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8 THE YVASJiliNtfTOiN V Jl1NH U TIMES TLl1 HONDA MON Dal JULY 1 EII1Y 6 1 1ju JU3
I FINANCE FINAN E AND
DAILY STOCK STOCKMARKET MARKET REVIEW REVIEWMarket REVIEW1larket REVIEWMarket
Market Continues Dull DullDeclines Declines Confined Confined Chiefly to toIndustrials toIndustrials toIndustrials
Industrials Smelter Losing Over One Point PointRailroad PointRailroad PointRailroad
Railroad List Fairly Steady
NEW YORK July Q Q5toek Stock market marketopened mnrkctopened
opened quietly ylth 1tb very cry few changes changesof
of o Importance In tho International or ortho ortho
tho railroad list generally but with a anumber number
number umber of considerable declines ouiong ouiongtho ol1ongthe
the industrials Amalgamated Copper Copperwas Copperas
was as tho most active Issue losing 91 In Inall Inall
all Smelting lost on light dealings dealingsand dealJnssnnd dealingsand
and Brooklyn Rapid Transit lost lostTho S STho
Tho disparity between railroads and la ladustrlals lu4ustrlals
dustrlals was emphasized In tho later laterdealings laterdeallnss
dealings Smelters losing IVi 1 In all and andthere nndthero
there was aa one onosnlQ sale of Amalgamated AmalgamatedCopper AmalgamlltodCopper
Copper at o loss of 1 Baltimore and andOhio l1dOhio
Ohio gained but otherwise tho tIuc fluetuatlons tIuctuaUons
tuatlons tuation In tho International list did didnot didnot
not exceed 34 per cent Steels aro baro baroly baro1r
ly 13 steady Norfolk and Western lost lostTho 109tThe
The market Is dull Bonds oro also alsoquiet nlsoquiet
quiet prices holding well
11 o m mExtreme Extreme dullness was the theonly theonly theonly
only featuro of tho market during during the thefirst the11rst
first hour London did practically noth nothing nothinS
inS and commission house business was waslittle wasl1ttlc waslittle
little more than nominal There was wn tho thousual thousual
usual lack of Interest but It spcmed s med to tobe tobe
be Intensified by tho absence of man manwho mnnwho mans
who bad not returned from celebrating celebratingtho
tho holiday Tho general list opened openedpractically openedractlcnlly
practically lower and declined on an anNEW anNEW
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET MARKETReported MARKETReported MARKETtltcported
Reported by Ay W D Hibba Co 1410 F FStreet FStreet FEtreet
Street Members Icmber New icur York Stocfc toclc tocl Exchange ExchangeChicago Exchs18cchlcll
Chicago hlcll fi Board oard of Trade Washington Stock stock Ex ExchangeJ ExtJbangeJ Exebangej S
changeJ
Open Blh Low 1 P1L
Amal Copper pper 635i 3 5351 53 62 63ii 63
Am Car Fdy 3 311 38 38 28
Am Car Fdy I < dy pt 89 8934 89 89 89
Am Smelt 44J4 44 444 44 444 43 44
Am Sugar 121 121 120 1ZQI4 120 j
Anaconda 87 87 S5 S3 65 65A S51A
t A A T F S Fo 67 6S 67 Mfc 6 16
A A T F S Fe pf D2 92 2 92 92 92tft
B 0 85 g6 6 3 85 SG
B R T 57 aSJi 5S 67 7 51 5
Can Pacific 1S4 124 1243 124 124
C O 38 K 3 SSTi 38 3ST6 3SJ 38 383i 38
Chi Gt West 19 19 19 19 1914
C M I St P P150 150 151 l 1 150 15Hi 161
C R I p 83 34T4 34 33 M 4
C R I P pf 72 72 72 72
Col Fuel F > 1el Iron e34 3 314 C3 G14 63 G314 64
Del el Hudson Hudsonlj3 173 174 173 133 174 174Erie
Erie com 33 34 3 3S S4 S4Erlo MErlo
Erlo IfJt pf O7 7 H 68 684 G7 68 SV S3
Brlo2dpf Eric 2d pt 56 57 56 5 57 574k
Illinois Contra ContrnL133 153 13S 13SSJ 133 12314 133 133Louis 133t6
Louis Nash NllBhHU1 111 111 111 111 lUv 11V
Manhattan El El137 137 137 137 137
Wet St Ry Ry12214 122 122 2224 122 12ZJ4 12S 12SMo 1 1Mo 1ZZ4
Mo Io Pacific 102 103 W214 102 103 103K 103N 1O34
N Y Central Central127 127 127 12114 127 127 127Norfolk 127A
Norfolk West 65 1i 67 7 65 67
Pa H R 125 U5t4 1251 12 126 < J 126 U6i 125 125Peoples U3Pe
Peoples Pe les Qas 9S S 93 S 98 98 98Pressed 98XS
Pressed Steel Car 53 53 63 63 63Reading 63Rondlns
Reading 61 11 51 51 1 51 51St 61St
St lu L Southw pf 38 83 33 384 38 283 283o 3S 3SSo = 5
So o Pacific 49 49 4934 49 49S 49 49So 49So 49S 49So
S So Railway 2J J 24 Z44 24 24 Z414
Union Paclflo 81 82 81 8114 81 81II 81U 813
U S Steel t 30 30Yl 30 30 30 3017
U S Steel pf 81 8114 8t 8114 81 81 81Wabash 81Wabash 8V 8VWabash
Wabash 24 Z 24 24 21Yl ½ 24 24Vabaahpf 2H
Wabash Vabaahpf IJ pg 44 44 44 44 44VIOLENT H1i H1iVIOLENT S
VIOLENT BREAK BREAKIN BREAKIN BREAKIN
IN COTTON PRICES PRICESNEW PRICESEW PRICESxEw
NEW EW YORK July 6 GThe The cotton mar market market ¬
ket tet broke violently today cotton lor deUvory de delivery detver ¬ S
livery tver this month Oflth falling 325 per bale baleIn bnleIn balcIn
In tho first two hours of business and andoptions andoptOI13 I
IS
options for delivery In August and later latermonths latermonths latcinioziths S
months U 4 per bale baleThe baloTho haloThe
The Liverpool market was w reported as ashaving asbnvlng a abaying
having recovered only onlrfcebly feebly from thc tbodemoralized tho4emQrnl1zed thcemqra1Izod
demoralized condition which prevailed prevailedqn provallcgn
qn Saturday Tho faction which has hastho haatbe ha hath
tho th market cornered were apparently apparentlyselling aIJparentlyel11n apparentlyselling
selling el11n futuro contract In enormous enormousquantities enormousqunutlUes enormowquantities
quantities and at a heavy henV sacrifice sacrificeOn l3acrI sacrilicoOn co coOn
On tho cotton exchange it was assumed assumedthat assumedthat I Ithat
that tho faction had boon driven to this thispolicy tbJa1ollcy I Ipolicy
policy after discovering its it Inability to tomarket tomarket tcmarko
market marko tho th 200000 bales of actual cot cotton cotton cotton ¬
ton it holds hold and on which Its corner Is Isbased Isbnsed 1 1based
based
Opening Noon NoonBid NoonBid NoonEid
Bid Asked Bid Asked
July 12 120 CO 1185 1185Aug 1185Aug 1185Aug
Aug 1260 1255 1183 1184 1184Sept nSeSo i iSept
Sept So pt 1148 1149 1084 1085 1085Oct 1086Oct 1081Oct
Oct 1028 1030 1003 1005 1005Nov 10O 10ONov 5 5Nov
Nov 992 093Dec 093 993Dec 93 93Dec
Dec 900 991 974 975 975Jan g75Jan 921987
Jan 9S6 987 971 972 972Feb 972Feb 97 1 1Feb
Feb 980 985 970 97 97March
March 979 981 970 970CHICAGO 970mCAGO 97 97HICAGO
CHICAGO mCAGO GRAIN MARKET MARKETSpecial MARKETSpecial MARKETSpeetni
Special to The Washington Times TimesCHICAGO TimesCHICAGO macsChICAGO
CHICAGO July 6 GThc GTh Thp following followingprices follow1ogrlCe5 followtn followtnDrlces
prices rlCe5 wore quoted on the grain market markettoday markettoday marketoday
today
Opening Noon NoonWheat NoonWheat NoonWheat
Wheat Bid Asked Aske Bid Asked AskedJuly AskedJulr Asked3uly
July 70 7614 76 76sh ½ 76 76Sept 76Sopt 26Sept
Sept 75 754 76 i5A 75 75Corn 76Corn 75Corn
Corn CornMay CornMay CornMuy
May 48 48 481h 49 49July 49luly 49July
July 50 50 50s 60 60Sept 60H 60HSept OL OLEept
Sept 50 6014 50 O 50 50Oats GaYs GaYsOats 50Oats
Oats OatsJuly OatsJuly OatsJuly
July 40 40Bept 40BeIJt 40sept
sept 33 345fr345i 345fr345iPork 34fJ 34 34 34Pork H HPork
Pork PorkSept PorkSept S
Sept 1585 1585Lard 1585Lard 1585Lard
Lard LardBept LardIopt Lardopt
Bept opt 837 832 832Ribs 83ZRlbs 832Ribs
Ribs RibsBept RlbsScpt Ribscpt
Bept cpt 885 88 877 877REAL 611REAL 877REALESTATE
REAL REALESTATE ESTATE TRANSFERS TRANSFERSMetropolis TRANSFERSlctropolls TRANSFERSMetropolis
Metropolis Vlow VlowWlll1 ViewWilliam William m O Donlson Donlsonsurviving DonlsonIvlng DonlsonrvIving
surviving rvIving Ivlng trustee to Arthur L I Dlotrlcb Dlotrlcblots DiotrlchJots a alots
lots 1 and 2 block 5 10 10Brookland 10BrooklandEmmaUno
Brookland BrooklandEmmaUno Emmallno I L Moore tP tPAmela tDAmeHa ti tiAmelia y
Amelia H Moore cast h j lot 9 block 24 24ioo
100 100North
North Columbia Heights llelghtaGeQrgc George P PHoblnson PRobinson I
Robinson et t aL at to toT T 1 Frederick Davis Davislot Dnvlslot Davhlot I
lot 4 block 5 117113 117113Bloomlngdale 117113DJoomJndllleJoseIJh
Bloomlngdale DJoomJndllleJoseIJh Joseph Paul ot ux to toFrancis toFrancIs t 0
Francis A Blundon lots 75 76 77 110 110to 110to 11 11to 0
to 115 black 9 510 510CUBAS 10 10CUBAS 10CUBASEXHIBlT
CUBAS CUBASEXHIBlT EXHIBIT AT ATST ATST
ST LOUIS EXPOSITION EXPOSITIONMinister EXPOSITIONMInister I
Minister Squlera has advised tho thoStato thoStato tli tliStato 0
Stato Department that tho Cuban gov government government ¬
ernment has voted otld an appropriation of orSOOOO c c
80000 for a Cuban exhibit at tho thoLouisiana thoLouisiana tb 0
tbL
Louisiana Purchase Exposition Of O this thissum thissum thi thid L
sum 130000 30000 0000 IB l diroctoa to bo expended expendedIn oxpendc d
In a study of American Ame n methods of llv livIng liilug 5
lug
average a of about 3 point before and of ofhalf OfhaIr ofalf
half h alf hour Later It recovered and at
11 1 1 a In was wn M to higher than Friday FridayThcro Frida FridaThero FridayThcro
Thcro was no special feature to the thegeneral thegeneral
general g eneral market barring perhaps an ad advance adance adance ¬
vance V ance of o a point in Norfolk and Vest Western Vestern ¬
ern e ra Missouri Pacific was up 3 on Its Itsexcellent Itsexcellent Itsxcellent
excellent e showing of earnings earningsTho onrnlngBTho
Tho Industrial list was heavy heav with withtbo withtho witho
tbo th o exception of Colorado Fuel and Iron Ironwhich Ironwhich ironhich
which w hich was notably strong gaining 2 2points 2IJolnts
points p oints but not holding all of it The Thesteel Thesteel Theteel
steel s teel stocks were fractionally lower but butrallied butra1l1ed butallied
rallied r slightly with the rest of the themarket themorkot
market m arket Anaconda was down 2 points pointsand IJ01ntsnod
and a nd Amalgamated Copper 1 114 Smelters Smeltersalso Smoltorsalso Smelterslso
also a lso lost 1U 1 points but recovered frac fractionally fractionally freeionally ¬
tionally t Thero seemed to bo some sup support support
port p ort to the copper stocks on the dc dccllnos decllnos
cllnos d ines Railroad bonds wore dull Gov Government Government GoYruntent ¬
ernment o bonds unchanged unchangedNoon uncluwgedNoonTho unchangedNoonThe
Noon NoonTho Tho London houses sold about
3500 3 500 shares of stock principally Atchl Atchleon Atchison
eon a ou common and United States Steel SteelTho SteelTho SteelTho
Tho strength of tho railroad list Is Islargely Islatguly
largely l the tb result of tho dealings In InEric InEric
Eric E ric It Is confidently predicted on the theboard theboard theoard
board b oard that the directors on Wednesday Wednesdaywill Wednosdaywill
will w ill declare de laro dividends at tho rate of o 4 4per 4per
per p er cant on tho first preferred and 2 per percont pOIcant
cant c ent on tho second preferred preferredWASHINGTON preferredVASHINGTON preferredWASHiNGTON
WASHINGTON STOCK MARKET MARKETEales MARKETSale
Eales Sale alosJanston Lanston nston 25fl 25flGrocno 259Oreeno
Greene Copper 422 422h 6224 6224After 622llAtter I1J22
After call callWashington Washington Gas GasP 25264 25G41251iJI 25164564
2564 2 1 25064 25l1k 564 2564 25 < G64I 2564 25612564ii
25 2564ii 2 564 < 964 2564Vi 251f64 10064 10064Capital l00jGCapital 100tj61Capital
Capital Traction 25124 25124Washington 2512iWashington 25124Washlngtoa
Washington Street Railway 429 429Greeno 4al9Greeno
Greeno Copper 10022Vs 10022VsGOVERNMENT l0022J2aoVEnUlET 10022
GOVERNMENT BOND nO 1 > s
BONDBid sDId
Bid Asked Askedu
u s srnipe zs n isno I OO ioa 1ked 1kedU 106 1062a1gao 05 05ut < nx
U 8 2a1gao J C 1830 30 108 lC6ii C6 C6U
U ut a ta s K li03 MX JnJ Wi 109 109U 1015U 1033aCltics
U 8 Sa 3aCltics a C 16C8 103 108K 108KU 108MU
U S is 4zR19O7 R 1007 ll 11V X J11V J11Vu JIIXU iIl iIlS4sC1907
u UU s S4sC1907 o c loo notf UOJ 110 mx 111 111u
U 9 4 R R102i 1P25 135 111 1M 1MU J3dU
U S So S4O1927 S4O1927tsfl1904 S 0 1C27 135 138 138U 131U
U S tsfl1904 R 190 < < IW 1 103Ji 103JiU OJ
U S fis C 1904 1 1X KX 103V 103VD
D G LG5s C cs 1924 1 4 4RAlLnOAD I M MRAILROAD
RAILROAD BONDS BONDSCapital
Capital Q plthl Traction R R 4s 4 100X lOO 108 108Met 108Met
Met eL E R 5t 5 1025 MsX III 1bX KX 1 121Met 1 1Met
Met M et tt R Cert in 1nd thdebtedncu < l btcdncs A 11 liX > X 107 107Met 10ilet
Met Ih let ieL ft R Cert indebtedness B 101 1011S lO 107 107Columbia 10 10Columbia
Columbia Q B R RG Cl 6 191 IOU 115 11 10 10Columbia l 110cdumbls O OVlumbta
Columbia O Vlumbta R R 2d mort Sa 103 10 lCd lOtfCity IOdCitT
City C OC ity Suburban 6g gg SO SOAnacoitia
Anacoitia A Potomao P fis l Ssaah W WWash
Wash W aah S rcnt eot Railway = 4s 2U tH 7i 7iWSCELLAiEOUS 74Y 74YMISCELLANEOUS 4X 4XMISCELLANEOUS
MISCELLANEOUS BONDS BONDSWash nONDsWub BONDSWsb
Wash Oas Co ser A Oi GIl21 0 19C227 102 102Wash 10 10Wash 102Wah
Wash GIla Co Coael ser B 6s 1WM27 IOO1 102 102U 10 10U 108U =
U a a Eke Light Deb Imp 1002 1D 103 10SH iO35 1WX 101 X
U S So Klcc Lfjcht Cert crt Ipdebt h > c1ebt lei 1C4Ch leiChOl 1G4bcs
Ch ChOl C bcs ok Pot Pot T TsL Iel L Cora 6i ID4 lt ltWash 10 10Vui C6 C6Wash
Wash Market Co tat Cs G 1S92 152ISIU ISP21UQ3
1911 1UQ3 Q J 108 1087co
7000 retired annually
Masonic IU11 11th Asan 6i 6 O 1903 102 102SAFE 1mSAFE PBStPE
SAFE DEPOSIT AND TRUST TRUSTsroCK8 TRUSTsroCK8aUona1 STOCKS STOCKSNational
National aUona1 aUo Safe Deposit and Trust HO 150 150Washington 15 15Viuhlngton
W t Washington ton Loan and Trust Truat210 210 f1 f1lmer 15 15Aroer
Aroer A mer Security curity and Trust SIS 240 240Union 240UnIon 240Union
Union Trust and Storage Drage 105 107 107Washington Jfiruhlnlton 107Vaahlngtcn
S Washington Saving v1nn Bank DanklOd 10d 112 112RAILROAD 11 11IUILItOD
RAILROAD STOCKS STOCK3Capital STOCKSQJpltal
Capital pitai Traction 123X 1S4V 124 124waIt
Wash Street Ry pf 41 41VIUb 1
Wash Street Ry com 11 11NATIONAL UNATIONAL
NATIONAL BANK IlA K STOCKS STOCKSBank STOOKBDmk STOCKSDank
Bank of WashIngton 440 457
Metropolitan 63E e 740
Centre CtntJ 3W 3WFarmers 3Jrarmerand
Farmers rarmerand and Mechanic 330 330Second 33 33Second
Second 110 153 153ClfaeM i1 i1C1t
ClfaeM C1t I1II 240 2i5 i
Columbia 185 185Capital II IITradenr 1b > >
Capital 170 170Trsdera
Traders 15 l 155 155Lkicoto 165Lincoln 155Lkcoth
Lincoln 12i 12iBJpB 123Rim 3
Rim now stock tock 0W 6JOL 700 700L8U113NCE 00 00INSURANCE
INSURANCE L STOCKS STOCKSFiremen STOCKSThemes y yFiremen
Firemen 25 Z y 10
Franklin 4 44 i rw
Metropolitan lIetropol1taDCoroorau MetropolitanCoreran 70 70Corcoran
Corcoran CorcoranPotomac Ci CiPottmac C CFotmtc >
Potomac 03 03Arlington 63Arlington O
Arlington 32 32Oennan 3 32German Jf
Oennan American 292 292National i22National a alItJonal
National lItJonal Union IX 8
i Columbia 11 11Hisgs J2J 2X
Hisgs Ri ga W ISJ
Peoples Otf U3 7 7Commercial
Commercial 4 6 6TITI4E j jTITTE 2 2TI
TITI4E TI INSURANCE STOCKS STOCKSReal STOCKSneAt STOCKSfleal
Real Estate Title 68 PK PKColumbia fj
Columbia Title TitleWashinRton I 6 6aah1nJtton
Washington aah1nJtton Title S STELlI ITELElIIONE n nTELEPHONE
TELEPHONE TELlI > IIOJE AND GRAPHOPHONE STOCKS STOCIiSChesapeake STOCJtsChcsapeake STOCKSChesapeake
Chesapeake and Potomac 41 UJ X 45 45American 45AznerIC4Q
American Crophopbonc 3X J X i iGAS iOAS
GAS STOCKS STOCKSWashington STOCRSWashln STOCKSWabington
Washington Washln n Gas olJif t tGeorgetown f C
Georgetown Gas Ca V VTYPE o
TYPE TYI > E MACHINE STOCKS STOCKSMergenthalcr STOOKMergenthslcr
Mergenthalcr linotype 160V ISO 1SOX IWJ
Lanston Monotype onot1pe ti 8i 53 53flSCIUtNEOU8 W WMISGELLNEOUS II IIMlSCEUiEOUS
MISGELLNEOUS STOCKS STOCKSGreene sroCfiSGreen
Greene Con Copper Co 2 i ra
Washington WaahIDI tOD Market 10 JUJ JUJorfoik IUorfulk <
Norfolk orfoik Waali W h Steamboat 216
J 1 Maury Dove Company lK 100 JBS Jft
Realty ttellt Appraisal 3i 2Utt 2UttCOURT 24j 24jCOURT 4J 4JCOUBT
COURT RECORD RECORDEquity RECORDEquity RECORDEquity
Equity Court No 1 1JustIce Justice Andor AndorBon AndorGonJohnson
Bon GonJohnson Johnson va Johnson Johns n ot al order orderto orderto orderto
to negotiate loan Moore vs Moore ot etal otni
al referred to auditor McMahon Mc lwlOn vs vsBurns V8Burns vsBurns
Burns ot al do doDistrict doDistrIct doDlatrict
District Court CourtJustice Justice Anderson AndorsonIn AndorsonInre In Inre
re condemnation of square CJO Emma EmmaBrenner EmmaBronnor EmmaBronnor
Bronnor appointed guardian ad litoin litoinCircuit UtomClrouit litemCircuit
Circuit Court No 0 1 IJustico Justice Anderson AndersonFidelity AndersonFidelity AndersonFidelity
Fidelity and Deposit Company of ofMaryland atIaryland otMaryland
Maryland vs Fields flat on scl sd fa faEquity faEQuJt taEquity
Equity EQuJt Court No 2 2Justfce Justice Gould GouldEarnahaw GouldEarnshaw GouldEarashaw
Earnahaw vu forger sale by trustees trusteesto trusteosto
to Anna R Schlffman Dually ratified ratifiedCriminal rntfllodCriminal ratifIedCriminal
Criminal Court No o 1 IJusttco Justice Pritch Prltchard PritchardUnited PritchardUnited
ard ardUnited United States vs Eugene M Kills Killsembezzlement Emsombozzlomont Billsembezzlement
embezzlement recognizance 600 taken takenwith tnenwith takenwith
with Charles H lL Fred surety suretyProbate suretyProbate suretyProbate
Probate Court CourtJustice Justice Anderson AndersonEs AndersonEstate Es Estate ¬
tate of Oella Chappel letters of admin ¬
istration granted to boring Chappel
bond J2500 2500 Estate of f Robert A Mc McPhorson McPherson MePhorson
Phorson sr letters of administration administrationgranted admlnlstrntlongranted dminlstratiungranted
granted to William C McPherson bond
1 1000 In re Gertrude C Fry ot al alaccount alnccount ciaccount
account pofiscd In re Alfred L Brunt Bruntat Bruntat Bruntet
at aL do In ro Florence Thompson Thompsonot
ot al do In ro Carl Roeaor do In Inre InTO Inre
re Elide Brook order appointing Emma EmmaBronnan mma
Brennan guardian bond 300 Estate of ofJohn ofJohn ofJohn
John C Ingcraoll bond reduced to 500 500In 500In 500In
In ro Edward Hughes ot al invontory
filed Estate of John P Murphy peti petition petition petition ¬
tion for probate of will filed Estate Estateof Estateof Estateof
of John W V Thompson petition for pro probato Vtobato probato
bato of will tIled Estate of Gilbert GilbertMeyers GilbortMoors GilbertMoyars
Moors Inventory fllod Estate of n agolo ngolo ngale
golo Volatl answer filed Estate of David DavidSmith DaIdSmith DavidSmith
Smith Inventory filed
4
CURRENT NEWS AND ANDGOSSIP ANDGOSSIPOF GOSSIP GOSSIPOF GOSSIPI
I OF INTEREST INTERESTTO TO INVESTORS
Railroad earnings earnlngsChcsapeake Chesapeake nnd nndOhio and andOhio andOhio
Ohio for tho fourth week In June In Increased Increased increased ¬
creased 5153740 153740 for fiscal year 1183640 1183640Canadian 183610 183610Canndlan 183640anadian
Canadian C anadian Pacific Increase for Juno JunoJ986000
J986000 986000 fiscal year 6467650 Missouri MissouriPacific Missouriacific1 MlssourlPacific
Pacific P acific1 fourth week In June Increase IncreaseI3290W
I3290W 323000 from January 1 2673373 Nor Norfolk Norolk or orfolk ¬
folk f olk and Western WesternS May Iay gross Increase
255323 surplus after chargos 526286 526286Increase 526286IncreasQ 526286ncrease
Increase i ncrease 10868 for eleven months gross
19192117 increase 3014649 surplus surplusafter surplusaCter surplusfter
after a fter charges 5257699 5257699Tho 5257699The 5257699The
The subtroasury statement shows the thebanks thebanks theanks
banks b anks gained 367000 on Friday FridayIt
It Is i Intimated that another movement movementof
of o f gold of moderate proportion Is not notunlikely notunlikely notnlikely
unlikely unlikelyAmerican unlikelyAmorloan u nlikelyAmerican
American stocks In London today todn are aroInactive areIn arenactive
Inactive In i activo and heavy and from k J to totelo toolow te tebelow
below telo t olow parity parityEasy parH parHEasy parityEasy
Easy mpnoy rates may be expected In InNow InNow inew
Now N ew York and London for the next two twoI twomonths twoonths
I months monthsNothing monthsothJng m onths onthsNothing
Nothing othJng has happened over the boll holidays hollaas bollays ¬
days d ays of any material Importance cal calculated calculnted calulated ¬
culated c to stimulate renewal of active activespeculation activespeculnUon activepeculation
speculation s on either side The market marketwill marltetw11l marketill
will w ill probably continue narrow and most mostly mostly mosty ¬
ly l y professional until after tho Govern Government Oovornmont Govornmont ¬
mont crop report on corn and wheat Is Isannounced Isannounced i innounced
announced a on the 10th instant In the themeantime themeantime themeantime
meantime no on one will caro to venture ventureInto ventureinto venturento
io Into i nto any new extensive deals as ovory ovoryone ovoryonc ovoryne
one o ne now seems to recognize that the thefuture thefuturo theuture
future f stability or tho general market marketand marketand marketnd
and a nd business situation Is more than over overdependent overdopondent overependent
dependent d upon the development of o good goodcrops goodcrops goodrops
crops cropsErie cropsEric c ropsEric
Eric stocks are likely to go higher higherTho higherTho higherhe
Tho T he directors meet on onwodnesdayr Wednesday when whenIt whenIt whent
It i t Is expected the first preferred win winbo wille 1mbe
bo b e put on a 4 per cent basis and tho thosecond thosecond theecond
second s preferred on a 2 per cent basis basisConsidered basisConsidered basisConsidered
Considered from o technical point of ofview ofvIew 01iew
view v iew the current dealings In the stock stockmarket stockmarket stockmarket
market would seem to show that while whilethe whilehe I Ithe
the t he Investment demand for securities Is Isfor Istor isor
for f or the time being olng virtually suspended suspendedon S Sn
on o n tho other
hand the liquidation of se securities 80eurltles sourltiea ¬
curities c and especially that of o an en enforced en enf enorced ¬
forced f rced character has been concluded concludedTh concludedso
Th 1 T so circumstances of themselves ac account accountsu scount ¬
count countsu c ount sufficiently lclentlr for the prevailing stag stagnation stagnation stagation ¬
nation n of tho stock market and It is ishardly 18hardly isardly
hardly h ardly likely that tho present circum circumstances circumstances circurntancoS ¬
stances s there till will 11I be materially changed chang J
fWE I THE S fEWS EWS E WS OF OFG OFGEORGETO GEORGETOWN JRGETO
Nonagenarian Diesv DiesvAnn Dies DiesAnn
Ann Grloder colored colored1 ninetyfive years yearsold renrsold
old o ld died Saturday afternoon at hor herhomo horhome
homo h ome 1060 Thirtieth Streot northwest northwestwithout northw northwestlthout st stwithout
without lthout medical attention Death Deathwas Deathwns Deathwas
was due to ailments Incident to old age agttho agetho agehe
tho t he Coroner giving a certificate to that thateffect thatefTecL thatffect
effect e ffect Tho deceased Is survived by sev several several sevral ¬
eral o ral children She had resided In InGeorgetown InGeorgotown ineorgetown
Georgetown G eorgetown over fifty tty years yearsAn yoarsAp
An Ap Unusual Fourth FourthNo FourthNo
No accidents as the result of the th ex explosion explosIon ¬
plosion p loslon of fireworks wore reported at atthe atthe athe
the t he Seventh precinct station Saturday Saturdayor Saturda Saturdaor
or o r Sunday Last year the physicians physiciansat
at a t the Georgetown University Hospital Hospitalwere Hospitalwere Hospitalwere
were kept busy treating the victims of ofaccidents ofaccidents ofccidents
accidents accidentsMizpah a ccidentsIdizpah j jMizpah
Mizpah to Hold H Hid d Fete FetoTho FeteTbo PeteTho
Tho ladles of Mizpah Chapter No No8 No8O 8 8O
O E S will give a lawn party on the theITALIAN theITALIAN theITALIAN
ITALIAN AMBASSADOR AMBASSADORON AM BASSADOR BASSADORON 8ASSADDRON
ON HIS HISMESTN WESTERN TOUR TOURTo
To Meet Signora Mayor at Manchester Manchesterin
in August AugustTho AugustTho AugustThe
Tho Italian ambassador SIgnor Mayor Mayordoa Mayordos Mayoros
doa d os Planehos who loft Washington last lastThursday laotThursday matThursday
Thursday for a trip to the Pacific l acl c Coast Coastby Coastby Coasty
b by y the Southern route sent a message messageto messageto
t to o the embassy today announcing his hisdeparture hisdoparture hiseparture
departure d from Now Orleans after a de delightful delightful ¬
lightful l two days stay there thereSignora thorcSignora thereSignora
Signora Mayor is still at tho embassy embassybut ombaltSrbut embassybut
but will start on Saturday for lan danchesterbytheSea lanohostorbythcSoa
ohostorbythcSoa to await there the therqturn therqturn therqturn
rqturn of her husband The ambassador ambassadorexpects ambasoudoroxpocts ambassadorexpects
expects to visit the Grand Canyon in inArizona InArlzona inArizona
Arizona and then proceed to San Fran Francisco FruncIsco Francisco ¬
cisco His trip will last In t about twenty twoutyflvu twoUlyfivo twentyive
flvu f days and after a few days rest at atManchester atlunchc8ter atManchester
Manchester he will sail with Signora SignoraMayor SignoraIlayor SignoraMayor
Mayor for Italy ItalyADJUTANT HalyADJUTANT ItalyAOJUTANT
ADJUTANT GENERAL GENERALDEBARRED GENERALDEBARRED GENERALDEBARREDFROM
DEBARRED DEBARREDFROM FROM MAILS MAILSPostoffice MAILSPostofficc MALLSPostoffice
Postoffice Department Acts Finally in inCose inCase inCase
Case of W C Liller LillerFraud LillerFraud LillerFraud
Fraud orders have been issued by the thePostofllco thePostoffico theIostomco
Postofllco Department against William WilliamC VllllamC
C Llllor of the Townsend Building BuildingNow BuUdlngow BuildingNow
Now ow York formerly adjutant general of ofthe ofthe ofth
the th Spanish SlJUnlahAmCllcan American War nr Veterans VotoranaCol VotoransCol VeteransCoi
Col W V W V Heading of Lancaster Pa Paand Pannd Paand
and Con Walter altor F 11 Walker of Spring Sprlnilleld Sprlnll1eld Springfield
field Mass MassLlllor lIa88LUlor V VLilior
Llllor became Involved In a dispute disputeabout dlspuloahout disputeabout
about his position in the SpanishAmeri SpanishAmerican ¬
can War Var Veterans Association and so somuch somuch somuch
much complaint arose that ho was wasbarred wnsbarred wasbarred
barred from the be malls The order rondo madopublic rondopubl1c madeiUbliC
public today is supplementary to that thatllrat thatIIrst thatfirst
first Issuod IssuedDavid IssuodDavid issuodDavid
David T Williams tradlns trndln ua Wil Williams W11llams Wilhams ¬
hams 11 Co of Detroit has had a fraud fraudorder fraudorder fraudorder
order issued a against alnnt him lio Is auld aaldto auldto saidto
to havo advertised for agents Thoso Thosowho Thosowho Thosowho
who replied wore asled to make a de deposit deposit doposit ¬
posit for an agents outfit which outfit outfitIs outfitJs outfitis
Js Is claimed to have been fraudulent
until thero Is either further liquidation liquidationor
or a resumption of o a genuine Invest Investment Imestmont Investmont ¬
mont demand demandThe domandThe demandThe
The question of currency reform has hasworried hasworried hasworried
worried Wall aU Street in the last few fewdays tewdas fewdays
days owing to the reported attitude of ofthe attho ofthe
the next Speaker of the House of Rep Representatives Representatives Reprosentatives ¬
resentatives on this Important subject subjectWall subjectall subjectWall
Wall all Street naturally believes that thatsomething thatsomething thatsomething
something should be done to Improve Im rovo our ourcurrency ourcurrency ourcurrency
currency laws especially in respect to tothe totho totho
tho present compulsory locking up of ofmoney ofmoney ofmoney
money In the th Federal Treasury Treasur and tho thoopposition thooIJPoslUon theopposition
opposition of o Mr Cannon to tho Aldrich Aldrlchschomo Aldrichschemo Aldrichschemo
schemo for a chango In existing laws lawshas lawshas lawshas
has of course created great disappoint disappointment disappoIntment disappointmeat ¬
ment In financial circles It hardly hardlyscorns hnrdlysooms hardlyseems
scorns likely however that tho Speaker Speakerof
of the House HouscwUl will be able to carry nrry his hispoint hl9poInt hispoint
point In opposition to the will of tho thopeople thopeople thepeople
people It It Is shown by tho represen representatives representatives rcprcscatatives ¬
tatives of tho people that they desire tho thoenactment thoenactment theenactment
enactment of legislation that will In Increase Increase increase ¬
crease the efficiency of the countrys countryocurrency countryscurrency countryscurrency
currency system systemThe srstemThe systemThe
The fact that the position of the mon money money moncy ¬
ey market In the th fall has been under underdiscussion underdlsousslon underdiscussion
discussion for the last few months en encourages encourages encourages ¬
courages tho expectation that prepara preparations preparntlons preparations ¬
tions to meet the fall demand will be beBO beso beso
so carefully made that no groat disturb disturbance disturbance disturbance ¬
ance will 111 accompany n compnny the outward move movement movoment movemoat ¬
ment of money The movement of cur currency currency ¬
rency last week reflected a contraction contractionIn L
In the volume of shipments of funds to toNew toNcW toNew
New York and a corresponding increase increaseIn I Iin
In tho outgo from rom that center Tho pe period penod le lerlod ¬
nod for heavy receipts from tho Interior InteriorIs
Is over and from now on until after tho thofall thotall thefail
fall demands are nr satisfied a diminishing diminishingInflow diminishingInfiow diminishInginflow
Inflow must be expected expectedMany expectedMllny
Many careful observers observers believe that thattho thattho S i itho
tho whole business situation is undergo undergoing undergolag ¬ i iInS
lag InS a a process of readjustment and that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the slow panic In stocks of the lost nine ninemonths ninemoilthSItho ninemonthstho
moilthSItho monthstho months tho cessation of ofthe tho amalgama amalgamation amalgamation amalgamation ¬
tion of industrial and railroad companies ooxnpa ooxnpanles camps campsales ¬
ales and the check to the Issuance of ofnew ofnew olnow
new securities tiocurit1 s will establish a basis on onwhich onwhich onwhich
which a future upward movement in instock Instock instock
stock values may legitimately bo engi engineered engineered engiacerod ¬
neered This appears to bo a sensible sensiblevlow sensiblevi sensibleview
view vi ow of the outlook When an active activebull actIvebuJl activebull
bull market develops such stocks as asMissouri nsUssouri asMissouri
Missouri Pacific Norfolk and Western WesternSouthern WesternSouthm WesternSouthern
Southern Railway and the th Erie Issues lu lutho iuthe intue
the railroad list IIstl and American Cur and andFoundry andFoundry andFoundry
Foundry Corn Products frodncts Americas morlC l Lo Jjocomotlvo LocomoUve Locomotive
comotlvo and perhaps the United States StatesSteel StatesSteel StatesSteel
Steel shares In tho Industrial list will willbe wUlbe willbe
be worth watching
I
lawn l awn adjoining the residence r 8ldenco of Mrs MrsWilliams MrsWlIllams S
Williams Thirtythird and P Streets Streetsnorthwest Strcetsnorthwest Streeteorthwest I
northwest n on the evenings of July 14 14to 11o
to t o 17 Inclusive InclusiveLawn InclusiveLawn
Lawn Fete Continued ContinuedThe Continu ContinuThl
The lawn fete which has been In prog progress progress ¬
ress since last Wednesday on tho thoGeorgetown thoGeorgetown theGeorgetown
Georgetown University campus for the thebenefit thebenefit theenefit
benefit b enefit of the Georgetown University UniversityHospital UniversityHospital
Hospital will also bo held tonight tonlg t The Thecommittee Thecommittee
committee c on arrangements arrnng ments reports that thatthe thatthe
the t he fete has been successful both from froma 50K
a social and financial viewpoint viewpoints viewpointMcHeniy viewpointMdllenxy IcwpolntMcHenry
s
McHeniy Will Appeal AppealIt
It is saId that the horse caso recently recentlydecided recentlydecided recentlydecided r
decided by Justice of the Peace H E DPaine EPaIne EPaine
Paine in favor of Dr W R Hill for
105 against William H 1L McHenry will willbe w1llbe wil 1 1be
be taken to a higher court by the lat latters lattors latters
ters lawyers lawyersPETTY In lawyersPETTY wyers wyersACCEPTS
PETTY ACCEPTS POST POSTON POSTON
ON PERSONAL PERSONALTAX TAX BOARD BOARDFormer BOARDFormer BOAR J JFormer I
Former Auditor Concludes to Bow to toCommissioners toCommissioners ti a aCommissioners
Commissioners Will WillJamc WillJamc WillJamo
Jamc T Potty has ha decided to t accept acceptthe ccCP cc t tthe tthe
the position tendered him by the Dis District DistrIct District ¬
trict Commissioners as a 0 member of the thePersonal thePersonal tb C CPersonal
Personal Tax Board vice I co Alexander AlexanderMcKenzle AlexanderlcKenzlc r rMcKenzie
McKenzie who hag ha now become Auditor AuditorIn r rin
In place of Mr II Petty PettyAt PettyAt PettyAt
At Oral flrs Mr Petty was reluctant to ac accept accopt acopt ¬
copt c opt the offer of tho District Commis Commissioners CommIssioners Commissionera ¬
sioners in this matter but upon further furtherreflection turtherrc1lccUon furthereflection
reflection decided < to be guided by their theirwishes theirwishes thel r rwishes
wishes The difference In salary be between betWeen betwcen ¬
tween the two offices is 5600 600 The sU stipend sUcnd sUpond ¬
pond cnd allotted to the office of Auditor U I
3600 a year while a member m mber of the thePersonal thoPer50nlll th 0 0PersonalTax
Personal PersonalTax Tax Board receives 3000 3000QUESTION 3000QUESTIPN 000 000UESTLUN
QUESTION UESTLUN OF STONE STONESTILL STONESTILL
STILL BEFORE OFFICIALS OFFICIALSSupervising OFFICIALSSupervising OFFIIALSupervising 1
Supervising Architect Returns From In Inspection Inspection Inspection ¬
spection at Cleveland ClevelandSupervising ClevelandSuporlslng ClevelandSupervising
Supervising Architect Taylor of the theTreasury th thTreasur C CTreasury
Treasury Treasur Department has returned relu pd from froma trot U Ua
a trip to Cleveland Ohio whore hore h he hemade hemnde e emade
made some inquiries regarding the con construction construction construction ¬
struction of the new public building buildingthere buildingthere buildin g
there Tho controversy ovor the kind kindof kindpf kin gd d
pf of building stono to be used has as not yet yetjboen yetoen ye yebeen t
jboen been oen settled but an early decision is isexpected Isexpccted I 5 5eznccted
expected expectedA
A strange fact discovered by Mr Tay Taylor Taylor 5 ¬
lor In the course of his visit there was wasthat wasthat we wethat 53
that one variety vn ioty of stone while appear appearing appearIns appearlag ¬
Ins to advantage in the sunlight seemed seemedto seemedto seeme d dto
to have a most undesirable and gloomy gloomylook gloomylook y ylook
look In tho slightest sl htost shadow Treasury Treasuryofficials TreasuryomclalJ Treasur y yofilcials
officials desire the now building to pre present preont present ¬
sent ont the most Imposing appearance pos possible possible potsiblo ¬
sible and are taking especial pains to toavoid toavoid So 1
avoid the use of any materials which whichwould whichwould whic whicwoul4 Soh h
would give tho now building a cheap or orunsubstantial orunsubstanUnl c r runsubstantIal
unsubstantial look lookFELICITATIONS lookFELICITATIONS lookFELICITATIONS
FELICITATIONS FROM GUAM GUAMSecretary GUAMSecretary GUAMSecretary
Secretary Moody Iood Is in rocolpt of a acablegram Qcablegrnm acablegram 1
cablegram of f felicitation over the thenow thenow tI LO LOt
now Commercial Pacific line from Com Commander Commander Conmander t ¬
mander Sowell In charge of o the naval navalstation navalstation nav4 ii iistation 1
station at Guam
CHANGES AMONG CLERKS CLERKSIN CLERKSIN
IN THE WAR YAfl DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENTPromotions DEPARTMENTPromotions DEPARTMENTPromotions
Promotions Resignations and Appoint Appointments Appointments
ments Under Civil Service Rules RulesThe RulesThe RulesThe
The following followingchangcs changes have taken takenplace takenpJace
place In the clerical force of the War WarDepartment WarDepartment
Department DepartmentAppoIntments j jAppointments
Appointments under civil service setvlcerulesRecord
rules rulesRecord Record and Pension Office John
A Phillips of Nebraska clerk at 41000 1000
Bureau of Insular Affairs Wardlaw M 3
Mason Iason of Maryland clerk at 840
Promotions Promotlonsomce Office of the Secretary
Merritt 0 Chance clerk to the Secre S
tary from rota 2250 to 2500 2BOOOffice 2500Office
Office of the Quartermaster General
Mrs l1rsCharlotto Charlotte 0 Curtis of Nebraska
from clerk at SlOOO 1000 to clerk at 1200
Mrs Jessie Beard of Indiana from fromulerk tromclerk rota
clerk at 900 OO to clerk at 1000 Mrs
Curtis S Carpenter Jessie Dell of Geor Georgla Georgia
girt Mrs lrB Annie M Graves of Nebraska Nebrl15kaand Nebraskaand
and James M Priest of o Kansas from fromclerks rromclerks rota I Iclerks
clerks at 840 to clerks at 000 OO OOomce
Ofllco of the Chief of Engineers En lneers Sam Samuel Samuel ¬
uel T Hind of South Dakota from clerk clerkat clerkat
at 1000 to clerk at 1200 1200Office 1200Office
Office of the Chief Signal Officer omcorLouis OfilceiLouis
Louis Cohen of Wisconsin Isconsln from clerk clerkat clerkat
at 900 OO to clerk at 1000 1000Bureau 1000Bureau
Bureau of Insular Affairs AfTalrsThomas Thomas I IHopkins L LHopkins
Hopkins of Ohio from clerk at 1600 to toclerk toclerk t tclerk
clerk at 1800 Walter R Pcdlgo of ofNebraska ofobrl15kll 01Nebraska
Nebraska obrl15kll from clerk at 1400 to clerk clerkat clerkat
at 1COO Rcbcrt C Richmond of Mary
land from clerk at 1200 to clerk at at14UO
1400 Aaron B Zahn of Colorado from fromclerk tromclerk rota I
clerk at 1000 to clerk at 1200 Irene IreneF IreneF IreneF r
F Dashlcll of Mississippi from clerk clerkat clerkat
at 300 to clerk at 1000 Richard K KMeado KLcade KMeade
Meade of Virginia from clerk cl rk at 840 840to 840to
to clerk at 900 900Resignations 900IteslgnaUonsOmce
Resignations IteslgnaUonsOmce Office of the Secretary SecretaryJules SecretarrJules SecretaryJules
Jules A Rodicr of District of Colum Columbla Columblatelegraph
bla blatelegraph telegraph operator at U200 1200 John JohnHamerstrom JohnHamerstrom JohtHamerstrom L
Hamerstrom of Illinois machinist at at
900 900OfTco 900Offi
OfTco Offi o of tho Quartermaster General GeneralErnest GoneralErnest GeneralErnest
Ernest P Babb of West Virginia clerk clerkat clerkat den denat
at 1200 Fred J Blair of Michigan Michiganclerk Michiganclerk Ichignn Ichignnclerk
clerk at tlOOO tlOOOOffice UOOOOffico 11000Oflico
Office of tho Chief Chic of Engineers EnKlneersAu EnKlneersAugust EngineersAugust Au August ¬
gust Schustcn of Indiana clerk at 1200 1200WELCOME 1200WELCOME l200IELCOME
WELCOME QUIET FOR FORPOSTOFFICE FORPOSTOFFICE
POSTOFFICE OFFICIALS OFFICIALSActivity OFFICIALSActivity I
Activity Noted But Said to Be Not NotSignificant NotSignificant No NoSignificant t
Significant SignificantPostmaster SignificantPostmnster
Postmaster General Payne IB l not ex expected expected ¬
pected back at his desk In the Post Postoffice Postomco Postotfico
office Department until Wednesday WednesdayBecause YednpsdayBocause
Bocause of his absence and the two twodays twodars
days holiday for the others In tho de department deIJartment dcpartment ¬
partment things were quint around the thebuilding thobuilding thi
building this morning and everybody everybodydisclaimed everybodydisclaimed r
disclaimed any knowledge of news newsCity ncsCity
City Postmaster Postma ter Merritt said that he hehad hehad hi S
had not yet ot mado up the list of Wash Washington WnshIngton Washington ¬
ington postal clerks who are to bo pro promoted IJromoted promoted ¬
moted and It will probably not be ready readyuntil readruntil readyuntil
until tho middle of the week As the tholist th thlist thelist
list of proposed promotions has been cut cutIn cutIn cutin
In half there Is considerable curiosity curiosityon
on the part of the clerks to know who whohave whohave whohave
have been chosen chosenThere choseDThere chosenThere
There was some activity around the theofQce theoffice theoffice
office of J 1 L Brlstow Fourth Assistant AssistantPostmaster AssistantPostmaster AssistantPostmaster
Postmaster General this morning but butboth butboth butoth
both b oth Mr 11 Brlstow and Acting Postmaster PostmasterGeneral PostmllBterGeneral Postmastereneral
General G eneral Wynne denied that they exact exacted eXICctcd exctany ¬
ed any developments developmentsIt devoloDmentsIt1s
S It It1s Is generally felt In tho departmentthat departmenthat department epartmentthat
that t hat the sensational features of the in investigation Investfg1Ulon inestigatlon ¬
tv
vestigation v aro over for the present presentbut presentbut presentut
but b ut the searching Into the records of ofthe otthe ofhe
bt
the t he various divisions will be continued continuedIn
In i n a Quiet persistent way warH wayH wayH
H H Rand confidential clerk to Mr MrPayne MrPnrne MrPayne
Payne has been unusually busy around aroundtho aroundthe aroundhe
the t he department over since It was vas as pub published IJublished pubished ¬
lished l In Tho Times that he contemplat contemplated ¬
ed e d resigning In order to clear the atmos atmosphere atmosphore atmoshoto ¬
phere p hoto Mr Rand denies that he is going goingto goingto goingo
to t o resbrn but there is a rumor that he hewill hewfJ1 hewill
will be transferred to some other posi position IJoslUon posiUon ¬
Uon where he will not be so much In Inthe Inthe
the public eye and will not furnish so somuch somuch
much food for gossip In the department departmentNEWS departmentI departmentNEWS
I +
I NEWS FROM BOYDS BOYDSBOYDS Ir I IBOYDS
S + i iBOYDS r
BOYDS Md July 6 6A A telegram was wasreceived wasreceived wasreceived
received from Cripple Creek Col Satur Saturday Saturday ¬
day evening announcing the death of ofGeorge otGeorge ofGeorge S
George Lyslght a former Washington Washingtonboy Washingtonboy Washlngtonboy
boy and brother of May Lyslght of o this thisplace thispIneo thisplaco
place Young Lyslght was to have come comeon comeon comefrom
on from Colorado to visit Islt his sisters and andtho nndthe andthe
the receipt of tho news of his sudden suddendeath suddendeath suddendeath
death nearly prostrated his sister who whohas whohas whohas
has been making her home here for ill fifteen fiCteen illteen ¬
teen years or more with Mr r and Mrs MrsSomerset MrsSomerset rs rsSomerset
Somerset T Williams at the High View ViewHotel ViewHotel
Hotel Mrs Katharine Clark of Wash Washington WnshIngton Washington ¬ S
ington recently married to Captain CaptainClark CaptaInClark CaptainClark
Clark U S A Is also a sister The Thesisters Theslstors Thesisters
sisters had looked forward longingly 10hg1n ly to tohis tohis tohis
his coming Hast Ens as they had not seen seenhim seenhim L
LS
him for or years George Lysight left Wash Washington Wash1ogton Washington ¬ S
ington twelve years ears ago and has been beenprominently beenpromInently
prominently engaged In business In
Crip Cripple CrIpple Cripplo ¬ S
ple Creek Ho leaves a widow but no nochildren nochildren nochildren
children His remains were Interred in inCripple InCrlpIJlo inCripple
Cripple Crook yesterday yesterdayThe yestcrdaThe yesterdayThe
The Fourth of July was celebrated at atWashington atWnshlngton at atWashington
Washington Grove In fine fashion by tho thoopening thoopening
theS
opening of the Washington Grove Chau Chautauqua Chautauqua Chautauqua S
tauqua W H IL H Smith of Washington Washingtonits VashlngtonIts
its president presided and an address addresswas addressWns I Iwas
was made by the Rev H R B Naylor pro prosiding IJrosiding prosiding
siding elder of the Methodist Episcopal Episcopalchurch Eplscopnl1 Eplscopnl1church Episcopalchurch
church for Washington who Introduced IntroducedCoL IntroducedCoL introducedCot
CoL George A Pcarre who made an elo eloquent ciaquest ¬ I IQuent
quent address showing the Important Importantpart importantpart
part played by Maryland In tho Revolu Revolutionary Revolutionary Revolutlonary ¬ 1
tionary War Var Percy S Foster of Vash Washington VashIngtoa ¬
I
ington led lcds a choir of fifty voices voicesAt voicesAt I IAt
At Kensington the day was celebrated celebratedby celebratedby
by pyrotechnic displays last night and andby nndby andby
by addresses by Mayor Cornelius Eck Eckhardt ECkhardt Eckhardt
hardt and fine music under direction of ofJ otJ o r
J 1 B Branson Tho Declaration of Indo Independence IndoI Indopendence Indopendenco ¬ I
pendence was US read by David H Fenton FentonTho FentonTho FentonThe
Tho baseball game between the two twocrack twocrack tw twcrack
crack clubs at Dawsonville and Poolcs Poolcsvlllo Poolesv1l1c Poolcaville
vlllo was postponed Saturday S turdny on account accountof accountof accouniof
of tho heavy rain rainA ralnA rainA
A terrific hail storm passed passe ovor and andnear andnear anc ancnear
near Mount ount Ephralm and Comus at the thefoot thetoot thcfoot
foot of Sugar Loaf Mountain Saturday Saturdaydestroying SaturdaydestrO1ng Saturdaydestroying
destroying a part of the crops and andhigh a ahigh ahigh
high wind blew down many applo trees treesthat treesthnt treoithat
that were full of fruit The hail lay Inywvcral lalseveral
several inches thick on the ground and andcame Mdcamo an ancamo
camo down In stones as largo as asmarbles llBmarbles a amarbles
marbles marblesQUARANTINE marblesQUARANTINE marblesQUARANTINE
QUARANTINE AT PORT ANTONIO ANTONIOTho ANTONIOThu
I ITho
Tho State Department Is advised by bythe b bthe
the United States consul at Port An Antonlo Antonio
tonlo that that port Is quarantined quarantinedagainst quarantinedagaInst quarautineagainst I
against all ships coming from Philadel Philadelphia Philadelphia
phia on account of ota a report that small smallpox smallpox smallpox ¬
pox prevails in that city clt cityL
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THREE T HREESTEAM STEAM FITTER FIRMS FIRMSAGREE FIRMSAGREE FIRMSAGREE
AGREE TO TOHELPERS HELPERS HELPERSTERMS HELPERSTERMSAgreement TERMS TERMSAgreement TERMSgreement
Agreement A greement With Other Three Likely to toBe toBe toBe
Be Reached This Evening EveningThe EveningThe EveningThe
The local helpers of steam fitters who whoinaugurated whoInaugurated whonaugurated
J inaugurated a strike against their em employers emIJloyers emlayers ¬
layers p on July 1 yesterday and today todayhad todayhad todayad
i had b ad several several concessions made to them by bythe b bthe byhe
the t he master fitters fittersTho fittersTho fittersThe
Tho men on strike formerly Cormor1 represent represented ¬
ed e < d six shops Two of this number of offlrms Orrms i ifirms
t firms fi rms came oveV ov r to the strikers sldo sldoyesterday sldoostordny sideesterday
yesterday y and this morning still another anotheragreed anothnSngreed anothergreed
agreed a to make tho concessions demand demanded demGnded demandd
ed o < d by the helpers helpersThe holpersThe helpersThe
The helpers formerly received a sal salary salary salry ¬
ary a ry of 160 a day da They demanded an anincrease anIncrense anncrease
increase i ncrease of 40 cents per diem This was wasrefused wnsrofused wasefused
1 refused r them themBefore themBdore themBefore
Before the strike was begun by the thehelpers thehelpers theelpers
j helpers h elpers a fitter and a helper worked to together together toether ¬
gether g ether receiving a total salary of 510 510per 510per 510er
1 per p er day 350 to the fitter and 160 to tothe tothe tothe4
i the helper Since July 1 two fitters fittershave fittershave fittersave
have h ave been working together at a dally dallytotal daftrtotal dailyotal
total t salary of 7 making a loss of 190 190per 190per 190er
per p er diem to the employer employerAt
At a council of the master fitters this thisafternoon tblsntternoon thisfternoon
afternoon a the demands of the th striking strikinghelpers 9trlklnghelpers strikingelpers
helpers h will be discussed by the repre representatives representatlvcs reproentativea ¬
sentatives s of the three firms still holding holdingout baldingout holdingut
out o ut against the men menA menA monA
A meeting will be held by the strik strikers strikers sinkns ¬
ers e < ns at 5 oclock this afternoon In Bess Besslers Besslers Bessers
lers l ers Hall in Pennsylvania Avenue near nearTenth nearTenth nearenth
Tenth T enth Street They are confident the themasters themasters themasters
masters will grant them the desired in increase Incrcnse Inrease ¬
crease c rease of wages wagesFINANCIAL wagesFINANCIAL wagesFINANCIAL
FINANCIAL FINANCIALTHE FINANCIALTHE FINANCIALTHE
THE WASHINGTON LOAN LOANAND LOArAND LOANAND
AND TRUST COMPANY COMPANYOFFICE COMPANYOFFICE COMPANYOFFICE
OFFICE COB WII 9Th AND A 1 > F SIS
PAIDUP CAPITAL ONfi O E MILLION MILLIONLoan 3r1IWOiLoma MILLIONLoans
Loan in any amount made mad on approved appromreal approvedreal
1 real estate or collateral at reasonable reasonablerates reasoIUblerate reasonablerste
rates ratesInterest rate rateInteres rsteInterest
Interest paid upon deposits on monthly nrontbl nrontblbalances
balance subject to check checkThis checJCTbJ checkThis
This TbJ company acts as executor admin adminIstrator adminletnator umlniatrl1tor
Istrator trustee agent ent treasurer reeis reeistrar ngistrar regis regisfran
trar and In all other fiduciary capacities capacitiesBoxes capacitIuxes capacitiesBizes
Boxes xes for rent In burglar and tire tluprOt tluprOtuults drepcofcaults proof proofvaults
vaults for safe deposit and iterate tora of val raluable val1Uble valrable
uable packages packagesJOHN p1ckarsJan packagesORN
JOHN Jan J ORN JOTEDSON JOY President
JOHN Jon J OhN A SWOPE Vice President
ELLIS SPEAK SlEAnSCCO Second d Vice Ice President Presidenttxnrtuw
ANDREW PARKER PtRKERRICK Treasurer
BR1CE B RICK J 1 MOSES MOSESAssistant OSES Assistant a1 stJnt Treasurer
THOMAS TUO T A5 BRADLEY DRADLEyRel Reil Estate Officer OfficerHEAL omcunEL 015wREAL
HEAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT DEPARTMENTircparad DEPARn DEPARTMENTI iT
II I I prepared to assume the management manaem t of youreal yom yomteal our
teal t eal 1 estate Careful attention given to all de deails
taIl t ails
THE RIGGS NATIONAL BANK BANKOF
OF WASHINGTON D a aCAPITAL CoCAPITAL CCAPITAL
CAPITAL 1000000 1000000SURPLUS 1000000SURPLUS 1000000SURPLUS
SURPLUS 1000000 1000000EXCHANGE 1000000EXCIIAiGE 1000000EXCHANGE
EXCHANGE ON ONENGLAND osESGLAXD ONENGLAND
ENGLAND IRELAND FRANCE AND ANDGERMANY AiDG t1DGEILMANY
GERMANY GERMANYLETTEES G GEILMANYLETTERS Y YLETTERS
LETTERS OF CREDIT CREDITAVAILABLE CREDIXAVAILADLE CREDITAVAILABLE
AVAILABLE IN ALL FOREIGN PARTS PARTSBANK PARTSD PARTSBANK
BANK D K COLLECTIONS COLLECTIONSORDERS COLLECTIONSOI1DEI1S S SORDERS
ORDERS FOR INVESTMENTS INVESTMENTSSTOCKS INYE5lID INIESTMENTSSTOCKS TS TSSTOCKS
STOCKS AND BONDS BONDSTHE BmmsTHE BONDSTHE
THE NATIONAL SAFE DEPOSIT DEPOSITSAVINGS DEPOSITSAVINGS DEPOSITSAVINGS
SAVINGS AND TRUST TRUSTCOMPANY TRUSTCOMPANY TRUSTCOMPANY
COMPANY COMPANYCORNER COMPANYroItER COMPANYCORNER
CORNER 15TH ST AND U1 > laW YORK AY AYCAPITAL tVL tVLCAFTAL V1 V1CAPITAL
CAPITAL 1000000 1000000Pays
Pays P interest on n deposits depositsRents depoaJaRents detiItent
Rents Safes Inside Burglarproof Vaults VaultsActs Vat1JtIActa VnzltsActs
Acts as Administrator Executor Trusipe etc etcTbe etaThe te teThe
The stock Gt C the theQOPETE theXPETE theQOPETE
QOPETE MINING MIXl G COMPANY COMPANYHas COYP COYPlIaa COMPANYies
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Its It I t internal difficulties have all been settled and andadjusted andadjusted anddjusled
adjusted a in such a way as to leave the com company cornpan1 cot cotpany ¬
pany the undisputed owner of all the exten extensive extensive esterssire ¬
sive rich and valuable property on which it ithas Ithas I Ihu
has done so much work and on which uI ch its itscostly itscostly itscostly
costly equipment has h ha < LS b been cn n erected and in insuch insuch inuch
such s uch a 1 way also as to leave the company with witha ith itha
a Treasury generously en y provided for forAnd forAnd forAnd
And still the stock can an now be bought > oUGht for a afraction atraction afraction
fraction only of the price it once sold for forand forIUld forand
and of the price at which it is likely IIkeJ to tosell tosell tosell
sell again 1l11in as soon oon as tho present favorable con conditions conditions conditions ¬
ditions are fully understood by the investing investingpublic inestinlpubUc investingpublic
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TIlE STOCK MAY BE BOUGHT THROrGH THROrGHONES TUnOlOIlO TIIROLGIIONES
ONES O ES BROKER AT 1 ATTRACTIVE PRICES OR ORDIRECTLY ORDIRECTLY oaDIRECTLY
DIRECTLY FROM THE Tilt OFFICE OFFICECOPTE OFFICECOPETE OFFICECOPiT
COPTE MINING CO
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