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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1.914. 10 r I i BELATED TRIBUTE TO GREATSEAMAN Commodore John Barry's Sta tue Is Unveiied Today at Notable Assemblage. v ontmucd from First Page.) ".ar J, the pprade mam- its wa throuS" l'enn vlvunia avenue to AladlbOn place Vciff th I ne of march aj crowded hoiusatpJs of perron. Turning Into M-dtson place, the marcher. made the.r , to Vermont axenue. Ihroush Vt.- oiti a-eime to I stioo'. east Hi 1 -neet to Fourteenth -tni and nor'n I .itrrith Miovt puM itii- statu.- a .d lie ipr-iiik stands j, ' :i -iii. I.. Mills aol-.'d KS iann iiaiislial if the parade, assisted 'i V illtani . Halt". '" S A., and 1 i" t Col. It.iri.. Hal". '. S A i. hiei of staff 1 lowing the Maiinc Band -nan lied a u 'aio'i of Midshipmen lioin th" a ri Acadctm at Annapolis. 'The ompuniee ot the engineer corps ind the l-.nslncci Corps Hand from the ashinston barracks, were noxt fn line Then followed three companies of hc Coast Artillery from Forts aMunsion and Jlunt, a battalion oi 'he Thi.d Viol 1 Artillery from Fort Mycr a miuadron of the Fifth c-ival- v from Firt Myer. live companies of bailors from the V. S. S. Maylloivor. the Spauifcl War Veterans, the Array and Navy Union, and the fraternal or samzations Daniels to Preside. Tho exercises nt the statue will open vwtn music by the Marine Band. Sec retary of the Navy Daniels will pre side at the exercises, indicating by his presence tho veneration in which the modern American navy holds Com modore Barry and ins contemporaries. The Right Rev. Alfred Hardin?, bish op of the lipiseopal diocese of W-ish-ing'on. will pronounce the invocation. An address by Oonprressman Jamet Hatnill. eulogistic of the life work of the great nival commander, a selec tion by the Marine Band, and an ad-Ore.- b Asa Bird Gardiner, president general of the Society of tho Cincinnati, will fellow. Then the dramatic moment of the pro Cram will come when Miss Elsie Hep burn, creat jrreat crandnice of Commo dore Barry, will draw a cord releasing the. flags which drape the marble statue of the hero. As soon as the draperies fall away a battery of artillery of tho District of Columbia National Guard will thunder forth the commodore's Ealutc of eleven guns, and the Marine Band will play "The Star-Spangled Banner."" John J. Boyle, sculptor of the Barry statue, will then be intro duced. Addresses by the President. Secretary of the Navy Daniels, and Secretary of "War Garrison, James J. Res-in. national president of the Ancient Order of Hi bernians, Michael J. Ryan, president of the United Irish League of America, and others will 'ollow. The Rev. William T Russell, rector of .St Patrick's Cntho ln Church, will pronounce the benedic tion Many Organizations in Line. 'I 'ir greatest car has been taken by tht omm ttia in chaise of the on ci irk to have every o:anization hav Ir.s an Intereht in the pffair on hand. Among those organizations taking a prominent part in todays ex ert scs are the Friendly Sons of St. Patiick. of Philadelphia. and the Friendly Sons of h't. Patrick, of New York, the American Irish H.xtoriral Society, the Ancient Order of Hibern ians the Fnited Irish League of Ameri ca St Patrick's Society of Brooklyn: thi Hibernian Society, of Pivannah: trie Hibernian Society of Baltimore: the Irish Fellowship, of Chicago: tho Irish Charitable Society, of Boston. ml the Clan Barry. While the organizat'on of the Clsi T iirr of America was only started lorfuy. hn :ne :' .ueetliis of lir r s 1 re in all parts or tl.i- country tooK 1 aee at the headiiu;.r. rs .of the com mittor n rharge of th'- statue unveil ir, ii tlie Southern I u:ldih,-. the olan m hoi .seeral hundred strong ! i:trade Mote u -.t ,V m"mbers f the Ban v family a'ready have sig r 'ion -ieir : .rati n of Vttoming mem-b- 's C th'' Ian. iJrs -idontF of Commodore B,-irr of wh-t -er name are eligibh- to metihtfr- . i.i the lan. Whip thr Iinights of 'lunuiif u.'l .i partt.-ipHto as i whol they .vjll ra a hand in thr oorris.-i. :y i. j .h i-t ioproontod it t'e :- se . r-- ..ni"iig Its iipnpler.hip .-l.iny wh Hlsn hair tnfiulw-n-hip in th KmgH- To Hold Banquet Tonight. Tcisht inoie than v rn-:n'iers ol Iri.-h Anieri'-an societies .vho iaiti''i ra'" pii t w i.ir m!i!i;. f.oi .scs will a'lfmi . .dii'jutt iii tli-. I.itgi Ij-.'lroom oft'" u iIIhk!. i -... ih-spi.il Teat rr "! the hamiin-t -.ill If tho Bar tall . at hi-h will ! .-rf.i 'hos- lncnibers l th' Uu l.ariy v h., ; rai is! of being tl-S'--'itIa:its. i tli fa'. t-jiilor. vrifHi program, m u '.u-n will t.,;i..o m? i Mini. lent sp -ke. . lvis leu ;.. a b- : ' i tin i" f-aKiim. Thr oiinijit.r ' , .if tli- tirfiiiii-t im nail-' !, ! ia .- No-mojl'. '!':: i n. ! k J"iin T. Ciovvli- T ". K'ih l. I rr-. Cap' i:i'h;il J l-oii-nr , .v Kolb. .' I'm.;.-. J. Mr-i . M 1" Hollor.m "!" CIjiiK M A I'.ifll. Frank J. Raft . .".. se it "zi: '.il'l. Wll'lain T M-Ao. a II ';jllagh-r. n ' -i -m-w riiurnin; tiie militate Ii id r a - f'-i ih In ro-1 of tht simiiifrli-tr- -I a: w.ir an 1 I nos ' w-io lost their e .. ii. r'ttn: riht nl Vim 'r.i'. ! ,-!'! in t!: Mo'i'imt nl Cro'inds T -s mII b- '-It-brat. i . tli" T. i .g.-nr Pol. MrI wiiinell. 'cl"i .' Mo. r us t'hii" Ii. under th" aueplc-s i ie Sp.irnsii War Wit-inns tif tue . t if i 'itl'iuilii.i Tin Ri'. Villin", " Rt-i 11 ... SI I'a'ink'.- will I'lea a 'if .'It 1 1 Intl.! ' .l'l ! I l !.!- . -. t 'ii '.- Mi-s lHti.itt:i M:-' t f it I't.li s Theat"! lomtii row t-t-i.-mg Commanded the Lexington. ' ' "j it John Hari. in v ncisi mrnij-y Hit Atiit'ie is 1:11 .'IlitJ. w.is tin f ',. ii . v. MOl.'ll)',' .imoiig tlu- IJ - I u 'i !t-iots of til" I ti toil Siati . '' m l t'lr I l.lt"t Strtt"s flu n r" r. n n h"n in- u. . nft'"u "art old it had tji i-'it ,1 io in.-iKit i'i" " piufcssion. lit- w.-nt to 'liil,i- i' . a' tliat tn.it i!i- lt-ading Aiuen- a.i .fHiiii' y I dir -."in took lank a" "s"aman of a ' ,i il anil h" ar lnt'rusted with ' ar of main bl m-:i liant . hips ha ns Horn Philadelphia. At th" lie ,i nlng of the Itevolution h" wan ret - m"it nd"d i'i iif of tht- most omp- ifr.i .iif. m thi ..111111 to taUt- a plat.o liowor ii, tli" infant na. Me . on- ,"cj ritl u-i"itl .t I'ommission to i ami in" bin; Lexington, of fci- ecn sin." Tr.f "!,:,. lefl PiiilatlelphlM in 1770 n'i wh "io mst rs-el to II y the (tint n"n- . flag from which fait Hairy has f( 'ailed the Fatlie: of the Ai.lrrieau Nav To this distlniiliiri ii; coin- n-JJndoi n'ii kl added II. . j.lur of rap turing the lirs; VfnaeJ e'"r t.i.un by an Acier.. .'ti warship in an "ngagci-ieni Jlls prize ws the l-Mward. an ai mctl Hi tisn s."fl The at-tlun lasted about .in H and four of Hnrrv's new of M "iit men were killed Tins Is raid to have b"en the lirst blood siini m th" I a . I rr n e of the I'nited State Willi in command of th" Alliance, n i Ihf t lose of the Re olution, I'.arr;- 31 tbc treat battle of lilt carttl HOWE FROM ABROAD MRS. THOMAS J. PRESTON. Who formerly was Mrs. Grover Cleve land, is on a visit in New York. Mrs. Preston has ben living abroad since her marriage, more than a year ago, and says she has come for a short stay only. w-ti the British ships Atlanta and Tre passy At the beginning of the oattle tin Alliance lay in a. dead calm and ejld not bring her broadside to bear. Toe two British ships poured a galling fin. into her. and early in the engage ment Captain Barry was carried oelow, wounded In the shoulder by gr:j?e shot. T'u Hag of the Alliance was shot away, and the crew of the enemy began chci ring at the prospect of a certain viclcry. Barry, lying .oundcd In the cockpit, declined to listen to any propo sit.ori io surrendei. "If the ship can't be fought without it," ho said, "I'll be carried on deck." His bravery stirred nis crew. '1 hey cheered wildly as their wounded com ma i.det was carried on deck. A new flap: was hoisted and the American shot wns sent Into the enemy with deadly effect A breeze sprang up and gave tho Alliance a chance to shift and use her guns. The Americans then fought witn such vigor that the two British ships were forced to surrender and the captcini were brought prisoners to Barry's stateroom. For the signal vic tory he had achieved J.nd the personal brrxcry he had displayed In the action Captalr Barry was given a vote of thanks by Congress. Senate Adjourns Early For the Barry Unveiling Tr.e Senate adjourned for the day e-irlv this afternoon to permit Senators to attend the exercises at the unveiling of th- Commodore Barry monument. Aricngements to this end were made lat evening. It w-as decided, on mo tion of Senator Kern, to meet this niorring at 11 o'clock, and after rou tln business, to listen to the speech ot Sei.ator Walsh againtt repeal of free tolls After that. Senator Kern gave m tice he would move to adjourn on :icc i-.nt of the Barry monument exer c'sc. This plan was carried out. Senator Walsh Fears Distrust Will Be Bred "Were such an open repudiation of a solemn covenant, touching the prom ises of all political parties and inci dent illy of representative government, proposed bv an otner than the I'reii-d'-ift of the United States, holding the h.sl! place he does in the conlldence :.nd atrc-tlons of the people, we .-hould .ill recoil with horror." declared Sena tor Walsh. In oppo.-'ng tolls i.xemption repeal this afternoon. "Senators have warned their pirty atf-u.-'.ates of the wrath that will te visited upon the Democratic party for a i.antom violation of the platform pledsos jpon which it cam" into pow er. 1 do tint dreao .t much the ven KC.il" "f the peopl" against the party cf whi'i I tin .in humble lollower as I 'lo 'he distrust that will be bre-1." i Take Up Trusts Tuesday. I Aieordii g to present plans, the ,d- ministration anti-trust bills will be brought up under special rule in tne lions" neM Tuesday. This was made knew ii following an informal co ferenee of the House Rules Committee toda . Obituaries ALEXANDER ISHERT. at 711 Seventh street northeast, yesterday. MRS FRANCES BARBOFR KW'INU, at li.ls S. vt-iiteeiith stiect northwest, Tli nwiin EVA l W. HUFFMAN, nl 719 L st i "ei t-oiitheast. Wednesday. IIAROl.l) IIOI.I.OW AV. it Ual'eftoii, "ft . W-dn"Mla MRS. HARRIET IIINTER. .'I 13JT Walla, h plat-e north wt. Wednesday. .ll'I.IA MARTIN I'I.i:.MM'lNS, at LttjO 1 I'rort iioitliwest. vesterdav. IH! J(JllN I'NliERWtXiU RAV Mi'NIi. :'l l."J4 Eu'lid stre"t yi-st"iij . AI.oNXd n. llA'iV, at Sli'. E htrt-et ."oiitlit-.i.-i. We:nesd-'. FXNNiF. W.riLI.. et r', E.giifentii str-"t iiom'iw tj-t, 'II ;r.'ii'. CATIiEUINr. WiL.L I MS. .it Fo..rth Mini nuiliiiasL ,.est -da.. JullN J. WILM.UITH. ves!rlla. MI'S Il.tVIl.liA Mrl'AHI.lMi ). at 17l' Moriison stiret nothwest, Thurs tln' .MARY r CRAWFdRIi. al 1M3 I stitei lioi'hwest, Thur.idav i-unerali Sitiv i: ''iMwfnid. fron 1013 '. Mien northwest, this morning. Margart '. l-nst, from Me11l011.1l U. B. Cln;roli. North I'apltol u-id : streets, " i. m.. todny. Interment jiriMite. .Ms. rraiu't"! Barbour Ewing. fi.neral jni-.ate. Interment at Petersburg. Va. i::i L. ' Hoffman, fn.m 71J L street southt iist. !0 a. 111. tod. Interment at foiigressioiial I'tineterj Mrs. Ilaniet lluntei. from Mi-ttoiioli-tan A M. K. Cliureh. M strct 1101th we.'.l beiwien Fitter nth and Sixteenth slreetf. I p 111. todav. Julian Maitin Pleinmtins fiotn :'H(5 I stieet northwest. 2 ji. in. toda. . Inter ment t i-oek Creel, I'emeterj In. John I'nderwood RiiMnoml. fiem T-. Knelid stieet, j p. m . Moll'liJ . !n leinien! private. Fannie Weill, fr 'in 3nj Llghltt-nth street iiorth'vest. 1" a in. tomorrow. Alonxn I. Shaw. Mom l'0 .1n1h slin't Mititl asi. I p. 111 todiij intet inent :! ' Tiessional Cemetci; C.-tlierii-.e WilMains. fiom A l-'cuilh street 1101 thiast. 10 a. nt. Miipdrft. In termcul inutc al ill- Olivet Ccuicivry. LOCAL AND NEW YORK FINANCIAL NEWS BANKER WILL F IGHT E RVE BERTH Compromise Is Declared Out of the Question Fear Wash ington Will Lose Place. Willi no apparent possibility of a i-om-pioriise. lepresentatives of th" member barl' of the Federal I.eserve BanK ot Richmond located in mis city, will go tj the conferem-e at m-hninml Mondav nu.rning divided into two illstlnct caivps and championing two candidates for membership on the directorate of Hi" legional bank. Foliowlng the Iniluie of the local bat kors to agiee at the meeting of th reprtstntatlves of the member banks in t'i'h city held yesterd.iy afternoon, sup pcrters of both Cuno II. Rudolpli anil T'.ckeT K. Sands, inc two men placed in nomination for indorsement by the lotal institutions, deciarud this morning that thev not only would not consider corri.ronilse but would go to Richmond and fight for their respective choices. Rival Claims Offered. Tt the meeting yestcrda both Mr. Rudolph and Mr. Sands were nominated fo rthe tentative indorsement, which Is the extent to which member bank repre sentatives can go until the electors have been chosen by the directorates of the individual banks. Mr. Rudolph's friends contend that as a merchant in this city, later us Dis trict Commissioner, and at present as president of one of the large local banks ne is w-ell known through the Fittli reserve bank district and, if selected, would go upon the board as a Wash lngtonian. Mr. Sands' supporters, on the other hand, assert that none but a man who enJoyt a personal acquaintanceship throughout the territory of the South can hope to be elected a director of the regional bank. Mr. Sands, they point out. was for years a banker In Richmond, serving in an official capac ity with the First National Bank of that city, the National Bank of Vir gini.1. and the Bank of Richmond. Eater he was In the banking business in New York for two years, coming to Wash ington in 1S11. Washington May Lose. At a recent meeting of the W ashing ton Clearing House Association Mr. Rudolph's name was put before that body, and the announeement was made that he would receive the support of the banks hold.ng membership in the association. Yesterda. however, Iriend.s of Air Sands sent out a lette.r to all he banks in the lirst group in the Fifth reserve district soliciting .otes In his behall. This action incensed Mr. Rudi.lph'a friends, with the result that at the meeting yesterday personalities ai- stiid to have been Indulged in and the meet ing adjourned without action bUnir taken and with no date fur a further meeting aet. It was thought that the Wushington lans would meet in Richmond early Monday morning before the convenin.: of the general conference and endeavor to settle their dlffeiences and possiiily Indorse a "dark horse." This morning, however, it was said that neither side would consider a compromise, but put forth their respective candidates. The lesult. bankers not pledged particu larly to either candidate say. will be that Washington will not succeed in procuring a member of the director ate of the reserve bank. Trading on the Washington Stock Ex change today was fairly active. I tit de void of feature. The demand tor Wash ington Railway nlid Electric preferred stock continued good, with the price slightly easier than that which pre vailed 'lyesterday. Sixty-six "hares sold at So. the high price of yest rday, alter which 2 shares were disposed of at prices which scaled down fractionollv to bi. The bid price was then lowered to S3'7. and the asking price to Xi. One broker came on the floor for lw shaics at b3. but found no offerings. Continental Trust Company mad" a sharp advance. The last sale was made at 117'. When the call was mad" today, however. I'i shares sold at U".. and the bid price was raised to Ui. Washington Cas Stock struck the lowest level since 1311. only live shares wcie traded in. bringing 77. Capital Traction was inactive. Tho 12 shates sold brought VJ. the price roiiimaii'led at the last sale of yesterda. Tho bid price, however, was lowered " of a point to 9. The bond sales consisted of one Jl.fi Capital Traction J at In7i. a Washington Railway and Klectrje Jl.ouo 4 at s.',. and a $.'"" I al M. and ji'ort worth of Washington, Alexandria and Mount Vernon is at S7. Changes Shown in Week's Actual Bank Statement Ni;w YORK. May Hi. The weekl -tual li.nik sLitetnent issued tiitlav shvv ed the following fliange.f Surplus, th -creHMe. Jl.!77.rwiJ, loans. linrtiiM', J'. lii.'ioo: spe. e. in. rease, SiS.yiO. legal.-, iii'iea-t. V-I'I.kVi. deposits, im-iiase. $''''. :i.t'.(ii . in 11i.1t. mi, uu lease, JT;,'"i, mii-pli-s leseivc. :3.7ii 1" Realty Transfers MIIh lrk ''lr.i A Mapl'n -l ill. I.'lwni It Id John W Attains ! .-.'. si'jdit 1-1'. J-1'7 Uaslnlieien Higlil'tnils Itrijlun 1: . iu.'h rs m s'iil.i.ir aii'i I.'., i.i .N li.itj'iti I -is . .nU : l.ltt-k It,. Sl'.'J Wlsttiiisln avttiiti .iii'l N i i.t- 'i.irlliu s- rrttlt-rt' k J Gotlt Un I lu MnUmi II '.if I tlard, pail 1'it M. snunn lid -Columbia lltljhts Walter II Mmidr '- to John W ami Annlf K ll.in'i k l-.i -.. Illoek 3J. IP' Mount I'lt-dsaiil - l.ets I'. Ilrt-Ulili9 r .t u-. It. ClMrlt-s T liitssfli, lot i7'( stu,irt ..(. II" 301 17 ellrtt nor Iht ji" llnnr.! lln-l n n I'i itciirc A Morgitn. In : ti,.ir. ; o, l.i :.Z I'h.iervun siret-i nt.iiiit a.-ti --1. Iint. ti I'lcl.l- ei h( tu turrit' 17 I "i. in. 11 .,i 4 and -. Miuiite ti7J. 1 ow.lt r 11.11 Siiitiut-l M 1'robiiis ! u to I'tirnelU Ashe. part. H' l.er t.f A slrt-et li'irtheasl. Im 1 mi i:iMii mill N'lnlh slret'tit l.llll.- l:..:liu.ll . .l,,l.i, llrasliaw. lr . nart original lot I. s'n.i-t MS. $10 fcl t' Mret-t -tiullisel .Magsit M I'launl e' al i'i I'hlMp Mi-i;alin, mtl uri'ni'il lut 1. S'lUare tio. II". I'lllllp .M'-tir.ni'i 10 1 fli-e lanniit'l sanie proiterl. Jl'i I't twortll t7llillia I01M 10 .lennie i. "lott part 1'it u. solum 77. II" "l.t ant! l(i 1: strett tiorihutti Mm 1 (Jlorlus ti Innallus t'. Clorlus lul II s'l.mri- :VJ. antl lot b7. iiiire I-; ..f Oti -In Mn Q rtreel Miii,rti.-1 Jaints I. r.i.;i irustte, to oilt-r J' M IIiiim 11. 'uri I.. 1 ;: sq'lare UV. M1. J3I Tenth hlreel soullit-a.l Ilamt I V 11 l .ti filiue t-t a! . lrilt.ues, I'i .hunt .- ,, i,,., llt-ll lot n. stpjaif !in. J30II Zj ' 'lenlh slreei stiuthtat. ani' t" liiiiil Hotjulnn. I'i' ij sqiiart- $1". ? z.4) jiA l-'oiirit-i-mii -nt.. 1 noitiiwfiit i;.-.t;. s l:r-. .- u 1.1 Tin hi i- lVg.ni Im '! niiar. JV 10 f.l . K siit-fi noilliuiM lr. in . I.....H n ii, in i;i-..rst r- lltt-s irfiri t.risi.tsl itit v., s'luale 15. TI.' LOCAL MKXTIOX Great! Soft Shell Crabs. F F V, iovb i'a. ate. I Washington Stocks. GOVERNMENT BONDS I Bid. Ak. j I S Rog. 2'f o.jT, to"1 i E. S. Coupon 2"s '. K'n 88'i If S. Reg. Xs ijo'i 10t"i U. S Coupon 38 luO'j Uru.i V S. Reg. 's loS'i liOH U S. Coupon -Ts 1C9H ... GAS BONDa Oeo Gas Cert. Ind. o's lo2 Georgetown Gas 5"s 101 10. Col. litis A: Elec. o s 70 13 Col. Gas & Elec. Deb. 6's 5 RAILROAD BONDS. Cap. Traction R. R. O's 107 1'J7" Anacostla A: Potomac o's IV) lOHi City & Suburban o's Wl'i. ... Cot. nubia It. R. o"s lOOVi Wl Columbia R. It. 6'S luoit jol Coluniliia R. R. 6's 10014 lOOVi Metropolitan R. R. as 103- 105U Wash. Ry. ,i Elec 4"s S2' S3i-j W.ih . Alex. A: Mt. V. is.... Sfi Wash. Balto. & Anap. u's SO MISCELLANEOUS BONDS. Potomac Elec. Cons, o's S9'i WT I'oloirac Electric I.t. 5's... lot1 105 C. AV 1'. Tclephont 5's lot',- 105- Ainor. Tel. A: Telga. 4's 9S ... Amer. Tel. As Telga. 4',s's.... !7 Wasli. Market o's 1DI7 50 37 N. . W. Steamboat O's 104'.-; ... RIggs Realty 5's (long) 10P 102 RiBSB Realty 5's (short) lOOVi 1C2 PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS. Capital Traction PS M',4 Wasn. Rv. AV. Elec. Com S71 .. Wath. Ry. AV Elec. prcf !Ov4 S3 Wash. Va. Ry. com i-j 5j Wash.-Va. Ry. pf 60 To Wath. Ballo. .t An. Com Wash.. Balto. & An. pfd 25 N. AV W. Steamboat IKS 13.1 Waihington Gas 7G 77 Columoia Gas AV Klec 1U 11V4 Aiucr Tel & Telga 120 TYPE MACHINE STOCKS Mcrgenthalcr Linotype 215 2131J Lanston Monotype SU S4'j MINING STOCKS. Greene Cananea SO NATIONAL BANK STOCKS. mcrl"un Nat Bank 157 160 Capital Nat. Bank 2 Columbia N?t. Bank 250 Commercial Nut. BanK ISS 190 District Nat. Bank 112 Far. & Mech. Nat Bank 2W ' Federal Nat. Bank 1CV Lincoln Nat. Bank 162 MctiopoUtan National Bank. 1W 200 RIggs National Bank 5J5 National Bank of Wash 240 M TRUST COMPANY STOCKS. Americin Sec. AV Trust 23 23J National Sav. & Trust 263 I'nion Trust 1-J'j 132!; Wash. Loan AV Trust 223 Continental Trust 120 121 SAVINGS BANK STOCKS. Home Savings 375 Bank of Commerce Si Sav.... 13 East Wash. Savings Bank.... 15 U FIRE INSURANCE STOCKS. Arlington Fire Insurance 12)i 1C'4 Corcoran Fire Insurance M Kli emeu's Flic Insurance 19 M German-American Fire Ins... 250 Nat. I'nion Fire Ins 6Vi 9 TITLE INSURANCE fcTOCKa. Columbia Title Insurance 5 7 Real Estate Title Ins SO MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS. Chapin Sacks 190 230 D. C. Paper Mfg. Co 123 ilerch Trans A: Storage 110 Security Storage liO Today's Sales on The Local Exchange CapiL.l Traction .Vs. 1.001il07. Washligton Railway is. V-.T1 " Wiishlncton Alexandria and Mt. Ver- , non 3's. Jl.O'iO.fl.sT. Sl.eJtlSi. vv-f.jhtnizto.1 Railway 4 s. we.-(. 1 Capital Traction. 4fi99. Z'ti'.Q. 3iW Washington Railway, preierrcu. o-ra. 4'u5si. 12'iS3. 2.V1S41-:. 5S4'-4. o1S4i. lfOft .St. 206 -SI- 20lSI. Continental Trust Company lOfilZl. After call Washington Gas. OliTT Chicago Grain Market. KurnlJied to Th Washington Tlmti by A. - m..i r. r-rt inr. ci street northwest: tj 1 ink ". "- - -- Wlrat Open. Illgli. Low. ilose. Septenil'i r July Corn. Septembet Ju'v . V.V", s7 Xrt Xr l-'t-g 77 C7U 7' New York Cotton. rurnlsheJ to The Wavhinilon Times by A G Plant A. Co.. Hlo G -ireet northwest. open. High. Low. Close .lu' t Ct' 1 41 1 . :u '.'o 3- Health Recovered The Vacuum Treatment i:n force itn! HcitrCN the Ireiilallon of the IIIoimI ami Cssnitlnl lleullh l-'lnlil.s "f the IIihIj Id thr Mieinrtf I'nrt and Mill Cure the Chronic and Ineuriil'lr 1 so-called 1 IJUensr "f Mankind after every other method has failed. tin Mnlcrl tontrol of Hie ireiiln llon 1,1 tin IIIoimI au'l IliinitUI f Life ami llrnllh l'lii!d of the li"(v I,, (he ni.teiiMCd I'nrt, Oiirrnles i:rrn lliel .is 11 Cure for I.IK IIMIITIIII Til V All finis t.r rnrnljiit. Ilrigbt't IU--ene, Hiillepi?. Hlieiiinntlsm. Ailbma. Inttoiiiiilii. Ilnrdeiilng m.l .ilrrii.l. nt I ne spinnl Ciiliinm. Curd :in. Arlerlei, rlrrlt. (.PriiiiN ertlo. iiinl 111'" I)epernte VllliieiilH "f the Ulgetllle. liidlgeMtlnn. Iri'iilnlon nil Itesiilrn lor? Hi' 'lliumt. llniiH'hl, I. unci -ami Nerciiiitt 'teiiii Neiirnndienln, eurlll". Nfri'iii" I7 linntliui .nnl HrenKllov 11, Inrintiire of tin- lne, :mil lit linuile Inriimlilr .ii---ii lied I I n:,t-:. 11 - f'" v. '..th. lb' lleillnil World tins no Itemed .111. 1 " '" Ilenled Itrllef Cii'i ulieri- Kite. I nm nfler Ibtfe entr H':il mhit tilitsieimi tloli I 1 enn'l eure. ThU Tienlmeiil llll Mlernlte nul III. I'. II. Ill 111I i tl ret Ihe I'llliem. "lis 1.- Ho I.rmlrnl tiunllif uen i. llUt-ol ered. I.nd .i'sliinl. I oiiNiillnlloii I'ree-. Prof. H. N. D. Parker 1022 9lb SI. N.W., Washington, D. C. IIoiiis I" n. in. to I'- nv ; siimla) II to I. I unielllenl. I'lensBUI Itooiii, ;u,, ;x. eellenl Itonrd nl Itidernte I'rlees, nP tilrril l"r Out t.f Cll I'nllllHs I'lisleliiiit 'i all "elionN .f llrnlini; , lid l.'eelnll lrmslri l'h ilelnnit Need Hie IL V " 1'nrl.rr liiiiiifin im . Ink Coniiiiiiv"t IJmiTuriiej liiufll f,,, diiilnlslerliiK 'In X neiiiim I rtiidnriil. II Will I nrr 'he nliii'.i, -t Hi I III.- -rr. nit, ( liionie. and lneiirnlilr .,.. -1 ;il. .1 1 Mliueiils til Halil.lnil alt. r tei ntliei niellit'il Hn Fnllnl. (turn- -ipi M-r 'I'liein nl N rk. Illuslrittd and Irsliiilni I'll'. Irt in.t i,.,. send tor I'ller Ml. Tin; 11. 11 i'itii:n Mri,. 111, ut-i-2 :fii ". n. w.. w - 1 1 1 (;to., U. V. New York Market. yuoMtiom rrrrltcl by v it. hhi f.... r fiit'T.' New York IM.wk Dxrhano W,ivh tngto:! stock I-;i-hHiiiio. and chlcaKQ i:oard of Trade. Ilibbs liulldin. Y. Hlrh IitT.Clofi Clo". Amal. Copper 7.T,i 72h 7i I 73h Am. Beet. Sug. com... a j j j .j, American Can zv.i ii m ;s Amer. Can pfd 31 91 3 0 Amer. C. & F co'f ;.j; jo; 1 50 Amer. Cotton Oil 41 41), ujj 41, Amrr.Smelt 04 f3h 63f4 I C4W Am. Tel. &TeI iijk hju 11214 112H Am. Tobacco pfd. nevioj?i ;06h 103H I Anaconda S2i ji k.j rsit Atchison 86!i te ftj 1 pgjj Bait. & Ohio 9li 9iJi 9lVil 925a Brook. Rapid Tran.. 9ih os'i v;U I 82i Calif. Petroleum si ;i 21 ;i Calif. Petrol, pf. Ui iSst Xh I 084 Canadian I'acilic 133 IM.S 133 13:i Central Leather 33J. 3."t 3ZL I 2iU Chcs. & Ohio 525S Sit. .-,j!j j 534 Chino Con. Copper... 4I 4Ii 41K 4i Chi. & O. W 1354 13,' 1354 I I35i C, M. & St. P. 100.' 100 ICOHI V3h C. M. & St. P. pf....!37W VA 37h I I37K Con. Gas 131 1C0 131 isoH Corn Products SH OH aji j 9!i Corn Prod., pfd t6? MJi KU I 6U Eric SS.H i IS.HI2Sf Erie, 1st pfd tZh 43t 43 til 41'? Great North.. pfd....i;iH BIJX I24K I l!l! General Electrics IITtf I47!i 1I75 I ll Great North. Ore.. 23 i3 33 I 32? liner. Metrop.. pfd. a!i 6J!. Vi'A I tSH Ir.ternat liar IWH IC8!4 IObH I 1WK Kan. City & S. W... 27H MJt Xh I Kit Kan City South., p toy, eoK 60h I Lehigh Valley t 9M I3J 139 I33K Louis. & Nash 39h 136? I3SK I 1385s National Biscuit, co!3lfi 1SI?i I3lr I I3IM Missouri Pacific I8h igjj i5S ! lb N. Y. Central 935i B34 8j;f OTij N. Y., N. II. Ai H... 68fi 635 t5 I 6)5 Nev. Con. Copper... 15 15 15 I I5V4 Norfolk & Western.. 104K 10IM 104! I 10454 Northern Pacific... 11IH ill llliilili Pennsylvania R. R. lll)i I UK IllK I IllJi Prcs. S. Car. com... uli U 44! I UH Ray Con. Copper J; si I 52 Rep. Iron & Steel Tt :3 S3 I SIX Rep. I. & Steel, pfd.. tM 8!; M5S I W5S Reading ittfi IK1. 18554 I 168 Sou. Pacific BSf, o, J, 92H Southern Rwy a ;th 55 1 5154 Tennessee Copper.... S5 :5V 35!i i 25H U.S. Realty & Imp... COK 60 U)H I to Union Poclllc I575v 158 1561 I 157.'. Union Pacific pfd.... t3i h2K Mh I 81 U. S. Rubber. 1st pd..l0Sh lOZh 102h I lOii j U. S. steel 6l?i 60 6IHI tm U.S. Steel, pfd mh 1C9H Itghilli) Utah Copper 58!i 57 io l 58 Wabash, pfd I 14 1 Western Maryland.. 23,H Z3H 53 I 53,'i West. U. Telcg 65 6lh 62 leih West. Electric 75!i 75 75 I 73 BONDS. Atch. Convert. 1's oeji Brook. It. T. Con. ft 91 C. B. AV.Q. Joint 4's.. S74i C. R. I.& Pac. 4's.... 3l'i Interbo. Met. 4's "H North. Pac. 4's 93 Pa Convt. 3',4's. 1913. 9HH U. Pac Con. 4's 9l3 U. S. Steel id 5's 103 0! 97! "41 77H 93 9iK o; 97 !i 34h 775S t-H i 31l 771 95 I 9IK 1CSU lOIti 1 ICIH New York Curb Market. Furnished to Ths Washington imes by Harrlmvn A Co.. Nw lorl:: G. Minajcr local branch. Colorado Ancle American Oil U '"hlpman. Dulldin;. Bid. Asked. Atlanta Goldlleld Bay State Gas Bradcu Copper British American Tobacco. British Columbia Copper . international Rubber Cobalt Lake Grernc-Cananca Keir Lake '. La Rose Con Manhattan Transit McKinlex-Liarragli Nipissing Mines Obi. Copper Standard Oil N. J Tonopah Belmont Tor.npah Mng. of Neada Tj-i Bullion .. 1'iuted Cigar Stores . . . Yukon Gobi Gnlcifield . .. Hiker and Ilegernian . ... Standard Oil Subs 1 1&. s 31 P- li C3 'i tin ..! M - 4 I 1' . I 1 BHHBBnHHHHHHHHjH Provident Relief Association of Washington, D. C. Health, Accident, Life Insurance John Brosnan, President mid Treasurer .Set ret Provident Building 617 F St. N.W. I STOCKS L Slight Decline on European Ex change Causes1 Differences in New York Market. NEW YORK. Map K With Ameri can issues en tho London Stoak Ex change fractionally lower and the ten dency among local traders to realize irotits on the recent rise the New York market opened with declines of practi cally a half point. Trading was dull throughout the day and closing ligurcs wero irregular with general slight losses for tho day. The foreign trend toward lower prices was attributed to tho demand by this Government upon Mexico in connection with the death of Privato Parks. This stand is regarded in Europe as likely bring an acute situation In Mexico auin. Canadian Pacific was the strongest of the leaders. Whllo other stocks were off In the London market, this Issue registered a gain, which was re ilected in New York. Canadian closing al 193, or a i point advance. United States Steel held up well, and closed at 61. tho price that prevailed at tho same hour yesterday. Among the other railroad and indus tr.al leaders, however, the losses for tnc day ranged from M to sj of a point, 1 nlon Paclnc, Reading and Chesapeake and Ohoi going off to this extent. Sev crar of the specialties showed slight gains. Columbia Phonograph Co. Gives" Employes Banquet In appreciation of the work done by tho local employes of the Columbia Phonograph Comrany, a banquet and smoker was given last night by the company. The Washington store, for the past two months, has won the cash pr ze offered by tho executive office of the company to the store making the largest collectolns In any one month. Harry C. Grove, local manager, and several of the employes spoke on some subject connected with the business. Tho following were present William T. Graves, Howard E. Stewart. Ray mond H. Keller. LeRoy McDowell. Charles Hill, Harry S. Green. Milton B. Mcintosh. Charles Thomas, William L. Matthews. John G. Affatlca. Henrv H. McGee and Edward L. Wittier. Waldon . . Fawcett and Paul B. Cromelln were also present as guests of the company. W. C. Olds Elected to Royal Society of Arts W. C. Olds, of Washington, has ust been elected a member of the Royal Society of Arts, of England. Olds Is traveling industrial agent or the land and industrial department of the South ern Railway, and his election to the society was In recognition of h's abili ties as a commercial agent, both In th' I'nited Statfs and in foreign countries. Tho Royal Society of Arts is an or ganization for the encouraging of 'rts. industries, and commerce throughout tho world. It was founded in 1751. and has an exclusive member-hip of a few thousands, scattered over the globe. Numbered In this membership are many men prominent in artistic and commer cial life. Young Duellists Kill Each Other Over Woman LEXINGTON, Ky.. May If..-In a pistol duel near Hyden. Ky.. Jo- Wens ley, eighteen, member of a prominent Leslie county family, and Hubbard Mm. iard. eeventeen. son of .1 B. Miriaid. inui-tj attorney, shot vxt other to death early today Mrs. Daijy Adams, a pretty young divorcee, who was with Milliard and oer whom the duel start ed, was wounded by a strav b-illet. Ii'.th 'iung men were said to be infatuate J i.itli the young woman. w ONDQN This is the oldest, largest, and most successful local company of its kind. Founded 21 years ago by John Bros nan, and still headed by him as President. The volume of business done by this association exceeds that of anv competi tor. This fact is convincing evidence of the absolute satisfaction it gives its policyholders OFFICERS : T. W. Bramhall, John Brosnan, Jr., a rv 'iee President Police Court Record j DI.Mrkt llrnnrh. Jurlce Push Miry i:rn. Mnsranc. dlmnliwl; Itebert llirdv. t.ir . tlerlv. io. Alberta lloblnsoit, vasrant-v. ill ! mi!tet: Frank Curler, dlnorderly. continued Ix-nornO Iionil: llcue llattun, vnsrai'-y. etii t limed, personal bond: I'eriy W"llon. i!'i"r , derly. JO. Bartholomew llu?fj-, tacrine-.. i-finilp.uptl. nersonal bond: Thomas I.. Sjmsell, aiK-eillnt. continued, t-ersonal lajml: Fnward Blanks, vasrancy. dlsmlwnl; Carrie Uiown. vagrancy, continued, perfonal bon.ls; tiailes C. Davis, illsordrrly. $.'.; Uubert ulintleld. vagrancy, personal bond or W tltys; Harry Wllnon. disorderly, 5: David Huli. violation trafnc regulation, continued, penmnal bond. Oivrn Fowler, violation traffic lezuUtion. contlntieil, teronal bond. SamiK-1 Stewart, violation police regulation, cuntlnu-sl. per sonal bond. John Smith, speeding, ii: George Heall. violation of urnokn reguhtton. di-nil.-srd. The follonlnit forfeited collateral William Jordan, lltnjamln Ford. Alex. Mills. Alberta Perry. Albert Uurke. Charles Lakes. John Morton, James Murphy. Joseph Ual laKhrr, John White, ltufe Andros. Gor?e Peck. Joseph Wilson. Edward Sullivan. Ed ward Zimmerman. Hoy Hoses. 'Joseph Word, Theodore Hamcr. John Clopp, Ch.irle (teirje, William Relwlck. Clifford Lewis. Mabel Tlbbs. William Wtieeler. John Sherfy. Iw renee Young. t Rarr and Jarl: '.evT I'nlteil States ((ranch, .ludce Hullouny George Ilrnwn. assault. K: CharlCH (torre. lolatlon reKlstered bottle law. !. 1'eHon Gray, assault, rontlnued: Elnora lIam;:on. assault, continued to May 20: Ida Jones, carrying deadly weapon, dismissed. WIIIIn.ii Holmes, false pretenses, cnntinuetl tn May 19; Robert Palmer, nssault. continued to May 1!); William Dobson. assoult, nolle ppwsed. James Smith, larceny. $20: Hobcrt Hawaii, larceny, !:; Nancy Smith, assault, ilisniltsed; Thomas Kennetly. destroying private prop erty. $10; Thomas Kennedy, threats, con tinued, nersonal bond John Toulon, assault. nolle prossetl. Thomas Grason. violation, K!6-b code, continued t May W. Henry i moc cabro and Georgt Brown, forfeited collatsral. Siam Lecture Postponed. Tho lecture on "Siam." which was to have been delivered tonight by James II. Gore before tho Home Club of the Department of the Interior, has been indefinitely pojtponed, owing to the Ill ness of the lecturer. YALE LAUNDRY'S NEW PROCESS Try our new process of laundering collars, cuffs. anJ shirts. Cold Starch Method This prevents breaking ot collars, cuffs, neckbands, and buttonholes. All shirts finished entirely by HAND. All flannels, ladies' clothes, hose, and socks washed and ironed by IfAXD. AH colored goods laun dered at our RISK. N'o advance in prices. Patronize our $150,000 sanitary laundry and ret tho best in quality nnd service. Years ahead of any other laundry in Washington in equipment. Inspection solicited. Telephone Xorth S2-33. Drop us a postal; our wagon will call. (? rSTZmi l-lb. Ion yen to the barrel. j Housewives Who Know the value of using the BEST flour are always particular to insist on having Cream Blend Flour Install " C R E A M BLEND" as YOUR fam ih flour and have the lightest and most de licious bread, cakes, and pastries that can be baked. AT YOUR GROCER'S. B. B. Earnshaw & Bro. A. 'ui-varrr' 1I(K' n07- "w ,lth ' EDUCATIONAL lufoi nintlun regarding; nny ot tbc liclovt iti'liouli mny br had nt fh- IDHAI'IO.WI. IM'Oll.ll.V- i! miti.vr of mi.; wash iM.rn timi:s. HALL-NOYES SCHOOL Pa and Nljtht. lo you need expert Instruc tion to pans cxj...s or Improve salary? -eiidl tlasc. privato !cson- CataloLes. 1'in'uc mhIh :!s:t. -jui i: m. x. v. Mrs. Emily Freeh Barnes, SIXuIMS AND liLOi'l .ion 1 l'tli &T. N Ii Unc ins. I Joyful Anticipation of Hotherhood Th.ro i" nit to io a latent .ippro hcnstoii 'i .lii-tiss t-J mar llic coni- lit,. ju f fxpei-- ; iti in :ut t'ua is imli- n c rrnrac by '. !'.. ..i i I f so 111.1' MIIUOIl to Z - -si i f i .'thers S? Jl3 1'". nd." Thi is i-xtortuil applk itloii di -l-;'ud tn fo lu-l-n-.tto thr niusi-les and t.j thus to re iie ! I lif iir'ssurn rPactiii on thi- mrir-. 'hat tn natural . tr;i iiiioTi i.. . .u.l- ..ml liKamont i mr a-. ...nt-aiiod I'i tlioho sevrre Prtitit. ;jid I" an-..- nun-'i. nioriiiiiu si. ki.r-.-. and many loi.il il'Mtrrssos. Man' proidp 'i.licc th.it ih w rem-i-dii-s uhi. h ti.ivi- .ti'iid tin. test of t:in-. lli.it li;if li-iMi put ti nvory trial under tin- mii in:; iMiiilitiiiiiv oi asr. woight. .-iiii.il Iip.iIIIi. li' . ni'iv lf sifoly r'-lii-il iin. And );iiUin4 by ih fart that 'Miitlirr"." Kni'inl" lias boon in iniitinii.il use Minr iir maiiiiiiiotliers' rinliri o.i js .mil i.u 'i'Ow n IliloilKlloilt the Initrd Stairs if m.iy li, easily mforroil that it i ." hum that wo nirn bI.i.IIv rfOijpini :id "Sliilbrr's lSltirt" t. pi"piuil only i inir .iwn l-ili.ri-lo ind im old by .;. huki.-In I'.vnuliip -k for a I'otllix toii.. au. I . rllo fui i ie nl book for rp' tanl t'-.o'hcrs f I. hoys Ilr.ulfleM Krsul-it.ir iVw.1 iVWinr BUIr.. At- mm 1"-- --""JVsitij ITaX FINANCIAL CAiMTAU lU'Ainl KAltKBP BUHPl.lt ..i Well Paying Property Is well-managed property. The facilities of our Real Estate Dept. insure efficient and economical manage ment. Call and sec us with ref erence to your property. The Washington Loan & Trust Company, Car. 0th and I-' ls. JOHN JOT KDSON I're-i--- Is This the Kind of Bank You Want to Bank With? The Munsey Trust Company Has a' capital of 1000.000. It Jt.rted f'Cht. with IV capita! fully paid in before If. opened its doors for business. Capital . enough to rrake It as solid as the -Rock of Gibraltar." It pays 2 interesl oh checking accounts. It pays 3 interest on ordinary sayings accounts. It pays 4 interest on special savings accounts. Interest compounded monthly (tweive times a year, on the 2 accounts and fcur times a year on the 3-Ji accounts: twice a year on the 7 accounts and In terest so tisured that the de positor sets a "Squara Ileal." There are no rtiles. nc penal ties, no subterfuge with ua that whittle down the rate of Interest; and your money draws interest every day It is in Tne Munsey Trust Company, how ever Ion; or short the time, and every business day tn the ) cu ts deposit day. The ilunsey Trust Company Is a serious, substantial banlc. conducted on sound business lines. Ita methods aro clean, clearcut and straightforward. It has no favorites, it treats all men tho stme treats the big man co better than the little man and treats all alike, with well coisiderec courtesy. If this is ths kind ot tank that appeals to you. we should be glad to nave you open an account with uu Measured from every angle the interest we pay. and the way wo figure Interest, and the stiensth and substantiality of Tho Munsey Trust Company is there any other bank anywhr where vou can do as well? Think this over it 13 very much worth your while. FRANK A. MUNSEY, President The Safest Investments Are those that do not fluctuate durins dis turbed conditions ot the money or itock mar ket?. First deed cf trust notes (first nort suges). well secured on reel estate In the District of Columbia, constitute "cilt-edge" investments. -They do not depend upon the Snanclal responsibility of Individuals or cor porations for their stability, and are exempt from taxation as personal property. We can supply such Investments in amounts lro.-n Ji00 upward. Send for booklet. "Concerning Leans and investments." SWARTZELL, RHEEM & HENSEY CO., Uth ST. N. W. LOST AND FOUND $1,000 REWARD. Lost by owner, single strand pearl necklace, 76 pearls weighing 355 3-8 grains. Upon returning to our address we are authorized by the owner to give the above re ward. SHAW & BROWN CO.. 1114 F Street N. W. LOtST .'.-prong brass bottom koj liberal reward. X.-tlfy liOX IM, Tlm.s offl-e l I'OCKETBOOK. black, money, ihccfcj end car tickets. Si: Kye rt 1" GOL.D BltACELKT Lost on Xavy Yard car. between lltli and IennsyKanla ,-vo ha and -nd and Pa. avc. se.. abnut . .! p n Thursday. May II. Return and re. n. re ward to Manager' Ulnce. POSTAL LI. I GRAPH CABI.K CO.. 1341 Pa. aw. . W ak 'or MI.S- JOI1XSTOX DOCI St. ml blirk fniair. two m-i-bak K-narJ. 1'Ud lltli st. X W RINU-Diamond and sapphire. mark. 1 I '. from t;randm:her P-." Liberal reiari .io questions. M1S l-KKKIXU WELL. IT y st X AV Phone Xrth i"J-l WATV1I PRArKt.irr-Monosrr-n A - Liberal rewar,; for return iu uul.usvl -". F st. X. V. I HELP WANTED MALE ;A1;IU:P. PIiM lata. while for .'it f town i-op Aiply 1-1! Pa. jv - ' BOS and jouu; men with wlicels, ilJI.i.' steady work Buaranueil. Ap..l i)IMi MKriSKMiKK SBIt U'K. 717 Kill l N v lH;Slll-fl..M.X MKKTZ .V MKI'.TC '"O. W F -1 W ElUUND HOY to work In tailor iJ o ItKXX. !M Clenrsla ac. X. V. uoti:l paxtp.v max. jk. ttii.- -" Pli'K'S IIOTKI. AiiKXCY. LtU an 1 . . a c .MAX I'olonM. to help Ice cream maker AWl III'YI.EItS. U'lh and 1 ! MKX-fi Eoid lelcr-ztk Sir dba a..Ss, Mti Pa avc X W. e rRKSSKU-Ooi.! A.ply NOnrilLiAST CLOTIILti SHOP. lJW Ke st X. IT. VVCVTIl't MONKY-We nccl ten itt"K men to ha'idle lh Mount Ma Siil'.il nlon. !-unila . ro-vI eonun kulon. n.nnot R a nARii:rit. ire Mci-niiien nil's. f WIIITK MKX -Active, tu clean windows anu help at oilier work: J1.30 to J2 per .la; Ap plv tcfrre S a. in or aftir I p. tu. ELLIOT HU0 U t. X. TV. 1 MKX WANTKD Supply less than denian our jraduaies fill best paying position. spe t "ur cla-ruoru an-3 .wnvlnce jrs-l that our course Is tho-tgh and cnr m upei-Ial rten fof Ma. At'TOMCUUM HNUINUEKIXC CCLLlXliS. rVB UM : AV Phone X. IT. I '