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TITE WASHINGTON TIMES. TUESDAY. NQMftmER 23. 1015. GOSSIP LOCAL AND N. Y. FINANCIAL NEWS ITESAND AUSTRIAN PROTEST COURT-MARTIAL LAW OF CAPITAL SOCIETY Mkny Entertainments Are Planned by the Leaders of Society in Washington. Gossip of Hostesses. (Continued from Page Nine.) Mpedally catchy verses, rivaling much Of the beat heard In thn popular .New York successes. As In their diatom, Urn tub bu sent out Invitation to a larcei number of Hits fnntrnns r local society to act ui patronesses Ono of the IntercntliiK events of this evening will bo a mnnqucrudo dance at Bannockburn Uolt Club. Baron fichroedcr, who hns been at tho Hot Springs. Va , for several week, left thcro yesterday to motor to Wnsh infton to make a short Htu, en route to New York. lira Totter Palmer it at the Wnldorf Aitorla on her way to l'lorlda. where Khe will pass the winter. Providence Hospital took on tho ap jxtaranco of n diplomatic reception es ierday afternoon, when thn annual linen shower tea was ulven for tho In aUtutlon. Those who nsidsted were Senora do Hlano, wife of tho Spanish, ambassador. Mmo. do Pezot, wife of the Permian minister, Senora do I'ena, wife of tho Ouatemalan minister, Mrs. Edward Doutflus White, wife of the Chief Justlcu of the Supreme Court, ZIib. Ashurst, wife of the Senator from Arizona, and Senora do Calderon, wlfo of tho liollvlati minister C. A. Hammctt In spending a few daj at fho Chirleltse Hotel, In New York. 5 . Among the prominent people at thu opera In Now York last night were Mr. and Mrs Nicholas Lonirvvorth. Jr., Col. and Mrs. Theodore Koosoclt, and Mr. and Mrs Pcrrj Itelmont - Mrs. Richard llarluu will entertain informal!) at dinner thli evening In compliment to Mls Lllz.ibeth lindon. of Indianapolis, who It spending thu day and night with Miss Catherine liar low. Later she will take her guests to the theater. Mrs Harlow has selected 1'rlday as tho date of the luncheon, which "dio will gle for Miss Alexandra Hwlng and her (lance, New bold Noes There will be twenty-two guests. Including the members of tho widdlng party which will attend Miss Kwlng and Ml Noes on their manlagc Siturda A dinner and danco ror young people will follow tho tea, which Mrs Hal low will glc on the afternoon of De centner 2n. to present her daughter Hear Admiral A r I'echteler. com mander of the seiond division of the Atlantlr Meet, has gone to Newport to spend TliiiiikKtlng with his family He will go back to New York, accom panied l5 his daughter. Mini Margaret Fechteler, for the Anns ai-l Naw foot ball game. -- Mrs John Jny nlte has returned to Washington nfter spending several dayi In New York, where she attomUd tho conference of the Woman'i Peace Party. Miss Elizabeth Mattesnn will b hostess at an Informal supper part this eenlng In honor of Miss 1'lizahcth Bowjer Garland and Oeorge Wharton Kdwards. whose marriage will take plare tomorrow owning Last evening Mils Luther Whiting, daughter of Mrs A A I'eilerwold. en tertained for Mis Garland and her fiance. Her guests wue MIk Mat teson, Miss Mnry Truxlun Garland. Miss Dorothy llollbrook. J t Wlnslow, of Ilethlehem, Pa Lieut Prank Craen, I' S " , Ituynioiid Hell and Carlisle Whiting. .;. The date of the first of the 1'rlday fwenlmr dances arranged bv Miss Julia Wood nas been clmnged from Janu- ary 1 to January II Tin re will he I twelve of theio dances, and thej will toko place at the Wlllard Hotel wcX ly during the season Mrs Jonei, wife of ("apt '"larencn I Jones, V. S A. was hostess at a tea rianco estcnla afternoon In the Ad ministration building, with Mrs Chirles Mortimer, wife of Captain Mortimer of FOrt Mer. nnd her daughter. Mrs John J. Kingman, wife of Ciptaln Kingman, on duty at Washington Dar racks, as the hnjieu guests Yellow anil white chrscantlieniums and autumn leaves formed the ileioratlons Mrs Manns McClnilie v , Mrs lllrharrt Cnko Burleson and Mrs Philip I Thurbcr presided at the te i table John Jov Kdsnn, who Is lsltlng hli son and daughtei -In-law. 1r. and Mrs John Jov Pdson at their home at fiewlcklev. Pa . made an address In Pittsburgh last cnlng on "Prison He form " 4. Hear Admiral anil Mrs William S Benson, V S N. will go to New ork to attend the Army and Naw mini" Baturdav. and will haw n their gueit Mrs. W. P. W-.se, of lialtlmnre count. Md In S'ew York Admlril and Mis Ttenson will he iolned bv their son, Mldshlpm-in Krone lie yse llenson, who will spend the night with them Mrs Ilenson's molhei Mrs Prancls O Vyse. widow of Colonel Wse, i S I A . has arrived In Washington and will pass tho winter with dmlral and Mrs Benson nt the Wyoming .;. Dr. and Mr I! It Logle entertained at luncheon at the shoreham t ester day, when their guests were Tudgo and Mm Henry Pi Ohorgo Tucker who have come up from their nlace In Vir ginia for a short lslt Mm Samuel Jlenry Dickson, wife of Mrdh-al Ill rector Dickson, 1 N , retired, and , Prof, and Mrs Church - -The marriage of Miss Itertha P Rid dle, daughter of Mr nnd Mrs Altiheus1 Riddle, to Clavton (' Vermillion took i placo last eenlng at the home of the. i brine. The eeremonv which wns m r formed at 8 30 o'clock hv the Hev Hugh Btevenson In the presence of tho rela tives of the brldo and bridegroom was followed by a large reception White chrysanthemums with palms and au tumn leaves, formed the decorations In the drawing room win re the m irrlnho ervlce was read, and nlnk rosis and chrysanthemums were used In tho re ception hall and the dlnlnc room Ttlo brldo wore a gown of radium lace trail t over bridal satin with a long court train She wore a pearl necklace tho gift of the bridegroom and carried n shower of Hrldo roses and IIIIcb of the valley, Mrs Clara Ingram, as matron of honor, wore a gown of nlnk sntm and cream lace and carried pink roses IIs Esther Hell the maid of honor wore a gown of nlnk chiffon nnd blue taffeta, and carried nlnk roses Th- flower girls were Helen Hums. In white net over pink silk nnd Fredertca Ponneley, In point rt esprit over pink silk. Each carried a dalntv basket of flowers. Mrs Hlddle the mother of the bride, received In a hnndsomo gown of black spangled net l.ater Mr and Mrs Vermillion left for a wedding trln to New York. Mrs Vermillion wearing a smart gown of bluo panne volet, with trimmings of gold lace, vvPh b- to match, and teal furs The house guests for the wedding were Mrs Angelica Nauton. of Sannnah (la Mrs James Hamilton, of lialtlmnre and Miss Han nah Greenwood, of Baltimore. .;- Monalgnor Mackln was the officiating lingmnn at tho marriage of Miss ltuth TO TEST TAX BIGHT Judge Norton Retained With Corporation Attorney in Case Affecting Territory. ALn.VANDHIA. Nov. 23. The finance committee of cltv council haa retained Judgo J. K. M. Norton to net with Cor poration Attorney Flshr to securo for the cltv the taxes for this year due on thi real i iliito In the territory recently n...nVMt .. II. ill. ..1....-I.... tt rnlln- iiiih-j -,i i iiii tit, iiuiien ii. hiii-i liun rnliinilHilnii.r nf rnv.nim Hub' agreed to place J presjerty on the rlo'a taxbooks nnd the proposed man damus proceedings against Commission er Callahan will bo rlropped Whllo Attnrnejs Norton and Fisher have not confirred, and tho plan of ac tion to bo taken by the rlty to test their rights has not been decided, tt is believed that a levy will be mado on n single piece of property In the now portion of the city, nnd In this way ha the, courts settlo the clt's right to collect the taxes. The taxes for tho car 1915 only are Involved, and the amount Is about J8.WT). After this enr tho taxes come to tho city without question. t Gardner I Hoothe, son of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Hoothe. was operated on estcrday for appendicitis by Drs. H H Moore and Hugh McGuIro Ills condition is regarded as favorable. Mrs Nellie 11 Edwards, wlfo of Caroll J. IMwnrds, died last night at her homo on North Washington street. She Is survived by her husband and several children. Peak, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Ixjuls It Peak, nnd James L Murray, of Grand llaplds, thli morning at BU Paul's Church. The decorations wero aitlstlcnlly curried out in palms, ferns, and clusters of white chrysanthemums Miss lY.incca Peak was maid of honor for her sister, and the bridesmaids were Miss Maiy Muria), nf Grand lUplds, sister of trie bridegroom, nnd Miss Ethel Shaffer, of this city. They wore flesh colored tulle frocks, with short bouffant skirts, rut In points, and hits of sliver tulle trimmed with orchid shades. Tho maid of honor's flowers were pink roses mid single violets and the other attendants carried sheaves of lavender chrsanthemums John Murray, Jr., of Grand Hapldi. thr bridegroom's broth er, was best man. and the ushers were another brother, Itohert Murruy, also of Grand Itnplds. Waller Yund, of Amster dam, N Y . Claude Clark and Newton Hrewer. of thls'clty The bride was given In marriage, by hei father Mic wore u white satin gown, with a tulle overdress, and the skirt made short In the prevailing moele The bodlee wan of tulle and a long train of the satin was hung from the waist line Her tulle veil was caught with a wieath ef mange blovsoms and she earrled a ihower bouquet of whlto orchids and lilies of the valley. Mr. and Mrs Jeihn Murruy. of Grand Itnplds, parents of the brielegrooiu, weie among the guests at the wedding The ceremony was fellewel by a lik fast at the IVak rcsidenee foi the mem bers of tho two families and wedding pait', after which Mr and Mrs Mur ray left Washington for their wedding trip, the lulde traveling In n moill-.li suit of black and white tweeel, with u small black velvet hat. l'hey will mako their homo In Grand Haplils GUARKflT E Continued from First Pago ) from the straight line of First street to Join the elevated section of the railway lines at about South Capitol nnd B hlie'ClS. When the House office building wa constructed there was considerable discussion as to whether or not the oflleea In the building would be dis turbed bv vibrations caused by train running through thn tunnel Expert engineer from New York nnd other pi-ice wer consulted and after care fill tests has been made It was decided mat me new hiiiidlng could rest di rectly on the tunnel without endan gering the building or the tunnel Special Concrete Span. Aftnr these fncts had been brought otu It wns decided, however, to tako no chances nnd a special concreto spoil was male over tho tunnel, aome "." "00 worth of concrete being used In the process anil a eoncreto wall that N in some' places twenty feet thli k being constructed The (omnia tlons of thl-e wall and of the entlree eastern foundation vv nil of the House ofllce building go down below tho foundntoliiH of the tunnel Itself nnd rest on bed rock When the Senate orilee Hullding wns constructed it was found lh it the east ern wall would lie twelve) fei t west of the tunnel While there was no iiuei llnn of spanning the tunnel at any joint anil at tin place Is the tunnel tnarer thin twelve feet from the foun dations of the building. It was decided in nine mo same steps as had been taken in tho case of the House Ofllro iiiinaing ana inn inundation walls wero sunk to bed rock, a. bit lower than the foundation of the tunnel. Library of Congress. The 1.1 lira r. of. Congress was con structed some time beforo the tunnel was built nnd because of the heavy character of the building Its founda tions were sunk to bed rock nlio. In the rase of this building, however, no liortlun of Its foundations are less than iwenty-uve lent, rrom the tunnel and most of tho Lulldlng rests on founda tions that lire forty feet from tho tun nel nnd aro fully protected by retain ing walls of concrete nnd a wide earth till An explosion or dWturbnncn In the tunnel from the I'nlon Station could not seriously dnmnge the House office building An explosion In the tunnel could not damage In any wn either tho Senate office building or tho Congressional Li brary Damage Not reared. These opinions wue given by officials of the otrice of Superintendent Wnodi of the Capitol today after duo consid eration nf any possible outnigo that might be committed In the tunnel for the put pose of Interfering with railway tiafflc between the North and the South Superintendent Woods Is not In the cltv at nreent. hut Chief Clerk Welch nnd several of the officials and engineers of tho office went over the mitter nf the construction of the only thiee Government buildings Involved nnd weie emphatic In their statements thet no d image could he done of any consequence to nny of the buildings. Please Your Good Trade -Mr (iroeer, by handling Miller's Self-Rising Hiickvvhent It's tho brand demanded by customers who want "the real thing" Your com petitors sell "MILLER 8" imi cnsHi'Miim i t'l'Liri) B. B. EARNSHAW & BRO. VV helcsale Orocevrs. 11th and U Sts a K. HALTS DISCUSSION OF Bars Put Up At State Depart ment Against Further Statements. BIELASKI SILENT ON TRIP Detective Will Not Admit He Visited Atlanta Sunday, As Reported. The Department of Justice today put up the bars against further dlscua elon by Government prosecuting of flclalB of tho bomb plot casea and conspiracies under Investigation Following tho protest of tho Aus trian embassy against tho publication of an official sta ement by the De partment of Justice speclllcally men tioning Austrian Consul General von Nuber at New York as one of the men under Investigation. Justice Depart ment officials today refuscil to ills cuss any of tho ponding Investiga tions. They wero Influenced to adopt this attitude of reticence, It Is said, b the Indicated displeasure of thei State Department over matters 111 connection with handling and dis cussing affairs involving Internation al relations. Attorney General Gregory went enrly to Cahlnet meeting without see ing newspaper men Assistant Attor ney General Warren, who Is In direct charge of the neutrality cases, seMit out word that he could not see news paper men today. A. Ilruco Hlelnskl, chief of the bureau of Investigation, refused to discuss tho report that h i made a Sunday trip to Atlanta with n view to visiting Gustav St.ihl, who Is held there Mr. Hlelnskl would not admit that he had been to Atlanta. No official of the elepartment woulel comment on the confession reported to have been made to Diitrlct Attorney Marshall yesterday bv Andrew D Me toy. who Is under Indictment In New York In n psssport cio ns e o-defend-nnt of Pranz nentelln Jfiiilrers at the department today weie mmled tn District Attorney Marsh ill for news of any confession that might have been made. Attorney General Gregory gave no hint nf his Intention to make an ex planntlon of the Issuance eif a state ment hv his department last Friday mentioning Von Huber. which drew a protest from the Vustrlan embassy This statement is said to hnve been I. sued without the knowledge of the At tornev General. It was Indicated that If anv expression of reirret were made to the Austrian government It would, probably come rrom tne tnte ncpsri ment nnd not from the Attorney Gen eral Turk Transport Sunk by Mine in Sea of Marmora LONDON. Nov 13 A Turkish trans port, cirry Ing r00 Otte man soldiers, has been sunk bv a mine In the Sea nf Marmora, according to n Central News dlpateh today from Ziirlrh Nearly nil on hoard were d'eiwned the dl'patch filed at Amsterdam stated. HYATTSVILLE. The Farmers' Co-operative Club of Laurel District entered upon Its sixth year with a meeting nt the home of Thorn is Mitchell near Cnntee A corn exhibit will be hell at the December meeting nf the club nt the home of N F Nicholson Herman P Millard was elected president The Hlverilnle Mothers' Club will hold a "mnsnurndn ridiculous" party In the town hull tomorrow night Cupt. nnel Mrs Will Chase, nf Rlver dale, have Issued Invitations to the mar riage of their daughter Marie Chase, to Leonard Welsh The ceremony will take place on Thanksgiving Day ROCKVILLE. Miss Lena Harbec Jones, daughter of Mr. anil Mrs. James II. Jones, of Oer mnntown, and Junius Page, of Aber deen, N c.t were married yesterday afternoon nt the home of the bride's parents, tho ceremony being performed by tho Rev. Charles II Waters, of llrlehtwood Alexander O Carlisle, chairman nnd treasurer of the Democratic State cen tral committee for this county, has filed with the clerk of the circuit court here a statement of the receipts and expen ditures of Ills committee during the re cent campaign The total reeelptj wero join, and the expenditures WIS 76 ANACOSTIA. A muslcnle was given Inst night In the parish hall of Hmmanuel Church under tho direction of Miss Alice Lesp lev. Tho Ladles' Aid Society of the Con grese Heights Catholic Church will hold an old-fnshloned Dutch, BUppcr In the town hall on tho evening of Novem ber "0 A rummage sale was strrtcd today In Good Hope ro.M bv the Sunday school clsss of Mrs H. F. Wood, of Pmmanuel Church. In raise funds for the Christ mas offering Spc!nl Thanksgiving programs will be hel in the Institutions In this com munity. At tho German Orphan Asylum and Htippert Home. In Good Hope road, the management Is arranging for a spe cial ellnurr for the Inmates At tho Home for the Aged and Infirm, at Hluo Plains n siioclal dinner will be servod At the Pplscnpnl Home for Children Miss Prancls Davenport, matron, is ar ranging a special menu and program for the afternoon At the Government Hos pital for the Insane the work of nro pailng a turkey dinner for the 3,(00 InniiteH has alreadv been Btsrted For Army-Navy Game Polo Grounds New York, Nov 27. take Haltlmoro nnd Ohio All trains Prldny nnd Saturday morning Special train with inillmnns and diner from Washington nt 7 Ma m, Snturday. nrrlve New York 12 09 noon, tsnn round trip Good leturnlng until Monday Inclusive AdvL a cold Dining Room Will mar tho enjoy ment of the finest Thanksgiving dinner. Order ono of our Lu minous Electric Radi ators and Insure com fort for jourself and juests. Price, J5 00 up. Electric Radiators Aa Low Aa L $5 National Electrical Supply Co., IXCM-lSno N. V. Ave. Phone M. OSnu. MB NQUIRY 0. K., DANIELS' VIEW Holds Rulings Are Usually Just, Though He Disapproved in Two Cases. Secretary of the Naw Daniels, de spite tho fact ho has disapproved two important court-martial findings In tho last week, said today ho did not con sider that changes In tho law or regu lations governing court-martial pro cedure were needed Ho does not ex pect to tako stepa to i-ecuro such changes. "I bellevo that ns a rule officers who sit In a court-martial aro fair and Im partial. Not only do they try to bo strictly Just, but sometimes they are very hard An a rule, they Insist on the full nnd strict nerfnrmanco of duty, Of course, human nature Is hu man nature, and if an omcer Knows that the person under charges Is a gooel fellow, ho Is likely to bo af fected to some extent by that knowl edge." Hecrelarv Daniels na asked. In view of his refusal to approve tho findings of the courts In the Rear Admiral Lit tle caso and In the case of the ftan Diego explosion, whether he bellovi'il there was warrant for allegations some times mado that officers wero unduly lenient toward their brethren Secretary Daniels said he did not be lieve such a vlovv was warranted Ho added that thn Little caso. In volving the accusation of negligence In the Inspection nf a submarine, nnd the San Dlcgo explosion caso wero very Im portant nnd ho fe It that unIer tho cir cumstances it was necessary to ells approve the findings. FLEETMllY FOR RICH HUNTSMAN Dwight F. Mallory, of Baltimore. Missing Since Last Friday. Boat Thought Disabled. (Continued from First Pjgc ) been due to the hlth winds and tide which swent It before them Into a swamp and sunk At the home t Honlder line Itoland Park, Mr Million's wlte Is III a verv nervous "tale Priend Waited In Vain. It Is leirned Hint Mr Mnllnrv and M Glllet Gill who ovned m commnn a duelling chore In the Mis-tin h Ulna flats see (Ion hail iirnngd to meet at tin shore for a weik end of shooting M Gill went ellreetlj l nun llnlllmnm to the shorn nnd w lited the canning of Mnllnrv Tim latti i wns 'n have gone there In a new W-horsepower motor bent lie sinriiel up llie nay fiiini thn Mngothv about. noin Friday. and was expeeted at the shore that f vetting lie end not rem li there 1 rliliv even ing or Snlurelay morning and eltll vv in had uone tin re Prld iv emu hided that something bail occurred to prevent him mnkln the trip mil men reii.rneu in the ellv and made Innulrv llee found that Mallory had left the Magutliy. as arrange el Heavy Weather Feared, It Is thought lb it the he ivy weather on the bay cliiiini, the litter part of last week caused semi sort nf ""faster to thn boat There was bad wenther Thursday, the day before Miliary started, and since tint time tin hay bus bee n vety rough and there havo leen strong winds Mallory s fiiend-e think the re ugh teas may have tinmen the machinery of the new boat out n( gear und lint Mallory, being alone, was unulle to ndji'"t It He Is nil e -cellent e.illor, It Is said nnel probably waa ublo to monuge the boat othci vvlse. Mallorv has taken nil inle rest In al most every form of spoil He Is re. K.irded as one of tho b'sl shots in the Statu, beinic ono of thn craik clay -pigeon marksmen In tills p.ut of the countrv. as well as un cntuiisiasllc gun ner. He has taken a le idlug part In IltTs Jl' lino -M r-6t a n tniit e. i.i most of the shooting meets held til re - cent years and has won a number of prizes. He also has gone In for golf nnd motoring, participating In n number of golf tournejB, and some ears ago maklnir a flno scoro nt tin Maryland Country Club. Ho has been one of the strongest sup porters of baseluell In this illy and has worked hnrd to-develop a strong profes slnnal team here He is one of the di rectors of tho Hnltlmnre Pederal liague club, nnd has given freely of his, means nnel Influence to make It a success Among hiseball men he Is widely known nnd popular, one of his close friends being wllbert Robinson, onto captnln of the old Haltlmoro Orioles Mr Mallory la a son of the late J I) Mnllorv. who was a member of the firm of Reuter ft, Mallory. machinery peo ple, and Is a nephovy of n II. Mallory. a capitalist of this city. His wife was Miss Leila Hartlett, a daughter of thn late Edward L nurtlett His business association la chiefly with tho Knrlow Draft Gear Company, a railway supplies concern, of which he Is the secretary. LOCAL MENTION. "Key To Mystery." Sensational Film play, todav. Virginia Theater. Expert Tountain Pen Repairing:. All makes Fountain Pen Shop, 1421 Pa, Ave. Steamed Oysters Originated Harvey's Famous Restaurant. At The Sunday Ecnintr Times Gives reliable advertisers n last minute talk with over forty thousand homes Itectifier of Wills. W. I Hass, Munsey Rldg and CO Wall St., N. Y City. Phone Your Want Ad to The Times, Main G2C0 aPocket-Book Directory Containing Full Description of $S WASHINGTON APARTMENTS Addrew I No. Roomil Rent Agent J Deicription TUC fI A riDln room "' ,CU, lnv',nn, Co Convtnlert location. All oul- Alt, lVlVLi.lU and bath. " "" OS Connecticut At.. s'.Ja spacious rooms 23(10 imh "t. I. J , re-.. I Modern fireproof bulldlni! All ANin OOTU 5TQ tins mm iwl mOO Owner. 1 outalda rooms, convenient te. f.l U AJ 1 n 1 . bati e ,,. I two car lines, furnished or ua- 01 20th t I W iou... -nd tKOO On premises. f;rnl..j j.nltor servles E L E W. R. & E. 4's Lead List With $20,000 Worth Changing Hands. Hoth stocks nnd bonds showed more nitlvlty at today's session of tho Wash ington Block Hxchange than for wiveral days past. Wishing! on Rnllway and Klectrlc Company's 4's led thn bond list a total of 120,000 worth nf these chang ing nanas on a scnlo downward from SUi to si. Tho only other bond sale was a $100 bond of the Norfolk and Washington steamboat Company, which brought 1. Hoth "Grochophono common nnd pre ferred stock were In demand, and whllo the fnrmer wns bid up to IK, and the latter to 110, thn highest flguro for the season, only odd lota wero to be had at those prices A total of twenty-three shares of tho common stock changed hnnels nt I2S. whllo thirty-seven shares of tho preferred stock sold from 123 up to 110 Tho only other stock sales wero a block of fifty shares of Washington Hallwav and Lleetrle Company pre ferred! stock at !,. and un ceiM tnt ne 5 shares eit the same flguro. a nni or i iVi tor Columbia Gas and Llertrlc stock was made with none nf thn stock offered This was tho first time there has bcefi a demand for this stoi k within the pust six months Ar lington Fire Insurance Company stock also was hid for today for the first time In a long period, tho figures being u bid and 9 asked. Local Bond Market. GOVERNMENT HONDS Hid l.l I S Reg 2's . I' H Coupon 2's I' S Reg 3's 1' H Coupon 3 s eH 9)1 ifl'l, 101V i'. n iieg in loan no?, F. H Coupon t's Wt 1 V. J li., s 0J KVi GAS HONDS. Geo Gas Cert , In. (Vs 102it Georgetown Gas 5s 102V Wash Gns It's . . 1QSU lOH Col. Gns t Flee O's . 74 RAILROAD HONDS. Cap Trictlon R It S's 107 Cltv A Suburban Ss 101V aieirnpnlitiin It It ; s 101 Wash Rv A Llee 4 s Mi MISCI.LLANHolN PONDs ID", Potoinae Flee- I'nns f.'s ''el 1'iitnm.ll Flee 1 I r.'s 10 , C A I" Telephone f.'s . 101 Aim r I'e I .v; lidpa 4s. . 4 Amer lei s Telga 4'4's . 10SVS nsh Market Vs TC7 Wash Market 5s 1947 'f M Cold -Hormo Vs M N A W Menmbrnt 5 s ,f, Itlghs Realty llongl fs . lt) ItUcs Keiltv tshort) fi's In PI FLIC FT1LITV STOCKS Capital Traction HT Wash Rv t Flee. Com M Wash Hy. F.lec. pfel H, N .W W Htenmhoat IM Wnshlnclon Gns . 71 10" i -' i Ami r Tel &. Te'ga . 12i TYPE MACHINE STOCKS Merge-nthnle r Linotype 17C" 17 Lanstnii Monotype . 76 75 MINING STOCK. Orecno.Cnnanen , 41 NATIONAL HANK STOCKS American Nat Hank Oipltiil National Hank Columbia Nat Hank BONDS FEATUR OCAL EXCHANG 1MI J7U . 220 . . . s .111 . mvi k 241! IV. . . 1) c 1W 415 ,. ... 117 17) 227 Commercial Nat H ink' District Nat Hank Par A M.ch Nat Hank Federal Nat Hank Lincoln Nat Hank Metropolitan Nat. Hank Illggs .Nnt ninK Second Nat Rank . N.it, Hank of Wash. TIIL'ST COMPANY STOCKS Amerlem Sec A Trust 2.V1 270 Nntlnnnl .iv Trust 2,7) Fnlon Trust . 120 12S Wash Ixmn A Trust . , 231 Continental Trust ll&S 1J SAVINGS HANK STOCKS Home Savings ? Hank of Com A Snv 12 East Wash Sav Hank . .. 12V4 ... FIRE livSFRANOF. STOCKS Arlington Fire Insurance ... . 9 Corcoran Fire Insurance .. so lire mens Fire Insurance IS , . .. - ....... .-.,.. I Oermin-Amerlcan Klre Inn . 1A National Union llrev Ins TITLE INSTTRANCF STOCKS. Columbia Tltlo Insurance 4i MISOFLLANFOFS STOfTCS m; Fhapln Sacks .. 17i I C Paper Mfg Co . 12ft (Irapho com 124 126 ilrnpho pfd . . .. IIS Merchants Trans ft Stnr l"i Securttv Storage . ITS Washington Market .. .. 17V4 5PECIAL TODAY USED Smith & Barnes PIANO $125 Net PIANO CO. 13th and G Sts. J1U New York Stocks. All transactions In stocks are on th basis of dollars and fractions thereof. quotations (urnUnsd t vv. n. lllbt Co , mccmbrs of Nw York Stock Exchangee, lllbtx UulldiDa. tiM Th Hltti. Lew. p m CI'im Allla-Chalmera KVi 12 HV I S2V Alaska Gold U 27U Z I 27 i Am. IMttt Bugar, UH H esil 67H American Can (OH MVt WHI 9Vt Am. C. 7 tutu 12 KM IS Am. Hide ft Leather UK 11. 1IHI UK Am. Ice 80 28 V4. I 21, Am. Cotton Oil MM 68Vi UVl I M Am. Locomotive 72M 71 72 I 71 Amer. Unseed ltti t4s 24', I 23 Am. Htmeltlns t7H 7 1H I 7 Am. Sugar R....1I7H I UK 111HI 117 Am. Tel. 4 Tel... .128' II4H I28V MMK Am. Tobacco t28i 228 228KI228V Amer. Woollen 41H 4'4 4tt I Anaconda 9 18V UK I taVi Atchison 107V l07Vi 107V 1 101 Baldwin Loco Wits. 118V 1UV4 117KI HlVi Halt Ohio MI MS Mil MH U. r. Goodrich.... 70H eH 70HI 70 Urook. Ilpd. Trans MS WH MH I M CjUlfornla Patrol... 27K 27V4 1 27V unnadlan Pacific, im 1M 1M 1 183H Cnes. & Ohio ell UH M( I 3V Chi. Con. Copper... HV U (t I MH Central Leather UH CSV MH I tlV Chi. & Orsat West.... UH 16Vt 18V I C, M. 8tP MH MH MHI MH Chi. at N. W 1MV 184V 114V 1 134V Col. Fuel Iron 82H 81H UH I 6IH Con. Otu 146H 144 141V. I 143H Continental Car 88 88 88 I 88 CornProduoU 18'. 18V is! I I8H C, R, I. A P. Ry 20V 1V 20 I 19H Crucible Steel 77 78V 7H I 78H Crucible Bteel, pfd...0H 107H 108H I Cuban-Am. Sugar.. 142 ISO 142 I IIS Distillers Boo 48V 47V4 47)4 1 47 Eli 44V 4IH 48 I 48H Erie 1st ptd UH 88V. 81V I U General Electrics ... 174 178 176 1 176 Great North, pfd U6V I2V 126V I 126V Oreat North. Ore 4H 41V 4611 Guggenheim Elp.... 71V 79 7H I 7H Itrsplr. Con. Cop 4tVt 46V 46V4 I tl't Lackawanna Steel.. m 82H 89H I 82 Kan. City at South.... 32V 82H 12V I 82H Lehigh Valley 82H 8IH r.Vl 82 Maxwell Motors 78 71 76 I 72H Maxwell Motors 1st.. MH VS W I MX Mex. Petrol MH 2V 3V I 3H Miami Copper 16 S4H I4H I 84H Montana Power M u I MH Nat. Biscuit, com....l2SH itUi 128H I National Lead 64 S 64' 85 I Nev Con. Cop 16' 16' 16't I 16' N, Y. Central td2H 10IH 102 H 1 102H N.T.N. II. & II 78H 76H 77HI 77V, North. West 118V. 118H use, I UIV4 North. Pacifio 117 1I6H 118H 1 1I6H Pittsburgh Coal 86 31 86 I 85 Pcnn. Railroad lH 69H 69H I lH Ray Con. Cop (6V. t6H 26H I ztw Ry. 8 Sores com 44H 44H 44H I 45H Rep. Iron & Steel . .. W. 60H 60H I 61 Reading 6IH 82' F3 I 82V Rumlev I". 3H . I 3 bouth. PacltlO 1D2H 102H 102'. I K2V. Southern Ry Ji. 23W 23H 1 23H Studebakcr Corp.... 166 164V. 164' I U2. Tenn. Copper 63H 67H ins I 6. Third Ave. R. R 62V. 62 6JI. 62 United Cigar Stores H tv, oy, j., U. 8 Ind. Alcohol... U6H 1I6H Un I II6H Union Pacific 140H Dili 140 Ui U. fa. Rubber 64 64 64 I UH U. B. Steel 86H 86H 66H I 86H U. S. Steel pfd 116V. 116' 116 I 116 Utah Copper 78H 78 7SH I 77. Va.-Car Chem 47 47 47 I 47). West. Marv land 8S! C2H S3W I 82H West-U.Tel 87H 87H 61. I 88 Weafc Electric C8H 7Vi 88 I 67H Willys Overland 232 232 232 1230 Parole Selections For Tomorrow HOWIE. Md. Nov. 23 Selections for tomorrow rirst race Marigold. Trlboln. Welga 'econd nere-1 iltle Pnclanri Miertre c.V n' "wo-uttlo l.tiMana. Miirtre, hlir5Vl".8lnC ... .... Third race-Royal Meteor. Alhena, Anxletv Fourth race Sandmarsh. Robert Hrad- lev Murphv Fifth rac-o-IIIker. Lights Out. Tom Hancock Sixth race Cockspur Castara. Plnalee I Seevnth race Scorpll. Klnmundi.j Armament Wholesale P.roduce Market Ki.Grt Nearb), freah. Ullii per eloz . Foutrern SSilUc per dos C11EE1B New Tork. new, 17c per lb i flat, lmc Pr lb. llt'TTEtl Klsln print 3tc per lb.: tub. He per lb . process, 3fic per lb. LIVE POULTRY Hens 1J01IC per lb : roomers tic per lb . Hv turkeis, la:(w per lb , spring chickens 16c per lb l.I E STOCK Veal calves besl 10'iSUo per lb . heav, vtil0c per lb . fat sheep VttUc per lb , spring lambs, IV4Qf per lb KREY. ITtlC'E ft CO EOETAnl.ES (Quotations furrUh'c by Taylor 'VV ade) I olatoes 12 25 per barrel, onions il CO per bu . 12 00 per sack, rabbaie. 11 to per barrel, beets tl f0 per 100 buurhes yl-Il'I-I''.--:r4r4-H WINFS THAT f.O 9. WELL WITH TURKEY ? 4ye-s:.'v . 'vv T- ' e" U r- yx- .tt' Tour Thanksgiving dinner wrlll be Incomplete unless jou serve one of these splendid American wines: lauterne Royal Red Claret 50c bottle Sparkling Hurgundy tl CO Gold Seal Champagne..... "' i 5 Prepared Cocktails ".SlSr.-.V.-.-.-lBottle, $1.10 j SSS.r".r.V",.:.-.-J bottle, 6Sc j fTO-KALONCO.Inc. .., I4s -., ..... -j- 4 Phono Mnin m 14l V , . VA I jg&JML ILL STREET DULL AFTER SMALL GAIN Morning Sales Only 180,000 Shares Rock Island and Baldwin Active. NEW YORK. Nov SS Following a moderate advance In the late forenoon the slock market eased off fractionally nnd became very dull. The morning sales were about 1M,0 shares Maxwell Motors advanced on report of dividend declartlon. Rock Island and Hatdwln were active at a gain of more than a point. Activity at tho opening was only mod erate, end such price changes as vvero registered were generally fractional gains. Opening unchanged at H6V4. HaldwTn Locomotive sold at IIS within a few minutes. Crucible Steel also made a small Rnln during early trading. Today's Sales" W nshlngtnn Railway 4's 31 00O381U. JMMOesi. M.eWii8!H. Jl.Wtffim, 7i(w) Norfolk and Washington Steamboat Graphophone. com tVOTK: R13. ltV 125 After call' Washington Railway, pfd. -Wtfrsl'J. 571 'i Graphophone. pfd . 1MT13, ltT12!, 5U1!. 5O120. Gfl?, Kifiisn Kfllel STEAMER MAJESTIC REACHES WHARVES Vessel to Ply On Lower Machodoc Route Comes From New York. The steamer Majestic which was re cently purchased by ine Potomac and Chesapeake Steamboat Company and which is to relieve the Steamer Wake field on the lower Machodoc route, ar rived at the Seventh street wharves at 7 o'clock this morning from New Tork The boat Is to lie equipped with forty five staterooms nnd to be put In thor ough repair, It Is stated, before she goes on tho route r Tho Majestic was built In Elizabeth N. J . In Wl, and during tho last threw or four jears has been used aa an ex cursion boit between Newark and Cone Island The vessel I much the samn tpe as the Charles Macaleeter. having a feathering wheel and low wheel houses similar to those on tho ' Mac " Tim Majestic Is Eli net tons. Is slightly more than 200 feet long, has a thlrtj-foot beam, and a depth of ten feet in tho hold. The vessel wns purchased bv the Po tomac and Chesapeake Steamboat Corn pan some six weeks ago and because of the crowded condition of the New ork slilpards was brought to Wash ington for the necessary alterations. The Mnjestle It is declared, will he s great Improvement over tho Vt ake Ileld The service was recently aug mented by the Gratitude, which was placed on the route from Washington to Mattawomnn Creek. Marriage Licenses. John c Hue sn-1 Ulna M Linns eorse ,v hoi iiiv hi ann h,iner li. Jonnson e'lurles v -mm e harlottcsvllle Vl, and l.eirv J Phrtp. Tm I) Pavape of Norfolk. Vs., and llll- ,. lr',lh Gatevvnol " ' """rd Howard snd Vsrlee II McOes lhornton F IloWn.on Rn4 Bmma II Craw- 'or.t Pnrrestvllle M4 n,rnsr I I. Jlol-v snd Mary A. Chanpells J Ituseell llr.Itin Alexandria va . and laullneH Km I e-loe, Woevtbrtdae a. Sm" u VMIeii Iteiseivn a. and Dora Hy- ','-; jTsm" Ho... Nel.en Rcniberoh pa innanl Allan e laverark. N. T.. and ItMtle Crow lfohennsl I, Tenn. FINANCIAL CAI 1TAL 11.000 000 i:P.NPn SURPLUS.... 11.000 000 Your Business ABILITY is something you cannot bequeath to your heirs.' r Have this company pre pare your will and act as Executor Dr Trustee there under, and your estate will be administered to the best interest of your family. Confer vith our Trust Dept. now. The Washington i o . &; Trust Company Cor. 9th and F sts. JOHN JOY KDSON. Presldent. The Safest Investment Are tlioss that do not fluctuate during dis turbed renditions of iha money or stock mar kets tlrst deed ot trust notss (first raort guKes). veell secure t on rsal aatata In th District of Columbia constitute "i:llt-dg ' Investments. The do not deittnd upon the llnanelal responsibility of individuals or cor porations for their stability, and ars axsmpt from taxation as personal property, Wt can suppl such Investments In amounts from fMO upward Send for booklet "Conosmlns loan, and Ineenments " SWARTZEl.L, RHEEM & HENSEY CO., 127 11TH blIIET N. W. W.B.Hibbs&Co. Hibbs Building (.Sen York Rtock nchvnt. UsnK rf ew orn uuon rrinani. J aw 1 I lilfilK lhit njton stock Bichanih IjOCAL stocks Itauclit and roll on tunt ftvorabl ttrma w ofTr for tridthf In Nw ork tork -nil bond. -. ---- a m ! .i sss bauo I hlli lltcnmund and Nw orK iYionf to Imin nn iixal proposition t 5 to 6ro Interest No Delay Minimum Brnkeras. W. R. Uentlnsrr Co, B-su Bide.