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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. TUESDAY, JANUARY 20, 1914.
11 BUSINESS IS BRISK E Bond Trading Is Feature Sec- retary Bryan to Address Bankers. By GEORGE H. GALL. A rjood volumo of business was tiaiin nctcd on the local stool,, exchange to tla. especially In bonds. A total of J1C.O00 in bonds and 131 shares of stcmJv were exchanged. The bond trading w''s chiefly In Washington Itailna securi ties. $7,000 of the Railway 4's selling at SO and $7,000 of Potomac consolidated u's at par A Chesapeake & Potomac Tele phone 5 was sold at 1032, $300 of Wash ington Gas 5 s at IOCS, and 00 of Capi tal Traction Ss at 10S8. The stock trading was largely "in Washington Railwa common, nt nhares selling at S3 Fifteen shares ot the preferred sold at ?. Washington 'jas stiffened in price. flt shares wringing S3i, cxdhidend. The other udlng was in one, two. and threc sliav lots. Eugene K. Thompson, iiiruor member of the firm of Crane. I'arris & Co., who was elected Jlon-Iiv to fill the sat of Augustus Crane, w as on 'change tiday and took a prominent part in the trading. Secretary of State llliam Jennings Bryan will be a speaker at the ban quet of the Bankers Association of the District of Columbia at the New Wll ward next Saturday i.ight. President Wilson has been invited to attend, but has not yet signified !ils intention of acceptance. The annual meeting of the Washing ton Clearing House Association will be held Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock, v l.en officers will be elected. The annual stockholders' meetings of tho American Security and Trust Com uany and the Sccuritv Storage Compaiiv were held lodat. The directorates were unchanged and the offtcers of botti companies were also re-elected. The annual rerort of the American SccuriU and Trust Company shows a Flight failing off in gross and net Piofits as compared with the jear 19l Gross profits for 1913 were $S2.21S.46. a compared w.th 333.100 95 in 1912, and tho ret for 1913 v as 5379,054.10, jis against S4P1.1W.23 in 112. CoYnmentlng upon tho situation. President Charles J. Bell sais in his report "While the profits for the year were not as largo as in 1912. there has been n steady increase in the business of the company in all its branches "Four quarierlj dividends of 3 per cent each have ueen paid, amounting to $360.tf00. and tho sum of $153,130 war paid as interest to depositors. "The assets of tho company, together with the cash and securities held b our trust department hae been ex nmlncd during the j.ear by an audit ing committee appointed for that pur pose in addition to the examination made by the Comptroller of the Cui -rency "Notwithstanding the low pnee if all securities in 1913, it is gratifing to know that the aggregate market value of our stocks and bonds is greater than the amount carried on our boolcs." The loans made on real estate in 1!13 show a sharp decrease from those made on this security In th previous yepr. S921.C91 01. as compared with SI. 310.--"Sr..l6. The loan paid were also Ics-s than half those paid In 112, ?249.49S i3. as compared with S539.333.1". Total (! jmjkIU were considerably larger, hem eier. than in the previous jear. The annual report of Albert M. Read, president of the Security Storage fompanj, shows a pood year's bUBl .ess. with net earnings of $62.438 54 t'ndrVided profits in 1913 were $35, 108.33, as compared with $23,469.84 in 1912 Washington Stocks. '. GOVERNMENT BOND3 t Bid Asker, V. L Reg 28 9S .V 3- Coupon 2's 9S T . is Reg 38 102-4 V SJ Coupon 3e 102-4 TI. &J Reg. 4's 11IH OSn :03S, 10H4 113 u. a. coupon. 4's lltjj ... J GAS BONDS Georgetown Gas 5 s W5 1"G WasMngton Gas 5 s .. IOC5 10G -i.ras & KleL. 3s cs CoL Gas & Elec 5's Deb.. .. 43 RAILROAr BONDS Capital Traction R. R. 5's ... MS- AnacoBtia & Potomac 5's S7U City & Suburban 5's S3 Columbia R. R. 5's K tlolimb'a R. R. 6 s 100 Metropolitan R R 5s 103 Wash. R & Elec. 4 s SO Wash., Alex. & Mt V 5's 90 2 Ph1: 17 MISCELLANEOUS PONDS. Potcmac Elec Con 100 100' i Hi?.. Potomac Elec Lt Vs. . I & P Telephone, r, s 4mer. TeL & Tel. 4 s .... Amer. Tel & Telga, 4&'s. Vash. Market 'i, 19Z7.. Wash. Market 5 s 1947... W. M, Cold Storage 6'.. N & W. Steamboat 3's Riggs Realty 5's (long) Riggs Realty Cs (shorty lXife 103 90 10 100' 100 PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS. Capital Traction Wash. Ry. & Elec com Wash. Ry. & ETec. pref Washington Gas GcjJEetown Gas . . ol Gas & Elec Amer TeL & Telga.. .. TTPE MACHINE STOCK& Mergenthaler Linotype 212 lAnston Monotypo ., 2 MINING STOCKS. GreTie Cananea . . . 33 Coming of The Sunbeam floTT to Avoid those 1'nfna and Dinlrev Atblcfa ao9Ian Slot hern Have Suffered it Is a pity moro women do not know ot Mother's Frlttid This remedy softens Jig muscles, cnuMcs them to expand without strain and enables women to go through the or deal without pain, liautcau. morning tickneta or otht. dreaded symptoms to familiar to many moiners. There Is no foolish diet to harass tha mind. Thousands of women no longer resign themselves to the thought thur Mlckness and distress arc natural. They know better, for in Mother's Friend they have found hovv easy it Is to ban ish all those dreaded experiences. It la a subject every woman should be familiar with, and even though she may not require such a remedy, she wilt nowr and then meet some prospective mother to whom a word in time about Mother's Friend will come as a won derful blesMng. This famous remedy li sold by all druggists, and is only LCg a bottle. It Is for external use only. Wrltis today to tho Rradficld ReguU tgr Co., 227 Latuor Bldg.. Atlantic, Ca.. for meat valuabU book to expectant OK LOCAL HCHMG 101 103 Wffk NATIONAL BANK STOCKS i Aratuun National Jank ... 13J 1'jj I Capital Nat. Bank 1X0 , Columbia Nat. Bank 2i) , Commercial No. Bank 1S3 193 District Nut. Bank i H3& ... r.um A Mech. Nat. Bank.... Jit) 1'ederjl Nat. Bank Ui, Hu I Lincoln Nat. Bank ItK (Metropolitan Nat. Bank . 1S3 ISO Riggs National Bank 5.7) OEW i1 Second Nat. Bank 130 JO Nat Bank of Washington 2i0 SO TRUST COMPANT SIOCKS Amer Security & Trust ISi ""J Nat. Saings & Trust . "."C5 I'pion Trust isrt lir-i Wash. Loan & Trust . . 230 i"i0 Continental Trust 116". 1ISV- SAVINGS BANK STOCKS. Heme Savings Bunk 375 Bank of Com & Sav 13 .., East Wash. Sav. Bank 15 FIRE INSURANCE STOCKS, Arlington Fire Insurance. 12i Uvj Corcoran Fire Ins JO Firemen'b rlre Insurance. ..10 J' Cer. Amer. Fire Ins 60 Nat Union Fire Ins Z'i 8 TITLE INSURANCE STOCKS. Columbia Title Insurance i, 7 Real Estate Title Ins S3 MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS. cnapin Sacks .. . D C. Paner Mfr. Co llU i'JU . . HI 20 40 30 0) age ... 104 , 1SS 210 l 22i Granho com Grapho pfd ... .Uerch. Trains. & Stoi Security Storage Washington llarket New York Market. Quotations rccehed by T. B Hlbbs H Co.. member New York Stock Ej.ehai.ee. Wain lngton Stock Exchange and Chicago Hoard of Trade. Hlbbv Building. 1 -SO Yen Rich Low j -ii cios( Amalgamated Cop.. 75 '( TOi T4K I -,5V, Am. Beet Sug. com.. 26f aj'i xH rjj Am. Can 33K a; 32S i h Am. Ctn pf. 91 t mi Bi't I 9l! Am. C. & F. pf. III. J14 in I iiiw Am. Ice Security 25'i S3 35 -, Am. Locomotive Ztli 3iH 34!i I stH Am- Smelting 6b?f 67 txh 6s Am. Smelting pf. Wl'A I0IH ioim ' 10IH Am. Tel. -k Tel 120li lloi i I lt)',i Am. Tob. pf. (new).. 1035 I03H 103'i 1 103H Anaconda. 337 33H 3SH I 35H Atchison OTX KA 07'l 07J4 Atlantic Coast Line... 121 1J1 Ul vzh Balumore & unio... za'A to is in Brook. Rap. Transit, a) tah Btthlehem Steel 35'- Siii 89 I DO IT.. I J8's 30M I 21K !SM I 27,'5 61 54 I B F Goodrich California Petrol Cat Petrol, pfd Canadian Pacific.... Central Leather , Cent Leather, pfd.. Chesapeake & Ohio. Cblno Con. Copper.. Chi. & Gt. Western. Chi.. Mil. & St P... aw son 6I- M',i 5KJJ 2Il?i 212's I2I1H 26' i 2bWI 255. . PG 93S 06 I 93Ji 63K 61 s. 64 ! B5li . 40!i 30!i 39!$ I 40i . 13 13i 13i ! 104 102 103 I 1035-i Chicago & N. W 183K 1335 m'i I 133H Col. Fuel & Iron C2i 32i K I 32i Consolidated Gas 134!$ 133J 13 i I ill Corn Products nJi 11 11 I ll' Del.. L.&W 3 390 390 I Delaware & Hudson.JSiK 154i I5IU DlrtUIers' Securities. it'4 I7! it'. I KVs Erie aJi 30M 30,'i I 30, Erie. 1st prd 47)i 47ji 47j ! 47 Gen. Electrics H6 146 146 I 1I5! Gt North, pfd IM) 127i IS 1 1M?4 Gt North. Ore 33 3754 37J I 3HM Interbo. Met lili 15 15 I 15!4 Interbo. Met pfd.... 61 OCi 6frv4 1 61 Inter. Harr 103 lOfi 10s I 10!) Kan. C & S. W. 26JJ 2654 26 I X'A Lehigh Valley. 133H I52H I5i4 153 Lou. & Nash.'. 1J3M 133ji 133m fll?i Mex. Petrol 62 57 60 I 57 M.. K. & T 22!i 22K 2214 I 22 M., St. P. & S. S. M. 1SSJ4 a lSh I 129 Missouri Pacific 23 28U 'i I 2SJ4 Nat Biscuit, com....l28n liOJi 126i 1 N. T... N.H. & H T6K -Xii 76KI 76M N. T. Central Nev. Con. Cop N. Y., O. & W Norfolk & West... Northern Piclflc... Pacific Mail Pcnsylvanla R. R.. Pres. S- Car, com.. Ray Cons, Copper. 02 9I 92 I 92 16 154 154 I 151 5i 2SH 2J4 I !SW 101 '.' 103:f4 I03K i 101 113i 112H 1I2H I 1WK 27 27 27 I 27JS 113 112K 113 I 113 t 02 31?i 31?i I 311 lfi 18 1SKI ISJi 28 ! 2S 23K 23l 24H MX b6K I S6K Rail Steel Springs co a Rep. Iron & Steel... 21 Rep Iron & Steel pf. 87 Reading 160; 16)4 160S I 169'i Rock Island 14 ltJi" UH I 14M Rock Island pf..l.... 23 23 Southern Paclllc 9li KIM Southern-Railway... 26 23K Southern Railway p 82 hlii Tennessee Copper... 3iJ4 3!. 23 I 23 93il 04 25HI 2G SIM I 8IH 34 y I 3i',i Union Pacific 158H 15S!i ..! ! lVSh U. S. Rubber com... 59.K 50 SOM I 59js U. S. Steel.... 631 63 63i I 634 U. S. Steel pf. 109J4 109 109 ! I09 Utah Copper 52 51K 5W I 53 Va.-Car. Chemical... 32U '2 'abash pf. Mi 5 Western Union Tel... 60?4 59 Wtstinciiouso Elec. 685. 6H Woolworth 97' 87 BONDS Atchison Conv. 4's... 97 9; B.SO Gen. 4's 93K 93Ji C.. R. I. & P. 4's 51?i 51 C B.ILQ. Joint 4'S. 95ft Wt Inter. Metro VA's.... 77i T.M Pa. Conv 3's. 1913.. 98 9H'4 32 I 325 9',i I S 60 I 9'i (BW I &'i 97 I 97V I 93f! 934 5IH! 51H S3i 93 77Jt T.H Nor Pacific 4's '." E1t 03H 1 03i Southern Ry. 5's. ... IHU 101 mm i 101 Union Pac Con. 4's... 9l 91'. Wi I 01W U. S. Steel 2d o's 102 101'4 lOWt I 10US proves careful and jqj r ' ' "'.' . ' ''" ' ! ' - FINANCIAL FINANCIAL 3?i-4 mmi THE BEST Wrk " I iAi lfc.rigB.1, I ImJL-TliVY r' I I I n 1 1 1 1 1 III 1 1 1 1 1 ! i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 rv1 7fe V2g A bank account is the best IS ffi reference vou can have. It s&& proves that you are thrilly zik Start a savings account today in this strong bank and earn i per cent interest compounded semi annually on your money. Safe Deposit Vaults, $2.50 Per Annum Up. Savings Department Open Saturday Evenings - 5:30 Jo 8 O'CIock. "OFFICERS: I'LOYD K. DAVIS, President Kobl Callahan, lbt Vice President A S. Gatley, Cashier Patrick T. Moran. 2d Vice President W McK Stow 11, Amisuiu ashler. ONE OF Tim OLDEST AND BUST KNOWN BANKING INSTITUTIONS OF ASHINGTO.V. LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK U. S. Government Depository. Corner Seventh and D Streets m mi stocks iit SSAGE f'orning Session Shows Little Change Mexican Petroleum Strong Feature. XEw YORK. Jan. 20 The stock, mar ket was Inactive pending the President's trust message Backing and filling char acteiizcd the morning's trading, ami and there were few Important changes. The onlj stock that was featured by any marked strength umMetican Pe troleum, which jumped 5 points after op-ning een The high figure was not held, however, nnd 11 recession of in was mad later California Petroleum advamed 2U and receded si Delaware and Hudson was off 4 on the strike bet tlemcnt. The President's message was slow In coming tluough, and little change was shown during Its reading. The AustD-Hungarlan Bank today reduced its discount rate to 3 per cent. A 5'4 P r cent rate lias been in effect since November 27 Lazard Freres have engaged $2,000. OO'i gold at the subtreasurv for ship ment to Paris by A edncsday's steamer, making $4 000,000 in tho presort moement. The Bank of France is expected to reduce its dis count rate shortlj. New York Curb Market. rurnllied to Tho Washington Times by Harriman S. Co . New York. a. B. Clilpman. manager local branch. Colorado building. Bid. Asked. Anglo Am. Oil 1ST. mi Atlanta Goldfltld 1 Ba.. State Gas 4 Braden Copper 7 Brit Amn. IVb.. new 233 Brit. Col. Copper 2H International Rubber 8 Ccb.lt Lake G5 Criene-Cananea. new 33 Kerr Lake 4i 17, 7 2iy 2,4 S3! A' l; l' Iji Roo Con Is! Manhattan Transit m McKlnlcy-Darragh ... XlplsMug Mints Ohio Copper Standard Oil. N". J.... Tcnopah l'.clmont .. .. Tonopah Mng. cf Ncv. Tn-Bullion 1'nited Cigar Stores ... lukon Gohl Goldfleld Jim Butler . Standard Oil subs i. 7'i 413 71 5 78 s 1 Air." 7iS 74 ' 93Vi 14 J 7o 950 1ft 78 Chicago Grain Market. Furnished to The Washington Times by A. O VUnt & Co. 1115 O st N "W. Wbjeat. Open. High. Low. 12:30 September jer . . S73 S n ST S7?4 92 92 92 92 C3 bfM 65 65 OJ's to', 0) t Ma Corn Julv May New York Cotton Market. Furnished to The Washington Times by A. G Plant & Co . 1413 O st. N W Open High. Low. 12:30 March 12.59 12 SO 12.57 12.t0 Mai 12 40 12.W li37 12.40 Wholesale Prodace Market LOGS tyuuiatlous furnished by Goldta & Co f Nesrlij, fresh, i';S!c per doz.; South ern. 2KjS2l por doz. CHEKSu iUuutatlons furnished by Col dan S. Co ) New York. now. 19c per lb., flat ISe uer lb. BLTTBlt JuoUitionn furnished by Uoldn . t.0 ) lagm pnni 3Co nr lb tub, ii'jt. per n . prot4.ss, 2C&27C per lb LI E lOLLTIlY (Quotailona furnished by Krey. ITlco i Co ) lien. liilOc pr lb.; roosters. 10c p.r lb . turkot. JO&zlc per lb.: sarins ililckeiu. lie per Id . ducks. 1C&1S3 pc IlK DItESMJDI'Ol LiTItr (Quotations by Krcy. ITlco & Co ) Turkejs. 20a.Sc ptr Jb.. chick ens. 17&liP it lb . hens. 10c per lb , duO, 16t-"UC ver lb . gctst. 1516. per lb ; Urey'cd 1'ork -Hioue llalit. 10'A11 per lb . medium. 10c per lb . mass ami imi, "in. ix-r ID. GKE12X FHL'ITV (QuotHtiorui furnished br Taylor Wade) California oranges J3.00Q1H per box; Ivinons. $1 DO per box. Florida grape fruit $n 'iizi 00 per box, apples. tl.SVe.60 per bbi , t: SO per crate. VKJETABI.ia Quotattonn furnished by Tojlor ade I'olatoes. K XftDO icr bbl , onluri?. Tcxh ti SO per crate: ncr Lbl . t. uibba.e. JCM'2 23 per bbl . lettuce S2.0&3XS0 per DdSKci. oeeis, . w- wj ur iw bunches: j-ams. 2 -0iK3 vO. ctlcry, IjIm. per dox.. rquash. K WtlZ 23 per bbl . kalce. per bbl . 75e bil uv. I.IVC STOCK (Quotations furulsl ed by Krcj. Prli-e i. Co ) Veal calves Iiolcc. 12c per H . ineuium Hniif per lb . sheep. IjH'jc per lb iambs. ;iSc per lb Choice eal calves Marce and uauted at fu'l quotations. Mile in 40 Seconds Is Thaw's Record in Air I'AI.M BKAt'H, ria . .Ian JO Wil liam Thaw, of Pittsburgh, at tlie end or a mile in forty stconds, paid lie would take up people ut $25 a niglit "a high as the want to go The night was made from Stuart Thaw announced the lljing time ot 31 minuten 0 4-"i seconds At th" st.ti t he and S. McQoidon, u ho u comiMnlcd him. itise to ont tliousand feet aiui kept that elevation industrious Appointments President Wilson this afternoon nomi nated: Francis A. Garrccht of Washington, to he Tnlted States ttornev foi ihr eastern district of Washington. James s. Magee, of Pennslania, to bo United States marshal for the mid dle district of Pennsylvania. The Fire Record i4ll Tl tYI fnnilnti XTn X nnrrlriA nn local for brush fire. McCorab street and Little Falls road. 6.25 p. m., .Monday Box 327. 2621 I stieet northwest; J15. tJiiS p. m.. Monday No 1 chem.cal on local for brush tiro at Kcnllworth. 7 22 p. m . Monday No. 21 engine on local to 17S2 Columbia road; no damage. i:'t p. m . Monday Box SG. 2721 Fout teenth street northwest: $33. 9.23 p. m., Monday No. 11 engine on local to motion picture theater, SKK Fourteenth street northwest; ?75. Interior Clerks to Pick Club Officers Today The Home Club of tho Department of the Interior, will hold its final or ganization meeting in old Masonic Temple at 4:30 o'clock thi afternoon. Otflcrs are to be elected, and it is possible Secretary Lane will bo chosen president. A report will be made by the committee charged with selection of a club house. FINANCIAL We Are One Year Old Today As evidence of the confidence placed in the Federal National Bank by the business men and citizens of Wash ington we submit these comparative figures: January 20 Opens Daily 8:30 A.M. BYRON S. ADAMS, , l'rintcr and Publisher WALTER A. BROWN, Ileal Instate and Insurance. JOHN H. CLAPP, Capitalist. MYER COHEN, Attorney at Law VM. KNOWLES COOPER, General Secretary Y. M. C. I. J. DARLINGTON, Attorney at I.aw. VM. JOHN EYNON, Printer and Publisher FRANK J. HOGAN, Attorney at Law. WILTON J. LAMBERT, Attorney at Law. RALPH W. LEE, 1 Insurance. It nnbiiiKton, In the District of Columbia, nt TtRSouncns Loans and Discounts $1,124 717 77 Overdrafts. Secured and Unsecured 407.41 U. S. Ponds to secure circulation 200.000 00 Other Uondn to secure U. S. De posit, S121.648.96. to secure Postal Savings. 5,000.00 126,648.00 Premium on U. S. Bonds 1.036 94 Uonds. Securities. Uc . 51.923.00 Banking 1 louse, Furniture, and Fixtuies ... 269,4C3.0.r. ue from National Banks (not re serve agents) S3, 830.22 ue from State and Private Banks and B.inkeri. TrUBt Companies and Savings Banks 162.960 44 Due froinapprovedBeserveARents 184,690.93 Checks and other Cash Items 29,245.61 KxchanRPs for Clearing House . 18,790 71 Fractional Paper Currency, Nick els, and Cents .163 02 Lawful Jlonv Iteserve In Bank, viz Specie $173,077.73 173.077.75 Redemption fund with U. S Treas urer 3- of circulation) 10,000 00 Total $2,470,380.33 Total . . $2.I70,3S0 35 Lit of Aashington DlbtrlU of Columbia, st.. 1. lOl IN POOLE. President of the above-naimd bank, do soIeninH wear that the aixne statement Is true, to the best of my knowledge and belief. JOHN POOLE. President. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 17th i1a of January. 1914. FIJANK J. STHVKER, Notary Public. i'irre t attest- ItALPH W LBL JOHN II CLAPP LEON TOBItlNEK. WALTEIt A. BROWN. V H. SHEA. .1 X.MES DUDLEY MORGAN, WILTON J. LAMBERT. ARTHUR D. MARKS JOHN L. NEWBOLD, BYRON S ADAMS. WILLIAM J. EYNON. Directors Obituary Notes KMIL HEITMULLER, thlrty-threo earh old. died yesterday after a short illness Funeral sen ices will bo held' at the residence of his father, Sargent road, D. C, tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. ANN E. PATTERSON, seventy years old. wife of John B. Patterson, died at her residence, 452 K street northwest, early today. WILLIAM RANDOLPH STEWART, seventy-four jears old, husband of the late Louisa D Stewart, died at his resi dence, 1014 Twenty-sixth street north west, yesterday. f GEORGE F. SUNDAY, a well-known resident of Takotna Park, is dead at bis homo there. LEMMON G. IIINE, former Commis sioner of the District of Columbia, died at Battlo Creek, Mich., yesterday, of pneumonia. The body will be brought hern for burial. He was elghty-threo Vears old. Major H. A. Hall. Funeral services for Major IIIHman A. Hall, seenty-clsht years old, veteran ot tho civil war, and resident ot Washing ton for years, were held this afternoon at 2 o'clock at Hamlinc M. E. Church. Tho Rev. Lucius CJark, the pastor; tho Rev. W. I. McKenney, of Wesley Chapel and the Rev. Charles B. Guthrie, former pastor of " Hamllne, officiated. Honorary pallbearers were 'Col. Ft A. Easton, of Worcester, Mass.; F. B. Bess- FINANCIAL DEPOSITS 1913 (Opening Day) $491,982.98 1914 (TODAY) $1,421,357.61 5X? FEDErAL NATIONAL BANK. Southeast Corner 14th and DIRECTORS: - ARTHUR D, MARKS, l.usiness lanascr "Washington Post. JAMES DUDLEY MORGAN, Physician. JOHN L. NEWBOLD. President Storage FRANK B. NO YES, President Associated Press. President Evenlnjr Star. JOHN POOLE, President Federal National Bank. I AMES BROWN SCOTT, Si"cretar Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. N. H. SHEA, Wholesale Grocer. LEON TOBRINER, Attorney at Law. A. Report of the Condition of the FEDERAL NATIONAL BANK the clone of builnett, January 13, lUlli LIABILITIES. -ipltnl Stock paid In $300,000.00 Surplus Fund 123,000.00 L'ndlvuled Profits, less L'xpcnses a-id Taxes paid 23.163.77 National B.mk Notes outstanding 200,000.00 L)ue to other National Banks .".. $17.317 80 Put to Trust t'om pRtiics and Savings Banks . 10.850.76 Uuc to approved Ile- serxo Agent . . S09.27 Individual I) e p o B Its fubjfet to check.. 1,135,629.91 lJemand Certilieates of Deposit .. . . 23,510 00 Time Certificates of Deposit 263.26 '.'crtifled Check .. . 1,787.85 L'ashier's Checks out standing 1,040.42 1'nited States doposits 171,115.22 Postal Savings dopos its S.450.62 1,396 383.11 HciluN borrowed 65,000.0i ItcKerve for taxes 2,831.17 Deferred payment on real ctate. 155,000.00 An Exclusive "Federal" Service When you become a depositor here we will place in your hands on the first day of each month a complete "Statement" of your ac-. count for the preceding month, with the return of all checks which have been paid. As this statement shows the (1) Balance to your credit (2) Record of deposits made (3) And list of all checks paid you know regularly the exact condition of your account. This system also saves you the inconvenience of presentmg and calling for your Pass Book. Ic of Lewlnsvillc, Vu.. Morgan Lewis, II B. Moulton, W. Clarence Duvall. Luther Swartzell, Edward H. Thomas, and Lee Robinson. Weak Lungs Often Lead to Serious Illness If you have weak ungs, yju are gen erally subject to colds nr throat tr6u ble and easily suscep'Jble to serious Lung Trouble. In many cases pneu monia or bronchial .roubles leave the Lungs In a much wcalw.icd condition. Eckman's Alterative Is i medicine for the throat and lungs vhich ha3 been found to be very beneficial, even when a change of climate and oth r treat ments fall to bring relief. Rad of this case: Kl S Atlantic Ac.. Haddonflelcl. X. J. "Gentlemen: In the fall of 1101 I contract ed a very sevcra cold which settled on my lungs. At last I began to raise sputum, and my physician then told me I must no to California Immediately. At this time I was adl;ed to take Eckman's Altera tle I stayed at home and commenced taking lt tnn last week In October. I began to Im prove, ami the first week In January. 190$, I rcLined my regular occupation, having sained 23 pounds, fully restored to health It Is now seven years slnco my recovery has been effected, and I cannot praise Eck man's Alterative too highly. f.sismcd ) W. M. TATE3I. (Above abbreviated; moro on request.) Eckman's Alterative has rn.cn proven by many years' test to bo most effica cious for severe Throat and Lung Af fections, Bronchitis, Bronchial Asthma, Stubborn Colds, and in upbuilding the system. Contains no narcotics, pois ons or hablt-fonninar drugs. Sold by O'Donnell's Drug Stores ard leading druggists. Write the Eckman Labora tory. Philadelphia, Pa., fir booklet telling ot recoveries and additional evi dence. Advt. FINANCIAL Opens Daily 8:30 A.M. G Merchants' Company. Transfer and Colds & Catarrh Smoked Out A few puffs and good-bye coldj Smo-Ko Tobaccoless Cigarettes Corrects Colds in 5 minutes. Srao-Ko is a blessing to singers and public speakers; one cigarette clears the head and throat and knocks out a cold; no tobacco; no dope. It's tha now way to cure a cold quickly; a de lightful smoke for sick or well; every body likes them; unlike tobacco or cubeb cigarettes, they 'taste good; omell good, and are good foe you; have your boy smoke them and smoke them yourself instead of tobacco cigarettes. ! THERE IS A DIFFERENCE 10 for 10c. At All Droa: Stores. ANNUAL STATEMENTS. ANNUAL KEPORT OF THE NAVY PUBLISHING COMPANY, Inc. City of Washington, IMstrict of Colombia, ss: yiirf.,ho ,n?,de",iel. he President and a majcrity of the Directors of The Navy Pub Jlsfclrur Company, a corporation duly char tered Under fh 1ot r t. tm.-, ... wis L.J10 ttu day t December, 1JC, do ":"' ""J mm on January JO. iMf. too HiiOTF?UlJ,2n, had a toU' capital stock of ,00O. divided into MO ahares or IC0 each; ,H i amount ia.000 has actually been ,.... ... -.!,. uiai m0 corporation nas no in debtedness except current expenses. HENRY R. WARD, President. R. M THOMPSON, Director. I hereby certlf) that I have kept the books ot the corporation and know that the foreso uik statement and report are true. (Slened ) M. HILL, becretary. The Navy Publishing Co City of Washington, District of Columbia, : I. JANET W. LAKE, a Notary Public la and for tha District ot Columbia, do hereby certify that on the 3)th day ot January. 1311. personally appeared before me. It. Hill, whose namo Is attached to tho foregoing: cer tificate, and who Is to me well known, and acknowledged the same to be her act. Notary Public for the District of Columbia. My commission expires Juno 2. 1318. FINANCIAL CAPITAL O.0M.004 EARNED BirrtPl.P3 C00O.CM Serving in All Fiduciary capacities is one of the functions of 'this company to whiqh your attention is 'di rected. Wills prepared without charge when we act as execu tor or trustee. SS Personal conference' and correspondence invited. The Washington Loan & Trust Co. Cor. Otlt and F Sta. JOHN JOT EDSON. President The Munsey Trust Company Capita $2,000,000 Fully Paid In FRANK A. MUNSEY President The Safest Investments xn those tbat 3c sot flnctuat durutg dla tiCTbed cotfdlUons of tn money or stack mar. kets. First deed of trust notes (first mart. gages), well secured on real estats la tns District of Columbia, cocotltuu "giltdgs Investments. They do not depend upon tai Cnandal respcnsiblllty of Individuals er cor. eeratlons for their stability, and are examat (rom taxation as personal property. We caa supply sueh Investments In amounts from ISOO upward. Sr tor booklet "Concernlaj toans and Investments." SWARTZELL, RHEEM St, HENSEY CO.t TZl Utb. 6T. K. W. A SAFE INVESTMENT. 5 FIRST MORTGAGE COUPON CERTIFICATES Obtainable on small Investments, ranging from 1103 upward. Interest and principal guaranteed. FMU par ticulars upon request. REAL ESTATE TRUST CO., Ull V BT Phon. Mala last. Till: OM.Y VI TIIOUITATIVB A-Sll tll.Ufl.Il i; UIKLITUUI 1 OP Tllll EN 1KO.N.S OP A AS1I- IMJTO EL:it PlULIbllKD. A house- -nouse rnntasi ( il adja- ent lid va towns v Dusmess ai tcctor, and Suburban Shopper's Oulde. JUSTLS C. M;i.SOV, l'ubllsber. SK r Street M AV JJ TIMES WANT ADS . BRING RESULTS ANNUAL STATEMENTS, ANNUAL HEPORT OP THE , NATIONAL ENGRAVING COMPANY, Inc., MdhfHWWch "" bwa t W 5 and that thtr, un .tu uum MORGAN H. HOC; CHAS. P. HANCOCK. EDWARD B. 34AKTIK. the' STwT18" ,pt belief. rt rar bnWB 4 EDWARD B. MAKTLY. Prertdwt Subscribed and r0m to befom - r Jr PubUo in nd for U,a SLS-J; ? ----: 3frcorau,.onexpIrSu!ie'15 . ANSOAE, REPORT OP THS SOUTHERN PAdPIO . EACO.,Inc. eouthern- Paclfla T . 7c tto ton. D. ciTSrZJZ. "..Ioa. WaaStor- ftorocoof hiJr..50JporaUn o.ea. h,t there .To SC5&" fc GORMAN H. wnsrw W. O. CURRINr JDLIA TTOENX JARV13. f. xrttiT -. abovo certlflcai. . .. T.. tata """ tt WRENN. PrexltoL Subacrh ,- . - Ury pate to S teTS.i'1 N-l-bla.thlaCo. (Seal.) CHARLES -WiFPLOECKHEn. Notary Public D. C. My commlaslon expires March S. lay. ANNtTAX. REPORT OP THE UNITED STATES COAL . MANUFACTUEING CO., For the year ending- December 3U ISO. AClOUnt Of CflnffaT ;us "-:::::::S . ,. tiauoj oeDt............jfone Wltneas the signatures of tho majority of TV. P. TAGGART. Jt E. STEARI.T. Wl. H. SMlTn. nl01 aWOra to "W11- P. TAG- S- Lf ff,d,.?fmpanr- tU. isa cay cr iSeal ) CAMERON E, STRAUSS. Notary Pnbllc. My commission expires January X. 1JO. AXXUAI. REPORT OP THE GRAND HOTEL CO. ' We, tie undersigned, too President and tha majority- of tho Board of Trustees of tha GRANT) HOTEI. CO.. of Washington. D C. do hereby certify that U Capital Stock of the said Corporation Is gj.000. 3,e of which has been actually paid In. and that ther are SM13.U exlstlns debts. CHARLES H. FBED. EDW. J. GARDtNER. IT. STANDIPORD. I. CIIARLE3 H. FRED. President of tha GRAND HOTEL. CO., ef the Dtttriot of Co lumbia, do hereby swear thai the facts stated in tho above certlfleate are tras to the best of my knowledge aad belief. CHARLES H. FRED. President. " Subs.-iL.eJ and sworn to before me. a Notarr PubUc la and for the District of c- -hu. this Uth day of JanuST; J. E. TESI.T. Notary Public, D. C. Scan Mj- coamlislon expires March SO, 1JH. ANNUAI, REPORT OP THE GLOBE FURNITURE COMPANY, INC V. the undersigned, the Vice Prtsldsns ami the majority of the Board of Trustees of T!IK GLOBE FtTRNITDRB COMPANT. Inc.. of Washington. D. a. da hereby cer tify that the Capital Stock of the saKl Corporation Is J2S.CCO.0O. re.CC0.GO of whTSa has been actually paid la, and that tfcl- are J8.0WCO exUtlnrdebts. MITCHELL. HANSON, PRESTON C. PHttltfS, I'iH?,2iB1'ti TAgW. Secretary of THB GLOBE FCR.NTrURL? COMPANT. Inc.. Ot l,D.I!trlc,t oi Columbia, do hereby i that th- facts state J m the above cer- aiSTbelier tTU" t0 bMt f nr kBOw!a MITCHELL HANSON. EicreUry Subscribed and sworn to before me, a Notary Public In and for the District of Columbia, this :0th day or January, A. D. THOMAS C. WILLTS, sa' 1 MoUry Public. D. C 11 comml:on expires Feb. ? JH -UtXUAL REPORT OF THE E F. DROOP & SONS CO. We. the undprlm.t th- x r.. the majority of the Board of Trustees or .. ... unwir a ou.3 W Of WUb- .-. ... -""j .oiiujr max ino Capital btocU- ut the said Corporation Is ..w.wv.w. g.iv.mra oi wnicn nas Been act ually paid In. and that thera - nr ..i..i debts ' . aRL .V. DROOP, EDWARD H. DROOP (Office of President temporarily vacant . I CARL A. DROOP. VJm Pr.M.. the E r DROOP & SOXS CO.. of the Dis trict of Columbia, do hereby swear thst tho facts stated in th tlvtv. , tn..-. aro true to the best ot my knowledge and oeuer CARL A. DROOP, Vice President. t-ub.nbd and morn to before me, a Notary Public in and. for the District of Columbia, this ISth day of January, A. D. 1911. (Seal 1L O. THOMPSON. Notary Pnbllc D. C il comnussiuii expires April 15. 1310. I