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THE SUN, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1912.
Scramble of Shorts in Nonr Posi
tions Followed by Mod
HEAVY GINNING EXPECTED
Ce.nsns Report, It Is Thought,
Will Show About, 10,
TVHATIIEH rORECAPT FOR COTTON STATES.
Tor North Carolina, fair to-day and to
morrow; rnlder to-morrow In wnlrrn and
esntral portions. light to moderate eouth
west to west wind"
for Houth Carolina, fair to-day and to
morrow. Hunt to medrrnte uUifit wind.
!"nr Oee.rei,i, generally f.ttr to-day and
tn-mnrrnw (older to-morrow In northwest
portion. Ilrhi to nindrr.it' virlsbl wind"
I'or Alabama Bid Mississippi, Generally
air to-day and to-mnrron . tnmfuhnt colder
to-morrow, Unlit tn modi-rile easterly winds,
for Louisiana. nenrnlly fair to-day and
to. morrow. colder to-morrow. light to mod
erate variable winds, becoming northwest by
Tor eastern Trx, fair to-day. colder In
north"t portion, f.ilr and colder to-morrow,
nindrrrre southeast and south winds,
shifting to nnr:hcrly hy to-morrow
Kor wettern Tetas, f.ilr toduy, fxc.pt
rain this iifiernoon or to-night Iti extreme
western portion, colder In north. rn and
western portion f.ilr anil colder to-morrow
In southern portion
Kor Oklahoma, fair and colder to-day, fair
for Arkansas, fair to-day. colder to-nleht,
fair and colder to-morrow
Kor Tennessee and Kentucky, fair to-day;
.'lr and colder to-morrow
Consiueral.'.j "er-'ousnessnnd irregularity
characterized tho a-tlon of the rottnn
market yesterday Although Liverpool
was somewhat disappointing, there win
ho much covering hr near month short'
on the opening of the local market that I
pries ni"hed up rather sharply on the
rail Liquidation soon forced a setback,
after which thoro was (treat ileal of hack
ing ami filling, with tho close at a email
net loss for the day anil with the undertone
This morning at the openlnc the Census
Hiire.ni will Issue its report on the amount
of rotton sinned to November 14. 1 his
has been variously established at I0.l5o.oiv
to a little over lo.noo.uon compared with
ll,31.1,l"i last year It Is expected that tho
report will show more cotton ginned from i
November ' t- No ember M than was,
sinned last tenr, but the bulls explain this j
on the ground that the weather h:i been i
lietler dnrlns the period this tear than
last jear and It .n thus powlbln to pros.
acute picking and ginning more rapidlv. j
Moreover so many reports of approaching '
exhaustion ate holm.- receiied from nil
portions of the belt from Arkansas east- ,
ward that the renort showing the nmount '
of cotton clnned to December 1 Is expected
to prove vcr bullish Con-.eoiientlv anv
figures Issued this mornlne are not likely
to affect the market seriously either wnv
The action of thn retsioii enmmlttee
if the New ork Cotton Kxclnnce In its
adjustment of itrnde dlfferenees also cam"
In for consideration, but as the mmnilttee i
did not inoet until after the close of Hip '
roar!:"! a for ist of tho probable action .
of the 'otniiilttcc toiild be nothing more
J Various fit ins are receiving denials of
claims of extensive speculation In spots j
hy couu'rv on-rcl -int K r.ithr striking!
letter fmni n 1 imoorfntit S.-ivnmnh -pot I
firm state I tin' th" best proof th.T there
was no bull -p-( ul.ition In spot bv cotin-1
try merchants u found i-i the fact that i
Interior s!nr-i"" wire buying cotton at'
the ports .mil piling more ihn exporter
eoul.l Krt pi ' m.pe nnd tha export! r-' i
bids were lining turned down by t lie in-J
terlnr, as coin trv shipper could get more !
bv elhnc to s iiiiliern nr.'' IVisteni mills. I
rullli-cs clo'ed sle-ldv villi pri'i's t to I
points lower I' mated sale- 3no,rjo bales
Prices as follo'Ts
ner.-brr 1 1 " is
Jeriim C 1 1 r.' I '
Marh -' n :J X! 1: r
Vltv l.' a.' t; U r 17
Tuturo hi NVw Orleani were as fcl
lovsl was reached, And thers was ths
decline In most European markets owing,
It appears, to the heavy offcrlncs of Ar
Bcntlno and Husslnti wheat across the
wuter, the favorable weather In Argentina
and larce receipts n the Northwest both
In this cnuntty nnd In Canada, even If they
were not so larce as tecently. Liverpool
droppiil ,d Tliat was, eupposed to reilect
nut only the Increased offerltiRs of Argen
tine and llussian whcit, AU'., but also a
more hopeful feellntf In recard to the situ
ation In southeastern llurope or, in other
words, the belief that thorn are not itolnir
to be any serious entanglements, still less
a eener.il lltiropean war crowlnir out of
the readjustment of the map In that quarter
of urupe. Antwerp declined 1,'io., Hilda
pest Jie. and May and .lune In Paris lie
There was a holiday In Ilerlin. The senti
ment anions many hero continued bearish,
The world's stocks are growine. They
are not much below the total of a year atro.
The case was very different some months
back. Then the world's stock was much
smaller than on the corresponding date In
1911. Iletiellclal rains have fallen In Aus
tralia. Hut wheat has some friend. The shorts
are numerous and get In each other's way.
Despite the repot t of favorable weather
in Argentina it wat remarked that Buenos
Ayres prices did not decline, at least not
according to despatches received here dur
ing the trading hours. And Paris quota
tions showed a strength that made some
people slnre A rise occurred there of
.Vie on November and l'iu. for January
and I'ebruary delivery. Also the clear
ances were large ftom our seaboard. They
reached 7S!'.fns bushels. 'I hen there was
tome reduction in the rcelpts at the North
west, large though they were. This fact
tended to restrn t short selling to some ex
tent It was noticed, too, that tho North
western markets wro In the main steady.
The short interest, to return to that sub
Jee for a moment, Is so large that It aits
Just now as a nirt of brake on a decline
in prices, even though they did sag e
tcnlay at one time to a new low level.
A good deal of hard winter wheat has
been bought in this country for export.
It Is not e.s to get particulars, but It is
said that lully ioo.uoo bushels have been
taken by Kurope of late eicluslve of the
export business m l anadlnn wheat Winni
peg reported export sales yesterday nnd
tils day before of l.ono.ouo bushels, 'I he
domestic cash demand, it is true, was light
everywhere and cash prices, except those
at Kansas City, did not make any too good
a showing. Hut No. 2 hard winter at Kan
sas City was l!j to 3 tents over December.
It is noted wlh interest that Just now South
western prices for hard winter wheat ureon
a competing busls with those of Canadian
spring wheat in the race for business with
Corn was Inclined to be firm in much
of the trading As an offset to large early
offerings of futures in the trading ring
there was a keen demand from commission
houses Interior dealers in some cases,
too, show a disinclination to sell at the
pre-ent level. It Is worth while to observe
that tho receipts of new corn thus far h'lve
been comparatively small There was
less pressure to sell futures, partly owing
to the fact that country ottering wore
said to be smaller as a result of the recent
decline in prices The country, according
to the reports of receivers, has sold little
corn I.-iter In the day selling fell off;
shorts showed some anxiety to cover
(iooil weather prevailed and It looked
I-ke a continuation of clear, cold condi
tions or Just what is wanted to prepare
the corn for market. Liverpool declined
'id and lluenos Ayres i.,d Hut as already :
intimated the light movement of new corn I
S'U. the shorts a hint to v. Inch they netet
by no means entirely indifferent. Prices I
ended higher I
u.its showed a good dal of firmness
I he stiength of spot oits and the pre
t'liums current for contract grades sened
its h good foundation It was noticed tool
that country oflerings were readily ab
sorbed In fact the consumption of o.ita
is on so liberal a acal" as to excite com
ment, cspncl.illy as there has been some
recent tl -crease, In th receipts Shorts
covered freely. December was bought by
Chicago shippers who were short, (.'ash
pro es were tlrni In all markets braced by
iecieaeil receipts I luc.igo received i:it
en - hut expect.s ouly iTO to-d.iy
Wheat on the "pot was Irregular. Clos.
tug prices f o li alloat lor export, rail basis.
No red to atrlve, SI ul'j. No. 1 Northern
srilni:, '.M'.c . No. ; hard winter, fli'.c .
No I Northern Manitoba. '.ij'.c. Sales were
U '.'Hi bushels for export. Corn was in eg
Liar No white, nominal Oats were
rum. standard. .iTr No. 3 w hite, nominal.
l(e - l.llliitcd .So r, tit-KSf. c. t f Iiufl.ilo,
November shipment, uir lots State l'ctin
i Ihiii.i, minima! c i f. New ) ork llar
lev Mailing, ss-Tm- el 1. llufialo to arrh e.
THE BOSTON MARKET.
Boston, Not. 30, Mayflower, Old Colon
snd North Hutle were the active and strong
Issues In thn market for copper shares to
day, he first two mentioned showing
unusual strength on fairly heavy dealings.
The entire list. with the exception of Oranby,
showed n firm tone on moderate trans
actions, nnd the close was around the best
prices of tho day, with gains predominating
throughout the active Issues,
Industrials were without special Interest
and followed the general trend of New York
prices, Halls were dull and featureless.
SS3 Amnli- Copper. .
M Am Inc.. .
3.10 liiitte A II.
Mil Unite ft Sup
:is Csl A Arizona...
is Cat ft llecla.
ini Copper llanre...
tn Cast mute. . .
iooil (ireene Cananra
S-1 Isle Itnynle
331 Kerr Lake
inn !. Salle..
4ii tnon Valley. .
,vi Mn Con. .
3:v, Mn flott er
230 Nevada Cons... .
S.VMI North Itutte
3on Old Colonv
ro Pirn! Creek
I.vi ltnv Cni.s
r.Vi Santa l'e
loo South Ctali
S? St Marv 's I and
Sup ft Huston . .
.'.Ml Cnlon Cop Land
Sim t' s Smelters..
14H 1' S Smellers pt.
4 Ctah Apex. .
r.tn t'tah Cons
f Atchlon pf lot'i I0P
5 Mosten Albany .;is
M lloton Kiev 173
10 Boston A Maine "7
to Mass i:iec pf stam 77
105 .V Y N II A It It rt 13tf
- vvesi i.niiMHKpr.. wi
.. 41 4
. . inu
.High- Low- Cloi-
rat. est, ln(,
S ft A
4M 34 4
41) 41 '-j 4I!4
A". S4 M
31 31 31
4'li 4 4
4 3' 4
4S 47', 4S
7lllj 7AJ 7BH
Mm &SA Alio
4A'4 4A 4A
A7! M fi7
13 1.1 13
10 VH H
4H 41) si.
5A 7311 73
91 P'J B'4
:th :t? :t'i
171, 171, 17V.'
t:4 wu ni'I
3S 31's 3.M4
H, 2l2 11 14
31 .lol, 81
r,;4 nij r,ii
ni, i,i fti
ti 1.V-4 in'i
nv ei n:
All is AH All t
371, 3fl .W,'
3 :i 3
to?, ini, ln'i
:7ij r7, :7it
M M M
"j', "hi "ht
141, 14', 14','
S:' 3:M 32'a
J1 31 3'i
4J 4 41
Il.MA 21, I'i
44 43'j 44
A A A
4T.I, 4' 43
f.Pj M 51
ni Wi 134
4', 41 4'a
7.1 71 73
ACCUSE FEDERAL SUGAR
OF "TIPPING" WEIGHERS
flovopiment Officials Sninp to
Itccover 911 9,080 Toll of
CIIAT1GE EVASION OF DUTY
Sprcckcls Retorts It "Wns
Tried to Compromise.
e. r-. On" ("lil.p
i: ..7 I? 20 12 'ft i; .12
i ' i: i; 20 i :n t; m
l" IT 12 ?n P 'II 12 41
U H r 41 12 M 12 tf
vii unchamed, nt
uplands N'evr 1 ork
lPCIner 2 "7
."an'iary r c
Mr-h 1 ' i'
Mav I .'.
Spot lotlcn lei
12 40 for iiilildlln.!
certificated sioi l.r,t. 72 hales, acalnst .t.s.m
last year Southern spot innrkPts upner
alv unehnnspd i nlvcsion, i:','. New Or
leans. I'.' 'l-i Siv.uinili, I2'i Houston,
r."i . Memphis, r.' luinsti, 12'.
Ileceipls mi l stin '.n nt I'MllltlL' inlnts,
with i onipari-ons. as follows
ItprrlMK 1IUI SlocVs,
21 .-117 13..-.U 4.11. 7
Nr-Orleans 22.nl! 11KI.1 241.137
Savennnli 1:111 I2i.il :', 2'i2
Houston 23 III nnsi 112112
Memphis . 4 .01 n :u.i 107 .117
Ausiist.i 4 on 4 ;m w.w:
24-1 f 17
I'ori lecelpts, 74.132 Ii.ilos. ni.'.iiust n'i,4ns
Ut vir I". "ports. IR.7IH l ot il for th
season. 3.:i2o.ir asriiust I,4t4,n7 last your
l-o-n-jted Ijist Iji.i
p-rints to-dsv Week Year
Oalveston 23 run to ?7 ovi n m 32.447
Mew Orleans l3.KOtnl4.rm I4.M7 12.411
Liverpool spot cotton was In hstter de
mnnd, 5 points lilzh-r, nt n S7d for Amrl
can middllnir on sales of 8,011 hales. Fu
tures opened about 2 points higher and
closeil 'J points don Prices as follows
Open- Illrh- I-ow- Clos- Pre.
in- ent. est Inir Close.
Jan.-reb. ..sm a bo a. 54 is a svi
March-April A 67l, A 53 A S3 A MVj A 5.1
Mar-June. . A 37 AM 5214. 0 51 A 53
Eleven A . M bids to Liverpool December,
11.12; January, 12 IS, .March, 12.26. Leadlni?
btlyers: Weld, Schlffor, fivvathmny, Hprlnas,
Mitchell, Cone, Soldenherir. Loading sellers :
Ilubbard, Parrott, Schlll. Mcl'.nany, Wll
aon, fJIfford, lIuMoens
Waco, Tov , wired "Texas crop will run
bout 4,40,000 bales. Klchty-flvn per cent.
sold. I armers will not hell balance at
decline, as there is plenty of inonev for
holding and everybody has i onfldenco In
tno marKet 1 loon lor cotton to sell at
14 cents within slxtv ilavs "
Liverpool cabled "Market declined In
eonseipience of free ofleriturs of actual,
Manchester and Continent pelilni! orders."
Houston, 'I'm , wired "Present receipts
ciontaln much smaller porcentai;e of low
frades than we had expected Wo are
lUidlnK good demand for io- t-rado cotton."
Montmimery, Ala , wired "Notlco mmn
lacKenim; in nemanu anil nasis somewhat
nasior, although Htlll vary liluh compared
with futuies." 1
.laokhon. Miss., wired- "This Kastern belt
crop Is practically a disaster. Air Hie
cotton between heto and Meridian has been
picked and uiiiued Fields look like .Janu
ary. Crop soIiik to bo much less than tho
trade Isoxpectinir "
The revision committee of tho Cotton
Exchange held yesteiday afternoon a
meetlntr which Is ordinarily considered
tha most important, of tho year, but made
no changes of a 114 vnnsoipieucn in the form
of tho contracts, The only chances In
fact were revisions of tho discount on strict
low middling United from Ri) to R.I nnd of
tho olHcount on low middling tlnired from
1st) to 200, Under the now system 'of ap
praising illfl'eienceh tho committee will
meet again in February.
THE GRAIN MARKETS.
Wheat Irrearolnr, Clnalns IliKber
Despite Large OrTrrlnKs of Ar
gentine nnd Hnaalnn Wheat In
LlTerpool Winnipeg Nella
1 ,000,000 Baahela for Rxport.
Wheat showed a small net advance at the
alMt, rat ewlrjila tbfl7 nsv low
Jr ii 1 s in ii
lbs , .is ',
o. i. f. New ork.
lll.-h- Low Clos Prev.
ct.1. est Inp. Close.
W, IC, u.i, iijv,
U7 1-rtl, l"i'i 117
Nov. '.0 Prices were as fol-
Open lllh- Low Clos
Wheat I IE. est. est. Inif .
peccnibcr M', A'. W, AV
VUl !i' '."i"-.. Kl's Ill's
Jul. .IPs silt M,l, A71,
lleil-mhr 47', 47'. 47!, 471,
M.v. 47 47i 47 4-v,
Jul! 41 IA'. 4 4A',
I la is
lln ember 31', 31 '-j 31 SP ,
tav 32' 32' -j 32 32i,
July .)'.' 3J'-j IC l, 32i
Kan. city nee . 77
St. Louis. Dec
St. Ixiula. Ilec
Corn: Kan. City Ilee.
fit. Louis.. Dec
. 711 ,
was aa follows:
Chlraco. . .
v In n I pec
Corn. Oata. Itye. Parley.
31,110 145.UXI 8, en 10 im.noo
The grain movement
New York: wheat,
receipts. .. 294.0K1
Iteceill.a 113 OftO 322 000 A28 001 27,000 139.0(10
i;xporls Murno W)fti eoo.oou 20,0011 is.uoo
The Northwestern wheat rccelpta were
aa followa :
Among tho buyers of wheat were Logan
ti Bryan, Klnley Harroll A Co., Clement
Curtis, Warn A- Iceland, Lowltz. nnd Armour
drain Company. The scllors were Harris
Wlnthrop A- (,'o I.amson, Kldston, llakor
nnd Wngner. Corn was purchased by iJim
son nnd (icarhart. .lack Allen, Hunch,
Armour drain Company, fllfford and K.
Nichols bought oats.
Flour was dull and easier. Spring clears
4,40ia$4.fiOi patents, H.5flMS4,0.'; Kansas
straights, I4.15HH.30. Itye Hour, J3.85W.
Minneapolis, Hpeelal. Tho S'orllnemlern
Millrr'n report of Hour output with com
parisons follows: ,
Ijist Prev. last
U'eek. Week. Year.
Minneapolis 451,41.'. 457,013 313.2ns
Duluth 311.10 33.IWI 22.5711
Milwaukee IS.hii 11,70) 20,7kj
2"! Am Arr ("hem.. 57
13 Am Airr Chrm pf..iri
10'S Am Pueu Sve pf.. 23
las Am Suc.ir pf.. 120
212 Am T AT. 1421;
2PV Am H'oolen pf so
so CnmherlAndl'pf tr7'
ls i;asi uosTon iina. 1.1
45 ;s Hy ft i:iec pf..
14S on F.lec
30 Mass rias.
in Mas, (jus pf..
10 MoLlw-ilne pf.
31 N K Tel .
70 Swifts. . .
102 Torrlnctnn. .
32 I 'lilted Fruit
741 rnl .Shoe Mch
221 Cut Shoe Mch pf
r. m lumber
1SH C HMeel .
35 I 'SI Steel pf
tvmo Am TAT 4s. A3'
20(11 C II ft Jt is... Wl
CJ4S V 3s 1015 HO
HUM West T A T 5s.. !'
Ct'HIl STOCKS. CI.OSI.VU PRICKS.
Bay Slate Has 27 2.
Iioheoiln 2, .1
llosloii fly 1 p
Cactus A In
Caliveras 21, !?
Cnlef Cons ib lA 1 11 18
Cmu Arlona 45 50
Davis Dab 2'i 17. 18
1 rst .Nnlhin.M...
liollileld funs 27 IA
l.-i Hose Cons 2'
.MH rsiM'i upper s.l SS
Nen Ualllc ls 2
Onee 1 2 2i
otil" o,iper 114 1 0 1
Haven.. 21 22
Itliode Islnnd Coal
South take AV4
THE PHILADELPHIA MARKET.
PniLvriKLPHiA, Nov. 20. The market
for local stocks was without feature to-day
and was a continuation of the recent dull
sessions. Prices moved within a narrow
range and were without decided trend.
Ilonds were fairly active, but without
price changes of importance.
150 Alliance Ins
21 Am Cement
A Am llAllwavs.. ..
&w Am Hallways pf.
23 Cambria Strel
3"i lien Asphalt.
110 iien s.pmiit pr
IV l.eh N'av trust clfs 82'
R3 7.IA8.'i.lA3 7-l8S..7.i
10 h'ev stone Tel
li I'enn S ill Mfc
5 I'enit Steel pf
:t Philadelphia pf
15A7 Phll.i I'.lee
20 I'hlla It T stock
2 Phin ItTctfs..
fsTO HPMlIn K
2A1U Tnnopjh llelmnnt 81, s is-ia
ronopan Mining, a.. ai
IA T'nlon Traeilon 3P4 As:
as CnliedCoof NJ 238 2.18
20O7 I'nlied (ias Imp Wi l
3373 I S Steel 74S 741,-
5 Warwick I ft Steel tnij 0'5
10.-, Wash ft Va !!y pf 78 78
15 West Jer.eyASS. 32 52
3 Wesi .V Y ft Pa 13 15
33 York Hy 14 14
52:10 Am flas ft Klec6a. SAij M14
.lixi City 4s HMO iniii I01U
lir Koullahle Ilium 5s05 iftA
l'i KeystoneTel 1st 5a 87 87
lorn l.eh Yal ten con 4s SA14 BA!4
llftm Phfla Klec 4s 8I' 82
4i) llih Svc Corp 6a P2, (i2M
3-sTiO Headlnir een 4.. BA1, 9AI4
rr.) ScliujiUlilHI".S4a.ion too
'.-on Ilaldwln I .or Iat5al02li 102)j
THE CHICAGO MARKET.
Inr. 1 4it;
Three oolnla 610,115 i.A5 35A.175
"In Hpltn of tho 4 cent decllno In wheat
Increased sales of Hour were madn by North
western mills last week. It Is truo that
somo oxisirlonced no Improvement, willing
perhaps only half of their output, 'I ho In
creased buying, where It was a condition,
was apparently Induced by the low point
wheat attained. There is loss of a rush of
directions on old orders, Mime mills report
ing a material falling off fiom October.
However, as a rule, they havo ample to run
on. Forelgu tmlos' for week vicru lucou-JtoqiMnt.':
Cnicaoo, Nov. 20. The market continues
to show an Indifferent trend, with trading
of small proportions. Considering the
lack of Interest prices hold well. Sears
Roebuck reflects good absorbing power
In view of the present range of values.
ICdison also acts strong nnd while Illinois
Ilrick was under pressure the tone waa
firm, Pneumatic Tool, National lluscult
and Diamond Match were easier.
201 American Can
1V1 American Csn
40 Am Tel ft Tel .142U
117 Chi PneuTool.. . , 531,
5() Cut Hys series 2. 2.1'
25 Chi ItvsferlesS. . A1,
50 Cnl Hi (.erica 4. 3
140 Cnmwltli Cdlson. 143
22 Diamond Match.., 10714
225 Illinois Itrlek... A014
.V) Inter Hart-enter,.. 120
tno Nat lllscult I.124
185 Peoples (las 1IA
60 Humeri- aA'4"
525 Sears Hoehiirk.. 217
133 Sears-ltoeb'U pf...l24'
2iio Swift 4 Co.. . . lOAlj
60 studehaker 43
xn II S Steel 7414
25 Union Carbide, ,2loJ
I Win CM Its- 6s !!
irom Chi City Hy 6s top,,
5 Comulth IM5S....102
lixm Chi Telephone 5s.. 101
I20111) I) Match deb As,.. Kill
Hum Ogden Out 5s ... , DAVj
Charges that gratuities which amounted
to bribes wero paid by the Ferloral Sugar
lie fining Company, or whloh Claus A.
Spreokels ia president, to Government
weighers were made yesterday by the
Government attorney In connection with
a suit brought by tho Government to
recover $1 19,080.08 in duties. Tho Govern
ment Hays that cargoes of sugar reooived
at the sugar oompany'B Yonliers plant
liotween 1002 and 1000 woro underwelghed
so frequently that $119,090 In dutlos is
still owing. The summons nnd com
plaint woro filed yesterday In tho United
States District Court and this papora wore
served upon Mr. Sprt-cUels nt his offloa.
Mr. Spreckcln says his company doesn't
owe tho Government one cent, that there
was no bribing of Government ivoinbors
or other officials on duty at his docks and
that he will light the suit to 11 finish.
Ho explained tho alleged brilios were
the "I10UH0 money," which he naid every
concern dealing with customs officers
usisl to lie forced to pay nnd added that
bis company was the first to inform Col
lector Iioeb of tho practice.
V. Cleveland Rtiryon, special assistant
to the Attorney-General, who has chargo
of the case, gave out this statement:
"Tho present claim against the Federal
oompany is the only sugar duties claim
at this port that has not been settled.
The American, Arbucklo's and the Na
tional havo all settled. In viow of the
facta found by Collictor Loeb and the
Department of Justice and tho Federal
company's refusal to pay, a suit became
inevitable. It appears that from the
opening of tho rollnory at Yonkora in
1002 down to a time in tho year 1009, several
months after Mr. Ioeb became collector,
thn weights uakI by the oompany as a
basis for the purchase prico woro uni
formly and continuously higher than the
weights of the Mine stigam returned by
the Unltecl States customs weighers."
Mr. Uunyon iiuotesl from the schedule
annexed to the complaint to show that of
about 42U cargoes included in the suit,
"288 showed a Ioas of SI 00 or more each"
and that of the 288 cargoes the Govern
ment lost Ix'tween $100 and $200 on Ml;
from $2011 up to $300 on 60; from $300 up to
$400 on 30; from $400 up to $5oo on 10;
Irom $JO0 up to $600 on 13; from $800 up to
$7m on 10; from $700 up to $sno on 4; from
) up to $000 on 3; from $900 up to $1,000
on 4, nnd more than $1,000 on IG.
Mr S(xckeU denied emphatically that
tho dlffereneo in weight always had lieen
against the Government.
"So far as w are concerned," he said,
"I wish to say just this, that we have
done no wrong. Ve are an honest con
cern and not in the same catalogue with
concerns that used spring scales.
"When this matter came up and thn
Government said that we owed $119,000
in duties. I declined to pay asingledolUr.
Some months afterward Mr. Ilunyon
made a proposition to settle at $118,000,
or approximately that sum. I again de
clared that I wouldn't pair a dollar. Fi
nally they came down to $100,000.
"Then just about a year ago they made
the proiosltio!i to settle for $90,000 and
last month they came nnd said:
"Well, what will you pay, or will you
"I replied, 'You have had my answer
for years. There's no compromise be
tween right and wrong. We either owe
you the entire sum you claim or we don't
owe you anything. I say we don't owe
.lust at this ivoint a Wall street report
was brought in which said that Mr. iiun
yon had declined to sav whether "a crim
inal action" would follow the civil suit.
Mr. Spreekols remarkel:
"Any talk of criminnl proceedings nt
this ti'me can lie nothing but an attempt
to force us to jvay a claim that we deny
the justice of."
Mr Spreekols brought his fist down
with a bang as he added:
"We'll light this thing right to the
Mr. liunyon had said the payments
to Government weighers by the sugar
company amounted to aliout $5 or $10
a ship to each of tho "regular squad
employed nt the Yonkers docks.
When Mr. Spreckels was asked about
tho "tips" ho suid:
"There is no denial of the fact that up
to tho beginning of Collector hoeb's ad
ministration it was, to use Mr. Runyon's
expression, 'uniformly and continuously'
the practice to pay tips to every Gov
ernment employee who was in a position
to hinder the performance of his own
Mr, Spreckels declared that the "tips'
wore in no sense bribes, hut just such a
fee as a man gives his waiter in a restau
rant to insure good service. He con
tinued: "We paid approximately $25,000,000
In duties in the period mentioned by the
Government. They claim we owe $119,
000. The difference in weight which they
claim was brought about by our house
money amounts then to approximately
four ounces in 100 pounds."
All this, he said, went to prove his as
sertion that .the underweights were only
At a meeting of the hosrd of directors
of Iho American Surety Company Wlllum
Hklnnr, vice. president of tho Now York,
New Haven and Hartford llailroad Com
pany, wns elected a trustee.
Ilertron (Iriscom Co. have effected thn
sale of a large block of common stock in
the American CltieH Company to foreign
iiunuers nt hi i a snare,
A special meeting of the stockholders
of the MiiiiHon Hleamshln Comnaiiv bus
been called for December 4 lo vote on
liu-reasinir tno preferred stock from JVOO.ooo
to m, ooo.o-io,
'I ho Stock Exchange, has ndmitted lo
denliugs American Hrake Shoe and Foundry
rights, Atlantic Const Line Railroad rights
and Canadian Pacific Hallway rights.
At a meeting of the stockholders of the
Quaker Oats Company to-dsy the increase
In thn common stock from $3,500,000 to
$10,000,000 was ratified,
rMward K. Moberly was elected a director
f Uw VkMUr Xruat CoatMBy rmMtlUr,
VANDEELIFS NEW TEXAS POET.
Syndicate t Work Salphmr aaa Oil
a Braaoa River.
Frank A, Vnnderllp, president of the
National City Hank, attended the opening
vesti-rday ol the new port of Freeport In
Texas, at the mouth of the llrazos Hlver.
The development of this port is part of
a Hchemo of a Hyndicnto headed by S. M.
SweiiHon A Son ol New xork, In which
Mr, Vnnderllp and others of tho National
City Hunk are lnteresed.
The object is the development of sulphur
deposits and oil fields in 'lexas nnd Mexico.
'Iho (lovernment has built two Jetties and
is to dredge the llrazos Hlver 400 miles up.
DAILY TREASURY STATEMENT.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 20. The statement of
the receipts and expendlturea of the Treasury
yesterday, mismunin. lineal year.
Surplus 9fll,0IA Def. 1830,279 $9,884,8311
The receipts from customs yesterday were
M2i,wi3: rrom internal revenue, ordinary, 11, lot,
72U: corporation tax, 11,105, and miscellaneous
564,424. National bank notes received for redemp
The rash statement of the United States Treas
urer for November If shows:
Gold coin and bullion. $150,000,000
To redeem outstanding certificates,. .11,564,745,160
Gold coin 138,370.713
Gold cerllnrates 115.012.A35
Silver dollars l.r.'K.Ria
Silver certificates 7,Hu.,185
United Stales notes 4,77U,IA5
National hank notes 1,854.915
Certified checks on banki AD8,60f
NO CURTAILMENT IN STEEL.
Rat Rmpecleil Tariff ChangM Make
Reports from tho steel nnd Iron trade
Indicate that tho recent elections hnve
not, caused olthr the producers or tho
coniumers of these metals to curtail their
business, In commenting on the situation
the Iron Aa' tevlew to-day says: "Steel
trado conditions thus far show no change
which can bo considered tluo tn plans an
nounced for early legislation on duties,
though It Is known that the buying policy
of many manufacturers will be conserva
tive, In view of their opinions as to the
effect of tariff reductions.
"The Steel Corporation Is operating 0"i
per cent, of Its steel making capacity nnd
last week reached no per cent. Its book
ings are still running in excess of Its pro
duction nnd Its policy appears to be to
sell as far Into nett year 04 buyers' needs
require nt tho contract prices now ruling.
"llailroad requirements havo ugaln been
a large factor In the week's business. Car
orders have been estimated at 12,000 to
Ifi.ooo. In the Chicago district 30,090 tons
of cor material was closed by one soller,
nearly all for delivery In the second half
of inn. In eastern Pennsylvania Inquiries
are up for ro,ooo tons of rolled steel for the
second nnd third quarter delivery to a
railroad car works,
"It Is estimated that mors than 2,000,000
tons of rails are already boo'ted for 1013.
Tho United States Steel Products Com
pany has taken IS, 000 tonn for the Trans
Australian Hallway. Of the 60.000 tons
ordered for the Now Haven nnd controlled
lines about 2.,non tons each goes to Ueth
lehem and Pennsylvania steel companies
nnd l.'i.Oftii tons to tho Lackawanna com
The Iron Trad' fru'eui says: "Selling
of iron ore for 1013 delivery has started In
at a lively rate and fully ..(Kvi.ooo tons hive
liren booked. It Is expected that within
n very few dat-s a larsre percentage of the
ore offered for sale will be taken by con
sumers. It had been expected that 1911
prices would prevail, but on account of
the reduction in frf i'.'ht rates of Minnesota
ore carrying railroads since lull of ?) cents
a ton the tlrm which made the first ale
of the season Tue-day decided to shade
11)11 prices by 10 cents, making the schedule
Old l'atige bessemer H.40, Mesabl bcne
mer J4 1.1, Old Itauge non-besemer S3 CO,
Me,i hi iion-bes-setncr 3 10. The schedule
Is an advance ol CS cents on bessemer ores
comnared with nils and un advance 01 so
and r,'i cuits respectively on usual (moni
tions on Old llange ami jh-uui non-nesje-nicr."
citv or NKv' Yonic.
nOAUP Ol' ChTIMAHi AND
Public notice Is hereby given that al a meetlnr
of the Hoard of i:stlmaleAinl Apportionment, held
October 24,1912, the follow hie petition was received!
to tub iioAltn or hstjmati: and aim ok
TIONMKNT OK Till', CITV Ol' NIIW M)I!I- 4
The fnlon Hallway Company of Ncv1. ork I'll ,
a ttreel itrfArc railroad coi Deration dlllv orir.111 ,
Ui-d and eilMIng iiniier and tiy tlrlue of the l.aus "1
RAILROADS WANT $84,000,000.
Sew Haven and W. Y. Central An-
aoance Secarltr laaaea.
Two large issues of railroad securities
were announced yesterday an Issue of
$40,000,000 ono year S per cent, notes of the
New York, New Haven and Hartford llail
road nnd an authorization of $24,100,OCO i of the Sinte of Ne-.v-York, owning e.nd opeiall'nr a
equipment trust certificates of the New i street surface railroad In various streets, nvrnnr;
ork Central Lines.
The New Haven notes are being brought
f'it by J. 1. .Morgan A Co., nt Of tho
$4i,(khvkio there will be used for lefiindlng
purposes $.iu,0T)o,ooii, to take up obligations
ih.it are due in January. The remaining
$lo,oim,uuo will bo used to lake tip Issues
or the subsidiary companies maturing
"' also for Improvements.
. Iho $24,000,000 equipment trust has been
formud by hIi of the New York Central
I'lnes, which are (ho New York Central,
the Lake Shore, Michigan Central, Big Four,
Pittsburg and Lake Erie nnd the Toledo
and Ohio Central. The (luarnnty Trust is
trustee. The Issuo Is lo cover tho purchases
or the equipment of the system for licit
rtlo Grande Mar Electrify.
Directors of the Denver and Rio Grande
are considering the electrification of the
lines over Soldier Snmmlt nnd Tennessee
Pass and will probably go ahead with the
plan, according to a statement by Oeorge .1,
(lould. The cost of double (racking will
be about $:i.oou.ooo and the electrifying
$2,000,01), -rhc cot Wi he financed by the
Issue of additional adjustment income
bonds, pf which $J3,noo,ooo have been au
thorised and $10,000,000 already sold.
COURT CALENDARS THIS DAY.
LONDON LINES SEEK UNION.
Speyer A- Co, Explain Propeaed Baala
Speyer A Co, made the following state
ment yesterday regarding the London
"Tho cable report that the underground
Klectrlc Hallways Company of London had
obt.ilnd control of certain transportation
facilities of London wns premature and not
"Negotiations have been conducted for
soma time between th I'nderground com
pany nnd the representatives of the Central
London Ifallwnv. Citv nnd South London
and Metropolitan l'.lectrio Tramvvavs Com
pany which have result-it In an agreement
to ofter all the stockholders of the latter
companies an etchangn ol hcurities or a
guarantee of minimum' dividends, which
wilt be made piiblii ly to all the stockholders
and recommended by the respective boards.
11 tills oner should ne accepted (as Is
probablel by the Htockliolders of these com
nanies it would in eilect irive the Cnder-
ground l.lectric Hallways Company of Lon
don iiuftlcient Influence In the compinies
to enrrv out a policy of cooperation lor
handling the Immense traffic or London."
Justice Coff Itrmandi II I m to the
Tom ha In Default of (110,000 Ball.
Bruno Gothenburg, who Is under Indict
ment for second degreenrson, wasarralgned
yesterday before Justice ( loff , w ho remanded
him lo the Tombs In default of $10,000 ball.
Itothenburg was Indicted more than a year
go on the charge that he set fire to the
building of the New York Frame and Pic
ture Company at 140 l iillon street
List winter Itothenhiirg's ball was dis
charged. What is believed to be new evi
dence led to his re.irraignmeut .lames
VA Osborne will be appointed a special
deputy assistant district attorney to try
ttie case anil aiso mat againsi rnaries
T Horowit7. president of the tilcturn frame
company, now under tio.oou bail on a chargo
of filing false proofs of loss.
piiiti.MA.v, ninsciiiTi.n a wi:kthi:im.
A ivilllon in bankruptcy has been tiled against
Abraham IVrlmnn. i:ha lllrx-hfelil and liuls
Weriliclm. who enmrnn- the firm of Pcrlman.
lllrschfcld ft Werthelm. manufacturers of
women's belts and bam- at 2ns Lafajette street,
by Mvers ft Goldsmith lor Ihese creditors.
Hiiltirileld A Co, 5-14. Mmnel IMseman ft Co,
JI.2JH. and Cheney llui.. ,W) It allcrt-d
that they are Insolvent and made preferential
payment", J2.5UO. Judge Mayer appointed
Mllloii M Slttenfcll iccelver. with a bond of
ll.Vuil. and he may continue huslnef. for twenty
days M)crs ft Goldsmith wild that the
liabilities are j;a.mio and the a.seu JJO.Ouo.
The business was started In into.
Tin: Tim-; com: company or amkhica.
A petition in bankruptcy has ncen nied against
the Tire Core Company of America, selling
Agents for tires, rlnis, ftc.. at llroadway Anil
Kifty-nlnth street, by these cit-dltnrs: the
Wycltoff.AdvertlsInc Company of llutlalo, ll.SUi;
Noucht ft Williams, J252. and the Stiauss ft
Co.. Inc., 111. it was Alleged that the company
Is Insolvent and has made preferential pay
ments and tiansfers of property. The com
pany was Incorporated la April. 1012, with a
capital sioclc of Jl(.oi. and llussell V. Stuart
as president. Mr. Stuart hied a petition In
bankruptcy on December 11, 1911. and has not
vet received a discharge. 'I he liabilities uf the
company are aaI1 to he J&.noo and the assets
11 A 1
Deduct current liabilities ,,
Working balance In Treasury
In national banks
Oliver bullion, subsidiary silver and
AwalUag relmburatment ,
UK J. STRAUS, living at 11 Central Park
iv en, nas men a petition in Danvruptcy with
uabllltlesof 124 1,51 1 and numlnal'asseta cf J41 .00,
constating of money owing tn him bylwo realty
companies, J23.flao; and some shares of stock,
I18.CO) par value, in realty and copper mining
companies, of no actual value. He has thirteen
creditors, among whom are A. A. Ilousman
ft Co., stock brokers, J72.W; Judgment ob
tained oo December 17, 1803, on stock trans
actions; Unsei U, lllglander, 48 Maiden lane,
1102,53, money loaned In 1011 and 1812: Joseph
v. Illglandt-r, Jis.sin, money loaned; Louts
Straus, urn West llroadwny, 135,270, money
loaned, and the llenlty Trust, $5,750. Mr.
Straus has bein interested in a number of
companies an.l has been president of the Stand
ard Kotary Motor Company, treasurer of the
UencDrlal Itealty and Construction Company,
secretary of the Maplcton Itealty Company
and secretary of Hammrl Itlglauder ft Co.
0AIIUI1:!. C. I.ITTI.K, a sa lesman on commission
at 87 (irrene street, has Hint apetltlou In bank
ruptcy with liabilities Jii.n.7) ami assets, con
sisting of SI In hank and 2on shares of the s lock
of the Colllnge 4 Nolan Company of Pater son
N. J., of no value. Among Ihe creditors are
L. I'. Dominerlch ft Co., JJ3.S2.1, guaranty of
an account of the Umpire Klhbon Company,
which became bankrupt In Itos. and the estate
of Hubert Colllnge of Patcrson, 11,1)13, Judg
ment. AVAI.LONE ft OAnoiUI.O. A petition In bank
ruptcy has been nied ssalnst U-opold Avallone
and liennaro Cnrclulo. comnoslng the tlrm of
Avallone ft (iarclulo, grocers at 14S Weal
Houston aireci, uy incse crconors: rastcne
a v. ii. iao; wnno r. iriouno, ns, and I,,
(londolfo ft Co., J2H, The firm was formed on
July is. lino. Mr. Avallone had been lu business
since 1007. Judge Mater appointed Ma II.
lllng rcc-lver; bond, jao. The liabilities are
55,). and the asscis jt.onu.
Till CKNTUItV SAIXS COMPANY, Ino.. manu
facturer of toilet prcpnrallons at 41 Ijtfayette
street, has nied a petition In bankruptcy with
liabilities 5.13fl, and Assets J2,t2, consisting
of stock, J20O: mschlnes. J3W: Accounts, Jl.WlD;
cssh, J20. and books, 510. The company was
Incorporated in Decembers, looo, with a capital
Mock of J5.un). Harry Augustus Skinner Is
president and Is alvo a creditor for 1 .105.
Another creditor Is (ieorge J. Juhnston. 52,000.
WILLIAM T. KlKil.CU, dealer In hAnlware at
315 liowery, has Hied n petition In bankruptcy
with llAhllltles of 52,171, nnd assets of J1.700,
consisting uf slock, Jl.Mio; fixtures,. JlOO; Ac
counts, J75, and a wagon, J25. Judge Mayer
appointed Walter A, lllrsch receiver with
authority to conttmm hllKlnrss fur ten Havu
Tho business was started on January 1, 1875,
And the octltlnner has eirrled It on slnen tflm
Till: HKASI.IIV SHIPPING COMPANY. Judge
Mayer has appointed Thomas J. Johnson re
ceiver lor the lleasley. Shipping Company,
lighterage of 1 Ilroniluny'Miond, j5,ono, and he
Is to serve without compensation, The assets
are t-sllmatcil at lio.inil. consisting ( several
lighters and some outstanding accounts.
DAVID ItMlNIIAHZ. Schedules In bankruptcy
of Datld Kalahari, drygoods dealer, of ios4
Third avenue, show liabilities JS.saa, and
assets of 11.710 In stock. The schedules were
sworn to hy Mr. Ilelnhart la Montreal on
LOUIS HACIIMAN.-Schedules In the assign
nent of Loula Rachman, manufacturer of
trimmings at ISS Wooster street, show lis
bllllles of e,08i; nominal assets, 12.310: actual
ABUAHAU V. KRAUTIR. Schedules In the as
signment of Abraham V. Kramer, cloaks, at
11KI4 Third avenue, above liabilities of I1.844
amlnaj amis. UMi actual tiaaia. uotV
Ni'.w Yonr: county.
Supreme Court Appellate Division. Defore
Ingraiam, p. J.; McLaurnlln, Clirl.e, Scott And
DiLvllng, JJ. Court opens at 2 i'. M. .Not.. IM,
155, aiD, 2,Vt, OS, A), 17a, 2.1. 1U0, 201, 2(0, 20.1, 204,
205. 2U0, 2iM.
Supreme Court Appellate Term. Recess.
Supreme Court-Special Term. Part I. lie
foro McCali, J. Court opens at lo::) A. M. Liti
Part II. before Seabury. J. Court opens at
10:.lo A. M. Lx parte matters.
Supreme Court-Special Term. Part ML
Itef.irc Ocrard. J. Motions. Preferred causes
.os. 1502. lint. 1.107, liso. (ienrral calendar
Nos. .Tii, lsa. 1.150. ,173. 55.1. J9, 70S, All. 623,
642, SOI, 74(1, 510. 13.1. 221, 70-.I
1'art IV.-IVefore llendrlck, J.
Part V. before i'laliek, J.
Part VI. before lilscnolt. J.
Part VII. before New burger. J.
Causes to be sent from Part III. to Parts IV.,
V.. VI. and VII. for trial.
Trial Term Pari II. Before Raveran, J.
Siort causes Nos. 2403. 2512, 2M5, 2537, 2458,
1704. 2.VIU, 2S10.
Part 111. before Pord, J. Day calendar-No-..
M4. 1025. 1(118, 1202, 14o5, 1190, 1354.
Part IV. Before Plancuard, j. Day calendar
Nos. 1210. 1220. 5M, 1154, 370, 10C3, 1227, 4.150,
10.V). 1111, SA3.
Part V, before Davis, J. Day calendar Nos.
1147, Ml, 902, 1091, 1148. 1142, 573, CI, 4243, 275,
1US8. 1371, 1154.
Part VI. before Delany. J. Day calendar
Nos. Hi.i. 54, C3. 1334, loM, 1233, 1239. 1238, Lii.1.
Par I VIL Defore Durro. J. Nos. 459, 450,
658, 075, 629. 628. 2ASi, 1S0I-J, 893, 134, 505! j. W0,
Part VIII. Defore Ouy. J. Case on. No dav
Pari IS. Before Brady, J. Day calendar
Nos. 377, 510. 379. SAV). 317, 1339 1343, 636. 637.
Part A. Before Uiegertcii, J. Case on. No
Part .l. Adlourned for the term.
Part Ml.--before Cohalan, J. Nos. 597. 1325,
0$S, 1.112, 1.1.13, 13.14, 1.V15. 13.16. 444. I.VW.
Part Mil. Before Amend. J. Day calendar
Nos. 70.1. S77, 44.5. 42.1, 529. 780. 1253.
Part A I V. before Pendleton. J. Nos. 1179.
927. 1550, 292, 29.1, 254, 64, 54.1, 366, 10.16.
art At'. before (Ircenoaum, .1. Nos. ISM'
814, 4H'5, IU0, 1039, 1074. 1075. 378. 85C, 107U, 101,
Part XVI. Before Bljur. J. Day calendar
Nos. 51. 43S, 10UJ. 1(1J7. 597, 1091, 1042, 10S8. 1100,
1102. 774, 1116. 1264. 1P0. 461, 1101. 1089, 1220. 1227.
Part .Wll. Before De Angells. J. Case on.
No day calendar.
Part .Will. Before Krlanger. J. Day calendar
- Nos. 162. SSI, U36. 1117. 1142. 638, 1134, 1156. 5071),
WIS',. U70, 1200, 1204, 1207, 1212, 1219. 1164. 116.',
Surrogate's Court-Chambers Before Fowler,
S -Wills for probate Margaret Burke. Mary N.
MrKer, Kmellne B. Hainan, Simon I'.lrenmachi.
Oeorge llelf. Iloslna Schwan. tiustav If. Schwab,
Maulielm Colin. Claus Olhhaneo, James Moore.
Kimua Clark And Sarah Seadler, at 10:30 A. M.
Trial Term- Before Cohalan. S. Kstate cf
Douglas (iordon, Benjamin Iturtlg, at 10 JO A. M,
City Court. Mpeclal Term Part I. Before
Schm uck, J.- Court opensat 10 A. M. Motions.
1'art II.- Before Donnelly, J. Court opens at
10 A. M. Kx parte matters.
Tilal Term Part I. Before Oreen. .1. Nos.
12S2. 12.11, 12115. 721. 642 . 617. 12SO. 1282, 12M. 1286.
IJU.1, l.l. 1.110, 1311, 1.112, 1181, 1212, 1281. 461. 448J,
1279. 455. 1103. 509. 1302. 1301. 935. 824. 1217. 5S7.
Part II. Before McAvoy, J. snort causes
Nos. 4824. 4623. 4818, 472, 4894, 41)81, 4806, 4U08,
5003, 4685, 4919, 4SS5, 4923, 4829, 4769, 475.1, 4S05,
6009. 6O00. 501 1, 60t6, 6017. 6044 . 4823, 6000, 6002.
6021, K12.1. 477. 1965, 4066. 4167.
Pari III -Before ji Fetra, 1.
Part IV. - Before Lynch J.
IVirt V. -Defore Flnellte. J.
Part VI Before O'Dwyer. C. J.
Part VII.- Before Delahanty, J.
I'Art VIII, Before Smllh, J.
Causes to be sent from Part I. to ParU III.
IV., V., VI., VII and VIII for trial.
Supreme Court Appellate Division Second
Judicial Department. Before Jenks. P. J.;
Thomas. Carr, tv oodward, men. J.I. court opens
at 1 P M. Enumerated day calendar Nos. S03,
3.11, 504, 6sS, 691, 656. 666. AIM. 631. 700, 635, 672,
62. 415 . 725, 726. 600. 711. .967. 7S2. 734, 736. 740. 741.
Supreme Court- Special Term. Before Put
nam. J. Coutt opens at 10 A. il. Litigated
Supreme Court Special Term and Chambers.
Court opens at 10 A. M. Before ltitnam.J. Mo
tions ilefore BlacUmar, J. i:x parte matters.
Supreme Court Special Term Trials. Before
Kapper, J, Court opens at 10 A. M, ' Day calendar-
Nos. 2661. 2328. 2963. 2311. 2849. 2A58. 2802,
22S0. 166S, 2927. 2371.
tiernre niackmar. J. nos. sow, zrca-ai. nignesi
number reached on the regular call 2963.
Supreme Court Trial Term. Court opens at
10 A. M. Day calendar No. 6263-64. 660. 66S.1,
6687, 6700. 6702. 5706. 5715. 6727. 6730. 6739. 6741,
6746-47. 9562, 8414. 6X23, 68.10, 6119, 4836, 4819. 4909.
4732, 4660-70. 4482 . 4476, 2905. 1771. 1428. 1074 , 6468,
6748, 6755, 6763, 3761, 576S, 6771, 6771-76. 6777-78,
6791, 37S3. W84 , 5785, 6787, 6788. 6786, 6786, 6801,
The following causes If marked ready will be
passed for the riAy: no cause will be set down for
a day upon this call Nos. 6802, 6810, 6818, 6818,
6820-21. 5922. 5824. 6826-27, 6X28, 6830. 6831, 6837,
69.18 , 6841, 5846. 6847. 6848. 6848. 6860. 6856. 6859,
5859 , 5860, 6865. 5869. 6867, 6868, 6888. 4767-89,
5047-48. 5190, 70.10. 6870. 6871, 6874, 6878, 6878, 6881,
6X81, 6885-86. 6888. 6880-0!. 6881. 6884. 6885, 6886.
5MX, 5UC, 6001, 6009, 6811, 6812. 6018. 6917-18. 6839.
6842, 6843. Highest number reached on regular
Supreme Court Trial Term Part V. Before
Asplnall, J. Court opena at 10 A. M. Criminal
calendar. People vs James Caasldy and Frank
Itedmond, murd, icont).
Supreme Court Trial Term Part VIL Before
Crane, J. Court opena at 10 A. M, Criminal
calendar People va Isidore Cltckman and Philip
Kablnowlu, riot; People va Snendora Ducora,
aaslt, o o w; People va Charlea King. burg, ad lar,
rec; People va cnarlea Fluslmmooa and Thomas
Klttatmmons. gd lar, rec: People va Frank Schepla,
asslt: People vs John Dunn, e o w; People va
(ieneroi l.uderlco, aaslt, o o w; People va Wolf
Itosenberg, malic rolachf; people va Matteo
County court Criminal For Trial. Part I.
Before Dike, J. Court opena at 10 A. M. John L.
Itlcliter, mnalght; Morris Braun. rec: Thomas
O'Brien, gd lar; Sarah Thompson, alias Sarah
Johnson, att to sell cocaine: Harry Delynskl,
aaslt, cow: Leo Mlnlnaohn, perjury." Jacob
Part II. Before Paweetl, J. Joseph Amberc
Hyman Ollckman. eitort: WllUam OrNelU. burg,
pet lar ft rec; Joseph Cohen, gd lar. reo ft o o w,
Ernesto Peruril. asslt.
Part III. Before Tlernan, J. Arthur J Walker,
mtlng frgd Inst; Edward OliUaple, con, att rape,
asslt: Frederick liathlen, mnalght; George Brown,
sodomy. Oeorge Anderson, asslt.
County Court Part IV. Before Grant, J. Court
opens at 10 A. M. Civil calendar Nos. 1871,
1818, 1849, 1808, 1776, 1811, 1999, 1809, 1963. 1874,
1842. 11)12. IM!. The following causes It answered
ready will be passed for the day Nos. 1816, 1038,
Surrogate a Court Before Ketcham, S. Court
opens at 10 A. M, In the Hall of Records, second
floor. Calendar The wills of Lillian M lAne
and Frederick Mounter. The administration of
Isaac i-Arkin. Accountings in tne ratntes of
Jane Cahlll, Herman (Julck; L Mossman, Francis
Oesner, Richard Bolton, John C Koch. Gustav
.Miecnse. jacontna urair, Marina Kaderscnatt,
wsmar niopscii, jonn uuniner, i-.mma il rit&cn,
Ed Oorman, Mary Crulcksnank, Samuel Morris,
Thomas Slnnott. A. Adlnoln. Peier lintsnner.
John lit-ncti. 51arv Caulneld. Kenneth Nutherlsnri.
J N Smith, Wm I'abst, Sarah Wilson, Margaret
Purdy, Grace Thome nnd Susan Seaman. The
estates nt clarence rimer, Pauline nolo. Mary
Sctlall and Htinda Ten llroeck. Contealnd csl
endar Tne wills of Michael O'Farrcll and A K
Supreme Court Trial Term. Held In the
uucens county lourt House at Long island City.
Court opena and calendar called at 10 A. M. In
Part I. Before Vail Slclen. J. Nos. O10. 963.
, 971. 97.9, 074, U78, 4.16, 1305, Ml, 3D. Highest
number rrachrd is 801.
nutircme lourl sneclal Term roe Trlala. Held
i In tuu (Jiiecns County Court House at Imoz Island
v id . court opens ana caicnaar cauea la 1'art It.
at io a. M. Before Clark, J. Nos. 436, 50. 513.
614. 526, 411, 477. 522. 521, 493, 4M, 484. HlgllSCt
number reached Is 627,
County Court Criminal Term. Held In the
County Court House at Long Island City, Court
opens and calendar railed at lo A. M, Before
Humphries, J, Nos. 3437, 3649, 3867, 3694, 3707,
and hlglnvals in ihe Boroughs of Mnnhnlinn si d
The Bronx, hi the city of New York, heuh pe
tlllons lheCItt of New 1. ork fur a franchise lo con
struct, maintain and operate an extension of Pi
eilillng lallroad In Ihe Borough of The Brunt,
with a double trark, In, upon, along and over the
Julloivlug described roule:
Beginning at and connecting with the existing
tracks of the Company in Morris Avenue at ir
near Its Intersection Willi lOlat Street, th-nie
northerly upon and along Morris Atcnue lo Us v
Intersection with I67ih Street, there conneitlr-r
with the tracks of the Company heretofore laid
In said I67ih Street and tn cross such other sirt e .s
and avenues, named and unnamed, as may be en
countered In said roule.
It Is proposed to operate the said esteniln-i
by an overhead current of electricity similar to
that emploved by the Company on Ita existing
lines of railroad.
Dated, New York, October 14th, 1012.
UNION RAILWAY COMPANY OF NRW YORK .
s CITY, '
ny EDWARD A. MAHFIt.
(Corporate Seal.) Vice-President.
FREDERIC J. FULLER,
flute of New York. County of New Tnrk, n :
EDWARD A. MAIIEIl. bring duly sworn, de
poses and says, that he Is the Vice-President of
the UNION RAILWAY COMPANY OF NEW
YORK CITY, petitioner named In the forcrnlnt
petition, that he has read the foregoing petition
and knows the contents thereof, that the same
Is true of his own knowledge except as to the
matters therein stated to be alleged upon lofor
matlon and belief, end as to those manors ha
believes It to be true.
EDWARD A. llArlER.'
Sworn to before me this lull day of October,
1912. JAMES S. WILLIAMS, j
New York County 107
and the followlnr resolutions were thereupon
WHEREAS, the foregoing petition from the
Union Hallway Company of New ork City,
risted October 14. Ilil2.vvas presented to the Board
of Estimate and Apportionment at a meeting held
October 24. 1012.
RESOLVED, that In pursuance of law thla
Board sets Thursday, the Fifth day of December,
1012. at 10 30 o'clock In the forenoon and Room 1
tn the City Hall, borough of Manhattan, aa th
time nnd place hen anil where such petition shall
be tlrst considered, and n public hearing be had
thereon, at which citizens shall be entitled to ap
pear and be hcArd: mid be It further
RESOLVED, that the Secretary Is directed tr
eatise such petition and these resolutions to be nub
Ushed for at least fourteen (14) davs In two dally
newspapers In the City of Ne,w York, to be d-slf-
bated hy the Major, and for nt least ten (10) class
lu Ihe -City Record" Immediately prior to such
dale of public hearing. The expense of such pub
lication to he borne bv the petitioner.
The Sun and The New York Press designated.
JOSEPH IIAA0, Secretary.
New York, October 24. 1012.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
IN THE ESTATE OF DANIEL ALBERT STU
ART, late of Hot Springs, Arkansas, V. S. A.,
.NOTICE Is heieby given pursuant to 1 George V
Chapter 29. Section 55. (Ontario) that all creditors
and others having claims against the estate of Ins
above named Daniel Albert Stuart, who died on
November 13th. looo. nt New York City, are re
nulreil nn nr tiernre Ihe 16th day nf December.
I 1912. to send to the undersigned administrators
their names and Addresser, anil mil particulars in
writing of their claims, with statement of their ac
counts and the nnlarc of the securities (If any)
held by them.
AND FURTHER TAKE NOTICE that after
December 15th, 1812, Ihe administrators will dis
tribute the assets of the deceased among the per
sons entitled thereto, having recant only to the
rlalms of which notice has been given, and that
the administrators will r.ot be liable for'such as
sets, or any part thereof, to any crcdltoror other
person of whose claim notice has not been theu
Dated at Toronto. November first. 1912.
THE UNIONTIH'ST COMPANY. Limited.
Temple Building, Toronto,
By their Sollcllors.
MACMCHCHY ft DEN! SON,
SUPREME COURT-COUNTY OF NEW YORK:
FLORA AITLEIIAt'M. Plaintiff, against THIS
COI.DY CO., CHARLES (1. GOLDSTEIN.
CHARLES S. ADAMS nnd "SAMUEL" A. HAWL.
said name "Samuel" being fictitious, said defend
ant's true first name being unknown to the plain
To the above-named Defendants:
YOU ARE HEREBY SUM MONED to answer the
complaint In this action nnd to terve a copy of
tour answer on Ihe I'lalnllif's Attorneys wtlUln
twenty days after the service of this summons ex
clusive of the day of servhf .'and In case cf your
failure lo appear er nnrwer. Judgment will bo
taken against you by default for the relief de
manded In the complaint.
Dated, New York. October 23. 1912.
MAURICE R. ft DANIEL W Hl.t'MENTnAL;
riatnttfl's Attorneys. OUlec and Post Office Ad
dress, Nn. 35 Nassau Street. Borough of Man
hattan, City of New York.
To the Defendant Charles G, Goldstein:
The foti'gnlng summons Is served upon you by
publication pursuant lo an order of Hon. SAmuel
Seabury. one of the Justices of the Supreme Court
of the State of New York, dated November 20th,
1012. and duly tiled herein with a copy of the sums
mons aad duly vcrlned complaint herein on No
vember 20lh. 1012. In the office of the Clerk of the
County of New York, at the County Court House
In said county, the original summons and duly
verified complaint herein having been filed In said
offley on October 21th, 1012.
Dated. New York, November 20. 1912.
MAURICE B. ft DANIEL W IlLUMENTHAL,
Attorneys fort Plilntlft. Office ft Post Offlce Ad-
aress, 35 rvarsnu street, Aew York City.
MILLER. ADELE I). In pursuance of an ori..r
of Hon. Robert Ludlow Fowler, a Surrogate at
the county or .tew torn, nonce is nereny given
to all persons having claims against ADELE D.
MILLER, late of the County of Essex. State nf
New Jersey, deceased, to present the same with
vouchers thereof to the subscriber, at hts nlaea
of transacting business In the offlce of Wolf ft
Kohn. No. 203 Broadway, Borough of Manhattan.
City of New York, on or before the 26th day of
November. 1912. Dated New York, the 20th day
f May, 1813. ALEXANDER GRAY. Jr.,
WOLF A gOHN.
Attamevi for Executor:
tot Braadway, Manhattan.
DRILLING for Marine Corns. Quartermaster's
Department. Washington. D. C Nov. 13. 1912.
SEALED IHOIOSALS, to be publicly opened In
this office at 11 A. M., Nov. 29. 1912, are hereby
invited for furnishing the Marine Corns with
160.000 yards of white cotton drilling. Proposal
blanks and other Information ran be obtained
at this offlce and at the offlce of the Depot Quar
termaster, lino soutn uroan street, I'hliaaeipnia.
Pa. Thla offlce reserves the right to relect any
er all bids or parts thereof and to waive In-
Tomiaiuies increm. i. jucvjav L.r.x, l.v.-v.tji..
Asst. Quartermaster, In charge of Department.
OFFICE OP THE COMMISSIONERS OF TUB
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA. Washington. Notero- i
ber 20, 1012. Sealed proposals will be receiied i
at this office until two o clock P. II. December
6th. 1913, for furnishing and delivering eight
nunarea ana tnirty-nve ikui net tons cast iron
water pipe, tor use tn the Water Department,
this city. Specifications and form of proposal
may be obtained from the Purchasing Officer.
D. O. CUNO H. nUDOLPM. JOHN A. JOHN
STON, WILLIAM V. JUDSON. Commissioners;
SheUrlsl Parma lacreaie Capital.
The Sheffield Farms Slawson-Decker Com
pany has filed with the Secretary of Stat
a oerttflcatn ahowlnir an Increase In Ua
capital stock from II, 500,000 to 13,500,000.
tne x-rait ana i.etcnwortn vjoiupany "i
llufialo has Increased Its capital stock from
1800,000 to 12,400,000.
Coart at AppeerU Calendar.
ALBANY, Nov. 20. The Court ot Appeals
calendar for to-morrow: No. 711.
Supreme Court By Justice Seabury Central
Mortgage Co. va Plrk, Lelghlon Lobdell; Pick vs
Miller, John Z. Lowe, Jr.; HosenHcld vs Miller,
John Z, Lowe, Jr.
By Juillce Gerard UaeVlcar ts Colletil,
By Jusdos aitrertck Levy Tl rrledjsaa,
VtxMiinB 4jprl TV4Mv v s
BAINBRIDGE AV, 2781 Sadie Males ts Lillian
Fox. owner and contractor ... .J-fJ
WILKENS AV, H06-lAiuis Seldman et al vs
Realty Commercial Co, owucr; Adolph Brunn fc
Emerlch Kohn, contractors.. ...
WASHINGTON AV, IMS-Same vs . Tiffany
ReAlty Co. owner: Adolph Brunn. contractor..';
WILKENS AV 1471 Same vs Realty Commercl d
Co, owner; Emerlch Kohn 4 Adolph llruiiu.
contractors . J-1'
89TH ST, 312 E T J Cummins Plumbing Co vs
Patrick Burns, owner; Thomas W Voer
47TII ST, 222 to 226 W Saul Suaaman vs Martin
Beck, owner: Frollo Restaurant Co. Jacori
Mostmau ft Jacob M Seldcnberg, lessees and
contractors, $.101. so
FOREST AV. e s, 200 n 156th st. 23limxlrreir
Mason Contracting Co vs Oscar L Lyons, om-'
and conirnctor... . f'-v!
MADISON AV, 1538 and 1510-Eairlo ArllUrlal
Stone Co vs Rosalie J Greenbsum, on,rr
Isaac Becker, Bernard Fclnsteln ft f'a
Goldberger, lessees and contractors; Reliable
Amusemtut Co, contractor, i"
BM-XCKEIl ST. 417 and 419 Samuel Selmon vs
William Laux, owner: Frederick J Kuck ana
Michael Casscrly, contractors.. , ''
79TH ST. 161 and 131 W -Eltlng Bros vs Jules P
.-norm, owner aim coniracior "'J
22.1D ST. n s. 380 e White Plains ay, Iftlxlio
Hudson Wood Working Co vs Morris Improve
ment Co, onner and contractor; Max Henri,
contractor ... . .51.13"
HOUGHTON AV, s s. .1o.l w Havemeyer av,
25x108 Unlonport Lumber and Mfg. to is
llarbnra Meyers, owner; Adsm Mink, con
tractor - 'j!
46TH ST. n s, 300 e 8th av, 76xlOO.S-West Side
Mason Contracting Co agt Sussn Mount, Joseph 1.
M Adrian. Edward 11 Mount 4 Harold Is Mount,
exrs. Ac. owners: While Rats Realty Co, lessee.
Crainii & Co. contractor. .'.1. , '',
1J4TH ST. n w ror Walnut a v, 233.8x104 .8 Bohland
ft Alkler Construction Co agt Phillips Jones 1
owner and contractor; Abraham S .Ph!:
10TH ST. 77 K Joseph Degenshcln agt estate of
Nathan Schwab, owner and contractor; Hu'j
JTTH ST. 14 K A J Buschmann Co art Chaj r.
Havtland. owner: Ease Davis. Edwin H Wendell
aad Mary T-Wendell, contractors... ..,11W '
UTTH ST, M4 W Alpha Portland Cement Co all
United Kleotrle light Power Co, owner: .
Malay QeUUc Ot. eoauaaujgv '