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THE WASHINGTON TIMES, TU.sDAY OCTuBEU 1, 1918.
CUMMINS RES 34 "WILFUL" ANTIS (Continued from First race-) "to one of two pos';lon. Either you efuae to nrcept the olnm declara tion of ;he IcsiI.nt that the adop tion of this amendment is vitally necessary to the prosecution of the war or you choose to defeat-the right of women to vote rather than aid him In the Instrumentalities- he as serted were necessary for him to ac complish the great purposes he has In view. Bi Judgment Accepted. wIn everything else except suffuse the great majority have been will ing to accent the jjdsment of tho President when he ali a thing wai necessary to brin this war to an end. It matters not what is the character of this lecislatloin, you either accept or repudiate his judg ment. If you repudiate It, and he MM unable to bring this war to an end or to' establish the peace he wlshei established youra will be the re sponsibility In that regard. "I hope the President will deal leniently with those of you who re fuse to remove this obstacle that stands In his way. It is not very long since the President 'retired the Junior Senator from Mississippi (Var daman) from public life because he refused at all times to obey the com mand Issued for his direction." Senator Vardaman smiled behind his, newspaper when this remark' was made. The Junior Senator from Georgia suffered the same fate." he added. "Voice In Wllderrfraa." "ifbw do you hope to estape? Either you are proceeding on the hy pothesis that the President Is Insin cere or that you will secure immu ntty'from him that the others of his party, failed to secure. "This it not the first time in the hlslo'ry of the world that the voice or a, prophet has not been heard In the"jvllderness," Senator Nelson pnt In. "The voice was heard until he apoke of humanity, on behalf of giv ing their rights to half the people of this, country." Cummins responded. "Only then the voice was lost or, at least, unheeded." ' Cummins declared the sentiment In favor of woman . suffrage Is over whelming, that more than half the men desire the amendment submitted and that a very much larger pro portion of the women desire It. Balked By 33 Men. "The sentiment is everywhere," he added. "And now thirty-three men out of 100,000,000 people are about to arrogate, to themselves the power to -prevent these electors throughout the country from expressing their opinion. It is a responsibility I should not want to bear. "When our fathers framed the Con stitution they were 'afraid of the peo ple.' and they formed a document very difficult to amend. "I do not believe thirty-three men in the United States Senate should; have the right to say whether the people shall consider an opposed) amendment." he continued. "We shall, not nave a true democracy until the part of the Constitution (dealing with the method of submitting proposed amendments) is amended.' Senator Martin of Kentucky, re cently (appointed -to succeed tfiolato Ollie James, announced In a speech to the Senate that he will support the resolution. Senator James was op posed to IL That the six Senators who hold the fate of woman suffrage in their hands today are "war obstruction ists." and that they hold an "unenvi able position" in the history of the natioin, lis the opinion today of Mrs Howard Gould, wealthy New York society leader. Mrs. Gould is in Washington to Let the Wedding 'Bells Ring Out By JEAN KNOTT John didm't you ) I ( t thought msu had 5AY OUWEE V AN APPOINTMENT TO Dc&m&Uot7V- ULLASM.TH THIS EVENING?) MR.SMiTH. i d I . Klb S . I WELL; VOU 5TILL , I FOfcOrOT I HAVE, tiae TO fpS ALU. ABOUT V CANCEL T . V7 l'M OLAD L-it WALL ST. MARKET NEW YORK, Oct 1. Activity was shown In all the various groups at the opening of the stock market to day at the high level that has been established since the beginning of the military movement leading up to the submission, of Bulgaria. There was heavy trading in the steel industrials. The oil stocks were Irregular with the high priced issues, which had made such violent gains In yester day's trading, reacting slightly from the highest level which was then reached. Pubtlc utilities were again strong. Consolidated Gas advanced 1M points to 94i, and People's Gas moved up 1 point to SO. Steel Common indicated the general Ltendency of steel Industrials, falling i',x points to JlJ. ine greatest, iuss In that group was in Bethlehem Steel, which dronDed 2 points to The railways were accumulated by many who have placed them in me highest class as profitable stocks. The higher levels established In early dealings were followed by sub stantial recessions. Mexican Petroleum was the most I active feature, advancing to above 121 after its early reaction to 118. Texas Company rallied from 1S3'A to IBS. The railroad slocks generally receded after vigorous advances. Steel common dropped 2j points to 1106, while most of the other steel stocks dropped around two' points. The market closed Irregular. Yesterday Close, nil. Low. Closs 3 Alaska O M.. 376 3 35a Ui Alas.-Jniieaa, 2 2 2 3jJs Allls-Chal... 30 23Ja Z9! 93S Am As Chem 99 93J4 99 45.4 Am. Can 45 44! 445 92 Am.Canpf... 92J 92! 92K 67?i A C & Fdy.. 87 E6! 6.' 423. Am Cot Oil.. 423 41fc . 20JS Am H & L.. 20S 19 19 9234 AH&L pt. 9076 9055 SOJi 34Ja Amer Ice.... 34!4 34 34J4 Am Ice Copt. 532S 63 5;3 67 Am Loco.... 665S 6' 6J 42 Am Linseed. 42k 411? 42 Jj 77ii Am Lin pf... T7'A TVA 77'A Testerday Close. " 5014 XatE&S... P82. Nat Lead.... 20 Ner C Cop.. 121 N Y Air Brk. 41 NY NII&H. 74M N Y Cent... N Y Dock pf. 20 N Y O & W.. Tllltt How. "Close. J0J4 49Ja '9! 58 20tf 120 40' 7414 47 2116 53 20Ji 121 42! 75 U 47 21 53! 20 120 40 74$ 47 21U 104 Nor t West. 105i WA 105 aid the -girl war workers In thel: housing and food problems. She lb an advocate of woman suffrage, ami was seated in the -visitor's gallery of the House yesterday when the Presi dent made his address pleading ' for the passage of the Anthony amend ment. "It was his masterpiece," said Mrs. Gould, "and the most admirable act of his wonderful administration. I am sure that ills the way true Amer ican women feel about It. JUDGE REBUKES JURY SHIRKER HOUSE TO INSIST 109$ Am Sim Tob. 110 79 Am Smelt. Ty.'a 107Ja 107J4 77? 57& A Smelt pf A 104Ja 1037s 10474 ON JOHNSON BILL DIVIDEND NOTICES ANNUAL MEETOiG Notice Is hereby riven that the annnl meeting: of the stockholders of the Colum bia, G rap hop hone Company will be held at the office of the Com,any In the City of Washington. D. C on Monday, October Slst, 19IS, at 3 o'clock p. m. for the ele tlon of a Board of Directors of aald Com pany and the transaction of such other business as may come before the meeting. FFANCIS S. WHITTEN, President. 1 FINANCIAL EQUITABLE co-operatiye building association Assets, $3,581,361 What Are You Doing in a Financial Way? While you have steady em ployment Is the time to get anead In a financial way. Join the Equitable and save some thing each pay day. Subscriptions for the 75th Issue of Stock Bring Received Shares, $2.50 Per Month 47 Interest EQUITABLE BUILDING 915 F SL N. W. Jon.V JOY EDSOJr. Prraldent fRAXK r. nKEalDK. Secretary Shaking his finger -at him. Chief Justice McCoy, of the District Su preme Court, today told a naturalized German who had been summoned for examination to serve on the Jury to "go back to Germany and get what is coming to you." When deputy clerk. William Len non, put the usual questions asking the talesmen whether they were citi zens of the United States and wheth er they had any reasons why they should be excused from service, the German-born talesman stated he could not -read or speak the English, language "fluently." Justice McCoy then questioned tho man. who said he was born In Ba varia and came to this country in 1800. Justice McCoy then said: "1 wouldn't have you serve on the Jury. You ought to - go to the trenches on the German side where you would get what is coming to you." Chief Justice McCoy recently lost bis youngest son fighting In Francs. William V. Gude was excused from Jury service. He explained to the court that he believed he could ren der more efficient service to his coun try as a member f the Fourth Lib erty Loan Committee and on the housing committee. To prevent attempts to evade Jury duty. Justice McCoy reminded the talesmen that mere Inconvenience in business or at home would not be accepted as an excuse, and called their attention to "the Inconveniences the boys In the trenches are experiencing who are giving their lives to the coun try." A floor walker In a department store sought to be excused, telling the court that he could not be spared. The court declined to listen to his plea. The excuse of a man who said that he was the manager of a lunch room which fed 100 war workers every day, also was denied. When the food production bill comes up in the House. Its conferees will be instructed to support the Johnson bill against rental profiteer ing in the District. It is probable that profiteer legislation will be worked out which .both the House, and Senate can accept. The conferees are deadlocked today over the Pomerene amendment for a rental administration. The House conferees last night would not accept this and the conference broke up In a disagreement which will result in the Senate conferees asking Instruc tion of the Senate and the House con ferees asking Instruction from the House. The Senate was busy today with the suffrage bill, but as soon as it is out f the way the food production bill will be brought up and a decision will be reached as to whether the Senate should stand by the Pomerene amend ment. Senator Kenyon will make a speech inslstlnc on legislation with no loss of time. Chairman Lever, of the House Com mittee on Agriculture, said today the question would come up In the Senate before it came up in the Hous. He thought it likely the House would in struct its conferees to support the Johnson bill, which proposes to tax out of existence excess rentals in the District. It Is bitterly opposed by Washington landlords. Todays Market Hints JEWS NAME NEW ii ' The Safest Investments axo thooo that do no. fluctuate during dis turbed conditions of tb money or stock markets. First ded of trust notu innt morttal"'. weU clrd on Mat utats Is tbo District of Columblm. constitute "gilt 4" Inveitmjrts. and they do not d . Zjt nnaii tho financial reoDonslbiutr af individuals or corporations for tbtlr u- in amounts from t500 upward. sad for booklet. "Concernlor Ioa&s aad Jnreot tnonts." SWARTZELL, RHEEM & HENSEY CO. TIT lttb at. N w WELFARE LEADER HORNING LOANS On Diamonds, Watchei, and Jewelry (South of Highway Bridge) bUSl.MiSS TRANSACTED EXCLU i MVELV TUlinE. t Ttr ,r m 1?fti ,mt P,nn,l. vanla are. for south end of Highway Bridge. One car ticket each way. Harry Joseph Hyman. of Columbus Ohio, today was appointed community- secretary tor me 13.000 Jewish sol diers and "Bailors stationed In and about Washington. He succeeds Philip W. Rubs, former head of the Jewish Welfare Board of Washing ton. Hyman, who left Columbus, Ohio. as secretary of the Jewish Welrnre Board, will have his headquarters in the elubrooms at Eleventh street and Pennsylvania avenue northwest. He is well equipped for his post In Washington, as he was superinte-d-ent of the Jewish Educational Insti tute of Cincinnati, of the Federated Jewish Charities of Atlanta. Ga.and of the Federated Jewish Charities ot Columbus. Ohio. BALTIMORE GRAIN MARKET. BALTIMORE. Oct. 1. Wheat Firm. No. 2 red winter, S2.35: No. 2 red winter, garlicky, ?2.33i. Receipts. 103,537 bushels; shipments. 583,407 bushels. Corn Unsettled; lower. Contract, mixed, J 1.65 for nearby. Receipts, 2.S48 bushels; ' shipments, 1,141 bushels. Oats Quiet; easier. No. 3 whito domestic, TSc Receipts, 118,004 bush els: shipments, 6.045 bushtls. Rye Firm; unchanged. No. 2 West ern export, spot. $1.7314. Receipt?, 1,573 bushels; shipments, 100 bushels. Hay Firm: good demand. Flour Dull; unchanged. Cost to Flr price ftetaller to Coneura Toly. er Today. I- 6c 4- 9c 40-Uc SO-0e 4- kc S- He i He SH-e 4- 7c S-lOe H4-:He 3l-3ttc 2- 4c S- 5e S-JHc S- JSe Prices to retailers and reneral market Information furp'ehed by Durean of Mar kets, U. B. Department of Acrlculture: fair prices to consumers, by the District Food Administration. ABUNDANT Strlnr beans, peppers, cab bare, cccplant, potatoes, cooklne apples, sweet corn, onions, sweet potatoes lemons. " NOBHAL Lettuce, beets, kale, eplnach lima beans, turnips, grapes, bananas, cantaloupes. SCABCC Tomatoes, carrots, cucumbers paranlps. oyster plant, oranies, crape fruit. VEGETABLES. Product. Grade. etc BKAfiR, snap. U pk. do., lima, ql. BEETS, bunch do., cut, lb. CELKRY. bunch CABBAGE, lb CAKROTtt, bunch.... do., cut, lb EGGPLANT Local, each ........ 4- 6c KAI.K. pk 7-lc LETTCCE. local, head 4- Ce ONIONS, jellow, K, pk. 8-10c do., white. U Pk 10-l:e PKPPEBM, local, each. U-l'.ic POTATO KM No. 1, pk. mibs) 40-5fte No. :. pk. (15 lbs.). 27-::c Sweet. No. J. i pk. 11 Uc Sweet. No. 2. VJ pk -7c PUMPKINS, each 15.15c PLNACH New Zealand, t; pk. C- gc do., native, U pk.... J-lZc SQUASH While and yellow, each -:Hc Marrow, lb 2- 3c STTBET CORN Large, doz ?--3Se Medium, dor.. .... 15-:c TOMATO LS Local, larce, 4 p ;i-;c Local, small. 'A pk i:-17c do., local green. pk 5- 3c TCRN1 PS Bunch 4- Sc Tapped, lb !'4-24e S-3H r-Rins. APrl.KS Hr ' rude. Am.. Grimes. It pk... I4-He do., Yrk. U pk 13-Mc do.. Baldwin. U pk.. II-Hc do., &pys, ' pk 13-1 4c do., otbrr varieties, U pk 3-Hc -I.,, aecnrd grudes. i pk 7H-I'c BXNAN.IX. doz. :0.35c 1,M'AI.HIPES, !cal cacll 3- 7c do.. Colo, flats 11-12'ic GIUI'KS do.. California. Ib.-.l-SlSe New York, bak 21c LKMUM! Cal.. 442"s. dos... T-ltc Cal. Ilt'i, dos.... 14-17c OBANGES Cal. zlt's. dos.... ii-SCe do. Cal.. 17('s, dos. C2-etc PEACHES (I It. bak) White aqd yellow... 42-SOc do., white and yel- -low U pk IJ.Jte PEAR, fancy, dot.... 31-4SO do., Kelffer, pk. 2S-7c S03 vnr 35 65J4 15 69 67 6 105 89X 1C4 79X 1 53 987a 737b 89i 87 1085 107?4 59 98J5 36 55 157b 7074 87 817i 6 1C6 897i 997. 7875 3375 55 1575 68?4 8674 8175 SS 1C4 8S7b 997 7875 10375 1037b 103& 79 17b 5375 537a 4l7i 1275 154 25 227a 657 77 J5 17b 53 53!4 41 12U 207b 645 16975 16675 6975 4875 777 6374 E8 23? 17! S975 45 23 J5? 26 677 B- 9e B-I4e S- Be IO-13c 13-I.Vc 2n-4I2c 3 1 -42c 14-20C S-10c :o-60e a-ioe 12-lSe H-3e 3- 5c S2-49C 20-2SC :s-is 13-23C 7-lte 8- le 1S-25C I J-l So I4-le 17-ISc 12-IDe 9-1 le 28-SSc S-I4n 14-ltc 10-lo 33-S7e -Its IS-Sle e5-7Sa 7-o 3l-7e 2-I4o 4o-soe II -85c Am Express. A Steel Fdj. Am Sugar... Am Tel k T. Am W P pf. Am Woolca.. Am Zinc.. AnacoDda -.. Atchison. . Atchison pf.. At Coast L. . iOtWL Bald Ioca... Ba4win pf.. Beth Steel... BethStlpf. Beth Stl B. .. BatopllasMn. Bait & Ohl. B & O pfd... 4175 Brook B T.. 13 Brunswick .. 15375 Burns Bros.. Butte & Sup. 2175 Ca! Petrol.. Cal Pet pf... 169? Can Pacific.. 70 Cen Leather. 48 CM4S P.. 78 CM&SPpf 88 Chandler M.. 57X Cbes & Ohio. Chi. O V pr. 16 Chile Copper 40 Chin C Cop.. 43 Col F & I... Col & South. 36 ColG&E... 269 CR 1 & P R. eex cri&p 6 wi, 77 CRIP7wi.. Cru Steel pf. 88 ?o Consol Gas.. 4354 Corn Prod... 657i Crucible Stl. 3071 Cuba C Sug. Cuba C S pf. 537s DisSec 10! Dome Mines. 15 Erie 31? Erie 1st pfd. Erie d pf 2375 Gaston Wins. 149 -Gen Elec.... Gen. Motors. 78 Gen Mot pf. 467-a Goodrich B F 837 Granby Min.. 3175 Gt Nor Ore.. 92 Gt North pf. Greene C C bZ' Gen Cic Co. 47 Gulf St Stl.. 77 47 Hast & Bar.. 49 6175 Int Agrl p... 6375 5 Ins Copper.. 55's 13275 Harv. Jf. J... 127.' 127 lnt Harves.. 6375 6 30 lnt Nickel... 30 '-5 20 2475 lnt Papir. .. 34,' 3375 Jewel Tea... 28 28 18 Kan. City... 19! 18Jb 4675 Kelly ST... 49! 4375 337b Kennecott .. S47 33? 80? iJick Steel... 817 iOJs U9 I-eeR&Tire 1975 197? 60 Uclils'Q Val.. 60? 607a Licsett & M. 172! 17.' 1167 LoU & Nash. 116 ' 115? 1452 Lonllard.... 145 145 94 Manbattan .. 95 94 .'26& Marine com.. Z8ri 27?a 987s 67 108! 9! 3375 55 1575 697o 6675 817i 6 10575 677 997 7875 7775 17s 5376 5375 417 1275 15075 1537b 49 '787b 9?3 58? 237b 177b 40 467 23 36 27 68 7975 897 94?i 44 647b 30 79 537i 11 15?. c2 227i 2375 149 127 73 ! 497s 82?i 3175 92?a 78? 89 7i 9376 4i 62 29H 787b 5175 10 1575 31 !5 22!5 2S 149 122 787 47? 8275 307s 917a 4975 46 767a 46 63 2 26 21 64 16675 69? 4875 777 8875 58 23? 177i 39? 45 23 35? 6 677 78? 897i 937s 43 (2?B 29? 7876 51? 10 1575 32 ooi 28 149 123 787 49" E275 3076 9176 51 46 7676 46 63 5575 1277 6375 20 3375 23 19 49!. 33? boh 1975 607 1727 115? 145 94 2376 8775 Nor Pacific.. 90! 4255 Nor Amer.... 44 337 Ohio Gas... 38 U 775 Ontario Silvr 775 5775 Owens BM.. 60 3175 Pacific Mail. 327 PAmPetpf. 97?6 5075 Peo G & C. 51 43? PennRR... 4376 1375 Per Marq ct 1475 Pere M pf cL 41 27? Phlla Co 277 5176 Pitts Coal... 5175 40?6 Fierc!-Arrof 4075 37 Pitts tWVa 3875 PciWVa pf. 8076 71 Press Stl Car 70 Pull Pal Car. 116 Ray Con Cop 24 69? Ry Stl Sprjcs '69? 8976 Readme .. 9176 Reading 2 pf. 36 9176 K. I. 4- Steel. 9l?6 100 Rep I & S pf 100 94 .Royal Dutch. 105 675 876 21? 15 S3? 42 1675 183 69? Saxon Motr, Sears Rolik. Seab'd A L. . S A L pf... Shattuck A C Sinclair Oil. Sloss SS4I ttli South Paci : 28U Sonthcrn Ky. 876 So P7 pf... 5276 Sttidebaker . Sup Steel.... S L S F. . . St L&SF pf. Tenn C & C. Tcsns Co... Toliac Prod. Twin CRT. 675 147 9 22 15 3376 60 6975 2976 6375 56U 4175 1176 2875 1675 188 70?6 '45 89 44 37J6 676 5775 3175 97 4975 43?. 13? 41 2775 51 40 36?. 80 6975 114 2376 67?i 897 36 90!i 100 98 675 145 875 22 15 32 60 6776 6?i 6375 52? 4175 11 1023 1277 124 6175 b U,K Stores 102U 89 44 3776 77 5775 32! 97?6 4975 4376 1475 41 27!i 5175 407 36?. BOH 6975 115 2376 687 897 36 SOT 100 104 6'4 1455a 875 22 15 32?6 60 875 2876 6875 1475 4175 11? 2875 167 180 691. 45 101 Union Pac, United Fruit U Ry Iny pf. U C 1 P&F pf U S ind Al. U S Rubber 129 139 14 4375 114 62? 10276 U S Rub 1 pf. 104 4375 U S S& R. 11275 17 S Stee!... 11076 U S Steel pf. 8435 Utah Copper Utah Sec... 54?6 Va-CarChem 97 Wabash--... 3875 Wabash pf A Wabash B... 44 Wesfhouse.. Western Md. 82 West Union. W&LErie.. W & L E pf . , White M .5 Wilson Inc.. Wlscons'n C. 20? Willys-Over. 62 Wor Pmp M. Woolworth . 44?6 2875 167 179 67 45 101 12675 12675 13775 13775 14 14 43?a 43?6 11075 110? 6176 6176 10376 104 4376 44?6 112?6 1097b 109?6 110? 110?6 110?6 85? 84 84 13.' 137 137 4? .976 38? 24 43? 13 82 875 19 4675 5675 36 20? 61? 5555 975 S9?6 24 44? 13 82?6 875 19 4676 5556 35 21?6 61? 115 54? 976' 39 24 43? 13 82 875 19 4676 5675 36 20? 613. 11376 114?s THE LOCAL MARKET Trading on the local Stock Ex change today was (airly active. Four sales were recorded and one dividend announced. American National Bank regular quarterly dividend or 2 per cent pay able, October 10, was declared. Books close October S to 9. Two 11,000 Potomac Electric gen eral 6's sold at 93 V. Two shares of Lanston Monotype sold at 56. After call two shares of Washing ton Railway preferred sold at 87. TODAY'S SALES. Potomac electric General 6's, 11.000 603'4, S1.000S93U. National Union Insurance Company, 6165K. 6165V&. Lanston. 2358. After call Washington Hallway preferred, 2Q67. LOCAL BOND MARKET. GOVERNMENT BONDa Bid. Asked. U. S. Reg. 2 U. S. Coupon 2" U. S. Rep. 4's U. S. Coupon 4's D. C. 3.65'f Liberty Ian SVi's Conv. Liberty Loan 4's.. 2d Liberty Ixian 4's 3d Liberty Ian 4',i's... 1st Conv. Lib. I5an 4'4's 2d Conv. Lib. Loan 4'.'s GAS HONDS. Gcorcetown Gas 5's .... Washington Gas 0"s.... Col. Gas & Elec. D's Col. Gas & Klcc. Deb. B's RAILROAD DONDS. Cap. Traction R. R. 0's. . 00 Metropolitan R. ft. 6.. 05 Wash. Ry. & Elec. 4's.. 6Si MISCELLANEOUS BONDS. rotoma" Klcc. Cons. 5's. 92 '.J Potomac Elec. Lt. 5's... 05?j Potomac Elec. Pow. 6's 06 i ... 0GV, ... 106-14 ... 106X ... OS 100.04 . . . 05.60 ... 95.70 . . . 95.90 . . . 05.62 ... 95.G1 ... 99 95 SO 85 75 FO 99 4 97 70 93 Vh 97 77v S3 97 ; SO Potomac Elec. gen. 6i C & P. Tel. 5's " Am. T. & T. 4's Am. T. & T. 4i's Am. T. & T. Ctl. Tr. 5k. Amer. Graplio. 1st Us.. D. C. Paper Mfg. 6's Wash. Market 5's 1927.. 95 Wash. Market 5's 1947.. 93 W. M. Cold Storage 5"u. . 04 Sec Stge. & Safe Dep. 6's. . . N. &. W. Steamboat C's. 100 U. S. Realty 5's 101 Rises Real. 5s (Short). PUBLIC UTILITY 99 03 i OZ'i 7S M 98 90 i 100 101 100 fftnilnl Vrnrtlnn 1C4!5 Marine ptd.. 10875 10476 10676 I Wash. Ry. & Ele.-. com. 27? Maxwell M C 31 29!? 3076 I Wwh. Ry. & Elec. pfd.. ct t-a rmz " rli:ainooai. . . . 61 &3? C076 .Waslilngton C. 23?6 23 23S 'Amer. Tel. & Telga 58 Max 1st pr... 2275 Max M 2d pf. 120?a Mexican Pt. 28 Miami Cop... 51? Midvale StL. 246 Mo. Pacipc. Mo Pac pf... 69? Mo,nt Power. 5!i Mo, K & T,. Nat Acme. ... Nat Biscuit. 1675 NatC&C... 1217 116 116n 2876 51? .5 5775 71 575 31 9175 17 38 50 24 5775 7076 575 31 9.7? 1676 2876 10 2476 577a 71 5!6 31 917? 1676 STOCKS. 83i M 45 55 157 53 08 f, 70 TYPE MACHINE STOCKS. Mergenthuler- Linotype. Ill Lanston Monotype 5G Lanston Scrip OS NATIONAL RANK STOCKS. Amer. Nat. Bank 146 Capital Nat. Bunk Col. Nat. Bank 200 Com. Nat. lltnk lv-5 District Nat. Rani: 150 CO 08 4 Kr. & Mech. Nat Bank. 220 Federal Nat. Bank. Lincoln Nat. Bank 170 100 224 200 240 Nat Met Bank......... 200 ,.,. Rlggs Nat. Batik.7. . 3. G& " XF Second Nat Bank 150 Nat Bank of Wash 230 TRUST COMPANY STOCKS. Amer. Sec. & Trust 225 Nat Savings & Trust.. 275 Union Trust 125 Wash. Loan & Trust... 232 2J5 Cont Trust 115 118 SAVINGS BANK STOCKS. Home Savings 420 Bank of Com. & Sav .. 12' ,.. East Wash. Sav. Ran.;. 11 Sec. Sav. & Com. Bank. 175 FIRE INSURANCL STOCKS. Arlington Klre Insur... 8 10 Corcoran Klre Insur.... 05 Firemen's Fire Insur.. 18 Ger. Amer. Fire Insur.. 225 Nat Union Fire Insur.. 5!i ... TITLE INSURANCE? STOCKS. Columbia Title Insurance 4 Real Estate Title Ins 73 MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS. Chapln-Sacks ... ISO D. C. Paper Mfg. Co.... 90 ... ' Uerch. Trans. & Stor... 100 115 ' Security Storage 185 ... Washington Market.... lGi ... U. S. Realty Co 12V ... WARNS AGAINST COMPROMISE. MILAN. Oct L The Corrlere Delia Serra warns the gorernment to beware of Austria, declaring that a compromise with Austria now would be fataL EDUCW10WAL 'EDUCATIONAL - SPECIAL NOTICES REFRIGERATORS Tht Art Superior. KELSON REFRIGERATOR CO. 611 F St. N. W. Frank. 2757 Buy "Window Shades Earlyl It U'toVour inttreit to order at once. Factory prices. The Shade Shop, & j;,thts;y N. STZEf CO.. rolHtarr and citizen tailors: cleanlnr. repairing and remodeling- ladles' and gtnt's clothing: speclaUza In alttrlng aalforroi; roasonsbl prices. Ill I ltth nw, ssl-ltt "OVER THERE," 816 17th St. N. W. Branch ot the Lotus Lantern Tea Room. Loncbeon and afternoon tea. mrSt-SOl lO EXTESMINATE BED T CCS. roaches, ants andL water burs, or., 20th Century iBseclleld&T Sold br drorxlrts or A. M. C Co.. H P at. N. W. aplO-JSt George Washington University Art and Sciences. Columbian" Colleee. Eneineerine Col lege, Teachers College, School of Graduate Studies. Law I School, Medical School, Dental School, Pharmacy School, h nospuai, .curses i raining, etc STUDENTS' ARMY TRAINING CORFS Including Naval Section v Excellent Acommodations, Special War Courses, Modern Languages. Registration Still Open. Apply at Once Office of the Recorder, 2023 G streeL West 1649. The Medical School, 1335 H streeL Main 7875. v The Law Schdol, New Masonic Temple. Main 4540. v ATTENTION CLASSIFIED ADVERTISERS A POORLY worded, consumptive looking' advertisement has very little pulling; power. If your ad 1 not pulllnsr the maxi mum amount of results there Is a reason. We have employed trained! KB,, wuuao Duaiacss ... uj tatum classified ads pay.. They have made a thorough study of classified adver tising not only In Washington but in other large cities. It will not obligate you In any way to have our representative call on you. We will not try to sell you anything. Wa simply want to show you how an Intelligent force can be applied to your business. PHONE THE TIMES Main B280. Classified Advt- Dept. DEATHS BARSSOCK MORRIS BARSSOCK, of the navy, died Wednesday morning, Septem ber 15. IMS. at Newport, R. I- aged twenty. Will be burled at Arlington Cemetery. Tuesday. October'!, at 2 o'clock, from 3SA Bates street northwest. 1-1. McDONALD On Saturday, September J, m. at 4:J0 p. m, at Norfolk. Va.. JOSEPH G. McDON'ALD. attorney at law. V. S. N., ago :t years, beloved hoe band of May II. .McDonald (nee Walsh), of 11JJ Clrard St. N. W and eldest son of T. A. McDonald. Funeral from his fstbers residence Tuesday, October 1,. at 8:30 a. m and thence to St. Patrick's Church, where Solemn Requiem Mass will be sung for the repose of Ms soul. Relatives and friend. Invited to attend. Interment In Mt. Olivet Cemetery. 1- UNDERTAKERS LOUIS T. CLEMENTS, Ftxntral Director. Thop. auntnts, Ma.nafr. Phonts Weat tOi. Fwirml Farlo. Hl Wlnconatn Ave N. W. f-l.M Georgetown University Special Evening War Courses In Addition to the Regular Curriculum of the Student' Army Training Corps ;.8 weeks course. NAVIGATION 1 Classes now Is progreia. AVIATION (12 weeks course covering Aviation Ground School J work. 5 nights per week. Clashes begin Sept. 3a RAW0-TEIIGRAFHY MILITARY FRENCH 12 week coarse. S nights per week. Special prepara tion for Army and Vavy work. Classes begin Sept. 30. (3. 0. 9 month Course S nights per week. To meet (tho needs of men destined for Over sea Servlci. ' RegutraHoBS. May Now Be Received. DEPT. OF ARTS AND SCIENCES, 37th and OSts. N. W. J. WILLIAM LEE, UNDERTAKER AND UTEKT. :. Pa. an. N. W. Telephone M. lilt. WASniNOTOW. f FLORAL DESIGNS GEO. C SHAFFER MV?4i':i?.1i tuu-KEssrvE ruoiuLL. emblems AT MODERATE PRICES. mhJ-JM H.OVERa far all eeaalons. Call mnklla .: residence, rranaua lilt. GEO. H. COOKE. 1111 Conn, ave. nylt-lllt J. H. SMALL & SONS, Florists, Comer llth and K eta. WASHINGTON 5'aldorf-Aatorla and iOl Madison ava. New ark. Flowers for funerals a specialty. Prle.a moderate. Special Funeral Wreaths Moderate. Flowers for all occasions. Prompt anto service. C E. BROOKS. 1.30 14th at. N. W. FUNERAL DESIGNS Of avary description Voderata Prleee. OUDE. KHVJTNjr. CEMETERY LOTS CKDAB 1JIIX. Waahlncton'a Mo.t Beautiful Cemetery. Fa. ave- 8. E. (Extended). For White People Only. Burial Sites from S. to .2 Compare our location and prices with tooas of other cemeteries. Buy Now Before Next Advance la Price. 8av 500 per cent. Let us take you out. show you the aeweet. Most logical and beautiful cemetery In Washington. FREB AUTO SERVICE. For further Information, address JOSEPH J. CATLOR. Treaa.. TO Ith St. N. E. Phone Una. m. lt.tir.tb.ti Navigation and SeamanliJp Emerson Institute 1740 P Street N. W. rhoae Franklla 443. . A Six-Weeks' Come Under a Competent Navigator and Seamaa PRACTICAL DEXTANT WORK ON THB WATER. USB OF NAUTICAi. ALMANAC AND BOWDITCn PXiAC T1CAI. PROBLEMS SOLVED. Classes Vp to Jsmlor Grade Llentcnaat Eijcht Iloara Week For those qualified for promotion aad all those who need Navigation and Seamanahlp. including commissioned men, seamen, civilian and beginners. Day and Evemlnc Classes Separate Clasae tar OfSeers Law School OF The National University fn- M d tine. Ity Specie! Act ot Congress. "9i at Soth Tear Beglna Oct. 1. 151. 11 Solei As s war-time memsare m easa-1 plete three-year eeorn will be given tsw J two yemre, eotltanr rradasXe te the v-., ere of Bachelor f Lawst tho eleim al" Master- of Laws after an year adillttai;0 WOMEX WTXL BE ADJaTTTED AS CAXtid D1DATES FOB DEGBKES. tor Stadeats wtay register aad the Deaa aeb Secretary be roauulted. oulone eb taued. etc. at Admlalstrmtleni OfUca. Mt Southern bulldlnr. Tram 0 to 3 JO. era-. Law Schawl building. 18-M Wth at. a-w. betweeei Z3Q and p.s. Phono Mala taiT-P National .Cathedral School Woadler Road aad 'Wlaeaaala Avean Situated witnin ine-.watnearai Close A Surtax -1 87 Fr fitrl Nineteenth Year Re-opens for Resident Pupil Oc tober 'J. 1918. and for Say Pupils Oc tober 3. 1918. Telephone Cleveland 8S5. J George Washington University Chartered by Concress. 1811. CO-ED TJCATIO:, AX. Collece Tear Beslns September -25. Art and Sciences, Engineering. Ed neatlon. Medicine. Dentistry. Law, Pharmacy, Veterinary Medlclna. Full day course and lata afternoon courses. About eeventy-flve classes In all college and engineering subjects meet at 5:10 and 6 P.M. ITUDE.vAs' AIIMV TRAirnao CORPS Catalotrue and other Information at 023 C st. Telephone West 1649. EDUCATIONAL WASHINGTON BUSINESS and CIVIL SERVICE SCHOOL 131T New York Ave. X. W. Grrcs Shorthand, Menstypy. (Ire-am-I'ltman Shorthand. llsalneaa, Knsllah, llonkkerplnsr. Graded Dlctatiun Classes In Steno ypy and Shorthand. Civil Service. Castijian Spanish Taught Native of Spain. Address IIS M et. N. W. Phone North JSO. ee7-S0t Washington College of Law CO-EDUCATIONAL Twenty third year opens September 30 at 7 p. m. Sessions at either 4:30 or S:30 p m. Tuition J7S.00 per annum Office hours. 10 to 5:30 1317 New York Ave. Phone Main 4111 au-25-30t PREPARATION TR UNIVERSITY. Ian-gt-agu. mathemaUca. science; all Govern ment cumulations; moderata. COLUMBIA UNIVERSITy SCUUOL. SOT llth at. N. T. 1-lriij.a.m.tu-tr FIR-ST-tiRADE aill .servlre elaminatlena for clerks, Ooct. S and Oct. l;. tuition for entire course for thcM examinations. J5. TUB OIVIL SERVICK ITtEPAKATOrtV SCHOOL. S E. cor. l:th and V ata. Phone rranann ;po. llyl7-tf Y. Assu.il. Lurgeat l'rltt in uty Zlen and Women. AtA.Ul.MA.CY (oldest school In city). 1 KKl'ARATOKY (accredited bases). New Class September 17. COMMKKCIAL (Gregg shorthand). DUAFTI.NO (mechanlcaL architectural). Grade (day or evenlnc). Langnagea Wlreleee Btstlettrs 1711 a El. K. 17 Bulletin Pree. HOWARD CNIVKRSITt All depart raenta open October 2, lilt. Medicine. Medical. Den'!. Lw, Arts and Sciences, lluaic. etc. Teachers Preparatory Col lege. Address OEOROB W. COOK. A. IX. oT-llt DRAFTING XAe Liu o Perntaaent Z)emaaV auallfr aa a Drafts man to 3 tv months la oar Day er Xrxht Clsaaca. Bis; demand at XSzeelJeisit Salaries. Get Latent Caalag-a. Columbia School of Diaftiug ROY C CL trUN. Prea, llth and T Sts. N. W. Phone N. :7S Jel-tf Stodenb' Army TraioiBg- Corpai1' George Washington0' University Law School jj CO-EDUCATIONAL. ta Bcs;latratlB Still Open. (S:s Member Association of American Law) Schools. Strict standarda Select atudentt body. Special courae In military l-t.-- Liaaaea tor napiDjcu nwignia. Secretary. Masonic Temple. "" l-aui:-0t 'c T1TB MILTON BUSINESS RCHOOL. n Shorthand. Typewriting. English. Cfvla? Sarvica. Decimal Flllag. French sad paa.(1l laah culcXlr aad accurately taught, amttt-jf ' CrVU, KEK VICE Self-lJUractloa Boaa. 'Vj New ltti revised edition, price. IX ,mt PBABLMANS BOOK SHOP. - ill O at. N. W. Prank Iln int. 1IT ... . ... .T. Maaenu Army irammg uorp" tof Georgetown Unrvertily .3 The Law School .-!. Session of 1918-1919 bezlc October 2,n 1918. at 6:30 n-ni. STS Secretary's office open dally from 9 '. a.m. to 5:30 p.m. for reclstratlon ana consultation. UUG1I J. FEGA7I, 31. A., LL. B-. Ph. D,a , Secretary. " , GeprcetoTrn Law School Rnlldlne. 1" BOS IS St. N.tV. Telephone SI. 793. act gS- SINGING JlggR Fourth year. Mm. Lucia Border!, dlplo-ma-graduate and formerly assistant t.-' Lampertl (teaener ot Sembrlch). principal.- foreign Instruction at home. Booklet oa nqueat. Conaultatlon. 11 to 1. lilt S nsr. Ph. N. 1011. aett-llt WOOD'S SCHOOL 311 fcjut All cat Cap. St. lerciai Braaeheauxael ya Spanbh and French Day and evening classes. NaUv tsaaaera. 1UI New York ave, roam XL E.8TCBN COLLEGE Ce-od.1 BearTfash, D. C: neir bldga.: degree, prep, and Juntor eesoo! courae: from age ten upward. Rata, t-ui r nrtrt d... ..... v. rm i laaJO.tnUh jajn-sot ST. ALBANY. TUB NATIONAL CATHEDRAL SCHOOL FOR EOia Country, day, aad boardlsg school. Ro paas Wedneadty, Sept. Si. 111. BISHOP Or WASHINGTON. Pree, Board at Trustee. WILLIAM W. CHURCH. Head Master. aI.SIt KING-SMITH Teacher of Singinr Mooern. cirniine met Boa of vole envel opment. Studio Hall 1Z19 Conn. ave. Franklin 3&;t. Mio-sot P AUL INSTITUTE Hit 8 St. N. tV. Phone No. 111. A BOARDINO SCHOOL FOR aiRLS. Mrs. NANETTE D. PAUL. LL. B-. Prea eel-.et Washington Montessori School Children's house, lt9 Kalorama road, three to elx yeara ot ago. PRIMARY DEPARTMENT. Ittt llth it.. ( to 10 years ot age. Reopens sixth year Thursday. October J. lilt. Ap ply A. J. BLACKWOOD. See fit let . K. W. at ENROLL NOW WOMEN'S DEPARTMENT OF THB EMERSON INSTITUTE ' j 1149 P 8T. N. W. Franklla till. Evenintr Sool Taesdsr. Tturadsy and Saturday New Claaaes in All Subjects. Preparatory for College and profeeslsaalT Scnoola. Coi.Ta-satlonal Krench and Spanish " Coursea 3 WiysLOW K RANrniLPH. Principal. Tho Catholic Inieerslty r America , Law. philosophy, letters and sdenca.' dm. mechanical, electrical, chemical and' architectural engineering, accountancy aa4-. business admlnlatratlon- FALL TERM BEGINS SEPTEMBER t ADDRESS THE REGISTRAR. hMII-- Special Day and Evening Course fee Paymaster FxnminatioB 114 Naval Reserve Classes Now ForTning " Enroll Now Preparatory for COLLEGE AND PROFESSIONAL SCHOOLS. Office hours. 9 to 4:10. except Saturday. Monday. Wdneeday and Friday. 1:11 t-' :S. o EMERSON INSTITUTE NATIONAL SCHOOL FINE and APPLIED ART 1303 l'A. AVE. tttrxt to Ulssa Bank). Main 170O. Felix nahbay, Olreetor Day and Evenln. Claaaea. Send for Cata togue. Courses la Ftna, Applied, aad la dustrtal Arta Pbbae jr'raoklta 41(1. 174 r St. N. W- 4C.IC h i