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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1015. 18 wmmmm,mwwmmwm i''' MWMW M M "" ""TTT- I LOCAL AND N. Y. FINANCIAL NEWS EPISCOPALIANS END TRADING IS NORMAL E XCHANGE HERE Washington Railway and Elec tric Common Is Most Active Stock. Trading was normal on the Wnah lngton Stock Exchange today, W'nsh Initton Railway and lCloctrlc common being tho moat active stock. A total of 113 shares of this stock changed hands at 92, an advince or i point over the last salo. The stock was taken at this figure as fast as It was oltered and closed with 1)J bid and the lowest offering 1)4. Tho preferred stock was also traded In, 27 shares being bought at 84. Capital Traction stock was bid up from 90V4 to 97V4. 23 shares being nold at tho latter figure, and closed with SPA bid, offered at 72&. One hundred shares of Columbia Title and insurance Company stock sold for 64, and an odd lot of 3 shares was bought at tho same figure. This Is the same price as tho last salo. Odd lots of MergenthRler Linotype Com pany stock sold at 1F5, a total of 20 shares being disposed or. Potomac Electric Company Consoli dated 5's enjoyed good demand, a total of $8,000 worth being sold at 100V4. Tho only other bond salo was J1.000 Capital Traction 6's at 105, after call. New York Stocks. NEWS AND GOSSIP OF CAPITAL SOCIETY (Continued from Eleventh Page.) th counselor of the Argentine embassy and Mme. do Qulntana, colonel Wilder, Capt. and Mrs. Mark Bristol, Miss Pat ten. Mrs. Rodgers, Mrs. McCallum, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Roosevelt. Mrs. Evans, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Westcott, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Sweeney, Capt. and Mrs. Theo--dore J. Baldwin, Jr.; Mrs. Wallace Ran kin, Hugo de Pena, secretary of the le gation of Uruguay; Miss Manuela de Pena, Carlos Acuna, seoretary of the Argentine embassy; Rene penardo Fer nandez, secretary to Mr. Hale Pearson; Mr. Racedo, secretary of the Argentine embassy; Major and Mrs. Russell, Miss Harriman, Major and Mrs. Duncan, Miss Clover. Miss Beatrice Clover, Miss Elizabeth. Wiley, Lieutenant Commander Jackson, Captain Breckenrldge, Captain Wlrgman, and Caledenos Salazar. Mr. and Mrs. Christian Hemmlck will entertain at dinner tomorrow evening In complment to his Serene Highness the Maharaja of Kapurthala and the Maha ranee. There will bo twelve guests and the dinner will bo followed by a recep tion with music to which a number of distinguished folk have been Invited. Toung Women's Hebrew Asso ciation will give an Informal enter tainment and dance at the club house, J880 Tenth street, on Sunday, May 23, 1 at 7:80 o'clock. Those who will par ticipate In the program are Miss Sadie Atlas, who will sing, and Louis Rosen thal, who will play the violin. David Davis will furnish the rmiBto for dan cln. -- Quotations furnished by W. K. Hlbha A Co.. members of New Tork Stock Exchange. Hlbb. Building. 1:0 Yeg High. Low. p.m. Close. Alaska Gold MV4 31 85MI 85 Amal. Copper 66Vi 66H 66Vi I 66H Am. BeetSug.. com... 4SW 44H 4 I 44M American Can S4H S8V4 84 I 83J4 Am.. C. & F. ... B2H B1V, 62 I 61V4 Am. Cotton Oil 45V4 45H 46H I 46 Am. Locomotive 46H 44 48 I 44M Am. Ice Seo 30 30 30 I SM Am. Smolt'ng 66V4 tbV, 65H I 65W Am. Tel. & Tel 118 118 118 I 118 Anaconda 31 3M 31 I 31W Atchison 9tt 99 89WI 98 Atlantic Coast Line. ..105 105 105 1105 Bait. & Ohio 73 72H 78 I 72V, Bait. & Ohlu PM....70 70 70 I Bethlehem Steel 143 189 141 I 139 B. F. Goodrich 43 42 42 I 42 Brook. Rpd. Trane... 86 86 88 I 88 California Petrol 19 19 19 I California Pet. Dfd...37 37 87 37 ronnrtlo PAr.ino 160 169 159 I 158 Central Leather 86 86 86 I 36 Central Leather, pfdl02 lMVi 102 Ches. & Ohio 41 39 39 I 40 Chi. Con. Copper 48 42 43 I 42 Chi. G. W.. pfd 29 29 29 I 29 C. M. & St, P 90 89 90 89V4 Chicago & N. W 126 128 126 Col., Fuel Iron 27 28 I 26 Con. Gas 123 128 123 1123 Corn Product 18 13V4 18 13 Distiller Seo 15 14 16 r-. 26 25 25l 25 Erie, 1st pfd 40 40 40 89 General Electric. 151 151 161 150 General Motors Co.... 185 185 136 188 Great North. Ore 82 31 32 81 Great North., pfd.... 117 117 11T "TV. Inter. Metropolitan. . 21 20 20 I 20 !.,.,. MAt. nfd 70 70 70 I Inter'al-Harvester... 93 91 91 Insplr. Con. Cop. ... 29 29 29 29 Lehigh Valley 142 141 141 141 Louis. & Nosh 116 116 116 1115 M.. K. & T U "Vi 12l 12 Mex. Petrol 69 67 69 I 68 Miami Copper 24 24 24 I 24 Mlnurl Paclflo 18 12 12 I 18 National Lead 60 68 69 I 68 Nev. Con. Cop 14 14 14 I 14 N. Y., N. H. H. . . . 63 62 62 1 62 North. Paclflo 106 104 104 I 106 N. Y., O. & W 28 28 28 I 28 Pacific Mall 21 21 21 I Penn. Railroad 107 106 106 1 107 Press. S. Car, com.... 46 44 44 I 44 Ray Con. Cop 23 23 28 I 22 Rwy. S. Sprgs., com.. 80 SO 80 I 29 Rep. Iron & Steel 7 27 27 I 28 Rep. I. & 8., pfd 85 84 65 I Reading 144 143 143 I 143 Rumley 6 6 5 I 6 Rock Island, pfd I B. L. & S. F. 2d 6 6 I South. Pacific 88 87 87 I 87 South. Ry.. pfd 60 60 60 I Third Aw. R, R 60 60 60 I 50 Tnn. Copper 84 84 34 I 83 Union Paclflo 125 124 124 1 124 U. S. Rubber 62 61 61 I 61 U. S. Steel 63 63 63 I 52 U. S. Steel, pfd 103 106 106 1 106 Utah Copper 64 64 C4 I 6 Wabash com l Wabash, pfd l West. Maryland 24 24 24 I West. U. Teles; 67 66 66 West Electric 92 89 92 I EW I T. MOR E ACTIVE TODAY Prices Generally Firm, While Substantail Gains Are Made in Industrials. NEW YORK. May 21. Tho market was more active thiB jnornlng than for several days past, prices being generally Arm, and substantial gains being record ed by some of tho Industrials, while some of tho rallers gained from a point to a point and a half. Bethlehem Steel was tho leader again today, selling up to 143 with a gain of 5 points, The stock later sold off to 141. Crucible Steel was another strong feature today showing a four-point gain at 28. American Beet Sugar was 3 points to the good at 89, Westlnghouse Electric gained 2 points. National Lead two, and American Locomotive two. Steel Common was strong, sell ng up to 63 with a gain of of a point. Canadian Pacific was strongest of the railroad stocks, selling up to 160 with a net gain of 1 points. Reading gained 1 points early In tho day at 144, but weakoned later, and sold down to 143. Lehigh Valley was 1 pojnt ahead at 142, Southern Pacific had gained ; of a point at 88, Union Pacific was firm around 84, and Atchison was of a point ahead of yesterday's "losing fig ures at 99. , , , , . , Chesapeake ana unio ana iwc jbiuhu were both weak again today, the former falling to 39 with a loss of or a point, and the latter losing a point. ALEXANDRIA MEETING Warrenton Selected as Scene of Next Year's Conference of Virginia Council. ALEXANDRIA, May 21,-Aftcr ap pointing committees and selecting War renton as the scene of next year's meet ing, tho council of tho Protestant Epis copal Church of Virginia, completed Its work today and adjourned. Many of tho clergy and lay delegates left for their homes last night. A sermon was preached by tho Rev. Thomas Hubert Jonos, of Richmond, to day. The report on the "Evory Mem ber" canvass was given. A meotlng was held last night In the Interest of missions. Addresses were made by the Rev. G. F. C Bratenahl, of Washington, and David H. Brown, of Richmond. illed jTHtptday In Washington, will be hold Sunday at 3 o'cloek from Whcat lej's iinUn taking parlors here A .May ball was given last night by Alexandria Lodge of Elks. An entertainment was given Inst night In St Mary's Hall by Council No. 64, Daughters of Isabella. HYATTSVILLE. A Jury In tho circuit court has allowed Hyattsviiio $25 damages In tho condem nation proceedings between the corpo ration and the Washington, West minister nnd Gettysburg railroad, In connection with tho railroad's crossing at Columbia avenue. laoy -In" "Walling," WIMrca" Gray: Ring, Henry Hhobackj queen. Susan Kyticr; prince, Charles Anderson; herald, Wal ter Constantino; pane. Gordon Vollln hofcr: soldiers, Harry Fralnhow. Maurice Brown, Levy Fleshman and fcarl Abigail. Those who took part In 'Susan's Finish " were Gertrude Con stantino, Rose I'anrow, Roslo Watson, Ruth Anderson, Louise Heller and Dora Keane. An order was entered In the corpo ration court today by Judgo L. C. Bar lev authorizing the trustees of the Methodist Protestant Church to sell tho parsonago at 205 North Columbus Btreet and to apply tho proceeds to tho pay ment of the debt of tho church. Hubert M. Cave, a retired soldier, who lived on the Fort Myer reserva tion, died yesterday. His funeral wb held today In Arlington Cemetery. The dairy maids' convention for the benefit of tho Home for the Aged will open Its session tonlpht at 8 o'clock In the Westminster building. Funeral Bervldes for George R. Grif fin, a former resident of this city, who Mrs. Lee Mnlsel, of Hughesvllle, has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W llllam T. Casey. Mrs. Charles Ernst Stelnmeyer, who has been seriously 111 at her home In lllvcrdalo Is now convalescent. Mrs May Plummer has returned to her home In Woshlngton after a visit with tho Rov. and Mrs. F. E. McManus at Upper Marlboro. Tho board of county school commis sioners has Bet the following dates for the commencement exercises for tho varlou high schools In the county: Hurratsvillc, June 15; Baden, June 16; Marlboro, June 17; Hyattsviiio. June 17, and Laurel. June 18. A largo oudlenco was present at the Hladengburg town hall last night to wit ness two plays given by the pupils of the Uladensburg public school. The Pupils In the room taught by Miss Caro llno Duckett presented '"Cinderella," and to fact that all who took part were under ten vears of ace made It tho more Interesting. The pupils taught by me Principal, Clircord L. Johnson, gave the comedv sketch. "Susan's Finish." A great deal of tho credit for the success was given by Mr. Johnson to two pa trons of tne scnooj, .Mrs. Airred U Bailey and Mrs Bert Rowe. who de voted much of their time In training tho children 'J noso who took part In "Cinderella" were; "Cinderella' Helen Rowe; first lady In waiting, Helen Luve; second Tho RIverdalo grango held a "flvo hundrod" party In tho RIverdalo town hall, the proceeds to be used In the pur chapo of necessary paraphornalla for tho grange. Tho committee In charge of the enterprise was composed of Mrs. O. Kllngor, chairman, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hall, Miss Nellie LyOn, Miss Susie Campbell, Mrs. George Montgomery, Mrs. J. G. Gray, Mrs. Charles Dunlap, and Arthur Campbell. Those winning prizes were Mrs. O'Toolo. Mrs. O. i-...iger, Mrs. M. Breen, William Dono van. Frank A. Jones. Mr. nnd Mrs. itolbctanz George A. Meyer, Mrs. H.E. ivewis, .miss uenil, Mrs. F. A. Jones, Herman E. Burgess nnd F. A. Jones. ANACOSTIA. Salem Lodge, No. 22, I. O. O. F., met lust night at Masonic Hall. Anthony Krouth, noble grand, was In charge. Tho question of organizing a Rebecca branch was discussed. City Directories Held To Be Reference Works nltv directories are works of ref erence within the. meaning of tho law, according to n decision by Comptroller nf Um Trnnnlirv DnwnnV tnrinv TV, Comptroller held that directories could nc oouKJii ! uiu uuicau ui mines ?Am an nnnrnnrlfitlnn limit n1 tr ma for purchaao of reference volumes. DIVIDEND NOTICE MEIIGENTHAI.EH. LINOTVPI3 CO., Hw York. May 18, tlg A regular quarterly dividend of 2 per cent on the capital itock of Mrrgenthaler Llnotypa Company will be paid on June 30, ms, to the tockholdera of record as they appear at th clous of butlnena on June 6, 1915. The trans fer books will not be clcted. FnED'K J. WAItnURTON. Treaiurer. FINANCIAL Commander Charles J. P. Weber, of Nelson A. Miles Camp, No. 1, Spanish War Veterans, has received acknowl edgements to several of tho Invitations f"r the memorial exercises at tho Gov ernment Hospital for the Insane on May 30. Arrangements are being made by tho congregation of the Forestvllle Roman Catholic Church for a May festival on Blrkle's Lawn. Sultland, on Ma-v 31. Mrs. Nathan B. Healy entertained friends Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. E. M. Hall, Mrs. Gertrude Smith, Mrs. T. L. Moore, Mrs. W. W. Tolson and Mrs. Madge Kcene were present. Tho committee of the Anacostla Citi zens' Association appointed to devise means to raise funds will present a number of schemes at the next meeting. Wholesale Produce Market EQOa Nearoy, freah. lHo per don: Southern. lc per doien. CHEESE-New York, new, ISo per lb.) flat, lie per lb. BUTTER Elgin print, 2Ho per lb.; tub. 2V4o per lb.; process, 242fcc per lb. LJVH POULTRY Hens. 16Hc per lb.; roosters, lie per lb.; chickens, S232SC per lb.; live turkeys. US15C Per ID.; spring cmokens, 2&230c per lb. L,I 66 89H Bonds. Personals 'Mr, and Mrs. Perry Belmont were members of a prominent group trbJqh witnessed the Inauguration of the Westchester Racing Association's ae&son at Bolmont Park yesterday. I with them were Mr. and Mrs. August Belmont, Mr. and Mrs. John Sanford. Mr. and Mrs. F. Egorton Webb. Miss Anna Sand. a, Mr. and Mrs. William Goadhy Loew, and Robert Perkins. t'tra. Belmont wore a smart black und white silk gown. In large chcokrf, with a ooat-llko tunic of uftramarlno Silk. Her hat was black and was trimmed with small black tufts. Miss Christina Boggs, of Perth Am- hoy. N. J Is the guest of Miss Alloe Shepard at her residence In Eighteenth street and will remain until Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Beale R. Howard left Washington last evening for a fort nUrht'a visit to Hot Springs. MIsb Margaret Howard, who has been In Baltimore for tho past week at a delegate to the annual convention of charities and correction, has re turned to Washington. The Assistant Attorney General. Sam uel J. Graham, mado an address be fore a distinguished gathering of Penn sylvania Democrats at a banquet In Lancaster last evening. - Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Waggaman have visiting them Mrs. David Hawley, Jr.. and Mrs. Lawrence Robblns, both of Cleveland, Ohio. D. JurgenBen, Prof. 8. Monroe, and B, KJarsgaard, of Copenhagen, who have been touring the United States, arrived at the New Wlllard yesterday for a short stay. -.J.Mrs. Richard Calvert, of South Caro lina, has arrived In Washington to be the guest of her father and sister. MaJ. Gen. Georgo W. Davis. V S. A., re tired, nnd Miss El'.se Davis, at their apartment In tho Connecticut. Brig. Gen. nnd Mrs. Ell D. Hoyle, who aro staying with Mr. and Mrs. Ord Preston, came to Washington to be with their daughter. Mrs. John Herr. who is a patient at the Walter Reed Hos pital. Mr. and Mrs. Preston and their chil dren will leave town on June 1 for the Pacific coast, where they will Join Mrs. Preston's parents, MaJ Oen. nnd Mrs. Arthur Murray, nt Snn Francisco Vice Consul Ambrose Ghertnl, of Rus sia, who Is stationed nt San Francisco, is at tho New wlllard for a short stay H. L. Plotrowskl, of Russia. Is also nt tho New Wlllard. Mr. and Mrs. Chailes C Ross and their son, Charles Ross. Jr.. and Miss Lillian Titus, of Auburn. N. Y , motored to Washington. Mr nnd Mrs Ross' daughter Is attending one of the local eemlnarles and will Rrnduato this week They aro guests at the Hotel Powhatan. - - Mrs. Vincent Kerens arrived at the Ehoreham yesterday fiom Atlantic City, where she hns been spending the great er part of the wlntor with Mr. Kerens and their children. Other recent arrivals nt tho Shorehma are Mrs. William O Warden and Mrs William J. Strawbrlilge. of Phl'adel phla; Henry Garfield and James A Garfield, of Cleveland. Mr. and Mrs M. B. Whitney, of Detroit, and John husBcll Pope, of New York 1:10 Yes. High. tow. p.m Close Am.T.AT.cvt tH'. . . 100H 100H 100H I lOOVi Brooklyn R. T. B'a....89V4 Wtt 99H I 99 C. R. I. & P. 6'S .... 49 49 49 I 49 C, B. 4 Q. Jt. 4'8. . . KH S6Ti 98 I 96 North. Paclflo S's 63H 63U 63H I 63 North. Paclflo 4' 91H 91H 91H I 91 N. T. Ryw. Co. 6.. 60H 60 60 I 60 Reading 4's 93 93 93 I 93 So. Pao. Con. 4's....81 81 81 I 61 W So. Pac. Con. 6'a.... 99 99 99 I 99 Southern Ry. 6's 99U 99H 99HI 98H Union Pac. 4' 89H 89 89 I 90 U. a Steel 2d 6'a...l01U 101 101 I lOHi ,IVE STOCK Veal calves, best. !94c per lb., heay. Pc per lb.; fat sheep. 4V43&C per lb., spring lamba. loVMlllc per IB. VEGETABLES (Quotations rurnlshed br Taylor Wade) Potatoes. Jl.M per barrel, onions, $1 per bu.; WOO per sack, cabbage. 1 60 per crate; lettuce, $1 00 per basket, beets. II per 100 bunches. Lambs In light receipt, market steady H.HBY. I'lUUK & -U. Local Bond Market. GOVERNMENT BONDS. Bid. Asked U. 8. Reg. 3's 9T4 V.i U. a Coupon Tb 96 ... U. S. Reg. Fs 100H ... U. 8. Coupon 8's 100 ... U. 6. Reg. 4's 1C8T4 U. S. Coupon 4's 109 D. C. 8.65's KEH GA8 BONDS. Geo. Gas Cert. Ind. 6's 100 Georgetown Gas 6's 100 Wash. Gas. 6's 104 CoL Gas. & Eleo. 5' 71 RAILROAD BONDS. Capital Traction R. R. 6's.... 104V4 Ana. Pot. Guar. 6's 100 Anacostla & Potomac 6's 98V4 City & Surburban 6's 101H Metropolitan R. R. 6's 103 Wash. Ry. & Elec. 4's 82 Wash. Alex. & Mt. V. 6's MISCELLANEOUS BONDS. Potomac Elec. Cons. 5's 100 Potomac Elec. Lt. 5's 104 C. & p. Telephone 6's 103 ioi 105 105 101 99V4 S2M 88 101 104 89 93 90 95 95 95 Amer. Tel. & Tel. 4's Amor. Tel. & Tel. 4Vi'b...., D. C. Paper Mfg. 5's Wash. Market 5's, 19Z7..., Wash. Market 6's, 1947..., W. M. Cold Storage 5's. N. & W. Steamboat 5's 103 Rlggs Realty 5's (long) 10U4 Rlggs Realty 6'b (short) 100 PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS. Capital Traction 97H Wash. Ry. & Elec. Com 92 Wash. Ry. & Elec. pfd S4V4 Wash Va. Ry. pfd Washington Gas 72 Amer. Telga. & Telga 118 TYPE MACHINE STOCKS. Mergenthaler Linotype 1X6 Lanston Monotjpe 60 MINING STOCK. Greenc-Cananea 27 NATIONAL BANK STOCKS. American Nat Bank 150 Chpltal Nat. Bank 200 Columbia Nat. Bank Commercial Nat. Bank 191 District Nat. Bank 135 Farm & Mech. Nat. Bank.... 2-iJ Federal Nat Bank 13S I lncoln Nat. Bank ico Mi'tropollttan Nat. Bank .... 193 Nat Bank of Washington Today's Sales. Potomac Electric Consolidated 5's, Jl.OOOSlOOVt. H.OOO'iriOOtt. Jl.OOOflOOH, Jl.OOOlOOH. Jl.OCHMrlOOU,. Jl.OOOlOHi, jl.oxvsioOH. JLOongiooH. Capital Traction, 2G97. 2-997, 2&397Vi. Washington Railway com.. 25892. 25-3 92. 592. 8fl92. 25'392, 25fi92. Washington Railway pf.. 2G94tt. 25?? 344. Mergenthaler, 381S5, 2-31S5, 6(3185. 10 IRS. Columbia Title and Insurance, lOOSe1-;. After call Capital Traction 6's, Jl.OOOft 105. Columbia Title and Insurance Com pany, 3Q&j . FOREIGN EXCHANOE HITS RECORD LOWS Further Engagements of Gold Fail to Save Rates From Sink ing Spell. NEW YORK, May 21. A condition ap proaching demoralization developed yes terday In tho foreign exchange market, when sight drafts on London reached the lowest closing price ever reported In the history of International finance, and francs moved to a point which estab lished also a new low levol In the rec ords of American banking. Exchange on other countries was like wise weak, particularly rates on Italy, which were quoted only slightly abave the cheapest figures ever known. Declining quotations in foreign ex change accompanied announcements of furtherd engagements of gold for snlp ment to this country. The Bank of England released $2,500,000 for transfer to the United States from Its Canadian reserve, the International Banking Cor poration engaged $1,000,000 In Yokohama for export to New York, nnd lt was sbld In banking clrclos that additional ship ments of the metal wero under negotia tion. Sight drafts on Iondon closed at $4.78Vi on the pound sterling. CONGRESS HEIGHTS. The new system of mall delivery and oolloctlon here Is caudlng much com ment, and efforts are being made to have a change made for the better. Ire reduction In tho number of collections has caused delays In cutgolng mall reaching; Its destination. The delivery has also been greatly reduced, ko that the citizens feel tnat they are on a rural basis. A special committee of tho citizens' association Is looking after tho matter with the postofflec officials. Wii unlwlr 102 103 in 97H 94 S6 68 73 186 70 170 255 210 197 230 Official Typewriter Panama-Pacific International Exposition REMINGTON Pre-eminent since the original writing machine, a Remington Typewriter, was shown at the Philadelphia Centennial Exposition. Plfj Funeral services for William M. How ard, who died here Wednesday, were held todav from the residence. Inter ment was in Congressional Cemetery. President W W Price, of the Public Improvement Association, will announce the standing committees at the next meeting. Work on the new Baptist church will begin within the next few days under the supervision of the building commit tee, of which C. F. Purdy Is the chair man. The work of moving the pretent portable structure will also be done shortly Daniel C French chairman of the Commission of Fine Arts and Frederick fjiii. Dltnated Thomnn Ifnxtlncr Pnsi Ollbort and Edviln ninshflnlri nkn'Munh Trans & Storage. 106 members of the commission, are at the Security Storage 188 WUlard for a short stay wasmngion Mantel uvt TRl'ST COMPANY STOCKS. American Sec A Trust ;a -jwi Nat Savings & Trust 2J3 2S0 Vnlon Trust no Wusli Loan t- Trust J3i Continental Trust .. . nfiij jjq SAVINGS BANK STOCKS. Horn? Saving 376 Bank of Com & Sav 12 East Wash. Sav. Bank 12 FIRE INSURANCE STOCKS. Corcoran Fire Insurance si Fliemen's Fire Insurance IS Ger Amer Fire Ins 253 Nat I'nlon Fire Ins 6 t TITLE INSURANCE STOCKS. Columbia Title Insurance.. . 6 MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS. Chapln Sacks 175 D. C. Paper Mfg. Co 110 Grapho. com . . 70 Grunho pfd ... S3 230 ";4 S7 210 GRANT! GRANT! GRANT! $820 WASHINGTON " 'Sixes' vs. 'Fours' " Through sheer merit the "six" has conquered. Practically cer well known company this year building a car of $1,250, or over, builds "Sixes." Is lt possible that all of these admittedly successful companies are wrong' Isn't It logical to sup pose that the majorltj Is right- Drivers of "Sixes" will tell ou that there Is something Inherent !n a "Six" that makes It better than a "four," Just as there Is something Inheient in a thoroiiKh Sbred that makes him better than a horse of common blood Zell Motor Car Company, 1405 H Sjt. A RECORD BASED ON QUALITY The Remington is the Recognized Leader Among Typewriters. PROGRESSIVENESS Every Recent Typewriter Im provement is a Remington Improvement. COMPLETENESS Machines for All Uses. Machines for All Users. There Is a Remington That Exactly Fits YOUR Needs Remington Typewriter Company Incorporated 1340 New York Avenue N.W., Washington, D. C Telephone Main 336 $405 WU1 Buy a FIRST MORT GAGE $500 Bond Paying 6. This 'bond Is being purchased for Investment by local bankers. Take advantage of present rice. Write for details. F. R. DORR, 733 15th St., Washington. The Safest Investments Are those tbmt do cot fluctuate during dis turbed conditions of the moner or stock rosr kete. First deed of trust notes (first moru easts), well secured on real estate In tbe District of Columbia, constitute "fllt-edce" Investments. They do not depend upon the financial responsibility of Individuals or cor porations for their stability, and are exempt from taxation aa personal property. We can supply such Investments In amounts from S0O upward. Bend for booklet "Concerning Loans and Investments." SWARTZELL, RHEEM & HENSEY CO.. IT7 18TH STREET N. W. N. L Carpenter & Co. llMin Of nee, 17 William Street. N. Y. MK3IUCUS btock New Code Tork Exchanre. Chicago Board el Trade. New Tork Product Xxchanie. of the Urerveet New Terk ExcbaoKe. New York Cotton Exchance. New Orleans Cotton Exchance. Associate Members Cotton Association. Private Wire With All Principal CItlea. HERBERT H. BROWN. Manner, Woodward Dulldlns;, 15th A II SU. .V. W. 5 and 6 MONEY To loan on I), C. REAL ESTATK. JfiKae L. 1IEISKEI.L. 1403 II St. N. W. llS ! '' .. W. B. fifths & Co. I Hibbc Building -- f New Tork Stock Exchange. ... J New Tork Cotton Exchange. uemDers -i cj,,,., BoBrd fat Trade. I Washington Stock Exchenra, -- LOCAL STOCKS Bought and sold on same favorable terms as we offer (or tradlnc In New Tork stocks and bonds. .!.''' ' ' N..ii ' i MOVING, PACKING. STORAGE STORAGE Low rates for the summer months. Moving, packing and shipping Estimates LITTLEriELD. ALVORD & CO.. Th. West 737 Branch Office, KM Pa. ave. N W. ""I- I"II" III"I"Ii" SAFETY FIRST! Absolutely Fireproof Storage IUNITED STATES STORAGE CO.: 418-420 10 St. N.W. Phone M. 422t Private Ilooma. S2 Per Mo. und up Moving Packing Shipping -H-l K"H-I":-M-I-I"W"i H8SIC89 Fireproof Storage JLT Estimates Furnished. Merchants' Transfer & Storage Co. K0-:i E STREET N. W. BTORAOE tl per month per load In dry, airy warehouses; packing, moving, shipping Conn Storage and Exp Co.. 608 H no. L.2S2J. MONEY! MONEY! MONEY 1 Advanced on storage. UNITED TRANSFER AND STORAGE CO . 8th and D sts. nw. Ph. U. 306. Estimates on Packing and Shipping. I'l'IrU'i'i'J" yfl MiaHWA.75SBg5V!gi'ij'l.t.5kUtJwi. piio.m; main iois When moving to Philadelphia, Baltimore, or nearby points, let our Motor Vans qulokly and carefully transfer your belongings. CIt, hauling, and S a an load. Storage. 83 r an load. Packing and shlppUf. r ... 1 , . I ! II. I III . - ' ' HII EEPARATE STORAGE rooms or storage tj$ the load; moving, packing, and sbipplw. THOS DOWLINO & CO.. 6U B st. N. J. Phone Main E15 EXPERT PIANO MOVERS Piano. 12 50; furniture. 12 50, auto delivery. Phone N 633. Estimate cheerfully gHen , BRANSON & CO. 1818 4TH ST .N W. Washington, Baltimore, and Sub urban moving Northeast Express ff&T g"y company, lUUd ri at. IN. t. rn. Lin. ou. f gjgrMbu&KCwi MOVING iunni:n ANS Li Kl l.MMIED. Phone M :n0 .011 KRIEG'S EXPRESS, IKS H Streel N W PTOHAUB PACKING ANl SHIPPINO tlUhAub II inp. hauled In free il e as. coniiaj our prlcts tu other estimates cbertull given, central location, dry clean storage rooms, open for Inspection at an time, IL llaum V. Son. IU Pa. ave. U Uii.