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rliiE VAHLMM02n TIMES, .MONDAY. feEFJ LAiULU 'M. li)i.
YANK lii BERLIN TODICTATEPEACE ' "It is time for peace talk when our army gets to Berlin." said Congress man S. D. Fess. of Ohio, at the open air services on the Ellipse yesterday afternoon. More than 10.000 persons thronged around the stand and en thusiastic applause greeted the speakers remarks. Congressman Fess said German phraseology had suddenly undergone a chance. "Instead of "the point of the sword,' and crushed by the mailed fist, we hear 'peace negotiation.' and infor mal conference. The Kaiser must be having a nightmare." The statement that "American grit and genius by its shipbuilding pro gram has overcome the submarine menace," was cheered. The speaker said that nearly 2.000.000 American soldiers had been transported over seas and that next year, with eighty divisions In the field, "we will smash the German line any place we please." Kvll Da.e of All Ills.. The Rev. Earle Wllfley, preaching In the Vermont Avenue Christian Church on "Sin and the Saviour," said that evil was at the base of all the ills of the world. Just as the covetous ness and selfishness of the German nation had brought on the present war. 'The Call to Colors" was enacted in song and story at the Wesley M. E. Chapel by the Sunday school pupils In place of the regular service. A service flag with thirty-two stars was raised, replacing one with fifteen stars. The Rev. William A. Haggerty spoke on the importance of buying Liberty bonds. New Pastor Installed. With the various Lutheran churches of the city taking part, the Rev. Henry Manken. Jr., was Installed as the pastor of the Lutheran Church of the Incarnation yesterday. The Rev. Mr. Manken comes to this city from Baltimore. "The Divine Rights of Democracy" was the subject of the farewell ser mon of the Rev. Everett Burnett at the Foundry M. E. Church, whose pul pit will be supplied by the Rev. Lu. clan Clark until Dr. Burnett's suc cessor Is appointed. He left today with Mrs. Burnett for his new charge in Columbus, Ohio. DR. C. R. EASTMAN DEAD NEW YORK. Sept. 30. The body of a man found drowned at Long Beach has been Identified as that of Dr. Charles Rochester Eastman, a wide ly Known American scientist. Dr. Eastman, who had been serving on the War Trade Board at Washington, went to the ocean resort recently to recuperate from Spanish influenza. It is believed he collapsed while walk ing and fell Into the sea. COTTON MARKET. Furnished The Wsshtagton Tlmti or N. L. Carpenter A Co 'ew Turk. Branch office. Woodward Building. Herbert H. 4 Brawn, manager. Kevr York Erev. Otn. Hleh.-Oxnr. rtTrnTTJIoYeTi Jan... 332 33.22 32.38 33.17 32.77 Mar.. 33.QS 33.10. n? sr a-inn ntRi May.. 32.0S 33.07 32.70 32.9S 32.55 Oct. 33.85 33.90 33.78 33.00 33.52' Dec. 33.40 33.42 3.1G 33.40 33.02! A'evc Orleans Jan. 32.00 32.13 31.S9 32.12 31.72i Mar.. 32.04 32.20 31.90 32.10 31.72 j utl... o.vj ). v-.3U 34.) 3i:.(H Dec . 32.13 32.10 31.99 32.13 31.75 Today's Market Hints Prices to retatltr and general market Information turn shed by Bureau or Mar kets. U. S. Department of Agriculture: fair prices to consumers, by the District Food Administration. ABUNDANT Strlnc beans, peppers, cab bage, eggplant, potatoes. cooklnE apples, aweet corn, onions, sweet potatoes, lemons. NORMAL Beets, kale, spinach, lettuce. iinm oeans. turnips, peacnes, (Tapes. SCARCE Tomatoes, carrots, cucumbers, parsnips, bananas, oranges, cantaloupes, grape fruit. """ VEGETABLES. Product, Crade, ete. BEANS, snap. U pk, ao.. iima, qu 40.50c BEETS, bunch S- 7c CELERY, bunch J. 7e CABUAUE.N. Y.. lb l'i-IWc do., local, lb 2. :c CARROT, bunch S- 4c do., cut. lb I-JVjC EGGPLANT Local, earn 4- c KALE. pk. 7-llc LETTUCE, local, head 3- Cc do- New York, head t- c ONIONS, dry. U pk 1-lOe rEprERS, local, each. .-Hic POTATO KS No. 1. pk. (IS lbs.) 4S-S0C No. 2. pk. (IS lbs.). 27-22C Sweet. No. 1. A pk. 11.15c Sweet, No. I, i pk -7c sriNACu New-Zealand. U pk.. 5c do., native, U pk.. .. l-12c SQUASH White and yellow. each l-2',c Marrow, lb. ... . 2- 3c SWEET CORN Large, doz 2S-40c Medium, dox. 15-20C TOMATOES Local, large U pk. 17-20c Local, small, M pk 12-lSc do., local green. U pk. S- Sc TCRNTTS Bunch 4- (c Topped, lb ls.21ic FRUITS. ArrLES First Grade. do.. Grimes. U pk... 13-lSc do., Baldwin. U pk.. 11-Hc do.. York. U pk 12-14c do. No. Spy. U pk.. 13-lSc do.. Jonathan. U pk. 17.19c do:, Ben" Davis' U Pk -ll c do., other varieties, U pk -lle do., second grades. V rk m-llc BANANAS, doz 22-20C UA.MiKJl.rKi, local No. 1, each.. -jc do- Del., each 5-7e do- lloner Dew. ea, 2233c GRAPES New York(2 qt bsk) SOe do- California. Ib...:-13hc LEMONS Cat, 442's. doz... 7-i:e Cat. 160's. doz.... 14-17e ORANGES Cal., Ill's, doz.... 52-SSe do- Cal- 17's. doz. S2-CIC PEARS, fancy, doz.... 13-4S ao. Keller, pk. .e-t,c PEACnES (4 t)t. bsk) White and yellow. . 46-soc do., white and yel low H pk.... 22-I4C AGAINST EXEMPTING OFFICERS FROM TAX Cost to Fair pries Retailer to Consum Today. er Today. 3- ic sc S0-C7C 7-1 fte 4-IOr Si-SHc J- 5c 4- Sc 3- &e G-'se 9-16e 5- So 7-lle 10-14 1- 2c SS-Ce 31-420 14-2c S-IOe 8-lOe 12-1M 1-Se 3- 4c 31-Ue 2-2Se 21-40 1J-21C 3- So 17-!7e 14-l!le 17-lSc 17-tOc SS-2SC 12-130 12.1SC S-lSe 2S-43C -lSc 7.1 le 31-51C 3-4oe 10-lSfl s-lle 1I-24C C3-73a "S-XJc 40-OOc 37-340 59-Wc 2-3lc Secretary Daniels has sent a letter to Senator Simmons, chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, protest ing against the discrimination shown by that body In offering an amend ment to the new revenue measure which would exempt naval officers serving abroad from paying Income taxes. "It Is my judgment," the Secre tary said, "that the Income tax should be paid alike by everyone those In the naval service and all other military service as well as those in the civilian walks of life." Constant interchange of order would make it impossible for the Navy Department to determine who shall and who shall not pay the tax. Officers are sent from shore duty to serve In foreign waters as the exi gencies of the service demand. Recent promotions for a number of officers have appreciably increased their incomes, and the last session of Congress gave quarters to of ficers on foreign duty. Besides, naval officers have not asked for ex emption from the tax. GATHER FRUIT PIT KILLED 5 WHALES, Tl dEN LOST THEM CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET. Farnlabid tha Washington Times by N. L. Carpenter & Co.. New York. Branch ofScs TVondwars BMi, H. H. Brown, mininr. Corn Open. High. Low. 2 p.m. October... 139 142 13G- 136S4 November. 137i lZS'.i 133T 133 Uaza 72's 72? 72 72i 1?.'. T.13i September October. . . November. Lard October Pork November. . Ribs October. . . ". 70 71 ; 72 1 ; 70 71 2C.C2 2G.G5 2C.G2 25.65 23.55 23.53 23.33 23.55 23.30 23.50 23.50 23.50 CHRISTMAS COVE. Me, Sept 30. Having killed five whales since Au gust 19 and being unable to get one of them to port In fresh condition, all having sunk before he could make fast to them. Cass Brackett. of this fishing hamlet. Is wonderelng if there isn't more money In straight ground fishing than in whaling. Any one of these five whales safely landed at Portland would have brought Cass and his .crew of five, gross receipts of from S2.500 to J3.000. but. as Cass says: "What we might have got, but didn't, won't pay for gunpowder and whale bombs, T 0 SAVE SOLDI Washington today is in a race with every big American city to reach Its goal first with its quota of fruit pits and nut shells which the nation was asked to collect by the Government August 26, for use In making gas mask charcoal for the protection of American soldiers' against German gas attacks. Today school children, "Mrs. D. C. Housewife," the churches, the Red Cross, community centers, department stores, hotels, and restaurants. Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, Camp Fire Girls, practically all the organizations of the city are enrolled in the cam paign to collect fruit pits. Twelve hundred national. State, municipal, and private institutions, in cluding hospitals, have been circular ized by the Food Administration and urged to Join in the campaign. Until the nation says "enough" is the slogan adopted by many organiza tions. As many as 250 barrels have been placed In and around Washing ton, at street corners and in stores. They bear this placard pasted on the front: O O : WANTED : : FRUIT PITS. NUT SHELLS. : : : Gas masks save our sol- : : diers' lives have them dried : : before presenting. : From the number of little school girls, coming to school in the morn ing with market basket on arm as well as their books, bringing peach pits they have collected, and Girl Scouts dumping them from the bar rels at the schools, Mrs. Ellen B. Dabney, in charge of the District campaign, estimated today that so far Girl Scouts alone have collected WALL ST. MARKET NEW YORK. Sept. 30. The over- Sunday news from the battlefields and the news this morning of the submission of Bulgaria to armistice terms caused an urgent opening de mand for many stocks, with several issues selling at new high prices for this movement. Steel common moved up Ti. to H3rs. and similar gains were mad: in the other steel industrials. Mexico Pete moved up -V points, to 113H, and Texas Company made a gain of over 3 points, to above 177. The only Important exception to the advancing movement was American Sumatra, which dropped -.i points, to 107i. on unusually heavy trading. The market closed dull. Open. High Alaska G. M. Co.. 3H 3i lTs 30'. 68 li 45 Close. 3S 1 30 H 68 45 W Alaska Juneau Allls Chalmers... 31 Am. Beet Sugar.. 69 Am, Can 43T4 Am. Can pf. .... 02 Am. Car & Fdy.. 884 874 87 Am. Cotton Oil.. 42?s 42',s 424 A. M. S 110 107Tb 107i B. I. F. com 77 77 77 B. LF. pf. 6G OO'.j C6',i Am. H. & Leath. 21 20 20 Am. H. & L. pfd. 94i 02 92 Amer. Ice Sec. 354 34, 34 Amer. Lin. Co.. 42U 41 42 Amer. Loco 67 604 67 Am. Smel. & Ref. 70 77 78 Am. S. & R. pfd. 103 103 103 Amer. Steel Fdy. 01 8S 90 Amer. Tel. & Tel. 97 97 97 Amer. Woolen.. 55i 55 539 Amer. W. P. pfd. 33 33 35 B. S. B S2 78T 79 G. V 47 40T 40 Anaconda 60 63 69 At, Top. & S. V. 86 86 86 Baldwin Loco ... 91 89 89 B. & O. pfd 53 53 53 Beth. Steel pfd.. 103 103 103 Brook. Rpd. Tr.. 41 41 VI 41 Burns Bros 154 153 153 Butte & Superior. 25 23 23 Cal. Petrol 21 20 21 Cal., Pet., Pfd 65 63 64 170 162 170 70 69 70 89', 57 94 4S 8 26 17 40 46 30 3 94 44 65 30 54 "i 10 15 31 able to locate the carcasses of the whales when they float, as they will, One has already done so. This won't be so good as getting them Into port soon after being killed, as their only value will then be the oil recovered. However, as whaie oil is worth $1.50 a gallon, and a full-grown right whale will yield many barrels of oil, even after It has been sunk for some weeks. Cass and his crew will make a good thing, even though they recover not more than two of their kill. FINANCIAL 4ih Liberty Loan Subscriptions Invited YOU ARE HELPING "UNCLE SAM" AS WELL AS HELPING YOURSELF IN BUILDING A BANK ACCOUNT Every dollar you bank earns you interest and adds just so much to the nation's working capital to Your Coun try's Credit. Become a War Saver THIS PAY DAY, if you are not one already. This conveniently lo cated bank will prove the most satisfactory depository for your .funds. Practically any oldest savings depository amount will open an in in Washington terest-earning account at this fifty-year-old insti Samc Rate of Interest Paid tution, and balances, On Both Large and large and small draw the Small Accounts same rate of interest. OFFICERS: WILLIAM D. HOOVER. President. FRANK STETSON Trnst Officer WOODBrRY BLAIR. First V. Pres. CHAS. C LAMBORN Treasurer FRANK V. STONE. Second V. Pre. B. PERCIVAX WILSON, Asst. ?reas. DIRECTORS: George Howard William D. Hoover -.. ...... . ,. . !-... I- ....... ... n His only hope of making anything I---? '"l "":"" fncUr masks t of this month's whaling is in being mak charcoal for sixt -four masks tor ui3 ii.ii. j- mil,. ..-- 13,500 peach pits, Mrs. Dabney esti mates, and a little barrel 9,000. The most popular barrel is the one on the main floor of Woodward & Lothrop's department store. This is filling up quicker than the others. One unique side of the campaign is the organization of nutting par ties. Forty Washington girls gath ered 140 pounds of nuts in the woods near Great Falls, Va.. yesterday, chaperoned by Mrs. r. L Ransome. chairman of the Woman's Land Army of America for the District. How can peach pits and nut shells be made into gas masks, you ask7 Captain Kenny, of the chemical laboratory at Camp Leach, explains the process: "The peach pits arc burned to a charcoal. The charcoal Is placed In a tin box and put in the gas mask. It serves the purpose of absorbing the poison gas before it reaches the nostrils of the soldier." The Camp Leach soldiers are mak ing gas masks from the fruit pits that are being collected in Washing- Save for Your Country or Slave for the Hun. FINANCIAL Woodbury Blair James A. Buchanan William A. H. Church Walter C. Clephane wiinam v. tox William E. Edmonston Victor Kauffmann Samuel Maddox Samuel McGowan Reginalds. Huldekoper Frank W. Stone Thomas R. Jones William U. Walker Henry K. Wlllard NATIONAL SAVINGS & TRUST CO. 52nd Year Oldest Savings Depository in Washington Cor. 15th and New York Ave. 52nd Year Canadian Pac... Cent. Leather Chandler Motor. . C. & O C. & N. W C M. & St. P.... C. M. & St. P. pfd. C. R. L & P. Chile Copper Chlno Copper... Col. Fuel & Iron. Col. Gas & Elec. Con. L. Callaban. Cons. Gas Corn Products .. Crucible Steel Cuba C Sugar . . Distillers' Sec. .. Dome Mines .... Erie Erie 1st pfd General Electric. 119 General Motors . 123',, Goodrich 120 'A Granby Mines ... 83U Great North pfd. 92 Grecne-Cananea . 122 Gulf State Steel.. 78i Inspiration Cop. . 55 U Internat. Nickel. SOU Intcrnat. Paper.. C5'.i Kan City South. 19 Kelly Co 4J'.4 Kennecott 34 Lacka Steel 82 Lee Rub & Tire. 1911 Lehlrh Valley ... 00 Loose-Wiles 28 Lou. & Nash 11G1 Mar ct 274 Mar ct Pfd 10B Maxwell Motor 29 Max Mot 1st pfd 60 Mexican Petrol... 121 Miami Copper. . . . M.. K. & T. Mo. Pacific Mont. Power Nat. Enam. & St. National Lead 2S', . 21H 70 50 5 5S?i SG 57 H 94 i 4S'.i 77 M 25 i 17 40 4G?i "oh SOU 64 30 53',, 0 13Vi 31 U 14S1 j no lis 83U 91 ! 78 54K 30 U 35 10Ti 411 "5 33 Vi 88 00 28 11611 27i 103 104 89 14 57 04 H 48H 78 26?1 17U 40 46 os1;; 44 64 30 K 53 10V1 151 31 i 149 123Vi 120 83 U 92 ' 78 55 30i 35 19 4 6 'A 33 soil 19V1 60 28 27 : :8 59 112"i 27T, 234 CS 50 58 U 73 U 40 20 103 87 42 N. V. Air Brake.. 122 N. Y. Central .. 71, N. V., N. 11. & II... 41 N. Y.. O. & W.. 20 Norfolk & West. 104'4 North. Pacific... 87 North America.. 42 Ohio C. Gas .".8, 37 Pac Mail S. S.. 31 i 31 ?i Pan. Am. P. pfd. 97 97 Pennsyl. R. U... 43 43?1 People's Gas 50 48 Saxon Motors 8 8j Sea. Air Line... 7 7 Sea. Air L pfd.. 21 -V 21 South Pacific 88', Southern Ily 28 Southern Ry. pfd. 6S Stulldebaker 531 Studebakcr pfd.. 42 Tcnn. Copper 17 Texas Co 1S7 Tobacco Prod. . . . 63 Union Pacific . . . 126 United Clg. Stores 102 United Krult 134 U. S. Ind. Al.-ohol 116 V. S. Rub 61 U. S. S. & Rfg.. 13' U. S. Steel 11. V, With the passing of the fruit sea r,n the army will have to depend chiefly upon nut shells for the char-i; s. steel, pfd.. 110 Utah Cop M, Va.-Car Chc.m.. 551 Va.-Iron C. & C. 72 Waba.th. pfd A.. 39 Westlnghouse ....11 coal that will have our boys from the agonies of gas poisoning. Banks and trust companies in which funds of the rairoad adlmin istration or of the various Federal treasuries are deposited must pay 2 nr rent interest on deposits, pay able by check on demand and 3 per cent on time drpclts payable after thirty days, secretary aicAaoo, in making the announcement said an Investigation recently made shows that rales of Interest allowed by banks on railroad deposits ranged from 2 to 5 per cent, and that the higher rates paid had been used by some banks as an excuse for ex cessive rates ch'arged to customers. FINANCIAL The Safest Investments ara tboaa tnat da not fiuctuatt durlns; dis turbed conditions of the money or 'stock tnarkata. Flrat ded of trust nntca tflrat morttaces). well secured on ra! astats la tha District of Columbia, constltuta -gilt-edre" Investmsrta, and they do not da rend upon tha financial responsibility ot Individuals or corporations for their sta bility w can supply such Investments In amounts from ilOO upward. Send for booklet. "Concerning: Loans and Invest ments. SWARTZELL, RHEEM & HENSEY CO. T-7 lath at, K. W f$ HORNING LOANS On Diamonds, Watches, and Jewelry (Sooth of Highway Bridge) BUSINESS TRAXSACTF.n RXCLU SIVELY TFlKItE. Take cars at 12th at. and Pennsyl vania av4rfor south end of Highway Bridge. On car ticket each way. West. Md West. Md. pfd. White Motors ... Willys overland.. Willys Over, pfd Wis. Central W. Pump Mach. . Midvale Steel . . . Nat. Con. & Cable ntts. & W. Va . . Pitt. & W. Va. pf. Pierce-Arrow ... Pullman Co Ray Coppr-r Sinclair Oil Rep. I. & S Reading Royal Dutch Co.. Slnclald Oil Superior Steel . . Wilson Co.. Inc.. 13 3Gi 46 '., 21 s: 3 62 53 IS' 37 80 0 lit 21 .".I 93 89 li 94 " 3t 42 58 87 26 6 481 161 174 68 125 101 134 112 60 13 111 110 83 54 72 30 43 13 36 Ifti. 20 : 3." 62 r.i 16 34 80 39 113 21 32 90 88 91 32 65 28 60 120 28 24 69 50 74 41 20 104 87 42 38 311 97 43 50 8 21 88 28 68 52 16 185 69 126 102 131 114 61 43 112 110 84 v; 72 39 41 13 36 20 N2 ni 62 51 1H 37 80 40 114 24 .13 91 89 94 33 '56 Elk Basin 5 Emerson Fhone........ 1 Emma Copper 3 Federal Oil 2 First National Copper. . . 1 Glen Rock 3 Goldfleld Cons 20 Green Monster SS Holly Sugar 30 Holly Sugar pfd -. 80 Houston Oil 78 Howe Sound 4 Hull Copper 50 International Petroleum 13 Island Oil 3 Jerome Verde A Jim Butler 50 Jumbo Extension 9 Keystone Tire 16 Lake Topedo 4 Magma Copper 32 Marlln 75 Mason Valley 3 Maxim Munitions A Merrltt Oil 20 Metro. Petroleum ) Midwest Oil. com 94 Midwest Oil. pfd 1A ttldwest Refining 113 Mitchell Motors 15 Motherlode 34 Nlplsslng Mines Co S North Am. P. & P 3 N. W. Oil 4S Ohio Copper 11 Okla. Oil Co 1 Ok. Prod. & Rfg. Co... 6 Okmulgee Oil 2 Pacific Gas 32 Peerless Motor.- 14 Ray Hercules 4 Red Warrior St. Joseph Lead 14 Sapulpa, com 6 Sequoyah Oil A Sinclair Gulf 15 Standard Motors 12 Sub. Corp 16 Success Mining 10 Tonopah Exten 1A Triangle Film...... A Trl Bullion United Eastern 31J U. S. L. & H.. com 1 U. S. L. & II.. pfd 2 United Motors 31 United Profit Shar A U. S. Steamship 5 united verde 30 5 1 4 2 1 3 United West. Oil United Zinc Victoria Oil Wayland Oil Wright-Ma. Aero. West End.. Relc Equip 1 85 12 38 40 90 SO 4 60 13 3 A 17 4Vx 34 80 3 A 21 .1U 06 1 114 40 30 8 3 52 1 O 6 2 34 17 4 15 6 17 13 17 11 V 311 2 ols A 6 37 1 3 y. S3 12 LOCAL BONO MARKET. EDUCATIONAL EDUCATIONAL 96 96 100 . 106 100.30 93.0S U3.5S 95 . SO : 93 99 82 86 07 THE CURB MARKET., Two o'clock prices furnished by V. n. Hlbbs A Co.. members New Tork Stock Ex- chans Aetna Explosives Air Reduction Am. Writ. Paper com.. Atlantic Petroleum .... Barnett OH Big Ledge Boston & Montana RutteTworth Judson ... Caledonia Mining I alumet & Jerome Canada Copper Carbon Steel Car Light & Power Charcoal Iron Chevrolet Cities Service Cities Service pfd Consolidated Arizona . . Consolidated Copper . . . tosden Co Cosden pfd Cramps Cresson l Gold Crystal Copper Curtis Aero Davis Daly Denbelgh Sliver . . .. Ilirt. Ask. 10 11 60 70 3 3 1 2 A 42 44 30 40 4 4 47 u 1 n! 110 120 2 2 7 8 127 130 215 217 71 73 1 1 A 5 5 6 6 3 3 75 80 4 5 1 32 35 5 THE BOND MARKET. Two o'clock prices furnished by W. B. lllbba & Co.. members New Tork Stock Ex- chance. Bid. Ask. Amer. Agr. 5's 00 Amer. Cotton Oil 5's.... 80 Amer. Smelters 5's 85 Am. For. Sees. 5's 07 Am. Tel. & Tel. cv. 4's 82 84 Amer. Tobacco 6 s 117 Anglo-French 5's 94 Armour & Co. 4's .... 82 Atcnison gen. 4's 79 Atch. cv. 4's (1960) 87 Atl. Coast Line cons. 4's. 79 iiait, fie Ohio 4's 73 B.&0. cv. 4's 76 Beth. Steel ref. 5's 89 Brook. Trans. 5's (1918). 95 Cent, of Ga. cons. 5's... 86 Central Leather 5'a 93 cent. l'ac. Ists Chesa. & Ohio 4's Chesa. & Ohio cv. 4's. . C. B. & Q. Joint 4's Chi.. B. & Q. gen. 4's. . . Chi. Great West. 4's a. Mil. & St. P. cv. 5's.. C M. & St. P. gen. 4's. C. R. I. & P. Ry. ref. 4's. C. & N. W. gen. 3's.. Col. & South) ref. 4's. Consol. Gas Co. cv. 6's.. Den. & Rio G. cons. 4's. Den. & R. G. ref. 5's. . . Distillers' Sccur. 5's . Dom. of Can. 5's (1931). Erie cv. 4 s. series B Erie gen. 4's General Electric 5's.... Great North. 1st 4's.. Illinois Central ref. 4's.. III. Steel deb. 4's Interborough-Met 4's. Int. Rapid Transit 5's. . InL-Met Marine Vs stfs. Kan. City South, ref. 5's. Lacka. Steel 5's (1050).. Lake Sh. deb. 4's (1930) Liggett & Myers 5's.... Lorillard's 5's Louis. & Nash un. 4's... Mo.. K. & T. 1st 4's Mo. Pac. cons. 6's Montana Power 5's N. Y. C. ref. &. imp. 4's. N. Y. Central deb. 6's... N. Y. City 4's (1965).. New York Rwys. adj. 5's. 18 N. H N. 1L & H. cv. 6's. 87 Norf. & West. cv. 4's. 104 North. Pacific 4's 79 North. Pacific 3's 57 Ore. Short Line ref. .4's. Pac. Tel. & Tel. O's Penna. cons. l-s renna. gen. 4's Reading gen. 4's Republic Steel 5's (1940) St. Louis S. W. Ists Seaboard A. L adj. 5's. . Southern Bell Tel. 5's . . Southern Pacific cv. 3's. Southern Pacific ref. 's. Southern Railway 6's.. Southern Ry. gen. 4's... Tcnn. Copper cv. O's Texas Company cv. 6's.. Texas A; Pacific lsts... Third Ave. adj. 5's Union Pa.-irlr 4's Union rncltlc cv. I's U. S. Rubber 's U. S. Steel 5's Va.-Car. Chemical 5's:.. Western Union 4's.... 77 83 90 04 t9 95 95 01 157 53 96 99 96 83 to 99 97 70 09 93 93 't 73 84 90 93 00 100 101 GOVERNMENT BONDS. Bid. Asked. U. S. Reg. 2's U. S. Coupon 2's , U. S. Reg. 4's U. S. Coupon 4's D. C. 3.63 's . ......, Liberty Loan 3's Con. Liberty Loan 4's. . 2d Liberty Loan 4's.... 3d Lib. Loan 4's C5.M) 1st Con. Lib. Loan l','- A)3.:it 2d Con. Lib. Loan 4V 93.00 GAS BONDS. 53 j Georgetown Gas 5's .... 16 .Wash. Gas 5's uoi. uas si Elec. O's Col. Gas & Elec Deb. 5's RAILROAD BONDS. Cap. Traction It. R. 6's. . 99 Metropolitan R. R. 5's.. 93 Wash. Ry. & Elec. 4's.. 6S MISCELLANEOUS BONDS. Potomac Elec. Cons. 5's. 92 Potomac Elec Lt. 5's... 97 Potomac Elec. Pow. 0s Potomac Elec gen. 6's. 93 C. 4 P. Tel. 5's... ..... 97' Am. T. & T. 4's Am. T. & T. 4's Am. T. & T. Ctl. Tr. 5's. . Am. T. & T. Ctl. cons. O's. Amer. Graph o, 1st 6's.. D. C. Paper Mfg. 0s Wash. Market 5's 1927.. Wash. Market 5's 1947.. W. M. Cold Storage 5's.. Sec Stge. & Safe Den. 6's N. & W. Steamboat O's. 100 U. S. Realty 5's 101 PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS. Capital Traction 83 84 Wash. Ry. & Elec com. 43 53 Wash. Ry. & Elec pfd.. 60 70 "N. & w. Steamboat Washington Gas'... Amer. Tel. & Telga TYPE MACHINE STOCKS. Mergenthaler Linotype. Ill 113 Lanston Monotype 56 63 Lanaton Scrip 98 93 NATIONAL BANK STOCKS. Amer. Nat. Bank 146 Capital Nat. Bank CoL Nat. Bank 200 Com. Nat. Bank 18S District Nat. Bank 150 Fr. & Mech. Nat. Bank.-220 Federal Nat. Bank 176 Lincoln Nat. Bank.... 160 Nat. Met. Bank 200 'Rlggs Nat Bank 400 Second Nat. Bank Nat Bank of Wash TRUST COMPANY STOCKS. Amer. Sec & Trust 225 Nat. Savings & Trust.. 275 Union Trust 125 Wash. Loan & Trust... 232 245 Cont. Trust 115 118 SAVINGS BANK STOCKS. Home Savings 420 Bank of Com. & Sav... 12 East. Wash. Sav. Bank. 11 Sec Sav. & Com. Bank. 175 ... FIRE INSURANCE STOCKS. Arlington Fire Insur... 8 10 Corcoran Fire Insur.... 95 ... Firemen's Fire Insur.. 18 ... Ger. Amer. Fire. Insur.. 225 Nat. Union Fire Insur.. 6 ... TITLE INSURANCE STOCKS. Columbia Title Insurance 4 Real Estate Title Ins 75 MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS Georgetown University Special Evening War Courses In Addition to the Regular Curriculum of the Students' Army Training Corps 1 16 weeks course. NAVIGATION. Jc peow "! 1!- r- j . 1 e aetata t 411 efc. a Bo ' V-iat Wf) (covehu- v.-utlon (Ornunil School Iwork. 5 n'shts (per week, t'las.ies begin Sept. 30. AVIATION 12 weeks course, RAMA. I5 nights per week. WUrtU- ) Special prepara- TELEGRAPHY l"on for Army and Itixunnrni -aVy work. Classes Vbegln Sept. 30. (3. 6. 9 months Courses. 5 nights per week. To meet (the needs of men destined for Over seas Servio. MILITARY FRENCH Registrations May Now Be Received. DEPT. OF ARTS AND SCIENCES, 37th and O Sts. N. W. J 195 240 130 ff!ft 75 74 76 92 78 55 78 76 68 67 70 00 63 53 86 91 47 52 96 83 77 82 50 78 9S 75 90 82 86 S3 80 62 98 80 76 93 99 SI 8S 93 85 R0 94 65 53 86 90 70 87 62 05 0S SO 30 S3 84 100 96 93 78 94 83 79 90 80 73 77 00 97 87 04 76 75 76 92 78 56 79 76 69 7l' 100H 61 56 87 04 48 53 97 85 78 S3 50 78 99 75 90 S3 80 84 81 63 9S 87 77 93 101 19 88 80 60 SI 90 03 86 81 96 07 51 S7 91 76V. S8 62 95 09 St 33 85 84 100 97 91 SO Navigation and Seamanship Emerson Institute- 1740 P Street N. W. Phoae Franklin 4483. A Six-Weeks' Course Under. a Competent Navigator and Seaman PUACTICAI. SEXTANT WORK ON THE WATER. USE Or NAUTICAL, ALMANAC AND BOWDITCH PRAC TICAL, PROBLEMS SOLVED. Claases Up to Junior Grade Lieutenant Eljcat Xlemra a Week For those qualified for promotion and all those who needfavlsatlon and Seamanship. Inclndlnr commissioned men. seamen, ctrtuana and berlnnera. Day and CvenlBfr Claaxea Separate Claaaea for Officer Law School or The National University (Inc. by Special Act ot Conxress.) 50th YeeuvBcslns Oct. 1. 11S- Chapln-Sacks T. C. Paper Mfg. Co.... 90 Merch. Trans. & Stor... 100 Security Storage 185 Washington Market.... 16 U. S. Realty Co 12 180 iis TODAY'S' SALES. Washington Gas. 5 per cent, ?I00 95. Washington Hallway preferred, 23 67. 2567. 1 Off 87. After call Potomac Electric Cons. 5 per cent. J1.00002, $1.000092, 1,00092. S1.00092. Capital Traction, 184, 184. Captial Traction 5 per cent, J30099. Capital Traction 4081 ADVERTISEMENT. NINTH STREET STORE IS ATTRACTING CROWDS EYERY DAY With This Gigantic Overcoat Sale, Friedlander Bros., of 428 Ninth St N. W., Are Kept Busy Every Minute. THE LOCAL MARKET Tradincr on the local clock T".t change today was brisk, six sales be ing recorded. One J500 Washington Gas 5 sold at 93. Sixty shares of Washington Railway and Klcctric preferred sold at 67 In three lots of 25. 25, and 10. On the aftT-call trading four sales were recorded. Four 11.000 Potomac Electric con solidated 5's sold at 92. Two shares of Capital Traction slock sold at 84 In two lots. A $500 Capital Traction 5 sold at 99. Four shares of Capital Traction sold at 84. BALTIMORE GRAIN MARKET. nAI.TIMOnn. Sept. 30 Wheat Firm: good demand. No. 2 red win ter. 3.35 : No. 2 red winter, garlicky, $2.33. Receipts. 247.102; bushels; shipemnts; 290.403 bushels. Corn KftMrr: No. 3 yellow domestic, 1.72. Receipts. 469 bushels; ship ments. 11,668 bushels. Oats Easier: No. 3 white domestic, 70c. Receipts, 51,021 bushels; ship ments, 16.825 bushels. Rye Firm. No. 2 Western export, spot. el. 73. Receipts, 762 bushels; shipments, 60 bushels. Hay Steady; good demand. No. 1 timothy. J33.SIH34.00; No. I clover, mixed. 131.n0fr3l.li0. Tiecausc they were lucky In getting a very special purchase of overcoats from the "Strauss Manufacturing Co.. at a very special low price, on account of buying an entire lot. Friedlander Bros, of 428 Ninth st- N. W.. are of fering to the public the biggest over coat sale ever held in the National Capital. They have divided thm into three special lots according to the quality and material and arc sKcllicing them at three very low prices. In the tlrst lot you will And hun dreds of smart, snappy models that would fetch $22.50 In other shops but their price. is $15. In the second lot a collection of ex tra fine overcoats will meet your eye because of their superior tailoring. At other places you would have to! shoot nut X27.50 for one like this, but there It costs you but $20. In the third and last lot. you will see the pick of the season in over coats every one a "beauty" and In a dozen or more weaves or patterns National Cathedral School WMdley Road and Wlscoaalm Arena Situated within the Cathedral Close. Bdrfiei tad Bit ScbmI For Kris Nineteenth Tear Re-opens for Resident Pupils Oc tober 2. 1918. and for Day Pupils Oc tober 3. 1918. Telephone Cleveland 893. a George Washington University Chartered by Congress. 1S21. CO-ED UCAT1 02TAL. College Tear Begins September 23. Arts and Sciences. Engineering. Ed ucation. Medicine. Dentistry. Law, fnarmacy. veterinary sieaicina. Full day courses and late afternoon courses. About seventy-flve classes In all college and engineering subjects meet at 6:10 and S P. U. STUDENTS' ARMY TUA1XISO CORPS Catalogues and other Information at 2023 G at Telephone West 1649. 1-m4.SU (Note: Aa a wnr-tlme meosnra at eosa plete three-year coarse will be riven Is two year, eotltlln eraduale to tie de gree of Bachelor of Lawai the decree ot , Master of lain after one year additional WOMEN W1IX BE ADMITTED AS CAN DIDATES TOE DECREES. Students may refftater and the Dean oj Serretary be eonsnltetf. catalogue oo talned, eta at Administration Ofdce. 601 Hontiiern Duiidinc, rrom 9 to 3o. or at law School balldinr, 810-S1S 13th St. B.W.T between 4:30 and a p.m. f Itooe'Mala asiu (Student,' Army Trainin Corpsi ! George Washington University Law School CO-EDUCATIONAU ' Registration Still Open. Member Aasoclatlon of American La Schools. Strict standards. Select student body. Special coarse In military lass. Classes for employed students. x Secretary. Masonic Temple. l-aai:-0t THE MILTON BL'S!CSS SCHOOL. , Shorthand. Typewritroe;. Encllah. Cleg1 Service. Decimal Finns. rreneh aad Spaa. lean qtnckly and accurately tenant, oae-llt aVU. SERVICE SeU-Iastraetloa Deck. New Ul revised edition, price. IL , PBARLMAN-S BOOK SHOP. HI O st. N. W Franklin tilt. Students' Army Training Corps Georgetown University , The Law School Session of 1918-1019 begins October t 1918. at 6:30 p.m. DRAFTING ''The iine of Permanent Demand." Qualify aa a Draitemaa) la 3 te months la oir Day or Vxat Claaaea. Bla; demaad at KxeelJeat Salaries. Get Latest Catalesvev Colombia School of Drafting ROT C CLAFUN. Prea Ktb and T Stsj N. W. Phono N. Z7! Je-tf WOOD' SCHOOL Sit lut Cap. St. All Commercial Branelieat334 Secretary's office open dally from I. a.m. to 5:30 p.m. for registration ant" consultation. UDGU J. FEGAN. M. .-. LL. B- Pa. D, Secretary. Georgetown Law School Building. SOS K St. N.W. Telrphoao SI. 7293 oct "c0Hf?ot J SINGING "Mg Fourth year. Mme. Lucia Border!, dlplo- ma-gradnate and formerly assistant ti Lampertl (teaener ot Serabrlch). principal: foreign Instruction at home. Booklet ol request. Consultation. 11 to 1. ICSt S nir. Ph. N. 1031. oele-att ENROLL NOW WOMEN'S DEPARTMENT OF THE EMERSON INSTITUTE Ills P ST. K. W. Franklin 44M. Evenms School Tneeday. Thursday and Saturday New Classes In All Subjects. , Preparatory for College and Professional Senoola, ' CoLTe-satlona! French and Spanlsa i Courses. , WTNSLOW K. RANDOLPH. PrtnctpaL-j ST. ALBAN'S, TBS NATIONAL CATHEDRAL SCHOOL FOR BOT& Country, day. and boardlna eenooL Re opens Wednesdiy. Sept. 25. ills. BIBUOr Or WASU1NCTO."!, Pres. Board ot Trnsteea. WILLIAM W. C11UKCU. Read Master. asCm KING-SMITH Teacher of Singing Modern, acicnunc metnod ox voice devel opment. Studio Hall 1319 Conn. ave. Franklin 3S21. selO-lOt GONZAGA COLLEGE and HIGH SCHOOL Under direction or Jesuit Fatnera Nortb Capitol-and Eve Streets .t. W. Military Drill under U. 8. Army OfScer. sua zear commences uonoay. sept. x. isii. sena ror tiaiorno. set-lit AUL INSTITUTE 210T 8 St. N. W. Pbone No. lit. A BOARDINO SCHOOL FOR OIRLS. lira. NANETTE B. PAUL. LL. B-. Pres. ael-ltt P 3lhburtS nTItuhaFrreUd?a3n'u3e0rfRrtohS:-; WASHINGTON BUSINESS and CIVIL SERVICE SCHOOL for their Drice Is S25. Don't forget the address. 42S Ninth . street, nnd vou had better get in to- day for they're going likebotcakes. MOVING, PACKING, STORAGE WEEKLY TRIPS, Baltimore. Wllmlniton. l'biladelpbla. SMITH'S TRANSFER A STOllAOE. North lt. til S St. N. W. aut-tf MOVING PADDBD VANS FURNISHED. Pbone M. 2010-:0U. KREIG'S EXPRESS, li: 11 Street N. W. STORAGE. PACKINOAND SHIPPINO. FOR -ONG "DISTANCE MOVING. QUICK barrare delivery, trips to Balttrore. W1I mlnrton and Philadelphia call MULLEN'S AUTO TRANSFER. 10U th at. nw. N. lt7W Dig Inl Bay nond More Liberty Bonds. I try Oat Boy MOTOR TRUCKS FOB HAULING I Baltimore, Philadelphia aad Alexandria and local DOlnta. NO JOB TOO LARGE NONE TOO SMALL. R S. R TRANSFER A EXrRESS CO.. tl K st, NW. lit 4th st. NW. Frank.5SJ UOt ING. TACKING'. SHlrPING. and .tor- aie NORTHEAST TRANSFER A STOR. AGE CO.. 100 H at. N. E. Th. Line. 3110. RELIABLE QUICK SERVICE NEW S-TON TRUCKS SHORT AND LONO HAULS. C IL THOMAS. 1311 E at. ovr. JeU-JOt QUICK AUTO SERVICE Any place. BALDWIN'S EXPRESS. 604 11th at. N. W. Main lit. "SAFETT FIRST." ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF STORAGE. UNITED STATES 8TORAGE CO. Rooms. 12.09 and up. Movlnc, Packing;. Phone Main 4:29 411-429 10th at. N. W. er Franklin 2413. rl.KAN. dry storage for furniture and planoa. Estimates cheerfully alven. WESCnr.ER'S. 120 Pa. avs. N. W. Phone Main till. 1317 New York Ave. W. W. Gregg Shorthand, Stenotypy. Gn am-I'ltmaa Shorthand. Business, wiu:IUli. Ilonkfeeeplnic. Graded Dictation Classes In Steno ypy and Shorthand. Civil Service. FIRST-GRADE Civil Service examination for clerks, Ooct. I and Oct. 12. tuition for entire course for theee examinations. J5 TUB CIVIL SERVICE PREPARATORY SCHOOL. S K. cor. 12th and F ata. Phone Franklin 2310. ljy!7-tt HOWARD UNITXRSTTT All depart! raents open October 2. 1911. Medicine. Medical. Den'al. Law. Arts and Sciences. Muslo. etc. Teachers Preparatory Col lege. Address GEORGE W. COOK, A. M. eel.lOt Washington College of Law CO-EDUCATIONAL Twenty-third year opens September SO at 7 p. m. Sessions at either 4:30 or 6:50 p m. Tuition J7S.00 per anncm Office hours. 10 to 5:30 1317 New York Ave. Phone Main 4111 au-2S-30t MOVING, PACKING. STORAGE Local Merchants, Attention We ara now prepared to handle local freight In large and amal! lota In dry or out of town. Careful packers and chauf feurs. Truck loads a specialty. MARYLAND MOTOR FAST FREIGHT COMPANY. Phone, write or call rate schedule. SI New Tork ave N. E. Phone Frank. 479 dally ex. Su4-10t SEC ME for beet utlcee and satisfactory service. THE PEOPLE'S STORAGE A EXPRESS. 1731 Ith st. N. W. eod-tf Hie Cathouo University er American ( Law. philosophy, letters and science, e civil, mechanical, electrical, caemlcal ass architectural engineering; accountancy aa4 business administration. FALL TERM BEGINS SEPTEMBER It ADDRESS THE REGISTRAR. set-ltf CastOian Spanish Taught Native of Spain. Address (IS M st N.J W Phone North 54 ae27.lt Special Day ami Evening Courses fee Paymaster Exaroinatioa in Naval Reserve Classes Now Forming 1 Enroll Now Preparatory for COLLEGE AND PROFESSIONAL t SCHOOLS. Office boors. I to 4:19. except Saturday, J Monday. Wednesday and Friday. :! t 4:29. EMERSON INSTITUTE t Phone sTranklln 4143. 1740 P St. N. W.' ae2-tf Washington Moniessori School Children'a hoase, 114 Kalorama reaAf three to alx years of ge. PRIMART DEPARTMENT. UK JSth St.. t to 10 years of age. Reopeas; sixth year Thursday. October 3. 1111. Ap- ply A. J. BLACKWOOD. Sec, 1141 Utl SX.N. W. 4-lst PREPARATION FOR UNIVERSITY. Ian- giagee. mathematics, science: all Govern- J ment examinations, moderate. COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY SCHOOL. 107 11th St. N. W. , 1-lrHj.S.m.tu-tf NATIONAL SCHOOL ' FINE and APPLIED ART 1503 PA. AVE. (Next to Hints Bank).. Main 1760. Felix Mahomy. Dlrvctei' Day and Evening Claaaea. SentLfor Cata ' logue. Couraea In Fine. Applied, and In. duatrlal Arts. Y.M.G.A. Largest Private bvooej- In uty . Hen and Women. ACCOUNTANCY (oldeet school In cltyj. PREPARATORY (accredited bases). New Class September 17. COMMERCIAL IGregc shorthand). DRAFTING (mechanical, architectural). Grade (day or evening) Lsngoagea Tlrelees StatterJel HIS O Bt tf W Koll.ttn r-eo FOR RENT STORES STOREROOM. 19xM ft: 710 IStli at. N. W APJAX efcee USCOhNHOTEI. 1 2' 33.CE"ETERY LOTS " " CEDAR HILL CKSIETKRV P. AVE. S E. -(EXTENDED). OFFICE 711 J.T11 ST. N. K. PHONE LINCOLN SJt my:i-Su.m.w.f-ti