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I a THE WASHINGTON TIMES THURSDAY THUItqDAYJt T ± n RSDAY JUKE 16 1910 11 t
i f Securities Securities in Wall Street Very Dull But Rise Gradually From From a Weak Opening
READING LEADS THE MARKET ON ONSTRENGTH ONSTRENGTH ONSTRENGTH
STRENGTH OF 5 PER CENT CENTDIVIDEND CENTI CENTDIVIDEND
I DIVIDEND
NEW YORK Juno 16 16Slooks Stocks t opened openedheavy openedheavy openo1heavy
heavy In Wall Street today and re remained remained remaned ¬
mained dull most mo t of the session l n At the theopening theopening theopening
opening owning to the condition in inLondon InLondon InLondon
London most issues lost from to a afull atull auh1
full uh1 point pointReading pointReadiD poinLReadtn
Reading Readtn < was about the only IY security securitywhich HcurltywrJch eecurltywlich
which showed any animation anlm tlon In the theearly thoearly theearly
early trading It advanced half a point pointand pointand pointand
and was va the leader in the mornings morningstransactions morntnsstransacU morningstransactiong
transactions n It weakened somewhat somewhatbefore somewhatbefor somewhatbefore
before the noon hour but held bettor bettorthan bettorthan butterthan
than the other rails railsSmelters railsSmelters railsSmelters
Smelters was U ono of the weakest of ofthe otth oithe
the th < list due to various reports current currenthere eurrent1lere currentlere
here and in Europe that influences are arefit areilt areat
fit at work which blob may affect the company companyadversely companyadverselY companyadversely
adversely adverselyReports adverselYReports adverselyReports
Reports from the Northwest agree agreethat agreethat agreethat
that crop conditions are aboutperfect abou ertect
RAILROADS RAILROADSHigh
131 135High Yes YesHIgh
High Low pm C Close CloseATSFecam CIoeA o e eA
ATSFecam A T S Fe corn194 1fNifa III 1 1041 IIN IINA j jA
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Baltoand Balto and Ohio OhIo pfd pfdBrooklyn pf I 90 90Brroklyn 90Brroldyn
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NycandStL2d N NYCandStL YC and St 1 d I 95 95N 95N 95N
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Norfolk Node > lk West West1 West10C4 10 4 1tO 0 1 11100 11100Northern 100 4 1 1 1Northern 100 100Northern
Northern Paei Paeilctm Pacic c 194 4ti 124 1 12 1tt I 11t 11tPennsylvanfa1811Ji It ItPennsylvania 124 124pcnny1vania95tl
Pennsylvania Pennsylvanfa1811Ji lfi i 131 ½ 191HI 1I1 11J1 11J1P I 181 181pCC 131pCCStL ½
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Wabaehcom Wabaeh com 19 1S ½ 18 181 ½ I 19 19Wabashpfd 19Wabaah 19Wnbahi
Wabashpfd Wabaah pd 4 42V 42 44 f I 42 42Wisconsin 4Wieconain 42iconsin
Wisconsin iconsin Central com I SO SOWestern S6WeatemMarybmd 50WeaternMaryland
Western WeatemMarybmd Maryland 44 44 44 I 44 44NEW 44NEW
NEW YORK CURB MARKET MARKETFurnished MARKETFurnlbed IIIARKETFurnhbed
Furnished by E K F Hutton Co Vaab WasbInlton WathIngton VaabIngton
Ington Branch 191 F street northwest E EFloyd EoFlCld EFloyd i
Floyd Caverly Caved manager managerChino
manairrOpeRHIK
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Ely E Central Centra l 1 114 1ft 1kGIa 1 1Gila 1G11a
Gila Copper 5fc 6 i 51 6 6Giroux Ii IiGiroux 5Giroux
Giroux Mining 7 7Goldfield 7 6 7 7Goldfield 7Goldfield
Goldfield Cons S SInspiration SI 9 i S 9 9Inspiration 9Inspiration
Inspiration Copper 7 i 7 rl 74 i iMiami l ll 7 7MIami
Miami l a 1 Copper lf 1 20 19 9i 19 19Xipissing 1His 1HisJplsslng 19Ipissing
Xipissing Mines 11 1l3 11 11 11 llfhio 11Ohio 11Ohio
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and some so e interest was aroused arous d upon uponthe uponthe
the cumulative evidence of the bulletins bulletinsfrom buUetIflSfrom
from points in Canada and the StMos of ofth otthe ofthe
th the Northwest Trade authorities roj rojported ro roportld re reporttd
ported some improvement in steel and andiron andIron andiron
iron but this failed to offset ths th fears fearsemanating fearsemanatng I Imana
emanating mana lng from Washington that tho thoSteel thoSteel theSteel
Steel trust is not yet out of the woods woodswith woodswith woodswith
with the Department of Justice The Thestrength Thestrength Thestrength
strength in Reading was mainly due dueto dueto dueto
to the 3 per cent semiannual diyIdana diyIdanaon dlyld d don
on the common cO mon stock stockLondon stockLondon stockLondon
London Market Heavy HeavyThe HeavyThe HeavyThe
The London market after an exceed exceedingly exceedIngly exceedIngly ¬
ingly dull day closed heavy he v seeming 8 to tolack tolack tolack
lack snap even in the face of the strong strongshowing strongshowing strongshowing
showing made by b the Bank of Eng England England England ¬
land for tly week Pessimism Pe is the theorder theorder theorder
order of the day in speculative circles circlesIn I
In England and that condition prevails prevailslargely preaUslargely prevailslargely
largely here though trade conditions conditionsand conditionsand conditionsand
and crop outlook is better than a week weekago weekago weekago
ago
Todays days s New York Stock Exchange Price PriceQuotations Pr PrcesQuotations ces cesQuotatlens
Quotations furnished by w B Hlbbs H bs Co numbers ers New Yet York Stock Ex Exchange Exchange Exchange ¬
change Washington WashintonJtock J Stock Exchange and Chicago Board of Trade HibbaBaildln
INDUSTRIALS
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Diet D4 t Securities M 29K 90 I 39H 39HGeneral 30Goner31 39 39GOnOraIEIeCtrIC
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West WestE1ecMan Etec Man 62 62 62 1 61 61BONDS 61BONDS 61BONDS
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REPUBLICAN REPUBL CAN MACHINERY MACHINERYIS MACHINERY MACHINERYS
IS S BEING WELL GREASED 1
Continued from First Page Pagethat Pagethat Pagethat
that Mr r Taft will speak and act in inth inthp inthE
th thE < > campaign as they the desire There Therenave Thereiave There8ve
nave been several severa Insurgents of the theHouse the1ust thePruse
House > hanging han ng around the White WhiteHouse WhiteHouse WhiteIfouse
House recently recentlYr and while there have haveIpen havepEn havebeen
been pEn many indications inhcatlons that regular regularity ¬
ity is to be the watchword rf Mr MrTaf iIrTar MrTaf
Taf this summer the regulars want wantto wantto wantto
to make the thing sure sureAs sureAs sureAs
As a matter of fact there is going goingon
on in Washington right now a hot hotflght hotfight hotfight
fight between the regulars and the theinsurgents theinsurgents theinsurgents
insurgents to sway the President and andon andon andon
on the outcome outco of the struggle will willdepend willdpend willdpend
dpend how ho the campaign is to be run runThe runTh runThe
The Th regulars do not want 8nt to give the theinsurgents th thinsurgents theinsurgents
insurgents a lookin and the Insur Insurgents insurgen insurgents ¬
gents gen ts insist on setting ettin In As a re result result reult ¬
sult ult political advice is so thick in inthe Inth inthe
the th Presidents office that anybody anybodycould anYbodycould anybodycould
could cut It with a knife knifeMr knUeMr knifeMr
Mr Watson when he disappeared un under undfr unr ¬
der r the 111 < turbid waters did not die He Hecomes Hecomes e ecomes
comes to life about once a month lifts liftshis liftshis liftshis
his leonine head above the surging surgingwastes surgingwastes surgingwastes
wastes of private life shakes the spray
from his rebellious locks and pulls off a aslant astunt
slant Inpolitical aquatics which makes
I
all the fellows admire the fit of hlsj his
bathing suit He has great influence influencethe
with wlththe the Speaker and he Is a power It
the official life of the nation Conse ¬
quently whenever fie leaves l ves off count ¬
ing his seashells at the bottom of the
ocean everybody knows that things are
getting hot He has been called in by r
his regular friends to flx things
And Mr Ir Shermans middle name is isnot Isnot isnot
not Schoolcraft for nothing What he
didnt learn about politics while he was 8
In the House Hou e could be described in i
mighty few w wfkds < rds He knows it all
It might be said that Mr Watson and
Mr Sherman upon emerging from the
White House Hou e said they had not been beenable beenable beenable
able to talk to the President as Mr Ir
Taft bad other more pressing business businessBut
But they were Inside a long time and I
Mr Watson semiofficially stated that thatthere thattbero thatthere t
there were no seashells in the Executive e
Offices OmcesWhorefore OfficesWherefore OfficesWherefore
Wherefore it is inferred In erred that some something sometiling somethiin ¬
thing thiin of Import was said and that the thecoming thecoming hc hccoming e
coming campaign will bear the mark of ofthe otthe ofthe f
the advice of Mr Watson the deepsea deepseadiver deepseadher deepseadiver i
diver and Mr Sherman whose middle middlename middlename middlename e
name is Schoolcraft
TWO CORONERS HOLDING HOLDINGINQUESTS HOLDINGINQUESTS HOLDINGINQUESTS
INQUESTS IN SAME CASE
While Coroner Ashton was holding an aninquest anInquest anInquest
inquest in Alexandria county count this morn morning mornIng mornlug ¬
ing to toftx flx x the responsibility for the thedeath theMath thedeath
death In the Emergency Hospital in inthis Inthis Inthis
this city last night of John E Shore Shorefrom Shorefrom Shorefrni
from injuries received last Friday night nightwhen nightwh nightwhen
when wh > n a Washington as lngton Alexandria and andMt andMt andMt
Mt Vernon electric train struck a vet veterinary V veterinary t terinary ¬
erinary ambulance District Dl8tr t Coroner CoronerJRamsa J JRamsay JRamsar
Ramsay Ramsa Nevitt was wu swearing In a jury juryfor jurytor juryor
for or an inquest in Washington WashingtonThe VasblngtonThe
The collision colll lon occurred just beyond the thesouth theMuth the5nuth
south end of the Highway bridge but outthe butthe butthe
the death occurred on the Washington WashingtonFide
Fide ide of the river and the question of ofJurisdiction orjurisdiction ofjurisdiction
Jurisdiction caused considerable C ulderable confu confusion coaCuslon coafusion ¬
sion among the District officials and the theAlexandria theAlexandna theAlexandria
Alexandria county authorities The Vir Virginia Virnla Virginia ¬
ginia nla authorities however went ahead aheadwith aheadwith aheadwith
with the Inquest before the question qu tion bad
been settled and without swearing In a aJury ajU1 aJury 1
Jury over the body bodyAn bodyAn bodyAn
An inquest without a body bod Is an un unusual unusual unusual ¬
usual procedure and raises a question of ofthe r
the legal status of the verdict thus thusrendered thuBrenderect thusrendered B
rendered renderedShore renderectShore renderedShore
Shore with William Finchman Flnchm n and a
Charles Smith a negro was riding on ona ona ona a
a horse ambulance which was struck by b ba 7
a northbound train It was thought at t
first the accident occurred occurr In Virginia
but this morning a representative repr 80ntatlvG of f
the District Surveyors office visited the thescene thescene thescene e
scene and reported that it was in the e
District Under the law it Is said Dls Die1
trkst territory extends to the highwater r
mark on the Virginia shore
Coroner Nevitt will 111 disregard the In Inquest 1nqU Inquest ¬
quest qU 8t across the river today and will il
hold an investigation at the District Districtmorgue Dlatrlclmorgue Districtmorgue t
morgue as soon as Flncbnmii and Smith b
are able to leave the hospital
UNITED WIRELESS WIRELESSOFFICERS LRELESSOffiCERSDEFIANT
OFFICERS OffiCERSDEFIANT OffiCERSDEFIANTTake DEFIANT DEFIANTTake
Take Issue With Postoffice PostofficeInspectors PostofficeInspectors PostofficeInspectors
Inspectors Who Charge ChargeMoney ChargeMoney ChargeMoney
Money Was W a Diverted DivertedContinued DivertedContinued DivertedS DivertedContinuedfromFrst
S
Continued ContinuedfromFrst from First Page Pagean PagQan Pagean
an an examination before United States StatesCommissioner StatesComm1uionc StatesCommissioner
Commissioner Shields on July 12 12The 12The 12The
The technical charge against them themis
is using the mails to defraud by bymaking bymaking bymaking
making false representations as to tothe tothe
the status of the United Wireless WirelessTelegraph WirelessTelegraj5h INle a aTelegrah
Telegraph Companys stock stockImmense stockImmense stockImmense
Immense sums of money are alleged allegedto
to have boon turned into the coffers of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the company from all parts of the globe globebefore globehefore globebefore
before the postofflce inspectors and andoiner andOlner andotner
oiner Federal authorities a thOrlties got wind of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the plan and gave ve e it its quietus quietusBriefly quietusBrieflY quietusBriefly
Briefly told one officer is already alreadydeclared aJroadydeclared alreadydeclared
declared to have made 5000000 within withina
a few months while another is said to tohave tohave tohave
have gainid gain od a sum in the neighborhood neighborhoodInspector noIghborhoodof
of S1 I10000OOQ I10000OOQInspector OOOOOO OOOOOOInspector
Inspector Mayers Version VersionThe VersionTIle VersionThe
The plan is alleged to have involvedthe involved involvedthe InOlvedthe
the old game of watering of stock stockamounting stockllmounUng stockmounting
amounting to 200000 I shares shar Lot the theproject theproject theproject
project was consummated con ummated in such a amanner amanner amanner
manner that everyone appeared to tohave tohac tohave
have been bee deceived for a time at least leastThe leastThe tTh
The Th company issued S1O0000f SMX > MX worth of ofstock otstockthat ofstockthat
stock stockthat that is to say paper worth worthChief worthChlet worthChief
Chief Postofflce Po totflee Inspector Mayer Y er to today to toda today
day da said however that the stock wasnt wasntreally waen wasntreally
really re U worth wort onehundredth part p rt of that thatamount tfat tfatamount
amount An inside committee is alleged allegedto
to have h ve boosted the stock until it itreached Itreachtd Itreached
reached a value of iii 50 a share and until untilthe untilthe untilthe
the par value had risen to the sum > tm of ofLio00000
1000000000 And the most amazing fea feature feture feature ¬
ture of the whole scheme was that the thepublic thepublicpeoples thepublicpeoples
public publicpeoples peoples of all American and Eu European European Europoan ¬
ropean nations na Ona were actually purchas purchasing purchasIng purchasing ¬
ing the stock on that basis basisEvery basiEvery basisEvery
Every time a contract was made to toinstall toInstall toInstall
install a wireless apparatus upon an anocean Docean anocean
ocean liner said Inspector Mayer to to ¬
day the stock was boosted 6 6 a share shareIt shareIt
It is I one of the most astounding frauds fraudswhich fraudswhich fraudswhich
which has ever been foisted upon the thepublic thepubllceerllnly thepubliccertainly
public publlceerllnly certainly fiction even has never
known anything done upon such a gi gigantic gIRDtJc gigantic ¬
gantic scale scaleHow calQHow scaleflow
How Company Operated OperatedWith OperatedWlth OperatedWith
With each et additional boost of S5 5 ashare ashare a ashare
share the ostensible price of the aggre aggregate aregate aggregate ¬
gate stock rose afcOOOiGM s or more The Theinstallation TheinstllatioD TheInstallation
installation of a single apparatus upon upona
a liner tL Before dofe a as computed by b In Inspector Inspector Inspecter ¬
spector Mayer ayer furnished the company companywith eompoiiywith mp nywith
with additional funds sufficient to build builda I
a railroad The scheme > was practically
limitless limitlessThe IImIUeeTbe limitlessThe
The Uniteu Wlrless Company is th tb1 tb1outgrow th1outgrowth J Joutgrowth
outgrowth outgrow h of the Amalgamated Wire ¬
less Securities Company organised in
1904 Gradually its stock was u in increased increased Increased ¬
creased and later its name changed changedfrom ebagedtrom changedfrom
from time to time and with each eachchange eachchange eachchange
change there was an increase e in the thevolume tbeolum thesolume
volume olum of business busln and the capitali capitalization capitalization capitailzation ¬
zation zationAt zationAt zationAt
At one time it became the DeForest DeForestWireless DeFore8tWlre1e DeForestWireless
Wireless Telegraph Company and at ata 1ta tta
a certain period business buj appeared to to81tSO toslwitpso
8lb 81tSO < ap so much s s4 ad 7 in fact that its itsofficers Itaemeers Itsofficers
officers prepared to abandon It It But Butbusiness Butbusiness
business but < lnen picked up and th tIN scheme schemeprospered KAemeplOtlPered schemeprospered
prospered and increased The United
Company prof professed 4l ass ad to hare for Its ob ¬
Sect the t be combination combl atlOft of all wireless wirelesscompanies wlrel wlrelcompanies wirelesscompanies
companies companiesCHICAGO companiesCHICAGO companiesCHICAGO
CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET MARKETHijch 1ARKETWheat MARKETWheat
Wheat WheatJuly Q Open High Low 2 pm
July JulySeptember J ul ftiI P PSeptember q
September SeptemberDecember ptemberDecember 00 N1 00 50
December DecemberCora M st g tl16 Ot I s
Corn CoraJuly Cornduly CornTuly
July JulySeptember IS 50 50Septembec fiSI4
September SeptemberDecember W I fi8 8 6674
December DecemberNEW DecemberNEW 5514 50 5014 65 65NEW
NEW YORK COTTON MARKET MARKETOpen MARKETOpen MARKETOpen
Open High Low SKH SKHJuly 200Jul 99 99july
July Jul 1511 11S > 16 ILlS 1511 1511August ILUAugust I IAu
August Au t 14 141t 14 IUS 14 HC 14 IUS S I
September 1312 116 13 > 3S1S 1116
October 1241 1243 1 1246 1248 1248December nISDecember 1t4December
December 1227 1227 12S6 1227 1227RIVAL 7 7RIVAL
RIVAL CITIES MEET MEETCOMMITTEE MEETCOMMITTEEDEMAND
COMMITTEE COMMITTEEDEMAND COMMITTEEDEMANDContinued DEMAND
1 1Contk1u
Continued Contk1u from First rst Page Pageand I Iand
and as many Californians sat in the thecbrridor thecbrrldor I Icbrrldor
cbrrldor outside the committee room roomanxiously roomanxiously i ialxJousIy
anxiously awaking > the result of the themeeting themeeting I ImeeUn
meeting meeUn General Eetopiaal was quick quickto
to meet the emergency and authorized authorizedhis authorizedhis
his his friend to say that New Orleans Orleanswould i
would be delighted to raise e 7500000 1iOOoooAfter 760GI10After 7500000After
After a careful consideration of all allthe allthe i ithe
the points involved the committee committeecame committeecme committeecame
came to the conclusion that it had no noauthority noauthorit noauthority
authority to designate the city clt that thatshould thatshould thatshould
should hold the exposition butthat butthatIt but that thatit thatit
It had h d a right to say that any city citywhich citywhIch citywhich
which raised a sufficient amount of ofmoney otto ofmoney
money to guarantee the proper con conduct conduct conduct ¬
duct of otan an exposition had a right to tothe totho tothe
the committees sanction to com communicate cornmunicate
municate its intentions to foreign foreigngovernments foroilIlgovernments foreigngovernments
governments and ask those govern governmentsito goernmentsto governmentsto
mentsto send representatives repre entatlves and ex exhibits exhlbits oxhibits ¬
hibits hibitsThe hlbitsTbe hibitsThe
The real test will nl come next De December Docember
cember when the Committee on In ¬
dustrial Arts and Expositions passes passesupon passesuvon passesupon
upon the matter The composition of ofthat ofthat ofthat
that committee is such as to make makethe makethe makethe
the outlook rather favorable to New
Orleans since most of the members membersare
are from the Middle West a section sectlohthe
of > the country that will profit by b an anexposition anexposition
exposition in the Crescent City Cit CitG
General G neral Estopinal today expressed expressedhimself expressedhlmsel expressedhimself
himself as satisfied satl8 ed with the action of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Committee on Foreign Affairs All AUalong Allalong
along New Orleans has wanted the th set settlement settlement
tlement put off until December DecemberIn
In spite of the reluctance on the part partof partof
of members of the Foreign Affairs Com Committee CommlUe Cornznltte ¬
mittee to admit that the prize fight had hadanything b hadanything d dJthlng
anything Jthlng to t do with th the committees committesaction s sactIon
action it Is suspected that It wielded no
little influence on certain c rtaln members membersThe membersThe membersThe
The general impression that the tele telegram telegram telegram ¬
gram sent by Representative Bennet Qf QfNew QtNew f fNew
New York to San Francisco ancisco iri which whichthe whichthe whIchthe
the New Yorker said that the stir over overthe overthe overthe
the flght was detrimental to San Fran FranCiscos Franclscos frandecos
Ciscos interests was wholly the cause causeof causeof causeof
of Governor Gllletts action is questioned questionedby
by persons thoroughly familiar vltli vltliconditions vltllcon vithrCOflit1Ofl5
conditions con 1tSollS In n California caUorniaMr
Mr Bennet said today that he sent
the telegram after receiving a letter letterirum
irum from William viiiuun R ti Wheeler vnueier rormor forner AS Assistant Assistant
sistant Secretary of Commerce and
Labor and at present an associate associatemember 3880clatememb associatemember
member r 3 vith Ith th Mr Bennet on the Immi Immigration Immigration
gration Commission mmlion The New No York
Congressman said he did rot wire that
the fight was influencing Congress ongrees s but
that it was influencing the te country
against San Francisco FrnclscoIt
It is believed in certain quarters that thatperhaps thatperhaps
perhaps Republican members of Con Congr08S Congross
gross had something to do with Gover Governor Governor Governor
nor GIHets action Representatives Representativeswho
who are up for renomInation and ajr re reelection reelection ¬
election this year are said to be fearful
that If theprize the prize J flcht ht is i riot > ot stooped stoopedevery stonpodevery
every man in public life who nght n jtbt
have helped atop it and did not would
be marKed for slaughter by the reform ¬
ers
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ARE FEATURES FEATURES OF LOCAL LOCALMARKET LOCAL LOCALr LOCALMARKET
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MARKET MA RKET
Bonds railway shares and type typemachines typemAchlnO typemachlno
mAchlnO were the features of trading tradingOB
OB the local Stock Exchange yester yesterday ye yesterday ter terday ¬
day Potomac Po mac Electric Consolidated ConsolidatedVs
Vs s sold at at the recent price of 191 191and 11and 101and
and Emerson Steam Pump Ss 5 came cameout cameout cameout
out at DS DSCapital 91Capital 95Capital
Capital Traction stock was in small smalldemand smalldemand smalldemand
demand and sold at 129 a recession recessionfrom roce recessionfrom elon elonfrom
from former sales Electric common commonwas commonwas commonwas
was stronger stron er at 34 and sold Quite Quitefreely quitetreely quitefreely
freely at that figure figureMengenthalor flsure1Iel1genthaJor figureMengenthalor
Mengenthalor went on record at 220 220and 220and O Oand
and fractions higher and the t e Lanston Lanstonrights Lanstorarights Lanstonrights
rights went off like hot cakes at 8 8up 8up 3up
up to 350 350Lanston 350Lnston 350Lanston
Lanston stock sold twenty shares sharesat
at 79 79Bank 79Bank
79BAnk
Bank shares received scant atten attention attenties ¬
tion and no sales M es were effected effectedu
Eo 6 H Harriman CoJF e1 u f Morgan MorganCo IorganCo
Co referring to an announcement announcementof announcem t tot
of the Hocking Valley Railroad Com Company Compny Cornof ¬
pany of Aprils April 5 191ft 19 in which the com company company cornpanT ¬
pany signifies its intention of retiring retiringthe reUri retiringthe g gthe
the preferred stock at par gives notice
that they are prepared to carry out the theterms thaterms theterms
terms of that that thatthe notice up 1 to June 31 31 In Inthe 1nthto
the original notice attention was called calledto calledto
to the fact that both in the articles udcl of ofincorporation etIncorporatloft ofincorporation
incorporation aDd in every outstanding oac ousataudhigstock outstandingstock usallgstock
stock certificate the right to redeem the thepreferred thereferred ti tiPreferred
preferred stock at par is specifically de declared de declared dodared ¬
clared claredf
f j I A G Plant Co CoIn In some Quarters Quartersfavorable tu quartersavorable rter rterfCavorable
favorable attention is given to the ap ¬
parent change ge in our foreign trade con conditions condftions ¬
ditions indicated in the May statement statementof
of imports and 00 exports The imports
for that month were smaller > than for forany forany forany
any other month since last August t and andthe
the exports were larger than for any anycorresponding any anycorrespondIng anycorresponding
corresponding month in history hi with withthe withthe lOt
the exception of May 1S07 Both these thesechanges theseChanges eebnge
changes were 1C ii the right direction directionE
E F Hutton Co CoThe The Senate Inter Interstate Interate Interstate ¬
state Com CohWIrce j rce Committee to which wl ch the
Stevens bill on Mils of lading has ha been beenreferred beenreferred beenreferred
referred is In Conference with represen representatives representativea en entatlv ¬
tatives tatlv of the various commercial or organizations orJanlz3tlons organixatioug ¬
ganizations of New York The commit committee committee committee ¬
tee will bo urged to report favorably
the bill as it is considered C the funda fundamental fundamental fondamental ¬
mental steo st ten D toward weventlnc frauds frau 8
in bills of lading
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TAFT Mio IS ABUSED ADUlitUDBS ABUSEDBY Annorn I IBY
BY PHOF LAUGHLIN LAUGHLINDES
DBS MOINES IOI ES Iowa June 16 16He He is isweak iiiwttLk isweak
weak in moral courage and listens to tothe tothe tothe
the voices of the selfish interests de declared de declared dodared ¬
clared Prof J Laurence rence Laughlin of ofthe orthe ofthe
the University of Chicago in an attack attackon
on President ldent Taft which utterance has hascreated 8created baacreated
created comment in the heart of the in insurgent Insurgent Insurgent ¬
surgent territory here today todayThe todayThe todayThe
The professor or from the t e Oil college collegeaddressing collegeaddressing coflegeaddressing
addressing the graduates at Drake Uni University UniversitY Unversity ¬
versity referred to Theodore Roosevelt Rooseveltand Rooseveltand Rooseveltand
and compared his Administration with withthat withthat withthat
that of Taft to the detriment of the theprof thela thelatter
la latter
prof ij Lautrhltn at no time mentioned mentionedthe
the President by name but made clear clearwho clearwho clearwho
who he meant meantRoosevelt meantRoosevelt meantRoosevelt
Roosevelt he said won j < ron the hearts heartsof
of the people by taking them Into his hisconfidence hisconftdence hisconfidence
confidence by b standing out strongly stronglyagainst s strongtragainst 1Y 1Yagainst
against selfish sel sh and corrupting interests interestsand Interestsand interestsand
and by aligning b5 b 1self self with the people peopleon
on all question > < eclal interests had hadno hadno badno
no voice in his Jnaiatration JnaiatrationThe
The other air a h i i s a man who wnostands wbostnds whostands
stands out in slu shp sh T p > > ntrast Possibly Possiblyno
no greater gre ter ow OIJOn oprz > on io ol for leadership leadershipever
ever confronted contront d a a man but this one onefailed oneCalled onefailed
failed to grasp It ItHe It ItHe itHe
He is wo weak k in moral courage and andlistens andlistens andlistens
listens to the voices of the selfish h in interests interests Interests ¬
terests He is a tele t letant ant weak well wellntenUoned well4ntentioned
intentioned failure failureDEFENSE failureDEFENSE failureDEFENSE
DEFENSE ATTEMPTS ATTEMPTSTO
TO BAR BARTESTIMONY BARTESTIMONYCUCAGO TESTIMONY TESTIMONYcHICAGO
CHICAGO CUCAGO JUie Jtti 16 16Attorney Attorney for forRepresentative torRepresentativ forRepresentative
Representative Lte ONeil Browne Brownecharged Brownecharged Brownecharged
charged with buying bu1J Ig votes otes to aid the theelection theeleotion theelection
election of United States Senator Lor LorImer LorImer LorImer
Imer today continued in their legal legaleffort legaleffort legaleffort
effort to exclude from the case the tea testImony teatimony
tImony of Representative George W Wers
Myers ers and others who have been called
to corroborate the testimony of Rapresentatlye Rep Representatye
resentatlye Charles A A White
The arguments were prolonged and andtechnical andtechnical
technical but from the start it was de declared de dodared ¬
clared the defense could not maintain
its contention and that the testimony testimonywould testimonywould
would be allowed to go in inThe InThe inThe
The defense suffered another shock to ¬
day when Representative Rep esontative ntatie Joseph S
Clark of Vnndaia Vuda Ia appeared as a wit witness witness witnoes ¬
ness againit R Bxjwne Ownt Clark himself
Is under Indictment at Springfield in inconnection Inconnection inconnection
connection vIth > itn State hourse furniture
deals dealsCOMMISSION dealsCOMMISSION dealsCOMMiSSION
COMMISSION ORDERS ORDERSREDUCTION ORDERSREDUCTION ORDERSREDUCTION
REDUCTION IN RATE RATEOn
On complaint of the Commercial Commerciafcjub Commerciafcjubof Club Clubof Clubof
of CTmaha ctmaho against various railroads railroadswith railroadswith railroadswith
with regard to the rate on lumber from fromthe fromthe from fromthe
the South the Interstate Commerce
Commission today rendered r render a decision
that the rate t Omaha Des Moines Molnesand Moinesand
and nd Lincoln ouht not in the future
exceed 25 cants per we pounds pou This is isone ISone Isone
one and onehalf cents lees than the thercilroads
railroads are now charging
NATIONAL BANK BAr K STOCKS STOCKSAmerican STOCKSAmerIcan STOCKSAmerican
American National N tlcnal Bank 182 i IK
Capital National Bank 3H 00
City National Bank m r 1st
Columbia National Bank 235 5
Commercial National Bank SM 2 a It
Sarni I Meeh Nat Bank m
Lincoln National Bank m 1
Metropolitan JI ropoutan National Bank 301
Riggs National Bank m I GS
Second National Bank BankIi m HI
National Bank of Wash h 3 i DI
District Bank BankTRUST S III IIITRCST IX
TRUST COMPANY STOCKS STOC
American Seority ritr it Trust asKt 100 300
National Savi s p t Trest Treat t oT II
Union Trust
jm u
w WUIa114rtOR Wnfrtoa Loan I Trust m Si m
United States Stat Trust Tr n Di u 1JI
SAVINGS SA VING BANK STOCKS
Horn Pavings PavingsM a aMerch
M ferch rch Mech Saitaics S iap j 154
Union Saving Sa Sarhigahe V T g
tme he Savings Bank n tgb 33
Jut sat Washington SaT Bank BtudtrIRE Mjt MjtFTRIC 22 22FIRE
FIRE INSUHAXCK STOCKS
Arlington Fire Insuranee insura m
Com Fire FireCoIeOIIUI Insurance 9
Corcoran Fire Insurance 77 11
FirenvsnB Fire It Izrraji > tranc m 2
G Ger r Am Ameriean riean Fire Ins a 250 m
Nat Union lire Insurance mt a
Potomac Fin Insurance lJUnaraDeeTITLE 3 3TITLE 31 31TITLE
TITLE INSURANCB l SURA Cll STOCKS
Coitimbla Tit Inmiranee l untaee 414 4 g
Real Estate sia4 1144e 1Ue Iris 99 m
Washington 7itVe tle Ins j jiOSCELI IXISCBLIML 3MISCELLANEOUS
iOSCELI XISCBLIML MISCELLANEOUS NEOOS OUS STOCKS STOCKSColonial ST STColonIal STOcjsColonial
Colonial Beach Beachmerson s 28r1IOD
Kmerson merson r1IOD Steam Pump a 4 41
Orapbo com cornGraphu 7 S I
GrapbojotA GraJbo hid hid3arch a I
Mtrch T Trans nu A Storage ijg i
Security ty Storage toageWashington 2H
Washington Market 15 1
DICKINSON TO MAKE MAKETOUR MAKETOUR
TOUR OF OFTHEORLD OFTHEORLDSecretary THE WORLD I IS
I Ifrom
Secretary S retar of War DIckinson will u start
from W Washington lncton tonight to duplicate
President Pre Sdeot Tafts trh trip around the world worldmade worldmade
made when the latter was wn Secretary of
War Secretary Dickinson will go first rst
to Nashville to attend U the military 1Itary tour tournament tourDMeDt tournament ¬
nament then to Chicago and will sail
from San Francisco Frncl co on June 3t for the
Philippines via Honolulu and Japan JapanHe JapaHe
He will wUIDe be accompanied by Mrs Dick ¬
inson hie son J M Dickinson jr Gen GenClarence GeoC1rence Genclarence
Clarence R Edwards dwrd and Mrs Edwards Edwardsand Eclwanlsand Edwardsand
and their daughter daug ter Mr and Mrs Lara LaraAnderson LrzAnderson LamAnderson
Anderson and Lincoln R R Clark ClarkThe ClarkThe ClarkThe
The Secretary Seeretarywjll retary will inspect Pearl har harbor harbor barher ¬
bor and the fort at Honolulu on July 4 4The 4 4Tbt 4The
The party will arrive in Yokohama on
July 15 1 and will 111 remain in Japan until j
July 3 21 when they will sail from Naga Nagasaki NagasakI ¬
saki for Manila The Secretary will willspend wiUspend willspend
spend about five weeks in the Islands Islandsmaking Islandsmaking Islandsmaking
making a general trip of inspection
SCHOOL FOR BOYS BOYSCLOSES BOYSCLOSESFOR
CLOSES CLOSESFOR FOR YEAR YEARCards YEARCards
Cards of Honor and Certifi Certificates Certific Certificates ¬
cates c tes of Graduation Are AreAwarded AreAwarded AreAwarded
Awarded AwardedWASKIMOTOK AwardedWASHIXOIOK AwardedWAW26f7TOX
WASKIMOTOK TliMB BCKBU17 BCKBU17AJLXXAXDRIA BCJUUJ1ALKXUCDJUA BUULUALXAKDL
AJLXXAXDRIA YJU v lA JCXX IT ITWashington 11WaUIBsloa 17Washington
Washington Public School for Boys Boysclosed Boysclosed Boysclosed
closed this Uti morning mon aSo In Principal T TH TH TH
H H FiekMns room cards of honor in inthe lathe inthe
the second year high school were wereawarded wereawrdecl wereawarded
awarded Charles Cbarl Edward CorbettCourtlDd CorbettCourtland Corbett CorbettCourtland
Courtland Harwell Davis Harold HaroldWindsor Harold1n HaroldWindsor
Windsor 1n or Davis Joha Frank Bill Earl EarlCarlton EarlCrltoa EarlCanton
Carlton Wells and Irvine I Lindsey LindseyCards LiDdMyCards LindseyCards
Cards of honor in Arst year high highschool hlgbschool highschool
school were awarded John Samuel SamuelIgoe Samu SamulIgos l lIgoe
Igoe Thomaa Tb lllllMelvUle Melville Jones William WilliamLawrence Wt11IanLawrence
Lawrence Phillips and Herman Henry
Pohl PohlCertificates PohlCertlftCte PohICertiflcstes
Certificates > of graduation were wereawarded wereawarded wersawarded
awarded Gilbert Gnbe Jefferson Cox Rae RaeOebome RaeOsborne I IOsborne
Osborne Davis am Irving Alexander AlexanderTennyson AlexaDderTennyson AlexanderTennyson
Tennyson TennysonMarlon TennysonXa1lon Tennysonsilon
Marlon silon Janney teacher of the soy seventh MTcRth soyeath ¬
enth grade awarded a gold 0141 medal to toBarton toBarton toBarton
Barton Phillips Prices for attend attendance attendance attendanee ¬
ance wore awarded a Robert McDonald McDonaldClayton XcDonaJdC1ayton cDonaIdClayton
Clayton Bowman and Howard St StClair StCItr StClair
CItrCertlflcates ClairCertificates Clair ClairCertificates
Certificates were awarded war ecl Kenneth KennethAltclieson XeDDethAltehe30D KennethAitcheson
Altclieson William Will Boswell Clayton ClaytonBowman ClAytonBowJftD ClaytonBowman
Bowman Stewart Brown Carlton CarltonBuraell Carlton CarltonBurneli
Buraell Alden Chesser er Lester Cook CookMaurice CookMaurice CookMaurice
Maurice Dobson Wilbur Ridgeway
Urban Ur Smith Ethelbert Downham DownhamHoward DhwnhamHoward
Howard St Clair Charles Cnrl Sullivan SullivanWilliam 81111 81111WnU8m SqllivanWilliam
William Downs Charles Haatzmon HaatzmonHarold HantamonHarold
Harold Xoore Phillip Peyton Burton BurtonPhillips BurtonPbllltp BurtonPhil1ps
Phillips Edward Quinn Eldon Raison Raisonand Ra180n8Dd Ralsonand
and George Rodgers RodfersA
A trolley ride to Falls Church win be begiven bedven beriven
given by Fitzgerald Council No Noxdata sso ssoKghts 9 9JCnlgnts
JCnlgnts of Columbus to the thead mea4 mnewess mnewessand > ers ersand
and their women friends Monday 0Dda 0DdaatteIId to toattend t tattend
attend the annual sprint f festirs Uv > > < > f St StJohns StJohn StJohns
Johns Church A special car wl l leave IvetIIe leavetbe < ave
tIIe corner nter Of Prince and Ron Ront streets streetsat
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