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THE WASHINGTON WASHINGTONTIMES i TIMES SATURDAY SATURDt ty HAY 27 7 1905 190 iq 5
I IINTHE INTHE IN THE WORLD OF OFFliVANCE FINANCE I
Y TONE NEOFMARKET OF ARKET
IS INDIFFERENT
Opening OD qin g gYas Was Yas Quiet Qui et and
Lower
I
RALLIES NEAR THE CLOSE
i Faiily FaiI FaiIyHeavy yHeavy Heavy Transactions in in Chicago Ch cago
Burlington and Quincy
Joint f Fours I IJoint
I
NEW STORK May 27 27The The stock mar ¬
ket ct opened quiet and lower Unite d I
States Stat StatesSteel Steel pr preferred e erred was oft i Met ¬
ropolitan Securities Southern Pacific
lost cst Mr 1 A Copper o Erie and Steel common
fell SlossSheffield advanced adyanc d 94 3 and I Ifell
Northern Pacific P cific M The general gen ral list
ruled 4 lower
In the bond crowd there were fairly faill
heavy neavy eaT transactions in Chicago Bur ¬
lington and Quincy joint 4s 4 at slightly
higher fractions
The general tone of the market was W as
I I
rather T ther Indifferent but near the close
there were sharp rallies in Western
Union nion Canadian Pacific and Green Bay
issues dm ssues
WASHINGTON STOCK MARKET
Sales SaleSWashlngton Washington Street Railway 4s
S3000l OOOJl l 1 OOGiO1 < X g91 91 1OOOS91 riOOQgOl 2OOi91
5500591 oou91
Anacostia and Potomac 5s 1000W 1000
104 ½ l000104i 1OOOjlO44 A
Washington Street Railway preferred
50S1 5 5O901h 5oquJo < Mi80 ½ 10S91 oO904 5Ojj9O 509ft 5O9 50 I
tjlil < 91 50S91 5 91 5ft91 5 m r I I
Washington Loan Trust 10214 1G 214 10 I
< 0212 fl21 2l2 1f lOg212 10 212
Commercial 20171
Riggs Fire 1008 100S 100
Commercial lOOgS l00 6
Washington Gas Ga s2561 2561J 2561W
Mergenthaler lIergeI1t 1filer rights I 19 1i < g9 49 7 79 < g9 4
9 10ii loo 10 IG 1019 il9 < 39
Lanston ranstonlO15 1015 ½
It After AftercalllIergen call callMergenthaler Mergen thaler Rights Rlghts21J9 29 1
Washinston Yasb 1gton Street Railway 4s 4s4OOO 1000 I
JSQTs 9o ooTh I JlOQOtj96 nJiJ01j s
Lanston Lanstonl00r anstoni0CYl5 1004S15 5 buyers I ILanstonl00r
Washington Railway Raiiwa 4s 4sS2V1 S200frg90 90i
51000903i lOOOOO 20090 Sl00090 10009 S2OOQ 2O00P > >
S034 9 99 t 3OOO 3000090 9O 1000090 l000 l00oI0 OO w
Washington Street Rallwa Railway common
50tJ36s 50Z26 S68 50Q36
GOVERNMENT GOYER MENT BONDS
Bid Aske k
tS rs iots lot loisi IO io1l I
U S Vs 15 10t 1014 = i 1C5S 15 O
U I SS8 S S 3s 103 39 HHW HH 10 j
f S 3s 3 I 103i 103 30iJi O oi j
t U S 54s 4a 4s 191K HH 1U H i5 5
U S 4s 4 IiI i 101 105 I
V 1 S So Va s 13 l1 lj Ja 122H 1 J4
U U S 4s s UU U IJ 1 WA j s
1 D > C CS6Ss 365s U llS
Pull Land 5a a U7H 7 l
RAILROAD BONDS
Cepital Traction Tr cUon R rR R 4s lOSJs lOS 2 112
Met R R R PS IUW 2U u I IMet
Met R R R 5s 5 cenlndebt A 102
Met et R Rcert R cert nd n ndbt bc t B 10J
Columbia R R R 6 6s a 117 220
Columbia R R R bs JOiH 1O >
Uty LitymdSub and Sub R R R Rl > 5a 5 s 1035 IO i
Atacostiai AaCOsU PatonviCSs P Potontics101 tOIDJcfjs 10i3a lOt 105X 1C5
The he Wash Vr Vrr r 33h Hy ASlec Elec Jo o 4a 4 902S g 91
MISCELLANEOUS BONDS BO > D3
Wash S ft3h Gas Co 6s 6SI I SerA Ser A A lOt f
Wash neh Gas Co a Ser er B lOtS i0t
Vash Gas Ga Cert < 119H 119 120S
j DL uiB UeEIeei S Eiec EI Lt Deb Imp 6s s 103
U S Elec Lt Lt Cert led Gs o t03 E l
Crea Cre Pot Tel rd 5s l07 IOns 1CSJ4 18
Wa Wash h Market Co 1st Ce C 5 log <
Totomac JotomaeElectrlc Hlectrtc 1ectr1c 11 a 107J4 lOl io1i 1X8J4 1cs
SAFE DEPOSIT AND TRUST STOCKS
Nat Safe Deposit Trust t ISO 190 90 t
AVnsh Vnh Loan Trust Trust 211 2i2Ji 2J2
Am Security Trust 251 5 SSO is
With W eh Saf Sate OaposiU 40
Union Trust and Storage liSS 15 i21J
Wash WabSavingsflan Savings Bank 1U I U 315 15
Ucme Savings Bank 20
RAILROVD > STOCKS STO < K
Capital Traction Co US 112JHS it us5 l45f
The Waah Ry Elec Elcc Co pi 91 i9l c gl > <
51 Jlhe he Wash Wash Ry Elec Co com 26fi 383 36L
S < t T NATIONAL NATIO A BANK A1iK STOCKS
vll 3u1co nnkVl kl Yashlngto TVasbInffto1 437 37
MetropolltanCltlsoiw NetropoU nClt1zcIl f 333 sa > g g
Central n 32
Fcrmers Flrmersand1echanlcs Frmersand and Mechanics 3QJ 3 OJ
Beccnt l 155 170 l O
Commercial 170H 172
Columbia 3SJ 9J
Capital 175
American Amtrl m r1 an n IOJ 19 2fO <
Traders 183 20U 200
Lincoln 1 113 13 < 3 1S5
Riggs > 650 703
INSURANCE STOCKS
Firemens 24
Franklin 48 i
Metropolitan 3j 8 fz 2 2
Corcoran 6 6i <
fotomac SOA 20
iAll1ngto Arlingtomr Il ws 39Ji 9l4 22
CrrmanAm aCnna OrnaznF1ELo Am Vrn ican 230
National IIUn at1ensJ 1 UniouV Unt i71j 7 8 i
Columbia i 10 On 11M m
Rlegs 85i 83i 8 83
Peoples II 6S 6
Commercial 5J 5 j I
Colonial i i 100 10
1
TITLE TIT E INSURANCE STOCKS
Reel E EJtat tat Title 75 jo 0
Columbia Title 34 3J w 4 > I IColumbla
Wnshinston I 5hlnston Title a
TELEPHONE AND GRAPHOPHONB
STOCKS
Chtsa ChtEaeak ht a ak Potomoo Potom 33
< > m
Am Graphophone Grapho jltone h ne comi com 5 b i
Am Graphophon Cpliophozitfd r pfd s3 9
c j ji GAS G S CTOCKS
XVaEhlngt n ah1ngt hlnGaS SrCas Gas I eji 61 L cii cis 3
Oeoreetown tl crtetown Gas C8 ci
TYPE MACHINE STOCKS
Wergenthaler Linotype 103 19 I9sX l9i
tanston anston Monotype 151 15 4 J5j J5
Mergenthaler rights 8k a i
lIISJEiLLANEOUS US 4LL NEOUS STOCKS
Greene Con Copper C Copper opper Co 23 ziU Hi 4
Wns Vns hlnEtonJarJiet blngton aI Lrkt 18 J
Nor or fc Wash Steamboat 275 320
Realty RealtyppraIl Appraised < edAJency4 Aeency gcncy z 2 > 37 1
Ex dividend
COURT AFFIRMS AWARD
FOR FOURTEENTH STREET
I After overruling ov oveIulingthe rl11 ng the objections objectlons pf Miss I I S
Isabel H Lenman to the verdict of the
jury ui2r in the I1atcr jnatcr matter of the extension of o
t Fourteenth Four eenth str r 4et et Justice Gould Gouldsigned signed 1
an order crderafi1rmlng afflrminsr a the award and finding
I
of the jurors
The question came up in connection
irlth It the condemnation of certain land
Alontr long Fourteenth street between Ly
aecker avenue and Piney Branch Bra Brau h road
There are eighteen parcels of land land19 p be t
taken for the purpose Miss Lenman I
was the only land owner who filed ex S
r cept1ons entions to tth the finding findlngofthe of the jury
Child Drinks Gasolene
When When Iataria Rozelli twenty months
old was left alone in tne kitchen gl r her S
Wonders court Sputh ¬
parents arents home 47 south
yesterday csterdaY afternoon she got got hold
west
of a bottle of gasolene and drank part
a
Her mother returned tu1ned
t the contents n
vi Ei f the
afterward rd and
to the room shortly afterwardand afterw
f fnnn d the child unconscious
o
The eempty empty bottlo lying Ing by her side
and strong odor of gasolene told the
An ambulance c was summoned
Htnrv
an and 8tory etor d the t1i 1 child c f1d was W Jkcn taken to the Km Emfl r
gency Hospital Physicians entertain
I hopes for recovery reCOVel
Brookland Want Ad Branch
Want advertisements for the Evening
and Sunday Times will be received at
office rates at Arthur H F
tegulal SUlar
erS S Pharmacy BrooWanfl n I C C
I T11erssens er erens ens
e
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
I
Reported R Reported by b TV SVBBibb5 B Hlbbs Co 1419 F
Street Str et Menbers New ew York Stock Exchange Exch nJe
Chicago Hoard or e Trade and Washington Washln ton
g tS S i t
Stock i och Ksflansel t e
Open Hlch Txtw Jo Cios Cin In
Amal Copper CJ Pl pper cr 79Vi 79 78M 78 79
Amer Car Fdy Fd 33 33 33 33 1
Am Car Fdy Fdy pfdP7 pfd P Pi I 97 Y 97 9ii Sf7 U UI I 2
Amer mer Locomotive 4G 4ti1h 4iP 4 4G tG 4GU 4G ti1A lli o A i 1
Amer mer Loco pfd liO > i 110H 110 110 110 1108
American Amclc m Smelting 1i9 ½ 109 109i 1G9 lllt9s 119
Amer mr Smelt Smcl t pfd pfd118 US 118 118 118
American Sugar 132 2 132 181 l3Wj 131 s
Atch Ton S Fe 79 79 79l 91M 78 79 7Hi 7
i A T S S Fe pfd pfd101 101 101 101 101 01
Baltimore Blltimore < Sr Ohio 107 107 107 107 iI
Brooklyn R R T 5S 58 53 5S1f 5S S
Canadian Pacific 144 14 145i 145 14 144 14a 1454
Chesapeake Ohio 47 47 47 474l 474l47i 47 47i 47 ½
Chicago M St P Pl71 171 172 17 ½ 171 172 1i2If ½ i
Colorado Fuel I 40 40 4040 40 ½ 40 40Y
Erie common 40 40 Q 39 1 39
Erie 1st pfd 77H 771 11 77 ½ 774 77 tI 77 If
Illinois Central S 159 159 159 159
Kan City Southern 24 ½ 25xi 25 24 ½ 25V4 25
Nan l an City South pf pf56 56 56 567 56 56
Louisville L Nash Nash142 142 ½ 142 14211 ½ 142 14211 ½ 142 1421h
Manhattan Ele Ele162 162 163 J62Hi 162 J 162
I Met Sees Co 75 75 75 75
Met SU St R n R R115 115 115 115 115
Mo Kn X = Tx com 25 25 25 2525 25
Missouri Pacific 96 961h 96 961h ½ 96 964 96 9 1h ½
Northern Pacific 181 18Hi 183 ½ 181 18 1S3 ½
Mexican Central 19 19 19 1901 19 19
National ational Lead 44 44 444 44 44 4414
N Y Central CentralH Centrall1 H 139 ½ 139 139 139h 139 13
N Y On West 52 52 51 51
Norfolk Western 78 79 78 7SY ½ 79
Pacific Mail Sship 35 351h351h35Y 35 ½ 35 ½ 35
Pennsylvania Penns lvania R R Rl33 133 133 133t 133 133 1
Peoples Gas Gas100 100 100 1 100 100 100 ½
Reading S9 81f 89 ½ 88 SB1 89
Rep Steel Iron 17 17 17 17
j Rep Steel Iron pf pL 71 71 71 71 7H 7HI ½ I i
Rock Island com 2 6 26 261A 26 6 26 261i
Rock Island pf h 72 72 72 72
IRubher Rubber Goods 34 34 34 34
Southern f Pacific 61 61 11S C094 60 61
Southern e Railway 28 28 4 2S 28
i Southern Railway pf 95 95If 95 95 ½ 95 95Y
Tenn Coal Iron I on 74 75 74 75
Texas < Pacific 32 32 31 3114 31 3194
Union Pacific PacificflS 119111L 119 119 119 119 U9
U S Rubber SS 38 38 38
U S Steel 26 26 26 2 25 26
ill U S Steel pf pf92Y1 92 93 92 93
VaCaro Chemical 32 321i 32 32 32 327
Western Union 92 92h 92 92 92 921j
COTTON PRICES HAVE
DROOPING TENDENCY
NEW YORK May Ma 27 27Cofton Cotton opened
quiet and firm 1 to 7 points higher
Weekend realizing realizing supplemented by b
more or less 1 bear pressure modified the
effect of bullish cab1efr cables from Liverpool
and unfavorable unfa orable weather7 W a eather ti1 frnthe in the South Sout
on the t e early market t6da today OdaM J After the
call a l prices P riCeSrl riCeSrlSPla displayed lispla3 SPla ed fa a d ippplng o oc c Pln < gt tendency ndency
nvttie in n tile l1e absence of any an notable support I I
Big operators operatorsapoemed apneared unwilling to
trade tradee extensively te nSlvc ly for the moment m omen t while
room traders tra4ers were restrained by uncer ¬ 1
tainty Sunda as to the weather conditions over
NEW YORK COTTON MARKET
Open High Low Close
July S07 817 17 805 815
August 805 815 805 812
September Septcm 1er 807 815 80S 815
Octobor I u S10 S24 810 10 S21
December J 821 833 821 830 83 30 t
CHICAGO CHIC GO GRAIN GRAI MAJSSET iiKET
CHICAGO CAGO May 27 27The The following fOllowln k
prices prlc were quoted on todays today exchange eXcha
Wheat Open High HI gh h Low Close
July 911 91 4 91 91k so 901h i 90V4 90
Sept S S3Y 83 3 S3 83 83
Lorn r n
July uly 49 19 49 48 45 4SI
Sept se Pt 4S 811 4S 4811 47 48 4S1h
Oats S
July so 3Oy soli 5 so 30y soy 3 1
Sept 2S 28 284 28 2S 4 28 2s
Pork or c
July 1245 1245 12 45 1240 1242
Sept s pt 1270 127 1270 70 1265 1267 12 6J
July J0i Litrd r 7 25 k 723 7 25 722 1 722
Sept s fbi rVi 742 42 745 740 745
Hjbs fbs >
JJ1IY July I 722 725 25 720 720 I
Sei Se bept > > t 745 45 745 745 745
IWE WEEKLY wEEKLy KLY STATEMENT STATEM ENT
OF NEW YORK BANKS
NEW NJ3VYORK YORKMay YOR1 May 27 27The The weekly S
statement statementof of the associated associatedbanks banks issued l i
today t daysho shows ws the following changes
Reserve on all deposits increase incr aSe ase
3245S 2245825 reserve on ond deposits pos osits fts other ther than tha n
United States increase 3146275 3146275 loans
decrease 9 9423405 942340Q 4224OQ specie decrease
551400 legal tenders increase 1291600
deposits United States deposits included
decrease 100225001 1002250 circulation increase e
S527100 j27 100 total loans oans Slil1w3i400 lin 3KH
Tne banks now hold in excess of legal l
requirements 11485800 against 29 29892320 892320 I
last year ear and 9645150 two years ago
BOSS PAINTERS ORDER OE
A GENERAL LOCKOUT
Union Vo Votes es Down Proposition Pro position to End En l j
Strike and Work Work Is Sum j
marily m rily Stopped
At 0 5t t a meeting of the Painters Union I
last J st st 7 night nighbthe the proposition submitted by
the th masters was votecKdownIand votedd wn and as a o
result t ttsult tsult a general lockout loc ko ut hasbeen ha6 bcen de
C1 dared red iN i W l
The The proposition submitted sU sUhl51tted hl51tted the jour ¬
neymen by their bosses demanded that
tho local union withdraw its affiliation
with the paperhangers and decorators
and that they arbitrate their differences
with the masters alone and not in joint
operation with the paperhangers and an I Ioperation
decorators This the painters refused to t I
do and the masters declared a lockout
The I e painters at work on the dome of ot I 1
the Capitol were notified at 8 oclock t
this morning of the action of the bosses
which resulted resu lted In the work on that tha t
building being tied up indefinitely
The painters claim they the have exerted
every resource in their power to avert aver
this thislockout lockout and are anxious and will ¬
ing to go to work again a aIn on in the same sam
wage scalar scal scaleas as they havebeen hav havets l1cch beea paid here ¬
tofore pending a conference with their thel
bosses in the settlement of the wage I
scale they su submItted bmitted some time ago
Eight Are Arrested I
Early this Afternoon eight painters S I
were arrested by police of the First Pirstj Firs t twere tj j
precinct station for disorderly conduct
but the arrest was not connected with witl Ith ti
the lockout l
For some s some me time there have been com comI I
plaints of the painters paint IS obstructing the Ui e
sidewalk in front of and near their thel t r
meeting hall on EJ street between Elev ¬
enth and Twelfth streets northwest I
This mornnig the offense was again
committed and the police arrested Wil VU ¬
Ham A Peland William G Hall Or ¬
lando Nelson William A A Thompson I
Harry Thompson George Gray Jacob Jaco b
Ash and William D Caldwell
Policeman Po liceman Puts Out Fire
Policeman Po fceman Strobel of f the Seventh pre ¬
cinct cinct prevented a se ser rious ious fire In the th e I
home of Mrs James Dunn 3142 M street t
northwest last night A lamp exploded d 1
there about S oclock and the oil was wa s
thrown all over the carpet and furni ¬
ture In the room
Attracted to the house by b the noise nois e
made by the lamp and the screams of o f
the Inmates Strobel rushed in and am l
singlehanded put out the thellames 1 flames with a 1 1
bucket of watecfand by bystampmg stamping on the th e
arnpL
5
NEWS r AND GOSSIP
OF THE THESTOCK STOCK MARKET
WASHINGTON
Trading in the local market today
was 1 almost exclusively In Washington
Railway 1 Issues and a nd Mergentha llergenthaler ler
rights
Washington Ra Rt Bdlway ilway lway 4s sold at 91 for
1 9000 000 500 500 sold at 91 and 12000 after
call C c all at 90 9o and 9 91 The closing flgur gs
were 90 bid and 91 asked a drop of ½ I
point I from yesterday esterdl The preferred pr eferred
stock s lost 1 ll 4 on moderate selling
The prices ranged from 80 901 to 91 at
which Wil iCh figures 3GO shares 3re re traded
in n and closed at 91 bid and 91 asked
The common was firm at 36 bid and
36i 36 3 6 asked but the only onl r sale was an
option after the call all at 3G on 100
shares f s
Thirty shares of Washington Loan
and Trust sold at 214 212 and 212
respectively and the closing figures
were 211 bid and 212 wanted
The bid on Central National Bank
was advanced adY2nced20 20 points to 320 and
twenty 1 siares shares of Commercial Commer Cial National j
sold s old at 171
Two hundred shares shan s Riggs Fire In ¬
surance f sold at S and 100 Commer ¬
cial c lal Fire at 5
Washington Wr T Gas was fractionally
lower l ower 25 shares selling at 61 which
also was the closing bid with wit h 61
asked t
Mergenthaler stock was inactive and
lower ower 100 being the bid and 191Vi 191 the
asking J a price Rights on something more
than t han sixty shares were traded in at 9
Lanston gained SlIneifractionally fractionally 15i 15 5 be ¬
ing ng bid and 15i 15 asked but the only
trade t t was the sale of ten shares at io 1
The latter figure was bid after the
call C calliorsevera c all for severa several l hundred shares but
the t t he selling offer ot eI stuck at 15
Greene Copper was 23 bid and and24 24
wanted
NEW YORK
Money 1foneymarket market rates have not been been
affected l by the final payment paymentonTapan on Japan ¬
ese bond account ac ount and at the moment
there 1 t is no factor in the monetary situ ¬
ation that foreshadows materially
higher quotations for loans About the
first of July ther there may be a brief period
of dearer money owing to the shifting
of loans that will take place at that
time In incident ident to the July interest and
dividend disbursements but the outlook
favors j easy rates throughout the sum ¬
mer s despite the possibility of gold ex ¬
ports in the course of o the next two I
months Europe however aoes not S
need our gold and an outward move ¬
ment J of the metal will merely repre ¬
sent the settlement of our obligations t
abroad in ina a way most profitable to the
banking 1 community ommunlt The United States
could spare many millions of gold for
foreign exchange transactions
It is i s authoritatively reported that the t he
statement of operation of the Alabama t
Consolidated Coal and nn 1 Iron company
controlled by the International Power Pow r
company I made to the directors at the i
regular meeting yesterday shows net
earnings for fo the six months ended April
So 1S05 of 33674355 33G74353 although for fora a a pe ¬
riod of four months 33 per cent of its
furnaces were blown out for repairs S
After providing for all fixed charges 1
and nd the dividend on the preferred preferredstocle stock
this would indicate rt ti i earnings of of
about 20 20per per cent for the common c l1mon stock
Charles Char1e S Mellon president of the
NEw Haven railroad announced yester cster ¬ S I
day da that the New York Ontario and l
Western estern which hlch is controlled Co ntrolled by his h IS I
pompany would begin the payment pam nt of of
the dividends in June This statement
officially confirms rumens which have
teen in circulation in Wall street at at I
intervals ever since the New Haven I
purchased a majority of the Ontario t I
and Western Vest rn stock I I
The dividend announcement announcem n tis is import impoo rt ¬
ant largely because be use it puts a atdefinlt tdefinlt definite
stop to reports of a deal assigning the th
Ontario and Western to some other
large system than the New Haven In t
banking circles it is believed that dlvi ¬
dend payments would not bo begun un ¬
less all doubt of the permanence of con ¬
trol had been removed
I
The American Bankers association I
issued an interesting statement contain ¬
ing statistics of its labor and achieve ¬
ment In running down criminals who
prey upon financial Institutions Since Sinc I
1S95 the organization has convicted and an i
Imprisoned 270 forgers 18 swindlers swln 11crsand < and an
20S 20 > bank burglars The total sentences S
of the convicts amounted to nearly nearl 3000 i I
lyears years In addition three men have l been en 1
executed for murder done while invad ¬
ing banks b I1ks
President Greene of the Greene Con ¬
solidated Gold company has issued a i
statement to the stockholders of the th
property in which he says that the net ne
result to the company of the May clean j
up was 26000 1H5000 J OOO which was slightly less ics j
than expected owing to the loss of time t1m
caused by rains I
It Is understood that rich gold veins vein s i t
have been discovered on the Anaconda 1 1
property The Anaconda originally was wo C
opened as a silver mine and subse 5 ¬ I Iopened
quently became one of the greatest cop ¬
T
per mines in the world WO rId Now perhaps
it will become a gold WOo o mine
HOPES OF TEAMSTERS TEAMSTERSI I
DASHED E IN CHICAGO Hl A I
I I
CHICAGO Slay 27 27Hopcs Hopes DC of o the tiit e
teamsters on strike in Chicago that they f I
would receive the aid of the allied build ¬
t
ing trades unions are not strong this tIll
morning Leaders of the drivers declare
they do not understand the action of 0 I
the Associated Building Trades in ii
withdrawing Withdr awing moral and financial sup ¬
port from the striking employes
I
FIRE MAKES EXCITEMENT
ASOARD THE MAJESTIC I t
j
LIVERPOOL May 1Ia 27 27A A fire which 1
started this morning on board the U e j i
Whlto Vhlt Star line steamer Majestic tied tie 1 1
I
to her pier here caused considerable o
excitement for a time The flames how ¬
ever after burning several rooms roorn were wer I
finally drowned out The loss Is not no r
very eI large
The Majestic which is commanded by h
Captain Hayes arrived here on O Thurs ¬
day last from New N > w York She Is one on
of the finest vessels in the Liverpool
tand and New NewYork York service
GASSENHEIMER SUED I
BY AUTOMOBILE 1 Ii
VICTIM I I
Clyde D Horton today instituted suit sui t tI i I I
in the District Supreme Court agaInst t
I
Samuel Gassenheimer to recover S100DO lo 100l 0 0 I tt j
for alleged personal injuries I
It Is explained by the plaintiff that on o n I
May lla 4 he with seevral companions hiretl hire d 1 i
an automobile automobile utomo He from from Mr l r Gassenheimer j i
which was in charge of or a chauffeur em ¬
ployed by b the defendant < t The motor car ca i
it it is said ald collided withnnother vehicle v > licle
and as a result of the collision the th e
plaintiff was severely injured
Conrad H II Syme and Douglass
Douglass are named as counsel for the lii
plaintiff li laintiff
Policeman Turns Lawyer
Arraigned before the Police Trial Trln t
Board on charges of neglect of dutv dut 1
Policeman Police man George Week Tee I pleaded no n t t
guilty yesterday afternoon and acted as a
his own lawyer Sergeant Plemmons S
alleged that Week went into a house nt a t
1114 Connecticut avenue tenu northwest on o l
May 10 and remained hoodllng for fo
fortyseven minutes The policeman n
proved a good lawyer and as able to 0
defend himself as any counsel he might mlr ht
have retained The hoard will report reportit3 its it a
finding to Major Sylvester
Croup
fAn An attack of croup can be warded oT o 0
by y giving Chamberlains Cough Remedy flemeti
promptly proJIlptlYaL at the first indication of > tho th
approac approach h of the disease For sale l al6 by b
el rtriisrst 11 rn rst
I
r MAKERS m AKERS OF RAilS
MAnE HIGH PRIGE
Practical Eold ll ld Up of the
Canal Commission COlllll1 ssioll
RAISED COST TO 29 A A TON
Secretary Drake Lets Out Significant
Facts Regarding American
Manufacturers lianUfac r rs
I
Evidence of o the fact that the Pan ¬
ama Canal Commission Comm ission was confronted
with a holdup on the part of Amer ¬
ican steel manufacturers in purchas purchasing ing
rails for the isthmus is contained in
a letter which Colonel olonel Edwards chief
of the Bureau of Insular Affairs has ha
received from E A A Drake secretary
and treasurer of the Panama Railroad
Company now under the control of f the
government
Mr Drake Dr ake in answer to Colonel Ed ¬
wards request cites the prices on steel
rails He says the price of rails for
home homoconsumptlon consumption In United States mar ¬
kets has been practically uniform at
f23 28 a ton for the last twelve months
In foreign 1orelgnmarkets markets the price for rails of
Standard makers has been b en practically
uniform at 2240 The exceptions to
these prices says Mr Drake are where
rails are sold in the Un ited States mar ¬
kets for export and in instances of di ¬
rect rectnegotiations negotiations between belweenpa par paries r1iesaPd ties and
not a matter other than private record
The secretary of the Panama Rail ¬
road company m says Y that t in n buying rails
J Jn fg g Pt
1 mr r 1 K
for the t isthmus s it t was found f neces ¬
sary to make the contracts in the open
market in competition with foreign
manufacturers By B this means he
says con contracts tracts were w re made as fo follows llows
In In June 1904 70pound rails at 2275
per ton first quality In January JanuarylZOO 1200
tons of 70pound steel rails at 25 in
February 2500 500 tons at the same price
and more recently 3500 tons for 2645
All these purchases were made on the t
stipulation that It was for export I
Colon being regarded as foreign terri I
tory tor
FOUND FOU JD DEAD INFANT
SKULL CRUSHED IN
With skull crushed In and bruises t
about a out the neck and body a dcad Infant
was found in the woodshed of Margaret S
Kings home 217 Reeves street north ¬
west this morning Detective Burling
ame Is making an aninvestlgation Investigation
The woman who lives at the above t
mumber says saysshe she Is at aloss to under ¬
stand tandhow how anyone an onecould could get into the
shed without her knowledge bec be ause use the t
door was locked and bolted None of S
the neighbors know Imowan anything thillg of the
baby which appeared to tobe be about three
weeks weeltso1 old oi It was wrapped In a faded
piece piec of blue calico
Coroner Nevitt was informed of the I
finding of the body and ordereu the body bod S
Ise sent se t to the morgue
ITAMS TAMS BIXBY SUCCEEDS SUCCEEDS
THE DAWES COMMISSION
Secretary Hitchcock announced at the 1
White TJ1ite House today that Tarns Bixby p
has been appointed to succeed thev thevDawes thcDawes Dawes I
Commission which will go out of o f fexist exist ¬
ence by law on on July 1 L Mr Bixby who w wh o J
Is i chairman of the commission will re ¬
main In charge of its affairs which lie In
will wind up
Clifton R Breckenridge a a member of a f
I
the commission whose resignation had 1
been accepted to take effect June 1 has
consented at the request of Secretary r
Hitchcock to remain with the commis ¬
slon until July 1 when he will vHlretfre retire
Mr Bixbys Blxbr actions In regard to the t th e I
committees affairs will of course be bi i
subject to the approval of the theSecretnIT thceretar Secretary
of the Interior
SUIT FOR DAMAGES
FOR FALSE ARREST
Tena Watson through her nest friend 1
Frederick Watson today began suit Jn Jr l i
the District Supreme Court against Ed
ward Johnson and Stacia Johnson to re ¬
cover 1000 as damages for alleged false fals I
arrest It is explained d that the defendants I
caused the arrest of Tena Watson on or 1
1lIarCh March 14 on 011 or a charge of larceny larcen When 1
the matter came up for investigation 1 1 j
before the Assistant District Distr IctAttorne Attorney
in the Police Court the charge against t 1 1in
her was dism dlsmlse ser L
Marion T CUnkscnles CU nkscales Is named as a S
counsel for tho plaintiff I
NEARLY DROWN A GIRL I
TO O SAVE HER H R LIFE LlF
1
IMAHAJs l1AHiUOY Oy CITY Pa May 27 27Play Play ¬ 1
mates of sevenyearold Mary lIar r Lucia S I
almost drowned her in immersing tmme rsing her he l
In the waters of Mahnnoy ahano creek to I
jsave save her from being roasted alive allv after l 1
her clothing had ignited from a bonfire
which they had started to celebrate the
close of school for the summer vaca aca
tion
She was unconscious was rescued and nn I
ir required heroic treatment tr atment to restore a
her Le
S
BUILDING INSPECTORS
HAS NOT NO CHOSEN CLERKS
Building Inspector Ashford is looking
forward to an increase in his office offic force fur e
but as yet ho hl has not found the men for or o
the new positions posltios
The last District appropriation n at j t pio
yidetV vide for Loran an txera draftsman at SL40 1400 1 1 400 0
per r annum and r 1f1 a superintendent superlntcO lut of ortC1l con ¬
struction at 51200 120 per annum
The former will be rcriuirol l to t i pre < re
part and supervise the th Dlai JJ iiris I11s for Iis
Itrlct trict buildings l > fire ensino e1glI1 IIOUSJG police rolk
stations school houses > tc Such S1J h men inn
have been employed in the oflice otlic uron o
special occasions but the position will
be b added a dded to the force pcrmasioutiy upon l
July Tul 1
2
S
t
A
1ft T 1 1t t fJj
fQ M Hi
Fowl TrcnthenJ trcntli rcnth an1 ni Disgusting D < ylJtln D scliarres Out Pu
to o Catarrh Catari ii flak i1 f IIiotiTcniM T of ci t People P Jp Qb
fccta r cct5 of Aversion Dr Jr Ajjne 1 Agnews cn5 vs Catarrlia C t rri1 J S
t iow ow dcr Rcicvca in 10 ninwtcs > rn m d Ciirri Cu
Hon George Gf > or Jnmes 1nm of Scranton < rnnton Pa
pays f1I B I have been a martyr to Catarrh
for twenty years constant con tallt hawking and an
dropping e in the > throat nnd pnin 11lnln in th
d very yer o ffensive hrcnth I trlo d l Di
AjjrewH Sw glelts Catarrhal Iovt PlwIfL lor The first firs
application w m re Instant rHiff AnN
using itig a few 1W W jiottlos ort l < I was wa snm tur l lIrtd = d a 1
Use Dr Agrscws Heart Curs Cu for or Heart
Stomach and Nerves ervrs
Gold by MODERN DRUG IILjT CD
414 4 4 7th St St2ir W W
Fud nd OIO OIIONNELLS nIELLS BARM1lCY
1MESI1SPII NO JOKES LUKES IN THIS PLAY
ABO ABUUU UI J O ROCKEFELLER
President PrcsidcntHarper Harper Cuts Out All SucI 1
Jests From Comic Opera Students
Are to Play
CHICAGO May 27 27Jests Jests about John 1 1
D Rockefeller R Rcltefeller cltefeller and how he made his hi S
millions were cut out of the comic opera opera a El
by b Univers UniversitY ity of Chicago students at the lb a
last moment InQn Qnirij n by by President PrCsidentHarper Harper The Th e
opera oper was wa entitled The Kings King s Kalen
dar Keeper Itee rie h i i i
One Onosong song entitled entlUedTrusts Trusts which de ¬
scribed the methods metho s of Frenzied Fi i ¬
nance referred pointedly to the man ¬
ner in which Rockefi flockeftjler jHer ler made his hi
money and told 5iOW President Harpe
knocked at John Ds Dsdoor door for gifts
was badly cut
Before it was censored the song was
declared de lared to be the best In the entire lIst us
of lyrics
Following Fol1 wlng areilie are the lines which were C
eliminated at Dr Harpers command
Now Novl Novlsome some folks declare clare that t ata a trust I t
runs this L t
But I trust you can c nsee see that this isnl isa t t
true
For whenever its mentioned burprox our ourproxy proxj V
says Pooh
In his wonderful wonderful way
But the man than thatfs is backing blcklngus backingusrnade us made aU al
his rocks
By judicious handling of Standard Ol 011 0 II
stocks st c1s
And ondhis his door is eer er r opend when our on r
proxy knocks
In his wonderful wond rful wonderful way
FOREIGN MAILS
WASHINGTON W D Cl C POSTOFFICE NO t
TICE TICEFOREIGN FOREIGN MAILS
Should b read daily as changes may mayoc oc ¬
cur at any anUme time
FOREIGN FOREIGNMAUs MAII MAILS S ore dispatched to the th
ports of sailing daily daH and the schedule scheduleot oi c
closings Is arranged on the presumption ol ot e
their uninterrupted overland transit For Fe
the week weekendmg ending May 27 1903 19 the last con on ¬
necting closes will be made from fromthoIAIN the MAIN MU
OFFICE as follows r
Ma Ii ia ils for South and Central America I
West Indies Etc
MEXICO overland unless specially ad at I
dressed for dispatch by steamers sailing froir fro Ei
New York close here daily at 1005 am m f f
and 10 pm h
CUBA MAILS close here hereM at 3 pm on Met
days Vr Vrr ednesdnsand Wednesdays r and Saturdays via Port Pc
Tampa Fla p and at 10 pm on Thurs ¬
days via New Orleans La La h also or o n
Wednes Wednesdays days via New York N Y at 114 1l45 n
pm m Cc e
NEWFOUNDLAND except ParcelaFosl
Mails by rail to North Sydney and thence
via steamer close here dally except Sun ¬
days at 230 pm b and on Sundays al at r
1130 am d the connecting closes being bein 5
on Mondays Wednesdays and Saturdays
JAMAICA by rail to Boston Bost n and thence e
via steamer close here at 230 pm on TueS Tue I
days dasand and Fridays b hi also at 1145 1l pm or on o a
Friday Frida from New > fevr York
BAHAMAS except ParcelsPost malls bj by b y
rail toMlaml to Miami Fla and thence via vlasteamer steamer r
close here on Tuesdays at 905 pm
BRITISH HONDURAS HONDURAS East Eii it
Coast Coast and GUATEMALA by rail to New Ne lv
Orleans La and anclthence thence via steamer close cmi a
here daily dallyat at 1005 am r t and 10 pm h I
the connecting closes being on Mondays
COSTA RICA by rail to New NewOrleansLa NewOrleans Orleans La
and thence via steamer close here dally a at
1005 am O f and 10 pm Oh h the con I
nectlng closes being on Tuesdays
PANAMA and CANAL ZONE cloea does her here <
at 1005 am on Mondays Mo ndays f for dIspatch l
by steamer from New Orleans also nlsoby bj ii
steamers from New York when advertised
NICARAGUA East Coast via New Or 0 r
leans La close here at 715 am on Thurs
days < Wes Veat t Coast of Nicaragua mails dr I Ire a re <
dispatched from New York via Panama Panamas set
above
MIQUELON by rail mUto to Boston B ston and thence <
via steamer close here at 1130 am oi c
Sunday Sunda May 21 d
TransPac ific Ma Mai15 ils
PHILIPPINE PHILIPPL E ISLANDS and GUAM vis VI
San Francisco Frn nclsco close here daily at C30 G 0 pm po I
up to May 26 for dispatch per U S Trans 5
port a
HAWAII UA WAIl via Ia San Francisco close her herE
dally dallat atji30 at 6 GzZO 30 pm up to May 27 for dig di
natch per ss Nevedan a
JAPAN KOREA CHINA and PHILIP PHI LIP
PINE PI = E ISLANDS via Tacoma close hen hei
dally at 630 pm up to May lIQ 23 for dls di
patch natch per ss Telmachus r
HAWAII JAPAN KOREA CHINA am and ar
PHILIPPINE ISLANDS via It San Francisco
close here dally daU at nt63O 630 pm up to June 2
for fordispatch dispatch per Jer SH Mongoia a
AUSTRALIA except malls for West Aua Au 9
trails NEW ZEALAND NEW CALEDO
N1A SAMOA HAWAII and FIJI ISLANDS S
via San Francisco close here daily at 63i 6
pm up to June 3 for dispatch ptr ss Son fbi 11
oma or a
JAPAN JAP px N except Parcels Post Malls KO 1 0
REA CHINA and PHILIPPINE ISLANDS
via Vancouver and Victoria B C close hen h he erf r
daily dall at 630 pm V511liP mu P to June 6 for dispatcl dispat
per ss Empress of Japan la a
AUSTRALIA except malls for West Aus Au
tralia FIJI ISLANDS and NEW EW CALEDO
I VIA via Vancouver and Victoria lctorla B C c
close os here daily dall at 630 pm up to June 17 1 7
for dispatch per ss Aorangi a
NOTE NOTEMalls Malls ans for COCHIN CHINA CHl are dls di
patched to New ew York Y ork K Y Y for connectio
with European u e steamers
I Malls W I for MANCHURIA iA except Mukden
Newchwane N ewcl1wanl > and Port Arthur and EAST EAS 2
ERN SIBERIA Will 111 be dispatched to Ises Ke
I Yor k N Y until further notice for trans traa
mission via Russia instead of via Japan th thl e ti
usual route
I Unless otherwise addressed WEST AUS AU S
TRALIA MAILS will be dispatched via Eu E u
rope Op those for NEW ZEALAND via Sai 5
I Francisco and those tho e for certain places in th ti
CHINESE PROVINCE PROVL tE OF YUNNAN vii v I
I British India In Indiathe iawe tiio Quickest routes
Mails for the PHILIPPINE PHIL PPI E ISLANDS spe sp pe e
1 dally addressed Via ia Europe must b
fully full prepaid at the foreign rate of postage
Mails for HAWAII IIA V All are dispatched va Sat Sm I
Fiancisco cat exclusively > xcusIt
I PEGISTERED MAILS lAI S close at the MAK MAI tA I
OFMCE as follows ja iaI At 630 pm sam sac
day da h at 130 13 pm same day IC c at 113 11 3
pm same day du d at 530 am same day da
te tel at 545 54 4 pm lifl same day 3 O Olt 1 at 830 S > am ai it
same day dl1 un Cs K at U3 3 pm same day th 11 a
8 pm same day 1a < < p at < t 130 p pn same day dir n
Ir r at C20 pm previous pre lous day da
JOHN JOH A j MERRITT 1ostmaster J 05tma5te1
FINANCIAL
The bank deposits of this
country are increasing by many
millions mi1l ons ever y year eir
Weve a pass book waitin g
for you Step in
HOME SAVINGS BANK
7th 7thand and Mass Ave
Deposits more than a million
dollars
v
Finance your y ur Real Estate op ¬
erations through this office We Vc e
can negotiate large or O small
loans for you in the shortest
possible time
In a majority of cases youll
find we ve have the money on call
to be so invested
The F FH H Smith Co
Ectil IcnlEstntc Estate Xi Loans Oans Investments
Insurance Insur ncc
1408 New cw yore Sor Ava Av vo Bond oncI Bldg
I
I
FINANCIAL
THE WASHINGTON LOAN
AND TRUST COMPANY
OFFICE COR 9TH AND F STS
PAIDUP CAPITAL ONE O E MILLION
Loans In any an amount mndeon made on ap
proved real estate est to or collateral at rea
r sonable rates rntesI I
Interest Interespald paid upon deposits on monthly
balances subject to check
This company acts n ts as executor ad
mlnlstrator trustee agent treasurer tre surer
registrar rcglstrarnndln and in all other fiduciary ca
pacitles
Boxes for rent r ent in burglar and fireproof flre proof
1 vaults for uife afo deposit and storage of
valuable packages
j jJOHNJOYEDSO JOHN JOHNJOYEDSO JOY EPSON President
JOHN A SWOPE SOPEVlco Vice President
ELLIS SPEAR SPEARSecond Second Vice President
ANDREW ANDRE r PARKER PARKERTreasurer Treasurer
l HARRY HARRYG G MEEM MEEMAsslstant Assistant Treasurer
BOYD TAYLOR TAYLORAsslstant Assistant Treasurer
THOMAS THO ASDRADLEY ASDRADLEYRea1 BRADLEY BRADLEYReal H Real Estate Officer
REAL ESTATE EST Tli DEPARTMENT
Is prepared to assume the management of I
your real estate Careful attention given
to all details
r
I W WBHIBBSCO B HIBBS CO I
f New York Stock Exc hange
Mem Members bers Washington StoCkEX Stock Exchanga changa
I Chicago Board ot Trade
j 1419 F Street I
bu and sell for cash or on
margin d allHst all listed d securities in
eluding ciudl1g
LANSTON
i lv MERGENTHALER
WASHINGTON GAS
I
BANK STOCKS
CAPITAL TRACTION
WASHINGTON RYpref RY pref
WASHINGTON RY RYcom corn
E ER E OHAPMA OHA CHAPMLNCO MA T CO
Members New York
Stock Exchange
EO BROADWAY BROADV AY T3W YORK YORK
1301 P St Washington WL hington
All All1isted listed securities on
all stock exchanges bought
and sold for cash or on
margin
G Bowie Chipman Manager
Member Washington Stock Exchange Ezchan
5
Capital n000000 nOOOooosurplus Si 000 000Surplus Surplus 1200000 l 200 000
RAFTS S issued issueddirect direct on onth the e
D DRAFTS LI principal cities of the
world
Letters of Credit Credltfssued issued
Money transmitted by bycable cable
Exchange bought an and d sold
Stocks and bonds bought and sold
Collections and nd investments made
JU r 1 NATIONAL ATIONA
I 5ISQ G
rfil II alaSs BANK
Pa Ave Opposite OppositeU U S Treasury
e
5
The Safest Investments
Are those that do not depend upon the
e financial responsibility or the stability
0 of any individual or corporation First
deeds of trust mortgage notes lib ¬
C erally secured on good real estate In
n
the District of Columbia constitute
giltedged investments These Thee are
the only kind we make and supply to
investors They bear interest pay a ¬
able semiannually semiannual at the rate of Five
per cent per annum annumand and may be had
of us in amounts from J500 and upward
at par and accrued interest Send for
booklet Concerning Loans and In
vestments vestmen tso
Swartee il Rheem
HenseyCo tl n sey CO
WARNER BUILDING
916 r STEEET STBEE ITOETILWIIST
5
Capital and Profits Profitsn250000 Sl250000
Deposits Over Ove156OO000 5600000
I 5
j DEPOSIT
I
i
I Your Salary
When P pay ay d day ay iy comes with this In
jtitutlon And cnd pay your our bills s by
e I check Youll find it a ri most satis ¬
factory way
I Moreover you ou receive INTEREST
n ON YOUR YOURlIONTHLY MONTHLY BALANCES BALA CES
and nd your money mone is absolutely safe
I
I National Safe Deposit
i Savings Trust Co
i Cor 15th and Nw York Ave
30 0 I ESTABLISHED IN 1S67 1 I
i
I 4
I
1 1Pm
Pm 25 t 1 9 41
I 1 c 4 A 5 kt j
of a Fire Insurance Policy la a smal smn
one as compartd to the peace of mint mm
which that safe feeling gives you J I Ip
can write rrite you a policy that will protec irotce p
your interest fully In a Company thai th
pays its losses promptly I I represeni represer
the following Companies
Home Insurance Company of N Y 3
Arlington Fire insurance Co D C
National Union Fre Fr Insurance Co
D C
JOSEPH I WELLER
Itealty Itealt Broker
C02 02 F StrsstN Stl Strt2 t N W V
Interest Allowed on Deposits
received from Treasurers Trustees 1
Guardians also on deposits of funds fuiic
awaiting investment inves mcnt
Directors Dlr lJirctorsieorgci ctorsGeorgc George H Harries I 1 I G C
TCimbali Wilton lltoa j 3 Lambert A M I Lo L
throp Thbo 1h 1 hC o AV Y V Noyes J H Ralston
John B Sleman SlemanJr Jr F 1 H Smith B 1 2
QuIncy Smith E N Waters S AV W Y
Woodward r oodward 1 1 opens a asalngs savings account accotin C
UNION UIiIOlISA SAVINGS VINGS BANK
J3O2TD B3iBO B3iBOf FLDG14t1 f 14th St and ST NY Y Ave Av
FINANCIAL
I If Planning
A Trip Abroad bro
dont fail to consult this
company relative to the most
convenient means of defraying d ftaying
your our expenses in foreign coun ¬ J
tries Foreign Exchange
Brown Bros Cos Letters o of f
Credit and Travelers l Checks
issued
i
Union Trust Co
1414 F Street N W
i Il J
O fPEN PEN SATURDAYS
til FROM FROM6TOBPM 6 TO 8 P M M
I We e are ar opening new accounts
every eve ry day tIri with thrifty and Con on ¬
servative men and women
I National Bank protection protectionnnd and in
I terest tc rest on monthly balances which
I may be withdrawn without notice
ue features of our SAVINGS DE
PARTMENT worthy of considera nsidera ¬
tion
nrONE t2TQ > JE DOLI DOLLARo DOLLAR AR dp opens ns an account
J
THE TRADERS
NATIONAL BANK l lh h
11
Home Building Association
Zi LOANS OAXrS ON REAL ESTATE ESTA
01iEASY ON EASY MO MONTiLY tTHLY PAYMENTS
It Itw1l1 will accommodate you for building bay buy
Ing or Improving a home or for Investment
and need money Call on the undersigned for fo
information Intonnatlonand and taking stock 8toc Applications
for loans from agents solicited I
GEO W LINKINS TVM H WETZEL TVETZEI
i Free Pre BOO 19th st nw Sec 2135 H st nw
A A S TAYLOR E Eo S WESTCOTT
VPres 14S H 5 st nw Tress ISO 1Ji071a 1907 Pa avenwv venw
Capital ca Pltal u uf5 f5 500000 00 000
Surplus 100000
1
W XTE E buy and sell Foreign Fori ign
V Vand and Domestic 2X X
and CHANGE issue Letters o of f Credit Cr d t 1
and ForeignDrafts Foreign Drafts available avlable
throughout the world
COMMERCIAL
NATIONAL BANK
Cor 14th and G fib
Ie II I II I I
t The Best Way and the Safes Safesit
i f Way to Accumulate Acc mulate Money 1 t
1 From small ibeglnnings Is to o open 1
I a savings account here and deposit I
t your surplus as fast as you get it it i
If you YOUkeep keep It Ita at t home hO me you will W ilial al j
ways find use for it 2 per cent cental al i
lowed on the average balance of i
i savings accounts
I 4 JMERICAN M MERICAN ERIC AN I
tL NATIONAL BA BANK J t
f I It I 610 < 14th Street N W i
t
4 R R Is HARPER PreS > res r
I R R H LYNN < 2shier shler
to I c
Aetna AetnaBankingtfl i Banking
Trust Trl stCompany Company
1222 Z r 1 Street street1f ITortliwest rthvost
Foreign Exchan ge and Foreign
and Domestic Money Orders
Savings Deposits 4 per cent com ¬
pounded q quarterly arterly
Time and deman d certificates
Special department for ladies
BANKING BY MAIL
MEDICAL
n t rn SPECIALIST
tuJ j R i g 1 L L 509 12m I2 Sr S
Succsssfnl ssfu
5 tj 3 YCr v vr r W3T om Suec
O s L I i F Vt 0 i2 practice in
the Cure Cuzoo of Chronic cNervoun EJervoun
and axi l Special Uiscases ni ctrses of Slea ica en
and Women
Means Hsaitii to ioI I t ou II i You Y 00 Suffar
From FromCaUirrl From Catarrh Obesity Obeslt Rheumatism Consti ¬
pation Piles Throat Lung Brain Heart
Blood ana Skin Diseases DI ea > e Nervous and Wast ¬
ing Debility Deb11 ty Kidney Diseases Bladder BI add Trou ¬
I bles bles Discharges Dischar Stricture Varicoceie Spe Sp r ¬
l I chic Blood Poisoning P lsonlng Eruptions Ulcers UI rs anl an
I All Private Diieases cared cur for to r rUfe lire hy b fWf sfa fa
methods ineciiot ls
CHARGES LOW IXCLUDIXG MEDICINES
COKSULTATIOX FREE
Priva Pnivato te t Waiting Soozuc oomc for fo Xsadiss aUcz
OFFICE HOURS i
10 to l 1 3 ro 6 I Sundays Sun ltt i 10 to 12
509 50 Twalf Twelfth th St N VT 7
rEOFi9S0t MICL MICILEL EL LOinS
The celebrats J i Italian Herbist Herbi t of national
reputation After years ears of experimenting h3
has succeeded uccee d in making makln the wonderful reui u
edies Quick Herb H < rl > Cure and 3 d Quick Patn
Killer guaranteed to to cure and ant I relieve rc t ve Bior l1J r
quickly than any ln other known medicine dis OIfr 115 ¬
eases of the stomach liver lv kidneys bio iI J 1
and nerves dyspepsia constipation rheum ¬
tism pimples scrofula neuralgia ana an all
morbid conditions cOlii lILiOIlS
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11 1 strl stricture tur blood slin and ndpriv private pte dls
Ii 1 eases cured promptly Consultation free
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Expert In the treatment of prIvate di dIease eaejO
clironlc and acute Both sexes All Au conaulta fl5ti
tions conndentSal contide U lL Medicine Me dcinc furnished Pricaa
moderate Hours U to 1 I S 3to 1 to 6 7 to ro 9
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On Mental Nervous Kidney and all
Private Diseases I isoaScs Chronic and ant i Acute
S Doctors Dcttr S service and an U medicine me dicine not over
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to it 3 4 1 to 9
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