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THE SUN, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1912.
HON SHORTS COVER
$r. liVIiirliijr Their Commit
j,fnt"i l.ni'iroly ns I'lTcaution
WKATIIHK IS STII,li GOOD
cfime Itiiyiiiir, However, to Dis
count riifnvoraliiK Turn
Over the Week End.
Sj-IiTII" lonECAST TOR COTTON aTATKH.
Fcf S'f ' Carnllni, f ir to-day: tn-mor-Inrrea'tng
nwilness. probably rain ami
CrdT In sestem portion; llcht to moderate
uth n' ulllwrFI "mu
ral' foj'Ii drollna. fair to-day and to-
ejfro" 'pt Mln nml colder to-morrow
iirthest portion-, light to moderate
Fr fl'oren. Mir to-aisy, to-morrow snow
. (i rrn flr In aoutheas'ern portion,
;Wfrln nor'hrrn lid central portions: light
iailtl' southerly winns.
rr Alstntnv inn .ni"iiaippi, ratr to-day;
,i marrow probably showers and cooler,
fil ID tniderat soutnerly wind.
rr Louisiana, f.ilr to-dsy anil cooler at
;ht sf " morrow , llslit to moderate south-
r'iT mi" Deronung vananie to-morrow.
For .ai'rn Texas, fnlr In southern,
,Hr ntnl cooler In northern portion to.
iir or to-nlch probiMy fair to-morrow,
n'dtr In southern portion, moderate south
er winds shilling to northwest
For western Teas, fair to-elay. sxc-pt
iltri n northeast and extremis northern
wrtlor.5 eddr In northern ami eastern pnr-
irsi ' '"-morrow.
for Oklahoma, showers anil colder to-day;
for Alkaline, showers and colder to-ilay
or ttvnlih' fair and colder to-morrow-
For Tann-anee- Increasing clotiillnea:. to-
it) riln and rolder at night or to-morrow
For Isen'iieicj. rain to-day or to-night.
tt.ttr and gen-tally fair to-morrow.
There a enoiicli hort coverlne In the
cotien market )eteicliiy to cloe iuUck at
net aib am e of about in points, The
Now Wr in.iil.el will be closed Satutday
on acniiint of Hie Cotiirtiliun Day holiday,
,td aitli the laisaihllities of tmf.iv or.ible
ethfi ileelopmenti. over tbo wee!; end
lie ,rcfe-ionnIi who hae liccn plnyitiK
he short nle of the market decided to te
tuce th" i' i 'iminllments een at the rik
a! p'lttitu tliein out lower on Monday
rornliii: n 'ae frost or itomw should
'j to in. tptia'i e .luet at ire-ent there-
re no uuln .itmiis of cry Pad "eatlier.
i thoiicl i. mis hiue fallen in (M.l'iliomi,
bit a- '. haw la-en llyht mid scetterecl
hfi l,ae ilnne no Hppli'l i.iblo I it i in.
It looks therefotci as if jestetday's
,M ,rn was i luel'v in the niitute of ini
cdlns the technli.il position without nnv
n of liipnitiiii' e inlt'ieni im; the move.
;h'r- his pcen a uncial clenl of Ih hisi lull;
i.id this h is foiuid a-ire.sou in churl H.ileK.
-aire of 'he lari:ei piofessjomals a-meieal
!re atnoiiiitinc to many tbouKands of
j aniC this, loceitier with home lni)ine
iv l,ieinil iiLMiti"l stinddies. tnaik a bcmkI
xanv ii'r.iits ami aif the market. The
cihni'H' pusploii therefcita- l aim, it ewned
,paml ih market s in K,.ion to In- In
'i.eniril l weatlicr clcxelopiuenti cither
ai 1 nder tuesent c ireiimstnru es It looks
alf an ail N ana e a ansril by fraitt new noulal
T.et wpli a amsltlerable felllntr, as shairts
to rial l ui I'listtlon to tint out their cotton
it htclier Itnels
The wi' situation hIiov.s no aa tunl weak-
tt. hut there is an i-.i-ier tamer as i-piniiers
ifa ei'hor lioiilini; off in their buvltis: or
yjklne iheir piirairurcs on the a-.ill plan
and ar refralnlnL- fraun n.-.lnir tirlars.
hv n"e..iatinc consiriciah'r healt-a- n-V
-ton "he part of the teeia l.anta who sa-ll
it.e a, teal cotton 'I lie oniiaaik for to-alay
i' foi a al'ill. fe-iturrift-K market litfluemcal
tlelv hr reninK up ait.erntlonH.
K.tiire a hv-eil ery Heady, with prices
li to in point, hlirher. Cstitnated sales
:'J"i hales Prices s followH.
It, in r;
m 7.1 in 71
in 77 in a7
la u.l in as
Orleans were aa
in U7 11) T,
in in si
PI W) 10 87
11 la ii (i.)
nnt entton heie v n -, points hitrher.
'' l for tniil'lllttv nptiiriils New- ork
art 1i-.pi.al stork TV to: lula'i-.nKalnst 51.7'
'I e,ir southern spit markets nn
'injei to '. bU'her i,,ilestmt 11'., .New
U'leHiisio'j.hamnnnh o ,. Houston 11 3-18,
Memphis n uirtiistst IP CI-18.
I'" eipts ,,nd (-toi'iic at leadinir points,
ati a Kin pan sons, as followh:
fllt'iton :7 74t
nojaaen ;i ;rs
K'ljm. f, isi
SO. si ( 7
fort reroipin ill. mi bales, aarnlnst ,Vi,:,r,
l" fr,r I ior's. ;r..',i:! total for the ce.i-
ii (:m. aicniiist t,mi,T4 last
Perent in alar.
.e Orleiif r,.vitu 7,50)
I.Perpoa.l spot cotton v.- is In food demand.
5 runts lowa-r. nt it ttd for Atnerlrnu mld
cm Hiles or ii.ftfar bales. Futures
Hned ahout 1 point Wither and closed 2',
Wlata up Prlres us follows:
r. ,n- est.
W Nov 5 mu 03
Feb ftut & oa
rrt Mirh 0" nu
r.e 5 tiD'i a m
Inr, 5 nt
0 UI "
I'tvn A M bids to 1lverponl October
'O.cti. December 10 fls, .lanuary 10,6",. Lend
i bivers lllotd.in. Wilson. .Mel'iiddon,
McKri.iny. (iwathrney, I'nrrott. !.eadliiB
"Iters Halt. Aalams. Clearman, Krederleli
n Si'hlll. Waters.
Memphis ,rod "Careful Innulry nrnomt
Inreest spot deulers shows demand
Oklahoma Cltv wired "Weather hot
ntlmont bearish TraUo talklriK 10 cents
'jn in. re.islnir movement and absoncn of
ball.is. Tin, wired "Demand for Hpots
"onlv moderate nnd farmers are free tellers
A lejin travelllnst crop espurt wired
foe, Naiamta Over Milam. Robertson,
wos and (irimes counties find crop In
(ands fully po per t0nt. picked, but In
ifaioB bottom only about 71 per rent,
picked Considerable top crop, but total
fop in the., counties will be from in to
-1 Pr aent short or last year "
A north (ietirpla spot firm wired "Kpoti
"fonrr m hiiihest basis In jeart; I'xpoit
THE GRAIN MARKETS.
'"t I. oner I. It rrnnnl I'rlera
Craip Karliimir of 721), 000, POP
llashela (inset Wnr Nrrra.
I.e.n tleci-iteil cmlnc to Itikonarm Knir
'0 iiihli.s a.ss liadlli-eii iit war iiewa and
' enr,s (loverniiii'iit report. Th"
'fopla 10.1 iuiii r.isi nisin jer than last
cir ., , ,;i(t ,.ll itira-tsiitn
''ftp IS ir.CJ.ajHa. IHK ll nl,0s Ute!r lll.lll lllUl
' e,,i '.tu-hnul, the l.iKtesI Impotter,
o at least Uierpnol achanieil only
Tha cash demand at f:hleco was light.
" attention was paid to war tw. It
M iuld that BuliarU, bervl tod Owicf
hesitate to cros the lliiliiron ntnl declare)
jwiir on Turkey. Also llio Nortlivv.cstern
I Ifa e wort; Iiirco, lielng moro than double,
I those of ii jrnr bko, I, e. l,:,:n inn, against
, last j ear. TM excited widespread
. remark and untlcinliteillv .ulisnel asllltt.
! Kltmrtfifa ffinL -. I. ....I. I. ... . . -r .li
: 'c. i.Ftuir, ueai i;iri. eji cms
buslne vvnuclonn on Wednesday nlitlil.
Hill hoihh prodlel a liU export deinanil
tlili season I'urlit nilvntirctl to ltl
Antwerp '.e., Hilda pet l',a iind llerlln
IS to '.v. I'lulnly tlie ('.iiitlticntul market
md l heir ejes on the iosal,llt- or nn tip.
Iieaval In Houlheaalern Cnropo rather than
n the Atnerli'Uti rrop report, TalU ol
export ileitwtnd nlao tended, with the nn
eeltled polltleal Hltttatlon In Kurope, to
l:peilitrt Hidlliiu within hound.
Corn deellned In evinp.uliy with wheat,
and partly nninit to the (loerntni'ii( crop
report pnintlnu to n yield of .t.oin.ooo.iMKi
IniaheW. thebrueat onrHeord. 1'ho weather,
on the other hand, haa recently ,een bad,
This may delay tnarketliiK of the new crop,
.oine urn thereforo MpeukliiK well of l)n
(eniher corn, lint cath priced In Clileuxci
were 1 to I cenlH lower, and It l nt-ited
that new com N Itolntr wold for Noetnlier
hhlpinenl at I cent under May. Liverpool
dci lined to ,d and lluciiiei .yres
to ",c t
t).il felt the depretlii eaeela of the de
cline In wheal and corn, and nl-o of t lie (lov
eminent report of Wednenlay. Hut the
rnah demand of lit 1 1 has been noluble and
December t Nlruiiisei' Ihati May, The pn
Utility or further larireMilea to I'urope l an
InlereHtlni: phaxe of the aitualloii. I.ari:e
InterestK boutrht May nml hold Decrmlier.
t'hlcajo trailer- aolil freely cm the (lovern
ment report t'aah prices there were to
Wheat on the vpot was easier Closlnir
prices f n b. alloat for export tall baals .o.
.'red. to.irrlM-.tl.o.'i. So. I, northern fprliijr,
51 no, Xo '.'hard winter, SI in1, . No. I north
ern Manitoba, II o'J', Sales wete Juo.tioo
liu-heN for capon Corn was lower; No, V
while, nominal. Oal.s were firm. Mnndards
R!i',e . No. white, nominal llye (.United
No. Bs-n'i, c I. r Uuffalo, October Khip
mciit, carlota State, lYtinsylMinla, nominal
c I f New Vork llarlev Maltlm:, Oil To c.
f. Ilufl'alo, to arrive. I'rlces w ere as follow s.
Open- lllch- Low- Clin- I'rev.
"heap Ins. ext. et. Inj 'ne.
Iieeeinber tn)', limij 101 lnj'i Imi'i
Ma mil, lop,
fitiCAiio, ucl. 10, i'rlces wete as fol-
low s :
Jul) . ..
Mai . .
ili inlier ..
Jul) . .
7 CI '4
Ol licit Mlli;i:i'M.
llpen- lllth. Niw-
VI Ir.nr.l poll."
ir est est.
11 1 -j
St I jnils
111 ni' ii:ia
ra e .
t,s I ,
ki's to'i ra's
The Bruin movement , as follows:
.New urk: Wheat, Ca'rn. nat pr.
Hrarltus. I.V'.Km C.iul ;r..iio
Shipment!- :.il ll.iav
in.i.ni 2TI.011 ill.aii) :.1.f ir.T.miii
7a.i'- i.mvm tro.miii 'ji.iHm i:i.i,
wnrnt receipts were aa
Armour nr. tin Company bought May a id
Miial Ilea ember. Ioi-hpA lirvan, llulliuiil,
li.il licit, rialei Caiinp.iti" and V.ileiilii 0
mid. Coin was purcha'cdby 11r1e rCtalu
I 1111111.HI) and Hartlelt, 1'rni-r ( ompapv.
flats vere bought In llatikui Vruiour
1 1, 1111 ( ompauy liouirlat May .mil eold i'c
ccmlier. I rom an Iowa farmer UHiiully well I11
loimi'al aatne th folio 1111,' "Corn shaiw.s
only sliuht clnmaUH 1 10111 fro-it l'ossil,y
V er cent. wiM Is- lulil In weight. It Is not
alrvinu as fast as last year nnd I am of the
opinion this n-ation at least will not clelner
con. to t-tation.s in Heiemls'i' us tba- did
last M-nr. Last ear Liners unlimited
corn for Ilea ember aleliveiv at ,Vi iclits.
This irr none is belnv bamulit and in my
ji.tliriiicrit norm will l. last ..ear I -olal
my a aim at acute nnd deliwrcal it on
Ilea ciiiImm- II. I ..hall feral all 1 raise tills
ear anal bn more to feed next hunnitei."
A I liiaaK" despatch 1 ommentiiii,' on this
s.i Id It is aalmitt-al h eerv one that I01..1
tlilia M-ar has th" InrKc-ei and lie.st a orn 1 rop,
and il this Slate is not iroinu to ib-llwr nny
coiisiilerable nmoiiiit of corn in Deirmlier
it is dinii'iill to see where short tellers am
(,'oina tn (III their aonlr.iils The crop Is
oer where late In inaliirinc. the ureal
bulk of P is drylnc out eiy slow ly, weather
conditions lime Is'eu bad anal th?ra- is gen
erally 11 poor prosrect for c oiitrael 1 orn "
llroomhaU's liutsla cable said that the
outlook lor wheal, according tn conservn
the sources, points to a crop of 1 so ,000,1s 0
bushels overlast year, but early Indications
arn in no way maintained. A dia iease of
Mi.ooo.oon bushels from th last ofliclal re
port Is iriilii oteil.whenn yield of 671 ,000,000
bueliels was lepairted. 'I ho weather is
unfawirable in the southern region for the
ri'tnalti'ler of tho wheal crop und for the
ripenini; of a orn
1 Iwipool cahled" "Market opened hkher
anal Inter advanceal further, with short
covcrlnir on limine In Winnipeg yeslenlay,
dealer Canadian offers uuil less favorable
political news. Spot markets were Wisher
at the openln lor all tirades and cargoes
In uooil cJemr.nd lor nearhy nnd firmly
held. 1'ollowlin; the oieuln there was
sarnie dsiosltlam for profits us the market
uppeaietl overbought. Weather in I'nlteal
Kliiilom continues line, wllh Husslii ofl'er
iiur frei'ly urial crop advices arid wenther
In Arueutlni lienrhh Corn oeiied hbrher
on war news anal firmer Plate oflers; later
prices alec lined on American (ioveriiiiient
Argentina cabled: "Weather and crop
news coiitliiua-.s luvorahle anal It Is gen
erally iiilmltli'd that the a lea planted to
wheat will show an increan of 10 per cent,
over last year "
Tin. Xorthirmtrrn itillrr says Minneapo
lis Hour output dei'teai-ed U.Oajo barrels
last wi'i'k Output lor the week ended
Oa lober .'a was o'Jl.iao barrels, against aioo,:
l.mt tear, :imi,i:!0 barrels in lino and C'c'cu
in llViii. All 1 lie mills ari) 11 gain running
and the output this week should approxi
mate 42.l,(ai barrels to 4'iiiihio barrels,
compared with :i.V..ii) barrels last, year
Sales of flour by .Minneapolis and interior
mills last week appear to havo alecreasi'd
camsldcrahlv, anal while soma mills sold
in exi'iiss ol their output tho great matur
ity onlv sold their output and a low sold
less, It was manliest Hint thern was a
material shrinkage In tho average volume
ol buying Kxporl business was small.
I' lour was firm and moala'rately active.
Spring clears, new, 4. : Wl'aiH. 0.1; patents,
Id, (aValS :i.'.. Kansas sltaights, $4,:io'a 14.50,
Itye flour, la.wa-u tut).
I.lve HtoeU Marked.
THUIIHDAY, October 10
Itecelpta of tu-eves were t,OI head, In
almlinc ! curs for the market. So trail
pic to-duy The feellnar ' rated ateady,
with fairly liberal supply cupecled for to.
morion's trade lira aeeal P' ef slow but
ht.colj nt JIM lie for ally alresseil eula,
111 lua fajr Taxus beef.
Jtaai-lpts ajf inlra were S head. In
ipidliig -'II head for butchers, uiahliur,
wllh siule stax.lt, (50 head 1111 tale Vrula
wete rlow Inn about steady, gruaaera and
bullrrmllks anal Western lower, with ubout
300 mmnlil t.'iamnuiu to cholae veuls sold
at 17 iDii $11 do pur 100 Ilea.: eulla at IfiV
t7, grnsaira mid buttermilks ut IClll.;j,
Wcvla rns nt 111 7r, l)reahed calvea eaay at
1 3 C' 1 Sc. for city elreaaecl M'ala and 11(
Itc for country alreaHt-d,
Itecelpts of aheei und l.nnba were 0.212
henal, liieluillng .'.'i aura for the nuirkct:
inaklnic. with nritlous strlvala. 13 cits on
1 hale elita p were ttcudy. lainhs alow und
j well tn Inner. Hie pens wall- nail fully
aleaieil Oiallnary tn prime sheet, soi l at
!3tiH rer mo ins anil" an Uli.:i,
nrrilniiry m inline Inuiha in JBfi 7 I ear
laholaa l at I to )rriil mutton Mead
nt ti'oc par lb atrrnaral Isba slow at
10l 1 Si-.
Hea'alpts of hoga were i,ll head. In.
eluding about a car far tha market, Prices
steady to firm at UWI9.60 per 100 lb, for
iif-H II Br' wiicaiii jii fl,
GOSSIP OF WALL STREET.
Ranker Work for Parser.
The news that Hie same bankers who
offered to establish the finance! of China
on a sound basis and Insure stability to the
new republic are working for peace
between Italy anil Turkey nnd lu aouth
easlern Curope I tile rested Wall Street. Ths
Chinese loan proposition as a banking
ventnrn merely was no moro ittractltre
nnd much more bothersome than scores
of opportunities for financing nearer home.
II was In the enileuror to secure (table
government In China ami to promote fairly
the business of Western countries that the
bankers of the all I'ower group wranyled
with the Chinese flovernment. In the
pii'fciit instance It Is well understood that
any loan In Turkey must be conditioned
on cessation of hostilities between Turkey
and Italy ami very likely on negotiations
'or a subsidence of outbreaks In the Balkan
Slates. To people Interested In the Immedi
ate future of the New Vork security market
ll is n mutter uf even more important con-
dialer 11 1 ion thu( the bankers evialenlly be
lieve that (he troulih In the llalknns can
not Injun, securllla's here. Otherwise, of
course, they would husband their resources
rather I linn engage In overtures for the
placing of large loans wllh any belligerent
I'aylriK Well on I'orelarn Sale.
Drdluarllv when Kurope Is selling stocks,
whether from necessity or desire, support
Is withdrawn from the New York market.
People hern an; then Inclined to think that
If Kurope wants to or must sell stocks
II Is good for home Industry thai the stock!
be sold cheaply. Hut in the last tell days,
though It is estimated that Kurope has sold
mai.oco shares, or approximately $l!,ixo,ono
worth of securities, In this market, every
oTer has had a ready answer. 'I hero has
been a buying power extraordinary under
the circumstances anal one testifying very
eliiipieutlv to the strength of the local
market. It is Inevitable that the cooal mar
ket offered to I'uropeans will enhance the
standing of American securities abroad,
anal It is more than nn even bet that when
fotelgners come back Into the New York
market they will pay higher prices for the
stocks and bonds which they have recently
I. oval Market Stand lune.
The present llalkan nlTalragain Illustrates
tli" practically unltiue position the New
ork Stock Kxehange occupies among the
stock markets of the world In eplto of
its slie and the Immense amount of rapltnl
ll represents, It Is almost completely self,
centred, ami no other, not een that of
the smallest Kuropean capital, Is so Utile
conierneal with happenings in the onlslale
wotld. The New York stock broker Is
extremely provincial In that he knows
practlaally nothing of financial affairs in
other countries, whereas the stock broker
.ilitoad has to keep closely In touch with
financial affairs not only In Kurope but In
every pottlon of the worlal The reason
Is obvious, of course. The Interests of the
I lilted Slates In the securities of foreign
countries lire comparatively small. Stocks
and bamils traded on the local exchange,
with one or two exceptions like Canadian
Paeilli'. the National Hallways of Mexico
and a fcs foreign Ponds, are made up en
tirely of domestic issues. Compare this
with the wldeyd!versltlad list of securities
dealt In on the London, Paris, Berlin or
ecn the smallest of the Kuropean stock
IViims) Is an In Humors.
Ilt'inors of presently impending financing
l.y the Pennsylvania circulated In the
lliuinei.il district in the last few days prob
ably bine no truth In them. In fact, they
hae already ra-ceiveal a denial. Neverthe
less, it Is c onslileretl In many quarters suffi
cient evidence of an Important Improve
ment In investment conditions that such
rumors should have obtained any circu
lation at all or that anyone should have
taken the trouble to aleny them. A month
or so ago no one would have bothered
with them at all Tho state of the bond
market Itself then would have furnished
an obvious refutation. It has been common
knowledge for a long time that a large
amount of railway financing was awaiting
conditions In the bond market, Apart
from any other reason the Pennsylvania's
reputation for forehandedness in these
innlters would make It tho first road to lie
mentioned In such a connection. Nobody
denies that tho undertaking of new flnan
i ing by the Pennsylvania nt the present
time would furnish thn best proof of a
greatly Improved Investment demand.
Sir. I'organ'n Views.
D ivld II Korgan, president of the National
City Bmk of Chicago, has the following
ti say of business and financial conditions
Business in our section of the country is
very good, but I would hardly call it boom
ing except in the case of steel nnd one or
two other Industries, (ienerally speaking,
however, the volume of alt kinds of business
being transacted Is highly satisfactory. I
Ibid a slight tendency among business men
to begin to hold back a bit lest tariff re
vision under Wilson, if be Bhoiild be elected,
might prove a disturbing feature, Money
is in nctlvn demand, but f do not expect nny
pronounced stringency, especially since
there is no doubt of our being able to obtain
more gold from Kurope If It Is needed.
Within n short time money will begin to
be relcnsed from the Southwest anal that
will belli to meet thn Inter demands from
the North west, so that I do not think we need
fear any serious tightness of money during
the fall. In Chli'.-igo nnd In thn middle
Wot generally there nppasars to be 11 re
markiible Indifference over the outcome of
thn Presidential election."
nismr for Car Shortage.
The president of one of the big coal com
panies is cptotod as blaming the present
shortago of anthracite to a considerable ex
tent upon the lack of adecjuato railroad
transportation facilities. Further he says;
"Wo aro apparently in for a big business
boom. Our prosperity U threatened with
being crippled Just because the rail
roads cannot meet thn demands made upon
them to handle the coal, the crops and the
products of factories unci mills, And II is
nil the 'dear people's" fault because of the
shortsighted policy which thuybave pursued
townral the railroads lo 'knock' thn rail
roads lias become a political virtue. Millions
of dollars worth of securities, the notation
of which would have enabled them to meet
thedemnulsof these prosperous times, have
been held In abeyance, The chickens are
now coming home to roost. The public
nil imately has to foot thn bill."
F A Delano, president and one of the
receivers of the Wabash, said yesterday
that the business of the road was greater
than ever before, Gross earnings In Sep
tember were 14 per cent, better than In the
corresponding month last year, nnd from the
Information ut hand to date he thought that
October would make quite as good a show
ing, Kven better results could be obtained
were it not for scarcity of labor. The con
struction work on 114 miles of new trackage,
for Instance, Is being delayed because of the
difficulty of securing nu adeaiuate working
force, and also operation Is Impeded by some
construction work that Is in progress.
Wo are doing belter than over before,"
he said, "but the system Is not yet working
SUB -TREASURY STATEMENT.
Paid by Huh-Treaaiiry tn banks... f:. 171. 000
Paid by tnnln to Hub-Treasury... 3.4Ui,Oti
l.o, to banks nn ala's transac
HI.N'CK 1'ltlIJAV I.ADT
I'ahl lay Hub-Trcaaiiry to lunks III, SSI. 000
1'jiii ny nanus lo nuu-1 rrasury
l.oaa to banks 41, (42,041
Loss to banks isma period pre
vl4U4 44k 4 M.1MM
Essentials of t Desirable Investment
The manner in which the three prime factors of
an investment are covered by bonds of public
utility corporations is briefly indicated in
Booklet No. 124, sent free on request
White, Weld & Co.
14 Wall Street
Chicago New York Boiton
7 Preferred Stock
of Prominent New England Industrial Incorporated under
Laws of Masiachutetti.
NO BONDED INDEBTEDNESS.
COMMON STOCK -REGULAR DIVIDEND PAYER.
Immediate purchasers of this Preferred Stock
will receive Dividend payable October 15th.
(Hrcultir on rrqwat.
HAWLEY & ALFORD
111 BROADWAY NEW YORK.
THE CURB MARKET.
Diilness on the curl, market ycslcrday
was even more pronounced than on previ
ous clays of (he week. A heavy lone pre
vailed at the start, out the market steadied
Inter anal no Important ni'l rhanurs were
exhibited at the close, The tradhiK was
alevoid of InleriMstliiK feature A tpurl
in Manhattan 'Transit sent the price tip to
t'reand a lew specialties like .Manhattan
Shirt Improved. I'nltcd t'iwar Htores and
itrlllsh-Ainericnn Tol.ucco after declining
fractionally recovered. Mlnlnai Issues were
cutlet, ltli it firm tone. A sale of 1 10,000
I'nlted States Motor took place at 50.
Transactions In detail In the market
yesterday were as follows;
Open High Ianr Clns
Male. Inr. est. c-M. Inc,
Son Alaska Gold Mln. IP, li,' '1
anon Atlantic Cit Un., .Ta, JH 3'
avn Allied Sera , PS Ml N Dl
Hall llraden Cop,
.W Kir I our.
XO) lrltlh Aro Too
tin iiclii-ti roi Cop..
100 Tin tie .S'eu' Vork
Ol IliifTslo Mine I'i I'i l' lit
lono COD Tons.. B V V
IU10 tils Illark lluttr., I 6
i liavls Daly Cop. :'i :ii I'i
loin t:i I'aso Con.
r.TC Kmerson llrtnt.. 74 :'s "t It'i
Mi Kmerson Itrt pf loi'i lui imj l"l.
l.no Kly Con si ri 21 si
SO) riorenre T 7U Tu U
1770 ireene Cansne H IP. id, JO
ion Olroui Mining. 4H ' H iH
toon GoldReld Midway. 7t 'i
inn Inter Hubbrr... 1SU Kii i:' II'
10 1 1 Case pfilot... 100 HI) loo ion
1000 Jumbo Rttenstoa. 87 17 17 37
Ut) Kerr Lske... .2 11-1! Slit 11 16 Sli
110 1-onlsv Ntth rts P'4 B?f e't Vaj
Ml Utrc of Am ne. 7H 7H 7ia 7
HID Maya Oil. .. . 2 SR SB SB
son llanhatun Skirt . 71J 7: 7l'i 72
700 Manhat Shirt pf,..101j 101 10194 11H
1(10 McKDsrSavMlD... 1?4 1 Dei 1?
300 Uason Valley. . I2' II 12T iU
.HID Usnnsttao Trtns. IS IH I'i IS
17O0 MutgalMs Uses . 44 4 44 47
400 Mlptsslng MJae.. iH Mi S' S'f
100 Ntvscls Hilts.... I 14 l4 14
no Ohio Copper. . .19-14 1. 1 9-1S l.
1M0 l'ac Smelters.. . . ! -J: It' B-S2
2S0 Penn Tex ! 27 S7!. S"H
110 Peltlbone Mile pf sgsj ua ,
eon IMebloSIt w.. 14 14 I'i I'i
S.Y) Stand OtlNJ. . 30s 387 3W .m
40 Stand OU N Y. M2 SIS S10 110
l.v.) Tularost 11-14 t 13-16
Z&) Tuolumos. Sit 3 ST 3
ion Taxiop N of Nev.. s H su ii
2700 Tcraop Merger.. I i-SI 1 ft-S! I'i I'i
I son Ua Clg St of Am toi mH lon'i t04'(
6c.no Wrttlsufer 17 34 17 38
cyin rrt F.nd Kit. 21 24 21 24
Itam llrailen Copprr ft. IM !M 1M) 1.VI
4mm tleoeral Klec as .. loi'i toiU lot'i tm(
Kimo U H Motor t . Ul M M M
tomi West l'ac It. S3 M S3 S3
CURB STOCKS CLOSING,
Hid. Asked. Hid. Anked.
Allied Seenrltlra 48 81 S9 41
Am Writing Piper. . . 3 4 3i 4
Day Slate Oa i i i 'j
Braden.. St 'i ft 1
Brlttsh Col Copper 4j 4' 4', 41,
nrlllsh-Am Tobseeo 23" 23H 23 23'.
(JlrOlIX 4 11-14 4 13-14 4 4,
Clreene Canine 10H I0H 10), 10H
lntrr Rubber 13 13 12 n
J 1 Cane pf 100 101 100 101
Kerr Like i'i 2H 2 1I-14 2Ji
Uhlrh Valley Cos! 143 243 243 2U
IjiBOfe ?H 2i 2H 2'i
Mines Coot Am IH t4 374 Jit
Mason Valley 134; IS K!j 12ti
Manhattan Trantlt 14 IH I 6 IS 17 IS
Manhattan Shirt w I, . 714 73 70 54 'I'i
Manhattan Shirt pfw I 1014 101 H lol'j mi
Marronlof Am new. .. , 7'i 7 7'i 7'i
Nevada Hills. . .11114 1; 1; 1 Ii IS
N'lplaslng Ulnea, . . 'i S'j Si, si
I'nrta Illro-Amer 111 293 283 293
Standard Oil. 1010 1013 1016 1040
Tonopah Mining S'j H e't t'h
t:ar3trCoof Amwl. 10414 I04i mH iom;
UCItStraCool Ampf. .I21, 122'i V.-?'i 121
ll S Mgta ali Heat 13 14 13 14
IJSUrht AHeatpf... S3 S3 42 83
Yukon Cold sij S'i 34 3'i
Brsdrn Copper 4. . . ls 148 110 ISO
Ilraden Copper 7i. . . 148 ISO 148 ISO
Chtrigo HI & 87J4 BS B7'i ts
Maaon Valley 4a 128 133 128 123
Alabama Oreit Pnutbern:
1'ourth w'lVSept.. Il3l,01lnr. 47.114
.Month 411.227 Inc.
I'roni July 1 1,203,727 Inc.
HurTnln, Itnrliauter land I'litalmrr
Flrat week- Oct .. 4:ir,.l: Ine.
Knim July 1 3.142.4U7 Inc.
Cincinnati. New Orleans and Tevaa 1'nrlilr
Kntirth w'lc Sept. . ISS0.SS4 Dec. 4l,r.70
Mcmtn lass.ajflr. i.ec. ii.airo
From July 1 2,447.r.61 Inc. 4I.0SC
Itlo Orande Southern:
Fourth w'k Ptpt.. Ill.lCl Inc. ISt.S
Month r.-.',la,9 Inc. 4.D43
l-'rom July 1 140,041 Inc. lla.129
The I'arlflr I'nast Company reiorts for
August' 1412. t'lisnses,
clrova earnlnri 4741.171 Inc. 471.704
cjprr. eipenaee. ... 4S4.4M Inc, I7.5HO
From July 1 1
Net earnings . 1431,446 Inc. 144,166
The Krleea. Hvstsm renorts to Ibe Inter
stats Commerce Commlxalon for August, and
two monma, comparen as louows:
Mileage 4.237 Inc. 4
Freight revenue.. 12,(77,449 Inc. 1426.646
Paeaencrr rev. . 1,100,413 Dec. 34,746
Total op.r. rev 3,447,730 Inc. 3sl,4A
Mslnt. nuy A sir 600,609 Inc. 1 3I.6KS
Malnt. of enulp .. r.06,646 Inc. 12,570
Trans, sipenaea .. 1.401,942 Inc. lti,93l
Tnaul rtner. .in... 2.617.164 Inc. S.10.634
Taxea 144,234 Inc. 4.H40
Oper. Incuma .... 1,096,664 Inc. 34,14a
From July I '
Fielglit revenue.. 14.107.964 Inc. 1714,142
I'llMenger rev ... 2,343,644 Ilia:, 163,147
Ta.laal oner, rei 7.116,090 In l'. 447.442
Mnliit, way k sir 467,142 Inc., 11,160
Mslnt. or equip,. l.ojfi,a7 inc. us.tsai
Trans, expenses .. 2,444,646 Inc. 226,744
Tailal oner. Mill, . 6.109.472 Inc. 602.417
Taxes 824,414 Inc. 9,373
Oper. Income 1,460,2Q1 Inc. ti,cr.S3
j iiavmv pun. iriauci 'ic kimiiii oaar.
j of the t.1,4ii,iHHi A per cent receivers' rer-
lincates of t tie Mea'onu Avenue ttsnroan
t'oinpauy, the (Itiarnnly Trusl t'omiiauy,
Strong. Hturais k Co and Hedinotid A Co,
arc otTerlni ths remainder to ths public
trs sHierins inw remsimier iu can
v MtsPd Intf r (( lo not iw ctnl.
4'ofTee llrellner Knroprsn Cable
lather Iilsappnlntlns; Provis
ions I.nvrer Crlllnay l.y Bulls
and l.arse I'ai-Kers.
Coffee ended lower on sotnp ireneral llniil-
d.ilion, clitein part to iinsallsfuctory l!uro-
ienn catties, Havre and llamliurk' declining
in reHponse to the advance in Now Vork
on Wednesday. It Is true that Hlo end
Santos markets advanced, but the European
cubles undoubtedly had a rather soherlnc
effect. Some reports from llrazll ore to
the effect that the advices of crop damace
are exaggerated. Warehouse deliveries for
three days were only 3B.S7S bans, airnlnst
K3.SI4 list year. Tho receipts at Hlo and
(Santos on the other hand wero only i.ono
liaics. against no.OnOn year ago. Hut the spot
demand is not us n rule very irood, specula
tion lacs, nnd as n I ready stalled In these col
umns very many prefer to awnlt further
developments before coriin.it tin tr them
selves heavily on either side of the market,
Coffee on the spot was iiulet, Hlo No. 7,
14'c. Futures clawed steady und un
changed h to 12 points lower Sales were
112.000 bags. Havre closed frc, lower.
Hamburg closed unchanged to pfg.
lower Itlo was 121 rels higher: receipts
weie i:.,ncxi bags naalnst 13.1100 last year,
stock 40.1,000 bags ngalnst .107,000 last year.
Huntos was 60 rels higher leceliita were
.11.000 bags against A.1,000 last year; stock
Z.WI.ooo bags against :,09,ooo last year.
Sao Paulo receipts were M.ooo bags against
ei.nno last year, .lundlahy receipts were
49,uoo hags against 56.0O0 last year. Trices
were as follows;
Sales, est. est. Closing.
Mirch 10.000 14.37 14.26 14.Sl14.32
May. .46.000 14.42 14. 36 14.3614. 37
July .10.790 14.42 14.37 14. S'.'s 14.37
September .. . 33,760 14.43 14 36 14.SHV14.3a
October 260 14.20 14 20 14 ir.Su is
December.. 12.250 14.24 14 18 14 liil4.19
Prothionb. I4rd was lower; primo
Western, 112.45; refined Continent, lis.SS.
Pork was steady; mess, tlO-lHO.:!. Beef
was steady; packet, $lsVfgl. Hutter
Creamery extras, so;.-M3lc; firsts. 285S(&3nc,
Cheese State, whole milk, new, white
specials, I7iic; colored, I.ijwwvc. Kggs
Fresh gathered extras, 3l'cr.i4c. ; firsts.
28fu.Kic. cnicago. uct. 10 "Taking or
profits by larger longs and llaiuldation bv
longs of the eleventh hour sort caused quite
a reaction, Weakness In grain helped
Some of tho grain houses bought early but
were soon supplied." Trices were as follows:
Open- Itlrh- J,ow- Clo- I'rev.
Ird: far. est est. tnr. Close,
Ort... 11.40 ll.S2tt 11.75 11 76 II. S3
Dec. 11.4214 ll.M 11.42li U.42l 11.55
Jan... ll.22l-25 11 26 11.02', 11.05 11. sr.
May 10.67i 10 7!i 10.621) 10. KS 10 70
Oct.. 11.03 11.03 10,87!i m.OT'a 11.05
Jan.. 10.47'4 10 40 10.25 10.25 in 471
May .. . 10 t-) 10 17'i I0.07' 10.07'i 10.25
Oct .. 17.20 17.30 17 in 17 20 17 20
Jan 18 40-75 It.sn in. 41) in 40 to k?k
May .. ..18.20 18.20 18 84 18 85 18 27'j
BcoiR. Baw was steady; centrifugal
IX test, 4.11c; muscovados 88 test. .1.61c.
Refined -was quiet; granulated. 4.8.'aj.v-.
Natai, Btopes. Spirits of turpentine,
42c. common 10 good strained rosin. 16.. '3.
COPPER MARKET SETTLES.
Sales Few on Firm Prlres Small
Prodarera Have Shaded Sllajhtly.
The oopper market yesterday had ap
parently settled down Into a resting pcrloal,
for there were few sales of either electro
lytic or lake brands. Firm prices were
obtained on transactions booked, electro
lytic fetching 17 cents and lake it: I cents
It came to the attention of Tint St'N
during the day that there have been recent
Indications of price slimline by some of
the smaller selling Interests, but Just why
concessions shoulal be offered when larger
producers have had 110 difficulty in securing
top prices coulil not be understood In tho
trade. Prices named on these sales, small
In quantity, were I71 cents cash.
The Mprton advices from London, which
came to hand during the day, continued
bullish. The firm said' "Consumptive in
cpiiry lias been very gooal both in Kurope
and America (under September M date)
and most of the business clone has been
wllh I lie two leading producers, who are
practically In sole control of the market for
The only change of note In the Western
strike nit uat Ion win that telling that I'lnh
Consolidated Minim Company had resumed
partial operations with about thirty-five
Itegnrding the strike situation a big
producer salal "I um firmly convinced that
If there Is not a sftllcincnt of the porphyry
copper strikes by the first of .lanuary a
serious shortage of copper will exist. Labor
troublt-H are cutting off ?u,nno,tKio pounds
Prices of standard copper doted as fol
lows: Yesterday. Wednesday.
Hid. AsUed. Hid. Alca-d.
Spot 17.23 17 2.'.
October 17.27'j 17 .10 17 25 17 6(1
November .. 17 25 17 si 17 25 17 371 4
December. 17 25 17 .U 17 23 17 37i
l-a-ml 5 M r, tn
Speller . 7 ial 7 7,1 7 Si. 7 fo
Till ... 10 771, 60 12ti 48 75 Ml 23
London prices were:
s. al. i.' s. il
Copper, apot . .. 77 6 0 77 12 a
(.'nuper, futures, ., ih 2 s 71 2 n
Tin, spnt . .. . 22S 6 0 226 in 0
Tin. tuiuren .... 727 5n ;-.'7 10 0
lyaal. 21 7 21 7
Speller 27 12 n 27 12
I'lglron. C . mi n mo
DAILY TREASURY STATEMENT.
WASIII.Mi IDS', Oct. I'I. The kiite.inent of Hie
receipts and expenditures aif the Tieiniry shAws;
Yesterday. Tills month, H-cnl sear.
Itecelpts. a. . 32,K3I,1I1 4M.II1.JJ7 ilI.MW,22(l
JJxpendltuTeJ 4,736.317 IVJ7.VIIH 2uf.SI7,il72
Tho recrli.ls from ausloim ye.trnUy weic
tl.i)..W; from Internal nivi-nue. ordinary, 41,.
2HS.IIS: corporation lax, 4312, anal nilMi'll.'im'ani'a,
4l'l,23U. .National bank notes received Inr re
Tne cii statenicji of the Unite I fltit? Trc.
ur:r tnr tlclobrr 11 s iowsi
(iol'l coin and Irilllni .IIM.i.vj.i.m
Tj rel:t.n ouMcndlir ccrllilcalrv ,3,3tl,'V.',t19
UOlli Calia. .....I.IH.IM. .......a.. l4IAi3,t4
A Railroad Bond to Net 5.65
We own and offer a railroad bond secured by mortgage
on about 1,381 miles of railroad, comprising au important
system. The entire bonded debt of the company Is at the
rate of lesa than $38,000 per mile, while this Ishuo Is
followed by bonds and stocks having a present market
value of over $29,000,000.
For the last fiscal year surplus after all fixed charges
amounted to over $1,600,000, against -ver $1,200,000 for
the previous year.
Ask for Circular S 801
Guaranty Trust Company
of New York
28 Nassau Street
Fifth Avenue Branch, London Office,
5th Ave. & 43d St. 33 Lombard St., E. C.
Capital and Surplus
Deposits . . .
Louisville & Nashville Rights,
We Specialise and will execute orders to
BUY or SELL
FIFTH or WHOLE sharewarrants.
Colt, Hartshorne & Picabia
MPnilirm New Vork Htook Mxchanso
64 Wall Street New York City
to ii:rosiTons ok
Purchase Monay Collateral Trust
Six Per Cent, fiolsl Netes
Denver Railway Secirities Camiany
wader nicreement dated May a, 1013.
The Committee, acting under the mtrrement
dted Maiy 8. 1012. he entered Into nn aRrccment
dateal September 3. H12. which contain the plan
adopted bj- the Committee for the ra-aclJuMment
of the obligation of the Denver Hallway Securi
ties Company. Cnple of thl agreement hale
been tiled with the nANKKHS THUST COMPANY.
Drpui-ltary, 1ft Wall .Street. New York City, and
roplo may be obtained by nnteboldrra upon
application to the Depositary or to the Secretary
of the Committee. Holders of the outstandlnK
receipts of deposit n ho do not assent to the plan
and airrerment are required to withdraw under
the provisions of paragraph Third of said agree
ment, on or prior to NOVKMHKR th. 1I2.
Dated. September 17. 1012.
IIKN.IAMIN STRONG, Jr., Chairman:
C.KOHC.i: II. HI! BR.
k. t. riianhackkr
hi:nrt h. wehrbanr.
B. W. JOfTES. Secretary.
19 Wall Street.
New York City.
MATER, MKYKlt. AUSTRIAN & PLATT.
WHITE ck CASK. Counsel.
Chicago, Lkrliogtoi & Qaiicj I. L Co.
IOWA DIVISION BONDS
A provided In the Trust Xtortgage of the Chi
cago, Murllngton A t'ulncy llallraiaal Company,
dated October 1. 1870. the sum of ?32.4KI 59 has
been set apart for the jiurrhase and cancellation
for Sinking l"und rurposes of llonds secured under
the said mortgage, at the lowest price, not to
exceed par and accrued Interest for Four per
rent. Honda or lOS per rent, and accrued In
terest for Five per cent. Bonds.
Sealed proposals to sell said Ilonds, endorsed
"Proposals of C B. at Q. Iowa Division
Bonds." will be received by the undersigned at
the offlce ef the said Company. No. "04 Scars
Uulldlng, Boston, Mass., until Thursday. October
17, ll 3. at 12 o'clock M when the bids will be
opened and the accepted bids declared.
Interest on aocepted nonds will cease October
IB. 1012. EDWAltD B. O'CONNOR.
Boston. Oct. I, 1012.
TO THK HOI.DKIW of collateral trnst first
mortgage Ti ao-jear stinking Fund liold
llnnds of the Computing Scale Company
The unaierslgned. successor to Knickerbocker
Trust Company, trustee under the mortgage
given to secure the above Issue of bonds, act
ing under authority of said mortgage, desires to
excciid the sum of Twenty thousand night
Hundred Forty-Five and td-ltio (J7o.SI5.40i Dollars
In the purchase of bonds of said Icsiic. provldeal
such purchase can In Its opinion be now mad
"Sea'ledoSers'of said bonds may be sent to the
Cailumbls-KnlekcrbocUer Trust Company, no
Kruadway, New York City, on or before No
vember 7th. 1012, at 12:00 o'clock noon.
COLUMBIA-KNICKF.ltHOCKi:K TRUST CO..
WH-LAltD V. KING. President.
New York. October 4lh. 1012.
NOItTIIF.ItN SUCl'IllTll-S COM PAN 1.
Hnhnken. N J . October lath. 1I2.
The books tor transfer of the capital slock of
the NtlltTlll.lt.V Si:iTIIITIi:S Olkll'ANY will
be claas-al at twelve o'clock noon on Saturday.
October IBIh. 1UI2. for the purposes of the annual
meeting of the stockholders to be held November
nth. 1812, anal will be ra-opened at ten o'clock
A. M November 12th. 1012. , ,
II. T. NICHOLS. Secretary.
i'nlted Slates notes
National bank notes
I'eitltcil checks on bsnks
Deduct current liabilities
Working balance In Treasury
In nallniiHl banks .
Sliver biillHwi, nit;sdli fllver ami
CIII-'.T HKA1.TY CO. A petition In bankruptcy
lus been llla-.l against the Ciest Realtj Com
twiny of Hi .Nassau street by Man' Cavaniigli
lis guardian for Itaymonal Cavanagh. a creditor
for K.avtl. on a Judgment clutod June 21 lor
personal lujune.-. .... . ,
JACK COlli:S'.-A petition lu bankruptcy has
. nui.... i.i. a-,.s..., u'wtl..ksli. i ea.lir
In le.velr. at l Canal street, bv Willy II.
Vogeler, II. Hi: Herman lrvi . ti:.0. and l.lJore
lloihner. 1I5. Ho lives In Hayonnn. .. J .. und
a petition was flla-l aralnst him In .Sa w .lirsey
on Tuc-slay on which Archibald V. SlingerlHiial
was niipolnted receiver I tablllllos are i-flki
to be flii.um anal assets ,ii. ...
S. IIACKIIAUT 4 CO.- A iiellllon In bai.krujUcy
was tllasl jcstrr.lay against Samuel llackhaut
mill Nathan KtrlnfoM. composliig the ilim of
S llackhaut i. Co., manufacturers ot fins at
tin West Twciit) si lli street, by Mike Maiilner.
IH. hpelr AI'crlhcrg.MIH.an.l A M. K rsa liner.
IVI7. A petition was tiled against Mr. llackhaut
alone aait September so.
ilillllllS l'AI.i:.STi:it pelltlam In bankrupti-y
has been tiled aislnst Morris I'slc-lar. wMailr-
il.i dealer In millinery supplies at il It 'll t
street, W Meverl nliin.7ll .alhan Hrlinn.lcr,
f Ll), end Wins Kaiser, 1U. Liabilities are sal.l
ISItAIil, I'lllllDMAN A prllUnn In bankruptcy
has been Iliad aealnsl Israel 1'rlcdman. deiler
In clothing at IU3I Second avenue, by these
i rrallliirs: i.amU tircetiwald. 2.W. ll man Sa-hiil-hiaii,
MI2. and II. Wi'luberir tt Son, S7I. I.la
bllltles are M,in and assets !,
UIUIS t'V.M'.MIAl'M. .Iiuliie Hand hps ap
pointed Miss llcrllia Hcinbaiigli receiver fur
l.amls Tatienlicnin. wlndesile dealer In millinery
sunpll '.s nt III Uond street Liabilities arc said
... .... as in a
miV.I, IOU; i'OMI'AN Jmlic Hand has
aitpoint'' a tic rncir.i o 'ua"'i i .-a l
M.r, in ri.'ruii. a a a an s ii" ".;'.;
i'ainni.ii, at it Wi'si titii'entlislrret!OiiTid.S.'.A
JtCOItS TAIIM1U Jlllc" Han't has an.
tuilnlel lieineiil .1 mmi - rrv ciisio .u a. i
.Iambi i Tiii.om. nianiilsituilnu- Icaellsis aif
17 Uollcn lane: lnn.1. l.il I laolllllc. aio
talil to tlV .'i.mr.sn a ossa;r i,ti.
MICHAKI. F. IHHVLIMl.-Judiie Hand has ap
'v i.'.ii.. ...... l Vl- rk.r for Mlehaal
jyVIUIVTVI tva.VV. vvviy... .. ---
Notice to Bondholders
TERRITORY OF HAWAII
FIRE CLAIMS B0ND8
All holders of bonds of the Territory of Hawaii.
Is.iird under authority of an Act of Concrc&s of
the United States of America entitled "An act
to pay In I'art Judgment Rendered Under an
Act of the legislative Assembly of the Territory
of Hawaii for Property Destroyed In Suppressing
the Ilubonlc Hague lu said Territory In IMghtren
Hundred nnd Ninety-nine and Nineteen Hun
dred, and AuthorltliiE tho Territory of Hawaii to
Issue llonils for the Payment of the Itcmuinlng
Claims" approved .lanuary ye., Hull, are hereby
notllled In accordance with the option reserved
that the principal of Ilonds numbered -11 la VOI
both Inclusive, amounting to Might -lu a. Thaiusa nil
Dollars (WC.Ocmoi)l and accrued Interest la. Novem
ber 1. 1012. on said bonds numbered from '.'11 to
207. both numbera Inclusive, will tie paid upo'i
presentation at The National Park Hank in the
City and State of New York on the next Interest
due date; and that Interest will cease am Novcin
ber I, 1012, on all bonds hereby called In fur p.iy
ment. D. I.. t'ONKI.INC;.
Treasurer. Territory of Hawaii
Treasurer's Offlce. Territory of Hawaii, Honolulu,
September 20, 1012.
TO TIIR nF.POSITOItsi OF
NOTKJ AND CLAIMS ACMNSf
The McCrum-Howill Company
t'nder agreement dated April tt), 19 IV.
The Creditors' Committee, aellng under the
agreement, dated April 111. 1912. lias paloptcal ai
plan of reorganization, copies of which liav-s
been filed with the UANKKRSTKUSl'COMl'ANV.
16 Wall Street, Manhattan, New York City, anl
the CHICAGO TlTJ.i: A TKCST COMPANY.
01 West Washington Street, Chicago. Illlnol;,
Depaisltarlcs. Copies of the plan nhd arreeeient
may be obtained upam appllcitlon to tlir l)ciosl
tarles, or tai the Secretary f the Coiiimitlee.
Holders aif the outstanallng receipts of deposit
who do not assent ta. the plan and agreement,
are reaiulrrd tn withdraw under the provision
of paragraph rourtli of the agreement, on or
prior to NOVI'.MIll'.II 4TII. 1012.
September 28. 1012.
.i.m:iiT ii. wir.niN.
.IOIIN C. MrKLON,
cnwii.r.s ii. stn in.
R. w .ioni'.s. Secretary.
18 Wall Street.
New York City.
WIIITR CASK. Counsel.
ELECTIONS ANU MEETINGS
CENTRAL OF tiKOIUilA RAILWAY CO.
Annual Meeting of Ntsckbnldern.
Savannah. Cleorgla. September is, 1012.
The annual meeting of the Stockholders of Cen
tral of Cirorgla Hallway Company will he held at
the office of the Company, corner of IJherty and
Montgomery Streets, In the City of Savannah,
facorgla, on Monday, the 14th day aif October, 1012.
at 11 o'clock A. M.. I'.astcrn Staudaral Time, for
the election of Directors and the transaction of
such other business as mav come before the
meeting. i:il,l(l.i:S I'. (JIIOVDS. Secretary.
TIIR CONEY ISLANU AND BROOKLYN
RAILROAD COM PANT,
De Knit, and Franklin Atennes,
Brooklyn. N Y.. October 7th. 1012.
The Annual Meeting of the stockholders of
Till: CONIIY ISLAM) AND UKXiOKLYN RAIL
ROAD COMPANY, for the election of Directors
nnd Inspectors nf Klccllon to serve the ensuing
ear. will be helal at the olnee of the Cannpany
on Mnnalay, Ociober 21st, 1012, Polls oj'tn at
11 A. M. and close al 12 M.
DLNCAN U. CANNON.
AMERICAN MALT COIIPORiTION,
IS Kxi'tiaugc Place,
Jersey city,. N.J., (let Ml.
The transfer books of this Corpairatlon will bs
closed at three o'chck P. M. can thursday. Octo
ber 17. 1012, preparaiany to the annual mvilng i f
StoekholUrrs to bo hel l November ll. 1012. and
w III be rcorenrd Friday. November Ii. 1012.
J . C. MrCll.Ni:. Secretary.
AMERICAN MAI.TINC. COJIPANT,
Aid Street Kast River.
New York. Oct. K. P2
The Transfer books of this Company will be
elaisral at tlireo o'clock P. M. on Th.irsilay, Octo
ber 17. 1012, pre-pa'-.itory to the annual inectlnir
of Stockholders to be held November 11.
and will he rcujiencd I rlilay. November IJ. VMJ.
J C VteCtJNi:. Scretarv
DIVIDENDS AM) INTEREST.
(ir.MlttVL MOIOItS (O.llPANl.
o.-icibcr 10, mi"
The Hoard of Directors of Ct:Nl.ltAI. MOTof'H
COMI'VN lias alei'lma-al a illvldeiul of Thr.-a- ntut
one-half i.l'"; I I'criVnl am lie Prrferreal Sloek
of the t'oiiipinv, to tic pild on N'me-eber 1. 115,
lo the storklioldcinif tccaird at tin- close of busi
ness October 15. U'12 .....
JVMI'ST SUA A . Tireasurcr
(iCNEJItl. Mill (HIS COMPANY.
Preferred Spick trust 'erllflrnte.
Uefeir.ng lo the fore coin c nnlla-n of clri.errl
Mailiirs Cam pain, il.ecl -'. fair the illvlJciial win
ra celvcd will be mailed to the holder of pteferrri'
stock trust cerlinnites of record at the cl ise n
business Octol.er IMOI'J.
CF.NTRAI. TRUST COMPANY OF NKW M)UK,
Agent for Voting Trustees.
EI.EITRIC ItONI) ANII SIIAIIII (.11.
PIIKFI'lllinl) STOCK IIIVIDI'.ND NO .M
Kfw ark. Oa'tit u r !). IU'
The regulsr ouartetl dividend of one an I on
half (ll-'ll peraeiat. on the I'rclcried Sloi'l l
liLKCTilU' COM) AND 311 Mill COM PAW lies
.li enalCCnrei.. pa lltlll .liiva iaiura a, a.,.. , -
holder of record at Ine close aif liiislm sti Oa tolii r
111 1012. on which dale the transfer books nil!
close, and rcipfn November t. Ill 12 ,
1 ' II. M KHANCIS. Sarrelary
The Wall Street Journal
F tim.itnc. llciuor dealer of lQi Third avenue;
J mVi'lS1l!iMA. -Srhrlulrv In hankriinlcy of
J.u ai'a I eldman. fitrnlline ala'alei a.f hlngston,
show II iiillii-n.iuaii.l ""flxM'K-.
, W'A'IKItltl'HV. COIINUT. AND ROOl .Ml
COMI'ANV -bchelules 111 thai assignment of
the Wati-ibuty Coiultc and Himilne tompany.
I M'J Itast lisd street, shaiw liabilities II J7
1 nominal assets ll.WH and actual assets MM.