THE WASHINGTON TBIES. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 22," 1917.
W T R
RETURNING PASTOR WILL
DESCRIBE WAR'S TRIALS
Development of the water power
at the penal farm by which It is es
timated the District would save $25.
000 a rear in coal, the enactment of
an Indeterminate sentence and parole
law, and the centralization of au
thority at the District reformatory,
workhouse, and female department
of the workhouse under a general
superintendent, whose salary shall
be $4,000 a year and living expenses,
are among the important recommen
dations of TV H Whittaker, superin
tendent of the workhouse, in his an
nual report submitted to the Com
Other Officials Wanted.
Supt Whittaker recommends also
that provision be made for a phy
i.clan at the penal farm at $1,800 a
rear and living expenses, chief en
gineer at $1,500 and expenses, chief
electrician at $1,200 and expenses, and
superintendent of the commissary de
partment at $1,200 and expenses.
To provide a fund for operating the
Industrial plants Supt Whittaker
recommends that provision be made
for a reimbursable working capital of
$23,000 each for the reformatory and
workhouse, and that all the moneys
received from the sales of products
and manufactures be credited to these
Balance for U. S. Treasury.
Under this plan any balances re
maining to the credit of the funds at
' the close of the fiscal year, after pro
Tiding for the appropriation, would
be turned over to the United States
Treasury to the equal credit of the
Federal and District Governments.
Superintendent Whittaker, In urg
ing the enactment of an Indetermi
nate sentence and parole law, says It
should be based on three things:
First, that they keep the rules of
the Institution and have finished their
trade to & point where they are cap
able of going out and maintaining
themselves by manual labor.
Second, that the parole board shall
be satisfied that there Is a reasonable
probability that they will go forth
and keep their parole agreement and
afterward keep the law.
Third, that their release on parole
la not contrary to the public sense of
the community from which they were
Fewer Restrictions Please.
The number of commitments to the
workhouse during the year ended
June 30. 1917, was 5,582, and to the
"Our success in handling these
prisoners along lines provided by the
penal commission, and the Comrnls
sloners of the District of Columbia
without locks, cells, bars or walls
has been more than satisfactory,"
says the report.
"The prisoners almost to man ap
preciate the new methods used in an
Institution where they are not con
stantly reminded of their downfall
by old time restrictions."
DRUG ADDICT IS SUSPECT.
Guy A. Field, thirty-six years old. a
musician claiming St. Louis as his
home, alleged to be a drug addict,
was sent to Washington Asylum Hos
pital today for treatment following
his arrest at Annapolis, where he at
tempted to dispose of surgical In
atruments alleged to have been taken
from the office of Dr. William T. Par
sons, 926 Seventeenth street northwest.
REPORT OP THE CONDITION
The Re?. Utrius Van Dyke Invites
Soldiers to Hear Lecture.
The trials or the battlefield, as ob
served by the Kev. Utrius Vrn Dyke.
son of Dr. Henry Van Dyke, former
minister to the Netherlands, will be
described to the members of the Sun
day school at the Calvary Baptist
Church tomorrow morning Recently
returned from Europe, where he trav
eled In both Germany and France Mr.
Van Djke will tell of the hardships
of trench and field. He will also sug
gest Ideas for American churches to
adopt in war work.
The site of the American expedl
tlonary troops, while unknown to the
public. Is In the zone covered by the
n.inlster In his European travels, and
he will describe the climate and to
pography cf the country and the en
vironments In which General Per
shing's soldiers will camp.
A special Invitation has been Issued
to soldiers and sailors to hear the
CHAMP CLARK TO SPEAK
AT ELLIPSE VESPERS
Champ Clark, Speaker of the House,
will make the principal address to
soldiers, sailors, and marines at the
open-air vespers services tomorrow
afternoon at 4 o'clock on the ellipse
south of the White House.
This will be the second of the non-
sectarlon religious meetings for men
In uniform arranged by the commit
tee on religious administration of the
District war service commission.
The following members of the com
mittee, who represent every religious
organization in Washington will be
on the platform with the Speaker:
the Rev. Earle Wilder, chairman; the
Rev. Lewis J. O'Hern, Rabbi Abram
Simon, the Rev. Roland Cotton Smith,
the Rev. Charles Wood, the Rev. U.
G. B. Pierce, the Rev. Forrest J. Pret-
tyman, the Rev. William J. Kerby,
William Knowles Cooper, the Rev.
Lucius C. Clark, the Rev James D.
Buhrer. the Rev. J E. Brlggs, the
Rev. G. C. F. Bratenahl, the Rev.
The U S. Marine Band will give its
usual Sunday afternoon concert.
MUSICAL PROGRAM AT
CHURCH OF COVENANT
Instrumental and musical solos will
bo a feature of the evening program
tomorrow at the Church of the Cove
nant. They will be given by Fred
East, bass. Herman Rakeman, violin
ist: Richard Lorleburg, 'cellist: W. &
Blanchard. precentor, and Claude
The program Is as follows:
Organ solo, "Meditation"... Delthler
Bass solo, "The Prayer Perfect"
Violin solo, "Arioso" Bach
Bass solo. "The Lord Is My Light"
'Celll solo,- "Traumeri" Bach
Trio fpr violin, 'cello, and organ,
TENT CITY CAMPAIGN
SEEKS CHURCH UNITY
An lnter-denominatlonal campaign.
Vo bring the churches together to
aid in the conduct of the war Is In
progress at Tent City, Great Falls,
Va. The Rev. A. H. Zimmerman, of
the board of public information, ia
In charge of the movement, and Is
lecturing every day this week on,
"The Pleasures of Life."
Saturday at 4 and 7 o'clock there
will be a camp-fire, corn roast, and
lecture. On Sunday at 4 o'clock there
will be a lecture and sacred concert.
Miss Frieda Frommel, the noted Pol
ish pianist will play the "Pilgrims'
Chorus," from Thanhauser.
C. E. SOCIAL FOR SOLDIERS.
A social for soldiers to be given
by the downtown societies of Christ
Ian Endeavor will be held tonight at
First Congregational Church, Tenth
and G streets northwest, the society
of that church being in charge of
the program. The Christian Endeav
or Union will conduct services at the
Central Union Mission next Thurs
AT EARLY DAWN
Attacked by a negro armed with a
knife, Alphonzo Tettlnato. a huckster,
forty years old, 619 New Jersey avenue
northwest, put up n, brave defense In
a fight which lasted ten minutes at
da break today In the backyard of his
home before being robbed. Police In
Investigating the affray shot and
wounded David Wllmore, Edlnburg. Va.,
when he ran a sy while officers were
endeavoring to question him.
It was only after the huckster had
been badly slashed across the face and
head, had been felled to the ground
and his skull fracture, that Tettlnato
submitted while the highwayman rifled
his pockets of t30 and fled.
Propped up on pillows In a bed at
Casualty Hospital, Tettlnato regain
ed consciousness several hours later
long enough to Identify Morris A.
Butler, colored, 643 Acker street
northeast, as his alleged assailant
Butler was arrested by Detective
Walsh and Patrolman Rone, of the
Sixth precinct, and la charged with
assault and robbery.
Adolph Waldorf, police chauffeur,
fired in the air when Wllmore ran a
officers approached and endeavored to
Question him at a point near the scene
of Tettlnato's attack. Waldorf says
he Intended to shoot high. The bullet
found its mark in Wilmore'a left hip
He was taken to Casualty Hospital.
His condition Is not serious.
Fought When Challenged.
Tettlnato when attacked struck out
with his fists Instead of throwing up
his hands as ordered by the thug. His
first blow struck the robber In the
eye. The highwayman retaliated by
cutting Tettlnato across the cheek.
Despite the wound the unarmed
white man continued the fight against
odds He endeavored to wrench the
knife away, but the highwayman,
with a deft turn of his wrist, slashed
his victim across the head.
"If you don't stop I'll cut your
throat." the man told Tettlnato. Tet
tlnato lunged out with his fists, but
the knife again struck home In bis
face. Weakened by the loss of blood.
Tettlnato was knocked to the ground
He was either struck over the head
with some blunt Instrument or else
sustained the fractured skull In the
fall. The thug quickly went through
bis pockets, took the money, and fled.
Went to Victim's Rescue.
Others in the house hearing the
noise of the melee came to Tettlnato's
rescue. He was taken to Casualty
Hospital, while a general alarm was
sounded by the police of the Sixth
precinct for the highwayman's arrL
Two hours after the attack Butler
was taken Into custody.
According to Tettlnato he was walk
Ing In the back yard preparatory to
entering a stable shortly after B
o'clock, when the robber leaped from
behind and attacked him in the semi
darkness. Tettlnato thinks the man
had observed his habits and knew
about what time he went to work
AIDES GET ABLEST
STUDENT OFFICERS OFF
FOR FORT MONROE
WASHINGTON. D C.
At Washington. In the District of Columbia,
at the close of buatneea September 11, 117.
2. a Loans and discounts
(except those shown
on b mod c) .. K EU 57
f. b U. 8 bonds on hand
tpar value: Liberty
Loan) - tll.WOM
Total V. B. bonds
4. a B o n d a. securities.
ete including; pre
mium on same . . X3.43G 75
I Furniture and fixtures
a. a Due from national
banks m.SIS 08
b Due from banks
other than national 1C OS
10 Exchanges for clearing house...
U Checks and other
cash Items ... . .
12. Cash In vault
14 Other assets Profit and loea ac
count ........ .
i: o it
15. Capital stock paid In S25.000 00
Demand deposits (de
posits payable within
XL IndlTldual deposits subject to
cheek . 44.JS5 14
XL Certified checks .. ......... 42 50
Total demand de
posits. Items 2L 22.
3. 24. 25. 2S, 27. and
3 . .. . 544.127 (4
Time deposits (parable after 30
days, or subject to 30 days or
3 Certificates of deposit 2,100 00
32. Other tlms deposits .. ... . 45.541 10
Total of time depos
its. Items 3, 39,
3L and 32 f 47.J41 10 ,
Total . . . 117.25! 74
District of Columbia. City of Washington, sa
i, W. R. LEWIS. Cashier of the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true to the beat of rny
knowledge and belief. W. R. LEWIS.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this
SOth day or September. 13U
L. P. Steuart.
Edwin C Jones.
Fhlllp J. Stubener,
Chaa B. Telbert,
Victor H. Each.
J D Seheer.
Chaa H. Potter,
John T Vlrtan.
PASTOR CAVE'S TOPICS.
' The Promised Land or Wilder
ness Wwhlch" will be the subject of
the morning sermon tomorrow of the
Rev. Preston A. Cave at the H Street
Christian Church Tomorrow night he
will preach on "Things Seen and Un
seen" The minister has recently
moved to Washington from Bowling
Green. Va. He lives at 1110 Virginia
"NO GOOD PERSONS."
"A Washington Man says- There
Are No Good Persons.'" will be the
subject of the Rev E. Hex Swem at
the Centennial Baptist Church tomor
row night. The service will close with
a baptism The morning subject will
be "God's Present Purpose -
C. E. TO HOLD RALLY.
A Christian Endeavor rally service
will be held at the Eastern Presby
terian Church tomorrow evening at
0 45 o'clock The president of the
District Union will be the speaker.
Eighty eight student officers from
Fort Myer training camp are en
route today for Fort Monroa, Va..
to be trained for commissions in the
coast artillery. They will remain
there until the close of the training
period next month.
The infantry candidates at the
camp were resting today preparatory
to entering on their program of real
trench warfare next week, when they
will cook, eat, and sleep In the
trenches and follow much the same
routine which they will find In
trenches on the other side.
Recreation work Is beginning at
the camp. Singing Is one of the new
features. The men are encouraged
to sing on their hikes, at their camp
work, and as a mammoth chorus.
Forty student officers will be en
tertalned by the Church of the Cove
nant tomorrow They will first at
tend church service, and later will
go to the University Club for dinner.
PETROGRAD, Sept, 22-Re-moval
of General Korniloff to
the municipal prison was decided
PETROGRAD. Sept 22. The trial
by court-martial of General Korniloff
and his mutinous aides today bade
fair to develop Into one of the bitter
est and most unique legal battles ever
known In Russia.
The preliminary Investigation Into
the Korniloff revolt Is nearlng Its
end, and the defendants are making
vigorous preparations for their de
fense. They are retaining the best
law) era In Petrograd, Moscow, and
Kiev to defend them.
It is reported from headquarters to
day that order has at laat been com
pletely re-established in the army
and that the cases of Insubordination
are now few and far between.
A military court, which Is trying
old cases of mutiny at Moscow Is giv
ing stiff sentences to the offenders.
Thirty-five soldiers have Just been
sentenced to terras of from alx to ten
years at hard labor for counseling
other soldiers not to obey their offi
Dissension among the women mem
bers or the "Battalion of Death" has
led the military commander of the
Petrograd district to order the com
plete reorganization of the unit In
the future all the women soldiers
will be under a single command in
stead of being split up Into different
There has been another shake-up
in the Russian high command, and
General AUexIeff has been succeeded
as chief of staff by General Tcher-merisow.
WALL ST. MARKET
INITIAL TRADING IS WEAK,
WITH PRICES LOWER.
Steel Common 8ells at 110J4, Drop
or 1?4 Points Bethlehem Steel B
Declines 1 to 95 Crucible Off
t'2 at 732 Mldvale at 51.
GET $50 AND ESCAPE
Engagred In conversation by a col
ored man who asked for change of
91. Oliver Huston. 1620 Marlon street
northwest, was attacked from behind,
seized, and robbed of $30 by a second
negro In an alley near 408 D street
northeast late yesterday afternoon.
Huston made a vain endeavor to
save his wallet. He yelled lustily for
help, but the negroes had seized his
pocketbook and fled before other
pedestrians came to his rescue. The
purse devoid of the money but con
talnlng Huston's registration card
was later found in the alley.
S. R. Hammer. 1022 Summit place,
told officers of the Sixth precinct that
he was "touched for his wallet con
taining Masonic lodge receipts by an
unidentified white woman near the
postofflce yesterday afternoon. Ham
mer says that the woman asked how
to get to ML Pleasant, and the next
thing he knew his purse was missing.
BRITISH FLEET AIDS
IN FLANDERS DRIVE
LONDON, Sept 22. The British
fleet patrollng the Belgian coast Is
co-operating with the land forces on
the West Flanders front
The flotilla this morning heavily
bombarded the German works at
Ostend, Inflicting severe damage, the
The statement said that the attack
had "satisfactory results."
Three German seaplanes that sought
ti attack the British man-of war were
NEW YORK. Sept 22. Extreme
weakness featured the trading In the
Initial deallngj on the stock market
today, and first prices were from 1 to
2 points lower than yesterday's clos
Steel common sold at 110V5. a drop
of IK points, while Bethlehem Steel
B declined li to 85. Crucible was
off 1H at 73H, while Mldvale S'eel
declined 1 to 51.
American Smelting lost more than
a point selling at 100W. and Ana
conda and Utah suffered losses of
about l',i points.
Canadian Pacific continued heavy,
selling down to 148, a loss of 1.
Mexican Petroleum on the first sale
dropped 1 to 944. General Motors
declined a Int to 95.
At the end of the first quarter of an
hour however, a good rally was In
progress, with Steel common back to
HIM. whil) American Smelting rose
to 101H. Reading made a gain of
half a point to 82.
The market closed Irregular.
Today's quotations were:
Open Hlgn Low
H H K
Alaska O ...
Am Bt Sug. .
Am Car Fdr.
Am Cot Oil..
Am 21 ex L...
Am la: Corn,
A Malt C pf .
A Em To Co
A titeel Ft..
Am Sugar.. 11 IK 111H 1UH 1"K
Am TAT.. 118. 118M I17K "TO
Am Too..... 196W 196K 1H 1W
Bald Loco. -Bait
Bet St B...
Bklyn P. T..
Chandler. . .
Chi G IV pt.
CRIP 6wl P. 63
PLAN BIG MILITARY
SERVICE SEPTEMBER 30
The Rt Rev. Luclen Lee Klnsolv
ing. Bishop of Brazil, will preach to
morrow night at the Church of the
Epiphany. Bishop Klnsolvlng, who
had been spending the month In
Washington, made the principal ad
dress at the vesper services on the
Ellipse last Sunday.
Arrangements for a special military
service to be held at the church on
Sunday night September 30, are be
Ing completed Sergt. Walter Smith,
assistant director of the Marine Band,
will assist the organist and the choir
with the music for the occasion.
General Gorgas will speak and promi
nent army officers will attend
WILL BEGIN CITY-WIDE
SAFETY FIRST CAMPAIGN
A city wide safety first campaign
will be Instituted in the near future
by the Safety First Association of
the District, according to an an
nouncement by William F Peabody,
president of the association
The meeting was held following
numerous recent accidents Various
plans were urged to eliminate trou
bles of both motorists and pedes
trians. The association will take
active steps toward this end at a
meeting In the Public Library early
CHILDREN START FIRE.
Children playing with matched are
blamed by the police for a fire which
occurred In a vacant house at 327
Thirteenth street esterday afternoon
The fire did damage amounting to
$100. In responding to the alarm a
hose carriage of Engine Company No.
10 ran Into a tree at Thirteenth and
B streets southwest No one was Injured.
MINISTERS TO MEET.
The first fall meeting of the Pres
byterlan Ministers' Association will
be held at the New
FRISCO SHIP STRIKE
rurnlihed tfc Wanhlnston Times by N L.
Carpenter Sc Co. New York llrarch ofnee
Woodward Bulidlnr. Herbert X Urown, Mat,
upen mgn law uiose.
C. R. L ctfl
Col-South. . .
Corn P pf....
Dal & Hud..
Erie 1st Pf..
G Hot new..
14H 17J I48M
MH 83K 83H
Opeu High Low Close
IJSIndAL.. 140 J40 U8 13-4
US.IndAlpl 102 1C3 102 1C2
US Rub..... fiyi 5914 59ft b'H
UStUeL.... 11US IHH HO HO J
uarftipt,... Ji6j. H6K lie. U6f
USSmAR.. 68 66J fl&H 6&X
Utah Co?.... 96 g o 96
Wabash...... 10X UJi U'X 1H
WabpA..... 47J, 8". 47fc 4$4
WabpB..... 25 .5 25 25
Westhsa..... 48H 6H 46 4G
WestMd- 17i 18JJ 17i 18
Wh.oILTi.. 12H 1J I2H 12Jf
Wheel LB p, 25f 26 25JX 16a
tthlte Mot.. 43H 42 43H 4J
WIaCent. 44, 44H 44X 444.
WlllyOv..... 34 28 27f 27H
Woolworth. 123 122 12i U2
Clostnx prices furnlined by W. B. Hlbbi
A Co , members New Tork Stock Ui-
cbanss. Hlbbs Building;.
144H 144JX 144K 14H
95 95H M b5H
103K 103X 103H 1-'3K
October. . .
by January. ..
T I October
. 24 00
"Improvement" was reported
Labor Department Mediator W
cnurch on Monday morning at 10 30 Boyce today from ban I'ranclsro. 1 September. . 43 50
o'clock. Dr. George Robinson, the where he Is trjlng to settle the ship I i.in
president of the association, an 'yards strike. Ills message gave no I January.. .
nounces, -vacation iJaya- as the tonic aeiaiis 'October
The Safest Investments
Am thOM that dO DOt fluctuate Anrlnm .
turtxd condition of tb montr or tock mar
-ten. ri utw vi u-uai noia (nrst mort
rr) wel1 "ured on r&l nUu In lb
rHtrlet of Columbia, ronstltut "sriit..-
lnTevtmcDta. and thty do not depvnd upon tbo
financial rponlbimr of Individual or cor
poration for their atabllltr Wo can supply
each investment In amount from Kot cd
nrd Bnd for bookltt. "Conc-rTjjjn Loan
SWARTZELL, RHEEM &
87 Ws street N. W.
The United States Shipping Hoards
information was that conferences be
tween employers' and employes' rep
resentatltes with both Doyce and
the board's mediators continue
Fumlrhed th Waihlnrton Times by N I
Carpenter A Co New York Dntnrh office
noodoard Uulldlnr. Herbert N Drawn, Man
tc.r ftew York Prev.
Open High Low Close Close
January 23.30 24 45 23 OS 24 30 23 28
March.... 23 45 24 60 23 27 24 3S 23 48
May . 23 55 24 65 23 45 24 50 23 51
October . 23 50 24 SO 23 3T 21 52 23.45
December 23 40 24.50 23 13 21 27 23.44
New Orlean. Prev.
Open High Low Close Close.
January 22 83 23 68 22 50 23 41 22 ei
March . 21 72 23 9S 22 67 23 60 22 74
October 22 80 23 87 22.65 23 04 22.70
I December 22.60 23 00 22.41 23.40 22.55
Int Ag Ch..
L. A iL Rtl
Marine pf... t5Jf
Uld St.el- 52
M St L new.
Nor & West.
Ohio C Gas..
Pitts C ....
1 zr Cons....
Sea A L pf.
St L & S V..
Eu Steel Co..
Aetna Explosives 51s
Air Reduction 83
Am. Writ Paper com.. 214
Atlantic Petroleum ... 514
Harnett Oil 1
Ulg Ledge 114
Bingham Mining 1174
Boston and Montana .. 62
Brit-Amer. Tobacco ... 1614
Butte Cop. and Zinc. .. Stt
Calumet and Jerome .
Can. Car and Fdy. com
Can. Car and Fdy pfd..
Car Light and Power..
Cosden Oil and Gas pfd
Emma Copper .........
First National Copper..
Goldfield Cons 39
Grant Motors 2
Green Monster H
Guantanamo Sugar 50
Holly Sugar 50
Holly Sugar pfd 93
Houston OH 15
Howe Sound 5
Hull Copper 30
Indep. Lead 10
Inter. Petrol 1211
Jerome Verde 114
Jim Butler 92
Jumbo Exten.. 18
Kathodlon Bronze Vi
Lake Torpedo 5 "4
Magma Copper 47
Mason Valley.. ...... 6
Maxim Munitions 1
Merrltt Oil 35
Metro. Petroleum lft
Midwest Oil com 155
Midwest Oil pfd 1ft
Midwest Refining ..'.... 142
Mitchell Motors ; 35
Nlpisslng Mines Co 914
North Amer. P. & P. 314
Ohio Copper 1
Oklahoma Oil Co 714
Okla. P. & Rfg. Co S
Osage Hominy 814
Pacific Gas 45
Peerless Motors 11
Nor. & W. cv. 4t4's.. 112
Northern Pacific 4'a. . 84
Ore. Short Line ref. 4 s 8014
Pacific Tel. & Tel. 5's 94
Penn. cons. 414'. ... 1001i
Penn. gen. 414 'a 9314
Reading gen. 4's 8814
Rep. Steel 5's (1940).. 97 '4
St. L. S. W. lets 64T4
Seaboard A. L. adj. 5's 49
So. Pacific cv. 5's.... 9311
So. Pacific ref. 4'a.... 83;
Sou. Rwy 5's...... 95
Sou. Rwy. gen. 4-s 04i
Tenn. Cop. cv. 6's1.... 90
Tex. Co. cv. 6's 101
Texas & Pac lets 93 H
Third Ave. adj. 5's 35
Union Pac 4'a 83
Union Pac. cv. 4's 87
United Kingdom 5's... 974
U. -6. Rub. 6's 10114
U. S. Steel 5's 100
Va-Ca.. Chem. 5's 93
St Joseph Lead...
S. S. Kresge com.
S. S. Kresge pfd.
8apulpa Com 101
Sinclair Gulf 18
Standard Motors ...
Submarine Corp .....
Success Mining ....
Tonopah Extension .
U. S. L. H., com..
U. S. L. & H, pfd....
United Prof. Shar. ...
U. S. Steamship
United West Oil
Utah Petrol .
Wright Martin Aero..
BALTIMORE GRAIN MARKET.
Wheat Steady, No. 2 soft red spot
I2.24; No. 2 red winter. Z26. Re
ceipts, 61452 bushels; shipment.
Corn Steady: spot mixed, J2.02.
Nominal receipts, 7,735: shipments,
Oats Easier. No. 3 white, 6560314.
Receipts, 45,115; shipments. 48,507.
Rye Steady, No. 2 Western export
spot 190. Receipts. 61.078; shipments,
Hay Firm, unchanged: flour firm.
THE WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Tbe following were the prevailing prices
at the Municipal Fanners Produce Market
today, according to tbe Department of
Webrbts. Measures, and Markets of tbe Dis
trict: Btt. per 1M bunches ............... ....... 14 00
Cabbase. per 100 beads RMloHM
Cabbare. per barrel .. XIM
Carrots, per 100 bunches ...........12 09 to S3 08
carrots, per dox ......... ..........itc 10 i.ui
uorn, per aosea ..........
Ears, per dozen .......
Lettuce, per crate ........
Potatoes, per barrel
Peppers, per crate ........
Radish, per 109 bunches .
Spinach, per crate
Tomatoes, per box
Turnips, per box
Apples, per barrel ........
Apples, per box ...........
Pears, per box ........
Bquasn. per crate .
Me to Ue
.....no to 1.0
nc to loo
....... .....u. 00
...tlJS to J J 00
...rua to n.w
...tus to ILM
...CCO to H 00
30 e to 11.00
.... 7Se to It 00
. n s to rt w
OLD POINT COMFORT
ALL POINTS SOUTH
Dally Sen Re Madera ateaasers
Special weed-end tickets I-
eladlHjr aeeomsnadatloaa at
New York and Boston By Sea
CKr Ticket Of flee- 731 lSUSf. W.W.
NORFOLK & WASHINGTON
HELP WANTED HALE
COLOKED CHAUFFEUR, thor
oughly experienced; furniture
experienced ones preferred. Ap
ply HUB fURNlTURE CO., 7th
and D sis. N. W.
dishwashers-two itn o t- n. r.
WHITE P ALACK LUNCH. !
ELECTRICAL WIRE MEN"
and helpers, union. Fish
wharf, 12th and Wharf Sta.
FLOOR 8CRAPERS-7 per day. OoL IMS.
tX Georgia aTS. N. W.
FIRST-CLASS automobile mechanic; maa
that tburoufhlr understands the business.
Applr AUTO tJVEBT CO , ru Itta St. N. w.
FURNITURE PACKERS AND WAOOtf
helpers: steady work roR rioht
1IO. U. S. STORAQ8 CO- 411 UIH am.
LABORERS -wanted, new bunding, leaf job,
ood pnj. trtflers keep a war: American,
Italian and colored, also labor forsmaa. lla
O tt. N. W. 1
LABORERS $2.75, steady
work. Apply TIME
KEEPER, 2nd and Eye Sts.
N. E. .
LABORERS S3 a dar: roomtnt transpor
tation refunded; carpenters. & LOUIS
PASKAU U0T W. Leitaitoo it.. Baltimore,
LABORERS AT COMMERCIAL
BANK BUILDING, 14th and
G Sts. N. W. Good wages. 1
LABORERS SO; permanent positions: tu
dar and br ant of town. ADCty ROOM
C TM nth rt. tt. W.
HI I I 1 1 1 1 1 I I 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 )
MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE
SEE atC for best prices and satisfactory
serrlce. THE PEOPLE'S STORAGE AND
bArituci, li9 7in at. A. w.
ytlKB MOVTXG TOR
(TORAGE, IT. 3U OS
SMITH'S TIIAJS IfEB at
i3 i. aicot fuo.ie it. an.
1UK 112J4 111 U2H
101K 10U 101W 101W
THE BOND MARKET.
Prices furnished br W. B Hlbbs Co..
members or riaw Tork stock zcnans.
Union Pac. 129H 13UH 12JH I20U
UnClsSto... 119 110 UHU 118i
UnlTult... 128 128 128 128
USC IF..... 17J 17Jf 1717
Am. A gr I S'a
Am. Cot. OU 5's
Am. Smelt 6's..
Am For. Sees. 5's
A. T. & T cv. 4'.Vs....
Am Tob. 6's
Ar. & Co. 4's
Atch een. 4'a
Atch. cv. 4's (1960)
Atlan. C L. cons. 4's . .
Balto. & Ohio 4'a. .. .
Balto. & Ohio cv. 4U's.
Bethle. Steel ref. 5's....
I)k Trans. 5's (1918). ..
Central of Ga. com. 5's.
Central Leather S'K
Central Pacific IstJ.....
Che. A, Ohlo4'4's
Ches. & Ohio cv. W--.
Chi., B. & Q. Joint l'.i...
ChL B. & Q. een. 4'i.. .
Chi. Great West" 4's
Chi. M. & St P cv. 5's..
C, M. iSt P sren 4's.
C, It I & P. By. ref 4's.
Chi & N. V een 3 '4's
Col & South, ref W
Cons. Gas Co cv 6's....
D. & B. G. cons. 4's
D & It G. ref 5'
Distillers' Securities 5's
Dora, of Can 5's (1931)
Erie cv. 4's. series "B"..
Erie g;en. 4's
General Electric 5's....
Great North. 1st 4 '4 'a...
Illinois Central ref. 4's..
Illinois Cent deb. 4V4'a.
Interbor-Met 4'A 'a
Int Rapid Transit 5's . .
Int-Mer. Mar. 0's ctfs..
Kan. City Sou ref. 5's..
Lacks. Steel 5's (1050) . .
Lake Sh. deb. 4's (1931).
Llrgett & Myers 5's. . . .
Lou. & Nash. un. 4's....
Mo. Kan. oc T. 1st 4's..
Mo. Pacific cons. 6's....
Montana Power 5's
TT. V. Cent r & I 4'Vs .
N Y Cent deb 6's
N. Y. City 4J4s (1903)
N Y. Bys adj 5's
N II.. N II & II cv 6's
"BAJ J.1'1 FIRST.'
8S0LTJTELT PIREPROOr STOJIAO".
CNITED STATES 8TORA0E CO.
Kootnj. 12.02 and up. Uortnr. Paekma
Phone U4U no. OM3S ltlb St. N W
MOVING VALUED VANS
Phone U. Sils-UU.
1S B Street N. W.
STOWAOE PACTaNO AND HHIPflWa
CLEAN, dry storage for fnml tore and ptaaoa.
Eatunates cheerfully clTen. WESCBLEB'S.
I P to N W Pbon Main Igt-
30c per hour, 8 hours : :
work; time and one-half '.'.
overtime. Every day 10 "
Free transportation, ::
:: W. B.&A.troUey, 15th "
:: & H Sts. N. E. 5:50::
; ; Return at End of Work '
; : Daily. '
ii SMITH, HAUSER & ::
:: MAC ISAAC, INC ::
T-l 1 I I 1 1 1 I I I 1 III I 1 1 1 1 1 II it
UAN Colored, to care for horse, cow sji4
rxinr: also bonsewonc xoi7 camtffidaa nL
N. W. Call after I'U p. m. i
KAN Toonr. In dry goods store: expalsDesfl
aa window dresser and card wrttlny Ap
ply JACOB COHNER. ta tth St. N. W.
LOST AND FOUND
with sllver-lorgnons and silver and topas
chain, wrapped In small box. In ladlea' dress.
Inr room. 2d Coor Woodward bldr .3pm.
Sept 21. 1100 reward and no questions asked
if returned to W R. O.. Ct Uunaey bide, or
the Highlands. N 10
DOG Dark brlndle bulldog, answers to
name of "run;" license tag No SIM. Re
ward ror return to Major H. s woxsox.
37 Blair road. Takoma Park, or 101D 3Iun-
iy DUir Tel Main wo. branch SO
FREXCH POODLE Small and white 15 N
at. N W Reward If returned Co a. E.
HANDBAG Small black between Alexandria
ana denier market, ir round please return
to S-t K it. Ii E.. and recelTe reward.
SCOTCH COLUE-Brown and white: has
collar and tag and answers to "Chief ' Ad.
jseas Apart. II. 1U0 V it. N W . reward. 1
BUNCH op KEYS Between rational Met
ropolitan Bank and 9th and F sts. Finder
please phone Main 4W1. Branch SS 1
KNIGHTS TEMPLAR CHARM-Llberal re
ward If returned to Room Ht Platrtet bide.
HELP WANTED MALE
Intelligent, ambitious boy,
with wheel, to learn newspaper
business. An excellent oppor
tunity. Apply at once to
THE WASHINGTON TIMES
MAN Toung. for gangs work. AMERICA
EXPRESS GARAGE. S Pierce st. N. X.
MAN for lunch counter; xmjkt hare experi
ence. MOSSBTJRG'S RESTAURANT. UN
Pa. are. N. W.
MAN for baker shop. Apply to DICK'S
HOTEL AQEfrCT. at once, ta per weete.
MAN for confectionery shop: pay ES per
week. Apply to DICK'S HOTEL AQENCT.
MAN White, ta work In country. Apply at
once to nop Pa. aTQ. N. W. J. T.FlflS
MAN To work on small farm; white ec
colored. Inquire O30 nth st.
MAN Toung. to Install antoraoblle self
starter batteries. WITHERBEE BATTERT
CO 1U I st. N. W. 1
ABLE BODIED MEN, 25c per
hour; steady work. Apply
timekeeper, ADAMS EXPRESS
CO., 2d and Eye sts. N. E.
MEN aa helpers on trucks and In shtpplaaj
dent. AcolT THE HUB FURNITURE CO.
Tth and D sts. N. W.
KITCHEN MAN wanted.
1111 Pa. are. N. w.
DOT with wheel, atesdy position, salary 19
per week. Apply NATIONAL CAPITAL
PRESS, in 11th at N W
BOYS Light work, short boura. Inside tor
the winter, good wi IIP N at. S. W 1
BOT V Ith wheel, at once. Apply HI Oxford
BOYS 30 colored, orer IS. or men to work
In bowllna aller. bltr wasea alao Dorter and
elevator man GRAND CLNTRAL PALACE,
over Centtt Market 1
BOYS White, and young men orer II. for
factory work Apply at TOPHAM'S, 1M
F it N W . or JO L at. N E. 1
BOYS Colored, with blcydea. for delivery
service, good salary, permanent position
Apply at once, M. P11IL1PSBORN CO.. m
11th at N W
BOS Two colored, experience unnecessary.
Arply lxn II at. N TV
DUNDLB WRAPPERS Good position and
advancement Applr at onee to TVM.
HAIIN CO . ;th and K ata. NW
BUNDLE WRAPPER Good opportunity to
learn tbe clothing and hAberdaahery bual
neaa. permanent poaltlon THE MODE. 11th
and F sta N W
BUSS BOY wanted. J 10 a week, till Pa ave.
N Vi 1
4 CO . Hn F at N T
CHAUFFEUR White or colored for small
truck, muat be experienced, come ready to
work Apply to MR WOOD. Capital pub
llahera. Inc . JK C at. N VV
COLORED BOYS To work around lunch.
room, no Sundar work. HERBERTS, lnd.
113 Ninth at N. W
COLLECTOR with a bicycle motorcycle, or
automobile, reference, temporary, commle-
alon Applr MR. LAMSON. Waahlnston
COOK Muat know how to cook and pack
0)atera. aood wagea Apply at once, CAPI
TAL hEAFQOD CO . SOT nth at N W 1
COOK wanted Apply at once, good wagee
1111 PaavaNW 1
COLORED MAN to work around garage, one
with experience preferred Apply SEATON
QAKAQE. Lincoln road and Seatoa st. N. E.
MESSENGER BOY wanted,
white, to work in my curio
store. ALBERT J. OSGOOD,
1625 H st.
MILK WAGON DRIVER Apply W. R. SX
I.F.CMEN. lilt P st. N. W. 1
OFFICE BOT White: bright and snergstle.
TABULATINO MACHINE SHOP. 1CM Hat
at. N. W.
ORDERLY Apply superintendent.
PAPERHANGERSGood wages and steady
work, by day or piece. XU th at. N E.
paperhan'CKRS Oaod waxaa. ma
rlenced In painting, steady work, at once.
3101 Ga. ave
PAPERHANGERS Two good, ateady wortt
and good pay NORTHEAST PAPER
HA.SGLNU 4 DtCORATLS'G CO . 131 H at.
N E. 1
PAINTERS 50; wireless tower work; CH
centa per hour, open ahop Apply to C. R.
RUDAS1LL. Arlington Towers. 1 .
PRESSER wanted at once; steady Job. good
pay Apply iwi4 iiLn i
PRESSER for tailor shop at the STONB-
LEltirl cuukt .
PRESShlt Experienced, at once Apply
Capitol Cleaner and Dyer, 211 Pa, ave 8.E.
PORTER S10 weekly.
HOTEL, 610 9th st.
PORTER Colored, experfcneed. only on
with references need apply KAFKA'al.
n e corner 10th and F sts. N W 1
SALES MANAGER To sell our Wear-Proor
Mats In Washington, and supervise sub
agents, headquarters In Washington. D. C;
big opportunity for man morally and finan
cially responsible and who can approach bis
men Give complete Information. WEAR.
PROOF MAT CO . 600 S. Peoria St.. Chicago.
STEAMFITTERS-Unlon. and helpers.
ply to MR. GEORGE E. AMT. W G.
nell Co . 1Mb and D sts N W
PORTER Colored with wheel, good wages:
ateady employment. VZZI u it. H TV.
SALESMAN In furniture house, apply with
refrrencea SMITH'S FURNITURE HOUSS.
S14 Ith at N W
6KAFOOD COOK Muat know how to pat anal
cook praters Capital Seafood Co.. SOT llta.
STEAM FITTERS At once. 4 and helpers.
Apply at 3E 1st at N w . after l p m. 1
UNIONsteam fitters and help
ers. Mr. Amey, W. G. Cornell
Co., 18th and D Sts. N. W.
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