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P. Lor-Ifu*- Company
Liggett & Myers
Tobacco Company
For the Caonveniencc of
investors we have made
arrangements to buy ot sell
at market prices bonds of
these Companies in
amounts of less than $1,000
and stocks of these Com?
panies in amounts of less
than one share.
Guaranty Trust Company
of New York
28 Nassau St. New York
J
K. M. BYLLESBY & Co.
ENGINEERS
EXAMINATIONS AND REPORTS
206? SOUTH LA SALLE STREET
CHICAGO
rrrOtntt. Ore.. Oklahoma City. Okie. Mobil?. Ma
Bank & Trust Co. Stocks
Bought ?and Sold
GEO. RUST ROGERS
Tel. 1782 Rector 60 Broadway
WANTED
100 American Type Found er? Pfd.
.??O American Cigar Com.
100 Babrork _ V*> ilcox
100 IJhrary Bureau Pfd.. fier. A ?t B
ISO Pope Manufacturing Com.
100 Safety Car Heattnjt _ UK-tin?
FREDERIC H. HATCH & CO.
New York Bo*ton
SO Broad St. R0 Cong ret.? St.
Privat^ telephones between New York & Boston.
?Lack. R. R7of N. J.
Dealt In by
EFFTTfGHAM LAWKENCE * CO.,
Ill Broadway. New York City.
_Member? New York ?Stock Exchange._
DIVIDEND NOTICES.
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
DIVIDEND NO. SO
A ?ja*rterly dividend of two per cent en the
capital at?ele of this Company Bas been de
alared payable January 16th, 1912, at ?be
effloe of the Treasurer, lil S'-.te -treat, Eos
ton. Misa to ?tockholdera of record at the
elei? af buslse?* December 26th, 1911
CHARLES a- hubBabd, Trass-isr.
_($1_
THE AS-OcIATED MERCHANTS CO.
HobOken, N. J . Januarv- 3d. 1912
A reBn'er ?juarterly dividend of one and
ene-qoarter per cent (m?"?,?. and an addi?
tional Quarterly dividend of one-quarter of
?a.a per cant, on the First Preferred stock, also
a r?t-lar quarterly dividend of one and one
fcilf per cant, n?.'*'-'? _-d an additional q?j_r
terly dividend of one-quarter of one per cent,
on the Second Preferred ?Stock. Will be paid
- ?iauary 15th. 1912. to the holder? of the Pre
farr?1 ?took? of this company of record ??
three P. M Monday. January 8th. 1012
_MOSES E-Y. Secretary
American Telephone 4; Telegraph Co
A dividend of Two Dollar? per ?hare will be
ps-3 on Mondsv. January 15. 1912. to st-*=t>
fceldees of record at the close ef business on
F??-_rd*y, Doc ?-m bar 30, 1911
WM K DP.IVEP. Treasurer
INTEKVATIOVAI. PAPER COMPANY
A dp/Kland of ONE-HALF of ONE PER CENT.
? '. ' Sto?t has been declared. _av
Tan?_ary l5th, 1912. to Preferred Sticfchold
?i. at the close of buslners ?S P M ?
rd ! 12 iTSBSfer books will rsfleala
--:?> n.a?sd
D, W HYDE Se:r?>?ar-.
FINANCIAL MEETINGS-?"
ANNUAL M-ETTXG.? NOTICE IS HBREEY
given thai a meeting of the stockholders of
'AMES H. DUNHAM _ CO. will be held at the
oiflc? of th. Company, No. 340 Broadway, New
York City. ]_>rough of Manhattan, on the, 17th
lay ?f January, 1?12. at eleven o'clock A. M..
far tho purpose of e!o_ting five (5) Directors fer
the anrulng -'oar. and twe (2, Inspectors of Elec
t??, to aerve at the next annual meating, ar.d
fer the transactl n of such other business as may
properly como b-fore the meeting The polls
?arlll remal_ open iron? eleven o'clock A M to
twelve o't-Ock aOOO The transfer books will be
?*'->??? troto Jar.uarv 5th. to January iSth. 1012
TAMES M. TAPPEN. Secretan
Da?ed N'y?1 York. January .'Yd, 1012
MOUNT MORRIS BANK.
New York. December 21. _?11
The Ar.-.-a' mast?n*, of stockholders of the
ifsunt M.".rr7s Bar.V for the election of Dlrectors
sr.d to vet? ?_pc? it resolution providing for the
r_-_-t:c?a. c. the number of Director? from twen
t:*-t?rea to twenty-two. and the transaction of
f-c_ other busint_s as may properly come before
?_? meeting wJJJ be held at its Banking House.
N_ So East l77_5th -_-eet, or. Wednesday. January
:o, 1612. at S o'clock P. M. Transfer books ?"/111
b? closed on Saturday December 30. 1911, at 12
o'clock r.;i_ and reopen on Thursday, January
1!. 19X2.
_-JNDLF.Y H. HTLL. Cashier.
WINDSOR TRUST COMPANY.
The aanmi. meeting of the Stockholders ot the
Windsor Trust Company, for the election of dl
ractoro a_d inspectors of election and for the
trar.sactlon ot such other business as shall prop?
erly come before the meeting. ??411 be he'd at the
Dow-to**- Office of the Company. No. 85 Cedar
Street, in the Borough of Manhattan and City of
New /ork. on Wednesday, th? 10th day of Janu?
ary. 1912, at 12 o'olock boon. The polls will be
*?*-_ from 12 M. to 1 P. M
HOWARD M. JErrERSON,
Datsd. December 2S, 10U
Secretary.
The Curb
Market
The year 1011 ended with stocks
advancing. The y?_.r 1912 begin?
?vith promise of decidedly improving
T-.arkctt.
Those interested In
NEW YORK CURB
BOSTON CURB
PORCUPINE
COBALT
stocks should avail themselves of
'he unequalled service I provide,
loth in furnishing information on
these issues and in executing ordera
-. them.
Direct private wire? connect my
offices In New York. Toronto and
Boston
J? THOMAS REINHARDT
Mlnln??Curb Stocks.
B?*t f-cllltle? f??r executing order?.
:3_ Broad St., N. Y.
54 Devonshire St . Boston.
18-20 King St W., Toronto.
Telephone? 20-0 to 2ft-'"? Broad,_
GOVERNMENT BONDS.
?Jan. 2.? ?Jan. 3.?
Bid. Asked. Bid Asked.
U f 2s. reg. 1930.100 100H 100 fnOVj
U. S 2s? coupon. 1980.. 100 100*4 100 100"?*
U. 8. 3s. reg. 1018.101 ?A 102?4 101 M. 1?
V S. 8s, coupon. 1918.. 101 ?*, 102V. 101?.? I?-1?,
f. S. 4?. reg.. 1925.118V? 114 113*4 114
0 S 4?. coupon. 102S. .118*4 114 118V4 114
Panama 2?. reg.. 193?... 100 - 100 ?
Panama 2s. reg.. 1-38. ..100 ? 100 ?
Panama .Is. rcpts , 19SM01H 102-4 101H 102*4
Panama 3s coup. 1961.. 101H 102 101*4 1?T_
Dlst. of Col. ;.*.. reg.105 ? 105 -
Dirt, of Col. 3s. coupon.. 105 -- 105
?v_? CHAIRS TABLES
PROhfi ?ci-Y?CE
HON_STP-IC_S
WOODMSTEU
FILING CABINETS
SECTIONAL
BOOKCASES'
STEEL
CABINET SAFES
3be Slob,-%r nick? Co.
ijSJvSSJ Broedwey. eur. White, >'. Y.
I'bonr? Frunklin ,>?T')-^S7i
NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE SALES?WEDNESDAY. JANUARY
191J.
Actual tsai - Closing.
Op. Hi. '??"? l' '?"?'? ''"?? Atb
?li'rs Net i
_iold. chge, '
300"-H iAU"is^h?lmlrT~Ct>
10,900- 4 .Amalgamated Copper .If/, ,
aooi * % lAmerk-a? Agr. Chemical.. ? ?
3,100-% American Beet Sugar. ?
100 ? 4 ?Amer. Brake Shoe & Fdry U
6.330 - V4 American Can . 1'jui-"-.-- -. i -'?
S.3?0-I 'American Can pr. 98%
1,600,- % i American Car & Fdry.| 55 [
iVV'i??^ American Cotton Oil.
175 ? -a (Arner. Hide & Leather pr
?Xu -i- Vi American Ice Securities...,
? ? 17
:l .? M
41*0. - ?-i ;American Linseed
100 + ?4 American Linseed pr...
10C ? ?4 |American Locomotive .
6,6001?1% ! American Smelting .
DM ? ?d? ?American Smelting pr.
I'M?% ?American Snuff pr B...
47% !":.
21 21 -'?
ii??
. as -
.: 36'? 36-4 ?>? '.
.74% 74*
35 34 .
. .. b
102% : -
? ' ?
-
40n| ? 4 (American Tobacco Ctfs.'.'" 1?J2% 103V? ; ! ?
I?0| ?? H American Wool?n . SI S7
2Vi?-a ,American Woolen pr. >:<??-. -
MOW- 4 Anaconda . . ? ??W
100 - Asset? Realization .IOS Id - I ?
106% ',<><>?
r. 1014 10
. I'HM
. 103?! 103V l< .
. 1034 104 .'? ', 1"! i'
:.
. r,].-H .;i . II DO ' ?1?
. 77% 77
29*4 29S 294 29*4 -* . ' ?
74 235 234%'2? i
?. s . 8% 8*?, - ! -
a' 21? 2 , 20' ? 20'
91*4 91U 90 | 00 ' 90 I "?1
. Ti'.: 744 7:;*? :
! ? i IS
6 i :.','.
11! ?1 - H 1W
2,400? ?4 ?Atchisfin
300 + ?4 ?Atchison n
100 - Atlantic Coast Line.
200? M Baldwin Loco, pr.
1,700; + *? Baltimore & Ohio.
100 + 4 Bethlehem Steel .
600?1 !Bethlehem Steel pr.
2.239! - , Brooklyn Rapid Transit.
Wj - Butterlck Co.
1.650 ? 4 ?Canadian Pacific .
4,6801 -?Canadian Pacific rltrhts.
2,175? ?4 Central Leather .
SOA?2 Central Leather pr.
S'Kj ?-\ ?Chesapeake & Ohio.
? 'Chicago Gt. Westen?....
100 * x8 ?ChicaKo Gt. Western pr
M?W?% :Ch.. Mil. & St. Paul.
17* _ ?* Chicago & Northwestern. 112'-. h:\V.-. n:- ll^i . !ir>.,
t,700_4 rhino Copper .? D6% Z7H - 'i :
50: - :Col. Fuel & Iron.' 2~.K 27% 27% 27 ? 27
1,325-1 Consolidated Gas .luv. ill 139%'13fl
600- 4 ?Corn Products Kef. 104 10% <"'. I0-*S 1";. 1"'-..
100 ?1-4 Corn P. Ref. pr ex rtlv V, 74% 7<!;, 76% 76?4 7",',. 7'.?
100' ? U ?Delaware k Hudson.16S-4 IOU 168% 168% "'??*? 169
200',-% iDenver & Rio Grande pr.' 41', 11 , II : 41 40%
200?1+ Distilling Sccurlth.-s .
200 + 14 ii>u.. So. Sh. & At.
S.100? % 'Erie .
7iYt_K. Krie ist pr.
100- H .Erie 2d pr....
er. Sita ::r-, 81% SI 31%
:?'- ? - H *Tv| 10
824 324 -l7^ ~'T
bVi 53% f.2'. 52 1 62'
a a 1 , 4sv4
156*4 1^4 155-4 155'., IK
.m*
BOO)? ?4 'General Electric Co..
h.,0 - 4 iGoldfleld Con.1 4:V ?5V 4'? 4% 1'* 4
2W - ?V 'Great Northern pr.ll2S%12?*i 128 128 128 12S%
2 62i>-1-4 Great Northern ore ctfs...- 44% 44% 42';' 43'. 48'
100 ? S Illinois Central .140*4 144% 140% 140% 14?>V1H
6.100- % Interhorough-Metro. IT1. 17*4 ";:<< l?4 W
10,300?1 Interborouph-Metro. pr ...I 64V fc ' , "??
20ft?l Interhorough-Metro. ext... 534! 51':? 63 53 ?
m-international Harvester .. 109H1OIHI109 109 lOR-i'lOS?,
M?4-? [Inter. Paper ex div \g%....\ 4?'. <?;, 16?4 t-v. M 17
ZOO,- ?fr intpr. Steam Pump.? 33?4! 31'41 3.V? 33*4 33 ' S3',.
M.'is Ni i ~ A01
Op. HI i.,..? Plnl Bl?J. A-k_
H si? am Pump I r. M1.. ? ?.?.?; ?4
-1?4 Kansas ?it- Southern. Ht H
? I? -..- .: *', 11 -: low. ;- -
--. Valley . IM-4 \*4\ IM ? .*?'' '* ? ?
I . 11.01 Isvllle .< Sash? 111,
I0DJ- ! ? 'Marine . "?/ Wt 6
l.fjbQ 'l Matin? pr . .*)'" : ".- 21*4
!? Miami Con. ?-"Pi>?r. .
11- - M., Si. P. ,?i S. St. M.
- M.. .St P. \- S. St. M. pr.. . ,- 19 H!? ?I-'-,'."?"
?4 Mo., Kan A Texaa. 80 30 '.
l,900\**% Missouri Paclfli . 394 *? *n
400 -I'? National Biscuit . :. '.-,14P(141 141S
100 - ', Nat. Enamel. & Stp?. 11 " 14 ,14 I 14 I 14 ? 14%
2.400- '?? National Ix-ad .
Mea. Dd pr.
2.700 ? Nevada Con, Copper.
100 1 N? ?>'?? Fork Air lirake.
m v. rk Central.
ion-- '.. \, - jfork, ' >nt. i Went
Norfolk ? W.-tern.
? North American .
.. Northern Pacific .
400,-1-1 Padflc Mail .
.. I-?? -1 -, l-.c in.- T< 1. At Tat.
1.845 - ?j P< Rill) Ivi Ria Riitlroad ..
.', P., C, C. \- .st. L.
. P . <\. C. & St L. pr.
160 ?Pressed Steel car.
604 ? i. Pull nun Palace Car Co.... 158H 11 ' 9% l.'.9 ]1?70
200 - Railway Steel Spring. 32 132 |0 tt 30'i' %VA
-Mi Ray Con.' 19?4? i:?'. 18T4I lq l*;
? mc . I . I '?, 162
Republic Iron <?c Bteel. ' ' '- '?'? :???? 26?4 J?v?,
'4 Republic Iron ?; Bteel pr.. 85 J S.V1? .M. | 86 ? 8.7 ! 85?4
?, Rock Island . 25--, : . ? .
?.,t>- 14 Rock l*l:in,l pr. 49 I 49 41?*-!
1'<j - ll St. I, ,v B. )?' Dd pr.
' H2--, ii?u'?n?5ii??-i ti2
. .*?-., 28S 28M
. 20' 21 ? 20t, 21 2i
22 I 22 J 22 --'?>
41-5 " 4''?
?;il 13%
.' ::i'4 34?4 34% ':A'\ SS^I ?4?4
. Itk' ..", 1104% 104-X 104>4|lflS
M-K f,4'l?l 64 ! M 53%l M
2DVi DO ; DO l!i^? 20?4
I
7*4 10?
,\U * '? - ?''?? ?7% 37^4
- , 109?4 l''r"*
. 7:. :;? 74-A Ti"-, ,T.
,119-4 ' ?
,| 30 ???i 30 1 3D BOU 31%
:?:?; 19 ! 49tt 49% 50
12314 1234 123-4I1?3K I23???ir3%
1100 |1?%|100 -lic% l"'2-\ I"-"?
110 ill 110 jilt lio 120
. tS% \3% 33| ::. '
1 pr.. - V, : 85 ! S5V:
. I!? It 1 1*.
.' 41' ? 1:1 UU it*, t0% tl
.;ii2', 1)2", 142*4 H-'.lt-1, 112-^i
uck
, Bo itbem Pacific
80 it hem Railway .
? T? nnessee ? 'opper .
41?. - ?4 Texits .M- Paclflc.
400!? ?". Third Ave. K. R. ? tf?....
3,7ftO|? ?4 Third Ave, )?. R. w. i...
200?'s Toi. Bt, L a. West.
4 T'.l , S' I. K- \V. || pr..
\ Twin City Hap. Ti.
...i.i.ii Typewriter Co. 101 IlOI 101 101 no.'?
48,5001?1% Cnlon Paclflc . !73%1744il724'172H
10 ? United Dry Geoda.h*> 100 :??? 100 M ' -
un ? United Dry Goods pr.
100 ? '?? United Railway Invest.... :-:l\ 11% 31% 31-J 31
* ' S. C. 1 V &? ]?(,. |?4 ?i itfd 17 it\\ 17
LlOW - - United States Rubber. 19 4:? 48?4 4>?1. (-' ? .
11J.600,? 4 I'nitdl States St.-rl. 681.4 68{ ?? .
100 ?4 United Butes Bteel pr.'lip, ni'.'iim nix, 111 1114
UUuh Copper .AT';
200]?4 IVirglnla-Caro, ?"hem. 544 ";
fMi_4-., Ivinrinla Iron Coal s\ Coke DO H ? M
1?-.- 4 IWabash .? ?',' v.\ PA I
? ?Wabash pr . 17 17 i'. . '..\ ? :.' 17
imi s Wells-P-arro Expresa .ro liai 161 151 149 151
- Western Maryland . ? I 9
!00f? 4 IWestern I'nion Telegraph :
701 1 \S'.<tinK'liou??e El. A Mfg.. <Wt I .?
' ui.. el ? Lake Brie 1st pr 11 11 11 ' 11 11 ID
1 , -il.
Total pale? for the day. 424."27 shares, compared with 517.041 s
Total sales. January 1 to January 3. belusive, Sin 0.?2 shares,
hares for ?he corresponding day In 1911.
compared with 9:?S,7??' shar.-s for the sam? period In 1911.
Early Advance, Then Irregular
Decline?Money Easy.
The pace ?of stock market price Im?
provement set on the first business day
of the new v?sar was too rapid to be
maintained for long, and the slackening
occurred before vegterday's session had
proceeded far The opening was strong
and activ?. and the Met continued ?o ad?
vance for a few minutes, the le<*d being
taken bv Lehlgh Vallev. which rose mort
than 8 points on buying, accompanied by
revived sports of a "melon cuttin
the directors at their coming meeting.
Profit taking on a heavy -rale began
soon after ?W opening, however, and
new lines of shorts were put out. th*
selling from these sources operating to
check th* advance and to initiate a
?downward movement, which continued
during the rest of the session, the low
??-?? prices of the dav being made in the
.a??* hour and mos* of the prominent
*___??*_ closing at small net declines,
while some of the specialties suffered
losses running from 1 to nearlv 5 points.
The Panhandle stocks were ?-onspieti
ously strong as on the preceding day.
and there were rurnors -*f an,increased
dividend on ?he common Lehlgh Val?
lev. in VblC- the tr_ding was larger
than in Beading or Union Pacific, and
second onlv to United States Steel com?
mon, los* most of its gain before the
close Its net advance being Just under 1
point T"nion Pacific and Reading closed
lower than on Tuesday, after having
shown pretty constant heaviness, and
Steal common, which has risen to a new
high record for the period beginning
with its touching 50, a few weeks ago.
receded nearly 2 points, closing at the
lowest, a net loss of about 1 point. The
copper stocks were all active, makir.K
early advances, but closing fractionally
down, in spite of the encouraging out?
look in the copper Industry There was
some commission house and reinvest?
ment buying in the early morning, but
during most of the day the transactions
in the market were almost entirely pro?
fessional
Large issues of bonds by railway and
other corporations are looked for in the
near future, one of the first being the
$35,000,000 Xew York Central debent?
ures recently authorized by the Public
Service Commission. For the present
the money market continues in a state
of extreme ease. The rate for call loans
yesterday did not rise above 3*6 j?er
cent, and touched 2"?i; and the time
money market was lifeless, with rates
unchanged and with borrowers disposed
to expect lower rates, and therefore de?
ferring the making of engagements at
the current level. Foreign exchange
rates were fractionally higher, under the
influence of the easy money conditions.
A shipment of $250,000 gold will be
made to the Argentine by to-morrow's
steamer, and arrangements may bo
made for sending consignments of the
metal to Costa Rica also. Both opera?
tions are for account of Paris bankers,
who figure that in view of the prevail?
ing money market and foreign exchange
conditions here, in contrast with the
hardening tone of money in Paris, it will
be more profitable for them to make tho
withdrawals from this centre than from
their own city.
The weekly reviews of the iron and
steel Industry report s continuance of
the cheerful sentiment among the manu?
facturers, although expressing? a ratli.r
qualified optimism as to the volume of
orders to be looked for within the next
few months. _nd noting that the heavy
business booked toward the end of De?
cember apparently reflected to some ? \
tent the desire of consumers to g?-t their
orders in before the going into effect of
the higher prices for steel products. An
indication of the improvement in the
general business situation was affonl.-tl
yesterday by the summary of commer?
cial failures in 1011. total liabilities
being $10,r?iX),000 smaller than in the
preceding year, although the number of
individual failures showed an increase.
The report of the Controller of the Cur?
rency, summarizing the returns made l.y
the national banks in obedience to his
rondition call of December ft, showed a
loan reduction of R301.000 from Sep
te.nber 1 and a loss of $32.736.00?) m
cash holdings. Since the call of ftp
IT$^4%'^X ~?-&nn -ave incr>
MT.100,000.
i^v^,.^, and ?tsh holdliSTy
SUNDAY'S NEW-YORK TRIBUNE
f.rMii!So im?"1 in th0 United 8tat"
BOND MARKET SALES.
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5a i r.?.111'.
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iooo C & t 1st V.v r?n .",.110:4
la . il?1;* 4000 do Qen 6a..l07*>|
?a000 Chlr- A N W ' MM ' . ?: l: ?;. n
r,?ri 4s? IBS' la ...... w?
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1?V>0 do Fie' 4? ITH ! ??. 88 Ref 4.? ..M)'*,
3000 Chlr B * Q 4tVK) ?t I. Swn 1st
On 4.?_ ftfiv?l 4?. . '?!
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120fxY> do Ja 4s . 07 ! 2000 5t P A D C??n
2?ViO do . ???*.T,I 4s . . O-'*
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1000 do low Dlv I 4s. ?7'i
4s . 00H'2*V?Ort Seah A L Ad)
two r n i, *. c t 6?.sj
IX fis . 103 I 1000 do .KT??
loooo r m * tt r t IOM do
C?n 4s A. ???V 2000 do lief 4? BOSH
2?V>0 C M & P S ' M-MI ?to ?".old 4?
4s . i'"V ??:.'??
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1?XV? do . ?>?'?'..' li?>0 do s.,
soon c r i & p \ t??!?? ipoios ;?7 '
r,?n 4s. ... Ofi'i' loo-, ?o Par Pol
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IOM do R R 4? 72V f?n-io .to Pvt 4*.. H7
art? do .... 72': ' I40M .!?? _ ?- ,
1000 do . . . . 7."'.' in ^?o do
4000 do . . 7.-4' 1 00 So Ry lit .
Ofa-?o do .72'i' IOM ?'.. .10TH
lOiVy. Chino ?~op llOflOO d?. (!?-n 4?.. 70
?a .HIV l??o?i do ...... 7vi
1--000 do .11" 130000 do
P'.ooo do .Il*?',' ,:ik?, t ?? 1 a R
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Frt 4' s 07", ?
1000 r T??- a- T.t 14)14X0 Third av ?'in
4',.- .101 I 4 ?MM
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4?>00 D A- H Cvt ! MM <).. ctf?... . 7H>,
4s . 07*?,111 ' M)0 do A'lJ .')?
10?V? do . I"?< t ,v 1. 7fii;
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10?Kl do . B-%] w I.S.'.??'.
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M? i;t,-H?x) do 7i;i'
4?-? .-.. s'' ?' lixx. I' It a i- '
12ix?0 do O't ?Is |S4?M0 I" r I ! 4- l".i".
n ."*? liixxHi ?jo not '? n
2'^xtO do . 7??4MSOOO do .Il7'i
4?>?>? ?I?. . 7? t??-(x?i do ?7'vt 4? IOS
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1000 Hhv Kl Ry ' MM I ? Rl b t_ 104?
B? . 00 tsmxK. D fl Steal '
IOM HI C Ref 4a. 0?'?"i' toi";
7**7)0 Int-Met 4'-.?. M?V 1.-.. m m? ,|.,
204MX) do ? I '..'?<? ? .
l'xxxi do . SI ?14?M.| \V?1, 1M :,?
irxxHi i?.?*"'-.' in?*) do _
MM do . . BO'-tl l'?H. do .
I?x?.i do . . ?O'-il tixKi ,;., ion
7UM.1 Int P. T Bs.10.1H ? 15000 ?l? ?
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?<x?m In? V 1 B? ? *"' ?334100
HxXHI lot PC - .- "X;
1?xk. do . ?*0 I l?xxi
4000 do .?-7 I ?oik-i ,|?
Ifxx? Int Ht P TV I do
3O00 K C F P A- I.144O00 do BT
M 4s. >?- ll'-'-Oil do ...
.NX? Kan A'- M 4-.I MOO do .. B7U
2<x")0 K r Ro Ba.. 78-1 S0O0 do .. . .?MU:
IOM Kon C.nt 4? Ol'-'l.xxxi r|n .
."aOOO 1.1(1, .-I! '? I L1?XI
10-0
10000 do . , p T I-'
I" Clfx .
loixi l.sr r, n. f tt "-'?: 00 do
Kxt r-.. I'?1V lixMi Went R| Be
"-00 I- S a. \| 00 I llOix. Waal Mil 4s.. *~\
4? 11)28... MHl 40O) do .87% I
BOND MARKET SALES.
ItYiO do . 9fti* 1 1000 West S F ?'??. O.V4?
p.? o .... 88% 11000 W Kh 4s U-g 9D
ft?r.??? do 19*1... Oft'.l 10OO <5" ? ; ' ? ' ""
13000 do . ? ' W N Y & P
PO? L Myets 7.? t f>rL4* ?'?. otu
r.I?X?0 do 5? w I. MHl V??? ??ir? ? - ?;? 101
1.. do . .--'?! lf"" W * '- r ,,,t ?.
17???0 do . -- - rv,-. 4...... ge
1000 T, ? N Osa ' 2"''0 w ' r,"n *" ?'-*
?>t .no '
Total .-.al*.' of hen'?. ?" 0DD.000.
INACTIVE STOCKS.
The following were the laut actual sales
and th'- ?? losing quotations for Stocks I"
which th?re wore no transactions ft
. n the N'-w Tork Stork Kxchan
I .ant ,-?'i??tng?,
mala hid. Askett
tatest D48 10?
iel rtsn i a pr. ...I 74
roles pr
?
irsks Slvn? Ar; ?W IDO 1*?
.1- a. roaadrj pr 117% H'? ??J?
an coal '??? H *
American Cotton < . ?r 9 . 98% ?
-press 211 210 215
an Hid?? A Leath.r , ft1-* S*
American locomotive pr . i?j?t? 104-. K-*
1 ?-? 4?* 4*4
Americas Malt pr 41% 4D 41
?i m tricas .inuff pr . 101 .
Amtrlcan SuRsr . 115% 115
?*? ritir.< Paper rr
Vnn Arbor pi
or? a Ohic- i- -."? M ?'i
...? Mining 1% 1*? 1*4
n??4 14?. 14.:
?ik ? " ? 0
-. put? . !<"?:. 100 1?
Uuff. Koch <v Pitts pr.IV 12? ISO
ranada Souih-rn '? *
\rr.*r Tel.. .Ill 114 11??
O rural of Now Jersey ... 31S DIO 31?
?. Alton i" I73* 24
I . <tc Alton pr 40 25 40
? 1 , list pr . ? M
Il I- pr 14?; llV-j 146 ??
Chic St Snrxhmestern pr 191 1<W 105
-, - 141
?? .-. .. rr HD IM
2
Chlrago 4?*
IL ?v?
: rr On '.?'.* 110
1?1H
47 44 4H
M 7T
?
?
a:. B :f ^
140 (
.-. '.'?''. 99%
5*4 B
? 4 Macklnae.120 no
<Y Atl pr .17'* 17 l!l
I :-r i r lei'-* el M
r B pr 9" i*1?
.: Mining A smelting., lb1. 12** 1">
i Mi- Ins ft Bm? tir.-; pr 41 DD 41
. . . Of 127
ral Chemical <*o pr.um S l?-*'* 1"7?*
-.,r? . 84% M *5H
ral Motora pr. 7? 75*4 7?
Mining . 40 2? 30
H trie Railway- ?S ?ft ?
li ?? Valley . 129 j IDO 132
?take . ?7 ?7 M
1 Illlncl? ?'?-nlral Lmtaed Un-? I I , -- ?
Ingor.oll-ltarM Co .1?>5 1?W ?
?II Rand <"o pr. MW MB
International Hsrvaetsr pr...ian 118% HOH
International Paper . ft1? 0*4 10
lows c-ntral . I*-*. 15 1?.
lows '???ntral pr . 80W DO
,- ? itv southern pr. OU1* ?V4 DD
,\ ft pr.. M 7 7;* - .
,. .?. i). ? Moines pr? 42 :i7 .',o
Btoel .DO i.*-1-. aw
| Ijike Kri- <v Westers 14 12? 15
!_.k<- Erie i: W,.terri pr. 11% 2?> 31
.32?! :!25 4M?
land .45 44 :<2
v Companh-a . 7?1* 7S 7-?4
M i pr.00% ?0 ?.'::
1 Manhattan El? ?ti ! IDO 134 IM
' ?-partm -nt BtOT? ? 71 7<> TI
M.,-. Department Stur??? pr.lil i?.*1 IOS
, Ml.-iiiican Ontral . ? - U<"
? Uiula 84H ftl
i Se St I.<,ul? pr. . . BO
, M Bl r * S B M i..-ai.e<i L.. BT% 87% 00%
] Mo, Kan ? Tex at.... . D4% 44
S... ..148 ?4 ir.T '-a un
I National ni.cult pr .127\ 124 12?
? ' ? .? | ?. Stp?- pr... 98% M t>?
' National of Merdee t.r.. ?;7 ai 72
, N y. chic Si. Bt I...*.?? r.4 :.7
? N V, ? l.l A Bl I. ISI : . OB' ? 90H IU?
1 N V. < i.i, .s. l-t I. 2,1 pr. ta ?4 T.".
Hem Torb l>.?' i?.84% DB
I New Y.. , Dock pr. tr,\
, n r, n n .-.n .i8T% i-.", un ,
1 Xcifoik S-.iiili. i n . 52% 44%
k * Wetters pr. . .h>'.. -.?? ;?i
1 Ontai . i i i .
I ? . ??? '-. 9?l
i 1st pr... . 102 *-.', 100
? i-,, i- pr... . .. ? ?? , !??- 100
l*a< Itlc Tel .<? Tel pr. M :?;
-i.rn .-j?! ta DO
? Car A ???>..??.IGO . 1034 l"i
Plttal>ur*(h Coal . l?% i*?'< i>?ri
l'iMKi.un'h Coal pr.,. .. *-'.', Mvi ?i
l'Ut?, ?*t Wityn?. & <"hl? ?17::'j i?',:\
.-I,-.! <',ir pr 102 KM ' j
-, rvlca ?' -i; oratlpn I? . ? 111 ?
llver . D% :i 4
. :> : ? |%
, ? . . Ml
Itcading lai i i . ... '.??? mi
i ?_. ?,,.!???> !>l '?. BB
2<i<? 17?;
.Yatertown .-. 0ft1sas.llD% U7'i
mta ftsa ift pr.H B7 oo
Bl 1, .-; S K ?' >v B m ?"fe- .-145 I ?.?i
? i. \ s p r .?, i: in eft pr.lOTV KB 12:.
Bl 1, .?? s r C ? I m ssw.. t?i ,-.i; Do
lia H.iiihw-?t.-rii. :il?i 2914 81%
-1 \j, n- Bouthwestern pr.... 71 r*'? ;>,< ?
Roeburk pi .121 "? 121%
'???rr si..-! a iros .44 41 ir.
? . n Hteal .\ Iron i?r. .112
I'orto Hi- o Si r sl 'j TO K,
Kouth I'urtir Hi. .? BUD ?r pi ,* ll?i H?7 ' ? 112
Rail ? 1.71 'i I?fl% 71 "j
\i x O ctfi . . B2% BO N
mi Milling ? ID r. 17
,1 1 Hilling pi ? ?'??"?
I I-., 1... I 87% 84 10
*? '. '.' sA%
Tuin ?'it Rapid ? 1 .,l-i' 1 ' I?-' l.?2'. 143
L'nderwood Typewriting pr..U0% 110*4 ll*?*4
1 ni.m Him ' l'ai '
ni m -Bag 8 1 u- r Pi ? , :.i
Paclfk pr. ? ? B2 . 8a . '?3
1 tilted ?'?i- ir Ufa Pi ',H1 I"??? K?l
1 tilted Rj - in?.- tmeni pr. ?. .*>!'
r s ?? 1 hpe a !?" ?? ? '?' ? ?""'. DO .1
I site 1 stii..? Esprees. *?? M
I" B Iiiiii-.ui.-ii Alcohol. 24% 22 28
II s Indu trial Alcohol 11
1 ? Reell 1 ,?.- inn - -
.. if,..1 s- Running. ? ? 2 2 .i
n lion 4 Ref pr. M i-j,.
I' S Rubber lut i?r. il"-, 110-4 m
I' S Rutil., r an pr ,. 70 7?'.. 7?!'.
11- . 1.. 128
??''r.i?ii.i ftallwaj? * Power. ?1 -
n Miirylanil i,r.-I ,;,
Mfu' l?t pr.117% li:, 11,1
1 ?' ,V l.:?k- Krll : ; 4
1 le M pr. S ? '.. i,
.'? 1 TA
N. Y. AND OTH?R GAS SECURITIES.
HI,I .W'i j III.I
?Bins 'i :.?.. ..*? .*.i ? usl |i?r, 17??,
Q B| 102 I't't'i Pai * P O... ?fi on
?Be 1st S 5a.ie.: 1?,'? I *i- r ?i .'?*. 0I?4?
1 I ?;?? 23 ' Man.lar-i .." ?0
?In k <; 5? HI ; 44 l.t ?? . I'll 10?
?K C ?; I 88 1*4 ?! 1' OBS Is., OS uv'?
?M?U? in ?:. ii)4 nit? j-SH'O com ?la 10* 104
N : Usa It !?-.? ii'i :?y>? O l?t 6a.l0lV? 102W
?NYI:ER 51.104 M4 IB U A P 5s., 60<4 14 '
H
BANKCRS TRUST COMPANY
7 Wall Street - NEW YORK - 120 Broadway
Condensed Statement of Condition on December 21 st, 1911
as reported to the Banking Department of the State of New York
RESOURCES
Bonds aod Mortgages
Bonds and Stocks
Time Loans and Bills Purchased
Demand Loans
Cash on Hand and in Bank?
Exchanges for ( ?leering House
Real Estate
Accrued Interest Reeeirabt?
JAIWF.S S. ALEXANDER.
I'r*".].li?nt National Rank of Commerce, X?mt York
STEPHEN BAKER,
lr-v lea? Bc.nct ??I the Manhattan ?Ca., Hew Yotlt
SAMUEL G. BAYNE,
l'rev.feot Seaboard National Hank. Now York
EDWIN M. BULKLEY.
Spencer Trask * Co., Hankers, Kcw Yofk
JAMES G. CANNON.
i'resllen: Fourth National P.ank, New York
EDMUND C. CONVERSE.
Pre?, lent. New York
T. DeWITT CUYLER.
fit '-nt Commercial Trust Co., Philadelphia
HENRY P. DAVISON.
J P M itu Sc Co., linken. New York
RUDULPH ELLIS.
Pre.ident r-idelity Trust Co.. Ptiilade.phl?
E. HAYWARD FERRYS
Vice ? |-re-,i.lent Hanover National Bank. New York
$ 2.75O.0O0.0O
38,214.016.38
59.315.076.32
17.901.853.26
33.502.979.82
1.874,725.79
2.935.522.72
621.306.10
$157,115,480.39
DIRECTORS
WALTER E. i-REW.
President ' .om bichante Rank, New York
FRED K T. HASKELL.
VPres't Illinois Tritt ud Si.inct Bsak, Chicago
A BARTON HEPBURN.
Ouinoan ol the Board. Chase National Raak, N. Y.
FRANCIS L HINE.
President Pint National Bank. N. Y.
THOMAS W. LAMONT,
J. P. Morgtn it Co.. Hanker?, New York
EDGAR L MARSTON.
Blair ft Co., Basken. New York
JOSEPH I MART1NDALE.
President Chemical National Bank. Now York
GATES W. McGARRAH.
?'res t Med?tales' and Metala Ntt'l Bank, N. Y.
CHARLES D. NORTON.
V!,r I'residen: Fir.: National Rank, New Yurk
LIABILITIES
Capital
Surplus
I ndirided Pro??.
Unpaid Dividend
Deposits
Certified and Other
Outstanding Checks
Accrued Interest Papable
It corred for Taxes
S 5.0O0.OO0.0O
10.000.000.00
3.211,021. M
1,488.00
136.396,884.57
1.745.894.17
683.080.07
76.511.72
?157,115.480.39
WILUAM C. POiLLON. - r gn g m. y.
DANIEL E. FOMEROY. Tin n iSa-a. n. y
WILUAM H. PORTER.
J. P. Morgan ft ? .. Banker?, New York
DANIEL G. RE?D.
Vice-Pre?i.irnt liberty National Bank, New York
BENJ. STRONG. Jr.
EDWARD F. SWINNEY.
President I mi Nauonal ti.nk, Kansas City
GILBERT G. THORNE,
Vic.e-Presideat National Park Bank. New York
EDWARD TOWNSEND.
Pr-vl.-nt Importer?- ft Traders' Nat I Bank, N. Y.
ALBERT H. WICCiN.
Pres.dent Chase National Bank, Now York
SAMUEL WOOLVERION.
President Callatin National Bank, New York
E.C.CONVERSE./'re?/i/tW B. ST R O N Gt ?JR. Wee Pr?s, V?C.P O ILL O N. Vice Pr?s.
D. E. PO M E R O Y, Vice Pros. F.I.KENT, Vice Pros. K. B. t H O R N E . V??? Pr?s!
F. N. B. C L O S E , Secretory G. W. B E N TQ*N, Treasurer G. R I C H A f?p S. Asst.Socy.
H.W. DON OVAN, Asst.Treas; B.W JONES. Asst.Secy. H. F. WILSON . Jr. As.st.Secy.
R.H.GILES,. Asst. Tre<?s: , H. N . 0 U N H AM. Asst.Trcas. I . M'I C H A E L S , Tri si Officer
TO HOLDKR- OF
First Mortgage Five Per Cent. Bonds
Of TRl
ALLIS-CHALMER- COMPANY
Th?> default by IhS AU-S-CHALM-R8
COMPANX Is the payment of tho coupon due
January 1. 71? 1 _r. on it? Firs" Mortgage Five
l'?r Cant Ixinit? ami the declaration of the
'?? that the bu?in?-_i of the
company casne*. ho profitably continued unies?
uil'litioiidl working- capital be supplied and the
Lta*_aa radia ad, rc-ndor It essential that
the bondholders should act unitedly for the
protection of tt.??r Interests ?n?l the eOBServa?
tlon of tha t.UM.i.L-8? and property ot Ilia Com?
pany as a KoinK concern. The company hoe
staU'd that the bond? Issu???! ami nutiianding
In tho han.I? of purchus?-r? amount to 111,*
I4S.00S, and that Ihuo.Ooii In addition
been pledged a? collateral for loans. It also
state? that the current llabllltle? of the com?
pany. Including tho?? for which the BSOO,SO0
bonds are pledged, amount to $2,?70.0?)0. and
that the surplus of current assets over current
debt? Is estimated at $7.130.000. Thla eatl
in-it.- Is assumed to he on the basis of value to
a going conc?rn. Serious loss to thn bon-lhold
erf, as the principal creditors of the company,
may result If their Interests are not properly
represented and protected by a Bondholders
?'ommlttee authorized to take action on their
behalf The undersigned have heretofore
agreed to art as a Bondholders Protective
?"ommutee. an?! bondholder? ere again urged
promptly to deposit their bonds at the office of
the central TKD-T COUPANT or new
YORK, with the .tanuary 1st. 1012. coupon at?
tached, ?o be h*ld und*r the terms of the
Pond* older.?. Agreement of December 8. ISll,
of whl'h copies will be furnished on applica?
tion to th? Depositar?
? '.?rttfWtes of Deposit will he Issued by the
?KNTRAL TRl'PT COMPANY OF NEW
TORK. and application will be made In due
course to lut these ?'? rtlftcate? on the N'*w
York S'ork Exchange.
The ?viiiinilttee ha? arrangrd with the De?
posit? rv to advance to depositing bondholders
th" amount of the January 1st coupon upon
the ge. orlty of the respective bonds and cou?
pons deposit?d. Interest at the rate of flv?
per c*nt. per annum will b* <-harg*d by the
D'po.?'.
vo-k. ?omoory -? ISIS
.MME.?* N. UAMACK, Chali-mas ;
H HALTER UcAe.il.
C_____n W. COX.
PBSD. VOOKI, Jr..
JOHN H. McCLKMPNT,
It'.ii'llir.lilrr? Committee.
ri.-.N'KI.l.V L. Pvic ???"K. Secretary.
OTTTHKIE, RANOS A- VAN' PINPEREN. Coun?
sel
?"ENTRAI. TRUST ?"OMPAN' OF NEW
I is.'. Depositan
-.1 V. ?II Sir ? t \'e?- York.
N. Y. R. 0. BONDS
ARE SAFE
Il?*<-aii?M* principal ts assured by assets flv?
time? tt.?' .imount of bond? Issued.
lie? s n ?e tlil? enmpary ha? never deviated from
rlactpli "f purchasing real estate for
|..-t:n.,r.,nt ownership.
Ilerause Its buMne?? las been suco ??ful for
fifteen ><?<*?. with lacreealag ?trcngth. ??
curlty'. profit? and dividends.
He? ?use Its securities nr. not influenced 1 y
.1 or financial uncertatnt i. ??.
SPF.CIAL INCOME Q Q?fkf
BONDS P.\Y O i 00\X/0
10-YEAR 6" BONDS. $100
EACH, interest paid semi
annually by check, can be
bought outright or in annual
payments over a period of years.
Of-Sff $ I,?.?Ml.(Kill rcpitlil Investor? to ?late.
Circular r> d'sertbes our busiiiesa In detail.
Seal m '
NEW YORK REALTY OWNERS
Assets SJ.160.0UO. Cap. A tur. o?er 12.000,000
l?'i Ill-ill VVKNIV5, NEW TORS'.
The "Rainy Day"
is sure to come
but you will be prepared for it if
you have saved and invested wise?
ly in sound, marketable securities.
We can tell you about such
securities and buy them for you in
any amount you wish. No amount
is too small to receive our most
careful attention. Many high class
bonds are issued in denominations
of $100 and $5C0. Write for book
let. "Small Bonds for Investors."
BEYER&C0MPANY
"The tlumlritl liollur /load llouae"
52 William St., New York
THE AMERICAN 'I ? ?MA?'?'? ? COMPANY,
ill n \ New York,
J iiit.ili > I, uni;.
Notice IS :!"? transfer ln;oks
..t i'i. i . stored four pei renl (4%) soM bonds
?>r Ti.?- Ai aiiran Toba???? Company will aleas ut
clock i- M. Thursday, January IB, I'.il'
.m of ! Il? re : 'I'"' Pat ruurv I.
1.12, and re open ai ten ???<?!.?? k a. m., Fcbr'uary
-.'. 11? 1 _? J. v \\ HK'Kfl Treasurer.
t.* ? ' ' '
NEW YORK CITY BONDS.
iKurnl.-h.-.l by \V. N ?\.lir _ Co.. No. 4.') Cellar
street.)
?A.'.iite.i lot?seat io bo added.)
Uli Asked.
?? ,1 h ISS0, "i-. 'M.l??: i0fU
? t , it. ""i V"<> .103*4 102S
, ?iovei iber, IM7.UH'j 107*4.
?4?r. May, r?.:.. .H)""* Itftt
.r, mi..102 n.v,
?4?., May, 1911.IOS n _??-.
Ma? IMS.i?i."-4 ios
1931 . Uli1, uni
?4h. M.)\. IS?1. '?*-"- l?.o
. 1910.SB loo
U?, November, IBB0 M.os? <x<\
,4?. Noverob? r, IBM.I'?'? w,
? r, IM. '.V.. Ml ?T ?.
Way. IHM . M? ?.;??
.-i m . If?
?at?. NotemlJer, 1941....,.SS .sit?;
?11??..- maturltlea i:i-.?:i tf?l 1 4.-",'.f4 10 basis
?? *..u) Df- Intarctiangaabla IReslatered
?;: -1. ...I and ????.i|?oi).
SUNDAY'S NEW-YORK TR BUNE
Mailed any?//- ero in the United States
for $2.50 s year. ._. I
TO HOLDERS OF
First Refunding and Extensions Mortgage Bonds of the
WABASH RAILROAD COMPANY
THE UNDERSIGNED, as a COMMITTEE, ARE CONDUCTING, AS BXPBDI?
TIOUBLT AS POSSIBLE, AN INVESTIGATION OF Till-: FINANCIAL POSITION
ASD REQUIREMENTS OF TUL* WABASH RAILllOAD COMPANY AM? OF TH?
i HY8ICAL CONDITION AMi REQUIREMENTS OF ITS PROPERTIES TUB
COMMITTEE HAS RETAINED MESSRS PRICE, WATERHOUSE .<- CO. TO EX?
AMINE AND REPORT UPON THE FINANCIAL P08ITION AND ACCOUNTS OP
THE COMPANY, AND MR J. C. STL'HHS, LATE DIRECTOR OF TRAFFIC Of
UNION PACIFIC AND SOUTHERN PACIFIC BY8TEM8. TO EXAMINE AND
REPORT UPON THE CONDITION AND REQUIREMENTS OF THE PROPERTY.
The object of the Commute?' is t<> formula ta and earry out, in co-operation w itri
MESSRS. KUHN, LOEB A CO., BAWKEBS. such im-asures approved b} I ??
irilif?-?? and the Bank? rs, as may be hot adaptad to meet the wants ?rid de\??l?,|i the
poasibilitles of the property ami place the (financial Ktrueture of the Company upea s
sound and permanent basis.
Tue Committee already .??presents ? large amount of the OUtfctsndina boni? of
th?- above Laaua, the sqv -table tbust compabt or new yobx. Trustee
or tbe mortgage se.urlnK th bontla, is the Depositary or ti.?- Committee. The n< nd?
holders' Agreement lodjred ? 1th it mav b>- examine?!, .nul copies thereof obtain??!, at
It? Office, NO. 15 NASSAU .TREET. NEW YORK CITY. The Trust Conipan: -ill
r'.-ue Ct-rtiflcates of I?eposlt for depo-lted bunds. Application to list these rertit?
??it?-s on the New fork Stock Exchange will be made In due course. The Bon-i.
holders' Aarsamant albinia ?it'po.-'itinK bondholders an opportunity of witiuii-.twin-* ta- ?
case the plan of reorganization formulated by the C?mnYlttee should not meet with,
their approval, and limits the contribution of withdrawing bondholders toward? ?:.?
expenses of the Committee to one per cent.
In view of the appointment of reoeivers for the Railroad Company and tl.#
default In the payment of the six montha' interest due January 1, i:?)2, on the ahove?
?nentioned bonds, the Committee ha:? made arrangements with the ?Jankers to advance
to the Committee the funds necessary to enable it to advance such interest to
ltor? of bonds und the (Committee Intends to make provision for takinK ? i
advance? in any plan approved by it. Coupon bends should have the January I. 151?,
and ail nub-sequent coupons attached ami registered bonds sho .Id be accompanies
by proper instruments of transfer in blank.
The Committee urges upon all bondholder.- the importance of promptly deposit?
In* their bonds with The Equitable Trust Company of New York. i<> the end that the
Committee may have the fullest, yosslbl.. co-operation of bondholders In such mea-.
ures as may be found desirable for the immediate pi<?te? tlon and lmprov?;ment <?f ths
security and the sound reorganization of the property in the interest of the bond?
holders.
The Committee deems It propsr to state that It was constituted at the Instance
of the Trustes of ths mortgags sscnrlng the abo<*e-mentioned bonds and as a meat?
ure of proteotlon for the bondholders, to which the Trustee requested and received
the acquiescence of the Baliroad Company.
The slcgls object of the Committee la the sound nnd independent reorganization
of The Wabash Baliroad Company in the interest of the holders of the First Befund?
Ing and Extensions Mortgsgs Bends, and nous of Its members has any inconiiattat
commitments or relations to other properties or reorganizations.
Dated New York, January 2. 1912
ROBERT GOELET,
EDWIN KAV/X.EY,
THOMAS K. 11UBBABD.
AZ.VIIT W. XBECH,
BOBEBT FLEMING
JOBANNES LUDEN,
WINSLOW S. PIERCE, Chairman,
Committee.
II. R WIXTHIK'P. Secretary,
IS wall Btracti
MURKA?. PRENTICE A HUWLAND.
PIERCE & GREER.
Counsel
THE EQUITABLE TRUST COMPANY OF NEW STORK,
Depositary
TO HOLDERS OF
First Refunding and Extensions
Mortgage Bonds of the
Wabash Railroad Company
Receivers have been appointed of the Wabash Railroad Company,
and the coupons for interest on the above bonds which matured on
January 1, 1912, have not been paid.
The undersigned, owning and representing large amounts of the
above bonds, have formed a Committee for the protection of the
holders thereof. No one of the undersigned Committee is in any
way connected with the present management of tho Wabash Railroad,
under which the recent receivership and default have been brought
about.
To the end that co-operation of all of the bondholders may be
secured, the undersigned Committee requests the holders of the Re?
funding and Extensions Mortgage Bonds to deposit their bonds, with
coupons maturing on and after January 1, 1912, with the Centra!
Trust Company of New York. 54 Wall Street. New York City, as
Depositary, which will issue its certificates of deposit therefor under
the Agreement of Deposit dated December 20, 1911, under which this
Committee has been formed.
The Committee has arranged to advance to the bondholders who
may deposit under this agreement the amount of the unpaid instal?
ment of interest defaulted on January 1. 1912, but it should be clearly
understood that such advance constitutes a loan secured by the bonds
and coupons deposited. The offer to advance interest on deposited
bonds?by this or any other committee?is intended merely for con?
venience of depositors, who should realize that the acceptance of
such advance is optional with them. Depositors who do not care to
accept will be at no disadvantage, since any reorganization terms
must apply equitably to all depositors under this agreement.
Copies of the agreement of deposit may be obtained from the
Depositary. The agreement provides opportunity for depositing bond?
holders to withdraw in case the plan of reorganization formulated
by the Committee is not approved by them, and limits the contribu?
tion to the expenses of the reorganization of bondholders who so
withdraw to one per cent, of the face amount thereof. Application
will be made in due course to list the certificates of deposit on the.
New York Stock Exchange.
New York, January 2, 1912.
JAMES N. WALLACE. Chai-man.
President Central Trust C mpany of New York.
HENRY R. CARSE.
Vice-President Hanover National Bank. New York.
WILLARD V. KING,
President Columbia Trust Company, New York.
JOHN J. MITCHELL.
President Illinois Trust & Savings Bank, Chicago.
ROBERT L. MONTGOMERY.
Montgomery, Clothier & Tyler, Philadelphia.
H. K. POMROY.
Pomroy Brothers, New York.
WILLIAM A. READ.
William A. Read & Co.. New York.
J. HERNDON SMITH.
A. G. Edwards & Sons, St. Louis and New York.
ALEXANDER M. WHITE.
White, Weld & Co.. New York.
ALBERT H. WIGGIN,
President Chase National Bank, New York.
SPOONER & COTTON, FRANKLIN L. BABCOCK.
Counsel. Secretary.
CENTRAL TRUST COMPANY OF NEW YORK, Depositary,
54 Wall Street. New York City.
American Telephone ?4 Telegraph Co.
Four I'er Cent Collateral Trust llonil?
Coupon? from the?.: Pond?, payable by l!|. ir
tenus on Ja.ius.rv I, HO'-, al tha ??ill? ?? of th?
Traaaarar in n--,? York, will lt*s i>_i?i )?>? ?h?'
Mi.iihHttan Tiusl ? '?.mi-ii.?. 119 Br?**_wajr.
WILLIAM R DRIVBB. Treasurer.
"??? CHARTER*-:? IW
Union Trust Co. of New York
h?i n??? vf?\i \v
l'lflb Ai.. g ?gtg m. 1,'lftr A'/?.. _ ?-?I?St.
Capital ft Surplus $8,000,000
Ml???? Interest on lleposlt?
_
FiDEL?TT ?RU3T COMPA?iT
Th. r-i-nual meeting of the ?t?v-kh<>ld*r?J
t!?. KLielltj? Trust Company of New TO?? rf
,,?. ,.,,.,.,..?. of Direct...'.', the app"*li?'"";?.
,. ... i?-?..-for? of Ei.'.tlon. an?! foi ?h* ??-??
t!,.
t .i- Inspectora of Blectlon, aJMtar t
action of auch other i.u?tu?-s? as m?> i>r?periy
? ..in?- before ?aid meeting will be huid ?? *??
nrflce of ihe ?Company, corner of chambers ?n*
Hudson Stieets, New York. <?n ?AV.Itf ?"<?*:
January 17th, Uli'.', between the heoi- ?*?
twelve o*clock noon and one o'clock P. M
ANDREW II MARS, f"ecr?"?n
.lam.,ii. i. li'l'-' j--jjj
MEETINGS. _,
vNNI a I. MBKTINd ?JE THE SHA*?*,;
The Teachers Hull.ll.iu ?nd ??**.
?:,,., for ihe ele.iion ?>f .?flu-era ?i?<l ?
tl I .1 -, .nul Hie .?'.i;-. I tl 'li nf ?IK- "'I* ,5|L"
(je?*- ?_ ?.a ?e??_F"''|v ' "'"?* **efore I?. ? ?? ?
held at their o^ce, IM Elflh A veau?. r.?x*
l'.'l. on iri'tav. .Ui:?__\ 12th, al 4 P- - I?"*
L**S?_a from I to 6. ? __?
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