THE 'SUN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER. 15, 1912.
f COTTON UP DESPITE
Market Bailies Sharply When
Aggressive Offerings by Bears
Beport of National Association
' ci-u x c-1 in RAn
oiuu it niiuw i)iiwu
000 Bales. .
WSATHER rOMCABT TOR COTTON eTATXS.
LM)For North Carolina, fair to-day i eoiar
.jaa'r the coast; fair to-morrow; moderett
d(jattrthwt to north winds.
ilFer Bouth Carolina and Georgia, fair le
gty'.and to-morrow; moderat.' northwest to
..'(Tori Alabama and Mississippi, fair to-day
,ai to-morrow: light northerly wlnda.
avlFqr Louisiana and Texas, fair to-day and
to-morrow; )l(ht variable wlnda.
Mj Far Oklahoma, fair to-day and to-mor-Ihjtpw
without decided temperature changes.
' For Arkansas, Tennessee and Kentucky,
igeir.'to-day and to-morrow,
.fudging from the nrtlon of the cotton
(, Jjiarkrt yesterday the sharp decline of Wed
nesday afternoon war more the result of a
aupXt raid .than liquidation or hedge selling,
wpTtwlthtanrflng-the strong effort to Rive
44H", Impression that the latter wa the
ii'm,- In spite of the Improved political
v'featlpok, with the prospect of a favorable
'"dluetment of, controversies growing out
-C,the Balkan war. Liverpool showed a
rather poor tone on what wan reported to
""bwConUnerttal Helling. , 4
c The local market made a full response
,.tp the weakness In Liverpool, but the open
ijng prlc'es were the lowest of the day, and
although selling was very heavy In the
"first half hour'the market absorbed it well
and before the middle of the afternoon
recovered -about 25 points. Renewed sell
ing by early buyers, coupled with bearish
crop estimates and a rumor that the Na
tional dinners' Association would report
M"t,S0MQ. bates ginned to November 14.
caused a decline shortly before the close,
Mtbut prices showed a net gain of about 4 to
t 1 points for the day.
In the last few days there has been a
M-ceturp to big crop-ideas and yesterday a
enable from Liverpool stated that Nelll
Bros, estimated the crop at U.SOO.OOO bales,
.ftaainst previous rumors that the estimate
.would be 14,250,000. A. Norden A Co.
'published their estimate of U.J55.000. The
traveller, of Weld k Co. gives his
Dpai eiUriato of the Texas crop as 4.150,000
"18a1es. This authority has been Increasing
crMr estimate since early in the summer,
when he figured that the maximum for
' Tfeias could not possibly exceed 4,000,000.
t -uTho Censua Bureau on November St wilt
tr Ita- report on the amount of cotton
hned up to the close of business on the
iatght' of Wednesday, November 13. The
National CJInner Association, according
to rumors which reached the market yester
day, estimate the amount at I0.2no.ooo
ba)e. This would show 1,350,000 bales for
tRa-period from November I to November
.compared with 1,342.000 last year. This
M t corroborative of big crop Ideas, for If the
Eft-op were realty short, as extreme bulls
Seaalra. a falling oft in the ginning would
MVetfin to .take place, particularly as the
$ feather has not been favorable for picking
and ginning, as was the case last year,
at It is trne.that the Texas crop may be more
ieitrly gin pod than cotton people believe.
8 Bne point made by K. O, Scalesis that
Texaa this year has a better supply of
Hikers than ever before tn the history of
8tyie State. 'The Insurrections in Mexico
have distributed the laboring classes of
Chat country so much that thousands have
tjirae across the line into Texaa to get work
at fcMkrep themselves from starving. Mr.
Aoales states that his advices from Texas aay
Butt it U almost Impossible to get a seat on
V. 5it railroad trains in some parts of Texas
ylfitlhs to the migration of the Mexican
tickers from one part of the State to
M tjiiother in search of new work in the fields.
2 Coder these circumstances it ia possible
Sttikt the bumper crop of Texas may have
been handled with extraordinary rapidity
Hand that ft.may ho more nearly out of the
flel(l3 than the cotton trade in general thinks
it is. '
t Futures closed barely steady, with prices
itijlV? points higher. Kstimated sales 350,-
t 0(to hale.
i'rices as follows'
Open- High- 1 -owing,
.11. n.n ti. w
,,11.65 II. 8.1 11.65
.11.81 13. 01 11. SI
11. 79 11 75
12.no ii. ra
. U.VO 13.13 11. W
New Orleans were as fol-
Open- lllfh- Ixiw-
uir. en. esi.
i rfcrfinber .-.Ml. 13.' H.M 11.07 11.07
I iimary !....u:u I2.li ii. an i. Oi a.oi
T. Ub5h.. .-..l-Mrt 12.2; 12. 02 ll.lt 12.14
"Hay:.. .'...13117 12. ii 12.11 12.S1 13.3
T,tjtot cotton hero wa in points higher,
tat 18.10 for middling' uplands. New York
1-Mfttflcatcd Ktock , tu.:27 bales, neainst
So.Jll last J ear. Southern Hpot markets
unchanged to t lower except Memphis j
hlchcr 'arfd Moiistou 1-10 up. (falveston
NffHK'Kew. Ur.'iiaus 12 1-18. Savnunali 12,
jjloiton, 12 I-10, Memphis viyt, Ktunl
W-l'ilocslpH 'and stocks at leaJrng points,
with comparisons, ns follows.
emptiis.', . , .
f'rort 'receipts, :il.s;7 halos, against S2.142
Ii4tst' year. Imports CI, 403; total for th
2,091,781, ajalnst 3,030,833 last year.
Kallmalrd tti I-st l-ast
relou tewtsv. Week. Year.
Galveston 23 0T)UU31.OU0 23.633 10.10
Kew Orleans. M.OM to 17,421 12,887
Liverpool spot cotton was quiet. 0 points
tower at ti.spri, for American middling on
ties of ",060 hales. Futures opened about
appoints lower and closed at about the open-
Ut'level. Prices as follows:
Open- Hlth- Low
In?, est. est.
Jan.-Feb alii 8.47 8.42
Msreh-Aprlt.8.43 8.43 s.40
ifiV-JUOe,,..8.43 8.44' 8.40
:5mK!een A. "M. htds to Liverpool: De-
eawtber, ll.f; January, 11.71: March, 11.11 :
.Ladln buyers; Mitchell, Waters, Mc
radderi, Hicks, Rlordan, Schllfer, Cone.
YStotdlng tellera: Norden, Springs, Sohley,
Hentz, Schlll, nirforil,
, COTTON NOTES.
Waoo, Tex., wired: "Spots easier Isst
"Hint. Veri- little Inquiry. Expect much
-.easier spot situation. Weather continues
Savannah wired: tieneral opinion that
Interior very long a fallacy. Southern mills
heavy buying continues at extravagant
prices. Spots hardly giving way "
Charlotte. N. (',. wired. "Hecllne your
nafket has only tended to widen basis, as
demand continues unabated. Cotton sold
Ljesterdav and to-day In good blocks at
llufhest basis In history. Can't sen any
Vmnglin spot situation to Justify decline."
Memphis f7omrrcil tp;lraf said; "Ilulk
of river crop h In. Steamers are bringing
9m smaller loads each trip. Iandlnes am
Sietr. Jitearaboat captains say the 10 Is
TTardly enough cotton on the Arkansas side
t Justify them stopping for It."
-Liverpool cabled; "Continental unload
. ng continues, "
rjkk aaOOjOtlO for Appropriated Land
') ALBANT, Nov. 14. The Now York Central
tid Hudson River Railroad) as lessee of the
zjff'anch of the West Shore traversing Pitta
nffird,. Monroe county, has filed a claim
atalntt the State for 1500,830 for the ap
propriation for barge canal purposes of a
Itct of land over which the company-bad
EM rilht of war.
THE GKAUf MA1KETS.
Wkemt Iwcf-Rtot)lpa 1111
Vorelcm Market Down Hal
kao flltaatlon Considered Paclfle
br drain Intereatt.
Wheat again nought a lower level, pur
sued by big receipts., declining foreign
markets and heavy liquidation. To many,
of the grain trade the Balkan situation
took lew threatening. Liverpool seemed
to feel the tame way, certainly, aa Its prices
were lowered V to Id. Antwerp too fell
lXo., Budapest 2Hc, Berlin to 1H0.
and Paris on some option H to-Me. All
this was considered striking testimony
to a tern apprehensive feeling In Europe
concerning the ultimate outcome of the
Balkan war In a rearrangement of the map
In the Near East. The flour trade too In
the Northwest was admittedly less active.
The export demand for wheat has fallen
off sharply. In short with prospects of what
might be termed a peaceful peace In South
east cm Europe, with hig receipts and with
a slack cash demand whether for home
or foreign account, prices weakened.
The flour mills at the Northwest. It Is
said, will close on Saturday. Foreign houses
were good tellers of wheat at Chicago
yesterday. December liquidation was a
feature. The only thing to check the de
cline was covering of shorts. New tow
levels were made on both December and
May deliveries. Argentine crop newa was
favorable. Spring wheat markets were
quite as weak as Chlrago.or the European.
On the other hand some were looking for
a rally after a decline of four days In suc
cession. The tendency Is to build up a good
short Interest. Although there Is no ex
port demand the country Is buying cash
wheat heavily In the Northwest. There
wns steady buying by commission houses
on a scaledown yesterday. In fact there
has been for three or four days past.
But tn the main the sentiment Is bearish
here. The spring wheat movement is ex
pected to continue large. The stock at
Minneapolis In five days has Increased
750,000 bushels. (Mowing crop reports are
being received from Argentina. .
Corn declined here and in Liverpool .as
well as Buenos Ayres. I'eorla reported
larger arrivals of new corn; It expected 60
cart there yesterday. December was espe
cially weak at Chicago. All the important
corn centres report Increasing receipts of
new crop. A point within fifty miles of
Chicago sent a car of new Nn. 2 yellow to
that market. New corn declined ic. at Chi
cago and old 2c. Liverpool declined J tol-Sd.
and Buenos Ayres U to !c. Chicago trad
ers were selling December and buying May.
The tendency is to accumulate a
considerable short Interest. "Thereby
hangs a tale" perhaps. Moit people are
bearish on corn. Colder weather was pre
dicted. That would favor husking and
marketing. Chicago had over fifty cars
of new corn. Covering of shorts seemed
to be about the only check on the decline.
Oats declined slightly. It was only
slightly, let it be observed, for good buy
ing of December took place. This buying
was done too by houses that are under
stood to want the oata to fill shipping en
gagements. Not a few of the shorts in
May deemed It advisable to cover. Avail
able stocks are not burdensome, to say
the least. One house at Chicago bought
700,000 bushels of May In covering shorts.
Wheat on the spot was Irregular; closing
prices f. o. b. afloat for export, rail basis
No. 2 red to arrive, $I.O0; No. 1 Northern
spring, Ullic; No. 2' hard winter. HHc;
No. I northern Manitoba, WMc. Sales
were Afl.OOO bushels for export. Corn was
irregular; No. 2 white, nominal. Oats were
easy; standards, 37iic; No. 2 white, nominal.
Rye Quoted No. 2, :-, title, c. I. f. Buffalo,
November shipment, car lots: State Penn
sylvania, nominal c. I f. New York. Barley
Malting. J7a70c. c. i. f. Buffalo to arrive;
feeding, 4J pounds, M'ic c. I. f. New York.
Prices were as follows:
Open- Hlth- Low- Clo- Prev.
Wheat: Inf. eat. en. Inc. Close.
December... .Ki BSH B5K 064 Mil
May iw3 so1 j wV H 100
Chicago, Nov. u. Prices were a fol
OT1I Eft MnKETS.
Wheat: Inf. est.
Minn De-.. R3,-4 SI
II sy. -! . SMW
Dulath....Dec.. 83H 8J7,
Msy.. Mi. w
(dun D?c. JS aii,
Winnipeg. Nov.. 8114 MH
Dec,. 8Hi- 8I
low- Clos- Prev.
est. Inf. Cloe.
83'i KVi MH
Toledo.. .Dec.ioi'. im4
: . tl'J
33 KSi 33
Kan. City Dee, . 4V4
St. Iu s..Deo
The grain movement wat aa follows
Flour. Wheat. Corn
Oats. Bye. Barley.
Hecelpts .43.000 410,000 S.nno 1R2.000
SMpnTts.. 11.000 473.000 2.000 7.000
receipts. 29 .con t8.vnro yn.nm ntjnm st.ooo m.oon
xporU.,43,000 34.000 73.001) 731.000 13.000 30.000
The Northwestern wheat receipt wert
Duluth (rirst 831
MS 122 M
411 2IM 218
143 23 23
MU 413 S
Among the buyers of wheat were Logan
At Bryan, Lameon A Babcock, Rushton
A Co. The ssllers were Rldston, Armour
Oraln Company, King Farnum, Flnloy,
liarrell A Co., Lowltz and Noyes & Jack
son. Corn was purchased by Clement
Curtis A Co.
The Price Current says: "There Is little
of recent chanje In the general situation
applicable to agricultural Interests. In
the central Western regions the husking
of corn has progressed with a good deal
of activity, the prevailing quality of the
grain Is high; the extent of corn grown
nnd the proportion that has gone Into
silos exceeds the previous year. Oata olTer-
Inc keep up well. The autumn sown
wheat is In a very promising condition."
Flour was moderately active and easy,
Spring clears, (4,48084.83: patents; t4.850
13.03; Kansas straights, $4.30flt4.4S. Rv
EUROPE BUYING COPPER HERE.
Knrelcn Supply Allowed to Ran Low
Owing to Politic.
For the first time linearly two months
European copper consumers have entered
our market. Yesterday large orders were
executed by some of the leading selling
agencies with English and Herman firms
at a price of tT,( cents, the highest of the
season, The demand was general nnd men
In tho trade say that Indications point to a
contlnuanco of this buying, It is known
that foreign supplies have been allowed to
run rather low, owlna partly to the i:n
seuiea political conditions prevailing on
tho other side and partly to the high money
The consumption of the metal In Oer-
many in October was heavier than usual
and It is expected that the fortnightly stall.
tics for the first half of November, which
will Ixt published next Monday, will show
a further shrinkage in English and French
stocks. This Is given aa one reason for the
anxiety of foreign buyer to secure lm
The home trad Is only moderata, but
there is a belief expressed that the do
mettle diaiid will toon lacra and that
larger purchase wifj bo made la trmpathy
with the Increased demand.
At the Metal Kxcbanga quotation were
as follow: .
Bid. Aaked. Rid. Alked.
November I7.HX 1T.80 17,10 1T.S3W
December.... ...I7.I3W 17.48 1T.HH 17. tali
January l7.H(i 17.43 17. m 17.90
Lead 1.,,. 4,70 4.78 4.78 4.80
Spelter,. ..:".,. 7.38 7.48 T.M 7.48
no.. ,.7 80.35 80.80 4U.00 W.37H
London prices were:
C a. d. L s. d.
Copper, spot. 78 0 0 T7 3 8
Copper, future 78 15 0 77 17 8
Tin, spot 32 13 0 228 8 0
7 In, future. 27 13 ,0 23 o o
ad 18 8 0 18 7
Spelter... Tr 38 17 38 IT
riff Iron, C. W. 87 t 87 lH
125 LOCOMOTIVES WANTED.
ffortkweatera Rallroadl Akaat
Place Large Order.
The feature of tho day in the stoel market
was the report of an order to be placed by
the Chicago nnd Northwestern Railway
Company for lis new locomotives. Details
of the' transaction were aot made public,
but it Is understood that It will entail an
outlay of between 12,000,000 and 13,000,000.
It Is probable that the bulk of the order
will go to the American Locomotive Com
pany. Thla is the largest equipment order
to be given out by a railroad In torn
months. Th locomotive are to be de
livered In 1913.
It I also understood that the Delaware,
Lackawanna and Western, which ha had
out an Inquiry for twenty-two locomotives
and 3,200 freight car will shortly close the
contracts. Other equipment Inquiries in
clude two for light rails for foreign ship
ment, one from Peru and one from Brazil,
for a total of about 6.000 ton. Tha Boston
and Main Itallroad it also In the market,
having placed an order with th Baldwin
Locomotive Works for fifty consolidation
locomotives for delivery In the early spring.
Advice from the Pittsburg district state
that there Is a large demand for steel plates
and that plate makers are sold further
ahead than at any time in the past. A sur
prising feature of tho developments In this
line is that Inquiries have been greater than
bookings. Prices are steadily advancing
with Indications of even further Increase.
The United States Cant Iron Pipe and
Foundry Company advanced the price of
Ita product 11 a ton yesterday. It was said
that owing to tho Increases In the ptice of
pig Iron and the heavy demand for cast
Iron pipe this action was neoeesitry. The
company la now operating eleven of Ita
twelve plants, and when repair and exten
sions are completed the idle foundry will
be put Into operation. It was also sold that
the company now hat more orders on its
books and Is gettlnr better price than for
three or four years.
Steel orders continue to be heavy, The
United States Steel Corporation, It It under
stood, Is selling a large amount for delivery
during tbe'thlrd quarter of next year, and
since the first, of the month the dally busi
ness has been as high as 100,000 tons. This
Is not the dally average, but orders have
been coming in so liberally that a further
Increase In unfilled tonnage In the current
month Is predicted. This will probably
eertously Interfere with deliveries, and in
commenting on this situation the iron Trade
"Some of the leading steel and Iron man
ufacturers in the Pittsburg district are un
able to promise deliveries on finished prod
ucts until the third and In some Instances
the fourth quarter. The leading interest
continues to quote 11.43 on steel Dlatea
and Htructural shape and. most of the In
dependent mills are asking II. SO for forward
shipment. Several Interests, however, are
refusing to accept additional contracts
and some talk of an advance I heard."
ColTee Lower Forelsra Market
Lower la Soaae Cae Braall-
lan Market Fall ta Advance aa
Expected ProTlalona Htajaer
Coffee declined both her and In Europe,
and what many regarded at quit aa sig
nificant, It failed to advance at Brazilian
markets, something on which not a little
emphasis wat laid, aa there were rumors
on Wednesday that Santos prices had
rallied. Yesterday's advices did not confirm
this rumor. What is more, costnd freight
quotations receded. The Interpretation not
unnaturally put upou this fact) was that
Brazilian holders are not Indisposed to sell
at current quotations. No attention was
paid to another Santos rumor that there
was a tendency to reduce Santos crop esti
mates. The rumor committee was In bad
odor. A good deal of the business here was
in switching from near to far off months.
There was not a little local liquidation and
also a certain amount of hedge selling
against recent purchases in Brazil. On the
whole the developments of the day were
not of a kind to encourage aggressive ope
rations on the long side, though It Is true
that leading local bulls were understood
to be giving more or less support. Also
It Is to be remarked that the decline was
hy no meana severe. The warehouse de
liveries for three days were 60,007 bags.
against 38,032 for the same time last week
and 87,702 last year.
Coffee on the spot was quiet; Rio No. 7,
l4Jo. Futures closed steady and 2 to 7
points lower. Salea were 118,230 bags.
Havre closed unchanged to 'A frano lower.
Hamburg closed M pfg. lower. Rio was
73 rels higher; receipts were 17,000 bags,
against 8,000 last year; stocks, 283,000 bags.
Santos was unchanged; receipts were 32.000
bags; stocks, 2,007,000 bags. Sao Paulo
receipt were (1,000 bags. Jundlahy re
ceipts were 38.000 bags. Prices ware at
' Sales. Richest. Lowest
March 35X103 13.04 13.88
May 17.260 14.04 14.00
July 230 14.07 14.07
September.., 00.7to 14.12 14 0
December.. . 4,300 13.87 13.82
14 .00,1 14 01
14. 04 jH. 00
Provision! , Lard waa stronger; prime
Western. 111.83; refined Continent, tn. t.
Pork waa unsettled: mess, i8,;&ai,25.
Beef was firm; packet, I20OI31. Butter
Creamery extras, stVjc; firsts, 8lKer3SXc.
Cheese State, whole milk, new white
and colored specials, UKOHSo. Eggs
Fresh gathered firsts, S'ffMlc. Chicago,
Nov. 14. "Provisions opened easy for most
of the list under scattered selling, no doubt
Influenced by the action of grain markets.
Demand from shorts for November and De
cember lard, together with fairly ood
liberal buying led by commission houses
with Stock Yards clients, caused a fair tip
turn, from which there was a partial re
action, the market closing steady. Smaller
Western packers sold lard. A large West
em packer told a moderate line of January
liork. There wns some short selling of
May deliveries by so-called grain traders.
Cash trade was good. Stock of production
continue to decrease," Price were aa
Open- Hlth- Low- Clot- Prev.
Inr. eat. est. Inr. Close.
in a. V.IOBO.
10 62 3 10.621
,10.84 lO.Cli 10.88 1Q.K
.lo.eiM-eo 10.70 in. so
10.30 10.37H 10.27)4
10.071s 10. lilt 10.10
85 9.90 8.90
Huoah. Haw was firm
80 test, 3.55c;
test, 4.03c.; muscovados,
re lined wan quiet; granulated, 4.00o
Navai, Storks. Spirits of turpentine,
4ltf llMc Common to good strained rosin,
Grorare Cinnld'a Son-ln-larr Gets
Ktock Eichantre Beat.
A. J. Proiel, Jr., son-in-law of George
.!, (lould, who went Into Wall Street about
two years ago, It about to become a mem
ber of the Stook Exchange. The seat of
K. A. De Manrlau has been posted for trans
fer to him. The price ittld for the last
previously told teat on the txchang wat
Attorney-General Bice Will
Argue With President
TALK OP NEW HAVEN DEAL
Abandonment of Work on Rail
road Project Has Excited
All New England.
A question of railroad policy and
lnanoe which Is now filling many oxcltod
columns of Kew England newspapers
and is the talk of Eastern railroad men may
be answered in this city in the next two
The question ia this: Will the Grand
Trunk Railway permanently abandon
ita projocted extensions to Boston and
Providence and effect an understanding
with the New Haven road whereby tho
Grand Trunk gets terminal in these
cities by using the New Haven's tracks,
or will the Grand Trunk, refusing to make
an agreement with ita rivnl, go ahead
with its interrupted plans and build its
own extensions from White Kiver Junc
tion to Boston and from Palmer, Mass.,
President E. J. Chamberlin of the Grand
Trunk came to New York yesterday
and put up at tho Waldorf. President
Mellen of the New Haven was alto in the
city. No word could be got from either
as to whether or not they had conferred.
It won said that Uiero had been a con
ference and probably would be another
It is certain that there will be a con
ference at the Waldorf at 10 o'clock this
morning between President Chamberlin
and the Attorney-General of Rhode Island!
Herbert A. Rice, and that .William C
Bliss, chairman of the Publio Utilities
Commission of Rhode Island, will par
ticipate in It.
Tho State of Rhode Island, through
Representative O'Shaunessy, laid be
fore the Department of Justice in Wash
ington yesterday formal complaint
against the alleged agreemont between
the two big trunk lines. To-day Attorney-
General 'Rloe, representing Gov, Pothier
of Rhode Island, will tell President Cham
berlin of the Grand Trunk just how badly
the smallest New England State feels
and what it purposes to do if the Grand
Trunk decides to abandon the line from
Palmer to Providence.
"If the Grand Trunk and the New York,
New Haven and Hartford persist in car
rying out the doal," Attorney-General
Rice said last night, "the State of Rhode
Island will unquestionably resort to re
taliatory measures and neither road will
profit by the undertaking."
"The Grand Trunk baa torn up our
State from Providence to the Massachu
setts line at Blackstone," Mr. Rloe con
tinued. "I understand that it has already
spent about $4,000,000 in preparing ita'
right of way between Palmer-and Provi
dence. It haa two boats being built in
vtumington. Dei., war. were to piy be
tween Providence and New xork in com
petition with the New England Naviga
"The State of Rhode, Island haa already
spent half a million dollars on wharfage
and other harbor improvements in antici
pation of the Grand Trunk's arrival and
the representations of the Grand Trunk
that better facilities would be needed.
"A pier has been especially constructed
to meet the convenience of the railroad.
On it tba tracks are depressed so that the
doors of freight care will be on a level
with the pier as requested by the Grand
"Moreover, the city of Providence is
spending 1125,000 on the harbor at l-'ields
Point to provide facilities for the Grand
"It is generally understood' here the
Attorney-Oenerai paused between sen
tences and phrased them very carefully
"that the drand Trunk and New Haven
roads began conferences two months ago
and that A. W. Nmithers of Ixnidon,
who is chairman of the Grand Trunk's
board of directors, took part. It is-rumored
that at this conference the entire
outlay of the Grand Trunk Railway in
ita extension from Palmer to Providence
was discussed, and that reimbursement
of the Grand Trunk for these expenditures
was also under discussion.
"I am credibly advised that If in
vestigation is started by the appointment
of a committee of Congress, under the
direction of Attorney-Uencrol Wicker
sham, them arn those who will place
honor before railroad advancement and
will reveal the whole transaction. Neither
Mr. Mellen nor Mr. Chamberlin haa as
yet denied tho substance of these rumors,
and I think that both would be too honor
able to do so in case of an investigation."
Mr. Rice wished it said that in meeting
Mr. Chamberlin to-day by appointment
he is acting not as Attorney -General
but aa the representative of Gov. Pothier,
who is kept in Providence by engagements.
Next week representatives of the Rhode
Island Utilities Commission will lay their
firotests before the Department of JuBtice
Attorney-General Wlckersham, it was
said in Washington last night, will closely
watch development of the proposed
agreement between the two roads, and the
federal Uovernment will act promptly tai
case tne agreement is in violation of law.
The officials of Uie Department of Justice
have no definite information aa to tho
sco pa of tho proposal. If it in merely
a trackage agreement br which the
, Grand Trunk, through tha payment of
rental, is permitted to use) tne new uaven s
right of way the Government will prob
ably be powerless, says a Washington
despatch to TllK Hun. If, however, tho
agreement contains features wliich result
in suppressing competition or restraining
trade tho Government will of cotirso
intervene. No action will lie taken until
Mr. Wlckersham is fully informed as to
thn nature of the undertaking which
Presidents Mellen and Chamberlin are
supposed to be considering-
It was said hero yesterday , apparently on
thn best of authority, that the contemplated
agreement merely permits the Grand
Trunk to uso the) New Haven's tracks
ami is in no sense a trafilo agreemont.
From the samo authority it was learned
that if the Grand Trunk does use tho New
Haven's tracks in reaching Boston and
Providence it will consider itself u com
President CTham berlin said yesterday
that his object in coming to this city
was to confer with representatives of
the Wabash road relative to the renewal
of on agreement. The Wabash now
uses the Grand Trunk's tracks between
Illack Hock, Canada, and Detroit, and
the agreement' is about to expire.
President K. H. Kitzhugh of the Central
Vermont is also in town. It was he who
negotiated with the Rhode Islanders
when thn now Una from Palmer to Provi
dence was, projected.
Colomde Midland Facet Foreclosure.
Holders of 4 per rent, first mortgage
bonds of the Colorado Midland Railway
are organizing under a protective com
mittee to look out for their interests. 11(4 1
gnrtcn A Co., who already represent a con
siderable amount of the tt,4Si,ooo bonds,
are asking holdert to communloate with
them. Interest it due on January I, The
latt interrstiwat paid with borrowed money.
A foreclosure ta held to be impending.
Two days ago tsso.ooo par value of the
Boooa aeiu at auction jor tMavi
CLOVER LEAF REPORTS DEFICIT.
Laid to Utter nnd Nether Mlllatnne
of Labor Federal Interference,
Th Toledo, St.,Louls and Western Rail
road, the "Clover Leaf," reports n deficit
of J2S4, oso' for the year ended June 30,
Before deduotlons of preferred dividends
th deficit was M,02 ns compared with
a surplus earned tho year before of 172,707.
Tho gross was slightly greater for tho yeor
than In the year previous, showing 13,883,221,
President Shonts blames higher wage
and Increased Federal and State require
ments. He says In his report:
"The operations for the year have felt
the full effect of tho high rates of. wanes
paid ana improves, working conouions
granted In meeting the demands of labor.
and with the constantly Increasing re
quirements or State and federal laws nnd
administrative boards tho necessity for a
proportionate advance in rates of trans
portation to compensate such Increased
costs Is still .prominently before your man
agement. "it is a question how your management
shall meet the Increased expenses due to
increased wages and other causes and at
the same time servo thn publio In the man
ner demanded nnd exet'ted and also main
tain the property In tho" way It should lie
kept unless proportionate advances can
be obtained in rates of transportation to
offset the Increase in cost of operation.
Laljor organization seek to control the
cost of railroad operations and Govern
ment officials determine the Income de
rived from the operations."
VALUE OF PARK AVENUE HOTEL.
Owner Seek ta Ilednce the Assess
ment by 235,000.
The owners of the Park Aventie Hotel
got a writ of certiorari in the Supreme
Court yesterday against the Commissioners
of Taxes In a suit to reduce an nHscssment
of I2.025.txx) on tho hotel property. The
petition says the hotel was leased lu loon
i or live years io rreucncK a. nriu ni iiw,wu
a year, which Includes all the contents of
Tin land is now asssessed at 81.48S.O0O
and the building at f.UO.noo, but tho peti
tion nlleccs that the building Is not north
over Mls.OflO and that rhe total property
is vaiuea at not over vi.mhi.uuu.
COURT CALENDARS THIS DAY.
NKW YORK COUNTY.
Supreme Court Appellate Division. Before
Inrrahatn. I. J.: McLaughlin. I-aucnlln, Miller
and Doit ling, J. J. Court opens at 2 P. M.
Mos. M, 141, 145, 148, 147. 148, 149. 130. 151, 162,
153. 154. I .V), 158.
Supreme Court Appellate Term tlccess.
Supreme Court Special Term. Part I. Be
fore Scnbury, J. Court opens at 10.30 A. U. Liti
Part H. Before f.'cwberrer.- J. Court opens
at lOJO A. M. Kx parte matters.
Supreme Court .Special Term. Part III.-r
Before Ucrard, J. Motions. I'referiert causes
No. (Ml. (ieneral calendar Noa. 189, 137. 1495,
352, 822. 379. 1358, 3M). 373, 553. 571. 579. 585. 584, 598.
'I he lolljulne cases will be called at 2 I'. M. for
trlal-.Nos. 6(17, 811, (110. 823, 835, 637, 812, Ml, 88,
091. 70S, 748. 784. 774, .WJ, 130. 591, 848. 744.
I'nrt IV. Before Hendrirk, J.
Pan V. Before PlaUrk, J.
Part VI. Before fllsrholT. J. Causes to be
sent from Part III, to Pans IV.. V. aod VI. for
Trial Term. Part II. Before fiavegan. J.
Short cause No. 2W0.
Part 111. Before Ford, 3. Day calendar
Nos. 814, 31,1194, 4321.
Part IV. Before Blanchard, J. Day calendar-Not.
120U. 1210. 1213, VS0, M. 558, 881, 882.
63. 588. 1184. 712. 370.
Part V. Before Davis. J. Day calendar
Nos. 1147. 1153. 1135. 1138. 1078, B(ll. 802, tol. 1133,
1081. 1149, 1137, 1138, 1112. 1145. 1148. 1158. 1158.
Part VI. Before Delany. J. IJav calendar
Nos. 882. 1085, 220, 221, 955. 058, C63, 1231, 1334.
1240. 1241. 1081. 1243.
Part VII. Before Durro. J. Case oa. No day
Part VIII. Before Guy. J. Nos. 814. 438, 1280,
Part IX. Before Brady, J. Inquest No. 718.
Day calendar Nos. 919. 110, 577, 610, 378, 1051.
5851. 327. 1128.
Part X." Before tileierlcb, J. Case on. No
Part XI. Before UeCaU. J. Nos. 848. 1110.
1283, 1287, 1288, 1291, 1294, 1112, 1089, 1003, 1290.
105, 1103. 440.'
Part XII. Before Cohalan. J. Noa. 587. 1318.
Part XIII. Before Amend, J. Noa. 203. 703.
877, 448. 293. 502. 448i. 2480.
Part XIV. Before Pendleton. J. No day cal
endar. Part XV. Before Oreeabaum, J. Case on No
day calendar. '
Pan XVf. Before Bljur. J. Noa. 1085.108. 322.
1037,839. 587. 1081. 1082, 1088. 1088.
Part XVII. Before De Angeles. J. Case on
No day calendar.
Part XVIII. Before Frlanrer. J. Inquest No.
1188. Day calendar-Nos. 1149. 1145. 1151, 844.
1138. 899. 1134. MM. !
Surrogate's Court Chambers Before Fowler.
S. Motion calendar called at 1030 A. M. WIUs for
probate ItalTalla Tusso, Charles Sredorf, Mar
garetta Mantling. Aner (I. Wheeler, Ixiuls Lcser
man, William V. Hero, at 10.10 A. M.
Trial Term Before Cohalan. 8. Contest Will
No. 2975 Mary Klla Hays, si 10. .TO A. M.
City Court Special Term Part I. Before
Donnelly. J. Court opens at 10 A. M. Motions.
Part 1 1. -r Be fore Schmuck, J. Court opens at
10 A. M.V-X parte matters.
Trial Term Part I. Before Oreen. J. Nos.
1243, 1002, 428. 435, 1011. 1027, 4497, 44S7W, 249,
1150, 1174, lino. 4418. 1217, 1249, 1253, 1217, 1223, 1235,
1237. 1238. 1240. 517. Ml. 12M. M3. 957, IM5, 081,
451. 784. 43U. 1191. 1237, 1258. 1259, I2'A 1281, 1242,
12TJ. 1244. I25. 1268. 1267, 1268. 12C0, 1270. "1271,
1272. 1273. 1271.
Part II. Before MeAvoy, J. Short causes
Nos. 472.1. 475H. 4983, 4981, 4970. 4071, (BO,
4071. 49110, 4901). 4977, 4090, 4724 , 4728, 4820. 4f"7.
4768. 4924. 4918. 4921, 4891. 185. 4859, 4781.
Part III. Before La Kctra, J.
Part IV,- Before Lynch, J.
Part V. Before Flnellte, J,
Part VI. Before O'Dwyer. C.J.
Part VII. Before Delehanly. J.
Part VIII. Before Smith. J.
Causes to he sent from Part I. to Part III.,
IV., V., VI.. VI. and VIII. for trial.
Supreme Court Special Term for Motions.
Before Putnam, J. Court opens at 10 A. M.
sunremo CourL-Boeclal Term and Chambers.
Court opens at 10 A. M. Before Putnam. J.
Motions. Before Blaekmar, J. Rx parte matters.
Supremo Court Special Term TrlaW Before
Kapper, J. Court opens at 10 A. M. Day calendar-Nos.
25SS. 2387. 2044 . 2433. 283. 285J. 2329.
2590. 2800. 2853, 2311, 2818. Highest number
reached on the regular rail, 2853.
Before Blaekmar. J. -.Nos. 2527-2703. 2704-2708,
Supreme Court.Trlal Term. Court opens at'
id A, ss. way calendar .o. vlj, j.mm, unw,
4921, 4989, 5148, 7823, 8038, 8.132, 7903, 8937, 2034..
5743, 5250. .VMS. 3576, 5391, 5810. Mil. 5827, 5828.
5837, 5038. 5848. 5619. 5631-5632, 5650, 5460, 5863,
5684,5878. Thehalanreof thedaycalrndaratands.
over until No ember 18. Highest number reached
on regular call, 3747.
Supreme Court. Trial Term. Part V. Before
Asplnall, J. Court opens at 10 A. M. Criminal
calendar People vs Bartolo Rocco. assault,
second degree, c. c. w.: IVuple vs George O Nelll,
assault, second degree; People vs Jar D. Mont
gomery. abdueUon; People vs Frederick Lamport.
violating nec. iwi r. i..; i-eopio vs rcruiaauuo io
supreme CourT-Trlal Term Criminal Calen
dar Part VII.
Before Crane. J. Court onens at
in A, M. People vs Max noin, grana larceny,
first degree; people vs Stephen Malek, grand
larceny, second degree: people va Angelo Sil
vester, attempted assault, second degree: people
va Amato Itosarlo, alias Giuseppl Blsarl, violating
sec.1897 P .U; people vs Aaron Nelson, assault,
second degree; people vs Frank Carhona. vio
lating sec. 1897 P. L.; people ,va Katharine Lang,
County Court Crlmlnal-For Trial Part I.
Before Dike, J. Court opens at 10 A. M. Leo
Mlnlnaahn, perjury: Jacob BerkonlU, perjury;
Morris Braun, receiving; William Itolllns. burg
lary and pcilt larceny; h'red Cavagenero, burg-
'I?irt II. Before Fawcett. J. Joseph Itartnett
and William Wllkle, burglary and petit larceny;
Paul Dnnls. attempted violation sec. 2460 l. 1..;
James MrNamara, attempted rape and assault:
Alphonsn De Vlto, assault.
Part III. Before Tlernan, J. Iluth Clayton,
grand larceny; (ieorge F. Weldlc. grand larceny:
William Krhmled, violating sec. 1746 P. I; Fred
Post, assault: Samuel Brooks, assault; Anna
Kersey, grand larceny.
County Court-Civil Calendar Part IV. Be
fore Grant, J. Court opens at 10 A. M. Actions
triable by the court without a jury Nos. 2405.
2391, 241B, 2416, 2411, 2123, 2397.
.Surrogates Court Chambers Before Ketch-
am. S. Court opens at 10 A. M. In the Hall of
Itecords on second floor. No day calendar.
Sunreme Court Special Term far Trials Held
In Die County Court House In l.ong Island City,
Court opens and calendar called In Part II, at
10 A. M. Before Clark. J. Inouesta Nos. 496.
493, 507, Yolt vs Yott, urban vs Urban, Herbert
va uerneri, Kiipoiowsai va nnpotowsKi, uaw
klna va Dawklns. Highest number reached. 527.
County Court Criminal Term Held at the
County Court House, Long Island City. Calendar
railed at 10 A. M. Before Humphrey, J, Nos.
3865. 3548, 8645. 3648.
county court i rial or equity uaaea Held at
the County Court House In Long Island City.
Calendar called at 10 A. U. Kefore Humnhrev. J.
Egan vs Ulrchtteld, Mielh vs Wiedemann,
niraie va nay ei ai.
V. 8, Supreme Conrt Calendar.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 14. The day call tn the
United states Supreme Cour for Friday, Novenv
ocr io nos, so, oo. os, ou, ou, si, fu, ta, 04 ana 65.
Supreme Court By Justice Newburger Suy
dam vt nroaamaa. Edgar II. Rosenstock; Cypel
roan va Cipelman. William Klein.
By Justice niegerlch Wend ling n Wendllng,
John J.- Freedniaa.
By Justice (iemd Coflla vt Coma, Eugeat L.
or , .
Unitti States Motor Ro.
UOEK-SIKPSON MANUFACTURING COMPART
BRUSH RUNABOUT COMPART
COLUMBIA MOTOR CAR COMPART
DAYTON MOTOR CAR COMPANY
MAXWELUBRISCOE MOTOR COMPANT '
The Committee acting under the Plan and
Agreement of Iteorganlcatlon. dated October 10,
1112, announces that over M!i of the Indebtedness
of the companies shove mentioned has been de
posited subject to the Plan. In order to enable the
creditors whose claims have not yet been de
posited to participate In the benefits of the Plan,
the Committee has determined to accept the de
posit of additional debentures, notes and claims
without penalty until the close of business on
DI'XKMBI.'tt O. IB 1 3.
Notice Is hereby given to the holdere of cer
tiorates of deposit representing preferred
and common stock ot the United States Motor
Company and of Columbia Motor Car Company
that there has been called and Is payable"ln New
York funds on or before the close of business
DK4JKMIIRK 9, IB I a, 12.40 In respect of each
share of stock of the par value of 1100 repre
sented by their certificates of deposit (a second
Installment of 10 of the amounu payable In
respect to said shares). Certificates of deposit
must be presented at the time of such payment for
notation thereon of the payment of said second
Installment. Failure to make such payment within
the period limited as above will result as provided
In' the Plan and Agreement of HeorganUatlon In
Mia exclusion of the holder of such certificates of
deposit so defaulting from the benefits ot the Plan
and the forfeiture of the stock represented tnereuy
nnd all previous payments mode Id respect
A considerable amount ot stock having been al
ready deposited under the Plan, the Comm It lee de
sires to give to the holders of tindeposlted stoek a
further opportunity to participate In tho benefits
thereof. Accordingly holders of preferred aad
reamen stock of United States Motor Com
pany and of Columbia Motor Car Company may
become parties to the Plan and Agreement of Re
brganliatlon by depositing their stock certificates.
endorsed In blank for transfer and bearing all
stamps required by the laws of the State of New
York, on or before the close of business on DE-
CKMBERa, 1913, and at the same time making
payment in New York funds on account of the
amounts payable in respect of said stock, aa pro
vided In the Plan and Agreement of Peorgantia
tlon, tai 12.42 for each ahare of stock of the par
value of 1100 deposited representing the first In
stallment of 10 payable In respect to said shares
on or before November 0, 1912, with Interest there
on, and tb) thc further sum of 12.40 for each
hare of stock of the par value of $100 deposited,
representing the second Installment of 10 pay
able In respect to said shares on or before DE
CKlinF.R 9. 1913.
All deposits of debentures, notes, claims and
shares of stock must be made with, and all pay
ments In respect of certificates of deposit and
shares ot Hock must be made to, CENTRAL
TRUST COMPANY OF NEW YORK, the Deposl-
tary under the Plan and A grrement of HeorganUa
tlon. at Ita office, 84 Wall Street, New York City.
Proofs of claims, assignments and powers of at
torney must accompany the deposit of all deben
tures, notes and claims. The secretary of the Com
mittee upon" application therefor will furnish
copies of the Plan and Agreement of Reorgani
zation and forms for proof ot claims, assignments
and powers ot attorney.
,t DEPOS ITS OK DEBENT lRES, NOTES.
CLAIMS OR SHAKES OK STOCK WaXtVBE
ACCEPTED AFTER TIUS CLOSE OF BUSI
NESS ON DECEMBER 9. 1913, EXCEPT
W1TU THE CONSENT OF THE COMMIT-
TEEANDUFONSUCUTKRMSAS IT SHALL
Dated New York. November 15. 1012.
GEORGE W. DAVISON, Chairman)
CHARLES H. SAB IN'.
BENJAMIN STRONG, JR.,
JAMES C. BRADY,
EUGENE METER, JR.,
EL IS HA S. WILLIAMS.
JOLINE.'LAnKIN & RATH BONE.
A. S. CAMPBELL, Secretary,
T4 Wall Street. New York City.
WALTER A. WOOD MOWINO REAPING
First Refnndlng Mortgage Gold Bands.
Notice Is hereby given pursuant to the terms
ot the mortgage of said Company, dated June
1st, 1005. to The Security Trust Company of Troy
aa Trustee.' that the following bonds have this day
been drawn for redemption, viz.: Noa. 13. 40, 238,
252, 275. 290. 305. 343. 370. 413. 410, 431, 404, 544.
555. 566. 624. 613, 617, 682. 689, 728, 784. 842.
1501. 1502. The Interest on the same will cease
December 1st, 1912, and the principal ot the
bonds will be paid on and after that date at The
Security Trust Company of Troy, Troy, N. Y. .
THE SECURITY TRUST COMPANY OF TROY.
By FRANK E. NORTON. Secretary.
Troy. N. V.. November 6lh. 1012.
DIVIDENDS AND INTP.BBST.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY
DIVIDEND NO. 25
A QUARTERLY DIVIDEND of One Dollar and
Fifty Cents ((1.60) per share on the Capital Stock
of this Company has been declared payable at
the Treasurer's Office. No. 185 Broadway, New
York, N. Y., on Jamiiry 2, 1913. to stockholders
of record at 3 o'clock P. M. on Monday, December
3, 1012. The stock transfer books will not be
closed for the payment of this dividend. Checks
will be mailed to stockholders who have filed per
manent dividend orders.
A. KY VAN DEVENTER. Treasurer.
New York, November 14, 1012.
THE AMERICAN Sl'GAR REFINING CO,
Novemher 13. 1011
The following dividends from the accumulated.
pro Ota of the Company have been declared pay-
toif .nnunrr i jma. in tuv aiucAjiumcrsoi rccora
on December 2, 1912, namely:
Oa the Preferred Stock a quarterly dividend of
IH per cent.
On the Common Stock a dividend of 1M per cent.
mo irausicr uuukb win noi uo cioseu.
JOSEPH E. FREEMAN.
THE rtCCKETE FIPI1 LINE COMPANT,
26 Broadway. New York. October 18. 1013.
A dividend of Five Dollars per share haa been
declared on tho Capital Stoek of this Company,
payable December lSlhl 1012. to stockholders of
record at tho closo of business November 2&th.
1012. All communications regarding payment or
ennng oi anaress snouia oe seni -ID Mr, J. K.
Fast. Asst. Secretary, not later than December
GEOROE CHESEBRO". Secretary.
PEOPLES GAS LIGHT CO ICE COMPANT
Notice Is hereby riven that a dividend of one
and three-quarters per cent.' (UlTo) has been
declared on the capital stock of this Company,
payable November 23th, 1012. to the stockholders
or record at the close ot business on November
L. A. YflLBY. Secretary.
GENERAL CHEM ICAL COM PANT. .
25 llroad Street, New York. October 18, 1912.
A dividend of one snri nne-hnlf ,r r,ni ill4tl
has been declarrd on the ronunon stock of this
Company, payablo December' 2, 1912, to stock
holders of record at close of business November
.1, jm.-. j,mr..i i uui(ua:v, Treasurer.
THE ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY.
No. 71 Broadway. New York. November 14. 1912.
The Transfer Hooks of Ibis Company will be
closed from 3 o'clock P. M., November 18th, to
hid wiudiiiiK "i I'ti nnurr 4mi, ivi.
WALTER 11. ALBERT. Treasurer,
ELECTIONS AND MEETINGS
. SOCIETY FOR
THE REFORMATION OF
9UVENII.1! DELINQUENTS IN THE CITY OF
NEW YORK: The 88lh annual meetlnr of the
Society and an election for seven managers will
be lici t November lHlh, 1913, In the office of
William J. Walter, 53 Broadway, New York City,
at 21)0 P.M.
EVERT JANSEN WENDELL. Secretary
Will Generous, bat Relate Lean. (
' Morcua Bchwarz, formerly connected
with tho cigar manufacturing firm of E. M.
Kchwarz A Co., who riled In Far Itockaway
July i), provided in hi will that his five
duuglitpra were to receive 1145,000, but an
apprainnl places the value at M.WO.swlth
an liulebtedneaa due him, from his firm of
( Receiver Appointee!.
Supreme Court By Justice NewtJurger EUxa
beth V. Irwin vt John Kiltde, Ahrahaia tfutt.
TO TUB HOLDERS OF TtlK
Buffalo and Lake Erie
Firit & Refunding Mortgage Five
Per Cent. Thirty Year Gold Bonds.
The undersigned have agreed to act as a Com.
mlttee for the protection of the Interests of tre
holders of the above-named bonds. RnndhoMtn
are Invited promptly to deposit their bonds win,
the Committee's Depositary. THE KQUITADU
TRUST COMPANY OF NEW YORK. No. S7 W
Street, New York City, or with the Sub-Ilepml-tary,
the GIRARD TRUST COMPANY OF PHIL
ADELPHIA, Pennsylvania: transferable certir..
cttea of deposit will be Issued therefor.
The deposit agreement provides that lbs hold
era of certificates of deposit who may be dlsui.
Isfied with any plan submitted by the Committer
upon payment of a proportionate part of the ti.
penset of the Committee (but not exceeding s
sum equal to one-half of one per cent, of the pr
value of the bonds represented by such certlS
cates of deposit) and Interest moneys tdvaared.
but without compensation to the Committee for
lu services, may withdraw their deposited boadi
within three weeks from the commeaeement 0!
the publication of notice that such plan has been
adopted and lodged with the Depositary or Sob
Depositary. Arrangements hare been mad fer aa adrsoce
en or after NOVEMBER I1TH, 1912, to the deposi
tors of an amount equivalent to the, Interest due
November 1st, 1912.
Copies of the Committee's circular and of th
Deposit Agreement may be obtained at either si
the above-named Depositaries.
Dated New York, November lad, 1912.
ALVIN W. KRECH, Caalrmaa.
ARTHUR V. MORTON,
W. N. KLT.
GEORGE R. TELLER,
RODMAN E. GRISCOM,
SAMUEL ARUSTRONO, Secretary.
87 Wall Street, New York.
PHILBIN, BERKMAN. MENKEN o GRISCOM.
Counsel to the Committee.
71 Broadway, New York. Oct. 22nd, IIU.
In accordance with the terms of the Mortgage
of the EvansvlUe, Henderson & Nashville Division
of this Company, the following One hundred an4
ten (1101 bonds have this day been drawn for the
Sinking r una. viz.;
1631 a 1058
The Interest on tha same will cease Decemher
1st, 1012, and the principal of the bonds, plus ten
per cent, premium will be redeemed at this office
on and after lhat date.
I-;. U SU1T11EHS,
TO THE HOLDERS OF
ENTERBOROCGH RAPID TRANSIT CO,
4a Year Gold Mortgage Beads
DUE NOVEMBER 1. 1142.
Staking Fand Notice. '
Kotlee Is herebv siven. as Drovlded In Anlels
XI. ot the Indenture dated November I. 1197,
securing ine aoove oonas. inai aeaiea oners wvi
be received up to Twelve o'clock boon oa the
seventh day of January. 1013. by the undersigned
at Its office. No. 28 Nassau Street, New York, for
the sale to It. aa Trustee, at ine lowest mice st
which such bonds shall be offered, not exceedlag
105 and accrued Interest, of sufficient of the
above bonds to exhaust the sum of Three hundred
and seventy two thousand, three hundred aad
fourteen dollars and three cents (JT72.S14.03.
Offers should be sealed and endorsed "Offers
for sale or Interborough Rapid Transit Company
Series "A" 5s to Sinking Fund" and addressed to
the TRUST DEPARTMENT.
GUARANTY TRUST COMPANYOFNEW YO RK
By A. J. HEMPHILL. President.
New Ytrk. November 7, 1012.
INVESTORS READ .
Th Wall Street Journal
WEST KK.VTIJCKT COAL COMPANT
FIRST MORTGAGE FIVE PER CENTUM
THIRTY-YEAH GOLD BONDS.
Tha undersigned, as successor tnr merger ta
The Trust Company of America. Trustee under
ine mortgage oi ine neat neniucKy ioai com
pany, dated July 1, 1805. Invites proposals for the
tale to It, under the provisions of saM mortgage,
ot aa many bonds secured thereby aa will unauti
the surti of NINETEEN THOUSAND FOUR
HUNDRED AND TWENTY-TWO 34-100 (119.
422.34) Dollars, at a price not, to exceed 105 and
accrued Interest: bonds to be presented for pay
ment on January 2. 1913. Sealed proposals will
be opened at the office of the undersigned. 17
Wall Street. New York City, at Twelve o'clock
noon, December 3, 1012, and should be endorsed
"Proposals for the Sinking Fund of the West
Kentucky Coal Company."
'The right Is reserved) to reject any tnd all
THE EQUITABLE TRUST COMPANY Or NEW
By LYMAN RHOADES. Vice-President.
Dated New York. N. Y.. November It; 1012.
WEST POINT. N. Y.. November 14. 1012 -Sealed
proposals. In triplicate, subject to the
usual conditions, will be received here until 1
o'clock P. M December 4, 1012. tor constructing
an oil house and wagon shed at this post. In
formation furnished on application to Quarter
SUPREME COURT NEW YORK COUNTY.
IN THE MATTER OF THE ASSIGNMENT
of JOSEPIt HOCHHEISER to MAX LEVY for
the benefit of creditors.
THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE Or NEW
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED TN TBJB
ESTATE OF JOSEPH HOCHHEISER ASSIGNED
TO MAX LEVY FOR THE BENEFIT OF CRED
ITORS. SEND GREETING:
You and each of you are hereby cited tnd re
quired personally to -appear aid be at Special
Term, Part 1. of the Supreme Court of the Stats
of New York. County of New York, to be held
at tba County Court House, tn the Borough of
Manhattan, city of New York, on the 16th day of
December. 1812, at 1030 o'clock tn the forenoon
thereof, or as soon thereafter aa counsel can be
heard, then and there to show cause why a final
settlement of the acoounta of. MAX IJ2VY, sv
algnee of the above named JOSEPH HOCH
HEISER, Insolvent debtor, should not be haa:
End If no cause be shown then to attend a final
sttlement of the assignee's acoounta.
In testimony whereof I ban hereunto caused
the seal of the said Supreme Court of .tha State
of New York. County of New York, to be here
WITNESS Hen. John Foad. Justice ef tald
Court, this 16th day ot October, ion.
ISeal.i WM. F. SCHNEIDER.
LEOPOLD FREIMAN. Attorney for Assignee.
OOoe and Post Office Address, 80S Broadway;
Manhattan Borough. New York Cltyj
NEW YORK SUPREME COURT. NEW YORK
COUNTY. ALFRED H. TAYLOR, Plaintiff,
against FANNIE A. TAYLOR. Defendaat. Sum
mons. Action for absolute divorce. Trial deslrsd
in New York City. To THE ABOVE NAMED
DEFENDANT. You are hereby summoned to
answer the complaint In this action and to serve
a copy of your answer on the plalntlfi'a attornry
within twenty daya after the service of this sum
mons, exclusive ot the day of service, In case of
your failure to appear or answer, ludgmeat will
be taken against you for the relief demanded In
the complaint. Dated. October 17. 1012. I ARIAS
ELTON ROGERS, Attorney for Plaintiff. Ofllco
and P. O. Address. 38 Park Row, Borough of
Manhattan. New York City. ,
To the above named defendant: The foregoing
tummona la served upon you by publication.
uirsiiant to an order of Mr. Justice Samuel tireen
aum, dated tho 2ih day of October. 112. and
filed wlth the ramplalnt In this action. In the nfflce
of the Clerk of the County of Now York, on the
29th day of October. 1012. Dated. New York.
November 7th. 1012. LORLY8 ELTON ROGERS.
Attorney for Plaintiff, 38 Park Row, Borough of
Manhattan. New York City.
ACRLF.Y. J. EDWARD. In pursuance ef as
of the County ef New York, notice Is hereby given
I a -II la,i,l.a aU . T leniVltl I
IO mi I Iltfil BUIItl ! 1I1K JUH 4JKlUMe tf nsv
ACE LEY, late of the village of Sharon. Con
necticut, deceased, to present the same wiui
vouoners tnereoi to ine sunscnoer ai ner pia
transacting ousiness at ine omoe ot i nom
Rowlttte, No. 33 Nassau Street. In the. City o
ssa a nun iiu, 11 taspou t-J ' wi au w w
New York, on or before the 2th day of Norsm-
Dated, New York, the 30th day ef May. till.
MARION F. ACKLEY, Ancillary Administratrix.
THOMAS M. ROWLETTE,
Attorney for Ancillary Administratrix.
35 Nassau St.. New York City. ,
SCHUMACHER, FREDER!C.-In purruaaee of
tn order of Hon. Robert Ludlow Fowler, a our-
orate of the County of New York, notice l
ereby riven ta all persons havtag dalraa against
Frederic Schumacher, lata of Kplas-Rhua. Praace.
deceased, to present the same, with voucher!
thereof, to the subscriber, at his ptaea oltrans
actlor business, at the offloe of Henry . OayWv.
No, 41 Wall Street, In the City of New Ttrk. ot
or befon ttvilst day ot April next. '
Dated, ntw nor, nepumner irto uo.
RENRT B. aATUSY.-Atttraar tarBaao
a Watt Street, Bortuga at VUahattaat
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