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.V 'A' -Ut" " c , 1 1 TftE , AVASffiN&TON TIMES," MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 25; 1910; XI H" The Influence of the War on the Football Season By Goldberg - VWSWVKA L6MBfc7 tf TTe COLLEGES UirVJT l WrfeQAWsL WOP U OfWlS IO ail vr : ; . OMCE ? ' t v :uf.mw.v i : w , ' . ' mnnr-nnY ; , .yoSTOOM;SS, o our which of . ( M i CBtO'IlAav fe r; t i (mmio' g-Y"73sl V. TT? (ft f ' V bMs I must Hoe A l M V PUIOU aa&vcmv. Aocr rfas' Art. 1 I ca HILLTOP ELEVEN , MUST mOP LINE 1.088 of Ward, Mahlum, Rtzgor , aid, Barron, and Corcoran Likely to Be Serious. By BRYAN MORSE. Georgetown's real problem la the development of a capable line to sus tain Its bnckneld. The Hllltoppers have lost Ward. Mahlum. Fitzgerald, nd Barron, a quartet of linemen that Cannot be triplicated this season. The center trio. Mahlum. Fltzcerald ftnd Darron. bore the brunt of the vork on defense, and, with the, run lnir fcame, developed so well by Coach Exendlne last fall, furnished the main Interference. FltXKerald; work In cuttlntr through to second defense and the sklrtlnc work of the Kuards In leading the Interference pave Wall. Ollroy. and Lelithtv Hne opportunities to ciick oil iuhk um. Wnrd"s -work was rated as Rood ns , nny memo in ino octnun. u - than held his own with other tackles pnd worked nicely with Cueack on left end. Corcorn. the right-flanker, Is also numbered among the missing. He was an adept In catching the forward passes hurled by Johnny Ollroy and his nll-around defensive ability will be a missing factor. Georgetown's backfleld Is not only In tact, but there nre several notable ad ditions. Jim O'Boyle. Jim Bijlllvan. Tom Whelun. l.eo Cody, and Johnny McQuade aptsear to be making Koort with n veiiKfance. There Is a chance that n second string Back nclu will bo worked up capable of giving tho first tea ma run for Its money at all times. "Red" Cusack. who played left end Inst season, is back on the Job and it win be a difficult matter for any of the newcomers to displace him. Cu rnck has the experience, grit and nblllty In addition to the weight and peed. Nell Cronon. last year's sub, is waking a try for the other end. Dan O'Connor. Georgetown's only regular lineman, will probably be nble to retnln his Jackie position, ward mid 0'C6nnor were a strong pair, last reason. Frank Green, Lfiry Greene, Crowe. Showalter, and Tracey look like the best chances for this year's line. The Blue and Gray coach makes no hones of saying he will have to devel op' a new line. Several of the new comers appear to stack up as strong candidates. It will be necessary, how ever, to build up a tight defense In order to allow the famous backfleld to ret going. Wednesday and Thursday of this iweek the Maryland Aggies will probably journey over to the Hilltop to give the Hllltoppers a scrimmage. Conch Hynl lias promised to bring his Maryland Htaters" twice during the next few days Georgetown will have no chance to get veal action before the Navy Knmi. There will probably be a numDor ot Blue and Gray men looking over the Middles when they stack up agalnt XMcklnson on Saturday. The Maryland ARgles wilt nlso be there to see the Venn players In action, as they come to College Park on October 7 for a game With Coach Byrd's team. Football Flashes. Coach Tom Keady has taken a fancy to Brunner, the former Tome School etar, and has placed him at halfback pn the varsity. This Is his first year fin the team. Lungren, former Hwarthmore Prep Quarterback, Is u. candidate for the West fVlrrlnla team, which plays at Penn tiexi Saturday. , Eddie Bennls, coach of the Vlllanova team, was one of the spectators at Franklin Field on Saturday. His Main JIne team opens its season at Hutgen tin Saturday. Freshman practice starts at Penn to Par, Coach Lon Jourdet has issued the tall, and will look over the future stars for the first time this afternoon. Cornell officially starts its practice to flay. It Is the latest start at Ithaca In years. Coach Al Sharpe did not reach the university until Saturday. He has keen summering at Chautauqua, N. Y. With the Braves Apparently out of the National League pennnnt race It Is understood that Percy Haughton will take charge of the Harvard football team 4hta week. According to a dispatch from the Hub last night the man who has built so many championship teams rit Cambridge will assumo his old job on Wednesday. Charley Barrett. Cornell's famous duarterback of 1918, will play profes sional football with a tenm In Pitts burgh. Scott, Iake and Lowe, the former Kxeter stars, who helped Lafayette so materially last season, have returned to the Easton college. I aS&S,.or fAcui- taases fop. tTCMWrp ep -rue rJATtOrJArL csV- aDCrrieixlVPQ.RjBMft. WE - t?AivAr& A. raoAVle cLRASIS - cowaefesfci tvs sopvor op wfcses wb isafe. SS3? Mlr TTI CTBkOT -1 vv I r niAWi v ir- HI dW illlli 111! Ill il uiL' v --rSECu ...... . r- - - - . UBi' w-- . w-cwmMMV f. jit- "vviriw-' Big League Biffers of a Pay. AB. H. TB. Ave. Cobb, Tiger 4 4 6 1.000 Kav'nagh, Indians 111 1.000 Judge, GrifTa.... Ill 1.000 Seibold, Macks.. 8 2 8 .667 Shotton, Browns 8 2 3 .667 Miller, Browns.. 3 2 3 .667 Foster, Griffs... 6 3 5 .600 Milan, GrifTs.... 5 8 3 '.600 Strunk, Macks.. 4 2 2 .500 Magce, Yanks... 4 2 2 .500 Hooper, Red Sox 4 2 2 .500 Carrigan, R. S... 2 1 2 .500 Gardner, Red Sox 2 11 .500 CONFERENCE TEAMS HAVE SEASONED MEN Many Veterans nn Elevens Presage Great Fight for Title Honors. CHICAGO. Sept. 26.-A merry fight for championship hnnom In th "hiir nine," otherwise known as the West ern conference, appears certain this year. Minnesota, which was tied 1t vo.r for the title, losos only four men by Hmuuauon. wnicago win nave almost an entire team of veterans. Illinois will offer Htrnncr (innnBltlnn a1ft.m.l. .....w.t of last year's stars will be missing. juwtt a emry win oe ouiu around many veterans. Ohio State and Purdue, however, have sent out tales of distress, but as they rarely cut, much of a figure In deciding the conference championship, their teams will -be about what is expected. Cleo O'Donnell, now coach at Purdue. Is expected to put a better (earn In the field than that which represented the Indiana college last fall! Indiana, with a team built around several of last year's stars, and with Coach Ewald O. Stlehm In charge, will be the dark horse entry. Stlehm had wonderful success at Nebraska University, and his efforts at Indiana will be watched with more than ordinary interest. Wisconsin, with a goqd number of men left over, will be a strong factor In the rare. Northwest ern probably will offer only Its usual feeble resistance. Twelve seasoned veterans nnswered the call at Minnesota a few days ago when practice began. Only four players of last year's great team are definitely lost. These are Duunlgan, guard; Al Qulst. end: Turnqulst, tackle, and Bler man. halfback. This year's line-up will show the following veterans. Boston, end; Sinclair, guard; llenaen, "center: j i uuoer, incKie; ioiig, quarterback; Johnson, Wyman. llellentyne, Kleffman and .Sprafkn, backs. Tnwnley and May Jor, disqualified tackles on the 1914 eleven, may be back. They were ie moved last year as Ineligible. Jackson, Kahn, Gordon, Norgren, Pershing, Uondvlnskl, nrelof, Brody, Day, Fisher, Harper, Hawk, KnlUch clld, O'Connell, Shueffer. and Tnwnley are back at Chicago. Illgglns. Annan. Gemmll, Curtis, Ilenlsh, Multon, and Whyte are new men expected to fight iiuiu iur icifuiur positions. Blosker's graduation leaves a big hole In Purdue's lines, and Coach O'Donnell will have a great deal of trouble in filling his place. Indiana. : be, the first of the "big nine" schools to get Into action, a game being scheduled for Bloomlngton on September 30. May Cut Down. WOHCESTIDIt. Rent. 2nH,.l..,. among directors of the Eastern Base ball League, at a special meeting here was said to favor a league of eight clubs next year Instead of ten clubs with which the past season started. Manager Duffy, of Portland, was given permission to transfer his franchise to another city. Holdouts Report. TOLEDO, dhlo. Sept. 25.-Outfle!der Fluhrer and Third Baseman Hoffman reported to the Toledo American As sociation club here today: Both have been holdouts since the Central League closed. Both players were farmed to Springfield early In the season and were ordered to report back several days ago. X '. stStnv Gem .UfcOSC cyiiwcf-tes ., f"H LAUREL TRCK WILL First Stake Races to Be Run Off on Opening Day of Meeting. Laurel Park. Washington's only race course, now that Bennlng Is closed, will open Its gates next Monday, a week from today, and 'then will come contests that will decide the championships In the two-year-old and the all-aged di visions of racers. The steeplechasers also will have their battles to decide which Is the best Jumper of the 1918 sea son. The fact that The Finn, H. C. Hallen beck's great son of Ogden and Llvoma, who won the two big stakes at Havre de Grace, has beaten Stromboll, Itoamcr, Short Grass, and Spur, does not settle the championship by any means. The Finn has had all the best of the track conditions and racing luck, and when they come to Laurel Park conditions win De amerent. The Laurel Park track is perhaps the fastest In the country. A new top dressing has been put on since last season and the track regraded, Thlch makes it, In the opinion of train ers who have horses now at the course, the very best in the East. Harry F. Brelvogle. assistant to Manager Winn, prophesied that miles will be run better than 1:38 before a week has passed. The Finn. Roamer, Stromboll, Short Grass, and Spur, not to speak of lesser lights of the turf, will meet for the first time at Laurel In the Baltimore Handi cap, to be run the first Saturday of the meeting. Roamer has always shown a great liking for the Laurel track. He It Is who holds the world's record for a mile and a furlong, made at the Laurel course In 1914. Roamer was always Stromboll's conqueror at Laurel Park, ns well as the conqueror of all others, and Trainer Goldsborough still has faith that the son of Knight Errant can beat The Finn, or any other horse over the Laurel course. The first stake of the meeting will be the Laurel Handicap to be run the open ing day. Monday. October 2. It closed with, forty-two nominations. Including such good ones as Water Lady, Sir Ed- Kar, imi rranti. nuna isaggage. High Noon. Paddv Whack. Prlnre nt Cnmn Sand Marsh, He Will, Kewassa, Hanson, oquceicr, mp o me .Morning, crank, Leocharca, A. N. Akin and Ormesdale. Havre de Grace Race Entries for Tomorrow Flrtt race For maldtn two.vor.nl.!.; !!. Ing; five furloongt. I-ady Hob. Ill; EJ Osr-! rlson, IW. Chlfa. 107: Supernal, US; Pone ue iro(i. jioi aiaruieiiffita, liu; Flare, Ho. Hrcond rac For tliree-ear-olda and up; ateeplecliaae: aelllnK; about two mllca. Pro moter, 145; l'ay HtraW. US; Meahach, 110; Hand Kunnlni, 1H; Aberfeldy. 140; Be quence, 140; 'Chai. P. Grainier, 147, Third race-For marea; all a sen handicap; alx furlong.. Fair lUlfn, 1M; f'tsky, HI; Anltn, 117: rielone, 114; Fenmou.t, lZO; Inia Frank. 110; Ittglna, 117. Fourth race-All aftea tiandlran; elllnc; mite nnd a alxttentli. Stalwart Helen, 111; Utile Nearer. 106; Jem, 112; Old Urooni. 09; Madame Herrmann, 93; Huccesa, 100; Tramlt. JOS; Eddie Henry, 103. Fifth rare-For two-year-old.; (elllnc five and a half furlonj.. niue Uraaa Hell. 110; Triple iTrown. 10; Yellow Htone. lit; Green ree, 110; Hllter Handala, lot; Fantam Ilala, 100; neautlM! Mom, 113; rlaiilla. lit; flpec. tre, M; Chatterbox. JCJ; llurbank, 1M; stal wart Van, 103. Sixth race-For inaldena; all a sea: mile and seventy yards. Kins Hltnon. US;. Deokmate, 98; Friar Nought, US: Polonium (Imp.), S; Melodrama, 93; Porln. 115; Precise, 93; Sepoct, 1. Seenth race For four-yearolda and up; aelltnc mile and a furlong. Flrtml, 102; Thought Header 102; Hhepherdeia, 97; Blum- Derer, in; uay uay, iv:; Apprentice allowance claimed. Weather cloudy, track fait. ' ( Insurance Co. Receivers May Distribute Assets Justice McCoy today signed an order permitting Alvlri G. Bolt, re ceiver, and John A. Kelly, limited receiver to distribute HBO, 000 of the assets of the Franklin Insurance Company between the stockholders. The order requires the latter to give a bond' to reimburse the company for the full nmount distributed should It be needed to liquidate affairs of the company, the dissolution ot which Is now In proecss, Want Game Suttday. The" Highland A. C, Is without a ff&au for. Sunday, October 1, and wpuld Ilk to arrange a contest with sonie strong eleven. For games address'c. V, Etxler, Maple View place, Anacostla, D. C. The team held a two-hpiir practice at Po tomac League ParH yesterday, Most of the time was devoted to new plays, and about forty minutes of scrimmage was held. OPEN TODAY WEEK jkXiUiamdMJMumuhr I T5s. r 1 M f of LOCAL AND NEW YORK FINANCIAL NEWS STEEL SELLS FOR 120 AT OPENING Commotjity Shows Advance of $3 Since Saturday Frac tional Gains Elsewhere. NEW YORK. Sept. 25. With a gain since Saturday of S3 a share. United States Street sold at a new record of 120 a share when the Stock Ex change opened today. Gains of frac tions were general elsewhere In the market. Anaconda Copper crossed par for a record pries of 100 V4 during the first hour and Inspiration sold to a new high at V4. Utah Copper sold at 99 i and other Copper and Smelting shares moved up In response to the gigantic copper order from the British government, announced Saturday, More than one-quarter of the sales In a million and a quarter share morning session were In Steel, which was quoted at 119-tt at noon. Anaconda set a new high at 101 S. In spiration at 67 Ji. and American Smelt ers sold at 117. Republic Steel Jumped nearly five points, selling at 72Vi on reports ot record earnings. New York Stocks. All transactions la stocks ar on tn baala of dollars and fractions thereof. Quotations furnished by W. ll. Hlbbs A Co., members ot New Tork Stock Exinange Ulbba Huildlng. 1:10 rut High. Low. p.m. Close Alaska Q. M. Co.. IS U IS I 13t Allls Chal 26 2SVi 26 I 2M4 Am. Beet Sugar Co.. 964 American Can, . ..6Wi American C. & F., 68 Am. Hide & Leather. 12U 94H MHI 96 MV etttl 64i 67H 7il 67H 1M 12 I UH Amer. Ice Security. 29 2SH 2SM 28!t Amer. Locomotive. BOH 79 8014 1 79H Amer. Smelting.... 117 llSVilWttllKH Am. 8. R., com.... 11114 llty 111K I lIM Amer. Tel. & Tel. 133K 1S2W 1S2W 1 1S3 Amer. Woolen, Co 49W 48V4 49U I i&. Anaconda 1Q0H 991 10) I 97 Atchison ,...106106 106 iioovi Baldwin Loco. Vks.. 89 8i 7!fc7H Baltimore & Ohio 89U 8754 80H I 88i B.F.Goodrich 72 7214 7214 I 72. Butte & Sup. Cop. Co. 66 6314 C6 I 6414 Central Leather 7414 72 72 714 Chesapeake A Ohio... 66 6Mi 66i I 6814 Chlno Consol. Copper 69 6614 67 I 64 nil.. MM. St. 1 M 6, t6 19514 ConsolldateifOas. 138 137 1S714 1 158 19 1814 19HI 1814 104 104 104 I , 16V 16V Vt I G9 UU UU 66Vi 95 (2 94li j 92H m 162 162 116414 4714 464 47 I 4714 C R. l.tP.Ry Continental Can Co. Corn Products Col. Fuel & Iron.... Crucible Steel Co.... Del. & Hudson Distillers' Secur.... Erie Erie 1st pf General Electric... Great. North. Ore. 4014 37 40 I 39 UK 64 64UI 64 176i 173J4 17414 1 174 45 4314 46 I 4314 ,UB1 1)854 11SH 1 118 Great North, otd. Ullnolp Central.. ..103 102V4 103 103 Inspiration Copper.. Int. Mercantile Mar.. K. C. Southern 6714 66 67 I 6614 46 46 45 I 46 , 26 26 26 I 26 . 671't 66 66H I 661-i Kennecott Cqpper. Lackawanna Bteel.... 86 84 84 84 Lehigh Valley, Bltt Bl cm 1 10 99 96 96 I 92 113 HI 111 I 112 41- -39(4 40i'89H- Maxwell Motor Mexican Petrol. Miami Copper.. Uuf TCnAmAl oaU 94 29 I National Lead 1S w'1 Wt ! mi STKL 10914 107 108 108 N. Y.. N. II. & II 10 6914 60 I 00 N. X O. & W 26 2 26 I 7 Northern racific lis l" l f J Penna. nvlt....: 67 H W Pres. S Car. com.... 61 60 60 60 Ray Con. Copper 26 26 M Rail B, Spgs'.. com... 64 5314 68 64 Rep. Iron & Steel,... 71 t68 TON 67 Reading U3 1UH 118 1UH Southern Pac aoi 101 101 101 Southern Rwy 24 24 24 24 Btudebaker Corp 184 131 182 1 182 Tarin. Copper.., 24 23 24 24 Crrdon Pacific 149 147 H9 I iu U, S. Ind. Alcohol. 130 128 Ki I U. 8. Rubbr com.... 56 68 68 I 69 U, 8. teel 120 117 1184 1 113 U S. Steel pfd m U114 121 1 121 Utah (Jopper 9W. W MHI 96 V.-Csr.Chernlcat.... i4H 44 44 I 44 West'hoUie. Else...,. 64 u M 4 Willys Over. Co 46 46 46 I 45 iVl SO LAb ( AtoPttie IS 3OI0cS V I " SSMETrMftoi 5WET ftMCs SA BC CON9iaoo Local Bond Market. GOVF.RNMENT BONDS. Bld.Atked. Reg. 28 '.Kit, .. Coupon 2's OSTi ... Reg. S'S 1UUW ... Coupon 3's 100H ... Reg. 4's 109H ... Coupon 4's luiTi ... 3.BS' ll!i ... u. s. u. s. U. 8. u. s. u. s. i;. s. u. c. GAS BONDS. Geo. Gas Cert. Ind. B's lOiVi Georgetown Ons 6's I0l Wash. Qaa G's 107 Col. Gas & Elec. S's St Col. uas & Elec. Deb. 0's.... 73 RAILROAD BONDS. Cap. Traction R. R. 6's 107 Ana. Hot. uuar. 6'a 100 Anacostla & Potomac &'s.... W City & Suburban S's Kit Metropolitan R. h. 5's 10m Wash. Ry. & Elec 4's l0Ti 107 & 107H i'Ai 10314 Sl'.i MISCELLANEOUS BONDS. Potomac Eire. Cons. S's 10H, 101',4 Potomac Etc. Lt. S's to; lOd C. & P. Telephone S's 10l?i Amer. Tel. & Tclga. 4's 100 Amer. Tel. & Tclga. 4ft'a ita Am. Graphophonc 1st 6's.... 101V4 Washington Market S's 1927... 96 Washington Market 6's 1947.. 96 W. M. Cold Storage 6's !5 N. A- W. Stcumbout 5's lui U. 3. Realty S's 101 10314 10114 WW Rlggs Realty (long) S's lli 10214 Rlggs Realty S's (short) 101 PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS. Capital Traction W Wash. Ry. & Kite, com m Wash. Ry. ft Elec. pf 2U N. & V. BtcHtnboot 147 Washington Gas 71 Georgetown Gas Columbia Gas & Elec X Am. Tel. & Tel 132'; TYPE MACHINE STOCKS. Meergvnlhaler Linotype .... lf-94 Lanston Monotype 7H MINING STOCK. Greno Cananca IS NATIONAL BANK STOCKa American National Bank.... ISO Capital Nat. Bank 215 Columbia Nat. Bank 240 Commercial Nat. Bunk 194 District National Bank HO Far. & Mrch Nut Hunk 2V Federal National Bank 130 Lincoln Nat. Hunk liji Metropolitan Nat. Bank IIS Rlggs Nat. Bank S.o Second National Bank 142 Nat. Bank of Washington .. 222 TRUST COMPANY STOCKS. Amer. Sec. It Trust 255 M'.i 160 71T4 100 27 160 10 1G0 2S0 210 160 24S 168 iro 600 145 220 265 122 ISO National Sav. & Trust 2il Union Trust 122 Wash. Loan & -Trust 228 Continental Trust 125 SAVINGS BANK STOCKS. Home Savings 416 Bank of Com. & Sav 12 Cast Wash. Sav. Bank 12Vi Sec. Sav. & Com. Bank ISO 200 FIRE INSURANCE STOCKS. Arlington Fire Insurance.... 9 10 Firemen's Firo Insurance 1SV4 ... Gcr.-Amer. Flro Ins 270 .. Nat. Union Fire Ins 6 ... TITLE INSURANCE STOCKS. Columbia Tltlo Insurance 1 ... Real Estate Title Insuarnce... 78 U. S. Realty Co SV4 ... MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS. Chapln-Sacks im D. C. Paper Mfg. Co 1"R .. Grapho. com 179 lfS Grapho. pfd 171 17s Med. Trans. & Stor ll Security Storage 183 Washington Market 1714 .. UU-l CT FINANCIAL CAPITAL LOANS Real Estate or Collateral Every consideration is shown the applicant for a loan by the officers of this Company, who will be pjeased to have you call and consult them about your requirements. Every application is considered confidential and current rates of interest only are charged. The Washington Loan and Tfust Company, Corner Ninth and F Sta. N. VV OFFICERS JOHN JOY EDSON President ELLIS SPEAR Vice President JOHN B. LARNER Vice President and General Counsel ANDRRW PARKER... Vice President HARRY G. MEEM Treasurer BOYD TAYLOR.. Assistant Treasurer ' THOMAS BRADLEY Renl Estate .Officer FREDERICK EICHKLBEROER Trust Officer SURPLUS BANKERS REQUEST HEARING BY BOARD Washingtonians Appeal Applica tions to Serve as Directors of More Than One Institution '. Several Washington bank and trust .company officers nnd directors whose i applications for permission to serve on the directorate of inoro than one ' bank or trust company have been de- tiled bv the Ecdernl Reserve Board have requested a hearing by the board. The Reserve Hoard has ten tatively net Tutfday. October 5. as the date on which the appeals will be ' I no Reserve Board Is not making nubile the names of appellants from Its decisions on the applications. Recently the reserve bonrd promul gated nn order forbidding any officer or director of any bank or trust com pnny located within a zone bounded by Sixteenth strict on the west. Thirteenth street on the cast. Pennsylvania ave nue on the south, and H street on the north from serving as officer or director of any other bank or trust company located In the zone. This ruling was made In connection with the Kern amendment to the Clay ton null-trust law which will become! cncctlvc October 16. next. Today's Sales. Washington Gas S's. HOMjIOTU. Capital Traction S's, S1.COW1U7. ll.UWr 107. ILOOOfilW. , . ItlgRM Realty (long) .Vs. $2.O)H102. Washington Railway pfd, SfjKtt. b'fl 8214. 2fif2. Mcrgcnthalcr Linotype. 81(160. .2IC0, IXKjKO. American Security nnd Trust, 10W55, 5H235. . , After call. WHsninston "as jjgnt, 5j71i. Capital Traction. 10fi82. ICftM. . Union Trust Compay. 10TU22. Washington Ra'lwoy 4's. H.OOCfiSl'i. I2.0WfiSUi. 2.000tl8m. Mergentlmler, 10ftl594, lOffhWi. 1W 159,. 10A1694. Potomac Electric Consolidated 6 , 1.0UOE101V Washington Gas S's. Jl.OOOflWi. Wholesale Produce Market, ! KtlGB Nearby, fr"fh. 3:tj3c per dot.; 8uuthern. 10631c ier dos. CHKKSn-New Vurk new, :oHe per lb. Hl'TTBN Klgln print. 3"c per lb.; tub. S6c er lb. I.IVB rori.THY-llena, :04t2lc per lb.; ihkkfiu. -Jinnc per lb. I.IVK HTOCK Veal rsUea, choice. 114312c Iter lb. i ordinary, 9ul0c per lb.; fat aheap, BtrS'ic tier lb.; tprlnir lainba. choice, tlOIJn ;er lb. FINANCIAL $1,000,000 $1,100,000 mm PRICES ON LOCAL' WART STAY FIRM Trading Not Heavy on Any One Issue, But Covers Wide Range'. While trading was not hea-y In any particular Issue on the Washington Stock Exchange today, the broader market that developed maintained the volume of activity at a level comparable with the average of the previous week. Prices In the majority of Instances re mained firm. Mergenthaler Linotype stock was the most active Issue. After thirty shares had sold at ICO, as compared with a previous price of 159. a total of forty shares changed hands at prices ranging from 153 to 159. Capital Traction stock eased off, an odd lot of twenty shares selling 1 82, or a point under the recently prevailing figure. A total of fifteen shares of American Security and Trust Company was disposed of at 256, the bid figure which wa four points under the last sale price. The bid for quotations of Washington Railway and Electric preferred stock was advanced of a point, to SHi. and thirteen shares of the stock brought 82. "other sties Included $8,000 worth of Waohlngtmi Railway and . Electric 4 per cent bonds at 81 to 81V4: lS.0fm woUh of Capita) Traction B's. at 10.: J2.000 worth of Rlggs Realty (long) 6's. at 102;' a PutQinac Electric. Power Con solidated 5, at 1014:' 31.600' worth of Washington Gas S's, at 107: five shares of the stock of the sarne cqmpany at 71,. nnd ten shares of Union Trust Company stock at 122. The Security Storage Company has declared the regular quarterly divi dend of 2 per cent, payable October 10 to stockholders of record Scpternfcer SO. FINANCIAL Capital Knrned. Surplus .11,000,000 .81,000.000 C ns in every ten. individuals in the District, approxi mately, is a depositor of this bank. We have rrip're than 33,000 open accounts. Such evidence of public con fidence is proof positive of stability and the right sort of service. gaTName Rate of Interest Paid on bath Larue and Small ncconota. National Savings and Trust Company Cor. 15th and N. Y. Ave. FIFTIETH YEAR. 1- N.L Carpenter & Co. Main Office. 17 William street. N. . IIKllBKn New Torn atocs .New York Cat;' Ezehanaa. Exchanse, New fork Cottaa Exehanra. Chleaco toart pi Trade. 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