewriting, Bookkeeping, Secretarial
Course?.
j Ciril Srmi* Courses prtyarad by former Ctrtl
| Senioe Examiner.
Speed dictation rlaanej three hrwxrs daily, two
hours in the evening.
Individual and Personal Instruction in all
J course* TTp-t/vtne-minute e<itupruent.
Quloraed by Congressmen, Official Congres
sional Reporters, leading business men and
thousands of grad'iatea.
Booklet upon request.
The Dnllery Business College
817 llth ft. i.M-. Phon? Main 25WI
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WASHINGTON COLLEGE OF LAW
CO-EDUCATIONAL.
Twenty-fourth year opens September 29 at T p m.
Tuition Per Annum.
Seslors at Either 4 50 or ? :30 p m.
Office Hours, 10 to 5 JO.
I 1317 New Y^rk Are. I'hone Main io* i
Georgetown University
The Lew School
!
Session of 1919-1920 begins
j October 1, 1919. at 6:30 p. m.
Eaur School offices open daily
from 9 a. m. to 4:30 p. m. for
registration and consultation.
HUGH J. FEOAN. M. A.. I,L* B.
Ph. D.. Assistant D^an.
'.Voriretown Uw School Building.
506 E St. N. \V. Telephone M. 729$
WHAT IS IT?
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DOCTOR of PHYSIOTHERAPY
NT "USES. WAR WORKERS. Any
, one qualified can become better sit
uated in life, mentally, physically
' and financially. Double your in
come. ENROLL NOW for fall classes.
The Walker Technical Collejce,
I'hone, Kenois nidg
franklin .1177. Washington. D. C.
Au 20-30L |
I FIRST GRADE CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINA
tion for Census Office. October 18; tuition for]
| the entire course. SV THE CIVIL SERVICE
L PREP A RATORY SCHOOL, se. corner 12th and j
I F sts. nw. Phone Franklin 2080
ACCOUNTANCY!",? *
! Th? higfcot paid profession taught thoroughly 1
! in a few months of home study by new system, |
| under the guidance of 16 C. P. A.'s.
INTERNATIONAL ACCOUNTANTS SOCIETY.
^ Franklin 4(K9. S18 Colorado Rldg. ,
au23-90t I
Gonzaga College High School
Under Direction of Jesuit Fathers.
North Capitol and Eye S(s. N. W. |
Military Drill under United States I
j Army Officer. 9Sth Year commences j
| Monday, Sept. 15, 1919.
Send for Catalogue.
1 YOU29G LADIF.S-WE CAN'T FT LI, I>E 1
niand for switchboard operators; learn this i
fascinating, easy profesnicTi; taught in tweke
1 lessons; no age limit; day and night cla.sne*. 1313 j
f New York ave. S i
Accredited RnaU. I)ny and Et?
nlnit?firnde?High School.
['2163 Men and Women Last Year'
ACCOUNTANCY?
Oldent School in City.
Degree-Granling Power*.
Prepares for C. P. A. or IttiftincKn
PREPARATORY?
Accredited 1
nlng?<.rnd?
DRAFTING?
Architectural?$."?.04> per month.
Mechanical?W.OO per month.
COMMERCIAL?
OreKic Shorthand. M.5D per month.
Bookkeeping, Typewriting.
I
Other Courses Bulletin Free
1736 G St. N. W.
Main 8250
Y.M.C.A.
MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE.
SMITH'S TRANSFER
AND STORAGE CO.
NORTH 3342. N. 3343.
N. 3344.
LON3-DISTANCH; MOVING.
SAFETY FIRST.
ABSOLUTELY KIKh.k'KOOF dTOKAUt
Room*. U and np. Maying and racklna
UNITED STATES STORAGE CO.. tl?? iSth
<t. aw. Pbone Main C2? und P>anklln no tt
ROVING
tVe furnish lsrge padded van* and carafu. mm
to hsndle your goods.
PACKERS of furniture, plsnos. china, bric-a
brso, etc. Expeneixrd men only.
6HIPPING to all i^rts of tha world.
STORAGE ior luruitur. pianoa, and boi??
boid goods.
1226 B St. N. W. Ft
KRIEG'S EXPRESS
AUTOMOBILES.
AUTO REPAIRING
Auto Repairing. $1.00 per Hour.
We repair ell mate* at cm. Oontor wort
e specialty.
Our service le beet.
E. H. BAUER CO.
Phon. lUin 918& ?. taan nw.
t^UNaU
TRY WILLCHER
-the motor cer diagnostician; ninety-day guar- ?
antee on adl euto repair work. 1341 W et. nw.
Phone North 2380 lulNt |
AUTOS FOR SALE.
OLDSMOBILe; T 9T8 8-R0AD-1
ster, good shape, $1,100. Will
take late Ford or Dodge part pay
ment. Call Sunday afternoon only.
2030 Ut st. nw. sep7-4t
Conje to the Largest Used Auto
Dealers in the World.
THE ROMAN AUTO CO.
N Broed et.
Philadelphia. Pa
. 1,000 cars to aelect from? 19U. 1917, 1916 models,
in all makes, up.' Catalogue on re
quest. eel.S.M.10,llll.lT,19.S,tl.S.9
FOR SALE?MISCELLANEOUS.
fou CAN'T HIDE YOUR AD, IN THE
classified column*?for there isn't a hiding j
place there. These ids are READ. mh2t-tf
WILL CALL IN MY I'M.ottered auto
mobile, city or suburban, and pay yo?i highest
prices for ladiee', gentlemen's. children'? dia
carded clothing, of all descriptions. Address
postal or phone. I will call. E. RICE, 1332 7th
st. nw. North 1736. fe2T-tf
BUSINESS CHANCES.
BEER!
The reel stuff; easily made at homo from ma
teria'.a obtainable at any grocery, for 10 centa a
gallon; rpcii?e iu plain enwflope. 25 cents, sil
ver or stamps. Address REGAL SALES
AGENCY. P. O. Box lfitt. Washington. D. C.
se7-7t
Liberty Bonds
Bought for
CASH
We Paid for $50
Bonds Tuesday
Victory Per Cent, $50.04
1st 3J/2 Per Cent. .. .$49.85
1st 4 Per Cent ...$47.25
2d 4 Per Cent....$46.57
1st 4'/? Per Cent. . . $47.32
2d 4]/4 Per Cent.... $46.68
3d 4>4 Per Cent....$48.13
4th 4J/? Per Cent.... $47.05
Victory 4^4 Per Cent, $50.04
In addition to the*e prices
we pay full value fou Liberty
Bond coupons due. Interest
paid to date of sale.
We buy $100. $500 and $1,000
Liberty Bonds of all issues.
We Also Buy Part Paid
Liberty Bond Cards and
War Savings
Stamps
Without going tnrough any
red tape.
We Use No Checks
We Pay Cash Only
Liberty Investment Co.
Phone Main 7589
920 F Street N. W
dpon daily 8:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
BUSINESS ANNOUNCEMENTS.
Bugs! Bugs! Bugs!
20th Century Insecticide
?will rid your home of roaches, ant.-, waterbugs.
and bedbugs. Will exterminate roa-hes in your
home. Sold by druggists or A. M. C. CO.. 941
N Y. r??* Main 3*2 aul-90t
CABINET MAKER.
CABINET MAKER
I can repair and ro-finish any piece of furni
ture you hare. Its condition does not matter.
Color changing a specialty. My price is reason
able and all work is guaranteed. Drop postal
and will call, or phone Fr. 45BK. ABE MARCUS
4015 New York ave. nw. juo&SOt
MIRRORS REPAIRED.
MIRRORS REPAIRED
Mirrors resilTered equal to new. New mirrors
to order. Drop card, will call.
THE MIRROR WOP
M. B. BROTSKY. I^rop. 1425 P st. nw
PROPOSALS.
OFFICE OF TirE COMMISSIONERS Or THE
District of Columbia, Washington. D (X, Sep
tember 10, 191?. Sealed promises will be re
ceived at this office. Room 500. I>istrict Build
ing, until 2 o'clock p. m.. September 22, 1919, and
then opened for the purchase of tankage from gar
bege collected by the Commissioners, D. C., dur
ing the period from October 1, 1919. to March 31.
1920. Blank forms of proposals, specifications, to
either with necessary information, may be ob
tained fron\ the Chief Clerk of the Engineer De
pnrtment. Room 427 District Building LOUIS
HROWNLOW. W. GWYNN GARDINER. C. W.
KUTZ. (Vimmibsioners, D. C. sel0 6t
AUCTION SALES.
T\os. Dowllng A Co., Auctioneers.
J.1th and F St. K. W.
SALE OF PERSONAL EF KBITS AND
ho:isehold goods for storage charges. Notice is
hereby gi?en that on SATURDAY SEPTEM
BER 27. 1919. AT 10 O'CLOCK. A M . there
will be sold at public auction in front of the
United States Storage Company's warehouse,
41S-420 10th st. nw.. Washington, D. C.. to en
force liens for storage charges, etc.. due and tm
paid, all gxwls, furniture, china, glassware,
books. pictures, refrigerators, beds, bureaus,
boxes and contents, trunks and contents, house
hold and personal effects on storage with the
UNITED STATES STORAGE COMPANY in
the names of Bmmt Coler, L. S. Day, 'Mrs. F.
L. DeVorak, S. W. Dodge, John F. Hennigan,
jr.. Harry L. Hill. Clarence Kemp. L. G. WiFl
iams, Zuber and Nau. V. W MOTT, Secretary
United States Storage Co. selO, 17,24 I
Liberty Bond
Prices
We Paid for $50 Dondn Tuesduy
Victory 4% per cent . $50.04
l.t 3H per cent., ?10.65
I at 4 per cent S47.1B
id 4 per cent *4?.37
l.t 4Vi per cent ?47.33
ill 4Vi per cent *48.6*
3d 4>x? per cent ?4A.I3
4th 4Vi per cent <147.05
Victory 3% per cent |?.M1
In addition to these prices we
pay full value for Liberty Bon !
.?onpons dm*. Interest paid up to I
'fcte of sale.
We buy S100, $500 and J1.000
Liberty Bonds of all issuea.
We Al.o Buy Pnrt i'lild Cardx'rn
v WAR SAVINGS STAMPS
Without Any Red Tape.
No check* used here) all trans
actions spot cash.
Liberty Bond Exchange I
-'HP ii.ui. *'> *?
915 Penna. At?. N. W.
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET QUOTATIONS
Quoted by Sullivan & <
.. - ?WB- ?"? C,?~ Dp.
Ajax Rubber .... as 9S ?H 1114 ltt
AUitChalmav 4M4 ?** ??4 ? 1(4
Amerlon Cotton on W4 ??, 53% i*
American Bid. * Laatfcar
Amman Hid. * lnilw j< 11,4 1^ 12nt v
Arnica International Oorp<*?... !WS 1CG M3S lot* fit
*y?? If^?" S ? ?? 7 ,
Ammaan Smelter N% 79 reu. to t
American Steel Fwuxiriee 40 41 40 41 i
at^ " l? 1? 1?* 13*
American Sumatra 86 8T* m hv* u.
American T* 4 T*. ?... W m J, JJ H
American Tobanoo .? Z* 2fr* 224 ZE* 1
American Woolen 114 in* 1-4 ^ ^
American Writing Paper pf R% 58 57% 68
Anarctxla ?... 69* OTU. ffl m
Atlantic. Gulf * Weet Indies l?l 161 i?i m 4^
KSSL'S-SS" ? u?% ?* k
Bait/more A Ohio 40% 41 40* 41 14
Bethlehem Steel Claee B 80S 94 ?B% 93s
Hrooldj* BAjid Tran.lt. r r 3 r
Butte Copper A Zinc. ? 12 12 11% 11% a.
J. 8^p?n?t ? n m n in *
California Petroleum -...,. 52 53^ 52 g^v
2*",*^? I'1?!l0 B1 1? Bis *4
Oentral Uathar ? .101 * WW 1*
Cliandlu Motor 285 ' 203 2S5 a?i* gu
Cheat praie A Ohio. ?... 65% 66 ?% ? **
Chicago, Milwaukee A St Paul.... 43* 45% 42 45* i*
Chicago. R. I. & Padflo 6 pcL p< 61 61 ?0 80
Chile Copper 21 3^4 23% ?
Chino Copper U% 45* 44* 46 ^
OjntinwitaJ Handy 94% ?* <h 9b* 1
?*?> 1
'?meible Stael ITS 189* ITS 184 11
Cuban Cane Sugar 33 32 32 32
JJf* - 15* 15* 15% 15%
Ga?t/w W A W 39* 30* 39* 30*
General Cigara ?... 81* 82% 81* 82 %
General Electric ]6A 1Q0 168 168% 2%
General Motor* 236 341 236 238 3
Goodrich Rubber Co c* MS fC* 83* %
Green r-Cananea 42 42 42 42
Golf Ptatce Steei 61 61* 01 61* *
Haakoll * Barker Bk (9i II? CK ?
Inspiration 00!4 ?114 (114 %
International Mercantile Marine.. 6: 61V \
International Nickel ?>4 ?4 SVt ?. *
International Paper S5\ STH 5?<4 57 114
Kelly Bprlntflold Tim l?? 1?114 liv, i??
Kenrecott 35* X, 36S *
pany. 1421 G Street N. W.
nr. ?f ?J ^ ^
Lackawanna Steal BH 5 W ? S
Lm Tin * Rubtar jS ~ ?5 " ii?
I^in?a CO. m jz : m? ?* ?* J*
*-?. Sw s? k
Mi?on. K^?. TiST" S5 Si S5 Si i
MJ?oofl rui, ? Sc ?? ?C ?
; f f ? 1
N^o^r"*.B"u,rt ? ? ?*?*?*
M II
100 wo m
*> ms m\
f4% M j*H
10% 10% 10%
l* l?% llf% 111%
4JT* * OH 43%
N. T
n
-W W tha/a*
s
Norfolk A ??(?'.';'7'-T ,.-r"7 1?
Northern Pacific ?.. T..?. ? 86%
Ohio Cltiee Gm 54
Oklahoma Producing . ?
Pan American Petroleoa..
PonnsT^Tania ?...
P}?rc*-Arrow r
Plttehor*h Ooal ?- 0% 64% 0% ?% %
Pressed feed Cur ? tB ? *1% 9W
Railway Steal hpr~.no. ....... fT% V fT% to >%
Ray Consolidated . ?% K% ?% Wi %
Ree4la< RaJroad 7W? 7? 7f% 71% %
Royal Dutch of N#w Tort ?% *?% fee V 1%
St. Loots * Baa PranasoD If If If 1A
Saxrm Motor Oo .... ?<%?%? 24
Sinclair OL .. ,., , ?% ?% * tt% !%
Studcfcakar ?1S% 1IT% 13% !1S% S
Stau Motor Oh
Texas Oh
Tnjs A Padflc
Tobacco Product* ???
Fn^on Paclflo
U4 Uf iu U4
? ? ? a*
?o ' m ao 59% na
- .00% * iww T-m
12% is* IB 12ZH
United Recall Storm ? tt m. n
Cnl??d rraIt ,* j" J* "*
C. S. Cut Iron PU?- ti\ ? ??*?*.*
s i ? ? ? jr .*
n" s *S IB :?* i*h ?
n a
n 1 ? ? i?s i?. at
? Steel jrf ?..... 1?% I1F4 P.5 as
> lrglnla-OaroIlna Cfcsndeal ........ K\ tg\ pp^ gp^
1<*? i?t ? H
W?tfm ICarrlaad rn*
wMb^aZ rzz:.: ? & ? .
Wb^aot * L B. ?? 1?W its
^!^?d~r-: :: 5 ?* ; ?
Worthlnctoo Pomp W tt
Trx*l ealea...
Bio* Ei^.uo ?M?! WMMbj. ^Mbr :o r>?.
WANTED?MISCELLANEOUS.
Crediit?Ftaraitare?Gash
Spwiai Discount* for Caah.
SAVE MONEY-BUY AT
hopwooifs r^;D
FUNERAL DESIGNS.
Appropriate Funeral Tokens
ArOatio??xpressi??-lnexpenalTa.
Gude Bros. Co. 1214 F Street.
Prompt auto delivery sorrics.
DIED.
VAN NESS.?On Tuesday, September
9. 1919. FRANCES E., widow of
John S. Van Ness.
Funeral Berrices will be held at her
late residence, 1507 Twenty-second
street northwest, on Wednesday,
September 10, at 7:30 p. m. Rela
tive? and friends respectfully in
vited to attend. Interment at Al
bany. New York.
STEEL STOCKS
ARE BOOSTED
Market Strong Despite the
Threat of a Strike?
Monev Easier.
By BROAD AH WALL.
Neiw York. Sept. 9.?T.\e market
showed Its true colors In today's
trading. It was a sad revelation for
the bears who had been counting upon
the talk of a steel strike to help them
out of a bad position. The Street did
not wait for the labor conference at
Washington to ifret through with its
deliberation". The infiontial portion
of the financial community had made
up their minds that there was nothing
serious in all the steel labor situation
to warrant holding stocks t?ack any
longer.
T.tere was only needed some strong
initiative to translate-this feeling into
action. This initiative was Eupplied by
some of the larger houses who sent
out word to their custmere tills morn
ing that It was time to buy and that
the steel shares were t*.ie best pur
chase nf any of them.
In response to these advices there
came a wave of new buying which
swept th#? short Interest off its f^et.
Steel common went up three points
and the bears in Crucible. Raldwin
and other of the high priced indus
trials made haste to rover on the
best terms f.iey could get.
All the tobaccos were Again very
well bought. The equipment stocks
were all strong. Exchange rates were
firmer. Money was easier wi?i call
loans obtainable at W* and ? per cent
and a renewal charge of r1^.
CURB MARKET
Furnished by Sullifan & Ca. \C G street
northwest. . ,
Bid Afkert.
10\ 11
Arm* -
Amer;^n Marcor.l __y *
Roatiti Montana. ?
ca*h Bny
r*
j \ moil nuj ...
! Cr?n. Arizona. 1 * **
i Cwn ut
I Coeden O UJ*
Federal Oil - J* **
Gen. Asphalt f24 **4
: Glen IWk Oil 54
Hudson Oil 1? 14
Hupp - tj*
; Maud OU ? ? ^
MdNaniara _
' Midwest Refg 1*? 1"
Metritt Oil ? ?? 2.** -44
Met. Fete 2S. -4
Pwr^ ** *?
! Pennock Oil ? 14^* 1V\
: Profit Sharing
v. Hercules - 2%
Robber * =2
i Submarine Boat 16
I Sinclair Gulf ?"<*
' Toco Di*. fa
! U. 8 Ship 54 2S
! Perfect i -n 1 1-H> 1 ?**6
! Wayne [j 54
United Motors 47 56
iliibhr *> 2?
j Swift M &
! Sarold Is -t
Prewonrun ? 6
<>r?rland 20 21
Baodl. * *4
Fsold *4 44
Boston Wyoming 76 78
Big liodp** 4
Cities Serice, new 4!*>? 4-*4
\ Braaos 3* 2^
' Houston Oil W 11^
I rtties Scrrieo 49 M
Brtel Oil *4
| Wilson 14 1T4
Wright-Martin 4 5
; Inter. Rubber 2f> 22
International Petroleum -*V? ."*>4
LiringMcoe Oil " 2S
NEW YORK PRODUCE.
New York, Sept. 9 ?BUTTER?Market aaay;
ealted and unsalted. fresh creamery extras, 564a
60c; do. firsts, 53a59c; do. higher than extraa,
57^aMc: State dairy tuba. 46a57c.
OHBESB? M arktt steady; Stats whoie-milk
specials, 31a3l4c: do. fancy. 30a30^c; do. lowsr
grades, 29a29o; Wisconsin whole-milk, fancy,
young Americas. Sla314o; State akima, specials.
?J2a23c; do. choicr. 18a20c; do. fair to good.
14al7c; do, lower grades. 7al3c.
EGGS?Market irregular: nearby white, fancy,
73a75c; do. brown. ?AaffV; e.rtra. S5a54e; firsts,
4"a51a
BALTIMORE PRODUCE.
Ths wholesale market prices yesterday ranged
about as follow? : y
EGGS ? Maryland. Pennsylvania and nearby
firsts, per doaen. 50c; Western firsta, jwr doeen,
49c; W st Virginia first*, per dneen. 49r\ South
ern first!*, per doxen. 48c (All loss oft )
BUTIT.R?CVeim"ry, fancy, lb . SSa59r; rhoioe.
per lb. 56a*>rc; good, per lb, Wa55c; prints, per
lb, 5*a60r; blocks, per lb. 5?a59r ; ladle*. i*r lb.
47a48c; Maryland and PenosTlTtnia roll?, per 'h.
46a48c: Ohio rolls. j*r lb. 4Sal7e; West Virginia
lulls, jut lb, 45a!7c; store-packed, per lb, 45c;
Maryland. Virginia and 1'ennsjlvania dairy
prints, per lb, 4m4So; process ^utUr, per ib.
M4&
LIVE POULTRY-Gbiokena. aid hens, 4 lbs
and rtftr. jw lb. 3Ja34e; anal] to nwdum, per
lb. 3L*32c; Whit* Leghorn*. per lb. 3l*3Se, old
rooster*. 22c, *;>rlng. A lbs and twer. per 2b,
3&*3fc; 1* t? 1* lb* lb.. **3f>; smaller,
per lb. 3Bc. White Lagboms. 1% lbs and o*?r,
per lb.. 3&c. anw. ** par lb.. J6o; duAs. young.
Pekina. 3 lb* and over. per lb. 2Ba29c, puddia,
per lb.. 26aXc ; Masonry. per lb. *eTT- . amai ?r.
thin, per lb. 26c, old. per lb. fltfk ptpeooa.
young. r*r pair, SaJOc; o*d. per pair, 3a5te.
gunea fowl, young, lfe lb* and arer aacti.
73c ? wnallT, each. site.
FTlCrra?Apple?. iar?e. amooch. No I. p?r
bM . 3 bOaA ordinary mixed Va 1 250*3 snail
windfall* LT5*2; Vb. 1. per bo.. lJ0al.7B; No 1 |
7^-al 25; at to ;uallty. per 4-S baaksl. 30s*ta;
per 100 Iba. I9)a2.?; W M and Pwnsylvar.i*
j?cked. No. L L). H. bbL. 6aT; per han**r.
1 25a2, crab a per fl baAet. Lal25, per
bb . 6a?; nntalmi^w Eastern Shore. Maryland
and Virginia. stan. per cn.i?*. lal natrn per
basket. 30****; damsona per lb.. 8c; grapes. i?r
?-8 basket, TScal 25; Qbecorda, p?-r small basket,
SOr; Niagara* 18c, Diaaware. 22aZV ;e>rtM?.
Ukvcu'.:J a? to quality. per crate. 1 3 ;??
4-S hasket. lsL75; per bu.. LKI7&; Rastern
bhor*. Maryland and Ytnjinia. per bo*. lalSO,
per <rate. lal.50; per baaltet, native.
lal-50; jwara, Now Tart: BartletL. ? Na L per
bbL. 9a9.50; per bo. baaket. 2*5; other varli-Uaa.
nearby. i?r 4 8 baaket, 45eal; bushaL 90m2 New
York, (Lapp's IV., p? bbt 8*S50. <'.app*?
Fkr.. 2*2 "V piling per 11> . 4a6c. wavermfikioa.
Anne Arundel, select, par 1? 2j*30 Mvy md.
VlTxirla and r^lawar*. trior**. 25aj>; all er-o
ti >na. M#; cull*. 2a3
POTATO BR?Wegtem Maryland and Pmorl
vani*. No. L per 100 Iba 2 50a27:. Eeetert
Shore Maryland and Virginia. No 1. Z.<4*2T5.
New Jersey, No. 1, 2.51*2.75; native or Deartr.
No. 1. 25^2^, all irtota, No. 2. l.J&aL?.
No J, 75o*100; native or nearby. per bushel
J*AeC LSOaLTS, Eaatm fsho^e No. L per bbL.
3 75a4?: <*xlls and Na 2. 1.50a3; mmr-i* N. G.,
No. 1. per bbL. 3 50*4; n*st/?m Shcr* and V\r
tfnia. S.75aL25; Ra?T>folnraaa, S 50*4 ; yam* all
tiona. No. 1. Z 75a3 ; i?i uu and noa culls
an4 No. 3. 19*2. na&ve or twwrby. No. 1.
4*1 X; naore, per 4-? basket. ?"efl5c
TDGBTARLFs ? P*ana, native fre?a, per
bo^hei. 90calfi0. Srlagleae. ?ral 10. iim?i per
te:? hunp"*. 200*2 50. per 4-8 baak< 1 00; boiled,
per lb. 16a, beeta. per bunch. Sl3c cabbage.
n*tire. per 100. O.OOa^LOO? do, New Tort, do
mestic, per ton. 90 00a5&00. carrxa, per b^ineb.
r.*ti*e. 2*3c; celery. V T.. washed. T** bw^i,
B'va36o; roogh, per crate. 4.00aS00 aorn. native,
per don*, 20a? auomnber* New Tort. p?r
bushel baake* 1 50a2S; eg*pL*:.*?a r.*Uee. per
l*a*?C 40a90r-. >ttn?*. New York, fancy. ;?r
box or baske4. 0f**L3; do, poor and leafy,
StkTVj, da. native, per buaLel. 50a* 1, onloru>.
Maryland and Pennsylvania, ye?iow. No. ! j?-r
Iba. S.T5a4; do. N. T and Wax. yellow.
No. 1, per 1?0 Iba. 4aAS; da. white. *.73e4;
.'V.?S. !*tlv? large per 4' ba^et 30a3o, do.,
nendle, frk\Sr: vj-aa*i. native, per 44 baaket,
?^mat.iea nalitw, u to quality, per
baaket "acal; do padrtn# ittoelc. pT V^hri.
16^1.*>; da, yeflow, prr 4 8 baakef, f*Ar; tur
np>. rxtlve, per baaket. ?C*t.TV
V^ashiui'ton Stock Exchange.
PAL W
Lanatoru ? TL *> at 7L
After '?all:
W?*hlng?nc Raf.way and R!ectr!c trfd.. 5 at .13.
PUBLIC UTILITY BONDS
Bid Aaked.
Aranir. T?1 and T^lga. 4e ?2 85
American 7VI. and TWsa. 4'-<w K" 8T^?
Am. TeL and TW. Oil. Tr Sa. ... 8TS 8t?
> tterican Tel and TVi conv. 6* 1004 101^4
Chesapeake and Potomac TeL &?. 97H
Capital Traction R." R~ 5s 93
Ge>-rget^wn C*a l?t 5a 94
Potamac Qectric Light 5b SC
Pnt^ac ?7ectr;^ mm. 6a 92 V
Po^nrr.ac Ekrfric Power fis
Potomao laectrlc Power G. M. ?? fT ?
Waahingtnn Rwy. and Kloc. 4s . 9FH
JVaAhJngi.m C^.% &r v, ?P4
Wash. Rwy. and Elec. O. M. 6e 96
MISCELLANEOUS BONDS
Ametiran Grtphophone let 6b 99S
D C. Paper MTg fr ?
Security Storage and Safe Dep. fm 101
PUBLIC I TILrTT STOCKS
Amer.can Tel. and TtifM ?
CapiTal Traction 8S^4
Washington Gaa <9 b.
N rfolk and Wash Steamboat. 1?
Washington Rwy. and Elea oom .
W*5liingtf?n Rwy. and Eleo. i<d.. 52 56
NATIONAL BANK STOCKS.
\roeric*n :G5 :7S
Columbia *. ITS
C. 4i Tncrrial 18T 300
I>i*rtct ITS
l'.irrrjT9 and Mechanics' 240
1-Vdenl 18.% 3TH?
IsncnT.n lfi? . .
National Mctropttljtaa tOO
RiggB 450 ^.....
S?Y?nd 141
Washington 2C^ 230
THUPT COMPANY STOOKS.
American Secnrlty and Trnst 23ft
Continental Trust 113 125
National Savings snd Tnist 280
I'nion Trust 115 !S>
Washington I-oan and Trust 940 255
SAVINGS BANK .STOCKS
Commerce and Savings 12
Las'. Washington 12
liberty IT
Merchants" ID .?.
Security Savings and Com 3*t
Serent-h Street 14.'?
FIRE INSURANCE.
Arlington 8 . ...
Om*in TO
h^remfu * 19 .....
German-American ...? 2S .....
National l.'nion ....
TITLE INSURANCE.
Columbia 4"V? p*
Beal Estate.... 74 W
MISCELLANEOUS
! Graphophone com 48 4!*8?
! ? ;rap?'fn?botie pfd 9T* 94
Cbapin-Sarks "45
D. c Paper 90
I? f Pai?er pfd ttff*
Merchants' Transfer and Storage.. 106
Mcrgenthaler Linotyiw :40 143
I^anst^n 'Monotype 71 7l*t
Old Dutch MarV.f*. com 4H 6
Old Dutch Market pfd 10* ?
Security Storage Son
Sec. Storage and Safe De-p 110
WaahingioD Market 27
WASHINGTON PRODUCE.
The wholesale market prices yesterday ranged
about as follow*:
EGGS?Strictly fresh. 65c; average reoedpt*,
S3a; Southern. 5Ca.
CHEESI-i? New York State factor?, whole
milk. 34a36c.
BUTTER?Standard crcamery. file; print, 63c.
LIVE POULTRY? Rx*te*a? lb., 20c; tmfceya,
per lb. 36a40c chickens, spnng, per lb. 35a37c;
bens, per lb, 34', keata, young, each. 40a50c.
DRESSED POULTRY -- FYesb kill.d >pr1n?
chickens, per lb, 36a38c; hens, per lb. 36c; roost
ers, per lb. 23c; turkeys, per lb. 40*4V
PORK?Small and neat, 34c; medium, 24c;
heavy. 22*23c
LIVE STOCK?Oalves, 19*a?c; lamb-, 14*15c;
sbeeji, 4*6c.
GREFN FRUITS-Anptes per bh'. new ?
8 80. ban, 50ca275; C*lifomia lemoaa. bo*. 5 50
*6.50: pineapple*., per crate. 5C0a?00 California
?rarge-^. o '-'tafi.Su; K-aches. 23(m4.aO i*r crata;
prspes. per crate. Owcords, 2 S0a3 00; do, Niag
ara, 2.50*2.00, Delaware, 2.50a3 9D; cantaloupes,
;ier crate. 75ca4.00.
VBGBTAiiLfi&-N?r potato^ ym Mi. L0b
5 SO; N<* 1 lSftu flT atrj?g bmna. pm- ttv l??
2 00; ?erpUnt. 90aJ 00 per crat*, onrn, umrtr
per dorm. ya-*>. ahbv n? ***.S?
bbl; beeba. 2aic per tmnch, leCtuoa. UOaLft;
per basket; New York oaian. 4.0t*r % pi r crate,
ceiarj par dozen. 75al Kl; mmalne -Ktnr*. LOb*
1.35, equaaL. ?hTb per crmte. wpnng oal'ma, LM
?3 00 prr 100 hunch**; onions. p*r 'm.poand
ul, 4 00a4?T tomatoea, raarty UDa_00 par
crate; iw. poti
prr bbl. 4 00ai SO
CHICAGO GRAIN
B7 JOSEPH F. PfUTXH 1RD,
'>'T 8r*- * ?Pseaare b? the Hrnet^of the
I Edjre bill anthortjdng or*ar.lnataor of a foreign
barJang corporation rmdsr auj^rri*? of the
FMeral Rwrrr# Rank wa? l<xikad upon Vxlay by
men of the grain and ptm iaaan trade as favor
able for Increase. in export* of comcr *i.tAea which
I heretofore haTe been restricted owl:.g to lack of
funda for Ciberal puf-hasaa
May com reached a n^ low level on the crop
! today and the f^nember future e?a off to a
new low price. Ijrmmm for the day wore 1 eeot
' f<w Reptember. Ha to iVc for Deee'o^v anfl 2 to
j ZV lor Slay. The reu?lnca nay he laid at the
door of the pTvercmeru crop report whir*. ahr?^
ed TO (*T> 000 more buabdU mora than th? trade
One f*atore of H*> eltasnrri aurr?Pi<li*^ corn
la the lioksd far labor tmvHIea at the ator*
1 yarda. whlrh will be a drawbark to the
l moremed of ho? arid will prrre a beerlA far
tor In that market as w^fc a* oort
Oata opened vak. but ah'wrwl r-wigtfc at tfca
cloee
Grain and two*!**? f .vuiae h?r? today mm*
CORN- Pre?
Open Rlr*1 l/ow Hw clnee.
Sepurrb* . 18 L? in lid
I>eormber L? '.29% LTH 1 Mk L*%
'Mar L3B LB 1 fft UHb l-?
li. ??AT*
R^piernb
IS
I >.-^nnbar T!% T*W .Tl .*7% T2*k
Ma- H?% IS* TJk W,
i.artv
S3 ** ** ?r S"1
October... *.<r A If Ef *r
lilBS?
Sert/mbw.. .... .... .... TLR ? *
POML
Sna^Bher. C J <U 4B<* ?L*
October *T? *SC SS.0C K46 nj5
FOREIGN EXCHANGE.
New Tort, ffefK 8 Toda/*a <&-<? -qj rwfap of
exciiaaer or. 7*-.r?dpeJ f-weAgn ma -V K* Starting
-MBUlA, 4:5V oab&ea 1 Iff* henkesa, ??
da*a. 4 12*4; 90 days. 4.H. PVacor ->je<*n. MS*
oaW?-s. ft 30 Peiptama?Obei** S T aah.?a 8.4fc.
, < i Tmanv- <V^ka 4. If; ablea < X A.uflMa?
? rSierka. LW; ca^ea, lC HnHand?Oaerkw. TS;
' cahlea. 571*. S?~iae-^>Md^ SOT <abl?, U?
1 taly?Oie<*a. ??T1; caMw, >1%.
EQUITABLE
CO-OPERATIVE BUILDING
ASSOCIATION
Auets. $3,876,896
If Yoo Would Get Abrad
Financially, Save Syste
matically.
The time to aare Is while you ha?r a
acwdy Incwma *P?en you wl!'. br re*
pared far anr anepin that rr.ry arise
Bare ?yetenjUirxlly through tli?> Fat:"
able.
9at>arriptlODa for the
77th Issue of Stock
Brine Repelved
Shares, $2.50 Per
Month.
4 Per Cent Interest
EQUITABLE BUILDING
915 F ST. N. W.
JOHN JOT Et)?0%. President.
FRA!VK P. nFA?IDB. ?ie<-.
SAFEGUARDING
THE
SAFEST INVESTMENT
It \* * s^nerally r^copriK?^
fact that flret mortpicep ar? th?
enfest invest rrent in the world.
We would like to eond you our
new booklet telllnp of th*- -nany
safegruardJ1 w?- have plac- <\ ht >und
OT'R f^ret mortgage n\x pry cent
not^a. which we beliere make
security do\jb^\'# secure and which
constitute the chief reasons for
our record of fifty year." without
loss to an investor.
Swartzell, Rheem
& Hensey Co.
727 lf?th W. W.
Odd Lots of Stock
Carriedon Margin
SULLIVAN
& CO.
Direct Wire to Nrw lork
COFHK>r(lM?tNT
Herbert T. Greenwood
MEMBER
j of the Conaolldated Stork E*
rhange of New lurk
I
1421 G Street N W.
Tel. Maui 1940 1-2
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