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THE SUN. THURSDAY, APRIL 13,- 1911.
WAY TO END COTTON TROUBLE
at hew ii em: will see that
mils of laiuxu Ant: o k.
::n:rr anil Carriers Think It Will Ho
tnmc the Cause of Friction and
snfreiiard mrrlmn anil Foreign
Inlrrrsts o Absolute lluirantee.
The fotlon I'M! 'f lading controversy,
rlnrha boon tho cause of unset! lenient
in thi forelRn exchanco market and In
i!io cotton tr.ido for more Jhan a year,
civil'' yesterday to a sotllement, bolioved
I iv the bankers Involved to be final.
was expected, tlin solution chosen by
ir.i stih-commltten on cotton bills of
U.'r.n of 1 tin American Hankers Awo
oiai'ton. by m.itiaRors of forolRn exchange
departments In New York banks nnd by
tcpresentatlvcs of t ho country'" chlof
cotton carrying railroads at their meeting
vrslenlny was not any plan for tho abso
lute guarantee of tho validity of cotton
hills of lading by bankers luro or else
where, but a sciiotno for the founding
in New York of a central ofllce or bureau
tn which all advices of bills of hiding
Issued are to be sent. That bureau will
scrutinim all bills and contribute its
supervisory integrity, to tho validity or
Yesterday's conference was held in tho
Chamber of Commerce. Fred I. Kent,
vice-president of the Hankers Trust
Company and chairman of the American
Bankers Association's sub-committee on
cotton hills of lading, presided. After
the meeting Mr. Kent issued the follow
A meeting was held nt the Chamber
of Commerce. 65 Liberty street, Now
York city, at 3 o'clock Wednesday, April
lj.whlch wa attended by representatives
from the Southeastern and Southwestern
cotton carrying railroads, the Liverpool
Bills of 'Lading Cotton Conference and
the sub-committee of the bill of lading
committee of tho American Hankers
"The meeting was called for the pur
pose of putting in motion plans which
would make it possible to handle the
coming cotton crop without friction and
along lines satisfactory to shippers,
railroads, steamship companies, Ameri
can and foreign banking interests nnd
"A resolution was passed expressing
approval of the formation of a central
office in New York city, to which all ad
vires of bills of. lading Issued are to be
sent, provided such an office can be estab
lished along satisfactory lines. A com
mittee wa appointed for the purpoc of
outlining a system under which such an
office could be established, consisting of
representatives from each of the bodies
present, viz , the Southeastern cotton
carrying lines, Southwestern cotton curry
ing lines, the Liverpool Bills of Lading
Cotton Conference nnd the bankers' com
mittee "It is confidently hoped that a way
has been found to projierly safeguard
hills of ladlnc icsucd for cotton and make
their acceptance by financial interests
both here and abroad justifiable."
Vmong the cotton carrying railroads
representee! nt th meeting were the
Illinois Central, Seaboaid Air Line, Cen
tral of Georgia. Hock Island, Southern,
Louisville and Nashville, Missouri Pacific
and the Missouri, Kansas and Texas.
The American Bankers Association was
represented by four out of the sl mom
tiers of Us sub-committee on cotton bills,
fillbert O. Thorne, vice-president of the
National Park Bank; John E. Oardln,
vice-president of the National City Bank;
Samuel Sachs of Goldman, Sachs fr Co.,
and Mr. Kent.
Mr. Kent said after the meeting that
ho was sure that the establishing of th
eotton bills or lading bureau in New York
would completely satisfy all demands
from London ror a guarantee of tho
validity of American cotton bills. TIip
substitution of the bureau scheme for
the old. much talked of enforced guar
antee of bills by American bankers or
railroads Mr. Kent thought a very de
sirable change of attitude on the part of
all the interests Involved.
OSI.Y fiHAI'E .IVICE FOll SALE.
Dot the Habhl Washed llown Ills Illseults
lth siotnethlns sitrenRer.
Araong tho many prisoners in tho nifht t
court yesxeraay morning was a jrray
haired man with a flowing beard who
said h waa Hahhi Aaron H. Shrot-dor
of "44 Fifth atreet. He was charged
with selling liquor without a license.
Policeman Murphy of tho Union Market
station, who arresteid him in a store nt
"4 Avenue D, ttaid he saw the rabbi sitting
in the rear of the store with a demijohn
at his feet He saw tho old roan fill two
bottles with liquid from tho domijohn
and sell them to two unknown men. Ono
cave tho rabbi a bill, ho said, and tho
other a silver coin. He watched him
for fifteen minutoH and then went fo.
Policeman .Myers. The two policemen
saw the prisoiiij,- fill a bottlo and hand
it to a man Then they ente red the store,
aveMed tho rabbi and took tho bottle,
which contained whiskey. The demi
john had disappea-ed.
Mr Suroeder denied that he sold liquor.
Ho said he sold nothing but. grape juice
and unleavened biscuit. The whiskey,
he said, waa for his and hii employees
use, and that he was about to take a
drink when ho was arrostod He alwuya
opened a store every year just boforo
tns Passover to supply Hebrews with
grape Juice and unleavened bread,
Kamuel II. Happaport of 283 Seventh
street, a clerk In the store, Bwore nothing
ws sold there, but grape juice, motzes
M motien flour, Ho said the whiskey
for the clerks.
Ths rabbi's son. Henry, corroborated
lUppaport's testimony, particularly as
to th whiskey and its use, He was not
allowed to drink if. but th others did
The policemen could not deny it m Ik lit
ha.vx l'""ii nothing stronger than grape
I'lire that they saw the rabln selling
Mfteihtr.ltfi Mnlltn CVAVII Mr Klll-noilo -
tli" ln-nefit of tho doubt and dis"ha-ged
him with a wn-ning
I nninllilnted I'.xchanur Nnmliiatloni.
HfRiilar nominations for the Consoli
dated Stork Kuchange's annual election,
'o i 1(.r on Monday. May H, were an
r.nimred yesterday: President. Ogden
" H'idd, firs; vice-president, W, I.. S.
Veii second vice-president, I II,
v,u m treasurer, K. It. (Irant: chairman,
nli'ii me Mott, board of governors to
riB wo years, N. V, Peters, li. Wnk
iev (('Connor De Cordova, I.. McLaugh
' ! I tank Howell, John E. Hoev, W . V.
Ir'jit; I' , Farnsworth, D. K. Levey,
nil K i Adams; arbitration committee,
tlhoiin. S. J. Drake, II. J. Hoflnmn.
1 l ly. I. K Taylor, K. H. Schuyler
"lid i 1'hilbrick, trustee of the gratuity
' md I D Scoble; nominntlng commit -
''e I) ,1 O.lllil l I. Vollmor It Siniitli
W nn NVss, (i, l Turton, W, P. Knger
'" II lerlllllie.
I be Itaki-rs I iitnns Threaten In Strll.e.
I.O(,-iU ion. iiii. iin. nv.i and ,'ilij nt the
loiinu'vin mi llakers .ami Confectiojiers
Interim' ii, nn) I'mon have made demands
i n the employing bakers for higher wanes
Jid a shorter wiukday, to go Into effect
"T.'iv I and to be enforced liy strikes in
oakeries where the demands are refused.
I.oral f) is composed of the bakerson tho
J a1-! Hide and is called the Kosher Ilakers
1 nlon In most cases th" increase nf
"ages demanded is $2 a week The hours
ft work demanded range from eight to
Dice a day.
Lee, Higginson & Co
New York BOSTON Chicago
In denominations of 1500 and S1000 '
Yielding from 41 to 51
Hoston, New York, Chicago. Philadelphia
HICCINtON A CO
(iOSSIP OF WALL STREET.
"The action of the governors In declaring
Ciood Friday and Saturday exchange holi
days was Indispensable for tho rlbace'of the
exchange," was the substance of more than
one remark sfter the close yesterday. The
Idea was that brokers have come to hato
one another as they have lcome more
nnd more Irritated over tho lack of business,
r.xclletnent Is part of the floor broker's
existence, without it lie Is not himself, and
he has not been feeling normal latterly.
The governors have enforced strictly the
law against horseplay on the floor. The
merry sports of the past dull limes are no
longer permitted and Innocent ways of
beguiling Idle moments nro now hard to
find, with the result that letting fall sar
castic remarks has become a popular pas
time. When the remarks strike nerves In a
high tension the lesult Is not altogether
pleasant, t'ndotibtedly, as most brokers
said. It will do the members good to forset
the troubles nf business for a few days.
Yesteiday Justified the prediction t hat
the worst was yet to come. The turnover
for the entire session was iot.OOO shares,,
or less than has been done with one excep
tion In any previous five hour session since
March, toni. when the market was awaiting I
the decision In the Northern Securities case.
About half of yesterday's business was
transacted In the first hour. In the second
hour only in.ooo shares changed hands and
In the third only s.ooo shares, which Is a low
hourly record for a lonir time. Nobody will
be surprised if the turnover Is even smaller
to-day, for very few traders will be seen
In the offices until Monday, and probably
more than half the brokers have already
Floor traders who sttseked and tempo
rarily depressed prices on Tuesday did ot
renew yesterday the attempt to start some
thing. Thev were principally concerned
In looking for chances to retire the short
contracts put out the previous day. Most
of them waited until the late afternoon,
fni, IV.A marlfAt IimH nrMvlmiall l.jin Arm
and stolid and had offered almost no oppor- j
(unities for coverlnir nt a profit, when In
the late trading the covering movement
heiran stocks advanced promptly In about
the only ceneral pries movement of the day.
It had been expected that tho Pennsyl
vania directors would offer for sale 141.
uoo.ono of the Itoo.ono.nno new stock recently
authorized by stockholders, so that.thoush
Pennsylvania stock sold off, the announce
ment occasioned no surrrlse. The decline
In the slock was probably due to specula
tive selllne of the stock against the rights.
The rights opened on the curb at 2 and
cloed st I1.
It's got so bad that the firm of .Tosephthal.
I.oucheltn A Co. has gone to paraphrasing
the Hlble. "Decisions deferred maketh the
market weak." declared the firm In its
market letter yesterday
Wall Street men who had considered the
special session of Congress a crave menace
were encouraged by the net inn of the Demo
cratic caucus in the House, fin (he first
day of the sesson,.when .mr hills were In
troduced, It appeared that a general over
hauling of the tariff was contemplated, and
men Interested In Industrial concerns were
even more than before Impressed with the
advisability of going slow pending ad
journment It looked then as If tariff sched
ules affecting most of the Important lines of
Industry were to come up for discussion ,
and agitation and that very few would
be free from the threat of unsettling busi
ness conditions. Yesterdav most of the
men Interested In the big Industrials seemed
. MtnaMa 1. .He. nl. B.nn. f 1 1 I n AmArti
programme had been laid out by th ma- j
Jority In the House
To Canadian reciprocity little It any ob
jection has been raised by the country's
"most successful business men, Most of
them favor the measure h surlily. To the
ret of the programme some objections
may he raised by manufacturers. Some
manufacturers of steel may be put out by
the contemplated abolition of duty on wire,
Some manufacturers of agricultural ma
chinery mny be displeased over the pro
posed free admission of agricultural imple
ments, though tho International Harvester
Company, with Its agencies nil over the
world, has shown nn ability to undersell
foreigners In their own markets. The
revival of the textile trade mny be retarded
by the proposed revision of the cotton and
wool schedules. Hut generally Wall Street
men discussing the tariff yesterday agreed
that the programme outlined by the caucus
was much less drastic nnd radical thnn had
Many of the bankers and business men
upon whose judgment the greatest reliance
Is ordinarily placed have considered the
prospect of general overhauling of the
tariff a greater menace to business than the
chance of adverse decisions In the trust
cases. Some of them thought yesterday
that the assurance of moderate action by
Congress should lend greatly tnwaril a
restoration of confidence.
'I here was one very much agitated per
son in the financial district yesterdav. lie
Is n speculator whose hobby Is trading In
Urooklyn Itapld Transit, nnd he rushed
Into n broker's oltlce nt about 5 o'clock yes.
terdny and inuutred almost breathlessly
whHt had happened to U. I!. T. since It
came nut Hint the company was prepared
to bid for new suhwnys under the trlhorough
plan. Tire broker, awakened rrom a nap,
admonished the excitable person to becalm..
"Here are vour quolHtUins on Brooklyn,"
he said, "closed yesterday, opened
to-day. T7'. ; highest, 77,: lowest, 77V.
last. 77'. You can buy at the top or sell
at the bottom orvlce versa, Just as you look."
The customer regained his composure In
sinntanenuly and Instantaneously decided
that lie wanted nothing on either id of
Since the Pennslvnnln stockholders
gave authority to the directors to Issue
1 1 nn ,nnn,rion new stock and It has been un
derstood lhal onlv Ml.OOO.OOO of the new
slock would be offered this year there has
been considerable nrliitrnglng between the
stock nnd the lights. The favorite end
has been side of the stock nnd purchnse
erf Hie ilchts Yesterday when It was
announced Hint the sn.dtm.io stock could
he pu'd for In two Instalments, between
May III and .bine " and between August,
is nnd September I, Hie nrhlt r.mers were
wort led, for n uunrlerly dividend Is payable
Mnv .'ll nnd nnotlier Angus' .11, If those
of them who were short of the stock were
obliged 'o piv two dividends they were
sure lust-is on the arbitrage, 'I lie propo
s'tlon purled Hie Pennsylvania transfer
iiffbe, but ll was" sild after the clo.e that
only one dividend, thai ' August II, need
I . imid, Hie om"iiil hulk" rending between
.Mnv HI nnd .nine ami interentmiiy e
i ludlnc May .11, one of the dividend days,
li. F. Yoakum, who returned from th
Southwest early in the week, compared
notes with John W. dates, also recently
relurnsd from that section. After their
talk Mr. Voaktim said: "Mr. dates finds
conditions In the Southwest excellent,
coinciding entirely with my own views.
This condition I dna In innlnm rnln.
Winter wheat In the Southwestern States,
will be harvested about tho middle of May. ,
These rains have'not only benefited win-'
ler wneai nut nave so prepared the,Broiind
for cotton nnd corn crops that n tremendous
drought will be necesnry to offset them."
XEW PEXXSVLVAXIA STOCK.
nights Accruing 4leflneil t the iHrec
In connection with tho "stock allotment
by tho directors of tho Pennsylvania
Railroad of. lo'por cent, to stockholder
of record May 5 at pa- a -resolution was
adopted defining the exact details or the
"rights." Stockholders may subscribe
for the J4,li00,000 new stock between
Mny 31 and June 3. Payments mny bo
made in full or in two Instalments of 5i)
per cent. each. If instalment payments
arc chosen by a stockholder he must pay
In the first half between Mny 31 and June 5
and the second flalf between August IR
nnd September I . Warrants will be issued
to each stockholder for 10 per cent, of his
..The amount of stock outstanding on
March I was B.2J2.S21 shares, with a par
value of M12.fllfl.I0O. The total outstand
ing after the allotment will be about
MOXEV AXD EXCIIAXCE.
Money on call on the Stock Kxcnsnee
yesterday opened at 2 per cent . hlchest
3'(. loncst 3. and closed at I per cent I
Most of the day's loans were at !'i per,
cent. Time money ruled unlet, wltfi un
easy tone. Rates were '.", per cent, for
sUly dnys. 2', to .1 per cent for nlnetv
days, .1 lo a;; per cent, for four, five anil
six months nnd 4 to 4' Iter cent for over
me year, mere was a ralr business in
commercial paper, which was quote,! nt
U 4! per cent, for sixty to ninety davs
indorsed bills receivable and four to six
months pflme single names; 4', per cent,
and upward for others.
Sterling exchange ruled steady. Hates
rose slightly and closed at o.iwm.sihi
for sixty days. 4.s2.-tf 4,m.l for demand
and 4.S6.VS1T4.NMX for cables. Francs were
cjuoted at 4.20 less .t-B4'i.l.rn less .4; relchs.
marks, 9.1 l-ls plus I -del M'i less .4.
lomestlc exchance on Xew York Ilos-ton-10c.
discount. Chicago 30o. premium.
Charleston Ttuylna, nar: selllnir, t-inc. pre
mium. Cincinnati Par. St UiuU'-a.V
premium. New Orleans Commercial, Snc
discount' banks, si premium. Minneapolis
- sec. premium. Montreal 48tft IS'jc dl
count. St. Paul-(Or. premium Snn Fran
cisco -40c. premium.
Money In Ixindon. 2SM3 Per cent Hate
nf discount in the open market for short
b lis, per cent , and for three months
bills, '."i per cent Consols closed yester
dav nt si 1.VIA for money ami SI l.V-te tor
account. Pans cables minted the cloine
nrice of rentes at P6 francs ;', cpntimev
Private rate of discount, 2', per cent. K
chanire on Indon, 2--. francs 3')', centime-.
Berlin exrhanire on Ixindon, 2l marks tn
PfKs. Private rate of discount, s", per cent
New York Clearine House statement
K-Kchsnies. 2flS,4S:.n;7: balances. I14.S2; -Ml.
Sub-lreasury debit lialnnre, $1.304n4.
Commercial price of bar silver in New
rk. ri!,c. Sliver in London closed at
24 n-te 1 Mexican silver dollars were
quoted nt 45 0j
Judge Holt hns apimlnted Archibald
Oouglas receiver in bankruptcy for the
Central Park Taxi Car Company of us to isi
West lioth street, bond. U.soo. Liabilities
are said to be t30,ooo nnd assets lis.ooo.
Judge Holt granted an order restraining
Henry Schultz, president of the company,
Boloman Haas, his father-ln-taw, and Isaac
Rnkenherg from removing or transferring
Henry B. Singer has been elected trustee
In bankruptcy of Itothschild A Companv
(corporation), manufacturers of auto bodies
nt iiO West Fifty-seventh street Mr.
Singer has been authorized by the creditors
to continue business for three months,
pending efforts for a reorganization. Claims
aggregating t22r,ooo were filed.
STOCK EXCIIAXUE I.ISTIXOS.
Western I'.lfrtrlc-M.aiO.OTO additional first
mortgage 6 per rent, bonds.
New YorU Dork 1750 ono additional fifty year
first mortise' 4s.
The Cuba Itallroad tti;.00u additional first
Havana r.iecmc- ti.nsi.wu miaiuouai ronson
dated mortaaae in.
Mtrniffan niatn iricpnune -11.iw4.nifi
tlonal nrit mortiaar Is.
Detroit Cnlted-ll.OM.000 additional nnt con
Botldaled morlcaie i'i:
Weatbertord. Mineral Wells and Northwestern
Hallway :m,U0O additional mel morlisjo imr,
Mlamt Copper 13.741. ISO rapltal stark
New Orleans Terminal lll.orii.ono first mott
(ate 4s. series A.
United States Industrial Alcohol 11.000,000
7 prr rent, cumulative preferred stucU and
t2.0DO,oon common stork.
Syraruse I.tht and l'ovTer -l.s,50(i.5) Syracusa
I.lrhtlni; Company a per rent, rollateral trun
ulnklnr fund bonds.
I'lttsburrb Strel li.moflflo 7 prr rent.rumula
tlve prefrrred stool..
VlrrlnlaHnllwayand Power l4,44S,Bonprr(rrrel
tick and $7,10, Mil common stork.
Court Calendars This May.
Supreme Court Appellate Division- Nos. soj.
supreme Court- Special Term. Part I.- Mo
tlon ralrndar rallrd at 1050 A, M. l'arl II. 1:
parte tnattrrs. Part III. Clear. Motions. l)r
murrers Nov 131. l.M. IM. IV,. I.vi, is;. I'rr
Irrrril cause No. 27(11 (ienrral ralrndar No.
2231, I17S, :W7, tU7. HW), 1IS3, S.IS. IS27. 11)S(, 20SS.
21411, 1121, lM. Part IV, Cane uudnlslird. 1'urt
V.- Casr.untlnlslieil. Part VI. i'asr iinllnlshrd.
CasrsHTiit irom l'arl III. to Parts IV., V. and VI,
Trial 'Irrm. Part II. No. s:i. hravilll Hotrl
Company v s. Ptinde. (.'ase 011 No day ralrndar.
Part III. -No. KK.L'oylo vs. t.lnrh, Ar ('anion,
o day ralrndar. Part IV. Case unnnlshrd.
Part V. -Case unilnlsbeil, Part VI. Adlournrd
lorthe trrm. Part VII Adlournrd 1111 HI .Mon
day. April 17, mil. Part VIII. ( ae unllnls'iril.
InuurM' No. 1230 Uav lalrndar- Not. 4719,
2111', lM. IKS. I'(t. W. !'". 12. IMI.
Wi, it,i.-. not, i;m. 1710. nii. niu. 1722. ikj.',, l.vm,
1412. 1609, IMS, IMV. I.VIO, 1672, I0IU, 11:8. IMS,
1&.12, 2S, l23. 1721. 1427. Part I.Y. Case unlln
shrd. l'arl ..-Case unnnlihril. Part M.
Car iiiillntshed. Cases srnt Irom Part VIII, to
Parts IV.. V.. IX.. A. and XI. Part XII -Clrar.
Part . XIII. Caw unfinished. Part XIV. Case
unilulshed. Inuursts Nos. 2(03. 2M6. Day cal
endar Nos. 2342. 2274 . 2372. 24UU. 2M7, 2,'ilS, 21M,
2S0H. 2327. 2507. 2313. S17. 230.1. 0J2. 2121, 2IM,
IMU, 1447, 1771, 1775, 1 1IS, 2.1S2, 23M, tV&.Mu,
l.M. 2212. IMI. IUV IS'JO. 27.13. 2.HU, 2712,2443,
Part XV. Cae unfinished. Part XVI Car
unllnlilied. Part XVII. -Case unnnlshrd. Casrs
srnt Irom Pf.rt XIV lo Parts XII , XIII , XV ,
XVI and XVII
Surrnitalr'a Court Chambers, lor proliatr
WllWnl Xrll V McKlnnon. Kalhrrlue A, Manning,
Joseph Witnsrli. David 1'lnrlllr. John I'lirlunir,
Mary C llrown, Maurice Vandervelden, lialh
rrlnr l, llruniiunuil. Soplila I' llrndrrsnn. (iin
winnl C.iulnluiil. MlllUm II, llu Hols, .Striilim II
UrJoUs, HrrnnrJ (! Mnniil, at In .Hi A. M, Trial
Trrm o du calendar
City Cnurl Sirrlnl 'Irrm Courl opens at 10
A, M Minions Trill Trrm Pan I Case un
nnltbed Part 11, C'ir unilnUlied. Part III.
Casn unllnlslird, Day ralrndar Nos 2SMU,
Ml. :H'j. 2SA. 2S8J, I42, !SM, 2SJ4. 2S72. tS.
Ml. 20. 2010. 2020. 21CI, 20:2',. 2U21. 2024t.
:). 2o:. 2112s. :o.m, gn, 2.i. 2034. 2017. 20Jii,
204A, 29t:'j, 2ftl,Vs. 20ls. 2011. 2042, 2V43, 284S,
ai1 Part IV. Clear Short rausrs -Nns. .viis.
3047, .WO, 2002, 2tM, .vws. jms, WIS. .Slll, VI10.
2347 .vws. 2si, ,wo. loin. ,in72. Part V -clear
Part 'I Ce unfinished Pan VII -Clear.
Part VIII ce unnnlihtd Cases sent from
Pari III to Puts I , II . V . VI., VII and VIII,
Fifth Avenue and 44th Street
Capita!, Surplus and Deposits, $4,500,000
Merchants and. others of responsibility and standing
who appreciate the serrlees and facilities afforded by a
conserratlTe bank, and contemplate any change in their
banking arrangements, or the opening of a new account,
are invited to consider relations with this bank. ,
JOSEPH W. 1IAHRIHAN. President.
BRYAN I.. KEMNKIXT, Vlce-Prest. TllOMAftn.CI.AIIKU ,IR.. Vlce-Prest.
rRF.DF.KIt K raiLMPA. Vlce-Prest. .ICII. A. NOBI.F. Cashier.
ROIIERT SI. ClAl.t.AWAT. President
Merchants' National Bank,
EI.IIF.lir A. IIRI.NC'KF.RIIOrr. Vies-
President Merchants' National Hank.
.lOHF.PII W. IIAIIHIMAN. Harrlman
ft Cel., Hankers.
IIONAI.O IIACKAY, Retired.
KDWAR1I IIOI.I1HOOK. President Qnr-
hum Manufacturing Company.
WILLIAM A. TAYLOR. Taylor, Clapp
ft Co., Dry goods rommlsslon.
4 IIAItLF.s A. IIOOIIV. President Pea-
pie's Trual Company, IlfonWIyn.
FliNK L. POLK. Xlrxatidrr. XX'atrlss
A Poll.. Ijinyerr.
rotTee .tUanrfs. but l.ntrr Hearts
CufTee ,-itlvniHpd mi lietter rahle tlinn
eMierted, slmrl uinrrinif unci nme liuylnir
attrilmted t(i InriTe lornl Interests. 'Iimnrcl
the ilne (inie lost sump if tlio early train
under xelllnir "nld to lie fur llrarllllnn nc-
Snot rnffee was unlet with lllo No. .
limited n'.Ml'.'c. l-'iiliires were atcarlv
.n u -11 '-.ll
,.its :i ihmi tuns .mm niiv. ion nn i:s.
"""" " """" """" "T""'" " - - gg-j .
nt t to a points net advance, snles, :i.i,,.,..tn0eons(riirtlon and other charges showed No bids will be accepted for less than the par value of
ii;.i-. ii..ii..m.,k ...i- .8uiii nn increase, however, that the accompanied Dy a ucposn 01 money or nv a rertmea cnecit
''f1-'. '".'I'V "'iy.! "H 1J,.. '! Sli'Li..'! i y3'- showed ii dellcii of Ht.HOo. against i n. solvent bank or trust company of the cities of Albanv or
ceii.i" 'ii"i- Iiri' s.mtiis. .mi to iso'reis " """i ?'irplus of J77.3S8 in the previous 'to tho order of tho Comptroller of the State of New York,
liluher: receipt., o,ts' luc Sao Paulo year. I he balance on the profit and loss cent, of tho nar value of the bonds bid for.
Pi Ices here n follows '1 he hnlanco sheet of the company shows
UWt'.lMttM.cinunt '"r.c'ixe i asseis of SI 18.501..',.') I. neainst ill'-RSO .V
Sisr . isss issMoSSisffi ..sis.yff'Tf.i'"'"
September um m ii.k.ik b ss s.ist i at the end of the previous year wus W4.310.
October w 74fs 5 72aa 74 1 President William (i. McAdoo speaks
Provisions l.ard Irregular prime West- of tho excellent physical condition of the
ern.s.3.v.;elty.sr 1'utuies were hs follows: .properly, iho successful lensing of space
Mn'J"l'v1l'i,y'-;oPl,;.nn ,hp Hlo Terminal Huildings. the
S"tiri ff " equipment. .Srf the
nii.sn. Ileef unlet fnmllv. m.wsi.v.w. Hut-. pn,inK of 'ne Broadway and Thlrty
ter Creamervexlnis, '.ii,-,c. Cheee, fancy, inmi slreet station. The growth in
i:k.UV,o. Kcir. tnncy. tnnJlc.. Western It rnftlo has been gratifying, according to
ilrsts. I7',c. i hiciigo. April 13 Prices ns ( Mr. McAdoo. In regard to operating
bilious. ...... conditions the nreairlxiit snvn-
Kn I. vo
l!av oiiiet mustovades. i test.
.i.snc, centrifugal, tm test, n.Rflc. (iranu-1 to-teiner witn nenvy expenses for pre
Inted. standard, (.li'K.koi. .demand llht limlnnrr testing and practice runnlnir. In
' , . i.ii i . ... .
Potter. Choate A Prentice have houoiit
l,niio,rsi,i Cincinnntl, New Orleans and
Te.is Pacific 4'., per cent ten year eqiiln
ment trust certificate, series C, payable
In twenty sonil-anmtal Instalments up to
The Chicago, Indianapolis and loulsvllle
Itallwav Companv has sold to Potter, Choate
.t Prentice ?.soiveo refiindlm- mortssge
4 ier rftxt bonds, due 1I7 I he bonds are
Issued to retire a like amount of loulsvllle,
New Albany nnd.Chlcago Hnilroad iChicauo
nnd Indianapolis division! (lrst mortgaae
ps.due Miirust I next On that date the new
4s will become an absolute first morlsnge
on ihe entire mllense of the Motion
sjiMMt'nr. ai.MasjkC Tnts iit
Sunrises .1:22 sun sets. ft ."I Mnon rises r, u
Html wvTr.it THIS I1VT.
Sandy llook.7 31 Gov. Island, ft:0'i llrll (late M
Arrived riimsuat, April 12.
S Svnl' Anns. Palermo. March 30.
Ss nrranla. Aiders. Mairh .'.1.
Ss Ilurnos Aire-. CadD. March In.
Ss KugrnU, l'!ras, Min-n 22.
Ss Taorrrlna. I'alrrmo. Marrh 3t.
SsCadlllar, Harrow. Mann 20
Ss Crown of C.rcnada. Trinidad. April 4.
ss Curltvba. Cardenas. April .1.
Ss Alllanva. Cristobal. Iprll 6.
S San Jacinto. Ns.vu. April 0
S llyndtord, lllo.lanrlro. Mairh 22.
SsMaidatrna. Anlllls. April s.
Ss Avon. Bermuda. Xprll 111
SsCherokrr. Turks Island. April 7.
Ss sarnta. Kingston. April ft
Ss Martha lluss. ('aniens. April .
Ss I'.l Cld. (ialveston. April ft
Ss Hamilton. Norton.. April 11.
Ss Monroe. Norfolk. pi II 11.
Ss New YorU. Philadelphia. April 11.
Si nerlln. a' Naples from New York,
Ss Crellr. at Naples Irom New York.
SsChl'atro. at Havre (rom New York
srt.i rrou yoittiov vosrs
Ss Katssr Wllhrlm drr Oroe, for New olk
Sr,',rm", ,lv;Yv..or,?ir i.M IV.V.. "'
Ss Korea, lor Nrw York Iro-n Naples
SMtl To tlaii.
10 on A
10 011 A 14
12 00 M
12 III M
12 00 M
2 00 1 M
I'rlnr Piled. Win,. Hremen
I a Provence, Havre
Morru Castle. Havana. .,
Santa Marta. Colon
ft 30 A M
7 (111 A M
11 1 HI A M
II 30 A M
inui A M
t nlted mates, C.-penhagrn
V. of Uomcomery.savan'h
,'inJ 7 O'lriarnnr.
Prln' Slilsmuiid. Jamslra,. 11 (n A M
llosvllmt. Nrvvfoundland., . SM1A M
Crayall. P.ira.. .. 12H0M
Indian Prlnrr. Santos. . u no A M
Maian.as. Tamnlco ,
2 on p M
11 no A M
3 HI P M
12 00 M
I m p M
.1 HI P M
.Sitlt Snlurjuu, liiril 1.1
Phllstlelplila. Soiitlismplnn ftnn.x II
i fitle, l.brrpool 7 ."ll M
S.ir.t' nn.n. Arorri. I2KIM
Snii.tuan. Sju.Iiiuii . am I M
Havana, Havana.. KiciOAM
Magilali na, .lamalra In Ml A M
Si,rnla, lla II 11 on M
B 30 M
11 00 A M
.1(1 P M
12 00 M
1 on p M
2l) V M
2 HI I' M
2 HI f M
12 HI M
III HI A M
12 M M
It HI 1
.1111 P M
12 hi M
.1HI P M
I HI P M
I HI P M
1 IVI P M
3 HI P M
lioronii. liriusn i.iiiana. ji;mi. m
filer, St. Kills mm AM
Kioonlaml. AntHrrn. .
Dura d'Aosta. Narl- ...
Prrtorln, Hamburg . .
I.n Hrrlagnr. Havre....
Calltornla. (Ilasgow .
1'rrurln, Natilci.. . .
Julia l.uck'b.irli. S.vn .lunf
llcrulnil. uiiadllla . ..
Cltv- nf Cot'inihu. Siva nnnh . . .
Huron. Jacksonville , .....
San Jacinto, (ialvrslou
Madison. Noi Folk .
flue 7u iMt
. . Palrrmo .
Cludnd ile teus
. ,. , Para .,
Due I morr m
St Lucia . ..
u r. h "u
Aim II ll
Hen Nevis... ..
Cltv ol Columbus
(iab rstnn .
flue Sinrin". Ipnl 13
Orruula 1 1 ml 1 ..
Asranla . .
II) Marconi Hlrelrst,
Ss l.'isltanla, for New Voik, vras 74ft miles east
of Sand Hook at 2.30 P. M rsirrday
Ss ariagantt. for New XnrU, was Ms mtes
east of Sandy Hook nt noon
fis Adrlstlr. for New YorU. was 343 miles salt
of Bandy Hook at 4.03 P, U.
ciiari.rs). c. Trr.KTiiorr. r.stato.
of K. II. Harrlman.
IHOMAH II. CLARKE. Merchant.
HF.MtY r. SIIOF.MAKKR. New York.
W II I IAM I. HPIF.(i-.l.lli:itn. I.. Splo-
gelberg A Sons, Conor. rommlsslo 1.
IIAItltKON K. Illltll. Hunker.
H Oil El. s. CAMI'IIKI.I. Vlce-Prest.
dent Fourth .NsIIotaI Hank.
IIRVAN I.. KF.NNKl.l.V. Ural estate
MARTIN KMiF.I. Vogcl A Vngel.
ANCKI.L II. II ALL. Host ft Co.. Dry
iu;nsox ti xxels
in: i' i (it.
Increased i:prnses ami Interest Charges'
l in Into Incrcasril ICariilnics.
'Ilic IIik'h.iii and Manhattan Hallroml
('otiipany'a nport Tor the year cnrli-d
Mai di 31, lull, shown jjroHs cirniiiKS or
S4.tATi.49'. iih roinpnreii with $3,051, ISO
ill tho iiK-ccdlne var. KxnenseH wem
I il.s.KMIO. ncniliat II.IOI.?.1:. Interest on
, bonds oiitHtntidlnt;, Interest charseable I
. . . .. .
account was a Henri- or S.K-, noi
conditions the president says
Satisfactory comparisons of the ratios
of operntine expenses to revenues
as yet he made. s.s from time
new portions of your property have been
put Into operation. It has been the nnllev
of the manaement to heirln such operations
with (he maximum number of tialn crews,
.., , . ....
eiaiion ami oiner employees wtiicli II was
' anticipated would he required. Such Items
.... .iu-.. iit v.irt ill .UK u x -
penscs. Many reductions In the cost of
operation have been made. 'however, and
when the system Is completed and the
operation becomes more uniform, (he ratios
of operating expenses should show further
During the year covered by this report
tht company has operated an average of
I ,R0S t rains a day, making n total of e, 502. 27!
revenue car milea In Ihe year. Although
these trains have been sent through the
tunnels under a no second headway during
rush hours nnd under a 2l irriuute headway
durlnir Ihe rest of the day. the percentage
I of trains on time was 119.4s per cent.
FHIV" IVII itTVl'l. TUllir
l)lrertor or the 1'lname Committee since the (I yof.New 1 nrl. e id purpoies to extend Mimauf
ftiileleat tlerU siint.x i.mn.. last annual meetln" of the snrKholders. as set ' ld lines, ami lureliv makeMipplLatlnn tn i our
tfUieieit iserK Mnee .lanuar) -Coopers- fortn ln tM mlnut;, nf tnr nonrn , pre.,t,r, Hoard for peimlsslon to nmstruct a street stir
the MnvemciK Contemplated. ' and of said Committee, which, until the merlin, tare railroad ..over and upon Ihe followlnr
. ..... i wfll be open to etamlnatlo'i hy stockholders ol streets In thr City nt Nrw oik and lo operate
me iron Age records t lie ailRht develop-
inents of a dull week in the iron and steel
In point of new business both pljr Iron
and flnUhed material mnrkets have been
ouleter In the last week than In any other
, siuco .mnuury nne mere is nine rnnnse
I In the scale of mill operations, it Is evident
that If it Is to belong maintained the stream
. of new irrif.ru must Inerentn t runn r
, or new orders must increase. A feellnB of
disappointment is appearing, but against
it is the Tact that even the baro hand lo '9r me election or the Managers or the corpora
n.n,,n, h,.i ,.kii, I. k. ... i. . I tlon for the ensuing year and for aurh olhrrbusl.
.mouth bulnir which Is now the rule has , nessas may properly rome before the meeting,
'some favorable, surprises week by week. The polls will open at twrlvc o'rlork noon and
i Moreover, tho unfilled orders In the h?lJtx',n.n ..
of tho steel companies now represent nclual
business, much of it for earlv rolling.
A cooperative movement, only tentative
as yet, Is on foot In the fahrlcatim; trade.
wnicn nas sunereu severely irom the ex
tremely tow prices not only on larue con-
"" ,'" ""'" "ruiuniy teet
wrk let in recent months,
Sheet nianufnetnrers will meet thl week
'nsldor trade rundltlon Prices
I to conslUer trailO Clitliltl oil I'rires on
! . , . , , "",""" ' rRe on
sheets have been les eeneriillv miiltitniiied
The Iron Trade iVnVir comment s;
All i entres report a ilecllue In the ilcm.inil
for finished material, and with the excep-
lion of w ire products ntu! tin plate, Hpeclllca -
Hons are not n heavy ns In .Match. Plir
iron m nun nun iioiuniintunuuitf the low I
prices (hat ate helm; made, lousiimers uie I
ni i.,.,iinA.i in ... ... I.., 1
..Ml ,l,ll,'l IV. VW.Vt IU1 i-.iriiiii'il IIC-
llverles. shading In prices hns been re
ported on .open hearth billets nnd sheet
bars, and in the Vet a contract for plntes
was closed nt n concession of 2 n ton,
meetins of mnufnctuiers of blast ami
eslvanlcd sheets, held in PiltsliurB Tues.
ilay, prevnlllnir prices were reafllrined
It developed Hint prices have recently
been shaded slightly, particularly by job
bers, who made fatorable rotitrneH Inst
fall. At piesent slieet mill sre operatltik'
at from .Vi to 70 per criii of rapacity,
Stock ExchanRe tn He Closed Three l)s.
The Rovernors of ihe S.ock ICxcliaiiKe
voted yes.erday lo close the Kxchmice
-1 L'.l.l I . , It
iiiniuiiu riiiii. mm i nn nn.wniay (Otiovv-
Ihe London Stock hxchatiRe will
from Kridny to Monday
t,iit.A Ti,uv.n,v.,.i, rni,
cliiie. Ihe New orlt I o.liin KxchanRe.
Produce l-xchnnRe, ( offee I'.xclinncc and
I tin ( 'ntlHnllflat .rl Cvnlifmir.. u'lll I ... ,.l,.Ba,l
.... .... ......p.. .....
on rrttinv aim nnitin av.
SWMMMVKKCVBBMHM.HMHM-- SCrVlCC V. Illllllll SS1III1 in HUH IOT llie
"" SANDY HOOK PHOVINd (inoi'ND. N. .1.. ' rirsl District of thr State of New
TOUlC IKjI.DI.HS Of p. o. lorl llanrork. N..I , April 3rd. toll. Sealed I York, hv Ine Consirallun Counsel of
lll'FFAI.O. It()( lli:si i:it 4- I'll rinL'K(ill proposals. In triplicate, will lie received hrrr until 'I'nr Clly of New York, lor nnd nn tie
RAILWAY CIMI CAM I ll A. M May 3tiI. 1011. ror Ihe erection of wood , half of Hie City of Nrw York (or Ihe
POP II'MI'NT Tltl'sr HON'DS Sl itii's "V 1 Jellies. aggregatlnC about I.OOO feet In lejgth. 1 aiinlntmrnt ot Commissioner ofAp
i.wi n "Y -' I protertlng tho Cast shore line. Proposals musi iiralsal, pursuant lo Cnapter 4 o( the
""nfciiiB mnii .Mittie. t fco deUvrred not later than dale and time named. Uws of l3l and thr several statutes
Notlre It herrbv glvrn as prnvldrd In Article ts no proposals rrrelved afirr that time will be .nmrndatoty thereof and aupplemeo
Mll.nf ihr Indenture dateu Mav I. uuo. srrurlng considered. U. S. reserves the tight to reject 1 lary tlierrto. rrlMlve to acquiring
"uv .... jus. i,. .,uci .j hi nr ru
' ' eiven up io i nrrr c. m. on jiomiav, May l, mil,
ii, in. Miiiirisi,,,,, n. .iiii.v, .vo. t .sassaii
Street. New nrk, for Ihe sale to It as 'trustee al
the lowest price at whirl! such bonds shall be'
oiferrd. nol rirrrulng rar and am tied Interest.
nf sunirlrnt of the abnvr bonds to rvhnmt the
sum of I2,vnl. OITrrs should be srnlrd ami
rnunrsru inters nn inr sair or tiuuaio. Horn
I ester it PltUblirch ttnllli.'ir rnliin.stiv I'nul iii.wr, I I
I seiies A llomls t.n the sinking fund and
addressed lu the 'HU M' DI.'I'Alt I MKV
lll'AHANTYTHL'SrcOMPXNVoi M:V YOHK.
Hy X .1. III'.MI'IIII.I. resident.
New York, April .', lull
TO Till.1 HOLPIIHS Ol'
llt'FFAI.O, ltOCIIF.sill.il X' I'll TSIU Iti;!!
HAIIAtAV ( (IMI'A.M
i:QiTiMi:.vr tih'st hoxds sciiiks "ii
Sinking Fund Nnitie.
Notlre Is herein- gbeu as provided In Xrllcle
Mil ot the Indenture dateu Mas I, I0U seruilnit
Ihe above bonds, that sealed otTeu will be re
i-rbed up to Three P. M. on Mondav, Mat I, toil,
by Ihe undersigned al tt oiTlrc, No. 2a Nassau
Street. New York, for Ihe sale to It as Trustee t
the lowest price at which such londs shall he
offered, not exceeding par and accrued Interest,
of sufficient of the above bonds Ii exhaust
jhft sum of i-Yi.nm Offers should he sealed and
endorsed "Offers for the sale of Buffalo. Itorh,
ester 4k Pittsburgh Hallnsv Company Equipment
Trust Series 'P' Ponds to the sinking Fund" and
addressed to h THI'ST DEPARTMENT.
UUARANTY THPST COMPANY OF NKW OflK.
- s. , I1' i,'.1 HfMPHIM. President.
Ntw YorL, April 3, ton.
The Farmers' loan and Trust Company,
Nos. 16, 18, 20 & 22 William Street
Branch Office, 475 Fifth Avenue,
TriYelera' Letters of Credit. Foreign Exchange.
STATE OF NEW YORK
4 Per Gent Canal Improvement Gold Bonds
KXKH1T mo 11 TAXATIO
Dated" January J. 191 1 Dot January I, W6I
Iiaocd tn Coupon or Rigtetmd Form
j?-. At,. t
WILL BH SOLD FRIDAY. APRIL 14. 1911
AT 2 O'CLOCK P. M.
AT THE STATE COMPTROLLER'S OFFICE. ALBANY. N. Y.
THESE BONDS ARE LEGAL INVESTMENTS FOR TRUST FUNDS
All proposals, together with tho security deposits, must bo sealed and en
dorscd 'Loan for Canal Improvement," ana enclosed in a scaled envelope di
rected to the "Comptroller of tho State of New York, Albany."
All bids will include accrued interest.
The Comptroller reserves the right to reject any or all bids which are not in
bis opinion advantageous to the interests of the State. v
Circular descriptive of these bonds and of outstanding State bonds, sinking
funds, etc., will be mailed upon application to .
Albany, March 23, 1911.
OHIO IIAII.KOAIt COM PAW. I
I'llI'VT SIS'klNC f'I'Vll. I
Tlic I'armrrs' Iitn Trust Company. Trustee
I III receive offers of (he r.milpment llomls, Srrf ,
i ' ,hc Mobile Dhl3 Itatlroal Company
iintri, . ,(-!., u, iivi r.KTUIHK n'Kl I
riti. ln,.r..l tf. b nrlnli.al mnnH, ...mlan.
lo absorb Seventy thrre thniiiiantt srrn hundred !
f!Jj aml M lw """srs iS!.i.7sun.i) of tne .sinking
. Trailers may be ma-tr Monrtay. May 1. 1911
until i: M
nit: rAttunns- r.oAX Tnrsr company.
Hy HDWT.V S..MAIISTON l'rrltleiit.
New Vork, April l. lPII.
. INVESTORS READ
EI.EsTIONS AM) .MnKTIM.M.
INTCRNATIONAt. HAIIVESTF.R CO.
NOTICK OF NINTH ANNUAL, MKI'.TINd.
Notlre Is hereby ilvrn that the ninth annual
meetloi of the stockholders of the International
Harvester Company will be held al the principal
oltlre of thr rorporatlon. In the building of ihe
Hudson Trust Company. No. 31 Nrwaru Slrert.
In the City nf Hobokcn. County of Hudson. New
Jersey, on Thursday, the twentieth day of April.
1011. at eleven o'rlork In tee moinlm:. fur the
election of six irii directors to hold ofllre for three
(.11 yrars. also for the rlection of enr (li dlrrrtor
to fill a varanry for two 121 vear. nnd for the
transaction of anv and all bustnrss that mav
.come befnr? the mrrttnr. tniludlnr runflderlnir
and votlnt upon the approval and rail trillion
of all rontrarls. arts bylaws, procrrdlncs I
i l,..r, ... "ZT .V..I..'. V... '.uL i...... "..i
elections and aprointmrnts tiy tnr uoaru or
rerorddurlnr business hours at the Chlcaim oinrr
i or tnr corporaiuin, iiarvcsirr iiiiiuini;. . iiicin
ran Avenue. Chlcaeo. II Innls
Ity ordrr of thr Poaril of Illrrrtors.
ItlCHAItl) I' HOWi:, Serrrtiry
llnboken. New Jersey. Marrh 23. loll
to Tin: vrncKiioi.ii:its of
No'.lrrlsherrbv clvrn that thr-ANNUAL. MI'.KT.
INC. of the Htorkholdrrs of Till: HEUWAI(i:
AND 1IUUSOX COMPANY will be held at the of.
flce of the Company. No. 32 Nassau Street. In the
norouih of Manhattan. City of New York, on
1Ui:sIiAY, MAY 0. loll, at twelve o'clork noon
rioted from one o'rlorl: P. M. on .Saturday. April
20, ion, until tho morning of Wednrsdav May
'Vyordrr of the Hoard of Manager,
, F. si. OI.YI'IIAM.
New York. April 1. 1011.
AmerlrMi Itrldce CouiDan.v of New YorL
Notlre Is hereby given that thr annual mrcuug
of the stoclihqldrrs of the Amerlran lluilge Com
the trsnsarllon nf such other business as mas
1 "lB Trnnsacnnn in vii-ii uiiirr iiusiiics an inn
,mP ,.r,. tiro mrrtlng will be held al thr oilier
, ,' " ni,,Pany. lludsoiVlVrmlnnl. No! ' ni Cliiirrh
1 street. New orl. Cltv on April 17. tut I. at one
o'rlorli p. M.
II SCIIODWIAKI'.lt. Serrrla-y
j ' '
THE CONSTHIU'TI.Mi (jl'Alt.
Plnltsbnrg llarrarlis. y April ft, mil.
Si:AI.Kl I'Hlil'OSAl.S. In trlpllcatr. niblrrt
tn Hie usual renditions. wPt be rerrlvcd at this
ofirc until I00O A. M.. April 21th. toil, at which
time and place (hey will be opened In Iho pres
cure of bidders, for the construction of nppinvl
tustelv ta4 suuare vanls of rnnerrte wall, (oi
1 Hulldlng No. so anil fur Installing w ludmv and dour
screens In Iluildlngs Not ."U and 00. all at Platts
burg llarraeks, N. . Plans and specifications I
irav he teen at this oftlrr. blanks and luf.irrpa i
lion furnished on application. The (iuternmrnt
rrsrrvrs the light In arrrpt or irjerl anv or all i
bids or any part thrrcof. Proposals must Id
signed ll mo iiiuuri, niiiu.ni hi B.-iiiet ru
OTI'ICK Of TUP. I'OMMlSSIONIPtS. DUlrlet .
pf Columbia. April 3th. 1011 Sealej iiroii'isaii
lll he received at this n.niro n.'.t II 2:00 P. M
I April 171 Ii. .1011, for eonstrurtlni: I'nrdno Manual
. , r.;, ,.. 0. nrtihd 1 Sircrts. :
lamina ,t ,nni, i n iu, m. ttn n.n ,,n inn
(inriiiessi fnrner ni ! ir.tj.no I mreeis. .Ni l nuf.t
Washington, li. C blank forris of prJiKisal.
In. I rperltlrattons and all nccrssarv Information may
"' be obtained from the diet Clerk, engineer I'e.
i e ouiaineu irom me i niri virrs. i.i
partn-ent. Ho..m 127. District liulldlu
or SIOAI required to guarantee tepi
' I't 0 II. Ill'llttl.PH. JOHN A J
Clrn ot ii in.
oners 11 !
oners n. v.,
1L-II I ,, V .IIMISIIVV l,n,,i,nl.,lnn.
, any or an proposals or pari inrrroi, iiiiurma
uon ran be had ou application tu coiumandlug
C S. CMIINLlIlt Ol I I IT.. Iluom ;sm. Cusinm
H J.ise. Ilalllmore. Mil., prll 1.1. 1011 Srnlrd
i toiosai tor oirdKing in raiapsro iiivrr. Mil ,
.ll be leeelved ni this odec until o.c o'rlor..
P. V... Mr'-' 1.1. Hill, ami thru i.ulillrly nprnril
Inloriii'itl in on application v' HOS. I.. CSI'S
limilDM) AMI lTi:HIT
United fruit company."
HIVIDIINI) NO 41.
A nuafterlv dividend of two per rent on the
capital storli ot this Cum pan Ins brrn ilerlarril
payable Auill 14, till I. at tho oilier ot thu Tiras
urer, ISI Stale Strerl, Ho. Inn. Mans , tu stock
holders of record at the rlose of business Marrh
CIIAHLKS A, 111 nilAHD. Treavirrr.
llROAMnAY Tmst I'mifAM,
llroalway and I'.lghth street
New XorU. Anrll llth lot I
The Board of Dhertnrs nf this Company hss
this day deviated .usi lerlj- dlv Idend of one and
le-nall per rem., paiaoie uav
Transfer books w ill close at a P
. M Anrll lms
mil. ana rroprn at lu a, . .-way isi ivii
JUH3 XV. M. IIEHUKN
"f'risv. for the (on?rrurK I newspaprrs In the City of New York, lb be desig.
Walk Window Scrn? ctr' "! M I), luv's r8'.' b!!,e N"r'lni'!." nJ ?"
.aSSmSstrT V,""-ue"n il".e ot'pu'hlir 'BYrlni. Th?' ..ptA'.e of Men
Ouartrrmastrr, nul.llrallon In b borne hy Ihe petitioner,
PARIS, 41 Beslerard Hammaas
Umim r m f.
tho bonds nor unless
or DanK nrait upon
New York, payable
for at least two per
Comptroller, Albany, N. Y.
Pittsburgh Steel Company
N'nlli-r Is hrirlij civ en Ihe I ilir encrav ed certlfl
ral's for harrs o( th? I'rrrrrcil Stork of the
PlttthuriEli Stcrl Company are rMdy for Issue
rralnst surremlrr of temporary rerllarnles at the
ofilrr of the inilerslKned, 1 7ft llrnsituay. New
rtri.i; (icaii atki'. Titisvr co..
PI ni.H: MITHT.s.
city or ni:w MIIIK. J
KOVHD Of USTIVATi: AND APPOItTlONXIKSIT
Public notlre Is hereby mven that at a niretlnc
ol the Hoard nt llsthnate and Appoitltnmejit,
hrld tiutl ft. lOlf. ihe following petition waa
to tiii: HONonAm.r. Tin: noAnn or
IIATI: AND APPOIITIONMhNT OP
city or xnw ioiik.
The petitioner. Ihe New York City Intcrberrilrh
Hallway Compeny. trip rtlully ij-owsas follows'
I Tim It Is a street surface railroad orranlied
and eslstlnc under end bj virtue nf the laws of
the SlHlenf Neil Ymk
That tt 1'prr.iicsiei lain lines in the lioroturh
nf Mnnhsllsn ami llrrnuzh nf Th" Prnns In the
the same ny r ertriciiy or oinrr mniive power
1st llrzlnnlne "n l ast lioth strrr t at Its Inter-
ferllon with St. Inn;, avruhe. and running Ihenre
easterly over I'a-t I lut'.i strerl to Southern l'oule-
.varri. nnd thrnre northrsstrrly over Southern
Houlev ard to l.eggrtl avrnue to u mnnertlno with
I Its trnrks on l.eggett avrnur
2d. Hrglnnlng on KSIh lrret and the wrsterly
1 side of l.enox ov rnue. and running thrnre w crterly
over 11.1th strrrt to Hroadway .
3fl. Hrglnulug on Doncan strret at a point
ne.ir In Intrrsrrllon with Intervale avrnur. and
running thenrr virsterly along Dnngan street to
Strbblns av rnur: thrnrr northwrstrrly along Steb
blns avriuie tn Hast laad strerl: thrnre wedcrly
on llnst lftid strrrt tn Washington avrnur: thrrtre
.outhrrly on Washington avrnuc and Klton av
n le tn fast Iftlst street tn a ronnrrtlon with the
tra.ks nf Ihe t'nlon Hallway Company.
till beginning at the Intersecl'on of the South'
ern I'oiilevard nnd HOth street, and riinnlns
lhncr nnrtlirrly over thsjSoiilhrrn 1'nulrvard to
I elham avrnur M a ronnrrtlon with Ihe 1 racks
of Ihe Cnlon Hallway Company
' Dated Marrh 31t. loll
' NKW YOI1K CITY lTl:nilOHOi nH HAIbtVAY
CO., by I'DWAIID M UIHIt, President.
lll.l'.M: mahti.v srrrriary
i.il of New York, city of Nrw York, County of
KDIVAHD A. MAIIKH. bring duly sworn, says
that he has rend 'he foregoing petition and that
' the same Is true of Ills oivn '.tnoHlnlge evitpt as
7mi' u. ',. .. ...,. ... .
to I he mat rrs therein Mftt.-il upon lnfo-matlon
snd lirllef.. ami as tn thosj maters he hellers It
lobe true. Tho' deponent makes this arfldnv It
' Is thr l'rrldent thereof.
I . PPWAltD A. M All IIII.
I Sworn tohefereme llils.Ust dav of March, toll.
ciiAiti.rs witi:i.. s
Notary I'uliPr. N V. Co.
and the followlnj rrsolutlons vvrre ihereuQpn
Il'ire,s. the rorerolng neMtlon from the XRvr
YOIIKCITY INTIIHHOHOf (ill ItAII.WAY COM
f VNV.ilntr l Much 31, loll, was presented to the
, Hoard o' Csilnmtn and Apiortlonmrnt al a
meeting held Xprll c. IBli:
llt'nit'J, that In pursuance of law (his Hoard
sets Thurslnv, the 27th dny of April, toil, at
I in.m o'rlor1! In tho forrnnon and Hootn tft In.the
city Hall. Huiough of Manhattan, as the time and
I plarr when and wlirrr such petition shall be flr(
, ronvlde'rd. and a puhllr henrlng tie had therfon.
it which rltirrns shall lie entitled to appear and
be heard, and he It further
llHNren. that the srrrriary is nirrrien to cause
such petition nnd inese resolutions to tie p-in-
(The Sun mi l .Morning Trlrgranh drslgnatedj
New York, prll ft. loll.
NT.W YOHK SlIPHUMi: COUI1T.
In and for the 1 lrst Judicial District.
VV1I.1.1VM li. nii.uiu. nii.ui.iai
' MrCAK It' 'L.I.. HDIVAIID M. HAS
' SI'.TI'. Mll.ll II, MAl.Tllli: and JOHN
; .;l.sin,s, ninalllullng the Public
Wll.I.t tM II.
i r. kv sns. cnnai un ng
- , rasrmrnts ror ine cousiruriinn. main
trnanrr and nprratloii or a lapid Iran
sit railroad In or owr LLr.XTNTH
AX'LNL H, NAtiLi: AX'H.MIi:. AM
sri:itll.XM or TUNTII AX'tlNCK and
.".IMiSIIHIIKit: HOXD or IIKOAD
XVAY. Miuth of SPITKN DUVVIL
CHIIHIv In llie llmougli ot Manhattan,
II net tu
er iiitii.viivv Al irom
SPCVTIIN Dl YX'ILCHIIKK tna point
2Vs fin norihrrly of ; 12nd Street, pro
ilucrd In thr borough ot tho Hronx.
! all In the city nf Nrw York.
in hi; rim r t.i.um.i. i.. i r,.v.nui. .
i2i in: van loiin.A.Mir i:tkn.
NOTICi: IS llllltl'.HV lit VHN that the report ol
lames XX'. Ilvdr, William (irorgc Foster and Will
Inn XV, MrlJiiiRplln, thr Commlsstonrrs of Ap
pt.lsn, duly appolntrd In Ihr above rntiiled,prii
rrcdlng. v.hlcli I court bears dam Ihe 4th day of
Xprll. mil, was Hied In the orllce of thr Clerk of
ihe Count), of Nrw YorU ou llie (In day uf April,
Mvril.'H IS IT HTIIIIll (ilXT.N that said report
wilt br tirrsrntrit forcoiillrnialloii to the supreme
Coutt ot the State of Nrw York at a special Term
Part 111. lo be hrld in the first .Indicia. 1 District
at thr Cnunl) 'Couit House. In the Horouglt of
Manhattan, City of New York, on ihe 21th day nf
April, Hill, a' tne opening of Ihr Court on that day
and that men and there nr as soon thereafter as
counsel rsn ne nearu i'ierro;i a motion win no
made thai, the snld repoit b ronnriurd
Djtrd Xe York. Anrll tnth. toll
AIU IIIIIA1.I) II WATSON.
Hall of Rrrords, Borough of Maunaltau, aty
al Ntw York. .
. , ll.liarl tn t I! fmtrlven nil rlsrs In tiffn rfll,-