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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 1, 19.17. 1( ' y f&tfm-i AMUSEMENTS N ATlONAUr,!.. CHARLES KKOHMAN Prtwnti .fl!J0E AUAftiS IS J U UAURIg'S JoiIEDY. . Kiss tor oindereila SkSk cheatihg cheaters BURTON HOLMES 3 SC.MIAY KUS, AT 81 AUSTRALIA Nov. . MW ZEALAND l,. ,, Red TASMANIA I NO lu SOUTH SEA ISLANDS I .., FUl SAMOA HAWAII -NO- JAPAN HIT. Nov. 3 ALASKA TODAY Iee I H.PO. tlML liM. C k I C COURSB WflW Ooree t.nt.&4 ririCETK "V II 1 nOKRTS I TTiyrs. Nov L BOSTON SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA Dr. Karl Mack, Conductor, NATIONAL TIintTER TandT( November 6, 4i30 9eatn now on sale nt Mr. Crwne'i ticket rfflre In Droop', 13(b nnd G. PUBLIC SALE OPENS Tomorrow, Nov. 1, for the PHILADELPHIA ORCHESTRA $erle of 0e ncfri .LEOPOLD STOKOWSKI. Conductor, Tu radar -4t30 ov. 13. Dec. 11 Jan. IS. Feb. S, Slnr. S Soloist Uarserete Uctren&ur. Jacques Tht- buid. G&brilowlUcb. TIckfta-JIC.O), SSOO, i.m. um. ii-so. t aiithur sairnx. isoc o st. x U.S. TO BENEFIT THROUGHGERMAN PATENT SECRETS JOSEPH E. DAVIES WALL ST. MARKET U. S. STEEL FORCED TO NEW LOW FOR YEAR. , w. SECOND CONCERT TEN STAR SERIES Nov. 9 MAUD POWELL Violinist. THEO KARLE, Tenor Tlckrti-ISM tIJO. 11.00. c. office of T. ARTHUR SMITH, MM G ST. B.F. KEITH'S F "A Riot" Post SAM BERNARD LUCILLE CAVANAGH NONETTE R5ST Earl Cavaaiutn & Oo.. MeMahon ft Chappell. The Dnttons, OI-a Boris. o. BELASCO At8lI0.50ctoS2.00 Mat. 5at.S3ctafl.B0. Oliver Moroseo'a Latest Nw T.rk Comedy Saeees, "THE BRAT" By and Trlth MAUDE FtrLTON. NEXT U-EEK BEATS HOW Freah from a X. V. Knockout of OT Week. "THE MAN WHO CAME BACK" The thrilling? ktory of how far a wosn aa will tto for the man she Uvea. With Henry Moll and orlKlaal cast. I TWi a. I di rfn r Tonight, ,.14. Mtlne Tti.. Itur., Sftt. PiiCM, 25c, 50a. Tfce MsEtrc Scenic Spectacle. A DAUGHTER OF THE SUN The Stoty of an HAWAIIAN BUTT R FLY With a. Specially Selected Cast of ExoeJ- Irnt Artists. IncIkUnr Katlve Hawaiian Slnrers and Playactu NOTE Fit concert by the Hawaiian Orchestra In the lobby at l:tt and 7:5. NEXT WEEK U 2ow 5111 JULIAJV ELTIXGCS Una leal Comedy Snceeas "The Fascinating Widow" Tonuay Martelle Eddie Garvt and a red BEAUTY CHORUS. LOEWS COLUMBIA Continuous 10:W A. M. to 11 P. U. Konu Aft.. 10c 15o. NUhu. 10c. ISo S. NOW FLA1 1.1U JACK PJCKFORD and LOUISE HUFF in "Jack and Jill" Medicinal preparations, machinery, electrical apparatus, chemicals and a wide variety of other commodities manufactured under Cerman owned patents, will bo available to the Amer. lean public at much lower rates than In the past as the result of the action of the Federal Trade Commission In licensing Americans to manufacture these articles. Under the trading with the enemy act, the commission is empowered to issue licenses to American citizens to produce the German owned commod ities and the commission has Just completed Us machinery for putting the plan into operation. The commission has determined that ) no commodity protected by a German i patent and made tinder an American I license shall be sold at an extortion ate price. The commission will de termine what fair prices for the varl Ious articles should be and will Insist that American licensees charge the public no more than such prices. . A notable example of the treat sav ing- which will be enjoyed by the American people is presented In the case of salvarsan Under the man agement of the German owners of the patent rights to this chemical pro cess, salvarsan has been sold to American consumers as high as $25 per unit, preliminary estimates oi production made by the Trade Com mission Indicate that this drug may be sold for U a unit and yet leave the manufacturer a fair margin of profit. The same high prices have been exacted by German owners of patent rights on many other commodities, notably dyestuff processes. Some of these are registered In the American Patent Office and licenses to manu facture will be Issued by the commis sion. This will mean that the Ameri can dyeatuffa Industry will be great ly stimulated. Hundreds of application, for li censes to manufacture goods protected by German patents already are on file at the Federal Trade Commission and licenses will be granted as soon as the commission can pass upon the applications properly. Care is to be taken to license only properly quail fled manufacturers. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE USHNGROOMSFORRENT Announcement In The Times on Tuesday to the effect that the Cham ber of Commerce was listing rooms for rent for the beneflt of the men and women coming to Washington to enter the Government service has re sulted In a number of good rooms be ing recorded, Thomas Grant, secretary of the Chamber, stated today. A. Leftwlch Sinclair, president of the Chamber of Commerce, has writ ten to Major Pullman requesting the id of the police In a canvass of the I city for lodgings. It Is felt that many people WnO UO not uruiuawi mvo lodgers will open their homes to the servants of the country when they learn the need of rooms. The Chamber of commerce is toaay moving Into its new quarters at 611 Twelfth street northwest, wnere in formation can be bad with regard to rooms and cards received for listing. TALTY'S MIND CLOUDED, IS VIEW OF ALIENIST STRAND-Lasl3Days The WHIP TALK OF THE TOWN TOUT, III FtlDJMr GARDEN leeorge Beban T "Lest Id Transit" Joseph E. Davles. former chairman of the Federal Trade Commission, and now a member of that body, is loom ing up as the man likely to make the race for the Senatorshlp In 'Wiscon sin on the Democratic ticket. Even If the legislature In special session gives Governor Phllipp the power to appoint, the different ele ments In the State will begin plan ning on the election which will come sooner or later. Friends of Mr. Davis here today said tha while he was not seeking the Senatorshlp. he was being urged by numerous Democrats to run, and that It was probable he would consent to enter the race. It would Involve some .financial sacrifice for him to leave the Trade Commission, on which he received J 10,000 a year, and be come Senator at $7,500 a year. Situation Uncertain. The Wisconsin Senatorial situation still continues muddled and uncertain, but there Is no doubt that Senator La Follette's attitude with respect to the war will be an issue In the contest. Whatever candidate Is backed by Senator La Follette will be fought by the anti-La Follette Republlcana and by the Democrats on the ground that the State of Wisconsin is being watched by the whole nation, and that It must go on record for the vigorous and whole-hearted support of the war against the Kaiser and autocratic military power. Supporter of President. Mr. Davles Is one of the Democrats who is always found supporting the President. His friends now say that if he went to the Senate he would al ways support Administration policies and vote for what the President wanted. If he gets Into the Wiscon sin primaries this will be a point which his supporters will make. They will also cite his experience as a member of the Trade Commission, which they believe fits him well for the duties of Senator .3 the successor to Senator Hustlng. Should Mr. Davles get into the cam paign It would undoubtedly be as the candidate of the Wilson Administration. Flood of Selling Order Drives Price Down to 98, With a Re eovery Later Bearish Advices of Commission Houses Blamed by Brokers for. Decline. Veetenlay Close. 117 llSt Rica. taw. P.U. Lou & Nash. U6J Wall HSU 1 Marine com. WA Marine pfd.. 8254 Mexican Pet. 30 Miami Cop.. 43 Midvale Stl.. JO llont Power. 25k Mo Pacific. 91 Nat Biscuit. Zli NaiE&S.. 22 Ji Nat C & C- 17,'S Nev C Cop. 23 102H B154 28 42X 69 25H 91 38 22 17 27 27 99H 102M 80X 80 27 42X 69 23X 91 36 21X 1SJ. 27i 42 63 24 91 36 2VA 16 BARCINB EVERY NIGHT , TO.MCIIT aTOX TnOT CO Cfk l PRIZE ',3U OOI.IJ CEXTRAL COLI.El'.n. Penna. Ave. a' 4th St. lMta Daacoa Ertrr Nlcri La4r Touaora, David Talty, the legality of whose will Is being contested before a Jury In Justice McCoy's court, was de clared of unsound mind today by Dr. D. Percy Hlckllng, who testified as an expert alienist. Dr. Hlckllng said thatt Talty was not of sound mind when he signed the will, and that he was Irrational be fore he made It. He based his Judg ment on a number of Instances in Tatty's life and his actions and un usual manners toward John F Pear son, who was named in the will as sole heir to the estate amounting to about 50,000 to the practical exclu sion of his relatives. The will is be ing contested by James Talty, Robert C. Talty, Joseph Prince, Catherine Prince, and Mrs. Mamie Prince Green, who received J3 and Jl bequests. AMUSEMENTS VACIII renna. Ave. at 11th St. LlUClin Twice Dally, 21S 8llS The Patriotic Sensation The Liberty Loan Belles Tbo Financial Glrlo ot Wealthy Burleio.uo PIMLICO ENTRIES. PIMLICO RACE TRACK, Ui, Nov. 1. Entries for tomorrow: First race Selling; two-year-olds; six furlongs. Tlckolette, 112; Happy Smile, 115; 'George Starr, 110; Pha larlus, 115; Miss Peep, 112; Tlppo Sa hib. 113; Oenone. 112; Beaupre, 112: Portia. 112; Lady Small. 112; Cla rissa, 107; Alderberry, 112; Tolerance, 112; Jim Hoey, 115; Whlppoorwlll, 115; Dyer, 110. Excluded. Sabretash. Second race The lit. Washington Steeplechase; selling; four-year-olds and up; two and a half miles. Su perhuman. 135; Reddest, 140; Welsh King, H7; New Haven. H2; 'Race- brook. 137; Rhomb. 142; The Brook. 146; Abdon. 137: 'Meloa. 137: Royal Spinner, 142; 'Kitty IC, 137; Doublet. 142. Third race Selling; three-year- olds and up; six furlongs. Silk Bird, 113; Torchbearer. 113; Bond, 108; Incog. 105; Sir William Johnson, 113; Murphy, 113; Milkman, 11.1; Zouave, 108; Jock Scot. 118; Gloaming, 113; Star Finch, 113: Onwa, 108; Miss Gayle, 110; Top o" th" Morning, 133; King Worth, 118; Cachet, 103. Fourth race Selling; three-year-olds and up; one mile and a quarter. Felucca, 104; Ask Ma. 110; Specteri 100; Judge Wlngfleld, 107; Bar ot Phoenix, 101. Fifth race The Hotel Kernan Purse; two-year-olds; five and a half furlongs. Perlgourdlne, 107; Paddy. 110: aCurrency, 110; Blazonry, 113; Quietude, 118; Kewple O'Nell, 113; Bill McCIoy, 110; aBughouse, 110; So Long Letty, 107. aCochran entry. Sixth race Claiming; three-year-olds and up: one mile. King Ham burg, 113; 'Margaret U, 111; Lohen grin, 115; Sandman 2d, 115; Ring Dove, 103; 'Smithfleld, 110; Pepper Sauce, 115: 'Nonesuch. 108: Klldare, 108: Frea. 105; Mountain Rose 2d, 113; Otlsco, 113; Master Karma, 10S; ScorpII, 120; Handfull, 115. Note Eight excluded. Seventh race Selling handicap three-year-olds and upward; one mile and a sixteenth. Firing Line. 107 Starter, 110: Right, 111; Pierre-a. Feu, 105; Monomoy, 111; Hanobala, 101; Vermont, 112; Queen of the Sea, 112. 'Apprentice allowance claimed. Weather clear; track fast. NEW TORK, Nov. 1. United States Steel was forced to a new low for the year of 08 by a flood of. selling orders when the market opened. A recov ery was quickly made, however, on suggestion of support In large blocks. Bearish advices sent customers by commission houses were blamed by brokers for selling orders which came In over night from every section. Atchison sagged to a new low at 00. Crucible yielded 24 to 69; Ana conda lost ; but Utah advanced H. Bethlehem "B" lost Hi. Italy's predicament and the report Congress will take up another tax bill In the next session were blamed for bad behavior of the market. Ralls suffered heavy losses In the first half hour. Baltimore and Ohio. Great Northern preferred, and West ern Maryland broke to new lows for the year. In contrast Canadian Pa cific ruled strong. Chandler Motors sagged to a new low at 62i. Large blocks of steels and marines found ready market. steel later sold off to o'li, a new low for the year. Heavy rail liquida tion also sent St. Paul to 44 H. the year's low. In the first hour. Tosterday 111 N Y Air Brk 105X 105X 305 100 113 42 20 100 93 60 56 3'A 19J2- 71 39 63 rJ 33 61tf 10?4' 21J4 56 55 97 60 54 80U 113 182 41 21U 59 90 89 99? 98 6975 t5 3 60 91JS AMUSEMENTS Patriotic Sensation of the Season ! DAVE MARION tjRIEjHS iW m aWaaaaaaaaaV aaaaa aVsaaa.saBa1aBassE! Iwl AfJlte aSyf SE ifVw A l"iIJm HIMSELF psH&J V,l&w The rinal "Snuffy. &e Cabman," (H. And His Second Edition of saVlsCW aWaW -aaoaW l saaaawr aaW aV .omaawrsWaav LsaV w ll !.v.9r(?.LLk m m riAar rjrvx, m 1 1 irai ml&2rJJ M lgii aV m m m imkL "The World of Frolics" 51 ' .iaaW i M iV ' " aaaasaaaaHT I - -mH " I aaaaaaVLaaaB1 i-aaaaaaMaaaB ' 1' mini , ClOM. lUjh. 21)4 Adv.Rum.pfc 21 Ajax Bubber 54 3'A Alaska G M. 1976 Allis-Chal .. 72 Am Beet Sue 39 Am Can.... G3'A A C & Fay. Am Cot Oil. 14 AmH&L.. 6176 A H & L vi Am Ice..... 22,'i Am Linseed. 585$ Am Lin pfd. 54& Am Loco.... 97& Am Loco pfd 617: Am Malt pf . 53? Am Sam Tob 81 Am Smelting A Smelt pf. Am Sugar... Am Tel & T Am Tobacco. Am Woolen. Am W P pf . 59& Anaconda .. 9073 Atchison ... Atchison pf. At Coast L. At G & W I. AtG&WI pf. Bald Loco... 5474 Bait & Ohio. B & O pf... 9475 Barrett Co.. j Bank of Com. 160 7874 Beth Steel.. 77 Beth Stl B.. 96 Beth S pf els EC74 Brook R T.. 105 Burns Bros.. 19 Butte & Sap C I Callahan 133?4" Can Pacific. 33 Cal Packing. 1275 Cal Petrol.. 9 Cent Leather 65 Chandler M. 4375 Ches & Ohio 3175 Cerro Cop... C G W pf.. 45 C M & S P. 19 CRI&Pcts 4675 CRI&P 6 wi. 53 CRI&P 7 wi. 15 Chile Copper 40& Chin C Cop. 3576 ColF&I... 31 Col G & E. 2174 Col & South. 8775 Consol Gas.. 2775 Corn Prod... 9075 Corn Prod pf 61M Crucible Stl. S8 Cuba C Sue. 80U Cuba C S pf . 97 Del & Hud.. D L & W.. D & R G pf . 3774 Dist Secur.. P.M. 21 4 375 1876 7075 37li 61 27 1276 19 10 2175 5676 53 97 59 53 79 Low. 21 54 375 1876 7075 36?4 61 27 1276 57 10 2175 5676 51 97 59 52 78 10075 10O75 10075 100 100 100 112 179 4076 2174 5676 8776 89 9975 95 59 52 5175 6074 9175 160 76 7475 95 48?4 112 179 4075 2174 57 89 89 99 9674 59 t4 52 60U 9175 160 76 7574 96 48 26 5776 8475 26 2475 6975 76 91 35 82 24 4875 16 43 80 23 53 2175 72K 67 10 133 19 25 67 8376 36 2674 N Y N U&U 26 2376 7076 N Y Centtal 70 68)5 78 Mova Sco Stl 76 76 927 North Pacific 92 0 36 Ohio Gas.... 3A 3574 82 Owens B M. 82 82 2475 Pacific Mail. 24 24 4375 Pcnn R P... 48 48 16 Pere Marqct 1675 16 44 Pitta. Coal... 4376 43 0 Pitts Coal pf 80 80 23J5 Pitts &WVa 23 23 53 Press Stl Car 53 53 22 Ray Con Cop 2176 2175 74 Rep I & Stl. 73J4 71 70)4 Readme .... 70 67 10 Seab'rdAL. 1076 10 14175 Sears Rotck 14275 138 19 Shattuck AC 39 19 326)6 Southern Ky. 57 So Ry pf... 85 South Pacific 3676 studebaker . 141 Texas Co. 1254 Term C & C. 6175 Tobac Prod. 114 USIndAL. U S In Al pf 11776 Union Pacific 11676 115)6 11674 7475 Union Pac pr 7475 7475 7475 114 Und Typ pf . 114 114 114 89 U Cic Stores 8776 86 87 117 United Fruit 115 114 114 5675 US Rub.... 55)4 "54 54 100 U S Steel-.. S9 96 97 113 US Steel pf 112)4 112 112 80 Utah Copper 80)5 7875 80 41 Wabash pf A 40 4076 4075 43)4 WestTiouse-- 41 40 4075 15 Western Md. 14 14 14 W. &. L. Erie 1075 10 10 36 White M' 5 34 3475 TWO HUNDRED GIRLS ATTEND MEADE DANCE THE LOCAL MARKET FIFTEEN SHARES OF STOCK CHANGE HANDS OLD PATRONS GO No Trading In Bonds Session Is Dull Five Shares of Capital Traction 8ell at Slight Advance, Other Qotslp of Financial Realm. There was little activity on the Washington Stock Exchange today. Broken lots aggregating fifteen sharas of stock represented the day's sales. There was no trading In bonds. Dur ing the regular call Ave shares of Capital Traction went at 81, a slight aavance. rive shares of Washington Gas sold at 69 H. and Ave more changed hands at B, a drop of a point from yesterday's prices. 25 57 8376 35)4 1:875 13674 138)4 1175 11 1175 49 46 4776 113)4 1127s 11275 95 95 95 The Waahlnrton Chaster of the American Institute of Banking will start Its winter meetings tonight at the chapter hall. 1214 F street north west. Charles A. Douglas Is to talk on "Commercial and Financial Condi tlons of Mexico." Short talks will also be given by Milton Harrison. secretary of the savings section of the American Bankers' Association, and Jerome Thralls, secretary of the clearing house section. HOMESILENl r,BUT ALLTAKEBOnLE RRST ARRESTS Because the Government has taken over all but th first floor of the Bond building, the Equitable Life Assur ance Society has rented offices In the Munsey building, the Provident Life and Trust Company has established quarters In the Cheslty building, and the Prudential Life has movad to the Kellogg building. TODAY'S 8ALE8. Capital Traction, 3881. Washington Gas, S8SSH. 5356. 16)6 Erie 16 A Typical American Production, With the Usual Cast of Talented Artists and S. H. Dudley and His Mule. Dave's Latest Musical Hit, Entitled "You, You, You." Dave's Own Compositions of Thirty Years Ago- Blended Into One Big Number. The Mammoth Finale, Introducing Rulers of All Nations! THIS SHOW! DON'T MISS IT! 24 Erie 1st pf.. 18 Erie 2nd pfd. 32 Gaston Wms 127 Gen Elec... 8476 Gen Motors.. 8 Goodrich B F 70 Granby Mia. 9776 G North pf 2675 Gt Nor Ore. S8)e Greene C C. 8776 Gulf St Stl- Hark & Bar. 9875 111 Central.. 42 Ins Copper.. 102 Int.Har.,NJ.. 7 Inter Con... 46 Int Con pf.. 26)6 Int Nickel 22 Int Paper... 15 Kan City So. Kan C So pf . 44 Kellly S T.. 32 tlennecott .. 767s Lack Steel.. 15 Lee R & Tire 56 r !,!.. Vnl 7775 76 97 49 103 10275 1027S 19 18)4 18)5 1175 1175 IVA 14 13J75 133 3775 35)4 36 1175 66 62)4 45!i 31 207a 4375 17 46 52 14 38 33 30 21 6675 26 90)6 57 27)6 0 96)4 191 191 191 13)6 13)6 13)s 36 1576 23 1775 32 12)5 68)4 6375 4876 31)s 2076 45)4 18 46 63 15 40 35 31)5 21 67 27)4 0)b 19 28 80 9775 3774 1175 66 6375 46)5 31 2076 45 18)5 46 52 14 c9 33)6 31)4 21 86 277b 90)6 t8 277S 80 TA CAMP MEADE, Nov. 1. Two hun dred Washington girls attended the Halloween reception and dance given at Camp Meade last night by the three companies in the District ma chine gun battalion. The dance was held In the barracks club room, which was decorated In real Halloween style by foraging raids on the ad joining countryside for autumn fo liage, shocks ot cornstalks and pump kins. Sergt. Rudolph Santelmann, son of the leader of the Marine Band, and Corporal Harold G. Toomey, both pro moted yesterday from the ranks of private, were members of the enter tainment committee. The first drive to enroll all the soldiers at Camp Meade In the Insur ance class has been launched. As a starter thirty-two men at Camp Meade took out 110,000 policies, cov ering 1320,000 in Insurance. The pre mium Is so comparatively small, and ma yajTBicnia on sucn easy terms, tnat efforts will be made to Induce as many of the soldiers as possible to taxe out HU.TOO policies. LOCAL BOND MARKET. GOVERNMENT BONDS. Bid. Asked. U. S. reg. 2's 97 H ... U. S. coupon 2's 9SH - U. 8. reg. 3's V3h U. S. coupon 3's 63 U. S. reg. 4's 104U U. 8. coupon 4's........ 105 ?i Liberty 3-'s . 99.80 GAS BONDS. Washington Gas S'b.... 9SU RAIROAD BONDS. Cap. Traction R. R. S's. 98 & Wash. R. & Elec. 4's... 73K Wash, Alex, tc ML V. S's ... ' MISCELLANEOUS BONDS. Potomac Elec. cons. S's 97 Potomac Elec. Lt. S's.. 101 102H Potomac Elec. Lt. ffs.. 100' 102 H 99 106H 100U -a 75 88 S 97H 95 93 95 94 100 2475 17 :-2 37 1575 2475 17 32 12776 12575 127 85 37 70 97)4 26 37 90 31 98 42)4 102 776 45 J6 21 15 48 43)b ;2'4 7575 15 5 83 !6 3776 68 9575 25 3775 85) 20)5 9i 41)4 84)4 37 68 S6 25)4 3775 85)5 3075 98 41 GARDINER WILL STOP CROWDING AT MOVIES Declaring that by his own observations and from Information received In letters he has found conditions in some of the smaller Washington moving pictures the aters to be dangerous. Commissioner Gardiner has ordered an Investigation which probably will result In the adop tion of strict regulations to prevent over crowding. Mr. Gardner said today he would rec ommend to the Commissioners the adop tion of a regulation requiring theaters, when all seats are sold, to display a Ign '"Standing Room Only." This, he said, would prevent the gathering of large crowds In the rear of the theaters which block the exists. With a view of beginning prosecutions against owners failing to comply with the present regulations. Commissioner Gardiner has ordered that Inspection of the theaters be made by Fire Marshal Nicholson. ALLIED NAVIES URGED TO BEAT SUBMARINES Amer. TeL. A Telga. 4's Am. TeL & TeL C Tr S's Amer. Grapho. 1st 6a... D. C. Paper Mfg. S's.... Wash. Market S's 1927.. Wash. Market S's 1947.. W. M. Cold Storage S's.. Sec. Stg. & Safe Dep. S's. N. W. Steamboat S's.. 100 Rlggs Rsalty S's (long). ... RIggs Realty S's (short). 100 U. S. Realty S's 104 PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS. Capital Traction 80 81 Wash. Ry. & Elec. com 70 Wash. Ry. & Elec prd. 73 70 Washington Gas S3 67 Amer. TeL & Telga Ill ... TYPE MACHINE STOCKS. Mergenthaler Linotype.. 140 143 Lanston Monotype. ... ... 70 NATIONAL BANK STOCK. American Nat. Bank.... 150 Columbia Nat. Bank Commercial Nat. Bank.. 190 District Nat. Bank 143 Fan. & Mech. Nat. Bank. 230 Federal Nat. Bank 170 Lincoln Nat. Bank 160 Nat. Metropolitan Bank. 200 Rlgga Nat. Bank TSUST COMPANY STOCKS. Amer. Sec & Trust 253 Nat. Sav. & Trust 283 Union Trust 120 123 Wash. Loan & Trust... 235 Continental Trust 120 124 SAVINGS BANK STOCKS. Home Savings 420 ... Bank of Com. & Sav.... 12 ... East Wash. Sav. Bank.. 12H ... Sec. Sav. & Com. Bank.. 165 ... FIRE INSURANCE STOCKS. Arlington Fire Insur... 8 Corcoran Fire Iusur. ... 80 Firemen's Fire Insur... 19 ... Ger. Amer. Fire Insur... 275 ... Nat. Union Fire Insur... O'A ... TITLE INSURANCE STOCKS. Real Estate Title Ins 80 MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS. Chapin Sacka 150 ISO D. C. Paper Mfg. Co 140 200 Mer. Trans. & Storage.. 100 110 Security Storage Sec Stge. & Safe Dep. Washington Market ... U. S. Realty Co 101 102 102 21814 210 145 490 While the northwest section of Washington, with Its many' clubs, fashionable hotels, and cafes where drinks were served saw the saloons close In a blase of'gayety, the other sections of the District celebrated (ue event In a much quieter way. North east, southeast, an. southwest Wash ington became dry with but little emotion, and today went about busi ness Just the -same as If Intoxicating drinks had not been banished at midnight. That strong drinks made their exit In an orderly manner In each ot these sections. Is shown by the police blot ters of the. precincts there. When the last llg-t In J. D. Col lins' saloon at Fittenth and H streets was put out shortly after midnight, liquor's stronghold In the northeast lost Its charm. ' As the last patrons of Collins' filed out. all with a bottle wrapped. In newspapers, a great silence fell across the usual busy square. There was no shouting, no singing. No throng gath ered around the patrol box on the corner with some poor luckless one awaiting the wagon once a familiar sight. Drlaka At Regnlar Prices. Ed Roche's bar was closed long be fore midnight. Drinks were sold at the regular prices, but little variety was offered. .This was the place where the countryside of Maryland bad gathered over their glasses. Here Maryland elections, lt has been said. have been decided won and lost In Roche's bar. And lt closed without ceremony and early. Charles R. Talbert, widely known Importer of wines and liquors, also closed his shop about 6 o'clock. He had sold out. Today, Talbert's near beer and soft drink emporium opened. The quietness around Fifteenth and II streets was in evidence throughout northeast. But for a few returning from Halloween parties, busy H street -was deserted from North Cap itol street to the city limits. "It was one of the quietest nlghU northeast ever enjoyed," said Desk Sergeant Jett at No. 9 police station. "Only one man was arrested for being drunk, and that was early In the aft ernoon. A false fire alarm was turned in, but that Is a!L" In the southeast. McCormick's "Old Stand," at 227 Pennsylvania avenue, lived up to Its name and was the last to dose. Fan la Wladew Sim, For weeks clever signs In the win dows had regaled the passer-by and many a one who did not pass by. "After me the deluge; after Ofc,' prohibition and what!" read one. "Between war taxes and prohibi tion there Is very little lluor left Get yours now or forever hold your peace." was another. But even so, there was liquor to the last at -llc'i." A big, truck backed up to the door late In the evening and a group ot huskies began, toailng-out the remlnfnar UNDER NEW LAW COME IN HURRY Here are the first arrests trader tt new Sheppord law. befor lt was tar effect on day: Morgan C Chewnlng. of 1009 Elm enth street southeast, former aaJoosr keeper, was arrested, charged with selling beer to three boys, on seven teen years old and th other two six teen years old. Edward Masters, fifty-two years old. of 1354 Four-and-a-half street south west, was arrested for being drank. He was made prisoner on Watet street southwest at seven minutes after midnight. He was released thli morning on his personal bond. The warrant for Chewnlng- wal sworn out by Sergeant Davis, wh4 says he found five kegs of been Is Chewnlng cellar. Th chars against Chewnlng was phrased) "Keeping liquor for sal." According to Sergeant Davis, ih three boys to whom Chewnlng was selling the pseudo near-beer were Paul Serrln. of 1338 L street; George Hlller. of 1327 L street, and William Radcliff. of 1343 L street, air of southeast. Chewnlng had opened his saloon today as a soft drinks place. Th first arrest under the new law for driving a horse-drawn vehlel while In an Intoxicated condition was made by Policeman D. L. Dodd, of No. 1 precinct, when he arrested Albert A. Jones, who was driving a hack. Frank Downey. 1218 Ninth street southwest, was the second man ar rested for drunkenness after mid night last night. Ho was taken Into the Second precinct station at-12:10 a. m. Police Court this morning- was a busy place, although, according tto the officers of the court, not as liv ly as had been anticipated. An un usually large number ot women were on hand, looking; for missing huso bonds. Financial Clerk Atkins said, his re-" celpts for the day would amount to about 11,000 In "fines and forfsK collateral. the remaining cases. A majority of the bars In the south east were closed early, having com pletely cleaned cut their stocks. Po licemen reported but few drunks, and the crowd for the most part was good natured, even though markedly .bibu lous. In the southwest It was the same story. Early In the evening there was a run on the bars by those who wished to stock up. There was no revel and most of the saloons closed Just after dark. PRINCE GEORGE'S BARS DRY ALSO; WILL TEST UW 10 190 9S 17',i 12 200 THE 10176 10176 7X 7)6 45 2176 2075 14 47)4 4275 31)4 74)4 15 4 45 2176 20 1475 47) 4275 C-l)i 75 15 '5 mrnzwzm HsfiTfTiTtf . ircraiiii nvi:n., iniiHgEjawKraEi LONDON, Nov. 1. Although the ex Istence of German submarine cruis ers as large as 5,000 tons, has been scoffed at in official circles, the na val correspondent of the Evening News sounds a warning to the navies of the allies and urges them to unite. He quotes a etatement attributed to Admiral Benson, In Washington on September 22. that euch submarine cruisers are in existence. The army and navy must also sj Judged by re sults, says the same paper editorially. WAR ETCHINGS ON VIEW. An exhibition of lithographs by Joseph Pennell of war work In Great Britain and America is to be openetl this evening by the Secretary of the Navy at a. private view and reception In the National Museum. These litho graphs were made under a special permit Issued to Mr. Pennell by the governments of the two nations. The exhibition will be open In the National Gallery, National Museum, free to the public from tomorrow until Novem ber 24. WOUNDED, KEEPS 8ILENT. MILLVILLE. N. J Nov. 1. While playing war with companions, Fred Sterner, a small boy, was accidentally shot In the knee by Stenaon Thomp son. Sterner limped home and told his parents he was suffering from rheumatism, but when the pain be came too severe he confessed. The pistol bullet, deeply Imbedded In the flesh, was located by a physician by th x-rays. Thompson said ha did not know that th weapon was loaded. WHOLE8ALE AND RETAIL PRODUCE MARKET. The f ollewlD wtre lb prcranlBg- prices at the Munlctml Farmers' Produce liartut t cay. according to th Departmsnt ot Wolsbta, uruum. ana Usrkots or us uumet: Bnu. Mr 100 bunch.. 11.00 to 15.00 Cabtur. Pr baml H.JStoJl.W CarroM. per 100 bunches l2 00toH. Kale, per barrel 11.00 to ll.a Lettuce, per Crete 11.00 to 11.3 Potatoee, per barrel II. CO toll. 3 SplDach. per crate U-2S Toinatoee. per box I1MIOU.CO Turnlpe. per box T5e to 11.00 Applee. per barrel n.00tot!00 Peart, per box WctoTlc Set potatoes I3.t0totl.00 BALTIMORE GRAIN MARKET. BALTIMORE, Nov. 1. Wheat un changed; No. 2 soft red, 2.22; No. 2 red winter, 2.21; receipts, 67,433 bushels; shipments, 2G3. Corn, not quoted; receipts, 4,574; shipments, 1,831. Oats, lrm: No. 3 white. CO; re ceipts, 73,512; shipments. 82.312. Rye, easier: No. 2 western export spot: 1.84; receipts, 44,128; shipments, 52.255. Hay, steady: unchanged. Flour, steady. SALOON MEN TO RENEW FIGHT ON DRY LAW Martin Roth and other five saloon keepers, who tried to have the courts enjoin the District Commissioners from putting Into effect the Sheppard excise law, their petition being denied by Justice Gould, will not appeal the case to the Appelate Court," but will file a new suit attacking the consti tutionality of the law. "The actual going Into effect of the Sheppard law," said Attorney Do Putron, who appears for Roth, takes away from my client any case for ap peal. The Commissioners cannot be enjoined now from carrying out the law. because lt Is already a matter of fact My clients will now Insti tute a new suit attacking the consti tutionality of the Sheppard act." JOHN W.JOHNSTON GETS POSTOFFICE PROMOTION Bond Boxes YOU need a Strong Box or a Safe to keep your Liberty Bonds in. See Us Before Buying. C. Schneider's Sons 1207 F St. Main 168. UPPER MARLBORO. ML. Nor. L Prince George's county slid Into the dry column on the stroke of 13 last midnight; getting there simultaneously with the District of Columbia, one of Its .nearest! neighbor. The cry of the thirsty is. "ll'salong way to Baltimore." which U thaheareatv point to procure the fluid of cheer; aath result of the act passed at th recent special Mesaiaa of the Maryland legislature. Fifty saloons In this county doses! their doros at midnight. Sheriff Ostss and his deputies kept a close watch to see that the law was strictly enforced. So far as is known, there was no at tempt to violate the. statute, and th closing was attended by no unusual ex citement. At a conference of th saloon keep ers yesterday It la understood that a decision was reached that several of the proprletora would reopen their places of business November 7, It Is known that these men will be arrest ed and placed under bond, and this action Is anticipated by the saloon men. whose Idea Is to test the consti tutionality ot the act. It la argued by the saloon men that the effect ot the act means .a confis cation of their property. In View ot the fact that they have paid 4 license fee to conduct business until May, 1918, and that the law makes no pro vision for a refund. One of the effects ot the closing of the saloons Is that Bladensburg loses J1.000 per annum; Upper Marlboro. S450, and Bowie S300. This means' that the taxpayers In there towns will have to make up this deficit. Th road fund of the county will be short 14,500. which means on additional 2 per cent on each 3100 to the taxpya ers of the county. FINANCIAL John W. Johnston, of New York, has been promoted from superintend ent of the division of registration of malls of the Postofflce Department to chief clerk to the First Assistant Postmaster General. Mr. Johnston's knowledge of the work In postofflces made him pe culiarly fitted for this position. He was appointed In the Postofflce De partment as a 1900 clerk In 1902, and has been promoted through the vari ous clerkship grades. Mr. Johnston Is a gradual of, law. ntsts22S NINTH G TINE TO SAVE 3$on SAVINGS ACCOUNTS EQUITABLE COOPERATIVE BUNG ASSOCIATION Assets, $3,355,222,27 If Yoa Desire z Leu Consult the Equitable .. We loan on real eetate or to take up mortgages. You con make repayments In small nm monthly, and are not limited tor the regular monthly payment. Ne Brokerage. N Coauataal. 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