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T THE ± L15 WAiSHUSUTUJN TIMES r MONDAY MARCH 13 190o 19O 3
Exce llent Mar ke ket t in z14 Lon don >
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SPECULATION ON
A HEAVY SCALE
Enormous Profit Taking on
Long Stocks
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Demand for Canadian Cana ian Pac Pa cific ific Stock Stoc k
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Continues in Excess of the 4
Supply I
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NET YORK March Mar ch 13 13SpeculaUor Speculation I
has been on n a very iieayy llean r scale The
feature cf the first hour has been enor ¬
mous speculative prOfit Dr flt taking takingcn en long I
stocks London L on don sent sentane an exultant XUIt ant market I
and the arbitrage houses bought her lle j as I
I fast as they could sell abroad The Th Dif if ¬
ferences ere ces were sometimes so metimes quite extreme
Profitta Profittaking king kIngin in Union Pacific has been
ncavy 11R The price shows very Yer little
change
The market opened strong Pennsyl ¬
vania gained 1 1y ½ and Louisville and
Nashville 1 1i 4 Maximum 1faxln umgairi gain in Canad ¬
ian Pacific > Mific was 2 4 Anaconda gained
2 per cent on n single sale Chesapeake
and an d Ohio opened a quarter lower Union
Pacific PacittcIost lost from its moderately strong
opening Gains of o and 7 were quite
a general
St Paul New York orlt Central and
Pc J Pezipsylvania iipsylvanla have maintained their
early advances Texas T xas and andPaciftc Pacific has
been remarkably strong London has
been the principal buyer of Southern
railway Anaconda has lost 3 per cent qent ent
Chesapea Chesapeake ke and nd Ohio has averaged a net
loss 11 > 5 and the liquidation liqu idation in Reading
has held It close to Saturdays clos ¬
ing i price > rice The demand d for or Canadian
Pacific continues in excess ex ess of the sup ¬
ply
Government bonds were unchanged
other bonds steady teath
Noon NoonThe The mar ket has sustained its
strength well in spite of the great
profittaking Im In the active stocks At
one time the demand for Union Pacific
improved and the stock crossed 135 on
orders aggregating over 25000 OOOshares shares
The price fell back however 1 iper per cent
from the highest St St Paul has shown
no fractionary tendency whatever
gaining somewhat sqm Wl1at over oyer 1 per cent
The biggest advances have been In the
minorcontrolled stocks of the New
York Yor Central and a nd Pennsylvania Pan
Handle rose 3 3V4 and the preferred 2
per er cent Ontario and Western gained
f fer
2 4 Trading in Amalgamated has been
comparatively cO lIpalativelY small
WASHINGTON WASHINGTONSTOCK STOCK MARKET
Sales Sale SalesWashington sWashington Washington Street Railway 4s
1000S9 1Yg89 1000S9 2OOOO1jO 2000090 10000 ooOO3 OOO
90 500Kg 5ooo89Th 89 9Tfr 25000 250CJ0 25OOO9O 90 5000S9 5IIJU 5ooGds9Th < g89
100090 1 90
Metropolitan Railroad 5s 5000U91 OOO119
1000120 1 OOOiN20 4000g120 UOO jJ1204000120 4000120
Potomac Electric Power 5 per cent
j iooosiiQ4 siowxgaw ioo 10001J4 < xg5io4
Capital Traction 20148 1014S 20
t ffl4S14 J48 J20S14S5S 2 bGf148 148 205S5JHS34 2l1S I
AVashlng Washington on Street Railway preferred
10R94 l00 j9t igoi94 100g94 2594Vi 94 5094 5095 h 25
a 6P4 94 5 9t1f 94 10fi 1o94i H 5O9Hf 5o94 50 o 94
1QYlL9t 4
4 WashIngton Street Railway common
r034 r j3p 50S34 5U Utz34 34 5034 50i34 50 50343I 4 5034
100034S 10f 3m 4 2001 2OOU 34 buyer 60 20034 20fi 100
fic34 t34 200g3 200 200f 3 I 10034 l00345OO34 50034 1035 10 5
After call callGreene Greene Copper Copper529 5029
Washington Railway preferred preferred2O 20
94 794V2 79P 25iff54 2W8 2o 2591 g9i g9ir J 4 r 5095 buy ¬
er 60 0 50t 5O 5Oii5 9 > 5 buyer bu er60 CO
Washington Street Railway common common
200S35 5 buyer 60 10034 10034f f 2o 2o34S 34S 31 4 IftQ
3454 34 1QO344 1 U
American Security and Trust Trustl0 rust10241 10244 24t
Second National Bank 1016a
Commercial National Nati nal Bank 10S16S
Washington W shihgtonGks20G71h Gas 20G7 25S7TS l
Mergenthaler 5g 5g02i 502 02i 4 4 5202 02 10202U 10202 4
100202 r18 1O202 1 202 ½ 10202 2
y Lanston 25i6 16 ½ 1 10016ii lYl6 1 t
Greene Copper 1029tf 1029
Washington Street Railway Rai1wa preferred
100S5 buyer 60 0 10C95 100 95 buyor buy r 60 1K lW > J
94 9H lCO94 = i
Washington Vashln gton Street Railway Rail va > common
1fr4 Ifr lj3h > g34i40034 OOf34
GOVERNSIENT GOER T BONDS BO
Bid Aaie4 S M
U S 58 iI 101 104K 104
U S 2B 8 101H 101 H5
U S 3 2x i IO1 104 1013 lOt
U S Z 3s tg 10131 104 115
U H S 4s g lOlii 3 P5 < 5
U B 4s 105 iG5l4 5 lOG
U tt JI 3 4B a 1325 132 13234 138
U US S i 4s s lS2 13214 2 113
n r C Co 3 3tZI s U84 liS >
ffcU Land Land4s Land4su 4s u uuu n8
RAILROAD BONDS BOlC JS
Capitol CspU Traction R P fa 4i U0
Met i 1et R H 5s 119M g J20 32Oi i
Met R R R cert indebt A 101 JOT iu
Met R R R cert Indebt B Ill w
Columbia R R 6s U 1111 iSO
Columbia R R 5S n W9 lt lL9
city and Sub R R R 5Bi 5 103
Anacostla gptomac Potomac 5s a s 103
The EhcWash Wash Ry R Eiec Co 4s S3J X fo
MISCELLANEOUS BONDS I
Wash ash Gas Co 6s Ser SerA A t 105
Wash r ra a h Gas Co 6s Ser B 105
Wash Va haas Gas Cert u 13i3 11t rs 1 C
uSElec U S Elee Lt t Deb Im Imp 63 10 III J At
C S Elec Lt Cert lad Ga 8 10 J
Ches Pot Tel 5s 1U7 iv iT3 1a 10 L
Wash r ash Market Co 1st 6s 5 Ill 110 pj
Potomac Electric 6s 101
t fcAFK DEPOSIT AND A DTRUSl TRUST STOCKS
F Nat at Safe Deposit Trust 182 lS2t ii ft ISO
Vash Loan a = Trust 2J4 4 2 w tS
F Fvash Am AmclecurllY SecuritY lrust 213 13 iSo 6u
Wash Safe Deposit D poalt JJ
Union Trust UO 1 9 js Ini 32 i
Washington Savings Bank luJ 1 1i iio H
Home Savings Bank li Ui
RAILROAD > STOCKS
Capital Traction Co M8 nsv J48 8
r the Lh Wash ash Ry Elec Co pr p 9i O i at j
t he Wash ash Ry Elec Co con con3H 31 3a j
NATIONAL BANK BA K STOCK
Bank of Washington Wa hin ton ISO 4 0 510
MetropolitanCitizens 343 Iffj 75
Central entrnl JJJ
Farmers and an Mechanics 3JJ
Second los 15 J65
commercial 164 i j it8H 18
Cclumbia 2U lJ
Capital ird 201 5Q
American IBS 1 8 KQ
Traders Ii5 Ilh slo Sb
b Lincoln ill 142 U
Rise3 025 w tj
INSURANCE STOCKS
firemens j
franklin u I
Metropolitan 1 81 loa j
Corcoran n I J
Potomac 3J5J sj > 13
Arlington Arlln ton 3JJ4 3J 4 i
German American 2JJ
National atiunal Union 7Ji 3
V Columbia 10 1014 jij 11 llh r
Rises ax S 9
Peoples o 7
Commercial 4J iJ 4 L f3
Colonial 100
TITLE INSURANCE INSURA CE STOCKS
Real Estate Title Title8J B3 00
Columbia Colum bIa Title 3 4 I
Washington Title 3 b M
TELEPHONE TELElHO E AND GRAPHOf GRAPHOHO HONii r
STOCKS
Chesapeake Potomac Pot ll1a 4j 46 40 4
Am A Graphophone com o D U 5
Am Graphophone pf tU t l d lHi
GAS STOCKS
Washington a hingtln Gasi Gas 67 67U 67l CS
Georgetown G < orgetown Gas TU j
TYPE MACHINE STOCKS
Mersenthaler Linotype 2033 O tj 03
Lanston lan ton Monotype le WA 1 bo
MISCELLANEOUS SCELLAl EOUSSTOCK STOCKS
Washington Y hi9g on Market t3
Nor o NV Wash aeh S Steamboat 2aO 270 0 70
Ueaity l alt Appraised Autncy c I ncy a x 7
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Reported by W cv V B HIbbs Co 1 1419 9 F
Street Member New York Stock Exchange Eschlln
Chicago Board or Trade and Washington
Stock Exchange
Open High Low 115
Amal l L al Copper Sl 818 81 SH 80 80 874 S03
Amer mer Loco 4 4H2 44 44i i fe 44 4H 44V4 44 4tY 44
Ame Ame Loco pf pf116 116 116 116i 116 fl6l Jl6
Am Car Found 36 36 3G 36
Am Car Found l ound pf o 954 95 96 9o 9 96 f
Amer American ican Smelt RmeIt99 99 99 98 9S 961 J 1 1k I
American Smelt pf122122 p1 122 122 122 1224 122 12Qs
American Am erl ca1 Sugar 145 145y ½ 146 146l 145i 145 i 146
Interboro It T 1220 220 220 ro 219 J20
Atch T S Fe Fe92 9234 91 92 921 92 92 9 1h
Atch T S Fe Fepf pf 1031k 13 103l 8 103 103B 103 4103 103 J4
Baltimore Ohio Ohio111 111 111 lllY ½ 110 11018 110 110B
Northern Securities Secu ritieslGl 161 104 161 163
Brooklvn Rap Tran C6 G6B 66I 07 ½ 66 67 2
Canadian Canadian Pacific 149 149 14S 143
Chesapeake Ches ripeake Ohio 65 554 57V4 5 57 4 5i 5H 01 57
Chicago Alton 40 41 414 4 40 41
Chicago Alton pfd 81 81 81 81
Chicago Great West 23 237 24 241J ½ 23 24
Chi Mil Mu St Paul180 183 i 180 182
Col Fuel Iron 52 s 55 55th 62 52B 54 541J
Consolidated Gas 212 2 213 213Y 211 2llTh213 213
Delaware Hudsonl92 Hudson 192 192 192 1921 fz 192 19 I
Erie com 48 48 481fs 48 48 48
Erie 1st pfd 83 S3 S2 2 82 82i
Erie Erie2dp1r 2d pfr H 70 70 70 704 70 O
General G < ileral Electric 188 1SS 188 188 I
Illinois Central 161 161 161 161
KG K C Southern 29 29 9 i 29 2 29 g ½
Louis L uis Nash Nash145 145 145 1451h ½ 144 144IH 144 ½
Manhattan Ele172 Elel 172 172 172
Met Sees Co 85 S53 4 8a S 4 84 84a a 80
Met St Ry 123 123A 123 1234 1231 4 122 122j 123
Mo X T com 32 3208 32 32 32 32y
Mo K T pfd pfd67 67 67 67 67671 67 4
Missouri Pacific 110 110 110 110 110
Mexican Central 25 2 26 25 s 2o
Va a C C C Co u 35 So > Vi 1 i 34 35
Amer Tob 4s 75 751A 75 78 75 75 < o
So Pacific pfd p1dD8 118 118 1187h 118 118118 118
National NationalLead Lead 37 371 37 mf3 36 367 ST 37 j
New York Central Central162 162 162 162161 161 161
N Y Ont West 57 57 571h 56 561h ½ 56
Norfolk Wes tern 88 88 S 5 mil 7 < ½ 87 874
Pac Mail Steamship 46 46th46Y4 46 4o 46
Penna R R 147 147 147 147 um
Peoples Gas of f Chi 112 112 111112 111 112
Pressed Steel Car 37 37 37 37 37
Reading 93 98 S3 S 93 j8y
Rep Steel Iron 19 20 19 fI 20
Rep Steel Iron pf 77 77 77 u 77 <
Rock Island com 33 36 36 6 35
Rock Island pfd 80 80Y 80 ½ 80 ½ 80
Rubber Goods 25 25 25 25 25Yi
St StL L S 8 F 2d pfd71 pfd 71 71 ½ 71 g 71
St Louis S W r 26 > 26 26 26 2678
St L S W V pfd 63 63 62 63
Southern Pacific 70 71 4 70 4 71
Southern Railway 36 36 36 3G1h ½ 36 361h ½
Southern Ry R pfd 99 99 ½ 99 19 991f ½
Tenn Coal Iron 92 92 92s 91 91Y 92
Texas Pacific 40 41 40 401A 40 ½
Union Pacific 134 135 4 134 135 1 8
U S Leather 13 13 1312 12 12
U S Leather Leath r pfd pfdl00 106 106 105 1i 1Q6 ¼
U S Rubber 42 427 42 424 42 42
IJ S Steel 37 37 3Bs 37 37 378
U S SSteel Steel pfd 96 97 96 96i 97
U S Steel 2d 5s 95 95 95B 4 94 95
Wabash 23 13 23 23 23
Wabash pfd p1i l 47 47 4H 47 47 471h
WheeL Lake Erie 19 19J 38 19 191 19 1974
Vest Union 94 94 94 94 9H
Wisconsin Central 24 2474ii 25 i4 1 4 24 fr
Amer Ice pfd 39 y 39 39 39
iWabash Wabash Deb B 71 71 71 71
At Coast Line Line144 144 144 143 143143 143
Ivan City SO pfd 66 66 C5 65 t C5
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CHICAGO GRAIN GRAINMA1lK MA MAEE RKET J
CHICAGO March 13 13Fo 13FollowIng Following 1 1o o v vi vng i ng are ar
the theQuctat1on quotations on todays exchange
Wheat Open High Low 115
May MayH H 112 112 4 109 U2 1121s
July Tt 91 9H 92 91 92 9ly
Corn r
May 48 4 49 4S4 4S 49
July 4 48 49 48 49
Oats Oats
May Ma 31 311 31 31 31 314
July 31 31VJ n 31 31 I I
jMay May Pork 1252 12 C C 3255 J C = I IC I
Lard
May Iay 700 702
Ribs Ribsc
May 680 CSO
NEW YORK COTTON COTrON MARKET
Open High Low 115
p pm m
May r1Y 753 756 750 756
July 752 754 749 754
August 751 75 756 751 755
October 762 765 759 761
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WILL HIVE PUMU PUNCH BOWL
TO HOBERT ROBRIJI ROBRIJYMNE J I WYNNE YMNE
I
Former Subordinates to Present P resentToken Tokes
of Regard to Retiring Retir ing Postmaster
General on Wednesday
I
j I I Prominent officials In the Postoffice
Department will present Robert J
ynne who has just retired from the
ptionof I tionof Postmaster General with i a a
I inch bowl The presentation wilfv wnr wnrtako take
place next Wednesday We Vedncsda dnesday afternoon in the
office 0m ce of the First Firs t Assistant Postmaster po stmaster
General at 5 oclock
1
The punch bowl has already alread been pur ¬
chased and cost 250 The money was
I raised laise after Mr Wynnes V nnes retirement r tirement
Upon the 001 DOT will bq Inscribed tho seal
of the Postoffice Department the name
lot 9f Mr Wynne and the names of the
friends and admirers who presented it
John R Young superintendent super intendent of the
dead letter office will make the pre ¬
sentation speech
Among those thos who subscribed to the
fund are John A Merritt postmaster
J J Howiey C M 111 Waters C P
Grandfield Edward F Kimball W Y M 1
Moore J R Young Thomas R R Deg
nan Jl T F Sawyer J M f White Frank
H Rainey Palne G T Gould H B Hall E
M I Morris 10 rrl s George L Lood Wood T ood George L
VanDyke T anDy14eand and W V L Nicholson
WILL CONDEMN LAND
FOR STATION ANNE ANNEX
Condemnation proceedings will be in ¬
stituted at once according to a decision L
of the Commissioners today to ay with a a L
view to securing possession of a plat plat
of ground adjoining the police substa
lion at Tenleytown for use as a sit
for ora additional dlUonai buildings for police use
The decision of the Commissioners if i
in conform ity with a rocommendatioi r
made ma e by Assistant Engineer E M Tai T i
cott cotto o
About 3457 square feet is needed nee ed am
the irico price contemplated contem1 4 > lat d 25 cents per foot
the lie rate paid for tile or orIginal iginal site will I
amount to 86125 and it Is said si d
come within the available appropria ¬
Hen
JUDGE THROWS DIVORCE
CASE OUT OF COURT
Justice Anderson An erson today toda signed an or
der dismissing the proceedings for di
vorce instituted by b W Samuel 2s N T Acke
against < Edna N Acker and an two co ¬
respondents
Samuel D Truitt appeared as counse
for tOlthe the defendants
CHARGED WITH EMBEZZLEMENT
William H Flaherty F1ahert formerly form rly employ ¬
ed as a conductor on the lie Ninth
brunch brm < ll of the Washington Railway Ralhvu t and
Electric Company was put on trial to ¬
day da y before Justice Wright for embez em bez ¬
zlement
Swift Cos sales of fresh beef
Washlngtcr D O C week weeltending ending
10 iivergsea Ye lc64 1 Cd cents per pound
I
NEWS I AND GOSSIP
OF THE STOCK PMRKEi MARKET
WASHINGTON
Washington Railway bonds and stocks
were the leaders in todays market on 01
the 1 local exchange ex hange and andal1made all made notable nota ble hl
gains The Th bonds bondsgalned gained f to H 100 1OQG
selling at at89 S7 8I 1 and 5000 at tt 90 which re rew ¬
spect spectively velv were wer the closing figures The Tb
preferred d wtock made n net gain of o
nearly a t point selling as high hi h as a 94 94
while whileoptions options commanded 95 Altogether i
over I 1000 shares ha1 es were traded iK in Tb Tho
closing figures were 94 bid and 9
aslt asked d Dealings in the theommqn common stock
aggregated I 2250 shares atprlccsrang at prices rang ¬
j ing from from3 3 i4 z to with the latter and am
35 paid for OI options < The gain was W g ot o
a point
Capital Traction Tra tiongained u gained 1 fractionally
on moderate trading 20 shares selling at a
148 148V4 48 and 70 at 1485s 14S The closing was Wa
148 4 bid and aslee asked
Ames jan an Security and nd Trust sold at a
1441h 144 f r 10 O hares
Secoid National N tional Bank made a new nc
1 high record 10 shares selling at 160 and am
1 the closing was 158 bid id and 165 asked
Ten shares of Commercial National Nation l
Bank sold at 168
Metropolitan nFire Fire Insurance Was was ad ¬
anced sharply sharply1j U points to 81 but the th
asking price was par and no trading
was done
Washington Gas sold at C7 for twen
tyfive and and671h G72 67 for twenty shares and arc
closed at 67 bid and 68 asked
Mergenthaler gained several good frac ¬
1 tions selling seUintrom from rom 202 to 202 and clos ¬
ing with the lust named figure as the tb
bid and 203 asked
Lanston was rather weak w w ak th thh only onl
deal I being 125 shares at 16VS 16 and vhicl which
Was was also the closing offering with 16
bid
Graphophone common receded s still till fur ¬
ther therthe the bid being 5 4 and the asking 6 69i
No trading
Greene Copper r remained stagnant at a
Saturdays quotations The only oniysales sales
were 10 shares at 29 and 50 at29 at 2S
The changes in the Traders National
Bank foreshadowed in The Times a a
few days daysabo ago Syere were made today Col
C J Rixey TV qr wes < 13 elected a director In ii
place of Walter V VRBerryand R Berry and late
was elected vice president in place of ol o
Cpl CeL WilHm Wim m A A Gordon
NEW YORK
It is Jsnot not difficult to appreciate the fact
that representatives of some of the th
strongest strong st aggregations a ggreia ions of capital in the tb
country countrY3r are behind b hlrid the present market
These Interests int rest have In mind plans ol of o
great importance to the railroad and in ¬
dustrial corporations In fnthe the United
States that require for their success success1 E
strong market for securities and for to
this reason alone It is easy to under ¬
stand why wh the bear element is so small
and unsuccessful In the conditions gov ¬
erning the t th actual worthofsecurit1es worth of securities
there is no encouragement for the ad ¬
vocates of r lower prices and andas as a con
sequence st > IUenc holders of stocks bought out ¬
right and nd on large margins see no rea ¬
son to sell ehI their possessions at current curren
figures
In many man of the active shares now hIgh
record quotations were established The
fadvanc advance however 110weerd1d did not encourage ncouragethe tht
Ideathat Idea that thestncksconcerndd the stocks concerned concern d had touch ¬
ed the Uetop top prices prl es fcr fer the current currentear year
indeed opinion was generally favorabh favo rabl
to thethetory the thctory that the upward move
meri ment t will be carried considerably further
before the big decline decHnethat thatsenerally enerallY fob
lows long periods of rising values begins be ns
Speculative Sp culat1ve reactions may be looked foi for
with increasing frequency as the marke
advances advtn es but b1t urtil tItllthcn there is some > ome note
worthy worthychange change in the th the e e position of affair affairs
affecting the investment invegtmentand and specula ¬
tive t1 situation It Is not likely Uk ciY that thn t a Hqui
elation wil be heavy enough to cause i a
widespread wlq fiPrea crumbling in quota quotations tions
LIEUTENANT LI TEM1T r M OHN U
i WRITE TO 10 PRESIDEN1 PI1E81BE
Tells Ten of Prejudice Againnst Him Be
cause causeHe He Aro3e From
Ranks
Second Lieut Albert J Mohn lohn Fourt
Cavalry who Is on trial at Jefferso
Barracks Mo and who claims to b bl 1
the Dreyfus Dre rfus of o the American army ha
committed another breach of dlsciplin
by writing a second letter to Preslder
Roosevelt complaining complah1ingof of his treatmer treatm en x
by the courtmartial board of officer
Lieutenant L < mtenant Mohn says he has bee
ostracised by West Pointers and ger 1
erally mistreated in the army as a rt re
suit of prejudice against him becaus I
he has risen from the ranks
From the th White House Mohns lf hns lette
has been sent to the Judge advocat
general of the army arm It will probabl
result in further charges of Insubord Insubordi l
nation being b lng made against him as wa c
done when whenthe the first letter was wrlttci
SENATE CONFIRMS
HITCHCOCKS APPOINTMEN
T Tl rL > Senate in executive session toda
I confirmed COrA filmed the nomination of o r Frank I
Hitchcock HftchCQ k of Massachusetts to be Fir FIrs
Assistant Postmaster General M lll t
Hitchcock will take up his duties i a
once He Is winding up his affairs n a
secretary of the inaugural committet
and has arranged matters so that 1 li h
can divide his time between the two o of
flees until General Wilson r ilson feels that 1 11 1
can an dispense with his services
METROPOLITAN CLUB GIVES
CHECK TOFIREMEI
Chief Engineer William T 1 2 Be Belt lt J <
the Fire Department has ha received rec he
check hed < for 200 from M Mi D Knight J <
the th Metropolitan Club Clu b as adonution donaUol1l 1
the Firemens Relief Association by tl tll
bojrd bOLr of governors of the club in re
ognition of the excellent services ret
derod by b the Fire Department at tl
burning of their building blli iding The 7 he 200 gi giJ
1 Is appreciated at the present time bi IJ 1
cause the treasury of the theFirornens Firemens Ri
i lief Association is In Il a greatly deplete r pJele
condition Of Oflate late atc there thorehave 3iave laveheell been
number of deaths of offiren1 firenteh l landIt undjt w
i necessary for each a4cl1 member of the asH
elation to pay pa an assessment of 250 W In 1
sides his dues The object of the Fin
mens Relief Association is tocare ft f
the theh widows oVs and orphans of Decease
members nHmb s i
AMinistbrS A IrEts Dut
r Glow ing Tribute to th thi
Sterling Worth of Dr Ag
I news Catarrhal Powder
When I know anything worthy f c
recommendation I consider 1 it my dut
to totell tell it says Rev Re James Murdock <
Hamburg Pa Dr Agnews Catarrh
t Powder has cured ured me of catarrh of ii Uv h
years Y Drs standing stan ding It Is certainly magic
in Its effect eff ct the first application ben
tiled me In five fiy e minutes >
Dr Agne A gneA X Xr r p Pills P1lLsctretheiivrrnnd iJs care tlielUvr the II r and d
1 1 tomacli lOc
1 dod by iy MOb4 MO iKi ZRUUCO RUCJ CO
4U ii i ih = h St 3t t N W V
MOTHERS WILL KEEP I < EEpUP UP
FIGHT ON ONMORMONISM MORMONISM
Continued Contn ed from First Flr t Page
I mothers In the homes We hold that a
fatners ftt ers duty Is not complied with when
he heluis has merely bought the house the
clothing CIO cotii U1 1g and the food for the family
Looks s After Poor Children Ch ldren
airs Irs Terrell a negress of this thiscl city y
said her club here busies Itself with w ith
supplying poot negro children cl ldren of the t the e
District with Vlthshoes shoes and rubbers so that
they the t may ma go go to school She Sh is the
woman who went to the Womans In ¬
ternational Congress in n Berlin last year ear
making three thre e telling speeches in the
Old World one each eac h in English Drench
and German
If vou you ou she said with wilhgreat great feeling
need this congress for instruction in
rearing children how much more do we
from whom the 1 shackles of slavery have I I
been lately taken need such informa ¬
tion to t enable us to rear our children I
properly
TIle afternoon session was then begun l
with the consideration consldera l nof of the problem I
of extending tendirg the work of the mothers I
congress For an hour the delegates made sug ¬ i
gestions on on this thi matter and Mrs Schoff
said I
This is going to be the greatest or ¬
ganization gan zationln in all the world
Dr Bristols Sermon
To Mothers Congress
A large number of delegates to the
Congress ongressof of Mothers heard last nig night t
the sermon by the Rev Prank M 1IBrls Bris ¬
I tol D D at atthe the Metropolitan lfetropolitanL M E
Church Gh U rCh on The Great G reat Mothers I others of OrHi His S ¬
I tory It
Taking as his text textW textjhePlophecy W The jhePlophecy Prophecy
That His Mother Taught Him Dr i
Bristol BrIstolsaid said
If the past p tst has any an warning for for the
present it is that the glory of a nation
and the th household of a race cannot sur ¬
vive the demoralization of the home Lfc lfe
of a people The purity purlt strength and
glory glor of any country live and grow de ¬
cline dine and die with the purity pur1t strength
and glory of its motherhood The He ¬
brew home was corrupted before the
glory of Israel departed t1ep rted
U UThe The Greek home life decayed before
I the splendor splend Or of O f Grecian n civilization Was vI as
eclipsed The Roman home of the Ro ¬
man nation lost its sanctity and virtue
before the strong foundations of the
worldruling empire gave way wa Anglo
Saxon civilization will Jive and dominate
while the th AngloSaxon ongloSaxonhearthstone hearthstone re re r ¬
mains unsullied and true to all the tra ¬
ditions of AngloSaxon < reverence for
woman and motherhood marriage arid a nd
family honor
In the shadow of every ever great man man
stands hidden from the careless observ ¬
er that great mans mother moth mother r And In
every new epoch In the history of the
world Nori drnaYbC may be f found 0 unda a great mother r giV
ing ing to her he eon s the inspiration of his life
1 Land ant mission
Would Keep Kee p th the Bible B ible
I Out of the Schools
The Increase of religious life both In
the home and the church and the conse conse ¬
quent uent lessening of the amount of crime
and degenerate living was the main
theme of a lecture given by W Y Yo o W V
Prescott In the Lafayette Square Opera Op era
House last evening before an audience
of mothers and fathers which filled the
theater to overflowing
Mr Prescott dec declared lared he was opposed oppos d
to any particular creed being Instilled
I into the mind particularly In the case
of children According ACCordlt g tq his theory tMoryit It it
1 Is better by b far fa to Instill them th m mere n crel ly
with the idea Of being good and leading
pure upright lives I es according to the ad
PROPOSALS
PROPOSALS for packing boxes boxesClerks Clerks
office House of Representatives United
States Washington VashihgtonD D C March 6 1005 1905
Sealed proposals will be received by the
Clerk of the House of Representatives
until THURSDAY MARCH 30 1905 at
12 oclock noon for the following followingpack pack ¬
ing boxes Four hundred 400 of the fol ¬
lowing size Eighteen 18 inches wide
seventeen 17 17 inches high and two 2
feet ten 10 10 Inches long outside outsidemqis meas ¬
urement Lids to be ploughed on eid e ad
516 by 1 inches and an oak strip to
be well glUed in also aso the center of oflld hd
tc be ploughed out by 1 lil Inches InL hes and anc
an oak strip to be placed plnc < d therein glued
I and fastened with lith screws to prevent
warping or splitting Boxes lobe to be made
h I Iof of first quality California redwood
thoroughly seasoned and kilndried free
n from all defects such aj a sap shakes
e knots etc and to be 44 thickness Tc
s have two 2 eight 8 inch chest hinges
and chest lock No 410 of the Eagle Cat ¬
e alogue three 3 Inch iron square sel ¬
Lt vedge solid square box screwed two 2 1
Lt secure levers doublelink doublellnkand and fine flat
bow key leeyJ Handles to be of malleable
iron same size and style as those or
n 1 sample box Each box to have eight
5 8 corner braces four and onehalf 4
P
inches each way wa securely screwed Lids
to have four 4 screws lightly fastened
e A galvanized Iron strap to bE placed
around each end of box
r Also Four hundred 400 boxes of the
e following size Fifteen 15 15 inches wide
y fifteen 15 5 inches high and two 2 feet
nine tune 9 Inches h long n outside de measure m e u
I r g ngio gio g mm 3 3u 3t t 6
ments ts Lids i to be ploughed on m me end e 5K
1 by 1 inches and an oak strip to be well l
glued in also the center of lid to b be be
ploughed out 8 by l1 1 h inches and an L
oak strip to be placed there in glued glue l
and fastened with screws 1 Ic 0 prevent
r rwarping I warping and splitting Boxes Box s to be made
of first quality 44 thickness white pine
thoroughly seasoned and kilndried free
y f from all defects such as sap shakes
L knots etc To 0 have two 2 eight I8 8 inch inch
It i chest hinges and chest lock No 410 ol
the Eagle Catalogue three 3 inch iron
square selvedge solid square box
Lt screwed two 2 secured levers double
LS 5 link and fine flat bow key Handles tt
a be of malleable iron same size and
Ie s as those on sample box Each box
f have eight 8 corner braces four am
Ie onehalf 41fJ 4V 4 ½ > inches each way
screwed Lids to have four 4
lightly fastened A galvanized iron
to C be placed laced on each ea < h end of ofI I jx x
Also Four hundred 400 br b if 1
following on > wlng size Thirteen Tiilrteen13 lhir teen 13 13 4u t < Ide de
N J nine I tJne and an l one onemlf half 0 99 inches w <
2 feet fee long lon g r outside mca nt it
f Boxes to be made m dc of first q 4
1 f white nine pine thoroughly seaao seas seasy j mi
a v I kllndned free from a ll defects SUCh a et
C sap ap shakes knots etc To be
Lo or dovetailed at corners and well glue
Lids to have two l2 2 one JJ 1 inch by tw <
lC Q an and onequarter 2U 2 l U inch battens b
screwed on top Lids to have two 2
six 6 Inch chest hinges > S also
with malleable c hest handles
w p
no IO locks l Lids ids to have four 4
ft L AXrews J lCWS lightly fastened The he above dev el
e scribed boxes bO O1 > > to be completed by b tfii
c FIRST DAY OF JULY 1S05 deliver
cl 1 mid stored in the box house at tin lh lii
t 1 eirnot cprnof of Third and B streets southwest
1S 3 I I Iand and inspected by b si competent person t tI <
0 he n if > appointed 3Ppohited by the Clerk > The right t <
e inject ij kjeet ct any and all bids Is hreby re
e I s atrved prved Each bid must be accompaniet
01 V by b n certified > > rtifled check In the sum of o tw <
1 I hundred 111 1 red dollars 200 d drawn ntn to t 0 tlfi tl
or mtJerof defier der of A McDowell Clerk of th <
= I 1 Ijouse oC 0 nppr Representatives ntutlves as a guar
aiitce atee of goiicl jo ft > faith The bids to be in
I djorsed Proposals for Packing Pacdn Boxes
Sample of the boxes may be seen or an
Viirtlier f tlher Information had by b calling caHinga a
the th office rnce of the Chief Clerk of the <
e of Representatives A bond of five hun ¬
tired c dollars 511 500 will be required requirl d
the faithful fititit tiii performance > rrormance of the con
tract A McDOWELL Clerk C L LIk Ik Houfe 14ii > <
r of Representatives United States Btat1 s
f mhG13 mhG132027 Oi 27
I
f POSTPONEMENT of o f sale sne of lots on Ho
I Springs SprlngJlJCservalin reservation Hot Snripgs Springs Ark
al
Ie i March n El 1 1305 Pursuant to inatruet l iiiittructjon qn
ai j from the h SeeretarJ Secretur of the Interior In np 0
e tiro Is hereby h r by given sln n that the sale salt c
J < GovcrnniPnt Gov rnm1t lots on Hot Springs Springsrj r rdte Siefi lt
vatlcn atlcll at Hot Springs Ark Arkadver adver adveris tise
to t take lIte place March tarchl 21 i 1903 is indafliiite Ind I1nlte
ly 13 postponed Harry H Moyors regls
tom John B Bush receiver Approved l
E A A IUTCHCOCK JIJT c rnCOCK Secretary
mhl31S171920
vice and instructions of the th Bible and
the Ten Commandments
Pronounced religious principles s de ¬
clared the speaker would surely lead to
a union o f the church and the state stat
and this he declared to be disastrous to
both institutions In his hi lecture he llere re ¬
ferred to the themecttn meeting of o the general
conference of clergymen and laymen aymen
representing the various churches an and d
doctrines which whichwH will be held next Wed
ne reday day for the purpose p rpqseof of hearing earIngth the
report of the subcommittee s bcommitteeof pf Of fifteen frtee
which for some time has been b enconsider consider ¬
lug the advisability of the r religious Ugioused ed ¬
ucational plan and of which he Is a r
member
Mr Prescott declared privately privatclyth that t
he with the representative of the theR He ¬
brew denomination dissented disse nted from the
repor report t of the thQ committee claiming 1 that
no fixed plan could c OUld Tje besettle settled d on for the tl
religious education of ofc children i1dren i iI
According to his Idea this could be
accomplished only by O y religious reUgiousand and ant
moral influences never by byslmple simple teach ¬
ing We Ve are considering salt said sah he h hn a ii
living issue of the greatest importance
to every American Americ n citizen We Ve are not
discussing mere mereacaclcmlc academ academic ic theories
iThe The speaker sr > eaker deplored the increase Increaseo of 01
lawlessness Iawle ssness and an d crime crImeandd and declared eclaredthe the
one remedy to be the Ten Command ¬
ments These however he held could
not be enforced by the law lawof of the state st te
The state and aii the th church ho considered
two separate Institutions and used the
Bible as as his authority auth rity for the separa ¬
tion
COMMERCE DEPARTMENT
WILL HAVE NEW FLAG FLt l G
The Department of Commerce and
Labor Is to have its own ownfing flag It is the
only department departmentnoV now without wit 9ut one
Various heads of tdlvlsionsand divisions and experts
from the War Department DepartmentcIled called upon
Assistant ASJ stant Secretary Murray this morn ¬
ing and submitted submHt d to him a number of 01
designs The one that thatsecms seems to to meet
with the most favor is Isblllc blue bearing the
arms of tha department the national nation l
bird and three tnr e horizontal 1ig izon alsfri stripes two t tw p
red redand and c cna 1111 no white
FINANCIAL FI iANCIAL
J
Bargains Bal i gains in Homes
We have some really real y delightful
homes ho homesin mesin in the city cit and an 11n < In the near
suburbs suburbsthat that we can offer o1lcr offerfor for forsale sale
o on n neasy easy monthly payments pa m ntS at prices r ces
that Would fee decided bargains for
cash You ought not nottnissthlschance miss this chance
to become an owner ownCrY04 ownCrY04d r yotjd r d scarcely
feel fe lthe the outlay outl Homes too in every
section se tion to meet nearly every want
SvvartzeH Rheern
tiensey fIenseyCo Co
Vl > WARNER ARNERBUILD BUILDING NG
916 F STREET NORTHWEST
I
I T N Nt the he renting and management mana gem en t
i I INt I Iof of property we stand between b btwee twecn
I tenant and owner own er with a per ¬
I feet fectknowledge knowledge of the needs ne ds dsand and
wishes of each and the result is
I
good service satisfactory to the
I I tenant profitable to the owner
If you want W nt to rent your our
I house quic Quickly kly to desir ¬
i able ablesatIsfied a ble satisfied tenants
cOnsult c sult us
I THE THEF R F H S1UTHCO SMITH CO
Real Estate EstaleL Loans Investments In
aurancs G
1408 1408NewYork New York Ave Bond Bldg
j
A A CAPITAL of 500000
t tl l and a surplus of S100 100
000 four months after
I opening indicate the strength J
stability and character of this
institution Ii
Deposits t 171599682 l lJ J
COMMERCIAL
NATIONAL BANK
I Cor 14th and Q Sts N W Y
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Is valuable Why Yhy not save It when yoi you
are seeking property for home or orinvest invest ¬
> ment I have on my books bQoI > for sale t a
large number of excellent cxc ll mt properties
i quoted at the lowest prices and will
r more than likely Uk IY be 1 e able to find just
I what you want thus saving you ou trouble
and inconvenience tneonv > uience of hunting around tc to
find what you ou want
JOSEPH I l WELLER ELLER
i Realty Brokezv Broker
602 F Street N W V
1
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THE WASHINGTON LOAN
AND TRUST COMPANY COMA Y
t
OFFICE COR Jill AND AN > F 1 STS
PAIDUP CAPITAL CAPITAL ONE SULiaON 1 >
Loans In any amount made on ap a
proved r real l estate or collateral at rea
tl
= b
eonable e el rates l t te3 e3
l Interest paid upon deposits on monthlj morlthi
balances subject to check c heck
o This company cOIII an acts as executor ad
o mlniBcraior trustee agent tenttreasurer treasurer
I registrar and In all other Uduciary ca
d pacifies
Boxes for rent In burglar and
e vaults tor safa Sat 5U3 deposit and an storage o
C valuable packages
JOHN JOY EDSON7 EDSON PresIUen
JOHN JoH A SWOPE SWOPEVice Vice Preslden
ELLIS SPEAK SPEAHSeco Second 1ul VIc VIce Prealden
y ANDREW PARKEn Treasure
t UAliltV G JsEEMAsslstant liEBM Assistant Treasure T1e
THOMAS 1l0MAS BnADLEYReal Estate
r JEAL iEA EA L 1 ESTATE DEPARTMENT DEp RTrENT
Js prepared rep red to o assume 1ilume the tli management o
e e 3 your oU1 > our real state tatO Careful attention give glv
to o all derails
t 7 I Home Building Association
LOANS LO4NS ON 0 REAL REA 4 ESTATE
i ON O EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS J AY1 > 1ENT3
if It t win accommodate a < you QU for pz building bUUdln g huy
f fngr or Improving a home or for investmen ines fn
m mtmd ana nee n need fd d Money nfOnl Call on the undersignsa undersicn d to
< Iniroriiaation and taking stock Application Applicllt on
for 16an loana from ajpuaia a 11l11 eolicitea
CEO GEOW W LINKINS LIXI I S War w r IL U VTSTZEL WETZEL
I Prts SOO 19th st nw my Sec 2135 H st mv
A A S TAYTLOH TAYLORE E S WESCOTT
Vjpfes VPieaU05 1105 F Fa ii aw Trcaa 1807Paavun 11107
m
FINANCIAL
EQUITABLE
COOPERATIVE CO b OPF3RATIVE
BUILDING
A ASSOCIATION I
1
Those who contemplat building bulldln or the h
purchase of a property pr or have mortgages to
pay off and need money should ascertain the
terms upon which loans can be obtained from
this association
L Lns 1 are made repayable In
4 ns C x monthly monlhJYlnstal1ments installments In ¬
terest terestC 6 per percent cent per perannuinSeUlO annum Settle
meet In full or In part may be made
any time t1meInter Interest st is charged chargedtodate to date
of o t tcttIement settlement When part partot of a loan Is i
seWed 6et e d the monthly Jnatallmnta Inltallm l1ta are
reduced proportionately Information
concerning the advantages terms how
to proceed etc can be obtained obta1nedupOD upon
4 Application at the office
EQUITABLE EQJ JABLE BUILDING 1003 P at at nW
JOHN JOH tJO < JOY EDSON EDSbNPresldent EDS N President
ELLIS SPEAR spEAR Vice VicePrC3 Pres ident
CEO GEOWCASILEAR W CASILBAR 25 d Vice VicePresident President
FRANK P PEESEDE Secretary
Interest Allowed on DEPOSITS
received front Treasurers Trustees rusteez
Guardians Guardi nIJ also on deposits devo ita ot funds
awaiting Investment
Directors PlrectorsG DirectorsGeorge George orge H 1L Harries I 10 CL
Kimball Wilton J TLambert Lambert A A M MLo Lo
throp thro Theo W Nwes J H H Ralston
John ohn B Sleman Slemanjr Jr F H Ii Smith E
Quincy Smith SmithE B N Waters S SW W
Woodward W9odwardl 1 opens ovenaa a savinsa account
UNION SAVINGS BANK
BOND BONPBLDj BLDQ 14tbStl1ndNYAv i4tIiStandNY 14th St and NY Av
I
Aetna AetnaBanking ankng ankngc c c
Trust Company
J222 1 22F F street S1r a Northwa3
v Foreign Fo eign Exchange and Foreign
and alJ ai Domestic Money Orders Or ders
Savings Deposits 4 per percent cent
compounded quarterly
Time and anc demand dema nd certificates
Special S peci department for ladies
BANKING BY MAIL MAIL
LETTERS OF CREDIT ISSUED
Exchanges bought and sold
Drafts issued direct on principal
cities c1tiesof of the world
Money transmitted by cable
Investments In and collections made
Stc Stocks ks and bends bought and sold
tzr S Special peclal Department for fo r rLadies Ladies
h NA NATIONAl AL
tr l GS BANK i
PA AVE OPP U S TREASURY REASURY
I I
I
who work hard for a livelihood TVG ad ¬
vise economy and carefulness Every
week you should lay up a little for
future needs and place a dollar or two
In our savings department The dollars
there deposited have a a sure earning
power that depends In no way there ¬
after upon your personal exertions Why
not put asmall a small sum to work today and
let it earn for you Interest compounded d
semiannually
The National Safe Deposit 5
Savings and Trust Co
Capital and Profits 1250000
Deposits over 5400000
NEW EWYORK YORK AVE AD ISta ST
THE OFFICE
OF EXECUTOR
I or Trustee Tru stee under wills is accepted bv by
I II this company Consultation invited
with trust officers
fPAsk 3Ask Ask for free booklet on wills wil1g
I UNION TRUST CO
I I 1414 F Street N W V
G r REAT EAT OAKS OAKsFROn FROfl I I
LITTLE LITTL ACO ACONS < NS GROW
I i
A small amount of money mone depos ¬ I I
ited in our SAVINGS DEPART ¬ II
RENT l1E Tand and followed up Ul > each week I
I Iwill ni will ll in a comparatively short
time grow Into an amount suffi i
tvlent to buy nuy a homo or start startyoul your
son In business
gS National Bank security securit p and in ¬ I
terest on your monthly balances
are among the inducements we weof of ¬ i
fer n 1 opens an account
T THE T I HE IE NATIONAL 1 1r TRADERS r 1 1o o tf tfJANK BANK I I
Cor 10th 10thelE elE < Pa Ave
I
I GEO C HENNING Ir N1NG President I
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STOCKS
1 mm Jn 1 roslllon to t n iecut orders oN l i is
6wck St ck frl1nand CItam ratn and Cotton on easy a y margin
SsrvJce S lce excellent In communication communlc Uon wit wl
New TorU orlelbon Te Jcshon Main liZ ll ICntuulUod l
ilgut yeai yeats tal 1
I Margin i Per Genr
t KO 1 0 INTEREST l IEREST CHARGEs
R LPP3P3 LAPP
r
529 7th St N W Cor F
r 1 l V7E E solicit S oIl Ci t your > our account Rc ount with W ith a
tie W I full knowledge that the ser
vv vice and facilities fncI11tleswe we offer
will willmcrtonr meet Ineft your every ever t re ¬
I quirement j
If its sv t savings account aC < unt well pay
3 per 1 etcentlntcrc cent interest > t on it
I
We Vc make loans on commercial
r paper and offer O ffer depositors d C pos ito rs every
J courtesy in this line possible
1 MERCHANTS i JIEOaAmCS
SAVINGS SA VINaS BANK AXIC 707 G Street
FINANCIAL
I
Persistent saving is the only
sure road to filial fi al success successv v
Make lt lake up your mind to layaside lay ide
if a part of your earnings every
I week
I IHOME HOME HOIIESAVJNGS SAVINGS SA VINGSBANK BANK
7th and Mass Ave
I Deposits more than a ami11ion million
I dollars
I
ER Chapman C Co
Members N Y Stock Exchanf Excbane e
1301 130 IF F Street tr tN NW v
Q BOWIE CHlPMANMp CIIIPMAN Mr
Member Wash Stock Exchange
r tT H
MONEY LOANED
at lowest rates of
interest on all listed
securities
W B BHibbsC 5 Hibbs Co Cor r
1419 F St StNW NW N W
I New New Yor Yo York rk k stock Exchange
lJembers < Washington washfngtonSlock Stock Exchange
Chicago Chica Board ot 7ra4 Trade
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Money to Loan I > oan 4 44 and an d 5 Pe Pox e Cent
I
On real estate fpDIstr1ct In District of Columbia Ni Jfa Q
delay In closing loans loars
HEISKELL McLEHAK McLER N xooS xoo3P 008 F St St
C
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I I Retirenn Retirement nt t
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I Sale I I
j i iStumph Stumph Stuoiph Lyford i G
I t 631 to 639 Massachusetts
t Avenue I i 1
I II
Ceres Flour Fiourmak males more mor tread ad mike
whiter bread Makes better b tter bread than
any anyothe other Flour manufactured Beware
of imitations of the brand Ceres
FOR SALE BY ALL GROCERS GR9CERS
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n i r r SPECIALIST
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U LflflU5O9I2thSI III 50912tlisi 509 12thSt
09 ViA Successful Succ s9f d
23 YEARC
43 Ge TiiAK I 101 practice In
Ihe Cure of Chronlo Nerv ¬
ous OUSt t and Special SpectaiDISSaS3SJ Diseases
of otNten Men and Women
I
Means n Health t to You If You Suffer
From Catarrh Obesity b tY Rheumatism e Con CoastS V
cation Piles l Throat ef f l Lung une Brain Heart
filood M Plood O and 4 Skin n Diseases e Nervous and d Waat
ins in DebIlity D ebllIQ Kidney Diseases D seas ee Bladder B lad d er Tree ¬
I IM bles Discharges Stricture Varicocels Varicocel Spe 5p ¬
cilia Blood Polsonlny pOl5onlDJrErupUous Eruptions Ulcers J4 n ne < 5
aU Private Diseases cured for U Uflt US by oy y safe
methods i
GES tES LOW mCLUDINCS DIZ IcalU
CONSULTATION FRSB FREE
Private Waiting Rooms Roomsfor for Ladles
OFFICE HOURS
JC to 1 1 2 to 6 Sundays 10 to 13 12
I 509 TWELFTH TVELFTHST ST N W
7g Old Remedy Remedy1iie1o New Form
Ii i N SEVER CE JtSOIVS TO TO UL 1L
I I7g k8 lrtrr Ikrrants nt s Etr Extract ictOf of 011 Cabebs beba and
I > Copiiibs in In
Ii I CAPSULES S U L E S
l loateCasqicllIndtharougl1cmofot he1iItcku oateCasqicllIndtharougl1cmofot ttelffi quick and zsudtJworzghcuro Utorough euro foi ±
1 at7i f 5Jgonormnoc3 sonorr rhooa hoe l 5Oi fe lcot l C ltw whites h 1t seto etc Ear E I
56ux to take ta ke e conTen conveuoat iont to carry Fifty FiIt
frtnj W Wsuccessful 10 0 yoars successful nSO Pri Price e1 1 d
51as druggists ists or by mail from The
Tarrast n = Co lot4Haison m Hudson = stI SWNewYor StNcw < wyo Yok k
il l RHEUMATISM
Failure FanU to relieve and to tocur cure e is simply im
II Dossible if you will give
SEKTASDS US2C SOLVENT
I Ia a fair trial All druggists Prepared by
BR NICHOLSON General Practitioner 1301
I II Ilatnw Bt nw fe2330t
I IPROF PROF PARSONS PASO
SPECIALIST lion Ita fitted up his oglco Jn Jntha th the
Washington Vl1s111r VoahiriE gton ton Loan I 4 0an and Trust Suildln 2uUdIng and
will treat disease scaslI and Ilullcaue cause of disease by
science of Natural Law ROOMS noo 30130A 911J
Consultation tree teH felllIt E
WTB w V T ALDUS BALDUS M B Ph PhD B
GERMAN SPECIALIST
On Mental Nervous Kidney Kldne and aU
Private Diseases Chronic and Acute A ute
Doctors strvico and medicine not over ovO r
82 Consultation free Tel ilain 2516
s E Cor GtU 6tiland and F sts uw Hours 10
I to 1 4 4to9 to 9
D DL 3 F Fig HSi ELGIN W 3
Expert xpert In tbo tt reatxneflt auneut Utlent ot private prlotedisei1n diseases
cnrotnc aiit sad lIt acute aCut Both li tn 5exe I aer ce ee Alt consulta cOn ulta
uons conridectial Medicine culclnu furnished IjrJce pr1cel
moaerate Hours 9 to > 1 3 to 6 ti 1 T i to 3 t Rooms It oms
12SU l Psnasylvauia J nnshl1ula ave v uw u > Poem M ISli
o lft1Stt mlSt istf I
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I I THKAT ilEN 1E ONLY Q LY S3 years
I practice pr3c tic Blood siaa lUn bladder stricture
I nervous specUl speci and private diseases
I cured eurs c red d iiomptly 01I1PU CondultaUou un uUauou iree ree 603 t tL
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