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S--ia ( YoO f oftQor f -toU6Kt" ) to TOftM ou ) Jstk cF-n-ATy r ft A CO WOI IS WELL KNOWN HERE Miss Jeannette Rankin, From Montana, Lobbied in Con gress and Made Speeches. (Continued from, First Page.) In 'Washington. She Is young, attrac tive, quick, bright, mighty Intelligent .looking and has a line, sharp, wcll-bal-nnccrt mind. Hhe was heckled frequent ly by the crowds, but she liked that, uid always had a good 'comeback.' " Worked Here Several Winters. Washington suffragists know Miss nankin because of her work here for several winters. In 1913 she boro the Montana petition to Congress upon the first occasion of the mobilizing of the suffrage forces armed with petitions from every Southern State. Most of the suffragists came on trains. That was loo tamo for Miss Rankin. She left ' Helena, Mont., in an automobile, and '..all th way across the continent made i suffrage speeches until she arrived In -Washington, "tired and hoarse, but ' Wjppy. Then sue wont rignt to worn Tolng lobby work, and, to uso the ten nb vernacular, was one of the first suf fragists to put the "lob" In lobbying. Is University Graduate. Miss nankin Is a many 8ldcd young woman. Not only Is she a university graduate, with a post-graduate de gree or two to her credit, but she maintains that there is .nothing In compatible with suffrage and social life. One feature of her campaign was her dancing with the miners at the lough and ready social functions In the back woods townx of Montana. "Some one In this family has to get to Congress," she told friends early in the campaign, referring to the fact that her brother, Wellington Itankln, a prominent lawyer In Helena, had made a close run but failed of elec tion several years back. Among Montana Pioneers. Miss nankin's family was a pioneer one in Montana, as she was a pioneer In Montana woman suffrage. Her father was engaged in the mining business, and the Itankln name for several generations back has Been Identified with the affairs of the State. Now her younger sister. Miss Kdna Rankin, has just graduated from college, and she, too. Is taking a prominent part In suffrage politics. Was Social Worker. Miss Rankin started out to earn her own living by being a social worker. She went to the University of Min nesota, then took n course In the School of Philanthropy, In Now York. Then she went to work as a paid field secretary for the National As sociation for Woman Suffrage, and she has tnoken In nearly every State In the Union. SuKraglsts give her credit for putting Montana In the "votes for women" col umn In 1914. ' She worked day and night at It for five months before the elec tion. She had Just finished when the suffrage convention convened at Nash ville, Tenn., In the fall of 1914. Stories of h"r work had gone before her, and when she quietly walked on the floor of the convention, she was given an ovation that would have done the heart of any politician good. Got in the Game Here. After the convention she came to Washington, started her lobbying work. and In her spare moments spokn at street meetings the Congressional Union conducted hhore all the winter. "We all love her," said Mrs. Walter MoNab Miller, first vlco president of the National Association for Woman Suffrage, "and nearly every suffra srlst In the country knowB her, I Just heard how a group out In Fargo, , fl. D.. raised a fund for her campaign, and I havo no doubt many others have done the same." Can Dance, Speak and Sew. Miss nankin can dance, speak, and she likewise can make her own clothes, and . Is a good cook, her friends say. Sho Is of medium thelgnt, dark, with brown eyes, and a smile, one of them said, "that la nough to carry a man off his feet." But Miss Itankln is not only an ar dent suffragist, but considerable of a reformer In all lines. She believes In "isiung me people know what a going on," and Is an ardent advocate of child welfare, prohibition, social Insurance, and other progressive legislation. Holds "Pitiless Publicity" Motto. One thing she has hammered on In hT campaigns Is greater publicity In the affairs of government, and sho wants the Congressional Record hu manized and popularized so that the people know what their Representa tives in Congress aro doing. "it's going to bo some Job keeping auurage off the floor of the House when she gets there," one suffragist said. "She la an adroit politician, and cat will know Just how to break through any rules by which both parties have been trying to block consideration of suffrage on the floors of Congress." Startled Old Line Politicians. Suffragists say ah.c set the old lino pdllttcans gasping in this campaign, aa well as In her fight for suffrage In Montana, by her knowledge of po litical strategy. "Women must be practical politicians as well as Idealists," sho has Insisted on many occasions, "If they, are going to hold their own In politics." Resides her work In cross country stumping tours and in Montana she also spent a winter at Albany doing lobby work for the New York suffrago bill. There she made the same impression of a bright, womanly person, who knew Just what sho wanted, and how to go about getting it. LOCAL AND NEW YORK FINANCIAL NEWS STAGNATION RULES NEWS AND GOSSIP OF CAPITAL SOCIETY LOCAL EXGHANG E - Few Brokers in Attendance and Both Buying and Selling Or ders Scarce. (Continued from Ninth Page.' a little girl she has shared with her sis ter. Miss Clover, the distinction of hav ing had somo of the most original and brllltnnt young people's parties' ever known In Washington given In her honor. Mr. and Mrs. Lansing Present. Among the guests at the breakfast to- dsy wcro Secretary of State and Mrs. Lansing, Secietary of the Navy and Mrs. Daniels, tlin Itusslam Ambassador and Mme. llakhmcteff, tho Spanish Am- i bassador and Mme. Rlano, tho Bra-1 zlllau Ambassador and Mme. da Gama, i the Argentine Ambasindor and Mme. Nann, the Minister of Switzerland and Mine. Hitter, tho Netherlands minister, the Danish minister, the Chinese Min ister and Mrs. Koo, Jules IJlondcl, of the French embassy; Count von noch teren Llmpurg. of the Netherlands legation; Mr. Constanldl, of tho Greek legation, and Stephen Hedrl de Hedry, of the Austrian embassy. Others In tho distinguished company weio Mrs. John W. Foster. Brig. Gen. and Mrs. William Ciozlcr, Brigadier General and Mrs. McCawley, U, S. M. C; Mrs. nichard Townsend, Mrs. nob ert K. Hltt, Mrs. Robert I'. Patterson, Mrs. nobert S. McCormlck, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Clover, Mr. und .Mrs. C. C Clover. Jr.. near Admiral and Mrs. Southerland, Col, and Mrs. George 1 uuncan, Maj. uen. ana .Mrs. Hugh L. Scott, Miss Blanchard Scott, Senator and Mrs. Wlllard Saulsbury, Mr, and Mrs. John Hewxon, Miss Georgia Bcho field. Dr. and Mr. Fruncls S. Nash, U. S. N.; Mrs. Henry B. Wilson. Mr. and Mis. Fjcderlo U Huldekoper, Mrs. Rollins Morse, Mr. und Mrs. Montgom ery Blair, the Misses Blair. Mrs. Rob ert Traver, Miss Frances Tiaver. Mr. und Mrs. David Klndleberger, Major and Mrs. Thomas Symons. Miss Mar garctta Symons, and Miss Ursula Har rison, who Is the guest of Miss Carolyn Nash. Gift of Bridegroom. Major Holcomb presented his bride with a diamond and a sapphire ring and a completo tea service of Imported Japanese silver In the lovely Iris design, Mrs. Holcomb's gifts to her bridesmaids wore scent balls of gold and yellow enamel, set with pearls, with chains of enamel and gold. She gav6 her sister earrings of pearls and Moxlcan opals. 4. Di James M. Moses, has returned to the city from a three weeks' vaca 'tfon In Maryland. -.j. Miss Catherine Crltcher will be at home Informally this 'afternoon nt her studio, 1517 H street, from 4 to 7 o'clock. Her nleco. Mrs. Henry B. Jenkins, will receive with her. Saulsburys in Capital. Senator and Mrs. Wlllard Saulsbury of Wilmington, Del., have arrived in Washington to spend a few days, and are at the Shorchain, Tho Rev. and Mrs. Waid Dcnys en tertained a box party yesterday nfter noon at the National Theater for tho concert nt which F.thel Leglnska, pianist, and Paul Althouse, tenor, wero tho artists. Their guests wero Mr, and Mrs. Novll Monroe Hopkins', Miss Anne Hopkins, Dr. Gregory and the Misses Denys. Mrs. McCagg entertained Miss .Gertrude Myer, Miss Lay and tho Itev. Waldcn Myer; Mrs. George F. Becker had with her Mrs. Charles W. Rae.i Mrs. Normal Underwood, Mrs. Casscls, Mrs. Stavely, and Rear Admiral O'Neill. Mrs. Nathan Sargent's guests were Mrs. Frances Nasii, sirs. Charles 'B. Howry, Miss Harrison and Miss Bowie. In Mrs. Blodgett's box, where Miss Blodgett was hostess, were Miss Edith Oracle and her guest, Esther Buch man, of Philadelphia, Miss Carolyn Nash, Miss Joan Oh! and Judgo Batten, of Chicago, house guest of Mrs. Blod gett. Others In tho nudlenco wero Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Warren, Brigadier General nnd Mrs, Andrews, Mrs. Wil liam A, Hammond, Mrs. Rlchnrd Pnr ker, Mrs. Thomas F. Walsh, Mrs. Buck no r. Mrs. Randolph. Mrs. Stllson Hutchlns, Mine, do Blanpre, Mrs. An derson, Miss Harrison. Mrs, Tom A. Williams, and Mlas Wilson. New York Stock Market Closing Quotations on New York Exchange All trannaetlons In stock r on the bails of dollars ami fraction thtreof. Quotation lurnlahed by W. JJ. lllbba & Co., mtmbtra of New York Stock Kxchanft, Itlbba bulldlnr. A condition of stagnation pievalled nt today's session of tho Washington Stock Exchange, the attondanco of brokers be ing small, with a marked scnrclty of or ders either buying or selling. The, regular call resulted In the sain of a lone share of Lanston, Monotype stock at 77H. After call nve shares of Wash ington Gas stock brought 71. and two shares of ' Mergcnthaler Linotype stock sold for 1U. making tho total .trans actions for tho day three sales, all odd lots. With the exception of Capital Traction 5 per cent lwinds, on which the bid was ndvancrd fractionally to 10IH. there was practically no prlre change, throughout the list There also was some demand for Washington Gas 6's at recent levels. No bond sales were recorded. Local Bond Market. GOVERNMENT BOND? Bill Aattd. XT. R. Reg. .Tk Vfii ... U. S. Coupon U's 93 V S Reg. .Vs im . . F. S. Coupon 3's 100'. ... U. S. Reg. 4's 10974 ... I. S. Coupon 4's H0 D. C. 3.65's 103H ... GAS BONDS. Geo. Gas Cert. Ind. E's. ....... 10414 ... Georgetown Gas E's.... VW, ... Washington Gas D's.... ltW",4 107 Col. Gas k Elec. B's to ... Col. Gas A Elo.!. Deb. C'a SO RAILROAD BONDS. Capital Traction R. R. 6's.... 107 WTV4 Ana. Pot. Guar. C's 101 Anacostla & Potomac S's 100 ... City & Surburbun B's 10-."j . . Metropolitan ! It P'h lfMU, "Wash. R). & i:iec. 4's...;.... Si', 82Vi Potomac Kleo. Cons. B's 101U l"--' Potomac Elec. Lt. B's ltMVi 10j-i C. & P. Telephone B's 1044 1U&, Amer. tci. & Tciaa. va lvu Amer. Tel. . Tclga. 4H's 108 ... Amer. Grapho. 1st fi's 101 102'4 Wash. Mnrket 5's l'r.T W 101 Wash. Market .Vs 1M7 ! Oi W. M. Cold Storage B's........ t7 101 N. & W. steamboat B's loc 106 U. S. Realty B's 104 Rlggs Realty B's (long) !01 101 Rlggs Realty B's (short) 101 PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS. Capital Traction S3'4 K Wash. Ily. & Klcctrlc com., so st Wash. By. & Electric pfd.... R04 SI N.' & W. Steamboat 1B2 Washington Gas 70 71H Columbia Gas & Elec 42 Amer. Tel. & Telga iSIM ... TYPE MACHINE STOCKS Mergenthaler Linotype 1651, m Lanston Monotype V7'i W& MININO STOCK. Greene Canafiea B0 ... NATIONAL BANK STOCKS. American National Bank 1B0 160 Carltal Nat. Bank 220 Columbia Nat. aBnk 210 Commercial Nat. Bank 194 210 Far. & Mcch. Nat. Bank 2 Federal Nat. Bank IBS Lincoln Nat Bnnk 160 District Nat. Bank 141 iso Metropolitan Nat. Bank M2 a; Rlggs National Hank bun boo Second Nat. Bank m hut. Dunk of U'utsli 220 2jii TRUST COMPANY STOCKS. Amer. Sec. & Trust 2C0 270 National Sav. & Trust 274 Union Trust 1234 ... Wash. Loan & Trust.. 230 Continental Trust 125 13s SAVINGS BANK STOCKS. Home Savings 4U Bank of Com. & Sav... 12 East Wash. Sav. Bank 12V4 ... Sec. Sav. & Com. Bank 162 FIRE INSURANCE STOCKS. Arlington Flro Insurance... 8V4 Firemen's Fire Insurance.... 18i ... Ger. Amor. Flro Ins 270 Nat. Union Flro Ins g 10 TITLE INSURANCE STOCKS. Columbia Title Insurance.... 47, 6 Real Estato Title Ins 7B ,,, U. 8. Realty Co 10 ... MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS. Chapln-Sacks leu ... D. C. Paper Mfg. Co 140 200 Graphophono com 17) iss Graphophone pf, 17 its Merch. Trans. & Storage 95 100 Security Storage. 185 Washington Market 17; ... Today's Sales. Lanston Monotype 1W774. After call Washington Gas Light. Km. Mergenthaler Linotype, Jri6&. Acme Tea. . . Ajax Rubber Alaska GM. Alas-Juneau. Allis-Chal .. A-G pfd Am Ak Chcm A A G pfd. Am Beet Suk 102,'i Am Can.... A C & Fdy. Am Cot Oil. Am H & L.. A H & L pfd Am Ice Am linseed. Am Lin pfd. Am Loco.... Am Smeltinc 113?b A Smelt pf A 100 lA Steel Fdy 'Am Sugar... 119-8 Am Tel & T 134 Am Woolen. Am W P pf. Am Zinc... Am Zinc pf. Anaconda . . Atchison . . . At Coast L. At G & W L 112 A G&W L pf 71 Bald Loco... .Bait & Ohio. Butopilas Mn Beth Steel.. 670 IBeth Stl pf. 149 Burns Bros. iCal Petrol. ICal Pet pf. Can Pacific. . 173J4 Cent Leather 114 Chandler M. 102J Chcs & Ohio. Chi Gt West C G W pf.. C M & S P. C M & S P pf 127 C R I & P R 31J4 Chile Copper Chin C Cop. Comput Tab. Col F & I... Col "G & E. Open. Hlsh. Ixw. CIom. 67); 67i 66 66Ji 74Jo 74 74 74 1176 12 J6 U7b llTn 7 -7 7 7 33i 23 31?i 32J" 897b 897b 88J4 837i 86 86 86 86 102 102 102 102 1037fi 101 101 ?4 65 65 63 63a 72)4 72 U 70 70?4 547b 547b 55,U 5574 167 167? 16 16 71?4 72 707a 707 287b 2876 287b 287b 27 27 '26,U 26 U 60 60,'a 59J2 597a 93J 94 '4 1117a 1129 1 100 100 1 65U 65JS a 117)4 117)4 134 134 ! 52?4 53 1 i 5772 57?4( 56)4 57 j 82 82 I 99)i 100)4 105?4 106 123 123 112 112)5 ' 71 71 I 85 85 U Max M 2d pf May D Store Mexican Pet. Miami Cop.. Opn. 82)4 71 109 41 High. 827a 71 109 41 Low. 82)4 71 106 40 ClOM. 8276 71 . 106 40?4 M S P S S M 123)4 123)4 123)4 123)4 Mont Power M K & T pf . Nat E & S.. Nat Lead... Nev C Cop. . N Y Air Erk N Y Central 108 N Y N H&H 60)4 N Y O fc W. 30)a Nor & West. 142 99 18)4 34)4 69)0 27 158 99 18)4 3474 69)a 27J0 158 108 60)4 SO '4 142 99 18 33W 27' 15774 15774 10774 10774 99 18?i 32)4 6874 26ft 60 '4 3074 141 6074 3074 14174 TRADING IRREGULAR ON N, I EXCHANGE Street Shows Tendency to Set tle Down on "Prosperity Basis" After Election. NEW YORK. Nov, U.-ConfllctlnE sentiments resulting from the election decision caused a violent buying and seHlng movement In today's short ses sion of the stock market, which oper ated to keep the trading highly Irregu lar, although at all times very active, at Intervals nearly feverish. There was much of professional character in tho MRS. AXTELL LOSES FIGHT FOR CONGRESS Defeated By Congressman Hadley f in Washington, Says Report. Woid has Just bccn received her by Wallaco I. Athcrton that L. H, Hadley, Republican candidate for the House of Representatives, has won over Mrs. Frances AxUll, who 'was run ning against him on the Democratic ticket in Washington. Mr. Athcrton U Congressman Hndlcy's secretary. Returns at first showed a trend to Mrs. Axtcll, but later and more com plete reports gave a decided lend for Congressman Hadley, according to th telegram. Mrs. Axtcll has been active In Wash ington politics for some time. She was t'.cctod to the State legislature on the Progressive ticket, and served one term. Sho is somewhat of a reformer and a strong prohibitionist. ..trs. Axtcll is the wife of a promi nent Washington physician. She has two children, both grown. She is about forty-five years old. North Pacific 112)6 112)8 11174 Ul) 106?b 123 8674 8774 1?4 85)a 22)a 50)4 687a 157b 4474 2376 66?4 49 5474 447b IConsol Gas.. 137 Cont Can. 10076 C G E L & P 126?6 19 94 121ft 74 ?4 9974 44 2474 38ft 52?4 43)4 18074 68ft Corn Prod... Corn Prod pf Cruc Stl pf.. Cuba C Sufr. Cuba C S pf . Dist Sccur.. Dome Mines. Eric Erie 1st pf.. Gaston Wms Gen Elec... Goodrich BF G North pf. 11874 G N O Sub. 4474 Greene C C. Granby Min. Ill Central.. 106)6 Int Aurlcul.. 25 Int Apcri pf . . Ins Copper.. Int Nickel.. Inter Con... Int Con pf.. Int Paper... Int Paper pf. 106)4 Kan City So. 27 Kan C So pf . Kennccott .. Lack Steel.. Leo R & Tiro Lchijrh Val.. Loose Wiles. Maxwell MC 95 '2 11376 100 66 119' 134 53 59' 59 e4 lOlB 106)2 123 11374 71 8676 8774 1?4 670 152 86 22)6 5074 173)4 115)4 103 68)6 15)6 44 ?4 95)4 127 3174 2374 67 50 55 46 137 101 127 19 9474 121ft 75 9974 44 2474 38ft 52?4 4374 18074 68?4 Ontario Silvr Pacific Maji. Penn R R.. Phila Co Peo G & C. Pitts Coal erf Press Stl Car Ry Stl Sprqs Rav Con Cop Reading .... Rep I & Stl. 7)4 26)4 57ft 42)4 111 41 80 5476 33 109 83 7'4 26)4 57ft 42)4 111 41ft E0?4 5476 33 109 83 7 2576 5774 42 111 40 "4 78)6 54 32 7 25)6 57)4 , 42 j 111 . Jumps 5 Stories to Death. NEW .YORK. Nov. ll.-.lust before fnfiiniy ...i.fMi. -11 i . . , I,lc uitu. un it rFHUiL oi jumping; live trading, which carried first one stock .,,ore3 to the pavement. Mrs. Jennl. upward violently and then another, with Sloman, sixty-eight, remarked that ber no very ueunltc trend in any for long. rlilKiron would kill her If they heard It Is not surprising that such should ho of what she had done. the case In so brief an Interval from "', inp trying uays when the Presidential outcome was still In doubt. Tendency to Forget Election. ' There Is. however, a distinct tendency , FINANCIAL 784 54 3276 Scars Ro'bck 231)4 231)4 233 107)4 10874 80ft 80?4 Shattuck A C Sloss S S & I SL&S W.. S L&S W pf 32h 81 27 5072 South Pacific 101 1 670 149 85 22 5074 172?4 112)4 102 6774 14 ?4 44 94?4 127 33ft 22?4 6574 4974 54 4476 13576 10076 12674 18)6 9374 12474 73)6 9974 43 24ft 3774 52)4 42 179ft 68 8774 j Southern Ry, 1 j Studebaker . 670 , Tenn Cornier 2876 32?4 81 27 5074 101)4 28)6 31)6 79'4 27 50 10076 27ft 12576 1257b 122 152 86 22 5074 172?4 113ft 102 6774 22 223 53 52?4 14 7772 22 223 22 221 52)4 52?4 52?4 52?4 lexas Co. . Third Ave... Tobac Prod. Union B & P U B & P pf. Unted Fruit. Union Pacific 149)4 14974 148 233 32)6 7974 27 50 10U4 27ft 124)6 22 221 53 '4 797a 14 7774 1 U Ciir Stores 14?4 Unit Ry Inv 44 1 U Rv Inv nr 5274 9574 56 69ft 5174 1974 76 74 60 55?4 96)4 40 8374 24 75K 11874 11874 4474 4374 5274 517 9574 94ft 10676 106 25 24 56)4 56 69ft 5274 1974 76 74 10674 27 60 5676 9674 40 8374 24 7574 67ft 5174 18?4 76 71' 105 2674 60 55)4 95 40 82 24 73 9476 127 33)4 23 6674 49)4 54 45 13576 101 128 18ft 9474 12474 74 9974 43 24ft 3774 52)4 42 179ft 68)6 11874 43?4 5176 95 106 24 56 67ft 5174 19 76 72 105 2674 60 55ft 95)4 40 82)4 24 73 J6 USCIP&F U S I Alco. U S Rubber. U,S S & Ref U S Steel... 14 797i 162ft 162ft 16174 162 148?4 98ft 13ft 2474 25)4 134ft 5976 7372 7374 12276 122ft 13 ?4 25)4 2534 2576 14 257 98ft 13 2474 25)4 139)4 139)4 134 60 124 607a 75 124 597 Utah Copper 11774 119? 11574 119 Va Car Chem Wabash .... Wabash pf A WestinTiouse West Md.... W & LE... 4476 15ft 5834 6574 27)4 2?4 W Union Tel 102 Whito Mot.. Ws Overland Ws Over pf. 56 3774 9974 46 15ft 5894 6574 27?4 2 102 56 38)4 9976 44?4 15ft 58?4 6476 27)4 2?4 45 15ft 58 ?4 6476 27)4 2?4 101?4 1013 5574 5574 36ft 9976 3774 9976 FUNERAL RITES FOR CAPITAL RESIDENTS Places and Time of Services Ar ranged. by Bereaved Families. Lieut. Clarence K. Bronson. Funeral services with military hon ors were hold at Arlington Cemetery this afternoon for Lieut. Clarence King Bronson, the naval aviator who was killed at Indian Head on Wednes day by the explosion of an experi mental bomb during"- a night. Mrs. E. E. Barnes. Funeral services for Mrs. E, E. Barnes, who died yesterday, will bo held at her late residence, 114 Third street southeast, Monday at 8:80 o'clock, thence to St. Peter's Church, where requiem mass will be celebrat ed at 9 o'clock. Interment will be private. to lay aside all considerations that mav have been endangered In disturbances aiislng from election, and once mora take stock of underlying economic con ditions. The probablo duration of the war, possibilities In the new submarine phase, the still ominous situation south or the Rio Grande, business In general, and tho continued prosperity of the ;Y,LCll!ftlk l0? ,he ,,n'' ,hftt " can not posilbly mako much difference with the remarkable steel and copper busi ness who occupies the White blouse In the next four years was heard. This may be said with equal truth of tie fasts "roPrlt'. Jong as the war Steel Common Mirrors Market. As the leader of the Industrial list. United States Steel common quite ac curately reflected the movements of the whole mntket. That Issue opened at 124. and thpn xlntrtv . i..i.i.i ,.. ,, &!ioni2L .m..vo.m,c"t" J? . K?H, near 7 . ,,w'v " "lira. .Most or the In diwtrials mvo much the same account ... ............ w ,,, fcu iUOl itour or .so. ""''! Se,forj "hares, the bull ...u, .mini in wjiicii, uegun vesterrlnv was continued hi somewhat more modi tnli ihP0,'"' h,ow'ver. Anaconda point, as did Ray and some of the other stocks in thnt group. There was not n. little irnnit hnulnr. i.. i. . r and minor steel Issues, though thevi uitrn nnf rrtn.l.ianil.. ... n i";j Central Leather reacted from 3 to 5 points or more, with but little recov cr.y', SI.at f the ra"road shares show ed fractional recessions from the Fri day level. Nevertheless railroad earn ings should be a bullish factor, and P.1??. .y w.11.1 bc 8 rWed as soon an Wall Street has once more settled down to calm consideration of basic factors. In the first week of November Chesa peaco and Ohio. Canadian Northern, Denver and Rio Grande, and othor lines made good returns in gross. Heavy car buying continues, among tho later en trants in that market being Illinois Central, Northern Pacific, and Santa Fe, with substantial orders, Call Money Easier in London. In the London market call money was easier nt 414 to ; per cent, nnd dis counts wero also easier at 6. to 5 9-lfi por cent, with January treasury ma turities at &, per cent. Naturally there was but little business In stocks. Ameri cans wero easy, except for a good de mand for Steel and tho Marine cer tificates. There was little chanse In foreign exchange rates on this side ex cept rubles, which again suffered a re action of J9.H0, a discount of 4Jtj ,)er There was general weakness In tho later transactions. United States Steel common stole down two points, nearly in 1 nMlA ItntllUI. (DtlllAB ..UM.J ..(.... ,u ,m,. ..v ww,..... .Huua jiuiudu JIOIIll or more, but still held fractionally nDove ytiflwiuay o iuvci in most cases. In both tho Industrial nnd railroad lists there wero reactions of a fraction to threo points or more. Gulf States Steel was again spectacular nt a seven point rise to 131. Wheat was Irregular at the opening, but dovelopod a nrm tone later. Cotton was steady. CAPITAL 51,000,000 SURPLUS $2,400,000 Resources Over. $16,000,000 NOT ONLY INDIVIDUALS but lirms and coroora tions are among this banc's custodiers. fiThere is prestige in being associated with the big in terests here represented satisfaction in having one's banking business transact ed with the efficiency that has characterized " Riggs service for eighty years. flYour account invited. DRAFTS IHllICCr O.N I.O.NDO.V OFFICERS: CHARLES C. OLOVEn President M. H. AII.ES Vie Prrl1tnt WM. J. FLATHER ,.VIc President JCWHUK EVANB. Jr....'. CMhUr HARRY V. HATN'ES A,t. CahUr AVON M. NCVIUB Asst. C,hlr ROUT. V. KlEUlNQ AtsL Clhlr The Riggs NATIONAL BANK PENN. AVK.. OPP. U. 9. TRKASURT. Macaroni Makers Meet. NEW YORK, Nov. ll.-A corner on the holes around which macaroni is wrapped was said to be the reason for a conicrencn ot me macaronl-msUers AjioWatlon hers today, Wholesale Produce Market J6aa&-Nrbr. ffh To pw 4i.i outturn. 17Q1SC par dos. CIIEESfS-Nw York, nw, JOCHo ptr lb. UUTTER-liljIn print. !7o p- lb.: tub, ll PUVK rOUIrilY-Heni, 161717c per lh,; 1.1.1 .... ITffHfl it.... II. inui"'". i.'- i". ..'. - UVK STOCK-Vaal cslve,. choice. KflllVM h.- lh . ..pillnnrv 10tf-ltn nr lh fat .haan DfiMic per II). j tprtnc limb,, choice, OVitflO' b,r lb. DRESSED romc-smsll. He per lb.; mial JM, UftUVto vt Us John L. Edwards & Co. INVESTMENT SECURITIES MEMBERS NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE Washington Stack Exchange 141S G Street Northwest. Telephones Mnln .1220-3221. Onsxoelled facilities for the purchui and sale ot Securities In larsa or amall Iota, In all markets, for Caab or on Martin. VS: The Safest Investment Are tlio- that do not fluctuate during dis turbed condition, ot the money or atock mv kta. Flret deed ot truit note, (tlret snort acea), well eecured on real estate In the . District ot Columbia, commute "silt-edie ' I inveetmenta, and they do not depend upon the financial reeponilblllty ot Individuals or cor ooratlona for their stability. We can supply inch Investment, In amount, from ISM up ward. Bend for booklet. "Concernlns Laaa and Inveetmenta." SWARTZELL, RHEEM & HENSEY CO., tn UTll STREET N. W. EXCURSIONS. OLD POINT COMFORT NORFOLK AND ALL POINTS SOUTH NEW YORK and BOSTON BY SEA tlalljr frnhi 7th fStreet Wlinrf, Ht p.m. City Ticket Office. 731 10th at. N. W. NORFOLK AND WASHINGTON STEAMBOAT CO, . ' (