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TIrE mir WASHINGTON TIMES Tfl11 TTEKDAY y DECEMBEE 28 281 1 1fl nO 19
Wall iiT1t Street Street5ecurutIes Securities Show Strength But Little Activity Adiv ActivttyLccal tj Local Market Firm
GREAT GREA GREAT WESTERN AND NEW YORK YORKCENTRAL YORKCENTRAL YORKCENTRAL
CENTRAL LEAD DULL AND ANDNARROW ANDNARROi ANDNARROW
NARROW MARKET
NEVf EW YORK T Dee > 9C 28 S2 2 p m mThe mTheourse The TheCurse
Curse ourse of the market ha has been very veryami ver vertl1Ill veryd1l
ami and price p ice arm within a range rangeof nngef
of f one point for the general Hat Ut a alow Rw aew
low ew w stoeks toeki showing sh wtn larger activity activityend activityend ctlvttywnd
end broader fluctuations than the theothers thethere thethere
there < One of these e is Chicago and andGreat AdGreat azdGrat
Great Weetern We tern which during the theflay thelaY the1y
flay rose nearly nearl three points lapsing lapsingliack lapsingbak japeingba
liack ba k below the opening figure and andagain andag andgHn
ag again gHn lln climbing three points up New NewYork NewYork Nework
York ork Central went through similar similarmovement similarinovemettta lmllarmoycment8
movement over a range of about two twopoints twopoint twoointe
points pointsOther pointOthor ointe ointeOther
Other railroads raUrOR and tHe coppers coppersand coppersand coppersand
and Industrials were for the moet mostpart moetart moetpart
part art dull and inactive inactiveMarket inactiveIYlarket inactiveMarket
Market Remains IXulu IXuluNEW DulNE1r DUhNEW
NEW YORK Dec 28 Noon NoonYestcr NoonYestcrIIJ oonYestert1s Yestcr YestcrttayR
ttayR IIJ Rock Island episode epl odc has passed passedInto p4UIednto peasedInto
Into nto history except that a committee of ofthe oftllt o othe
the Stock Ejrchaage will investigate imo tlgato the thefacts tbefade thefatte
facts and report l port to the governing com comJnittce comnittfc cornnittfe
Jnittce nittfe later Then It Is likely that the thettory tile1ttr thetory
ttory 1ttr tory of the alleged matched orders or orWhatever orWhatvf1 orvhatevr
Whatever was behind the movement will willl willIe WIlLbe
l be Ie > o mad > public Today TocI the market Is Isan Isp
an 11 p dull d U and lifeless as before be ore oven ovenmore oyenmore ovennore
more MI because the public was thor thoroughly thorDughlY thoroughIy ¬
oughly Ilsgnsted with 1th the performance performanceand
and indications are not wanting this thismorning thison thisnornIng
morning on ng that ousWom ou lden will be simply simplyonlookers simplYpnlookel8 Impb ImpbtmIoker
onlookers for a while wlilleA tUe tUeA
A heavy volume of Ikiutdation in inItit Innok Intok
nok tok Island oommon inInon which Bent the ther1t theprice
price r1t beck to 50 W wkte tl the feature follow tollownit followIng
Itit Ing the opening The market on tho thoVhole thohoto thehole
nit
Vhole hole acted fairly talrl well substantial substantialFtrpngth aub ubetMfltIJFtr1Igth tntlal tntlalftrflIgth
Ftrpngth being shown in a few stocks stocksTh tocksfhfo StOckLThe
Th The activity in Pock Island t land would have haveto havoto haveV
to V Ve considered very v ry great judged by byany byany byun
any un other standard than that of o the thefirat thefirst thefirst
first hour of Monday MondaySelling MoncJaSelling MondaySoiling
Selling Was General GeneralSoiling GeneralS General5eflin
Soiling S 5eflin < 1linjt of the stock seemed 1 to come comeIr comefrm comeirmn
Ir frm > m all quarters but this th did not ap apt appear aprear
t pear to discourage the bull interests interestsThe Intere InteetThe t tThe
The Street in general was rather im impressed Imreesed huresed ¬
pressed reesed by the ease with ith which offer offerings offeringI offerings ¬
ings of the stock were absorbed absorbedIor absorbedor
Ior 1 01 tho strength tren h in New York Central Centralliad CentralA
no 1o pedal reRt reason wits Iven although althoughome althoughsome
th t the thefavorable theftvorb1O
some ome or the traders SlUlpected
favorable technical position or A the stock stockl1ad 5tockhad
had a good deal to do with it The bulls bullston buIltDn bullscm
ton Amalgamated Copper seemed inclined inclinedto
to keep the merger idea well In the theforeground thetorrgTOund theforpground
foreground but although the traders traderstalked traderstalked traderStalked
talked on this subject tub Cl < they did so will willut wIthut witliout >
out ut any show of enthusiasm 11 and as if ifthey Itthe Ifthey
they the only onl half believed l lIevecJ what they heard heardfind heardand heardnnd
find Mid In regard r to the matter matterPRICES matterPRICES matterVRICES
PRICES TODAY ON ONNEW ONNEW ONNEW
NEW YORK EXCHANGE EXCHANGErQaetatkmn EXCHANGEQvot EXCHANGEQuottIodI
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Southern Ry 6s 1118 1118U 111tYJ 111tYJU I 110 110U ½
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12m 12 m 376600 376600Not 316500Not
Not quoted quotedGOSSIP q quotedGOSSIP otcd I II
I GOSSIP FROM WALL WAL STREET STREETlioniman I IHlnlman
Hlnlman CoSouthorn Pacific
acted better than any of the railroad railroadissues r11roadJaues railroadssues
issues I ssues except New York Central on onexpectation onexpectation onexpectation
expectation of an increase of the divi dividend dlvldf dlvidond ¬
df dend Dd > in 1510 The outlook for earnings
is excellent and an the Street holds ten tenaciously tenaciously tenaciously ¬
aciously to tho idea that Union Pacific
Interest t In the property is In favor of ofn
an n increased distribution to stockhold atockholdW
OC OCW
W B Hlbbe Co COA A strong Morgan Morganpool Morganpool
pool is reported to have been een formed in inChicago InChicago InChicago
Chicago Great Western issues i U08 and It is issaid IsMid Issaid
said tho campaign is on In them for forhigher forhIgher forhigher
higher prices We suggested 8ugg d last l t week weekthat weekthat weekthat
that It 4vould ¼ vould be well judging from de developments deveJopment developmonts ¬
velopments then to watch for aggres aggressive aggressive ¬
sive Lve activity in those issues Several Severalconservative SeveralcoDMnrative Severalconservative
conservative houses recommend them themB themJ themF
B F Huttoiy Hutto Co CoKuhn Kuhn Loob LoobCo LoobCo IioobCo
Co and the First National Bank have havepurchased havepurchased havepurchased
purchased 71860Qd Delaware and Hud Hudson Hudson Hudson ¬
son Company Comp ny first and refunding mort mortgage mortgago inertgage ¬
gage 4 p per r cent gold bonds the issuance issuanceof l uanco uancoof
of which has been approved by the thepublic thepublic thepublic
public seYvioe rvloe commission for the sec second second socend ¬
ond district districtLewis districtLewis districtLewis
Lewis Johnson Co CoAmerican CoAmericanstock CoAmericanStOCkS American Americanstocks
stocks in London developed a firm tone toneshowing toneshov1ng toneshowing
showing gain of 1A to in a number numberof
of the active issues i uos Consols > ls were werefirmer weroftrmer werefirmer
firmer and the general market rather ratherinclined r tberI ratherinclined
inclined I to improve with a fair amount amountof amountoC
of strength in the mining department departmentand
and the copper stocks stocksCABINET stocksCABINET
CABINET CONSIDERS CUNSIDERSFUTURE CONSIDERSFUTUREQABLINQ i
FUTURE FUTUREQABLINQ GAMBLING
President Dislikes Specula Speculation Speculation ¬
tion in ir Agricultural AgriculturalI AgriculturalProducts AgriculturalProducts
I Products ProductsThe
The Cabinet today in the swirl of ofBalllnger ofBJllnger olBailinger
Balllnger investigation I nve Nicaraguan sit situation 81tutlon Mtnation ¬
nation and other subjeots paused p od for fora forR foxa
a moment to consider at the instance instanceof instanoof
of President Pre kIent Taft speculation cu1Uon in agri agricultural agricultural agrienltllral ¬
cultural futures futuresThe tutur tuturTbe
The President calls it gambling in inthe Inthe ifthe I
the nations food and clothing and is isconsidering illoon ii iiconsidering
considering oon a special message to Con Congress ContJIM ¬
gress recommending legislation to put puta putatop puta L
a stop to the practice practiceThe practiceThe practiceThe
The Government through Commission Commissioner ¬
er of Corporations Herbert Knox Smith Smithhas Smithhas Smithhas
has been conducting an exhaustive In Investigation InvtwUgatiun Invsetigatluii ¬
vestigation into tii Ule question of stock stockgambling tockpmblfng
gambling Smith has already complied complieda cemp4ier I
I a report on cotton gambling and Is now no r
at wore on the grain situation The ThePresident ThePresident ThePresident
President has watched watoh iMl closely c10 ely the work workI workof
I of Commissioner Smith and is I now de determined detennlnecl determined ¬
I termined that the Federal Government Governmentshould Governmentshould Governmentshould
should deal with this thl question so far faran fllra faras
an a It has the power powerA
I A conference on the th question will be beheld bohId beh4d
held at the ThUd House shortly and andwill andwill andwill
will bfe 1 attended by Secretary of State StateKnox StateKnox StateKnox
Knox Attorney General Wickersham WickershamRepresentative WIckershamRepre WickershamRepresentative
Representative Repre entUve Scott of Kansas Kan chair chairman lhaJrman chairalan ¬
man of the House Hou Agricultural Commit Committee ConvnIttee t ttee ¬
tee Representative Levering of Massa Massachusetts MauachullOttM Maeaachuaettw ¬
chusetts and Commissioner of Corpora Corporations CorporatlO CorporatIons ¬
tions tlO Smith ReprtweutaXive Scott has hasalready haalready hasalready
already framed a House bill that he hebelieved heIeved hebelieved
believed Ieved would ould effectually otrectuall prevent fu future future futur ¬
ture tur gambling It denies the use of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the malls to stock gamblers The Presi President President Preattient ¬
dent it is understood favors a more moredraatic moredrRJt1c moredrastic
drastic bill
MEMPHIS LOSES LOSESIN LOSESIN
IN RATE PROTEST PROTESTInterstate PROTESTInterstate
I
Interstate Commerce CommissionSays Commission CommissionSays CommissionSays
Says New Charges Are Not NotUnreasonable NotUnreasonable NotUnreasonable
Unreasonable UnreasonableThe
The dealers brokers and manufac manufacturers manufacturers manufacturors ¬
turers of cottonseed oil at Memphis MemphisTeno MemphisT emphIeTeas
Teas T who joined in a complaint to tothe tothe tothe
the Interstate Commerce Commission Commissionagainst Cornrnlulonacalnat Commissionagainst
against the general enenll advance ce made by bythe bytbe bythe
the railroads a little over a year ear ago agoin apIn agoin
in their rates for the transportation of ofthat ofthat ofthat
that product have lost their ease easeIn calleIn caseIn
In a decision made public today the thecommission thecomml thecommiSsion
commission comml Jon holds that the increased increasedrates IncreHdrates Increasedrates
rates from Memphis > to Louisville Cin Cincinnati CtnclnnaU Ciiicunnati ¬
cinnati and Chicago Chlca are not unreason unreasonable unreAaOnAble unreasonable ¬
able although lower rates between betweenthese betweenthMe betweenthese
these points bad been in effect for many manyyears manyeanI manyyears
years yearsThe yearsThe eanI eanIThe
The decision lays down the important importantproposition Inloortantpropoeitlon lmnortantproposition
proposition that the long continued continuedmaintenance co continuedmaintenance Unued Unuedmantenance
maintenance of a lower rate raises n no noI noreltumpllou nopresumptiolL
I resumptk > i of law that a newly es established etabl18hecl estabflshed ¬
tablished hIgher rate is unreasonable unreasonableevery unreaonableevery unreasonableevery
every pertinent fact having to be con considered considered conMdered ¬
sidered before the increase may bo held heldto heldto heldto
to b be unlawful unlawfulBUILDING unlawulI unlawuuiiBUILDING
I BUILDING PERMITS PERMITSThe I IThe
The following ollowfn < building bulldln < permit was wasIssued WII WIIed
Issued ed todayTo todayTo today todayTo
To Clara M 1 Wilson lIltOn for three thre > twostory twosic twosicbrick
brick apartments from f flfl 2205 2fl5 5 to 2ft4 2ft4trPt 19 Q Qntrr
ntrr trPt > t Tiortbwpt rrth st architect Hut buildrr buildrrJ hu1IdcF
J F l MiiI ltilS lU estimated c oust Viitl 56100 6iOll i
I Wholesale Produce Prices Prices2ggs Pricesggs I IEggs
Eggs ggs Chaesei Ch es and Butter ButterCheese ButterChees ButterCheeseNew
Cheese CheeseNew New ew York ork fie U large per Ife 17V4 17V4alSc 1maIle 17 17alSo
alSo per lb lie ISeEsgs UcE lieBggsNesrbys
Esgs E gsNearbys = Nearbys per doz 89a31e 89a31eButler J e31cButtrCreall SOeSleButterCreamery
Butler ButtrCreall ButterCreamery Creamery ry fancy tanc 38 38a32c e rene renen rllIeDa4MI rmeenat
n Da4MI nat 4 d MiUlc firm
firmPoultry Poultry PoultryLive PoultryLI
Live LI Poultry P ultrChlckezu Chtokezu large ar e per lb lblfel lbJIB1 lbhalO
halO broiler per lb lie bees 1MH 13ai4c 13ai4cfooMecs 11144terti 13514ciosters
fooMecs to c young desks iarg srgs per lb Me MeMmUI 14oegnall
MmUI 1 per lb 12c geese par r lb llalSc llalScturkey IlaltctarMY 1l13cturbey
turkey tOl1Ul torn per lb Me belts per lb Mo Moturkey Ieturkey 25cturkey
turkey dre dr dressed ced per lb 2224c capons II per perlb perlb perlb
lb JlR23c te23c
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Fruit FruitApples FTui FruitApplePer I II I IAppluPer
Apples AppluPer Per bbl bbL1 Z0ia5 ZO a 69 trances par parb prhex 1
b box hex x Iflfet25 tangerine p per r strap I OeiW L0ea4S5gmpfruIt OeiWRraperrult 1
grapefruit per box JZ7IdM 7tSM pineapples Per porcrate 1 Percrate r
crate a650 tt JSWaftSO cranberries per bW JW 6011 6011Vegetables OM
Vegetables Vegetablesrotator VegetablesPetatue
rotator per bW J16 1MaS 0t50aZ eJ226 w6t pota potateee potatoes Pt5toes I
toes Sl75e2IS 1758 cucumbers per basket 180 180a2ee 150aZCi 130a2id
a2ee cabbage cabb ge per cwt JleealJ6 squash per percrat percit I IcnLtt
cit < aafita string beans per bushol bu bol JlW JlWa 3150aLe 11ii 11iialOf
a aLe 9f lettuce per basket flBOa2 ttJOsl15 U OaZJ5 beets per perdiw
diw bunches KaSOc radish p per r IN 1 1onions 1eJitons 1onions I
onions per bu Sftc sp4nrh per bW lMa 1 1Iit 1Wa1as
16 Iit pumpkins per bbl 76catM turnips turnipsjier turnipsJter turnipsPetS
PetS bbl 150 celery New York ork per crate crateSeOaXG crateI
SeOaXG I eaSt California 47taC50 O kale per bbl bblXafite bblDro bbl3isMe
Xafite Dro Brussels el sprouts per qt SalSHc SalSHcFlorida 8B1 sl2i4cFlorida c cFlorida
Florida tomatoes per crate ZlI 27Sa83t I Pier Florida FIerIda PierIda ¬
ida peppers per bushel 12EaZM 12I e parsnips parsnipsper
per box b x Wca76c Mca1
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Live Stock StockCftlvetaSHo StockCZvesGaSc
CftlvetaSHo lambs 6a7 6a734 pork Sol IalGcw IalGcwTO c
N RTHW p li i iIN
r TO NORTH POLE POLEIN
IN AN AEROPLANE
Prof Hergesell of Germany GermanyExpects GermanyExpects GermanyExpects
Expects to Make Trip TripWith TripWith TripWith
With Peary
S S PRINZ JOACHIM Doo DooProf DooProt 23 23Prof
Prof Hergosoll of Strasburg president presidentof
of the Intornational Commission for forScientific lorSclenUft forSclentifio
Scientific Air Navigation who is l a pas passenger 18senger pansenger ¬
senger in tho Prlnz Joachim said today todaythat todaythat todaythat
that rQ e will join the Poary Po ry expedition expeditionwhich expeditionWhich expeditionwhich
which will be made to the North Pole Polein PoleIn PoloIn
in two years by b mean sof airships airshipsA
A great t deal of time will be re required required required ¬
quired in making tests before the trip tripto tripto tripto
to the Pole can be commenced said saidthe aldtho saidthe
the professor eor The atmospheric aUno pherle con conditions conditions conditions ¬
ditions of the far north will have to be beovercome heovercome beovercome
overcome and it is necessary nece e ry that thatplenty thatplenty thatplenty
plenty of tests be made so that the ex expedition expedition oxpeditlort ¬
pedition will have no fatal results resultsWhen r88ul18When resultsWhen
When questioned que tJoncd about Dr Cook the theprofessor theprofe theprofessor
professor or refused r fu8ed to make any comment commentbut commentbut commentbut
but said Peary is the only onl man manProf manProf manProf
Prof Horgesoll Horge eU bas reserved apart apartments apartment apartmonte ¬
monte at the WaldorfAstoria He re received re recelved received ¬
ceived Instructions from Emperor Will William wmI Wiltlam ¬
bun in November to proceed to King Kingston ICingstooL ¬
stooL ston Jamaica to Join the cruiser lOngI Vic Victoria Victoria Vietorla ¬
toria Louise and conduct experiments experimentswlUi I Iwith
with small smal1ball00M balloons principally to as ascertain ascertain ascertain ¬
certain their velocity and to study atud trade tradewinds trade1nd tradewinds
winds 1nd In the tropics tropicsCold tropicsCoJd tropicsCo1d
Cold In Tropics TropicsI
I found the winds in the tropics tropicsmuch tropicsm trop4csmuch
much m h stronger than in Europe and an at ata ata ata
a height of 10000 meters it was IUS colder colderthan ccJderthn odderthan
than in the Arctic region at the same sameheight ameIlehbt
height said Prof Hergesell en At seineI l 1i1OO 11000meters ftOOJ I j i
meters the thermometer registered regl teced 81 81degrees Stdegrees
degrees below zero centigrade centigradeA I I
A fortnight we spent by the pro1 pro1fessor proIfessor pro protosser 1
fessor on the Victoria Louise Loul e He con
ducted experiments with nine balloons
Five that were set free were recovered re overed 1
He loft four r t1 the Carribean n Sea He
says that it is l possible that air cur currents currents ¬
rents will carry c rry the balloons to Colon Colonand Colonand Colonand
and requests persons finding them to
turn them with the instruments ln at ¬
tached to tho commander of the Ger ¬
man cruiser at Kingston The Ger Germon Germon Germen
mon government will give a recompense
Prof Hergesell ell has made fifty asean aseanstons aseonsions
stons ton of which were in Zeppelin Zeppelinairships ZeppelinaIrships ppeJln
airships I r hlL lIe had as passengers on one
flight Prince and Princess Henry HenryHas HenryHas HenryHas
Has Worldwide Reputation ReputationProf
Prof Hergcsell has a worldwide repu ¬
tation as a an aeronaut One of his hi chief chiefclaims ciderclllJUl chIeclaims
claims to prominence is 1 that he is i the thefounder thEfounder
founder of the the
groat observatory re recently recentJ recently ¬
cently centJ completed in the island 1sIan of Ten Teneriffe Teneri Teneriffe
eriffe eriffeTho eri eriffeThe tle tleThe
The professor has completed a tenta ¬
five route for his trip with Commander CommllI1 CommaneiLeazy er ereary
Peary eary to the North Pole The airship is ii 0
to cross Germany and Norway and make t
its base aee at Cross Bay on the western we I
coast of Spitzbergen Preliminary nights
to explore the regions notrh of Green ¬
land anti Francis Josephs Jo ephs Bay will be t
made from Cro cross s Bay A dash of ap ¬
proximately > Jy 800 miles from Cross Bay
over Spitzbergen to the Pole will then I i
be b made I
BROKAW EXPLAINS EXPLAINSREASONS EXPLAINSREASONS
REASONS FORACTIONS FORACTIONSMINEOLA
MINBOZiA L I Dec 28 28W W Gould
Brokaw whose wife is seeking separa ¬
tion and alimony resumed the stand
again today toda in his own defense and andunder
under und examination attempted to show
that his alleged noglect of his wife was
because of his physicians orders
He declared that his physician had hadordered hadordered
ordered him to keep away from Ms h hi wife Jte
because e she made him nervous nervousArthur nervouJArthur nervouArthur
Arthur J Baldwin crowi croHQUmlnlng xfcmining
Brokaw demanded if the wjtnaw wUtu e tiad tiadever lad ladever adever
ever accused aecu ed his wife of taking drugs drugsnn drngsand
And nn < l had gone with Ith her to Dr Peters to
have her examined because bt use of these e
suspicions suspicionsBrokaw Bu suspicionsIirokaw plclon plclonHroka
Brokaw w denied that he had over made
any such accusation but admitted that
he had taken h ler r to a phystein to be
examined for nervousness
Several of Mrs M Brokaws friends to ¬
day notified her counsel coun el that they were
willing and anxious to testify te tlCy in her be I
half The e ofter oer was provoked by testi te toetimnony U ¬
mony for the th defendant a foundation
for which was wa afforded by the testimony
of servants servantsAmong 8ervantsAmong servantsAmong
Among the friends who volunteered to
testify te Hey are Mrs J 1 Winthrop Sands
Lieut Gov and Mrs 8 Horace Whtem
Mrs X Frank Gui and Miss Nan Dennl Dennlaon DeunlIon Deittilsoil
Ion aonTRIAL IonTRIAL soilTRIAL
TRIAL OF COOK COOKTO COOITO COOKTO
TO BE EXPEDITED EXPEDITEDAssurances
Assurances have been received at the theState theState theState
State Department from the Mexican MexicanGovernment MexicanGovernment MexicanGovernment
Government that all possible steps to toexpedite toexpedite toexpedite
expedite the th trial of James A Cook the
American conductor who Is in jail in inconnection Inconnection inconnection
connection with the robbery of freight
from trains under his charge will be
taken takenThe takenrhe takenrho
The State Deportment has expressed
its satisfaction with Idl the course of ac ¬
tion adopted < by Mexico III the case i
In accordanco with Mexican law I Cook Cookmust COOknmat Cookmust
must remain Ir Jail until the circum circumstances circumstances circuitiataxices ¬
stances leading leadf to Ills arrest are exam ¬
ined by a court of first < t Instant If tlir tlirfait tllrfad hrfans
fait Justify flJ tiry 1 Jir h j then formally formallyrliarppd fnrtixallcharged nrl1lal1
charged with th the > rlim rJn Jin an1 ni l tri trirl trirlwIlt < < l Tn TIIwllL
will Do done as speedily as possiHo posslt 10 10t
t
BONDS CHIEF FEATURE OF THE THETRAD THETRADING TRAD TRADING TRADINC ¬
ING ON LOCAL STOCK EX EXCHANGE EXCHANGE EXCHANGE
CHANGE TODAY Y
Bonds were the principal feature of ofthe orthe ofthe
the trading on O the local stock exchange exchangeOn
On call Washington Va blngton Railway per cents centswero C centswere nts ntswero
wero sold at S3 and a fraction lower and andi andCheeapeako andChesapeake
i Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone 6s sbrought Ssbrught
I brought 1W After call the buying of ofbonds otbonds ofbonds
bonds was renewed In Capital Traction Tractionis
is with the selling price at 113 and andi andbottor andbettor
i bettor bottorVashlngton bettorWashington
I Washington Railway RaIlwa and Electric pre preferred preferred preferred ¬
ferred was the loader among the stocks stocksselling stocksolItng
selling 21 1 shares at 91 and 160 at atOther 90 90Other 90Other
Other traction issues were neglected neglectedIn
In the bank list American National Nationalcame Nationalcame Nationalcaine
came out on call and after the price priceTODAYS prIceTODAYS priceTODAYS
TODAYS SALES ON ONWASHINGTON ONWASHINGTON ONWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON EXCHANGE EXCHANGEWashington EXCHANGEWashlngton EXCHANGErahington
Washington Railway and Electric 6s
WWCS8 310O087 00087Mi 51000087
Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Telephones
6s s MOOOeKM MOOOeKMWashington 1OOOOI04Vashlngton U0000104Washington
Washington Railway and Electric pf
i2gi 1Jt l aem sesi fg 9o0L > 5o 4 eoesw iOOg
American National Bank 100191V6 l019I
United States Trust 10fM19tt 10119 ¼
After callCapital Traction Ss JOOff1 200 OOC >
111 100ll3 3O 111a
6OO113Yr 600 113 113American
American National Bank 101D1 10 10fi
101 1LVashInton Washington Gas 25 257i 25Th i 2578 2575 ½ 25 L LWASHINGTON I 1 1WASHINGTON
75
WASHINGTON EXCHANGE
BID AND ASKED PRICES PRICESGOVERNMENT PRICESGOVERNMENT PRICESGOVERNMENT
GOVERNMENT BONDU
BONDUBid
Bid Ask
U S Rog VB 191 102
U S Coupon rs s 101A 101
U S Roy Vs a s 10P4 10l io i 103 101
U S Coupon 3s 101 I01I 102 1OYz
U S Reg 4s s 114 11434 1M llIY1
U S Coupon 4s 115 1l5Yf 116 116GAS U UGAS 16GAS
GAS BONDa
Georgetown Gas 5s 110 IIS
Washington Gas 4s 98 9 9934 101
Washington Wa hlngton Gas Cert 6s 107 107RAILWAY 1F 1FRAILWAY
RAILWAY BONDS
Capital Traction R R R 5s i3 113 113
Anacostla Potomac 6s 101 104
City Cit Suburban Ss 192 I
Columbia R R 6s 1 10 l < 5 1W 1WMet
Columbia R R 0a uU yj1
Met Ry R 6i 107 1W
Wash Ry T Klec 4s s 86 654 S7V6 S7
Wash Alex Mt V Ba 97 97MISCELLANEOUS 91MISCBLLANBIOUS 7 7MISCELLANEOUS
MISCELLANEOUS BONDS 3 NDS
Potomac Electric Cons 5s 5 lot 1011 10
Potomac Elec Lt 5s 197 109
N W V Steamboat Ss 101 108 108Amor 1
C h P Telephone 58 1GI
Amer Tel Tel 48 lOG
Emerson Eraer on SUsamjpump StEam Pump 6s 76 76Wash 80
rash Market arket 6s 1127 10J1h 103 UI
Wash Tash Market Ss 3947X 1947i 94 iw 1 H m
W w M Cold Storage 63 s 100 10034 107 107PUBLIC 107PUBLIC 107PUBLIC
PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS
Capital Traction 138 IM IMash 1m
Va ash h Ry Elec com
ttr 43 43Wash 4 4334
Wash Ry Elec pfd 9O31 11 1134
Wash Alex Mt VerI Ver 67 5734 l
No N w V Steamboat MS 280 I IGeorgetown
Washington Gu 75 i6 7
Georgetown Gas B
Amer Tel Tel 142 141 141TYPE 11TYPE 141TYPE
TYPE MACHINE STOCKS STOCKSLanston
1fergentha1r Linotype 211 21134 21 21234
Lanston Monotype 17 18 18lHmNG 18MINING
MINING STOCKS
Greene Cananea U 121 is
Mitchell Mining 08 1e
NATIONAL BANK STOCKS
American Amo4 National Bank 180 1 lK >
Capital Nat Bank 3 6 280
City Clt National Bank 170 174
Columbia National Bank 286
Commercial National BankJ 1M 194 194t4
Far Moch Nat Bank 3tt Slfr 31 3
Lincoln National Bank loll 160
Metropolitan National Bank 203 210
RIggs Nat Bank BankSecond MS 635
Second National Bank Bank68 3 158 S ICO
5NaL Nat Bank of Wash Wash31 310 32S 32STRUST 325TRU5I 25 25TRUST
TRUST COMPANY CO IPANY STOCKS STOCK8Amedean
American Security Trust 278 2S7
Nat Sav Trust 218
Union Trust 1JH l III
Wash Loan Trust st 310
United State Trust 119 119 119SAVINGS 1l 1lSAVINGS 119SAVINGS
SAVINGS BANK STOCKS STOCKSHome STOC1r8Home STOCKS5Home
Home Savings tavlngsMerch 399
Kerch Mech Savings 155 170
Union Savings 246 45 MS
Dime Savings Bank 12 1234
mast Wash Sav Bank 18 14 14FIRE 14FIRE 14FiRE
FIRE ncSfUANOE Ido fl S I 1 CE CI STOCKS STOCKSArlington STOCKSArlington STOCKSArlington
Arlington Fire Insurance 30
Com Firo Insurance 5
Corcoran Fire Insurance 72
Firemens Fire Insurance 36 2 n
Franklin Fire Insurance Of 87 673
Ger Amer Fire Ins 280 360
Nat Union Fire Insurance g 5
Potomac Fire Insurance InsuranceTITLE 34 34TITLE 34TITLE
TITLE INSURANCE STOCKS STOCKSColumbia STOCKSColumbla STOCKSColumbia
Columbia Title Insurance 4 4Real 5H 53
Real Estate Title Insurance 98 HO
Washington Title Ins 3 3Y 4 4MISCELLANEOUS 4MISCELLA1EOUS 43 43MISCELLANEOUS
MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS STOCKSEmerson STOCKSEmor STOCKSEmerson
Emerson on Steam Pump 10 I IGrapho 11
Grapho Gra ho pfd M nMerch 32f 32 32Merch
Merch Trans rans Storage 118
Security Storage StorageVa StorageWash MO
Wash Va h Market 11 1 1534
STARVES TO DEATH DEATHIN DEATHIN DEATHIN
IN A LUNCH ROOM ROOMNBW
NEW YORK Dec 28 28A A whitebeard whitebearded rd rdeel ¬
ed e d man of eighty crept appallingly appe lIngl Into Intolunchroom a alunchroom aunchroom
lunchroom l on Seventh avenue today and andasked andliked andasked
asked for bread A plate of hot soup soupwas oupWIJ soupWas
was brought but the stranger had bare barely barely barely ¬
ly picked up the eon 8 when he fell felldead telldead
dead from starvation starvationUNCLE stanaUonUNCLg atarationUNCLE
UNCLE OF EUROPE ILL ILLCOPENHAGEN ILLCOPENHAGEN ILLCOPENHAGBN
COPENHAGEN Dec 28 28Prince Prince Han Hanof HaINIof Hanof
of Schleswlg Holfitein Sondorburgi SondorburgiGlucksburg Sonderbur SonderburGluok SondorburGlucksburg
Glucksburg Gluok burg a brother brot 1fr of the late King
Christian of Denmark Denm rk and generally gonerallknown
known as he Undo of Europe is iscritically IscrJtically iscritically
critically ill The prince vrin was wa born j3 in
1826 1
being at 191 and a fraction better on onsuccessive onBUcceuJve onsuccessive
successive sales United U lted Stales stat Trust Trustwent Tru Trustwont t twont
wont on record at 1 11 Notice was sent sentto entto sentto
to the exchange of the tbedlvktend dividend declared
by the directors of the Union Trust t
Company of 1 114 per cit c l on the capital capitalstock capitalstock
stock payable January 16 to stockhold stockholders ¬
ers of record January 1 1WUhlngton 1Washington
Washington Gas came out after call
in moderate volume at atThe 75 15The
The clearings of the th banks of Wash ¬
ington through the Cleartwg Ieat1 g House As Association AsJOclatton Assedation ¬
sedation for to the year y r 1MW were 336 336 336R50S8a17
R50S8a17 fiiOA li as compared with 27807923552
In 1908 190 This is an increase e for the year yearof yearot yearof
of more than 55SOOOOOO 55SOOOOOOuiiCE SooooooBIG 68000000BIG
BIG FORCE AT WORKGLEANING WORKGLEANINGSTREETS WORK IRKCLONK
GLEANING GLEANINGSTREETS GLEANINGSTREETSSweepers STREETS STREETSSweepers STREETSSweepers
Sweepers Busy in Business BusinessSection BusinessSection BusinessSection
Section and Slush Is IsCarted IsCarted IsCarted
Carted Away
More than 100 men were put tcvworfci tcvworfcithis tSJworkthis tp work workhis
this t morning mornln by the street str t cleaning cI clening nlng de department de departmont dopertinent ¬
pertinent for the Job of cleaning elo up upA upA upA
A majority of the sweepers are busy busyin busyIn busyn
in I n the business section where the snow snowIB snowIs snows
IB i s being carted away 8y By noon today todayPennsylvania toclayPennsylvania todayPennsylvania
Pennsylvania avenue and F street wore worenearly worenearly worenearly
nearly clear of snow and in the more moreprominent mONt1omlnent moreprominent
prominent residential re sections crossings crossingshad oro oroselngsad lngs lngshad
had h ad been cleared for pedestrians pedestriansAfter pedestriausAfter pedestriansAfter
After dills diligent en t consultation the heads headsof beadsof headsf
of o f the Street Cleaning C1eanl Department de decided d dclded doided ¬
cided c that the snowfall of the last few fewdays towdays feways
days d dc ays was not heavy enough to Justify Justifycutting justltycutUnlit justifyutting
cutting c Into the new appropriation for forcleaning torcleaning forcleaning
cleaning side walks The department departmentintends departmentIBtends departmentatende
intends l to keep that fund which was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the first appropriated for that purpose purposeintact purposeJntaot purpoeentact
intact I in case ca e there should be a heavy heavysnowfall helwyItnOwta11 heavysnowfall
snowfall that drifts on the sidewalks sidewalksTho sidewalksThe sidewalksThe
The money was secured by Commis Commissioner Comml8Joner Commiaabner ¬
sioner > Went on the eve of the last In Inauguration Inau Inauguratlon ¬
auguration au
urationSidew
Sidewalks Sidew lkB Slushy SlushySince SlushySince
Since the decIsion of the Court of ofAppeals ofA ofAppeals
Appeals A pe1IJ that a property owner oWn r coptt copttnot copmnot coi3 coi3notbe
not notbe be held liable for snow left on his hissldowalk hisldowalk hissidewalk
sidewalk no attempt has been made madeto madeto j
to foroa Individuals to clean off the thesnow thenow thesnow
snow now in treat of their own doors doorsAs doorsAs doorsAs
As a a result of the decisionof decl decision lon of thej the theftrect theStreet
Street Department not to touch the thesidewalks thesldowalks thesidewalks
sidewalks pedestrians will plow through throughslush throughstush throughstush
stush for the next few days aY8 unless unlessproperty unlessJiropert unlessproperty
property tolders have snow cleaned off offon olron o12on
on their own account accountOt accountOfficials I IOfficiate
Officiate Ot cia1 at th the Street Department this thismorning thismorillng thismorning
morning declared lRred they had no trouble in ingetting inEet ingetting
getting Eet tJng all the help needed today Host Hostof Mostot Moatof
of the th JflO men used were rnxlt rrulted d from fromtoo fromthe rom romho
too ho departments regular force of re reserves re reserves meserves ¬
serves servesThe servesThe servesThe
The work of the snow ploughs plo of the thestreet thetreet theStreet
street ear lines made the work of haul hauling baulJng haulIng ¬
ing the snow away on streets wtoere wtoerethe wilentbe w0oerethe
the car tracks lay comparatively comJN aUvey easy easyOn eAB eABOn easyOn
On many streets where no attempt was wasmade wumade wasinHAle
made to remove all tho snow the gutters gutterswere gutterswere
were cleaned cleanedSchedules cleanedSchedules cleanedSchedules I
Schedules Improved ImprovedTrains ImprovedTrains ImprovedTrains
Trains came and went this morning
from Union Station on their regular regularschedules r8CU1rchedule regularschedules
schedules with the single exception of oftrains ortrains oftrains
trains from the New England States StatesTho StateTho StatesThe
Tho Federal Express the Penn Pennsylvanias Penneylvanlas yl ylaulas ¬
vanias Boston flyer due here at t 946 945 did didnot didnot didnot
not arrive until after noon Freight Freighttrains Freighttrains Freighttrains
trains have resumed their normal sched schedules 8Ohedules sobedule ¬
ules ule JTralns Trains tearing 1MX1n the scenery for tore
The e Traveling l r Coaunan esman t which did
not arrive In tiT U time > e Tor tk > the he performance
last evening oven I n8 reached r Washington this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning
This morning wire communication was wasreestabll WIUIreeetabUed wasreestablted
reestabll reeetabUed ed to t < a number or outof
way wa poln which had ben cut oft o for forfrom
twentow lours or more Me Message agee
from the New England States where
the storm did most damage arrived here
this morning in large numbers numbersCOMMISSION numberCOMMISSION numbersCOMMISSION
COMMISSION FIXES FIXESPATES FIXESATES FIXESATESINTHE
PATES ATES ATESINTHE IN THE WEST WESTComplaints WESTComplaints X1ESTComplaints
Complaints Against Ag8in t Roads Satisfac Satisfactorily Satisfactorily Satisfactorily ¬
torily Disposed of ofToday ofTodny ofToday
Today TodayFortytwo TodnyForttwo TodayFortytwo
Fortytwo c ni4aiat3 cwi4ai < > aLa < 1 against the theSouthern theSouthecn theSouthern
Southern Pacific and oraer Western ral rail ¬
ways were disposed > f in a decision decisionmade cleclelonmade decisionmade
made public by the Interstate IlJt Istate Commerce CommerceCommission CommerceC
Commission C mmi8lon today it > s to the effect effectthat etr etectthat d dthat
that the rate of 85 cents per p hundred hundredpounds hundr hundredpounds c1 c1pounds
pounds heretofore charged by the roads roadsfor roads roadsfor roadsfor
for the transportation tran portaUon of hardwood lum lumber lumber lumher ¬
ber in carloads from ark arlous Iou > us points pointsalong polntJIalong pointsalong
along and west of the Mississippi l08 ls lppl river riverto rIvertoan riverto
to toan San f vanclseo ncl oo and ther Pacific ter terminals termlnal torininals ¬
minals was unreasonable unreWna le > but that their theirpresent theirpre
present pre ent rate of 75 coats per hundred hundredpounds hundredpounds hundredpounds
pounds is reasonable rea Reparation is isawarded 115awarded isawarded
awarded to the shippers who paid the
higher rate rateLANDSLIDE ratLANDSLIDE ratsLANDSLIDE
LANDSLIDE TAKES 28 28MADRID 28IADRID 28MADRID
MADRID Dec 3s Twentyeight 2STe t t per persons perBons person ¬
sons son perished in a a landslide e caused by bythe bythe bythe
the floods in a village near Vlamu YianaN YianaNlarrc Na Navarre
larrc
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Resolve to save a portion of ofevery ofevery i ievery
every dollar you earn during durin the thecoming thecoming i
coming year and deposit it with the theI theUank + i ibank
I bank handling savings accounts ex exclusively cxclusively ¬ 1 1elusively
clusively clusivelyThree i 1 1Three i
Three Per Cent Interest InterestCompounded interestCompounded 1
Compounded d SemiAnnually SemiAnnuallyOpen t tOpen
Open until 3 v 1 m dally daU and open 1 i
2 10 15 16 35 5 and last day of month monthuntil monthuntil I
until 6 p m Open Saturday night C to toNew t I
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New Accounts Invited t I
l EAST WASHINGTON SAVINGS BANK tl
t 312 Pennsylvania Avenue Southeast Southeastiuh + 1
+ + + + + + + + + iuh + 4 + fi + + + i + + + HiiHH + + f It
Financial FinancialINTEREST FinancialINTEREST FinanciaLINTEREST
INTEREST INTERESTPaid INTERESTPaid INTERESTPaid
Paid on oni onS onShvIng
i Savings SavingsAccounts S vings vingsAccounts S SAccounts
Accounts AccountsCommercial AccountsCommerctl AccountsCommercial
Commercial and Personal PersonalChecking PeronatCklng PersonalChecking
Checking tCklng Accounts Solicited SolicitedHome SolicitedHODle SolicitedHome
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