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QUANTITY OF O REAL WHEAT WHEATBE WHEATJlvsr WHEATyur
Jlvsr BE TAKEN T HEN INTO ACCOUNT ACCOUNTt ACCOUNTincerttnty eCOUNTIDemalnt
t ncertmlnty tt 1 to Ihitcome uteome tCme or Making MakingGood lalnc lalncGood MakingGood
Good on Actual Ptorchaie IcbalUaker IcbalUakerI PUctaeaUakers PUctaeaUakersI Bakers BakersTaking
I Taking Tan Advantage Amatare of Situation 8Ita SItuAtIonVary SItuAtIonVaryIng tonYar Vary VaryIng
Ing Statements Prom Fom the Northwest Northwestrmciao NorthwestrJIC lorthweitCUIcMJO
rmciao rJIC o April Aprl 17 nThe The Patten pool poolhas polw polwhal poolha
has hal ha cleaned cl aned up between 14000000 S4OO and andsoooO
15000000 500 on the May wheat deal deal Of this thisamount thisAmount thiaomount
amount Fatten Paten bas pocketed fully fuly two twothirds twothird twothirds
thirds thirdsMarket third thirdsMarket
Market experts expr estimated estmated today that thatthe thatthp thatthe
the thp broker and his coterie coterlehadlold coteriehad bad sold to the thepublic thepublc thepbIio
public publc 20000000 OOO bushels of May wheat wheatnt whet whetRt
nt an average profit proft of o 20 2 cents cnts giving givingthem givingthlm givingthem
them thlm a profit proft of S4OO 4000000 and besides besidesthis besidestb besIdarhl8
this tb s he has made a substantial subtntil profit proft on onJuly onJuly onJuly
July wheat whet to t say sy nothing of the Sep September Septlmber Soptember ¬
tember tlmber and December Decmber options optons which hlch he hehas heha hohas
has ha ecalped eclpd in the market for a profit proft of offrom offrom offrom
from 2 to 5 cents making his total totl win winnings wlnDlllot winning ¬
nings Dlllot not much under 100 5000000Gut 5000000 Z000000But
But there is another side to this thi picture pictureWhile pictureWhie pictureWhile
While Whie Patten has made a 0 killing kilng in May Maywheat 1ay 1ayheat Mayiheat
wheat which has hs placed him beyond the thepossibility thepssibity thepossibility
possibility pssibity of any loss los Iosothere there are still sti some somePoooOOO eomeoooooo
PoooOOO 100 or 10000000 1000 bushels b shels of real realwheat realheut realwheat
wheat which have been sold to him by byuch byt1ch bysuch
such t1ch large elevator concerns concers as 1 Armour Armourthe Armourthf
the thf Northwestern Xorbweter Elevator Company Companyand Compny CompnyBnd
and the Peavey Peave interests for delivery delver in inWay InAay Iniay
Aay Way iay which he will wi bo b forced forcd to absorb absorbHowever absorbHowevr absorbHowever
However Howevr he still sti has h hopes hopl he will wi be betable beable beibIe
table to hold the prices of cash lh wheat at an anabnormal anobnormllevel anabnormal
abnormal obnormllevel level by manipulating mnipllatng July and andthe andthe andthe
the more distant ditnt options optons until unti he can candispose cn cndie candi5pose
dispose die pose of this thl actual actal commodity commodityMeanwhile commodityMenwhie commodityMeanwhile
Meanwhile Menwhie small sml bakers bker have hve suspended suspendedbusinceabig suspende suspendedbueinessbig
businceabig bUIIbig bakers bker are selling selng shortweight shortweightloaves shortwelghtloae shortw eight eightloaves
loaves loae and the millers mler have have resorted reorteto reortetounherd to tounheard tonoheard
unheard unherd of methods method of premium offers ofer to tostimulate totimulte tostimulate
stimulate timulte the sales Blc sal of flour four the trade in inwhich Inhich Inwhich
which threatens thetens to become beme absolutely absolutelystagnant abslutelytgnt absolutelyptagnant
stagnant tgnt And City Sealer Seler Kjellnnder Kjellnnderof Kjelander Kjelanderof
of Chicago Cicgo has hs started strte on a a tour of in investigation Inv Inveatigatlon ¬
vestigation v stgaton to t see se how much muc shortweight shortweightbread shortweightbred
bread bred is being sold Bld He purposes purpse making makingthe makingtle
the tle bakers baer label their loaves loves showing the theweight theeight theweight
weight they are ar selling selng for 5 cents centl even evenIf evenI
If I he cannot cot make them sell sel a full ful sixteen sixteenounce sixteenounc sixteenounce
ounce ounc loaf lo for a nickel nickelOne nickelOne nickelOne
One of the te largest lrget Minneapolis Minepls millers millerswas miers miersa
was a as in Chicago Cicgo today and made mde the fol following following following ¬
lowing statement sttement With the recent rcentpublic r recentpubilo ent entpblo
public pblo utterances utence of Mr Fatten Paten to the theeffect theeet theelTect
effect eet that tt the present pr eent prices prics are due dueto duet duoto
to t domestic dometo supply and demand only the thefollowing thefolowing thefollowing
following folowing facts fact are suggested suggete of a different differentinterpretation diferent diferentIterprtton differentInterpretation
interpretation interpretationThose Iterprtton IterprttonThole
Those Thole closely coly in touch with the acute acutedomestic acte actedometo acutedomestic
domestic dometo demand demd would of necessity be bemillers beml beniillers
millers ml There is not a miller mier in the thecountry thecountr thecountry
country countr today ty that is selling lelng his output outputand outputand outputand
and many mny are obliged oblge to t close down on onaccount onacunt onaccount
account acunt of their inability Inabity to t sell sel flour flourIt tour tourIt flourit
It is a fact that can cn be easily eiy proved provedthat prve provedthat
that two of the largest milling mling concerns concernsof cncerns cncernsot
of this country clntr are offering ofering prizes prlze of from fromslotx
110 slotx 1000 to 10 5000 in Eastern Estern territory territor for the thelargest thelrget thelargest
largest lrget salea sle by agents agentsIn l1ents l1entsIn
In smaller smaler cities they are offering offeringShetland oferng oferngEhetand offeringhetland
Shetland Ehetand ponies pnies and carts cart as a 1 premium premiumto prmium prmiumto
to stimulate trade trde while whie one Minnesota Minnesotamilling lnne8ta lnne8tamiing 1innesotamilling
milling miing company compny is including in each one oneeight oneeight i ieilht
eight eilht barrel barrl sack sck a coupon exchangeable exchangeablefor I Ifor
for IS 5 cents cnt worth of groceries grocrie which whichvirtua whih whihvirtua whichVirtua
virtua lly ly amounts amount to a cut of 25 cents centson cnt
on each sack sck of flour flourThis four fourThis flourThis
This does dos not spell spl acute RCUt demand but butrather butrther butrather
rather rther inflation Infaton and manipulation manipulationA
A large local loalll el elevator vator vatr concern concr oppos opposing Opp Opp5thg < S SIg ¬
ing Ig present pr nt high prices is reported reprd to have haveaccumulated lve lveaccumulated haveaccumulated
accumulated a line of cash Ch wheat in the theNorthwest theorhwest theNorthwest
Northwest orhwest markets particularly pnlcularly Duluth Duluthand Duluthand Duluthand
and Winnipeg Winil amounting amountng to soo ROOIOO ooooo ooooobuehel < OOJ OOJbushels
bushels delivery deJher of which is i being bing ar arranged arranled arranzed ¬
ranged ranled for forConsumption forConlumption forCoxisumption
Consumption has been bn curtailed curiled with without without withnut ¬
out reason of a doubt and will wi ba b more moreo mor
80 o when bakers bker are ar forced foro to t raise mi8 prices priceson pricl
on bread blad which they will wi be obliged oblged to todo todo todo
do shortly shorly as they are sellina selnl eellin now at atcost RtC atcost
cost C The publicarecoinlnKfit publc publicare are comlngl comingat theelevonth theelevonthhour theeleventh theeleventhhour
hour and buying wheat whlat with their eyes eyeshut eyes6hut eyesshut
hut and the personal pronl holders accom accommodate acom acommod accommodate ¬
modate mod at them freely and an if some one onadoes omd onedoes
does d 1 not watch out there ther willbe wi b aslaughter aslaughterof i if
of f the innocents Innocnt that will wi outrival any ¬
thing ting similar aimiar ever experienced experiencedRobber expriencd experiencedRobber
Robber Robbr Rats Rt The Te wheat shorts shortsare shortsar I
are ar in Wall Wal Street Strt and it is prettv well wellknown wel wellknown
known that Wall Wal Street Strt has ha some sme influence influencet Infuenc
at t Washington WMhingtn The only thing thinl Secre Secretary Secre Secretar ¬
tary tr tar Wilson Wiln has b right rght in his statement statementis IJa1ment IJa1mentI
is I that I am making makig money in wheat I Iadmit Iait Iadmit
admit ait that thatSmarting thatSmartng thatSmarting
Smarting Smartng under the charge ohrge that he has hasbeen hastn hasbeen
been tn conducting a comer and an has been beenrobbing bn bnrbbing beenrobbing
robbing rbbing the consumers cnlmer of bread brad James A APatten APattn APatton
Patton Pattn thus turned ture back the charges chargestoday chargestday chargestoday
Deaide asserted that Presi President Preeldent
today tday Besidespie Irte Prll Prlldent ¬
dent Tafts Tafs Department te of Agriculture Agricultur
was W purposely purpaly misrepresenting the facts factsIn
In this hewas hewlllpport supported by other Chicago Chicagobrokers Chiago Chiagobrokers Chicagobrokers
brokers who said sid that threats thrat of unfavor unfavorable unfavoribis ¬
unavor unavorable
able legislation legiiation were wer all al bunk bunkThe bunkTe bunkThe
The Te Napoleon of the pit arrived at his hisoffice hiaolc hisoffice
office olc under guard of three thr attendants attendantsbut attndantl
but MI Mid id that he gan had lost no sleep over the thethreats thethrat thethreat
threats thrat that have been bn made against
his hil life lifeAny lfe lfeAnrone lifeAnr
Any Anrone Anr one in the limelight 1melght as I am now nowh nowhe nowhe
h he said beomes bmes more or lees a target targetfor trget trgetlor targetftr
Seriously erously for cranks but I dont take their threats threatsiwriously thrats thratserously threatsSeriously
Although Alhoug Mr Patten Pattn made light lgbt of the thethreats thethat thethreats
threats that received rcive daily daiy it became known knownthat knowntbat knownthat
that be had turned ture a number numbr of them over overto overto overto
to the authorities authorties for investigation investigationDespite Investgaton InvestgatonDepite InvestigationDespite
Despite the bearish berish attitude atttude of Hero Macretory Secre Secretary ¬
tory tar Wilson Wison who insists insiat that there is a ar arfere areserve
r reserve rfere of 143000000 1300 bushels of whet wheat in inthe Inthl inthe
the thl United Unite State State the market became becamettronger becmo becmoltrnger becamestronger
stronger ltrnger on all al of the wheat options optons May Maywheat Maywheat
wheat het opened opene between betwen 11Z 127 > 5 and 1181 128JJ l28 l28In
in I the first lnt flurry fur today today y Y of a cent over overyesterdays overYfterdays overyesterdays
yesterdays cloning < price pric touched tuche 3123 3123and 128Y iZS iZSand
and nd closed cOe at a S123Y 123K Great Gret strength was wasdisplayed wa wasdIsplayed
displayed dlplye in the 118Y pit from first trt strengh to last lastPatten latpt JactPatten
Patten pt brokers broker bought bught July whaet and anda Bndbig
a big volume of local locl and ad public publc buying
followed folof July held at SI17 117 l17X straight straightup stright strightup
up to 118 11y and closed at 118Y1 118 to toJllSJJ toS1I toIl4
JllSJJ S1I SllYr Duluth Du uth reported repor coe good go 1118Y export exportcalee eportale exportsales
sales ale May corn cm touched touche the high higl figure figureof fgre fgreof
of the year Y r 70 cents centsThat cent centsThat
That Thomas W Lawson of Boston Boton is
heavily hlviy short sl0r of May wheat wbet was the gos gosip gosPIP
PIP ip about the pit where there therewa wai general generalindignation generalIcdllaton generalindignation
indignation Icdllaton at the attitude atttude he had taken tken
in favor of Government interference interferenceLaw Intererence Intererencewln interferenceLawon
Law Lawon wln no n always talks a lot said C J
Lamion of Lameon Lmson Bros and his hisluawk hisluawk hisuluawk
luawk M i loudest loudet when he is hurt hur worst wort
He is ISlhort short a lot and will wi say IY about any ¬
thing that tht will wi bring the price pric down Tho Thet Thotltl Thostate
state t tltl te of the market proves prove that tht he guessed guee
badly lie ought to take his medicine and
k keep < vp still Rtil Instead InRtel of that tht he is I trying tryingjth tring tringW11 a
WIth W11 jth other Wall Wal Street men to influence influencemhlngton Infuence InfuenceMhlngn Influence1eshlngton
1eshlngton Mhlngn mhlngton sentiment sentimentPat sentimentPatton
Patton Pat n defied defe Secretary Seretr Wilson Wison and the
Washington WBshlngon authorities authorte to do their worst wort
ThfY hey threatened thretene to take the duty off offwheat 01 of ofwheat
wheat h at said Iald the big trader If I they do dotomorrow dotnmorrow dotnmorrow
tnmorrow it will wi not change the price priceone priceone
one 0 cent The price in Chicago Cicago and the theI
rnltP lnited I nited States State now in on a parity with withtht withothlr withnther
party
othlr nther tht r parts pats of the world I believe beleve and
h hlf have v believed heleve for a long time tme that The the1iity he
< hay ought to be taken off of wheat whet The Thecrop Therop Thecrop
crop needs no n protection protecton In ten years yearsth yearth
th thn duty will wi have to be taken off of It is isnow II Isnow
now 25 2 cents c ntl a bushel bUlhel and in ten years yearsw
w we e will il not be b raising enough wheat for
horn tJtrn consumption cO consumption1hy umptiol t
They 1hy cant scare Icare me with ith any such lchIhrent suchthreat
brent because I know I am right and andthat andthat
that lo renditions eondltlont are Ire as ll I have them reported reportedlo reprted reprtedtn Inc I
rn me
rnThere There is no reason why there therf should shouldduty I
h < I a duty on any sort Bor of grain or on live livei lve lvek lIveuk
i < rk > k either Iither for that matter mato Thenuicker Thenuickerit Theqlicker TheqlickerII
it II is l taken tlken off or the better beter it will wil bfl h for the thocountry thecuntr thecountry
country cuntr at large largeI
II I dont care what Mr 11 Wilson Wison says nnynHe
He I H 1 absolutely inaccurate inacurate in all al the theitPnientH theHI thetJIfniflts
HI itPnientH mnl he nan thus thll far made Sup fiuprising Rupthat Supffng
rising that his hil March report was wal cor corr cortCt
r tCt < wl which Ihich It wan wl not In the Htatmnnnt Htatmnnntthni Mtatflfnt Mtatflfntth
that th there herf was Wil a wheatreservo wheat rflrVA of H300O H300OImshcU U3010 U3010tt 143000Uw
tt Uw ImshcU Iulh That certainly docs doel not not1JMify notJI notJtifv
JI 1JMify Jtifv lrv his reported reporte statement Itatmtmt of Friday
tin tlit Ilur trs T Is II still sti such a reserve relere toes Ioe it itMr itJr Itr
Mr Jr r Wilson Wison seems ct to have got 80 mixed mbed mbedI
I
In Inhla n his figures or to t h7 f orgott ottith nVtJie
dally dy consumption coupton ge In this t country o ot te
MJNNKIPOUS MuPL Mimi M April Aprl 17 lBo1 17Here Hero
In Mepl Minneapolis centr cnt of the flour our world worldthe word wordtbe worldthe
te
the big bg millers mUei are a saying ng that tht the days daysof da daof
of cheap cep flour four and bread br are a past t
The days day of cheap wheat whet cheap flour flournd four fourad flourand
ad and nd cheep p bread br are ar over cep said A C CIx
Ix Lrng Lorin > ring receiver river for the PlllsburyWaah PIburWuh
burn Flour Mills 111 Company Limited Lmie to today ¬
day dy Tho present prent condition cnditon of the themarket themarket themarket
market ia i not the result rult alone of James JamesA Jame
A Pattens Patens speculation spulation in wheat whet or a ashort ashor ashort
short shor crop orp Back Bck of this th Is the tremendous tremendousincrease trmendou
increase incree in population and the consump cnump ¬
tion ton of bread breadJohn breadJohn breadJohn
John Waahburn Wahbur vicepresident vicprident of the theWoshbumCrosby
WoshbumCrosby WlhburCrsbv Milling Miing Company said ld
he believed beleve the present prent price of flour flourwould four fourwould flourwould
would be maintained mlintaine In spits splt prc of the fact factthat fac factthat
that tht it I was wa higher than in several severl yearn yearnC4VT yeai yeaiCnoT yearsC4XT
C4VT CnoT CORNER SAYS ns WILSON WILSONPrediction 11Jiz 11JizPedicton WILSONPrediction
Prediction Pedicton of Secretary Se retary of 0 Agriculture Agricultureand A Irleolore Irleoloreand
and lila 11 Reasons for It ItWASHINGTON I HASIIINOIoN
WASHINGTON W J8INOTON ASIIINOIoN April Apri 17 nSecretr 17Secretary Secretary of ofAgriculture o oAgritulture ofAgriculture
Agriculture Agritulture Wilson Wilon in a formal statement statementissued statementIssued statementissued
issued today predicted predic d ultimate Iltlmate failure failurefor faiure faiurefor failurefor
for the Patton Paten corner in wheat whet and in inaddition Inadditon Inaddition
addition additon he says sys it I will wi lead led to over overplanting overplantng overplanting
planting plantng which will wi result in a a very ver low lowprice lowpric lowprice
price pric for wheat some months henc henceIt hencI hencIt
It I is claimed claime said sidSecretr Secretary Wilson Wilsonspeaking Wison Wisonspeaking WilsonspeakIng
speaking of the present situation sltlatlon that thatthe I thatthe hattbe
the farmers will wi reap the benefits benefts They Theywill Theywi Theywillnot
will wi willnot not Mr Patton Paten will wi fail fai fallaa as a all al be before befor before ¬
fore him have failed who
for faie attempted atempted cor corners corn corHors ¬
Hors n rs He will wi be flooded fooed with wlb wheat at atthe attbe atthe
the prices he is offering oferlng He will wi not nothave nothave nothave
have the money to keep up his operations operationsAs operatons operatonsAs
As for the farmers will lose
tnrmer they wi Up Upin UpIn UpIn
in the far Northwest they will wi be b planting plantingwheat plantn plantnwheat plantingwheat
wheat for a month to
I come Relying Relyingupon Relyingupon Relyingupon
upon the fictitious fcttous price pric that has ha been beenset bn bneet beenset
set they will wi overplant By the time timetheir tme tmetheir timetheir
their wheat is marketable marketble the price pri will willhave wi willhave
have dropped droppe They will wi be b forced forc to sell sellat eel sellat
at low
a figure figureThe fgure fgureThe figureThe
The Department Deprtment gave out outs a statement statementtoday st statementtoday lent lenttoy
today which is intended Intnde to t allay allY the feel feelings fel felings feelings ¬
ings of apprehension apprehen ion regarding the Chi Chicago Chicago Cliicago ¬
cago wheat corner The statement is l in inpart inpart inpart I
part as follows followsThe folows folowsThe followsThe
The Department Dprtment of Agriculture has hasestimated hs hsestmat hasestimatd
estimated estmat the amount of wheat on farms farmsMarch1 fars farsMarch farmsMarchl
March 1 1900 19 to t bo b about about13o0 143000000 143000000bushels 143000000bushels
bushels or 2H per pr cent of the amount amountproduced amountprouced amountproduced
produced prouced in the country last lat year 1608 1608An 10 1908An
An analysis alalYlis of the wheat whet movement after afterMarch aftr aftrMarcb afterMarch
March 1 in past Pt years yer indicates that tho thoyearly thoyearly theyearly
yearly estimates estmat of the percentage prcntge of the thecrop thecrop thecrop
crop on farms March Marh 1 has hi been bn about 5 5per 5pr 5per
per pr cent below blow the actual percentage percentageThe prcentge prcentgeThe
The amount of wheat whet produced prduc in the thecalendar thelendr theq
calendar q lendr lendar year yer 1908 1QS was wa 665000000 600 bushels bushelsas bushe1
as a compared cmpre with wih 034000000 Oo bushels for forthe forthe forthe
the crop cop year yer 1907 197 making 31000000 31000000bushels 3100 31000000bushels
bushel bushels more of the last lst crop year yer than thanwe thn thne
we e found the year yer previous prvlou so s it will wi be boseen beseen beseen
seen that a scarcity scrcty of wheat whet in this thiscountry thiscuntr thiscountry
country cuntr is not the cause cUI of the present presentabnormal preent preentabnorml presentabnormal
abnormal abnorml increase Inore in prices pricesThe price pricesThe
The worlds wheat whet crop of 1609 lQg was waspractically WI waspractically
practically the same sme aa a the crop of 1907 lQ7 lQ7butnbout Io7butabout
butabout 7 per pr cent cnt less le than the crop cropof cropof cropof
x xIn SIn
of 1000 19
In considering cnsiderng the food of the people peoplethroughout pople poplethroughout peoplethroughout
throughout the world when wheat whet be becomes b becomes ¬
comes dear as it ia II now as the result rult of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this Chicago ChIngo corner the people pple use more morecorn morecom morecorn
corn than thln they the do when wheat whet Is cheaper cheaperIn cbepr cbeprIn
In many mny of our States our people pple resort ror to tocorn tocon tocor1
corn nrcad when wheat bread brad becomes becomesdear becomesdear becomesdear
dear con as a the coat cot of every ever days dY1 food has hasto ha baato
to t be carefully crefuly calculated calclated In the Old OldWorld Od OdWorld OldWorld
World the people pople resort reor to t rye re to t a greater greaterextent greaterextent greaterextent
extent when wheat wheat becomes bcon6 dear dor so that thatthe thattbe thatthe
the people pople who are running rnning Ibis thi corner cornerwill corer corerwi comerwill
will wi have to consider that less le wheat whe < t will willbe wi willbe
be used Iscd while whie it rorunins rdins at an abnormally abnormallynigh abnorly
nigh hl nrice nriceThe vriceThe ericeThe
The reporters relorers of the Department of ofAgriculture ofAgriculture ofAgriculture
Agriculture are farmers farmer living lving on farms farmsand fars farsand farmsand
and know if anybody anvboy knows and have haveknowledge haveknowltge haveknowledge
knowledge knowltge if anybody anyboy has ha knowledge knowlege of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the facts raCtR We cannot whistle whi d these thee men mendown mendown
down the wind If I we I seek tan an n honest honestclaKH honet honetI honestclass
class clw of community and hesitate heitate to take takethe tke tkethe takethe
I the word of the American Amercan farmers farmer we will willnot wi wIllnot
not establish etnbJsh truth trth by going Ioing to the gam gamblers gamblers am amhltr ¬
blers
hltr
blersThere
I There Thlre is il sufficient Fufcant wheat whlat in the thl country countryat countr
at normal prices prC6 to make bread for the theAmerican theAmfrcan theAmeican
American Amfrcan people pepl up to the time when the thenew thenew
new crop crp comes come and theme th e who attempt attemptto
I to keep prices prce up at present rates rate expect expectto
to get their money out of the common commonpeople commonrplethe commonpeoplethe
people rplethe peoplethe the consumers consumersThe conumers conumersThe consumersTho
The of wheat has
large majority left leftthe leftthe leftthe
the hands of the farmers farmen A fictitious fictitiousprice fcttious fcttiousprice fictItiousprice
price has been bEen created creteo The farmers farer are arenot nrenot arenot
not beneficiaries bnefcaries of such conditions they theywill the theywill
will wi naturally nnturly plant more wheat wheat and andnexfyears andneears andnextears
nexfyears neears crop is likely Ikply to be abnormally abnormaly
large when the gamblers will wi not be in inthe inthe inthe
the market and mischief will wil be b done doneby doneby
by disturbance disturbnce of the crop system systemIn
Mln In the corner corer of 1898 189wben when the price priceof
of wheat whot was run rl up u to 11 185 the price pricewas pricewa pricewas prce prceof
was wa depressed the following folowing year yer below
80 8 cents cent the result undoubtedly undoubtely of the theupoetting theupettnlt theupsetting
upsetting upettnlt supply and of demand the equilibrium euibrium of normal normalsupply normallupply normalsupply I
II I HEAT II EtT WORRIES ENGLAND ENGLANDFlour EW EWFour
Flour Four Low 1 and ane Bread High IIrh13 IIIgh13 13 Cents for forFour forFour forFour
Four Pound Poud Loaf Laf on Monday Mondaytprttol MondaypctaS londs londspral
tprttol pral Cable Ca l Despatch to Tax TRI SON SCNLONDON seN SONLoNoo
LONDON LONDN April AprI17Englan 17 17England England is as much muchagitated muchagitate muchagitated
agitated agitate as America Americ over the prospective prospectivewheat propectivewheat
wheat famine famineThe famineThe famineThe
The price prce of bread has h been rising ri ing rap rapidly rapIdly rapidly ¬
idly and It is announced announce that the four fourpound fourpound fourpound
pound loaf usually Isualy Belling selng for 9 cents will willcost wi willCOSt
cost 13 cents Monday MondayThe
The stock Itock of flour four in London is the small smallest smal smallest ¬
est et in many years yearsKvans year yearRvan yearsEvans
Evans Out of I 8 Mining Inlnl and SnielllnK SnielllnKCompan 8mflln 8mfllnompan SmeIIInCompany
Company CompanBOSTON CompanyBosvo ompanBOSTON
BOSTON April Apri 17 1The 17The The differences dilerencs be between b betwoen ¬
tween twen Robert Rober D Evans Evan and the other otherdirectors otherdiretors otherdirectors
directors diretors of the United Unite States State Mining Miningand Minng MinngInd Miningand
and Ind Smelting Company have been ad adjusted adjute adjusted ¬
justed jute through througl the sale lale to t a a syndicate syndicateof syndcate syndcateot
of the latter of Mr Evanss holdings in inthe inthe Inthe 1
the concern concer The transaction traOtlon was W8 put putthrough puttbrougb putthrough I
through yesterday 100000 100 shares shar of ofstock ofItok ofstock I
stock Itok being ling sold fold by Mr Evans Evan for a price pricesomewhat prce prcelomewhat pricesomewhat
somewhat lomewhat above the market quotations quotationswhich quotationswhich
which were today tody around I 4i a share shareThere shareTere shareThere
There Tere were 60000 60 shares Ihare of common and
40000 0 preferred preferre The Te purchase of this thisstock thisItok thisstock
stock Itok eliminates elminate Mr Evans Evan from the com company company cornpany ¬
pany because bause the th transaction carried carriedwith cardedwith
with wltl it his hil resignation aa I a director diretor cre and andmember andmember andmember
member of the executive exeutve committee committeeAbout commitee commiteeAbout committeeAbout
About 5000 5000t00 < 00 was WI involved Involve in the sale saleof 811 saleof
of the sOq stock stockReceiver stockReceiver stockflecclver
Receiver Asks Ak Authority Authort to Issue Cer Certificate CerUnetel Certltloates ¬
tificate tificateAIBAT Unetel UnetelAIBA tltloatesAveAr
AIBAT AIBA T April Apri 17 1Frank 17Frank Frank Sullivan SullivanSmith Sulvan SulvanSmith SullivanSmIth
Smith recerver recie of the Pittaburg Pittburg Shawmut Shawmutand
and Northern Nother RaIlroad Rirod Company Cmpay has hasnuked ha hasasked
nuked the upState upStte Public Pble Service Seric Com Commission Commilin Cornmission ¬
mission milin for authority to t issue 11000000 11000000receiver SI6O 31800000receIvers
receiver recivers certificates crtfcat The money Is II to torefund torefud torotund
refund refud certificates crtfcate of Indebtedness Indebteness and andpndlures ex expenditures oxpendltures ¬
penditures for improvement Improvement The propo proposition propositon proposition ¬
sition siton pndlures has hl been ben approvod by the Supreme SupremeCourtand SupromeCourt SupremeCourtand
Courtand Court ad the United States Statel Circuit Court Courtfor Courtfor Courtfor
for the t e Western WI ter District Diltrict of Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaProposed PennlylvanlaPropted PennsylvanIaProposed
Proposed Propted Iloston Albany Improvement ImprovementBOSTON ImproVmentl ImproVmentlDo niprovementisBosT
BOSTON Do BosT April 17 17The The Boston BOlton and andAlbanyHnllro nndAlbanyalrond andAlbanyRaIlroad
AlbanyHnllro Albanyalrond 1a < id has filed fle with the Hall Hallroad Rai flailroad
road Commission petition for the
a petiton ap approval approval tipproval ¬
proval by the board boar of an issue of bonds bondsto bondl
to the amount amont of 4500000 450 to be paid paidIn paidtwen
In twentyfive twen fve years from the date dat of ofissue ofiISUO ofiuistle
issue iISUO The company cmpany desires desirf8 to use Ul the theproceeds theI theproceeds
the cost of additions additionsto
proceeds prceel in paying additons additonsto
to and improvements Improvement in Its Il property propertyPasnenner propertyufnr propertyPassenger
Passenger ufnr Rate Reductions Reducton In tlliiourl MluourlCuiirano tlliiourlCHIPAOO II url urlCmcoo
CHIPAOO April Apri 17 1Folowing 17Following Following the tht lead leadof iewlof leadof
of the Chicago ehlcgo Burlington urlngton and ad QuUioy QuUioyItillrond Quicy QuicyIllrod QuinoyItalirnari
Itillrond Illrod other roads will w i make at two 0 and anda RndI
a I hiilf Rli cent passenger palengor rate rte in the State of ofMistourl of1I1ourl of1lNMourl
Mistourl 1I1ourl offeotivn electlvn probably IrolLhly May I 1 Thin Thinaction Thil Thisactioti
action has hal not been definitely dtlnltoly and uni uniformly unlfnrmly irniformly ¬
formly decided cecrlcr upon hut the Indepondnnt Indepondnntannouncement Indel0ndent Indel0ndentanlou Independsiutannouncement
announcement anlou lmpnL by the tht Burlington BurlnRtol will willin wi wIllIn
in the thl opinion of traffic trmo official ofcal cause OUle al alother RICthr all allother
plans pl3 other Cthr Mhiouri lutes 110 to to make m similar similarplana similarplans lmlar lmlarpl3
W f QBE RI FISTnjl FIRST FIRSTUNIOL PKIOMSECOHD PKIOMSECOHDMINERS 4 4BK I sEi SECOND SECONDMINERS
MINERS IN NO MOOD lOODT TO SUFFER SUFFERFOR SUFFERFOR
SlFFER SlFFERFOR
FOR ORGANIZATIONS NSSAl NSSAlLrse SAKE SAKELarge SAlLELarge
Large Lrse Number Nubr In I Favor Fav r of Having aYns Union UnionOfficials Unon UnonOmelall VnioiiOmejaI
Officials Sign AScmtran AgreementOrgan Aircemtnt Organ of orthe ofthe ofthe
the Union Unon Still SUI Talk t Defiantly DefiantlyAollrtty DenantY DenantYActhty DefIantlyAetlylty
Aollrtty of C Coa Coal al Carrying < nl Reads RoadiWILKESBABBE nadl nadlWILKESUARB ReadsWILKEUAa8E
WILKESBABBE WILKESUARB Pa April Apri 11 17 17All All of he theeleven heeleven heeleven
eleven coal col company compny managers manger who corn cornprise compre cornprise
prise pre the t special spial committee committe of the te anthra anthracite athr ant hra hracito ¬
cite operators oprator whic which will wi decide deide upon the thecourse thecours thecourse
course cours to i be b pursued as I to the mine work workers worker ¬
ers er who ho have refused rfused to renew rnew the agree agreement air agreement ¬
ment that has been bn in existence exlstencfor for or the thelast thelast thelast
last six yean year today tody completed completd the in investigations Invostlgatons Investigations ¬
vestigations vostlgatons they have been bo making to toascertain toascrtain toascertaIn
ascertain ascrtain the feeling of the employees employeesregarding employeergarding employeesregarding
regarding the situation situaton Quiet inquiries inquirieshave ilqulriehave
have been bo Instituted among the workers workersand work workersand 1
and it has been bn ascertained a tlne that a large largenumber largenumor largenumber
number numor of them are ar In favor of renewing renewingthe rnewing rnewingthe
the agreement agrllent rather than submit lubmlt to a areduction areduction i
reduction rduoton in wages or a lockout or to toundertaken tomdertakea toundertakea
undertaken mdertakea strike strke to secure le ur recognition reoogition of ofthe ofthe i ithe
the union fitany lny any mining ofclals ofliclalanow officials now be believe belevethatirUlicommltee beHove ¬
Hove levethatirUlicommltee that if this tlii committee at its is meeting meetingon metng metngon
on Monday ondy in New York proposes either eithera
a reduction ruclon in wages or or a lockout effec effective erec erectve effective ¬
tive tve say s May 1 waga providing the agreement agreementis agment agmentIs
is not signed by that time tme that many mine mineworkers mineworkers I Iworker
workers worker will wi endeavor to have hav their offi officials of o1cials ¬ I
cials Is the
ca sign agreement agreementThat agrment agrmentThat
That President P ldent Lewis is not in a mood moodto
to waive recognition rcgniton of the union and andgive andgive andgive
give in to the operators opratorll is evident by the theofficial theolca theofficial
official olca view vie of the situation Ituatonpublshed published in inthe hIthe ittthe
the mine workers union organ which whichwas whlcbwas whichwas
worer
was distributed distibutd to the th mine orgn workers worker in inthe il inthe
the anthracite anthrcie region today to day It I says saysJust sayshiet avaJlst
Just Jlst at nrescnt wrlent it Is hard to predict prcdirt what whatwill whatwil whatwill
will wil be the final outcome outcme of the matter If Ifever t ifever
ever there was WI a body bod of capitalists caplalsls who de deserved dpserved deserved ¬
served a good licking Icklnl It In 11 the li anthracite anthracitecool anthra < le leconi
cool operators oprrator If 1 ever there was wa a body bodyof
of tpen Qf1 irhp whl wh had just cause for strike in incrder Incrder
crder to mae conditions rnditons better beUellt it Is II the thpanthracite thl theanthrarite
anthracite miners despite deple the operators operatorsblow
blow about abut the award of three threl years ars ago agoThey 80 80They agoThey
They < th the he operators optratorsl have havevl violated lated It wih wihimpunitY withImpunity with withimpunity
impunity impunitY In every shape and form except exceptpossibly eclpt eclptpsllbly exceptpossIbly
possibly psllbly the price paid for mlilnlIn mlilnlInyardale miningIn miningInyardage nilninsr In Inyardage
yardage yardale day work and aOt every evrryothr other con conceivable cn cnerlvable conceivable ¬
ceivable manner They Thp have reduced reducedprices reducld reducldprlcl8 reducedprIces
prices prlcl8 and violated the agreement alreement times timeswithout tme tmewithout timeswithout
without without number Their objection objecton to reoog reoognbinif reCI recogairing
airing nl7lnl the union li a not because blCalRe they thtY are nreafraid are areafraid >
afraid it i will wi not keep ktep its ls obllallon obligations but butbecnusi biL biLbecRlsp butbeeatisi
becnusi becRlsp it trill wi compel them thlm to keep ketP theirs theirsand theirsand theirsand
and pay whatever whatevtr price Is agreed upon uponThis lpn lpnTbls uponTbls
Tbls they the know they the have not been doing doing1and doing doingand
and it has been to their profit profitA
A recognition recanllon of the union Inlon would wOlld putan putanend putannd putAnend
end nd to thls method mtthod of f jobbery not to call callit cal
it i robbery rbbery and interfere with wih the dividends dividendsof dllderds dllderdsof
of the companies rmpanies operating p ratlniin In that region regionThis rejlol regionThis
This Thil they do d not like lke and will wi not allow alow If Ifthey IfthfY itthey
they thfY can prevent any an organization oraonl7tlon or In Individual Indlvldual Indlvldual ¬
dlvldual to do It I seems to us lS the tte action actionof Icton Ictonof
of the convention rn ntor wa wise wiseThe wiseThl wiseThe
The Thl > miners will wi continue cntinue to work on onunder onInder onender
under Inder last years pars agreement alrrerenl if allowed allowedwithout alowed alowedwihout allowedwithout
without wihout signing any a contract cntrac or agreement agreementand alremlnt alremlntand
and if the operators operaton do not like lke it there is isnothing 1 isnothing
nothing for them to do but to close the themines themlns thelnines
mines It will wiihen then he up to them thfm for refusal refusalto
to make n just Jus and fair agreement aJrfment and andpublic ane andpublic
public publc opinion will 1 hold them and not the theminers theminers theminers
miners responsible re pn5lble for all al the trouble if ifany i Ifany
any occurs occursAll ocCura ocCuraAl occursAU
All Al the coal col carrying railroads rirod are arerushing arershing arenishing
rushing rshing the large nrge quantities of coal col in incars incr incars
cars cr on railroad rilrod sidings in the anthracite anthraciteregion nnthracitregion anthraciteregion
region to the tidewater ports pors those on onthe onthe onthe
the lakes lake and ard to points poit north norh and west westRailroad wet wetRird westRailroad
Railroad Rird crows which had bd been ben Laid lid dTT dTThave 0 diThave
have hve been called cle back hak to t work rind all allthe ni allthe
the motive motve power available avaiable for this klni klniof kln1or kiniof
of work is i now manned mnnt and some sme old oldengines oldengnes oldengines
engines have hve ben patched patche up to aid aidin aidIn aidin
in engnes the work This is being beln done to make makejroom makerom makeroom
rom for empty cars car coming cmmg back to the theregion therellon thereiion
rellon region which the operators opertor will wi fill fl as asquickly a aqUckly asquickly
quickly qUckly aa 8 possible From frm now on until untilthe unti untilthe
the expected tpece ultimatum ultmatum of the thtopertor operators operatorsexpires operatorsexpires
expires mined minedAll expir mine minedAll as 1 much coal cal as possible will wn be bemined I Imine Imined i
All Al the mine workers worker at the Blakoly Blakolycolliery Blkely Biakelycolliery
colliery cler of f the thl MottHaven MotHaven Coal COl Com Company Company Company ¬ I
pany a a Wilkesbarre1 Wilktbarrt organization orpanizton went wenton
on strike this morning moring because bou8e the com company COl coinany ¬
I ITht
any refused refuse to increase their wagesThe wages wagesThe
The Tht Iany men claimed caimed that owing to the thoquantity thequantity thequantity
quantity of water in the mine bad roof roofand roofand roofand
and other conditions cnditions they are unable unableto
to make a fair days wage at the present presentrates preentratl presentrates
rates ratl
OBJECTS TO UtILE RVLEWhich RUI Ij IjWhich I II Ihleh I
Which hleh Impede Impedes a corpra Corporation on Desiring Delrln to toSell t toSell I
Sell ItrclMerrl ReKl81 red Weriirttlni WeriirttlniDissatisfaction NeenrittesDissatisfaction lrtl I
Dissatisfaction Distisaction with the workings of ofrule ornle ofrule
rule nle 6 of the New ew York Stock Stck Exchange Exchangeas
as it was wa amended amende op ot January Jnnunr 2 is jl ex expressed exprese expreosed ¬
pressed prese in n letter lettr sent out by HenryKvans Henr Henry lenryEvans
Evans Evan president of the Continental Continentl In Insurance Insurance Inaurance ¬
surance Company Compny to all ni those interested interestedThe interete
The rule as it now stands stand declares declare that thatsecurities thatsecurities
securities eeurtl in the name of a corporation corprton I
or an institution inUtuton or in a name with official officialdesignation officialdesignation
designation ore not a delivery delver except exceptwhile exceptwhie exceptwhile
while whie the transfer trnsfer books are closed cloed when whensuch whensucb whensuch
such securities s6urite will i be a delivery delver only if ifthe irthe itthe
the statement sttement proper papers paper for transfer transfersigned j jsigned isige
signed sige by assignor ligor is written writen on each eachassignment ech echaslgnmenl eachassignment
assignment aslgnmenl and signed s tned by the transfer transferagent lrnsfer lrnsferagent transferagent
agent Mr Evans contends that this thisrule thlsnile thisrule
rule in effect eret penalizes penalze a corporation corporationfor corprtion corprtionfor
for following folowing the conservative conservatve course COIMe of ofholding ofholding 01holding
holding Its It securities Iecurite registered in its itsown itAown itsown
own name He says that under this thisrule thisrle thisrule
rule rle in order to sell sel securities scurite in its il own ownname ownname ownname
name while whie transferbooks trnnserbookl are open a acorporation acorporaton acorporation
corporation corporaton in most cases cae has to pay n ndouble adouble
double transfer trnsrer tax has to wait a day
longer lon er for its is money and if the purchaser I
insists Insl8t on delivery delver on time must mu t borrow borrowthe horrowte borrowthe
the te securities selrite for a day daythat daythat that it must be beshort heshort beshort
short of them in the market marketThe marketThe marketThe
The letter lettr continues continuesIf contnue
If I transfer tran fer books are closed cosed and th thtransfer thtransfer tho thotransfer
transfer agent lent refuses to sign irn the state statement slal statemeat
ment proper papers for transfer filed fed by byassignor bl hyassignor
assignor allirnor a as one of the most important importanttransfer Importanttransfer
transfer tranlfer offices recently recenty has refused reuled the thecorporation th thcororaton thecorporation
corporation cororaton cannotmake cannot make delivery delver until untl the thebooks thebooks thebooks
books are opened opned and has to wait not on onday one oneday oneday
day but perhaps prhap weeks for the proceed proceedof
of Its Is sale lale all al tills tl tb time tme being bllni short of the thebonds thl thebonds
bonds or stock Itok Jecolecton necolleqtlon of the North Northern ¬
ern em Pacific Paclfo panic suggests sURaestl how serious seriousmight seriousmight eriouamlaht
might be such inability Inabilty to make delivery deliveryIt deler delerI
It I ought to be possible for the Exchange Exchangeand
and the principal transfer offices omcs to agree agreeon
on workable rules rles for transfers by corpora corporations corporatons corporatlona ¬
tions tons which would protect prolec both brokers and andtransfer andtran andtransfer
transfer tran fer agents hut Jut at present the Inter Interests Interels Interrite ¬
rite of both are ar fully fuly protected and the thedemand thedemand thedemand
demand for a change In the rule mUtt come comefrom cometom comefrom
from tom the Institutions instutocs which wllch suffer suter under It ItThe ItThe itThe
The letter lettr concludes conclude by asking for co cooperation cooperation cooperation ¬
operation In bringing about aut a a change ohngo
in this rule which Is alleged alege to t work a adiscrimination adiscrimintion adiscrimination
discrimination discrimintion against agaist investment Invetmont cor corporations corQoratons corporations
porations porationsREPORT Qoratons QoratonsREPOnT porationsREPORT
REPORT ON WALL no LL STREET STREETJYIII
JYIII VIll 1 Be Unanimous and Wont De Heady HeadyUefofreMay RfldY RfldYD Readyi3koe
UefofreMay D i3koe fote la May I 1The IThe IThe
The commission appointed appointe by Oov OovHughes GovHughes byHughes
Hughes to investigate InvOtgate the exhcanges exhcangesconsidered exhongO exhcangesconsidered
considered cDidere yesterday the report ropor of its itssubcommittee Il Itssubcommittee
subcommittee lubcmmite on the curb market marketThe marketThe I IThe
The report rpor was w referred rferre to the committee committeeon cmmitee cmmiteeon
revision Incidental consideration
on was woealso wasailo wasalso
also ailo given to the Ennls Enils A fltoppanl failure failureThe talure talureThe failureThe
The work of the various subcom subcommittees Bubcm Bubcmmlte subcornmittees ¬
mittees mlte U u now about done The he final finalreport fnal fnalrepr finalreport
report will wi not be ready reay before btore May 1 1The 1The IThe
The repr commission cmml lon has ha already alre y made up its itsmind It Itsmind I
mind on some recommendations remmeniato to be bemade bemade bemade
made madeChairman madeChairan madeChairman
Chairman Chairan Horace Horae White outlined outnd yes yesterdny yel yesterdny r
terdny terny the form of the report repor It will willconsist wi willconsist
consist cnsilt of an introduction Intrducton to be followed followedby folowe1 folowe1by
by separate Icparntf chaptojs s on f ho the different dlrnrlnt ex exchangnx oxchanges I Ichang
chang The commissioners roeom roeommendit recommendntionl recoinmendatlone
mendntionl mendatlone mendit ionn will wi go into Intl the running ac account I ICOlnt Icount
count COlnt instead Instfac of being bunched bUDhfd by thorn thomIfivA thornselves I Iselvot
selves IfivA Mr 1r White aid that tha no 10 far there therehad j1 j1liad
had hewn no split aplt among long the commlsj1 commlsj1nionern cmml cmmlIlonem commis commissInners
sInners Ilonem and that the thl forthcoming forhcming report rtpr reportwould I1 I1would
would be unanimous 1 I <
uamoU
ii GOSSIP S IP OF OFBearish W4LL t 1 STEE STEEBearish
i rklB
Bearish earlh sentiment sntment was further stimu stimulated tt stlttuisted u ulated ¬
lated before bfore the opening opnln here yesterday yesterdayby yestery yesteryby
by a decline declne in the Ix London > ndon market In which whichthe whlohthe hlohthe
the most significant llnlRcant feature featu e was a I break breakIn brak brakIn
In consols 001011 The decline declne In consols made madstha mais maisth madethe
the th aggregate allrlale loss 108 for ths th week 1 points pointsand pointsand pointsand
and this was talked about as a matter of ofgrave ofrave ofgrave
th 8 mater
grave rave moment on the theory that the thehighest thehl Lbshilhest
highest hl hes knowledge kn wledge of international Internatonal politics politicsis poltcs poltcsl
is l displayed dilplayed in the action acton of this British BritishOovernraent DrllsD DrllsDGovernment BritIshGovernment
Government security The reaiolA rao reaoc for forhe forthe forhe
he decline declne was believed beleved 10 o be the uprl uprllnir upi upiIn uprisinga
lnir in Turkey Turk e but while whie London sold soldon soldon oldon
on balance balanc it did not sell sl as al heavily heaviy as 4 on onthe onthe onthe
the two preceding prceding day and not as much muchheadway muchhedway muchhettdway
headway hedway as was WA expected eXected was wal made mad by bythe byth bytb
the th Turkish Turkllh war talk Trader sold on onaccount onacount onaccount
account of it i in the early trading trdlDl but moat moatsuch mostslch moltsuch
such slch sales were war covered coverd before befor the close closeths clos closethe
the market dispjaying dspaYln stout resistance re Ilance to toattack toatach toattacks
attack atach all 11 along alonl alongthellna alongthellnaThe the Una UnaThe lul lulThe
The average a of railroad rairoad stock prices priceshad priceshad priceshad
had declined declned l < points in the two preced preceding prec precInl prerlog ¬
log Inl days da and a great deal deal of short selling sellinghad seilui sellinghad
had accompanied and In il part caused the thedecline Ihedeclne thedeclIne
decline declne But It I had been Insisted by b close closeobservers closeob closeobservers
observers ob rvers that t ha t the selling selnI pressure had hadbrought hadbrought hadbrought
brought out very few stocks slok from Im Important Important mmportant ¬
portant quarters flrtlr and It I was evident In Inthe InIho inthe
the early earl earl trading yesterday yesteray that Ihe market marketwas
was a oversold that the short Interest Intert was wasoverextended wasoverxtended wasoverextended
overextended overxtended then just as a early in the Iheweek thewpek theweek
week there thlre had been an aggregated aggel8ted and andtimid andtmid andtimid
timid tmid bull bul account This was go o obvious obviousthat obvloul obvloUethat
that both room room traders and floor foor traders tradersconsidered Irador tradersconsidered
considered considerd It It advisable to cover and it itwas Itwas itwas
was this short covering conducted on a aar alaae aarge
laae arge ar e scale cae that was va principally principly respon responsible respn respntlble responible ¬
sible for the gains Outside Interest was wassmall wassman wassmall
small the trading was almost entirely entirelyprofessional entrl entrlproreSlona1 entirelyprofessIonal
professional professionalTwo proreSlona1 proreSlona1Two I ITwo
Two young younl men were monopolizing ronoplzlnl a acertain acerlaln acertain
certain news ticker Icker as usual Wua when It Itprinted I Itprinted
printed Secretary Sfcretnry Wilson Wison remark remalk that thatJoseph tbatJopph thatJoseph
Joseph was the only man vho ho ever success successfully slccess slccessful stuccoesfully ¬
fully ful cornered rrnerpd the grain supply Uppl Joseph Josephsaid Josephsaid Iosphsaid
said one of them Who does dols he mean In 11 It Itthat Itthat
that it i in 11 Arthur 4 Joseph Dont be silly sillyretorted siy siyrelorled sillyretorted
retorted the other Arthur A rl hur Joseph Joler > h non nonsense nonsense nonsense ¬
sense lie le means JOB Jeiter JeiterHeading Leier LeierJtadlng LeiterReading
Heading Jtadlng was wa the centre of speculative speculativeactivity sppculalve sppculalveactiviy speculatIveactivity
activity activiy All A I the thl old and new ntlv talk about aboutthe abu aboutthe t tthe
the commodities clause brought broughtout
crmodilps cause case was wa hroulht hroulhtout
out again and the expectation e pectalon that n 1 de decision decsion decision ¬
cision csion may ma be handed down Monday seemed seemedto
to traders tradlrs to make dlficussion dlf usslon of the old oldcaa oldcase oldcase
case timely lmp A morning paper fanned the thebrpee thebrte7e thebrie7M
brpee brte7e with a circumstantial crcumslanlli account accunt of ofthe oft ofthe
the t inside proceedings of the United Hnled States StatesSupreme StatesSupreme StatesSupreme
Supreme Court declaring declarint that the Judges Judgeshad Judgeshad iudgeshad
had voted five fve to four against alalnst the railroad railroadside rairoad rairoadside railroadside
side of the case It I may have been blen in part partfor prt prtfor partfor
for this reason relOI that Reading advanced advancedthree advancedthree advancedthree
three points to about the highest level 111 of ofthe otIhe ofthe
the movement movementJersey movpment movementJersey
Jersey Central advanced 7 710intslrldl points Friday FridayYesterday FridayYesterday
Yesterday it i vent ent more than twice as l far farclosing farcloslnl tarclosing
closing closlnl at a I 278 18 after a net gain of 17 7 points pointsLike point pointsLike
Like 1ackawanna it has sold
recently rcnty at athigher athigher athigher
higher prices pries than thanwereever were ever paid before beforeBankers beforeBankers beforeBankers
Bankers declare declar the bond market still stillvery Itl stillvery
very er good although alhoulh the demand Is admit admittedly admItledly admitlediy ¬
tedly not as great reat as aswas was the cas aa aee early in inthe Inthe inthe
the year Yfar However there thlre Is a strong con cons COl
s tant demand prices pr es hold well wel and the themarket th themarket
market continues contnues to broaden out Latterly Latterlythe Ialerl Ialerlt
he t bonds to which the speculative element elementattaches elementataches elementattaches
attaches ataches particularly plrtcularly convertibles conertble have havesold tlive tliveRold havesold
sold rather better than before New
beter ew se securities eecurtles soctritte ¬
curities curtles of the standard railroads ralroadlar are readily readilyabsorbed rdiy rdiyo readilya
absorbed absorbedTha o bsorbedThe beorbedThe
The figure fur In the bank statement at attracting attraetlnJ attracting ¬
tracting traetlnJ the greatest gretest attention atention were those thoseof tho thoof
of the loan In the Hearing < loorlnJ House Itale Italement statemnent state statement ¬
ment of nctiml condition cOldiion I hero was shown shownan
an increase incroaseoflul4i000ln or SIIIMIOOO 114000 in the Iholoan loan account accountand Iccount Iccountand accountand
and the loans and investments Inestllmis of the th State Statebanks Stalehnk Statsbanks
banks hnk and trust trult companies Increase Incrted SIS SIS877ooo II 1t
877ooo 8711 The increases in these Items Itoml seemed nesmodall 8elmod 8elmodal
all al the more 10re Interesting Interlstnl on account of the thedecline thedeclno thedecline
decline in the Flock market and
declno reports re rehortsthat reportsthat orts ortsthat
that there had har been bel1 distribution of stotiks stotiksfrom stoksfrom to ka kafrom
from Important quarters quartersMany flRrters flRrtersIany quartoreMany
Many conservative cOIstrvate broker brokerl will wil be dis disappointed dll disappinted ¬
appointed applnte T the Hughes Ilghe commission comml i n does doesnot does10t doestint
not 10t recommend r comlend some measures tending tcndhi to toafford toalord toafford
afford alord protection to customers CI8tomlr1 of brokerage brokeragehouses brkerale brkeralehoull brokeragehouses
houses houll The business surfers lurer front rrorI every everydisclosure eVlry eVlryrlcloure everydtcIoiure
disclosure rlcloure of reckless rekl or 1ncrupulou 1ncrupuloupractee unscruputoupractIces upscrupulous upscrupulouspractice
practice practee the broker who affords arorlb his hi cue customers eustorners cuelomere ¬
tomers absolute aboolilp security loses lo fs business businesstogether hU8lnpsIether tuisinesqtgether
together Iether with wlhlhe the others Plherl on the occasion of ofevery ofevery
every 110 sensational failure faiure for whenever whenevercustomers whencercu wheneverciisonlers
customers cu omel ate deprived dCI > rit1 of their principal principalor prlncpal prlncpalor
or winnings lnnlnll hundreds are deterred from fromspeculation trol troutpeculntion
speculation or investment Ineltm nt that they thp might mightotherwise mightotherwise I
otherwise undertake 1ndertak The public publc can canhardly ean eanhardly canhardly
hardly be blamed for f r this thi attitude atlure It has hashad h hashad 5 5had
had abundant opportunity oPort opport uni unity to note that after afterevery Irer Ireretry afterevery
every etry failure fal I re big or little ltle brokers in the aa s saun4 saun4exchange me meexchange
exchange IXChltie with lie h failed falll firm frm lose little littleAlways IUf littleAlwayii
Always wa it Is I the CUltOIP customer that loses And Andin
in the case coe of the Ennls A Stoppanl failure failureon faiure faiureon
on Tuesday there thte were more than thal 2 2000 000 such suchcustomers luch luchcuomers suchcustomer
customers None N one of them may have been beenheavy beenhp8r beenheavy
heavy trader lrder but the smaller Imaltr the trader traderthe traderthelolder trailerthe
the thelolder louder the noise and It I is Idle Idlf to say ay that thatIhe thatthe thatthe
the volume 0111 of business bulle on big hi and little littleexchanges ltle ltleexchanlpq littleexchanges
exchanges exchanlpq has not already been curtailed curtailedby curtaie
by their clamor clalor and protests protestsKvidcnces protestldcnc protestsEvidence
Evidence ldcnc of the t effect eet of the failure falure in inStock InSlock InStock
Stock Exchange xchnnlf circles clrcl have been noted notedin notf
in the decrease dfcrelse of public publc participation partcpatlon in the themarket themarlet themarket
market marlet since slncE the day dl of the failure faiure There Thereare
are reasons to believe belee I hat the story lor has hi not notall notal notall
all al been beln told moreover so that In n some somequarters somefU sonicquart
quarters fU quart art erA there t hlre is i an In apprehension apprehen lon that thlt addi additional additional additional ¬
tional capital may mo be made out Olt or It by b ene enemies enemles cnnmutes ¬
mutes of the exchanges exchangesFINANCIAL schang schangFZCII xchangeFININCLtL
FINANCIAL FZCII NOTES NOTESThe OT ES ESThe
The National lonll Hank of Commerce Commprcf will willexpon wil willexport
export xpn Sloooooo IOQO gold old coin 10 o Argentina Argentinan nrenllnl
n 11 itt xt Tuesday luesdayST 1dIY
ST FOR INFLlENVK INFLlENVKllierl 1IIEE 1IIEEhprt
llierl T Shore Arrrsteil rt9td Accused coI5ed of ofTrjlns orTrying f fTrlnl I
Trying Trlnl to Bribe a I Naval 111 naI Officer OfficerAlbert OmcerAlber OlticerAlbert
Albert Alber T l I Shore whom the Federal FederalGrand FederalGrandJury ederalGrandJur
Grand GrandJur Jury of Brooklyn Brookly indicted indicte on April Apri AprilC
6 on the charge of attempting atempting to bribe bribea brbe brbea
a a naval officer ofcer was WI arrested areted yesterday yesterdayby yesteray yesterayby
by Marshal Marhal Henkel at 5S7 5 7 West Wet Twenty Twentysecond Twentyaend Twentysecond
second aend street stret He Hel was arraigned arrlge before beforeCommissioner beforeCommissioner beforeCommissioner
Commissioner Shields who held him in
2500 26 bail bai for examination tomorrow tomorrowLieut tomorrw tomorrwLieut tomorrowLicut
Lieut Emory Emor S Land Lnd an assistant assistantnaval I assistantnaval tat tatnaval
naval constructor at the Brooklyn
cnatrcor Brookly navy navyyard navyyard navyyard
yard the complainant reported rpor to the theNavy theSavy theNavy
Navy Department Deparment that Shore Slore had sent senthim senthim senthim
him a check for S25 25 asking him to use his hisinfluence hisinfuenc hIsInfluence
influence infuenc to get ge the Government Goverment to lo 0 pur purchase purchMe purchase ¬
chase a certain cerain instrument intrment designed delgne to totest totet toteet
test tet the hardness harne and durability durbity of armor armorplate aror arorplate armorplate
plate On tho information of Lieut Lieutlnd LieutLand
Land the Navy Department Deparment naked aked the theDepartment theDepaMment theDepartrnentof
Department of Justice JUltlc to look lok after afer Shore HhoreVFOVLU ShoreJrLl Shore1FOULI
VFOVLU JrLl HURRY IrnRI MORSE VORIE AWEAL AWEALOr PPEHOr
Or Have ave the Stay Vacated lcated and the Hanker HankerSent DankerHent flankerent
Sent ent to Atlanta AtlantaHenry AUantaHeDr AtlantaHenry
Henry HeDr L Stlmaon Stimsn who has ha been ben re retained r retamed ¬
tamed tine by the Government Goverment as I special specialassistant spcla spclaalalstnt specialassistant
assistant alalstnt to t AttorneyGeneral AttrneyGeneral Wickorsham Wickorshamto Wlokelhlm Wlokelhlmto
to prosecute the case of Charles W Morse Morsefiled Morsefiled Iore Iorefle
filed fle in the clerks cltrkl office ofce of the United UnitedStates Unit IJnitscIStates
States ttes Circuit Court of A ppeals yesterday yesterdaynotice yeterdaynotce yesterdaynotice
notice notce of a motion to bo made tomorrow tomorrowasking tomorrowking tomorrowasking
asking king the Court Cour to set down the appeal appealperemptorily apPal apPalpremptoriy appealperemptorily
peremptorily for a hearing the on first firstday firstday
premptoriy trst trstay
day ay of the May 1ay term If I for any ny leason leasonthe leaon leaonthe measonthe
the Court cannot hear the argument Rrgment on onappeal o onappeal
appeal appal at that time tme Mr lr Btlmson will willask willask 1
ask that the stay of sentence sentnce which was wasgranted wasgrantd wasgranted
granted grantd to Morse after afer his hil conviction convicton bo bovacated bevacale hevacated
vacated vacale and ant Morse MOln bo sent lent to t Atlanta to toserve t toserve
serve lere his hil fifteen ffeen year sentence sentenceV Rontnr RontnrJ
V J H Court onrt Takes Takf1 Kxcluuhe 1cluhl JurtMllctlon JurtMllctlonof Jurldl ton tonIf
of If Ilalc tane alln ales In Mluourl MluourlKANHAH MiesourLKANSAS 1ourl 1ourlKANRAR
KANSAS CITY Mo 10 April Apri 17 11Judge 11JudgeSmith 17JudgoSmith Judgo JudgoSmith
Smith McPhorson McPherfon In an amended amende decree decreehanded decre decrehande decreehanded
handed hande down in the United States Hllte Dis District Dl Dltrlc District ¬
trict trlc Court Cour today tay reserved rterved exclusive exclusivejurisdiction ncluslvojurldlclon exclusivejurisdiction
jurisdiction jurldlclon In Missouris Jrlsourl rate cues r and andIn andIn
In effect efot Instructed tho State Htato courts curt to tokuup tokeup tokeup
keup out of tho case The hf decree dore will wit wll dis dissolve dil dissolve ¬
solve lolvf the to Injunction InJulctlonngnlnt against the railroads railroadsKmiding mlroda mlrodalmln rallroadspendIng
Kmiding pendIng lmln In II the State courts curtJ And started startedy t uartedby rted rtedhy
hy y the tit Stiilo tuLn officials onlciall to enjoin eighteen eighteenrallroado ehhtlfurllroade eighteenrailroads
railroads rllroade operating OJr tn in Missouri Mil otri from put putting puttng putting ¬
ting tng the thl three thre threecent cent passenger pa 8enger rate into intorr iut intoeffoos
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THE tiIGHT NIGHT COURT 6 T H DEFENDED DEFENDEDf DEF HbB HbBJ
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p EXtf EXMIGISTRATE AO1STRATE A6ITR TE OMMEN 01 VEN din CRITICISES OBTI OBTIISES dinCISES ¬
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Then Te ExJmtloe Eoltloe Whitman Wblma Testifying TeUfS Be Before Be Before ¬
fore the Page Pall Commission Commllton Say 8ar It ItHas I Itlisa
Has la Accomplished Accmpllbeent Its Main ain Purpose PurposeSeparate Prle PrleSeparate PurposesSeprate
Separate NlBht Court urt for Women WomenAlfred WomeDAltre WomenAlfred
Alfred Altre E Ommen who was wa a police policeMagistrate plee pleelbgistrate policeMagistrate
lbgistrate Magistrate under Mayor Low appeared appearedyesterday app appearedyesterday red redY8tordy
yesterday Y8tordy morning before the Page Pale Com Commission Cm Cmmlslon CoinmIssion ¬
mission mlslon which whic is investigating Invetgatng the minor minorcourts minorcurt minorcourts
courts curt in the City Hall Hal and expressed expree the theoplhion the theopinIon theopinion
opinIon that the night court curt had had not notaccomplished notacoomplshe notaccomplished
accomplished acoomplshe what wha was waR expected epete of it itHe ItHe ItHo
He said ld he supposed suppsed it had helped helpe to do doaway doaway doaway
away with wih the professional prfesionl bondsman bondsmanevil
evil evl but bu he introduced introduce a number of f ob objections obJectqns ohjectlqns ¬
jections Jectqns against it One of these thee was waswas Ya waswas
was that too many mny people pople particularly particularlywomen prtloulrly prtloulrlywomen
women are crowded into the Jefferson JeffersonMarket JefOnon JefOnonMarket JeffersonMarket
Market prison at night another that it itlias Ithas Ithas
has not reduced edce the prevalence plevalenc of the thesocial tle tlesocial tuesocial
social evil evi The professional pr esslonal bonds bondsman bondsmiu bondsman ¬
man evil evi he hOMid said had given way to the theevil t tevUor theevil
evil evUor of worse wore shakedowns by the police policewho plice plicewho policewho
who used a work house Magistrate Magistrateif
if such a aone one happened happne to be sitting sittng in inthe inthe intbe
the night court at the time tme as 1 a bludgeon bludgeonto blldgeon blldgeonto
to collect colect blackmail blckmi from the women women of ofthe otthe ofthe
the street Policemen Polcmen he said sld also alsouse al alsouse
use the night court now as a place to get getwarm getwarm getwarm
warm Instead of going into Int the back backroom backroom backroom
room of a saloon they arrest arret a drunk drunkand drunkan drunkam4take
and an am4take take tke him down to the night court curt curtAn courtAu
Ap Au answer to Mr Ommen was WI made madeby madeby madeby
by Charles Charle S Whitman Whiman who was presi president prel preldent president ¬
dent of tho Board of ollagistratebeforo ollagistratebeforohe Magistrates before beforehe
he was appointed appinted to t the Special tpecal Sessions Sessionsbench Relons Relonsbench Sessionsbench
bench Judge Whitman Whiman said ld that the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two chief purposes purpose of the night court courthad ourt ourthad oourthad
had been to provide at all al times tme a place placewhere placewh placewhere
where wh re a Magistrate could culd be found who whowould whowould whowould
would be empowered to take tke bail bl and andsecond andsend andsecond
second send to empwere provide an immediate Immeite hearing hering
for Iprisner prisoners arrested arrete on minor charges chargesThese chargeThee chargesThese
These Thee two purposes Judge Whitman Whitmanbelieved Whitmn Whitmnbleve Whitmanbelieved
believed bleve had purpse been accomplished accmplshe The Thecomplaint Thecomplait Thecomplaint
complaint complait against the crowding of Jef Jefferson Jefferon Jetfeuson ¬
ferson feron Market prison was WI rather a com complaint COO coniplaint ¬
plaint against the prison and its is facilities facilitiesthan faoUltithn facilitiesthan
than thn against the court as for women womenbeing womenbeing wombnbeing
being kept there in too large numbers numbersfrom numbersfrom numbersfrom
from late at night until unti early morning morningor
or oven over Sunday waiting transpor transportation tranpor tranporttion transportation ¬
tation ttion to the workhouse Judge Whitman Whitmansaid Witmansid Whitmansaid
said sid they were better beter off or than tan if they theywere theywere
were were held over in a police plc station sttion untilmorning until untilmorning untilmorning ther
morning before they even had hd been ad adjudged adjudjed adjudod ¬
judged judjed guilty guiywih guiltywith with the alternative alernatve of ofpaying orpmg ofpaying
paying pmg a professional bondsman bndsmn an ex extortionate e etortlonlte extortlonate ¬
tortionate tortlonlte price for his services servicesAs serIC
As far as lS the social soal evil evi was con concerned cn cncerne concerned ¬
cerned cerne Judge Whitmn Whitman said that the theframers thetramer theframers
framers tramer of the bill bi did not nt presume ureuie it itwould Itwould Itwould
would eliminate elminte that thattbl thattbf tha It < was wa not notaimed notaimed notaimed
aimed at that evil evi Judge Whitman was wasunable wa waunble wasunable
unable unble to understand undertnnd how the night nightcourt nightcurt nightcourt
court curt was responsible reJnsible for the extortions of ofdishonest otdishonet ofdishonest
dishonest dishonet policemen policemenMr plcmen plcmenIr
Mr Ir Ommen had ad advocated advocte the estab establishment etb etblishment establishment ¬
lishment of a separate Womans Court Courtfop Courtlor Courtfor
Ioprate
fop the trial of f abandonment abndonment and se seduction e eduction eduction ¬
duction cases cse Justice Justc Whitman Whitmn said saidthat sid sidtht saIdthat
that tht he le was WI in favor of a second sond section sectionof IBtion IBtionofthe sectionoftbe
of ofthe the night nigh court in which the women womenprisoners womenprisner womenprisoners
prisner prisoners would be D segregated egate This Thisilso Thisalo Thisalso
also he said Ild would assist ISlst in relieving releving
the conditions cnditons In the Jefferson Jefern Market Marketprieop Mrket Mrketprilp Marketprisop
prieop The records reords of the night court courtchow courtthaw courtshow
chow that the proportion prprton of men to women womenamong womennmong womenamong
among the prisoners prisoner arraigned araige has been beentbout ben benbut beenshout
shout but three thr to one oneWONT oneJONT oneWONT
WONT JONT BE SOLD FOR TAXES TAXESGreenwood TXESGremwoor T4XESGreenwood
Greenwood Gremwoor Cemetery < Dreamland Deamland and andLuna andLuna afulLena
Luna Park Will WI Pay Up UpComptroller tp tpCQmpnoler tpComptroller
Comptroller CQmpnoler Me Metz 17 naa naaavlriad advertised that thaton
on May 12 I he will wl sell l at public publo auction auctionat
at the Borough Borugh Hall Hl in Brooklyn the theproperties theproprtes theproperties
proprtes properties in that borough brough on which the thotaxes thet thetates
taxes t cs have not been ben paid pid siice si otpce c 1898 1898The 1898The 1898The
The catalogue cataloge was finished fnilhed yesterday
There are several Merl thousand thou8nd property propertyowners propertyowners
owners ownerl in I arrears arrrs but the great gat propry propryownerl mass ma of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the indebtedness indebtdnes Is for small Imal amounts amountswhich amountswhich amountswhich
which will wi undoubtedly undoubtdly be b paid pId bqfore bqforethe bsforethe for
the th day of the sale Ble Among the delin delinquent deln delnquent delinquent ¬
quent properties shown in n the catalogue catalogueare catloge catlogear
are ar Dreamland in Conev Island 112 1237 1237una iZ37Luna
Luna > una Park JI 15 3300 500 the Brighton Beach Beachtacing BeachUacng BeachItaclng
tacing Uacng Association ssoiatlon 1150 15000 and Green Greenwood Grecnwood Greenwood ¬
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fendanta fendantl were wer ret r reburned irned lred by byajury a gjury jur in the theUnited theUntd theUnited
United Untd States Circuit Cirmlt Court this forenoon forenoonbefore fornoon fornoonbor forenoonbefore
before bor Judge Lowell Lowel in the suits llibl of the theKnickerbocker theKnickerboker theKnickerbocker
Knickerbocker Knickerboker Trust Company Cmpany of New NewYork NowYork NewYork
York against Albert Albrt S SBlglow Bigelow Robert Robrt D DEvana DEvan DEvans
Evans Evan Stephen M Weld Theopbllus hepblus Par Parsons Parsons Parions ¬
sons Er William Wila Conant and Russell Russl S SCodmar SComar SCodman
Codmar Comar The jury jur went out at 345 345oclock 345oolock 345oclock
oclock yesterday yesterdy afternoon aferon and reached reachedan rache
an agreement a ment at 830 83 oclock oclockthis this morn morning moming mornlng ¬
ing It I made rade its is report at 10 oclock oclockThe oclockThe oclockThe
The actions acton were wer to t recover re over the te bal balance ba balsf00 ¬
ance anc due on subscriptions subecrptoD reQver for f r the stock stockof stck stckof
of the American Amercan Silk Sik Company Compny a cor corporation corporaton corporation ¬
poration poraton formed forod to t take tke over a number numberof numbr numbroffik
of offik silk manufacturing manufactrng concerns concrs The Thetrust Thetrlt Ihetrust
trust trlt company advanced ndvance 1843000 18430 on sub subscription BUb subocription ¬
scription scripton contracts controts to the syndicate syndicatewhich syndict syndicatewhich
which later ltr assigned asige its it rights right to t the thecompany thecmpany thecompany
company cmpany Within a year the newly newlyformed newlyfore newlyformed
formed company cmpany went into the hands handsof
fore of a receiver rciver The trust trst company compay then thensought thenBought thensought
sought to recover the balance blnc on the sub subscriptions sub subscriptions ¬
scriptions but the defendants defendant denied deniedliability denie deniedliability
liability labity BcrlJtons claiming that they were wer deceived deceivedby decive
by the syndicate managers fanager and promoters promotersthrough promoter promotersthrough
through a 0 prospectus containing alleged allegedmisrepresentations alege allegedmisrepresentations
misrepresentations misrepresentationsThe mlarpresen ta ton
The Te trial tral of the actions began bega March 30 30The 3 30The
The Te amounts amount sought sught from the defendants defendantswere defendantswer
were wer as follows folows Bigelow 70000 700 Evans EvanaSiOOOO
SiOOOO 1700 Weld S40O 40000 Codman Caman S7500 S7500Conant 17S 7500Conant
Conant 14500 1 4501 G and Parsons Paron J20000 J20000THE 20 20THE 20000THE
THE COTTON MARKET MARKETSpot V4RKETSpt
Spot Spt People Competing Comltns for Near Months MonthsTexmi MonthsTexas
Texas Still Stl Dry DSme DrySome Some Recent RaIns Bainsbat RaInsbot Rainsbut 1
bat Not Enough EnoughPrices EnoughPrices nonrh < I IPrics
Prices Prics again ran upward even through a abank abank abank
bank of big selling selng orders order Texas 1exaa had hadpractically hadpraclcaly hadpractically
practically praclcaly no rain and spot IPOt markets were weremore weremore weremore
more active acte nt rising ri lng prices price These Theo two twothings twothlnas twothings
things greatly areaty encouraged eneouraga bulls buls Some Somewho Somewho Somewho
who recently recimt predicted pralcte lie Ic with wih bated batedbreath batedbreath batedbreath
breath now name a higher price prie as a the theultimate theultmate theuultlmats
ultimate ultmate goal Speculation Speculaton is I spreading spreadingA IPradln IPradlnA
A big bil days business was wa dono In a two twohour twohour twohour
hour cession s8810n An Al interest In wheat gradu gradually gradually radu radualy ¬
ally aly wanes Interest In 11 cotton colon wales wa es The Themore I Imore
more radical bulls buls assert a eert that the trade tradehas tradehl tradehas
has hl seen sen no such season of promising promlsinJ bull bullspeculation bul bullspeculation
speculation IPecullton for years eart past and may not see seeits so seeIts I
its is like lke again aalin for years CI1S to come core However Howeverthis
this may be large lar e spot houses hous were com COI COIpelnR coinpeting
peting pelnR for the thl near months and the these thesewere o owore ewer
wore wer even stronger Itronger than the tht new crop cropmonths cropmonths cropmonths
months Large spinners takings and the theupward theupward theupward
upward tendency of the thespot spot a t markets marketl may mayexplain mayexplain manyexplain
explain this The spinners takings t lllgs for forthe forthe
the woek wtek were 234000 uO bales bale against inouoo I 169ooobales O
bales bal a for the same week last last year Liver Liverpool Ler Lerpool Liverpool ¬
pool bought bong ht here at tho conning openlll Outsiders Outsidersbought Outsiderbought Outsidersbought
bought On the rise rl e Wall Wal Street sold soldheavily soldheaviy soldheavily
heavily heaviy but the market absorbed the offer offerings oter oterIngs offerings ¬
like Chicago and Memphis Memphiswere
ings lke a sponge Chiago llmphls llmphlswere
were also ailo good Iood sellers seler8 The he trading tradinl ring ringtook rilg rilgtook ringtook
took the short side sld for a turn tur but drew a ablank ablllk ablank
blank blllk As s one man put it i The market marketHlmply market11ply marketsimply
simply 11ply ate up the cotton coton On the late latecurb lalt latecurb I Icurbprct3
curb pricM were 5 points higher luy luytouching Iulytouchinl iuiytouching
curbprct3
touching touchinl 1048C O 8c and andOctober October 10 10c 10cSonic > vc vc8omo c c80me
Sonic opinions opinionsllaYdon Hayden Stone < t Co CoToo CoToo CoToo
Too much attention is 1 being beln paid to ap apprehension apprehension apprehension ¬
atenton
prehension of profit taking taklnl wih with conse consequent lonMeflen consequent ¬
quent reactions and too little ltle attention atention to tothe tothe tothe
the flen broad reacton proposition propoilon that general generl trade tradeis lrde lrdeIs
is coming cODlnl fast hack to high hllh water mark markwith marllh markwith
with lh prospects pro pects of the greatest consumption consumptionof con umpton umptonof
of cotton on record and that the new crop cropto
to coton nay SI the least recor is starting startna Inauspiciously InauspiciouslyUnless InauMplcloullv InauMplcloullv1nlesl
Unless 1nlesl TOTOS 1eB gets gell good rains over Sunday Sundayhliher 8Und 8Unda Sundaya
a hliher hlher market looks goo probable Jrobablenext prohabienext next ve wok wokWilam week weekWilliam k kWilliam
William Kay Ha A I Co It Is II eanv ea9 to mark markup markup markup
up Wilam the price reduce short interest but how howto ho hoto
to dispose dispos of ofthe the I actual surplus lurpl1s lttow now die distributed dietrlbuted ¬ I
tributed trlblted over the world I to the manufac manufacturers mauufacturer manutacturers ¬
turers turer Is not so easy eas a problem to solve solveTexas solveTexas
Texas will 1 raise ralt less 118S cotton coton next year tar but butthat hutthat butthat
that deficiency defciency may ma be made up in other othersections othrslctlon othersections
sections slctlon Because BeCalM grain is extremely high highseems hllh hllhleems highseems
seems leems to be the favorite favorie bull bul argument alQlment why whycotton wh whcoton whycotton
cotton coton must mlat be cheap We have always nlnaysreached alw8sruched alwaysreached
reached the top In past manipulative con condition conllon9 conciltions ¬
dition earlier flrler than anticipated antcipated Dick Dickliros DickBrQs DickHrs
Hrs llon9 A Co It I continues contnues dry In Texas Texasand Teu9ani Texasand
and ani outside sentiment 8fntiment appears appea lo be more morebullish morebull morebullish
bullish bull h than ever Longs have taken takenprofits to takenprofits
profits profts freely and are arl waiting for n reaction reactionto reacton
to buy bu back Mr 11r Patten Palln thinks cotton cottonat eolon i ial
at present prices pries relatively rlathI no higher hllher than thantl thanI
tl for wheat whtat S H 1 Chapln k Co We Wewould Wewould Wewould
I would advise adt e caution cauton In 11 further operations operationson
on the bull bul sidn 911 and suggest SUIItst profit t > rolt taking takingon taklnl
on further furher fciges fcigesHenry tUlIS tUlISIfnrr tigesHenry
Henry Clews Ciewl A Co The original orldnal basin basinfor baRbfor basisfor
for Ifnrr the present sharp rise is the unfavorable unfavorableprospects unfavorsblepropccts unfavorableprospects
prospects for the I he new crop In Texas fXa and andalthough andalhough andalthough
although numerous nUIrOlt light rains rins have oc occurred occurrfd occurred ¬
curred alhough currfd lately in the Southern Souther and Eastern Kasternsections Easter Easternection
sections ection the t h larcest part plrt of that I huge hUle ter territory tel territory ¬
ritory rlor Is still si suffering surerln from the prolonged prolongeddrought prolonjfl prolonjfldrolght prolongetidrought
drought drolght Southern authorities alhorils noiv claim claimthat claimthat
that it I nill wi require perfect weather weathfr condi conditions conditioni < ondilon ¬ I
tions lon to raise only oul 0th a fair sired siTId cotton Ioton crop cropIn cropIn < ropIn
In Texan exa and In any event the yield ield will wi be bevery beerx bevery
very late and short anr Carpenter liaggot liaggotA
A Co 0 Notwithstanding otwihstandlnl an advance of ofover ofover ofover
over 100 tO points in the last fifteen ffeen days the thetechnical thetechnical thetechnIcal
technical position posiion of the market maket Is prac practcaly practically ¬
tically unchanged While it has broadened broadenedon
on tcaly sudden advances there has been a dis disposition dlsposition ¬
position to LViuiaate and await reactions reactionsor
or new developments before coming into intothe Intothe
the market consequently there has always alwaysbeen alwaysbeen
been strong buying power on even easy easyspot eayspot
spot Norden A Co With practically practicallyno
no short Interest In the market any general generalselling generalselling
selling movement would probably cause a aharp asharp
harp break breakBuyers breakBuyersMcFadden
Buyers BuyersMcFadden McFadd en and Craig interests interestsand
and scattered commission houses Sellers SellersWall SellersWail
Wall Street Chicago and Memphis Clif Clifford iiiford ¬
ford sold 12000 October December and andJanuary andJanuary
January E Van an Dyck lOOOO to coo October at
10 23 1 RIordan 10000 October at 1024 1024Cotton 1024ttton
Cotton on the spot advanced ir > points pointsMiddling pointsMiddling
Middling I07SC The Houthern snot mar markets niarkets ¬
kets were 1ldc to 3cc < o higher Middling MiddlingCiolveston Mid dl lug lugOslveston
Ciolveston 10 5usc t c New Orleans 10 It 516r 516rSavannah i6c i6cSavannah
Savannah 10 l10e and M 3liiipliis inphlH inphlHSales t0e t0eSales
Sales Galveston 030 New Orleans ionv ionvSavannah l090Savannah
Savannah 1072 and Memphis 2400 L < oo bales balesFutures halesFutures
Futures advanced IS to 19 point cloning cloningsteady closingsteady
steady with estimated enlesof 230000 bales balciOftn balesOpen
Open lUg Lou Clot Prey rreitag Preytile
tag fit VII < ng lose loseMarch1014
March1014 1014 10 IT 10 u in 1010 17 10 1004 10041045 01
10 4 104S idSS 10 10411042 4110 42 1027 1027July 1027luly
July 1044 1041 10 10315 31 10 10431044 IO 44 10IR 10IROctober 1025October
October lozs 10 1027 27 1025 in saio24 10 1011 1011Iecember n nDecember
December 1024 10 1025 ZJ 10 10114 in 10 1022lOin 22 10 23 1001 1001lanuary 10 H HJanuary
January IOH lOIK 1013 10 171018 1004 lOMiFutures 1 1Futures
Futures In New Orleans were as follows follows4ptfl i iOpen
Open Utah law Ilm los Im ImIna rcr rcrtile
tile tit en PS ma Ilnte IlnteMay tile I
May to 1033 a 10 1033 39 10 iO5 s 10 1010 to 10 1021 1021July 21 21Uy
July Uy 10S4 1051 1047 10 ioxs 11 10 41 J JOctober IOctober
October 1 lOI ° 1 1024 ° < 1 101 ° > 1 1021 ° i lOfts ° I IIn IIn <
In Liverpool spot cotton declined 3 points pointsMiddling pointsMiddling
Middling 583d Sales 00000 bales In Incltiuilng
eluding 5000 American Import niooo nioooIncluding uuoooincluding
Including 5000 American Juliirt closed I IS
4 S to 4 points higher higherielert
1 ielert e IrTrfn Ir T r IM it las ISfliKyTune lasMiyjUfle
KyTune JJO J l hull Hollluly hullltllytilgIlst
luly ltllytilgIlst Uizmrt 547 47 f 14 42 ilay ilayOctober ilsiOctober
October Xoieiiher i38V 35t > 533 533Liverpool 1 31 31Liverpool
Liverpool Is due lo come S point up on onAugsburg onBavaria
Augsburg Bavaria rabies There In It a agood agood
good demand for spot cotton floods floodsmarket Ooodniarluet
market active and firm firmII
II K Craig Jr received I lie following followingtelegram followingtelegram
telegram front Itopla Tex eevetItytivemiles jovpmynyj jovpmynyjmiles
miles went of San Antonio Weather nll nlldry stjlidry
dry Only partial rains No o coMon tot tori planted plantedon
on vet here Spring thus far remarkably remarkablycool
cool and dry drvThe dryrh
The rh stnllitlrnl position an man tin from fromIhe fromthe
the Ftniinixil tjrnnirlr irvrtirle Is IIH folios followMIMtttreti s slhIs
IMtttreti lhIs iee laituee ilf ueCA IPIK IPIKVlllhlf iSSialhtn
Vlllhlf supply > 4701MK 47l14t I 4135tEs 4135tEsor l2 > l0s l0sOf
Of which American a4 t5445a9 M s713xll s713xllCropinsight 7lS li SOitloi SOitloirrnilnl
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OF NEW JERSEY JERSEYNotice V VNotice
Notice to toholders holder of Itsconvertl ttsc nverti
blegoldnotesdated tile go Id notes dated May lit IM ie ielnsturiag fl flinaturlur
inaturlur November ittt S Sauuiounting IM0 IM0amountlnc
amountlnc to SU2O000OOpar MOIKOOOOOOat MOIKOOOOOOatpar
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Pursuant to the provisions of the thbas boye boyeJersey
described Issue of nOtes and oftbattitsL oftbattitsLagreement
agreement aecuring th same msdebo msdebotween
tween Public Service Corporation olNeve olNeveJerse
Jersey and Fidelity Tiust Company Compeayef if
Newark as Trustee datedApril Kith 18thIg
Ig 1006 notice Is hereby given that thatth the ft d
holders of said notes or If registered tan tanrtglstrred 18eregistered
registered owners thereof may mayietweea mayietweeaprI1 between
April prI1 13th and May let 1809 present the thesame I Isame
same with the November Ml 10081 luSQJoOu luSQJoOupool oou I Ipons
pool respectively attached for coavetfl coaverslon I Islon
slon Into an equal amount atpar atpsrofjh atpsrofjhstock of Mia 1 1stock
stock of Public Service Corporationrut Cozporatioarthe I Ithe
the office of the Corporation In th Clt ity ityof I Iof
of Newark New Jersey In 1acasea5yof 1acasea5yofsaid cane any oi I Isaid
said notes presented for or con convegstew versionsbeI versionsbeIregistered he heregistered
registered bey must be accorapMIM vl
by an assignment thereof to tbe theoor5ofa theoor5ofalIon corpora 1 1lion
lion duly executed by the rezUtetol regIsesa1owners I Iowners
owners thereof thereofThe W I IThe
The Corporation will on onor or beforeHiy befOt lli lli10th
loth lew issue and deliver deliverto to end In lntMe lntMename the1 the1name
name of the bearers of saidnotes said notes of ptIt ptItregistered lt ltregistered <
registered the registered registeredowners owners thttoOf thttoOfcertlncates ql qlcertillcates
certlncates for the number of shareSqr sharesqethe Vl Vlthe
the capital stock of the Corporation equUV equU equUat I Iat
at their par value to t tbefacevWasLthi tbefacevWasLthinotes he face valuaotUie fv fvnotes
notes left for conversion that la to to3r say jat 51ihe ill illthe
the rate of ten tensbares shares ot stock to for eacb 21
f loouOO note noteJAMES > SI SIJAMES
JAMES P nUSrHBEMtes DUSEN8EMIrTreaa l lTIFFANY
Treaa
tks tksTIFFANY
I TIFFANY COMPANY STOCK FitII FitIIHas
Has paid 2S 3 annual dividends for ioinyiu ioinyiuAddress iniaVt iniaVtAddress
Address stating offers for Mme toAVfiO
1 1673 73 General Post Office N NY Y City CltjrWOULD CityWOULD
WOULD you like to receive anlnoom of 1 1i
5 > i to 25 upon a small Investment In New NewHeal 1 1Heal
Heal Estate In middle middient of dontorjB doutioti181turing u uluring
luring district No risk no axpens axpensIncome cspensemIncome
Income every six months Will bear i ivestlzatlon clos closvestigatlon
vestlzatlon and once Investltatfcdvit once3 once3vestor ouevestor
vestor INVESTUKNTS bOi7 boa TIIaIiq TIIaIiqStation Tt TtStation
Station New York YorkFLKCTlONi 41 41ELECflON4
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ST LOUIS RAILROAD COIIPA COIIPACleveland COIfPANY COIfPANYCleveland
Cleveland Ohio ObIoAprli3ri5OL ObIoAprli3ri5OLNOTICE April 3rd 19 < Bt BtNOTICE
NOTICE IS HEREBY IIERIthYMeeting G1VBN tbal the AunWIi AunWIiMeeting
Meeting of the Stockholders of this company companyfor chmpasfor
for the election of Ulrtctors and fOiMBe fdt 18 tjsu5sI tjsu5sItim tr trlion
lion of sucb suebotherbusleess other business as 3m15itbqprOflS1 3m15itbqprOflS1to may be beto <
to the meeting will be held at tbe thoprtncinsi prmi prmiof OO55 OO55ot
of the company In ClevelandOhlOiMC ClevelandOhlOiMCWEDNESDAY CievatandOhiaatVit CievatandOhiaatVitvuuNEsuAy
1 WEDNESDAY being the Sib day of ofat 3 3at
at It oclock A II The poll will conUnU conUnUone 010 Jt JtI
I one bur thereafter thereafteruy after 12 rcii7t tf
J3y Order of tbe thoBoarcj Board ° ot Director DIreetOvwioiir J Jafter ftH ftHlQlir
vwioiir lQlir W v pARDEBSe vARDSge4ryi vARDSge4ryiPUBLIC rl ttr5 ttr5PlBLIC
I PUBLIC PUBLICNEW PlBLICNEW
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NEW YORK SUPREME COURTTH1 COURTTH1DICIAL CoUnTTH1hJ CoUnTTH1hJtICIAL
DICIAL DISTRICT 1ISTItICTUlSlIllCOVNTY 1ISTItICTUlSlIllCOVNTYin ULSTER COUNTY COUNTYIn
In tbe theisetter theisetterThe Matter Matterot
ot otThe
The Application and Petition of
1 rMuard Simmons Cbarlea Iv IvCtiadnlcl NChadwkl
Ctiadnlcl and Charles A Stew Kbawconstituting Stewconstltutlnc
constituting the Hoard of Wateri WateriSupply n nSupply
Supply of the he City of ofNeW New York Yorkto Irrlo
to acquire real estate for forand and on onbchalf 0 0behalf
behalf of the theCity City of N New w York Yorkunder Yorkunder
under Chapter 724 of the Laws of ofino
ino anil the new amendatory amendatorythereof amenistrytthereof
thereof In the town of Hurley HurleyIIster liurleytiiter
IIster County New York for fortlie forthe
the purpose of providing an ad additional adItr ¬ j
ditional supply of pure and andwholesome p pwholesome
wholesome water for the use of ofthe ofthe
the City of New York YorkPublic r rPublic
Public notice Is hereby herebyglveg riven t tbaib n f thei of Iet Ietrouifirniatlon dec decconfirmation
confirmation of the Third SeparateReport SeparateReperdgnr
Klifnr L Kursman Edward M Nlcuitandlbar NlcuitandlbarU Nlcoltand Chai ChaiU
U Cox who were appointed conuatsslooers conuatsslooersappraisal conurtaslonersappraisal
appraisal In the above entitled mailertiy mailertiyorder mster p
order of thlt thl Court made at atthereof t SpeclaT fer ferthereof
thereof held at the Court House IntbeiCls IntbeiClsKlni
Klni Kingston > ton Ulster County N Y June a lhi lhiwas i iWa
was tiled In the omen of tile Clerk of tk IheiSo IheiSoof usty ustyof
of INter al Kingston N Y ontba onIthe12hgysj onIthe12hgysjApril innBay al
April luoo and affects parcels numbers numbersws twat twathundred
hundred and twenty nyc > 22il twoliundrM tw hundrtda hundrtdathirtyeIght M Mthirtyeight
thirtyeight Oi two hundredandtortvt hundredandtortvtci hundre aai4for44wU
ci 1242 > two hundred and fortytbreerismit fortytbreerismithundred fortythrsd1343tWhundred
hundred and forty fortyfour four 344two Hundred Hundredforty IiundmdsfortIlve
forty fortIlve Ove C43 > two hundred and elitirCOOtw elitirCOOtwhundred eLxtyO50iwhtitidrcd
hundred and sixty sixtynine nine ami two tWohdn4es1 tWohdn4es1iblrtYs1x hUjj < lied MM I
thirty iblrtYs1x six n it36 IM n 81 > two htmdredaad htmdredaad1onr3I5p htmdredaad1onr3I5ptwo onyum onyumtwo
two hundred and slxtytbree CM t263snd4wo and mot motdred bee beedreci
dred and fifty fiftyfour four CM shown on tbe tbefeep tbefeepthIs map maptills
tills proceeding 1 1Dated t We WeiJated
Dated New York ork April 12th 19flO 19flOJrRANCIS 1901YIiANCIS
JrRANCIS KEY KEYCorpor4tioa4 PK PKCorpora
Corpora CorporaHallof Corpor4tioa4 onfl54t onfl54tIfailofflecords
Hallof Ifailofflecords Records New NewYorkClty York City CityNlW rj rjNIW
NlW YORK SUPREME COURT COURTNINTH 4
NINTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT nlSTniC1lT nlSTniC1lTW1TCIiISTlaCOiJN1 11 11viwTCiusTBa
W1TCIiISTlaCOiJN1 viwTCiusTBa viwTCiusTBaKENSICO tj 1h 1hStNslco
KENSICO HEHIiUVOIU iuuSu1tVOlRSlrIOtstE3th iuuSu1tVOlRSlrIOtstE3tht
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In the Matter of the Applicationand ApptlcatlonafldPtdof PBtltto PBtlttoof
of J 1 Edward Simmons CharlesN CharleaNClxadwltk CharleaNClxadwltkCharles Chadwlelc IM IMCharles
Charles A Shaw constituting the theVater Woitd J Jntcr
Vater ntcr Supply of the City of New Yorkttaiiqulr Yorkttaiiqulrreal YothttjiWreal
real estate for and on behalf of the City of of4sw of4swYork New NewYork
York under Chapter 724 of the tfleLawot Laws ot IOJJ6 ioo and andase sattile
tile Acts amendatory thereof thereofCastle ttiereofintheToadft4otJ ttiereofintheToadft4otJCastle
Castle ase Wcitchcster ctr County tjewrYorkvpr tjewrYorkvprV the thepurpose
purpose V of providing an additional addblonaraUppIyn addblonaraUppIynpure supply of ofpure
pure and wholesome water fofUio use us of ofIM ofIMUts tM tMCity
City of New ow York wNgl 1o 1optHLIC <
t 4 4tlic
PIBLIC NOTICE lihereby giventhit taTbli taTbliSeparate thob1rdSeparate
Separate Report ot Burton C Melettan fVIl fVIlII Whlio WhlioH
II Dowd and Benjamin Howe who Wi1OW5t5 vet vetpointed sp sppointed
pointed Commissioners of Appraisal In the abov aboventitled abovaentltted
entitled matter July 20th 1807 was filedIn M ssaolilce Moffice
office of the Clerk of the County of Wetcaester Wetcaesteron
on the 0th day of April 1908 1009Said 1908Raid
Raid Report bears date April 7th 1M 1Maflects 14 14alTecisParceli
aflects alTecisParceli Parcels Nos 123 IS 129 13J Part Iatotig Iatotig14i43 at atI4141144
I4141144 14i43 144 Ita 1M 1541531S7162 154 155 137 102 IM 17017117 1701711717H 11 11ITS >
ITS and nd IRD shown on the map niapmt In this prooe41a prooe41aPUBLIC pmodtegPUBLIC
PUBLIC NOTICE Is further given thL thLppilcattofl hattHi hattHiapplication
application wilt be made at a Special SpeclalVermof SpeclalVermofSupreme Tern ofMM ofMMtiupremv
Supreme Court to be held In and for the Nlatfe NlatfeJudicial tai taiiudiclaI
Judicial District at the Judges Chamber In ta taCity 80 80cit
City cit of Mount Vernon Westcbester SestchesterCouay County New NewYork NswYork
York on the 8th day of May 1900 atlU a1tOoeI8tW a1tOoeI8tWin ocloelr ocloelrIn
In the forenoon of that day or as soon aoonttiereafteri aoonttiereafterias thenafter thenafterat
at counsel canbe caa be heard for an Order ootMlnnhir ootMlnnhirsaid
said lleport and for such other anctfijrther anctfijrtherrelief
relief as s mav be Just Jiuctlisted vt i W WUated
listed Apr II Mfca 1909 i illLtNCiS J JCorporation
llLtNCiS KIIY puDfJtT j em
Corporation Counsel 0oknutomee Ov OvOffice
Office and Post Office Address Hall 6fHcoid OZSscor4Corner < v
Corner Chambers Ciiambefs and Centre Streets BorouPl BorouPlof
of Manhattan New York CUy CtyPROPflSAIA wvf j jSKALED
PROPflSAIA PROPflSAIASEALEI
SKALED BIDS OR PROPOSALS wUL wtlLbe wtlLberiived fca fcarrlved
rrlved by b th the Hoard of Water WaterSupply Supply In tathe fi fiof euo euoof
of the Board 2 259 9 Broadway H NCw w Y Yoi8Rs Yoi8RsluG
luG ninth floor until 11 A M on Apr Aprlor Apri1LsL Apri1LsLbr
lor contract H t for furnishing and andcither daily dailyeither
cither or both of the following crata c15315u01up c15315u01upClass o oCla
Cla Class s K FOil Oil OilClass j jClass
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At the above place and dm tn U < U Upublicly <
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