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THINE IS UGHT,
LOSSES ARE SMALL
Strong Technical Position of
the Market Prevents Any
Rapid Decline.
LOWER MONEY RATES
FAIL TO STIMULATE
Prices Move Within a Narrow Limit
and Fractional Changes
Continue.
-rvw Vi?i:K. November 20.?Trading
l>. -i*n today with a slow downward
movement. Amalgamated Copper,
Canadian Pacific and Great Northern
j. ferred lost large fractions, but
changes otherwise were slight.
There was ii<> sign of reviving in
U'l >'i in specul it ion. which was as ab
normally dull as of the earlier days of
11; w i e k.
S.-lling of the highlv speculative
s!i:i >???.- infused soii)?- heaviness into
mime (?c t tpert ies. for which the market
in>ri.ial 1_\ is thin.
I'lisisi. ice ? f <| li'-t liquidation of,
:: wt.-itnnni hampered recoveries in tht*
popular stocks.
Holders Sell Stocks.
Stocks wen put on the market today
l.v holders who had tired of awaiting a
favoiahle turn in pric. s and decided to
.?eil .?ut rather tlian risk further shrink
ag> s on account <>f discouraging trade
ii. ws and th' protracted uncerta'nties of
the Mexican situation.
I "rices declined'throughout the morning,
hut trailing was light and losses were
correspondingly small. Stocks bought in
the h<-i>< of a campaign against the bears
v.i r. >.iid when prices lv-gan to fall, al
though ile strong technical position of
t' ? t. tided 11? prevtnt a rapid d>
clim .
I o?\ > r rat? s tor money fatled to stimu
iaf' sp? euiaiior*. 1 <121 rather were alluded
t" a- ?>l !mfavoi^ible import, signifying
contraction in mercantile requirements
and apathy of important interests in the
market.
Scaling Down of Values.
Scaling down of values continued, wijii
pressure concentrated against the stocks
which usually command the bulk of the
speculative attention.
< ?bscure :ssues also lost considerable
ground Kumely preferred losing points.
With tin. t-teel trade shewing greater
tied ion of ta.iff influences, little op
position was encountered to bear s?ll
itr.: of 1'nited States Steel.
? hut .-lock. as well as half a dozen!
others ot.i importance, scored a one-point J
iOES. I
i
cotton markets.
NEW YORK.
NICW fORK. November 20.?A bullish
view ot the new differences established
by the revision committee of the New
\<>rk Cotton Kxchange yesterday seemed
responsible for an opening advance of -
to 12 points in the cotton market this
morning, but tnere was heavy realizing
.is well as some pressure from spot
? uses and prices soon showed a net
.-ii of :: to ?? points.
?fferings were well taken, however, with j
? tiiar.ii t later working hack to about
closing figures of last night. Fart Oi j
early buying was attributed to 1
p.nnem.
? ?utui\o opentJ sieauy; Dtcember, 13.35;
.aunary. 1:;. 1.7; March, l l.j-j; May. lo.lo;
i Uiy, i*ilri.
j. rauing was quiet earlier in the
..oruing. with fluctuations narrow and
. rregular.
Talk of lull ginning returns at the
? ?pening tomorrow morning seemed to
? ifstt the bullish view of the revision
rd old longs seemed to be reducing
(Dtir lines on rallies, while there was
? ?vering and some trade buying on the
r ? t backs.
NEW ORLEANS.
NEW OKLKAXij, November -U.?Cot
? m futures opened iiuiet at an ;'.Jvance
i to U p*_? 1111c on good cables and the,
jot revision m New York, wmci: wasj
- icraily ?- :onsider? d buMUh. Con-1
. .'jcraoK buying was in evidence i
itunii the cuii, and the mosi active i
..??aHis stood - to 1 points over yes- j
iiiuy s close. Nu real strength de- ?
??loped, however, and when bears in- j
ei.si d their offerings of short cot-j
? ? prices broke rather sharply about
joints. the trading months landing;
. > ?; points under yesterday's tinal
- ? j ?- <. This decline did not last long.
. th> market was nervous and unset
tled and shorts who wanted profits
put prices up on themselves.
At the end of the first half hour of
fading the market was 1 to 2 points
up net.
Futures opened quiet: November,
.".."aalS.OS: December. 13.15 bid; Janu
. .. 15.23*13.24; March. i:3.3;{alo.u?;
ay. i... iva i;;.-U : July. 13.41 a^ked.*
1 ue Torn ig seesion was featured by
,,i:ov. lid nervous fluctuations, with no
ii il trend eltiier way. tio: i slides
< plainly waiting on tomorrow's gln
ng report by the census bureau, in re
to which opinion was much uivided
Uotn longs and shorts liquidated their
oiomgs when turns In the market fav
red them. -\V noon the tone was quiet
and prices were 1 to 5 points down.
LIVERPOOL.
I.I V HUPOoL*. November -0.?Cotton?
.-pot in fair demand; prices easier;
middling !';??r. ".ST. good middling. 7.5";
middling. 7. II; low middling. 7.1!>; good
ordinary. *j.57; ordinary. sales,
,>.?!?>?? h. Ies including 7.4 00 American
;?'i{ ' '?"?> for speculation and export;
leieipt--. oales. all American,
i'ij tiit ? - ? !?> ? d quiet and steady ; No
. ? ivb* : 7.1 ??. Novrmboi and December,
7 * :!. I ?? eemb? r and January. 7.001:;;
.Ii. iiii.it-> and February. 7. February
and March 7.?0,-_: Ma?ch and April.
. it | \pril and .way, 7.01;. May and
.inn.. 7.e] June and .luly. July
. .nl \ugus'. 1..August and Septem
i. i- ?;>??; September, and October, fi.54;
Uftubrr and November, S. H.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK.
? *H1C.V<10. November "JO. - Hogs ? Re
<*ipts. is;.'*** head; higher; hulk. 7.7na
7 !C. light. 7 lo;t7.'.Ki; mixed. 7.l."iaH.o.">;
' i \ v , i. -?. ?;i S.* > (' HiUKh. i.;i.ai..u; pigs,
._T.u7.?X1
?". 1111 - lieci ipts. 5..V o luad; strong.
.?.?>? Texas steers. ?;.7>o;t7.rt.?;
t.iek* ?s 'in1 feedI*i s. I Sfa. .n; enws and
i. ;l<is. .".. jr..! - "Jo. calves. ?i.'ii'alOSi.
She>'p K? ? ? ipts. head: st?ady;
.itl^e, :: :??ayearlings l.">at?.'J"?:
;.imis nativ-. ->.7.>a..?*???.
LONDON MARKET.
I.?iN I?ON, November "J?.?Money sup
j ii's were lighter and discounts firmer
t'Klay.
The movements of warships in connec
tion with Mexico and weakness in Paris
depressed the stock market generally.
I'usiness Wiis 'uirri?w with more selling
than Iniyini;. resulting in a general de
line. in w iiich foreian sliar?-s, home rails
and Mexican >t?M-ks were the iiuif l at
fect?d K.iltirs elostd a -hade harder
\ie.-iiean securities wVre dull and fea
t i? I. >s throughout th?- session. Prices
opened about unchanged and moved ir
milMrl> within a small fraction of par
i'v. The closing was dull.
Closing Prices.
? 'onsols for money. 7'JSi: consols for the
account. 7'J\; Pennsylvania, Head
ing. Fnlon Pacific. 1'nited States
Steel. .*>7. Bar silver weak. 'J7d Money.
4'-ja43?. Discount?Short bills. three
months. 5. .
4f
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Rrrrlvtd by private wire Jlreet to
The Star OHIee.
Optu. Kgtu L?>w- ClOM
A'aska (joid Min. Co. 20 20 19vi 194
Allis-Chaimers com.. 8 8 8 *
UMUMlfML. 40 40 40 40
Amalgamate i Coopar 69 * 70.4 68-' ? 6J.' *
Aroer. Can com. 284 284 274 x74
Amer. Can pfd 904 90' 2 90V2 90? 1
Am. Car AKdy.com. 43' a 434 43,4 43?s
Am. Car A Fdy. pfd.. 112 112 112 112
Amer. Linseed com... 10 10 10 10
Am. 6m. & Kei'-com.. 624 G2''a 614
Amer. Smelt. Sec. B.. 81 81 8' 81
American Snuff com.. 164/6 1644 1644 1644
American Snuff pfd.. 100 100 100 100
Amer. Steel Fdy. com. 26 26 26 26
Amer. Sutpircom 109 109 109 109
Amer. Tele. A Teie^.. 1184 118?-* 118?8 118/6
Amer.Tohacco.com. 230 230 229'-4 230^
Amer. Tobacco pfd... 99^S 99.'s 994 99/8
Am. Writing Paper... 14 14 14 14
Anaconda CopptM-.-.. 34.4 34.' g 33'* 334
Assets Realization... 41 41 40'a 404
A..T. 4 Sante F. con. 92Vi 924 914 91?i
At., T. & San. Fe pfd. 974 974 97'4 974
Atlantic Coast Line.. 1164 1164 1164 1164
Balto. & Ohio com... 92*8 92? s S2.4 924
Bethlehem Steel c.)m. * 29 29 29 29
Bethlehem Steel pfd.. 694 694 69*4 69'4
Brooklyn Rap. Tract.. 8t>4 864 864 864
Canadian Pacific. 2234 223*4 2234 2234
Central Leather com. 24?i 244 244 244
Chesapeake A O'aio.. o64 564 564 564
Chi.AGr.Wnpfd... 284 284 28.4 284
Chi- Mil. A St. P.com 984 984 98 98V?
Chi. A; Northw'n com. 1254 1251? 1254 125.4
Chino Copper 381 * 384 374 ST"1*
Col. Fuel A Iron com. 264 26' i 26? s 264
Consol. (!as of N. Y.. 127 127 127 127
Corn Products com... 9-4 9*4 9 9
Erie Railroad com. . 26'4 264 23'-?? 26
Great Northern pfd.. 1234 12o4 122?4 1224
Hide Leather com.. 4? 8 44 4?s 4'3
Illinois Central' 106'-'8 1064 106? s 1C6.4
Inspiration Copper... 144 1414 14 14
Interboro.-Met. com. 14 14 14 14
Interboro.-Met.pM.. 584 58*4 ^8-4 584
Int. liar, of N.J. com. 103 103 103 103
Int. Stm. Pump com. 44 47-s 4' s 44
Intet.Stm. Pump pfd. 18 18 18 18
Kan. City Sou. cam.. 24 24 24 24
Kan.City Sou. pfd... 564 564 565-2 564
Lehigh V alley 145,4 145,4 1444 145
Liggitt A Myers com. 207 207 207 207^
Liggitt A Myers pfd.. 1094 1094 109: s 10!*>3
Lorriiiard pfd 103 10 J 109 109
Manhattan Kiev. Ry. 130 130 130 130
Mexican Petroleum.. 444 444 444 444
Mex. Petroleum pfd.. 80 80 80 80
Miami Coprer 214 214 214 214
M.,St.P.A S-j-M.com. 1284 1284 1284 1284
Mo? Kan. A Tex-cam. 194 194 194 194
Missouri Pacific 26? 3 26*4 2?"4 25?*
Nat. Biscuit com 1184 1184 118'4 1184
Nat. Biscuit pfd 1174 117's 117' s 1171%
Nat.Enam.AS.com. 104 104 104 104
Nat. Rys. of M. 2d pf J 124 124 124 124
New YorkCeatn?... '.54 f54 154 954
N. Y.,N.M.AHr;.. 79 794 78 784
Norfolk A Westerj... MG4 1C3.4 1C34 If 34
Northern Pacini 106, 1C6 1054 1054
Pac. Mail Steamship. 24 24 234 234
Penna.Kail.-oad 1094 109? s 1084 1C84
People's Gas. Chicago 118.4 1184 118 118
Pittsburgh Steel pfd.. 90 90 90 90
Pullman Palace Car.. 1524 1524 1524 1524
Ray Con. Copper 184 184 174 174
Reading Railway 159?'s 1594 1584 l >8j|
Rep. Iron A Steel p. X *4 794 79.4 794
Rock Island com. 14 14 14 14
Rock Island pfd 224 224 214 214
Rumley com 16 16 15 15
Rumk-y pfd 394 39's 36 36
Seaboard Air L com.. 164 lt>4 1G 16
toeaboar lAir L. p*i.. 44 44 44 44
Southern Pacific..... 864 864 ?5?* 854
SoutberoHy.com... 21,4 214 214 21J 2
Sou.-Pacifictr.crt... 904 90,4 904 904
Southern Ry. pfd.... 75 75 75 75
xStudebaker Cor. pfd. 66? s 664 664 664
Texas Companies.... 1164 1164 1144 1144
Third Avenue 394 394 39 39
Un. Bag A Paper pfd. 184 184 184 184
Union Pacific com.... 1504 1504 1494 1494
Union Pacific pfd.... 814 81?* 814 814
United Ry. Inv. com. 164 174 164 174
U.S. Rubber com? 53 53 53 53
U.S.Rubber pfd 994 994 994 994
U.S. She! com 554 554 514 544
U.S. Steel pfd 1054 1054 105? 4 1054
Utab Coppe." 484 484 474 48
Va. Ir., Coal A Coke.. 41 41 41 41
West. Maryland com. 364 364 154 354
Wese Shore R. R 904 90?4 904 90,4
Wettinghouse E'2:... 644 644 64 64
Westingh'se Elec. 1st. 115 115 115 115
Woulworth com. 89 89 89 89
lEx Dlvfdead Today.
Homestake Mining Company. 65 cents
per share: United Dry Goods Company
pfd.. l*4i Studebaker Corporation pfd.,
1=.4;' Kresge Company com.. 2; Pitts
burgh. Youngstown and Ashtabula rail
road pfd< 1. and preferred of same
stock, 1
Cill Money 2;,4 3 234 2?
Hourly *>ale? ot Stocks Today.
11 zjc., 20(939 12 m., :i8,40J
1 pjn., 70^1JJ 2 p.m. 91,6
4
NEW YORK BONUS.
Open. High. Low. Close.
Atchison con. 4s 924 924 924 924
Atchison 4s i960. 93,4 93? k 93,4 934
Atchiqpn con. 5s 1004 1004 100?-$ 1004
Baho. A Ohio gen. 4s. 904 904 904 904
Chi., B. A Q. joint 4 j. 94 944 94 94
Chi^R. I. A Pacific Is. 524' 524 524 52^8
Inter. Metro. 44s... 7434 744 74 74
Norfolk A Western 4i. 934 93.4 93,4 934
Northern Pac-ifc 4s~. 934 934 t'31 s 934
P^.con. 3: .?? 191 i. .. 97?-? 974 97?'4 974
Pa. con. 4s 1918. i?9 99 984 984
! Reading Ry. 4s 93 93? s 93 934
| Southern Rv.-ts 734 73?2 73?i 734
; Southern Ry. 5s 1034 1034 1034 1034
Lnion Pacitk con. 4j. 944 944 94? s 94J s
li.S. Steel 2d 5s. 99?'* 994 994 99?-i
First Reunion of the Kind.
BOSTON. November "JO.?Graduates in
the United States and Canada of the
Kn^lish universities. Oxford' and Cam
bridge. are arranging for a dinner to be
ln-lij ii*-r<> next .March, wiiich will be th^
lirst reunion of ttie kind In this country.
Sh Arthur < Veil Spring-Rice, tiie Brit
ish ambassador, ireads a eonimittee
whii-h lias the affair in hand.
Would Eaise Rank Of Gaillard.
A bill to authorize the President to pro
mote l<i<-ut. Col. David L>u Bois Caillard
to the rank of colonel, in recognition of
his work in the construction of the Pan
ama canal, was introduced in tly; Senate
today by Senator Martlne. The army of
ficer was taken recently to a hospital in
Baltimore, dangerously ill.
Cost of Sulzer's Election.
ALBANY, N. V., November 20.?The
total eost of the election of William
Sul/.cr to the assembly from the sixth
?listii<-t of New York w;ls accord
ing to a report made by Alexander
Bacon, treasurer of the former gov
ernor's campaign. Of this amount Kul
>:? i contributed |:M>U in cash.
Police Asked to Find Boy:
James EntWisle, tifteen years old, is
reported missing from his home at 134#
Fairmont street northwest. He left home
at N o'clock yesterday morning and failed
to return, hit parents say. and this morn
uiK lh?- police were asked to participate
in a search for him.
LOCAL FINANCIAL NEWS.
Trading on the local stock exchange
today was confined entirely to the sale
of traction securities. The 5 per cent
bonds of the Capital Traction Company
sold $500 at IoT'm, and" Railway and Elec
tric Is sold a like amount at 8oV
Odd lots of Capital Tratcion stock
amounting to twenty-two shares brought
11'-'. The closing bid was 111%, and the
asking price remained unchanged at
115.
No changes were made in the bids or
asking prices for either Railway and
Klectric common or prefered. Tt.n,
shares of the preferred found a pur- J
chaser at ST1*.
Washington Stock Exchange.
Sales?Itepular call. 12 o'clock noon:
Capital Traction 5s>. at 107H.
Washington Railway an?l Electric ts. $."0? at
w-v
Capital Traction, 3 at 112, 10 at 112. ft at 112.
Washington Railway ami Electric pfd.. 10 ut
87 V,.
GOVERNMENT BONDS.
Rlil.
I". S. registered 2s. ltOMs
1". S. coupon 2s? IMivfe
S. registered Ss
I". S. coupon "A* 14?214
I'. J*, ri-ffibtcrcil 4s ll"*$t
I". S. coupon 4? 1H>%
<;as bonds.
Georgetown Gas 5a 107
Wanhlngton tias 5a 100','x 10S
RAILROAD BONDS.
Capital Traction 5b 100^4 1??8
Anut'ostla anil Potomac 5fl 9" 100
t'ity ami Suburban ">? 101
Columbia r>? .? ft? ....
Columbia Os 100 ....
Metropolitan ."is 100 l(k?
Washington Rxvj. ami Klec. 4s.... 90 HI
Wash., Alex, and Mt. V. Ss 97
MISsCELLANKOlS BONDS.
Potomac Electric Conn. liiK ?.> !KH| |
Potomac Elcctric Light 5m 104 107
ClictuiiH-ake and I'otouiac Tel. ."is.. 102 105
American Tel. and Telga. 4s ftO
American Tel. and Tciita. 4>4s.... 90
Washington Market 1927 103
Washington Market lis, 1947 10:1
W. M. Cold Storage 5s lOiS
Norfolk and Wa.sh. Steamboat 5s.. 104'^
Kings Really 5s (long) 101% 102',-j
Itiggs Realty 5s (short) 101 102
PCBMC I'TTI.ITY STOCKS.
? apital Traction Ill's 11"'
Washington Rwy. and Klec. com.. *SS !U
Wanhlngton Rwy. and Klec. pfd.. *s7 90
Norfolk ami Wash. Steamboat.... 187 200
Washington Gas Kt S4Vi |
Atuerlcau Tel. and Telga 117 ....
TYPE MACHINE STOCKS.
Mergentbaler Linotype 215 217
I.auslon Monotype SO M
MINING STOCK.
Urecnc-Cananea 25 .....
NATIONAL BANK STOCKS.
American I?i0 170
Capital ....
Columbia 250 ....
Counncrcial 19t> 210
District 14.". 150
Federal 1:J5 ....
Lincoln 100 ....
Metropolitan lao'j ....
Hint* 5?iO ....
Second 150 ....
National Rank of Washnzton 24t> 250
TIU'KT COMPANY STOCKS.
American Security and Trust 2:?5 015
National Savings and Trust 260 ....
I nion Trust IS;: 15o
Washington Loan and Trust 225 2110
1'nitod States Trout L!0
Continental Trust 114 ....
SAVINGS BANK STOCKS.
Home o75 ....
Bank of Commerce and Satinss... 13 ....
East Washington 1G ....
KIRE INSURANCE STOCKS.
Arlington 12 15
Corcoran 80 ....
Firemen's 19 21
German-American 28:1 ....
National t'nlon 5Vj ....
TITLE INSURANCE STOCKS.
Columbia ....
1.eaI Kstate ...................... So ....
MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS.
<" liapin-Sacks 100 200
D. C. Paper Mfg. Co 104 ....
t4'?aj>hopbone com
(Irapbophone pfd
.Merchants' Transfer and Storage., 104'rl
Security Storage l.vs
Washington Market PJ'i
?Ex dividend.
FOREIGN BOURSES.
LONDON, November ^0 ?Weekly state
ment Bank of England:
Total reserve increased ?218.?jju.
Circulation decreased ?08,000.
Bullion increased ?12o,218.
Other securities incresised ?ti20.u-J0.
Other deposits decreased ?157,ooo.
Public deposits increased. ?9S3,uoo.
Notes reserve increased ?2tW.O00.
Government securities decreased
?15 000.
Proportion of .bank's reserve to liabil
ity. 54.07 per cent; discount. 5 per cent.
PARIS. November 20.?Prices closed
higher on the bourse today; rentes, SO
francs U7V- centimes; exchange on Lon
don, 25 francs 32^4 centimes.
.Weekly statement Bank of France:
Gold increased 2,851,000 francs.
Silver increase 2,174,000 francs.
Notes in circulation decreased 52,
675,000 francs.
Treasury deposits increased 27.325,000
francs.
General deposits increased 0,400,000
francs.
Bills discounted decreased 57,050,000
francs.
Advances decreased 1,075,000 francs.
BERLIN. November 20.?Tracing was
dull on the bourse today; exchange on
London. marks 5'H<? pfennigs.
? LET RICH PAY FOR NAVY.'
i
Representative Bailey Would Heav
ily Tax Incomes of Millionaires.
"Let the millionaires of the country
pay for the navy." Is the slogan raised
today by Representative Bailey of Penn
sylvania, who Introduced a bill provid
ing that all incomes of $20,000 or over
should be drained by a super tax of 5
per cent, the money going for the sole
purpose of maintaining the naval estab
lishment.
"My proposition is," said Mr. Bailey in
explaining the bill, "that the naval estab
lishment should be limited in size only
by the patriotism of our millionaires.
They are the real big navy boomers and
they ought to be given a fair chance to
pay for what they so ardently demand.
We do not hesitate to draft men from
factory and iarm when any lighting is
to be done. Our millionaires rarely do
any fighting. Their patriotism usually
takes the form of lending money at high
rates of interest to the government In
times of deadly peril."
Mr. Bailey believes his bill would raise
a total of dver $143,000,000.
SEEKS COPPER STRIKE PROBE.
j
McDonald of Michigan Introduces
Resolution in the House.
? !
A congressional investigation of the
conditions in the strike-ridden copper
mines in the counties of Houghton, Ke
weenaw and Octonagon, Mich., was pro
posed in a resolution introduced today by
Representative McDonald of Michigan.
He wanted the House committee on la
bor to investigate with a view to ascer
taining the relations between the em
ployers and employes, whether the postal
service and the judiciary are being in
terfered with and the immigration and
naturalization laws violated, and whether
there- 1^ a combination of copper com
panies to advance the price of copper to
con ?umers.
The resolution was drafted follow hit;
i conferences between President Wilson,
i Representative McDonald and others,
i with a view to adjusting the widespread
I strike.
NO RHODE ISLAND TURKEY.
President's Thanksgiving Gobbler to
Come From Kentucky.
President Wilson. Secretary Tumulty
and the members of the cabinet, except
Secretary McAdoo, who Is a widower,
will have Kentucky turkey for their
Thanksgiving dinners.
South Trimble, clerk of the I louse of
Representatives. will furnish the
Thanksgiving gifts in the shape of pedi
greed bronze turkeys raised on his hlue
grass farm. The President's turkey will
be a yearling gobbler, weighing forty
l>ounds dressed. The others will weigh
twenty-five pounds. These turkeys have
been fattened on celery*, chestnuts and
red pepper, which gives them a flavor of
the wild turkey. For many years in the
past a Rhode Island turkey graced the
Thanksgiving dinner at the White
House.
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
I
CHICAGO.
CHICAGO, November 20.?Light Russian
wheat shipments and continued good con
tinental demand gave early firmness to
the market today, and opening prices
showed an advancc of '?* to V?a*? net.
Later, however, on the milk weather in
the northwest, there was selling, which
took away a large part of the upturn.
General commission buying, based part
ly on the soft weather, gave a strong
tone to corn, which, on prospective light
Argentine shipments, opened to '?feaVi
net higher, and seemed inclined to steady
around that range.
Good buying or May oats gave that mar
ket some firmness, after opening un
Later. however, on the mild weather in
changed to a shade higher.
General commission house demand sent
provisions up 2V? to 3.
Butter?Unchanged.
Eggs?Receipts, 2,311 crates; firsts, hiKh
er. at 34a3T>: others unchanged.
Poultry? I "nchaaged.
Cheese?Unchanged.
Potatoes?Lower; receipts, fifty cars;
Michigan. U5a70: Wisconsin, white. 05a70;
red, ?i.'iaiiH; Minnesota, Ohio white, G5a7o;
rod. G5a?ii<.
Good buying of winter wheat, presum
ably by exporters, later brought a partial
rally. Closing prices were firm, lie lower
to "^c higher.
Lightness of country offerings held the
corn market rather firm. The close was
steady, unchanged, to a shade lower.
NEW YORK.
NEW YORK, November 2U.?Flour
quiet.
Wheat?The early market was dull and
featureless.
Pork?Firm; mess. 23.25a2n.75.
Beef?Firm.
Lard?Firm: middle west. ll.lOaH.'.U
Petroleum?Steady.
Molasses?Steady.
May?Steady.
Hides? Steady.
Leather -Firm.
Raw sugar firm: Muscovado. 3.2>; cen
trifugal, 3.70; molasses. "J.P5. Refined
quiet.
Butter?Steady; receipts. 5.000 tubs;
creamery seconds. ; factory, cur
rent make, seconds. 21ai?!.
Cheese? Steady; receipts 'J,700 boxes:
state, whole milk, daisies, held, lGaWMs.
Eggs?Irregular; receipts, 7.2<K> cases;
refrigerator firsts, 'J'-tal?.); seconds. 27a-J71/2;
lower grades. 2Dal28>?; dirties, "0a2ti;
state, Pennsylvania and nearby, gathered
whites. 50a60; western gathered whites,
40a55.
Poultry?Live, steady: chickens, west
ern. 12al3: fowls. Ual2; turkeys, IN:
dressed, weak; fresh killed western chick
ens. Ilia-'!: fowls, 12al8Vfe; turkeys,
spring, 14a22.
BALTIMORE.
^prrial Dij-patcli to Tiie Star.
BALTIMORE. November .^.-Wheat
Firm; spot No. 2 red. 03l,?; spot No. 2 red
western. 0358: November No. - red, siRVn:
December No. 1! red. !?.'{%; January No. 2
red. 05; steamer No. 'J red. *77i; receipts,
H8.fc(S3 bushels; exports, 186,'JOO bushels;
southern by sample, K4a90.
Corn?Receipts, 4,000 bushels.
Oats?Firm; standard white, 44%a45:
No. 3 white. 44'4a44Vi: receipts, 5,74(1!
bushels.
Rye?Dull: No. '2 western domestic,
6?a70.
Hay?Quiet; No. 1 timothy unchanged;
No. 1 clover mixed unchanged.
Grain freights?Steady; steam to Liver
pool, per bushel, unchanged; Cork for
orders, per quarter, unchanged.
LIVERPOOL. j
LIVERPOOL. November a").?"Wheat-1
Spot irregular: No. I Manitoba, 7s ~4d:
No. 'J, 7s. Futures steady; December, 7s
lflfcd; March. 7s -''id; May, 7s 2Vtd.
Corn?Spot dull; American mixed, Os
(id. La Plata futures firm; December, 4s
y>id; January, 4s ll^8d.
NO CUT IN COST.
Tariff Law Has Failed to Reduce
Ences, Says Senator Smoot.
Declaring that the democratic tariff law
has made no reduction in the cost of
clothes and foodstuff to the ultimate
consumer. Senator Sm'oot of Utah today
told the Senate he was In receipt of many
publications stating there was "to be no
reduction because of the new tariff rate
in the cost of woolen goods to the con
sumer. He taunted the democrats witii
their prophecies that the lower tariff rates
would reduce the cost of living.
"Some one has figured out that the re
duction in the tariff will reduce the cost
of Thanksgiving dinnern to the American
people by $0,000,000," said Senator Smoot.
"But do you believe that any of the resi
dents of Washington, or any other city
of the country, will get their Thanksgiv
ing dinners any cheaper than a year
ago?"
"Not if they eat eggs." Senator Borah
replied.
MISS MARY TISE PICKED.
Nominated by President for Post
mistress at Hyattsville, Md.
The President today sent to the Senate
the nomination of Miss Mary W. Tlse as
postmistress at Hyattsville, Md.
Miss Tlse has been postmistress at
Hyattsville for the past twelve years.
She is the daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth
Tlse and the late George Tise. and was
born in Hyattsville. Her father was for
thirty, years a leading merchant of that
community, and was postmaster for many
years.
Miss Tise was indorsed lor reappoint
ment by practically every democrat in
the town, although her father was a re
publican and held the office under a re
publican administration. Htr admin s
tration of the office has been entirely sat
isfactory, It is said.
The President also nominated the fol
lowing other Maryland postmasters: C.
W. Jefferson, Federalsburg, and J. F.
Peach, North East.
For U. S. Guests at Canal Opening.
A resolution requesting the President
! to invite Emperor Francis Joseph of
! Austria. "Eugenie, empress of the
j French." and Charles De Lesseps to at
! tend as the guests of the United States
| the celebration of the opening of the
j Panama canal at San Francisco in 101i
i was Introduced today by Representative
I Clark of Florida.
Finish Baby Tests Tomorrow.
All of the babies who have been entered
in the "better babies" contest which is
being held at the Washington Diet
Kitchen Association in Georgetown will
be measured and weighed, probably by
tomorrow night. The scores will not be
ready until Monday, however, it is be
lieved by Miss Estelle Wheeler, the nurse
in charge. About eighty babies are now
entered in the contest. Thirty or more
mothers tried to enter their little ones
this week, but' because the entries had
been closcd could not do so.
Child Is Dying of Poison.
Walter F, Turner, the seventeen
month-old child of Joseph H. Turner
of 419 10th street northeast, who Sun
day night ate a bichloride of mercury
tablet and was made ill. Is In a critical
condition at Casualty Hospital. It was
said at the hospital this afternoon that
he probably will die before night.
To Deliver Fifth of Lecture Scries.
The fifth of a series of fall pjiblic
lectures is to be delivered at 4:.'!0
o'clock this afternoon in McMahon Hall.
Catholic University of America, by
Rev. "Sigourtiey W. Fay. S. T. L. His
subject Will be "The Russian Schis
matics."
Merchants' Accounts Handled.
The credit and collection bureau of the
Retail Merchants' Association has han
dled 256 accounts for members of the as
sociation during the past few months, ac
cording to a report issued today by Sec
retarv Charles J. Columbus. Of this
iMimlier. immediate responses were re
ceived from 113 cases, a
ARMY?NAVY
Army Orders.
First Lieut. Harry Hawley. Htli In
fantry. is detailed as professor of mili
tary science and tactics at the Riverside
Military Academy. Gainesville. Ga.
By direction of the President and upon
the application of" First Sergt. William
C. Hendrix. Company K, 1st Infantry,
that soldier will be placed upon the re
tired list.
First Lieut. George M. Peek. Coast Ar
tillery Corps, is assigned to the command
of the United States Army mine planter
Gen. John M. Schofield.
Leave of absence for one month is
granted First Lieut. Donald J. MacLach
lan, 22d Infantry.
First Lieut. James C. Gunn, Philippine |
Scouts, will proceed to the Letterman
General Hospital, Presidio of San Fran
cisco. Cal.. for examination as to his
physical fitness for service
By direction of the President and upon
the application of Firs{ Sergt. Benjamin
Guinee, <"ompany D, loth Infantry, that
soldier will be placed upon the retired
list.
First Lieut. James S. Dusenbury, Coast
Artillery Corps, is relieved from the
116th Company and will proceed to Sa
vannah for duty.
First Lieut. William W. Hicks. Coast
Artjllery Corps, is relieved from command
of the mine planter Gen. John M. Scho
field and will assume command of the
mine planter Gen. Edward O. C. Ord.
Capt. William E. De Sombre. Coast Ar
tillery Corps, is transferred from the Sth
to the 92d Company.
Capt. Richard Furnival. Coast Artillery
Corps, will report to the commanding
officer, coast defenses of Chesapeake
bay, for duty.
First Lieut. John L. Holcombe. Coast
Artillery Corps, is assigned to the 36th |
Compa ny.
First Lieut. William W. Hicks, ('oast
Artillery Corps, is transferred from the '
133th to the 167th Company.
First Lieut. Oscar A. Russell. <'oasl Ar
tillery Corps, is relieved from duty on
Long Island and assigned to the ."7th
Company. *
Naval Orders.
Assistant Paymaster D. T. Chalmers,
from the Oeark to the Severn.
Assistant Paymaster J. D. P. Hodapp.
from bureau of supplies and accounts to
the Ozark.
Professor of Mathematics Milton Upde
grafT. from hydrographic office to naval
station. Samoa.
Chief Machinist G. R. Thompson,
from the Panther to home and await
orders.
Machinist R. E. Rueker, from the Bir
mingham to treatment Naval Hospital,
New York, X. Y.
Np.val Movements.
The .lupitrr has arrived at Mare Is
land. and the Xereus sit Xorfolk.
The New Hampshire has sailed from
Vera Cruz for Tuxpatn, the Celtic from
Villefranche for Marseille, the Alert from
San Pedro for San Diego, the Tecumseh
from Xorfolk for Washington and the
Cummlngs from Key West for Pensacola.
The Salem, at New York, has been or
dered to proceed to Charleston*
The destroyers and submarines of the
torpedo flotilla of the Pacific fleet, ac
companied by the Alert and.Iris, will pro
ceed to the Mare Island navy yard for
overhauling during the month of De
cember.
Real Estate Transfers.
XO. 110 D STREET SOl'TH EAST?< 'ath
erine M. Grace to Mary C. Clielini, let
7, square 733; $10.
MERIDIAN HILL?J. George Werner et
ux. to Katherine T. ' Deegan. lot 71,
block 4; $10.
XO. H04 14TH STREET XORTHWEST?
George S. Rees et ux. to ? Melvin F.
Fischer, lot 70, square 218; ?10.
XO. 000 MARYLAXD AVEXUE XORTH
EAST?John Quinn et al., trustees, to
John Bresnahan. lot 27, square 0:t0;
$3,130.
DEAXWOOD HEIGHTS?John \V. Greg
ory et ux. to H.itiie V. Parker, lots
13, 16 and 17. square 5271; $lo.
CHEVY CHASE GROVE?Ryiand B.
Bailey to Fulton R. Gordon, lot is,
square 2 21: $10.
DOBBINS ADDITION*?Arthur \V. Fish
er et ux. to Elton O. and Katnerine
V. Pillow, lot 33, square 04; $10.
REXO AXD MOXTELLO?Joseph Y.
Reeves et al., trustees, to Lizzie C.
Manogue. lot 16, block s, Reno, and
lots 2H and 30, block 14; $423.
WOODRIDGE?Henry A. Vieth et ux. to
Lewis H. Disney, lot 41, block 10; $10.
12:$ CARROLL STREET SOUTHEAST?
Roe B. Cate to Walter S. and Mary
E. Smith, lot 21, square 7; 12; $10.
COLUMBIA HEIGHTS?Emanuel Piflfer
ling to John F. Bavne and George C.
Pumphrey, lot 21, block 23; $10.
BROOKLAXD?William E. Edmonston et
al., trustees, to Lillian M. Small,
part lots 1 and 2, block 12; $J,22.">.
WEST WOODRIDGE?John L. Warren
et ux. to Henry A. Vieth, lot 11,
square 4341; *1<>.
NO. 131S D STREET NORTHWEST?
Hilda B. Cerder to Graficn D. P.
Bailev, part original lot 11. square
238; $10.
SAUL'S ADDITION?Mary M. William
son to Raphael A. Xeale, lot 33,
square 2!?2o; $10.
G STREET SOUTHWEST between South
Capitol and Half streets?Paul F.
Alexander to Earl F. Coultry, lot 27,
square east of 642; $10.
BLOOMIXGDALE?Annie M. Young to
George M. McCulIocli, ;>., lot 88,
block, 9; 110.
XOS. 612 AXD 614 E STREET XORTH
WEST, STABLE IX REAR. AXD
28TH AXD NEED WOOD STREET
XORTHWEST?Frank W. Dow-ling
to Gertrude II. Dowling. lot IS and
part lot 19. square 457; lots 1 to 1,
square 1194. and all interest in es
tate of Amanda E. Dowling; $10.
I SAUL'S ADDITION*? Raphael A. Xeale
to Horace G-. and Rosalie i.. Smithy,
lot 33. sqare 2920; S10.
XOS. 27, 29, 33. 35 AND 37 F STREET
XORTHWEST, AXD XOS. 18, 20 AND
26 MASSACHUSETTS AVENUE
NORTHWEST?George W. Linkins
et al.. trustees, to Rudolph B. Beh
rend, lots 54. 55, 56, 58. 59, 61, 64
and 65, square 626; S12.700.
NO. 437 9TH STREET SOUTHWEST,
AND 905 GOLDEN STREET SOUTH
WEST?Washington Loan and Trust
Company, trustee, to Johanna H.
Johnson, lot 156. part lot 77, and
part original lots 1 and 2, square
387; S.VJ'.O.
I PETWORTll -Uiddaugh & Shannon
?o Katie W. Ernbrey. lot 51. block
72; 510.
I ^
Buildins* Permits.
Building permits today were issued to
the following:
Wintteld Preston, to build dwelling at
427 to 437 Columbia road northwest;
architects, Hunter & Bell; builder, Win
field Preston; estimated cost. $13,000.
H. G. Smithy, to build dwelling ^t 121S
Crittenden street northwest; architect, W.
R. Talbott; builder, H. G. Smithy; esti
mated cost. $3,200.
J. F. Waller & Bros., to build stores
'at I33S and 1366 C street southeast: archi
' tects. ?A. Hidden <!c Son; builder. II.
Henderson; estimated cost. <M.25o.
W. Woodville, to build dtvellin , at #2(>5
Van Ness .street northwes-t; architect, M
Roby; build' r, W. Woodville; estimated
cost. $3,500.
H. L. Green, to repair dwelling at 3224
Warder street northwest; estimated cost,
$330.
W. F. Dennis, to repair dwelling at 1337
P street northwest; estimated cost, $200.
M. D. Grain, to repair store and dwell
ing at 661 Pennsylvania avenue south
east; estimated cost, $123.
NEW YORK METAL MARKET.
NEW YORK, November !?-ad
, Quiet. 4.23a4.:!3; in London. '-IS! 2s Od.
Spelter?Quiet. 3.20a3.30; in London, 1120
I 12s 0d.
NEW YORK CURB PRICES.
Quotations furnished by W. B. Hibba & Co.,
members New York Stock Exchange.
0|*>n. Hirk. Ijow. 1:4ft.
British Am. Tobaeeo. 23%
Kerr I.ake I *.? Hi 4 JMG 4 it ir, 4!?-n?
I Nevada iniis .TO .*"' .5"
' Nli'Uislnr Mlin'? Co.. 7'* 7% 7% 7>i
WEATHER.
Partly Cloudy Tonight and Friday:
Little Temperature Changes.
For tlie District of Columbia?Partly
cloudy tonight and Friday: little changf
in temperature; light to moderate south
winds.
The southeastern high pressure area
still persists with moderate temperatures,
hut over the remainder of the country
pressure is low with abnormally high
temperatures, except in the Pacific
states, and with cloudy and unsettled
weather. General rains occurred west of
tiie Rocky mountains and from the lake
region eastward.
Unsettled weather with occasional rains
will continue tonight and Friday over the
northern districts east of the Mississippi
river, with somewhat lower tempera
tures. In the south fair weather will
continue.
The winds along the New England and
middle Atlantic coast will be moderate
southwest: on the south Atlantic coast
light to moderate variable: on the east
gulf coast light to moderate east and
southeast.
.Records for Twenty-Four Hours.
Phe following were the readings of the
thermometer and barometer at tii<- weath
er bureau for the twenty-four hours he
ginning at 2 p.m. yesteiday:
Thermometer?Yesterday. 4 p.m.. 7?); 8
p.m.. 02; 12 midnight. ??l; today, 4 a.m .
57; S a.m.," 53; 12 noon. 74: 2 p.m.. 7?i.
Maximum. 7?? at 2 p.m. today; minimum.
52 at 7 a.m. today.
Temperature same date last year?Maxi
mum. 05: minimum, 40.
Barometer? Yesterday. 4 p.m., W.01; S
p.m.. 12 midnight, 2!?.W; today. 4
| a.m., : 8 a.in., 12 noon, .'9U.0.V. 2
; p.m.. ::n.o.",.
i
Condition of the Water.
Temperature and condition of the water
at K a.m.: Creat Falls?Temperature. 4!>:
condition. 85. Dalecarlia reservoir?Tem
perature. 50; condition at north connec
tion, 1K>: condition at south connection,
55. Georgetown distributing reservoir?
Temperature. 4*>: condition at influent
gatehouse. 50; condition at effluent gate
house, 14.
I
The Sun and Moon.
Today?Sun rose <5:47 a.m.; sun sets
4:f:i p. in.
Tomorrow?Sun rises t>: 48 a.m.
Moon rises 11:12 p.m.
t Weather in Various Cities.
^ Temperature. ~
St M ions.
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BUmarck ....
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Charleston ..
Chicago
Cincinnati ...
Cleveland ...
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Detroit
Calveston ...
Helena
Jacksonville..
KisuKiis City.
I.os A nsjeles. .
I-ouisville ...
New Orleans.
New York....
j Oklahoma ...
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Portland. Me.
l'ortland.Ori*.
Salt bake C..
San Diego....
S. Francisco.
St. I.op.Is ....
St. Paul ....
WASH.. D C.
20.78
29.88
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29.98
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Up-Biver Waters.
Stat<- of
weal her.
0.20
0.10
0.58
0.01
0.22
<>.58
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0.22
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Pt.cloudy
Cloudy
Cloudy
I't.cloudy
Clear
Cloudy
Clear
Cloudy
I't. cloudy
Cloudy
<'londy
Clouuy
Clear
CI <udy
Cloudy
Cloudy
I'l. iM.dy
Cloudy
C.inwv
<' ouily
< 'loudy
? :oj.,y
C.outly
Clear
Clear
?' ouily
n.cloudy
Itiiu
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I't .cloudy
I't.cloudy
Special Dispatch to The Star.
HARPERS FERRY, \V. Va., November
2<i.?Potomac and Shenandoah rivers boti
muddy this morning.
THE COURTS.
District Supreme Court.
I EQl'ITY COURT NO. 1-Justice Could.
In re lunacy of Charles Straub. Lewis
Weaver, William C. Stone and James
Brady; orders approving reports of
auditor; attorney, Frederick A. Fenning.
Harris agt. Harris; I. I. H. Alward ap
pointed to defend and proof ordered taken
before Fountain Peyton, examiner; plain
tiff's attorney, Thomas L. Jones.
Creecy agt. Creecy; decree pro con
fesso; plaintiff's attorney, George H.
Macdonald.
EQUITY COURT No. 2?Justice Stafford.
Dunbar agt. Dunbar; submitted without
argument; plaintiff's attorney, L. M.
King; defendant's attorneys, Carrington,
Truitt. Scott.
Mattingly agt. Mattiugly; sate finally
atitied: plaintiff's attorney, C. C. James;
defendant's attorney--. Ptiilip Walker,
A. H. Beil and B. F. Lelgiiton.
Adams agt. Adams; disbursements by
trustee approved: plaintiff's attorney,
George C. Gertman.
In re release of part lot square 315;
decree substituting trustee; plaintiff s at
torney, George C. Gertman.
In re estate of Kate F. Fogarty; refer
ence to auditor: petitioner's attorney,
D. W. O'Donoghue.
Chandler aKt. Goldthwaite; sale decreed,
with Fulton Lewis and W. E. Richardson
trustees; bond, $5,5U0; plaintiff's attorney,
Fulton Lewis: defendant's attorneys,
Ralston & Richardson.
Coleman agt. Coleman: B. L. Gaskins
appointed to defend and proof ordered
taken before L. M. King, examiner;
plaintiff's attorney, P. W. Frisby.
Fox agt. Patterson: on hearing; plain
tiff's attorney, P. H. Marshall; defend
ant's attorney, C. H. Merillat.
Hendricks agt. S. & S. Shock Absorber;
decree pro confesso; plaintiff's attorney.
Nelson Wilson.
CIRCUIT COURT NO. 1-Justice Bar
nard.
Ellyson agt. Philadelphia, Baltimore
and Washington Railway Company et al.;
leave granted plaintiff to tile amended
declaration forthwith: plaintiff's attor
neys. Douglas, Ruflin & Ohear; defend
ant's attorneys, McKenney, F tannery .&
Hitz. Hamilton. Yerkes & Hamilton.
Duty agt. Koop: leave granted de
fendant to lile additional plea forthwith
and jury sworn: plaintiff's attorneys,
Crandal Mackey and Huyden Johnson;
defendant s attorneys. Ft. A. f-'ord and
(J. H. Johnson.
Slyder agt. Washington and Old Domin
ion Railway Company: verdict for plain
tifi for *7.5n>; plaintiff's attorneys. 1". J.
Hogan and F. C. Handy: defendant's at
torneys W. J. Lambert and R. II" Yeat
mun.
CIRC I'IT COURT NO. 2?Justice \nde*
# son.
Cercio a?t. Capital Traction Compan* ;
H. Wlnsbip .Wheatley granted ?to
withdraw appearance for plaint f:" and
rule on plaintiff to employ new c?.unsel.
Urnianti agt. Washington Railway and
Electric Company; on trial; pla ntiff s at
torneys. F. S. Paladini and E. J . Colla
day; defendant's attorney, George .*.
I loovcr.
-t i". ?<
P.
:il'lt'
I*'
:"tice
t orl ctt.
by tli -
: -dv. urd
CRIMINAL COURT NO. 1
?'l:i1i iU -:h.
r,.it<'.l States av;. l);:\?d
l ?.ii."-ehr?aking; v?-r*llct not ^
rectioji of court; attonif y
Mitchell.
I'nited States a?t. John Edwai is as
.<-ault with dangerous v.-apon; verdict
guilty: sent, need to penitential:ut ;ive
years; attorney. O. A. Bii:one.~.8
United fc'Utt. ^ t^-.vis T. Kmmont.
abduction; warrant u: removal nhd and
defendant committed.
CRIMINAL COURT NO. 2?Justice
Wright.
Lesg avt. Carter; continued for the
term: plaintiff s attorney. E. W. R.
lEwing; <??Pendant's attorneys. McNeill
1 & McN< ill.
Hunt a.^t. J. Maiir.% i.?ov>- Conipany;
^iv< ji " .I'iry: plaintiffs :'tt<irne\
W. O'Brien .Lttd V. Sheri r; defend
ant's attorney", -M. -I. <*??lb? rl.
Warren .'i"t<>r Sales Co. agt.
Bro?.: "ii trial: plaintiff's
George L U'hit ford: <lefeni1ant"
neys. Havden Johnson and F.
terFon.
Seanlon agt. < 'oldeiistroth: verdict for
plaintiff for $125: plaintiff's attorney. ?
F. S.. Perry; defendant's attorney. M.
W. Sullivan.
Mills agt. Washington Railway and
Electric Company: continued for the |
term; plaintiff's attorney. K. II. Jack
son: defendant's attorney, s. R. Bo^vcn.
Lisinger
ti torney,
s attor
II. Pat
FINANCIAL.
FOR SALE
High-Class Modern Residences
Handsome English basement residem-e. stone and oolorinl bri< I* t r?ji ?
y. Prire. $23,000. Trust $13.?iOW tl ?>'?
Conn. Ave., Near "S" St.
glish basement res
14 rooms, 3 baths. l>arge lot to alle
Wyoming Ave., West of Conn. Ave.
Fine colonial brick residence. IS rooms. bath*, modern in ever*
tail. Wide an<l deep lot to alley. Trust, $17,000. Submit offer of $2J,000
It might be accepted.
Overlooking Avenue of Presidents.
Magnificent home, center hall plan, wide porches, fine barn. !????.??? m>
feet land, fine old shade trees and sloping lawns. Trust. No
reasonable offer above trust will be refused Ground alone worth th?
price. INVESTIGATE THIS. Ml'ST BE SOI.IV
Bancroft Place Residence.
English basement plan, 13 rooms, elegant baths, etr. Wide lot l*i i <
$22,50o.
"S" St., West of Conn. Ave.
An exclusive section. 3-story and attic stone atid bri<*k i esklen <
Price. S17.5<N?.
Wyoming Ave., West of Columbia Road.
3-story and attic brick residence. 11 rooms, electric and gas lit;
Nice lot. Price. $10,000. Trust. %1 -.000.
Elegant Corner Residence
On KALOKAMA HEIGHTS. Ix>t 130x165. Center hall plan: rooms on
first lloor. 12 master's ehaxnbers. 4 baths, servants" rooms and bath*
Garage, etc. Price, $7O.<*00?
Very Near Mass. Ave. and Q St.
w English basement residence, electric and gas liulit* and niodi
j every detail. Price $20,000. Easv terms, as it is CM5AR.
1L. W. GROOMES, **H H St.
Real Estate, Loans and Insurance.
Main 6102.
Capital. $200,000.00. Surplus and I'ndlvided Profits Ovi r $120.?aw?m? ?
. " " ' " ?*
Timnie=tested Service. I
OFFICERS
U
::
The fact that this is g
A. G. CLAWIAM I're.ideot I VY asllillgton's OLD I I S V g
ja.mks a. cahii.i .vi? ri*v.<i<nt savings batik is wort In ??f H
rOCKEB K. SANDS Vice lTcsl.lint
C. L. BOWMAN Cashl'T
W. KEGINALD LEWIS Asst. cashier Tluit \\ C lia\f ^tOH? 1 i 1V
consideratu in.
DIRECTORS:
A. G. Claphaui. Wlltuu J. I.am'.?ort.
.Tamos A. Cablll. .1ain?'> tansimrgb.
Victor J. Kriiii. A. K. I.. I.e<-kif\
Max l'isctaer. Krnnk I*. Milliurn,
R. Golden Donaldson. Jos. K. Kalrb.
l'rank I*. Harmon, A. K. Handle.
Tucker K. Sands.
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grown during all tlic>c years
PROVES the uniform ex
cellence of our service.
?> l.et us have >oui !-a< ior
commercial account.
Interest paid ??n
SAVINGS AC
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EJ? Commercial Accounts invited. , ' COUNTS Coltl
Safe-deposlt Boxes for rent. pounded every six months
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Union Savinsrs Bank,!
98
The Oldest Savings Bank in W ashington. S
H 710 14th Street X. \V. .*
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CAPITAL ??50.000
EARNED SURPLUS 2u0.0U0
COLUMBIA
NATIONAL BANK.
911 F Street N.W.
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?ALBERT F. POX P: tsiue.it
CHARLES B. BAILEY"..Vice Pns
BENJAMIN W. GUY....Vice Pres.
CLARENTE CORSON Cashier
ARTHUR N. MITCHELL.
Acting Asst. Cashier
DIRECTORS:
David J. Kaufman.
B?-oj. F. Leirbton.
Joim Mitchell. Jr.,
Theodore \V. Noyea.
C. Fraud* Sau!.
Loais I*. Stiueiuaker.
firo. W. F. SivurtzelJ
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Charles II. Bailey.
William E. Barker.
Chas. F. Benjamin,
John Joy Ed sou.
Albert F. Fox,
Benjamin W. liuv.
John A. Hamilton.
Rrninard II. Warner,
EQUITABLE
Co-Operative Building
Association.
915 F.Strez: ||j
Assets, $2,706,071.86.
You Will Accomplish ;:
?more than ever in sav- , j
ing if you adopt the syste- 1
inatic saving plan of the
i Equitable.
Shares in the 66th issue
now open for subscription i
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Shares, $2.^0 Each.
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Real Estate
Management
E MAINTAIN
a completely
equipped and
well organiz
ed department for the
management of real estate.
flrompt and efficient at
tention given all details.
\l The Washington |
: ? Loss11 <& Trust Company |
i* Cor 9th and F Sts.
.-?ir:v JOY FPSOX. Fre*idenr. it
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| liolliater ? ;;1 ? I'ummi'r; motion for
'new ;? ini filed: plaintiff's attorney.'
' Miivk St*.arm;*,ji: defendant's attorney.
li ri-'t.-ot* Oatley.
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? iIAN'KHt'i'Vt'Y COURT?Justice Coulil.
I In I'o Ka? hat I Katz; rule returnable
Heeeirher ?> and order appointing
J G?*o?-Rf Shinn receiver; b<hid. $2.ft00.
i !r. re F. K. B. Company; order refcr
i ring report to referee.
I .
! PROBATE COURT?Justice Stafford.
] Estate of Mary Xlaloney; will dated
I March 6. 1901. filed.
j Estate of Marie M. Petty: petition for
|probate
( 1 ?a vit.
of will filed; attorney, H. E.
j Estate of Appolonia Stuntz; sale con
ijr*ri. <l; attorney, 1>. VV. Baker.
Estv.te of Mary P. Pierce; will admit-j
t?-d in probate and letters testamentary J
(I to Martha N. Pierce; bond.;
JjO'J: attorneys, Wilson & Purksdalc.
Estate of Maria L. Hodgson; orders to
settle claim and sell .stock; attorneys.
J. H. Archer and John Lewis Smith.
Estate of Allen W. Hodge; will ad
mitted to probate and letters testa
inentary ^to Mary E. Hodgman;
bond. $ 1 oo; attorney. George C. Gert
man.
Estate of William Ryan; order allow
ing counsel fee; attorneys. M. J. Col
bert and J. A. Qulnn.
Estate of Albert W. Graham; will
dated August 2, 1*J09, tiled.
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Your Bank |
?Should Be More
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?Depository
?lor the protection of I
your >ur|iius funds.
This bank is EV ERY
THING that a modern,
properly managed na- \\\
tional hank SHOULD 1)1
EE. |
Its large resources, ade
quate facilities and con- ?)j
venient location make it
a >ati>lactor\ depository j>j
from every viewpoint.
Sound iiiv :u ? ua-i" . r <? 1 >iu r> j?
The Riggsl
NATIONAL BANK. |
PENX. AVE.. OPr. C. S. TUEASL'BY.
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A LIMITED NUMBER OF
Mortgage
?/? Notes .For Sate
?Aisijily >wiired ???? . rii <?!: ira .??!?: . < ?'?
write or lor full fj'; ii-til.-i - ? u ? .
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REAL ESTATE TRl'ST CO..
1414 r M I *in IU Muiti
"Everybody Knows
ARTHUR COWSILl^
Builder.'
99
Contract completed :
\\ ireless Station Buildings.
The Safest E ovestments
Aro those tliat do not flu-tuate <lur hk <tU
turlfcd ooiMlitloQ* of tlx- mono or ?to<:k
market. First of trust DOiM iflr?t
uiorlpi)1!), well on rial rtlalr n
tiif District of ('oluutMii. i?uiititWi< ' Kilt
edge" investments. Tlicy <lo not depend
U|?>n the financial KopM^iliililv o( ioJt
viduaU or ?-or|ionitlotiK for their staldlii*
mid iii'* froui tu\k<Ion :n mrivaal
JtrOJCTll . We <1111 fll|>|>i> Mlcli llivr\t ??
111 hino.inf - from Sfirto m?'.iard. Send U<t
liookU'f. "Couevniin;' l<uui and lateot
went* '
SwartzeiilL Rr?em &
Ffercsey Co.,
127 15tli sr. .N.w
554''^ Kea!! Estate
072JO - Notes
For Sale (first mortgages).
On Itui?roTed City Property
All well secured. and in notes of SS'Hl.
$1.4X10, '00. etc.
SHANNON & LUCHS.
7113 B4th St. N.W.
4Vi'i AND 5% MONET
to loau on approved city
real e*tat? aecurlty.
JRKKK I.. HKISKE1.L. Um H at. g.>
Money to Loan
Secured by I'lrit Deed of l"ru?t on lteni Estaln.
Prevailing lutereat aud umitnlattan.
Joseph I. Weller, 620 F St N.W,

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