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- i V V K' r 14 '.- S 13 , ,S,BIATI,Eft,POP?,'-Poj Is "Funny" and It's His Own Businessl THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER IS), 1916. C. JH. PftjM, gaaeBaaBBaegea88BgB gg aw r "" "' rtiit !. by, rrtH ParmsaH&c.. ' - y . ' ' i ' i i 1' . . ' ' . i i " i ' I...1 ..i ' i . SoMtiauiiv1 rUuTl " Wat Kin A . - J...) " rFuNNY- ) -if ' ' : - . , V , h . LOCAL AND NEW YORK FINANCIAL NEWS . f BONDS ARE ACTI E Local Bond. Market. ON LOCAL EXCHANGE GOVKHNMENT BONDS. Md.Asked v. . ntg. Z's 9914 V. H. Coupon S's i . 3. Hck. ya 100H U. S. Coupon 3'a k 1004 U. 8. He. 4'a 109H (T. S. Coupon 4'a 100T4 D. C. 3.eS'a 10JH UA3 HUMJJ3 New York Stocks. I All trnictlom In ttocki arc on th baili I I of dollars and fraction tncrtof. , i I Quotation furnished by W. It. Hlbbi r ., t Co , mitmbcra of Nw York Block Ei;hanf. 89Ti Hlbba Uulldlnc. NEW YORK IKE Traction Securit'es in Demand i0,"?,"1"'1-?!!! i r p: ." " Washington Qna and W. R. and E. Four Per Cent's RiseFraction. Trading on the Washington Stock Ex change today centered principally In the bond 1'at. Tranaactlona In atocka ware confined generally to odd lota. The tono of the market waa firm. Washington Railway and Electric 4 per cent bonds were In good demand at fractionally hlnher figures. After a total of 18,000 worth had changed hands at SIH, as compared with the prevloua price of 81, and a S500 bond had brought 82, the quotation bid was raised half a point to H1A. Potomac Electric Power consolidated Bs continued to find a market at 101. total of 14,000 worth bringing that price. A lot of 14,000 worth of Chesa peake and Potomac Telephone 5'a changed t)anda at 105U. and a 11,000 American Graphophone first t sold at 101. The stock sales Included eleven shares of 'Washington Railway and Electric preferred at 81V4 to 81: W "hares of Capital Traction at 83 to 83. and 3 shares of Washington Loan and Trust at 228. James M. Green, a member of the' stock exchange, has returned from a vacation of several months at Magnolia, Massachusetts. Robert N. Harper, president of the XMatrict National Bank, la In New Tork. James D. F. Schneider, aslstant cash ier of the District National, has return ed from a trip through West Virginia and Ohio. us. Real Estate Transfers. BHratirood Vark-Tntrcu. V. Zt1 to J. Harold VoDowdl. lota U and W. Dlock 17. 419. J. Harold McDowell tonrera asm prvptrtv to Theresa M. and Enoch F, Zell, K street, between Tnlrd and rourand-a-half streets eouthweit Frank J. Itocan and J alius I. Peyser, truatres, to Frank Healy, its IIS to 1M. square M, :,(00. Fetworth VTllllam F. Husted et uz. Teresa, to Wallace etreeteh, trustee, lot 45, block m, l Kaeri-oods Addition to Srookland James I Sherwood et ux. Rose E. to WlUUun A. and nebble & nut, lots a, t and 10, block 3. square 4141, 810. Entries for Tomorrow At Havre de Grace Track HAVRE DE) ORACH-, Md Sept . It. iB&trlea for Wednesday, September 20: First race For fillies; two-year-olds; selling; five and a half furlongs. Charm ingly. Ill: Tootsle, 111; Running Shot, 109; SDeoter. 104; Glory Belle, 107; Stal wart van, 109, Second race For three-year-olds and Up: steeplechase; about two miles. May bud II (Imp.), 142; Oriel, 137: Herrmana, 142; Meschach, 142; Bachelor, 152. Third race All ages; 124; llarr handicap; six furlongs. Hlght Noon. 128; Sandmarsh, jm: ii&rrv Knaw. iib Hanson, 112; Cham 11C1 fl--.. Al .m k...nn, u, vriiiicoucuc, 1 X , x"ernrock. 112: Prince of Como. 121; Sir Edgar, 107; Sasln, 97; una utoxik, iuu; wnimsy, igo. Fourth race For three-year-olds and upward; selling; one mile and a six teenth. Rae U.. 104; Stalwart Helen, 108; -Hands Off, 105; -Goldcrest Boy, 112: 'Fair Helen, 108; -Transit. 109; Edna Kenna, 104. Fifth race For two-year-ofds; handi cap; selling; six furlongs. Chatterbox, 104; Precise. 100; Kathryn Gray. 108; Napoleon, 100; Mother Machree, 100. Sixth raceFor three-year-olds and upward; selling; one mile and seventy yards. Far Away, 102; Malabar, 110; Nauahon, 113; Benjamin, 102; Carlton G.. 118; Thrill, 116; Flnalee, 107: Scorpll, 110; Maccabee, 107; Orotund, 107; Bal fron, IIS. Seventh race For two-year-olds; sell ing: five furlongs. Yellowstone, 117; -Triple Crown, 104; Manobala, 112; In fer, 107; Reprobate, 107; -Spectro. 97; Felucca, 104; -Valerie West. 103; Sargon 2nd (Imp.), 112: Burbank, 107. Apprentice allowance claimed. Weather clear; track slow. Marriage Licenses. Ira TV. Ttamey, Petersburg;, Va., and Mary O. Proctor. Petersburg. 'Wllllarn. 11 Dauer and Mildred R. Darrah. Luther W. Charlton and dtrtrude M. Nor ton ' DANCING MISS CHAPPELEAR, Dancing taught modernly. Class Tuesday evenlns 1111 Q ST. N. W PHONE NOTtTH 4114. OLOVEIV8, til 22d. Classes reopen eat. Sept. :. Classes Tun., Bat I'rlv lessons any hr, Mc Kallroom for rent to. Phone W. 1159. AMELIA NEIL8EN, Profeslonsl dancer, lste of New York, Instruction In ball room dancing. Kenols Building, 11th and O NMV, PROF. & MRS. HARTLY "?,$. lessons any hour, lia 10th st. mr, Est IK. Rational Illflrs Armory. O near th. Open Mon Tburs Bst, eves. Dancing " " f i" "" vrcnsira wim soloist, SUMMER RATES JJ,U 'TncT Msln M7S Prof Mr Wmdhsrr. SIS itfv 104 10a Col. Qas & Elec. K's 84 Col. Gas A Elec. Deb. t's....' 78 KAILJIOAD BONDS. Cap. Tractlonlt. R. S's 10CH Ana. Pot, Guar. S's 99 AnacostU & Potomac &'..... Vt City ft Suburban G's 101H Metropolitan It. R. 6's 104H Wash. Ry. & Elec. 4's 81 MISCEL.LANKOUU BONDS. Potomuc Elec. Conx. 5's 100?, Potomac Elec. I-t. S's W C. &. P. Telephone S'a 106', Amer. Tel. & Telga. 4'a 100 Amer, Tel. tc Telga. 4ft's 10M Amer. Grapho. 1st 4's 101V4 Washington Market 6's 1927... W Washington Market C's 1947.. 9tl W. M. Cold Storage Ss 98 N. tz W. Steamboat S's 10i U. S. Realty S'a 101 Rlggs Realty S'a (Long) 101 Rlggs Realty G'm (short) 101 PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS, Capital Traction Wi. Wash. Ry. & Elec. com 80V Wil h. Ry. & Elec.. pfd 81. N. & W. Steamboat 14S Washington Gas 71 Georgetown Gas ' Columbia Gas & Elec 241 Amer. Tel. & Telga: v. uzy, TYPE MACHINE STOCKS. Mergenthaler Linotype 158 iLanston Monotype 79 MINING STOCK. Greene Cananea 49 NATIONAL BANK 8TOCK8. American Nat Bank 150 Capital Nat. Bank 215 Columbia Nat, Bank 240 Commercial Nat Bank 194 District Nat Bank 140 Far. & Mrch. Nat Bank 2X5 Federal National Bank...... 155 Lincoln Nat Ba'nV.: '..!.... 160 Metropolitan 3?at Bank... r 107 Rlggs Nat Bank ...?. 475 Second National -Bank. u142- Nat. Bank oX Washington t'0 TRUST COMPANY SHOCKS. Amer. Sec. & Trust . 2SS National Sav. & Trust 271 Union Trust 120 Wash, Loan V Trust 228 Continental Trust la SAVINGS BANK STOCKS. Home Savings 416 Bank of Com. & Bav 13 East Wash. Sav. Bank 12V4 See Sav. & Com. Bank 160 FIRE INSURANCE STOCKS. Arlington FI.e Insurance.... I Firemen's Fire Insurance 18ft Ger.-Amer.. Fire Ins 270 Nat Union Fire Ins TITLE INBURANCB STOCKS. Columbia Title Insurance 6V4 (Real Estate Title Insuarnce... 78 U. 8. Realty Co 8V4 MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS. Chapln-Sacks 106 D. C. Paper Mfg. Co 126 Graphophone com 178 Graphophone pf. 172 Security Storage 185 Washington Market 17H ... , Today's Sales. Washington Railway 4'a. 81.000A81H, S1.000G81H. 81.00O381H. ll.OOOtfSltt, tl.OOOft) 8m. $l,000O81H. 500S2. Chesapeake and Potomao Telephone S'S. $1.000105Vi. Sl.OOO'ilOSVi, )1,00106U, S1.000&105U. Potomac Electric Consolidated S's, 81,000 101. 81,0003101, 81.0003101. Graphophone 1st 6's, 81.000O101H. Capital Traction, l827i, 10Q83. Washington Railway preferred, 6Q61Vi. Washington Loan and Trust, 3Q228. After call Washington Railway pre ferred, i8m, imw. Capital Traction, 4683. Potomac Electric Consolidated S's, Sl,000101. 107 107ft 81 101 iodft ioi h 10ft 83 86 160 ioo 26ft 160 82 160 260 210 ISO 218 158 205 COO 145 230 261 ili no 200 10 183 178 Wholesale Produce Market .EdOO-Nearby, fresh, 0Uo per dos.: Bouthern, JOo per dos. CUEKSE New rork new. lie er ikt Bat. llo psr lb.. BUTTEH Elgin print. Ho per Ik.: tna, llo per lb.: process, llo psr lb. LIVE POULTnr-Hens, 20c per lb. J lire chickens, IMQUa per lb. . LIVE STOCK, Veal calves, test, U12Ho "!r u,;A-hv,,,.v10"r10 . Ib-i ' sheep, 4Hw3o per lb.; spring lambs, lOHOUs per lb. AMUSEMENTS B.F. KEITH'S sxp THE OnEATEflT DANCEftg OF ALU ADELAIDE & HUGHES Company of Fifteen Artists In "The Garden of the World" 0nvUe Vlrlan Tobln In 'The Age of Reason." Eight Others Added for Fun. NEXT WEEK Henry Lewis dt Co. Muriel Worth. Etc. National Theatre aborn ?::;.?; two Weeks Only Sinning Monday, Sept. 25 ""irtHT WEBK-Mon , "The Jewels of I idonna;" Tues . "Madam IJutterfly:" W. ' FlrtHT Wsdon Mat, the Wed tat.. "The Jen els of the Madonna;'' Night. 'Lucia:" Thurs.. "Doheme:" frl . "rh.n! grin:" Sat. mat., "Madam Butterfly:" Night "II Trovatore." SECOND WEEK'S TtEPUHTOinB ta be announced later. Seats now on sale for all performances PRICES, :So ta ll.M. , t-Vt Mmi, High. Luw. Oose. Oose. Am.Boet Sugar Co . 9i 92 94U I W!i American Can, . . . 64tt 63Ts 64Vi 63ft American C. tc F., 68U 67ft 7S I 67 Amer. Ice Security. 29ft 23H H I 29ft Amer. Locomotive. 79ft 78ft 79ft I Amer. Smelting. . . .108ft 108ft 107ft 1 108ft Am. S. It., com. . . . 110H 110ft 110ft 1 112ft Amer. Tel. & Tel. 133ft 133 WT'llSJ Amer. Woolen Co 8 48 48 I 47tt Anaconda 911 90ft 91ft I 90U Atchison 106ft 106VM06ft 1 106 Baldwin Loco. Wks. 90ft 89ft J90V4 I 89ft Baltimore & Ohio 8ft 89ft 89ft I 89ft B. F.Goodrich 72ft 72ft 72ft I ButtH ft Sup. Cop. Co. 66ft 63ft 64ft I 64ft California Pettol 24 22ft 24 I 22 Ocntrnl Leather 64 63ft 64 I 63ft Chesapeake Ohio. . 6SVI 64ft 64ft I 64ft Chi.. Mil. & St I' Wit 96H W C. R. I. & P. Ry.. 1H ft wUlllft Col. Fuel & Iron 65ft 64 ,65ft I 65ft Corn Piotlucts 16 16 1 I Crucible Steel Co 96 94ft 96ft I 94ft Crucible Steel pf 120VI 119ft 120ft 1 119 Distillers' Becur ... 48ft 48ft 48ft I 48ft IJrle 39ft J S9ftl 39ft Erie; 1st pf 6T 68V. 68ft I 64 General Electric... 176V. 173 173'i 1 172ft Greet North, pfd 120 120 120 1 1 Great. North. Ore... 43U 43 43ft I 42ft Inspiration Copper... 61ft 61ft 61ft I 61 Int Mercantlle.Mar.. 49ft 48t 48ft . 48ft Kt nnecott Copper ... 62ft 52ft- 62ft1 62. Lackawanna Steel .. 84ft 84. 84ft 1 84ft Maxwell Motor 93ft 9lft 93 I 91ft Mexican Petrol 116 114ft H6ft 1 115ft Miami Copper 37ft S7V JTft I 87ft Nat Enamel 81ft 30ft soft I 30ft National Lead 70ft 70 70ft I N. Y. Central 108ft 108 108ft 1 108 N.Y., N. II. &H 61W 61 61 I lft N. Y. O. & W 27ft 27ft 27ft I Norfolk tc Western. ..13W 131' 131ft 1 131ft P.nni. n. II. " 'B7. 67 67ft I 67ft CO 69H 60 W 26ft 26 26ftl 24ft Rail 8. 8pgs.. xm... 65V.-64 64 I W Rep. Iron &,Stfl. .. 67ft66ft 67ft I 67ft Reading I. .:'.... .USft-lllft lKftllllft Southern Pac.T." 100ft7looft looft 1 101M Bouthern Rwy 25 24ft 26 I 25 South. Hwy.-pfd 68ft' . 8ft ( 68ft Studebaker Corp lSlft ISO HI 1 1' Tenn. Copper: 2Sft" 26s ' I 2Sft Union Pacific 147ft 45ft 147ft 1 14 Union Pac. pfd 82 82 82 I 81 U. B. Ind. Alcohol. 131ft 129 18l. 1 130 U. S. Steel 108ft 107ft 108 1 107ft Utah Copper 86ft 86 86 I 86ft West. Maryland 29ft 29ft 29 I 29ft Wesfhouse. Elec 66ft 64 65ft 64 T OPENS UNSTEADY Parlor Cars Barred to Plattsburg Rookies ' PLATTSBURG, Sept. 19.-New York, Brooklyn and Jersey rookies are dis satisfied because of an arrangement by army officers to send them home at the close of tho hike on October 6 In the same manner that a few companies of regulars would be shipped. They will be marched up to day coaches, ordered aboard and the Gov ernment will pay the expenses to Phila delphia. Tho Government lias announc ed It would pay railroad fares and sub Istence ot the men coming here. Those who have been and gone will receive checks. Alt , who came from New York and vicinity were In parlor cars, bought their own tickets ant) expected to re turn as they came. . Club Refused License Unless It Goes "Dry" NORRISTOWN. Pa.. Sept 1.-Judg Swartz refused to grant a charter to the Fellowship Club, of Gwyncrfd val ley, unless the application atlpulated that Intoxicating liquors will not te sold at the club. E. J. Bennett, ot Lanadale. who ap peared as counsel, told the court that the "dty" clause will be Inserted. Crucible Steel Makes Gain of . 1, But General List Is i Irregular. .NEW YORK. Sept. 19,-Cruclble Steel advanced lft to 95ft at the opening of the stock exchange today, responding to yealerdai'a dividend action. The general list was Irregular. United States Steel as off ft at 107, and Texas Company opened at 219, up 2. Reading leU the rolls and Anaconda led the coppers In strength during the first hour, both gaining lft. General Electric sold up 2ft to 175. Continental Can again set a new record at 107. 'Sales for the first hour were nearly 300.000 shares. fres. 8 Car. com. RVy'dpcdiV'" BELGIUM PROTESTS . "ENFORCED LOAN" Legation Lodges Complaint With State Department. The Belgian legation In Washington has submitted to the Htate Department a protest against alleged action of the German government In ordering banks of Belgium to subscribe to a forced German loan of a billion f tunes. This loan amounts to forced taxation the Belgian protein clinrges. in direct violation of The Hague eoncntlons. The State Department has taken no action on the protest, which Is in line with similar charges made during the wnr of international law violations by the belligerents. Asks For a Divorce, t Cruelty Is Alleged Alleging cruelty, Mary E. Clementa to day; appealed to the District Supremo. Court Xor legal separation from her husband, Theophtlus J. Clements, an un dertaker. Justice McCoy Issued a rule requiring Clements to show cause September 23 why he should not pay his wlfo alimony pending the suit. The petition states that the couple, were married In Annapolis November 24, 1914. and lived together until September 15 last Mrs, Clementa asks for per manent maintenance. Her attorney Is W. A. Coombe. Asks For Probate Of Von Ezdorf Will Mary C von Eudorf today petitioned the Probate Court to admit to probate the 'will of her husband. Dr. Rudolph IT von Exdorf, of the Public Health Service, who died September 8 In Un colnton, N. C, The estate conalats of life Insurance, the value of which Is not given, and personal property, estimated at 83,950. Lettera testamentary are sought by the widow. FINANCIAL AMUSEMENTS TONICJIIT, 8120 LSI AT. WED. BEI.ASC0 Auspicious Opening of the Season Oliver Morosco Presents a New Comedy "UP-STAIRS AND DOWN 19 By Frederic and Fanny Hatton. Authors ot "Years of Discretion," and Co-Authors of "The Great Lover" Staged by Itobert Milton. WITH A TYPICAL MOItOHCO CAST nwimwvwm KIWI BEN WELCH and inn nuniiKsiuiEns An Entertainment U Will Appreciate. NEXT WEEK PUBS lUBS. PO LI'S Tonight NilB ., ?Z -' 2He..00e. TBo Uats. Tue Thur,, and Sat., J6o and 86s. A draml Production of the, New and Beautiful Irish Idyl "LITTLE PEGGY CHvIOORE" Neat Week THE NATIWAL LAW EQUITABLE CO-OPERATIVE BUILDING ASSOCIATION Assets, $3,169,143.47 No Limitations As To Payments ou do not hae to limit yourself to the regulsr monthly payment. This Is one of the adsntages of borrow Ing money from the Equitable money loaned on real estate or to take up mortgages, - NO BROKERAGE NO COMMISSIONS. Applications Promptly Acted On. EQUITABLE BUILDING 915 F ST. N. W. jonv JOY E11HO.V, President. PltANK P. nKESIDE, Secretary. The Safest Investments Are those that do not fluctuate during die. turbed conditions of the money or stock mar kets. First deed of trust notes (first more cages), well secured on real estate In the District of Columbia, conetltute '"gilt-edge" Investments, and.they do not depend upon the financial responsibility et Individuals or cor porations for their stability. We pan supply euch Investments In sjnounts from UM up. ward. Send for booklst, "Concerning Loans and Investmsnts." SWARTZELL, RHJSEM & HENSEY CO., t UTII aTRBET N. W. Will il LOEWS COLUMBIA sssart a P mAiuv ast NOW PLAYING, VALENTINE GRANT in "The Daughter of MacGregor" grand pipe Organ. Symphony Orchestra. BurfcfQttt ftrtttf KSSSffffil YMJI .Vtt El noma of (he Independent Burlesque Circuit UNCLE SAM'S BELLES1 W.B.Hibbs&Co.S Hibbs Building Members New Terk Stock Exchange. New York Cotton Bixchange. Chicago Board of Trad. Washington Stock Exchange, LOCAL BTOCK3 Bought and sold on sains favorable terms as we offer for trading In New York stocks and bonds, si wmn ni ii ! si.it ? FINANCIAL FINANCIAL FINANCIAL See Current itr Industrial and Mining Age FOR Buying Advice on Emma Copper United Verde Ext. " Inspiration Needles , Ariz. Copperfields These are Arizona copper and Utah silver-lead issues which have been making wonder-working gains in price on the New York Curb and appear clearly headed "For very much higher levels. The Industrial and Minjng Age gives all the facts. , THE Industrial and Mining Age .r Has Urged the Purchase of Mercantile Marine, pref . From $30 up to present quota tions of around $123. Mercantile Marine, com. From $8 up to present quotations of around. $40. United Verde Extension From 32c up to present quota tions of around $39. Arizona Copperfields From 25c up to present quota tions of around $3. Inspiration Needle; From 69c up to present quota tions of around $1,371. Emma Copper From 18c up to present quota tions of around 63c. Etc., Etc., Etc. Advised AGAINST Buying Tennessee Copper From $60 down to present quotations of around $26Yi Maxim Munitions From $14 down to present quotations of around $5. Triangle Film ' From $7 down to present quotations of around $2y. Jumbo Extension From $4 down to present quotations of around 35c. Stewart Mining From $2Yi doivn to present quotations of around 25c. Success Mining From 94c down to present quotations of around 33c. Etc. Etc., Etc. You MUST read the INDUSTRIAL AND MINING AGE if you want to keep RIGHT on the leading industrial and metal mining issues. The INDUSTRIAL AND MINING AGE "print, the facts." An avowed House Organ, written and published in New York's great financial district, it has the biggest following among professionals and investors generally of any publication of its kind in the United States. 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