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14 THE WASHINGTON TIMES. TUESDAY, APRIL 15, 1913. HENDERSON FUNERAL SERVICES TODAY fc Body of Former Missouri Sena - tor Will Be Laid to Rest at Arlington Cemetery. Funeral services for John B. Hender son, former Senator from Missouri, who died Saturday, were held this after noon at 3 o'clock at Henderson castle, Florida avenue and Sixteenth street. The burial will be in Arlington Ceme tery. The services were very simple, and attended only by members of the family and their closest friends. There were no honorary pallbearers. F. E. HUTCHINS. The funeral of F. EL Hutchlns. spe cial attorney for the Attorney General, was held today in Warren, Ohio, The Masons of that city accorded the last honors to the dead. Mr. Hutch ins was a thirty-second degree mason and a Knight Templar. He is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Mary H. Drake, and a son, Frank V. Hutchlns, or rsor folk, Va. MRS. LILY D. KERR. The funeral of Mrs. Lily D. Kerr was held today at 9 o'clock from St. Paul's Church, at Fifteenth and V streets. The burial will be in ML Olivet Ceme tery. MARTIN O'CONNOR. Midnight funeral services will be held tonight at the Cathedral of the Scot tish Rite for Martin O'Connor, who died at Emergency Hospital Sunday, the of- fleers of Robert D. Bruce council of ficiating. Mr. O'Connor was for many years an employe or. me adjutant general's or fice In the War Department, and was prominent in Masonic circles. He was a past master of Jerusalem Lodge, No. 9, F. '-A. A. M-. a past commander of De Molay Mounted Commandery, Knights Templar, a member of all the Scottish Rite bodies, and a knight com mander of the court of honor in the supreme council of the Scottish Rite Masons. U. S. Plans to Prevent Repetition of Disaster That the United States is taking even possible measure to apply the lesson of the loss of the Titanic is the declara tion of Secretary of Commerce Redfleld In a letter sent today to Senator Fletcher. The Secretary says that an erroneous Impression has gone abroad that noth ing has been done to remedy the con ditions that permitted the loss of the big "White Star steamer a year ago and insists that the facts are "very much otherwise. An international agreement covering all phases of ocean safety will be draft ed, the Secretary says, at a conference to be held, probably in London, late this summer. In the meanwhile he plans to appoint a general advisory committee, made up of experts in every line of marine endeavor, to recommend a comprehensive, plan to provide safety for travelers, both on the oceans and on all Inland waters. Brown Says Monument Needs Marble Base "The "Washington Monument has never been completed. It needs a base." This statement was made by Glenn Brown, secretary of the Amrlcan In stitute of Architects, In an address be fore the Georgetown Citizens' Assocla toln In Potomac Bank Hall last night. Mr. Brown explained that this was not only his opinion but that .it was the opinion of the Park Commission that made its report to President Roosevelt in 1902, recommending that a marble terrace be placed at the foot of the tall stone shaft to finish it from an architectural standpoint with a deco rative base. The Monument as it has stood for years has no base of any description. It rises in a straight line. Wholesale Produce Market Ergs Nearby, fresh, 17'ic per doz , South- 8 1CHS17C leese New Tork. new. 18c lb : Cat. Xc. Butter ElEln print. 3r3Sc. tub. 2Se lh process, ISc lb. Live Poultry Heni. 17lSc; rooster. S10c per lb.: turkey. I03Ec per lb.: chicken. large. 20012c per lb.; medium. 2Jc per lb. Duck, neisc per IK Dressed roultry Turke s, 21824c per lb ; hens. 22S23c per lb.: ducks. ISc lb : chicken. KSltc per lb. Oreen Fruits California oranges. JJ.0O33 18 per box: lemon. M 00 per box. pineapple, per crate, ll-0fl2.. Florida grapefruit, S3 40 per box: taheerlnes. X2.W31 60 per box: apple. Meats Dressed Lightweight pork. 10211c per lb., heavier. JOSlOHc per lb Vegetables Potatoes. 7Sc per bu . celery. 70c 6SL10 per dox.; yams. 11.40 per bbl: onions. He per crate: cabbage. WS76c per 100 lb.; lettuce. fl.C03n.70 per basket: beet, 11.34 QUA per 100 bunches; equash.SLCObbl.: sneel 01.40 per 100 bunches; squash. H.J0 bbL; sweet potatoes, t2.S93.00 per bu . lima beans, ISc per Qt.: cauliflower. tl.OOS2.00 per bbL Army and Navy ARMY. Colonel CHAP.LES L. PHILLIPS. Coast Artillery Corps, from com mand of Fon Screven. Ga.. and of the coast defenses of Savannah, to Fort IVInfleld Scott, Cal . and as sume command of that post and of the coast defenses of San Francisco. Colonel WILLOl'GHBY WALKE, Coa6t Artillery Corps, from the com mand of Fort Strong. Mass . to Fott Scteven, Ga., and assum command of that post and of the ocact de fenses of Savannah. First Lieutenant ROBERT N CAMP BELL. Coafct Artillery Corps, as signed to the One Hundred and Eighteenth Company. Second Lieutenant ALEXANDER H. JONES. Thirteenth Cavalry, from Fort Riley, Kans., to his troop at Clint. Tex. NAVY. Lieutenant S F HEIM. to receiving chip at Mare Island, Cal. MOVEMENTS OF VESSELS. Arrived AJax at Colombo. May doner at Tangier Sound. Nanshan at Shim onosoki, Sterett, Warrington, Beale, at New York yard, Dixie at New York. Pocket at Indian Head, Con necticut at Philadelphia, Mars nt Lambert Point, Monaghan, Burrows, Patterson, Trippe, Ammen, at Bos ton. Balled Dolphin from Piney Point for 'Tangier Sound, Eagle from Santiago for.Guantanamo. Vulcan from Mel , -vill Station for Hampton Roads, t. .Glacier from Corlnto for Guaymaa. WASHINGTON AND NEW illUALIPOSITS 13,931,779 MORE Report of Comptroller of Cur rency on Washington Banks Shows Large Increase. Individual deposits in the banks of the District of Columbia were f3.931.TT3.13 greater on April 4 than thpy were on February 4. according to the compila tion of the statements of the banks completed by the Comptroller of the Currency, this afternoon. Of this total the national banks had $1.S95,446.90 more than they had at the previous call; the trust companies H,3S2,&55.44, and the savings banks $653,476.79. The total resources of the national banks increased $2,584,156.39; of the trust companies J1.521190.SS, and of the sav ings banks $741,379.60. Loans and discounts by the national banks increased $1,337,237.97; by the trust companies $384,133.32. and by the savings banks S376.51S.73. Undivided profits of the national banks increased by $78,202.40; of the trust com panies S14o.216.3S, and of the savings banks $7,188.38. The lawful money reserve In the na tional banks Increased $182,835.32. de creased $99,293.10 in- the trust companies and Increased $41,693.77 In the savings banks. The bond buying was decidedly better in today's session of the Washington Stock Exchange, a total of $12,500 being traded. A feature of the stock trading was Washington Gas, wkhich following the meeting of the directors yesterday at which no dividend or other action was announced, dropped from the re cent high prices to 8 at which price 121 shares were sold. United Cigar Stores of America, a New Tork curb stock in which many Washlngtonlans are Interested, made a sensational drop yesterday to 91i when it became known that the dividend rate had been lowered from 7 to 5 per cent by the passing of the extra quarterly dividend of per cent. The stock reached the price of $116 a share in De cember. On Friday the closing price was 98. On Saturday' the price broke to 95 with about $400,000 nt shares trndprt The profit and loss account of the United Cigar Stores of America for the period to December 3L 1912, follows: Dividends received (less charges) and net surplus of Corporation of United Cigar Stores acquired 8.879,3a Deduct amount charged to profit and less on reorganization and ad justment of capital accounts be tween companies 712.659 Preferred dividend WZ) 79.161 Profit and loss surplus December 31, 1912 1.0S7.5S2 The general balance sheet of the United Cigar Stores or America as of December 31, 1912, follows: ASSETS. Stocks and bonds in other companlea$29.995.341 Cash 219.9S5 Demand loans 50.000 Bills receivable 1.718.000 Accounts receivable 19,507 Total 32,802.834 LIABILITIES. Capital atock preferred 94,527,000 Capital stock common 27,182.000 Accounts payable, provisions, etc. 26.2S2 Surplus 1.087,551 Total 1 32,802,834 It will be seen from the above that the principal assets are "stocks and bonds in other companies." against which, figures are placed or $29.995,34L On a 5 per cent dividend basis. United Cigar Stores is compelled to earn In excess of $1,600,000 per annum on its is sued capitalization of $31,689,000. The company was reported to have done a business of In the neighborhood of $30,000,000 last year. It is reported to be doing as large a business this year as last. A Philadelphia house has Issued the following statement of earnings of the Jim Butler mining property. In which there are some local holdings. The stock is dealt in on the New Tork curb. REPORTED EARNINGS. December 112.159 January 20.S12 February 20,:93 March 10.600 Average IS.941 TONNAGE. Tons. December 1$ January 1.6S4 February 1.SJ.7 March 1.700 Average 1.635 Estimated. VALUER PER TON. Net. December X3M January 12.25 February 10 SO March 6 25 Average 9.70 Reports Mate that during March part of the ore was extracted from the upper levels to help maintain the weekly shipping sched ule of 350 to 450 ton. This ore. It Is stated. Is of loner grade, the mine values lncreaa Ing as depth Is obtained. Hence the compar atively low net returns for March. New York Cotton Market. Furnished to The Washington Times by A. G. Plant & Co.. 1415 G street northwest. Open. High. Low. 1 p.m. Mav 11-R0 11.82 11.71 11.73 July 11.78 11.83 11.73 11.76 October 11.38 11.41 11.38 11.33 WESTEiW IL IWiliJ LLssssssjaga mamwm BsssssssstsftskWirtSsssMssssssa TELEWRAM THIS. M. VAIL, PRWNNT Jfio &&&&& THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY Washington Stocks. GOVERNMENT BONDS. Bid Ask-H V. S. Rg. 2's 100S 100T4 IT. S. Coupon 2'3 100i? ... L. S. Reg. 3's 102', lOT-i U. S. Coupon 3s 102 103 U. S. Beg. 4's 113H 114'i U. S. Coupon 4's.... Ho?, 114 GAS BONDS. Georgetown Gas 5's Washington Gas 5's 1US RAILROAD BONDS. Capital Traction R. R. 5's.... 1094 Anacostia & Potomac 5's 9S City &. Suburban 5's 101 Columbia R. R. 5's 100 Columbia R. R. 6's 101 Metropolitan R. R. 5's 105U Wash. Ry. & Elec. 4's 83U Wash. Alex. Ac Mt. Ver. 6's.. .. MISCELLANEOUS BONDS. 107 103 U0U 100 81 97 101 ior;4 Potomac Elec. Cons. 5's 10Oli Potomac Elec. Lt. 5's .'.. 1044 C. & P. Telephone 5's 104 Amer. Tel. A: Tel. 4's 103 D. C. Paper Mfg. 5's $0 Wash. Market fa's 1927 105 Wash. Market 5'h 1947 105 W. M. Cold Storage 5's 97 105 N. & XV. Steamboat 5's 104 Rlggs Realty 5's (long) 102 103 PUBLIC UTILITr STOCKS. Capital Traction 122s 123i Wash. R. & Elec. com 91H 93 Wash. Ry. & Elec. pfd.. ...... 91H 91 Wash. Va. Ry. pfd 80 N. & W. Steamboat 202H 209 Washington Gas 858 K Georgetown Gas 100 130 Eastern Lt. & Fuel 113 Am. Tel. & Tel 120 TYPE MACHINE STOCKS. Mergenthaler Linotype....... 21S Lanston Monotype S4?i NATIONAL BANK STOCKS. 2i9; American Nat. Bank Capital Nat. Bank , Columbia Nat. Bank Commercial Nat. Bank District Nat. Bank Fat. & Mech. Nat. Bank. Lincoln National Bank.... Metropolitan Nat. Bank... Riggs Nat. Bank Second National Bank Nat. Bank of "Wash lUCXI 170 220 250 197 146 250 153 200 180 210 loO 210 580 ... 162 175 25G iffl 140V& TRUST COMPANY STOCKS. Amer. Sec. & Trust 300 310 Nat. Sav. & Trust 265 275 Union Trust 135V4 13STi Wash. Loan & Trust 226 150 United States Trust 137 SAVINGS BANK STOCKS. Citizens Savings Bank 19H Home Savings 225 Union Savings 246 Bank of Com. & Sav 12 140 17 East Wash. Sav. Bank laV4 . FIRE INSURANCE STOCKS. Arlington Fire Insurance 13 Corcoran Fire Insurance 80 Firemen's Fire Insurance.... 1VA Franklin Fire Insurance Ger. Amer. Fire Ins 270 Nat. Union Fire Ins. 6 Potomac Fire Insurance 33 TITLE INSURANCE STOCKS. Columbia Title Insurance 6 14 21V4 IV MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS. . Chapln Sacks 160 220 D. C Paper Mfg. Co 134 Graphophone com.. Grapho Pref'd Merch. Trans. & Storage 105 Security Storage 210 Washington Market 17$ SI 120 Sales Today on the Local Exchange "Washington Gas 5's, $1.0(106108. City and Suburban R. R. 6's, $1.0003 101. Washington Railway and Elcctlrc 4's, S1.000S3. $l,0OOffl. Potomac Consolidated 5's, $1,000100. Washington Railway and Electric, preferred. 2S391?4. 25S911, 3089134. Washington Gas. 25SS5, 25S5. 25 85, 10585. American Security and Trust. BSOOS. After call American Security and Trust. 12fi305. "Washington Gas, 2&gS5. 10S5, 185. Mergenthaler. log21SH. ashlngton Gas S's. $5"5308, $1.000ft 108. Washington Railway and Electric 4's, $6,0OSS3. New York Curb Market. Furnished to The Washington Times by Harrlman & Co., New York. G. B. Chlpman, Manaeer Local Branch. Colorado Building. Bid. Asked. Anglo-American Oil 18li 19 Atlanta-Goldfield 16 17 Bay State Gas H Braden Copper SS 84 British Columbia Copper 2 2'4 International Rubber 12 12 Chicago Subway 2 4 Cobalt Lake 53 58 Glroux Mining 2a 2 Greene-Cananea 7 74 Kerr Lake 3 3 La Rope Con 2i 2 Manhattan Transit 14 Vi McKlnley-Darragh US 2 Nipisslng Mines 8T 9 Ohio Copper 4 Zi Standard OH ot N. J 355 337 Tonopah Belmont A fi,'. Tonopah Mining of Nev 5 5S TrI Bullion ,'. I'nlted Cigar Stores 92 92 United Cigar Stores pf Ill 114 Yukon Gold 2 24 Jim Butler 1 1 UNION YORK FINANCIAL NEWS New York Market. (By Timer's Direct Wire. 1:3) Tn High. Low. p.m. CIom Amalgamated Coppi 77. 76 76, I 77H American Beet Sug 32 32W S2i HSH American Can rs1 33t 34". i :5V American Can. pr... 96 f6 96 I Don Alter. C. & F. com. 51 50 SOW I 50 American Ice Securlf 26 26 26 I 26 American Locomotlvi 37 37 37 ' 37 American Smelting... 71 6S 69Vi I 71 American Sugar & RilM lit 114 1114 American Tel. & Tel. 131H 131 131 i :31 American Tobacco... 237 237 237 1 2J9 Am. Writ. Paper pf... 29 29 19 I 30V4 Anaconda 3S 3SV4 3SV I 33 Atlantic Coast Line.. 123 123 123 I 123S Atchison 102i 101 102 1 102 Halt. & Ohio P9V4 9SH 99 I 99 Bethlehem Steel 34 34H 34 I :4 B.F.Goodrich 35 :4 25 I 35 Brooklyn R. T. 91 M 91 I 91 California Petrol 42 39. 40 I 42 Callt Petrol pf 71 71 71 I 71 Canadian Pacific 242V 241 242 1 141 Central Leather 25 2i 25 I 25H Cen. Leather pf. MH ?4 94! 94 Chts. &Ohlo 67 66 66 I 66 Chlno Con. Copper... 42 41 41 I 42 Chicago &G.W. 15 14 14 I 16 Chi.. Mil. & St. P.... 109 108 109 I 103 Chicago & N. W 133 123 133 1 131 CoL Fuel & Iron 33 33H 33! 34 Consolidated Gas 132 131 131 1 132 Corn Products 10 10 10 I 10 Corn Products pfd.... 64 64 64 I c6 General Electrics 140 140 140 1 140 Erie 30 29 294 I 29 Great North, pfd 127U 1264 126. 1 127. Goldfleld Cons 2 2 2 I 2 Illinois Central J20 119 119 ' 119 Inter. Metro 17 17 V I 1 Inter. Metro, pfd 58 53 53 I 57 Kan. City & South.... 25 21 25 I 2J Lehigh Valley 160 158 159 1 159 Loose-Wiles com 33 32 32 133 Louis, t Nash 133 133 133 1133 Mex. Petrol 5S 56 57 I 59 M.. K. & T 26 25 25! 26 M.. K. & T. pf 63 63 63 I 64 Missouri Pacinc 33 3"- 37 I 33 National Biscuit coml 18 117 117 ills National Lead 49 49 49 I 50 N. T. Central 102 102 101 l 103 Norfolk & Western... 106 106 106 l iooh Nevada Con. Copper. 17 17 ! I " N.Y..N.H.&H 115 115 115 1116 k- v O. AW 31 31 31 I 31 Northern Pacific 116 115 115 1 115 P., fi.Chl. &SLL... 95 P5 I 96 Penn. R. R "4 "3 I Pres. S. Car com 27 26 26 I 27 Kail Steel Springs, coi 34 34 34 I 34 Rail Steel Springs pf . 93 93 93 I 93 Ray Con. Copper 19 184 19 I 19 Rep. Iron & Steel 25 24 24 1 25 Rep. Iron & Steel, pf 84 84 54 ! 85 Reading 163 164 1 165 Rock Island 2? K M 22 Rock Island, pfd 37 37 37 137 Southern Pacific 101 100 101 1 101 Southern Railway. . . 26 26 26 I 26 Tennessee Copper... 35 35 35 I 26 Union Pacific 153 152 113 .' 153 U. B. Rubber com 64 64 4 I 66 U. S. 8teel 62H 61 61 I b2 U. a Btl Pf MS 10S im I mv Utah Copper 54 53 53 I 54 Wabash com 3 3 3 I 1 Western Md 40 40 40 I 36 W. Union Tel 6S 68 esl 69 Weatlngb-ouse Elec... 64 63 64 I 64 Wis. Central 83 53 53 I 53 Woolwortli - 93 93 93 I S4 BONDS. B. A. O. Gen. 4's.... 94 94 94 I 94 B. R. Tran. Con. 4's.. ft) S 90 : 90 C B. & Q. Joint 4'3... 94 94 94 I 94 C. R.L4Pac4's.... 62 62 62 I 62 Inter. Met. 4's 774 77 77 i 73 North. Pac. 4's 94 94 94 I 94 U. S. Steel 2d 6's 100 !C0 1C0 1 100 Chicago Grain Market. Furnished to The Washington Times by A. G. Plant 4 Co., 1415 G street northwest. Wheat Open. Hlgh.Low. 1 p.m. July K K M S9-H May 90 91 90 91 Corn July K 55 66 May 55 5 54 55 Secretary to President Goes Home to Vote The President's private secretary, Joseph P Tumulty, left this afternoon for Jersey City, where he will cast his vote, for the commission form of gov ernment Ho will return In time to ahsume his duties in the morning. FINANCIAL THE BANK OF PERSONAL SERVICE Our Convenient Location At the corner of 14th and G streets in the very heart of Washington's business and financial dis trict makes it easily accessible to merchants, firms, and individuals. It is but a few minutes' walk from practically any part of the "downtown" section. You will not be delayed in the bank wc main tain an efficient staff of capable employes, who see to it that your business is handled with promptness and dispatch. The Commercial National Bank Cor. 14th and 6 Streets THE BANK OF PERSONAL SERVICE CAPITAL I1.000.0M EARNED BUnPI.UB tI.tKO.C04 PROPERTY OWNERS Will Appreciate the completeness of our facilities for handling Real Estate. Our i-xpt nonce ami equip ment Insuie prompt anil ef ficient attention to ov"-y ielail of mannRt-ment. I'or Irrence imitrd The Washington Loan and Trust Company. Cor. ath and F Sts. JOHN JOT EDSOX President. NEW M PRICES IRREGULAR Market Recovers Shortly After Noon and Gains Are Made By Standard Issues. NEW YORK. April 13. After a saggy morning with stocks showing many Irregularities the New York market tool: a brace shortly after noon and morning losses were regained b the standard issues. A number of frac tional gains were recorded at the open ing, but the tone was weak and the market nervous after yesterday's liqui dation. Steel and Reading came bac'-t to even with yesterday's close and Union was only- a fraction down. Penn sylvania sold down to 114, but recov ered a quarter. Mexican Petroleum was soft ugaln, going down a point and three eighths. Other heavy losers were Guggenheim, 3: Biscuit, a point: Lig gett & Myers, C: American Tobacco and Snuff, two each: Pressed Steel Car, Vi; Can, a point; Gas, 1: California Petroleum. 1, and Corn Products pre ferred, 2. Chesapeake and Ohio was one of the strong stocks and galas were made by Central, Lehigh Valley. Copper, Paper. Third Avenue, and Tipthlchem Steel. The curb was Irregular, with Cigar Stores featured. The 8Ubtreasury gained $304,000 from the banks yesterday, and since Friday has gained J1.S71.000. The part of the $30,000 ,000 St. Paul bonds offered in London is reported to have been heavily underwritten. Blush for Bare Legs; Strike for More Pay CINCINNATI. April 15. Well for Julius Caesar he was Emperor of Rome, and not of Cincinnati, else he would have had trouble in outfitting his legions. But times have changed since Caesar's day. as was evidenced in a strike last night of seventy-five men hired to play the mob in William Faversham's pro duction of "Caesar." "If we must show our knees to our own people, then we must have more money than If we only showed our necks and arms." was the way one of the centurions put it up to Ed Kelly, stage manager. Another undesirable feature was the rule that required all Roman senators to wash their legs after each perform ance. This means eight distinct wash ings a week, there being that many performances. The "supers" demanded Jl for each show; the manager offered only 50 cents the regular price, and a compromise of 75 cents was reached. Makes Husband Vow To Obey His Wife NEW YORK. April 15. Magistrate Levy, officiating at his first marriage, in Jefferson Market court, made Thomas Evans, whom he united to Miss Mar garet Cook, promise to love, honor, and obey his wife. The error was ca led to the attention of the magistrate after the ceremony, but he said: "Well. If he keeps the promise no harm will come of it." The young husband didn't mind, and his nlfe said she thought it was a good Idea. In nddltlon to revising the ritual. Magistrate Levy gave the couple a few epigrams to guide them on their way. "Love flies out of the window when the wife can't cook," was his parting bit of advice. Oscar Wenderoth to Talk. Oscar Wenderoth, supervising archl tect of the Treasury Department, will give an Illustrated talk on the office of the supervising architect tonight before the Washington Society of Engineers. The meeting will be held at 8 o'clock in the Cosmos Club Hall. Visitors are re quested to enter on Madison place. Junk Pile Worth $50,000. The junk pll at New York navy yard has offered an incomplete solution of the navy economy problem. Fifty thbusanrl dollars will be saved. The junk pile has furnished that amount ot copper, ann now it win be used to nil a requisition Just tiled with the Navy Department. FINANCIAL RKSOURCKS OYER $7,000,000.00. The Safest Investments Are tlioew that do not fluctuate during; dis turbed timdltluns of the money or slock mar kets First deeil of trust notes (flrsl mort gages). ell secured on real citato In tbs District of Columbia, constitute "sllt-edgs" Imestments. They do not deptnd upon tha financial responsibility or Individuals or cor porations tor their stability, and ar exempt troin taxation as personal property. We can supply such lnestmenta In amounts from liOO upward. Send for booklet. "Concernlnc Loans and Investments." SWARTZELL, RHEEM & HENSEY CO., K7 1JTU ST. N. W. OUT OF WORK? WHY DON'T YOU LOOK UP THE TIMES WANT ADS? CHICAGO OFFICIALS DENY THEY GRAFTED Two Witnesses at White Slave Investigation Testify They Paid for Protection. CHICAGO, April 15. Police ami city officials are busy today making denials of the charges of graft made before the State white slave commission by keep ers of disorderly houses, dance hall pro prietors, and cafe owners. Two witnesses testified to paying for police protection. Airs. Sarah Mueller, formerly owner of a resort, told of giv ing 1100 to an unknown solicitor, who said he represented "a Democrat at the city hall." Frank Olson implicated former Police Capt. William Plunkett. He said Plunk- ett forced him to pay S25 under a threat ot closing nis dance hall. Veterinary Surgeons To Graduate Tonight The nineteenth commencement of the United States College of Veterinary Surgeons will be held tonight In Odd Fellows' Hall In Seventh street. TWenty-seven students will receive their diplomas. Congressman T. XV. Sis- son of Mississippi will be the principal speaker. The Rev. Jamse Shera Mont gomery, of Metropolitan Memorial Church, will offer prayer; degrees will be conferred by George H. Prevost. L.L. D.: an address made to graduates by B. T. Woodward, dean of the col lege, and the Marine Band will play. Gave Reading for Blind. Reminiscences of army life on the frontier forty years ago were given by Mrs. James Kimball today for the entertainment of the bliiM at the Library of Congress. The reading commenced at 2:30. The next meet ing will be Friday evening at 8 o'clock, when Miss Mabel Roberts, so prano; Miss Ethel Lee. cellist, and Mrs. Paul Bleyden, pianist, will give a music recital. , FINANCIAL f CAPITAL $1,000,000 UNDIVIDED PROFITS OVER.$i,000,000 DEPOSITS OVER $7,000,000 The Time Is Opportune -Why Not aaaaaaaaaaawBSmjS5LBBU'gBMF Many of our large depositors of today were small depositors a few years ago. Your capital will grow steadily here because the conditions for growth are most favorable at all times. jWe are already serving over 3 1,000 deposit ors let us serve you. SAME RATE of Both Large and OFFICERS: WILLIAM D. HOOVER President VTOODBURT BLAIR. .1st Vice Pres. FRANK W. STONE.. ..Id Vice Pros. DIRECTORS: George W. Gray. William D. Hoover. George Howard. Reginald S. HuldekoDer, O. H. P. Johnson. Thomas R. Jones. Victor Kauffmann. Woodbury 3Is.tr, James A. Buchanan. William A. H. Church. Walter C. Clephano. William V. Cox. William E. Edmonston. National Savings and Trust Company FORTY-SEVENTH YEAR. Cor. 15th Street and New York Avenue J. Maury Dove Company, inc. Announce a reduction of 50c PER TON On all domestic sizes af Anthra cite Coal, effective during the current month of April. Principal Office, 12th and F Streets 11 W. Private Branch Exohanga M 4270 Connects AH Oeaefs. Realty Transfers Howard Unlterslty-Hlchard if. Msrehall to victor H. Wallace, lots 10 to II. square 30. 0. Ilear of C street southeast, between Second and Third streets Mllburn J. Donohoe et ux. to Ceorge C Pumphrey. part original lot 3. square 7(2. J10. Oak View Bates Warren et al. to Robert U and Alice B. II. Livingston, lot 13. block 1. 10. Long Meadows Clarence I. Gessford et ux. to Joseph A. Herbert. lot 4. block IS. 110. 904 and 90S Fourteenth street northwest Datld A. Arnold et ux. to George S. Rees. lots TO and 71. square US. 110. BrlKhtwood Park Henry P. Elliott, to George. D. Fa rr. lots 1 and Z. block U. tlO. Villa Park Clara A. Marden et vlr. Ednln R.. to Bert W. McGowan. lot 5. square till, ton. Friendship and Mt. Airy Anna M. Moora et vlr, Clinton M.. to Kathryn Miller. lot S. block 2. lot 3. block 4. and lot 7. block 2. 12. 00. 1744 Eighth street northwest Frank Daly et ux. to Cosmo Spano and Vlnzenra Epano. lot K. square 3&. 110. Fortune Enlarged Frank Perry et ux. to Ruth Taylor. lot 11, $10. Ruth Taylor con veys same property to Frank and Louisa Perry, $10. Mt. Pleasant William J. Jacob! et ux. to John C Kemmls. lot IS. block 7. $10. John C. Kemmls to Hilda Jacob!, same property. 10. PUBLIC NOTICES APRIL STH. 19U. THERE WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION, in the north court yard of the State. War. and Navy Depart ment Building, at about 10 o'clock a. m.. Thursday., April 17, 191 J, immediately follow ing 'the sale by the State Department, a lot of condemned office furniture und equipment belonging to the Navy Department. JOSE PHUS DANIELS. Secretary of the Nav. SALE OK PUBLIC PROPERTY. WAR DE PARTMENT. April 3, 1913. There will be sold at auction at 10 a. m., April 17. 1913. in tho North Court of State. War, and Navy Dept. Bldg., and on lot adjoining Lemon Building. 173 New York avenue N.W., Buck ets, Carpets, Chain. T rewriting Machines, Furniture. Rugs, etc Articles to he removed without delay, at risk and expense of pur t&aser. M. It. THORP. Chief of Supp.y Div. OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, Wash ington. March U. 1313. NOTICE U hereby given that. In accordance with a provision contained In Public Act No. 43S. approved March 4. 1313. authorising changes in the permanent system cf Highways plan for that part of the District of Columbia, lying outside of cities, the Commissioners ot the District of Columbia will (It a pukllo hearing In the Board Room of said Caca msuloners ca April 16th. 1913. at 10:15 o'clock A. M. to all parties Interested or owning land within and surrounding tha territory lying between Iowa Avenue and 17th Street. Buchanan Street and Decatur Street, north west. A. plan of the proposed change, aban don. nj Crittenden Street between Arkansas Avenue and 17th Street, will, be displayed, and the Commissioners will consider, any suggestions or protests concerning; the pro posed change aa shown -on the above-mentioned plan. CUNO H. RUDOLPH. JOHN A. JOHNSTON. CHESTER HARDING. Com missioners of the District of Colombia. FINANCIAL Start Now? WE ARE willing and ready to acifept your deposit for any amount you can spare from your salary. There is no good rea son for not starting your bank account THIS PAY DAY, and beginning at once to reap the benefit of be ing connected with this strong interest-paying bank. Interest Paid on Small Accounts. GEORGE HOWARD Treasures CHARLES E. NTMAN Secretary CHAS. a LAMBORN....Asst. TresJ. FRANK BTETSON Trust Officer Edward McLean. Samuel Maddox. William F. Qulcksan, Frank W. Stone. William H. Walker. John L. Weaver. Henry K. WUlard. ! Hi tries Want Columns Phone Main 5260 MARCH CinCCLATlOjr. DAILT. Total arose, March, M1J LMUM Avers so cross. March. Itli UK Total net. March. 1J1J .LlK.Jii Arerso nee March. U1J s.i SUNDAT. Total cross. March. 1813 at. I Average trot. March. 111. ...., U.MJ Total net. March. 1IU 2U.J. Aerme net. March. 1513 i7' Tli above Includes ajBO extras ssU March X. I 'solsmnly swear that the accempaaytcs' statement represents the circulation et Ta,' IVaahincton Times as detailed, and that to.' net figures represent, all returns .eliminated: the number of copies or The Time which art sold, delivered, furnished, or mailed to boas Sde purchasers or subscribers. F. A. WALKER. General Maaafer. District of Columbia, ss: Subscribed and svurn to before me. this 1st day of April. A. D. . (SeaM THOMAS C WILLIS. Notary Public. SPECIAL NOTICES Pursuant to the provisions of the Code of La of the District of Columbia. Aucust Q, Herr mann, a resident of the District of Columbia, where he Is enfaced In the manufacture ana is a vendor of beverages allowed by law u be sold in bottles, does hereby Hie with thj Clerk of tha Supreme Court of the District ol Columbia, a description of such bottles aaJ the names and marks thereon used by him. and a description ot the boxes used tn com nectlon therewith and in the conduct of said business, for the purpose of protecting thi "tne under the provisions of the said CodJ of Law. The said bottles and boxes are de scribed ss follows: Larce and small White of Greenish White bottles for beer, ginger ale o other beverages with the following- Inscription blown in glass: "Trade Mark," a circle en ?. . '5? ..Mfe w,th uo" martin key thereof. A. u. Herrmann. Successor to J. F. Herr. mann & Son. Washington. D. C Registered "This Bottle Is Not 8old Return Promptly When Empty." Large and Small White of Greenish White bottles for ginger ale' or other beverages with the following Inscription blows' In glass: "Trade Mark." a circle enclosing safe with doc guarding key thereof. "Regis i tered Washington. D. C. Thus Bottle Not ts be 8old Return Promptly When, .Empty" and on the reverse thereof "A, O. Herrmann?' White or Greenish White bottles for beer ef other beverages with the followlnc Inscrip Hon blown In class "A. O. Herrmann Wash incton. D. C This Bottle U not Sold. Reels' tered." Siphon Bottles having Impressed ed the metal cap thereof the words "A. G. Herr. mann" and having a frosted design on Xhi glass thereof bearing the Inscription "A. O. Herrmann Washington. D. C Registered." Wooden boxes without tops, containing twenty-four compartments, holdlna- ntnt bottles? rand having Impressed or burned In upon the ouisias vi an ioursiaes tnereor tne toiiowmg words: "Herrmann's Ginger Ale Is Famous. Have Tou Tried It? A. G. Herrmann. Wash. Incton. D. C" Wooden boxes. without ton. contalnlnc twentv.four MmiamnimU ml holdlnc one-half pint bottles, havlnc Impressed or Dumea in upon tne outside or two sides thereof, the following words: "Herrmann's Ginger Ale la Famous. Have "Tou Tried Itt A. O. Herrmann." and on the outside of the two handle ends thereof the followlnc words: "Herrmann's Ginger Ale Is Famous. Have Tou Tried It?" Wooden boxes, without tops, contalnlnc eight compartments and holdlnc siphon bottles, havlnc Impressed or Darned in upon the outside ot two sides thereof, the followlnc words: "Herrmann's Ginger Ale ts Famous-. Have Tou Tried It? A. O. Herr' mann. Washington. D. C." and on the two handle ends thereof the words. "A. O. Herr mann." Wooden boxes without top. contain Ing twelve compartments and holdlnc quart bottles, havlnc impressed or burned in upon the outside ot two sides thereof the following words: "Herrmann's Dinger Ale Is Fameca. Have Tou Tried It?" and on the outside of the two handle ends thereof, the following words: "A. O. Herrmann." Wooden var nished cider kegs, holding; five and tea gal lons, havlnc Impressed or burned In upon the two ends thereof the followlnc words: "A. O. Herrmann." Wooden elder kegs, painted blue, holdlnc five and ten gallons." navlnc painted in red letters on tne tops, siaes ana Doiwmi thereof, tho followlnc" wordsr This Keg not Bold Return to A. G. Herrmann." and hav ing Impressed or burned In upon the ends thereof tne xoiiowinc worre; a. u. Herr mann." All persons are notified and cautlonel not to Oil with liquor, beer: ginger ale. sods or other beverages any bottles, siphons, and kegs so marked, or to sell. use. dispose or. buy or traffic In the same, or to use. sell, dispose of. buy. or traffic In any boxes or packages marked as herein described: other wise they will be prosecuted according to law. In witness whereof the said August O. Herr mann has hereunto set Ms hand and seal, at the City of Washington. District of Columbia, this fourteenth (lh) day of March.- A. D. 1913 August G. Herrmann. (Seal). Subscribed and" sworn to before me this Kth day of March. A. D. 1313. John U. Gardiner Notary ubllc. D. C. , THOUSANDS OF DWELLINGS of the phlll people of this District have been built, bought, or Anally paid for by our long-tlmo monthly payment loans, and the money Is always ready for more. May run twelve years If you wish, without any extension trouble or expense, and may be reduced, at any time In any amount. All repay ments share In net profits. Just Uke savings accounts. . .. The only costs of getting a loan are the valuation fee. verification of title, and drawing and recording our short-form deed of trust: all at rates special to ourselves. We have over six thousand saving and borrowing members, and still crowing: so you can hear about us almost anywhere In the District. .v. 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