THE WASHINGTON TIMES; MONDAY; OCTOBER 28: 1918.
" 28 HERE IN DAY
Twenty-eight deaths as a result
of the Spanish Influenza here were
reported Jo the District Health De
partment during: the twenty-four
hours ending; at noon today. This Is
a decrease of six deaths over the
twenty-four hours ending: at noon
One hundred and fifty-nine new
cases -of the Influenza were reported
during: the twenty-four hours end
ing: at noon today. This Is a de
crease of 60 new cases In compari
son with the 325 new cases reported.
District health officials view the
situation today as decidedly Improved,
but urgre ag-ajnst any relaxation of
precautionary measures by the pudiic
The number of cases reported Is the
lowest number In any twenty four
hours since October 4. when the epi
demic first reached clty-wlde propor
tions. Baa Hay Be- Lifted Soon.
The opening: of churches, theaters
and schools the Utter part of thli
week, while possible. Is not probable.
according: to Dr. William. C Fowler,
District health officer, who told The
Times today that at the present time
he did. not think It safe.
"While I do not think the epidemic
1 Increasing. I think that it will
probably be Impossible to open the
aters, churches and schools tnts
"week," said Dr. Iowler. "At the pres
ent time the situation, while not se
rious, shows clearly that the Influ-
. ;nza Is still a menace in Washington.
I am anxious -that everything; be
opened as soon as possible, but as
public health measure they will have
to. be kept closed until It is abso
lutely safe to 'open thenu In the
meantime we should continue all pre
V Antes for "Fin" Workers Jfeeded.
More automobiles are needed by the
Public Health Service to transport
physicians and nurses engaged In In
fluenza -nursing;. Although more than
one hundred cars are now being; used,
more are needed. In some cases It
has bqen necessary to hire -taxlcabs
to take doctors and nurses to the
homes of Influenza patients.
V Work of transporting; these persons
as absolutely necessary. Calls must
Je answered Immediately as some
times the life of a person depends
upon how quickly jl doctor is ob
tained. Those who wish to loan
their machines for an hour, two
shoUrs, or' longer are urged to call
sMatn 520, transportation branch, as
.rsoon as possible. Tou can work any
(.boars, 4ay or night, or both, and can
"drive your machine yourself. The
-headquarters are at Tenth and H
WAR WORKERS Q1V
NIGHTS TO NURSING
After Day of Hard Work
She Nurses at Night
SUBSCRIPTIONS FOR "FLU"
Z VICTIM FUND TOTAL $900;
ADDITIONAL CASH NEEDED
-v 3 .(Subscriptions of $390 to the relief fund
Hor influenza, sufferers' here were report-
led today by Patrick T. Moran. chalr-
lnan of the Chamber of Commerce
cCommlttee -on Belief Work, making a
a.4oUl of J30O received from Washlng.-
sttonr residents- toward the fund. r
Names of person subscribing to the
4und alqce last 'Saturday are as follows :
Xir. C R. Dufonr, ?S; F. J. Mershaimer.
33; Hoehllng. JPeele & Ogilby, $5; John
H. Ruppert. 5: Semmes Motor Com
pany. HO: John F. Agnew & Co.. J5
National Electrical Supply Company,
TJS; American- Sign Company, tS; Ivan
C. Weld. C: Leet Bros, J3; Lewis M.
-Thayer. SS: James A. Head & Co., $10
fi.Kann.Sons & Co.. SO; H.Abramson.
fJSi Megul & Denham. 53: Jacob L.
Iranians. 110: Frederick J. Haskln. JS:
John Poole, 35; Bartholdl Restaurant.
""CST; Barber & Ross, ITS; W. Berens, 32;
William H. "Baldwin. 3S; B. Rich's Sons,
35; C J. Bell. 39): West End Laundry.
.35: Wnilcm H. Ernest. 35; John C.
tLeitx, 30; Mrs. Richard Butler. J5-,
James B. Henderson. 310; Ernest M.
Merrick. 310; A Brylawsld. 35; Dulln
& Martin. 331 ft
Sabscriptions may be sent to Patrick
T. Moran. chairman. Relief Committee,
Chamber of Commerce.
A Government clerk during the day
and an influenza nurse at night. I
This is the latest record established
by women war workers. The first
war worker to volunteer her services
as a nurse at night is Mrs. Eleanor
Santord, a rural mall clerk in the
When Mrs. Sanford closes her desk
In the Government office after her
day's work, she reports for duty at
the Webster School, the headquarters
of the Publi6 Health Service. It Is
4 o'clock then.- She acts as volunteer
nurse in emergency calls until mid
night and Is subject to call from her
norae until tne wee nours oi tne
Mrs. Sanford Is one of scores of
girl war workers to give their time
after office hours to fight the in
fluenza. Like Mr. Sanford' they give
Uncle Sam seven hours day work and
eight hours night vor. making a
fifteen-hour -.vorkingr day.
They report to Lieut. Howard S.
Fisk'in charge of transportation, at
his office in the Webster School, and
are assigned to a "case" when an
emergency call comes in.
I always wanted to be a nurse,'
said Mrs. Sanford. "I gained some
practical experience when I was home
with my motner. sne was very aeii
cate and the duty of nursing .her fell
upon me."' ,
Reports of money collected and ex
pended In the' Congressional cam
paign were filed today by the Repub
lican, Democratic Prohibition, and
B. M. Baruch, chairman of the War
Industries Board, was the heaviest In
dividual contributor to the "Demo
cratic fund, the report of the Demo
cratic national committee shows.
Baruch contributed 325,000, and was
one of a number of men, including
A. Mitchell Palmer, alien property
custodian, who contributed a total of
The Democratic national committee
got 3412.138. and pent, according to
the report. 3341,000.
The Democratic Congressional com
mittee listed contributions totaling
3132,000, and expenses totaled 332,702.
The Republican Congressional com
mittee lists "William Proctor' Cooper,
of Cincinnati, as the biggest indi
vidual contributor, with a gift of
37,500. The committee got 3143.050
and spent $146,983: .
There was a sharp contrast be
tween the reports of the Republican
and Democratic Senatorial committees.
The Democratic Senate committee
listed contributions of 350 each, from
Senators Oerry ana Plttmna. The
Republican Senatorial committee "got
371.800. of which 315.000 was con
tribu' 1 by J. S. Bache. of New Tork.
The cvmmltee spent 450.055.
Tha PrnMhIMnn rturtv 11eti" aa
trlbutlon of 325,584 and expenditures
of 3S5.GG5. The largest single con-
trlbutorwaa. EJwooa Malnes. .of .Ko-
Komo, Ind.. who gave 35,000.
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WALL ST. MARKET
NEW TORK. Oct. 53. The stock
market In the first fifteen minutes of
trading today reflected the accumula
tion or buying orders over Sunday
brought In by the character of the
news In regard to the German situa
tion. The supply was scant and
vioienr advances were required to
icAui svAiint uracrs in many issues.
The Mexican group was again the
most prominent. Mexican Petroleum
advancing 11 points to 180. Southern
Pacific was up Hi points to 105 and
American Smelting advanced 2U to
The "shipping stocks also were In
urgent demand. Marine preferred mov
ing up m to 123 and Atlantic Gulf
and West Indies advanced advanced 3
points to 112.
Steel common made a gain of
to 111 which 'was lost before the end
of the first fifteen minutes. Stude
baker advanced 2 points to 63.
Before the first quarter bt an hour
ended the demand slackened, and
much of the early gain was lost.
The market closed Irregular.
18U Adv Komley
49 Adv Pum pf.
5714 Ad Express.
4 Alaska G M.
28 Allis-Cbal ...
t&M Am Can....
. Am Can pf..
868 A C & FJy..
Am Cot On.
45 Amer lee...
56K Am lee Co pf
Am H & h.
BVi A H & L pf.
WA Am Linseed.
67J4 Am Loco....
113 Am Sam Tob 114J 110,' 110J
.90 Am Smelfff. 92 89 89
107 A Smel pf.. 107 107M 1075
92 A Steel Fdy. 935 92H 93
1053K Am (Tel & T. 105 105
. Am Tobacco. 1E9 184
341 Am Woolen- 50J5 50
34K Am W P pf . 32 32
Vo'A Am Zinc...
MRS. ELEANOR SANFORD,
Who started the movement of women war workers giving their after
office hours to the Public Health Service in its fight against influenza.
AT NEXT BEATING,"
JUDGE TELLS WIFE
- The Safest Investments
tar tsee"lhat do bo. Ssctoata Cuiint dis.
Uffbod eendltioBS at the nwoey or stock
arkU. rmt dod of trumt notes (OrM
oortxaros). wa cand on ml uuu is
tho nutrlet of ColambU. coastltm "Ult
dso tsrcstmirts, sad they do sot Co--fond
npoa tt SaaaeUI rwponslbiutr (
JDUvtdsala or corporaUons for thlr sta-fcUltr-
.W can supply nca lnreatmuu
1a amecsto from ISO vpward. 8ad for
-Bookuc. -wonoorcifls um aaa larosf
SWARTZELL,' RHEEM &
T UtB Bt- H. W.
Capital & Surplus, $2,000,000
L t0 have us point oat to
A you the advantages
of a Corporate over an in
axvidaal Trustee or Execu
tor wOI take but little of
your 'time, and no obliga
tion will result
Confer with our
. Trust Dept staff on
this point before yon
have YOUR WILL
tTWe act as Executor,
Trustee, Guardian, etc
National Savings &
CotJ 18th and IT. Y. An.
DEATHS IN D.C. FROM
On Diamonds, Watches,
(Sooth of Highway Bridge)
pVSWKSS TItXSSACTED BZCLU.
t Take cars at th st and PeMsyl.
ixoU ts. for souta end. or Hisnwar
iPrldss. una car ticket eacn war.'
These twenty-elcht deaths were re.
ported to the District Health Depart
ment oeiween noon yesterday and
Moy Dunn. C2. 325 Pennsylvania
Henry S. Maley, 2, 1327 U street
Frank E. Adams, 61, United States
Public Health Service Hosnltal.
Maurialo Lucchesi, 33, 321 Pennsyl
Robert C Willis, 35. Casualty Hos
pital. James W. Beller, 38. Carlisle Apart
ments. Fourteenth end Columbia road.
Walter H. CaUIs, 2, 524 Tenth street
Agnes X Brosnan, 24, 111 Third
James E. Jenkins, 28, St. Elizabeth
Virginia Murray, 14 months. United
States Public Health Service Hos
pital. Olive Windham. 21, United States
Public .Health Service Hospital.
Edward Evans, 6, United States
Public Health Service Hospital.
William Rollins, 30, 25 Defrees
Thomas E. Cox. IS, 1704 Sixth
Elsie RusseU, 4. U. S. P. H. S. Hos
pital. William B., Bowers, 36. 120 Qulncy
Fannie SI. Acer. 07, 1508 Wisconsin
Victor Marsh, 32, U. S. P. H. S. Hospital.
Mildred Brazlre, 22, U. S. P. H. S.
William J. Cook. 72. 6710 Thirteenth
Bessie L. Madden, 32, 319 Thirteenth
Sadie M. Thorpe. 32. 315 Seventh
Freda Freldlander, 24, Providence
John G. Hill. 6. 1726 First street.
Mable Emrich, 27, 225 Vlrclnla ave
Israel S. Goldsmith, 41. Providence
Willis A. Weed. 21. U. S. P. H. S.
Myrtle G. Brown, 33. 712 G street
CHICAGO. Oct. 28. "Stand him up
against the wall and shoot him like
you would any other dirty dog!"
It was not a suggestion, but an
order Issued yesterday by Judge Wil
liam N. Gemfailll, of the court of do
mestic relations, to Mrs. William
Schwingen,' of 2750 'Sofia Ashlandl
avenue, when she brought ber hus
band before him for nonsupport and Ic'ourt asked Mrs. Schwlngen.
Mrs. Schwlngen came Into court
with a.trembllncr voice and dlicolored
eye from the beating her husband
had administered the nlghfbefore,
"What's your business! -Judge
Gemmlll asked the well-dressed Ger
man. Says He Is a Decorator.
"I'm an architectural decorator."
"You trim things! Decorate them?"
commented the court.
"You decorated your wife a bit yes
terday, didn't your
"A little." The husband smiled.
"Oh, your honor," said the wife, the
mother of four children, tried to keep
the tremolo out of her tired Voice as
she told briefly what she had en
dured for sixteen years. "I've cared
for our children and gone without
things. When we married I had $500
saved, because I worked from the
time I was fifteen years old. He had
only $C0. Now he's worth $16,000."
itrs. senwingen straightened her
summer hat. "He beats me terribly." -I
"Shoot Him," Said Judge.
"Madam," said the Judge, "If he sub
jects you to such indignities again,
stand hftn up against the wall and
shoot him as you would any other
dirty dog' Arguing doesn't seem to
do much good. Shoot him! Its al
most too good for that kind of a
beast. They all ought to be lined up
and shot every Hun like him. Beat
Jng the mother of his children, a
good woman, till she comes into ecurt
trembling with fright and with her
eyes bjackened like that I say,
Schwlngen's- face- turned crimson
ana ne mumDiea. '
So you want to live with html" the
Rlrtk Law. don.
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593i 59 59
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4 4 4
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94J 94tf 94J4
87 88 86
43 43 43
49 46J 47
59 58 58
16 15K 15H
81 80 80
67 67 67
Oh. no. If he would feed, us and
stop beating me but he don't!"
"I don't blame you," and. Judge Gem
mlll ran his fingers through his head
and threw his pen across the bench.
"How much will you give this wife
and children to live on 7" he asked
"I'mnot strong," Schwlngen com
plained. "I can't make so very much."
Assistant State's Attorney Michael
Roslnla Jumped over near Schwlngen
and looked jip at the six-footer.
"Not strong, huh? Seven feet tall.
and you weigh 250 pounds. What's
the matter with youT"
"I Just am not strong. I can't
stand very hard work."
"Well, you can sweep streets and
black boots that's what I did not
so ery long ago. I guess It won't
hurt you." And Roslnla declared
he'd get Schwlngen a Job at which
he could make plenty to keep his
family in comfort, with perhaps a
few luxuries thrown In.
"Twenty dollars a week for your
family, and you stay away from the
house," was the order. "If you can't
give ball, you can go to Jail. This
means you pay. too. or go to the
Schwlngen made his sullen way
to the telephone to try to get ball.
The wife, her babies clinging to her
skirts, hQrried home after express
ing "her gratitude for the first con
sideration she bad been shown in six
71 Anaconda. . .
9335 -Atchison ...
109 A G & W I.
AtQfiiW I pf
85 Bald Loco...
56JS Bait & Ohio.
103 Beth Stl pf .
727. Beth' Stl B..
41 Brook B T..
160 Burns- Bros. 160
26 Butte & Sup. 27
Can Pacific 170
Cal Petrol.. 22
64 Cal Pet pf.. 8
C6 Cen Leather. . 6&K
107 Cen Lea pf.. 107
597 Ches & Ohio 59
.'handler M. 97
C& N W...
49H C M & S P.
-81 C M&SPpf
20)4 Chile Copper
42 Chin C Cop.
40tt Col G & E..
42 Col P & I...
99 Consol Gas..
44 Com Prod...
67 Crucible SU.
BS'A Cru Steel pf. 88
32 Cuba C Sug. 32
81 Caba C S pf
183 Del L & W
12 Dome Mines.
33 Erie 1st pfd.
30 Gaston Wms.
154H Gen Elec.
112J 108 108
Hlitu Lrw. Ooo
191)4 Reading. 92 89 89
132 Royal Dutch. 133 125 125
86 RI&SteeL... 6 85 85
Rep I & 3 pf 100 100 100
Seab'dAL.. 9 9 9
Sears Rok.. 164 157 164
ShattactAC 15's 15 15
Sinclair Oil.. 37 S5 35
55 .SlossSfr&I. 5b' 55 55
104. SrathPac... 104 101 101
30 South By..... 30 30 X'A
66$ Studebaker... 685 66 66
Sup Steel.... 33 38 38
16TennC&C. 16 16 16
190 Texas Co. 194 190 190M
TexPac,.. 18JS 18Ji 18H
Third Atc... 19 19 19
TobacProd... 76 75 76
UCi-f Stores. 104 103 103
USCIP&F- 14 14 14
UnVd Type-109 103 109
Union B& P. 73 73 73
Union Pac.... 135 132 133
70 UnPacpf.- 76 70 70X
142 United Fruit 143 H 143 143
103 USIndAL... 108 103 105
9 URylnv.... 10 10 10
U Realty Imp 26 26 26
67 US Rubber... 69 67 67
U S Rublpf... 103 102 103
47 USS&R.... 48 48 48
110 US Steel.... 110 107 103
89 Utah Copper. 91 89 SO
UtahSec.... 14 14 14
67 Va-CarChem. 69 67 58
9 Wabash 9 9 9
39 Wabash pf A. 40 38 '38
Wabash B.... 24 23 23
44 Westfhouse... 45 44 44
15 Western Md.. 15 15 15
9 W&LE 9 9 9
WhiteM 47 47 47
61 Wilson Inc.. 62 60 60
23 Wniy)ver.f 24 23 23
Will Over pf.. 83 83 83
Wpolworth... 125 125 125
55 WorPrnplM.. 54 54 54
THE CURB MARKET.
1p.m. prices famished by TV. B. HJbbs
A Col. members pf New Tork Stock Sx
chxnr. Sid. Asked.
Aetna Explosive 8
Air -Reduction 68
103 103 103
103 103 103
50 49 49
Am. Writ. Paper, com.. 3&
Atlantic Petroleum 2!4
Barnett Oil , ,.... U
Big Ledge H
Boston & Montana ..,.. 44
Butterworth Judson .... 25
Caledonia Mining ..... 47
Calumet tc Jerome A
Canada. Copper ........ 1)1
Carbon Steel 100
CA Light & Power..'.. 1ft
Charcoal Iron 7,
Chevrolet ..' 1S2
Cities Service 283
Cities Service, pfd..... ?E$i
Cons. Arizona , lj
Cons. Copper .......... S&
Cosden Co ...'... 7H
Cosden, pfd.. 3ft
Cresson Gold... 4ft
THE LOOM, MARKET
Washington Hallway, preferred,
stock led the tradlnr. which was dalL
at this morning's session of the .local
Fifty-three shares of the railway
stock were exchanged as follows:
Three shares xt 89. than flftv aharaa
at 69ft m two deais 0f twenty-five
A $1,000 Capital Traction Z told at
Twenty shares of Eanjtdn Mono
type stock changed handsltn before
and ten after calL
The first ten were sold at B9. sad
after the call tea more sold at 63 K.
LOCAL BONO MARKET.
Emma Copper ,
Federal Oil .-;
First Nat. Copper..
Holly Sugar, pfd...
Howe Sound .....
Georgetown Gas 6'a.... ..
Washington Gas 5's 05
CoL Gas & Elec. 6'a.. 80
CoL Gas & Elec. Deb. 5's 73
Cap. Traction R. R. S's. 97
City and Suburban 5's.. 85
Metropolitan R. R. 5's... 95
Wash. Ry. & Elec 4's.. tl
Potomac Elec. Cons. 6'a 93
Potomac Elec Lt 6'a....
Potomac Elec Power 6s
Pot, Elec Pow. gen. 6s.
C & P. Tele 5's........
Amer. TeL & TeL 4'...,
Amer. TeL TeL 4ft's..
Am. T. T. CtL Tr. 6.
Am. T. & T. cons. ft..
Am. Graph. 1st (F
D. C. Pap. Mfg. V
Wash. Market 6s 1927..
Wash. Market S's 1947..
W. M Cold Storage S's..
Sec Stare. & Safe Dep. ffs
r. w. steamboat 5's..
Rlggs Realty S's (long).
Rlggs Realty 6s (short),
PUBLIC TJTIXITT STOCKS.
Capital Traction 85ft .
'Wash. Ttv. Jk P!M mm 4t
Wash. Jty. & Elec pfd. 69ft
N. W. Steamboat.... 165
Washington Gas 54
Amer. TeL Tel 103
TYPE MACHINE STOCKS.
Mergentbaler Linotype.. 134ft 137
Lanston Monotype 68ft 60
Lanston Script ........ 93 ...
Greene Cananea 64 ...
NATIONAL BANK STOCKS.
American Nat Bank.... 145
Capital Nat Bank ...
CoL Nat Bank 200
Commercial Nat- Banlc 190
District Nat Bank...... 153
Ft. Mech. Nat Bank. 220
Federal Nat Bank 180
Lincoln1 Nat. Bank 160
Nat Metrop. Bank 115
Rlggs Nat Banlc 400 44S
Nat Bank of Wash 230
Capital Traction S's, $1.0009974
Washington Railway pfd.. -3&C
25669ft, 23669ft. '
Lanston. 10859. 1
After calL Lanston, 1Q05SH.
The Law School
Secretary's office open daily from
4:50 to 6:00 p. m for regirtratlor
Classes will be resumed at 6:31
p. jn. daily when permission U
cxanted by the health, officer.
Georgetown Law School Bldff,
50C E St N. W.
Phone Mala 7293 E '
" & FABIAN, Piamst,
Stadia, ill 11th St N. W.. Third floor.
PUPILS.- CONCERTS: RECITALS,
Fhon Franklin Hll.
SHOBmAXD Prtrato lenoas hi Crrr
horthasd waatod to moists a -wtMk,
BOX ill. Times otSce. 1-JO"
PKEPAKATIOX TOR UTHVJtSlTT, Ua
cnaroa. mathtmallssL selsneo. all OoTra
meat oiamlnatlona; modcrato. COLUMBIJI
uwivEiiaixr.sciJOOt, toT nth at N. w.
Best' modem method. rEXDUAN. IM
North Oxoliaa are. 8. E. Uaeoln 2141. r
XRD3T COMPANZ STOCKS.
GERALD RfUAUD IS
LEAVES 1200,000 ESTATE
An estate valued at more than
S2O0.0O0, left by Frank Healy. an
inmate of St. Elizabeth's Hospital
for the last twenty-fire years. Is In
volved In a petition for letters of
Administration filed today by Attor
neys Darr and Baker, a committee
for the estate.
Healy, who died last night of in
fluenza, was the sole heir of his
brother. Dr. James A. Healy, -a for
mer druggist at the corner of Third
street and Massachusetts avenue
AIRCRAFT REPORT IN
The report of Charles Evans
Hughes, who Investigated the air
craft situation is In the hands of
President Wilson. It will be made
public after the President has had
an opportunity to Inspect it.
Today's Market Hints
Sergt. Gerald E. Rlcaud, son of Mrs.
Geraldlne Van Wort. 4116 Chesapeake
street. Tenleytown, and grandson of
Gen. E. D. Keyes, noted civil war
commander. Is mentioned In today's
casualty list received from the War
Department as "severely wounded in
Rlcaud was born In San Francisco,
and received his early education at
White Plains, N. Y.. where he gradu
ated from high school, but was well
known in Washington, having spent
several months of every year for the
last Ave at the home of his mother
At the outbreak of the Mexican dla
turbance Rlcaud enlisted with the
Seventh Regiment of the New York
National Guard and left with-his unit
for service on the border, where, at
the end of two months he vaa recom
mended for an officers' training school,
but declined, saying that he would
sooner remain with his "pals."
In May, 1018, his regiment was con
solidated with the 107th New York
Infantry and detailed overseas. Upon
his arrival at the front he was made a
trench observer, and, because of his
coolness under Are, was given the
rank of sergeant and cited In dis
patches. Sergeant Rlcaud has nine cousins,
all of them commissioned officers
serving with the A. E. F, in France.
Capt. Alexander Dlghettl, of the
French army, one of his cousins, han
been decorated with the Legion of
Honor medal for "distinguished
bravery in action."
Prlcia to retailers and central market
Information turn ued by JJureeu of Mar
kets. tT. t(. Department of Agriculture;
fair prices to consumers, by the District
"Take your basket to market."
"Just say, 'Don't wrap it,
"Paper saved is paper made."
ABUNDANT Onions. creen tomatoes,
pumpkins, squash, peppers, cabbace.
turnips, potatoes, eooklnc apples, spin
ach NORMAL Lima and strlnr beans, ripe
tomatoes, sweet cord, carrots, egrplant,
beets, eatlnc apples, lettuce.
SCARCE Oranges, bananas, orster plant,
crapes, grapefruit, lemons.
Product, Cost to ralr price
Grade. Retailer to Conrum-
te- Today. .r Today.
BEANS, snap. U pk.. 10. He
do. lima. qt.. 30-3SO
BEETS, bunch 4- (o
CELERY, bunch 4- to
CABUGE, lb lU-lo
CARROTS, bunch I- 4o
do., cut, b z-SHc
local, each 3- Co
XALK. Dk. 1.1 On
LETTUCE, local, head . 6- Ic
u.mu.19, yellow. i pic. c Jc
do, bunch ......... 7- Ic
PARSMPS. H pk. . I-Ilc
PEPPERd. local, each. H-Vo
No. l. pk. (is lbs.) is-iovic
No. i, pk .... ro-nc
Sweet. No 1, "h pk ll-l:c
Sweet, No. 2, Vi pk. I- le
do, pk (1 lbs.) Ilk
PU3ITKINS, lb 1. :e
um i u Ke
mp. K pk i:-:oe
Green, pk ll-:oc
Topped, a pk 4-6o e-8o
Thrift Stamps bo a cat for yourself
or your children cultivate the rixht
. ,. -A&, -n.t
133 Gen Motors. 136 lisu .uw
73 Gen Mot pf. 79 79 79
66 GoodrichBF 57U 67 57
94J4 Gt North pf.- 94 94 94
33 Gt Nor Ore. 33 32U 32J
54M Greene C C. 65 54J4 M
Gulf St SU. 71 71 7G&
Hask & Bar. 45J4 45J4 45H
ni Central.. 100?. 100J4 100
6434 Ins Copper..
S6"4 Int Paper...
Int Pa pf sta
32!4 Int NickeL..
20 Kan. City...
37 U Kennecott...
Lee B & Tire
61 Lehigh VaL.
38 'A Loose-Wiles.
SOJs- Marine com...
121 !4 Marine pfd...
33J4 Maxwell M G
62 Max 1st pfd.
May D Store.
175 Mexican Pet.
28S Miami Con...
2554 Mo Pacific...
75'A Mont Power..
10'A Nat Lead....
N Y Air Brk.
79 NY Cent
108J Nor & West..
93 Nor Pac
44! Ohio Gas
1225 1185. 118X
27?b 27?s 27
123 i P Am Pet pf . 12074 12074 12074
Owens Bit.. 6074 6074 6074
58 PeoG&C... 583. 56?4 5674
483a PennBE 49 4776 4776
3236 PhilaCo 3375 323a 3374
PCC&SL. 5776 5776 5776
I Pitts Coal... 5t 51 61
PUU Coal pf. 83 83 83
44U Pierce-Arrow 463a 4574 4574
37- Pitts &WVa 263. 3576 3576
243 Ray Con Cop. 25 2476 2476
. BySUSprgs. 683i 653, 6874
Internat. Petroleum HVt
Island Oil 34
Jerome Verde............ ft
Jim Butler.............. 47
Jnmbo Extension 9
Keystone Tire 16
Lake Torpedo 24
Magma Copper 30
Mason Valley 4V4
Maxim Munitions Vlt
Merritt OH ,.v 23
Metro. Petroleum ...... 14
Midwest OH com........ 103
Midwest Oil pf. Iff
Midwest Refining 133
Mitchell Motors 15
Motherlode .... 37
Nlplsslng Mines Co. 8U
North Amer. P. & P..... 3
Northwestern Oil ....'.. 52
Ohio Copper - il
Oklahoma Oil Co W. j
Okla. Prod. & Refg. Co.. . 0
Okmulgee Oil 2
Pacific Gas 32
Peerless Motors 14
Ray Hercules 34
Red "Warrior A
St Joseph Lead 14
Sapulpa com TA
Sequoyah OH A
Sinclair Gulf 21
Standard Motors 8V4
Submarine Corporation.. 13
Success Mining.......... 10
Tonopah Extension lft
Triangle Film U
United Eastern 4
U. S. Light & Heat com. 1
U. S. Light & Heat pfd, 214
United Motors 334
United Profit Sharing... -f.
U. S. Steamship 4
United Verde 37
Ullted West. Oil 34
United Zinc M
Victoria OH 24
Wayland Oil 2H
Wright Martin Aero.... 6
West End 1
Relc. Equip 13
Am. Sec tt rrast 210
Nat. Say. and Trust.. 270
Union Trust 118
Wash. Loan & Trust... 232
Continental Trust 116
Saying Bank Stocks.
Home Savings. ......,. 420 .
Bank of Com. & 8aT. 12 ...
East. Wash, Say. Bank. 11 ...
Sec Sar. & Com. Bank.. 175 ...
FIRE INSURANCE STOCKS.
Arlington Fire Insurance 8 10
Corcoran Fire Insur.. . . 80 .,..
Firemen's Fire Insur. ... 18 ..
Ger. Amir. Fire Insur.. 228 ...
Nat. Union Fire Ins..,. 5tf ..
TITLE INSURANCE STOCKS.
Columbia. Title Insur... 4 s
Real Estate Title Ins... .. 75
Chapln Sacks , ... 180
XX C-Taner Mfg.CV..-.. -tO - ...
Merch. Trans. & Stor... 100 115
Security Storage 185 ...
Washington Market ... 16 -
BALTIMORE GRAIN MARKET.
BALTIMORE. Oct. 2& Wheat-
Good demand; Arm No. 2 red winter.
J2JJ54: No. 2 red winter, garlicky,
$2J34. Receipts 114.439 bushels;
shipments. 8809 bushels.
Corn Steady: contract yellow, J1.T0.
Receipts, 7,225 bushels; shipments.
Oats Firm; No. 3 white, domestlcj
80c Receipts. 60.684 bushels; ship
ments. 12.409 bushels;
Rye Steady: No. 2 western, ex
port spot, ?1.?6K Receipts. 54.431
bushels: shipments. 5 bushels.
Hay Firm; No. 1 timothy, per ton,
$37 G $37-50. No. ldbyer mixed,
Flour Quiet: winter wheat grades
Narvijatioa aae! SemVTiH?
Pkem TTrsuikllja, 44M
A Sz-Wekj' Coarse Unite
raACTICAL SEXTANT WOTtK OX
f?a wxtxr. -csj. or NauncAU
ALVANAC AND BOtrt3ITCH PSUkC--TICAZ.
Clauses TJp to Jamtoi- Orasto
Ueutemaat makt Hants
roT thoee qaallfled for premaAaa aeA,
all thee woe need NarUaUea aaei
neemsTTahJpw Bdodlsg eomnussleakst
rasa, seaibea. etTlllaas aad becusaartv
Day aad Eralris Classes
caarata- Oassea far omeers
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LESSONS In Trench br a nattre Tntartaai
reading. mbvmmM., lfly 2H
ItSMOn. phone Colombia 191. ee2X,st
WASHiaUTUN COLLEGE OT XAVT
Clsssis caseoetlatud temperanty br re
quest et Board of Jtealta. lTinnnnrrriMil
f re-openlnt will be made later. Office
open (or reslstrxUoa IC to . HIT
Tors: are, pnono Mala, ttlt. if
Furnished The Washlarton Times br .
L. Carpenter A Co, '' Tark. Branca
sOlce. Woodward Bolldlnc Herbert B.
New York Prer.
Open, High. Low. 1:15. Close.
Jan.. .30.00 30.27 2SJ8 29 50 29.86
Mar.. 29 57 29.75 28.89 29.05 29.44
May.. 29.29 29.48 28.72 28.82 29.18
July.. 2916 29.36 29 08 29 OS 29.03
Dec. 30.40 30.62 29 89 29.97 30.42
New Orleans Prev.
Open. High. Low. 1.15". Close.
Jan.. 28.90 29.15 28.43 28.47 28.82
Mar.. 28.74 28.93 2422 282 28.37
May.. 28.57 28.78 28.06 28.00 28.40
Dec.. 29.40 29 58 2S.S0 28.80 29.18
Furnished The Washington Tunes by N. I.
Carpenter & Co, New Tork. Branch office.
Woodward tide. Herbert H. Brown, man
MILWAUKEE. Wis, Oct- 28. Six
members of "the Socialist party to
Wisconsin, including Are candidates
for pfflce and o4e woman, were In
dicted by the'Federal grand Jury to
day on charges of writing, mailing,
and spreading seditious literature.
Those indicted are Victor L. Ber
ger, candidate for Congress from the
Fifth district; Louis A. Arnold. State
secretary of the Socialist party and
.-.u... , th. Statesenate: Ed-
atmad T. Nelms. candidate for Con-
u .w , oiu !. oui.u utstrlctr Oscar
Ameringer, candidate for Congress
from the Second district; Leo Krzy
ckl, candidate for Congress from the
Eighth district, and Miss Elizabeth
Thomas, president of the Social Dem
ocrat Publishing Company, which
publishes the Milwaukee Leader.
WASHINGTON BUSINESS aat!
CIVIL SERVICE SCHOOL-
Kir New Tork Ares. N. IT.
kaavPltsaaB ShortluuuL Business. Eate
Graded "Dictation Classes In Steso
typy aad Shorthand. CItU" Serrlcev
Hen aad Wamem.
ACCOCNTAMCT (oldest school is cltyV
rSEPABATOBT (accredited bases).
New Ctasa September IT.
COHStZBCIAX, (Oresx ahorttuuKlL.
DBATTIXO (mectULSlcat. architectHrmtV
Grado (day or orenlns).
Lans-masea Wtralasa Statlsttal
HI. Q 81. W. ff . Bnlletij rree,
1TBST-GBADK Crrtl Serrtee emmlnarlottt
far clerks. Nor. i ant Nor. : tnitlos
Cor entire course for thee examinations
If. THE OVIL- SXBTICB PBXPABATOai
SCHOOL, 8. K. tor. Uth aad T sta. Pnoas
rranaUn lata. Uylt-tt
Ctliairia SehMl of Irafting
14th and T Sta. N. W.
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Nights. Bljc deraaad for ear srradn-,
tea at high salaries. Aak for our
CIVIL SERVICE SeU-IastracUoa Baolb
New HIS rerlaed edition, price. IX.
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DRAFT CALLS TO BE
As Indicating the backbone of
Spanish Influenza has been broken
In the army camps It was learned
at the office of Provost Marshal
General Crowder today that the call
ing of selective service men would
be resumed next Sunday.
No official Idea of the extent of
the quota could be secured, but it
was understood the number would
be sufficiently large to call in all
of the men for October, who would
have been Inducted had It not been
for the Influenza epidemic in the
army. For the first time men who
registered on September 12 will be
CONFER IN ROM
ROME. Oct 28. Robert Perkins.
James Byrne, Ernest BIcknell, Thomas
Farnum, and Prof. Capps, with a
Greek commission, have arrived in
Athens for a consultation on Red
Cross activities In the Balkans, according-to
Special Bay and Xvtalsc Cum sea tat
Paymaster Fthttt :Hon
( Naval Restinre
Classes Now Fonning
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New Classes in All Subject
Freraratory tor Collex aad frotesiloew
Converaatlonal French and Spaaljll
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