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THE TH TJ WASHINGTON W TIMES SATUR SATHRI3kY Yi 1B1UARY m3 lfARY 11 1905 d
I Appre Areei hension fzetzsz on f A About bout Russia Rvts Rvtss s z a
Causes Causesu CausesSo1jze u Some Bear 3 ear Activ A Acwily cftvz ry
JGEOF RANGE OF OF MARKET
Is S QUITE SMALL
Dealin Dealing DeaiingAre gs Are l 1 1e e AlniostWliolly Alnlost vlholly
Professional Pl ofessiollal
r T
PREHStlDAY pR PREHOLIDAY HOk DAY SENTIMENT
< C
Bull Movement i en Occurs Occ IS in Stocks of ot
Southern S tliern Iron and Steel
Companies i
NEW NEWYORK YORK Y9 Feb Feb ll 11Thestoc 11The The stock mar
ket ker e opened c ed l lt acti aetive t v y fr but bu changes cha chnng 1Ssswere were
comparatively small smaUUnite United lStates States Steel
preferred initial dealings 1lng v aggregated aggrega ted
15000 15 shares The total tot l t range being
T f t trtc 1fZ j c t
r 0
c t
X 5 hfr
h
4 u
C jg g
CJ J
Mjr = J < < Jr AlL
Tf J I < oi fHgl t G
xne leature reaturejnthe in the market was was the
bull bullmoyeni movement nt in stocks stoclo of Southern
Iron and anc1 Steel companies N Notwith No twlth ¬
standing standin g the t ie absence of ofspe specific clfi infor ¬
mation mati of a a new n nw w deal dealbuyipg buying con coninuec1 on tinued tinpe p
on a large largescal arge scale scao and there jjere yiere good
gains in the JssuesIntl1e assues In the railroad rnllro d
list Hstprofittikin list profittaking g tended to depress prices prlc s
slightly
Thar T ci s street be t appeared to be filled with
lhe thePreholIdaY p pr prehollday r hOlld aJj sentiment sen cntiment dme t and some so me
bearali bear sli = operations were cvei e also conducted
on t tl tie i ie e possibility that there might be
unfavorable ilU favorable developments in Russia Ru sSIa be ¬
fore the resumption of oi business next
week wei k
Dealings are almost lmost wholly whol y pro fesr fes
sional V
Bond Bondmaikct market s steady stcad Government Goverpment
bonds unc imcnansed hanged ange d L
WASHINGTON W ASHINGTO NSTOCK ST STOCK OCK IV MARi MARKET ARKET < T
Sales SalegctP Sale Gapital apitaj t LTractlon Traction 20145 f i
Was Wasiilngttm WasllngtoIl W iilngttm Street Stre t Railway preferred prefe rred
1005S6 1oo s6o1 50SS6 st 50S6 5IJS6 o 100S6 OOj 6
Washington Street Railway common
l001 29 ½ 6U291h 5291h 501i29 ½ 5029 O2O
WashingtOn Gas 1CV iC OG5 5 25f465 ases 2565
65
f fa T Taliington a l1ington Gas 1 ioo1ic5 65 256fi 25
65 c lJOrr6525 h1 6H 2565 6i 51 Cjb 6f 1 ioOih
25t651 2i f Mergenthaleri Mergentha r rj rentha i j entha ler 10195 10 i Oi 195 i9 8 10 101J i 105 1zrs 10 101
1 ii3 51h 1f iOz15 195
Lanston n SPfee 40137i2513 ti j1l XWH a lj1ii
After callWas aUV hinsrton Gas Ga 25Go
25665 25 i5 25ffl6525 25i65 25ui65 256 5 1K65 iit1j65c 1 1OOti1354 > ti5
Washington uhinton Railway 4s 4 s 100X58 <
10001f87 1 oot1tis
GOVERNMENT GOVERNMENT130NDS BONDS
Bid JWced AJI ke 1
tJ S 2 25 1MJ4 1M 105
Ul U S S2 2S il01 10t4 1C5
I03V l03 10l Oi
U B 3S i iv i i
U S 3s r i i 103k 103 104H 104
U S 4s i 103 10Ji3 106
U S 4a 4 l f 05Vi 108 t
U S I IS 4s S 131 I3J5
U S 4B 131 l J315i 111
D C t 365a 365 118 110 119L
Phil Land L nd 4 4s 103 W354
RAILROAD BONDS
Capital CapitalTrnc Traction tioIiR R R 4s 109
Met R R R R 5s 117 i
Met Met RR R n cert indebt A 103 J05 10
Met R R cert Ihdebt B 103 115 1
Columbia R no o R 6s W ii J2Q J 0
Columbia R R 5s JO l07 tO
City and Sub R > R R 5s s loas 11151 1C6H lC6
Anacostla Potomac 6s 10 lO1
The Th Wash T ash Ry Elec Ele Co 4s 87 f8 8
MISCELLANEOUS BONDS
Wash vash Gas Co 6s Ser A 104 115
Wash Vash Gas Co 6s 6sSer Ser B 1m 10 115
Wash T ash Gas Cert 12l 121i 122 12231
U S Elec Lt Deb Imp 6s 101
U S Elec Xt Cert Cer t Ind 6s 101
Ches Pot Tel 5s 106 I00Y 107H 1 1O r
Wash Market Co 1st 6a no
Potomac Electric 5V 5 Ire io 101J4 1oi
SAFE DEPOSIT AND TRUST STOCKS
Nat Safe a1c Depos Dcp051t it 1rust 1rustr r 183 lEG
Vash Loan s Trust 210 220 2 O
Am m Security Trust 2 218 6 60
Was as h Safe Deposit JO o
Union Trust and Storage Storage12J J2J 32 121
Washington Savings Bank 110 ilL 115
Home Savings S lngs Bank 185 i8
RAILROAD STOCKS
Capital Traction Co 1U7 1H J H6 < 6
The uIu Wasa ash Ry Elec Co pf 8i 8 87
tl1e i1ie he Wash Ry Elec Iec Co con 3 i J 30
NATIONAii NATIqNALBUa NATIONAL BANK STOCKS
Bank Ban of Washington 453 t
MetropolitanCitizens 339
Central 333 3J
Farmers Farmarsand and Mechanics 300
Second 15J
Commercial 1805 160 161 170
Columbia 210
Capital I7t 11
American mer1can 168 J80
Traders 170 00
Lincoln 125 150 50
Riggg 610 650
I INSURANCE STOCKS
Firemens m j 35 5
Franklin u Ii Y 55
Metropolitan Corcoranr Corc0rzfl l gF Yi 77 r
Potomac pot ma 20 0 23 2
Arlingtoa u 3j ii J3
German American 23J
National Njltlon tIoaai i Union 4nion 7 8
Columbia 10S lO4 ii iij j
Riggs 8X 8 W bJ I
PeoploSwv Peop Peop1o ig 03 6 03I i 6
Con COlhhJ > riiercialv rcial 44 4 5H fj
Colonial CooJ 100
TITLE T1lILE INSURANCE STOCKS
Real Ji istate ateTjtle Title 80 BO
Colucobio Title 32 3 liZ Ji u 4C U
Washington Title i a a s
TELEPhONE TEL1piIONE AND AN D GRAPHOPJHONK
STOCKS
Chesapeake Chcsap al Potomac Potomacs ta tg 9
Am Graphophohe coini com 59 e 1
Am Graphophone pf P i 8 i 0V
GAS STOCKS
Washington Vash hgton Gas Ga C5 G 6514 t cs i
e Cdrgctown 3rgeto jvri v G Qa Gas s n 65 80
TYPE MACHINE M > CIDNE STOCKS
Mergenthalcr MergenthIIIcrLinot Linotype pe lOB 10i 9 9J > J 5 JIB
Lanstou Monotype 13J5 13 ll
MISCELLANEOUS STOCKd STOC1
Grecn Qon 1011 Cippper Copper pper Co ua 6 i s 26 6 i
VahitJot tashinston n Jaiuket 3uftet uk t Jtt J
Nor Washe WashSteamboat Wash s Steamboat Mi 24 4
Realty HeaJtyApI Appraised Apprai1 > r fsed d Agency 23 27
MARRIAGE M tpA ELICEN LICENSES ES
Hu HhJi kli 1rBr01 M M Browne 53 f of fChe Chejney ChejneyV ChejneyPa n > e er r V P Pa
and > > Julia A A Burnell SO of Distr Dhitrlct ict of
Columbia
LexyJs Payne a i and Lcla M Schuder Sc huder
IS B1ioth b 1ioth qth th of Covington Va a
Jimes J nes J JF J F Blahertjv lahcrt 25 and May E
Green Gr en 17
Les Ijea Wahgeir W Y gelT 2S 2S1of of Chicago ChlcagoIII Jil Ill and
Helen nel n MVqSUupsoni lrn3 5i311JSfl psonj 22 of District of Co
luntbia lu ja vs dki AgQft 4 c t v
dgoh OFt Q S 3 < Nolan Nol m 43 13 and May lfa Russell
3ii 34 1
George W W Dyer 32 and Lena G
Riphman fli hma 25 2 3 o S
8 j Gilbert O OCO OCon21or > CoiiiiQiv22 m1Ql 22 22 and Mary L
Sanders 20 0 both of Baltimore
18 l ll l Thomus hOmu C C Jeffries 25 a am rid ri I Annie hnle Hill
Samuel E Johnson 27 and Maud
Clark 21
NEW YORKSTOCK Y o MARKET
Reported ReportedbyW by TV B Hlbbs Co 1 1111 3 F
Street Members M mbersNeV New York Stock Exchange Exchan x hangc
Chicago Board pC Trade and Washington W sh ngti > n
Stock Exchange
Open High Low Close
Amal Copper 74 74 74t4 741 4 4 73 74
Amer Locomotive 37U 37 37l i7f i7f37I < 37 37I 37
Amer Car Fdy 341 3I 4 34 i4 34 34 4
Amer Car Fdy pfd 939i 93 4 93 931f1 93i 93 4 93 9374
Amer Smelting 86V4 86148G 861 4 S6 S64 4 85 iI 85Ti 85i 85
Amer Sugar 144y 144Vt 14I IIS1 1433 14 141 1
At Top S Fe SS 88s SSV SS SS 8SVJ 88 1
At At Top S Fe pf pf102y pL102 102V ½ 102 10 102Aj 102 ½ 102 1021
Baltimore Ohio Ohio106 106 10694 106 106106I 106i 106
B R R T 62 62 621 62t4 62 4 62
Canadian Pacific P Pacific134A cffic 134 134 134 134 1Hr
C 0 o 5 51 VA 51 5 511 > 4 50 5 51V 51
Chi Great West est 22 24 22 24 4 22 22 78
C M St P Poo P176 oo Vl7S 176 176 76 175 1iPh ½ 175
Col Fuel Iron 49 l9Y 52 4S 4 51 173
ponsol Consol Gas Gas20S Ga 20S 208 207 20814
DeL Hud 192V 193 192 1921h193 ½ 193
Erie E rio com 43 43 j37 43 13 4 434s
I Erie 1st jjf SO 80 8015 79 j97H 79 79S
ICrlfe Er1 lrie2ipf 2d 2dpf pf 65 1k 65 Gz 65 65 6
Illinois Central 157 157T4 157 157 157
K C Southern 31VI m 3U4 31i3o 31 30 30i 3U4 31
Louis Loui Nashville Nashvllle137 137 137 131 137 137 ½ 2
Man Elevated 174 174 1741f1174 174w 174U 174 174 174Y ½
Met Sees Se cs Co 82 83 81 ½ 82
Met St St Ry Ry122 122 122 12238 121122 12l l2Wa 1i 122 4 1 11Iet
Mo K Texas com 32 32 3 32 32
Missouri lIfss ouri Pacific acific 10 107 107 1 4 1 106 106 1 6 j
Mexican Central 22 8 22 8 22 22 28
Va Car Chem Co 37 37 37 37 37V 37 1 1Va
Colorado Southern 26 26 26Yt 26 26 2614
Con Tobacco 4s 4 s 82 82 8 82 82
i > r > cU jco CO 4s 77 77 77 17 77 7 I
1 > > c i r u l pfd 118 U8 i183 118 118
K a reid td 32 32 31 31
> i crral CYral147 ral147 147 147 147 147 1470 1
IN 3 V Yr O r West Wr est 48 48 481B 47T4 4 47 4S 4S8
Nov < 0 Vestern 82 S3Vi 83 t 83 3 83 834 82 83
u > u earn 45 > 34 4 47 4dB 45 i 47 I
> 140 14 140 1401h ½ 140 140 14Qj
iFv r 1 < = 4 of G108 C 108 108 103A 1081 4 108 l081h ½
fr t tv I Car 38 14 3S 3 384 37 377 38 8 I
< is 9S 9 35 9 95l > 94 ½ 95 9 >
T > Iron 13 18 1S4 18 18
ttep tlepStc Sitci rnee iui i d Lpfd 76 7b1 h 76 74 7H 75 I
1 Rock Island com 34 34 34Th 34 34 3H4
Rubber Goods 25J4 25 25 25th 25 25 25Y
St L S F F2d 2d pfd 72 T2 TJi 72 7204 72
I St St Louis S W V pfd 63 ½ 63 631 h 63 63 6314
Southern S uthern Pacific 66 60 66 66
Southern Ry 34 34 34 341 k 34
Southern Ry Rypfd pfd 97 97 97 97
Tenn C I 1 81 82 80 81 WfI
Texas TexasPacific Pacific 36 36 36f 36 36f 36 3 6
Union Pacific 122 1 22 2 122 121 122
Union Pacific pfd 07 97 4 97 9771 97 9H
U S Leather 13 r 13 13 1314 13
tJ S Leather pfd pfd104 fd10t 104 lOHi 101 104 H 104 10H
TJ IL SI S Rubber 38 3Sy ½ 39 39tS 7 38 3812 ½ 39 39y ½
I U S Steel 31 3174 32 31 31
U 1 S Steel pf 95 95 dl > 4 ½ 94 9tf 9P
US U S Steel St el 2d 5s 5 S 9 91 9I8 J 94 9HfI 04 loIf ½ 94 to
I Wabash Vabashpf pf f 45 45 44 44
Western Vestern1i 1i 1inlcll Union nlcll 93 931J 93 t TO rJ1 83 9314
I Wiscons in Central 22 22 w 22 22 OM
Chi ChlTr Tr Trs Tr pf pf30 30 30 30 ZO 3 9
Amer Ice pf 59 0 40 39 39 29Y =
Wabash Deb DebB B 69 ½ C0 69 69th ½ 69
Rock Islan d Co 4s 82 S3 82 83
Kan City Co pf 6S s 69 CS 8 68
CHICAGO CHICAGO GRAIN GRIN1rIARKET MARKET
Wheat Open High Low Close
May 116 117 116 1161h 116 I
July 100i 1 10 4 101 1 10054 1 19Q 101
Corn C S
May 45 46 45 450 46
July Jul 46 4678 47 4 46 46 4 I I
Oats Oats
May 30 30 30 iI 30 30 30
July i 30 3 30 30 30 307
Pork N NF F
May l 1280 OO 1292 1287 1287
Lard
May lfa y 692 695 690 695
Ribs
May 6S7 8i 6S7 685 6S7
I WEEKLY WEEKLYSTAT STATEMENT E M NT
I OF NEW YORK BANKS
NEW YORK YQRKFeb Feb ll 11Ehe The weekly w ekly
I bank statement statem n t issued today toda shows the the
following changes
Reserve on all deposits decrease
8805000 reserve reserve on deposits other than
United States decrease 8833050 loans
increase 14019300 specie decrease 4
742500 legal tenders t nders decrease 2564500
deposits United States deposits depo ls in ¬
cluded increase 5992000 circulation
Increase 126400 total loans 1142106100
The banks now hold in excess of legal
requirements riquirfmemsID036925 11036925 against 20379225
last year and and155 15529675 6i5 two years cars ago
FO U RTH AN N IVERSARY
AT COLUMBIA CHURCH
Thr Thriving iv ing Georgetown Congregation Lis ¬
tens to Program in Honor of
r
1 Occas ion
Columbia BaptiFt BptJ = tChur t Church h of pC George Ge irge ¬
town cele celCbrated brated Its Jt fourth f fOuthanniversary uithanniversarv anniversary
last night at the th the e church corner Thirty Thlh
second and R streets northwest
The Qxerdses < xercises were h held ld under the
direction c1lrec tion of f Thomas Thomas W T Blasted The
program opened 1Jlne with the singing of
the th e hymn hym n Onward On ward Christian Ch rlsti a n Soldiers Soldie rs
Which whlcl1wa was followed follow d by prayer by the
pastor the t e Rev George W T T McCulIough
Other o numbers n mhelso1 on the program were a
violin duet by John H Binsted and Mr
Stever vocal solo Miss Emma Fowler Fowl r
piano solo Norman Binsted recitation
Miss Nellie elUe Moore piano duet Mrs
Ruben Bogley and Mrs Richardson
recitation Miss Grace Fowler cornet
solo Samuel O Wendel vocal duet
Mrs Florence Grimms and Miss Della
Kaldenbach Kaldenbachrecltat1on recitation Norman Bin ¬
sted and vocal duet Mrs Bogley and
Mrs Richardson
The congregation congr gatlon since its organiza Qrg nlza ¬
tion bas hasrisn ris rin n from froma a few members to
hundreds Recently the th church churchp pur r ¬
chased the property it occupies o upie from fr m
Mrs lrs Honorah Lawler Its first pastor
the Rev John W Musson resigned some
time tlmeag ago to take up the study stu 1y < of higher J1 i9 er
theology He was succeeded succ ded by the th Rev He tev
James L Lodge of Gaithersburg Md
who some somcinonths months ago was forced to t
resign resI n on account accO nt of 1l1h ill health alth The Th
present acting a tlng pastor the Rev George
W V McCullough is pastor of f the th Ten
leytown leyt wn Baptist Church Cqur h on Wisconsin
Avenue H6 H Is con conducting ducting the services
at the Columbia Church pending 1 the th
calling of ofa a minister
The first place of worship of the con con
regation gr gation of the church was at JJaers Efl ls
Hall at th the corner of Thirtyfh and
M Streets northwest
DR HUGHES WILL SPEAK
AT THE BIG MEETING
I Dr Edwin HV H Hughes president oi l c
I De Pauw Univers ity w ill be the speaker spe aker
at the big meeting tomorrow t m orrow
I Dr Hughes spoke at the hc big 1igm meeting etlng
last year and his address was consid ¬
ered eredon one of the best of the ser Be rtes ies He
is a a ayoung ypunsr youn man rnaI1 an eloquent and attrac ¬
live tlvcspeakeralld speaker and it leading scholar of
the central West j
Songs in the Dark Darkwill will Ue i a fea ¬
Lure tUreo of the service TIle hymns will be b
illustrated by beautiful pictures Not
a won word will be spoken spokenu spokenuntjl until 1Ul the speaker
is introduced Miss Grace Updegraft
will sing 1
Doors open pen at 330 oclock oqJock The the ¬
ater Bible class will wUlmect meet at 230 36
oclock 0 clock
CAPT SCHREINERS SCHREINERSBb BODY Y
HERE FOR FORINTERMENT INTERMENT
The body of of0aPt Capt Francis MIddleton
Schrelner 17 CS S A retired who died
air Asheville Asheville N C yesterday yest > rda was
brought to Washington this afternoon
md the funeral wIn il be b held at t tho the
Soldiers Sol ers Home
NEWS AND GOSSIP
OF THE STOCK MARKET
WASHINGTON V
Washington Vashlngton 1lington Gas had the call on the
local exchange exc exchange hange today toda The s toc k was
more mc > re active even than it has been of I Imc
late la and the volume volum9 of of trading t ading in it I
a arounted mounted ounted to 950 shares sllaresr r It i made a max ¬
imum gain of 4 the price advancing to I
6 95 51 5 1 between which price Pr iC e and 64 all allt1W
the trading was done The closing l
figures = s were 65 bid and nd6 Go 65t4 asked
Capital Cri it l Traction Tractlonagn aga gu in soldat sold at 145 14 4 and
14 i45Vf 4fl h hwa was wa bid after fter the thecalL he cojll cdlL
Washington Railway Filly ta tar r preferred c1erred was
fractionally fra ctional1 higher 150 151 150s Ih s hares s Selling at
fetjii jl j ½ and an equal number it at 86 The
clos cIosmi ing was SG bid iduncl and 87 87askod asked 4skd The
common sold s ld at tt 2 29 > for 400 11 31mr shares 1311 trs >
Ten shares of Union Trust and Storage
sold at 121 A notice was wns read that
after February 11 the name ntfm of tho cor or ¬
poration will wiHbe be Union Trust Company
as asa asaiflhorlzcd authorized thorlzcd by a recent act of Con ¬
gress
In the bank list bids advanced as foh fol
lows MetropolitanCitizens t 1 point to
SSO W Commercial 2 points to 16914 169 and
American 2 points to 168
Mergenthaler sold at 195 and 195
four fo r iOshare lots being traded in
Lanston Lan5tonwasdull was dull 65 ws shares haresonI pnlyvbeinj bCin5
traded in at134 sit Lt 13
Greene Copper advanced advancedl 1 point on 1
the bid to t 2S 2the the offering being 26
After th the < j call 2000 of ofWashington Washington
Street Railway 4s sold at 87 I
I
NEW YORK
The TIle New York stock exchange will V I
be be closed on Monday that being Lin ¬
coIns coin S birthday birthda The Washington Washlngt n ex ¬
change will wllldo dp bus business iness as usual
The unusual u 1Usual activity of s steel teel and iron lton iron
secur secu securities ities yesterday is giving rise i1seto to
various rumo rumors rS rSof of consolidation divi ¬
dends e tc One story s tory is that dividends dlvlde I1ds
will be begun on T C Ct Cl t l In April at the
rate of at least 5 per cent and probably
6 Other rumors of a consolidation of
all the Southern properties including Incl dlng the
SlassSheffleld Slo sSheffield may rna have originated
with the crowd cro wd that has h s been bulling
SlossSheffleld recently The prospect prospe t of
receiving the dividends that have been
accumulating a on Republic Iron and Steel
preferred Is I given givenas as a reason for the
violent yiolerrtadvancc advance of that thats s stock tock fockThere There is
also aS a rumor that Colorado Fuel > l and
Iron will advance adva 1ccIO 10 points immediately immedI teh
It is believed in some quarter that a a
sustained 5 stained movement in the United States
Steel Steels s hares haresW would Juld < grea tly stimulate 5
general gC 1lrl1 interest iut r st in the market ma m rket A lot of
bullish sentiment ori o r rthem them lias apparent ¬
hheen ly been ignored in Inthe the market of late It
haa ImKnot 1ma not been eenseriollsly seriously encouraged at
any rate and nd those wh who have been
Waiting 3JUngconfid confidently ntl for the Steel stock
to be betu111c turned 1 once more to the bull side
were beginning to feel a little Impatient
The abldinsr abidInggeneral general interest in the Steel St el
shares is greater than that in any other
security on the stock exchange It will
be recalled how the strength of the out ¬
side speculation last lastear year converged
upon them The big speculation at that
time was in the preferred pref rred stock It is
predicted that on dn n the next movement
greater activity will be h seen een in the com ¬
mon
The declaration of 2 per cent on the
common stock of the American Tobacco
Company places r placesithe laces the stock for the pres ¬
en t tat at least on On a 10 per cent basis bas s The
amount of this stock outstanding is
i 40242450 most of which is S held by the
socalled so < aHect tobacco crowd
i Traders have noticed recently recentl that as
lortfn often as there is any an sign of short cov ¬
l I ering elln In Amalgamated Copper the stock
Is bHl b up UI sharply There Is believed to
l survive a large Boston short interest t
Houses having Boston BO ston affiB affiliations aUons were
I heavy buyers yesterday
TO SELL OVER 8TU 8TOGI
TO HIGHEST BIDDEB
Temple Fair Closes Tonight But There
Is to Be an Auction Auc tion on
Monday
The great Temple Fair In the Wash
ii gton Light In fantry Armory will willc come come me
to an end tonight and another large
crowd is i expected to atten d
There is however to be an auction auc tion
Monday evening at 8 oclock at which whic h
all goods remaining In the various
booths will be b sold to the highest highestbid bid
tier
I Yester Yest rda day a afternoon the baby contest
iwas was on C Cone One of the most interesting interesUn of
I the whole fair The most popular baby b by
I Iwon won the prize The committee in charge
I Or the contest consisted of J 1 Elsen
i imann mann Max 1l x Cohen William 1r HIiam Hahn
A bicycle was awarded to Master
i Henry King for being the most popular
i male baby Little Miss Ruth Grossnor
i won 0 a lifesize doll for being the most mos
r popular popularmite mite of her sex
i The other contestants awarded prizes
I Iwere were Milford Blum a tr icycle ic c1e Sidney
Pressler Press1 cr and Albert t Small each lch a a abox box
of candy
I This rh1scont contest st alone netted the fair
treasury S400 400
There are a number of handsome do ¬
nations still in the booths which the
managers hope to dispose of tonight
If however they the do not go they will
be b sold Monday to the highest bidder bl er
CURIOUS COMPRESSION
OF DESICCATED FOODS
Dr Harvey Fnlrve W Y Wiley VHe of the Bureau
of Chemistry is making an investigation
Into the nutritive value of desiccated
foods
Several manufacturers have sent in
samples some of Y them then l lwonderful wonderful for
I Iminuteness minuteness In size and weight 0
In these thesefrufts thesefruftsand fruits and vegetables vegetnblesevcr every
I drop of f fw water w teJ is extracted leaving on onl ony only l y
the fi finer ber J Jius J ius enough starch for a
i ifum family fum famIlyof of five fivewigls weig w eighs hs less l ss thdn th n half an
I ounc ounclJ iiV
String StrIrlg beans peas cranberries cra ilb rrjes pars ¬
nips nip turnips antI potatoes pota o R are are among
I the samples sam pies and < nearly alrVfriilts are
represented r These combined weigh less
than a pound and nd there is enough e ough to to
feed twenty people cople
Those things thlngsfi1ldDl snid nid Jr Wiley Wil Vn Yar are
I ch chtigiug < hqgin hsinf g conditions onc1ltlo lS In I n Alaska A Iasl < t and other O th r
countries difficult dlffi ult to penetrate They rhe
weieitrso wei weituh i SO little that they are putting Plitt Ing P the
f Iordirnirs ordinary preserved 1re erved foods out of biisi
I Iness ness Somer SO neV veselables egetabl0saie etables are eS5an S5 and l 90 90porce1l per cent
t
W8tt witet ater r which makes ma < es the weight This rhlsls is
Fe evaporated ev T poxated by a new process When
travelers want to prepare the food for
JUng they simply add water and cook
it the same as they would under the
ordinary conditions
The officers of the bureau seem of the
opinion that this means of preserving
food does doe < not injure its nutritive value
A Machine for Women n
should be the tlie best obta inable ir ablt The Sin
ger sewing machine is acknowledge d
the I lightest ISll ISlll l e st running r 111mlltg most mo St durable d u ab Ie and
l convenient conv nlcllt of any Look for the red r d S
171614th 1 1716 16 14th st nw 616 9th st nw nwif f 229 Penn ¬
sylvania s lvania ave se Washington T ashngton D C
FINISHES THE TASK
OF OFTHE THE ASSIGNMENT
Continued ContinuedFrom From First Page
of a t uniform bluish co c olor lor thereby tMreb tIi reb serv sei ¬
ing as a splendid background for all
brighter colors
Big Band Stand
The great band stand will be in the
shape of an octagonal amphitheater a 1lPhl h afcrnnd and
will occupy the whole east en tenU end of the
hall ha ll I The stand w will ill accommodate acc n n date700 700
or 800 persons The Presidents Prlslden Pr65id nts ts box is at
the western end cn of the th hall
Last night Chairman Welter VeJlp held a
meeting of his committee on onj onpubiic > public ubUc com c m ¬
fort and reported that hM he had h d com ¬
pleted assignments for 7000 000Statetroops State tat troops tro ps
and was ready to meet all applications
as a quickly as they the were wererecelv Tecelvcfi
The Commissioners have issued per ¬
mits to the Philadelphia Ba Uimdre and a nd
Washington railroad to increase its
terminal t rmina facilities in order to prepare
for the inauguration crowds coming com tng over
that line f U
The Thopormlts permits included the thepIv privilege pr tv Hegc of
laving aylngtwo two or three additional tracks
one o e On Sixth street streetJustbey just beyond nd the
B street station another ano her oh on Sixth street s treet
southwest to tolIfssourL Missouri aven1i avenue and nd to
extend two tracks on On Sixth street and
tracks on the north side of ofj ofYIrgln j Virgin la
a venue uyelfuc south of JFourailda FouratldaIfalf Half Street str et
Trains will stop at tt the th end of oP Pennsyl nns l ¬
vania avenue southeast southe st and d a a tempo
rarv stairway will be placed there in
order IJrd der r to preihit pre1hltpassengers passengers to get et off of if
they desire and take the Avenue cars
into the city e ty
Old Boys Not to toMarth Marth Mar h
The Old Boys Fremont and Lincoln Llncol
I Republican Club will riot r marc marchin h hi i in thb the
inaugural iarnde arade as was was as expected ex ped d At
a meeting held last lastn n fght fghtln in inr r the head
I quarters qu rters of the club cl tib in in the lUggsHotise RiggsH Riggs Hotse
it was as decided that the theold old veterans v tera ns
would not be able abl to march march the long
distance on account of the risk to
health hea lth
The Illinois Republican Repu bllc n Association is 13
making arrangements to entertain e rlt thrtaln rtaJn vlsir vlsi
tors tor from rom that Sate Last night at a
meeting in the RIggs House Hotisepariors i parlors it t
j was decided to appoint a committee orrimlttc for
the tlJepurpose purpose of olmakingarrangements making arrangements for
i tile entertainment o of visitors Isltor from ram IHi
nois The committee as appointed is ians as
follows L B Stine chairrriari O J
Ricketts I L R Hltt W V S Sirnms D
J D Caldwell R S Jackson HJ H L M Van
dercort N N McCulIough C A Eas
low A D Weakley Veakle Winfleld Scott L
Kuhart L R Taylor and E EE E Smith
Special Police Regulations Ds
For Day of Inauguration In au guration
Special police pOi 0iICC ce regu lations l Uons to be b en en ¬
forced a we wep wek < k before and an d dafter after the in ¬
augural ceremonies on March M rc h4 4 have
been drawn up byMtj by Major r Sylvester Sylvest r who
placed them in n the hands h nds of thoDIs the Dig ¬
trict Commissioners today todayfor for their ap ¬
proval
The regulations arefor the preserva ¬
tion tionof of public order protection prot cU nof of life
and property fixing of ra tes of public
conveyances operation opera tlonofseh of vehicles eles and a nd
prevention of obstruc obstrUctions tions on orisld sidewalks walks
or parkings on the day of the th parade
and are as follows
Regulating Street Traffic 1raffic
When mora more than six si hacks hil ks coaches
or other vehicles vehlclesandwl1en Tind nd when more more than
two motor vehicles vchiclesnre are assembling a assrn s b bngor bl1ng ngor or
assembled together it shall sha Itb be the duty
of any police officer to regulate regulatet the 1e
manner ma imer of their arrival arrIv l and a ndd departure parture
their position while Standing stan < n g gand and to
cause the drivers dr1 ers and tbperz tope operi r ltors tors thereof f
to toa act t at all times in an a rt rtor orde or orderly d drlYnan rly rlYnan manner ner
ant and apy an drIver 9 or operator orQLher or o ther per
son who shall obstruct any police p lice o offi ffi ¬
cer in the performance of hs hsd du ddties ties tlesor or
who shall refuse to obey obe ahy order
given by bya a police officer in the dis ¬
charge of any an duty dutyh hereunder r und r shall ahnllbc be
liable to the penalties pcnnlU s hereinafter b reinafter im ¬
posed as asset set forth in nsectlo section n 15
The schedule of ra tes i s for f r hacks an and d
other vehicles prescr rlblngtripand ibing lbingtrip trip and hour ho r
charges for the transportation trans rtl lon of o f fp pas p s ¬
sengers sengersas as set forth In the th police oIic regu regu ¬
lations of the District of Columbia
shall shalfapply apply to all hacks hackscortche coaches i ior or oth ¬
er vehicles including In ludlns motor m t r ve v hicles hicle
one wcel prior to sa said jd inauguration ln ugl1ra H Hn n
during sa said id inauguration and andone one week
subsequent thereto
Interference With Parade Par de
Street cars herdics motor vehicles
and other vehicles not nototh othgrwls oth n nIse Ise ie pro ¬
vided for shall not Interfere 1htetf l with any
parade nor with the forma for ma tion march ¬
ing or disbandment thereof theregf and it
shall be the duty of the police during
said formation marching marchhfka march1 and a nd disband
mont as a the case may be to stop such s uch
cars herdics hacks motor or other
vehicles as might interrupt or or interfere
with said aid formation marching or dis
handment
During the 4th th day of March Boa
no person p on shall be allowed aIlo ved to intrude
with any vehicle stand stalIdbo box l1rob6truc or obstruc ¬
tion of any ny kind upon any hn street str et avenue
or alloy al1 alloywny < ywny way within sixty sb ty yards ya d of thp U the
line of parade para 1 or within the th r0p4d r p ped ds spade l
on any intersecting street avenue rivenue or
alleyway alhnrw 1lv set aside and indicated by
printed Jr1 t d signs or ropes opes except by permis ¬
sion of the Major and Superintendent of
Police
Sidewalk Obstruction
Xo boxes barrels ba rcls tables tt ibles th es ladders
chairs or other obstructions obstruc tions shall be
placed or locatcdpn or along the side ¬
walks or footways a aja aljacEi djacent c nl t to or con ¬
tiguous to the line of parade par deAny Any per
soi or persons p rsons occupying boxes b xes barrels blrr iS
tables ladders chairs or other ttlc obstruc ¬
tions thereon shall be b beeonsidCfed considered viola i01 ¬
tors tor > of this regulation r gulation
The placing or or locating Ioca qng of boxes box s bar ¬
rels tables t bJs ladders c lia Hairs irs or other o b ¬
structions on any an reserva reservation tion tt n which ivhl h may mtly
be set aside and designated de > lghiu d for forthe the dis ¬
I I play of fireworks firew rlts by the Inaugura l com c > m ¬
I Imlttee mittee m1ttecor or on any street avenue or oraHe alley ¬
way adjacent a jacent thereto is prohibited pr li1bit d and
I any person or persons occupying otcupSlnghoxcs boxes
barrels tables chairs ladders ladd rs or other
I obstructions thereon there on s SI1a shall hall 11 4 be beconSldet consider ¬
ed violators of this regulation
I The > posting of handbills circulars
or posters on any part or > parts of re ¬
I view stands without wr written itten permission
from the proper officer O of the t h inaugural
committee is forbidden forbdd n
I Sale of Intoxicants I toxicants
The sale of intoxicants on any Gov GO ¬
ernment ernm nt reservation or on any street
avenue ynup or thoroughfare in the District
of Columbia is prohibited
No person of known l < novll evil evilcharacter character
shall sell or Offer for sale any badge bad e
The E Fh Sufferers
from Cold Colds C lds
are ar numbered by millions mBll ns not notlncludlna Including
those thos whose annoyance by bYl1l1s association clatIon
amounts almost alm 3t to suffering sllrt stiffCrin rng 1
And yet t It is a tact as capable c p ble ot
demonstration as any problem probl r In lngeome geome geome ¬
try r that Dr Agnews Gatarrhal Powder Powd r
has 11 < 8 does d es will cure Catarrh e eittarrhand tarrh and a nd Colds C lds
What are the Catarrha l tMllHons Millions going
to do about it 4
Dr Aenews Agnewsileart Heart Cure relieves heart
disease dlse sc in 30 minutes
Bold by MODERN DRUG CO
a 414 7th St StN N W
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souvenir or other Qth r article on any of the
streets avenues alleyways or reserva re ena ¬
fleas in the District of Columbia nor
shall any person sell or offer for sale
any jrpods oodswarts wares merchandise or other
articles articJ s in such manner as to cause the
public pUbl1cany any Inconvenience or discomfort
nor by loud or unnecessary outcry o tcry a ad d ¬
vertise v ertise for sale any badge souvenir or
other > thertrUcle article and any and all persons
offering for sale any of the above named
articles shall be subject to the orders
of the police as to the maintenance of
peace order and propriety
Frightening Horses
It shall be unlawful for any a py person
to in any manner convey transport tra itsport or
carry through or or upon nn any public street
avenue or highway in th the Distr fct of
Columbia any am sign advertising device
or other object which might frighten n
horses or obstruct the free fr e passage of o I
pedestrians on the sidewalk of any a a1c av o
nue street or alleyway
The police shall assist assistinpr in in preserving serving
public order within the Capitol C pUol groun grounds ds
during the 4th day of oflIarch March 1905 1905and and
reserve space in in that locality needed for
the movements of the the inaugural parade para de
and hacks coaches and other vehicles
assembled a5scmbl d therein shall occupy suc h
stand or positions as asrnay may be designated
by thfr th police before h forcduring during and imme ¬
diately following the inaugural Inauguralexer exer ¬
cises cise and in every way comply with
section Lot these regulations
Closing of Streets
> The Major and Superintendent of Po ¬
lice is authorized to temporarily close
by rope or otherwise the streets str ets Includ ¬
ed in the route of the inaugural para par parade ade de
of March 4 1905 19jand 90S and such intersecting
streets stree ts avenues alleyways alleywaysor or reserva ¬
tions tlonsas tions as a tho the1Iajor Major and Superintendent
o f police shall des de ignate by and andw with lth
the approval of the Commissioners of
tha District of Columbia
i iTh The Th Major Iajor and Superintendent of
Police or his authorized representatives representa Ives
shall Inspect any review stand or other
review places with a n view to preventing
the unauthorized use useo of any combustible
material Iri terl 1 stoves gasolene or other otherap ap ¬
pliances which hich might be dangerous to
life and property
No one shall hang or suspend ad ¬
vertising sighs slg 1s sheots cloths etc etcon on
the front of any an building unless unlessdul duly
authorized or In accordance with ex ¬
isting police and building regulatijns
Penalties Provided Prov ided
H HAny Any person v iolating any of the reg
ula ulaions laIonsaforcsald iong aforesaid shall on conviction
in the Police Court Courto o f the District of
Columbia be liable for each and every
such offense to a fIne not to exceed
1 5100 100 and in default of payment thereof
to imprisonment in the workhouse as
provided provId d in the resolution of Congress
approved January Tanuar 17 1905
For the the information IniorrnaUonof of all concerned
the following section of the law rela ¬
tive to the maintenance of public or ¬
der of the District of Columbia is in ¬
cluded herewith and is as asfollows follows
t That it shall be unlawful unlaw ful for any per ¬
son c n or persons within the District of
Columbia to congregate con Tegate and a nd assemble asscmbIeIn
in any street Etr Jt avenue alley road or l
highway or ci in or around anv public
building buiIdingorinclosure or inclosure or any park or
reservation r reser ation or at attheentra the entrance lceofany of any
private building or inclosure and en ¬
gage gageJn in loud and boisterous bolster Us talking talkIngor or
other disorderly conduct or to insult
or ormake 01 make rude rud or orobscenc obscene gestures or
comments or observations on persons
passing by or in the bdr ir hearing or to
crowd obstruct or hSIonimode h iiornmode iJmmode the free
use us of oiany any such street str et avenue avenu alley
I road highway or any of the foot pave ¬
ments thereof or the free entrance into
any ary public or private building or in
i closure that It shall not be lawful for
any an person or persons pel ons to swear swCar curse
or make use of any > profane language
or or indecent or obscene words or en ¬
gage In disorderly dlsorderlycondl1ct conduct In any street
avenue alley road highway public
park or Inclosure public building
church or assembly room or In any an
other oth r public place or in any place
wherefrom wh refrom the same may ma be heard in
any an street avenue a venue alley road high
I way wa public park or Inclosure or orothr othtr
i building or in any premises other than
i those thos where the offense was committed
i under a penalty of not more than
i twentyfive dollars for each and every
i offense
Did the Man With the Camera
catch you If he did there is money for
you See tomorrows Sunday Sunda Times I
FINANCIAL STATEMENTS
NOTICE Is hereby herebglcn given that the annual
I meeting meeUnot of the stockholders of o the e CHIPIOfTA CHIPIOA
MINING COMPANY CO IP LlIT will be held at the main
office OfllCeo ffice o f the company 1407 P street northwest
at t 5 oclock In the afternoon on the 14th l th
day of March Iarch 1905 By order omero of the Presi ¬
dent ANNA A NA MILLER Secretary It
FINANCIAL
Deposits Jan 11 1905 1965 19 5 I
as per report to the Comptroller of
Currency amounted to
849053278
Capital Surplus and Profits
5223356215 223356215
3ThIs T lis tells the whole story
J lGGS rtf NA0 NA0N NATIONAL BAN N r rL L
U S DEPOSITORY
I PEHKA AVE 1 OPPOSITE US U S TREASURY TRE TRESU SU
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be Future
With t political c matters r settled for or I
the next four years with good
business and good crops the out ¬
look for the immediate future is
excellent
Now Jow is the time to build up your
business to its greatest capacity I
Are your our banking connections
the best If not we solicit your
patronage Our facilities are un ¬
excelled THE HOME SAVINGS BANK
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7th th and Mass lass ave N W Y Yo o
Assets Over a Million Dollars felOtf
ER iBRChapman 2 R Chapman i Co 9
Members Memb rs N Y Stock Exchange
1301 I 30I 30 1 F Street N W
G j BOWIE CHIPMAN Mgr 3
Member M mber Wash Stock Exchange
nc293mdexSu
M Money ney to Loan 4i 434 and 5 Per Cent c nt
On real estate in District or Columbia Xo
delay in closing loans
HEISKELL 6s McLERAN McLERANleo8If 1008 leo8If F St
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FINANCIAL
THE WASHINGTON LOAN
AND TRUST COMPANY
OFFICE COR 9TH AND F STS STS
PAIDUP CAPITAL ONE MILLION
Loans In any amount made on ap
proved proedreal real estate or collateral at ntrca rca
sonable rates
Interest paid upon deposits on monthly
balances > subject s bJect to chec hec kv k
This company acts as executor ad
mlnistrator mlnlstratortrustee trustee agent treasurer
registrar and In all other fiduciary ca
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Boxes for rent Inourglar In t turglar urglar and nndflreproot fireproof
0 vaults aults for safe deposit and storage st rage of
valuable packages
JOHN JOY EDSON EDSONPresidcnt President
JOHN A A SWOPE SWOPEu SWOPEVice u u Vice President
ELLIS SPEAR SPEARSecond Second Vice President
ANDREW PARKER PARKERTreasurer Treasurer
HARRY UARRYG CK G XIEE1I 1EE L Assistant Treasurer Trc surer
THOMAS THOlrASBRADLEYReaJ BRADLEY BRADLSYReal Real Estate Officer
REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT
Is prepared to assume nsl ume < the management of
your our real re nr estate Careful attention given
to toon all details
Tv HE H E Live L i ive V e progr Progressive eSSiV e
T I IBank Bank is the bank the
merchant and business
man find it a advantageous advantageo l ls s to be
associated with Such a bank
is this
Consult the th officers here about the
service well give you
Loans on commercial paper Sav ¬
lags ingsaccounts3 accounts 3 per cent Interest
MERCHANTS
nECHANICS
SAVINGS BANK 707 G St
felOtf
verybddy veryb cly who w o earns e money
E EverYbddY should create a SURPLUS
FUND
and thus provide against accident ac cident
sickness and old age The best h st
means to this end is the SAVINGS SA VINaS
ACCOUNT
I TDeposlt a a portion of your week ¬
ly or monthly monthl earnings in this bank
and your money will constantly
draw interest the whole or part
always payable on demand
1 opens a savings account
THE TRADERS TRADE
NATIONAL BANK 5 h hp p UvE
GEO C HENNING Pres
felOtf
Aetna Banking Bankingfc
Trust Company
t222 F Street Nortt1w3q
Foreign Exchange and Foreign
and Domestic Money Orders
Savin gs De posits 4 per cent
compounded quarterly
Time and demand certificates
Spe Special c cal al department for ladies
BANKING BY MAIL
Absolute Absol ute
Safety afety
And 2 per cent per annum
interest on all accounts are
advantages assured depositors
by the banking department of
UNION TRUST STOR ¬
AGE CO 1414 1414F F St N W V
Accounts of firms corpora ¬
tions societies and in dividuals
invited
EDWARD J 3 STELTJWAGENV STELLWAGEN President
r i SZJlN i l
GEORGE E FLEMING F ASecretarj Secretary
EDSON B OLDS OLDSTreasurer Treasurer asurer
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IPEo IPEoptESl1 T ptESl1
i I BANK BANK820 820 F t
i T SI nopensa opens pen a savings sav ngs account I
7 tn1 0 Interest on l Of
J I 3 j 10 dejosia a811nas on an a fim tim3 dell 0 sis 4 4Of 4 lOT 0 1 f
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Home Building Association
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LOANS ON T REAL ESTATE
ON O EASY MONTHLY Y PAYMENTS
It will accommodate you for building bUlldln buy bU ¬
ing or improving a home or for Investment
and need money Call on the theundersigned undersigned for
information an d i inking ta king stock Applications PP icauons icauonsfor
for loans from agents solicited l
GEO W LINKINS Wil r II TVETZEL
Pres SOO SN 19th st nw n Sec 2135 11 st nw 1
A S TAYLOR E S WESCOTT
VPres 1403 F 1 st nw Trees 1907 Paavnw
de97StexSu de9 8tcxSu
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TO BE CONSIDERED WHEN MAK ¬
ING A LOAN IS THE QUESTION OF
TERMS I take care always to give
my patrons the lowest rates and ande3si easi ¬
est payments A large amount amounT to lend
on installment loan at 5 per cent inter ¬
est st BUILDERS LOANS LOANSlIADE MADE
JOSEPH I I WELLER V Y 3LLER
RelIt Realty Bro
602 F Street N W V
teitf
Interest Allowed on DEPOSITS
received from from Treasurers Trustees
Guardians also on deposits of oflund funds
awaiting investment
Directors DirectorsGeorge George H H Harries I G
Kimball Wilton J Lambert A A M Lo
throp Theo W Noyes J J H Ralston
John B Sleman jr Jr F IiSniith K Smith E E
Quincy Smith E N NWaters Waters S W V
Woodward Jl opens a savings account
UNION SAVINGS SA VINGSBANK BANK
BOND BONDBLDQ BLDQ HthStand 14thStandNY NY Ava Ay
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FINANCIAL
NArIO
BANKING
CORPORATION
1415 G GStreet Street N W
Assets Asse tS 31 3154891612 5489 1672
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Deposits 1785091780 17 9 85091780
2 2 per cent Interest allowed on draw
ing accounts Higher rates on Time
Money
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STOCKS
I Iam am in a pcsltlon cs1tion to execute orders ord rs IB I
Stocks Grain Cram an4 a ati I Cotton on easy margins
Service excellent exce1eJltIn In comnraaicaUoT wltfc wi
Now York Telephone Tclephonvldaln Main slab 11 ilL StaoUahs staUl ll i
debt yearn
Margin I Per Cent
NO XOI INTEREST R CHARGES
R LAPFIN LAPP
529 29 7th Si S N W Cor F 2
celT3m
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THE THEAMERICAN AMERICAN
Bu Building ilding and Loan Associatioa Associ tiolA
Incorporated
Pays 4 43 Interest upon upondeposite deposits
Loans made on District of Columbia
real estate Open an account with u us
and form the th habit of saving
Open until 5 p m r
Phone M 202S
802 F Sf St NW
b k3 c HOLLIES President
F D FOSTER Secretary
The Safest Investments
Are those tl osa that do not depend upon
the financial responsibility ty or the
stability of any individual or orc cor ¬
poration First deeds o oftr11st of trust
mortgage mortg gt notes liberally liberallysecure securel < l
oh on good real estate in the District
of Columbia olumbia constitute gilt
I edged edg d Investments These are
i the only kind kindwe we make and sup
j ply to investors They bear in ¬
terest payable semiannually at
1he the rate of FIve percent per cent Per an
lium uum and may be had of us in
amounts from 500 and apa umvard at
par and accrued interest interc < t Send
for forb forbo boo o klet kl t Concerning I Lans iaua
and Investments
Swartzell l Rheem
I Hensey Co
W WAB1Tl AEiEB J3UILDmG
916 F STREET NORTHWEST
felltf fellt f
Lewis Johnson Co
Bankers 1319 1319F F St St
Direct Private Wire Tire to
MOORE SGHLEY
fePtI e9 tt
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Capital CapJtalS50JOOOsurplu5 5503000Surplus 503000 Surplus 5100000 100000 100 OOO
COMMERGIAI CO C 0 MM MERCI E R C i A L
NATIONAL BANK
Fredk C Stevens Ste ens Invites accounts
President of individuals Individu ls
firms firmsand and cor
Eobt RobtA A Chester porations P ora ti on 5 on O n
1st T V Pres jp zpost most os t favorable
M H Shea terms I
2d y V Pres Makes commercial loans 10pns on o
Ceo W White pap r and
paper ap ax >
CashIer proved provedcoUateral collateral I
R JE ECaug1ton Ciaugbton at lowest lo w st rates
Asst 4sstCashIer C Cashier sWer of interest
Issues letters of credit
Buysand Buys and sells for foreign ign and domes I
tIc exchange
Cor 14th and G Sts N W V
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of a a better and safer fer investment Inv s tment you ou should
place your our idle money in the th safe coffers oC o
this company and iint l let It work for you ou
Your pocket Is a poor place to keep ep money
because the temptation to spend it is is doubled
while you OU have it on yovr person Better
begin to lay up a little now and ana week by y
week wet k or month by b month drop in and deposit
your our surplus cash here
5
Anj An n amount wnmt from om TEN T CENTS CE TS upward Will ril1
be be received
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The National Safe Deposit
Savings and Trust Co
38th Year
I Capital and Profits 1250000
Deposits over overS5300 55300000 5300000 000
I NEW NEi YORK AVE AND AD15th loth ST
W Wa w a 8 L HIBBS CO
Bankers and Brokers
f4I9 r49F F Street
I t New IcwYorkStQck6xcb2T York Stock Exchan xchlrrt n t
Members l < Washington Stock Sto ckBxchMllJ Erchanjj L3xcisan
i t Chicago Board Boa rd ol Trada
b 1V HE value of your property to
T THE you yo yoti depends to toa a large ex ¬
LI tent on the theabi1ity ability abilityan an d facili ¬
ties of your agent to manage it
property and an d profitably
Well rent your prop ¬
erty promptly and keep
it rented to desirable ten ¬
ants Youll YQul1tirid lied it will
earn its limit lim it under our
care
THE TIiEF F Ii SMITH CO
Real Estate Loans Investments
Insurance nsuranC
1408 N Y Ave Bond Building pUdinz
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