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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. THURSDAY, APRIL 10; 1019.
TT BMts, damages, Heaths Notices May B& -Phoned Until 1 p. tn.Main 5S$0, Branch 9. FOWL TODAY OR I. S. EMPLOYE T)ier,iunel-ai,v of Miss Virginia F. yiil j'Onaf the veterans iiytbe-em-PlaytOJKthe Federal Government, who dieSircsOfcy at tfiefiomrbf "hor sis ter. Mrs. Margaret P Dodgre, HI First Etree.northeast, lh 'b'fclhg: lield from that address lHi afternoon. SssBall jhad'been in the Govern ment; employ for .forty-seven years. She 4r$s born.-a.t- JZanesvlUe, Ohio, peventy-nlne years ago. She was reared airdeducated in Ohio and camo to Washington in J 872, the year she received her appointment as clerk in thc'Patent Office. She began her worRfor Uncle Sam. on July 16. 1872. She resigned from, the service on the fith of last month because of ill health. f Mlsa all is survived by her sister, lira. Dodge, and' a. .brother, J. A. Ball, of Chicago, yfho Is attending the serv ices iliere.""- 45EJQRGE E. FAIRALL. T futferal of George E. Falrall. aixty-Wojfears old, a veteran Gov- ornmentmploye, was held from .his homev 13tf Sixth street northeast, ariy3hl8rfternoon. Mr. Falrall died -t hJs'-Horne Tuesday. He had been mplgyect for many years as a ma chinist at the Navy Yard. iRterment 'will be at Baltimore. MRS. MARY W. SMITH. Faneral services for 2lrs. Mary W. Smith, sixty-four years old, will be held;at her home, 319 E street north east at tjro o'clock tomorow after noqn. Mrs. Smith died at her home Tuesday. She came to Washington several years ago from Dayton, Ohio. She- is survived by two children, Misa Ruby Shepley and Nathan Shepley, both, living in New York city. BENSON M. CALDWEbL. Information has ben received here of the death of Benson M. Caldwell, brother of A H. Caldwell of this city, at his estate in Winter Park, Fla. Mr. Caldwell died Tuesday after an illness of several, months. - He had been in business in West Virginia ana was wen Known -in Washington. He was manager of the Aetna-Standard Mill Add was afterward ...general manager of the National Steel Com pany. Mr. Caldwell had offices in New York city, but his home was at Wheeling, W. Va.. where his funeral will be held. He is survived by a son, Halstead W. Caldwell; two-'sisters, MLjs Jane Caldwell, and Mrs. J. D. Alexander, of Vineland, N. J.; and nis aroint .-. , sJt i 3. ' MRS. CHARLES C. LARSEN. Funeral services for Mrs. Charles C. Larscn, wife of Charles C. Lars en, of the marine corps, -will be held at her home, 467 L street southwest, at S:30 o'clock tomorrow morning. Re quiefn high mass will be haid at St. Dominic's Catholic Church at 9 o'clock. Interment is to be at Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Mrs. Larsen. died Tuesday" She is survived by her hus band and two daughters. MARRIAGE LICENSES. Marion I. Sice, 51. and Kate H. Garth right, 20. both of Hichmond, Va. The Rev. Earl Wlllley Michael R. burrows. 26. of Washington. D. C. and .Elizabeth C Brady. 'SO. Springfield. III. The Rev-John H. Jer- fries. Lonnle A. Holden. 21, and Katharine A. O alls cher. 19. both of Portsmouth, Va. The Rv. C F Thomas. Steven IJHIery Jobson. 22, and Nellie Sand ford, 2. both of Washington, D. C. The Rev. Howard F. Downs. Seth Warren Terry, 23, of Denver. Col.. and Florence E. Memmott, 22. of Little Valley, N. . The Rev. L. E. Purdum. Alfred A. Strauss. 23. of Pittsburgh. Pa., and Louise Myers. 20. of Washington. D. C The Rev. J. Phelrs Hand. Aaron Richardson 'Jones. 21, asdi CIoc Lotta Wait man. 20, both of Washington, D. C The Rev F W. Almendlnger. Dudley B Clark. 27. of Los Angeles. Cal., and Kathryn T Sprague. 24. of Wash ington; D. C The Rev. Howard F. Downs Arthur S Hawkins. 25, of Culpeper. Va., and Mae A. Towel!. 23, of Ettan, Va. The Rev. H Z Albaugh. William L- Moore, 25, and Katherine H. Dittcs, 21. both of Washington. D. C The Rev H. Sehroeder. Fred B. Tupper. 27. of Flint. Mich., and Margaret Louise Dixon. 24. of Fiscal- away, Md The Rev P J. O'Donnell. R. Lomax. 33, and Hester Montague, 25. The Rev. H T Gaskins W H. Johnson, 29, and Edna E. Emerson. J S Brace, 32. and Mary S. Howard. 19. The Rev J. Matthews R H. Carroll, 21. and Mary E Kerea, 19. The Bey, J. I. Loving. C Smoot? 23, and Edna Porter, 23. The Rev. W. J Howard E. Jackson, zu and Lulu Green. 21 The Rev. J. E Willis C Sawyer, 38. and Isabella Cornish. 21 The Rev. William H Dean DEATHS IARSEV On Tuesday, April S, J BID. Mrs. I.ARSEK (nee Matthews), beloved w!fo of Charles C Larsen, and beloved mother of Mra K McNuIty and Mrs. M. McHurh Funeral from her residence, 467 I. street southwest, Friday. April 11, m.t $ 30 o'clock, thence to St Dominic's Church, where requiem high mass will be offered for the repose of her soul Friends and rclam-es respectfully invjted to attend Interment at Mount Olivet Cemetery 1-10 LEMONS On Tuesday. AprU 8, 1919. at 1:30 o'clock p m.. at Garfield Hospital, ELIZABETH LEMONS Services at Wise's Chapel, 29th and M sts . Friday. April 11, at 4 o'clock p. m. 10 FLORAL DESIGNS FIXJIVEBS for all occasions. Call Franklla 4(0(; reaidenca. Fraaklln 11J6. OEO. H. COOKE. 1102 Conn. are. myll-lSOt J. H. SMALL & SONS. Florists Corner ltth and H st.. WASKINQTON; Waldorf Astoria, and SOS Madison ara, New Torlc. F16wrs for roaaraJ ipe dalty. Prices moderate. FUNERAL DESIGNS Of varr description Moderate prleao. GtTDS, 1 F ST. N. W. UNDERTAKERS -T J. WILLIAM LEE, UNDERTAKES AND LIVERT. 232 Pa. A-re. N. W. OCDU BIRTHS: v Lauranco A. and Dorothy Slaughter, jr., boy. .' Simon' and Justlna I. Schledel, girl. Renal G. and Edna C. Phelps, girl. LeorTD. and Felice Negro, boy. Cornelius J." and May Norton, boy. John and Mary Maher, glrr. James C. and Florence MIombard, boy. William J. and Catherine "Keatfe, boy: Arthur and Ida Gehmato. boy. ... Placido and Mary Caponltl." boy. Robert and Lula Wright, iJrl.- Benjamin H. and Edna Washington, boy. James and Rosa Thompson, boy. -James H. and Sarah E. Thomas, bo. John -and Nannie Tatum. boy.- i , Howard M. and Estelle Blackford, jrlrl. Conrad and Gertrude Alexander, gltl. DEATHS. Andrew X.Manplnc 11 yra., 4122 Illinois ave, nw. Bridget .M. Martin, 62 yrs., 1720 I st. nw. Missouri HIner, Wyra,,125 13th st. ne. Alfonso R. Taberlo, 28 jam, St. Ells. Hos. Winter B. Mlffleton. Stifyrs.. St. Ell. Hos. Edward W McDonald, 39 yrs.. U. S. Navy Yard. Louise R. Harris, 22 yrav 70rVarnum st. nw. Virginia F. Ball, 79 yrs.. Ill 1st st. ne. Georjjo E. Falrall, 62 yrs.. 136 6th st. ne. Infant or Irvln and Eleanor Cog-gins, 4 dys Homeopathic Hos. Carollne Webster, 85 yrt.. Wash. Asy. Hos. Sarah Robinson. S3 Yrs.. 1925 9th st. nw. Eliza Stewart, 56 yrs.. 1006 Casey's ct. w. Joshua Buckner, 68 yrs., Freedmen's Hos. James E. Jackson, 63 yrs., 2380 Champlaln avc nw. EVERYTHING READY BANKING FEAST Everything 4s ready' for the fif teenth, annual banquet of the Wash ington Chapter, American Institute of Banking, which will be held at the New Willard Saturday evening. The program was announced today by E. J. McQuade, president of the chapter, and indicates that the affair will be the best in the history of local banking circles. Provision has been made for 250 persons, who include prominent local men and representatives from the banks of nearly all the large cities in .the East. A vaudeville entertain ment by professional and amateur talent, and a dance will follow the dinner. Frank J. Hogan will act as toast master. J. Harry Covington, former chief justice of the District Supreme Court, and the Rev. Dr. James L. Gordon, pastor of-the First Congre gational Church, will be he speakers. The Rev. Abram Simon, pastor of the Washington Hebrew Congregation, will, deliver the invocation. Maurice D. Rosenberg, prominent attorney, ,and Arthur E. Seymour, secretary of the Chamber of Commerce, will be guests of the chapter. Out of town .guests include Austin W. Davis, CarTH. Chaffee, Mr. arid Mrs. Norman T. Hayes, W. A. Nickert and Miss Mary Beisser. of Philadel phia; John A. Graham and Adrian J. Grape, of Baltimore; W. A. Roper, of Richmond; Mr. and Mrs. Gardner B. Perry, of Albany; George E. Allen, H. R. Kinsey and J. B. Birmingham, of New York. Victor B. Deyber is chairman of thet banquet committee, E. J. ilc Quade, -president, and C I Gable, secretary, of the local chapter are supervising arrangements. Music for the dancing will be furnished by the Cosmos orchestra. Washington banks led all financial institutions in the Fifth Federal Re serve District in subscriptions to the eight issues of Treasury certificates sold in anticipation, of the Victory Liberty Loan, according to a state ment of the war loan organization in Richmond. Dr. W. L. Robins has been elected vice president of the Liberty Savings Bank to succeed Merritt O. Chance, resigned. Mr. Chance remains as a member of the bojtrd of trustees. Other officers elected for the ensu ing year are: Grant W. Taylor, vice president; E. J. McQuade, treasurer, and James B. Skinner, assist treasurer. Coming Soon to 20 FREE WALL ST. MARKET NEW YORK, April 10. There' was a little irregularityin the stock mar ket at the opening today, and 'some of the issues which have been active for a long time sustained moderate. recessions, while others moved up to J new high' levels. PIcrce-Arrow attracted attention,' because of the .appearance of buying orders on a'-larre, scale from import ant banking, interests, making that stock open up ", at 48, a new high record for thh year. American International .opened up , and after making a .further -gain 'to 80, dropped to 88, Marine prefer red yielded , to 111. Atlantic Gulf was strong, advancing pver 1 point to above 124. Industrial Alcobol opened 1 up, at 159, and dropped to -157 on' moderate selling, later rallying to 108U. .$ Th'e steel Industrials were in g8od demand, Baldwin ' Locomotive ,ad-A vancing ft. io U2.- ana netnienem Steel "B" s. to 72. Pressed Steel Car opened up , to 72. Chandler Motors .contlnued-to advance, making a gain of 1. o 139. There was. pronounced strength in the motor group af I 'through the' fore-J noon, with tBfi.most interest attached to the persistent buying of Chandler Motors, which rose over twelve points lO a ne ui6i citu ui juu. -..i-ti Arrow was aiso in aemana oy siconp' interests. All'the motor issues were Active and strong, with, advances'of irom one iuuiuu.u . A"y stocks were active. but without much -i - tmc.i' aiVaI She oil rhanre in prices; ' Industrial. Alcohol. after moving up 1 to 158. reached to-157. Atlantic Gulfsfind, AVcf In m was strong, advancing nearly three points to 125$,. while America Inter, alter selling down, xo &, rose to 89, and Marino-fcfeferredral-lied from 111 to 113 - , ' The Steel issues showed a better tone, SteeLi'cbmmon movingup nearly one polpt'to 99. ' ' yesterday " li30 Low. t Jt.31. Cloi HiEh. 35JS Adv Rumley.... Advance Rum Pf 763 AJax Rubber. . . . 33 Allls-Chalmers.. 343i':333 34 69ftGSS 66?s 77J577 77 S8ft37 58 91 -91 .91 3 3X . 3? Allis-Chal pfd.. 3J4 Alaska G-M ... 1095g Am Agri Cbem 109ft 09ftl09Ji 7& Am. Beet ugar. 79 .78ft 78ft J li33 Am Sumatra Too 1135b" H3ft 113ft 51ft American Can... 51ft SI 5lft 93 AmCar&Fdy-.. 94 93ft 93K 49U Am Cotton Oil.. 49ft 49 49 22 tf Am Bide A Lea. 22H 21 Ji 2lft 100ft A H & t. pf.... 100X ICOft 1C0'4 49 Amdr.Llnseed.'i. 93kt 49 .495 89ft AmerLinBeedpfc 90 90 SO 67 Am Locomotive. . 67 66ft 66ft 71& Amer Smdtfng:. 7lft 71 M 711C Am Steef Pdry.. 82X 82 82ft 130 American Sugar. 129ft 128 129ft 105 Am Tel & Tel. . 10556 105 105 207ft Amer Tobacco.. 203 207K 207ft 57 American Wopl. 58 57ft 58 Am WrPape'rTf.42 41ft 44ft Amer Zinc pfU 45 45. 625 Anaconda , . 4 f 62ft 62 80?i Associate OU.. 81ft 803 9256 Atchison - 929b 925s 42J 45 62X Atchison -pf .. 86ft 86ft 86ft 122ft All, Gulf &WL 128ft 123 123ft Batoptias Jan.... 1 92ft Baldwinoco;... 92ft 48ft Balto JHgEfUKg -49 Batopllas Mh 1ft 1ft 1ft- 92ft 91ft 92 ASH 48ft -S?i 133 Barrett Co.... .133 1AJ 1J 72X Beth. Steel B....... 73ft 72ft 73Ji Booth Fisheries. 20 19ft 20 22 Brooklyn Rpd T 23ft 23ft 23ft 163ft Burns Bros 1643' 163K 1633S 22 Butte & Superior 2lft 2l5i 215i 25ft California Petrol 26ft, 26ft . 5ft 79ft Central Leather.-78ft 77 77ft 137ft Chandler M 152 -137ft 144 58ft Chesa & Ohio... 59 585i 856 233t Chile Copper... &A -23 g3ft unicago ut w.. Chi.MU.'&SLP.. C C & St L pf.. Ch, Mil &SP pf. 24ft C. R I & Pac Ry. 37ft Chlno Con Cop.. Cluett Pcabody. 44 Col Fuel & Iron 453g Col Gas & Elec. 7ft 7ft . 7 38ft 38ft 385b 65 64ft 65 70ft 69K 69ft 26!: 24 24ft 37 37 37 63 63 63' 43 43 43 46 45ft 45ft MULE From Death Valley, California See the Parade! See Borax Bill Turn Corner! Mammoth Unduplicated Cavalcade! See the Alkali Dust Fly! A Breath from the Historic Far West! The. Greatest and Last of Its Kind! Examine the Tremendous 8,000-lh. Wagon! l 39 P.M. 96 f High Low, 93 Cbnsol Gas.. .... 96 27J Corn Products.. 107 Corn Prod pf. .. 67 Crucible Steei... 26J Cuba C Sugar... 77 Cuba C S pfd... Dome Mines.... Erie 28Eflo 1st pfd Erie -2d pf PM& S pfd Fisher Body ... 302 Gaston Wms . . Gen Electric. . I r60 Gen'. Cigar Co.. 58fc 57 58X 1047s 104K 10iJi &X 67 67J 2S 767a 12 16K 27li 18 33 57 31 2SI8 76JS 12'4 16!i 27K 18 -37 54 26 76 2'4 16!4 27 ! 13 33 55 30 J. 159 59 179U 91 ,20 159? 159 59 9 179 General Motors. 179 178 912S Sen 'Motors' pf:. 9i 91 67K Goodrich BF 8-s 67 67X 915 Great Nor. pf... 92j 92 92X 42X Great Nor. Ore... 42 40 40 44Je" -Green C C '. 44 438 51 Gulf State steel 52Jj .5214 50ft Hask' Barker. 5050 'Illinois Central.' S9K 93 52ft 50 99X 21ft 75 52 19ft Inter Agricul... ' Int. Agri. pf...". 513 insplra Cop.T.. "27J" Inter Uickel. . . . 46 Internat Pap... ' 4 ja 'inter. Consol... 42JJtwel Tea..v.. 21X 20 76ft 74 52 Sl 27 46J 4ft 46. 2SX 26ft 46. 46 4ft 4ft 43. 43 ieiiy-pg. Aire 123 125 124 X ,t' ft Kennecott ....... 325, . -32ft 32X L4cka Steel. ... 71 ;oja 71 25 e&R &tyie.,.. 28ft 27 28ft '"' Ix)ose-WHles' pfd iQ3 '10? 108 EKrjenrgK Valley:.. EU 5414 54U - 0'i' iej, ?. J--0A ,"?' i V Marine com .. 9flU 9R 7ftV 112ft Marine pfd ', H4 ill3f 113 39,- Maxwell MO.... Oft 39X A0X eeftlaxwejl lstpf.. 68 66ft 67ft 32 Maxwell '2d pf.. 32ft 31ft 3lft 77'MvDeptJStore. 76ft 76ft 76ft 185ft Mexlcatt,Petrol. . i852i 184ft 185ft 46 Midvale steel. 23 Missouri' ac. , 18 Nat CiC.... j7ft NatEn &Stmp, 71ft National Lead r Nev.,Con Zop. 46ft 24 18ft 57ft 71?i 46 23ft 18 57 71ft 16 74?. 29 105 46ft 4 18ft 57. 71ft 165 74X 29X 106' 9 40 8 10 53ft 83tb 147 44ft 16,5b jfa N Y Central.. v -74ft 29 KYllHtll...., 29ft Nojfolk &.west.. 10b g4 Northcn Pacific ,33j Ohio Gas. . . 1 .. . gjij Ontario Sliver. 9ft OkPr&Rf Co.', SiH 'Owens Bbl Ma. 94ft 93ft "41 S9ft 8 6 10 9 53ft .2 '64-.83ft fti'Pan-Am Petrol, Pah-Am. Pet pf. 14.7 6 44ft'Penna R?R..l.4. 44 Ji 44ft 60 Pe6plesGas,C..w.50' 50 " J-Phlia Coal.-.V. 36 - 35 , Pittsburgh Soal.';fa&4&S io Plerce-Arrow' .. 51ft.. 4BX 50 35 49 50 v Press 'Steel Car. 7272ft 72ft 1215b1 oilman Pal car. 121" 12 121 2l2 Ray Con Cop.. ZVtf 21 21 81 Ry Steel Sprgs.. 853S. 81 8lft 82ft-Rep'l Steel... 835s 22 B3 5J4 Reading -..- 85ft -83 85 95 Royal Dutch. .,.. 55 S3ftv,9D 7j$ Baxon-jaoir (, i3 Shattuck.A .. 455 Sinclair Oil.... 53- Sloss SS & I.-.. r8 JX 7 12 12" 12 47 45 446 53" 53 53 104ft Sbuthern Pac... 105ft 104 105ft 28 Southern Rwy. .. 28ft 128 28 679a "Studebaker 69 67ft .675a 54 Stuts Mor....', 58ft 659b"' 58!a 215ft Texas Co 216ft 214ft 215 '32ft.T.exasfcPacific... 32ft- 32X 32ft 51 Tobacco Prod... 92 9156 91ft 43 United Al'Sfecl.. 43ft 43ft "43ft 130ft Union Pacifld."... 130ft 13d 130 67 Union Pac pf! 67ft 665tf 6754 135X United Cigar.St.. 135X 335ft-135 United Drug 118 llfeft il6ft 37 UnRealtylmp.. 37 37- 37 United Fruit.... 173 173 l7iX 22ft USCIP&F.... 22 22ft 1R7 USIndAI 159ft 157 22ft 157ft 88ft U S Rubber 88ft '87 88ft IHJ, US Rubber lpf.. Hlft 111 111 50 USSmelt&Rfg... 50 49ft 49ft 98ftUSSteel 99ft 98 99 USSteelpf 116ft 116ft H6ft 76ft Utah Copper 75 75H 75 16ft Utah Securities.. 16ft 16ft 16ft 61ft Va-CarChem.... 6lft 61 61X Yesterday Close. THE CELEBRATED THE LOCAL MARKET Capital Traction stock sales fea tured the trading. w.hlch wa3 light. at tn esession of the Washington mock Exchange today. Five sharesH 01 me railway stock at 86, and fifty eight shares went across at S5&, totaling sixty-three shares.- Two $1,000 Potomac Eloctric gen oral 6's were exchanged at 98, One $1,000 American Graphone first 6 was traded at 96. Three-tenths of a share of Colum bia Grapheme common sold at 242. There was no trading after call. XqcalTbono market v PJJBLIC UTILITY BONDS. Bid. Asked. Am. Tel. & Tel. 4's' Am. Tel. & Tel. 4's.. A. T. & T. Ctl. Tr. 5's.. A. T. & T. Con. 6's C & P. Tel. 5'a Cap. Tr,action R. R. 5's.. City & Suburban Metrop. R. R. 5' Potomac Elec. Lt 5's.... SVA 8415 88 90 Vj 90 97 97 05 97 89 91 91 ' 97 88 93 Pot. VAff fnnt, K 93. Potomac, Elec.. Pow'fi'V. Pat. Elpf!, Pnur n. AT A'n l 09. 9S 97 70 94 98 98 Washington Gas 5's...,." Wash. Ry. & Elec. 4's. 96 Wash. Ry. Elec.'G-M 6's. ... MISCELANEOJJS BONDS.. Am. Graphone 1st G's 97 D. C. Paper Mfg. 6's Lanston Script 6's RIggs Realty 5's (long) . Riggs Real. 5's' (short).. Sec. Stge. & Safe Dep.jTs Wash Marke 6' (1027) Wash. Mar. 5's (1047) . . . W. M." Cold Storage 5's. 100 09 .100 07 05 ., ;f 101 95' ... 05 94 PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS Amer. Tel. & Tel 104 Capital Traction S5 Washington "Gas 01 N. & W. Steamb9at 189 Wash. Ry. & Elec. com, . .'. Wash. Ry. & Elec. nfd. fiO 88 52 200 50 63 NATIONAL BANK STOCKS. Amer. Nat. Bank. 155 165 224 225 185 260 200 Capital Nat, Bank Columbia Nat Bank 195 Commercial Nat, Bank. . 180 District Nat. Bank 164 Far. & Mech. Nat. Bank. 240 Federal Nat. Bank 175 Lincoln Nat. Bank .160 2Jat Metrop. Bank 205 Riggs Nat Bank.S 455 Second Nat. Bank 140 Washington ... -200 230 TRUST" COMPANY STOCKS. Amer. Sec. & Trust... 235 asn Continental Trust 113 117 National Sav. & Trust.. 260 Union Trust 121 Wash. Loan & Trust.... 240 t25fr SAVINGS BANK STOCKS. Commerce and Sav.... 12 East Wash. Sav. Bank:. 12 Liberty Savings........ 120 Merchants' Bank"..-..,. 130" ... Sec. Sav. and Com. Bk.. 00 ... Sev. St. Sav. Bank 140 FIRE INSURANCE STGOKS. Arlington Fire Ins 7 8 Corcoran Fire Ins 100 Firemen's Fire Ins 19 ... Ger. Amer. Fire Ins.... 220 Nat. Union Fire Ins... .5 .. TITLE INSURANCE STOCKS Columbia Title Ins,.... 4 - 5 R,eal Estate Title Ins'-.. 72 77 MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS.- - Grapho. com 243. 246 Grapho. pfd 94 95 Chapin Sacks 145 D. C. Paper Mfg Co 90 Mer. Trans. & Stor 100 Mergen thaler Linotype. . 135 Lanston Monotype ..... 65 110 66 Security Storage 185" Sec Stge. &. Safo .Dcp.i 110 Washington Market 16 Old Dutch, com 4 Old Dutch, pfd 10 6 12 BALTIMORE GRAIN MARKET. BALTIMORE, April 10. Wheat Active demand; firm. No. 2 red win ter, $2.48 bid; No. 2 red winter, gar licky, $2.45 bid. Receipts. 51.290 bushels; shipments, 110,611 bushels. Corn Easier. No. 3 yellow do- mestlc, $1.G91.70. Receipts. 12,913 bushels; shipments, 629 bushels. tic. 74c. Receipts, 5.598 bushels; shipments, '5".147 bushels. Rye-Unsc.ttled; easier. No. 2 West ern export, spot, $1.78. Receipts. 123. 218 ushels; shipments, 122,728 bushels. , Hay Scarqe and firmer; $1 to $2 per ton Higher. . Flour--la. fair demand; firm. BORAX . TODAY'S SALES. 'Pdtomac "Electric General O's, $1,000 698, $1.000698. " American Graphaphono 1st G's, ?1.0009C&. . , Capital Traction. ,088..1085vs. 10 85, 10S5, 10S85!v 8685. lO 85. Columbia Graphaphdnc common, 3-206212. Today's Market Hints Prepared by the Bureau of Markets, U. P. Department of Agriculture. ABUNDANT White potatoes, tufnlpa, lem ons, kale. t. ' ' NOBMAL Yams, parsnips, onions, orange., Brapciruu, uauiuu, luuiawgiv . SCARCE Cabbage, sweet notatoes. pep pers.' local letttfqe. radiance, -cucumbers. strawberries,, apples, asparagus., celery, spinach. MEAT HIGH USE FISH. Fair price to consumer Produce, Grade. Etc. today. VEGETABLES. CABBAGE Fla., medium, lb...... CAULIFLOWER Best, head. .... KALE Local, best, pkC LEXTJDCE Cal.. med, 4 large.hd. Do., local med., head...... ONIONS Yellow, best. U pki.... Do., spring, bunched. 3 bunches. POTATOES Nc. 1 Western, pk...' Do., Nd1 local, pk.. Do., best aweet No. 1. U. Die 13-17c S0-33o 13-SOc lS-ISc 18-23c 10c S5-43e SS-SSc Do., yams. No. 1, U Pk.S 25-S0e SPINACH Local, pk . S-Oc TOMATOES Fhu, lb ......' 16-S5c FBcrrs. APPLES First Grades. Albemarle Pippins Best, iipk.. 35-J0c Ben Davis Best. U pk........ 23-2c GBAPEFBUIT (64 and 80 size). 9-14c LEMONS Best C60 and 412 size). ORAVRFfi Fla.. med 17S and 218 size), doz .Jr U3-eS- Do., Cal., med. (175 and 200 size), dos. ............i....... 45-COc BANANAS Dozen S3-45c FISH. BUCK SHAD Fresh. J b 15-23c BOE SHAD Fresh, lb 20-30c UEBS1NG Fresh, lb 5-9o CROAKEBS Fresh, lb 7-10e WHITE PEKCH Large, fresh, lb. S0-30c Do., med.. fresh, lb I5-23e SPANISH MACKEREL Fresh. lb.. S9-SSe SMETONAS HEADS LITHUANIA. Antanas Smetonas, formerly presi dent ofthe- state council, has been elected, president of the Lithuanian Republic, according to a cablegram from the legation at Berne, received by the Lithuanian executive commit tee. DIVIDEND NOTICES CITIES SERVICE COMPANY bankers' shares ' -, ftonthly Distribution Henry li Doherty & Company announce that the monthly distribution on Cities Service Company Bankers' Shares, payable May lst.,1919, to Bankers' Shares of record April 15th. 1919, will be 41.1 cents on each Bankers Shar. FINANCIAL LIBERTY BONDS AND PARTIAL PAYMENT CARDS CASHED ON THE BASIS OF NEW YORK MARKET QUOTATIONS, T. R. J. CAMPBELL & CO Investment Securities '-"- Suite 75, 1415 G Street Northwest , Evans Arcade Entrance ". " ' Telephones Main 8458 mrl 8459 7 Washi Mlti. WILS6N HOLDS RECEPTION. PARIS, April 10. Mrs. Wilson en tertajned at-tt Jatilan "WhIte4c-it0JOTMvl8 iM House" yesterday afternoon.- Her secretary. Miss Benham. assisted In receiving-the callers. afternoon.. IMPORTANT CHANGES TRAIN SERVICE NEW YORK VIA BALTIMORE & OHIO R.R. EFFECTIVE SUNDAY, APRIL IS Tntiiyi will leave Union Station as follows: Lv. Washington A'r. New Torlc 12.2S-am 6:51 am 7:45 arn, l;is pm .3:25 am 2:52 pm 1:05 pm Alt Parlor 6:15 pm 1:10 pm Coach Train 6:43 pm 3:00 pm 8:26 pm - 6:00 pm 10:30 pm The i-NATIONAL LIMITED" earing Washington 1;05 pm will carry Parlor and Dining Cars only. The'' Coach Train to New York tearing 1:10 pm will carry Parlor. Car to Phila delphia. Additional changes will also be made In local trains between Washington and Baltimore. Consult Ticket Agents. T Comfortable Surroundings add jrreatly to your en joyment of anythlnjr es pecially a Bath, and you will And Riggs Baths fully equipped to, . satisfy -We haveiaparcdrnc expanse in provJdmsr for your Comfort. From the moment y5u.7 enter you -wifr be In, tnVppeVt care of men whoke'lqfur ex perience "h&sr taught tiiera the proper way of adminis tering a Turkish Bath. Tour are assured of: perfect san itation as every appliance used and every nook: and corner of the administration rooms are sterilized with live steam daily. -. , RiggsBjathJnc. -ObposICe V.' 5. TreasTary, 15th and G Streets (Trrenty-foar. Hoar Service) FINANCIAL C9 ' il sBBaBHBHBHBBsl 1 TEAM1 SILLY. BUBHNELLv HL, April X.? . Her I nigr-Jir xtitr trarir WtBTTseOH. "X W- ways, plant Javtha groxUH deolJcs a correspoadnf. ', . -k FlMNGiAL ITie Safest Investmei are those that do not flacta&ia dssteM tar bed x conditions" of the mosey or mSK markets.. First deed o&.twt aetcsr tmHf mortraiaaj, weir secarea oa reai.e tlia District of CslsaMa.'ttelatKafft dse laTeaOaeata. aad taey do met ipead apon taa naasciai rescoBimim tndiviaaais or cerporauoBa xr ninii W'Str- wecaa rsvvir.recAtarmimm amounts-from, jsao apward. Sel for lei. -vBCCTnmg Mass taa sar 5WARTZELL, RHEEH St HENSEY CO, ': 7S7 ISth 8U1S.-W. . ... . .. r EQUITABLI CO-OPERATWE BDlLDtfC ASSOOHHHI Assets, $3,665i074 Greaietx Accompfiinn ThrongK Systematic Sa Unless yotr have, a set little will be accomplished saving. Join the Equitable save systematically. Sabscrlstieas tar ti 76th IssnVof Stock Betas Beeelved Shares, $2.50 Per Month.. , 4 Per Cent Interest EQUITABLE BUILDING 915PStNaW. : JOHN JOY EDSOJV, Prcaldest7 FRARK P". REESIDE; Secretary . ... i. ..... . . , ?& - j - v . w. li.:i r Full- i Analyzed 3 I . - Report l m Z't Ik U..S.Srf.e3X(3ai I I Studebaker 1 I Marine Prefcrrd 1 I Industrial Alcohol : 1 It M I Wrjte to Us for Nkrket I In tfH a I nllii7iiniI A'fl v 1421 G Afreet NortInvW! I Correxpoadea -to J I F. G. Roberts- & Gon Jm HI m w sB B Member ofJ8ewATrf. Coaa m U elated SteclBy Exrsjaitgg. Jm n Fhoae Hal1849, V ' '-.4 i m St " F -- Hear j Tarantula j Pete r! Lecture J jpj, t IXi. WASHZNOTOK. D. C J- -