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THE WASHINGTON TIMES S MONDAY MAY 1Li 29 9 1905 1O i
IN N THE THEWORLDQF WORLD OF FINANCE
SEA FIGHT m
BAFFLES BEARS
1 Japanese Victory Alters
Course of Market ark t
LONDON A READY BUYER
Trading in Japanese Japane e Bonds Is Lively
at Substantially Substanti Jly Advanced
Prices
NEW YORK May fay 29 29The The opening
advances In the stock s tock market were wer re gen ¬
erally slightly less than those reported
In London Lond n at at2 3 2 p po p o m in Among greatest
Improvements inIproementswere were Northern NOr h rn Pacific 2
Colora Colorado do Fuel FuEil and nd Iron on 1 11f1 American A merIcan
Locomotive L comotlvel 1 lz 8 Union Pacific 1
Amalgamated Copper 1 11 4 Canadian Pa ¬
S cific cificPennsYlv Pennsylvania ia Delaware D Iawaleand and Iud ¬
son 1 lr 1 j Amer American ican Smelting Sm lting and Refin ¬
ing 1 Erie New York Central Read ¬
ing and United J1iitedStates States Steel preferred pr eferre d 1
The only weak stocks s ocks were Metropoli M tropoU ¬
tan t n Street Stl etRailwa Railway down 1 per cent and
Metropolitan Securities down The
Japanese 4s 4 ½ S were ore up 4 per cent ent second
ser serIes6s Series ies 6s up up2 2
The feature of ottheentlre the entire market was
trading in Japanese bonds bonds6s 6s in the the first
hoUr ho r advancing 1 the the6s 6a certificates
3 31 and 4s 4 ½ s 4 per cent on unusually unusual
large transactions The most important
fa fact tabout about the Japanese victory over
the tl e Russian RU3 iantleet fleet is that thatit it changed the
speculative speculat1vesltuaUon situation abruptly It ia the
i general gerter opinion that with almost all the
r Wall Vall Street interests supposed suppoaedto to be b
concerned onc rned In manipulating the market
out of the city since Friday FrIda afternoon
with the intention of returning on
Wednesday V dnesda prices prlc would have been at
the mercy of the bear element The
news of the sea fight through an advance
ot y 7 1 4 to 2 points in Americans Am Ar ric r1ctLns ns in Lon ¬
don upset the bear calculations
Union Pacific has been the busiest
stock since the opening and has held its
advance better than anything CIonyth1ngelse else It
Is now the center of activity on the
floor of the Stock Exchange and after
a reaction from tr am the opening to 120 JQ7i has
moved up to 121 1212
Lcndon houFes hoUi cS bought in all betwesa betwe
40000 and 50000 shares They took over
15000 Union UnionPaciftc Pacific Local sentiment on
the floor is not at all confident In
fact f et it 1 is generally felt that if London
had not supported the list it would have
sold off quite sharply The pressure of
long liquidation Is in places Jlaces consider ¬
able nbl The weight of lonl long f fstock stock has been be ll
f61t f ltall all forenoon foren on in Steel common an d
preferred
WASHINGTON STOCK STOCKMARKET MARKET
Sties SlesYashington Tr ashington Street Railway 4s
1 1r i r l Oil 000lTOO 00
Washington Gas certificates certificates400120 400120
200120
Capita Traction OSH3i 2Ot143 20S144
Washington Street Railway preferred pr erred
5jl9Ui 591 10i 2frg91 1O91M 911J
Mergenthaier ergentha er rights 7 iti 7u19 < 39 9 59 5 9 100SS51 100
liXCf8 39 3 9 m 8 5fiS 5 9 6 69 9 6 6ii 6c 9 2 21i9 < S9 59 9
3 2119 < 9 4r9 iigg 19bill9 s 8i19 < as i9 1 9 s9 8 19
Greene Gr Greei eneCopper ie Copper 500S24 500 24 ½ buyer 60 100
24H 24 10Q24i4 lOCo2455O24 1OCtZl24 5024 5O244 10024U l002H430024 30024U 3Oo24
50S2iVi 59 52 2 100521 1 24 buyer 60
After call canMergenthaler c Mergenthaler 1191 413
3JS1
GOVERNMENT BONDS
Bid Alce Aakei < i
C P 2Ts o lOtH 101 1015 1014 lO1
US tT s S 23 2 KMW lOt 105 05i O
U R 635 rs z 03 OB7i 104 H 4
tl US S a 3 104 1045SS 10t U4
U S43 43 101 115
TJS48 WJJ4 tl11 ItS
t s 48 4 5 132 13 32 182K t ll2
U S 14s 4s s 132 13 32H S2
D Dc6y c c 5o5 now lli
Phil Land b bi lG8 8
RAILHOAD RAIL OAD BONDS BO DS
Capital Traction R R It 4si 109 112
Met tetILRbs KRb8 n R s J 119 ISO
Met MetH H R 5s 5 cerWndebU ce rtAndebt A A i 102
Met R R R cert sndeiit nde t B 101
ColumblaR Columbia ColumhiaRR6 R R 6 117 120
Columbia K It R R bs 10JVS 103 l0
City and Sub R R R 5e 10i 1053
Anacostla ADQc SUa Potomc Potom o Sc 5 J01 iOl
Vise Wash Ry Ac Elec Jo 0 4 s 90 91
MiSCELLANEOUS BONDS
Wftsb l1l1b CasCo G Ges CQ 6o S Sr r A 100
Wash Ga Gas Co B Ser B 100
Wash Gas GaBCert1l9X Cert 119X 120H 120
U B SElee Elec Lt Deb Imp 6a lOa
U us B Biec Lt Lt Cert lad 6 GG 103
Cl ChL So Pot Tel rd 6s 107H 101 1C8H lC8
Wae Wash h Market Co 1st Gs C 108
Potomac Electric f 1073 10fU 1C8H 1 OS
SAFE DEPOSIT A2 AND 3 TRUST STOCKS
fet Safe SareDeposl Deposit t Trust ISO 185
Wa1ili Vcni h loan 1 Truat 310 SUH 21l
Am Security Trust 250 so ICO eo
Wtth Safe Oepoalt 40
Union Trust and andStorage Storage Storagal 134 4 121J5 12t
Waih 5avlns SatnY1IBank aLng flank 112 115
Kcroe Saving Bank 2CO
RAILROAD RAlLR > D STOCKS ST CKD
1 Capital Traction Co H8A nt i443
The Th Wash Ry Elec Co pf 91 H I gX
Into Wash Ry 5 Hlec Iec Co o com ZH 36 37
KXTIOSU T19u BANK n STOCKS
Bank of Washlnstoi 435
MetropdiltanCUizcn1 lJetro > oUUUlClt1en 33 e 25 0 55
Central 33 32J
Ftrmera and Mechanic tchan1ca 3QJ j
Eccn4 15J 5 170
Commercial 170 i o j7S 3
C Cclambla l iumba mbla 23 l 3J j
Capital ja
American m r1 n U5 1 f 193 9j
Traders ii3 20u
Lincoln i 113 ISS
Eiggs 4gg 650 cs 7W OJ I
WSUaANCE l t1 ANCE STOCKS
1Jr Firemens menII 24
Franklin Fia hklln 48
Metropolitan ga 11
Corcoran gj
Pettunac 20J4 20
Arllnstoa lInltoo 39 JJi 32 3 >
Ciesesiiin UU1 American merican 2aU 3y
> t > >
National aUnll Union 7 73 8
Cclumbla < lOX 1o ji J13i
Elggs S lia > 4 gi 8
Peoples tl OH 6
Commercial 54 51 jv b
Colonial 100 j
TITLE TITLE INSURANCE I STOCKS
Real E Diat tat > Title Tltl 77 to 0
Columbia Co1u1Ub Title 3J 37 41 f
Wnshlneton Title 3
TELEPHONE AND GRAPHOPHON3 GRAl > UOPUOXD
STOCKS
Cbessrxsak CbE C Potomac 38
Am Graphophone com 6 bi bH
I Am un Graphophono pfd b bl l A 9
GAS 04 t5 frOCKS
Waehlngtort 1 Gas 61H 61 tZ t
Gtorgetown GE irsetown < Gas G3 eg
TYPE MACHINE 1ACHI > r STOCKS
Mergenthaler Aler enthalerLinotype Linotype 193 19 l 1t2 2
Laimun Monotype I5X 15 157 11 5
Mersenthaler rights 8H 8 SH
MISCELLANEOUS lU LEOUS STOCKS
Greene Con Copper Co Si 2 SIX 4
Washington larlcst ukt p la
Nor or Wash Steamboat 27j 21 320
Realty Pfalt ApprulKcd Alprah d Aceiicy Anc geZle 22 2 27
> Ex g dividend
LODON REPORTS
ADVANCE ADVANCEIN IN CONSOLS
I LONDON LONDONjfa May May2Cono1s 29 Concols for money mone
80 SOm A and for the fh account SO 90912 912 both
716 4bcve tbcve Saturdays close The rise
occurred oc tr hd on the news of the Russian
defeat dctt j
Brooklaad Want Ad Branch
Want an t ta advertiseme a advertisements dvcr tlsemci rits ts for fo r the Evening
and Sunday Times will be received at
regular office rates rat s at Arthur H F F
Luersaena Pharrii Pliarmium J Brookland D C
NEW YORK STOCK MARKET
Reported by b W B Hlbbs Co 1419 F
Street Mem cm bers New Yor k Stock Exc hange
Chicago Board of Trade and Washington
Stock Exchange
OpenHlghLow 115
Ama Copper 80 80 79 9 79
Amer Loco 47 ½ 47 s71Ai i7 734 47 4ith
Amer Smelting 110 110ft 110 100 11J9i 110
Amer Smelt pfd pfd1l8l181i1S 118 11811 LISW 118 11S 1
American Sugar 134 l343 135 13 1 134 181A 18 1
Atch Atchlop AtchT Top S SFe8014 Fe 80 8OVE 4 80 9 iI 80 0
A T 1 S Fe pfdQl pM 101 102 101 JOlfoi Ol Ol3 l101 102
Baltimore Ohio OhlolOS1A10S 108 10S 1OS3 103 lOS3 lOS3s 108 s
Brook Rap Trans 59V1 60 58 58o9 59l 59 i
Canadian Pacific 147 147 146 lWU H7
Chesapeak Ohio 48 48 481f 48 4SV4 48
I Chicago Alton Alton33 33 331f ½ 33 33 3 33 331f 334
Chic Alton ptd 78 782 79 9 7S 782 ½ 79
Chic Great Western 1S 874 l8Va l8 811 18 1S i j
Chic Mil St P173 P11 3 173 172 174 173
Col Fuel Iron 1ron423 42 42 4 434 41 411f 41 1 I
Delaware Hudson Hudson181 181 181 ISOVi i10 ¼ 1SOV1 180 4 1 I
Erie ErI com 10 l 40 49 10J4 10 40 4 4034 8
Erie 1st pf 77 7734 781 7g 4 4 77 78Vt 78
Erie Erle2d 2d pfd U6 tG34 4 C6 C61 66 66G6 C6
General GenernlEleotrlc Electric 173 173 173 173
Illinois Central Cential1591 159 4 47397I 159 7397I 159 1594 159
Kan City South pf 56 561 56 56 5634 5654 56
Louisville NashU37 Nash 143 l434 143 14ailH3 1434 143 14334 143 14321 ½ I
Manhattan Elevated Elevated1G3 163 163 163 1i 163
I
Met Secs Co Goi51f 75 77 75 7511 ½ 76
Met St Ry Ry1l4 114 ½ licit 116 1161 i 114 1141 z 115
Mo Kn Tx com 25 26ft 2 2G K25 25 26 2 2614
Missouri Pacific 97V 97 97 97
Northern North rnPaCificlov rn Pacific leo ½ 185 ½ 183 183 18
Mexican le Ican Central Central20 20 20 19 19
National Natio al Lead Lead45 45 45 45 45 45
N Y Central Central140 140 140 140 139 13914 140
N Y On West 52 62 524 51 51
Norfolk Western 79 80 8034 79 SO I INorfolk
Pacific Mail Sshlp 86 861h 36 36 36 3tPh ½ 36 3 ½
Pennsylvania Pennsy yanla R R R R134 134 135 f 134 1341f ½ 134
Peoples GLS Gasl0l101 101 101 100 1007 100
Press Steel Car 37 37 3714 37 37 37B ½
Reading 90 o 90 90 89 Cp OQ14
Rep Steel Iron 17 1712 ½ 17 1712 ½ 17 172f ½ 17 ½
Rock Island co 26 26 4 2S 2I3y ½ 26 261f
Rock Island I land pfd 72 7 72 72 7
Rubber Goods 3514 35 ½ 35 34 3Hi 3 M i
St L I S W V 22 22 22 22
Southern Pacific P clfic 61 01 OW4 61 61 ½
Southern Railway nail way 29 9 9 93 29 29
Tenn Coal and Iron 76 76 75 7334 Y1 76
Texas ex exs s Pacific 32 32Yz324 ½ 32 324 32 321h 3 32 32 ½
Union Pacific 121 121 12031 l 121 1211
U S Leather Leather107 107 107 10716 107 107 lo7Yi
U S Steel 27 2734 27 26 26
U S Steel pfd 94 ½ 94 93 93Y93 ½ 93
Wabash 38 818 ½ 18 ½ 18 z 181fz 18 ½
Wabash pfd 38 38 38 38 I IVabnsh
Western Union 92 9234 92 92 92
Wisconsin Central Central2121 21 21 21 21 I
i
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MANY BULL FACTORS I
IN COTTON MARKET j
NEW EW YORK May 1ay 29 29The Th cotton
market opened strong influenced by bya a
sensational sensatlonalcomblna combination on of f bull bu ll factors
Chief Q let of these was W a an t nadvan advance e of otnlne nlne nlt
teen t enpoints points on futures nd nd21 21 oh on spots spo tS tSn in n
Liverpool Live P ± pOol ol said to be based bas don on Japanese Jap J panse nese
developments dev lopmenui an an itnd d don on bad crop news
from the South
i
A report N rtthatmore that thatmore more rain r rainhad ain had hadfallen fallen in
the West Western rn belt that the TimesDemo ¬
crat was out with a a report that the
area area sown to cotton this year year is 15 15p per r
cent less l ss than the acreage last year and
that crop pros prospects pects were the gloomiest
in years also helped to strengthen and
excite the market
Heavy liquidation by the bulls checked
the rise
NEW YORK COTTON COTTONM MARKET RKET
Open High RighLoW Ix Low > w 1 bI5 15
July 830 839 829 8S
August 824 832 S24 827 j
September 826 832 826 828
October 830 844 830 839
December 840 8 S50 < 840 845
CHICAGO GRAINMARKET GRAIN MARKET
CHICAGO May 29 29The The following fo Iiowlng are
the quotations on todays todaysexchange exchange
Wheat Open Hi High h Low Low115 115
Julv S9 89 fs 88 88 ½
Sept Se Sei pt it 82 8283 83 82 82
Corn
July 45 4834 48 4g 45 4S I
Sept 47 48 47 48 4
Oats
July 30 20 30 3O1 30V4 30 SOVJ 20
Sept 2S ½ 28 23 2S
Pork
Julv 1240 1240
Sept Se pt 1262 1265
Lard
July 720 720
Sept 742 1 740
Ribs
July 717 717
Sept 742 7w
HORSE WAS TOn WEAK
TO DRAW BIG MASTER
Sylvester Jones J ones Fined 5 for Alleged
Cruel Treatment of Toothless T othles
Half HalfStarved Starved Pony
Twentytwo years yc rs old toothless more
than th nhalf half starved and partly blind Syl ¬
vester ester Jones Jon s diminutive brown horse ho rse
stood outs outside o tide ide the thEi Police Court today toda y
while Judge Kimball decided its fate
Sylvester is a colored color d man well fed and
weighing ove ov ovdr > r 200 pounds He was
charged with cruelty to animals and
Judge Kimball after a fterh hearing aring the thetesti testi test ¬
mony of Humane Officer Wright and
looking at the animal held that the
case had been made out and assessed
Jones S5 5 adding that he was was liable U Qle to t
be brought into court every day he 1 1be
had the animal on the street
Jones lives in Prince George GeorgecouI1t county
Md d and came came to town tow n this morning for fO r
the first time with the horse about ten
hands high drawing a ari rickety kety ram ram ¬
shackle buggy with a bag bagsturted stuffed with
hay ha for a seat In the buggy sat Jones I Iha
and a friend who weIghed about 200
pounds They were smoking big cigars I
and laughing while the animal dug du its I
tiny feet into the soft asphalt to keep I
the buggy from dragging It down the th
Sixth street hill Wright arrested Jones
and took him to court
ALL METAL VANISHES
AT DESERTED VILLAGE
WILMINGTON DeL May 29 29Dob Dob
binsville a suburb of New Castle and
known as the Deserted Village which
was purchased by George Nebeker of
Philadelphia has been looted The vil ¬
lage cons ists of n inety houses and every ever
one of them has been stripped of wa waer er
pipe and brass spigots galvanized Iron
sinks and all metal accessible
The houses have been untenanted for
yours and Mr lr Nebeker rj fJ i timates that
the stolen property was worth 3000
IRATE COLORED PULLS PULLSRIVALS RIVALS WOMAN HAIR I IPULLS I
When Mary Jackson colored caught
another woman hugging James Jack ¬
son her husband she pulled her rivals riva ia
hair and batted Jeems on the tii head
with her umbrella
The two then started Quarreling and
I Ia a policeman took them Into custody
Convicted in the Police Court today to ayon on
charges of disorderly conduct they I
were sent down for fifteen fifteendllYI days >
VALUABLE STOCK FOR SALE
If taken beforo June 1st will null B ecu l1 90
shares of the capital stock of the Pe P Pur r
Artificial Leg Manufacturing Co of this
city at its par value v luo 1000 per share sh re
Will Vm pay 20 per cent nor > er annum Ad ¬
dress Box 75 this office
Swift Cos sales of Fresh Beef in
week ending May 27 averaged averug 7 765100 55100
I I I Icents cents per pound
NEWS NEWSAND AND GOSSi1
OF THESTOCK THE c STOCK MARKET
WASHINGTON W SHINGTON
The To e local market arket today was wasdup dull but bu
prices prices for or the thesccurlt1es securities dealt d eaIt In were
better f1 tter probably in 111 111symp sympathy symp th with the t e
Improved donditlch of the tlieNew New YorK
market
Capital Traction recorded the most mos t
notaole gains ai s twenty tw nty shares selling at
343S 143 and qnd twenty at 144 H the e stock ales c19s ¬
ing 1n at 143 bid and141Vi and H1 asked a gain
of f more more than a au apoint point
u
Washington Railway preferred was
Quoted at 90 9 bid and 91 ½ wanted but
the th only sales were five snares shares at 91
and ln min ten t n at 91 For the coriihion commoJlstQck common stock stoc
36 = was bid and 37 asked without any
sales ea eas s
eai in i Mergenthaler only the rights were wcr
Itraded traded in sales on seventyone sevcnty onc shares
be hing ing made madeat at 9 and on on200 200 at X
Lanstoiv Lan st n was fractionally better 15V1 1 j51
being clng bid and 15 ½ asked but no deals >
resulted
Greene Copper was more active than t h an
for fors some mE time past and a d fractionally
botter I ett tter r l One hundr hundred d shares sold at
24 4 as and GOo GOoat 3o0 at 24 while an an option on
IiOO 500 00 shares ard rd another on 100 sold 50la 50laat241 at24V at24
The close cl se e was 24 bid and 24 asked
In IIi the bonds SlOpO 1000 Washington Rail ¬
way Way 4s sold at t 80 and 600 Washington
pas las certificates at 120
The Thelocal local stock exchange exchan ge will be beclos clos
fed j tomorrow
At the the moment the greater grenternumber number
0 of Wall w nStre Street Stte et t traders tra ders believe beU vethEt that the
market uArk t will be lien a whiting one with good
chances chan cesr for r quick QUi k turns on both sides
but b t the same samepeopl people hold that the high
prices IJr1cesmade made earlier in the year car ought
to o be recorded again before the theclo close e
bf she e year barring barringI of I f course wide ¬
spread spr ad disturbance distur oopce in the industrial
YJorW world crop faUi iaUurcaanel failures irea and an leglalatlon by
Congress Cor g frrsss ss unfavorable to the business
Interests IntereStsof of the country counuyJust Just now nowthere there
is no no lndicatfonot indication of the development of
any flny ny of the factors factorenamcd named
The Theonly1hing only onlything thing which whichc3n can be asseverat nss erat
ed with with certainty ceInjntyconc concerning rhing the stock
transfer tax Is Isthat that it twill will ill tend to
diminish the activity actI It of oftheprofessiollfll the professional
traders tri e s hence it will wnlop nih operate ra e im im
partially against both bear bcarsyndlcates syn syndicates dicates
and bull syndicates The rheihdlcaUo1s indications
point that the week Ayill present an anun uri un
broken series of contracted markets arlr ts
that thatprl prides pr ces es will ill be fairly well sustained su ta1 ed
and that the recovery recoer in steel st stcc el l and cop
per pernnd and the socalled so called merger m rgel stocks
will continue in a leisurely way
As a depressing d ptcssing factor i1 tor the steel
scare s are has run rln Us I course co rse The steel
stocks have recovered re overed tI1elrmidweek their midweek mid neek
losses ssesnnd and United States Steel closed
on onSaturdav Saturday fractionally higher than
upon Saturday s saturdaynweek L1turday a week W ekago ago The orders
received r c ed by the th corporation cOfPoraUondurJng during the
week weekcollsidcIed considered in conjunction with
the tr tremendous engaged tonnage on
hand at atthe the beginning of the thequarter quarter
practically prai i ally guarantee gUar g tarantee nt the continued
production of steel st elon on the present basis
throughout the t e summer months and
henc e eits as a bear argument ar ment in shaping
the he course cour eof of future markets marl ets the pig
Iron lrorte episode l od Is robbed or its chief ef ¬
fectiveness
The Th copper op er situation sltuatlonatrords affords excep
tional tlonalindlcaUons indications of stability stabmt and de d e
spite its unmerciful hammering by the
bears during the past week Amalga ¬
mated more than held h ld its it own nor
iS it ltconsider considered d probable that this Is
feue 8 U can be b e successfully Succcs sf Ull beared bear ed in a t I
wtek W < ek Immediately before the annual
meeting tn eUng It yellows that those aggres ¬
sive traders who are committed commltt dto to the
bear ar side of the market being beingpreclud proclud
ed through existing c circumstancestrom ircumstances from
steel st l and copper as raw materials uoon
which to operate op IatewUl will perforce be com
pelled to select some other issue upon
which to center cent r their attack
EVERYTHING IS READY
FOR ERATIO EIAY
Statues St tu s in the Parka Parks Adorned With
the theNatio National alRed Red White and
Blue
Decorators Decoratorswere were busy b Saturday and
today placing flags on on t the he statues sta tues in
the U e various varous parks in preparation for fo t
Decoration De or tIon Day Dt Every yerystatue statue in the th
city is now adorned with the national
red white w hite and blue biuc Alt thedeptrt the depart ¬
meats of the theC Government ovcrnment and the Dis ¬
trict tr ct will 111 be c losed tomorrow There
will be excursions down c1ownthe the river and an d
to the resorta r sortg reached r ached by the the thetrolley trolley
cars while th t1 thi nearby places ptac s on the
railroads will 111 not be forg forgotten dtten Uen
The Grand Army the Spanish War
and other veterans will be represented
In the parade whic which h precedes the cere ¬
monies at Arlington and other ceme ¬
tories tert s The program of exercises at the
cemeteries 1 as published exclusively in
The ii jJ jJm Times m e yesterday et rday will be faithfully falthfull
carried out o l
Usual Usualhol1day holiday hours will be observed
at the City Ppstofflce One delivery del1er r will
be made by b the carriers from the main
office and the substations at 730 30 a m
OLD NEWSPAPER MAN
VICTIM OF PARALYSIS
Nathaniel Terry Taylor Ia a clerk In the
Treasury Department D rartment for twentysix
years ears died at the home of his hi son Au u ¬
gustus IUstusc c Taylor 327 First street stre et north ¬
east last Saturday Saturda from a stroke of
paralysis
I I Mr r Taylor la Iav lor
I was an old nowspap mwspaptr < > r man
ha having ying Ing come to Washington thirty years years
r rago I ago as a representative of the Detroit
I I Free Press He wtis wiisafterward w afterward on the
I Washington llslIngton Chronicle Chronl le and later city
editor of the Republican R publ1can
Air IrTa Taylor lor was the president presfdentof of Car ¬
roll Institute Ins ltuteat at one time and has been been
the secretary of the institution for a
number of years call > He was also treasurer
of the t e Catholic Benevolent Legion and an
member of the Royal Arcanum and t end nd
Michigan Club
He Is survived by b > two sons Augustus
C and Henry 1 1nry nry W V V Taylor Ta lol and one
daughter daug Jtc Mis 1 ra Robert M Elliott
Funeral services will be held this af ¬
ternoon at St Josephs Catholic Church
at 330 330QcI9ck oclock clOck Tne Rev Father l lther Fealey
assistant pastor of the church cJlUrchwill will
officiate Interment will be at t Glen Glcnw GlenwOod wood bd
MILWAUKEE SUICIDE
ONCE ONCEJEWELER JE JEWELER ELER HERE
F W Leitmate Leltma e who thirty years
ago was one of the leading jewelers of r
this city committed suicide In Milwau U1wau ¬
kee WIs VIs last Saturday afternoon
Leitmatc came to to this city c ity from Ger Ge r ¬
many ma nyin in 1836 and from that that time until
ISO 1 was connec cOnJ dcd dcdwith led with the Jewelry
business of this city
Little could be learned of his hisprivate private
life during his long residence In this
1 city as as he so Carl Petersen of
l tl3J > 34 F street northwest said lived the
life lit of a hermit and It is understood 1
had accumulated quite a snug fortune
Mr MrPcterllcn Peterson was not aware of the
dfath of Lcitnwtij L itmlltc until untllinformed informed by a
Times reprcsentatlV9 this morning
Croup
An attack or croup can bo warded off o ft
by giving Chamberlains Chtirribc lrilns Cough Remedy Re tri dy
promptly et sttho the first indication of tho
approach PJlro h of tho discaat dl diseas eCUiI Fur Ul sale sal by
all tfl druergists
PRINCIPLES TO GOVERN
NATIONAL MA11OitALIVEHSITY UNIVERSITYI I I I
I
I I
Committee Promulgates Conclusions conCIU lS I
Relative to Establishment of I
Iit IItJtitution Utifution at Capital I
The conclusions c ncluslons reached by the exr ex
ecutive council of the national na tiomi commit comm it ¬
tee te e eot of four hundred appointed to eoiir cou
sider the establishment of the Un TJnlver lvcr
sity of the United States Stateshave have been an ¬
nounced and are as follows
First FlrstThat That no n university organiza ¬
tion yet et t chartered can meet the de ¬
rOunds of the country for such a urn ¬
versity ver sIty at the National Capital Capitala a unir um
versity namely that shall be neither
private nor denominational but public
and a fitting fittingculminat10nof culmination of the now no in ¬
com plete uystom g tQm of American educa ¬
tion that shall be free ree from partisan ¬
ship in every form that thatshall shall be grad ¬
uate in all departments that shall shallsus sus ¬
tain tam helpful relations to all other otnereduca educa ¬
tional institutions in America that
shall sh l1 be so national In name and spirit Spin
and so character charl1c ter ized by national ni1t1oq l pur ¬
poses po es and uses as well as by national
representation r in the governing board b anl
and by attendance attendnncetrom from all the States
I and from every part of the foreign I
j world as If if possible to more than real ¬
ize the exalted ex lted 1 uima msor of President Wash ¬
ington and the multitude of his sup ¬
porters in all these high regards a uni ¬
versity that shall be to both people p ople and
Government G vethment a new flC source of inspira ¬
I tion elevation and progress and a s hall I
make makoQf of Washington a chief center of I
learning learningtcir for the world
Second SecondThAt That in view of all these
facts it i is lsnow now more than ever the therluty duty I
of the national university universitycommittee committee
and of the theNatJonal National Educational Edu atlonal Asso ¬
cIatlon which great organizations have i
becen b c n of Offne one mind on onth1s onth1ssubject this subject tor i
many years as It Is I of all who appre appre ¬ I
elate the higher learning ana and are ar ambi ¬ I i
tious for Americas supremacy suprem suprernacyin YIn in things I
Which whlthnrf an ir > highest hlgh st to devote themselves
with new energy to the early establish ¬ I
ment mentor of the University of the United
States O on the basis of the bill Intro
duped du ed by Senator Frvc FrYca Fr c at the thelastses last ses ¬
sion alpn of Congress Congressa a bill that U at fulflllsall fulfills all I
the thecndIUons conditions aforesaid atores id and yet makes
no demand upon the public treasury
the reliance being on 011 great and suffi su suuil m ¬
cleat c ent endowment ndow entrom from patriotic citizens
and organizations
CLERKS IDENTIFY I
LQREN LORENZSC S CHECKS EPKS EPKSI I I I I I
Continued from fr mFIrst First Page j
I j
then the return r tUrn J of a certaj cer pt per p cent to I
Machen I
The The tria l tso so farha8 far has been rather tedi I i i
ous and today the attorneys attorne ys got to toi i I i
gether g ther during the noon recess and
agreed upon a system sste m for f r the admlssi I
bility of ofcert certain in evidence In this way wa
a great de deal l of ottfme time will mbe be saved sav d
Banker on Stand
I I i
I The T efirst first witness who whotoolc took the stand I
i was Benson D Carr president presideutot of the
i iToledo Toledo Commercial Bank of Toledo I
IOhio Ohio who ho brought with him a transcript I
lot of otthe the account of George G orge E Lorenz L renz In
the Commercial Bank from October I Ithe
192to 1902 to February l ebru 1 1903 He also IdentI
I fled fidcertain certain drafts checks chec setc etc which I
passed between Lorenz and Machen Machenaua ana ia
vice v ce versa
Henry Henr Halstead H lstcadof of Toledo Ohio who
Is Isa a clerk in the Home Savings Bank Bankot of
i Toledo 1 ol do testified as to the account 01
George E Loronz and Martha J
I Lorenz his wife in the Home Savings
i iB B Bank ank He alSo Ide Identified nUlled seyer several al dra drafts rts
I checks etc bearing the signature of 1 1I
Lorenz and Machen
I Beth of these witnesses were here
I Id during d urng the Machen trial and aD d gave ga ve evi ¬
r Ir dence dC1c of a similar sl nllar nature during d ling the
progress plogressot of that celebrated case In
tact many man of the witnesses who have
I appeared upon the t e stand since the trial
of Crawford began were li hre re as Gov ¬
ernment witnesses in Jnthe the case against
I Maehen Lorenz and the Groffs
I Sir mtr Worthington made little or no r
crossexamination cro sexaminatlon of either of these
I hank officials but reserved the right r ight to I
make a motion to strike out their testi i i I
mony m CJny later on when the object Ob ject of the their ir
evidence was made known by the Gov ¬ I
1 ernment
Separate Bank Accounts i
I Henry Humphrey representing the I
Society of Savings of Cleveland testi i i i i
fled that George E Lorenz and Martha j I
J Lorenz maintained separate accounts j
in inhhi his bank He rendered similar testi
mony to Messrs Carr and Halstead Halst ad sub
mining a transcript of the account of 0 i
Martha J Lorenz j i
Edwin A Niess of the division of free
delivery dell very supplies of the Poatortlce P Jtot ce De i
partment was placed upon the stuml I
to identify the classes cla es of bags ba s included i
in the contract with the Postal Device i
and Lock Company Mr Worthington
objected to the bags being 1 admitted u mltted on i i
the ground that there was 10 o question i
I concerning Concernin g the satchels before the jury j
I II Major Conrad made an Interesting argu j
i iment ment in favor fa VOl of the admissibIlity of the I
I
bags saying that ihey hy might be be beof of ma
terial assistance to the jury jur inasmuch i
as a great deal had been said about J
A bngs B bags and C bags
The satchels were In a very vcrjdllapida dilapidated ted i i
shape sl ape owing vlng to usage The court sus
taiped tnip d the th objection principally on the i
ground that the classes of bags bH S were w > rt
not in issue and that the wornout con I I
dition 1t16n of the satchels might prejudice i
the jurv j I
Turning to Mr Worthington Mr ICeig j i
win said j
Tak Take < the witness j
I dont dontcare care to take the witness and I
I Ithe the witness can take the bagi bag laugh augh
ingly replied Mr Worthlucton orthlmton
FOREIGN MAILS
WASHINGTON D C TOti rOaTOFFICE TOFFICE NO ¬
TICE lICEFOREIG FOREIGN MAILS Mi h 115
Should be read re read ad dally at chaigcs may oc ¬
cur at any time i
FOREIGN MAILS ore dispatched to the
ports por s of sailing dally dati and the schedule of
I closings Is arranged on the presumption pre su mpt10n of
their uninterrupted overland transit For
the week weekending ending June 3 1905 tho l U lust con I
1 1lleCUIlJ nectliiK closes will be made from tho MAIN tAI >
j I OFFICE as follows
TransAtlantic Mails
I
MONDAY MONDAYc c At 1115 pm for EUROPE
per er ss Kronpilnz Wllhelm fioin f Xew Ne ew i
York via Ia Plymouth Cherbourg aii ard d Bremen
c At 1U45UII1 1145 111 u m mu for ITALY direct h spe si pe ° ¬
I daIly addressed only per sa Prlnz Aual
bert from New York
TUESDAY TUESDAYIa a At 715 715pm pm for EUROPE
per er ss Teutonic from fro m New York Yo ilt via
I Queenstown Q ucenstown and a nd Liverpool
c At 1115 pm fvr toJrNETHE NETHERLANDS U ANDS dl I
rect specially addressed only per as Nom
j dam d from f New e York I
i l
I c At 11515 iii I pm for r ITALY direct sOle
i i iclally dally addressed only per ss Cltta dl i
Torino from New York
I WEDNESDAY fg g At 1030 pm for
FRANCE SWITZERLAND SWITtEIU AND ITALY SPAIN SP I
I PORTUGAL TURKEY EGYPT GREECE
and ld BRITISH INDIA per s 58 a La Loraine LQrp L rainc ulnc
from New NeurYork cW York via Havre also mall for
i
I IYour Your r faith Wanted
I F Fur F 30
We W will positively v cure ur you Y of ncr r
I IvousnCRH vousneBB sleeplessness indigestion Indlge Uon am and
heart disease It you will 111 only onl have suf st t
I tlclent faith to take one dose of Dr Ag
news Heart Cure The benefit you can
j iderive derive frpm from Its use sc will surprise s rpri find rte
I Iltght light you This remedy ip is the Breuttei rcut 81
j agent that medical science has disco
ercd credtor for weak hearts weak blood weaV wet
I nerves A few doses will ptisiiivly posl hlY con
vince you To believe be Heve In this thf hlR instance l stuncl
means means health to you It will rulievc
every form otheart of heart disease in 30 min
mites It strengthens at engthen8 the nerves by feed
ihir them through throu h the t e heart a
Dr Agnews Ointment cure cure rczema 35c
GOld by MOinsKir raOD 1tN DRUG ot 00 >
414 4l47tu 7tU St fj 1JW 4 Vf
and ODO ODOTIJIILLS l1ELLS E PiAMACE rASMAC
FOREIGN MAILS
I
other parts purtsQt of JEurojje EumeOhen when specia spe specially laly lly ad ¬
Idr dressed dr for this S steamer ca
igl g gS
FRIDAY FRIDAYb b At 230 pm for AZORES
IISLANDS ISLANDS per perss sa Romanic from Boston
a At t 715 pm for EUROPE i per er r ss
St Paul from New > Cw York via Plymouth and
Cherbourg Including lncludingniails mails for LIVERPOOL
SCOTLAND SCOTLA DanQ and IRELAND when whenspeclaUy specially
addressed for thlo steamer llteam r
a At 715 pm faf tQrSCOTLAND SCOTLAND direct spe ¬
dully addressed only onl per sa Caledonia
trom New York
c At 1145 1115pm pm for BELGIUM PARCELS
POST MAILS MAIlSper per ss Zeeland from Now
York also regular rcg larmnlllor mall for BELGIUM when
Specially P h addressed e5 for t this th steamer
it r1
e5J J thit it L
c At li45 um for r ITALY direct ectspe spe ¬
chilly addressed only Qnl per ss Princess
Irene from New York Yo k
c At 1145 pm f < forEUROPE per ss 8sCam Cam ¬
pania from tr om New eW York via Queenstown Queen8townand Queen8townandLhcrpool and
Liverpool >
Mails for Southland South and nd Central America
West Indies Etc
MONDAY MODAYc c At 1145 pm for NEW NEVFOUNDLAND ¬
FOUNDLAND per ss Rosalind fron New
York
WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAYto V D c At 1145 1 pm m for torCUBA or CUBA
Yt t Tl u
Y Yc YUCATAN c and CAJIPECrfK 6 mpe per pe ors sa s Es
peranza 1J ranz from New Nc York also mails for
other parts of otME MEXICO ICO when whcnspeclally specially ad
trussed for tills steanier steam cr
c At 1145 pm p m for INAGUA GUA HAITI and
COLOMBIA except Cauca Cau a Departn Department lent and
Cartagena perslk per sa Gmesla Graesla from New York
including mails mailstor mallsforCAPE forCAPE CAPE HAITI PORT DE
PAIN and andCARTAQENAwhe CARTAQENA when whcpclaIiyad nlaUy specially ad ¬
dressed for this steamer
c At 1145 1l45pmfor pm 1 for GRENADA GRE ADA ST VIN ¬
CENT TRINIDAD lRINIDA1 CIUDAD BOLIVAR
arid GCIANA perTSa tr ss 3 Maracas from fromNew New
York
te c at 1145 11 45 p m mv v for YUCATAN per ss
Bayamo from rom New York also for other ther
palt5 parts of Q MEXICO ICO when specially pecI IIY addressed ddressd
for this steamer
THURSDAY THURI3DAYc c At 1145 11 pn pm i for NICA ¬
RAGUA except ex ept East t Coasts Corot HONDURAS
except e xce P t EaJt Ea1tt Coast ost SALVADOR SAL VA D OR PANAMA P NA I
I CANAL ZONE CATJCA DEPARTMENT OF
COLOMBIA ECUADOR PERU BOLIVIA DOLIVI
and CHILI per per5s ss Ss Orfzaba from NeW
York YOtkvlti via Colon also mall for GUATEMALA
when wh n specially specla py addressed l for this steamer
c At t ll45 1l 1l4 5 pm l > n for BRITISH lION
DUEAS per sa g 8F Fl Fltudrla 14 i1 idrla dr la from New ew York 1 ork
also mails for LIVINGSTON LIVINGSTPNand and PUERTO
CORTEZ when specially s eclally addressed addrcss d for thf8
steamer
c At 1145 n45pm pm for tho BAHAMAS per
ss Saratoga from New York also mall for
the PROVINCE PROYI CE OF SANTIA SANTIAGO OCUBA CUBA
Iwhm ivhori whm specially sve claHYaddressed addressed for this tl 1s stenm steamer r
c at 11M5 11 1l43t 45 b t m for ST THOMAS THO ASST ST
CROIX LEEWARD WINDWARD ISL ¬
ANDS and GUIANA per ss Fontabelle Fontabelletrom from Zr OiiI
New New > Jcw York Inc Induding Indudingman luding ludingmail mall for llARB BARBADOS D S
when specially addressed ad icssed for to this steamer
TTRIDAY FRIDAYc c At 1145 pm for CURACAO
and VENEZUELA per ss Zulla from from New N W
York also mall muiltor for COLOMBIA via YI 1 Cum Cu m
cao when specially s ecl Ib addressed for this
steamer steamerS S
c At 1145 pm for PORTO RICO per
88 Coamo from fromljew New York via vlaSan San Juan
c At 1145 114 pm for FORTUNE FORTU EISLAND ISLAND
JAMAICA and andCOLOMBL COLOMBIA except exceptCau Cauca a
and Magdalena Departments Dcpartm nts per ss Altai
from New York York111so also mails for PANAMA
CANAL ZONE and COSTA RICA when spe
cially addressed for this steamer
MEXICO overland unless uttieS < specially ecially ad
dr dressed ssed for dispatch by steamers sailing lltngfrom front
New York Y rk close here 1 re dally at otlll 1005 am f
and 10 pm h
CUBA CUBAMAILS CUE MAILS close ClOS hero herGnt at 3 2pm pm p in on Mon Mjn ¬
days We dnesdays and Saturdays via Port
Tampa Fla p and at 10 pm pmon on Thurs
days via New Orleans La h also alsoon on
VednesdayB Sednesda via ia New ew em York ork N Yat Y at 1143 114 ii 4
pm pmIe b c
NEWFOUNDLAND < D except ParcelsPost Parces Post
Mails by bYr1llto rail aI1 to North Qrth Sydney 5dne and thenCe then e
via Ia steamer close here daily dall except Sundays
at 230 pm b and on Sundays at 1130
am m d the connectlnff cClnn cth g closes closc being on Mon ¬
days dasWednesdas Wednesdays and Saturdays
JAMAICA by rail to Boston and thence
via steamer close here at 230 pm on Tues ues
days and Fridavs Frida b balso also at at U43 pm on
Friday from New York
BAHAMAS except ParfelnPost Pa rleIBPost mailsby mails by
rail to Miami 1 Fla and thence via vlasteamet steamer
close here on Tuesdays at 005 pm
BRITISH HONDURAS HONDURAS lEast East
Coast and GUATEMALA by rail to New
Orleans La and thence th riccla via steamer steamerd close li 6
here daily at 1005 am f f an and d 10 pm h
the connecting closes closesbeing being on Mondays Monda 8
COSTA RICA by Qyr rail n to New ew Orleans La i
and thence via Ia steamer steam r close here daily dlltlyat at
1005 am f f 0 and 10 pm h the con >
necting clftses el seS being on n Tuesdays
PANAMA and CANAL CA CAXA Ar 1 4 ZONE close here
at 1005 am on Mondays f n for dispatch
by b steamer from frOi New lewOrJoan8 Orleans La also by b
steamers from Xc New York when advertised
NICARAGUA East Coast via New Or ¬
leans eansLa La close jmere here ere at 7 715 11 am on Thurs
days da8 West Coast of Nicaragua Icarag a mallsiLte mails are g
dispatched from Nw ew Turk Yurko o via Ia Panama PlInamasee see
above
Trans Pac ific i1 c Ma ils ils
HAWAII JAPAN TAPA XORFV xORF KORFA CHINA C UA and
PHILIPPINE PHILIPlINEIS ISLANDS 1SLAD AXDS via San Francisco Francl o
close here her daU1t630 daily Ot 630 pm up to June 2
for dispatch per > er ss Mongolia O ltoUa fa a
AUSTRALIA AUSTRA1IAexcept except malls for West W Aus ¬
Wf india NEW ZEALAND 1 lr lrnd NEW 11 CALEDO t
NIA SAMOA A HAWAII 1 and nd FIJI ISLANDS I
via laSan San Francisco close cl se liere 1merSda1ly 0 dally at 630
pm up to June 3 for dispatch per pe r ss Hon
oma a al
JAPAN JP N except ParccsPost Parcc Parcs Post Mails > KO ¬
flEA RE CHINA and PHILIPPINE PHILIPPl E ISLA ISLANDS DS
via Ia Vancouver and ll1 Victoria B C close here
dally daIlYI1 at C30 pm > mup V up io o June 6 for or dispatch
per ss Empress of Japan Japan a
JAPAN KOREA CHINA and specially special ad ¬
dressed mall mallfor for the PHILIPPINE PJULIPPJXEISLAXDS ISLANDS
via Seattle close here dally dall at 630 pm up
to June T 7 for dispatch dlspatchver per ss Kanagawa Kan agawa
Maru ta a I IMaru
HAWAII JAPAN KOREA CHINA and
PHILIPPINE PHILU PI E ISLANDS via San Francisco
close here daily at CSO pm up to June Junel 12
for dispatch per vcrssAlameda BS Alameda a
HAWAII via vladan dan Francisco close closehere here
dally dnll at G50 C 0 pm p m up to o June 17 for dispatc dispa c h
per as Nebrasltari a
AUSTRALIA eXcept mails for West Aus U3 ¬
tralia PIJ FIJI PU t ISLANDS ISrA DS and NEW NEWCALEDO CALEDO ¬
NIA IA via Vancouver Yan oucr and Victoria lctolla B B C c
close c10s heie dati dally at 00 20 pm up up to June 17
for dispatch per ss s sAorancla Aoranci a
PHILIPPINE PHILII > PI E ISLANDS U3L D3 and GUAM GUA I via
San Franc Francisco isco close clOse here dally dall at 630 pm
up Ul to June 25 for totdls dispatch lItch per U S Trans
port vort8 a
TAHITI and MARQUESAS RQCESAS ISLANDS Via
San Francisco clbse cl se here daily at 630 pm
up UI to June 25 for dlsi dispatch > atch per ss Marl
PO PONOTE l posa NOTE NOTEMails OT a Mails nils for forCOCHIN COCHIN COCHIN CHINA are dis
patched to New e York N Y for connection
with Eur EUlolnnslean Eu1oafl biun steamers ers
Mails for MANCHURIA rANCli URI except Mukden
Newchwans and Port Arthur and EAST
ERN SIBERIA SIBERIAwIU will ilI be dispatched dispatch cd to New > T Tew ew
York N Y until further notice for trans
mission via Russia instead of via Japan
the usual route
Unless otherwise addressed WEST AUS
TRALIA MAILS MAILSviil will 111 be dispatched via Eu
rope those e for r NEW ZEALAND Z via l San
Francisco 1 CI ear and ar rth those th s i ior for or orZ certain t i places laces u ue e in n the
CHINESE PROVINCE PROVINCE OF YUNNAN YUN lA via l
British India Indlatbe the quickest routes
Mails Mu lls for the th PHILIPPINE pmLIPP E ISLANDS spe sp ¬
dally addressed Via Europe must mustDe be
fully prepaid at the foreign rate cf c postage
Malls for HAWAII HAW All are aredlspntchd dispatched via va a San an
Francisco Cal exclusively cxclushcl
REGISTERED MAILS M Mq q tILS ILS close at the MAIN MAI
OFFICE as follows totlo v i a At C30 30 pm same
day U at 130 pm same day Cc c at 1130
pm same day dol d at 530 am same day dA
e at 545 pm same s Et dnte day d U f at 830 am
same day c at 930 pm same day ay h hI > at
S pm previous day l1 > p at 130 pm iuim same
day da r at at6 630 30 pm previous day a j
JOHN JOH A MERRITT Postmaster
FINANCIAL
i4 4 tK tJ
JONEY ONEY deposited in i our
M MONEY
i 1Q jv 1 SAV SAVNGS SA sAvNUSDEPrdraws V I NGS DEPF DEP r draws
i interest interestconstantiy constantly
I
I THE SMALLEST SlIALL ST ACCOUNTS are
just as welcome and receive the
same attention as the larstr ones
We Ve give you national bank pro
tection and your money mO 1EY can be
withdrawn at a any an time without no
tice
firl OPENS AN ACCOUNT A COUNT
j
THE TRADERS
J NATIONAL N A TIONAL BANK B BANKCor ANK ANKC C Cor a r Av IO 10th p pl l l
tiI
l n = r i
Home Building Association
LOANS ON ISEili BDALEST4TE ESTATE EST4TE
ON EASY MOZXTHJVSr M 9NTRLY PAVaGJilTS PAY2 rTS
It will m ma accommo a < commp datc you for building buy bu y ¬
ing or Improving a home or forlnestnHnt for investmont
and need money monc Call on the undersigned for
Information and taking stock Applications s
for loans from agents solicited s Ucltcd
GEO W LINKINS WM n H WETZEL
Pres Pre EOO BOOI0th 10th at nwi nw Sec 2135 II at stnw hw flW
A S STAYLOR TAYLOR E S WEfj WETCOTT TCOTT
VPres 1405 T i st t nw Treas 1007 Pa p avenw
VALUABLE STOCK FOR F R SALE
It taken takcnbcofeJunc bef befume 01 e June 1 wll willsen sell 90 shares
of the capital stock stoel l lot of the Peer Artiflcial Leg
Manufacturing Co CW CWot C of this city clt at Its par
value 1000 per share Will pay pa piy 20 per cent ent
per annum Address BOX 75 this office It
FINANCIAL
i Capital and nndProfits Profits 1250000
I
Deposits Over Over5600000 55600000
II 11 II Offices ffioes
A
of TRUST
such suchas as Executor Admin ¬
istrator Guar dian Trustee
Treasurer T reastJre r Registrar A Agent g ent
etc are accepted an and d faith ¬
fully executed ex cutedby by this com ¬
pany
The life llteof life of an individual s Is is lsUmJ limi ¬
ted while that of an aninsUtution institution of
this character fs tsperpetualCon perpetual Con
l sultatidn sultaU n invited
National Safe Saf Deposit
Savings Trust Co
Cor Cort5th 15th and nd New York Ave n I
ESTABLISHED IN 1S67
Capital n000000r n000000rSurplus Surplus 100000
RAFTS RAF T5 T5155UCd issued diredfon dire dire cf d don 0 on 0 the
D DRAFTS DRAF LI principal cities o Of f the th e
world worl
L Letters ttOrs of Credit Issued tssu d
Money transmitted by cable
Exchange bought and sold
Stocks and andbinds bonds bought boughtand and sold
coll Collections < ctfc Qs and Investments inve stments made
E Hftl3iSS D GG F 1 t NATION
fi lsayas r > BANK BAN
Pa PaAy Ave pppqfUe QppteJL < TJ p S Treasury
I
49th Issue I ssue of Stock
O OPEN P PE E N F FOR O R S SUBS SUBSCRIPTIO tT B S C R I P PT T I O ON X
AND FIRST FIRSTPkYMENT P ATMENT
l
Subscriptions for the the4 49th th Issue of
i
Btoctf sto toiC k and first trn payment pam rit thereon n will
be recehed daily from 9am 9 9o o amto43Q a am to 430 4 20
pm at attime the the theoffice office of the theAssoclot1 Association n
SHARES 150 5O EACH
Pamphlets explaining ex plaining t the eobject eobjectand obJec objectand t tandadvan r and andadvan advan ¬
tages tagesot of the thcsoclaUon Association and other Informa ¬
Hon furnished fUrn1shed upon u pon application appltcat on at llt 5 the office
EQUITABLE
COOPERATIVE COOP R ATIVE
BUILDING
ASSOCIATION
EQUITABI EQU ABLEBUlrDLG E BUECDING 1003 OO3 F at stIlW at nw 1
JOHN JOH JOY E2SON President
ELLIS SPE SPEA1 > Vice Vl ePres President Pres ld tdent nt
C GEO d TV WCASLgAR2d CASrii CAS LUAR EAR 2d Vice Vlc ice President Free dent
FRAJfK FR Nk P Pl KilESIDE E 1IDESccretary Secretary
Real Estate Loans
If you have not already transacted
your financial business with us we e
think you will be surprised dto to discov ¬
er our facilities for handling real 1001es es ¬
tate loans loansVe We Weean ean canmake make them for
any amounts from 50 500 to 4500QOO OOOnq an ant < l
we dont keep kcepou you waiting for an an
answer to your yourappUcatlonLet application Let us
tell you about our rates and low
charges
Swartze SVartzeH Rheetn
HenseyCo Hensey CO l
WARNER BUILirNG BUILDING
BIG PST P ST31E T NOnTHWST
Capital 9503000 503000
Snrplno SIOOOOO
T The jhe he Deposits
in this thisBank Ben k
and the amount of business trans ¬
acted are constantly growing
Accounts of individuals firms
and corporations are invited and
every eyer courtesy extended consistent I
with sound banking
COMMERCIAL
NATIONAL DANK
Cor 14th and Q Gsts sts st
0
Interest Allowed Allowec1on on Deposits
received from Treasurers Trustees
Guardians also on deposits of funds >
awaiting investment
Directors Dlr DirectorsGeorge ctorsGecrge George H Harries I G
Kimball Wilton J Lambert A AM M Lo i
throp Theo W V Noyos No30 s J H Ralston Ralst n
John B Sleman jr F H Smith E
Quincy Smith E N Waters S So o W V
Woodward 1 opens op ns a savings account
UNION SAVINGS BANK
SOK23 DO ELBa 14th St stiU1d and HV N Y 5 Avc vc
SMALL ALL DEPOSITORS POSITRS
are invited to avail themselves of
the advantages of our t ta tnking a nking nki 1g de ¬
partment
isTAll AUaccountsdr Al1 accounts draw w interest and are
subject to check c4eckat at will
UNION TRUST CO
1414 F Street N W V
THE WASHINGTON WASH IGTON LOAN
AND TRUST COMPANY
OFFICE COR 9TH AXD F STS
PAIDUP CAPITAL ONE MILLION
Loans in any nn aniouai made on np
proved real estate ctateor or collateral at rea
suitable S rates a
= Jr r
I Interest t J paid d upon deposits depos1tsonmonthh on monthly
balances bnlnncessubject subject to check
This company cQmpa 1 acts as executor ad
1
ininlstrator trustee agent treasurer
registrar reglj tl I and in all other fiduciary ca
paeitica
Boxes for rent In burglar and flreproof
vaults for safe satedcposil deposit and and storage of
valuable packages
JOK JOHN > Z JPY EDSON President
g i f89
JOHN A SWOPE SWOPEVice Vice i President t
ELLIJ5 ELLIS SPEAH SPEARSeco Second d Vice Y President
ANDREW PARKER PARIIERTreasurer u uTrcasurtr Treasurer
HARRY G MEEM MEE3Iasistant IEE Asa istant Treasurer lenurr
BOYD TAYLOR fYLORAisl i Assistant tMt Treasurer
THOMAS THOIASBRDLEYn BRADLEY BRADLEYReal Real al Estat Estaty Ofllccr
REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT
Is prepured to assume uj SUIDe the management manala Cnt of
your our real estate cst te Careful attention given In
t to to o all a ll details
E R CHAPMAN CO
Members New York
Stock Exchange
SO BROADWAY NEW YORK
1301 130 + F FSt St Washington Washing ion
All listed securities on
all stock exchanges bought
and sold old for cash or on
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