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FIRMER TONE
- AT THE CLOSE
End oi the Downward Ten
dency Readied
COPPER STILL UNDER PRESSURE
Vandorbilts Also Reactionary in
tho Early Dealings Manhattan
Railway Strong Suddou Ad
vanco in General Electric
NEW YORK Nov 26 Stock market
movements today continued exceedingly
large and the influence upon the gen
eral list of the tendencies displayed by
Amalgamated Copper and the Vander
bllt stocks was again plainly displayed
The last named were somewhat reac
tionary presumably on account of the
disappointment of speculators that no
official announcement of the plans of
the controlling Interests in the property
was made public after todays routine
meetings of the directors of several of
the roads As a matter ot fact no well
informed persons had looked for any
official statements at this time but the
rise in these stocks has attracted a
large speculative following and this
class proceeded to liquidate forthwith
when It became known that no an
nouncements were forthcoming
Affected by the Strike
Pennsylvania which has been another
leader in the recent advance was also
reactionary the tendency of that stock
being in part owing to the outbreak of
a strike by the switchmen of the com
pany at Pittsburg
There were very heavy dealings in
Amalgamated Copper and the stock at
tained a fresh low record price
Trustworthy Information from Wash
ington respecting the alleged inquisi
torial attitude of the Department of
Justice toward the Amalgamated com
pany was again wanting but there are
good reasons for believing that no ac
tion whatever is contemplated
At the same time there was renewed
and heavy liquidation in the stock par
ticularly by houses with Boston connec
tions a circumstance which revived
yesterdays rumors respecting the em
barrassment of some heavy speculators
In the stock at that point
Hitlerite Over Copper
It goes without saying that the Wall
Street atmosphere is now surcharged
witli bitterness In respect of the general
market career of Amalgamated Copper
where It must be confessed the manip
ulation has overshadowed even that
conducted In Sugar Refining In its most
strenuous days In either instance
speculators have had to proceed entire
ly in the dark and have had no other
guide for action than that furnished by
the stock tape Itself and the tips which
Invariably accompany the moves In
similar stocks
The days general situation comprised
very easy monetary conditions a some
what nrmcr exchange market ana a
large number of highly gratifying re
turns of railway traffic for the third
week of the month The circumstances
were however overshadowed in the
speculation by the more technical con
sideratlons referred to
There was a material shrinkage in ac
tivity but Interest continued quite well
diversified Comparatively firm tea
tures of the railway list were Louisville
and Nashville Southern Railway and
the Wabash fchares St Paul and Union
Pacific again underwent inegular price
movements
Vnfon Tactile Weak
Union Pacific was rather persistently
weak while St Paul showed occasion
ally a disposition to advance although
as noted movements In the stock were
exceedingly uncertain Baltimore and
Ohio was particularly weak presuma
bly In connection with the proposed In
crease In the common stock
There were fairly animated dealings
In the local traction stocks and Man
hattan Railway showed pronounced
strength which was no more directly
accounted for than by the repetition of
last weeks rumors that dividends On a
rising scale were to be guaranteed on
the stock by another corporation
In the Industrial quarter Sugar Re
fining made an early show of strength
which was not fully maintained while
the United States Steel Issues werecom
paratively dull and heavy There were
few movements of Interest among the
specialties outside of those In Amalga
mated Copper and price changes there
followed well in line with those in the
general market
London was an Inconsiderable factor
in the local dealings foreign houses on
balance disposing of about 17000 shares
of stock
firmer Tone Developed
In the last hour or business the stock
market developed a nrmer tone not
particularly on account or any change
In outside conditions but because of the
reemlng culmination of the decline In
Amalgamated Copper and the exhaus
tion of the incidental selling of the
market at large
General Electric in a notably sharp
advance was a conspicuous feature of
the later dealings while in the railway
list a sharp recovery was noted In
Union Pacific The dealings however
continued In light volume in compari
son with recent averages
Keir York Mock Nov
u
High- Low- Clot- Net
Ut Mt inc Cllss
Amal Copper S0
Am Car F
AmCFpf
Am Lin Oil pf
Am Loc
Am Loco pf
m Smelting
Am Sugar
Anaconda
Atchison
Atchison pf
Dim Rapid Tnn
Can Southern
Can Pacific
Ches Ohio
Chi Gt West
Chi Ind L
Chi M St P
C R I P
C C C St L
Col FI Co
C 11 C I
Crucible St
Del Hud
Erie
Eric 1st pf
Eric 2d pf
Gen Eiec Co
Hocking Valley
111 Cent rts
Ill Cent
Z J 2
5
48
30
S9
45
123U
33
- to
101
KanCSo 22
29
S3
48
30
88
45
121
to
29
S5
48 1
30
45U
122 1
32 33
SOU S0
100 100
68 67
E7 fcGVi
114 114
48 4S
25 23
46 4S
170 1S 169U
147 1I7U 147
99 95 S9
92 92 92
19 18 19
25 23 25 1
177 176 176
43 42 42-
7S 72 78 -
60 69 C9
275 268 274 6
62 61 C2
8 8 8
141 140 141
21
67U
87 1
114
48
5
48
High- Low- Net
est est inc chgs
Kan C So pf 4Gi 43 i i
Louis Nash IDS 109 10S
Manhat Con 137U J 13C4 1
Met St Rail 16S 1674
Mcx Nat ctfs 14 HM US Vi
M St I S 33 33U 33
Mo K T pf i C24 E2
Mo Pac 103V4 102 103 Vi U
r V Cont 173 171 17
N Y C St L 33i 62V4 52
X Y O 4V 3G 35 33
Nor West CO 60 COM M
Nor lac pf lOCVi 100 100
lac Mail 41A 43 44V4
Pennsylvania 151 110
Peo Gas of C M S7 8S
rr St Car 43 42 43
IT St Car pf S7 SG S7
Reading -51 50 SOU
Heading 1st pf SOU 0 iOV
Reading 2d pf W 59 59 s
Rep Steel 16 1G 1G
Rep Steel pf 70 69 09
St Law Ad 130 129 130
FtLSFr 52 50 51 1
St L S F 2d pf 72 71 71
St L SW 297 2S 2SA 1
South lac 60 60 G0
South Ry 31 34 34
South Rypf 93 Sl S3
Tctin C I Co Ki 64 64
Tex Tac 41 41 41
Union Pac 104 102 103
Union Pac pf 90 SOU 90
US Leather 13 12 12
US Leather pf S2U S2 S2U
U S Rubber 15 15 15 U
US Steel 42 42U 42
US Steel pf 92 92U 92
Wabash 22 22 21
Wabash pf 40 39 40 1
Western Un Tel 91 91 81
Wis Ccn pf 43 43 43
Westlnghouse 145 145 145
Total sales of stocks 762171 shares
Advance Decline
ioTcrniui nt Uooili
Did Asked
V B 2J It 1KKM0 Q J 1CS I09M
U S 2i C 1000 30 J J J0 JH 109
U S Ss I 3503 Q F H8 I0JW
U S 3s II VJOS II C I0SH 109
U S 4s 1KXJ Q J 2 113
U S ss 1S07 Q J 112S 113
U S ss II 1323 139i 139V
U S Fa C 1023 JMlf li9
V S 5s It 1901 IU7 I07
u s 6- c i9oi tj f iu7 torx
The most interesting news development
affecting the stock market yesterday af
ternoon was rerhaps the announcement of
the Atchison net earnings statement for
October showing an excellent increase
over October of last jcar The net for
the month was nearly two and a half
millions or to be exact 2407693 This
is an increase of 166212
The increase la net earnings for the
first third of the fiscal year is more than
lS0OC0O and If the same ratio ot increase
could be kept up during the balance of the
year it would be well in excess of 55000
0CO or say 5 per cent on the common
stock The company earned nearly 7
per cent on the common stock last year
and at the present rate of Increase it
would cam 12 per cent for the stock this
5 sir
This is not to be looked for of course
because of the corn crop shortage which
has tended to make business up to this
time more than usually heavy and must
be expected to have a had effect during
the remaining months But allowing for
this and giving It its full weight the
showing of the company will be acknowl
edged to be especially gratifying There
Is no way In which It can be construed
Into an argument that the prosperity of
the country js waning Frieud3 of the
Atchison predict that while from now on
there may not be any very large Increases
In earnings the increase in general busi
ness will be sufficient to offset the corn
freight shortage and in view of the show
ing up to this time this does not seem a
very farfetched prediction
Support or the ltnllivny llnt
The stock market yesterday was not re
markable In any way Prices generally
held their own sturdily in spite of an
early attack on Amalgamated Copper that
carried Its price to the lowest level on
record The street Is Inclined to draw tho
conclusion from the persistence of the
strength In the railway list that the large
Interests arc supporting the market de
terminedly and do not intend to allow tho
attach on Copper to cause any general
creak
It was noticeable that while the Vander
bllts coalers and other railway securi
ties held their own during the selling of
Copper they began to advance sharply
every time that the pressure on the tru3t
Mock was removed
HiiHler Jlonry ItnlcN
The news and gossip outside of Cop
per was not Important Mon y was easy
and call loan rates are a shade lower than
they have been at any time before this
month While there was a tendency to ad
vance in the sterling exchange rate It is
not yet near the gold exporting price
and the financial experts say that there
arc not likely to be any exported this
week It Is argued from this that the
bank statement this week is likely to be
a good one Ther 1 was a gain in cash
last week despite the export of 7000000
in gold Railway earnings for the third
week of November are beginning to come
In and they nearly all show Increases
The Copper rumors yesterday were
numerous and interesting If not partic
ularly convincing or important The
stock went off at the opening on the story
that the Department of Justice after all
Is really gathering data for proceedings
againEt the company A little later it
went off because the Copper Company was
rumored to contemplate a reduction in the
price of copper which would defeat any
Federal Interference
The fact that these stories nearly op
posite In their significance should have
the same effect on the stock might bo
considered by some to be an evidence
that tbo sellers of the stock wish to
have It decline with or without reason
Another story was that the 150000 shares
of Amalgamated supposed by some Im
aginative people to be held by Mr Law
scii of Boston arc being gunned for
by tho bears Still another tale was
that the Marcus Daly holdings are being
liquidated The stock went off to 78
the lowest price on record and then ad
vanced to SO at the close thus showing
no net movement for the day The lat
est suggestion regarding the attitude of
the Department of Justice is that Mr
Heinze the litigious may be behind
the Department
huRnr KtliiifirH
Sugar was almost the only Industrial
security that showed any buoyancy yes
terday and in fact it made a better
record than the railway list In general
The story that the manipulators put out
was that the beet sugar war Is over
or at least on the verge of settlement
There is also much talk of the hopes
of the trust that raw sugar will be put
on the free list early In the present
session
houslicrii Jtilliny KnrnlnM
The Southern Railway securities made
a good showing the preferred getting to
a new high price record on what was
called good buying The gross earn
ings of the company for the week showed
an Increase of 30000 The other South
ern securities generally were strong
lliiltlmorc nml Olilo Weak
Tho coalers generally were firm but
rather dull The Reading has arranged
to refund one of Us high priced bond Is
sues In a way to save 166000 annually
The holdeis of Baltimore and Ohio con
vertible bonds are to be allowed to con
vert them Into stock without notice If
they desire In order that they may par
ticipate In the subscription to tho new Is-
ppwklZE LIQUID 25tt POWDER M tyggyWy
January
March
Uav
THE TIMES WASHINGTON WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 27 1901
sue of stock Although the right to
subscribe to this issue is figured to be
worth from lA to 2 the stock has been
So Increase In U P Illvldcnil
The Western securities generally held
their own but did not make any go ins for
the day The Atchison statement had no
effect on the securities of that company
or upon the other grangers The state
ment Is made by a good authority that
there will bo no Increase In the divi
dend on Union Pacific for some time to
come and as some people have been look
ing for a 5 per cent rate in the near fil
ter pcrhars this may have prevented
some buying of the stock But It Is argued
by the optimists that a 4 per cent stock
when such a handsome surrlus over the
dividend is being earned cannot be con
sidered a very dear proposition with
prices at their present level
rewM Confidence- of n SnliMlily Inv
Pacific Mall Is rather weak The street
hears many stories regarding tho outlook
for a subsidy law from the coming ses
sion of Congress and regarding the at
titude of President Roosevelt on the sub
sidy question But it is very certain that
there is not so much confidence at pres
ent as there was a month or two ago that
the President will advocate a subsidy or
that Congress will pass a law
WnKliIngtnn Slock ISxcIinncc
Sales Metropolitan R R As 612
103 25785103 Metropolitan R R
Bs 2200JT103 Columbia II R 5s
5000103 Capital Traction 20106
100J106 Mergentnnler Linotype 100
181 S01S1 American Graphophone
Co Com 300I4 American Graphophone
Co Pfd 1320S After call Mcrgen
thaler Llnotyrc lOfflSl Union Trust
and Storage Co 10105 50105 Wash
ington Loan and Trust Co 100190
American Graphophone Co Pfd 100JS
Capital Traction 6010G
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA BONDS
Hid Asked
Funllos currency 3 Cii 125H
HISCniXAXEOCS BONDS
Capital Traction It R 4
Wash Trac Kite Coll
Wash Trac Elec Heccfpts
Met II II Ss 1925
Jet R II Cert Indebtedness A
Het It It Cert Indebtedness B
Columbia R It E 1911
Columbia R R 2d raort 5s
City Suburban R R
Anacostia k Potomac fia
Wish Cas Co eer A 6a 1902 27
Wash Oas Co scr B 6a 1901 29
U S Klec Lijlit Deb Imp 1IXJ7
U S Klec Luht Cert Indebt
Clies k Tot Te Con 5s
American Security Trust ts 10J
Waih Market Co 1st 6a 159J
1911 J7CO0 retired annually
Wash ltkt Co Imp Ca 1912 27
Wash llkt Co e xt 0 1911 27
Masonic Hall Assn 5s C 1003
American Graphoohone Deb A
SAFE DEPOSIT AND TRUST COMPANIES
National Safe DeuotU
Wash Loan and Trust
AmcrTcan Security and Trust
Open
7C1
759
7M
High
7Ci
7ll
7C3
1C0U 107V
64 C8H
117 lib
105K 107
10t 107
116
I0li J03
107tf
107
1034-
1U3 JW
10U4 J07
110
110
101 IDS
viy ioo
150 161
I8i liO
2a L 9
ttaihtncton tale lleposit
Unioi Trust and Storage 10IH JOG
asli Savings Bank 100
NATIONAL BANK ST0CK3
Bank ot Washington
Metro politan
Central
Farmers and Mechanics
Second
Citizens
Columbia
r
Capital
West End
Traders
Lincoln
niss
370 430
725 WO
uf
I6u
17U JS5
J50 105
124 IM
157 15U
l
550
RAILROAD STOCKS
Capital Traction KG
City Suburban
lSSURANCi STOCKS
rirCTcn 25
Franklin 45
Metropolitan 7U
Corcoran 62
Potomac 01
Arlington -0
German American 23J
National Union X
Columbia 10
Uigst 7
Peoples G
Commercial 4
Colonial
TITLE INSURANCE STOCKS
Real Estate Title e3
Columbia Title i
Washington Title -It
District Title
TELEPHONE STOCKS
Chesapeake Potomac 05
GAS STOCKS
Washington Cas C5
Cet rgtlonn Gas 75
MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS
Uergenthalcr Linotype 18lf
Lanston Monotype 11
American Graphophone 4
American Graphophone pfd
Pneumatic Cun Carriage
Washington Market
Norfolk Washington
Lx -dividend
8
05
11
16J
Low
7BI
759
759
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119
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THE CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET
Whe nt IttIcN Dull ami Lower Corn
Price 31nIiiiiilntMl
CHICAGO Not- 26 Wheat has ruled
dull aud lower on large receipts and
heavy increase of supplies Todays pri
mary movement Is double last years and
Uradstreets reported the worlds visible
as having Increased 6941000 bushels
against a decrease of 321000 bushels n
3 ear ago Local bears took courage and
sold moderate Th commission house
interest was small an featureless Liver
pool was lower Continen
tal markets unchanged Cash sales here
were 30COO bushels and eight loads were
reported at the seaboard
Corn was not quite so active as yester
day but prices were well maintained The
bulk of the trade was of a scalping nature
by pit operators Commission houses
were better buyers than sellers Consid
erable December was changed to May with
the premium widening slightly While
the cash demand here for round lots was
not quite so brisk there is a fair busi
ness being done in carlots to go West
South and Southeast Liverpool was 3 Sd
lower
Oats From the action of todays oats
market the Impression is that leading In
terests have been taking profits yester
day and today Heavy sales were made by
a prominent receiving and commission
house The buying rower was very much
reduced The falling off in the cash de
mand which has been the principal bull
factor of late induced more or less local
short selling Todays sales were only
50000 bushels
Provisions The volume of trade in
provlsicinsi was fair early and prices some
what higher on miscellaneous buying the
bulk of t oelng for outside account There
was a period of dullness afterward and
a decline In the last hour on moderate
offerings from local trailers and an easy
closing partly in sympathy with grain
Packers sold freely on the bulge and
there ws some realizing by tho buil lead
ers
Clilcncn Griiln nml 1rovlnfon Market
Corrected daily by IV 1 HihUs k Co mem
bers of the New York Eloilc Exchange 1113 y
Street
WHEAT
nf einl cf
May
CORN
nerember
May
OATS
rice ember
Uay
PORK
January
May
LARD
January
May
RIBS
January
Uay
Open High Low 215
72 72 72
75Wi Zh 7i 73JJ 767 7tl
CIVl
GI
42K
43
1372
10IU
B07
9 22
fcOi
A 22
6li
43
1572
1011
6 05
B22
62
til
61
42S
42t
9 f7
922
8 05
B 22
43
1572
16 10
9 07
922
805
8 2U
esv York Cotton Jlnrkct
Cloa
705
7K1
702
-
miner tvck lor a uay or two u nu wholesale
toaj s quotatlons KP iocaj
below 100 yesterday at one time and I
closed with a pet loss for the day
BALTIMORE PRICE CURRENT
MV4
BALTIMORE Nor 26 Following are
provision and grain markets
Wheat Stcck1 in elevators 1041244 bus
Market for Southern was steady En
quiry slow mall sales being made by
sample as fo quality and condition at
72c
Western -wheat opened active and
firm November 76Uc Foreign markets
were all easier c whllespeculatlve on
this side were undecided with light
trade and November sold readily
at 76c early there having been some
acceptances for foreign account Decem
ber sold at 76ji76c January at 77c
and May at SOc While demand was im
proved more wheat was for sale than fcr
a long time Private cables fairly steady
Market closed easier spot November
75c bid 76c asked December 76c bid
75c asked January 77c bid 77Uc asked
May 79c bid Sales car spot six days
76Vic 2100 fresh spot 76c 40000 No
vember 76ic 1300 fresh spot 76Uc
1500 No 2 red Western spot 76c 10000
December 7G4e 20000 do 76c 10000
January 77c 10000 May SOc 1500
steamer No 2 red spot 73Uc Settling
price contract 76c No 3 red 73c
steamer 2 red 73c
Corn Stock in elevators 239429 bus
Southern today was In light receipt Mar
ket was firmer Sales of cargoes on grade
at 66c for No 2 white yellow or mixed
GIc for steamer Glc for No 3 of
cither color and 59c for rejected Sam
ple lots of both colors sold at 61c G5c and
GGc
Western corn orencd quiet and easy
Year sold at 65c early but prices Im
proved as tho morning advanced whlto
no corn of any amount came on the mar
ket No 2 white new crop was In de
mand and sold readily January corn was
neglected Private cables quiet and
steady Market closed easier spot new
65c bid 6Gc asked November new
65c bid 63c asked year 65c bid
63Uc asked January 64c bid 65c asked
Sales 3000 year G5c 20000 January
65c 7000 spot 67c 20000 year 65c
100C0 do 6554c 20000 January 63c Set
tling price mixed 67c new 6Gc steamer
mixed 65c No 3 62c
Flour Market steady Western super
240f250 Western extra 2530290
Western 3300343 winter pat
ents 3700390 spring patents
3750400 spring straights 360
37o spring bakers 3000325
Baltimore best patents 4 60 Bal
timore high grade family 5450 Balti
more high grade extra 410 Baltimore
choice family 3S3 Maryland Virginia
and Pennsylvania super 2400250 Mary
land Virginia and Pennsylvania extra
255290 Maryland Virginia and Penn
sylvania family 3300343 City M11I3
super 2350243 Rio extra 36353S3
rye flour medium to choice 300fr323
Oats Tho market was firm Stock In
elevators 92935 bus white No 2 50
50c do No 3 49g49c mixed No 2
46049c do No 3 4504Gc
Rye Market was quiet Stock in ele
vators 1S020S bus No 2 nearby In car-
lots 60c No 3 rye 58c No 4 rye 550
56c
j
Butter Markqt was firm Creamery
separator extra 26027c extra first 240
2c creamery first 22023c do Imita
tion extra 2O02lc Iowa and Northwest
ern ladle extra 18c do extra first 160
17c Western store packed 13014c Ohio
rolls first 1G0 I7c second 13011c
West Virginia rolls first 14013c second
13014c Elgin creamery prints 27
2Sc do 1 lb 27ift2Sc do 2 lb 25026c
Maryland and Pennsylvania creamery
prints 25026c do 1 rb 24025c
Eggs The market Is firm Strictly
fresh 26t27c Western 25c
Poultry MarKet dull Old fowls 70
Sc per lb spring chickens 8Q10c
roosters 23c laplecc ducksi ilflOc
turkeys large J8c do small 88c
dressed old fowls Sc springers 9c tur
keys -
Green cofre Markct steady No 2
Rio grade 6c
Roasted coffee Market glcady Bulk
roa3ted coffee lWc Java 32c Maracalbo
22c pure 22c pure Santos
19c African Java 19c Rio blend 18c
Peaberry mixture 17 pure Mocha 30c
Java Mocha blend 27c These coffees
are In fancy bags paper lined It pack
ed In cans or tubs c higher
Package brands E L C 100 Ib cases
llc 0 lb cases 11 6 10c 36 lb cases
11 7 10c Lion coffee in 100 lb lots 1118c
in 60 lb lots 1128c
Cotton market Is steady middling 7c
Ftrictly low middling 7c low middling
7c Stock in Baltimore 13934 bales
SURETIES ASK INFORluTATION
Advifi of Hie lleMiiy t fmitrnctorH
In l iiriifHhlriur Cnrlilnj
The District authorities have suffered
some embarrassment on account of the
failure of the Rowan Granite Company
to fulfill Its contract in furnishing granite
curbing
It appears from a report on the subject
made to the Commissioners by R D
Elmms the Superintendent of Property
that the company is tinder contract to
deliver 12500 feet of curbing the contract
specifying that It Is to be delivered at
the rate of 2000 feet each month com
mencing August 13 1901 Mr Simms
says that up to tho date ot his report only
2774 feet had been delivered and of this
only 1800 feet had been accepted He said
that he had been notified that another de
livery wan in transit which might bring
the amount up to 4000 feet
Mr Simms also reported that the com
pany had made arrangement for the de
livery In the near futue of 3000 feet of
curb by another company
Tho matter was referred to tho Com
missioners because of a letter of enquiry
relative to the fulfilling of the contract
by parties In Portsmouth Va who had
become the sureties of the company
The Engineer Commissioner yesterday
forwarded the case to his associates with
the recommendation that the status of the
contract be sent to the parties request
ing It and that the company be asked
what provision they have made or are
making to fill the contract
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Washington Mortgage Loan Co
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SECOND TIHST LONS quiikly made eity
reallj onlj first truit loans 1 per cent and 1
per rent very liberal and allow
ances made ready cash Address BOV 71 Ihu
office ni20 3
OUR UNIQUE SYSTEM does entirely- away
with the hardships usually experienced in re
paying loans Yq l can borrow from 13 fo 500
on lour piano cr furniture without rcmoral
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BUILDING
ASSOCIATION
EQUITABLE BUILDINC 10C3 F at nw
John Joy Edson President
A J Schafhirt Vice President
Geo W Caallear 2d Vice President
Frank P Reeslde Secretary
lerchandise
on storage
Not Furniture or IXousc
liolI Goods that have been
used will be accepted as col
lateral for advances of monev
bv UNION TKUST AND
STORAGE CO while said ar
ticles are within its ware
houses
STORAGE WAREHOUSES 1ST AND K N E
BANKING HOUSE i VAULTS 1111 F n v
OlFICUKS
EDWARD J STELLWACEN President
JAMES O PAYNE 1st Vice President
GEORGE E HAMILTON 2d Vice President
Attorney and Trust Oificcr
CHARLES S BRADLEY Treasurer
GEORGE E FLEMING Secretary
rilOS W JlcKNEW Superintendent
Building Association on
Modern Methods
Subscriptions taken at any time No back dues
Six and a half yean experience in economical
and conservative management proves the expedi
ency of our plan
Expenses reduced to a minimum
Deposits of 3 and upward received
Trepaid coupon certificates 30 per share
6 per cent interest paid
on small as well as
large deposits
Loans made on Washington real estate
lly dealing with us sou can pay for a home in
monthly installments of little more than rent
The American Building
and Loan Association
Thone 2020 607 G Street 9 a m to 5 p m
JiliN J KLEINER President
w J FRIZZELL Secretary noSrlOt
ISSUED FREE upon request
Our fOO pazc cloth bound illustrated
Guidoto Daily Market
Investors Letter
Ordcre solicited all amounts
I
Established ff Mnln Office
1800 j J s OS lfsrny V
14S8 r St W Washington
Phono 2233 Main
Determining the character and financial
sp01uuhilUtr ot 70ur Droker Id as important as
the selection of right stocks
Savings Earn
interest pr annum when
BfYf deposited with this bant
ffj Commercial accounts
received subject to check
UNION SAVINGS
BOND BUILDING
Mill N Y Ave
URPHY
Stocks Bonds ProiisionsGrain Cotton
613 15th St Washington
01 llriKulwnyv New York
Three I rivnte AVIrcn to New York
Kerellc Uraristroct ami Innn
American Security
and Trust Co
Cipital flMOCOO
Surplus 500000
SAFE DEPOSIT BOAES
Safe Deposit Boxes for rent in large burglar
proof vault 5 per annum and ipward
C J BELL President
m MifMAnn
SB feJI UUU A
i uui
Bankers and Erokers
1419 F Street
mv York Stock Kxchnnse
Member - Washington Mock Exchange
Chicago llonril of TritJe
BVIoney to Loan
At 4K and 5 Per Cent
ON REAL- ESTATE IN D a
10 DELAY BEYOND EXAMINATION OT T1TLZ
WALT Jill tl A VKKIl
0 Kth 8L fW
THE RIGGS NATIONAL BANK
OF WASHINGTON D C
Capital 3500000
SURPLUS AND feQr7 000
UNDIVIDED PR0FIT3 pO I JJJJ
EXCHANGE ON
ENGLAND IRELAND FRANCE and GERMANY
Letters of Credit
AVAILABLE IN ALL FOREIGN TARTS
BANK COLLECTIONS
ORDERS FOR INVESTMENTS
STOCK SAND BONDS
Honey to Loan
on Pianos rurnlture ee o terms to ault your
convenience No expense unless loan is
payments to auit the borrower Yo hs
i uio of both money and eooda
We Also
LOA5 MONEY
to nlarlcd employes Wo have private offices
en fifth Soor Suite 71 and 70 Atlantic Building
Telephone C78 3
POTOMAC GUARANTEE LOAN CO
928 930 F Street N W
We Will Lend You Money
on vour furniture pianos organs etc and you
eanpay It back in amall weekly cr monthly pay-
ICC
XO MCL AY
Our business Is strictly confidential no v
barrassins questions To ak you Lowest rate in
the city Private offices
COLUMBIA GUARANTEE CO
Uia F Street N IV
MONEY LOANED salaried people and retail mer
chants upon their own names without security
- TIIIKIV llnm lOI FlW 15th
easy payments
it nw
eSl tl
FIXANCIAl
The Washington
Loan TrustCo
OFFICE COR STn AND T STS
TAID UP CATITAL ONE MILLION
Loans In any amount mado on approved
real estate er collateral at reasonable rrtet
Interest paid upon deposits on monthly
balances subject to cheek
This company acts as executor admin-
Istrator trustee agent treasurer registrar
and in all other fiduciary capacities
boxes for rent in burglar and fire proof
vaults for safe deposit and storage ct
able packages
JOHN JOY EDSON President
JOHN A SWOPE Vice President
ELUS SPEAR Second Vice President
ANDREW PARKER Treasurer
BIIICE J MOSES Alstnt Treasurer
THOMAS BRADLEY Real EstaM OS r
RFAL ESTATE DZVAFTZZT
Is prepared to assume the management of yon
real estate Careful attention given to all de-
Ve Advance SVIoney
For Salaries
To male or female emplcycs of good character at
less cost than heretofore No endorser rerared
here We also advance any amount on Furni
ture Pianos or personal property without re
moval Legal rates Quick and private lcccm
modatlons are our maxims Leave your applica
tion with us and you v Ul not be disappointed
The old reliable
CAPITAL LOAN GUARANTEE CO
rtinne Main 1145
COS F St IfW
LOANS OF 10
AND UPWARD ON FURNITURE AND TIANOS
At lowest latcs and on the day you apply ye
are loaning on the Building and Loan Association
plan vthtch makes th coet ot carrying loans
much less than you pay elsewhere and allows
you to pay it Olf in any sized notes -you desire
running from one to twelve months If rm have
a loan vith some other company we jvill par it
cfi and advance you more money if desired
Rates cheerfully given and no coat to you unless
loan Is made Call and get rates front room
first floor
KATIOVAX MOltTOAGK LOAJf CO
025 P St X XV
YOUR SALARY
May be larpt enough to furnish a comfortable
living but when all jour creditors Jump you at
oucc you are perplexed Yon can borrow money
en jour furniture or piano atUfy all your credit
ors and have but one small payment to male
each month Call to see us
EVANS COMPANY
707 G ST y W
VOXZT AT
4 and 5 Per Cent
Louicd co Kcal EUt la DIstrlet U Columbia
lowest ConimJilon
HEiSKELL tVlcLERAN
IOCS r Etreit
I HAVE some surplus money that I will lend on
household goods pianos etc at reasonable in
terest and goods left with you co publicity
Address BOX 289 this office elS tt
rnHSOJTAL
DrYoug
Specialist
Cor 12tb
andFSts
Oldest In age longest located
Regular graduate two schools
Authorized by the District Goternment
Ta treat all diseases of tho os Throat aui
Luaz II art Serves Brain Wood Skfa
Stomach Kldueyr and BtaJdzr KIght Losssj
Sexual Weakness and alt Special Dlseasss ot
cttherser Stricture Vartcocsl and Hydrj
eels cured without cuttiaz or operatloa Nj
pain No loss ot time Syphilis aay staz
cured to lite without mercury or potest Aj
cjposurc
Private Diseases QuickW Cured
CHARGES LOW
MEDICINES FURNSHED
Dally Office Hours 10 to 1 3nd 3 to 6
Sunday 10 to 12
- FREE CONSULTATION
uunmu
atnitarium
City CfSce
Phone ft
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Scientific palmUtry
Hours 9 to 9
I Specialist
509 12th St
successful
01 VCA DC
CI I L nilo practice in
the Cure of Chronic Nervous
snd Special Diseases of Wen
and Women
Means Everything to You if You Suffer
from Citarrb Obesity ELensatlia Coaitlptaa Pllei
Throat Lung Brain Ksart Blood tad Skin DUeaMS
OoiotTbaa Gleet Stricture Varicocele aaJ Ilj dracele
carel without dcentlan frcra few la en 2fo palafal
laitnuoents aivV
ITerroai nd Sdraal Debility Lom by Dream or ta
Ura Sypiilie all Elov4 FaUon aad Clears
cured for ty lafa cetfcoCa
CHARGES LCff F50KPT CUB GUARANTEED
MEDiCmES rUHHISHTO CONSULTATION FtZL
Private Waiting Room for Larilsa
CFFUX HGUH3 10 to ti 3 to 8 Sundays W to 12
FflTHFRMAN
j ftBnBiiamvravB
WnHhincrtona Lcnillnc Specialist
On Kidney Bladder Blood Skin and Private
diseases SjphiiU any stage cured for life
Both setcs Consultation free Medicine fur
nisWd Hours a to 12 and Z to 5 Abo on
Tues Thuti and Sat eve 7 to 8 Closed
Sundays
002 F St X XV
Or CZARRA
Well known Cerman specialist X ray fcr ex
aminations diagnosK and treatment In skin
blond rheumatism piles stricture cancer blad
der kidney hydrocele varicocele private dis
eases Vitality of sexes restored
Rupture cured without cutting or pain Dally
9 to 0 p m Tuesdays and Saturdays 9 p m
517 Cth st nw
K FULTOiMS
Loan Offlco
314 Ninth Street N VV
Money Loaned on Watches Diamonds Jewelry
Fte
OLD GOLD AND SILVER BOUGHT
Businen strictly confidential No connectlan
with any other Loan Office in the city
LADIES NEEDING ADVICE AND TREATMENT
Comalt
1V1RS tva RESMiyER
PRIVATE EANITAIUUM to treat womaaa lUi
fcmpIalaU acu irrrgnlarftiet Home coralarta
tor caKi before aad during coiincuent TralnrJ
turse and expert physician in attendance at car
Office nours from 10 a- o ta 0 p m
402
m
Ctb iL nw Iloomj 10119
MME JONES 619 F ST MW
2jc card
readinc ISc
m2J 3
WOHKINGMEN ebould take a tumble to them
selves Dont give up a bit of money for jour
wants You can look Weil on Tlianlsnivin Day
in one of our line warm overcoats or auits or
tlothri of bet materials slichtly used merchant
tailor made at flaures to please men that wort
for a living THE SINCERE Justha Old Stand
C10 D st e5
MMB LORirTTA the celebrated Eastern palniM
and character reader can be seen at her roorc
72S 10th t t nw mjr O
SPtRlTUAIlSM Alfred It Terry medium will
conduct 1 meetinc Wednesday November S7 at
8 p m 1S1 C st ne Sittings daily el
ORIGINAL GYPSY PALMIST 119 K St nw 15
cents- part present future spells removed lucky
charms aoot rcading open Sundays m2I 7
MME DAVIS Born clairvoyant anl card reader
Tclbi about business removes spells evil influ
ences reunites the separated and gives luck
cures piles and drunkenness 1223 Uth St nw
ln23 lmo
SYLVIA CIVES ADVICE on business and social
life from a source that has no equal Reads
cards 25c Do not buy sell or go on a journey
until you consult the gifted lady at 107 G st nw
m21 7
AMCsntinxTs
W ATION AL SSSitu
The only theatre In Washington offering exclu
sively American and foreign stars ot the first rank
MR DANIEL FROHMAN
Takes pleasure In presenting MUi
BERTHA QALLAND
la a dxamatUatlon of Maurice Hewletts melo
dramatic romance
The Forest Lovers
SALE OF SEATS
ta
FOR
TN
WEDNESDAY EVENING NOV 27
TICKETS 50 CENTS
no21 4t
IRN
9F 8 WERE KING
WILL OPEN TOMORROW AT 830 A Jf
MAIL ORDERS BOOKING IN MEANTIME
Columbia ESS
THEATRE
EVENINGS AT 8rl5 MATINEES THANKSGIV
ING DAY AND SATURDAY
XITON ZIMMERMANS PRODICTION OF
W1LLARD SPENSERS COMEDY OPERA
s BOB WHITE
NEST WEEK -SEATS THURSDAY
THE SEASONS B1CCEST NOVELTY
LOUIS CLARA
fVSAKJN L5PSV1AN
IN PAUL POTTERS COMEDY OF THE
TRANSVAAL BOERS
THE RED KLOOF
FAVORITE
FAMILY
THEATRE
Tuesday Thursday and Saturday Matinees
LOST RIVER
As Cood aa Blue Jeans
BEST SEATS Z0G OUG BEST SEATS 25C
All seats reserved Gallery always 15c
Holiday Matinee price fame as night
NEXT WEEK Village Parson
IP Twin iivTrTrniriBrvTI
THE BELLOWS STOCK COMPANY
MATINEES WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY UJD
THANKSGIVING DAT
Puddnhead Wilson
Mark Twains Story Dramatized by Frank Mayo
Puddnhead Wilson atands at the head ot
American comedies
PRICES 75c 50c 23c Callery 15c
An Intermingling of Laughter and Tears
aT W A S ST 1 Holly Matinees 23o
W IB ML CJ V3reninpl23 unilSJa
POLITE VAUDEVILLE
GREAT BIG BDLL OF NINE CTSL
TEI SCHI - r
AND 1113
7 ORIENTAL WONDER WORKERS 7
Cainsborough Octette Will M Crcsjv and Blanch
Daync in A Viliaje Lawyer Morris Trick
Ponies and others PRICES NOT ADVANCED
THANKSfilVINO DAY
Next week PETER F DAIIEY AND COMPANY
and ether headlines
A MagniflcsatBill
KERNANS
TWiCE DAILY
Mat OK
Evo u530
Telephone Main 2313
CRAND TIIANKSGIVINO JIATINEE
The Sowery Burlesquers
Thursday Matinee November 2S
McGOVEHN CORBETT EIGHT
will be reported by rounds Direct Wire
Special Operator
Next Heilly t Woods Big Shove
A GRAND ALL FEATURE HOLIDAY BILL
7 GREAT ACTS 7
AND THE BIJOC BURLESQFE COMPANY
Returns of the COBHETT McCOVEHN FIGHT
THFRSDAY AFTERNOON
FOOTBALL
Georgetown vs Lehigh
Georgetown Field
Thanksgiving Afternoon
Game Called 230
TICKETS ON SALE AT DROOPS MtSIC STOKE
CONCEIT
BY
The Georgetown snd Lehigh Musical Clubs
AT GEORGETOWN COLLEGE
1901
Washington Jockey Gluli
Last Week
3piir Dnnpn
UuUlllli IlUbuu
SixRacesEaohDay -
ire Race at 2 PM
Special train B an 1 P R K at 113 p m
returning Immediately after the voces
Trolley cars direct to tho course Colum
bia line every two minutes
Admission to Grandstand JLOO
Ladles to Grandstand 50
Paddock 60c extra
Season Badges 1300
Boxes hokllniciour reserved 233
S S HOWI AND President
ALGERNON DANGERFIELD
Assistant Secretary
CHRIS XANDERS
MELLISTON
ViLD CHERRY CORDiAL
MEDAL PARIS ltfO
No family shuuld be without it A pro
tection against coughs colds and throat
complaints
909 7th St Phone 425
FINANCIAL
MONEY TO LOAN at 3H to 5 per cent in sums
n i r wi in etnmvi rn 11 r rl estate EST 03
5 anJ 6 per cent mortgages and begin anewall
tiansactions conducted with economical consider
ation for borrowers WM 1L SAUNDERS CO
1107 F tt nw
MONEY TO LOAN ON APPROVED COLLAT
ERAL No delay CHARLES A BAKER HooBl
10 and II Uetierott Buddins 1U0 s K

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