OCR Interpretation


The Washington times. [volume] (Washington [D.C.]) 1902-1939, December 21, 1907, Last Edition, Image 9

Image and text provided by Library of Congress, Washington, DC

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn84026749/1907-12-21/ed-1/seq-9/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for 9

F IT i iI
I iJ THE WASHINGTON TIMES SATURDAY DECEMBER 21 1907 9 9
Ip STOCKS BONDS MONEY AND GRAIN fRAIN
I NEW NE YORK STOCKS STOCKSMAKE STOCKSMAKE
MAKE SOME GAINS GAINSExpectation GAINSExpectation
Expectation o f Improved ImprovedBankStatementOvercomes ImprovedBank ImprovedBank
BankStatementOvercomes BankStatementOvercomesUnfavorable Bank Stateme Statement nt Qvercom Overcomes OvercomesUnfavorable s sUnfavorable
Unfavorable NesGain5 NesGain5Average NewsGain5Average Sews Gains GainsAverage
Average OneHalf Point PointNEW PointNEW PointNEV
NEW YORK YORKDoc Doc 21 1Closethe Close The mar market mark markt ¬
ket k t today was moderately modurato1 active and andthare andthare andthere
thare were sorae fairly good gains es established estabUshed Ostabuslted ¬
tablished and held to the end despite despitea
a plethora of unfavorable opinions con concerning corcernlng concorning ¬
corning the future of the market and andnot andnot andnot
not a little bad news newsSome nowsSomo newsSome
Some of the most conservative opera operators operutors operators ¬
tors on the Street rAn an not see anything anythingIn
In the market either for the present or orthe orth orthe
the th Immodlate Immtl i to future They consider the theelimination theelimination theelimination
elimination of the short interest bad for forthe torthe forthe
the market as it removes the chief sup support support support ¬
port Whoa bad news turns the tide to toa toa toa
a severe recession Moreover money at atIS
16 per cent is not conducive to legitimate legitimateoperations legitlmatoperations legitlmatl3operations
operations More than this JiOOgoottw JiOOgoottwmust 1009QOOOOmust 1OQOUWmust
must come out of the banks within the tnonext UlOnext thenext
next two weeks in dividends Of course coursea
a large part of this will eventually ba bareinvested b brelme bretnveted
reinvested relme ted In securities but whether the theInvestment tileInve theInvet1nent
Investment Inve tment is mlide Immediately or In Insome InMtm Insome
some Mtm months to come is not so sure sureThe 8ureThe sureThe
The frequency with which Industrial Industrialfailure IndustrIalfaHurC8 industrialfailurq
failure dot the daily press is another anotherunfavorable anotherI
I unfavorable element elementIt elomentIt
It is difficult dlf cult In the face of those tho so con conditions conliUol16 Conditlons ¬
ditions to se why stocks should ShOW ShOWas
as good strength as they do doThe
The bank statement due In a few min minutes mm mmutes
utes Is not expected to show much muchchange muchchange
change from the trend of last week weekUnfavorable woolf woolfUnfavorable wcelUnfavorable
Unfavorable News NewsThe NewsTho NewsThe
The mornings mornlnjs s news brought tidings tidingsof
of failure of the Sheffield Shot eld Coal and Iron IronCompany IronComvant IronCompany
Company a fairly large Institution and andalso andal
also al 10 o of the J C Lyons Building Com Company Company Cornpany ¬
pany of New York Building opera operations operations operations ¬
tions In the city clt have practically ceased ceasednor CCtLsednor ceasednor
nor will they assume Umo their old propor proportions proportions propertions ¬
tions tions for some time It Is also in tho thopossibilities thopo theposelbilitles
possibilities po IbUities that downtown Now York Yorkwill Yorkwill Yorkwill
will not prove as attractive to builders buildersfor buildersfor buildersfor
for the reason retJI < n that the supply exceeds exceedsi excoodsthe exceedsthe
i the he demand tJem nd for offices and there Is Is1Oliabblo a asniiabble ascuabble
sniiabble for tenants tenantsThe tenantsrhe tenantsThe
The Distillers Company cut their theirdividend theirdh1dend theirdi1dend
dividend in two and is now a 2 per pertfnt pertnt perctnt
tfnt tnt sCock sfockThese sCockThese SCOCkThese
These are a few of the influences influencesJakey InnuencesJakey InfluencesJakey
Jakey Field was w the leader of the bulls bullsand buUsand bullsand
and while hlle they the met with some success successthey successtho succosethey
they tho were by no means entirely suc successful 8UCcentul successful ¬
cessful They Tho based their buying on the themaintained themaintained themaintained
maintained strength of two days and andthe andthe andthe
the expectation exp ctaUon of a materially better bettershowing bottershowlns bettershowing
showing from the clearing house hou asso association aS80elation assoelation ¬
elation ciationAfter elationAner elationAfter
After the opening the market did well welluntil weUunUl welluntil
until about 11 oclock when It became becameslow becameslow becameslow
slow and sagged a little coming strong strongagain stronGagain strongagain
again in the final hour and closing not notfar notfar notfar
far from top prices pricesthe prIcesA pricosA
A glance at the table will show tJat tJatthe t4atthe
the average Rains wore not more tn tnonehalf than tnKnonehalf thanonehalf
onehalf point but even this advance advancefollowirip adancefollowin advancefollowlng
followirip followin on the gains of the last two twodays twodas twodays
days n nes es the list materially materlall higher higherthan higherthan
than It was a week ago The best beststrength bestlItroosth besttrength
strength was as in Amalgamated Copper Copperand Copperand Copperand
and Smelter where the gains wore ex extended extended ¬
tended to t fr Delaware and Hudson Hudsonnot Hudsonnot Hudsonnot
not ene of the active leaders le ders however howevershowed h hjwovorshowed woor
showed a 2 points Improvement Great GreatNorthern GreatNorthern treatNorthern
Northern Northern Pacific and the thehighgrade thehighgrade thehighgrade
highgrade rails generally showed an anadvance anadance anadvance
advance of ota Reading was an excep exception exception excoption ¬
tion In this regard for the reason that thata
a short Interest was pushed into cover coverin coverIn coverIn
in this stock It opened at 94 5 and sold soldto soldto soldto
to 9S The Steels were steady stead and a aehade ashade 1 1shade
shade better betterNEW betterMAN betterAN
MAN AN HURLS BOMB BOMBENDANGERS B0BENDANGERS
ENDANGERS MANY MANYIN MANYIN
IN ENEMYS HOME HOMENEW
NEW YORK Dec 2L 21Recklessly Recklessly cn cndangerlng cn4angcring endangering
dangerlng tho lives of Innocent children childrenIn
In an apparent attempt to wreak Tenk ven vengenaco venKce vongenaco
genaco Kce on Angelo Frabicanti at 633 633First 633First 033p
p 1 First avenue an ai unidentified unldonti od miscreant miscreanttoday mlscreanttoday miscreanttoday
today exploded a bomb in the hallway hallwayof
of a flvestory tenement at that address addresswounding addresswounding addresswounding
wounding nearly a a score of persons and andtotally andtotally andtotally
totally wrecking tho first floor or the thebuilding thebuUdnjr thebuilding
buUdnjrThat buildingThat building I IThat
That no loss ot life occurred was re remarkable remarkable remarkable ¬
markable but the shock of the ex explosion explosion exploslon ¬
plosion was followed by such a panic panicin panIcIn panicIn
in the thickly settled neighborhood as astho aatho asthe
tho reserves of the East Thirtyfifth Thirtyfifthstreet Thirtyfilthstreet Thirtyfifthstreet
street station have not had to allay In Inmany Inmany Inmany
many E day Thousands of excited per persons pert pereons
t sons olad only In their night clothing clothingfilled clothingfilled clothingfilled
filled tho streets and only after the thestrongest thostrongest theStrongest
strongest persuasion could they the be in induced Induced Inducod ¬
duced to return to their homes they theyfeared theyfoared theyfeared
feared were were about to tumble around aroundtheir aroundtheir aroundtheir
their oars oarsJohn 0018John oarsJohn
John Dooley a night watchman In a abrewery abrowery abrewery
brewery at First avenue and Thirty Thirtyseventh Thirtyseventh Thirtyseventh
seventh street saw S W the bomb thrower throwerLoklng throwerLOklng throwerLoking
Loklng out of the windows he observed observeda
a man in a long light raglan coat coatlounging coatlountlng coatlounging
lounging at the Recreation Park In the thevicinity theIclnt thevicinity
vicinity Iclnt and saw him enter the hallway hallwayof
of the tenement come out and enter enteragain en enteragain tor tora
again a ln Then as Dooley turned away to topunch topunch topunch
punch his time clocks he heard the theroar theI theroar
I roar of tho bomb and the shrieks of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the terrified people peopleRESERVE peopleRESERVE peopleIIEEIIYE
RESERVE IN BANK BANKSHOWS BANKSSHOWS BAtSEIO8BIG
SHOWS EIO8BIG BIG INCREASE INCREASENEW 1NRA8NEW
NEW YORK YOR Doc 21 21The The weeklystatemont weeklyt weekly weeklystatement
statement of the banks showu tho fol following Iol10Ing following ¬
t
lowing changes changesReeorve ohangesResore changesPesorve
Reeorve on all deposit increase 8360 82601i
175 1i rosarvo 8arve on deposit other than thanUnited thanU thanUnited
U United Uod States increase 3823000 loans loansdecrease loansdecroaso loansdecrease
decrease 8531100 special Increases Incrcas 5 54J
4337800 4J > 7SOO legal tenders Increase 2169M 2ic 2169
400 deposits decrease 7371900 circu circulation circulation circulatlon ¬
lation increase Increa e 1661760 Total loans loansll644L800
1186446800 The statement shows that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the deficit of the banks had been re reducod redUCed reduced
dUCed to m7 31751000 1OC At this time last lastyear lastear lastyear
year ear there was a surplus of 32S0900 and andtwo andtwo
two years cars ago there was 81 a surplus of or41l of4IW400
4160400 4160400MANY 41l 4IW400MANY 400 400MANY
MANY PERSONS DROWN DROWNWHEN DROWNWHEN DROWNWHEN
WHEN BRIDGE COLLAPSES COLLAPSESALLAHABAD COLLAPSESALLAHABAD COLLAPSESALIAHABAD
ALLAHABAD India Dec 21 21A A new newjre newpontoon newpontoon
pontoon brIdge opened tOOa today at t the theunctlon theunct1on
unctlon hero or the Ganges and Jumna
Ihors 1 yore collapsed under the crowd 100 100t 00 00jre
jre re plunged Into the water and twenty tlentvN
t N drowned
I E f New York Y Stocks StocksQuotation StockQuotations I
1 +
Quotation furnished by Post Flags Flagsmember Plagarmembera Flaggmembers
member of New York Stock Exchange 1331 1331F 131F 1331F
F at U t nwJ nw
OpenHlghLovClcs OpenHlghLovClcsAmal OpenHIghLowCJoseAmal OpenHIghLowChoseAmal
Amal Copper 47 47 4 i2i 47V 47VAm 47 47Am 47YAm
Am Car F 3I 31U 31 31 31V4 31V4Am 31 31Am 3i4Am
Am Ice Sec 19 19 1914k 1 1854 181 18 19V 19 19Am 19Am
Am Loco 37Vi 37 37Am 371 37 37 37 37Am 3714
Am Smelt SmeltAm 73 74 72fc 72 7 7Am lI1fz
Am Smolt pfd 90 90 DO 90 90Am 90Am 90Am
Am Sugar 100 10i 1t 99 90i 100Ts 100 100Anaconda
Anaconda AnacondaAtchison 2 29 29 298J 28 294 29 29Atchison
Atchison 71 71i 72 71 7H 713k 71 7174
At Coast L 71 71 tt 1 71
Balto Ohio 82 8 82ft 82i 82 S iI S2 S
Bk Kpd tpd Trans 39V4 39 ½ 40 X 3 3D 3Ol
Can Pacific 151 151 15l3 4 151 151 ½
Cont Lr 16 16 16 16
Ches Ohio 30 4 30 301 30 tOY ½ 30
Ch G Wost 714 7 7M 7 7A 714 7 7 7P 7
C M JC St t P1043k T > 1liit ifti 11 109I 11 irvJ 10h A AColorado
Colorado Fuel 19 192 19 19 19
Colorado Southern 20V4 20 20 20V O 20i 20 20V1 90
Col Southern 1st pf 49 49 9 49 49
Delaware Hudson Hudson1H 1 144 ½ 145 144 145
Distillers Corp 30 30 27 29 ½
gro Erie 17 17 17 17
Erld Erib2dpf 2d pf 26 6 35 h 25 5 36
Gen Elcc 114 114 114 114
Gt Nor pfd 117 117 11 ½ 116 117 ½
Inter Metro MetroKansas 0 8 6 6 6a1s38
Kansas a1s38 C So 234 23 23i 24 23 23oS 23oS140uls 24
Louis Nash 93 9l 92 9 92 9 ½ 92 i
Max Cent 14 15 14 lH 14 14U1
Mp 110 JCTOJC K Tox 2S 26 26 2611 ½ 2R I
I Missouri Pac 40 80 49 50
Natl Nat Lead 40 40 40 40
N Y Central 95 96 94 9H4 95 9
N Y O West 31 31 31 31
Nor Pac 117 117 116 ½ 117
Northwest iso 1 136 iz 13 1 136
Pac Mall IaU 26 26Yz 2 281fa 26 262 26 262 262R
Penn R R it133 112 112 112 1124 4 112 1124 ½
Peoples Ga Gas 79 7DY 79 7M 79 i9 79
I Pr Steel Car 20 O 20 O 1JV IJ 19V 79f41 19
Reading 94 9 ½ 95 95Yr 91 JM
Rock 1 15 1S 1 16 1 15 1
Rock Rocklpfd I pfd 23 29 29 29
South Pac 74 74 7H 73 74
South Pac pfd pCdlli l g lOS 10S 1 105 8
Texas Pacific 30 30 30 20 O
T St L W pf 36 38 38h 3 35 36 361h
Union Pacific PacI Pacific113 118 119 11 118 11S
Union Pacific Pacl c pf u uU O > 80 0 30 O 81 81U 30 >
U S Rubb Rubber r rU 20 30 O 20 O 20 O
U S Steal 27 27 271 2 20 4 8R4 s sU
U S Steel pf 88 88WIs 81 8 SS 8S 8SWIs SSc
WIs Cent 14 14WIs 1414 14 14 14 14Wis 14Wis
WIs Cont pf 32 32MISCELLANEOUS 3 3 32 32 32 32ISCELLA 32MISCELLANEOUS
MISCELLANEOUS ISCELLA EOlTS BONDS BONDSU no DONDSU DS DSU
U S Steel Bs s SS SI1iI 84 S3 S3i 84 84Tob S4Tob 34riu
Tob 6s 94 94FEAR 9 94 94 94 94WANT
WANT riu riuFEAR U S TROOPS TROOPSFEAR
FEAR STATE STATEMiners GUARD GUARDMiners GUARDMiners
Miners Afraid Men Will Be BeDeported BeDeported BeDeported
Deported When Soldiers SoldiersChange SoldiersChange SoldiersChange
Change ChangeGOLDFIELD ChangeGOLDFIELD ChangeGOLDFIELD
GOLDFIELD Nov Ne Dec 2L 1Wlth 21Withthe 1Wlththe With Withthe
the definite knowledge that lIat tho Federal Federaltroops Fedoraltroops Federaltroops
troops stationed here are to be with withdrawn vltl1drawn withdrawn ¬
drawn December 30 by order of Presi President President Prosident ¬
dent Roosevelt the leaders of the th strik striking strikIng strikIng ¬
ing miners are preparing to protest protestagainst protestalnst pretestagainst
against such action They fear that thatafter thatafter thatafter
after the Federal troops have departed departedfrom departedtrom departedfrom
from the region State troops will take taketheir taketheir taketheir
their places placesI
I The miners fear the possible arrival arrivalI arrivalof
of State troops associating such action actionwith actionwith actionwith
I with anticipation of considerable trou trouI
I ble Tile State troops they say will willI willprecipitate m mI
I precipitate riot and bloodshed by de deporting deptrUng doporting ¬
I porting striking miners from the Gold GoldHeld Goldfield Coldfield
field reglonVas reglon as was the case in tho thoCouer thoCouer theCouer
Couer dAIene dAle 1 region regionPresident regionPresident regionPresident
President Roosevelt velt in ordering orderlntt orderIn the thetroops thetroops thetroop
troops from rom Goldfield Informed Goer Governor Goernor over overnor ¬
nor Sparks that he stands ready to see seethat K Kthat seethat
that the Constitutional Con tJtuUonal duty is carried carriedout carriedout carriedout
out but he does not propose pre that Fed Federal Federal Fedoral ¬
eral soldiers shall hall do police duty which whichshould whichshould whichshould
should be provided by State Legisla Leslslature Legislature Legislature ¬
ture tureWhile While WhII there has been quiet during the thethe thestay thestay
stay or the Federal troops In Goldtleld Goldtleldany Golditeldany
any attempt to rush Slate tron trons Into Intothe intothe
the mining region the strike leaders leaderssay endera enderasat eacierssay
say will surely result In great oot disorder disorderFederal disorderFederal disorderFederal
Federal Troops Ordered OrderedTo OrderedTo OrderedTo
To Leave Goldfield C Camp CampPresence mp mpPresence i iPresence
Presence Deemed Useless UselessThe
The President Presl ent has ordered that the theFederal theFederal theFederal
Federal troops be withdrawn from fromGolafield frontGolefleld rou rouGola
Golafield Gola eld This action follows the em emphatic emphaHc emphahic ¬
phatic stand taken by b the President PresidentIn
In telegrams to Governor Sparks in inwhich mwhich inwhich
which he suggests to that official that thatinasmuch t titinasmuch t I IInasmuch
inasmuch as no extra session of the thelegislature thelegislature thelegislature
legislature has been convened the thepowers tl1 tl1powers thepowers
powers already invested in the peace peaceofficers peaceofficers peaceotlicers
officers of the th State must bo adequate adequateto ad uate uateto
to preserve order at Goldfleld The ThePresident ThePresident ThePresident
President also informs the Nevada gov governor governOr governor ¬
ernor that it 13 not Intended that Fed Federal Federal Fedoral ¬
eral troops shall do police duty for fora fora fora
a a State StateIn StateIn StateIn
In this telegram tole m dated December 17 17he lit 17he
he requested that Governor Sparks show showfurther showfurther showfurther
I further cause if any an for keeping the thetroops thetroops thetroops
troops at Goldfleld Gold eld He called atten attention attontlon ittention ¬
tion to the fact that the troops have havebeen havobef havebeen
been bef > n In Goldfleld Gold eld ten days and that no notrouble notrouble notrouble
trouble had occurred as the th Federal Federalofllclals Federalofficials Federalofficials
officials had been led to believe was wasimminent wasImminent wasImminent
imminent when they were sent there thereGovernor thereGovornor thereGovernor
Governor Sparks neglected to reply to tothis tothols tothis
this telegram and yesterday the Presi President President President ¬
dent sent another calling attention to tothe tothe tothe
the fact fa < t that no reply had been re received received recelved ¬
ceived giving tng reason why the troops troopsshould troopsshould troopsshould
should be longer detained at Goldfield GoldfleldOn GoldfieldOn GoldileldOn
On the other hand the President said saidthe soldthe saidthe
the three representatives from the De Department Department Department ¬
partment of Commerce and Labor had hadreported hAdrcportod hadreported
reported that no disturbance was pend pending pendin peeding ¬
ing in which the State government could couldnot couldnot
not control and that furthermore no nosession 110session nosession
I session of the Legislature was contain contemplated contomplated containplated ¬
plated indicating that the present peace
facilities of the State are adequate adequateWON ndequateCOLTON udequateCOLTON
COLTON ESTATE ESTATEAnother ESTATESEEKS ESTATESEEKS450000
SEEKS SEEKS450000 SEEKS450000Another 450OOO 450OOOAnother
Another step In the litigation attend attending attendIng attending ¬
ing the collection and settlement of the theestate theestate theestate
estate of r the late Allen M Colton whodied whOdied who whodied
died in this city February 1905 wastaken was wastaken as astaken
taken when Charles A Douglas and andBralnard andBrainard andBrainard
Brainard W V Parker of Washingtoncollectors Washingtoncollectors Washington Washingtoncollectors
collectors for the estate secured an In Injunction Injunctlon injunction ¬
junction yesterday in the supreme court courtof courtor courtof
of New York preventing the Atlantic AtlanticSafe AtlanticSafe AtlanticSafe
Safe Deposit Company from from disposing disposingof
of certain securities worth about abouts aboutOOO about00o
s oooo ooooTho OOO OOOTho 00oThe
Tho securities are said to have been beenput beenput beenput
put in tho vaults of the New York Yorkcompany Yorkcompany Yorkcompany
company by Walter J I Barnett and andDavid andDayld andDavid
David J Walker The plaintiffs say
In their petition that They hey are areabout areabout areabout
about to begin be in action against Bart Bartnott Bnrtnett Bbrtnott
nott and Walker for the recovery of the thesecurities thesecurities thesecuriUes
securities whom they alleged removed removedtho removedtho removedthe
tho securities from a box in iho ho Ameri American American American ¬
can Security and Trust Company Com pan of ofthis otthis ofthis
this city It Is further alleged that the thesecurities thesecurlUes thesecurities
securities were at first placed with a atrust atrust atrust
trust company in San Francisco and andlater andlater andlater
later transferred to New York YorkJustice YorkJustice YorkJustice
Justice Davis of the supremo court courtof courtof courtof
of New York Issued a restraining restralnin or orbetiveen order ortier
tier pending ndlnii the hearing ot the 15SUO 15SUObelwten Issue Issuebetween
between the parties
WASHINGTON STOCKS STOCKSSLOW STOCKSSL0i
SLOW BUT STEMRailway STEADY STEADYRailw STEADYRailway
Railway Railw y and Electric Fur Furnishes Furni Furnishes ¬
nishes ni hes Practically Practic lly All AllTransactions AllTransactions AllTransactIons
Transactions TransactionsThere
There was a little more life und ac activity activIty actlvity ¬
tivity on the local Stock Exchange and anda
a material Improvement in the price for forWashington torWashIngton forWashington
Washington Railway and Electric Electricshares Eloctrlcshar08 Electricshares
shares and also for the few shar SIiarAs harAs s of ofCapital orCapital ofCapital
Capital Traction that changed hands handsSales handsS handsSiJes
Sales S es of 100 shares sh res of Washington Washiut 1n Rail Railway Raili Bailwy ¬
i way w and Electric were made > it vt 62C63 62C63the 6 6263thte C 63 63the
the outside price for the buk of the thestocks thestocks thestocks
stocks stocksA stocksA stocksA
A small amount amo nt of Capital Traction Tractionshares Tractionshares Tractionshares
shares sold at 124 A tenihare lot of ofMvgenthalor otM ofMrgenthaler
Mvgenthalor M genthaler brought 187 187This 187This 137This
This was the extent of the transac transactions transaclions transactions ¬
tions In stocks stocksBond 8toCI stocksBond < 5 5Bond
Bond sales to the extent O tent of 10000 10000par 10000pr 10000par
par value were reported reporte The current currentprices currontIrlces currentprices
prices wore 73C721 7 7272 for Washington WashingtonRailway WashingtonRailway VJhlngtonRaUwa
Railway RaUwa and nd Electric Vs s at th the < j open opening oponIng openIng ¬
ing with a rise to 73 and ToH To for the thefinal th th11nal thefinal
final figure figureThe figureThe flguresThe
The rest re of the stock and bond list listwas UstWIIS listwas
was entirely enUrel nominal Stockholders Stockholderswore Stockholderswer Stockholderswere
wore wer < not pressing their securities to toa toa toa
a a sale Ie nor was there th re any evidence of ofmanipulation ormanlpulAtbn ofmanipulatba
manipulation in n the market It was vasentirely as asenUrel
entirely enUrel normal and the quietness quletnQ S la lamore 1 1more ismore
more than likely to be the chief chie char characteristic charactarlstlc characteristic ¬
acteristic for many a a day dayWashington dayt dayWasu1ngt0
t 1 1l
l Washington Prices PricesWashington PricesVashingtur 1 1rashlngtor
Washington Railway and Electric 4s 4sCapital 4sl00Qj72
1000672 looot12 1000e S00P oootP oootP7y
7y 7 ½
Capital apltal Traction 2 2124 124 6 1ioflJ14 1ioflJ14Vashlngton 5P124Washington 151 151Washington
Washington Railway and Electric pre preferred preferred proerred ¬
ferred loera v loea l l0 O1 a i0t3 iw 10V4 t DOrcUi DOrcUiIerlenthaler bGipi3Mergenthaler > ov s
Ierlenthaler IVV IVVAfter IO SS7 SS7Ington lSl lSlAfter
After call Va ashington hlngton Ington Railway and andElectric andElectric andElectric
Electric Va s oOO ojlf73 0073 73 0071 10QU0 10QU01COO 10IJ0fIjl 10IJ0fIjGAS 10uZ 10uZlc0072 <
1COO l lc0072 772
GAS BONDS
BW Asked AakadWashington AskedWashington ukedWashlnltton
Washington Gas 4 4s 91 1 1Wah 1Wash 106 106Wash
Wash Gs Ja Cert 6s 11 1 1RAILROAD 1RAILROAD 116 116RAILROAD
RAILROAD DODO BOXDSCapital BO DODOcapital DI5 DI5Capital
Capital Traction Va s llt 114t 111 111Anacostla 111COfI 111Anacoetla
Anacostla COfI ar a l Potomac m ra 11 SH SHColumbia 4 4City
= u uCelumb
City and eiburbea Vs 90 554k 554kColumbia
Columbia Celumb Bs IsColumble MC MtH MtHColumbia 3I 3IColumbia
Columbia 6s MS WT WTMetropolitan 1 1Metropolitan tsrMetropolitan < <
Metropolitan Vm MK 1CQS 1CQSWashlnKton 100 100VJUbtnltton 106Washington
Washington Ry aad Bt Elee 4s s 7S m 76 76Potomac 71MISCELLAlBOUS 76MISCLtANEOUS
MISCELLAlBOUS BO ONDL ONDLPotomac Dii DiiPotomac
Potomac Else Lt Vs s 97 97Norf Je JeNor 352Norf
Norf and Wash Steamboat SteamboatCke ls Wtt WttChMO 356Ckeso
ChMO Cke and Pot Telephone s Ml MlWashington 1 < < 1f 1fWaablngtoft 144 144Washington
Washington Market Last Ss s 117 1I M4H M4HWashington IH IHWaah1R 154Washington
Washington Waah1R Market rs 1 s 147 unPUBLIC Ml MlPUBLIC 111Pirsuc
PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS STOCKSCapital STOCKSs STOCKSCapltal
Capital Traction IS ISWash 1 1Wash 1Wash
Wash s Ry and Etec Iee com comWash m 55 35 35Wash
Wash Ry and Klc pf KK KKNorfolk I 52 6 6Norfolk 04 04Norfolk
Norfolk and Wash Steamboat W WWashington 3M 3H 3HublngtoD 335Washington
Washington ublngtoD Gas GasGeorgetown 11 71Georgetown 11lIetoD
Georgetown lIetoD Gas GasI G s W WCheea 95Chess
I Chess and Pot Telephone S4 S4Gt 5 5Gt 4 4Gt
Gt Falls and Old Destinies tB 97 97TYPE rTTPE 57TTPE
TTPE MACHINE MACHL STOCKS STOCKSMergntialer STOCKSMergenthaler
STOCKS167
Mergntialer M7H M7HLanston 167 1S1 1S1Laaston 175 175Lanstou
Lanston 9 9MINING SMINING
MINING STOCKS STOCKSGreene STOCKSGreene STOCKSGreene
Greene Canaaea S SMltcboll 5t6 6 6dlteMn 6Mitchell
Mitchell H HV
1 V MitchellNATIONAl NATIONAl A IONAL BANK STOCKS STOCKSCapital STOOI STOCKSCap4tal 1 1Capttal
Capital CapitalCity CapttalCIty 355 335 335City
City CityColumbia e 111 111ColuMbia 315ColuMbIa
ColuMbiaC Columbia a aCommercial 355 355Commercial
Commercial CommercialFarmers C CommercialFarmers nHft enlel enlelFanners
Farmers and Mechanics MechanicsLincoln leeIK1 I IIJncoln 306 151 151Lincoln
Lincoln 1 1Metropolitan IS 111 111Ietropolttaa 115Metroohttaa
Metropolitan MetropolitanRlRK 3M 3MRigg 305Riggs
RlRK 5 fit fitSecond 50Second
x 1
S Second coad coadWashington 1J8 1J8lIIhtD 355 355lvashlngtoe
Washington WashingtonWashington lIIhtD < < tOR 304 41t 41tWaJlbtagtoft 41 41Washington
Washington Exchange ltt lttTRUST 116TRUST It ItTRUST
TRUST COMPANY STOCKS STOCKSAmerican STOCKSAmerican STOCKSAmerkn
American Sec and Tn ornet ornetNatlooal t tNational 155 155National
National Safe IIS IISUnlen 1 JtIi JtIiUnlen 1 1Unlen
Unlen Trust llMi llMiWashington 134 1Jl 1JlWaablncton 131Washington
Washington Loan and Trust TrustSAVINGS TnIKSA 215 215SAVIiG5
SAVINGS SA VI G5 BANK STOCKS STOCKSHome STOCKSHorne STOCKSHome
Home Saving Savlnp 3M 3MMerch 354Merch 114Ierch
Merch Meek lech Savings 14 14Union 14Union 14Union
Union Savings SavingsFIRE BavlngFIRE 315 215 215FIRE
FIRE INSURANCE STOCKS STOCKSArlington STOCKS STOCKSArlington STOCKSArlington
Arlington ArlingtonColumbia S 35 35Columbia 36Columbia
Columbia ColumbiaCommercial 1t 11 11I 11Commercial
I Commercial CommercialCorcoran C9I merc1 merc1i S SCoreoran
i Corcoran 74 74Firemens i4I 74Firemens
I Firemens Mft MftFranklin 11 11I 15Franklin
I Franklin W WGerman ItI 15German
German G nnan American AmerieBetropoHtan 268 268Metropolitan
I Metropolitan MetropolitanPeoples etropoHtanpeople 16 16Peoples
Peoples people 1 1Potomac 6 i G GI 5Potomac
I Potomac 77 77Rlffgs 7 31 31I 35Riggs
Rlffgs R1 nS 755 755TITLE 7 S 8TITL33
TiTL TITLE INSURANCE su i ST STOCKS STOCKSColumbia STOCKSColumbia c cC
I
Columbia ColumbiaReal C tumbla 3j Ii IiEstate 5iteal
Real Estate EstateI EstateIonSCELLA EstateMISCELLANEOUS
I MISCELLANEOUS IonSCELLA BOUS STOCKS STOCKSI STOCKSraphophone STOCKSrapbepbone
I Jraphaphone com comGraphophone comGraphopbon 40 40Graphophone
Graphophone pf pfFidelity t tFldellt 01 01Fidelity
Fidelity Fldellt Storage llfl llflSecurity fll 115 115Secudt 131Security
Security Secudt Storage 176 176Washington 20G 20GWaahlngton 200Washington
Washington Market IS ISUnion ISUnion 13Union
Union Trust Warrants 118 118SECRETARY U6 12 12SECRETARY 123 123SECRETARYTAFT
SECRETARY SECRETARYTAFT SECRETARYTAFTAND TAFT TAFTAND TAFTAND
AND UNCLE JOE JOEAT JOEAT JOEAT
AT WHITE HOUSE HOUSEContinued HOUSEContinued HOUSEContinued
Continued from First Page Pacethe Pagethe i ithe
the Union Station and was surrounded surroundedby
by a group rf his friends wl had hadgathered hadgathered hadgathered
gathered to welcome him home homeHo homeHe homeHo
Ho was absent fifteen weeks and in inthat Inthat inthat
that time traveled around the world worldcovering worldcovering worldcovering
covering a distance of about 30000 miles milesaveraging milesuvoraglng milesaveraging
averaging 300 miles a day da Neverthe Nevertheless Nevertheless Nevertheless ¬
less he showed no signs of fatigue had hada hada hada
a fine fin color and looked the picture of ofheaLi orheaLl ofhiea
heaLi heaLiAmong heaLlAmong hiea t tAmong
Among those who met him it the sta station station station ¬
tion were Mrs Irs Victor Metmlf Met t Gen GenRobert GenUobert CanRobert
Robert Shaw Oliver Assistant Secre Secretary Socretary Secretar ¬
tary tar of War Assistant Secretary SecretaI of ofState otState ofState
State Huntington Wilson Assistant Ar lstant Sec Secretary SPCretary 5cretary ¬
retary of the Treasury Buchanan Win Winthrop Winthrop VJn VJnthrop
throp Brig Gen James B Aleshire AleshlreQuartermaster AleshireQunr AleshireQuartermaster
Quartermaster Qunr ermnster General Gener of the army armyFaul armyFl1ul armyFaCI
Faul Carlton lacr la officer of the Bureau Bureautt BuroouInsular Bureauf
tt f Insular Affairs Capt William M MWright MWrIght MWright
Wright secretary of the chief of the thearmy thebrmy thehirmy
army general stall stat John S So Schofleld Schofleldchief Scho Schofieldchief eld eldchlet
chief clerk of the War Department DepartmentLieut 1epartmentLieut epnrtmentLieut
Lieut Com Cleland Davis acting ctlng chief chiefof chleoC chief chiefof
of the Naval Bureau Bure u of Equipment and andWendell andVendell andWendell
Wendell Mlschler 11 schier confidential dark to tothe tothe tothe
the Secretary Secretr of War WarTalks WarTalks Var VarT
Talks T With President PresidentT
T o Secretary Secr tary arrived arrlv at his homo homoIn homoIn homein
In K street about C45 oclock At 10 10oclock 10oclock 10oclock
oclock he had a long confidential talk talkwith talkwith talkjth
with jth the President at the White hlte House HouseBefore HouseD3fore HouseBefore
Before going there however how cr he talked talkedto talkedto talkedto
to a a number of newspaper nespa r men telling tellingthem tellingthem tollingthem
them ho had assured the Filipinos that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the Philippines could not expect indo Independence IncJGpendence indopendenco ¬
pendence for at least another genera generation ScueraUon generation ¬
tion He refrained from discussing his hisaudiences hlJaudiences hisaudiences
audiences with the Mikado and the Czar Czarsaying Cznrsaying Czarsaying
saying no particular political signifi significance slgnJUcane signiftcance ¬
cance attached to t them themTaft thomTaft thornTaft
Taft Leads Leadstr it Michigan MichiganGovernor MichigaGovernor Micl gau gauGovernorOut
Governor Governor GovernorOut Out ut for fort Secretary SecretaryDETROIT SecretaryDElROIT SecretaryDETROIT
DETROIT Mich Dec a 21Go 21Governor 21GovernorWarner Governor GovernorWarner rnor rnorWarner
Warner has issued a formal statement statementdeclaring statomentdeclaring statementdeclaring
declaring himself in favor of Secretary Secretaryof
of War rar Wllilam H Taft for tho Re Republican Rei Hopublican ¬
i publican nomination for President PresidentA Presld nt nti
i A st staw aw vcte of twenty twentyCour four counties countiesthe countiesthe countiesthe
the most mo t densely populated of the State Stateshows Stateshows Stateshows
shows Ce C Cretary rotary Taft has an over overwhelming oerwhelming overwhelmlng ¬
whelming Mud l ui over Hughes his closest closestcompetitor closestcompeUtor closestcompetitor
competitor and Jid that Cannon Fair Fairbanks Pairbanks Fairbanks ¬
banks La FolleUe o1le4te Root Cortelyou Cortelyouand Cortelyouanti I
and KnB Knox ara sue sacwod wed under UI1dart
t
WASHINGTON PRODUCE PRODUCEHARKET PRODUCEMARKET PRODUCEMARXET
MARKET HARKETThere MARKETThere MARXETThere
+
There was another development ol olstrength orstrength ofstrength
strength in the local produce market marketthis markotth1s marketthis
this morning and although there was wasunusual wasunusual wasunusual
unusual activity In all departments departmentsprices departmentsprices departmentsprices
prices remained practically the same as asyesterdays asyesterdays asyesterdays
yesterdays yesterdaysTurkeys yesterdaysTurkeys yesterdaysThrkeys
Turkeys advanced half a cent on ondressed ondres8od ondressed
dressed dres8od stuff Receipts of all grades of ofpoultry orpoultry ofpoultry
poultry and of green fruits frutsegetabl vegetablesand vegetables vegetablesand s sand
and game gaIn was very good orith Uh the pos possible pOsslblo peasiblo ¬
sible exception of quail TivaJs rivals of ofwhich otwhich ofwhich
which were hardly suftlclen t 0 > meet an anactive anactive anactive
active demand for all classes > f birds birdsThe birdsThe birdsThe
The best Virginia butter which was wasup wasnp wasL1
up L1 one point Int yesterday dropped again againto againto againto
to 32 and 33 cents centspe pe pound while whilesouthwest WhU WhUJ4outhwost whilesouthwest
southwest Virginia Vlrgin a stock went up 1 1cent 1cent 1Virginia
cent centEggs centEggsFresh
Eggs EggsFresh Fresh Virginia 33fJS3c strictly strictlyfresh strictlyfrest strictlyfresh
fresh S TV Va 3132c 31 2c storage storageCieoseN 19 19Chcose cL cLSeN
Chcose CieoseN SeN N Y factory large UW UWtlats It Itdata 1tirctints >
data 16c small snu l 1617ttc 1617 c fair to good good12JlSc good12j12c
12JlSc 12JlScButter 121 12j12cButterWestern jlSc jlScBulterWostern
Butter BulterWostern Western first 210S2c sec seconds seconds seeonds ¬
onds 2527c process fancy 25C2Cc fair fairto ralrto fairto
to good 2J22e rzt dairy choice 20fiUc 20fiUcttore 20tJcitore c c1tore
ttore packed fresh 19 195J20C 195J20CPOULTRY 190CPOULTRY Oc t tPOULTRY
POULTRY POULTRYTurkeys POULTRYrurJo POULTRYFureysI4ve
Turkeys rurJo FureysI4ve ysLle Live per pound toms 14S 14S15c 1411a l4Zf15c
15c LPJS He Chickens ChickensLive Ldve per pound pound13c poundI pound1fancy
1fancy Ian y Jargel3f13 1arge1S13C c medium llCi i1csrna1l i1csrna1lI Bmall Bmall3c
I I 13c 3c hens lOc roosters To ToLive uucks uucksLhe uucksLive
Live per pound spring 10011C l llc Gces GcesS Gc Gc8C1c Geese Geese8O1c
S 8C1c > lc keats 1012c Turkeys TurkeysDress TurkeysDressed Dress Dressed ¬
ed per p r pound pound hens undrawn liv 1415c 1415caverage 141Dcaverage c caverage
average undrawn He old toms He HeChickens HeChIckens 14cChickens
Chickens ChIckens Dressed large 12013ftc 12013ftcsmall 121J13 ½ c csmall csmall
small I8c 13 C hens choice 13c roosters roostersc roost r8 r8be
be > c ducks lagMc OOHcj 114c geese 1213c 1213cURiJSN 12t 1213cURIEN 13c 13cRlE
URiJSN RlE FRUlTb AND VEUKTABLKS VEUKTABLKSApples vE 1TBL1S 1TBL1SApplls ITABLESApples
Apples per bbl bbtYor Tori I Ipacked ImtCi ImtCipacked Imieripacked <
I packed 250400 Vine Sap 350LS0 350LS0Iancy 25 5O < HBU50 HBU50bancy I1 O Olancy
bancy Table 33SOg600 U 35060U OO Sp Spi > J3Z5 J3Z5loose U4 U4loose 3 3looe
loose packed L76fla2l L Cranberries Cranberriesper
per box 200J22S Grape fruit Plot Florida r PlotIda lor lorIda ¬
ida S00 3leej4 4511 II Dran rrn ranes es iTlorUli llort l L3W8 5taft 5taftJLEOftS
350 Walnuts lb 4jtC potatoes bbL bbLfL bbLLL02
JLEOftS fL LL02 sweet potatoes bbl jiUW1 jiUW1yams tW76 tW76yams fJJC i i3ams
yams bhl 525063 25Ot 250 S Cabbage 100 150 w wtH
tH 4 Cucumbers bu UOO45I 400450 Onions Onionsbu onionsbu Onionsbu
bu TStfSSc Celery crate 3504 350 Squash SquashFlo SquashFla SquashFIn
FIn per basket JlWtflSO Beans p Pbaket ps psbasket = r rbasket
basket J250fi300 Egg plants plantsd per nor r crate crateJL759J200 crataL75tOO crateL7500
JL759J200 Peppers crate L26 L 1m250 1m250GRAIN J2W J2WGRAIN 2t 2tGRAU
GRAIN GRAINWheat GRAUWheatCholco GRAINWheatChoice
Wheat WheatCholco Choice JLOOM08 LOOiU fair to good good95ettJ100 good95ctt100 good95etLU0
95ettJ100 ordinary 9DClc 9DClcRye OueelcCrne1ICd c cRyeSOO9Oc
Rye RyeSOO9Oc RyeSOO9OcCornShelled 09800 09800Corn
Corn CornShelled Shelled white 61 01c 62 6c ° shelled shelledyellow IIhelledyellow shelledyellow
yellow tQSfflo tQSffloNew 8IJUINew I051i I051iNew
New corn cotnEar Bar J3OOSJ3lt J3OOSJ3ltOats 300oQ318Oauutern 30V31IOathWestern
Oats Oauutern Western white No 2 57 5i0C 5i0Cmixed < 3 1JCC 1JCCmlxoo 0c 0cmixed
mixed 56 5i1 SbtlMc SbtlMcHayTImothy > i8c i8cHaTlmothy 8c 8cHay
Hay HaTlmothy Timothy Westorn No 1 Jl700iJ Jl700iJ1SOO S170Qf I
1SOO Western No 2 J16a l606i700 IJoW100 > 8 1700 West Western Wostern Westem ¬
ern em mixed J1650156a J1650156aGAME m 15501650GAME O1550 O1550GAME
GAME GAMERfibblt GAMERabbit GAMERebbiti
Rabbit per dos Jl25flC50 kits per perdozen perdozen perdozen
dozen 76cJL26 15cCnL Quail per dozen J260S J260SS5 S 250
S5 350 ereall per dozen Jl60 150 Pheasants Pheasantseach Pheasantseach Pheasantseach
each 90cV12fi Wild turkeys ITfpOc ITfpOcSquirrels 17fr 17frSqulrreb 17I 0c 0cSquirrels
Squirrels each Be c Opowums each eachlfiwc eachl540c
15 lfiwc 40c Woodcock each 30840C 30840CLIVE 304140cLIVE Oc OcLIVE
LIVE STOCK STOCKCattle STOCKCattleExtra STOCKCattleEntra
Cattle CattleExtra Extra per cwt J400Q450 J400Q450butcher 400tJ4SObutchr 400tj450butcher
butcher per cwt J325ea50f Z2625 325t8 common commonper commonper commonper
per cwt JLIOIP200 L50200 Hogs Ho HogsIer Per cwt cwtgross cwtro cwtgre
gross gre ro iOOJ55 50V 0525 526 ordinary V pet cwt J45t J45ttJLU ISt ISttilW
tilW tJLU Sherp Shefpcllpper clipper J40U UIO common commonI28 commonft commonItSI
I28 ft Lambs LambsSpring Spring choice 8Va67c ms msdium mtdlum niidiuni
dium SWSSc ic Calves CalvesPrime Prime per lb 8 8medium 8medium 8niedium
medium per or lb lPAc 7 c grass p pr prlb perlb < jr jrlb
lb 41WC 44c e c Cowa CovnPrIr1e Prime freih each enohUOftiO eaoh4043I
40950 common each 20fl30 3 old and anddry antIdry anddry
dry JHiW tIH
JHiWDRESSED
DRESSED MET MEATCalves METCalvfsFJll METCalvesFull
Calves CalvfsFJll Full dressed 91 WlUe llc Hog Hogdressed Ho Hodressed Hogdressed
dressed calves 9Yi 9o 910c < j JIIOc > lOc Hanis HamsC4 HamsCountry HamsCountrysugar Country CountryBuear > uDtry uDtrySUJ8r
sugar cured 13 l3tJ1l5c 15c HORS Hows8maU Small and andneat andDEat andneat
neat per cwt 77c medium 67c 67cMITCHELL 670MV G7coLv3
MV oLv3 ti 1Mc 1McMITCHELL c cI
MITCHELL BETTER BETTERWILL BETTERWILL BETTERWILL
I
WILL BE INVALID INVALIDREST INVALIDREST iNVALIDREST
REST OF HIS LIFE LIFEContinued LIFECnitlnued LIFEContinued
Continued from First Page Pageinto PageIto Pageinto
into miners min rs headquarters today Many Manyof Manyof any anyor
of them simply said Give my love to toour toour toour
our John How is lie seT To all he is isknown 18known isknown
known as John None one call him Mr MrMitchell MrMltchoU MrMitchell
Mitchell All want wantnot not to bo remem remembered remembered remainbered ¬
bered to him hlmtbelr their love given en to toJohn toJobn toJohn
John JohnA JobnA JohnA
A special delivery dollYIt letter was deliv delivered delivered dclivered ¬
ered to Mrs Mitchell at the modest modesthome modesthome modesthome
home in Spring Valley Ill this morn mornIng mrnIng morning
Ing The letter while telling of Mitch Mltchoils MltcboIls Mitchoils
oils illness also told Mrs 113 Mitchell Mitchellthat MltcheUthat Mitchellthat
that the wish of her life had been grati gratified gratified gratifled ¬
fied by the action of her husband who whoin whoIn ho hoIn
in what he believed to be his dying dyingmoments dlngmoments dyingmoments
moments embraced tho Catholic faith faithThe faithThe faithThe
The letter was as written by b Father Kit KitHan KUlRn Ku Kusan
Han lRn who ho administered tin th lat Iqt sac sacraments sacraments sacraments ¬
raments to the miners leader yes yesterday yesterday es esterda ¬
terday terda After President Mitchell has hasfurt hasrurther hasfurther
furt further her recovered he will be received receivedntt receivedInt receivedint
Int ntt < > full communion In the church churchWhile churcllVhae churchWhle
While Mitchells family are Roman RomanCatholics RomanCathoUs RomanCatholics
Catholics he had h d never been taken takeninto takenInto takeninto
into the church He has always be believed beJleed behieved ¬
lieved In the faith however and he hefrequently itetrequently liefrequently
frequently said to his friends that when whenthe who whothe whenthe
the end came he desired to die as his hlawife hbwife hiswife
wife and children have hav lived lIveddeout devput
Catholics CatholicsRULING CatholicsRULING CatholicsRULING
C
RULING ON GAS IN N Y YCOURT YCOURT YCOURTDANGER
COURT COURTDANGER DANGER SIGNAL SIGNALContinued SIGNALContinued SIGNALContinuedirom
Continued Continuedirom tram First Page Pageenforcement Pageenforcement Pageenforcement
enforcement of the SOcent gas law and andalso anc1also andalso
also states that too t the gas case is to ba l ltried >
tried as an equity action instead of a acommon acommon acommon
common law case caseThe caseThe caseThe
The two points that stand out in tho
decision are that Judge Hough thinks thinksthe thinksthe thinksthe
the 5 per cent profit which the com companies conpanle cainpanie ¬
panies could make confiscatory and andthat andthat andthat
that thatThe
The legislative power was by the thostatute thestatute thestatute
statute creating the gas commission
improperly and am unlawfully delegated to tothat tothat tothat
that body bodyChairman bodyChairman bodyChairman
Chairman Willcox of ortbe the Public Utili Utilities 131111ties ¬
ties Commission when seen last night nightat nightat nightat
at his home said saidWe MIdVe saidWe
We Ve assume that there will be an ap ¬
peal jf there Is that of course makes
it impossible for the Utilities Commis Commission CommissIon Commisslon ¬
sion to interfere If however there thereshould thereshould
should not be an appeal to the United
I States Supreme e Court the matter will
then lhen be presented pr ented to the commission commissioner
for or action actionJudge actlonJudge actionJudge
Judge Hough has simply decided that thatcertain thatcertain thatcertain
certain acts of the gas commission are areunconstitutional areunconsUtutional areunconstitutional
unconstitutional He has not decided decidedthat decitJedthat decidedthat
that the commission itself was uncon unconstitutional unconstitutionaL unconstitutlonal ¬
stitutional If I he had made such a de decision decIsion docision ¬
cision the Legislature might as well go goout goout goout
out of business That point has been
left in abeyance abeyanceMaster nbeyancMaster abeyanceMaster
Master Arthur Masten had flxfj fix the thetangible thetanglblo thetangible
tangible assets of the companies at S3
357000 of which J20000000 was allowed
for franchises and good will Judge
Hough decides there is no good ood will
Involved and that 559000000 covers the thetangible thetangible thetangible
tangible and Intangible assets on which whichthe whichth whichthe
the th profit would be not less than 33 3
030000 annually annual1 or less than 6 per cent centNothing centNothing centNothing
Nothing is said about the likelihood of ofthe otthe ofthe
the profits exceeding 3030000 which whichwould whIchwould whichwould
would result in a greater profit than than6per
6 6per per cent centThere centThere centThere
There was groat glee in the camp of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Lighting trust over the decision decisionand declsl declaignand n nnnd
and the press agent sent words of praise praisefollowing pralsefollowing praisefollowing
following in the thewal wake e of Julgo Houghs Houghsfindings Houghsflndlng5 Houghsfindings
findings In part the trusts trust statement statementvoiced statementvoiced statementvoiced
voiced through its lawyers is as fol follows follcws follows ¬
lows lowsJudge Judge Houghs very ery able opinion re requires reQuires requires ¬
quires no comment from us except to tosay tosay tosay
say that it sustains the contention which whichthis whichtbls whichthis
this company has h s made In the teeth of ofhostile othostUe ofhostile
hostile legislation and in some Instances Instancesmisrepresentation Instancesmisrepresentation instancesmisrepresentation
misrepresentation that the statutory statutoryprice statutoryprice statutoryprice
price of gas as fixed by the Legislature Legislatureof
of New York was so conflscatory as to toviolate toIolato toviolate
violate the companys constitutional constitutionalrights constitutionalrights constitutionalrights
rights We are especially gratified that thutthe lhatI thatthe
the validity aUdlt of our franchises is also alsorecognized alsorecognized alsorecognized
recognized and that their reasonable reasonablemoney reasonablemoney reasonablemoney
I money value is also o taken into account accountin accounti accounttermlnlng accountin
in i determining what Is a a reasonable
OPEN STRON STRONft BOX BOXfiNO BOXFIND
FIND CAPUZAYAS CAPUZAYASTITLE CAPUZAYASTITLE
TITLE TO MiNES MiNESThe
The safety box rented from a local localtrust localtruet localtrust
trust company by the Capuzaya Mining
Company was opened In the offices of ofthe o othe othe
the firm this morning In the presence presenceof
of Attorney John E Laskey the tem temporary temI ternporary ¬
porary receiver and four others ap appointed appointed appointed ¬
I pointed by the court Its contents contentswhich oontontswhich contentsWhich
which wore alleged to have been mis misappropriated m1sapproprlated misappropriated ¬
appropriated through an error by the thecompany thecompany thecompany
company in charge of them were wer found foundto foundto foundto
to be intact intactThe IntactThe intactThe
The box contained the most Important Importantpapers Importantpapers Importantpapers
papers belonging to the defunct mining mlnln mlnlncorporatlon m1ninj m1ninjcorpOration
corporation They were the original
title deeds to mining lands owned by byofficial
the company In Mexico Including one ne
trUe deed to the mIning claim of the
San Vicente and Capuzaya Company Is
sued by the Republic ot Mexico and
signed by the PresIdent ot Mexico
official copies of three deeds conveying
these V1 same mining claims to Stafforth Stafforthi Statl < tth
Co and three official copIes copi ot deedll deed
conveying them to the Capuzara Mining
i Company GilyV0Sl one otUclnl ° clttl copy of the recti rectiiSfe
iSfe heathen ot ° 4iX the boundAries 1 at ° the San SaaMr
Baltazar mIning claim
Mr Laskey Laske after finding the contents contentsofficers
Intact took a lIst or the papers and
had them placed In another box belong
Ing to the same trust compan company under
his hi name They will bo ot the utmost
Importanve lmportan In clearIng up the alleged
dofalcatlon defalcatio and embezzlement by the
officers of Ofthe the Capuzaya Capuzayac CapuzayacFJOTE Company CompanyPTEEN CompanyFpURTEEN
PTEEN FJOTE NEW tEI CLERKS GLEBKSThe CLERKSFOR E8 E8FOEIOII1O
FOR FOEIOII1O WEIGHING MAIL MAILThe
The Postoffice Department
today an ¬
nounce I the appointment of fourteen ad ¬
ditional olerks for service In connection
with the special weighing of the mails
They will be employed in the Bureau
of the Second Assistant Postmaster
Gen General G3l1oral GaitOral ¬
oral and receive JSW S4O per annum
The clerks appointed today toda aa a Leroy
T Gravatte Mrs AJwilda U B Peake
Miss l1S9 Otis R Nelson Miss M18El1falY 3iary P shal shaland
lenberger Mrs Mary E Martin Miss
3larian R Livingston of t the Dlstrlt
and William T 1 Ferguson Fergu on and Miss
Agnes C FltsSlmmons New York Wi Wiand 11
Ham E LoVEjOy 11 Miss Nor Y CJowe
and Alton Money Virginia Gath P
I Freeman 4recman Indiana Miss MI Daisy J J Loom om omI
Is Connecticut and 3iis 11s Faulle Pitts
I Maryland MarylandSOCIETY l1 MarylandSOCIETY rland rlandSOCIETY
SOCIETY ENJOYS ENJOYSTHE ENJOYSTHE ENJOYSTHE
THE GLEE CLUB CLUBContinued CLUBC CLUBContthuedfrom
Continued C Contthuedfrom ntlnued from Fourth Page Pageliaml PageDr PageDr
Dr c w WNeedham Needham W and Mrs Need NeedJustice Ne d
liaml
ham hamJustice ham
hamJustice
Justice and Mrs Irs Seth Shepard
Mrs John Stcverw StcverwMrs StovelWMn StcveniMrs
Mrs Nicholas Anderson
Mrs Falrchlld FalrchlldMr Falrcb11dMr Falrcij FalrcijMr
Mr and nd Mrs rs Charles J BelL
Mr Ir ant an < < Mrs and nd Miss i Boardman
Colonel and Mrs Bronvnreli
Mr and Sirs rs Thomas Gaff
General awl ar Mrs 113 Gilleeple Gilleeplev
l Dr > r and Mrs GoId Goldsboroijg borOug
Mr Wendell cf Phillips S C D C
Mrs v Irs Stafford StaffordMrs StaaurdMrs StaffordMrs
Mrs Elizabeth Wallbridge Vallbrl go and nd Mrs
BrIggs BrIggsMr BriggeMr BrlggsMr
Mr and Mrs Theodore Noycs oyes
Mr Ir and Xrs Thomas Nayes
Mr and Mrs I IMrs Isaac Thomas Mann MannMrs MannMrs rnn
Mrs Mark Hanna entertained at t din ¬
ner ier last evening in her home on Six ¬
teenth street streetViscount streetViscount streetViscount
Viscount and Viscount ViscountCorcoran Vl V1scounog eounte HourI de
Slbour have taken as A apartment In I 141
Corcoran street for the winter winterMr winterMr inter interMr
Mr Frank B Whltaker of Seattle
Wash is spending his hJ holidays boUda with his
family at 1421 1 U street streetMrs streetMrs StreetMrs
Mrs A T Hofheimer Hofhelmnerof of Norfolk Va
Is the guest of her sister Mrs Carl Car Carl Yai
Auerbach AuerbachHarry AuerbachHnry AuerbachHarry
Harry Hollander and andirvin Irvin Hollander
have returned from a trip tt to > New York Yorkand Yorkand Yorkand
and Norfolk Va VaMisa ValU8 VaMiss
Miss Dora Schlffman who attends the
Greensboro Female College at Greens ¬
boro N C is Isspendint spending the holidays holidayswith holidayswith holidayswith
with her parents Mr and Mrs Joseph
Schlffman of Harvard street streetMiss streetlI1SB StreetMiss
Miss Julia Kaufman was the guest of
Mrs Chi Chirles Ties Kaufman for a short time timewhen timewhen timewhen
when en route from her home in Nor ¬
folk Va to New York city oil where she shewiH shewill
> will m be the tne guest of friends friendsMrs IriendaMrs rIend6Mrs
Mrs Norman Luohs has h returned from froma
a fortnights stay in Philadelphia PhUadel hla and andAtlantic andAUantic andAtlantic
Atlantic City CityMrs C1tyrrt CityMrs
Mrs rrt David Selnlzer of Baltimore dUmore is
the guest of Miss Blanche Hollander of
Eighteenth street streetMilton streetMilton streetMilton
Milton Herman who has ha been the thejest theguest theguest
guest jest of his mother Mrs A Herman of ofalvert
alvert Calvert street tret has returned to his home
In Detroit Mich MichMies MichMiss MichMiss
Miss Nathan Sondhclmor entertained entertainedthe entertainedthe entertainedtIme
the Thursday Thursda Afternoon Sowing Circle Circleat Circlent Circleat
at her home Thursday ThursdayCORTELYOU Thursda ThursdaCORTELYOU ThursdayCORTELYOU
CORTELYOU IMPROVED IMPROVEDBUT IMPROVEBUT IMPROVEDBUT
BUT MUST KEEP TO BED BEDSecretary BEDSecretary BEDSecretary
Secretary Cortelyou who has been beenconfined beenconfined beenconfined
confined at his residence 2111 Bancroft Bancroftstreet Bancroftfitreet Bancroftstreet
street for several days with the grip gripwas gripwas gripwas
was reported much better bett r this morning
Although still too ill to leave lea his bed bedthe bedthe bedthe
the Secretary Ig now entirely ontIrelj out of ofdanger ofdanger ofdanger
danger and will probably be up in a
few days
Financial FinancialThe FinancialThe FinancialThe
The Safest Investments InvestmentsAX Investments InvestmentsthOJ
AX 2 then thOSe that Jo io 0 sot fluctuate fluctuatetrbed Curias 41 41ttrbea 4 4nrb64
ttrbea condition of the monty mou or stock stockmarket stoe stoesmarkets todl todlIlCAZketa
market First d deed d of trust note ant antBortxar 11n1I 54crtzares
Bortxar crtzares i w wen U secured on real estate UU La Utfa LatJle Lathe
tfa the District of Columbia constitute xlis xlise gu1edge
e 04 edge c investments They The do not depc4 depc4epon depez4n depa4epon
epon n th the financial responsibility of IniU IniUTldnalx ludJ14UA1a inthitidunhs
Tldnalx cr corporation for their stability stablllt stabllltsad tabn
and are x exempt from taxation as personal personaltroperty persol persona personagauperty l lJCOPOrtJ r
troperty W We can supply such uch inreof inreofscent InTeatmenta inye inyecnta
scent cnta In amount from CM Ot apwaM apwaMasd uiwssend
send for booklet CunotrnlB Cuaoernta1IIwutmDUo Cuosrn1vt IAMUU Lesn a a1nutinint3 oj ojSwartzell
1IIwutmDUo 1IIwutmDUoSwartzell 1nutinint3Swertzell
Swartzell Rheem RheemKensey RheemHensey RheeniHensey
Hensey Co Cocio
916 F St N VV VVCapital WCapital V VI
Capital 1000000 L000000Surplu Surplus 51400000 51400000RAFTS 3400QQRAFTS I 400000 400000DRAFTS
RAFTS issued direct on onthe onthe
I DRAFTS 1 the principal cities Itles of ofthe ofthe
the world worldExchange worldExchange worldExchange
Exchange bought and sold soldLetters soldLetters old I ILetters
Letters of Credit IssuecU IssuecUMoney issuetkMoney
Money transmitted by cable cableStocks c1bleStocks cableStocks
Stocks and Bonds Bough ard Sold SoldCollections SoldCollections
Collections and Investments made madeRIGGS madeR
I 1 r T S NATIONAL IATIONALll NAL NALPaAve
RIGGS R K1OIJK3 I G G ll BANK BANKPa BANKPaAve I
Pa PaAve Ave Opp U S Treasury
F Financial FinanciaLH nnnclnL nnnclnLI
I
H BRADLEY DAVIDSON DAVIDSONPr08ldent DAVIDSONPresident
President Pr08ldentM
M A WL WINTER TER i
v vi Ice IceWlL
FREDK C STEVENS STVENB STVENBWM
WlL J I OLIVER I Pres PresCHAS PmesCHAS
CHAS A DOUGLAS LOUGLASGenl DOUGLASGen
Genl Gen Coun Counsel ol and Trust O Oiliest OiliestRICHARD lcer lcerRICHARD
RICHARD E CLAUGHTON CLAUGHTONTreasurer CLAUGHTONTreasurer
Treasurer TreasurerJAMES TreasurerJAMES
JAMES THIMBLE TRIMBLESecretary THIMBLESecretary
Secretary
1 Financial FinancialCapital Fi ancial ancialCapital
1 1Capital
Capital CapitalYour S1OOOOOO S1OOOOOOYour 1000000 1000000Your
Your Money MoneyWill MoneyWill MoneyWill
Will Earn
3 Interest InterestFor
For you if deposited with this th com company company cornpany ¬
pany We pay 3 per annum in interest interest interest ¬
terest on monthly balances subject subjectto subect subectto
to check checkRemember cbeckRemember checkRemember
Remember your funds will be beunder beunder beunder
under Government protection proteti oo here herethe herethe herethe
the same as if deposited in a na national national naUonal ¬
tional bank Accounts of every size sizeand sizeand sizeand
and character invited invitedgiPThe invitedTbe invitedThe
giPThe The operations of this th com company company cornpany ¬
pany are not confined to the District Districtof Districtof Districtof
of Columbia but are national in inscope inscope inscope
scope scopeUnited scopeUnited scopeUnited
United States StatesTrust StatesTrust StatesTrust
Trust Company CompanyOf
Of the District pistrJct of Columbia ColumbiaC
C 611 Fourteenth St St
TWHAT WHAT JHATcanyougiveyourboyorgir1foran JHATcanyougiveyourboyorgir1foranV can you give your boy or girl for an anXmas
vv V V Xmas present that will wl be b a more me econom economical e economica1ailwiser ¬
ical il ica1ailwiser and ao wiser wisr gift gf ftthanapkforfljban ftthanapkforfljbanIt than tn a pass p book bk for fo this t bank bankIt bk bkIt
It will wn not n only oy be b highly hghly appreciated apet but bt be b a alesson aJesson a1essoi
lesson in i thrift thf to them thm that tht will be b remembered rememberedfor remmbred remmbredfo
for fo life lifeDeposit lie liieDeposit
Deposit Dpt lieDpt one o doHar r with wth us u today toy in the i name nameof nm nameof
of your Jr boy by or o girl rl and a we e will wt mail m the th book b so soit s soit
it will wl be b received rcei on o Xmas Xa mrn morning mornjn with wth th the th do dolar 0 cIolar
lar credited ceited in it the th book bk
3 Per Cent Interest on Savings Accounts AccountsHome AccountsHome AccotsHome
Home Savings Bank Bank7th
7th Street steet and Mass Ave N W WBRANCHES We WeBRANCHES WBRANCHES
BRANCHES BRANCHES7th
7th and H t Sts N E C 436 7th St S S W WUnder wUnder WUnder
Under Supervision SuperviIon of U S Treasury Treaur
r
YOUR BANK ACCOUNT ACCOUNTwhat ACCOUNTwhat ACCOUNTwhat
what guarantees garntee its it safety safetyThose 51fety 51fetyThs safetyThose
Those Ths banking bking with wt this tb company companyhave cpy companyhave
have hye a a guarantee Jte fund of 7815 7316p5477 86 I
9477 97 behind bhin their fer deposit depit made madeup m madeup
up as follows folW 3090009 S r capital ct 51 S 1
860000 surplus 21693477 7 undivided undividedprofits unh1de undividedprotits
profits prott suru 8000000 O il3G00 stockholders sthle lia liabtllty 1 hability
btllty hUt This hi amount aunt is 1 over ov and aadabove a andabove
above the value of the assets in inwhich Inwl Inwhich
abve te v t a
wl which the t deposits deit are a invested 1e so sothat J sothat
that for every eve dollar dl on O deposit depositthere depositthere
pt pttere
there tere security seriy Is double doW that tt amount mt on onsecurity O onsecurity
2 per cant ct interest Inter paid on O check checking cek cektng checklag ¬
lag accounts acot Special Spel ladles 1 bask basking banking k kIng ¬
ing tiepartxn tiepartxnAAERICAN tepret tlepartmeoit tlepartmeoitAMERICAN
I
AMERICAN SECURITY SECURITYAND SBCURITYAND
AND TRUST COMPANY COAVPANYN COAVPANYNorthwest CO COMPANYNorthwest PANT PANTKorwt
N
Northwest Korwt Corner Cori of ofFifteenth orFteent ofFifteenth
Fifteenth Fteent and ane Pennsylvania PeIV1 AvenueCharles Avenue AvenueCharles en enChade
Charles Chade J JJBeU Bell President PresidentFOR Pr sident sidentFOR int intFOR
J
FOR XMAS XMASStart XMASStar
Start Star your boys ys or girls grls on the theroad theroad
road to prosperity prsprty by opening openingaccounts opnng opnngaccount openingaccounts
accounts account for them th m in our savings savingsdept savingsdept
dept deptInterest dept deptInterest
Interest Intere paid pain on savings savingsZOne savin savinOno savingsOne
ZOne Ono dollar doUr will w open a n savings savingsaccount savingsaccount
accout account Savings Savig Dept open from rm
6 to 9 p m m every ever Saturday SaturdayTHE satY satYTHE SaturdayTHE
THE TRADERS TRADERSNATIONAL TRADERSNA TRADERSNATIONAL
NATIONAL NA TONAL BANK BANKEQUITABLE i PA AYE AYECOGPERgTiVE T
il
EQUIT EQUITABLE EQUITABLEOOOPERiTIVE ABLE ABLECOOPERATIVE
COOPERATIVE BUILB1H3 BUILB1H3ASSOCIATION BUILDIHaSSOCIATiON BWLDIUASSOCIATION
ASSOCIATION ASSOCIATIONISSUE aSSOCIATiON4th ASSOCIATIONassuE
ISSUE ISSUEOF
6 4th OF STOCK STOCKO STOCKOPEN STOCKOPENFOI1
O OPEN OPENFOI1 P K N FOR SUBSCRIPTION SUBSCRIPTIONSHARES SUDSCRIPTIONAND
AND FIRST PAYMENT PAYMENTSHE PAYMENTSHAR33S
SHARES SHE sue 260 PER PE MONTH MONTHSubscription MONTHSubscription oH oH5ubacpUon
Subscription 5ubacpUon forUms orte filth 52h teau lf lesue of stock stockand ata stockand
a and first ft payment pet thereon ten will wn ba b ro roc r rlv recelved
c celved lv ve4 dally dUy at the to office o of 0 the t Asso Association AIo AssociaUon ¬
ciation Four For par pr cent cet Interest Intet per pr a anuzn anum as asaura
aura Is 1 allowed anowe on o snares ba Upon Upn ma maturity maturity ranturity ¬
turity of f stock atoc full un earnings en are arapaid a arepaid
paid
paidJohn pd John Joy Ja Edsosu E President PresidentEllis Prient PrientEls PresidentEllis
Ellis Els Spear SI Vle Vle Vice President PrwWentJ Prlent
J 7 B Turpln T1n Sd Vice Yi President PraaWoatFrank Pket PketF PresidentFrank
Frank F P ReesMe Reee Secretary SecretaryJohn See SeemMaryJohn
John ohn Joy J y Bdon n Jc JN As AsM t Setfy SetfyDIRECTORS Scy ScyDICORS SecyDIRECTORS
DIRECTORS DIRECTORSFrcdk DICORS DICORSI DIRECTORSPredk
Frcdk B Pyle Jao SueGee A Hamilton HamiltonGeo
A HUto
Fk Ple
I II I Gee G W Fisher Fiser A M M 31 Lothrop LothropJob Ltp LothropJob
Job Barnard Brar Coo C H Harries HarriesJno Haries Harrieslna
I Jno J1 B Lamer Ler F V CovUle CWe CWeI
I i
6
I
i
Cpla Capital and Surplus Suru J6500000 36500000Use 50 I IUse
I Use Foreig Foreign Drafs Drafts DraftseM0 DraftsWhen
I Wen When eM0 you fnd send money abroad br
This bank
issues
bk Isue such drafts drt on
all 1 foreign orlg countries
I Travelers Trvelers Letters Lter OUtre of Credit Cret and d
Commercial Commerca Credits Cl t issued issuedPoreipa l ue
35 Poreipa or1 Money moeY bouht Bought a an anso1 a fl flsola
Bold so1 at current1 current1rates cunt Cttrzentrntog CttrzentrntogINTERNATIONAL rates ratesINTERNATIONAL rtes rtesINTERNATIONAL
INTERNATIONAL BANKING BANKINGCORPORATION BANKINGCORPORATION BANKINGCORPORATION
CORPORATION 14 141505t 141505tupow 1415 15 Q Ost OstUptown St StUptown
Uptown upow branch bnch 1124 14 Comma Con ave
Downtown Downtow bch branch Center Market MarketAfter Market MarketAfter MarketAfter
After the theHolidays theHoldays theHolidays
Holidays HolidaysRemember Holdays HoldaysRemmber
Remember Remmber to bring bns all al your spare spareoney s sparmoney
my money oney to us u We want wt It for our ourborrowing ourbrwg ourborrowing
borrowing brwg members mbe upon first firstmortgage firitmortgage
up 1t 1tmoppn
mortgage moppn on local t improved fmpyed real realestate rl rleate realestate
estate eate with a big big margin mrr inside insidethe Inde Indetl insidethe
the valuation n of our
tl Ut experts ept We Wepay Wepy Wepay
pay py four p p per r cent cen per p annum anum and andyou ad adyU andyou
you get ge your yo interest Interet every eve three threemonths t threemonths
months mt Oar Or 27th t year yer with wih an anaverage an anaeage anaverage
average aeage growth of J1W000 l a year yearall yer yearall r raU
all that tat time tm Come and a see se us usPerpetual u uPerpetual nsPerpetual
Perpetual Building BuildingAssociation Buiding BuidingI BilhldiAgAssaciafiall
I Association Association506IHh Ass AssaciafiallI ciation ciationi
i 506IHh 5O6 IIth St H N5 W WALASKA Wd bYALASKA
d ALASKA GOPPERS GOPPERSDUDLEY
I g DUDLEY uoi A TYNG GO
r
184 18 La Salla Sale St StChicago St StChicago
Chicago ChicagoHuhbardElllott ChloagoHubbar ChicagoRubbardElUott
HuhbardElllott Hubbar RubbardElUottLaTouche EUott j
LaTonche LTouhe Ltd LtdGalena Ltd LtdGalena
Galena Galen Bay BaY i T TKnights 1Kights IKnights
Knights Kights Island Iand Copper CopperKnights COP CopperKnights r rKnight
Knights Knight Island hld Consol ConsoUbought Consol Consolbought
bought bugh and sold soldSpecial 3ld 3ldSpec soldSpecial
Special Spec Information trorton tarnished lshe re regarding r regarding ¬
garding all al Alaska Ala Copper Coper Com Companies Compie Conipanics ¬
panics pie cIng by private prato correspondents corondenu oa oathe Or onthe
the ground groundINVEST gound goundIVST groundZNTEST
INVEST IVST your you our time UeIt timeIt It la labetter bbetter Isbetter
better than to t merely SPEND SPENDIt PEh PEhIt
It It A little ltte of It I INVESTED INVESTEDevery IVESTE INVESTEDevery
every eVe f tuw w days la in answering answeringwant awer anawertnZwant
want ant ads ac will wl often ote lead to todividends t todIvidends
4vdtnc dividends for life ue

xml | txt