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Scare ofD. C. Banks Elect
Officers and Directors
? > - I
tinental Trust Today
"Will Fill Vacancy Caused
By Resignation of Vice
'Pres. James H. Baden,
Who Becomes Commer
cial National Cashier.
' I
than a ?core of banking tu
itions yesterday elected % their
<ds of directors for 19?) and some
hoflp elections of officers. Others will
^ their choice within a few days.
Q?ly two changes arc expected in
the lists Of officials. of the various
bank*.
The Commercial National, at a
meeting of directors tomorrow, will
elect Jams H. Baden cashier Ba
derv who has been In the banking
business here for twenty years, re
signed as vice president of the Con
tintntal Trust Company to become
cashier of the Commercial National
The plsce left vacant by him wili
kaipiled at a meeting of the Con
Ur^kital Trust directors today.
vfcually all of the banks made
ch?ges In their boards of directors,
the?Commercial National leading in
tha?number of additions with five.
RIkr* \stloasU
Harr\- F. Clarke was added to the
board of dhectors of the Higgs Na
tional Bank. The following direc
tors were re-elected: Charles C.l
Glover. William J. Flather. Milton J
E. A lies. H. Rosier I>ulany. Charles |
I. Corby. Robert C. Wilktns. Sterling
Ruffln. Charles Carroll Glover. Jr.. U
Ketnp Duval. Louis E. JefTries. John
S. . Larcombe. Henry B. Seever.
Julius <Jarflnkle. Fleming Newbold.
JuBe* Marion Johnston. Jr.. C. Pow
ell v^lnnjgerode and William M. Rit
1 Lancer* elected are; Charles C.
Gl<jfver. president; Milton K. Ailes.
' vice president; William J. Flather.
vice president; Joshua Evans, Jr.,
cashier; Avon M Nevlus. assistant
cashier; Robert V. Fleming, assist
ant cashier: George O. Vass. Assist
ant cashier.
American Nitlossl.
The American National Bank add
?-d four new directors to its govern
ing board. They are W. G- Oalllher
E. A. Livingstone. A. M. Rlzik. and
j W. Williams. The other directors
of the institution are Lester A. Barr.
\V F Brenizer. A. L Clarke. John
T Crowley. T. C. Dulln. Axel Ford.
\\ T. Galliher. John R. Calloway.
|M.r Gans. Fred S Gichner. U W.
? Iroomes, James B. Henderson. ' . M.
If* ndley. B. Leonard. I. B. Linton.
, C. H. Livingstone. J. A. Maedel. W 11-;
liam Selby. James F. Shea. Thomas
s. mervfile. Warner Stutler. George
Jv Walker. W J Waller. Byron
Wallerstein. J". C. Weedon. and I?uis
C. Wilson.
Commercial M?tls?aL
Five new diroctors werr ?<fded to
board of the Commercial Na
tional* Bank. while four directors
were <0#pped -fr*jn the list. The
new directors ore James H Bad*n.
vice president of the Continental
Trust Company, who comes to the
? omme~c:sl National Bank as cash
ier; David F. Dunlgan. WHliam H.
Johnston. Jame* Townsend Russell
. nd Charles K. Berry. The retiring
directors are George A. Carden. Al
len B. Kendrick. A. E. Randle and
William E SUckney. These men.
being out of town, sold their stock
in the Institution to iocal men at
the time the control of the institu
tion was cvnered in Washington busi
ness men. The directors who were I
e-electe<l are Rolfe E. . Boiling. I
J a me* A. Cahlll. Charles A. Carr>'. (
? 'hgrles Conard. H. King Cornwell. |
Charles D. CUfcle H. Bradley Da- j
v'dson. A. C. Davison. R. Golden !
Donaldson. Guy A. Ham. Fred S. ,
liardesty, Harrington Mills. Charles
J. Roger*. James Sharp. George Tul
ly Vaughan and Chandler M. Wood. I
Seventh Street Savings.
The officers and directors elected by i
the Seventh Street Savings Bank j
were: Somerset R. Waters, president, j
August H. Plugge, vice pre?'dent, H. J
Kaufman, vice president; John D. i
Howard, cashier; Elmer O'Hara, as- j
sisCant cashier; Charles S. Shreve.
?-oUnsel. Directors: Henry G. Berg
1'ng. \Jf. Thompson Burch. Willoug'n
by S. Chesley. Charles W. Fairfax.
Isadore Freund. John W. Gregg. John
J. Kolb, Harry Kaufman. Michael
O'Hanlon. Isaac Ottenberg. Roger
< >' Hanlon. Alexander H. Plltt. August
H. Plugge. Henry J. Ruppert, Charles
S. Shreve, Patrick Shugrue. Joseph
t*. .Thomas, John J. Weyrich. John
R. Wright. Somerset R. Waters and
John A. Schaefer.
v *
Seearfty Saving* sad Commercial.
officers and directors elected by the
Security Savings and Commercial
Bank were: Julius I. Peyser, presi
??^nt; George R. Linkins. vice presi
dent; Fred McKee, vice president
Willam R. Baum. cashier. Latrobe
t 4.1. assistant cashier; L. Louis
Shialey, assistant cashier; <3. W. Darr.
geriral counsel; directors. John H.
Carter. Charles W. Darr. James A.
Flynn. J. Thilman Hendrlck, George
H. Judd. Charles J. Langmead.
George R. Linkins. William H.
Linkins, Fred McKee. Townley A.
McKee, Julius X. Peyrfer and 8. W.
Straus.
Dfstrftet NatteaaL
The District National Bank held
election of both directors and of
ficers. James A. Dorrltee, formerly
note teller, and associated with the
lnatltution alnce Its berlnnin*. was
elected to fill the new offios of
auditor and assistant to the cashier,
which was made necessary by the
Increasing business of the bank.
8. Percy Thompson was added to
the list of directors.
The following directors wsre re*
elected: Ralph P. Barnard. Sidney
L Beaselvlere. William W. Bride.
Charles J. Butler. H. F. Cary, A. P.
Crenshaw, John W. Childress. C. J.
Goekeler. Robert N. Harper, Wells
A. Harper. W. Charles Heltvnuller.
James M. Hoge. W. S. Hofe, Lewi*
Holmes, A. F. Joras J. Miller Ken
von. Marshall L. King. J. Loo Kolb,
Wharton E. Lester. Wlliam P? Lips
ccmb. W. H. Martin. E. J. Murphy.
Hllleary L. Offut. Jr.. Robert L
i CBrien. Charles C. Rogers. N. L.
Sansbury. J. 8. Tyree. Sidney West,
and E. 8. Wolfe. ' .
Federal NatiasaL
Three new directors were added
to the board of the Federal National
Bank. They are Albert E. Berry,
president of the Chesapeake and
Potomac Telephone Company; John
?>olph. superintendent of the Metro
politan Life Insuranco Company,
and Harry Kins. The following
directors of the bank were re-j
elected; Byron 8. Adams. Walter A.
Brown. John H. Clapp. Myer Cohen.
William Kn'owles Cooper. J. J. Dar
lllngton. William John Eynon. E. C.
Graham, William F. Ham. Frank J.
Hopan. Ralph Jenkins. Ralph W.!
;Lee, Louis Mackall. Arthur D. i
Marks. John L. Newbold. Frank B.
Noyes. John Pooler E. D. Rheem.
James Brown 8cott. and Leon To
briner. ' . ^
Second National.
The Second National Bank Increascil
the number of directors on its board
?by one. William Berens, president
of the Charles Schneider Baking Com
pany. The other directors who were
re-elected are Edward F. Collsday.
William V. Cox. John C. Eckloff.
George M. Emmerich. Thomas Grant.
William M. Hannay. John W. Hulse.
Walter H. Klopfer. Frederick . W.1
Mackenzie. Samuel J. Prescott. Cuno
H. Rudolph. E. J. Sacks, Joseph P. '
Stephenson. Edward L. Stock. Will-1
iam H. Walker. Somerset R. Waters. |
Frank G. Wilkins. Nathaniel Wilson
and Alexander Wolf.
lakn Tnut.
The Union Trust Company added
one new director to Its board. Luther
F. Speer. The directors who were
re-elected ere Joseph H. ('ranford. G.
Thomas Dunlop. George E. Fleming.
George E. Hamilton, John H. Hanna.
Walter 8. Harban. Frank C. Henry, j
D. J. Kaufman. A. 8. Kenny. James
B. Lsmbie. Thomas P. Morgan, Ar-!
thur Murray. George H. Myers, Dan
iel W. O'Donoghue. Aulick Palmer,
D. 8. Porter. Ord Preston. Francis
A. Richardson, Harry L. Rust, Em
mons 8. Smith. Edward J. Stellwagen
i and Charles F. Wilson.
^ntioaal ^fetropolitaa.
The National Metropolitan Bank
add**] four new directors to its
board. The additions include F. P.
Reeslde. J. Thomas' Kelly. Jr.; H. T.
Shannon and C. F. R. Ogilby. The
following directors were re-elected.
Arthur T. Brice, Walter Brown
ley, FredeViek DeC. Faust. William
H. Gude. John B. Henderson. A. A.
Hoehllng. jr.; Charles Jacobson, O.
H. P. Johnson. Rudolph Kluffmann.
A. Lisner, Townley A. McKee. John
H? -Moore, J. H. Ralston. Hugh
Reilly. T^J>awrasoti Riggs. William
H. Saunders. H. C. Sheridan, Charles
j G. Smith, jr.; Walter R. Tucker
I man W. A. Wimsatt and Georgp W.
White.
NrrrkaNtii Bank.
j Four new directors were added to
| the board of the Merchants Ilank.
They are M. Frank Ruppert. Vin
! cent L. Toomey, John Walsh and
William Henry White. Jcseph A.
Berberich and Roland 8. Robbins
; were added to the list of directors
i at the November meetii g of the
board. The directors who were re
| elected are A. E. Beitzell. Gustav
Buchholz, Barry Bulkley. Harry A.
Carroll. Peter A. Drury, J. J. Ka
veney. Michael J. Keane. Samuel
?A- Kimberly. J. Ernest Mitchell,
Thomas J. Melloy. Frank CXHara, O.
T. Wright and John Zanier.
Mcl.achlen < orporation.
1 The McLachlen Banking Corpora
tion dropped Thomas H. Atkinson.
James E. Marshall and James W.
Burreil from the list of fdirectors.
Archie McLachlen was elected to
the board- The directors re-elected
include Archibald M. McLachlen.
Firman R. Horner, John A. Mnssic.
Lanier P. McLachlen. James A.
Watson. William 8. Washburn. H.
C. Duffey. Marshall O. Leighton,
William A. llawlings and Col. John
McElroy.
Colombia National.
The Columbia National Bank re
elected the entire llat of directors
without making any additions to the
board. The directors are as follows:
W. C. Duvall. C. B. Bailey. B. W.
Guy. Albert F. Hox. B. F. Leighton.
J. A. Mesners. J. W. Carr, C. Fenton
Fadeley, D. J. Kaufman. B. Francis
CONTINUED ON PAGE ELEVEN.
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Buy and Sell
For Cash or on Margin
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Financial News?Stock Market Prices
__ ? i i ' ??
Have Weak Day Under In
r fluence of Advanced Dis
count Rate Rumor.
?
By BROADAN WALL.
j New York. Jan. U-After an early
break in the stock market today.
I prices turned upward and the clone
waa not materially changed from that
of yesterday. Renewals were at S
per cent, and call money went as high |
ss 16 per cent, but closed af 10. Ger- j
man exchange was at a new low rec- ;
old price. Wheat broke in Chicago.
Silver went to another new high rec-:
ord. at 11.39 an ounce.
.It was a day of great uneasiness j
for pool managers. However much
they churned their stocks they could,
not get a public following. In sev- j
eral issues, notably the tobaccos and
some of the oils, .there was tlie best <
kind of Inside buying. But In some
of the oils there wss a scurrying
about the Street to And how much
inside seicret information had leaked.
Money was the depressing In*
fluence. and particularly so when It
became rumored about the' street'
that the Federal Reserve Board |
would probably advance the redis- I
count rate to *> per cent at once, j
A rate even higher than that is,
talked about, for the local situation
does not seem to liquidate Itself.
With a 6 per cent rediscount rate.
Libery Bonds will quickly And new
low levels and rtew resting places.
They were very weak today.
The announcement that came ?
from Mexico yesterday of two new
wells brought in by the Mexican
Eagle Oil Company sot at rest the
rumor that salt water had ruined
the Casiano flell.
Perhaps It was an a result of
these two new wells that the rumor
gained currency of a 910.000.000
loan being negotiated for Csrransa I
in London. '
CHICAGO GRAIN.
By JOSEPH F. PRITCHARf>.
Chlcafo, JanJ. IS.?Corn waa 2 to 2% ,
cent* lower here today. Liberal receipts j
and a lower spot market, together with new* t
favorable to tbe bear# furred the market
lower.
Pol lowing the present crop, Europe will
be independent of the I'nlted State* aa re
gard* fundxtuffn. according to the beat au
thorities os tlie foreign situation. Thin
statement means that no exorbitantly high
priced grain* will be ? JtiHtlfled during the ,
coming year. J
Hale* of cash corn amounted to 100.000
hunbelt*, with price* I to 4 rent* lower. Oat* j
had a weak undertone, due to the decline In |
other gratia and the falling off in cash de- j
in and. The future* were IS to 2 Cents low-J
er while the ca*h market wan unchanged to |
V*-cent lower. Sale* of cash oata were 106.- i
UUU bushel*. '
Chicago. Jan. 13.?Urals and provialona
Pre*.
table
COM
Month. Open. High. Low. Clone, claae.
Jan 1.39", 1.391, 1.37 1.37U 1.3.?'%l
May I34\ 154N1.3J 1.32% 1.84*
July 1.33U 1.33V, 1 3U>; 1 30\ 1.33 J
OATS?
Mar- ass .si .*a i
i Jrljr 77 .77* .75 .73 .73\
1 LARD
. Jas 24.37 24.16 *3.97 2S.fi 24. 10
May 99. I* 30.15 24.HO SftjOfl
I Jul/. 29.23 23.33 23.12 23.12 25.49 I
| HI 1*8??
Jan 19.30 19.3* J
May 211.191 29.(91 20.42 20.42 29.52 {
Jr.It . ? 20.1*3 29.95 20.75 20.73 20.831
l*OKK ?? ?
[Jan 3h.."jO 8?.50 3*.5o SS.50 8S.25 j
May 39.(Ml 39.23 39 (*? 90.09 89.30 J
1 Persistent liquidation brought about heavy I
declines of 4% to 3V? renta in rye. Volume I
of Imsiness wa* small, but price change* (
were coutlnuous and general feeling sensi- i
tire in the hogs product* market. Weak- |
ness lu grain market* wa* the leading in-j
flnence. ,
COTTON MARKET.
New York. Jan. 13.?Operation* in cottoo
were dull and featureless today. Although
the market opened steady and unchanged to ,
3 points higher, it was by no means a^
response to strong eiibles.
The tightness of money und a break In
commodity markets led to rather avtice sell- '
ing during the late afternon. which broke
price* to tbe lowest level of the day. from
this late rallies occurred on an improvement
in the demand, with flnnl prices 27 pointa !
higher to 30 points lower.
Spot here was quiet and uneltanged at ?
39.25c for middling; there were no sale*. .
Spot at New Orleans was steady, with mid- !
dling Vie lower at 40*?c. The sale* were
1,724 bales.
New York cotton table:
Pree. -j
Open. High. Low. Close. close. ?
January... 39.00 SH.20 37.93 38.1.1*30 37.K*
February.. 36.!* bid 38.90
March 38.40 36.48 30.12 86.25a90 *1.28
April S5.20S30 30.40
May 34.97 35.10 34.70 84.79a90 34. HS
June 33. X) bid 33.
Jnly 33.45 19.33 33.17 33.3<? flat 33 30
August 32.05 32.00 82.00 bid 32.00
September 31.89 bid 31.40
October 31.00 31.08 30 70 90.95a** 3?.93
November 91.90 31.00 SO.60 bid 30.70
December 30.51 80.4S 30.40 bid 80.30
WASHINGTON PRODUCE. ?!
i The whne*slc market price* yeaterday ^
ranged a* follows:
E(!(>8?Strictly fresh. 7^a>*0; average re
, ceipts. 78; Southern. 76.
j ( HEEhE?June. whele milk. 88*89.
BUTTER ? Standard creamery. 76 a 77;
i printa. 77a78.
LIVE POULTRY?Roosters, per lb.. 20;
I turkeys, per lb.. 40a43: chicken*, per lb..
36u3^; hen*, pen lb., 34; keata, young, ?ach.
5Us?3. 1
LIVE STOCK ? Calves, per lb.. 2la22;
lamb*. 15; alep. 4a 0.
VEGETABLES?Poiatoe*. per aack. 6.00u
, 6.5 0; string beans, basket, 4.00a6.00; egg- '
! plant. 2.S0aS.50 per crate: cabbnge. 4.0Oa '
9.00 per cwt.; beets. 3a5 per bunch: lettuce, j
l.SOsS.OO per basket; celery. 9.00a 9.50 per
! crate; celery, doxen. 1.23u2.0O; romaine let- j
I tuce. 1.30a 2.00; squash. 2.00a3.00 per crate; I
spring onion*. 2.50a3.00 per 100 bunches, 1
onions, per 100-pound sacks, 6.00a6.30; aweet
potatoea. 3 .00a 6 50 ; spinach. 4.50a5.00 per
barrel; kale. 2.30a2.73 per barrel; Florida
I pepper*, per crate, 3.00a4.00; Florida
. tomatoea. 2.50a4.30 per crate; bruaaela
I sprcnta. 25a30 per quart.
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MONEY MARKET.
New York. Jas. 13.?Mosey on eall on!
tbe stock exchange opened at 8 per cent;
high. 15 per cent; low. 9 per cent: cloaing I
at 19 per cent. Moat of the day'* loans
.were made at 9 per cent. Loans made on
all Industrial collateral were Hal3 per cent.
Time money waa again in nrgent dvnaod!
today, and blddera were bidding 9 per 'cent i
for fund*. Mercantile paper rates were also
! unchanged st 9 per cent. '
FOREIGN EXCHANGE.
i
New Tack. Jan. 18.?ForeigS exchange
rtoae. Sterling demand. 3.74*; cables, 3.75.
Banker*, 99 ?sys. 3.7Q?4; 00 day*. 3.6S.
France, check*. 1.22; cable*. 1.20. Belgium,
checks, 11.12; eablea. 11. in. German,
checka, 1.99; eablea, 1.97. Holland, checks.
.97%; cables. 37*. Italy, checka. 13.44;
cable*, 18.42. Stockholm kroner, checka,
39.90; caMea. 19.95,
NEW YORK PRODUCE.
New Tar*. Jn. It. ? BCTTBR ? M.rk.t
ea.i.r: tnwtrr *ztn<. S3.67V; irate.
: higher. Utile 4?tr?
MrnMr. motiM extra..
iltatloe creaaierr ?rata. IllSfc. M
I'UIUI! - Market inlet; nut* vh
milk. apertah. tinr; r.nrT. llaSl %el low
er grade*. 'JSaJOV. wkoto-aUk. laser.
roaH Ai?er*^e?. tt%aW%r: ??" ?klm>.
-pe<-laU. II.3; Mi,. 17art; tale to
(vial. ltelfc: tower grade. feUe.
?????Market firm: oearkr wMt*. r.arT.
Mats; t*.
New York Stock 1
IQmIiIIwm FaraUk?4
Open. High. Low cluaa.
Adams Bipresa.. 11* 11* tl* 11*
Adr. Raiualy.... 41* 42% 42* 41*
Adv. Rnraely p( 71* 71* II T1
A), i Bobber... S4% 8.1 84 1?
Alaska QoM..... 1% 1% 1* 1*
AUaka Junean... 3 3 2 1
A ills Chalmers.. 48% 49* 41* 48%
Am. Bart tiugar. 91* 92 91* at
Am. Boark. .... US lla lis 11*
Am. Ban.*..../ 34 *? 34* W M*
Am. Caa. ft.... '*>% 99* Ml
A?, far * T4t7. ,11* lis 1M 117%
Am. Cotton Oil.. 61 SI ftl H
Am. nmiil.t., U* 14* 11% 14*
Am. Bipreas.... 100 100 (00 100
Am: Hid* A Ua. 28* 20(4 33* 21*
Am. ?. * L. pf 118 lftft* 114* 115*
American l<-e 44 41 44 44
Am. lnternatl... 110 112% 109* 112*
Am. UmmI 74* 73 . 74* 73
Am. Locomotive. loo loo* 98* loo*
Am. Halt 19 10 i? M
Am. ail. * Com. 17* 27 * 27* ,27*
Am. Smtltlat. .. 88% ?S* 08 88
Am. Smelt. pf.. IM* loo* 99* 100*
Am. Hlcel f,|ry. 41* 44 * 41* 44*
A a*. Hugar pf... Ill 111 118 111
Am. Knmatra. .. 04* SI* 02% ?4
Am. Tel. * Tel. OA* IK* o?* *8%
Am. Tutmceo 2?S* 287% 283", JK7*
Am. Tob. pf (at 97* 97 * 97% 97*
Am. Tob. Sec... OK 89* 8K 09*
Am. Woolen 1.M 1.18 .182 138*
Am. Woolen pf.. 104 104* 104 1 04*
Am. W. Pa. pf.. 15* 58 ac* M
Am. /.In. A IA 20 20* 19* 20 J
Anaconda Copper ?2* 12* 82 12*
Assets lieallaaa. 5 5* 5 ft*
A??>. Dry Cuuda. 12* 81 12* 81
At.. To. a s. re ?i* *3* a* m*
A. T. A 8. Pe pf NO 80 79* 70*
Atlantic C. Line 91 91 91 91
Atlantic tiolf... 101 114* lid 184*
Baldwin I-.ico.no 118* 118* 111* 113* i
Haltn. A Ohio. 11* 11* 11* 11*
Balto. * Ohio pf <0 * 40* 40 * 48*
Barrett Co 120 128* 138 128*1
Bath. Motors.... 28* 2l> 28* 29 I
Bath. Kiel ?(% HI* OS* m*
Bath. Htl. CI. B IM* 97 93*- 98*
Bath. Htl. *5t pf 111* 111* in*
Booth riabariea. 14* 14* 14* 14*
Brooklyn R. T.. 11* 11* 11* u*
Brook. B. T. cfa l<* tt* 8* 1*
Brnnswh'k Tar.. T* 7* 7* 7*1
Burns Bros 118 lis in ill |
Butte Copper 10* 10* 10* 10*'
Butte * Kuper. . 2s* 28* 271s 2lt*
Caddo Oil 22 * 21 22 * 24
Calif. Pnrklng.. 90* 80* NO NO
Calif. Petroleum. 41* 42% 41* 42%
Calumet A Aria. 04 * 84 * 04 * 81*
Canadian Padftc. 110* 111* no* ill %
Central 1-eatlier. 9ft (Ml 94 90
Catt. leather pf ION 108% ION 100*
Carre de Paaco.. 37 37 30* 38*
Certain-Teed ... 57 57 57 57
Chnndler Motor . 121* 120 122* 128
Cheanp. * Ohio. 34* 34% 34 * 54*
Chi. C.t. Wat. pf 21* 21* 21* 21*
CM. Mil. A K. P. HI 18% 18 18%
C. M. * K. P. pf 52 52 51* 111*
Chi. A Xorthwn. NO N8% N8 N8*
Chi. A Norwn. pf 120* 120* 120* 120*
Oil. R. l. * Pnc. 20 * 28* 28* 20*
C R I A P 7* pf 71 71 71 71
Chile Copper IPS 19* 19* 19*
Chfno Copper In* in* la* in*
4'luelt. Peabody. 08 oft 08 08
Coea Cola 19% 10* 19% 19*
Colorado Puel .. 41* 42* 41* 42*
Columbia lias... 84 * 84 * 01 81
Col. tiraptripline. Oil 80 37* ,'.S
Come.l. Clear 81* 81* 8| 81
C<m. Has S. V.. Nl* *1* Ml* Ml*
Conaol. Teltlle.. 29 * 29% 29% 29*
Com. Taholator.. 51* 51* 51* 51*
Contl. Cnn...... nn N9 N7 N9
Contl. Candy. . 12* 12* 12* 12*
Con. Int. Cal. II. 11% 19* l?* *19*
Corn Products.. . N2* M* 82* W*
Crucible Hteel.. . 210* 211 2111 205*
Cuban Cane Hul. 52 02 51* 51*
Cub. Cane So. pf 84* M% 04* 04*
IV ere A Co..... 100 100 100 100
llela. A Hodaon 91% 91 91* 94
Hen. A H. Or. pf 12* 12* 12* 12*
Jlorhatu Hosiery. 00 00 00 IM
Imrlinm Una. pf. 102% 102* 102* 1<>2*
Klk Horn Coal.. 25 * 27* 23 27*
Emeraon Brant 29* 28* 28* 21%
Ifmer-Brant |if.. 110 90* 90 90*
Kndlrott-Johnson. 118 118 114* IV.
Kndicott-John. pf lol* 101* 101% 101*
Krte U. K 11* 11* 11 11
Erie lat pf , 19V*. 19* 19* 19*,
Valrbanka Co.... 90* Ml* NO* Nil*
Kam. Piny Laky. 88 89 * 88 89*1
Kisk Nabher 41* 42* 41* 42* (
fed. M A R. pf 10* 10* HI* 10% <
Preeport Texas.. 12* 12* 12 12 I
Cos. ?il. A TV.. 17* 17* 17* 17*
t.eneral Clear... 71* 71* 71* 71*1
C.eo. Electric.... 18S 188 108 188 I
lien. Motors 119 121 111* 121 1
lien. Motors pf.. 87 87 87 87 1
lien. Motors deb. 84% 84% 84% 84%
l.ranbv Cousol.. . 12Vj 52 * 52 % 52%
Goodrich Knhbrr 79 79 % 78* 79*
tlrny k Kavls... 45 43 43 43 1
Ureal Nortlin. pf 78* 79% 78 78 |
i.reat Nrthn. Ore II. 19% 10 19* I
i.reene-Csnanea.. 17 17* 17 17%
Coif Ktatea Kteel 79 81 79 81 1
Haskell & Barkr. 00 80 80 811
Illinois Central.. 90 90 90 lal
Inspiration Cop.. 38% 38* 33* 58 j
Interboro. Metr. .4 4% 4 4*
loteeb. Met. pf. 12 12 12 12 ]
Int. Ajtrl. Corpn. 20% 20% 20% M% t
Int. Ac. Cor. pf. 80 90 NO SO 1
Int. Harvester.. 127 128* 127 128*
Int. Hnrnstr. pf. 114 114 114 114 !
Int. Mer. Marine 47 47 45* 18 I
Int. M?r. YJm. pf 1<K?S 110*4 100 1W I
Intl. Nick*! 25 ?i 24% 21%;
Intl. Paper ?1H H2\ 80% R2% | I
Int. Taper lata) 76% 77% 7HV4 77% j
Iron Trodnvta. .. 47 47S" 47 47%: i
Jmum Ten 24% 2*?% 28% 2H% I
KUv. Kpriac Tire 1?M% 137 137 '
Kelwej Wheel... 70 70 70 TO j
Kfnnecutt Cop.. 30% 31% 30% 31%!
K*r?tn?e Tire... 40% 40% 3i?% 40% |
8* eel 83% 86% 84% 8*1%
Ijm- Tire A Km1?. 3". 3T. Jl% 31%
l^eliigli Valley... 44 44% 41% 41% I
latff. A. M>era pf 1<A% 1<?0% 109% 109^ \
Ix?ft (Inr) 23% 23% 23% 23% ?
I/orlllarrl Co 173 173 173 173 j
Lnrlf ft Naabv.. 110% 110% 110 110 I
Mrtc-kay Coa. pf. 04 64 04 04 j
Mnnati Ht-rar . . 132 132 131 131
Mnrtta Parry 20% 29% 29 29 I
Mai well Motor . 32% 32% 32% 32^ 1
Maxwell l?t pf. B9\ 39% 39 39 !
May Dept. Store* 123 123 123 123
Mny Dept. St. pf 106% 1?6% 106% 106% !
Mex. Petroleum. 19-i 203% 196 203'i t
Mex. Pet. pf.... 102
Miami Copper... 24%
Mid. Htate* 0... 62%
MldraU 8teel.. .. 3<i%
M h 8t L 13
M. St. P. H8M pf 01
MO. K 4 T.saa 0%
Mo. P^. 23%
Mo. Pile. pf.... 41
Mont. Power.... fll%
Mullina Body.... 47% 47% 46 ' 4? "
National Acme . 37 37 37 37
NaL Aalllne 4k G 63% 63% 63'4 63%,
Nat. Aniline pf.. 8*% H8% 9x^4 kh%
Nat. Bacult 119 110 119 119 i
Nat. V. St 8.... 76% 76% 76% 76%
Nat. V. A St. pf 103% 102% 102% 102%
Nat. Conduit.... 10* 10* 10*v 10*
Sat. Enameling. M* 87* M* 88 |
Nntiooal Lead . 80 81 80 81
Nerada Copper.. J?* 18* 18* 18* |
N. T. Central . '88% 89 8s* OS*
N. T. Dock..... 43 48 41 41
NY.. NIL AH. 28 * 28 * 28 20
Nor. A Weat 97 97 90 * 98%
North American. ft5 51 5ft 33
Nor. Pneifle 79* NO* 79* 79*
Nora Icotla gtl. 72 * 71* 72 71*
Ohio Cities Gas. . 47% 47* 48 * 47 i
OkU. Pro 9% 9% 9* 9*
Ontario Mirer... 8* 8* 1* 8*
Otis Blerator... 110% 110% 110* 110%
Otis Steel 18 18* 18* IS*
Pnc. Gaa A Blec. 58* 31* 31* 111*
Pact Ik- MaU IS 18 18 18
Pan Am. Patm. 93 98* U4* IM*I
Pan Am. CI. B . OS* *7 * 93 * 97*
Par. A Blnihm.. 41*- 41* a* 41*
Pennaylvnola ... 42* 42 * 42 % 42*
Pa. Sebd. Bteel. 12 12* II* 12*
Peoples Oas.... 17* 17* M 18%
Pert Marquette. 29 29 28* 2?*
Phi la. Company. 40* 41* 40 % 4f*
Pierce Arrow . .. 71* 74* 72* 74*
Pierce Oil 20* 21 20 * 21
Pierce Oil p?... 08* 08* 03 * 95*
Plttnbnrs Coal.. 81 81* 81 81*
Pitt.. Coal pf... wi* ?i* i*l* 90*
Pitta. Itaal pf.. 94* 94* 94* ?4*
Pitta. A W. Va. M* 28* 2S 28*
I'ood .Creek Caul 23 * 23* 23 * 23*
Preim*. 111. Car 9N% IS* 97% 99*
Pullman Car .... 113% HI* H5* 113*
Pasta Alefre 8. 11 91% 90 91*
B?y. gtl gpr... #8* US* 98* 98%
Bwy. 111. dp. pf. 104* 104* 104* IM*
Bay Con. Copper 21* 2 * 21* 21*
Beadlni Bwy... 7ft* 1 % 73* 7ft*
Heading lat pf.. 13 Ml tt 18
Remington Type. NH* 88* 88* 88*
Iteplogle Bteel. ^ 47 47 47 47
Bap. Iron A StL. 114* 113* 111* >11 ;
Rep. 1. A Ht. pf. 100* 108* 108* 108*
Bep. Motor Tr.. 51* 51*- m* li*
Royal Dutch r.. 107 108 108 108
Bt. Joa*pk Ld.. . 18 18* , M 1814
Rt. L A lan Tr. 17
Bt.. L. A Bwn. pf 21
gaaon Motor.... 21
lieaboard Air L.. 7k
Shall. T. * T... MB
Sinclair Oil Cpn. 44* __
gloaa-Shefleld . . Tl* 78*
,^Mk8g. I**..: IM* m\
Market Quotations
I h, W. B. Hlbfc. * Cfc>
? Op??. High. lam. Claaa.
??WEV 23 S5 s* ?*
?toeeibeif Carb. 7avj 77 ^ j|u 771/
"udabakar Cpa. |??S KIT hU* w
Ktulabakar (If... UNW 1UUV louv luou
?WU Motor 123 ? s JS2 mi
S* toP??r "44 11* 11* 11?
I"*"". ???????*? * W M aoi?
t*>. * p*e tuw h<t u 211 -w
Third At.. Bn, 18 u* " ? Is
Tutau-ro Prud... nu ru #7(4 nuu
I Trana. Cm. 011. 1114 silk so* 30?
)T??. 4WIU... ? ? ?5 Jl>
i Twla City It. Tr U U U u
I J-,*'" MV, Hti M MM
> "?*'Ui* mw
.... .f*c- pf- ?* ??% ?? <i
ltd. Alio/ Ktrrl tut4 30* Ml 50
Ur?? ... mfc iu ma iu
1 nltad Drug Ut St g)k 38 u
1'MllMlr 1*4 1!H}% 1*4 1M%
, fid. Hw?. In*.. 1114 11% M% 11*
J?d H,. I.,, p,. m" iiX
) UM. total I l)lor. 112 K! ?1 ?1%
U. ?. Oaat I. P. 2H4 jflu aii 2I1,
I.1!' T-jf 2* "* "?
U. H. rood I rod. 78 78> TS 71V.
|U. a. Ind. Al... 10** 11#C ion 110
IH' 2- *|pobo1 p'- "?* !?!% joait 10214
!j- *? *?'????? M* 4?t? 'S21? Ms
JO. ?. Kabbar... 13a 180 V* 1Z7U laow
^U. a. Hub. lat pf 110* lltf* uss, 1151,
, ?. ? Smalt. H.f. Tl* Tl* Tl Tl
. U. 8. IItori 10D lot* lOftU loau
10. a. Waal *... 11s* 11.5 m* S55
Utah tapper... 7T* n* 7?* 7?*
\?n.dlum Opa.. 38 M 8;{u 62'.
1 Ja Car Cha?... <w* dj) ?7S <?<?
'?a.-Car C. pf... 112 11] in m
jTulraa Bating.. 27* W 2t? a
Wabaab B. ?... 8 a a ?
[? A.. 28* 3f% 28* 28*
j W aatara Md 11 u 11 n
? Waatarn Par. .. 24* 24 * 24 24
Waatka^. Air Bk 117 117 117 117
) Waathaa. Kl AM. 38 32* AS
f L ? 12* 12* 12* 12(4
, Whlto Motor... B0(4 ?1% suv. ?|*
Wltoa.Oa.pM,,. 7?* 7U^ li% 731
W IHj. Ot.rld .. Ml, 111% m Sl>2
i Wool worth 127* 127'A 127(4 1?7C
Woolworth pt JM* 114* 114* 114ii
Worthlagton P.. la?% !i3^ wu #314
| Wurthlnjlou A.. V*\ ?3%i uf n
Hlfb. tow. Ckw.
, Call Moor/ 13 s 10
1IOI KI.V SAI.KU OK HTOt'kK.
I ?; ?? ?? sao.M" 12 M dMt.aon
1 p. Bm.... 58K,aOU 2 p. Bi.... 0O3.2UO
Wa?kia(tM Stock Eickuf*.
(Purnlshrd br W. B. Hlbba * Ca.>
?A1JM.
Washing toa r.aa Sa. (I.ooo at 8a<,. t.vm
at s?u. ?3U? at ?)i,. |i,iaw at 5*!
laiiltnl Trartloa Sa. tl.OVU at M. $1,001)
at #8. 81,000 at A3. 81.000 at 03.
Capital Trartloa. 10 at 8ti
'0 at 111%. 10 at *1*. 10 at siu.
\ ,? "f J" "'*? w " "?*? 10 at Ml*.
1" at SI*. 10 at 811,. 10 .t 01%, lo at SI*.
After rail?
Capital Traction 5a. fl.TiOO at U3.
H^al ENtate Title lBram^<?*. lu at 83
Capital Traction. 10 at J0?.
Waahlorton <;aa. 'JO at 3u.
PUBLIC UTILITY* BOMis,
Rid. Aaked.
I American Tel. and Tri#a. 7M\ HU'^
Am. Tel. nn<l Telfa. 4V*?... K2 KJ
I Aw. Tel. and Tel. ctl. tr. A KiK Wu !
| Am. Tel. and Tel. <-onr. 6a.. w. loo
i'he?a|?ak^ mxl yuto. Tel. 5a V7
(^apttal Tracti?m R. R. a?... ^1*
?iet?rfetowa u?? ]?t ...
j Metropolitan R. R. 5a.. .;.. oi '
I Fotomar lectrit- Ufbt
Potomac Kleitric cobm. 5*... >?7^4 SO
Potomac Electric Power 6a. . W2 (u
| Pot. Elw. Power O. M. 6a.. 97 uq
WaKhinirtoD (Jan r>t f^ii
Wa?fc. Ray. and Elec. 4a . ...
XS. Rwj . nnd Elec. U. W. 6*> jig
miscellaneoih
D. C. Paper Mff. Co. Ik
Riff* Healtjr 5s tlonf)....... fiivi
Hlff- H^aHr t ?hort)
^ - 4*??ld Htorafe 5a...... yj
PI BLIC I TIUTY 8TOCKH
American Tel. and Tot*. ?hj
| Capital Traction .. ? hh. "a^"
, WaablBf ???n (<aw ...? 49^ ?,
Norr. ? and Wa?h. vjlaabuit. luii
l^aah.'Rwf. and VWv. com.. l? 55"
jUaali. Rwj. a ad Kiec. pf<|., 33,^
national bank
American m 1H0
, Capital ,W
'Columbia jtJ
Commercial \LL
lll.trlrt 174 "
Farmer* and Mechanic*' ??mi 'jim"
rr? ::: IS
laim-oln j^r ??
National Metropolitan 3*1
. J?]"". '? 4A0 '.'.I'J,
1?
?aalilnf too tKi
TBI'KT I'OMPAXT.
American Security and Trust 133
Continental Truat . jj?
Nat. Mavin^a nnd Truat..... 270
Union Trnat *114*4 120"
Wash. Loan and Truat 240 260
MAVING8 BANK.
Commerce m n<l Savings 12
Eaat W'aKiiinxUm jm
U3
?7
24fl
123
Liberty
Merchant*'
12?l
145
Security Kav. and Commer.. 2i*? "**"
J^ereath Street 145
Union t|?? . J.''
United Statea {?
FIRE INSURANCE.
Arlintton 71,
Corcoran
I rirem?-n'H 0, ..v,...! 20 ?
Crrmnn American 4ft
National Union 5^
TITLE INSURANCE.
Columbia 41- ?
Ileal Eatate j?* 0
miscellaneous.
Golnmbia (irapitophone com.. 591'
Ool. Craphophonc pfd uo ~
Chapiu 8a( ks
1 D. C. Piper Mfr. Co 9U
D. C. Paper pfd.. i P9 10;* *
<?reeae-Cananea 33^.
Merchaata' Trana. and Stur. 1U5
Mergenthalor Linotype i?sk
Old Dutch Market com *1^ A
Old Duch Market pfd....... jj ?
L.n?Uin Monotyi?e
Security Htoruire \
Security 8tor. and Safe Dep. i4t?
Wnshinjttnn Market .' ?, 17
?Ex dtvidcud.
12
81* j
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK.
Chira?o. Jan. 13.-UOU8_lto?ll(t, 58.000 1
hl*hrr. Hulk, 14.40al4.70; top. 14.78; brarr
14.3.").i 14:6<i: medium, 14.40al4.65- ll?ht 14 50
nl4.75; light llfht. 14al4.*0; b*arT paokUa
"?w?. amootlt. 18.7Sal4.13; parkin* aowa,
rough. 13.23a 18.73; plga, 18.2Cal4.23. -j
OATTLB?liarrlpt., 28,000, >|<>w Rr.,
atrrr*. ntrdinm and hrarv. rbolrr and prim.
18.23al0.73; mrdlttni aad good, 11 23a 1M -
"*h*' "?* ??<1 rholrr'
14n 18. nO; common and medium. 8 25al4*
butcher cattle, helfem. 6.50al4.78; cow.
a 18.50; canner* \nd cnttera. 5.25a6.50-' real
calrea. 15.50a 1^: feeder ateera, 7 75a*i?50*
Ktockera ateera. 6.75a 10.90. * j
.,Hi'.,t,oI^R'rt!P"- J*000' Lamba.
17.35*19.75; cnll? and common, u 75al6.75
ewA. medium and rood. ?al2; cui?, U
* ommon. 4.25a8.50. , W M
J
equitable"
CO-OPERATIVE BUILDING
ASSOCIATION
Orannlard tan.
40th YEAH COMPI.RTBd.
Aaaata. >1 Bgl >t? at
??????? ?i.<wSa?JJ
Greatest Accoaplklmei
Throuth Systematic
Sarinf.
w,Bt to accompllah
anythlnc worth while In aav
ihri"uiuErr?Twtlc*,iy- ?,oiB
RobarHptlwB. |w tka
78th Issue of Stock
Man Rrcrind
Stares, $2.50 Per
MaatL
4 Per Cent Interest
EQUITABLE BUILDING
MS F ST. N. W.
injjw jot BiMoa.
PHA?K P. VtCEHI
! POLITICAL MEN
FORGET TRADE
U. S. Balance of Four Bil
lions Must Be Consid
ered, Says Holland.
Although in the busineaa world the
! anxiety Is great iMt a delay In the
' ratification of the peace treaty furnish
| an obetaefs which will atand ' to the
!way of the greater development of
American international trade, yet the
? observation has been made here that
in the various addresses made at
.Washington and elsewhere which
, have the political campaign of the
summer and fall In view, hardly any
1 mention was made of the importance
I of treaty ratification to American
business and industrial life. So alao
? none of the speakers or writers of
either party spoke of the pre-eminent
'need of measures for maintain lag our
foreign trade.
Farelga Kiekaate I soared.
So It is aometiinea assumed that
many of each party who are now tak
ing active part in the prednrtnary
politics of the Presidential campaign
I do not realise that to the business,
'and industrWI world protection and
the increase of our international trade i
is regarded as possibly the most im
portant issue.
j A trade balance favorable to thel
! United States for the entire year 1! 19.
>if an estimate be made of Deeemb^r.
may reach the amasing figure oft
' I4.00c.000.000.
Big Debt a Oatataodl**.
Settlement of it must come and the
wonder ia how ahall that settlement
be made. For unless this trade bal
ance l>e liquidated, or in other worda
i if our merchants and manufacturers
who are producers of metals and oil
snd cotton goods and other msBiufac
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
or THK
MERCHANTS BANK. OF
WASHINGTON, D. C. j
At Wnahlagrtoa, la the Dtatriet of
C olumbia, at the elaae of baalaesa
Uerraber SI. (gift.
RU0OIBCE8.
1. Ixian? and di?<-otint?. lnclad
ioc rHIwuaBbi $1.298.MS 79
2. Overdraft*. lanunl...,. 9.910.94
3. L\ K. government securities
owned:
d War saving* rertiScales
nod thrift ?tamfw.?... 5.637.*?]
4. Bund*. *e<uritiea. etc.. other
than I'. K.. lDriudiag pre
mium on Name 54.TiOe.ns j
7. Furniture and A* tare* 2.900.00
8. Other real eatate owned... 177.SOO.UO
0. a Dae from na
tional bank*. . 9S7.267.73
c I Hie from all
other baak*. S 210.4,-.
lft .. , ? 70.47*. 18
10. r.i change* for clearing
](| "|j ]|
11. Check* a ad other ra*h Item* 5 996 Wl
12. fath ia malt 242.imn.22
14. Building accouat.. I9s! 797.70
Total . 92.0us.aas.i:
LOABIUTIgS. ?
IS. Capital stock paid in /99o0.non.on I
IS. Surpla* fund / 75.ono.q9.
17 Indlrided proftt* ' 22.023.?|
120. I>ue to trnwt companies a ad '
waving* haaka '*0.19
21. Certified check* 26 447.13
! 22. Cashier* a check* ont*tand
ing i9.TlS.73
Demand depoaits (deposit*
payable within 90 days):
23. Indlvidnal depoaita subject
to check 1.961. 914.39
24. CertiOcate* of depoait due
in lea* than 90 day* (other
than for money borrowed > 2.000.00
27. Divideada unpaid....- 0.>>90.00
Total demand deposit*.
Item* 21. 22. 23. 24
and 37 91.10a 114.?>
Time depoaita (payable af
ter 90 day*, or subject to
9"? day* or more notice!:
29. CertiUrate* of depoait (other
than for money borrow
ed! 72.s3a.er.
32. Other time deposit* 177.250.*5
Total of time depoaita.
Item* 2U and
32 ..9249>7K90
Christmas Banking Clab... 7.g7o.:j
95. Bill* payable, including
certificates of depoait rep
resent in* money borrowed 190.000.99 j
96. Liabilities other than tboae
above atated: Payable (de
ferred paymeat on real
e*tate) 109.300.00
Total 92.009. 999. 13
District of Columbia. City of Washington. **:
I. ERNEST K. HERRELL. CashWr ef the
above-aajned bank, do *olemnly a near that}
the a bore ctatemeat I* tree to the bent of J
my knowledge and belief.
Bit NEST K. RERDELU Cashier.
Bnb*cribed >\^d nwom to before me this
12th day of January. 1030. ^
(Seall. HARRY J. DONOC.HCE
Notary Public.
Correct?Atteat:
IVter A. Drury. Harry R. Carroll.
J. Ernest Mitchell. Joseph A. Berberl.h,
Barry Bulkier. Gu*tav Bochholx.
O. T. Wright. A. E. Beltaell.
Michael J. Kenne. Loland 8. Bobbin*.
Director*.
1 II '
tared artlcfea. to aay nethl*, of food
? paid. then In do* -time airy wlU
?m polled to rdfoee la eeU "
Now th? wonder la whether the ???
it win not be compelled by the
Ijr to Btro farther >U la one
? oe that the tateraa
>-Trrr of nearly 14.KM -
br ao much of It aa rasalne un
paid can be Uauldated.
V . HOLLAMD.
BANK CLEARINGS.
Jtew Vet*. J.a ft.?The ku
here tod*/ *m fn.ITT.BT.
? iANt STATEMENTS.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
or
The Continental Trust
Company,
At WaahUtdea. la the Dtetrtet of
Celaaibla, at the ehu e( bwalM
December SI. UM.
2- Owdrafte. oaaecored
I. r. ?. rover*Bret aerurul..
"?el:
e Caplrdfed ... 24.800.00
d W ? r ?.vla?. '
?erttlkratea a ad
thrift ataapa. 419.28
Total 17. I. itmaant
?rrurttle.
* a Head.. aerarl
tlra.etr. otiirr
tkaa V. ?.. la
? ladlac pre
dion. on aaair tan.no
b otirr *
aeroj* poatal
??vlaaa d e ?
C 044.11
Tata! bneda aerarltle.
other tkaa L. T25.tT4.S7
ft. Stnrka, la< ludlaff prewlam ao
a*nie m NT< 7ft
Mark to Federal Ueaerrr
Bank Xa.Oaa.OO
8. Raaktac kooar. leaarfcold.... 28.828.42
7. Furniture and Bxtnr* ~ 21.u4.vlQ
8. Other real eetatr u.ard 5.976.21
9. a Due final aa
tlooal haak. . KCT.ftft4.05
b Due from Pad.
e r a I Keeerre
kaaka ft40.9B2.2S
r t>ae from all
otlier baaka.. ?4.oi4.T7
8T2 4*1 10
la. Exchange. for rlrarlac booae (:.?(?
11. t'kerk. and other raak I tram 5.037 a*
12. Coah la rault 17* 1M.8K
14. Otker Aaaeta:
Accrued latereat on liberty
4.918. K? I
latrraal rereaoe .tamp ar
??"??t aan.au I
Cu.tomer.' liability oa ac
tvpuncn 9nn.0u0.00
l'u?t imfw' liability on let
ter? of credit 2 500 00
*?*?* W.W'SIH*
LI AR1LITIEH.
15. Capital stork paid la $1,000,000.00
10. Horpiii? fun.l 1UO.OOO.OO j
IT. Undivided profit* 135 079.21
18. AboudI reserved for tax**
accrued ir.00U.9i*;
19. Amount rf?rvpd for all in
terest agreed 1.%,000.00 I
30. a Doe to aa
ti<?al backs $ 132 923 0*
e Doe. to State
aid prtrate
b a n k a and
banker* 234.595.14
d Due to treat
companies and
Having* baak?. S8.0KT.fiT
441 .'4*6 47
21. 4>rti6ed rhffk* 12.947.97
22. Caahier'a checks outstand
ing 94.270.37
DemnnH deposit* tdepualt*
payable aithia 9U day*):
2S. Individual depo?it* a?b}ect
24. Certificate* of depo?lt due in
leaa than 90 day* (other
than for mower borrowed) TI__
27. IMTid<-?d* aapaid 2 065.50
28. Other demand depuaiU
Fiduciary fuada 11.7T9.27
Total demand depoait* Item*
21. 22. 23. 24. 27 and
38 f3.2M.S27.2K
Time depoait* I payable after
30 day* or *uh>ct to 3M
day* or more not toe?:
29. Certiorate* of d*>po*it* iother
than for money borrowed t 8C.902.8I
31. Poatal saving* deposit* 29.h23.74
32. Other time deposit*. sar?n?? 591.193.07
Total of time depo*tt*. Item*
29. 31 and 32 96*3.921.44
33. I'nited 8tate* dep<>Kita (other
than poatal saving*):
Of Philippine fund* 200.00n.un
35. pill* payable 722.000.00
38. 1.1 a bill tie* other than thoae
above stated:
fat-oroe tax collected 302.84
Individnal liberty loan ac
<"?>oat 42 504.28
Liability to customer* on lib
erty bond* aold 2.058.48
Acceptance* and commercial
rrrdlta 900.000.00
Liability on letter* of credit 2.500.00
87. Liabilltie* for redi*coaata. . 100.300.09
Total $8 090.318 38
Di?trirt of Colombia. City of Waahlngton. a*:
I. CHARLE8 W WARDEN. Vice Preai
drnt of the above named bank, do aolemnly
swear that the abnre statement la true, to
the bc*t of ray knowledge and belief.
CHARLES W. WARDEN.
Vlca President.
Subscribed and iwnra to before me thia
9th day of Janoary. 1920.
(Heal) RCC.H W. HARR Notary Public.
Correct?At teat:
?!*Y T. SCOTT.
JAMB* La. KARR1CK.
DWliiHT T. RCOTT.
i. H. RADEN.
L. C. 8TRIDER
Director*.
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laoootr tat acrobat ....... 4401
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PRUDENTIAL OIL j
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DIVIDENDS 12% i
Pfcaar ar WHtr
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SAFEGUARDING
SAFEST INVESTMENT
It la a generally r^moliwl
"act that llret art tho
?afeat Investment in tho world. I
Wo would like to oond you our
now tv>oklot triune of tho many
?af'ruard" wr have placed around
OI R ?r*t mortea*e olx par cont
note*, which we bellevo make
eecurlty doubly oocure and which
ronoUtuto the chief roaaona for
our record of fifty yeara without
looo to an lnreator.
Swartzell, Rheem
& Hensey Co.
TZT 13th Mmf H.W.
A Limited Amount of tb? 7% Cnilatin Preferred Stock of the
Wardman Park Hotel, Inc.
4 Incorporate* l ader (bt l?wa a# the Mate af Virgtali)
If Offered to tke PaUk at Par, $100 Per Skut
AnthorUrd Capital
T
Cumulative dividends of 7%, payable semi-annually, on the first day of January
and July of each year.
Redeemable at the option of the corporation in whole or in part at $105 per share
and accrued dividends.
THE WARDMAN PARK HOTEL is the newest and largest hotel in Washing,
ton, probably the largest south of New York. It is impossible, however, to supply
the demand for its accommodations.
Only one-half of the authorized preferred stock has been isaaed and only s lim
ited amount is offered.
Controlled by the WARDMAN ORGANIZATION, which bears an unques
tioned record of so years of success without loss to any who have invested in its
enterprises.
OWICBRS! DIRKCTOR*.
Harrr Pml4nl Hairy Wntan c. *>kaw< Pill*
Tkw. P. Bone*, Vie* PrnUnl Immr* D. Habfca U*n4 I. stark
Jmwrm D. Habha. :>l Vic* Pr?a. aad Treaa. tVi*. p. M. KlMfr D?i
Hatkrrt R. (tatatrr, Srrrrtary HiMwl ?- Qalatrr Manasar)
\ Subscriptions Received at the Office of
? HARRY WARDMAN i
Wardman Build**, 1430 K Stmt N. W. Waafctfte*, D C
The legal detail* af this lesae have We a ti aaaa l>7
Daalel Tfcew Wrigkt, af Wa?Mait?. D. C.

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