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THE EVENING WORLD, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1922.
A HUE UOOl
)LP MACGRATH -A-
Complete Stock Tables Financial News
I Au.tlvor of "THE MAN ON THE BOX"
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THE STORY UP TO THIS POINT.
Arthur Cathew, petted son of a wealthy family, is suddenly awakened by a
nofse at his door. Arthur's habit of late sleeping is rudely broken by a mcs-t
age from his father, delivered by the butler, that Arthur is to present, himself
at the elder Cathew's oflicc at once for an interview. Arthur kisses his mother
good by and hastens to a meeting which he knows will not be peaceful.
Cathew senior, with much torcc andsjittlc diplomacy, reveals to his son
that the sun has set upon his day of reckless expenditure. Arthur is put upon
an allowance of ?200 a month with the alternative of J50.000 as a lump settle
ment. Arthur chooses the ?200 a month, a jolt following the announcement
ofthis best girl that she wouldn't marry him if he were the only man left.
The elder Cthcw makes one provision, however, that leaves a loophole for
Arthur. It is that he will increase the allowance when Arthur lays before him
$J0,(XX), honestly earned.
That night within a stone's throw ot his club young Cathew is attacked
and he awakes in the forecastle of a stcarncr bound for San Francisco via Suez
A collision with a mate resulted in serious damage to Cathew but drew him
closer to Corngan, who proposes a joint search for treasure concealed in a
heathen idol. Corrigan has a man of the location uitoocd on one of his legs
Cathew agrees to join the cnterpri.
An expedition to the interior of Malacca results in securing the treasuie.
rubies and sapphires from the foot of an idol. Kcsentmcnt on the part of the
natives on account of this sacrilege results in an attack in which Corrigan dies.
THE priests were moving about.
They wero urlnfrinp; fagots for
a fire. Cathew stirred a lit
tle, but only a little, ns tho
thongs were of elcphant-hldc Tlicro
was not a bono In IiIh body that did
. not ache. Somowhcro during tho
ineleo ho had been struck upon tho
mouth. His lips wero cracked ana
puffed; and ho could barely sco out
of ono eye.
Where was Corrigan? Ho craned
his neck but could too no sign . . .
T.prturo! Now ho rcmombcicd all
of Corrigan's warnings, that It was
far better to dlo than 'to tail Into the
hands of thcto religions fanatics.
They wero building tho fire for lilml
Then It was that fear entered his
heart, and ho wriggled h's Joes to
inako 8uro that I1I3 shoes wero still
on his feet I
Later they canto to him and rolled
him toward tho tire. Two sat on his
body whllo a third bound h's arms at
tho elbows and frenl his wrists. How
he struggled, choking sometimes as
.tho pungent smoke drifted Into his
face! Deliberately the piie&t pushed
tho straining hands into tho limit of
tho glowing faggots. Cathew sci earned
in agony. Tho tom-toms Ijeg.-m to
beat furiously. Here and there llicy
In tho midst ot all this pow-wow
amo tho shnrp crack of a ilfle. The
priest holding Cathow's hands toppled
fkycr into tho lire, scattering it.
"Corrigan?" murmured tho victim,
nnd sank down, down Into a soundless
world of utter darkness.
kit. NORDFEL.DT. at tho head of
a botanical exploring party
from Johore, with a hunting
expedition as a sldo Issue, was well
pleased-witli himself. Ho had seen
What whlto men rarely sec and still
inoro rarely llvo to tell ceremonial
Half a dozen shots had broken up
tho affair. His elephants had evi
dently convinced the priests that tlicro
-was an army behind. One white man
J10 had buried: tho other lay at ono
uldo of tho hunting howdah, his hands
In enormous whlto bandages. Ho
looked llko a dead man, but ho was
only under tho influence of opiates.
Sometimes a low groan issued from
his swollen purplo lips. Cathow tried
'What? What Is it you're tryln
to ay?" asked Nordfcldt.
"Corrigan?" In a muftlrd tone.
'Tour friend? Wo burled him. Ho
wasn't a pleasant sight to look at.
Hut I think ho was already dead when
thoy mutilated him."
Tears welled up Into Cathew's eyes
and rolled down his cheeks. I "or now
ho know that ho had loved tho dero
"Did . . . you bury him . .
with his shoes on7"
"Qod savo us. Nash, did you hear
that? With his shoes on? Just as
we found him: but I don't icmcmbcr
whether he had any shoes on or not.
Now, what In tho name of Tophel
wero you two white men doing up
here nil alono? Hadn't you any fore
sight? Whcre'd you como from?"
"Did you have any servants?"
"Didn't they tell you at Perak that
tho country was pretty dangerous
"Wo knew. 5Iy God. don't ask me
any more questions! I'm in hell!"
At tho end of two months for the
Doctor refused to let his chance pa
tient Interfere with his researches
tho expedition returned to Johore.
And Cathow bought a first-class
ticket to Singapore fourteen mllcj
away In order that ho might have a
compartment alone. When the train
was fairly out of tho city, Cathew
took oft liis shoo and wrenched loose
Two rubles and an emerald; the:
had not lcen touched! Sweat trickled
down the end -i his nose and spat
tered on tho srems. And now to sell
Vaguely ho recalled that Corrigan
had raid something about Vaal, a
Dutchman in tho pawnbroklng busi
ness, who knocked you down a lot,
hut generally gave you something
worth whllu. He was leaving tho dis
trict when he ran full tilt Into a Sikh
"Vaal," he said; "pawnshop."
Tho Sikh spoko a littlo Knglieh,
and gave the direction affably. It
was 11 dingy shop. Ho saw a huge
bearded man behind the desk, talking
to a pretty woman. Suddenly the
man caught her by the arm and
flung her against the-rear partition.
It was evident to Cathew that he hml
entered upon a scene of domestic In
felicity. A family row, however, was
nothing to him. He wanted to soil
"Is this Vaal?" he inquired.
"All! Coom In, coom In, sir," said
Tho young woman remained with
hor back to the partition, sullenly
rubbing her bruised arm. Her s-kln
was tawny nnd her hair was black;
but she was patently a whlto woman.
Do you buy stones?" demanded
"Sometimes," with sudden aloof
ness. "I don't mean on the pawn-ticket
basis," went on Cathew. "A lump
"Como over hero .under tho light."
Tho huge Dutchman and his visitor
stepped under tho lamp, and Cathew
dug into his watch-pocket.
"What will you give me for these'.'"
"Kthel, hant me dcr glass."
Tho woman obeyed, but she looked
with new Interest at thin young man
who hail doubtless caved her a beat-
"Whcro dit you get deso?"
"Nonu of your business," answered
Vaal turned them over nnd over.
"I vlll gift you flfo-hunort rupees
for dem ... or I vlll call in der
"Give them back. Wo can't do
CLOSING STOCK QUOTATIONS
"CATHEW WAS BORNE TO TH E FLOOR AND THERE HE MIGHT
HAVE DIED BUT FOR THE UNEXPECTED AID OF THE YOUNG
business. Those stones aie mine. Ive
gone through hell for them."
"Yes, yes, dey all say that. Kife
huneit und no questions asked."
II-D Willi tury Cathow Mruck
tho man cm the mouth. The
gems went tinl'llnt 10 tne
floor. Excruciating pain lan up nnd
down Cathew's ami. Tho Dutch
man roared and closed in Tho fight
was short and decisive. Cathew wnt
lorno to tho floor and tlicro ho might
havo died but for tho unexpected aid
from tho young woman. She scizrd
tho desk stool and swung down with
full strength. An ordinary man's
pkull would havo cracked like an egg
shell. Vnal rolled over and lay still
whllo Cnthew crawled aliout on his
hands nnd kner.s in search of his pos
sessions. Ho found ono ruby and the
emerald. During this time the young
woman hud f 01 aged alxiul and found
some ropes. "'
"Help mo tie him."
"Ho may lc dead."
"If there Is any God ho is dead.
But ho hap u head liko a gorilla's.
She blew out the light, locked the
door, and flung tho key Into Urn gfit
tei. She reized Cathew by Hie hand
and he followed her dumbly. Aftir
a whllo ho found his tongue
"What was that brute to you?"
"Myhusband. I havo a right to
the things I took. For moro than a
year he has beaten and kicked me."
"Hero are two rickshaws. Get In."
He obeyed. Ho ".011ld havo done
anything she nsked, absurd or tragic.
The rickshaws ran side by side. Ho
never looked at her, but sti night
"Have you got any money?" she
called across to him.
He shook his head,
ho hadn't enough to
Europe. A moment later she passed
a roll of notes towaid him. Ho ac
cepted them, and they wero held
tightly In his poor scarred hands till
they reached tho I.loyd dock. Five
minutes after they went on boarn
tho steamer slipped her cables.
"You go to tho purser right away
tnko him to
and buy your ticket to Naples. I'll
buy mine later for Colombo. I have
an unclo there. Arc tho stones safe?"
"Good Lord!" Ho clapped his hand
to the little watch-pocket. The stonrs
ero there. And for hours ho had
"Where did you get them?"
He told her the .story, rather in
coherently, concluding: "Do you
know anyone in Colombo who would
be likely to buy tho stones?"
".My uncle, tf hn can't buy them,
'lo'll know somo ono who will."
The voyage to Colombo was un
eventful and when, eight hours later,
lie siupprd again aboard the steamer
In his pocket there was an older on a
New York bank for $11,000. Besides
thb ho had in rupee notes a thousand
It was a fortune, and he had earned
every dollar of It by htruggle, ptlva
tion, in the face of overwhelming odds.
ND so tho Involuntary Odysseus
cut back to his Ithaca, homo
to his mother, his father, nnd
tho girl, a clear-eyed, In own-skinned,
vigorous young prodigal; nnd his
Odyssey had a touch of tho Homeric.
Llfo Is also full of nnti-cliinaxes;
If you doubt it, wait a little.
Two months after CuthcWs ictuin
his father received from Sail I'rnn
cisco (at his personal request) a lino
photograph or the most recent addi
tion to Ills new fleet of oriental
f 1 fighters.
Of tho twelve ships, eleven had Ori
ental names. This ono, the twelfth,
rctnliifd tho name by which she had
been launched. It was distinctly
After studying the photograph for
whllo Cathew senior chuckled and
drew out of a certain plgconholo In
his desk two raiKcllcd checks.
Tho first, for llvo thousand, was
made out to Capt Bannorman of tho
Limerick; the second, lor a smaller
sum, was made payable to James
Fall, ostensibly an employment agent
but In reality a crimp of the first
And thero you nro!
(Coujrlthi. lOSS, by tho Hull Syndicate, Ino.)
7C0 Ail llurnely. 18,
ICO Air liedue . M'j
MO AJax tluh .. 1.1
8M0 Allied Out.1 bO
HO APIs dial.. 'J'l
100 Am Ae Oun .11',
1(0 Am Ag C .f Jsti
IPC Am II Huj . :i7'i
710 Am Bosch . KK
:X Am Can . . 73i
UK) Am C I'd rf 123
S-X) Am Cot Oil IS
100 Am C Oil pf
" Am Hip ... II"' J
li-t A II I. rf ''I
ll Am tec ... NO
ISl") Am In Corp Si
MO Am La ft. iri
lOO Am Un on so
300 Am 1, O it IS'.
fcoO Am I-oeo .. lOT'i
100 Am lUd .. ir
POO Am H Itafc. T'U
SMI Am 8!i'.i . . EOii
t:oO Am tfnirtt.. .V.,
l" Am Hint i-f. Wi
"J"i Am H Kdiy .7't
.-0') Am Huf.l . V
I-.iH Am TIT. 123',
7i Am ToN ... 1.VI
li Am Toll II.. 15U,i
) Am Wcot .. !'"Si
;t AmAVl'fti rf '-7
fi$i) Anaconda .. tii'i
li An U floods G-'lj
100 Ano Oil ... 11711
ltf0 Atcll 102'i
;si Attn rt ... wy
too Atl C Una. lllVi
1W Atl lr c'.n. IVi
100 Atl . WI 2111
1O0A ( A WI rf l"'1
Slnl Alias Tack, trill
r.u0 Aui Nichols Cl'i
10S5O riald Loco..
420i1 Halt Ohio 42';
ioo luit i o rt cvi
ro namtdall A C3
2C0 Ilarn4all U 20
2f0 Iltccti-Nut . .12';
2T0 Ilctli Steel . l'i
OtfO Ikth Ptl B 62;
SCO Ilctli 811 N 03
2f0 llttiH pf bpc UOiS
1C0 booth Halt. (
Id) Hrlt E f)iel 0
700 Uklvn Cdl.i. ltai
lif 0 llkljn H T 10'i
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!m0 11111113 llr II 4.1
100 lliirim Dr pf.lOj'l
8iO lluttc C AZ 10
lluttc Sup .. 31 !
STOCKS END YEAR
SHOW OF STRENGTH
Practically All Classes
Shares Close With Dis
play of Optimism.
In tho last market session ot tho
year tho list to-day gavo nn excel
lent account ot itself. Prices of
practically all classes of .share
I ruled 8trong throughout tho two
hours of business, and In most in
stances reached tho highest prices
of tho day In closing dealings.
Tho financial district remained
without any frcsli nows to account
for tho display of optimlhm. It was
0 ident that much of the strength was
duo to covering by an extremely ncr-
ins short Interest, but at tho same
1 mo thero was unmistakable evidence
Only Booty Polite Burglars Get
Is Drink and New Year's Wishes
Two armed robbers who entered tho home of William Thompson at
TcauecU, N. J lait night, left with no booty other than good cheer In tho
form of a drink of wino and the New Year's wishes of Thomppon. They
announced they had come to get several thousand dollars in cash which
th-jy understood .vas In tho house.
The pair drove up In an automobile,
rapped on the front door and Inquired
if Mr. Thompson, the builder and
contractor, lived thero. Thompson,
upon admitting his Identity, was
forced into tho hall and told to throw
up his hands. With revolvers ho and
Mrs. Thompson and their four chil
dren wero held at bay.
Tor ten minutes they conversed ro
gaiding the money, which Tompson
insisted he had invested three weeks
ago in stock. He offered to wrlto a
check for $E0O Instead. Tho Intruders
wero obdurate, ?o finally Thompson
suggested that they discuss the mat
ter over a glass of wine. The pair
acceded to this, and finally admltotd
they were beaten.
One of tho men suggested that they
shoot up tho house, but the other
objected, so they deported quietly with
Thompson's New Year withes ringing
In their ears.
Tclophono wires had been cut, o
somo time elapsed btforo tho poheo
could ho notified,
class of rails and industrials.
Wall Street forsees distinct im
provement In tho railroad situation
duilng tho early months of tho now
year, particularly from tho stand
point of gross and net returns; foi -sees
substantially bolter conditions In
tho copper market with a rising scale
of prices In prospect and has formed
tho opinion that the steal business tho
oil business and other basic Industrie?
will experience substantwlly greater
at Investment demand in tho better prosperity, than they havo been ex-
perlencing during recent months.
Theso conclusions undoubtedly had
much to do to-day with the bidding up
to-day of leading steel shares until
they showed gains of a point or moro.
and wero responsible for gains rang
ing from one to aliout three points in
coppers, equipments, oi!;, motois und
others, including rails.
The grain markets were active but
fnllod to show material chang". For
eign exchange way practically unchanged.
PACTS IN CASE OF
TUXEDO SHIRT CO. SUIT
Action llnitiKlit AKfilfiKl ltornlfrK
."ruens Co, Wimn't Ahoal
n Vi'nr Conlrncl.
Tho Bvening World of Doo. 21 told
how two litigants In Supremo Court,
Juetlco Colialm's court, had settled
eult for nllogpil violation of contract by
awarding J9.UO0 to charltabln inftitu
tiont., nrul how Justice CohaUn nnd the
attorup.s tor tlie i'.' .nar.tK had selected
the bfii'lirlnrles. I'hro'igh Information
supplied bv u new agency, tho ropoM
confused tin: nnnH-: ol tho parties to
tho Milt and eircneously stated that
tho contract Involved was a wartime.
Tho action wa.j brought by th
Tuxedo Shirt Company. Inc., whow
President Is Harry Kaufman. Bgalnut
tho nosiMiberg-Neusnss Company. Inc.
o' which Otto li. Nougass Is nn officer
While tho tilal was In prosrc.is tho
court xi used the tury for ton mlnutos
mid hUKKf-stcd to tho nttorneys that n
icttlemont might tic mndo. After 1
heated oontiienco it was agreed bo
iwnn Mr. Kaufruun, noting for thi
plaintiff, and Mr. NougauB, representing
tho defendant, tnnt tlio sun hit baitieu
for $0,000. tho full amount to go to
ti i.i.v swoit.N iv as m:ciii:taii
tii .ii'yricn nwsiKTv.
,Io-.cr;h M. Tally, at nr. tint fc.rt..i
In County Clerk Willhun i:. Kelly of
Klntrs County, was sv.oin 111 to-day li
Ilri)olln .is writ Ury l" tiipri-me Court
Ju tin. HnuM-rty. Mr. Tuliy ha ben
Muretary to tin County f'lerk tor th
lat five years. lore that ho as 5'C
retary to Horouzh President Ulegrlmunn
He liven at No. 70 Ilewe street. Drool:
si ; r.m
, ' 2!i
IOO Cal I'aek ..
IOiUh'j Cnl I'. to . . . .
IM Cal Tit rf-.
4,Q0 Callalimi H.
4fi0 Can Paclflo.
CUoO Ci nt 1.0.1 . .
IChj Cent L nf..
"floO Crro He I".
3700 Ciian Not. .
C'lici & O...
(,00 Cht S. All..
1MI C & n III..
(no Chi Ot W..
i.no Chi G IV tit
twoiil 1" Tool..
110O O M .t Ht I'
SiaM CM & Stl' rf
21(i0 C t NwlhI
HCO l.ce I(ulibcr 2'i
lICO Lthlth Val. 70i
400 Lima Loco . CO
Slioo IxkK's Inc.
200 Ixift Ino .. ll'.i
.TOO StacytCo rf- HI
2000 Mnck T Inc 671
100 M Tlnctntrf 02
SO) Mclntyra ... 18
000 Mncnia Cop 31 11
4MK1 MRlllimon .. W,
IIK1 Mm) Dlcv . rJ,0
KiO Man Kiev . i'.'i
.ino inn i:iv ctn :oi
Ui Mnn Shirt . I'l'i
IIH1 Mark Ht Ity 9 '
1(11 Mkt St It (f 41
2KiO M H II rr rt 70i
40(1 M H It 2d rf 20
2!KK1 Mnrlanil .. SOU
Id) Martin I'al. 284
li nI Mntlilrwin . 4S
1ml Ma Mot A ,'.0U
100 Max Mot 11 Wj
lml May Dcit S C.s'i
2.'.m Mx tWnb . 17Yi
I1K1O M Hcali ct. I1V4 1
t(-i Mliitnl Co.. 27U
u) MM- St Oil. ll'
atnii MMtnio ... 2S';.
(Hi M .(. Kt I.. . . 0
IW MKX.T 11
2iO MKiT llJi
1.00 MKAT if Kfl
2iil Mo l'no ... 10',
100 Mo l'nu (if.. 431.
1(iO Mont Power lit
700 5lont Ward. 221
aMtl Mother I.oile II '4
1W Moon Motot IMi
100 CINnrat rf 117
1200 CHI 4. l'a E2'i
loocnur 03 rf n7
1400 Cllllc 3711
1100 ciino ...... 2(i";
1300 duett-Pen . 70U
HUD Civ:.i Cola . 7!'4
,-ii ci r I. 2710
300 Con Motois. 11
l."0 Col OnH . . . IMli
IlfO Col Graph. .
100 (Jot (Imp rf 8
200 Com T U 70
;,o0 Con Clear . CH'ii
2wio Con flan .. 122
1300 Con Textile. 11 i
SWiO Cont Can.. HB'i
cmio Corn I'rod. I331i
2CK) Corn I'r rf 1-OVi
7100 Cn!.den Oil "l
Voh oil pf. tunij
WHI I'uh Am Ku
MM Uu O Su pf
5300 Co Oaa v I
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7 T i.
270i) Co Cas rtn 2', 3 2 1 '.
100 Ddv Ch'm. 32 32 32
100 Dol & W 127 127 127 4 J
100 11 8 S4A pf Mi 41i Hi 'i
1700 Uu Fon ..112 109 HI "'
000 1t Kodak !'0 J'J K r
1300 111 H Hat.. ."7i r.-'i '(,
200 l-lkhom ... 1UI, lTi H"i 'i
200 Ilin. ruon U U'l 'j I- V,
2100 llndlcolt-J .till; I'l'i Ill's H I
14C0 lino 11 IC'l II r
17C0 Hrlo 1ft Pf 13't U'.i ''"i 1
2C0 Urle 2d pf ll'i II IHi l'i
1400 Tarn Plj-is 921i Dt'i 02!i l'i
ICO l'lsher Uody 2C9'i 2f0'.i ICJ'i Hi
1100 Fink Hub. . 13H IS 13
8300 Freeport T. 20i 1D, 20-y, 2
7000 3th Avll 1 W OH I0S li
500 Qcn Kl Spl llli Usi 1114 '
200 Oen A T C US liSli S 3
200 CenAT C pf lOIVi 101 lul'4
2100 Otn Anplult 401; 4'i 43 '1
20O Oen An pf. e0 60 fcO -f 1
100 (Itn li!: .. lS21i WiV4 lWVi li
11000 Con Hot ... ll'i H li-- 'I
00O Cen M Dol). HI Wl"i Wi. - '4
10J (5 M D 0 pc Hlli bl'i " blH --
100 did on ... lO'.i Wi ioi,
2100 Oolwyn . . . . IH 4i 4i 'i
UOO ('oodrlch . CO l'i SITi 4
200 Orwiby . . . . 24"4 '' 1 Vi 21", 7i
2400 Gr North r 7.1'i 74 7411 ,
000 Gr N O ctK Mli 30 30
100 Gujii Pui.. 10 10 in
100 Gulf MftN'pf 41 44 41
tW Gulf 6 BU )1 801, it) hoi.; 1 i4
OiO lloueton . . 7l'j Ul Il'-i I'i
r.l'O lludeon Mot 27K, ii". 27'
ItOi) lupp 25'i 24'j '1
100 Hydraulic S 41i Mi i'i i
200 i n t 1. 10'i in 10'i u
300 III Central . 113 113 113 1
400 Indlihoma . I2i 12 121
1(100 Iimplmtlon .. S3Vj 3li l&Vj "i
200 Inter Cons . Si '.A H
BOO Inter C pf. !l i x 11
100 IntcrA O pf CI SI CI I
700 Intor M M P'l Mi 014 - 1,
bOO Inlir M Mpf 44 W 43'1 43,
1W0 lntr Nickel 13'i 13U - 'i
100 Inlir N' rf. !U Wi l'i r '.4
12UH Int I'upei.. Wli r,P S2'j t '.
COO hit I'pfSta 73 73'i 7'. I,
-no Invincible... Hli IPS ll'i
100 Iron I'rod.. 4 4 l" i
400 Wand Oil.. li U !i
100 Jewel Tea . . 2011 20VJ JO'l 71
100 JbhcI T .f. 74 71 71 SVi
10(1 Jonea II Tf 03 821, 5Jl 4- I;
000 J Kaystr N.. 421i II 4311 -f !i
2O0 J Lou I'd - I Pl'i leil'j 1"?'i - V.
300 Kan City Ho 19 Hi l -1 '.i
300 li City Ko pf 5J, MT, W' ! Hi
4uo Kan t- (lulf. 1 11, ' 4
b'00 Kflly.SI 10 "' 9 ' "'i
100 K-8 pf 6 pa lC."j 1C2'.- H2'i l"i
IOO Kley Wh'l K9 1C0 100 - l'i
2000 Knnccolt . Id't I5l SUt. - 1
CSW) Keyntone .. 0', 8;, ,- ',
:! l.c,edt Gat 3 51 2'i
411 ' j
70 - .
COMPLETE CURB QUOTATIONS
ntloAni Oil IS
kliatitln l.obo, 51,
iluckcye I' I M!,
Ureittnt I I, 411
(lln Slitial ,17
Illinois T L IMf,
Imperial Oil Cda 113
International ret 22 li
MainotU Petroleum 181
Ohio Oil SK'l
I'raltle O I U 04 (1
Prairie Pipe .1U
Mouth Tenn Oil 1US
Htandard Oil Cal iv I.... (ill;
Htnml Olt Kanena w I ... l.'.'i
Stand Oil Kanaas w I II 4
Htandard Oil Kcnturky ..12S
Htandanl Oil Imt t'.0!i
Ctaudard Oil N Y r. I.... 411 1;
Vacuum Oil w I 40H
Kil N'at Acme . It',
C2M1 Nut Illcult. 34
Hl N Con & a 'i 'i
13KI .Vat Hn JL H I17'j f.fl'l
Km NltllM Utpf 7 7
3i) XltltM 2d pf 2!l 2TI
12() Nv Con ... M .
I'.'W N Y Air II. 20
S-00 N V Cent .. II 111
loo N V lck . 22
C"oo N Y.N 1 1 (t II 21 'i
loo NY O W 20',
100 N Y Ship . 12
li' hi Nor & West 1124
Iih) North Am . loo';
700 Nor Am rt 4S'.l
KKI Nor I'ac .. 7.1
:(X) Okl.i ltef .. 1,
100 Oils Steel .. S
bOOO Pack Mot .. lHi
M) Pao (I t. 13 h..
r.0J I'aiifle oil.. Hl',i
1(00 Pun-Am Pet P.'
70iHI I'-Am Pet li fcIT,
12HO Par & lilng 1 Hi
IHihi IV 1111 II It.. It!!,
4IKK) Pi nn Seali . 2,
221HI Pi.p'K lillM. O.Ti
lino Peru Mar . SH4
I0i IM1II11 Oil .. II
hi'") Plillllpa Pet 17
l(l Plerco-Ar . l.'l'
Mm PI is Wis .. .17
l.mo 1'liiiu Oil . 1
U0 Pitta Colli. Or
Ci'uO Pitta & V V 3.',
7100 Ponk Cirek. 40
li) Pre., Kt Car 81 i
blilO Prod & Iter. SU'i
10(1 Pul K of NJ Ul'i
WtO Prt or NJ pf 4OO
2000 Pullman ... l.'ioi;
.li'm Piitita Alcit. 41'.'.
W'OO Pure Oil .. Ca'.i
K10 Hay Con ... ll!i
I3IMI Itelldllll! ... 71171
i'mio ItcploKlo ... 2I;
Cum Itepulilio ... 10
Pi hi licynoldii ... 22
4100 lleyn T pfll Ki
1U0O lloyat Dutch 2,
t!t .1 l.tad. . 10
12ii Ht Iyb't r. 2Hi
PJO Ht !.4Hc9t 30
HK- Heura-ltoo . M
3b00 Hhcll Un O 12,
22100 Hlaclalr . .. 33
2300 HUolly Oil . in;
2ll Bloxa Hhef . B!l
l(l H P It Hug II
2lill Hon Pae . . MVi
1t"l Hou It'ivny . 2"i'
Cwj-1 Hplccr Mfe 21 U
IfUKi 8 O of (' .. 121 'i
2i(MO S Oil of NJ 4H,
ICO B OIlofNJnf lib
S' Htcrl Prod.. U2H
30(H1 Htmvart-W. 70
1200 Htrombeig.. i.il'i
203O0 Htudel.alcer 117
300 Sub lloat.. . 7'i
13W Sup Oil ... 0',
1300 Snccta of A 2
lbCU Tenn Cop . . lOJi
7110 Texas Co . 10
tbOO Ti Gulf si 01
tin Tt Pao .. il
3710 Tlx C i o 21V'j
1(0 Third Av .. lui
lbTO Tlmktn Co. S3',
1( 0 Tldv 124
100 TSL & W pf 07'.i
1710 Toll Prod .. S7,
24CO Tob Prod A 81
UOO Trana-C . . 11
100 Un II t P. wyt
1000 Un Pao ... 13811
000 Un T Car., bl
100 Unit Alloy. 31
IChj United 1'iui 7011
300 Unit 1 rult . 151
100 Unit Ity pf 27
C700 Unit Hit ..
11KH) 11- H 0 I P.
200 U H C I P Pf
2(i0 U 8 Ind Al
2100 V U Iltalty.
3000 U H Rub...
MOD U S Hteul .
It 4- '
IH'i 4 '.I
SOj U a Sled pf 1211.
C'JO Utah Cop
300 Van Slffl ..
JOO Va C Cheni
IW Wliaali pf A
100 W'ella l a 1 bo
700 w Atary . .
MO S'et Vie ..
O'JO Weet Pac pf
41KJ Wct Air . .
GOO Wen Mtg . .
I40O Wh . L r...
toil W Uagle..
300 Whlto Mot.
200 Whlto (HI..
100 Wllaon 1 !
2111 Wlllyu iiv. 1
100 Willy, ii pf
2(1 Wor pump.
Ho'lon Wyoming . .
Cnrlli f4ndlcalov ,
CMtlaa . flerrlce
Cities Hcrvlro pf . .
Creolo Hvndlcate ..
Gulf 1)11 Pa
'Latin Am a
Mniueiittio oil ....
Maria nil Mcx ,,,,,
Midwest Tela, ....
Mountain Prod ....
New I3nc Kuel Oil
'.Noble Oil 23
Salt Creek Prod ...
Southern P t It ...
Southern States Oil
Texan O t L
87 W 8H4
Id 1 lcs
4 l'i 4.1U
411 411 !i
1 Pi 13
Alai-Hr Col 17, Hi 111
Itlark Hank 14 11 II
Ule l.rdce 3 4 4
llo,t Mont Cons 14 12 II
Canada Copper 2 -
Canarlo Cop 2!i 2'i 2!i
Cons Cop Mln S'l Sti S'.i
Cons Nev Utah 14 12 12
Coik Trov 13 1.1 1.1
Cortba Hll l'i t iV I ft
Ciesson Gold if, 2'i -'",
Dean Cons 73 7.1 7.1
Dlvldo Hxt 11 11 II
Dr den Gold "I HI t
131 Haivador 3 3 .1
Huiaka Croems 31 20 St
I'ortuna ill 20 CI
Coldfloid Pior '.". 24 SS
Hard Hhell it :i
Hecla Mln N h H
tlllt Top Nev Hi -I 1i Hi
Independent Lead .... 31 33 U
l.ono Htar 7 7 7
Natl Tin 23 23 2.1
New Dominion 2'i 2!, 2H
Nlplsalnc '-a "li
Ohio Cop 63 53 53
Itny llorcules Hi l'i Hi
Hlclimond Cop 21 21 21
Silver Mines Ama 18 18 18
Uo Am P O .I'.i 31; 3'i
Spearhead Oold 8 7 7
Tonorah Divide 08 C7 C7
Tonopah Kit SY, 3'i iili
United Uastern '-',', 2 2V
U 11 Continental IS II 1.4
Unity Gold .'i'i 3i 31i
West lind Con Hi 1 ', ' !j
Woat Utah 1.1 13 1"'
Allied Packers Ss 82',; 82'i 2't
Am Cotton Olt (Is Oil'i IWI,
46'i - H
20, 4- ',
21 "l 4- 'i
33 U '.4
37 !i i
.17 4- U
t217i - 'i
Official total aaks, 600,200.
To-day. Vest ). W'U Abo
Btorllui (pai 1486 per sovereign).
Demand 4.B.1H 4.(131,
Cttbloa I.31i 4.034
Prnnca (par 19.3 cents per franc).
Cheelca 7.34 7.27
Cables 7. Cl'i 7.27 't
Italy (par 18.3 cents per lha).
Checks 3.00 0.00
Cobles .1.0914 B.(i j
Germany (pjr 23.8 cents per cold mark).
Cable 0110 .0133 011.1
Snlttetlsnd (par 10..1 cents per fianci.
Cablea 0113 18.93 18 b'J
Holland (par 40.2 cents per florin).
Cables C9.01 30.38 C'J.b.)
Delilum (par 19.0 cents per franc).
Cables 0.75 U.CS 0.60
Austria (decimal of a cent to tho cruwnl
Demand 0014'i .OOMIi .001 114
Oreoca (par 10.1 cents per drachma).
Cablea 1.20 1.20 1 20
Hicdon (par 28.8 cents per cronn).
Cables 27.0J 27.02 20.01
Norway (par 28.8 cents per crown).
Gables 18.80 16.90 19.01
Denmark (par 20.8 cents per crotin).
Cables 20.(12 20.69 20 72
Bpaln (par 191 cents per pceata).
Cables 13.70 15.71 13.79
Hungary (decimal of a cent to the cion
Demand 044 ,04'i .04'i
Czectio.Blovaltta (par 20.3 centa per crouni.
Damand 3.11 8.13 3.08
roland (decimal of a cont U the-mark).
Demand 0050 TOSH .0003
Finland (par 19.3 .ents per rruik).
Demand 2-52 2.52 2."l
.luco-SSIavta (dtumal of a cent to the irotMi1
remand '. .'-'7 "
P.oumar.ta (decimal of aunt to (he !'.u
Demand 39 .38'4 . 'J
Canada (cents pei dollar).
Damand 05.73 03.0J
Japan (par 40.8 centa per yen).
Cables 48.93 44.78
Hongkong (par 69.32 cents per dollar)
Cablea 63.00 02.91 5
Calcutta (par 32.41 cants per rupee).
Cablaa 31.33 C1.20 31.00
Au-entlna (par 42.45 centa per paper pen-)
Cables 37.00 33 UO
111 all dents ptr mllrtla).
Cable. ... .1171 !!.
Chili (par 2n 1 nla per pap'i' ! 1
Cables ... . U.m ll"7
. inch. :
Am Hep Corp lis ... M'i
Am Smelt A P.. f s .... 01',
Anaconda 7 i.i Inrt'i
Anaconda Os 101 Vi) :
Armour & Co 7s ,. lU31a
lie 111 fiteol 7s 23 101 '
Ileth Steel 7s 35... lOST. :
Can I'ac 0, ion; :
Copper Kip Ss 2,1.... .... I0J, ;
Cuban Tel 714s 100H :
Detroit Ctty Gas 6s 101 '4 :
Detroit 13d ( l jojii :
Dunlop T It i... . 0H
Galr Itobt 7s.... V&u,
cult oil 7s ... . 103',, :
Hood Itubliei- 10014 :
Inter It T 8, 7
Laclede Gas 7s. . lull; '
I.lbby Men k L 7i . . . On'.
lAUisle) (1 & 1-31 5s... . HI1,
Natl CloaK t ... 1 0.14, :
Natl Lentner 8, 18111 '
Public Svs NJ 7s 105H :
Htil OH NY 7s 25 101
Ht.l Oil NY 7s 38 10H14
Htil Oil NY H'i 1C7
Swift Co 5s 2f. Mi
Ttdal Osage 7a 1C2',
tJnlte.l Oil Prod S Kill
')tio Coal (Is 7114
Arentlne 7s 1C0V4,
KlnK of Netlierlil He , . WH
Mexico C.oU 0a fttPb
Mexico l!ot f.s If
Mfxleo Govt 4a wu
Mexico tloit 3s , 11
Russian 514 Ctf 11
Cont Can w I
Cox's CasIi Stores
I) L k W Coat.........
Illlbllel' C k It...
Durnnt Motor ,
Durant Motor of Ind..,
Gardner Motor .
Glen Aldtn Coal ,
M A Hnnna pf '
Ilnycs Wheel ,
Imperial Tobacco ,..
Martin l'i rea line
Mercer Mot V T C
N V TrniM
Now I'lcllon Pub
Iteo Mot Truck t..
Houlhern Coal .t. Iron.
HwKt Iniernntloual . .
tlnlteil Profit Bluir new
United Ilet Candy
II H Dlstrlbtitlni:
U S I.ltlil H,
Willy Corp Its pf 7
Wlntlier Mot OS
S m 03 "sa
X2 iN Si ''
1.1 - ..-g
HI l 'I &.J
13tt 131 l.Jl
IS IA 1 ''S
4.1H I3l W
8 8 8 .
8S14 854 824 V
H 81; :.H
72" 71 7IH t,'
20 Vi 20 . 201a
10 10 1"
W. Ml Mi ' -'j,
102 102 10: J"
314 381i 3-S
174 17'i 17'.
1 :i?i 1
T 7 T
'414 444 . ii
34 SVi 2'i
isw i2Vi ;
tW M'4 28 ,
1 1 1
H4 'H4 Hi i
77 77 "
1 1 I
1314 ink ii. .
rvt 33 r.
17i 17i 17't
7 nn 7
3H ftk l
i i :
Guticura Helps To Keep
The Skin Fresh and Young '
Dailv use of the Soap keeps the
skin smooth and clear, while touches
of the Ointment now and then pre
vent little akin troubles becoming
serious Cuticura Talcum is ideal
for powder and perfuming
BiMpI, XftrrMtrUiH. aitJrm' "Ort.tim U
m ,l,iln Dwft. ,tS, KaI4u , His." KolJ rr-
we, napZi.uiDLm,,i3,ntiouc i.ipuia w.,
tutlcur, aaa .a.vc, wimoui mat .
II JIINM3KAIIDA 11AS I'OIITS
STOVIS IV IIV STOO.M.
1'IjY.MOUTII. Heo. 30. Th liner Mln-
nrkahdn, from New Torlt Dtc. 21 for
Plymouth, Chcrbours and Ilnmburc.
which arrived hero to-day, ha.l a thirty
hour mrusge" :t nea vtitti thi revera
etorm which has tieen iag,nt In the
Atlantic. The hish r.-aies hammered
the liner hard, a number of port -elne
BELIEVE HOBO SEIZED
IN SOUTH IS BERGDOLL
TALiLiAUASSEK. Fla., Dec. 30
Taken from - train as .1 hobo, police
he'- ato holiunc 11 man behowil to be
Grover Clavoland licit doll, tl'.- T'hlla
dolphla draft dod;er. Tho mno savo his
name as Bill Jones mid nla l.oino as
I'rle, Ta. Po'ir.o sent llniei pi 1 it to
Washington yesterday ami wi 1 he-id t..i
man until an Invc'tlgatloii Is mado.
llersdoll was tepoaied reecniiy te have
left Ormany In an attempt 10 cute.- thj
United State-. ,
For Coughs and Colds
Nothinj aapa your -rltajlty and tiosra
down your work mora than cold
thai kind that drags on and on.
Danish those atrencth-steaHng colds
qslcfclr.elincly. Dr llelTa a tlma-proeesi
remedy breaks tight, rasping sourraa,
looMns phlegm, soot hes Irritated throa..
Check colda at'tha atari But Dr. Bell's
todtr. All drugcUl, ,30c.
Intitt on DaulkELL's
New Vear'a Day, January 1
li :rt, r ja o' -t en rptclai train data for
Mitch tr-U' J. P J 1? Sen York, W 'Aid 8t .
7 43 A 1 Llli-rty Hi 8.CU A M. ; Jackaoa
A J . J r ry City H'i A M
NEW JERSEY CENTRAL