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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 26, 1916,
UP. QUESTION OF
TARIFF NEXT IK
Administration Members of
Ways and Means Committee
TO DISCUSS INCOME TAX
Retention of a Duty on Sugar
and Creation of Tax Board
Democratic members of the Ways and
Moans Committee will meet next wceK
to begin consideration of the revenue
situation. After conferences among
the party leaders, Including the Presi
dent tho majority members of the com
toilttco have before them a program
A revised Incomo tax.
Retention of a duty on sugar.
Creation of a tariff commission.
Snactmcnt of antl-dumplnjr legislation.
There probably will bo discussion or
tin Inheritance tax and an internal rev
enue levy on war munitions, but these
suffgestlons are not likely to reach tire
legislation stage. Tho Incomo tax will
bo tho principal rcvenuo producer for
tho Democrats and will bo amended to
bring in about JIOO.000,000 additional.
Must Retain Duly.
Retention of a duty on sugar Is regard
fed as imperatlvo In view of tho present
condition of the Treasury and the con
tinued falling off in imports. That the
President approves tho creation of a
tariff commission and legislation to pre
vent tho "dumping" of foielgn goods on
American shores after tho war has been
jnado known to Administration leadcis.
Majority Leader Kltchln said today
that a party cavcus will be held event
ually on the revenue bill Whether or
not such a bill will lnciudo homl-pro-'tectlve
rates for tho dcstuffs industry
has not yet been determined. Tho
committee Is at present "up In tho air
orr tho dyestuffs problem.
The preparedness bills will be non
partisan and not subject to caucus
action, but tho lovenue bills, us mat
ters of Democratic policy and re
sponsibility, will be subjected to tho
caucus procedure, with attempted e
exction of solid Dtmociatle mipport.
Might Have Excise Tax.
Tho proposed taxation of war
munitions, leaders said today, will be
In tho form of an cxclso ta if at all.
It Js opposed chiefly as uncertain and
unstable because cessation of war
Would stop both nales and taxes.
Opposition has developed against
lowering tho Incomo tax exemption
limits. Leadeis and rank and file,
however, ate unanimous in planning
Increase of surtaxes on larger in
comes. But muny are opposed to tax
ing smaller incomes than those now
Barly action on the tariff commis
sion Is planned. A separate bill will
probably bo reported. Indications to
day aro that It will give little In
itiative to the commission, which will
be empowered -merely to collect In
formation nnd brconiL" practically a
ptatlfitlcal and information gathering"
bureau, to report to Congreps, and not
to thp President, but without power
to make any levenue revision recom
mendations. Despite tho President'- approval of
the tariff commission plan, many
Democrats todav indicated determined
opposition. Tho io-callcd "Independ
ent" wing Is alieady privately in
Burgintr. Her Story Will Win Decree From
Chicago University Author,
CHICAGO, Jan. 26. Tho divorce suit
bf Mr. Harriet P. Herrlck tiKalnst Rob
ert, Herrlck, novelist and professor of
English in tho University of Chicago,
resembles "Ono Woman's Life." his lat
est book. JudRo McDonald In the su
perior court indicated that ho would
crant Mrs. Herrlck a deuce.
Robert M. Lovett. also a professor in
tho university and a mutual friend of
the Hcrricks for twcnty-llvo ears, was
"Why did they separate?" asked tho
"Oh, financial, social and various other
things," tho witness replied. "Just a
caso of Incompatibility."
Mrs Herrlck said they were married
Juno 9, 1SD-! "Wo went to Newport in
1912," sho testified, "and Mr. Herrlck
vent away He sent Mr. Lovett to tell
me I should not return to Chicago. I
saw my husband again In September,
and he told me I could go where I
pleased and do whatever I wished. 1
went to Boston and later returned and
saw Mr Herrlck In Chicago at a hotel
In February, 1913. That day ho came
Into my room and said 'I can never
live with you again under any circum
stances.' "Then ho left and I havo never seen
him or had any correspondence with
him since "
Mrs. Herrlck said she and her husband
had entered Into a contract providing
that each should have custody of their
slxtecn- ear-old son, Philip A. Herrlck,
al certain times.
Tho llerricks arc cousins. They were
man led In Milwaukee, Wis., to escape
the Illinois marriage laws prohibiting
the intermarrying of cousins.
Funeral for Mis Hickey
To Be Held Tomorrow
Funeral services for Miss Marv Cath
erine Hlfikey, daughter of Mrs Honora
nnd the late John W Hickey, who died
(Monday, will bo hold at tho residence,
3316 Florida avenue noithwest tomor
row at 8:30 o'clock, thenco to St. Paul's
Catholic Church, Fifteenth and V strets
northwest, where requiem mass will be
celebrated at 9 o'clock by tho Rev. Wil
liam Carroll. Interment will bo made In
Mt Olivet Cemetery
Miss Hickey vbs born In Wn&hlmc
ton, and resided hero nl! her llfo She
was promlnontly Identified with Cath
olic church circles, and was an active
member of tho Bodallty of tho Blessed
"Virgin Mary of .St Paul's Church.
Members of tho latter society visited
the home of the deceased last evening
ana conducted the ritual of tho so-isty.
WIFE'S DIVORCE PLEA
LIKE HERRICK NOVEL
Capt. Jack Crawford, who delivers daily at the Strand Theater
an. interesting lecture in connection with the wonderful "Battle Cry
.if Peace" pictures, has written the following lines "In Mcmoriam
of My Friend and Brother, Orlando F. Smith:''
Ho was my friend, my brother bravo and true,
Ho woro tho Johnny Gray, I wore the blue.
' Ho was a princo of manly men, and he
Was true to his Virginia as was Lcc. . ,
He boliovcd that ho was right; and every true
Heroic bravo who.woro the Union BIuo
Respects and honors those who stood and fell
For principle mid rain of shot and shell.
He was my brother Elk, together wo
Upheld tho Starry Emblem of tho free
Together stood for principles sublimo
Where Justice and Fidelity combine.
And when his broncho friend, the Poet Scout,
Answers, too, and has been counted out
May we not meet again with Comrades true
Who wore the Johnny Gray and Union Blue 7
CAPT. JACK CRAWFORD, .
Manistee, Mich., Lodge, No. 250, B. P. 0. E.
HARPIST RECITAL AT
LIBRARY FOR BLIND
Miss Maude E. Clark and Mel
ville A. Clark Play to an Ap
Tho Xatlonal Library for tho Blind,
at 1729 H street northwest, was host
this mornlnur to its board of directors
and to the blind at a muslcale elven by
Miss Maude E. Clark and Melville A.
Clark, harpists, whoso performance was
a feature of the diplomatic dinner at
tho White llouso last night.
A number which seemed to appeal
strlklnsly to the audience was Miss
Claik's rendering of "The "Wooden
Shoes." by RoRcrs, In which the clatter
of sabot3 on a pavement Is represented
by tho notes of the harp. Her other
numbers Included "Wlntei. by Ihomas.
"Fantasies in B major." by Alvars. and
"Dance of tho Sylphes," by Obdcfrold.
Several Irish melodies. Including "Tho
Wearlnc of tho Qreon," and Scotch war
songs in recognition of tho birthday of
Robert Burns, which was yesterday,
featured Mr. Clark's performance.
He also played "A Song Without
Words." by Hoelzcl, "Patroullle." by
Hassclmans, and the "Prayer by Moses
In Egypt, by Albert.
PriSr to tlio. pcrfo.mance. Mr. Clark
outlined the development of tho harp
from tho time of Its Invention, noting
especially the recent addition of a forc
plllar to the small harp, which greatly
Increases the range of its tune.
iirnnn.i tiia nni'r nnmpni or inn nurn :
S.P.C1 OUGHT TO GET
"Professor" in Difficulties With
Postoffice After Explaining
CHICAGO, Jan. 26. "Black Magic
teaches possessor to perform miracles,
ami to become Invisible; prlco J4."
Postofflce Inspector D. 1 Angler was
luiious when he read that, and he or-
dered tho book. F. Kemplnskl, tlio
magician, was turned over to tho
If you would like to become Invisible,
according to his plan, here is the secret:
"Catch a black cat while It Is walk
ing toward tho setting sun. Cut off Its
left car. Wrap tho cat In a leaf from
a tree growing In a graveyard. Then go
home without speaking to anyone and
maintain silence until tho following day
break. Upon ariblng, the candidate for
invisibility must walk toward the rising
nun until he meets the cat whoso ear
ho has cut off. Then he must rcmovo
the other car. Whenever the tips of the
two cars are joined and certain magic
words are repeated, the person holding
the ears becomes invisible. He will re
main invisible as long as tho ear tips
Holds Him Until Police Come and
Says She Will Prosecute
NEW YORK, Jan. 26. Mrs. Gertrude
Gardiner Eggleston, of 313 West Fifty
soventh street, widow of a former Uni
ted States army officer, followed
Charles Rolg, of 463 West Fortieth
street when he alighted from a street
car at Broadway and Thirty-ruth street.
She caught up to him In the crowd
and seized him by the coat collar.
"You're under arrest!'1 she shouted.
Patrolman Kelley took Rolg to the
West Thirtieth street polico station,
wheio Mrs. Eggleston said ho had
pushed her aside and abused and In
sulted her as ho left tho car.
"All men should act as gentlemen
In public conveyances," declared Mrs.
Kggleston. "I om a suffragist, and I
believe It Is my duty to prosecute this
man. I shall certainly do It1"
Rolg said ho never saw Mrs. Eggles
ton until she. grabbed him. Ho was
locked up, charged with disorderly
Democratic Women to
Hear Mrs. Craigie
Mrs. Mary E. Cralgle Is to speak
before tho National Democratic Women
of America at the Ebbltt, on Friday
evening, on vocational training and
education, and Its relation to true de
mocracy. Mrs. George A. Armes Is to
preside. Other speakers are expected
and a program of music Is to be given.
Plans aro being made for a campaign
to havo a ouffiago plank Inserted In
the next Democratic platform. The or
ganization was originally formed to as
sist In the Wilson-Marshall campaign.
On Rural Credits.
HARRISBURO. Pa., tlan. 2C.-Con-xrcssman
Ralph 13. Mosshf Indiana Mill
discuss rural credits tonight nt an
open meeting of tho thirty-ninth annual
session of tho State board of agriculture.
AFTER BLACK MAG C
JAPANESE ARE IDE
MILLIONAIRES BY WAR
Undreamed of Riches Brought to
Mikado's Realm by Confla
gration in Europe.
TOKYO, Jan. 8 by mall). Tho Euro
pean war has brought undreamed of
prosperity to Japan, Evidence of this
is found not only In the enormous In
crease In the jrold reserve, but in the
fact that tho Japancso newspapers
are busy chronicling the rise of many
new-made millionaire, who plunged
early In the war and emerged with
1 ho lending shipyards of Japan
havo tiled orders which will keep
them buy for three years. Thanks to
tho withdrawal of German vessels,
.lapaneso shipping Is enjoying the
rcroatcst prosperity in Its history.
Slilpplnsr men nre predicting that Ja
pan will in a few years have a mor
"nntllo marine second only to that of
l.ngland. Thev believe, too, that ship
building Is destined to become a great
national Industry In Japan.
A Japanese named Noboye Uchlda.
who it tho outbreak of the war was
a clerk, saw that a naval war meant
a Koiqen Harvest ror shipping. He left
Ms desk and launched a bhlpping
business, chartering small v,.nl
hon l OoToo'o"0 "?"
Now he owns four steamers nnd has
. . ., .. .. . -----
-jmcyo me lamasnita snipping com
pany, control led by a business man
of that name, has netted J2.500.000.
Japan's gold reset ve has Increased by
$ J 00,000,000. She now has In reserve
Her Plea for Man
Woman's College Housed Over
Anonymous Verses in
WELLESLEY, Mass.,. Jan. 2C
Wellesley College girls are very much
disturbed over the verses of a senior.
whoso name Miss Miriam Vidder. ed-,
ltor of the College News, refuses to
dlvulpre, hut who In last week's issue
called loudly in poetry for a man. Two
I'd give my month's allowance for a
Or. Imvlng spent it. Til give up what
For what Is prom without a young
A tall Apollo in a full dress suit.
10 pnoi nown tne receiving line,
While your proprietary smile savs
And jet I've reached the end of my
I cannot find a man by human forces.
O you who have a corner on the brand
That's known as Homo Sapiens, my
Must move your stony heart until it
A single man no need for "sapiens"
ii ne dance:
"The verses cast suspicion on all of
us," said one senior, who has a flock
of young men In her train.
EXAMINATION APR. 10
Names of Successful Candidates
Will Be Placed on the
The State Department announced to
day that an examination of candi
dates for appointment as 'secretaries
In tho diplomatic service will be held
horo beginning April 10. The exami
nation will be of a three-fold charac
ter, written, oral, and physical, and
will continue for at least three days.
Vho candidal s for diplomatic .posts
will b examined on six subjects, in
ternational law, diplomatic usage,
French Germam, or Spanish1) natural,
industrial, and commercial resources,
nnd commerce of tho United States.
American history, Government, and
institutions, and modern history of
Kuropo, South America, and the Far
The names of successful candidates
will bo placed on an eligible list, from
which ' appointments w 111 bo mado
fiom tlnie to tlmo as vacancies occur.
Tho Initial appointment Will be made
to class 0 in the secretarial corps.
FILIPINO FREEDOM IN
FIVE YEARS IS URGED
Amendment to Philippine Meas
ure Presented by Hitchcock,
Senator Hitchcock, AdmlnlatrUlon
leader on tho Philippine bill, piesented
an amendment toda, piovlding for In
dependence lot the Filipinos in Ave
years. Several similar amendments are
pending. . . .
Senator Jones of Washington attached
the bill on the ground that it should
make no promises of independence
vhlfh future "ongresbes might not
care to carry out.
Moss to Be-Operated On.
Congressman Moss, of West Virginia,
will bo operated upon tomorrow for
stomach trouble et John Hopkins Hos
KILL MORE GERMANS,
URGES FR. VAUGHAN
If They Played War Game Fair
They Would Be Admired,
Says Noted Priest.
LONDON-. Jan. 26. In a speech at tho
Mansion Houao Father Bernard Vaujhan
aid that If Prussianized Germany
would play tho game according to tho
rules laid down bv International law.
jhe thought it would command tho ad
miration aa well aa tho respect of Eng
lishmen; but tho Germans had failed
to play the game.
.., Our bulness." he cried, vehemently,
'" to keep on killing Germans I Somo
body has to be killed, and do you think
we ought to bo killed in view of the
motive we have gone forth to fight for?
I say we have to kill a sufficient num
ber of that tremendous army, bo as to
entitle us to dlctato terms of ft peaco
that shall be rooted In a victory to be
heard and shouted from rarls to this
Referring to tho reports of German
atrocities, he said, he was sometimes
told that the newspapers wero exag
gerating. His answer was that If the
Germans had not done what was
charged against them, they were fall
ing to carry out tho laws laid down
by their war lords to leave women and
children nothing but their eyes to weep
ITER POWER ACT
War Secretary Says Depart
ment Should Be Given Au
thority to Issue Permits.
Secretary of War Garrison appeared
before the Housor Committee on Inter
state Commerce today In advocacy of
legislation fr the develpmeut of tvatvr
owcr on navlgaolo stream-i that are
under tho jurisdiction of tho Federal
The present "general da"i act," he
bald, Is rather a determent to investors
"and hampers the development of
hydro-electric power." Tho vaguo und
Indefinite privilege nccorded under the
existing law, the Secretary said, makes
Mr. Garrison stated that water-power
development has a national defense
angle. He argued that by the fixation
of nitrogen from the air the manu
facture of agricultural fertilizers as
well as explosives may be encourag
ed by water-power development.
Tho House Committee was told that
the War Department should be given
authority to Issue development per
mits under general requirements to be
laid down by Congress and that the
law should be framed so as to give in
vestors assurance that their leases
were not merely of a temporary char
acter. Davis Tennis Cup
Sought by Police
No Clue to International Trophy
Stolen, With Others, from H.
K. Hackett's Room.
NEW YORK, Jan, 26. Among the six
teen tennis trophies stolen from the
rooms of Harold H. Hackett, acced
ing to a police announcement, was the
Davis Cup, tho highest International
prize. With the fifteen other cups and
trophies of tennis matches of less re
nown tbe Davis Cup has disappeared
and the police and agency detectives de
clared they wero without even tho
Mr. Hackett went to Atlantic City
New Year Day and returned tho fol
lowing Monday. Aa he entered his room
he saw thai all the trophies were gono
from a case. He soon found that thirty
six other articles, such as scarf pins
and other pieces of Jewelry, and a suit
case and a black leather bag were
Although the poUce, who were called
upon immediately, said tho thief prob
ably had carried the cups and other
articles out of tho hotel In tho bass,
the hotel management and employes
said they had seen no one near Mr.
Hackett's rooms. Several of the stolen
cups had been won by Frederick B.
Alexander and Raymond Little and had
been left In Mr. Hackett's care.
Save Cake for Their Boy
Who Went to War in '99
MINNEAPOLIS. Minn,. Jan. 26.
Though the suspicion grows that a soft
nosed bullet and an African veldt may
hold the secret of their boy's failure
to return from the Boer war. Mr. and
Mrs. William Rice, of St. Paul, have not
unwrapped or thrown away the little
English nlum pudding that they mado
for his Christmas dinner sixteen years
ago. Tho pudding, his favorite dish,
reposes In a bureau waiting his return
The son's name Is John Rice, and, al
though his parents call him "their boy."
he was an adult when he went to war
in behalf of his father's country. His
name never appeared among those of
the dead and wounded.
The story of the watchful waiting
parents became known when William
Rice took presents to Mrs. Rice, who Is
at St. Paul City Hospital because of a
broken leg. The last word from John
was received in 1899, and came on a
Garage Owners to Oppose
Tax on Motors and Gas
CHICAGO, Jan. 28. Tho 1 cent per
gallon tax on gasolene and tho 50 cents
per horsepower tax on automobiles,-suggested
in President Wilson's last mes
sage to Congress, will be attacked by
the Associated Oarage Owners of
America In their second annual con
vention In Chicago today and tomor
row, according to E. J. McQulrk. na
. The convention is being held IftiirafB
me vmicago auiomooue snow. T&
hundred garage men from all carta
the United States are expected to A
tend. The meeting was preceded by
sessions of the Oarage Owners' Asso
ciation of Illinois, an allied organiza
tion. Suicide With Penknife.
STAMFORD, Conn.. Jan. M-Udwaid
Dunn, a cigar salesman, committed sui
cide In Stamford Hall Sanitarium by
cutting aiterles In his wiist with a
pocket knife. He was taken to the
sanitarium yesterday suffering from
LOCAL AND IN. Y. FINANCIAL NEWS
Quotation Prices Are Inclined to
Sag Fractionally Home
Savings Stock 450.
While trading generally was light and.
In the bond list particularly, quotation
prices wero inclined to sag fractionally,
pno salo was recorded at today's ses
sion of tho Washington Stock Exchange
which attracted attention. A lot of
ten shares of Homo Savings Bank
stock sold at 450, or forty-five points
above the last previous sale, made sev
eral months ago.
Tho bid for Home Savings was then
raised twenty points to 420, but thero
were no further offerings of tho stock.
Norfolk and Washington Steamboat
stock was bid up three points to 158.
Capital Traction stock, -which has
manifested strength fpr several days,
sold up Vi of a point over yesterday's
price, thirty shares bringing 88U.
The other sales consisted of ten
shares of Mergenthaler Linotype stock
at 171 and a Capital Traction 5 per cent
bond at 107.
Local Bond Market.
U. S. Reg. 2's WH ...
tJ. S. Coupon 2'a ,JH . .
U. S. Reg. 3's 1MH ...
U. S. Coupon 3's ljJj ,
U. S. Reg. 4's 100-V 110H
U. S. Coupon 4'a . ?T
D. C. 3.65's NWS ...
Geo. Gas. Cert. Ind. 6' 1M ,,,
rirrit-rfnrriwii flma R 104 1U57I
Wash. OaB 6's 105T4 W4
Col. Gas & Elcc. 5's
Col. Gas & Elec, Deb. 6's 60
, RAILROAD BONDS.
Cap. Trac. R. R. C's 107
Ana. Pot. Guar. 5's SJ
Anacostla & Potomac G's w
City & Huburban 5's W-V4
Metropolitan R. R. 6's 103VS
Wash. Ry. & Elec. 4's .80V4
Potoniac Elec. Con. Fs J
Potomac Klcc. Lt. 3's Ww
C. & P. Telephone 6's JK
Amor. Tel. & Tele. 4's JJ
Amer. Tel. & Tele. 4V4's 108A
Wash. Market 5's 1927 85
Wash. Market 5's 1947 J5
W. M. Cold Storage 6's 9C
N. & W. Steamboat 5's 105
Illags Rcaltv jVs (Ions). V
Rlggs Realty 5's Hhort) 100
Graphophone 6's 9SJ
PUBLIC UTILITY STpCKB.
Capital Traction M
Wash. Ry. Elec. Com .... S7
Wash. Ily. fe Elec, ptd W'4
X. & W. Steamboat iw
TWnohfnetOll GBS '"A
AmCTYEaMeHlNE"STof S; "
Moiwrithnler Linotype 170 171?
Lanston Uggflfc'-fi&tfL ''
Greene Cananea K
NATIONAL BANK STOCKS.
American National Bank lj0
Capital Nat. Bank..
Columbia Nat. Bank..
Commercial Nat. Bank 1M
District Nat. Bank MJ
Far. & Mech. Nat. Bank ."
Federal Nat. Bank 1
Lincoln Nat. Bank....... S
Metropolitan Nat. Bank JW
Second Nat. Bank... i
Nat. Bank of Vasb ""
TRUST COMPANY STOCKS,
Amer. Sec & Truv " Jg
National Saw & Trust .
Union Trust .. . iJ
Jwi-. Loan & Trust 227
. -. .-. . BV
n.. wash. Sav. Bank ri
Sec Sav. & Com. Bank 13o
FIRE INSURANCE STOCKS.
Arlington Fire Ins '
Corcoran Fire Ins J"
Firemen's Fire Insurance .. 18
Gcr.-Amer. Fire Ins. &
Natl Union Fire Ins
TITLE INSURANCE STOCKS,
Columbia Title Insurance.... 4V4
Chapln Sacks ....." T&
D. C. Paper Mfg. Co Uo
Security Storage ijj
Washington Market '
Today's Sales. ,
Capital Traction S'W-Jk.,, ua
Capital Traction, iotrss'4, 103"$'4. ICO
Mergenthaler Linotype. 1WI1T1.
Home Savlngi Hank. 10ft450.
( Wholesale Produce Market
EGaB Nearby, fresh. I6c per dot.; South-
tCHKEBIE-Ntw York, new, ISc per lb.; flat
1 Bt?TTEIl-Eleln print. e per lb.s tub.
He per lb.: process. 2ic per lb.
i.tVE POULTItY Hens, 16c per lb.; roos
ters, lie per lb., He turkeys, 23ffto i-er
ID ; SprinB cniLKcnn. w.w ijc ,m.
LIVE STOCK Veal caUes, best, lie
ii. k.n.t. tftLCHMAt nr Hi ' fat .ha.tl
4H05o'per lb j spring lambs, a3Hc per lo.
VEGETABLES (Quotations furnished by
Taylor Wade) Potatoes. 13.00 per .barrel;
onlonr J1.75 per bu ; $3.00 per tack; cabbies,
11.00 per barrel, turnips. $1.75 barrel.
Bulgar Czar Becomes
Austrian Field Marshal
AMSTERDAM. Jan. 26. Czar Ferdi
nand of Bulgaria, recently appointed a
field marshal In the German army by
the Kaiser, has also been awarded a
field marshal's baton bv Emperor Franz
Josef of Austria. Vienna reported today.
Count Lonvnv carried the baton to
Sotla and with lt a message of greeting
from Frank Josef.
"Warm sentiments toward your majesty
fill my heart." wired Czar Ferdinand.
In expressing thanks. "The all high
war lord becomes mv serene and lofty
ally, who deigns to confer upon my In
significant personality tho highest honor
in tho famous Austrian army."
Woman Is Charged With
Robbing Passenger Train
' CLARKSBURG. W Va., Jan. 26.
Search is being made for a woman be
llexcd to have been Implicated In tho
robbery of the Baltimore and Ohio pas
senccr train of thousands of dollars In
unMgncd currency. This development
follow h the arrest of John Harris. In
San Antonio. Tex., on a charge of being
one of tho bandits who held up the
'Iho woman accomplice Is declaicd to
hae been clad in overalls and Jumpers
burin the hold-tin.
ON EXCHANGE HERE
New York Stocks.
All transactions In stocks are on th tuU
r dollars snd fractions thtreot '
Quotations furnlihtd by W. B. Illbbs A
Co., mtmbtrt of Jftir York Stock Exchange.
Hlfh. Lotf. v m. Close.
Alaska O. M. Co UM S4Vi S4HI Sitt
Allls Chal S6H KiH SOU I 37
Am Agr Chem Co...,60H eow COW I 68H
Am can estt eitt eiKI c;H
Am C & V. 60U 6711 67HI 68i
Am Cotton Oil 65 55 55 I 65
Am Coal Frod Co....l71W 160 icett I t-OH
Am Hide & JUea 11 OH 10 I 10V
Am Ice Security Vt 37V4I HVfc
Am Llnseod Co 25tt St SlH I SlVi
Am Locomotive 65 6314 wni 61
Am Bnaeltlng tot I0MI0IHM03H
Am8ug&Ref com...lMtt lit 114 1 113
Am Steel Foun 67tt 65 55 I 66H
Amer. Teleg. & Tel.. H lS7Vi irtVt I in
American Tobacco, .sosvi 205 S05HI205
Anaconda.... 88Mi 60V4 avil 87
Atchison I06 I05V 100 1100
Atlau. Coast LIno....ll3 113 113 1 113
Baltimore A Ohio.... BJV4 00'4 WtYt I 01
Baldwin Loco, WorkilOO I00h 107 1 107
Bethlehem Steel 473 473 473 1473
B. F. Goodrich 7! 71 71 I 71
Brooklyn Rap. Tran 87 86 80 I 87
Calif. Petrol 3li 30 30 I 31
Canadian Pacific 173 168 1684 1 173
Central Leather 54 ss 5zl 63V
Chetapeake & Ohio.. 63 SY 63 I 63
Chlno Con. Cop 51 63 63 I 64
Chi., & Great West... 13 l! 1S I 13
C, R. L & P, tly..... 17 17 17 I 17
CM., Mil. & St. P 68 96 86 I 98
CoL I'Uel & Iron.... 46 44 45 I 451
Consolidated Gas 141 141 141 1141
Continental Can Ccu 81 81 81 I
ComTroducts 21 23 2,l 21
Crucible Steel Co 68 oo 66 I 65
Cuban-Am. Sugar Co 186 186 188 1 183
Distillers' Securities. 46 40 46 I 46
JTrle 38 37 37 I 38
Erie, 1st pfd 61 53 63 I 64
General Electric 173 ITS ITS I
General Motors. ...... 485 485 485 I
Great Northern pfd.. m 121 121 1 121
Great Northern Oro.. 47 46 46 I 46
Inspiration Copper... 45 45 45 I 46
Inter. Harvester 110 110 110 1 109
Kan. City South 27 27 27 I 27
Lackawanna Steel... 81 79 79 I 80
Lehigh Valley 78 76 76 I 77
Maxwell Motor Co.... 71 68 68 I 67
Maxwell M. Co. ptd. 88 M 88 I 88
Mex. Petrol 107 100 101 1 105
illarol Copper 3S1' 38 38 38
Missouri Pacific 5 6 5 I 5
National Biscuit com.122 122 122 I
Nat. Enamel 27 28 26 I
Nevada Con. Copper. 15 15 15 I 16
National Lead 71 69 69 I 70
N. Y. Air BrakoCo...ll9 116 147 1147
N. Y. Central 108 106 106 I 107
N. Y.. N. H. &H 73 71 71 71
N,y0,iW 28 23 28 I 28
Norfolk & Western. ..118 117 117 1118
Northern Pacific 114 113 113 1 114
Pensylvanla R. R... 68 57 57 I 68
Pittsburgh Coal Co... 31 33 33 I 31
Prcs. S. Car. com 59 57 57 1 57
Pullman Company.. 165 165 65 I
Rav Con. Copper 24 21 st S4
Rail Steel Sdks. com. 40 39 39 I 39
Rep. Iron & Steel 62 61 51 I 61
Reading ,.79 78 78)4 I 79
Sloss. Schef. Steel.., 69 68 58 I
Southern pacific.... 101 101 101 ioo1
bouttacrn Railway.... :: 22 12 si
Studcbaker Corp 154 151 151 1 152
Tennessee Copper.... 53 67 57 57
Third Avo. R. R 60 60 60 I
Union Pacifio 136 134 13I135
united cigar btorcs.. 9 0V4 8 I 9
U. S. Industrial Alcobl56 163 153 I 156
U. S. Rubber, com.... 65 64 64 I 64
U. S. Steel 85 83 81 I 84
U. S. Steel, pfd 118 118 118 I 1W
Utah Copper 80 79 79. 79
Va-Car. Chemical.... 48 48 48 I 48
Western Union Teleg 00 t9S B9 00
Westinghouse Elcctri 68 66 ea ee
WUI a Overland Co.. ;i6 flsio 216 I
Anlo-Fr. Loan 5's.. 95 95 95 05
Atchison cvt. 4's ioov, inai ioa 1 106
B. & O. gen. 4'S 02 02 92HI 92ii
C B. &Q. Joint 4'3... 98 08 9SM 9S
Inter. Metro. Vb....
Northern Pac. 4's...
South. I'ac cvt. 4's.
South. Pac. cvt. 5's..
Southern Kwy. 3's .
, 75 75 75, I 7V4
Bl'i 93'4 91 I 03't.
Wii t'4 bg'sl BOH
107 lOaU 108 I 1064
1K'4 10S1 103H I 10iTs
Will Wait Until She Inherits Half
Million Before Starting
NEW YORK, Jan. 26.-PrlsciUa K
von B. Ebllng, half-mllllon-dollar heir
ess, of Weehawken. today blushlngly
admitted she braved her relatives' op
position and, since No ember 9, has
been tho secret bride of her grand
father's former chauffeur, Fred Wol
fort, ono-tlme Get man army lieutenant,
and now cmploed by ti tire store here
When Mrs. Wolfort becomes twenty
one on February 6, she and her husband
will go South for a long honeymoon
trip. 'They will wait until then, because
upon that date she gets possession ot
her $500,000. Tho only relative she told
of her marriage at tne time was her
CAPITAL ....... $1,000,000
Resources Over $14,000,000
THROUGH t h c
ization, wide connec
tions and large re
sources of this insti
tution, our customers
are rendered service
that is quick, efficient,
and thorough in every
If Your account is in
vited. lEgpWe issue our own
DRAFTS direct on London.
rU.SN.ANH. Ol'l U S URBVbim
ON WALL STREET
Railers Also Respond to Ma
terial Advances When Steel
NEW YORK, Jan. 26. Wall Street re
sponded to the dividend resumption on
Steel common by bidding prices, .in
cluding Steel, upward at tho opening of
I tho Stock Exchange Tho opening was
strong and active.
Steel opened 85 to SO, up ft to L .
Tho whole industrial list was strong,
and several of tho railroads responded
with material advances. Baldwin Loco
motive was up ii, American Locomo
tive gained 1 point, New York Central
, Erlo , Mexican Petroleum 2. and
Republic Steel 1.
A quarter of a million shares wcw
sold on tho floor of the exchange In
tho opening hour. Nearly onc-thlrd of
tho trading was In Steel which was
quoted at 85 at 31 o'clock. Prices gen
erally cased off fractionally during the
American University Park James L. Talt et
ux. to Daley I Talt. lots 8 and 9, block
13, American Unlerelty Park, nnd lots 17
and IS. block 21. First Addition to Ameri
can UnUcrslty Park. J10 (stamps SO cents).
Oak View lxulse Taylor to David I. Wol
hauptcr, lot 23, block 6. U0 (stamps H1.C0).
Fourteen-and-a-half street northeast, b
tccn B and C streets James It. Ellerson
ct ux. to Itlchard and Bertha Kent, lot 7.
square 10KJ, $10 (stamps $2).
Twelfth sticet southeast, between G and I
streets-Elbcrtlne It. Hamilton et al., to
Charles M. Corson, original lot 29, square
Washington Helghts-H. Sydney King to
i m'. " Dcnt' lot " block 10 Utamps
1S17 II street northeast Charles TV. Irey et
?. ,' Mar' fiollano, lot S3, square 1027.
110 (stamps I3.G0). '
407 II street northweit-IIobert B. Leathers to
quoC8ei7!tl01('sUtatm'p. nflE""' " '
D. E. Cohen Defendant.
David B. Cohen, a clerk In the War
Department, Is cited to appear berore
Justice McCoy Friday and show cause
why temporary alimony should not bo
paid his wife during the pendency
or a suit for absolute divorce tiled by
Esther M, Cohen. Non-support and
misconduct are alleged in tho petition,
which was filed by Attorney Burton T.
Milk Shipper Fined.
Chaigcd with violating tho pure food
regulations by shipping milk below tho
standard Into tho District. Walter K.
Hooker paid a $10 lino In Police Court
this morning. Hooker was accused of
shipping the milk from Nokesvllle, Va.
HAVE BEEN FORTHCOMING
REGULARLY DURING PAST YEAR
FROM YUKON GOLD
and it is said Company has only
begun its production career. A
Guggenheim enterprise with im
mense holdings. Property com
pletely equipped for future devel
opment. Yukon Gold with its fu
ture possibilities offers an attrac
tive field for investors.
Detailed report free. Ask fir 71-M.
JONES & BAKER
Widcner BIrJg., Philadelphia
BU. Wnlnut 1090-1. Ktjttont, Rare 2390
jew tone iioitoa unicago
Direct private tcirr to all marktti.
EARNED BURPLUS 11.000.000
is extended equal cour
tesy and attention hefe, and
the' SAME RATE OF. IN
TEREST is paid on bottr
LARGE and SMALL AC
COUNTS. fir You'll find banklnp -with us 4
IiieucHini, act v uii aa iJruiiia-utQ.
National Savings and
Corner 15th and N. Y. Ave.
. N. L Carpenter & Co.
Main oiflce, 17 William
Street, N. Y.
Nevr Tork Gtock New Tork OottM
Nw York Cotton Chlcuct, iJoi
New Orleans Cotton .wr cr.'t Product
Aiioclate Members ot the LJverpost
Prlate Wire With All Principal Cities.
HERBERT H. BROWN,
MAN AC ED.
lDth and II bto. N. V.
The Safest Investments
Are those that do not tlutUtate during Ula
turocd ''omtltlonn of the money or stock mar
kets First ded of trust notes (first mort
gages). tcll xocurnl on recti estate In the
UlMrU t of Columbia constitute "tilt-edge"
Investments. They do not depend upon the
financial rcpuislblllt or Individuals or cor
porations for theli stability, and are exempt
from tuxntlon hh pergonal properlv Vc can
snnpl) Hiuh Imctttnienta In amounts from
J5C0 upward send for booklet "Concerning
I o.ins uiiil Investments."
SWARTZELL RHEEM &
in urn STUEUT N w.