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SECURITIES WANTED AND OFFERED
Z Parke Davis
By-Products Coke
?rillette Saf. Raz. Stk & Rts
National Motors
Packard Mot. Com. & Pfd.
Rolls Royce Com. & Pfd.
Dormer Steel Pfd.
Westinghouse Church Kerr
American Light & Traction
Goodyear T. & Rub. 7' 5 Pfd
Firestone T. & Rub. 7% Pfd.
Curtiss Aeroplane Pfd.
Morton Lachenbmch. & Co.
4-J Etetsod Strfccfc- I??w *Vbx'lv_?
tmcAoo dctroit Philadelphia Pittsburgh
?s.
?? M
J.K.RiceJr.&Co.WiLBuy
100 American Cyaiuunld l'fd.
100 American Plano Pfd.
200 Aetna Explosivos Pfd.
25 ( rowcll Publish. Com.
J 50 Ca.sein Co. of America
25 Hudson Trust
10M International Salt ?S
100 Kerr Navigation
25 Mechanics Hank of Brooklyn
100 Norwegian-Amer. (S. S.) l.lne
100 N. Y. State Rys. ( on?. & Pfd.
25 Niagara Insurance
100 Pooahontas Fuel
100 Standard Oil of N*. J. Pfd.
25 I'nited States Fire Ins.
50 Texas Par i fir Coal & Oil
100 Ward Huking Pfd.
J.K. Rice, Jr, & Co.Will Sell
200 American Cyanamid Pfd.
50 American Meter
100 Atlas Portland (erneut torn.
20 ltn.uk of America
25 Columbia Trust
25 Franklin Trust
100 Hudson Insurance
25 H. W. Johns-ManvUle Com.
155 Lehigli Valley Coal Sales
25 Mergenthatcr l.Lnotjue
100 Norwegian-Amer. (S. 8.) Line
25 Midland Securities
100 N. Y. State Kys. Com. & Pfd.
25 Stat? ?ank "Rights"
100 Texas Pacific- Coal & Oil
100 Ward Baking Com.
100 Tide? ater OU "Bights"
J.K.Rice,Jr.&Co
Phones 4000 to ?010 John. 38 Wall St.. N.T.
Central Aguirre Sugar
Kirby Lumber Com. & Pfd.
Woodward Iron Com.
Western Maryland 1st Pfd.
.Mercantile Stores
$TOCK?BONDS?SCRIP
k <r ?- i??????
Indiana & Illinois Coal Corp.
I Bought?Sold?Quoted
Wm. C. Orion & Co.
25 Broad St.. N. Y. Phone 7160-1-2 Broad
*? _ _
~1 '
BUY?SELL
MIDWEST REFINING CO.
MERRITT OIL CORPORATION
EMC BASIN PETROLEUM CO.
INTERNATIONAL PETROLEUM
? =-IMPERIAL OIL CO., LTD.
SAPULPA REFINING CO.
HOUSTON OIL CO.
ATLANTIC LOBOS OIL
MAGNOLIA PETROLEUM CO.
NATIONAL FUEL GAS CO.
HUMBLE OIL & REFINING CO.
COSDEN & CO.
GULF OIL CORP.
PRODUCERS & REFINERS CORP.
CARLH.PF0RZHE5MER&C0.
Dealer? in Standard Oil Securities
fhotif? 4880-1-2-3-1 Broiid. ?5 Srosd St.. N. Y.
Semet-Solvay
Steel & Tube Prof.
General Baking
Central Aguirre Sugar
Mercantile Stores
Lord & Taylor
Indian Refining
Franklin Trust Co.
Industrial Finance
T. H. Symington
Bought and Sold
Dawson &@
4a Wall St. Tc!. John 6444
Texas Pacific Coal & Oil
Indian Refining
Central Aguirre Sugar
Fajardo Sugar
Aetna Explosives 6s
Colombian Emerald
Tennessee Ry. & Light
American Tobacco Scrip
CCKerr&Co.
2 Wall St, N. Y. Phone 6780 Rector
>
Seriell Urotbera
Ihtblic ??iiihj ?prttr?iu
111 Srua?uiay. 3?. g.
Republic Railway
& Light Company
Preferred Stock
Privat? Phonrs to Philadelphia *. Uoston
Whitman & Barnes
American Thread
Stern Bros.
FREDERIC H. HATCH & CO.
Established 1888.
Phone Rector 6340. 74 B'way, New York.
Wire Connections Boston, Clilcago & Philadelphia.
5?
Texas Pac. C 4 0. Bank of America
City Investing Central Aguirre Sugar
New Jersey Zinc Fajardo Sugar
Stone,Prosser & Doty'
%2 William St. Hanover 7733
1 " 8 )
Public Utilities
1114.
Am T.tc-ht * Traction.1?0
pr
-l< Bl?
P.
Ad Iront!
do pf . 7S
Am Clnt * Electric.195
do pf. KO
Am Power A Muht.'.. ?tt
do pf . 71
Am PuMIo Ctllltle?. S
do pf . 22
Am Water-work? Bleotrlc. 2
Am W W ,t- B parti.-, pf... 4
do 1st pf. 50
Carolina Power & Light. 82
('it;, s Sen lec.300
?I" pf ..'... 72
Cities Service bankers ctfj
Cities S.-r 7 po ser C. 196?
Colorado Power.
( !ol ?rado Power pf.
Com Pr Rv A 1,.
A?lte<V
ior.
11
17
S2
129
41
70
74
13
27
4
72%
42%
108
17
do pf.
70
Traction. *
j.'.. !sso
pf.. so
1^,1,1 \ri.M .y r.i.-i- ^?'ji ,?.m?i
Electric il.md & 8haro pT
Empire nistrict Electric pf.
Federal LIkIH &
do i>i".
(?as * Electric Seeuriw
Gas & Electric SecurltUr
Northern Ohio Electric.
Northern Ohio Electric pf.... r>0
Northern Ontario l.t A Power, li
Northern Ontario l.t S? Pow pf 55
Northern States Power..!. GO
do pf . S7
Pa. if). I ins S El. el ric pr. S?
Republic Ry .< Light Co. I".
do pf . .'. 43
Southern Cal Edison. 91
do pf .10U
Standard Gas & Electric. 25
do pf. 40
Tenu Ry l.lffht & Tower. I'
Tenn Ry Light ? Tower pf...
I l'nited Licht & Rys. 28
do 1st. pf.
Western Tower
44
168
20
95
21
44
o:i
94
75
9
47
4S0
85
29
55
14
no
104
27
32
63
23
7!
Ronda
1st ?IS.
Blec 5s.
Appalach Pot
Cincinnati Gas
Col lias ? Ble
Co! Power '63. 78
Hallas Elec 5s, '22. 39%
Ka-t Texas Elec 6s '4". 75
do 7s '21. P0
El Paso Elec col 5s. 85
Great West Power 5a "46. S2
Midwest Util ?s '26. R7
MISS Hiver Tower 1st 5s. 74%
Northern Ont Light &? P. 6s... 72
Northern States Power '?s 'L'ti. S6
Lacillo Has & Hier 6s "31. 8?
Puget Sound Tra.- I. * P?7s... 97.
Twin City C .i E 5s. 75
Un Light R 1st 6s '32. 75
Card-Am.. 20
do pr?t". 70
C Agruirre. 90
Fajardo . .150
tit West.. 40.)
do pref.ll.".
Sugar Stocks
Bid. AskeJ.i
Am p:
70*
100
00
76%
77
77
hi
?foal
?Mi\>'
Bid. Asked.
ligan.. 12
ional . 14".
uero.225
Gnnta'mo.
Mat-Am .
4 20
1 18
82
15
5 $ Cecelia..
. d:> pref.
Savannah..
do rref.
Chemical ?stocks
Am Cyan . 30
do prcf. 47
Ry-Prod ..100
Cassin Co. 47
now Ch..200
Du P C p 9
Fed Chem.100
do pref.
Graselli . .167
do pref. 100
35
.52
115
53
10
106
L00
172
102
Hook Elec. 05
do pref. 65
Ky Solvay. 90
Merc Co p !l!<
Mwrrimac. 8 S
Mulford Co 53
Nisaf Alkp 95
Semet C..165
Solv Poc.190
115
98
92
56
100
175
Tobacco Stocka
Conley Foil.300 B30|Porto R-A T.135 340
G W* Holmes. 155 160 \R J Reyn A.540 5.0
do pref.. 09 103 do ser B.440 470
J S Young.. 120 140| do pref...107 ]?9
do pref .. 95 100 Weyman-B .108 175
Mac A ? F .160 1671 do pref... 98 102
Steel and Ordnance Stocks
Iras?.222 227 l?ast .Steel. .'?7 39
bast
, b'mi
Am Brn.ss.222
Atlas Pw.152 157
do pref. 89 91
Bab ?k W.120 124
Bliss, EW.4 20 47;C
do pref. 02 68
Can JT&F.195 205
Carb S?..100 110
do 1 pf.107 110
do 2d pf 70 75
Colts Ama 58 62
I) P Pow.270 3S0 i
?Ex dividen?.
Miscellaneous Stocks
.Steel. 37
H & I 27
do pref. 07)
??Here P.. 222
do pref.107\
Nilea B-P. 106
' do prcf. i "7
S?ov ML,-.!oo
'?'horn Iron 30
Win Car. .400
Woodward. 45
Am Chicle 85
do pr?t. t;>
Am Leath. 68
do pref. 0!?
Am Mfg. .17!?
do pref. 87
Am M&F.100
Am Typ F 14
A D T NJ 25
ADC pf 98
At la* P C 70
B B&S 1 p 88
do 2<i pf 70
Bor C Mk.ll I
Rush r pf 77\
Celluloid .150
Childs Co. 90
do pref. 97.
City Inves 77?
Col E Sy.750
Crk W pf. 96
D L & W.170
F R 1st pf 97V
Draper C 141
Int. Sil pf. 95
Leh V S C 87
110
110
420
35
97
S8 I Lima L pf :"
85 Nat Cash . ! 15
75 N J Z wst 280
97 N Co 1 tpf.103
182ft Q'Neill pf. 98
90 iPhclps D.240
? I Phil J Cor 67
48 ' do pref. 92
35 P & W pf. 95
9s '.it H Reis & C 25
'.". do pref. 87
92 JRj Buk P.140
?? do pref. 90
113 'Sinner Mgl63
85 S?L IM&S 43
155 !:*>U S pf.102
97. ;:-?d w pf.102
100 : Stern B p.105 ft 108
80 T&PC&OIJ.109 11 '
850 Valvol pf.lOt
101 IV Raalt In 42
? do pref. 84
; 100 W C Kcrr. 7.0
145 i do pref. 84
100 W <fc R pf.100
90 Yale .<? T.262
104
92%
91
150
94
167
47
105
103&?
107
55
8?)
103 .
New York Bank Stocks
.615
.217
.215
.420
.1-0
America
Atlantic
Am Exch..
Battery
Bowery .. .
Bryant P.
Bwav Cent.ir.Q
Bronx Nat. 160
Butch & D. 25
Chase .4 70
Chut & P. .320
Chelsea Ex. 125
Chemical .. .585
Citz Nat...2(10
City .400
Coal & I. ..247,
Colunia! ...350
Commer?a ..2 lo
Columbia ..200
Corn Exch..480
Cosm p'ton.110
Com'cial E. .415
Com'wealth. 2-1
Cuba .170
F.ast River. .160
Fifth N?t.. 17,0
Fifth Ave. ,900
First Nat. .985
Foreign T B125
630 ..tirfield N .
??Cloth...m ..
? Greenwich
225 Harriman
? Hanover .
16Ci Industrial
.235
.200
.375
.370
.820
.205
160 ia>. ?? Trad.600
ISO/L-vln? H'ht.390
,4C
.280
.250
.460
.340
.490
'loo
? - Liberty
480 Lincoln ..
330 Manhat Co.
?! M eel i <S M.
? Metroo'tan
270 Mutual . . .
?110 Merchants
? New Ncth.
? N V N B A.4:?
24; ! ark .750
? Pacific _1:7.
-?Produce Ex.375
? Public .235
? ? Seaboard .. .650
230 Second _400
. 80 State .210
? 23d Ward..130
?HJn States..170
950 Union Ex.. .185
1015 W'chester A.200
1351 Yorkvillc ..375
400
840
010 !
<Z0
465
297,
4(77,
360.
245 i
210:
700
425
140
195
Trust and Security CVimnanies
Alliance ... 80
tAm Trust. ?
Am Surety.. 80
Rankers . . ,3S0
Bond & M.220
Bklyn T Co.500
Cent Union. 420
Columbia . . 27,7.
Commercial 150
Empire Tr.300
Equitable . .3C9
Farm 1.& T. M o
90 Lawyers T. 130
?'Lincoln Tr.175
84 Manufac'ers.205
390 Mercantile .290
240 Mairopi 1 .. .300
515 Mike Bond.. 90
410 Mut T of W.105
65 Nat Suretj .. : ?<
160 :>N Y Title. 142
N York T. .025
N Y L I&T.725
450 Peoples .... 220
260 Realty Asso.1 10
260 Scand!nav'n.890
240TU1? G fi T.297,
405 Ci, S ta tea.. 875
265 ?: S M .V- T.415
170 U S T Ciar 80
665 WefetchcBti r. 130
12.VW.t-R T&M.1S5
TSee New York Title and Mortgage.
iOwns all American Trust Company.
Insurance Companies
Franklin
Fulton
Fidelity ...
Guaranty .
Hamilton .
Hudson T.
Kinns Co. .
,0
27,0
230
395
150
,640
Lawyers M . 1 20
Am Alliance.2,0
City of N Y.120
Com'nwlth. .2^0
Continental. 78
Fid & Phoe.700
Franklin ... SO
Globe & R.1000
Great Am. .110
?\m rts. . 157
Hanover ... 80
325 Home .580
82 Nat Liberty.170
720|Niagara . . .2,10
94 BtuyvcsanL. 50
Westchester. 38
430
137
95
127
747.
31 0
120 '
910 ;
?107,
?127.
S5
140
175
102
610
260 !
41
Standard Oil Stocks
Bid Asked
Anglo-American Oil. Co, Ltd.. -<'l? 27 >~
Atlantic Refining Co.147:. 1490
do pf . 1 I 8 yt 114 Vi
Borne-Scrymser Co . 4:i0 4i,ft
Buckeye Pipe Line . gg ioo
SECURITIES WANTED AND OFFERED
Louisiana
Oil and Refining
Stock and 6s. 1927
Kiely & Horton
40 Wall St., N. Y. - Phone John 6330
Mark A. -Noblt
.Th?odore C. Corwin
NOBLE & CORWIN
25 Broad t4t. New York
Corn Exchange Bank Rights
Great American s Ins. Rights
Travelers Insurance Rights
Telephone llllyltrond
I I I
TIM. A?.'kd.
Ohesebrough Mfg Co, cone.... 346 2*J
?lo i?r. 107 110
Continental Oil Co. 525 645
Crescent Pipe Une . 31 87
Cumberland Pipo Uno. i2:2 126
liuroka Pipo Mne . US' 152
Oalcnn Signal "11 Co pf, new.. "?'? 09
do pf. old. 104 108
do com. to 88
Illinois Pipe Line. 172 177
Imperial oil. Ltd. 12'. 135
Indiana Pipe l.lno. ns mo
International Pol Co, t i <i. .. 00% 68
New York Transit . IS4 188
National Transit Co. 34
Northern PI pi bine Co. "502 106
Ohio Oil Co. ..." 362
Penn-Mex I'u-i Co. '? HO 65
Prairie oll ?- Gas.. f50 6C0
Prairie Pipe l.lno. 25? 202
South Pi in ol? Co . R20 830
Solar H? (IntnK Co. 850 370
Southern Pipe Line. 168 I?2
Southwest Penn Pipe Unes... 97 lOtl
Standard Oil of California.... 320 826
do of Imllnnn . 715 730
do of Kansas. G25 000
tin of Konl ucky. 4:to 45?
do of Nebraska. 51" 626
do of Now Jersey . 75o 700
do pfd . i 15 1 16*4
do oi Ne? Vori;. i.;;; * :;,
do of Ohio pC . 110 112
Swan & Finch.'. 100 110
Union Tank Car Co. l 00 1 10
Miscellaneous Oil Companies
Bid. Aake?
Atlantic bobos Oil I '<?>. com 5 - 66
Atlantlo Lobos Oil Co, com... 6 0 6S
Atlantic 1.oho? Oil pfd. 116 14S
Oo.iiI.mi Sr Co. ? 9%
Houston Oil Co, Ltd. 120 130
Magnolia Petroleum Co. 420 440
Merrill Oil Corporation. 21% 21 %
Midwest Refining Co . 164 16?
National Fuel * Gas Co. 146 166
Northwest Oil Co. 35 40
Plerco Oil . 03 ?6
Producers Henning Co. 9% 9%
?apulpa Refining Co. i; i.a 6%
New York City Bonds
Seourlty. rate, maturity. Rid A.?ik Yield
Inter -I '._, <?, June, 1066.... 98% 99% 4 5 2
do -I'js, July, 1967 . . . 98% 99% 4.52
do 4"is, March, 1963... 9S% 99% 4 52
do 4%s, M & M, 1957.. 98% 99% 4.52
do 4%s, April, I960... 92% 93% 4 58
do 4%s, March, 1904.. 92% 93% ?'?'?*
do 4%s. March. 1962.. 92% 93% 4.58
do 4%s, Sept. I960.... 92% 93% 4.59
do 4>ts, M, 1960, op TiO 92% 93% 4.59
do 4%a May, 1959..., S<o,t H9% 4.69
do 4a, Slay, 1968. 68 % 89% 4.59
do 4s, Mar, 1 r-."? 7. 88% 89% 4.60
Reg 4,---, Nov. 1956-66.... fls 89% 4.67
do 4s, Nov 1936. 92% 93% 4.66
Inter 4%s, Nov 1954. 79% 82 4.60
Coup SVis. May 1964..... 79V, 82 4.60
Reg 3%s, 1950-'54, ?no... 470 - 4.4?
do 3%s. N 1940-T.9, inc.470 ?? 4.40
Re? & Coup (serial) 4%s,
June, 1919-'30, inc.... 405
New York S< ?te Bonds
Can Imp 4%s, Jan. 1964..107 108% 4.07
High Imp 4V2s. Sent. 1963.107 108% 4.07
Canal Imp 4%s, Jan 1966.101- -
Markets in
Baltimore
Sales Open High Dow Last
lOCml Credit pf. 25 25 26 25
220Cosden . ? 0 8% 8%
10 do pf . 4% 4% 4% 4 %
16 Cont Tr .190 190 ion l?o
440Con Power . . 100 % 100% 100 100
05 Con Coal .... 80 80 75% 7;?%
246 Davlson . 38% 38% 37% 37%
2 Fidelity Dep..l29% 129% 121'% 121'%
25 Houston Oil pf X7% 87% 87 87%
100 Kentucky Oll. 4% 4'? -t % 4%
830 M & M 1st Nat 20 29 28% 23%
4 5 Mt Vernont .. 69% 69% B9% 59%
426 Md Cas rights 18% 18% is IS
100 Pa Water P.. 70 79% 70 70%
60 United Ry ... 13 13 13 13
Bond*
J40?0 Ala <~o 1st 6s. 87% 87% 87% ?7%
HOOOOosden Os, V. 9G 9ti 96 !irt
1000 City 3%s . . 89 S'j 89 89
C000 Vn Ry 1st Is. 00% 66% 60% 06%
Boston
200 Am Zinc _ 18% 18% 18 % 18%
15Ahmoek . 72 72 72 72
50 Anaconda .... ,61 61 61 ?1
150 Ariz Coml .. 13% 13% 13% 13%
30 Pig Heart ... ? 8 8 S
25 On! *? Ariz... 63% 63% 63% 03%
:. Cal & Heels . .390 390 _ 20" 300
345 i 'arson . 28 % 28 '-i 28 2 -
10 Copper Range. 45% 45% 45% 15%
C20 Davis Daly ... 12 12 11 % 12
176 East Butte .. 14% 14% 14% 14%
150 Franklin . 3% 3% 3% 3%
100 Hancock . 6 5 6 :
136 Helvetia . 3% 3% 3% 3%
20 Inspiration ... 66% 50% 56% 66%
10 Mass Con .... 6% 6 % 5% 6%
210/Mayflower O C. S% 8% *? % 8%
20 Mohawk . 67% 68 67% OS
116 New Cornelia . 21% 21% 21 21
40 New Idria ... 7% 7% 7% 7%
2025 North Butte .. 10% IS 16% 1"
200 North l.alc .. 75c 76c 50c 60c
6 Quincy . 61 61 61 HI
130 Seneca . 16% 16% I '; :1 1?%
1565 Sup ? Bost .. 5% 5% 5% . %
10 Trinity . 2 : - ?'
300 Tuolumno .... I % 1% : % 1 's
102, u H Smelters. 7? 71% 70 71%
130 do pf . 4 7 47 40% 46%
100 Utah Apex ... 2%- 2% 2% 2%
240 Uta h Cons ... 5 0 % 9 914
30 Utah Metals .. 2% 2'2 2% 2%
Railroads
8 3 Bost Ele .... 64 64% 64 64%
1 do pf . S5 85 86
208 Boat &- Maine. 24 34 32% 32%
81 do pf A. ... 4 4 44 4t 44
10 Maim- Cent . . 04 65 64 05
50N V, N II & 11. 27% 2S 27% 27%
265 West Eird ... 43% 43% 13 4;i
6 do pf . 63 53% 53 53%
Miscellaneous
44 Am Agr Ch. 93 04 93 9 1
52 Am Agr Ch, pf 95 96 96 95
10a.i1 Oil. 5% 6% 5% 5%
10 Amoskeag ...147 147 147 147
361 Am Tel & Tel. o:>Tv 100 99% 9! %
172 Am Wool pf. .105% 1U?% 104% 104%
425 Bost Mex Pet. 2% 2% :.!;! 2%
100 Century . 6% 6% .'. '-j 6%
125 Clinton Wire. 28 2S'4 2N 2-S
75 Eastern fllfg. 32% 34% 33% 34
100 East Boston.. 5% 6% 5% 5%
110 Eastern S S.. 22 22 22 22
04 Edison .153 164% 153 154
:/o Elder . 33 23 33 S3
38 General Elec.166% 166% 166% 160%
100 Gray . 43% 43% 43% 43%
1 In Cot Mills pf 95 95 95
30 Int Prt Com. 21% 22 21% 22
110 Island Oil- 5% 6% 5% 5%
1 1 I.ibi.v ....... 2.0a 26% 26% 26%
5 Loi WS . 1" 10 10 10
51 Muss Gas pf. 61 6] 60 00
16 M'Elwn 1st pf.100 1U0 100 100
20 Mulllns Body. 46% 46% 46% 40%
666 Nal I.i-alher.. 15% 16% 14% 14%
20 N 10 Tel. Sk 88 8S 88
210 Ohio Body. . . . 2.4 % 34% 34 % 24%
25 Pun?a Al Sur. s^i^^ 89% ?O's SO'?
13 Pacific Mills. .172% 172% 172 172
60 Boot . 51 61 61 5 1
187 Swift & Co_126 126 125% 126%
267 Swift lull .... 51% 52% 61% 52
10 I'm Drg 1st pf 51 % 61% 51% 51%
6 United Fruit . . 195 195 195 195
2316 United Shoe... 16 40 45 45%
?0 do pf . 25 26 25
1070 Ventura . 15 15% 14% 15%
455 Waldorf . 19% 19% 19 19
24S Wal Watch .. 42?$ 44 43 42
C00 Walworth .'... 25 25% 24% 25%
Boikds
?2000 A C4 W I 5s.. 7S% 7?% 7?% 71%
2000 C B Ci 4s. 94 94 94 94
2000 Chi Jet 5s.... 88% 83% 83% 83%
50..0 K C M .<!? B Is. 70 70 70 70
1000 "Miss River 6s. . 70 70 70 7-;
5000 Swift 5s. 90% 90% 90% 90%
Boston Curb
Bid. Asked nul. A-k?d
Blk H?wk..l 1 1-1?,Mex Metals. 3 18
Bohemia ... 1 1%-Mld Moss...67 70
Bos & Mon..70 72 MoJ Tung...10 12
Calaveras ...? 1% Monarch.. 97 99
Champion .. 1 3 Ml I. .v Z.. 6 m
Chief Con... 5% 5 % Nev Doug. .12 16
Con Copper. 4 Va 6 New Baltic. 3 % 4
r*rown Rsv...30 45 Nixon.IS 20
Denbigh ...30 35 Onondaga ..15 30
Eagle BB.a 1-16 2% Orpheum ..32% 32%
Fortuna .... 1 3 iPilgrliu _25 28
Gad8den ... 1% 1% Pioneer _ 1% 1%
Homa.14 16 Ranger Pet.- ? 60
Houghton ..75c 1% Rainier .. . . 7o no
Iron Bloss. .30 40 ISnven Met.. 27 2S
Iron Cap ...10 13% S W Ml f p. 3% 4
Jerome Vrd.CO 65 Texana ... 32 36
I.a Kose ...35 45 le Verde Ex.39%40%
Majestlo ...19 20 ?Yukon . 1% 1%
Chicago
20 Am Phlpbdg pf 80 SO so so
110 A Pick ex dlv. 4 5 45 45 4 5
950 Armour pf_107% 108 106% 106%
105 Bunte . 15 15 15 15
60 Brlscoe . 70 7o 70 70
140Cudahv .101 101 101 101
134 Comwlth Ed..107% 108 107% 107%
620 Coin Motor... 13% 13% 13 13
210Deere & Co pf.101 101% 101 101%
20 Dl Mth ox dv.123 123 120% 120iu?
60 Godchaux .... 27 27 27 27
630 Hupp . 15% 15% 15% 15%
20 Bart S & M. . 93 93 93 93
670 Hartman .105 106 105 105
50 Ills Brick . . . 70 so 79 go
130 J I Case Plow 20% 20% 20% 20%
2 0 do 1st pf. . 0 7 9 7 97 0 7
991 I.ibbv . 27% 27% 27% 27%
20 Mid W Util pf. 4 1 41 41 41
1235 Mont. Ward .. 38 28'.? 88 SS
4s55 Nat Leather... 16 16 14% 14%
185 Orpheum .... 32% 32% 82% 32%
32 Quak O pf X dlv 95% 95% 96%' 95%
66 Reo Motor . 27 27 " 26% 26%
20 Stand Gas pf. , ti 4i 41 II
50 Sears-Roebuck.236 220 220 226
lb do pf.116 116 116 116
990 Shaw W I.... 73% 73% 71% 72
2260 Stew-Warner. . 41% 41% 41 41%
926 Swift & Co. ..126 126% 125% 125%
1325 Swift Int. 52% 53 52 52
26 Temtor A. 46 46 46 46
25 Thompson... . 49% 49% 49% 49%
1923 Union Carbide. 72 72% 71 71
16 Wilson pf. 98 9S 98 98
llSWrlgley . so SO so so
706 Wahl . 42% 42% 10% 11
Bonds
?1000 Chi C Ry 1st 5s. 72% 72% 7.' 72%
i.w.(j ?w.tt Ut 5s... lute ill* Jl " m
Security, rate, maturity. Bid Ask TleUl
llli;h Imp 4'ns. Mur 1PC5.101- -
11 Can Tor 4 V,a. Jan, 1945.101 ?? ?-?
High Imp 4s, Mfir 1967... 08 hd -"
High Imp 4s. Mar 19(10
?..?j inc . os s,
(I,, 4s. M ,v S, 1963.... 98'., -"-?
Tunal Imp 4m. ,T ?. .1.
1060-'tl2 lio- . ORVj
il,. Jan. 1012 1041",. 98 tJ?
Pal S l'i"!'. la, Mai. 1981. 08% -"
Federal Farm l.onn Ronds
4t4? Nov 1938 op i'.';:;. 99Mi 100?;
i i.jh lono op i!>'.' i. oo '4 ion ';
|i'.v May 1937 op 102s. OO'i 1001.,
;,s May 193* op 1022.1 0 1 ?t 10 2'?
Short Term Securities
Security, rat,-, maturity. Bid. Ask. YMd
Am Cotton "Il l'a, 1924.. 97<V? l"H? 6-45
Am Tel ? Tel I".. 1022., O."."* 9?Vi T.fifi
.1.1 (is, 1024 . 95<4 0? 7.1B
M:, Thread 6n, 1928.100 101'4 5.W
Am Tobacco 7s, 10:',0.lOlK-fc 1 01 l? 6 J?
do 7a, 1921.101 ion? fl.?r>
do 7.,. I !"-."_?.10! Mi .10?'i C16
do 7m, 102:t.102 102'A * ?5
Anaconda Con 6a, 1020 .. n 4 >fe or,'y G.66
Armour i- Co conv 1920.106*i IOS -
do 1921 .1 or, \ 10S -
do 1922 .106% 1?s
tlo 1922 .10>", \ 10S - ? -
ilo 1924 .lOK-% I"? ?
Leih Steel 5s, 1932. . ..100% 101 :* 6.45
Can Pac Ry 6s, 192 I ... 07 07 ' j 6.70
t'en Argentina Ry 6s, '27. 82 s.", 8.70
,', I". ,<? ..i 1st 4*. 1921_ OIS Of. 7.60
Chi Pneu Tool 6s, 1020... 99% lOt'-i ?-4?
do 6s 1921. 90% 1*0 ?0?
do }0, 1922. 90 100 6 00
Cuba Am Sumir ?s. 1921.. 100 lOO'j 550
Cudahy Pack 7s, 1923...101 101% ?.5?
I'. 1 A> Hudson 5s, i'.' 'i. . 99 \ 99<"s 5.80
Fed SilKiir Ref 5s, 1024... 97% ?? ?? *?
General Elec 5s, 1020... 99% 10014 f'-r,,)
Gt Nor Ry 5s, 1070_ 98% 90'? J.55
Hocking Va! U It. 1024. 02 95 7.4?
Union Tank Car Co.-124 il*. .
Gulf t)U Corp 6s, 1933...-. 00 99% b..l6
lni Bap Trans 7s, 1920.. 66 OS
J Dold Pack 7s, 1021_100 100% 620
do 7s, 1922.100 I'll S-4?
do 7s. 192.1 .10ft 101% ?.41
Kan City Toi Ky Sh. 102.1 9S % '?''.' g.ZO
Lacledo G 1st r 7m, 1929, 06 98 7.30
Liggett ? Myers ?s, 1021.. 99% 90% t>20
Molino Plow 7b, 102O. . . .100 101 5.95
do 7s 1021.100 101% 6.20
do 7p, 1023.100 101 Ml 6.45
do 7s 1024.100 101% 6.65
N Y Cctitr.il 6s, 1920... 00% 00% 6,50
. Philadelphia Co 6s, 1022. ?4 ?6 8.20
Ponna Co 4%s, 1921.... 07% 07% 6.10
! i'ltts ?. C i',l tr I'm. 1020.. 99% 100% 4.8..
Pro,! & Cambie 7s, 1020.100 100% 4.15
! do 7s 1921.100% 101% 5.50
I do 7s 1022.101%? 102% 6.30
I do 7e, 1923 .142% 103% 5,80
Public S .N J, Nov 7. 1022. ST 90 12.SO
R .1 Reynolds Tob 6a, 1022 69 % 9">H 6.1 0
I Sou? hern Ry 6s. 1923. .. 04 94% 9.05
,st P !" D gen 5%s, 1923.. 98' 99 5.80
Studebiiker 7m, 1021. 09% 100% 5.00
,iu 7b 1?20. 98 % 99 6.10
Swifl -v- Co 6b, 1021. 90% 99% 6.15
? Weal India S Fin 7s. 1029 OK 10U 7.00
lUah Sec Gs, 1922. 86% 88 11.50
I Westing-hruae 6b. 1020.... loo 100% 5.25
Other Cities
Detroit
100 Charcoal Iron.. 4 % 4% 4% 4%
200 Cont Motor. . .. 13 IS 13 13
200 Detroit Edlson.109% 100% 109 109
200 Noble O ,?:? Gas 1.95 1.95 1.96 1.95
400 Pack Mot, Car 24'? 24% 24% 24%
50 Paige-Dot Mot 4:;% 43% 43% 43%
Philadelphia
7000 Am fins . 61% 51% 51% 51%
8 Am Rys pf. .. fio 60 ?0 60
100 Am Stores ... 41% 41% 41% 41%
S Alliance war. 6% 6% 6% 6%
130 Elec Stg ....120 129 129 129
fir, Giant P C . . . 6 5 6 5
17 1ns Co N A.. 35 .15% 35 35%
15 Lanston . 85 85 86 85
725 Lake Sup ... 20% 20% 20% 20%
17 !'h Co 6 v c. . 35 36 34% 34%
8 ?0 I'll R T I c. . 24 \ 24% 24% 24 %
453 I'll Elec . 26% 20% 25 >, 26%
700 'lono Belmont 3 2 % " %
245 I'n Gas Imp. . 64% 64% .".4>8 54 %
10 Westmore Coal 7:. 77, 75 75
J to nd s
?1,000 Kl & Peo 4fl. 64% 64% 64% 64%
1000 Lehlgh V C 5s 98% 98% 98% 08%
1000 do fis .100 100 100 loo
8000 Ph Elec 1st 5s 90% 90% 90% 90r?
1000 Pa 4%s, 1965. 81% 81% 81% 81%
6000 Reading la .. 79% 79% 70% 70%
1000 WelBbach 5s.. 98% 98% 98% 98%
Pittsburgh
1155 Arkansas Cas.. :: 1 30 27% 28%
590 Cains,lall Corp 65% 55% 54% 54%
100 Carl,,, Hydro. . 3 3 '1 3
11 do p?d. 4% 4 % 4 % 4 %
450Guffey Gill... 33% 3::% 33% .13%
10 !L. I, Walker..101 loi 101 101
70 Indpt Brey pf. s% s% 8% 8%
1321 Kay Co Cas... 2 2% 2
456 Lone Star Gas. 35% 36% 31% 31%
945 Marian,1 Ref,.. II C % 6 6 %
m> Mt'i-M Li & lit. 58% 58% 68% 58%
100 Nat F Proofing s % s% 8% 8%
! s Ohio Fuel Oil. . 29 29 20 20
120 ( Hito Fu? i Sun 49 'i 49% 4;, 40%
? 0 > iklu Car. . . , 40% 40% 40 % 40%
25 Oltla Prod&Ref 9% 9% 9% 9%
100 Pgh 11!, wiiitr. 5 5 5
. pfd. !?!% 11% 14% 14%
3100 Pgh Mi Shasta 47, 45 4.", 45
655 Riv'rsldc K < 01 2 2 2 2
100 Union Nat C.as.125 125 125 125
10 SYest'hse Air 14115% 115% 116% 115%
90 VYest'hse Blec. 5 I % 64% 64 54
Toronto
Rtd. Ai,., i R)d. A = k.
Adanae. .... 5 7 ! ICcora.23 25
Apex . 2% 1 Lake Shore.1.15 1.23
Bailey . ;.???? fi Mclnlvre ...2.07 200
Beaver Con.fil! 68 Ain Crp Cn..2.00 2.25
.'h Ferland .12 11 Newrav .1.1 14
Coniagas. S.00 3.10 ?Peterson . .22% 23
Crown Rsv.43 Ifi I'orc Crown.26 29
Davidson. .70 75 Porc Imprl.. 1% 2
Dome Ex ... .31 32 P ,rc Tlsdale 1 1 %
Dm Mns13.50 14.00 Prstn 13 I).. 3% 3%
Dome Lake..15 17 Tk Hughes..19 20
1 ?old Reef. . 1% 5 Temiskmrf ,.45 47
I Or Northn.. 3 4 Thorn Kriat. 6% 7
Hargraves .... 3 3% Wasaplka ..25 30
Holllnger ...6.90 7.10|\Vfst Dome. 9%i0
I Belgium (. lurha Exchange Deals
BRUSSELS, Feb. 2.?The "Soir" an
j nounces that King Albert haR sig-ned a
decree prohibiting dealings in foreign
exchange except in bona fide commer
! cial transaction?.
Financial Items
Edwin B. Wilson, Inc., advertising
i agency, has opened an office in Chicago,
with Williamson T?te as temporary mana?
ger.
Arthur W. Loasby, president of the First
Trust and Deposll Company of Syracuse,
; has been appointed a vice-president of the
i Equitable Trust Company of New Fork.
The Autosales Corporation has purchased
a 50 per cent interest In the Peerless
Weighing Machine corporation, the largest
organization in the country operating
? penny and nickel slot weighing machines.
c VV. Burdett, G. N. Gregory and E. C.
j Lai.Haw have formed the firm of Burdett,
Gregory ,\>- Laldlaw to succeed Cornwall,
Reed ?- Meyer stock brokers.
Samuel M. Groer, vice-president of the
Rnnk.rs Trust Company, has been trans,
ferred to the Astor TruHt office of that
institution, because the growth of this
uptown office necessitated more senior of?
ficers, Three vice-presidents of the com?
pany, H. .1. Cocinan, W. P. Belknap and
Mr, Creer, are now at the, Astor Trust
office.
The N.w York Trust Company has been
named as trustee under a note agreement
of the Georgia Light, Power and Railways,
dale,i February 1, 1920, to secure an issue
oi $1.000,. 7 per cent gold notes.
FINANCIAL
1TIE MORTGAGE-BOND COMPANY OF
NEW YORK
The following Bonds have been drawn for
payment on April 1, 1920, on which date
the interest will case: Series 2. Nos. 14t?0,
599, 4.14. 1865, 1775. 1003, Bi.S, B9?2, B.14fi.
B04S, B28S4, and will be redeemed at par
with int. res' to that date upon presenta?
tion to any of the following places for pay?
ment. In New York?
At the oftlce of The Mortgage-Bond Com?
pany of New York, or at the office of
Ladenburg, Thalmann & Company.
In London?
At ttio Banking House of Coutts & Com
I pany.
In Paris?
At the Banque de l'Union Parisienne.
In Amsterdam -
At the Admlnistratiekantoor Broes *
Gosman c s
DIVIDEND NOTICES
Liggett & Myers Tobacco Company
St. Louis. Mo, January 25. 1920.
A quarterly dividend of three per cent
(395,) was. this day declared upon the Com?
mon stock of LIGGETT & MYERS TO?
BACCO COMPANY, payabh on March 1st.
1920, to.Common stockholders of record at
the close pf business .,., February 15th,
1020. Checks will be mailed.
T. T. ANDERSON, Treasurer.
Delatour Beverage Corporation
331 West 36th Street,
New York, N Y. January 21th. 1920. I
The Board o? Directors of this company
declared an Initial dividend of rlv.- per cent
???' ' ' n the capital stock of this corpora
tlon, payable February so, 1920. to stock?
holders of record at the .lose of business
February 10, 1920.
MAX CORDON, Treasurer.
Florida Fast Coast Railway Company
New York, January 13th. 1920.
The Board of Directors of the Florida
Fast Coast Railway Company has declared
cut of earnings for the fiscal vear ended
December 31st, 1910. Interest at the rate
of ??'?:? per annum, payable April 1st, 1920.
on 'lie $2.10,000 General Mortgage In?
ou?e if. Kiftj Year Gold Bonds, dat?d
July 1st, 1909. . ,
Commodities
i Coll?n
Early reactions wore follow-! by ad
! vancos In ihn market yesterday, and while
I the close was barely steady In tone, prions
showed an advance of m m 85 points for
! the day on the moro activo month?, whllo
i Fobruarj was 62 points net hlghor. May
i deliveries sold up from 33.78r, the low
1 point of the morning, I" 34.2!lc, and closed
? ?i 84.14o, compared with :?4.0?o at tho
close of Saturday. ,
The market oponed steady nt nn ?d
; vanee of 5 to 4o points on covering by
j some of Saturday's sollnrs. who probably
were Influenced hv a moro favornblo view
'of peace treaty prospects. The opening
! firmness of tho stock market also en
! roiling-.I buvlng, but prices weakened right
I after tho call owing to the continued
wnnkni'ss of foreign nxchnngo and talk of
; a lower spot basis for low grades In tho
? South. Prcscnl crop deliveries sold about
2o to 24 point h net lower, but thorn was
I trade buying of October, which sold only
10 points below Saturday? final figures,
and the mark.-t firmed up as soon aa tho
I flurry of liquidation or local pressure sub
? sided. Trading later was Ions active but
i tho market showed a generally steady tone
: owing to the absence of any Southern
I ?oiling to afford any confirmation of the
reports of an easier ?pot basis, while there
was trade buying as well as covering on
the advance. New crop months were r?l
? atlvoly firm, with October selling 30 point?
' net higher while active old crop positions
I si,Id 17 to 21 points above the closing
1 quotations of last week. Last price? were
? a abade uff from th- beat under realizing.
The continued weakness of foreign ?x
! change tended to emphasize tho unfavor?
able Idea of export proMpectn, but many
' cotton traders believe the staple will bo
less affected In- such conditions than other
commodities. Southeastern mill Interests
wore credited with buying, while there
' was buying of new crop monthe by Liycr
j pool and Southwestern ?pot people. Nothing
! morn was heard of Saturday"? rumor? con
! corning shipments of cotton back to nil?
' county and the feoltng appeared to be that
! if anvthlng of that kind took place It would
amount to only a few hundred bales or
! the leas desirable grades..
The local market for spot cotton was
! quiet at an advance of 15 points, with
| middling quoted at 39.16c. No ?ales were
I reported.
Rarrge of rrloes follows:
Saturdays
Open High Low Close Close
Fob .. - - - 87.12?-30.50
Mar_36.10 30.17 36.78 36 12??-36.00
May... 34.10 34.23 33.78 34.14 If 34.17 31.02
jun'e... _ _ ----- 32.46$ -- 32.35
July. . 3190 32.04 31.65 81.95W31.98 31.85
i Aug... - ?- 30 95'*-30.85
I sept - - - 30.35101 - 30.00
loot ... 20.50 29.68 29.22 29.67<? 29.88 29.32
I Nov . 29.40 29.40 29.40 29.15?-29.00
Doc... 29.08 29.16 29.03 29.13@29.15 28.82
j Southern Spot Markets? -Oalveston steady.
I unchanged, 42.25c; sales, 1,736 bales. New
?Orleans quiol. unchanged, 39.88c; sale?.
1,234 bales Mobile nominal, unchanged,
.20 00c; sales, nil. Savannah quiet, un?
changed, 39.50c; nales, nil. Norfolk qubt,
unchanged, 39.00c; Bales, 50 bales. Balti?
more nominal, unchanged. 40.00c; sains,
nil. Augusta quiet, unchanged. 39.25c;
osles. 34 bale?. Memphis steady, un?
changed. 40.60c; sales. 650 bales. St. I-rfiuts
steady, unchanged. 40.50c; sales, nil.
Houston quiet, unchanged, 89.60c; sale?,
1,111 bales. Little Rock steady, unchanged,
39.50c; sales, 27 bales. Dallas aUxuly, 10
points higher, 31.80c; ?ales, 582 bale?.
Cotton Statistics
Yesterday Last Wk. Last Tear
Port receipts.... 22,882 27,580 21.178
Exports. 25,060 11,584 -.
Exports season..3,803,026 3,09il,83S 2,604,343
Now Tork stocks 69,471 68,760 ?9,562
Port stocks. ... 1,389,161 1,425,863 1,367,162
Interior receipt? 19,317 37,783 14,376
Interior shlpmts 20.72* 18,419 13,997
N York arrival? 1,030 6,226 4,319
Liverpool cable??Spot cotton quiet at 45
points decline on the basin of 27.86d for
middling. Sales, 5,000 bales; American.
2.000 bale?. Imports, 71,000 bales; Amer
! lean, 06,000 baie?. Futures opened steady.
! unchanged to 7 point? lower. Closed
: steady at a net advance of 47 points to an
advance of 4 points. March. 25.90d: May,
! 2l.70d. July, 23.Cod; October, 21.45fl; De?
cember, 20.5.Ml. Manchester: Yarns firm;
:. cloths In good demand.
(cro?is
Wheat?The mark%t presented an easier
! feeling yesterday and cash prices at lead?
ing center? declined 5 to 10 cent? per
? bushel. Receipts showed no Important
?'huTigo at primary point? and the visible
: supply decreased 2,819.000 buahels for the
week, bringing the total down to less than
half of last year's visible. Consequently,
; the statistical position could not bo held
responsible for the action of value?, and
! it. '.vas tho consensus of opinion that the
: market felt tho Influence of a falling off
! in the demand for flour, which ha? reduced
the milling demand for wheat proportion?
ately. It was announced that Ihe Cana?
dian government had advanced the price
! of winter wheat 25 cents per bushel to
$2.6.8 and that flour had been advanced
? from $10.10 per barrel to $11.25. This ad
l vanee in the Canadian winter wheat was
said to bo due to efforts to bring out more
wheat from the farm, where this character
. of wheat has been fed extensively on ac?
count of its comparative cheapness.
Corn?Price changes in the market were
comparatively narYow and the volume of
business was small. Und-rlylng condition?
were not materially changed and from a
statistical point of view were looked upon
as bullish. Receipt? were small and desplto
the obstacles in the way of distribution
the visible supply showed an Increase of
only 79,000 bushels for the week. Buyers
apparently were timid, however, and it
was evident the continued weakness in
foreign exchange and the financial situa?
tion at large wore having a very decided
Influence on the market and that confidence
was being undermined. There was littla to
Indicate any Improvement in the car situ?
ation and cash market? wore about steady,
while tho near positions showed more or
less firmness.
The closing quotations were as follows:
yesterday's Previous Vear
New York: close close ago
Corn. No 2 yellow . $1.72 % $1.72 $1.47%
Chicago :
March . 1.41%- 1.22
May . 1.35% 1,36 1.13%
Oats?The market was inactive and dur?
ing tho greater part of the day tho under?
tone was easy. Exporters were showing
further desires to resell recent purchases
and there wa? no apparent attempt to buy
on the part of Europe. Receipts, however,
were moderate and the visible supply
showed a decrease for tho week of 111,000
bushels.
Yesterday's Previous Tear :
New York: close close ago j
No 3 white.$1.01 $1.01 $0.66 j
Chicago:
May .83% .83% .55%
July .75% .76% -|
Rye?Market easy.
Yesterday's Previous Year
Now York: close close ago '
No 2 Western-$1.86 $1.87% $1.45 1
Flour und >feul?Quotations were:
"Yesterday's Previous Year
New York : close close ago
Minn patent. .$14.25 $14.25 $10.65
Cornmeal .... 3.h7% 3.87% 3.50
Rye flour ... $9@9.40 Siitf 9.40 $8. H0(8> 9.25
Bran .$60<<j.$51 $50cs(!$ul $48.0U
Cottonseed Oil
Development? in the market yesterday
were along bearish lines, and prices lost
22 to 3 1 points for the day. The pro?
nounced weakness in the lard market
FINANCIAL MEETINGS
THE mYrCHANTS NATIONAL
BANK of the CITY of NEW YORK
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that at a :
meeting of tho shareholders of The Mer- i
chants National Bank of the City of New
York, held on January 13, 1920, It was
determined to take such proceedings as
may be necessary or convenient to or- |
ganize this Ranking Association as an In
corporated bun,: of che Statd of Now I
York by tho name of The Merchants Bank !
of the City of New York; and also that
when this Bank shall have been organized ?
aa an Incorporated bank of the State of
New York proceedings be taken to morse :
It'with tho President mid Directors of th?
Manhattan Company.
By order of the Board of Director?.
O. E. PA?XTEB, Cashier.
Dated New York, January 13, 1920.
THE MERCHANTS NATIONAL
BANK of the CITY of NEW YORK
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that at a
meeting of the shareholders of The Mer?
chants National Bank of the City of New
York, held on January 13, 1S20, it was
voted that the aid Bank go into liquida?
tion and be close! and dissolved.
All holders of notes and other creditor*
of said Banking Association are hereby
notified to present such notes and other
claims against tho Association for pay?
ment at its Banking He-use, Number 4*
Wall Street, New Yo-k City, until Febru?
ary 2i>. Ib20. and thereafter to its liqui?
dating agent, the Frestdunt and Directors
of th? Manhattan Company, at Number 4*
Wall Street, New York City.
By orden- of the Board of Directors.
O. K. PAYNTER. Cashier.
Dated New York. January 13. 1920.
TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OP M. VI- '
TELLI & SON, INC.:
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a meeting
nf the stockholders of L,. Vltelli & Son,
Inc.. will be field at the office of the cor
poratlon. at No. 71 Nassau Street. In the
Borough of Manhattan. City of New York.
on the 11th day of February, 1920, at a'
P. M.. for tho purpose of considering and i
pasping upon the agreement entered Into
by the Board of Directors of this corpora- I
tion with the Board of Directors of Vltelli '?
& Company, Inc., for the consolidation of'
L, Vltel/l & Son. Inc. with Vltelli & Com-i
pany, Inc and the terms and coudltlons
of consolidations and such other business
in relation thereto aa may come before '
said meeting.
Date;. Nev. York. January 27th, 1920.
BY ORDER OK THF BOARD OF DI
RECTORS.
WILHELMINA \7TELU, I
Seoretarj*. '
caused heavy soiling, and on the dscllne
?top.loss orders were uncovered. The
weakness In sterling exchnngo was also a
factor, and confidence in prevailing prices
was seriously undermined. Total sales for
the dav were 19,700 barrel?.
The rango of prices follows:
Saturday's
Open High Low Clos? cioss
Ispot...-31.00021.40 -.
I Mtir. . . 21.60 21.60 21.45 21 60021.53 21 72
I May... 21.95 21.95 21.75 21.75021.78 22.06
! .(une... - - - - 21.80@21.96 22 00
July... 22.03 22.03 21.87 21.80021.91 22.14
An?_ .? 21.76021.98 22.10
Sept.... ?? - -21.60021.95 21.80
Suprar and Coffee
Current Year
price, at(,
Rugar, gratrulated per lb...15016 9
Coffee, Rio No. 7, per lb.... 15^ 15
Coffee, Santos No. 4, per lb. 22 ?
.Sugar?The market for raw sugar was
quiet yesterday at nominally unchanged
prices. Holders generally were asking 12c.
com and freight, for Cubas and 13e. de?
livered for Porto Ricos In first half of
? . uiiy positions. Refiners am not ac?
tively In the market as buyers, as the>
ii r? now receiving rather free suppling of
delayed raws. It was stated yesterday
that of the large number of Bteamnrs ar?
riving for the account of Howoll on?
cargo was sold to tho Federal and another
cargo diverted to Boston for the Ameri?
can, both at 12c, cost and freight.
Coffee Future?-?Tho market was very
active throughout the entire session. On
the call prices were irregular, May being
4 points higher, other month? unchanged
to a decline of 7 points. From this lovol
prices broke sharply, due to reports that
brokers hjindllng some of tho Brazil gov?
ernment coffee were soliciting lower bids
and that shippers there were disposed to
lower their offers in order to compete
with the government, It being reported
that Rio 7a had sold at 13c and that thero
was a block of 25,000 bags Rio 7s offerod
ut 15.15c. both American credit and ship?
ment April-May. Contracts came out free?
ly and the decline was not chocked until
March had sold at 14.50c. May at 14.70,
July at 14.90o and September at 14.70.;.
or 60 to 53 points net lower. Late In the
day short? covered, and from the low
point there was a rally of 10 to 20 points,
final prices being 26 to 36 points net lower.
Tho range of prices^ollowg:
Wkt Saturday's
Open. High, LMB Close. Close.
I Feb.- ?^?4.49014.83 14.86
March. 15.00 16.00 14.50 14 ?4014.68 16.00
,May... 15.25 15.27 14.70 14.90014.91 15.22
June...-15.00?? 16.02 15..72
July- 15.47 15.47 14.00 15.10015.15 16.43
Aug....- 15.00016.02 15.32
Sopt_ 15.23 15.28 14.70 1400014.92 15.21
NOV. -. ?4? - 14.80014.83 16.07
I Dec- 15.00 15.00 14.76 14.75014.80 18.00
Butter, Cheese and Eggrs
Butter?Receipts were 2,473 packages.
I (""earnery. higher than extras, lb.. 98%?
67c; extras. 02 score. 86c; firsts, 90 to 91
score, 62@66V4o; firsts. 88 to 89 score. 59%
?61%c; seconds, 83 to 87 score, 56059c;
lov.-r grades. 63055c; held, higher than
?extras, 63 Vfc ? r.4c : extras. 62>>j?63c; firsts,
68Vsi061V4c; seconds, 65@57Vic; unsalted.
higher than extras, 69'^07Oc; extras. 68
j '?OU.;; firsts, 62066c; seconds. 68060c;
state dairy tubs, finest, 64W6?c; good to
I prime, 5906^1c; common to fair, 49?58c;
renovated extras, 57 ?',7 He; firsts, 55066c;
Imitation creamery, firsts, 49 0 60c; ladlea,
current make, firsts, 46047c; seconds, 44c;
ladles, lower grades, 41043c: packing
! stock, ourr*nt make, No. 1, 41o; No. I, 42c;
lower grades, 39041c.
j Cheese?Receipts wore 1,304 boxes. State.
whole milk, held flats, specials, 311,4?
?82c,; average run, 3O0.';lc; lower grafios.
I 20029c; twins, held, specials, whites. Z0%
1 031%c; colored, 31031 Vje; average run,
I white, 29*40300; colored, 30?30%c; lower
?grades, 2ijifr28c; current make, 26030c;
i Wisconsin, whole milk, twins. 28030^4?;
?single Daisies, fresh. 81Vi?32c; held, 31Vt
<??32c; double Daisies, fresh, 31031 He;
I hold, 31Vi032c; Young Americas, fresh,
33?83%o; state skims, fresh, specials, 20c;
i prime to choleo, 16018o; fair to good,
j 14016c; lower grades, 7013c.
Fgg??Receipts were 7,777 cases. Fresh
gathered, extras, dozen, 60061c; ex?
tra firsts, 68 H 0 59c; firsts, 56M,068c; sec?
onds and poorer, 62(?.66c; refrigerator,
?firsts, charges paid, 49061c; seconds, 451j'
1 4?o; under grades, 30042c; checks, 320
j '!4.;; state, Pennsylvania und nearby West?
ern hennery whites, extra?, 68070c; firsts
to extra firsts, 63067c; gathered whites,
I firsts to extra firsts, 6.<@6"e; Western
whites, under grades, 60062c; pullets, 680
i Owe; Pacific Coast whites, express, extra
?firsts to extras. 67070c; firsts, 61063c;
?pullets, Petaluma, 68Ci60c; other sections,
: 55057c; other Western and Southern
gathered whites, 6itg:C5o; state, Pennsyl
i vania and nearby b-nnery browns, extras,
iC2063c; gathered brown und mixed colors,
extras, 60@Clc; firsts to extra firsts, 67
| <a 59c.
Livestock, Meats. Provision*
Yesterday. Year ago.
Live steers, fair
to prime, 100
lbs.$12.25016.25 $13.25018.0?
Dressed b o e f
sidas, lb .16? .24 .180.26%
Live veals, com?
mon to prime, I
100 lbs. 19.00025.00 15.00019.00
Dressed veal,
city, lb ...... . .280 .36 .23? , .23
Live ewes, 100
lbs. 8.00012.00 7.00011.00
Dressed mutton.
city, lb .150 .21 .11? .19
Dressed lambs,
city, lb .300 .36 .250 .30
Hogs, 100 lbs. .. . 16.J5016.75 17.00018.00
Live lambs, fair
to prime, 100
lbs . 19.00021.50 17.00017.75
Dressed hogs,
bacon, lb.22%? .23 Vi -240.24H
Mess beef, bbl. . . 16.00018.00 35.000^0.00
LIBERTY BONDS
All denominations bought for casta
Based on tho closing we pay:
$18.83 for n $50?S%% Bond, 55 Coupons
$45.13 for ft $50?2d l'/i% Rond, 1 Coupon
$46.83 for ft 950?M\ *'/+?'. Hond. 1 Coupon
$45.43 for u $?l>??th 4%"/? Bond, " Coupons
$18.75 for a $")0?7>lh 4%?/? Bond, 7 Coupons
FURDY & CO.,
Tel. John S174-5-?-~. 34 Pine St.. W. ?.
FINANCIAL MEETINGS
CLEVELAND BRASS ft COPPER MILLS,
1N< ?OK CO RATE?
Notice of Annual and Special Meetings
TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OP
Cleveland Brass ft Copper Mills, Inc.
You will please take notice that the
rer.ular annual meeting of stockholders of
CLEVELAND BRASS & COPPER MILLS.
INC., will be held at the office of Tho
Corporation Trust Company, ;:7 Wall Street,
New York City, ou Tuesoay, February 10.
1920, at two o'clock p. m., for the purpose
of electing directors to hold office for the
ensuing year and until their successors
are elected and qualified, and for the
transaction of such other business as may
properly come before the meeting.
You will also please take notice that
there will be a special meeting of preferred
and common stockholders of CLEVELAND
BRASS & COPPER MILLS, INC., at the
office of The Corporation Trust Company,
37 Wall Street, New York City, on Tues?
day, February 10, 1920, at three o'clock
p. m., for the purpose of considering and
talcing. ax;tlo i upon the following matters;
(1) Tho Increase of the number of com?
mon shares without nominal or par value
which the corporation may Issue, from
Ten Thousand (10,000) share? to Two Hun?
dred and Fifty Thousand (260,000) shares.
(2) The Increase of the stated capital
of the company from One Million Five
Hundred ajid Fifty Thousand Dollars
($1.550,000), Its present amount, to Two
Million Seven Hundred and Fifty Thousand
Dollars ($2,750,000).
(3) Tho amendment of the Certificate
of Incorporation of the company to provide
such increased number of common share*
and such Increase In the company's stated
capital.
(4) The disposition of all or part of such
Increased common shares.
(5) The execution, delivery and sal? of
the note or notes, bond or bonds of the
company up to the principal amount of
One Million Dollars ($1,000,000), bearing
interest at not exceeding seven per cant
(7%) per annum, maturing at one time or !
serially up to five years from the data j
thereof, and secured by a mortgage on
the fixed assets of the company now owned
or hereafter acquired, Buch note or notes, !
bond or bonds and such mortgage securing
the same to bear such date and to b? upon :
such terms and conditions and with euch '
provisions ao the Board of Directors may ;
,let.>rniine, and such note or notes, bond or I
bonds, to be sold at one time or from time '.
to time and at such price or prices as
the Board of Directors may from time, to '
time determine.
(6) The doing of all things which may'
be necessary or proper In order to carry !
out the foregoing
BY ORDBR OF THE BOARD OF
DIRECTORS.
.,,?,? B. M. GARDNER, Secretary.
^J'ATLD January 24, 1920.
the ??ST'?F that a Special Meeting of
do rulo' k ',?lder8 of Tne Da"ner Sales Cor
^; ", ?v111 lve held at the offioe of said
KorotLah'0v at ^?- 11 Broadway. Manhattan
1920^' ^0W York Clty' on February 17th
:?" V ?c,ock ,n the 'orenoon, for the
of said e<?-aUth.?rlzlnK the ehange of n?m*
Coroorati^"raUon from ,'The Dinner Sale.
'?SSI" t0 the followlnK name, to wit.
n?er,pS^"In?ern?an Company. Inc."
SirS ?ew York- January 31st. 1920.
IHE DANNER SALES CORPORATION
J. LEMOYNE DANNER,
lOHv ???_. President.
?-.-??L^: ? --ONNELL. Secretary.
T"FThlNv^Lv-MI'?E^I^G of tne Stockholders
el?tfon of Tr York J^1?? Company for the
for the tri, ust.ee8 for the ensuing year and
rajv ml ?M,lon of BUoh other business as
be held nP, '? come before the meeting, will
Hace an* ?5? ?fflce of the Company. Irving
Tuesdav l.Pift<'enth 8treet' -New York City,
noon ' -"ebr""ry 10, 1920. at 12 o'clock
_[-EWIS B. (JAWTRY. Secretary.
ins-iuiV, ''-?^CTION OF THE AMERICAN
\
Guaranteed
First Mortgage Certificates
5>? Per Cent.
Issued in any amount from $100 upward.
Secured by Specific First Mortgages on
Improved, Income Producing New York City
Real Estate.
Legal for Trust Funds.
Principal and Interest Guaranteed by
This Company.
They will be worth next year and every year
what you pay for them today.
Send for Booklet B 88
Lawyers Mortgage Company
Capital and Surplus $9,000,000
5? Liberty Street, 1?" "?SSX **
M V CItv Vtmmmtjau
TeL 7W5 ?Sand. Tel. 768? Main.
Commonwea th of
Massachusetts
Short Revenue Loan
$2.000,000 doe Oct. 22, 1920
1,000,000 due Nov. 18, 1920
Payable in New York
Exempt from all Federal
Price 5% interest
S. N. BOND & CO.
Ill Broadway, New York
Standard Bank of
South Africa, Lm
VITE RECEIVE monthly reports dealing with
? * trade conditions in South Africa, and will be
glad to send copies to firms interested on application.
Established 57 Years
350 Branches & Agencies
Resources $306,125,415
W. H. MACINTYRE, A cent
68 Wall Street, New York
New York, February 2, 1920.
The co-partnership heretofore existing under the firm
name of Cornwall, Reed 6c Meyer has this day been
dissolved by mutual consent.
O. H. CORNWALL
J. M. REED
C. W. MEYER
GILBERT ?. BURDETT
G. N. GREGORY
E. C. R. LAIDLAW
We, the undersigned, have this day formed a co-partner?
ship under the firm name of
Burdett, Gregory & Laidlaw
52 Broadway, New York
Members \ *?7"?*?**?***?
I Pittsburgh Stock Exchange
G. U. BURDETT
G. N. GREGORY
E. C. R. LAIDLAW
G. H. CORNWALL } Special
J. M. REED ?Partner,
FINANCIAL MEETINGS
TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OF VITELLI A
COMPANY, INC.:
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE Jhat a meeting
it the stockholder? of Vlt? & Company,
Inc., will be held at tht ofnm of the corpo?
ration, at 71 Nassau Btreet, In the Borough
of Manhattan, City of New York, on the
llth day of February, 1920. at 3 P. M.. for
the purpose of considering and passing upon
the agreement entered into bv the Board of
Director? of .hi? Corporation with the Board
of Directors of L. Vitelli ft Son, Inc., for the
consolidation of Vitelli 4: Company, Inc.,
with L. Vitelli ft Son, Inc.. and the terms
and conditions of consolidations and such
other business in relation thereto as may
come before said meeting.
Dated, New York, January 27th, 1*20.
BT ORDER OF THE BOARD OF DI?
RECTORA
WILHELMINA VITELLI.
Secretary.
MEETING NOTICE
Annual meeting j>f the American Insti?
tute, Thursday, February 6th, 1920, at 19
i West 46th st.. ?:I0 p. m.
COUPONS
American Telephon? & Telegraph Co.
?*? Yemr 81z Por Cea? Gold Note?
Coupon? from theaa Nota* payable ?y
their terms on February l, 1*30, at the
office or arency of the Company in New
York or In Boston, will be paid In San
York by the Banker? Trust Company. II
Wall Street.
_ O. D. MILNE. Traaaure?.
Amarlean Telephon? * Telegraph Co.
Seven-Year 8U Per Cent Convertible Gold
\mlL terra* on. February 1, ??20. at the'
Yor? ?? JljfCeSc-L<-f *"? Company in Kaw
Wall Stre-er Bar,k??r? Tru?t Company. 1?
G. D. M1LXK, TNUUn^ ,

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