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The F ederatioe o eur, or a ieleridus strike rues'the strike would 1 to obey mahdates of the tra The federation. has a me railroads they must carry e r request for t e 'vote "Arbitrary actiog.o some acing wages will undoubtedly 1 stlre tre portation system Into givolution. 'eTRNOLT MYM ATTACKS. **We strongly resent and voice our tites to the attapks -betg made tzrethe railroad labor unions fer, bhe purpose of instituting un-Amer 4Men oondltions of starving wage est twelve-hour days, abolishing lpynast for overtime and istalling geseUoes which were current a few e peg our full' 'conomic forco W pro&* our present standards. Uvery '4ort has been expended by sur orghausation to prevent sporadic alketts and stries." Support w" also pledged to Frank P. Walme. gperal counasl of the sillreadvsions. and the union execu -OLehigh Valley ailroad employee ,/wll submit a proposal to the comr Vany refusing the general wage re Estioen by the railroad. In making this statement. E. L. Enke. chair maa* of the Lebigh Valley Railway psterm Divistb of the United Motherhood of Maintenance of Way fployo. said the osn Would abso 3ately refuse to accept the proposed M per cent wage reductibn. * I Z ACTIO L B D. L. AND W. Wo-., - me also .aid that simllar action 1 Po Lear_ wem lsle to know ho eum, whae to buy nd nn . Td M - If M -fed am p q W Ik wih medOw .d the 'out ed-i* ediaM& Wepry% mlymV SECURrrY& M PLUNKETT, RC Member. C.oneeideod ANNE the opening o 821 FifteentI Wasbhg - M.P. DRI iZ~s oflee ion our dirue Oty; esonpletely wlnpped ad overy facility (or the news of the amarbeteand Steeks and Bouds et the ' Yrer esinntdes Ne.w York, Pidadelphia, N4 es mye at. 1241 Walnut It. rEx v*wd04 F rotherho ofRawy b frAept of th b*11ot for mI lte, Om The" e e -, jf the ri decline ra act of 1920, . 0103f'85, omo They warned the letter-and spirit of the act. also said1 of the railroad ofO in' rq ,e the spark which 1wK set the a fame of chaos and fndfstriki IDG 0 410E1 C. Ca C,* pEI 11 chi Ry Dele . . would be taken by D. L. and W. em ploys and also thes of thA Central Railroad of Now J r. He a4ded: It is expected that the gejneral ation--' of te 2tten's 00* mtitt.. ees 048 g accept tuese wage reduetions *n1 be follow$& by further proposals in an egort to reach a genieral. Vgeme iouMd the n e eng actual 1y to out on a strike, they twill bI rupported by the mtembers 9C thle Masters. Mates and Pu1 ta Uneio. a cording to William A. Maher, bsi ness manager of-the snlon. H*.says the strike appears to be unavoidable. Rbould the engineers go out on Aprit I the maoters., mates pilots wil. stand with them, be -ays. CArA'W OVWEK REMIGEU, Capt. James F, Oyster. Vho has lee qualifed as one of the District Ce. missioners. resigned today 'ax local director for the Federal Rederve !a Its Basier. xn Stmagers fimi & Thw R I nc' a mk se .maber4ad t hnd a. wih the ase 4f th i at about aking quuidsis 0%ka.l am in $w a ..."u.arn,. 50N - SrPfNmee BBRSON & CO.' tok eknge of Na Y. WUNC E f their office at i Street N. W. ton,.D. C. MaIn sle t ivhats wiro to New York with stock qutati'on ticiger in ad tralder; latest dlata on aRl Oited. .....h' It 2. Wa.h..... 'n e. Secretary- Hoover ha. laid plans for an eabustive study trade routes on whiek Ametia god movat t0ere"g PUietA It will be carred estby A com td he will- abpoint, li laid oy aW the e"e4t will W avaUil e.trategy for sbipping - o wto4s. The study saip l rall *1a termin"l faellities, ports, - ab 1d harbors, both Government coi trolled and private' steamhip fines. and the application of the proterential rate.,section of tWo dSegobant marine act. Whitle American busines was brisk, 'fr. Hoover said6 details of nreepstruction were left to be wokke4 out when the need are@5 and so far recongtr on has been without' the ap cation of a constrdctive plan. Study of American trade routes,' he added, would, thiow consider able light' upon reconstruction needs. Bank of 11chm d. While th Federal Reserve act does pot necessprily call for the appoint meat of the new director from this city. it has been customary in the paW to 41 vaoancies tro&3he Slate of the retiring director, anwlth-this idea in mind. a special meeting of a District of Colushbia BankerA stationhas been called to meet at the Wadinigton Stock Exchange at 12:30 'clock 4 Thursday. William F. Gude, formes, presideit of the Washington Chamber of Coba merce And a $Iroctor of the National Metropolitan- Bank, has ben proali neatly mentiqned Ser the succession. NALuTIoUn WAS' aUNUWUDJ - NOPES. A quiet movement is on foot, lid by Baltisre bAnkers, to have the Federal Reserve Bank of the Fifth district transferred from Richmond. Va14 to Baltimore. This Is s revval of the former agitation to have Balti more made a Federal reserts center when the re ser-V system was being organised and the regional banks *14 out. Ricbmohd, ,Va., the home X John Skelton Williama then Cpmptroller of the Currency, was made the loca tion of the Fifth Federal Reserve Bank in spite of the protestations of bankers and business men of Balti more, who maintained that that city was the natural financial center of that distridt. AKERICAN SECURITY DVIDEND. The regular quarterly dividend of the American Security and Trust Company has Just been declared by the directors of that institution. It will be payable on April I to stock holders of record on March 31. MU. DAVIS NETURWB. President -Floyd E. Davis. of th'o AEacola National Bank, has returned to his desk after a business trip to New York. P EDEB' GSVAGM IS NACM. President Francis U. Savage of the Nofthwest Savings Bank, who has been spending ten days at the Marl borough-Blenheim, at Atlantic City. N. J., has, returned to the city. ADUITTED .O RESERVE STNTEM. Banks admitted te the Federal re serve system week ended Marh I are as follows: Reliance Trust Com Vany, Cleveland, capital, $200.000; Bank of Bowman. Bowman, Ga., $35,000; Southern Exchange Bank. Dublin. Ga, 1100.00; Badl of States boro, stateeb.Io, Ge.. $75.000; Bank of Toccoa. T Ga.. $60.000; Ihlen Btate Bank., Ihlen. Man., $25.000; ISank of Philip, Philip. B. P., $40,000; City Guaranty State Weak, ChUdress. Tex., $100,000; Xebterey County Bank. Salnas Cal., $175,300. EQ U I TA BL E CO-OPATME MU) UC ASSOcIAUON orw..i.. anr 41st ,YAR COkEPLETED A-.S .....4,272,062l Surl.. .... $16,22.sn5e -mke the best Of Your qOppor tuni.ty to save. Join the qui table and save systematiealIY each pay day. 5.beestie. for the". Ueing Deeeivedi Sha., $2.50 PJL.UUEngs 4 Na Ceut Interest' , EQUITABLE BUILDING, 915 F St N., W., -5031 or0 UDSON, Preeuent i UAN P.REBEDE, Se.. Railroads Headed? Wih the troubles'of he counir's roads' apparently multiplying frowi day "to day, and the ,outlook for railroad securiti' appears lng more gloom l, the an swer to the above question is of extreme importance. Therefore, we have cop piled a circular covering the entire situation, having en deavored to outline what the future holds forth for rail road security holders, and this circular will be sent free to anyone upon request. Ask 1., wT-e2 8- Svree St, New Yesk -ie l..a NEW YORK ST( 42219 emane. ZM *m 34 Pn A..chm.aOM& e 43W 4M3 4 pa.--- ---0 1. 4 . 0 *j% Am.as3m M e Am s.'..'C... 43 -3lle AS& sMoking... 3W Am. Leel.,.... WK aM' 1 as, BsatraTeb .a "m em4% Am. S M NM AA, Tobmee.... US 2S US IX mAsumets...p.. ~34 6614 P1 Ama.me se..... la sa 361 16 A1s. TO U... 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".. , 6% 11 a.m. 1 see 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 392.669 ietbOeB IWAXMING BT. T;adner who have been watching the pails closely believe that only a few preliJnary skirmishes have as yet TakeW' place is the fight to reduce expense and return to a pro-war ba l-.& They point out thijt the final move will be tor a change in the agree ments with the Four Big Brother bood MUIEMEG UXCRANGU" TO BE TOPIC. Pereigh Exchange" will be the topic of an vddress which H. H. Me Keoo jr., of the Riggs National Bank. will deliver before the elementary clis of Washington Chapter. Ameri can Intitute e Banking, this even Inc., The Road That Leads To Fil!ancial Is ju wha yu sake it YOU Ca make ft a never ed kg "e by a mtn st dtscally. You ca make kt a long and Wseiesee if your moneyean nyavenge iness -css Yes a ae s s plaesaar, ~ ad aseemezed by ound.. liaed M-. payig tek onthe -Weidb fee Isteaaely Interest lag133 beklt,..4 so Droad St. New~rk The Situatton * Regarding Railroads S We have affUly prepardan aalyai of the puset and. hu i medat mawhe inuture of the is eabch ghould prowe of in Caie aaed free spe. eq. Ta U cse t~fld1QL8.9.98.h Tinm will be te is and beNa". ases nesee, or of WrItero Ns V. O~ 0,--ill' you pleaso bt me know wbfht you think of the stake eo en Paud. msn. aw yes' a ,'eeut~ misting 24 eld biet oe U1111, dmU/ut Are permanent boeds available? Aawes-We -be leve these' bond# offer a very attr ive investmentOt' portuaity. ey may be obtained in anG $1, denominations. Only e ted) porarw bankers receipts are obtain able agow. These certificates carry the July 1 fMeresat payment. After that per oment bonds will be ready. CNTINMETAL GUARATYr com3IonATsff. U. KI-Kindly inform me if you cosl'ider the ostiateral tret ead 30tes effeedI by the costmennta GCummnty Corportale of ewsTYeek. gSid Iavestment. Please give me 0a line on the company's business Answew- * Cone~notal Guaram y f..esrperstion during the last live years Has financed the sale of very near $200,000,000 worth of motor ve hicles. The company is a banking institu tes and under the bankag iaws of the State of New York. Its collateral trust gold notes are secured by de iesit with a trustee of indorsed trade acceptances and notes. - These notes are issued only up to 9% per cent of tho collateral deposited with the trustee. -The notes mature in from three to tweliy months and are self-liquidating. ' The company has sold to banies and trust oompaniea. more than $100,000. 000 of its oblig ons. The report as of September 30, 1920, shows its cap ital, surplus and undivided proets to tailed $3.311,061, with total assets, $17.Ul7.547. The notes are issued En denomina tions of $1.000, 2,00, $5,000 and 10. 000. and yield from' * per cent to 9.80 per cent, acerding to the length of maturity. For short-term investments they are considgred sound and attractive. ROAWI'D ONCE, AFRAID NOW. A. M.-I have about $3.00 to in vest and have been advised by my broker to buy some of the following dividend-paying stocks: sflolineme, Dome Suan-. Meelntyre. Nivipiing. Meeta and White OIL What Is your advice as toeuying these stocks? Would. you suggest others in place of them? I got roasted once on lmsses Mining. 1E1011 MZUMUV2 MATIOS, MtOOS of total reserves to net -de posit and Federal Reserve note liabil Ities combined, for the twelve FeoGral Reserve banks and theMtire gom as of March 15, empared with -be previous week and a year ago, follow: Mar. Mar. Mar. 16.21 11. '21 19, 20 Boston ......... 61.6 61.3 52.2 New York ..45. . 41.8 38.7 Philadelphia ... 54.5 57.0 40.6 Cleveland .. 71.1 60.3 51.3 Richmond .. 46.2 50.0 4d6 Atlanta ........ 41.7 45.3 47.5 Chicago ....... 47.J 50.7 43.9. St. Louis .t .... 53.2 56.6 39.9 Minneapolis ... 40.4 50.4 50.9 Kansas City ... 43.2 48.9 44.3 Dallas ......... 7.6 39.. 44.7, San Francisco . 55.7 54.1 45.0 Total ........ 51.0 50.9 43.5 Harriran&Co. MEMBERS: New York Stock Exchange .111 Breadway, New Yrk W8 1gton Office cOLORADO BUI.DINC Telephene Main 1608 G. B. CHIPMAN Insur'Od nvest0ntn-2 No ship ownecr would send his vessel out to set un protected by marine insurane, Ships at sea face many -. disasteea--olisulon. fire, mutiny accidents to nmachln ery. etc. 1 a man thus guards against loss at sea, will be rot be justified in investing in securitIes well protected by land? In our fifty-two y~hru of byasl ness not a single investor Ia o'ur Ftrst Mortgage Notes hac lost anything on notes purchased through us. Their "ships came home" safely. swarrZFL., RHEEM & HENSEY CO., 727 FV.Ietb St. N. W. WASHINGTON, D. .C. The Notien's Roe T.on. Issued for Year inflanmetib Inwsion's Ponys Manual m7 Ps ..ud ase noSk mI a .. wr.....4 .rs il tek a Nis. C. cesa ses/--- aese s~eid aua mendeat. Will It be advisble to sell t stocks ot a loss er hold them? Absmworv-f yot really want to invest Yer, SUN.80 not gamble, you wouid be comumitting a grevious foly, In our opinion. to buy any of tlese stock as they have practicaly so av'estpont 'uaHties. ,uI This Is no relleetion on the vain"p companes; They are among the best $1%s f i In their respeetvo classes, which, however, doesn't mwn "at sueh stocks are eafs things for a man 6s have mmosy invested in. White Oil is'not les speculative. We cannot mpt to ay that stocks, you aI t:4dy have in your poe- alm"Il session will 11ell higner or will el, lower. ut inasmuch as you -doubt team have sustained a heavy lose on them, we should think it might pay to dxtend the gamble a little while longer hoping for a turn in luck. If you would buy five saare -eagh ft.~at Nw*. Aseusea, yeseshenes elnams on Leesmetge pesae 12ed. A Itallway semmes. and Union peefsired, you would have a real lt- Fot-siwht Yeaits Withot vestment. You would not be "roasted" an Any Inv again. Buchanan was the 'only bachelor President of the United States. "Saveallyopcan" A -Old Proweb Statstics show t out S every 100 Men who pay tir awn way at the a'"e 25, 95 are dependent Upon ihat/'in whole or in part, at the as 66. only ive are totally A safe wky to be indepemdctI your old age is to put a*e a 4-. nite amount each week for invest meat. Our 7% First Mortgage Notes are a safe investment. They are se eumid by some of the "aet residn tial property in Wahilten ALLAN E. WALKER & CO, INC Reet REstate a" sesri e esek 813 15thftret N. W. Sther BSBig ICE BUSINESS BOOMS Have you idle funds which you can Inveot in Al divi dead-paying preferred and comman stpek? Then consider, if you will, the merits of the shAres of the Washington Ice Manufacturing Company. Until further notice unitaof e share of 8% Preferred and one share of Common stock (now paying 10% divir dead from earnings) of 00 Washington Ice Mam=fcting - Company, are seling a the attractive price of $2.50 a These shares are treasury shares of the Company and ar being sold to pay for the cost of constructiom f Plant N. 2 of the Waahlgto *Ice Manufactaxg Companly, which is located on Twenty-tiird Street Northwest, ,be tween M and N Street. The ofocers of the, Commanyeexpeet Plant No. 2 will be completed by Way 1. When cojpleted the -outt of manufactured ice will be about 200 tons daily, which 0lI nearly treble the earnings of the Company, thereby Cas ing a natural increase in the value of the Company's s res and also should in like. proportion iberease the vidends paid. SHARES WILL ADVANCE It is our belief, both the Common and Preferred shares of the Washington Ice Maufacturing Company will ad - Those who purchase now at $2.50 a unit will profit . accordingly. WHO ARE THE LOCAL MILLIONAIRES Engaged In, the ice business in Washingtoa? Met d2y child knows them by name. Hers is your 'chance to get an interest in the Ice manufacturing business and enjoy tprofts which the milionaires In the business Are en. Jying. Everybody urns' Ice, but orily a few rnake it. Such as essential daily neceseity buse.,e means that teoue who are in It have more or less of a monpoly. An ice shortage this summer Is a possibility for the nearby sections as well as the District. We believe the demand for Ice wisbe so pronounced that the profits of the ice business will legitimately be the greatest this year they have over been. Ice shares are good investament. Let us show you why. DON'T~ BE SATISFIED Unless you get'8% or more en your naoney. All the capi talists of America are demanding at least that for their capital. Never before has "money talks" meant so much as now. If you' have money and It Isn't arigyou at least 8% then you owe it to yourself to .vetlae the merits of the Washington Ice Manufacturing Copany shares as an lnvestment. If you will let'un take you out to *he plants and show I -you what the Company Is doing; hae you meet the. offieers of the Company and become aedmainted with thelk thorough way of conduejing their businems. we believe you wi be satised. We know what we are talking about when we recommnend you buy these shares. $50 buys 20 uriits . $500 buys 200 units $10o buys 40 units $750 buys 300 units , 200 buys 80 units $1,000 buys 400 units Eacht unit consists of ene share of 8% Preferred stash and one share Common *tek payIng 10% divIdends fta.a earnings. yuCall,.writ, or phone ud for any further informiatio 'yumay want and for appointment for us to meter you 1 othe plants that you may see Plant No. 1 in operatlsm and Plant No. 2 under 9onsttuction. In 'doing se you Incur no obligaticm. Invest ,$60 to '$t,00 New and Got the Neot DiviMe WOLBEIG & COMPANY, ha. * .hi 6673.4. Seite s54, as... 3g. Wm em .c.