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" The World
Finance
Stock Market Seemed Divided
Between Two Opinions.
MONEY REMAINED WEAK
S:ne Hope of Hrlief Frsm Treasury
Department.
EXPECTED BANK STATEMENT
f
Interest in the Investig-ation of the
Union Pacific b~ the Interstate
Commerce C:ininiE?ioii.
Special Dispatch to The Star.
NEW TOrtK, November 10.?Today's
stock m:irket vacillate! between the re. .og
nlied wf;ik money market situation on the
one hand and the belief on the rther that
the Secretary of the Treasury would soon
announce Me further measures looking to
the relief of the monetary situation. Conse
quently the dealings were in sma!> volume
and w< re productive, generally syie.^Wng,
of limited .-.no irregular resu.tM. A g.iou <le\i
of disappointment was manifested previous
to the otseulnj of business at the absence
of any definite intelligence from Washing
ton with regard to Secretary Shaw's inten
tions. No word being received from that
quarter discussion shifted to the outlook
r the weekly hank statement.which it was
commonly expected wou'xl make a poor ex
hibit. some of the forecasts pointing to an
other de.'lcit In reserve.
American stocks were exceptionally heavy
In the London stock market, a clrcumstancs
which carried additional weight on account
of the generally depressed f>t,ate o. senti
ment.
Washington advices to the effect that the
pnmmprcf> oumnripRinn rontpm
plated a rigid investigation of the affairs of
the 1'nion 1'aejflc system attraotei some at
tention, hut the securities more directly
concerned moved in common with the mar
ket at large.
Other relatively active railway stocks
were Reading, Atchison, New York Central
and Northern Pacific. Wide and erratic
fluctuations were again observed in the last
named stoc k.
Big Deficit Shown.
The local traction stocks together with
the industrial and miscellaneous issues,
showed the same general tendencies which
Ttvark^fl lh#? lipnlirLfirs in the railway list.
United States Steel, common, and Amalga
mated Copper furnished the bu":k of the
transactions in their department of the
market.
The loss in actual cash set forth In the
bank statement was far in excess of the
highest of the preliminary estimates
amounting to $8,830,000. The loan account
showed, on the other hand, the large cur- |
tailment of $7.2!12.<KO. the third consecutive j
reduction in that item since the advance j
In the Bank of England's discount rate.
The changes in actual cash and in loans
were fairly well reflected in the deposit
account, which was reduced J17.0C0.000. Sur
plus reserves fell J4..VEI and .the state
ments sets forth a deficit below the law
ful reserve figures of tl.514.000. In the
mrresnnnilinir week of last Year a deficit of
was shown. In 1JX>1 there was a
surplus of $8.8D4,0UD. and in 1903 a surplus
of iiUis.aio.
The ouuket rallied upon the appearance
ofTyie bank statement, but developed re
newed Irregularity when Secretary Shaw's
statement was made public. H'.S denial
that he had in mind any further steps to
relieve the money market was made with
ome reservation, but apparently Wall
#treet need not expect any early assistance
from treasury operations.
New York Stock Market.
FvrnLthed by W. B. Hibbs & Co.. bankers
and brokers. 141!> F street, members New
York ?tock exchanee. Washington stock ex
change and Chicago board of trade.
Open. Hi^h. Low. Close.
Amal. Copper 110% 111 110* 110*
Am. Car and Kdry... 43 43* 43 43*
A. C. and F.. pfd lot 101 101 101
Am. Ice Securities... ?>* ?>* ?>* 8B%
Am. Locomotive 712* 72* 72* 72*
Am. Locomotive, pfd. 110* lll>* lli>* llt>*
Am. Smelting 153* lM* 1X1* 1.1:1*
Am. Smelting, pfd... 117\<? 117* 117* 117*
Am. Tob.. pfd 99* '.*>* 99% !W*
Anaconda 288 2t?* 207 107*
A.. T. and S. F 98* 98* 98* 98*
A.. T. and S. F.. pfd. 101* 101* 101* 101*
Aiiamii i.uasi i. int..
Baltimore and Ohio..
Brook. Rapid Transit
Canadian Pacific
C.. C.. C. and St. L-.
Chesa and Ohio
Chi.. Mil. and St. P..
Chicago and N.W
Col. Fuel and Iron...
Consolidated Gas
Dela. and Hudson
Erie, com
Erie, 1st pfd
Erie. I'd ptd
General Klectric
Great Nor., pfd
Greene Copper
Illinois Central
? ?"*
118
118
lot l?>t
117% n?%
78
78
77% 77%
174%
175
174 174
#114
!il\
' >i% oi%
53
53
.->3 53
171
171 %
170% 170*
21**,
21*1%
21*)% 21)0%
51%
51%
5 .* 51%
13HV
13X%
138% 138%
21)1
21K
215% 215%
43
43%
42% 4.1
7?%
7<Hi
7<>% 76%
?7%
07%
?7% ?7%
173
173
173 173
322%
322%
320% 320%
25%
25%
S% 25%
1 *3
173
-.3 173
Interboro Metrop....
Interboro Met.. pfd.
K. C". Southern, pfd.
Louisville and Nash.
Mexican Central
M., K. and T.. com..
M K. and T.. pfd ..
Missouri Pacific
National Lead
New York Central..
N. Y.. Ont. and W..
Norfolk and West...
37
37
3fi%
17
77
7il%
76%
51)
5X%
r?H
14.",
142%
142
142%
Si
2.1
22%
22%
34%
34%
34%
34%
?U
?a>
?KI
<K>
93 <4
03%
i?2%
92%
75%
Ii>%
75
75
12J0*
12HV4
127%
128
45%
45%
!?%
at1*
!WVi
03%
i^ormerii ruunc
Pa?-. Mail Steamship.
Pennsylvania R.R....
People's Gas of Chi..
Rwy Steel Sprif. Co.
Reading
Rep. Steel and Iron..
Rep. S. and I., pfd...
Rock Island, com
Rock Island, pfd
kL.xM....'. t? ...in..
22VV) -J. 1 '1II) Z2?
:t7 37 M '??
139% 1.W4 K?Vi i:?14
80% 80% ??% ??%
5a 38* 52 52%
!? ? 14*% 144%
:?% 35% 3.-.% 35%
S*7% !>7% 07% ?7%
28% 28% 27% 27%
(M ?C ?6 tW
Southern Railway
Southern Hwy.. pfd..
Texas Pacific
Tol.. St. U and W...
T.. S. L. and W.. pfd
Union Paoitic
IT. S. Hu'.ibrr
U. S. Rubber, pfd
?. 8. Steel
U. 8. Steel, pfd
Va.-Car. Chora. Co...
WabaHlt. pfd
Western I'nion
Woolen Goodg
" * 7?
32%
' 71
X!%
(?1
32%
Ol
32%
95
06
go
95
3?i%
:w%
35%
35%
35
as
35
35
V,v
i'.S
53%
53%
!*- %
182%
181
181%
4!t
VJ
49
19
lo#%
107
107 S
40%
4?%
4?%
4fi%
104%
1115
1<H%
104%
37
37
37
37
41%
42%
42%
42%
85%
85%
85*
85%
HI
31
30
30(4
BONDS
Am. Toh. t's 78* 7?* 78* 78*
U. S. SU-vl 5? !)?* 98* : (% 'J8
OoTernment Securities.
BU A?(*d.
t p*r emu. rrclstnvd. 1M0.T: 1<MV4 103
X iwr cwit*. 1930 104V.1 IOCS
3 prr cent*. mrlntM-rd. 1'jOK 18 103 llltu
2 per (' 'I;Th. nnqmua, 1908-18 100 I0SV4
~ prr tun. roupm*. small 1!KM-18. 102"4
* prr rrutm. rrslntwrd, 1907 102 102*
4 per cent*, ctMtpnn*. IWT 1(J2 IU2%
4 p?* mill. rr*Uttr*d. 1WS5 I30ty 131
4 prr rvnt?. coupon*. 1025 IS04 131
IMMrtrt of Columbia 3.63?. I*?4... lift
4 prr r??t?. I'blllpi'lnr, 1914-34.... IOC .....
t p*T ffnn, r**Uter?l. Panama 10?H 1Q6S
1 prr emu. roupoM. Puuu 104V? 10SH
Bank Statement.
pin if. UIT tt.0tU.8OO
Swrr><-<. 1m? l\ a.. d?c 3.213.SW
7.202.700
<U?- 5.848.M0
_?1 tender. d?- 2.UM2..-.00
Drpoalts. Jr.- 17.069.900
CtmUtloa. lnc 1,910.700
nMMU* ?? ",S H U- a *
Iwring "te' "** ^ * ??;
cSSS'stST*.:: ^ i?5 ?5 J&
ii* ii* Ji* P
|S %?? -'
SST'o- .-.:::;. 3?* ST Sfc 5fc
of
and Trade
, ?
NEW YORK COTTON.
NEW TORK. November 10.?The cotton
market opened barely stendy nt a decline
of Hal.'i points, and sold off to a net decline
of lujLlil points on the active months under
hear pressure and liquidation, attracted by
lower cables, good weather and bearish
; crop estimates. Around 0.43 for January
j and 9.63 for March there was enough cov
' prl nc for ni'Ar t h<* vpoL-.?nH r-nao o mllv
of 3 or 4 points, tut there seemed to be
no buying of consequence for long account.
Trading was fair y active.
Cotton futures closed steady. Closing bids:
Ncrember, 9.39; December, 9.3S; January,
9 45; February, 0.51; March, 9.65; April, 9.71:
May, 9.7B; June, 0.83; July, U.85. Spot closed
quiet; middling uplands, 1Q.10; middling
gulf, 10.35; no rales.
Rs;imated receipts of cotton at the ports
today, 05.UX) hales. against 39.839 last week
and 30.312 Just year. For the week, 41O.A0O
bales, against 4ZJ,S45 last week and 391.919
last year. Today's receipts at New Orleans,
lti.131 baies, aga;:ist 13.563 last year, and
at Houston 15.103 baies, against 15,411 last
.? cai.
Today's Cotton Summary.
Fiirr.lafcr^J |.r I)irk Bros. * Co.. 1412 H ?t. 0.1
rhonrn .tfain iJHutiWl.
NEW YORK COTTON.
! ? , Open. Hl.-b. Low.
Drcrmher 9.4l> 0.43 ?.3H
January 0.45 9.53 9.4.1
>tar? !i D CS 9.71 0X.4
9.77 U..S4 9.75
i Jnl* 9.83 9.90 9.85
NEW ORLEANS COTTON.
[ ? Ojr?. Illib. Ixw. 11 a.m.
Der?ni?*r 0.4:4 9.48 9.42 9.42
Jannxrv 9.51 9.5k 0.34 9.30
I M?rrh 9.US 9.72 9.118 9.7(4
i May l>.?3 0.8a 9.8a 9.S3
Liverpol Prices.
LIVERPOOL., Nov*?mber 10.?Cotton, spot
! in fair demand; prices easier; American
: middling fair, 6.0i; good middling, S.fti;
middling. 5.30;; low middling, 5.32; good
j ordinary, 4.1X?; ord nary. 6.72. The s^les of
the day wt re 7,00i) ba'.es, of which 500 were
for specu:a!lon and export, and included
5,000 American. Receipts, none. Futures
opened and closed easy. C osing: November,
5.?!; November-December, 5 1G%; Decem
ber-January, 5.16; January-February, 5.1fSV4;
February-March, 5.1?Vi; Mirch-Aprll, 5.22;
Aprl'-May. 5.24'4; May-June. 5.27; June
July, 5.2SH4; July-August, 5..'tlVi.
Grain and Provisions Summary.
CHICAGO, November 10.?<!raln:
Onrii. IIJ'h. !/hv. C'ojie.
Wheat?De<- 7.VA 7SC, 72!fc 72-t
\l^? TO 1 / TUi/ TTM/ TT:U
** J ""7* "'72 "/4 74
Corn?Do** 42<-V? 42H 42& 42^4
May 43%-% 4.4% 4** 4.:%
Oata-rw 34% 34% 34* 34%
May 35%-% 33% 35 35%
CHICAGO, November 10.?I'rovisJQbit:
Oi?eii. Hiih. Low. Cloae.
Itn.k T.n 111? II Or II 1>) 1 ? 14
I um?nan I f. i l n.i? it. i*.
Mar 14.:#) 14.35 14.25 14.25
L?rtl?Jan 8.42 8.47
Mar 8.5J 8.50 8.43 8.45
Klbs- J:in 7.<iJ
Mar........ 7.73
THE BALTIMORE MARKETS.
Special Dispatch to The Star.
BALTIMORE. M&r. Not?bwt 10.?WHEAT?
Steady; si*>t. contract. 73%a73%; spot. No. 2 red
western. 7ti%a70,J4; November. 73%a73%; Decem
ber. 74%a75; Slearner No. 2 red. 67%a<>7%; re
ceipts, 22.00U bushels; southern on grade. 67%a74.
CORN?Steady; spot, old. 50,4a50%; new. 49,/ia
40%; NoTember, old. 50tta504fc; n-w. 4?^a49%;.
i year. 48a48V*; January. 47^.847^: February. 47%;
1 steamer mixed. 47%a47%; receipts. 41.841 bush
els; exports. 128.571 bushels; new southern white
i corn. 42^a4!) 14; new southern yellow corn, 42^a
40 V?
OATS?Firm; No. 2 white. 3?M,a40; No. 3 white.
38a39; No. 2 mixed. 38a3HV&; receipts, 18,313
[ bushels.
RYE?Firm; No. 2 western, domestic, 75; re
ceipts. 0.018 bushels.
I HAY?Firm, unchanged.
CiRAIN KKKlGHTSi-StPadv. DBchanirml
CURB QUOTATIONS*
Furnished by E. R. Chapman fc Co. (G. B. Chip
man, manager), members New York stock exchange.
iwui r st. ??.w.
British CM. Topper....
Chicago Snbway
Cumberland Ely
Greene Copper
Green? Gold-Silver
Mlcmac (tol;l
Mitchell Mining
Nevada Smelt. & Mines.
Nevada-l't ah
Orx-n.
Illsh.
I-otr.
Clow.
14*
14*~
14
14
52
r.2
52
52
12%
12*
12%
12%
25 Mi
25 U,
25^
231^
2
O
??
2
<?,
r,V4
BK,
?*
Si
ft
a
4%
?*
4H
*Vi
"1%
72
71*
Tltt
London Closing Stocks.
LONDON, November 10, 1 p.m.
Consols for money ?G 3-1G
Consols for aeeonnt
Anaconda 13%
Atchiaou : 1<^ #
Atchison pfd 1W%
Baltimore and Ohio 121
Canadian Pacific
Chicago Gmt Western ,. IS
Cfaicito. Milwaukee and St. Paul 17T?
De Beerm 20%
Denver and Rio Grande 40^
Denver ant! Rio Grande pfd 86 ^
Krle 44'4
Krle 1st pfd 77%
Brie 2d pffl . <WVi
Illinois Central 17S
Ijouhrville and Nashville.. .. 14<*
Missouri. Kansas and Texas 34%
Sew York Central 181
Norfolk snd Western 93%
Norfolk aud Western pfd 03
Ontario and Western 401*
Pennsylvania 73V?
Hand Mines 6*4
Readin? 74?%
Southern Railway 33%
Southern Railway pfd ,... 98
Southern Pacific 94%
t'nlon Pacific 187%
I I t>.,.l<|n .vM -
I'nlted State* Steel 47%
I nitial States Steel pfd 103
Wabash 21
Wahatb pfd " 44
Spanish Four* 95
Bur silver, steady. 152 13-lOd. per ounce.
Money, 5Vi?5^ per cent.
Th? rate of discount in the open market for short
billa ia 0 per cent.
Th? rat?? of discount In the open market forJhree
munths Mils is 5%afi per cent.
New York Money.
NEW YORK. November 10.?Money on
call nominal no loans. Time loans very
strong: *> days. 7 to 8 per cent; !K> days.
7 to 7V? per cent: six months, ii% to tlH
per cent.
MORE THAW TROUBLES.
Petition to Have William Declared an
Habitual Drunkard.
A dispatch from Pittsburg says: The
courts of Allegheny county have been asked
to declare?William Thaw. ? vmnr nonh?m
and companion of Harry Kendall Thaw, an
habitual drunkard, and relatives of the
young man ask that his large estate be
placed in the hands of a trustee. It being
alleged that he Is unable to take care of his
own afTalrs. He is said to be worth $2,
500,000.
A. C. Johnston has een appointed by
Judge Marshall Brown to take testimony
in the case.
Those making the application to have
William Thaw declared unable to manage
hts estate are hts mother, Bllxabeth Dohr
mann Thaw, ai?d his sister. Mrs. Burn
Collins, and her husand, Henry L. Collins.
Every possible effort has been made by
those interested to keep the matter from
the pu-blic. but the case became known
touay wnen me e*try was discovered cn
the docket. So anxious was Thomas M.
Marshall. Jr.. counsel for Mrs. Elizabeth
Thaw, to keep the matter secret that he
had the case numbered 819%, probably In
order that no interest should -be aroused
by the missing of a whole number from
the docket. He then had a space reserved
for the case at some future time and se
creted the papers.
William Thaw Is a son of the late Wil
liam Thaw. Jr. who was one of the sons
of the original William Thaw by his first
marriage. Harry Kendall Thaw, now
held in New York to answer for the kill
ing of Stanford White, is a son of ttie
first William That* by his second wife,
who is still living, and tie is. therefor a.
an uncle of William Thaw. Uncle and
nephew are nearly the same age.
The relatives of WHtha TJai set forth
in the petition that he enjoys an income
of about f&.000 a year, wi-i a reserve
fund of >100,000 to -draw upon, besides ail
estate of a value not given. A. rough es
timate places the whole estate of the
young man at (2,300,000.
LOCAL FINANCIAL HEWS.
The attendance at today's session of the
stock exchange was not very large, either
of members or of spectators, and the mem
of rs present aia noi seem u> nave very
much business to transact. At least they
did not do-it if they had it. The volume of
the current transactions was mall.
Even gas stock, which for the past two
days has been an active and a buoyant fea
ture of the dally trading, was today neg
lected and the sales that were made were
below the highest level reached yesterday.
The offerings were on a lower level, but no
effort was made to And out how much stock
was to be had at such figures.
The movement In that security seems to
have come to an -end for the present at
least. The -general condition no donbt has
some influence on the business of the ex
change, Just as It has in other centers.
Money rates are higher in New York and
me Dank statement lor me wet* just enaea
It -not looked upon as specially favorable.
A condition of that kind always affects the
local market and reduces the amount of
dealing in the securities listed on the ex
change.
There was nothing of consequence done
in the case of the street railway stocks,
which are the principal traders on the list.
Some of the bonds of the Washington Rail
way and Electric 'Company were taken at
XT%. but the order for them- was filled af
ter a few lot* had been secured and then
the bid Teceded to 87%, with the offering a
quarter of a point In advance.
Today's Government Keceipta.
National bank notes received today for re
demption, $3S0.183; government receipt?
from Internal revenue. $1,154,763; customs,
$1,017,242: miscellaneous, $J6,747; expendi- -
tures. $1,770,000.
Washington Stock ISxcliange.
Sales.?Regular call. 12 o'clock noon?Washington
Rwy. and Klec. 4a. $1,000 at 87V*. $1,000 at t>7V*,
$1.1100 at 87V*. $.">00 at tu%.
Washington Rwy. and Elec. pfd., 10 at 89. 2 at
80 y4.
Washington Gas. 20 at 59, 15 at 59. 25 at 59%.
2T, at 5.?V*. 25 at 59% (buyer 00), 25 at 5l>%. 25
at 88%.
Mersenthaler Linotype, 10 at 205.
National Cltv Bank. 5 at 130.
After call?Washington Itwy. and Elec. 4a, $1,000
at 87V*.
Washington Gas. 25 at 58%.
GAS BONDS.
Bid. Asked.
Washington Gas 4s 102% 104
Washington Gas cert. Os 108
RAILROAD BONDS
Capital Traction 4s 105V*
Anacostia and Potomac 5s 101
City and Snburban 5s 102
Columbia 5s 104Vi
Columbia ('? 109% 110^
Metropolitan 5s 11 '5%
Metropolitan Ga. II 100
Washington Rwy. and Elec. 4s 87% 87%
MISCELLANEOUS BONDS.
V. S. Elee. Lt. deb. Us ^^... 100
IT. S. Elec. Lt. cert. Gs 100
Potomac Eleo. Lt. 5s 105%
Nor. and Wash. Steam!?oat 5s 107 107%
Ch?sa|>eake and Potomac Tel. 5s... 101% 105
Washington Market 0s 100
PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS.
Capital Traction 143% 144
Washington Rwy. and Elec. com.... 38% 39%
Washington Kvvy. and Klec. pfd.... 88% 80
Nor. auO Wash. Steainlioat 275 2fc0
Washington Gas 50% 59%
Georgetown Gas, 65 .....
Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone 50 58
TYPE MACHINE STOCKS.
Srrgen thaler Linotype 204 204%
I.anston Monotype 14% 14%
MINING STOCKS.
Greene Copper....<- 25% 25%
Mitchell .' 5% 0
NATIONAL BANK STOCKS.
American 170
Capital 175
Central 340
City 139
Columbia 290
1uu Oin
ici ?iv
Firmrrs and Merbanlcs' 318
Lincoln 130
Metropolitan 315 335
Rlgffs GOO 660
Second 145 ISO
Traders' 150
Washington 5.">0
TRUST COMPANY STOCKS.
American Security and Trust 270 300
National Safe 188 190
I n ion Trust 140 141%
Washington Loan and Trust 218 222
Union Trout Rights...~ 8 ti
SAVINGS BANK STOCKS.
Home Savings 275 ....
In ion Savings 2!H) ' ....
Washington Savings 124 ....
FIRE 1NSURANCB STOCKS.
Arlington 32 ....
Columbia... r. 10 11 \
Commercial..... 5
Firemen's 23% 26
Corcoran 72 ....
Frnntelin 56 ....
florin-in A tiiprii*:lll .
Metropolitan.... ? . ?7
National I'nion 1\&
People's (?
rote inac 2*5
Btggft 8
T1TLK IXSIKAXCE STOCKS.
Col urn Ma 4
Ueal Estate K
MI SO KI .LAN ICO L'S STOCKS.
S. r. Service Corp HO
iirnphoMlioiie f-om 40
G radiophone pfil Wl
Security Storage 1.j0
Washington Market 20
Fidelity Storage 110
BULLS UNO BEARS
Special Dispatch to Thp Star.
NEW YOKK. November 10.?Bankers who
have been watching closely the movement
of currency from fjew York to we/tern
points are confident mat irom mi a lime on
the movement will be from the interior to
New York and i.-? a steadily increasing vol
ume. The head of a large coaiml sijn house
who discussed the monetary Fitua'ion some
what in detail yesterday with s;veral promi
nent bankers is of the opinion that this
movement alone will furnish substantial re
lief to monetary conditions to New York.
He believes also that the payments which
will be made by western mercantile houses
during the present month for merchandise
purchased several months ago will also be
a factor in the local money market.
*
* *
In addition to this, stock market interests
who have generally received direct intima
tions In advance are confident that Secre
tary Shaw will naturally furnish relief to
the money market within the next week or
ten days. It is understood that a large
commission house, which has always kept
in close touch with Washington, believes
that early next week, perhaps Monday,
the Secretary will announce his intention to
oKmit SJ/l <MVl I V 'iI r\t tli ck afivorn nftn f
I CUCCill nwuuv y U'.KVII*
4s, maturing next year, about which so
much has been said.
? *
* #
Of course, it is pointed out. If money sud
denly becomes materially easier here gold
shipments to Kurope would be probable. A
well-informed railroad man. who is fa
miliar with the requirements for money at
the western centers, is of the opinion that
an attempt will be made to keep money
during the next few weeks at about 0 per
cent, and by doing thia he believes that
gold exports will be obviated. There is a
strong suspicion that the high rates Cor
money recently have been due as much to
manipulation as to actual conditions.
Large borrowers of money at Pitt3burg
are of the opinion that the supply there is
increasing and there were more offerings
by banks yesterday than at any time since 1
the stringency began to be felt. Demands !
for manufacturing and commercial pur
poses are large a?d the banks have beer,
well loaned up. It Is stated that sonn offer
ings In Pittsburg have been made by coun- j
try banks, which appear to have an abun- |
dant supply of cash. The fact that money |
is scarce In other financial centers and Is
becoming more plentiful In Pittsburg Is one
of the peculiarities of the existing situa
tion that Is not explained.
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Vice President George J. Gram.-ner of the
New York Central llnej has completed his
annual estimate of the output and value of '
the principal agricultural -nrorfurt* nt ih? '
United States for the crop year of 190G. He
places the value at 96.830.050,000. an Increase
of |156,?Z5.8aO over 1905. The total revenue
to the railroads from the transports tion of
these products he places at $.">24,701.02j. a
decrease of from 190ft.
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f *
The total bank clearings of all th? clear*
Inf h*uses of the United States for-the wr'k
en dins today (Saturday estimated) h'VS
been t2.Sa8.880.5TH. as compared with
158.797,510 In the week previous an1 f2.f?70.
UI.2IO m lite same week a year ngn. Nef I
York sustained a loss of 4 per cent. Phila?
delphia 7 per cent and 9t. Louis 5.8 per
cent, as compared wttb tlx1 corresponding
week in lt?S. Boston gained 11.7 per cent.
Baltimore .08 per cent. Chicago 1.7 per cent
and New Orleans 5 per cent over the like
period of the previous year.
BIO COOT CBOP.
Preliminary Returns Show Ow
Thlitr Bushels to the Acre.
The preliminary return* to the crop esti
mating-' board of the Department of Agri
culture, according to a bulletin issued to
day, show the production of corn in 1005
was 2.881.00B.OtP hiinhela, or an average of
90.2 bushels per acre, as compared with an
average yield of 24.S bushels estimated tn
1903.
The general average as to quality is STt.'J.
as compared with 90.6 last year.
It is estimated that about 4.4 per cent of
the corn crop of 1005 was still In the hands
f the farmers on November 1. 1006.
SECRETARY SHAW'S INTENTION'S
Announces His Policy Regarding
Bond Purchases and Deposits.
When Secretary Shaw was asked today
whether he would do anything to relteve
the financial situation he replied that un
less conditions materially changed he would
not rWund, buy bonds, increase deposits
nor do anything else. The treasury, he
says, holds S25.000.000 which can be used
O <2 a la?t POOAft Kn? mill ??a* Kn ? *
?? ? ... v, wut 11 mu nut usvu uii
til absolutely necessary. What has been
clone has boon In response to business con
ditions. Unless business conditions gen
erally are again disturbed nothing further
need be expected.
Funeral of Win. Lamborne.
Funeral services over the remains of Wil
liam Lamborne, whose death was an
nounced in The Star yesterday, will be
held at the home of the family. 1510 8
street northwest, Monday at 2 p.m. Inter
ment will be in Gleirwood cemetery.
FINANCIAL.
V-w-w-a-.* wh~irrp*3m a
3? - - 3C
IKVEIRY i
I WOMAN |
'& Should have a Bank Ac
jjj; count and pay her bills? ?
y whether household or per- ^
~4 sonal?with checks. So, it f?
3S is possible to make money
# do more good, than when,
'*S I ? 1--^- * ^ - *
s-; ui putKct, u invites us own
|s departure. 3$
The Accounts of women
are welcorfted here, and any Is
3? information needed will be
3? Riven cheerfully. '&
5 HOME SAVINGS BANK, f
5 7th & Mass. Ave. N. W. ?
' ?M. I
# , . Branches: & i
I 7th & H Sts. N. E. ' 1 j
436 7th St. S. W. j| i
\ Deposits more than a million
and a half. 3?
nolO-tf i.'f
Newest Weaves fin;
Imported Fabrics
?for Men's Suits and Overcoats
are shown here in great variety, i
We shall be pleased to have vou
inspect them at your conven
ience.
t7IyOW?t price? for THE BEST.
E. Hi. Snyder <& Co.,
Tanlors, 111111 Penm. Ave?
nol0-s?a,tu,th-28
1 i
Mm-uianr [email protected]
Napoleon's
famous question,
KEDONEf"
& iii service, experience and equipment I
occupy a unique position in Washington as & j
a bwi der. For over a score of years I hare Vr i
demonstrated my ahi'Ity to successfully f
X carry out my contracts and please ray cli- V- 1
ents. This is a remarkable record when you I
look Into It. It explains why I wish you to ?vl
look up my record?to ask Xapolecn's fa- j
mous question: 4*What has be done?" re- ? !
<rowllnV V i
1 ARTHUR C0WSILL, |
2 "Tlie Builder Who Makes Good."
X OT COLORADO BLDG.. 14TII AND G STS.
? It x *
A Few Dollars
LAID ASIDE
?in our SAVINGS DEPT. at
frequent intervals will soon start
you well on the |oad to financial
success.
This bank pays Interest on bitIut* and
permits the withdrawal of funds at uuy time.
Cy One dollar opens an account.
THE TRADERS
NATIONAL BANK, J-T/A*
no?-2Sd
Does St Pay?
Of what profit Is jour property If
the rent Is a.l paid ant In ma!nte
nanee7 There arc go many considera
tions to be taken into account in
llie proper handling of rentable prop
erty rtiat a complete and thorough
system is absolutely essential. Our
aim is to make your realty pay.
How we succeed may l?e attested by
the large and Increasing numbers
whose interests we care for.
Swartzell, 'Rheem <&
rnemsey vo..
WARNKR BC1LDIKO.
lb V STKKZT NOBTUWEST.
Capital. $lTb33.l-Ji>?Sorbin*. |1.3*i.ijiiu. \
RAFTS issued direct /
on- the principal \
cities of the world. (
/ ?Exchange bought and solo.
)?Letters of Credit issued.
"j ?Money -transmitted by cable.
( ?Stocks & Bonds bought & sold.,
?Collectsons&Investments made.]
Nr.tion
s
SANK,
' Pa. Ave., opposite U. S. Treamrv.
monsy to loan
\ -
Wj, and5?>
OS DMKKT BKAL U?*TS>
R. <-. HOLTZHAN.
i?u iw * aw.
FUSANCIAL.
2 R. N. HARPER, Pres.
a R. H. LYNN, Cashier.
IT HIS Bao
^ in depo
past 3^ ye
its wc
bank?a bai
and for its f
solute satisfc
The A
pository for
depository
depository.
n
wjaiv^
V
*
II dill 5,
If you are interest
iiivcsuiicnis or sp
Stocks in mining, c
Railroad or industt
Listed or unlisted
If you have money
gages or real estate?
TV?#>n writA at nnn
you every Saturday Fr
It is an 8-page new
Every line bright, <
Prints no advertis
Wears the muzzle <
Covers the entire 1
Tells the truth, th
ments?good, bad, indif
A T-?c-.x7<a-rc n?l niiPQt-w
ticns without charge u
Reviews weekly tl
Points the way to ii
Boldly warns its ri
Calls a spade a spa<
States English?
"King's Financial
financial papers combin
It|g different?feat
Saves millions anni
is advice?
It will be sent free
It
Fiscal agents for the United States
Government.
Depository for funds of Philippine
Government.
Internationa!
Banking Corporation.
Capital and Surplus:
$6,500,000.
The International banking Corpora11oa
solicit* every deacrlptlon of banking
bcslneaa? whether biuioess. professional,
trustee. personal, cr household acconi'.a
?and extends a cordial welcome to all
Intending customer*.
In the matter or loans and dtaconnU
the bank affords the most liberal treat
ment consistent with sound banking.
The bank para 2% per cent per aa
cm on accounts ajbject to check a ad
hi-her ratea en time money. I'artlco
lars of these rates on application., Th#
attention of tbe depoaltlus pnblU- la la
r'teil tj tbe wide margin of security
afforded by the bank'* exceptionally
large eaab Capital and Surplus or
Six and a Half Million Dollars.
1415 G Street Northwest.
or3S-tf.eSa.no
Loan & Tryst Co.
OFFICE COR. BTK AND W STS.
PAH?-er CAPITA!/. tl.OOD.OOO.
-SCBPLU8. *000.000 lEARXKD)."
? I-oani In anjr amount made oa approved real
mate or collateral at reasonable rate*.
Interest paia upon depoalta oa monthly bat
? ram subject to cheek.
TMs company acts aa execntor. admlntstra
toe. trustee, agent. treasurer. registrar aal
In all olfcer Uarlan rapacities.
Boxen tor rest 'la lmrglar and Src-prsoi
? Taolt? for safe deposit and storagr of rat*
able packages.
Ileal Ratate Department Is prepared to as
same the in u Basement of jnwr real estate.
Careful attention riven to all details.
JOHN JOT KDSQ3 ITesldeat
WHii A. ?wwk Vle? PrnMrat
Kf.ua 81'BAK ,..Inm4 Vie* PmHtear
ANDUW PARKRR Tmnrtt
HARRY 0 utm Awrtstaat Tiihmh
1JOTD TAYLOR ...Aaaiauat Tmnm
.Wat Itati "
1JIOMAS BRADI.KT feat fetal* Man
FSJOVR. PUOHKLBKBOKB Traat Omett
FOR SAlJt?A UlflTKD XUilWCU OF SHABBS
la SPLENDIDLY ROtLT apaita?nt hnaar. ??n
located X.W.; EARNING OVER VU. Impact
bnthtlnf and j^TB?inga^?^fn^ before ^ntting^a^
FINANCIAL.
AMERICAN
NATIONAL BANK.
k has grown
>sits aod- facili
ars.
11 to Hp irlpntifiprl with r
nk that is known for ll
acilities for serving you
iction.
We solicit your account
under promise of the
best of service.
anerican National Ban
District of Columbia
in bankruptcy?and
A separate department is
maintained for savings
accounts. The interest
f<^tnrp ic attrartiv#
iit Boxes at most reas<
\
H ATIONA
II3II7 F Street
Hi tf
ed in?
e culatibn?
til or industrial corporations?
ial bonds?
s 2curiities?
deposited in banks or trust companii
e for "King's Financial Bulletin,'* >
es of Charge.
spaper?
original?
ements?
oi no man, set or men or corporauon
iield of investment and money making
e whole truth and nothing but the
ferent?and the kind to let severely
ans about banks, mining, oil, railroad
i its "Open Court" department
is entire investment and financial fieli
itelligent and profitable investment
eaders from the pitfalls that beset ths
ie and fraudulent companies by their j
Bulletin" is read every week by mo
ed?because?
less?unafraid?
jally to investors by giving timely \
i
s, postpaid, to all who will write for i
KING, Financial
ntire Fourth Floor, Journal Buildir
Boston, Mass. *v
I
E can negotiate loans
to any amount on D.
/>{
y ^ j . xvvui luovatv. jv
curity without delay.
Sach service
u? we offer In
;hl* department
1* thoroughly
ppfireciatrd. Is
- hleucpd by the
rr^at ruiubcr of
loans we make.
The F. 11. ^rrsitfo Co.,
TdoS Nrw York Ave. N.W.
noB-SSd
!& .<TrfV*
Oonr <n iM n tm mr
^tuiag vv uuuc?
Is the name of u Interpstlnf
booklet on that Important aobjeei.
which w will be clad to mall yeu
opon reqneat.
\Vi:i? (likwc and Hint wtthnt
charge vhen tUla Company la named
KXKCLTOtt or TBCSTEK.
Consultation with the Officer* of the
Company la incited.
The Washsnirton Loan
& Trust Co.
JOHN JOY KDSO.V.
PmMett
o?29 ?f <>Ba-2S
AX ANNUITY IStMIXII BY
The Mutuai Life Insurance
Company of New York
Gatiilm a bid tmw for ltfr. which Ihm*
Is iu?tactad by over fear boM and mtur tnli
Uow ar ??? ( which have accumulated ta a sar
ctufal baslncaa rsparirac* tl wtf-lkm r~*n.
Oar booklet, "linltla" (seat (m ? rf|(N?
tails all a boat this class ?t hmtant
THOMAS P. MORGAN
Maaa|?r tar District of atwth.
Ma. IStt r at. ?.?.
(Mtad ilaiT feast raw. Tih)>m Hal* !llt
MONEY AT 5%:
itmmd Ml rwti wtate. fwit itnttlm.
lowest coMMiasi&xm.
Heiskell & McLeran,
i
FINANCIAL.
CAPITAL, $500,000.
n?/p>Tttm 23i irLr 2?i M^\/ :?
U ?yUUU(UlU 11 1&M. VW U J
itiesv in the
i progressive
ts enterprise
to your ab
. I
k is the de
ix funds?a
gavern ment
enable rates.
JL jgANK,
N.W.
t
MITU
ss or invested in mort
which will be mailed to
truth about all invest
/ alone-?
. and industrial corpora
investor?
jroper names in United
re people than all other
varning and advice that
t. Address:
igent,
lg>
1[ *
Financial independence comes to
all who learn to save systematically.
Open a savings account with this
bank and deposit part of your sal
ary each pay day. Interest
allowed annually at
DIRECTORS.
H. HarriM, J. LI. Ralaton.
I. U. Kimball. John R. Slemaii. Jr..
W.'llam R. King. U. Qolurj Smith.
"A. M. I-otbroji. E. N. Water*
Tb?~ W. No.Tea. S. W. Woodward.
U. M. Muffltt.
91 opraa a axTlnxa account.
Union Savings IBank,
3%
. 7*4 I4tli st., Bond Bldg.
noO 28d
WE BIT LIFK INSI HANCE POLICIES
And pay more In casta than the companies issufnf
them. We alao buy policies subject to loaua.
Write for terms.
POLICIES MUST BE i -VKN YEARS OLD.
THE HAUK1SON REALTY <!OMPANY.
seO tf V07 G at. n.w.
Four Per Cent
Per Annum.
Interest Paid Every Three Months.
Assets $2,805,640.81
Surplus $198,194.67
Loans $1,000 for $5 per month,
$2,000 for $10 per month, $3,000 for
$15 per month, $4,000 for $20 inter
est per month. Expenses only $10.
Principal to suit the borrower. The
g-eatest savings institution in the
istrict and the most liberal. Inquire ,
at the Perpetual Building Associa
tion, 506 1 ith street.
ANDREW GLASS,
President.'
JOHN COOK, Secretary.
AUKXICAN OAPHOPHONR COMPANY.
CoaMcatlT. Quarterly Preferred l>t?Wend >0. 4*.
The ranlar quarterly dividend (No. ?> or ONK
AND THRKKQUARTKItM PER CIST oa th? an
fcrred capital atock of the American OrepfaoptaMM i
Company will he paid November IS, I8U0. t* Mack...
koldera of ranird November 1.
By order of the dtrrctora. I
BDWABD O. KASTON, PmritM. a
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