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THE SUN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1913.
U
COTTON MARKET IS
DULL AND STEADY
Hiid Js Willinu. Effort
n Values.
-'KKI.IXC, MOHK CHKHIIKIM
Receipts and exports wore:
Wheat Corn Oats
New xork Import!., .u.oeu ,(W) 41.00"
New York-flipnrts... 7,inj ,. . . S.M9
Keirlpte-lhttrlor , ..I.IM.onO C1.0V) 415.01
Exports-CleariMrr. ,. 711,000 417.0nn IK.CM
L'ar lot wheat receipt at Northwestern
points were :
GOSSIP OF WAIL STREET.
Fnvonililo l.nlmi Outlook
Fall Hiver Kiicihii .lirinjr
(o Holders.
nt
Tin' cotton market yesterday repre.
entr.l llttln more than the vcalplnir
operations of professional traders. Thin
was strikingly indicated lij the narrow
ranee within which values moved and the
negligible net changes recorded at the
end of the r salon
Yesler- Last !.at
day. week, lear.
Chicago 7 S7
Minneapolis' m ... rW
t u I in h ;.M , , im
Winnipeg M: 7 tsi
Totals ,l4i KM 1.4M
Cash markets were: Wheat No. 1
Still ItlKher Prices.
The rise In the stock market was con
tinned yesterday and the prices of thn
leading speculatlxu mediums ami iruiccn
practically of the whole list reached
new hitch level. Activity also expand
DENIES McADOO'S CHARGES.
PUBLIC UTILITIES.
Niitlitnnt ll llHtik in) II I .Not
llratrlt'tliig, l.nnns.
The National City Hank replied yen
terduy to the charges contained In tha
1 a etnttmcnt last week by Secretary of th i 'nonths ended tictot
rd, " Treasury McAdoo that th banks wero 1 , ',"
Northern at Minneapolis, MTc. i No. 1
.-Northern spring f. o. t., 9Ti?c. : No,
hard f. o. Ii. to arrive, imt.c. ; No. 1! red
f. o. ti., $1.01 : No. 1 Manitoba f. o. t. to
arrive. !7c. Corn No. S .xilloiv old c. I. f.
sT,e. No. 3 yellow old c. I. f MLjC. : ex
port f. o. b. to arrive, M'-jC Oats No. U
white, 47c; No. 3 white, -IMf
ISt-iC ; standards, Ci-jiS IfSo. Harlc)
Malting c. I. f Huffato, f.tl'i SOc. llye
No. '1 Western c. I. f. New York, "ne.
Flour Spring patents, $4,504) ll.itj :
spring clear", 3.S04i $4.1T. : Kansas
straights to nrrlvc. f.lDM4.35.
tho turnover being the largest that has restricting loans. The National City Bank
been done slnco the stock tunr'sct touched denied this, showing that Ita loans on No
the last low level on November It. At vmber 2& wero over K5.00O.000 greater
the high of the day price of the nctvo thnti on Tjciember 8, Kit. Outside of tho
l.astern ann tninma .naiee tne largest
loans wero to tho Houth.
The statement of tho bank follows:
"Statements have been mads that banks
,cj;c In tho reserve and the central reserve cttlcs
4t. miiH Ktenl ..nminnii sa: wiMi .neh have been curtailing' their loans to com-
gains Iti hand no particular surprise was "icrclal borrowers and Increasing those
shares showed tho following cams as com
pared with the low of l.wt Saturday, mak
I Ing allowance for 'dividends deducted:
2 ! Amalgamated Copper, 3't poln!; Heading,
,1 3 Si Southern Pacific. 5 74: Union P.u
exhibited at thn development of a rcac-
tlonary tendency. The market broadened
iniido against stock exchange collateral
In order to strengthen their available ro-
out considerably.' Although trading w.n ?urc,,",ln Hnt'clPat:n ' changes
still concentrated to a large degree In tho
four leaders. dalr.gs In Issue like Hi.
1'aul Increased and inactive share of the
class of Southern P.icltlr mude their ap
pearance oftener.
MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS.
Coffee Prices Close Higher, With
Trading, of Light Volume.
Coffee prices closed 11 to IS points
Sentiment was more higher yesterday for
- .. ..... .. I .... ..... ,11.. llk.
A (Hassle Itenrtlon.
The speculation for thn rise boiled over
little yesterday afternoon, causing a
general relapse which wiped out most of
the ground gained during the session, As
some people looked at It the extraordinary
tho active months
cheerful on the r. fusal of the :ts ftnn v,.ii with trading of light proportions. Sales
Hlver textile operatives to strike, and also
on !ptlmlt!c leiwrts from dry goods
centres In the Mast and West. Not a
great deal uf buying was prompted by
these developments, however, nn most of
the big speculative Interests aro Inclined
1 1 await next week's official ginning
report and preliminary crop estimate be
fore renewing commitments on an Im
portant scale.
Another alleged National dinners esti
mate, wired from .Memphis, placed the
sin.mnt of cotton ginned tu Iei:cmbr I
t tl.ttSO.iUi" bales and the final ciop lit
13 r.1'0.000 bales, exclude ot llntcrs.
TI ere wero one or two further estimates,
whu Ii did not alter existing views. ery
much.
Heavy rain in Texas for the past
several days Imvej caused h fulling off In
the movement to the leading seaboard
and interior points of the State, but that
probably la the extent of their effect, as
ery llttlo of the crop remains un
barveated. A favorable feature of the cables was
the further heav takings of spot cotton
at Liverpool, sales again totalling 12.0U0
bales. Th futures nmtket was tlrm and
iulet. Our market opened fi to : points
higher, but almost Immediately eased off
under renewed long selling. As the sci
Ion progressed the volume of trading
became smaller and lluctuatlons narrower.
After moving off about points from the
opening level the list wa steadied some
what by the nxecutlon of two or three
fair sited buying orders for outside ac
count. Final prices were unchanged to 2
points net higher,
Several Southern spot centres com
plained of a continued tnior demand for
everything but the lower grades. Tills
referred particularly to tho l.teipool
buying.
Sprit cotton was quiet and unchanged.
Middling uplands, 13.50c. middling liulf,
13 75c. Spot cotton In the principal mar
kets was: ialeston. 13'c. : Houston,
13'e. : .Memphis, 13'c. ; Savannah,
13'sc. ; Norfolk, 13'4c-. Augusta, 13c. ;
St. Louis, 13tc.
futures here
points higher.
0.en
for the session totalled but SS.OUO bags.
The market was lowest at the opening
with spices steady 4 points lower to 3
points higher. Kuylng was attributed
mainly to hull support, but Brazilian
receipts continued heavy utul this sered
to discourage large purchases. Cost nnd
freight ofors were also 10 and 20 points
lower, lloth the H.iru and Hamburg
markets were easier.
The Havre market opened to I franc
lower and closed t$ to S frunc lower.
Hamburg started to 1 pfg. lower ami
finished Hi lower. Rio No. 7 was un
(hanged t t.$j;.". At Santos No. 7 was
r.o reis lower at !i7&n, wnne ;xo. a mere
was also SO reis lower at MOSn lllo
and Santos receipts totalled 60,000 bagv,
against 4s, 00(1 hags last car Sao Paulo
had .".2,001), ngalnrt 3i',.u00, and Juudi.ihy
4X.00O, ngnlnst 32.000.
New York and New Orleans warehouse
deliveries of Jlrailllan coffeee on Wednes
day totalled 21,606 bags, and for the
three days of the week amounted to
01,240 bugs. Prices were:
lltcti- Low
tat.
closed unchanged to 2
iiij
i.i :3
13
13 l
ii l1
I'Tmher
iminry.
March ...
M.i
Jul
The New i irle.uiH market
after the closing liet.
Open Mich
llich.
. -I
C .1
13 .x
11 II
II 12
1J00
.on
'l
13 l:.
U !
13 1:
u c.
Clos-
13 IS
I IV
13 1!
13
IJ.M
was
ITev
llo.r
13 14
13 .)
13 11
13 "
i: n
steady
ett.
:i,;so 4 ! ii
i;,::) ? ; j.tj
iuv id:: 10
Clotinc.
:i km
V.f 9 37
! H'i V 53
S.1I J'S
f Tl.l 7S
a !.n. 9 97
io untMi;
to irnto tl
io.ihiio.::
10 t ' s
io ib.iio
Sales
December.
January
February..
March
April
M.u
June ...
July
Auru.i .
SenteniNT
(cioner .
Noieruher. .
Sales wero 21.000 bags.
Provisions closed steady. Cash poik
was steady: family. 25'(i$27; mess,
S"31i S23."Jo. Cash beef was steady
family. llflSi $2H : packet. MSdMlP. Cash
lard was steady: prime Western. 111.30;
refined Continent. J11.65; South Am'
lean. 112.30 Chicago prices were:
Own. llKh l.o- Clo.
efi,
ti.or.
:i t:
Pork:
Jauiurr
Mar... .
Lard:
January.
May. ..
Uiba:
January
Mhv
Sugar-
in(
:t.M
i i:
.-0 9.'
Int
M 7
Prev
close,
21 13
:i io
is :
11.07
10 3
11.10
10 77
11.07
1'ASO
11.07
10. w
ii i:
PrlciS tliero were
Ixiw- Clns- Prer
iiai
13 !
13 1
if 32
15 39
e-l
13 4
13 l
1J 3.'
13 ?
Irte
13 03
r. '.
n 33 I
13 3'J
I rt.
Ie.emls?r . U 1.' 13.1:
.linuarr 13 .'I 1.1 24
Mxrefi. 1J 3 1S'
Mav I'll 13)1
The Liverpool m.irk't was steady. Spot
niton was In good deni.iud, middlings 1
tKilnt lower at 7.33d. Sales totalled 12,000
hales.
Prices at Liverpool were
Open- liltli Lo
mi ei. en
nc...in . 7 '"i, 7 0.,J :
Ian Feb .. 97 ; 0;
Mch -Apr. . ( 91 7 03 'T'j
U A. M. bids to Llvej-pnol were
'ember, 13.14; Januirs. 13.01
13.13. The market theif Is due
. 110.1 11.00 10-. VK II Oil
ii. :l n. a 11.17 11. N it K
-The raw sugar nmrktt
m.ilned practically unchanged to-day with
some sales at 3.4c. for Mecember ship
ment. The snot uuotation remained un
chnnged at 3.61c All refiners except
the Perier.il are asking 4 30c. for fine
granulated while the latter firm Is asking
4.25.
Clo.
In.- .
lrev
Uoee.
'..
I le-
March.
to open
DAIRY PRODUCTS MARKET.
iirTTun.Th.n. u a aeareilf yesterday of
sood table .took and rriivt, l"T extras fre
advanced We for the .pedal lines which so
to .i particular trade. Aide from extras the
rc.t ot the butter market was dull ami m
active Keports from the v.etl show that the
underrrsde butter is belli niovfil at cut prig's
This U Jo the ennditlnn In New or. with
.. .iA.nu....i fnAmtu-v for jll thnae lilies n(
butter Kecelvera are uUinu Itaa for hel.l
unrtrrcrade butter than it mats them In the
cooler. Tratle ai unusually llelit ami
...iu,i.rn,.inpv Oiinlatloiis are. Lreani
er. eitrn. 3tfiUc firata. rluSJc ; seconds,
to-day H iKiInt lower to 'j point higher.
Port receipts and shipments weie;
Re- Latt Ship-
i-etpta. year, inenta Stocks.
18.771" 17.7i l.4 33 4 741
10 "M 12..;'., 19.045 197 C73
9..'w l.3i) tu 1:.44
:.4f. l.'4l 239 71.902
3.194 4.39S ,9 4'..:i
l.7 3.294 1') 3.240
L127 t27 M!7 M.797
Interior receipts, slilpments and stocks
were:
Re. I.iil Ship- Last
celpta. ear. nients. Stocks, year.
.) 20.91.', J0.73S U4 C31 K.S.e93
s.2o 4 911 t'..i40
;.44T S M 1 234
1.6j C660 C4 19.979
1.332 . 1.641 4'.,3'
Eitiraated port Last
receipts, to ilav wrek.
.. 9.000 to 11.004 17 HI
.. 6,700 to 7,7'") 9.S00
Oatveaton . ,
New Orleans.
savannah
rharleatoa...
Norfolk
Wilmington..,
Mobile
Houtton
Memphla....
xurasta
St. Loula....,
Utile Bock.,
OalTeston. .
New Orleans..
La.t
year
Ml Jll
tSS.IM
lf.1.213
M.47
72,34
31.019
1S9.24
10J.05T
n.r,
42.707
Last
year.
SI.MT
13,379
that will result when the pending banking
legislation has become nn accomplished
fact. We, do not believe that this la
being done. In any event It la not being
done by the National City Uank of New
York.
"Our commercial Uiars and loan to
banks, rompared with our loans on Stock
Krchango collateral, aro now unusually
heavy."
Tho bank subjoins a classification of
loans showing a total of $121,121,3 ,3 on
December I'. I 'J 12. against 1146, 478, 4T.2
on November 2."., 1013. The loans to mem-
ex,,rlene of having a point or two profit heVZ'rhunge K'S
on he bull side was too much for the ,, , w.ro on Ue(.(.mber t 191i(
" - J2S,ir.i;,S20. leaving 99I.96S.033 loaned to
vanco to retrain from snatching The n,i,., i,.r,.-..r inelmtinu
weakness In tin late afternoon seemed
manufacturers, depositors not members of
lo reflect wometliliig In the nature of a ,. oxehnngo. Interior banks and trust
rush 111 COVOr Whcll It WHS seen that tho nmmniilM. nt,l on Miercli.ilii1l lln Nn.
rise was not to be resumed Inimed.iitely v.-mber 25. 11'13. these Haures had chanaed
As such If was regarded a-s a classic re- t n tt,il of la.32fi.00 to members of the
action in an upw.trd movement In lt early exchange, practically the same as In I'm.
stagi. At such times each .speculator and of which all hut $73.1. con was de-
who him Joined the movement convinced manri loans, against an Increase to (11 7,-
that the Immediate trend of prices Is In U,2,462 to all other borrowers not mom-
an upward direction Is extremely nervous b.-rs of tho exchange. The bank calls at-
about his new- position. Ills one fear Is tentlon to tho fact that the loans to ttxock
lest lie should find himself the last buyer l.'xchange members, being overwhelmingly
ami he take small profits on 1 nil shares demand loans, constitute n secondary re-
or so and considers himself lucky to gel serve
awa ullli It That is the ph!ogy of Tin- National City Hank practically de-
hull moxomch! in Its inception The oted its monthly circular to n comparison
same Individual when the advance) has or the x.vrious currency mils nerore the
run to considerable lengths Inns thousand senate, Including the bills of the House,
share lots and l b.vrtly disturbed to see Senators Owen, Hurton and llltchcck, and
the market go several points against him "'' caucus report.
It Is simply the difference between the
two extremes, timidity and ovetconll
For October 1913, gross earnings of Hie
American Light and Traction Company were
I416.S30.' an Inirease of Ilk 739 nr 4 70 pr
cent. Nst earnings amounled to 1107.
an Increase of 113.494 or I 71 per leni
Earnings from nil sources for the twelve
months ended ocioher 31. !"1.1. BK-grep ite.t
tl.41S.C95. an Increase nf 1191.13s or I : '.
np r.nl i.i.r lit ,.re.1lnff twelve tnlltns,
l'or the annie period net earnings nppllciihte ,
to dividends amounted to lt.2i3.tH. a gain .
of 113,3:3 or l.fll per lent. I
The Pacini- (las Hint llleclrle Company '
for October, 113. reports good gains dross
operating revanuea for the month amounted
to It, 314.527. an expansion of 10 rer
cent, over pctober. 1912 operating e
penies. laita and nialntenanre Increased
S.31 per cent., leaving net operating revenue
of 1527. t.0. an increase of SO 66 pr cent
Other Income was 1 12.165. making a total
net revenue befnra Interest charges of
IM9.74f.. as compared with H4.4t3 for tha
corresponding month of 1912
The Carolina L'.nht and I'oner rotnpaiiv.
renoria for Oclnher, 1913 press earnings nf
153.519. sn tnrreaia of 17 9T.7 ant net earn
Inga of 117.142. a gain ef tl 15. .The sur
plus after charges was !.14 or 11 1..' lss
man ror ine aaine monm h yr.r -- i
tha twelve months ended October 31. 1'tl i
grots earnings of the company aggregated
f0,109. an Increase of I72.36i Net eirn-i
Intt were (16.1 47. un increase nf j:a9C4 i
and other Income lncre.is.-d 127 r.oo ntnm.nl
Ing to 147,500. The surplus after pavtnuit I
ef Interest snd other charges was IjnJ ,M, i
sa comparea wmi n rurinu. ...
the preceding twelve months,
The Pugel Sound Traction. I.lgh' and
Power Company hn i ailed a snerlal nieellng
of the stockholders for December 33 for the
purpose of authnrlxlng nn Lstie of shun
term bon.H to refund the 17 loo ooo notes
maturing February 1. 1914 As vet the t.ite
of Interest, authorized amount and niaturitv
of the new notes have not been determined
hut It Is net thought that the issue w II' have
a longer maturity than nve years The ted"
will be secured by a mortgage nn the p'op
erty of the enmpativ nn account nf the
annual meeting transfer books will b closed
from Perstnber 2 to December 23.
I'laMrle nd .n connected lead figures
from all the llyllesby properties show M'pr-
Who Pays the Income Tu
on Your Coupons
You or the Issuing CompanyT
Cur Income Tax Department is prepared rm
assist you in determining which of your bondi
contain the tax free covenant whereby the issuing
company agrees to assume your normal tax of one
rr cent.
You may command our services in this con
section by communicating with us either in person
or by letter.
Guaranty Trust Company of New York
140 Broadway
Fifth AraofM Vincii. LtBtlaa Offlca
Sth At. A 4U St Ulabf4tSi,E.e.
Capital and Surplus . . (30,000,00
DapoaiU 117,000,000
dence.
SAVINGS BANKS RAP VAN TUYL.
THE GRAIN MARKETS.
Weat Closes V, Cent lllBher tin the
Htrena-lh In 4"onrar (tralne.
Wheat closed 4 to He higher yester
cJay at the high for thn session after
pining steady despite favorable foreign
news, Argentina crip news being bearish
nd Australian offerings liberal. The
market iteadled when It waa reported that
the Argentine exportable surplus would
lave to be reduced to about 4,uoo,uuj
bushels. BhortH also covered on advices
from Texai that there was premature
g.-r.wth of winter wheat I e.siiltlng Irom
miseasonablo weather conditions. There
was practically no export demand, but re
eipts of botli spring nnd winter wheat
it primary points were smaller than nisi
ear, with shipments about 400,000 bush-
Is les-s than receipts. Tln market closed
-'IK. aided by the upturn In ooarae
grains.
i 'urn started unchanged. Prices rose
"r mi Khort covering. News was gen
rally lacking and at the close the mar-
' was s, to ;e, itbove the previous
"lotlng level. Itecelpfs were of about
In miiii' volume as last year and ship
meiitb cornnarcd favorably with receipts
Oats dlsnlayed tinexperted strength.
Shipments wer. larger than recelpbi and
shorts covered on less favorable Ar
aentltie news. Pi Ices advanced 1 to l'sft
ind at the close showed net gains of lc.
for the day.
Minneapolis wheat stocks Increased
"S0.000 bushels In five days. Duluth wheat
tocks decreased 1 14,000 bushel! In four
.lavs.
Chicago price were:
Open. Kith
est
Wheats
1 ei ember. .
May
my
Lorn:
iifcember...
lay
uly
ruts;
Peeember...
May
July.
Ing
TV,
lei's
nt
'.
:,
41
7.
HP.
st'l
IIS
7)S
l!S
Iow
est sf'i
tS
7ti
70H
91t
4:
4l'4
Clos- Prev.
Inr. close.
Inr.
1
MS
M'i
TP
TIS
T0H
S!"i
4!'.
4!S
'3tl?Uc : held eiiras Ji3a;. . IlrslS. '..!
.ut .lalrv. tlr.est. 3'l'il3:c : tocsl to prime,
: nrncess. extras Wti'J.; firsts, .'lh
. ii.. rrtn,v held Aran. A'JZZ cur
rent, firsts. paelun stock, held. IV'jiflc ,
fre.li. No 1'Jl.Il.iX- : Xo. I. Unix
i-iif.ksk-Tr.dlni yesterday is lliht, with
the hlrhest trailes of whole milk Hock In
steady demand There were a few sales of
hlKh trade stock above quotations, but cheese
receivers feel that little activity will be shown
...,,ti n- ..r The movement of VVIs
eon-m daisies waa about the only feature of
..... ...u-i.i rVnlt- a tAir ili-muml for skims.
which are steady Prices are. State, held
white snd colored specials. lti'nle.. while
and coloreil, average fancy. IS.1HV4C.: under
grades, lSWyiSV-. Palsies, held beat, 16," :
skims, held specials. Ho 134c ; held choice,
ll'iililPje . fresh special skims. Kfitmc ;
choice, llftime poor to fair. tiflCe.
EUOS There waa a ilrop jeateraay 01 :e
on alt rrean efga. inuicaiins; inai wie nm- rr
lav-lne- and that In a short time there will he
sufficient new lata eggs 10 supply vne mminii
From the nearby sections, from where the flue
hennery egss eome. the supply haa Increased
all the week. Trading waa not good yesterday
because Jobbers feel that prices are so hizh
they cannot dlspoae ot any quantity of slock.
Jobbers say thai retailers who have been In
the habit of taking & to m cases 01 es hi a
lime hare cut down to 1 lo 1. and In one III
stance a jobber said that a 10 case man was
only buying one case. If the market declined
trailing would be larger and the consumption
ni fresh laiil esis will increase Nothing but
unfavorable weather in the producinr sections
can Drevent a drop In the e market Prli-es
are: Freah gathered extra, doieu. 4434- : ex
tra firsts. 4.'f4.1e ; nrits. Mf41c seconds. 37 nr
v... .nnles. !i27c . checka. MH;:.-.: State.
Pennsylvania, anil nearoy nennrrj simr.. m"-
tn fanrv. iftrc: cauifreo WIUICI. line 11,
finest. rif53c : hennery browns, 4SJI47C.: gath.
ered brown ami mixed eolura. I1B4SC. : refne-
eralor special inarm, lancy, t -. nr-e
SvijtiWWc.: sei-onds. 27u:sc: lower grades. :iy
iiuv rilrtlea. :isir.e. European egis. freah,
lfi) dnien caaea, good to prime SCttJfe. : poor
to fair, Sii'ife ; refrigerator. W aotrn rasea,
fair to good. tr:c.: rood to prime, :a:i.c.
I.1VK POUI.THV -Light recelpta made the
market firmer yesterday, as only yt cars were
unloaded. This mane ine supply snon ami up
,,i iron.! Onlv about 10 ears more are t
pe.-ted today and It will take all of this to
meet the demand Market la belter clrand up
than It haa been In a month. Nearby chickens
weie up Sc. and fowls 4c. better Turkeys
barely sufficient to meet the demand, with
ducks and greso alow Quotations follow:
Chickens, nearby fancy. lV4l7e.: fowls.
lC4c; old roosteri, 1ISC-: turkeys, mixed.
le : Western ducka. lc.: geese. 14c; guinea
tol. pair. CSe ; pigeons, pair, SOc.
fJHBSSEl) POPITKY. A larsa portion of
the Block lis goliur Into the coolers because
reielyers cannot move It at a prolll. and. fur
tliermore. the demaisl I light and prospects
for frozen prices look alluring There are not
enough turkeys to meet the demand. Most til
them com." under loe and are arriving In
fairly good condition. Arerage atock does not
soli well and annie of this haa to be chilled
... k..i,i ii I..-- roasllnc chlckena are in
demand, but the average sell slowly V;
active demand yesterday for heary fowls and
medium fowls were unusually dull. The week
after Thanksgiving la always a poor week for
dressed poultry receivers. Ton; on ducka and
geese la eaay. "lth squabs unchanged Quota
tions are: Turkeys. Marland, Delaware and
New Jersey, fresh killed. V: Virginia selected
fancy, Mc. : Slats and Pennsylvania. !!.: West,
em, dry picked, fancy, He: Western, scalded,
fancy, liaS-W.; poor, lljtlsc.: Western, dry
plckJd, fsner. Iced. lio.t fair to good. ItVXc i;
Western, scalded, selected, Re,: Ohio and Mich
Iran. 2Xe ; Texas, average best. Iced, 21e.
Philadelphia broilers. IV to 3 lbs. each, MS
Sac.; western mua inu, , iivimo. ; ni ie.i. iio.
lloz packed weaiern iowis. aoaen in oox,
Rentlruent and the Hlse.
The return of even comparative activity
to the stock market has t-ervtil to lift a
little the depressing gloom which has
prevailed In New Street, and the ftituie la
not niTvv regarded as unite hopeless In
some iii.irtcTs the change was n-ceieil
with such exaggerated enthusiasm that
one would think that "old times" had
come back Hut the breaking of the dead
lock and the r.o In pi lies h.i e far fnun
affected any great change m the attitude
of the protcaslnnals toward the trend of
prices. Sentiment around the commission
houses is still bearish in the main. A
common remark heard is that If the tech
nical condition look.d ns bearish as It
does bullish the market hould b bought,
but ns a purchase It does nut lecoinnicnd
Itself. After all what professional Wall
Street wants prlnmrly are lluctuatlons.
Nobody expects the rank nnd llle of pro
fessional speculators to turn bullish at
the bottom. Now the ii'e is being wel
comed as providing an excellent oppor
tunity to sell stocks again Hut a sua.
tained movement In puces ;., either direc
tion always caue a revisl-m of specula,
live opinion on a large Male.
The Itnllrond Vnmr,
Tho cne of the Cistern railroads ap
plying for an Inctease In freight rates In
brief Is as follows. Kxpensc have In
creased so much faster than revenues that
the net operating Income of the roads for
191.1 was llrl.31l.nnft less than It whs in
1910, notwithstanding the fact that S5o.
OOO.UPO new money wns put Into these
railway properties in that time of the
three Items which make up hetvven sn
and 9f. per cert of the expenses ,,r ,,.
eratlng a ra'lroad 54 In.TSI ool wa s, .it
for transpurlatio! iharges m 1'iin Main
tenance of equipment - oiimiin, ii !lr' ..7:'7
101 and malnteiiHtn e of wav 1 1 4 ". . U' T ...1.'.
As total expenses it. l'jlu anuiun'cd to
ISOO.tlfll.S::. these three items amounted
for more than tlftf en-elteenths of the
money paid out. These expenses increased
steadily year by vear until In i:i:t
transportation ch.uces took '.'. onn. nun
more, maintenance nf cnuuuncnt r,1,niin..
000 more and maintenance t,f wa :.".,
OOO.OOn mote Taxes incremed trnln 1 1.',
1 40.47.'. In 1310 to J'.S.'iiu.noi in ..ix
As a result, although the moiiev rce.ived
by the railroads for the bnsit handled
on each mile or line was greater in I'.I.I
than In loin by I.19. or 13 7 i e,- ...-nt ,
the Increase In exp.-n.seH mor. than !..,.
anced tins Increase ami left a iim resse
III operating Income of $312 a mile, or ;.
per cent
O'GARA GOAL COMPANY
First Mortgage 5 Bonds
FINAL NOTICE
This committee now represents a substan
tial majority of binds. At the renu.st, how
ever, of bondholders who have found It
lable gains as of October I compared with ! inconvenient to deposit bonds this Committer
a vear oeiore, inr.. it't111 win accept i-onii- lor uepo.ii uniii iiernnurr
serxlng upward of 11I.0M "J"'"'",' IB. I9IS. before which time .sit undero.lted
clmtlne h 24 telephone, water ami ieHTll '
heat i ustmne's tmrlng the ear th. runiler band, must he deposited.
of el-crlc lighting customer. Imreased 11 WILLIAM II. UKITTON. Hecretury.
per ent. iower iu.it 3 '"1 .',',"t 10 llnm l s't , Ve.v York City
and gii" ii-ers " per cent W h'-'- " ,u- Ii;roSITAItli:s
wills""- eieci" er Tu Ine'., , re?..e,l 'ohmihls.Knlckerl.m ker Trust Co..
to la: MO ki'ouatl. a Kali, of -J t-r .' -0 HltOAPWAV N V CITY
The total of SIC.siu klloxatta ne t'-d pt ..rrantuu Trust Co..
all purposes exhibit, a .0 per " 'l -J"' I SCItANTON. PA.
The Louisville comparative ; M"t " "rV I Miner. Hank of Hllke. narre.
P" l".":...ll .i.l. Mmllar slatlslles I VVII.KU.S IIAHUK. PA
ItVe tami PrnUe 'if gain a. thus, given
llt0C.
BUSINESS TROUBLES.
ASXIK
Henry
5ny He. rushes Leiilalatlon Already
Defeated Trslce.
Savings banks i oustltutlng what Is
1 known as group four of the New York
Savings Hank Association ate disturbed
over xvhat they miisie.r an attempt on the
part of State Ilauk'ng Superintendent Van
Tuyl to force tliicugh at A'tiatiy legis
lation which has lu en twice ill f. ated.
Their mnln objection l to the clause
requiring a higher percentage of reserve.
Iiultidrd in the opposition to Sllpt. Van
Tul' pi in are the Seamans Institution
for Savines and the Hroadw-ay Savings
i I t:stll ut loll.
Soiuetlnie ngo A. Barton Hepburn, ai
chairman of the committee to which Mr.
Van Tuyl appointed blm. addressed a
s(t of thirteen riuctlotis to the snvbigs
banks A Schenrk, chairman of group
four, lias asked the banks in flat sec
tion to dxliiy their answers until the asso
ciation can consider them as a body. How
ever, there are several savings banks
" which .ire In favor of the larger reserve
, and It is likely that when the iiuctlon
come, up for lonslderatlon there will be
i a sharp contest.
I The opponent of Supt. Van Ttiyl's plant jjDITH THEBIlY NORTON, dealer in .own.
I are confident of defeating It if it gets' ui.d lingerie at SIT I Uro..dwa ha nle.1 a
. a- far as the laglslatuie for the reason, i'11'.'011 ''iljU'SVii ,,.! : iff li.i'i np
mat uinicr n some nanus now- paying i i,oliitril Kdwm C Ward n-iiver bond I
i per s-iit would be for-ed to cut their I Th. nu.ine.. wn stxttfd in January.
interest inte to 3ij nr 3 percent. !s4,xsoN TOI'l.lTV:, livms- .n 311 test
Two xcars niro there was an nttemnt , Ninety fourth etri-el. formerly an importer
to change the rteervo i(iulrements, which
was del. it. d, and another proposed meas
m c. th- lVl'otk bill, met a like fate this;
year.
WOLVT-Judge Holt has appointed
11 silver reinver lor Annie Wolff
ur niauufaeturer at 1 We-t y to
miVnd'Teok aH th- nierVhandi'awa, snd
i linow tit it m -im. ni innn unknown to
;he''Vt!li.mlni 'te.liw b..bd.t.c. are
l;.J-1 and the as-t II. K"
T 1 POSAKD' SON -Judte Un.t has ap
Tn nteii Ortinslo P, ';";'" 1'7er.r.r.7
innird' Soli" turmture d"aiers oi
Ki.hth avenue! bond L.-o. will, nulhoritv tc.
carrv on business twenty da
TIIK OIIKAT WKsTKflN IMIDHT ro PA J
A petition in bankruptcy has ! n M l
nJalnst Herman P stoeUm.m and Ann w
uncer trading th- tfeat We-tern lmii.it
CompinV'. Vu.tm.la. I urer . t p.ct-.re li
nd :irt novella, at :3. I.afa)ette - net
They NiT-in busine.- in peptemlsr U."
XNDIIEW OHLANIMI A tetilien in bank
rtiptcy ha. ' h7?n hied sra.nst Andrew- ( r.
Undo, whoiesxle mid teisil irir at , t Mi
l.rrx street The bii-m, s was Marte.l in
11 l,v hi- father Aniomo w ho died on
March' I. fin Judge Holt appointed HerN t
B limber receiver, hond l iwi.
.re estiniulid at fJ.'J .Mr 1r,:"",," M, V
al.o interested It said, in an olive .
bus'ties. and in a coopcr.uo bu.nc. in
lirooklyn
'11
THE BOSTON MARKET.
... , .... ...i ninmifn.siirrr ni anil ni.i.
has Wd a pennon in bankruptcy, with
liabilities nf i:i s:j and no aes.ts Most ot
the debts were contracted in 111 and lu. and
there are sixteen jmbimrnis acnii.st him
The city of New York has a judgment
against him for :.' for a ten.xlt
AMIAHAM COHEN, a canvasser of 7M Jen
mil., .licet ti-'inii v a Paner if . : I. i 1
low street, hss tl.ed a pet ' loo "i ba k
r.-.-v with li.lt.,lt.i Of S."'.- . I
ol i4,
xinltnw y.KITl.V.l: Imlor of "I Ni-.ci
It Is expecHd tl it at the annual meet. I ' street In- H!d a i.'Htnn in h.in'..-. :
tig of tlie Co.. olid it. .1 i!a rompany to ! wnh liabiht es of ! . m..i " ,
b. !! d J.nu.ry .b n-xt tne s ocKro;,ier. '': ; ",,,., ,,,, , ... ,, ., , I
will le :iskei to approve an Issue ot i n; p.f,,,,,, v ,ti, h Im. - ol I. " ' and
fiom ;'i.ii'i,,in'in to JIj.IIOO.OOO . peri ,.,t. r owe. n. ilirer det..r
cent. (Otn.ttlld- ileiintures. Hankers p COIIV.N & CO Judge Holt ha ai .-omied
for the lompany In speaking of the mat ! Mr. Sophie palmer wit. ut r.lc-
CONSOLIDATED GAS FINANCING.
Issue of a''..,Uiio,MIO I ontcrllhle
Dcbetittires I'lnniiril,
Boston, Dec. 4. Trading continued ac
tive, with prices closing higher, although
nt conclusions from thn best prices of
the day North liutte and tlranby were
uctlvt at advances nf , and 1 points
rxr.rTio.NH and mekti.nub.
CHICAGO RAILWAYS COMPANY
Te the Reentered Holders ef Psrtlclpatlen
Certlflcalea. Series I, Series t. Series I
and Series 4, Issued under Dial crrtebi
Partlclpatlen Certificate Agrttaient.
dated as el August , IH7, kttwetn
Adelphus C Bsrtlttt, Ckauncey Keep,
Charles H. Hulburd, Albert A. Spragae
and Charles O. Dewes, with thtnutlvts
es Depositaries, and Central Trust Com
piny el New Yerk, as Cuitedlan, and
the holders el Partlclpatlen Certificates
concerning the Capital Stock el the Chi
cago Railways Company, and ether De
posited Securities, and te all other ee
cemedi You ud sea cf yon are hart by ajsfinsd MSM
taestlni of th regstnH hoHfrs of Partldpatles
IVrtillet, Ssrl.i I Ssrtea 2, HsrlM S tail isnsa
a, isura aao ouTsiuaisa unasr vso agjsiisax
SMBtloned la tbt caption arsof. will t hsKt at
Ut offlcia of Chicago Railway cootgaai. to
Ut omcw of (
Chicago. TuiaoU.
f Chicago Railway Ootpaai, lo
oU. atltoosa O0. BorUad gsolM
it, lbs 2kfitj of DiemVir. 111,
f 12 o dock, noon, far tae psrpots
leg, o ftlooda.
at ta hour of 12 o dock, noon, far tae psrpots
of ooaaldorlDi and rottag at aaJd ml 1 11 as for cr
sgsiusi a rasoi-jiion .roaming TO am ausenoa
brtwoan Cbl
t5l( Kallwai
aay Cotapaar, ud
Uio UvpotlUrlss to rots kn fifor ef too approval
of that rortila oofratlrs atrssnfal botwaon Chi
cago RaUwajs Ceupinr. Cblcago cltr KallwlT
xiotapaar, oouiosrn sum nanway Lmpi
tts Cltr Cminfll o( the city of Cblrtto t"e
"At. Ordlranrs Antsrrltliig fJnlfled Opsratlea of
tho guilt's) Sttot flat sin in the Cltr or Chi
cago." At said meeting all rerlitarfd holders -f
I'.nlrlr.tion xerttfiritw of ail four Sanaa are
tnmtrd to es rrsssnt and to solo In person or.
u not present in person, to sou oy amy aaioer-
. . i.t. viisi-.i it, ,1.1 weiketud at Cilumft and south LLlrsgo Railway Cxioinsny,
respeitlx.lv. Alaska .ol.l we.iKtmu hi , mttf t n j mJ ,ulho;,tRj s, rJ;i,n
tlie , loy.. to 2111.. orr i-.. f.ilison l-.licirn , or its
continued weak, declining to 24'Ji. und
closing nt 241 ulT :i. The uglit-s declined
Vtilted shoo on c.xiuctatlou lh.it It
would win In the tjovernment suit touched
..Pi up .TV In the rails Hoston nnd
Maine was the feature, declining 3 points
to 44. rccovulng to 47. The preferred
dropped 2 points Hoston nieviited was
strong at tip 2. New Maxell ad-
vanced to i"i-j tip . slumping at the
close to TO off V The summary
llOXlls
Open lllrh laiw-Clos.
IliC esi esi. ins .
i'j i
I',
SI
DAILY TREASURY STATEMENT. '
WARHINHTON. He," I The .txleei...! ot
the reit-lpla and ia wiirranl. of the Treasury '
snows
V..I...I. Tl.,.. ......... L... .. . - - '
..iiruioiifll ri' II jp.ir
Receipts 11, S '.! J '..:,T:.,,., v lw IT)
Pay warrants t.i:...i c.TMW.s "M'Cf.'t.
Deficit IIH.r tl.WJ.Ji; Ii:. U. V.J
Surplus
Retvlpts frnm custoin. yclcnlay, IM,4',
from Internal revenue, cidiiury ti..if,j xj'
corporation tax, Us); iiils.illan.-ims e.j '
11 ! ll'il"1 ",f" r,'(,'"l'', ,nr riHlfinptiou,
The e.iah statement of the rnind s;,tc.
Treasurer lor He.enibrr S show.
CKNEItAL KPN1)
i.oM coin
liold ifrtlflcalci
Silver dollars.
Silver eertlflcales
I'nited States notes
Certified cheeks oil hanks . .
National bank notes
Silver bullion, siibsldlaiy silver
and minor coin . .
Cash In Treasury , , ,
In national hanks . . ..,
Available cash In Treasury and
hanks ...
Peduct current liabilities
Krre balance in Treasury and
banks
Other Treasury aet.. net
Net najonco In general fund
KKSEltVK KPN )
(iold coin and bullion ,
TIIUST PPND
T redeem outstanding certinealea l.M.ija '.n
Grand total cash n.cts In Treasury l,'i4M6l."o
DIVIDEND DECLARATIONS.
lbs.. Use.; under so ids, 1:9110. iced lown.
ilry picked. 6 lbs. 17c; 1 lbt and under, IP-tiT
1 j.?. : scalded. HftlSci old: roosters. Utc:
aouabe, prime white, 1 lbs to no ten, per
doten, K7t; IDS., M.3MTH.M! to vt ine ,
a. to al TTi. l.lllTuina. nnn.. i u
V. I pair, per pair, I1.l
IP
3'
Sllil
to
Nrw Tork wheat prices were :
Open- lllrh. Low. Clos- Prev.
ing. eat. est. Inr. close.
nscember Wi wv
May tH ' '"4 M'
Other wheat markets wero:
Open- High- 1-ow
ing, esi, esi
vilnneapollii
Prcernber
'lay
Inly
Iiuluth:
lie. ember
"I v
Winnipeg:
t'ece mber
Msg
.'ttr, ......
3
17
U
IK
174.
MV4
M'.
s
4
7'
Vt
4S
4
7
MS,
1314
Ml,
Clos- Prov,
Ing. dose
THE MONTREAL MARKET.
lira till an Traction
kil'4
MS
MS
M
rn.ai.n nament
Canadian uemem p -
Crown Reserve -
n.irnlt United Ry
' Dominion steel Corp
71 nnmlnlon Testlle
Illinois Traction pfd
Montreal L H f V
MS Ogllvta Flour Mill
ITS sjurbru Ry Lt A P
Rich A Out Nsv.
:S Hhowinlgaii Vf P
1IU TnrniltO ItallWST
Bid. Asked.
MS 64
MS KK
ft4 0
171 171
70S 7014
40S 0S
slS ,
i n
ns", :is
111 IN
II
DOS III
ins in
1S 131
, 11 Me
:i mi.ifti
3U1 3A)
7:.'.n
u.' .n iv.
.' .11.. 1
...l' 7v1
.H.Il.1,a)J
i-.tii no
la.f.lS,"l
l0J.t'.O..'2
:.ti.' ui
its 3v;,ti:
ns.a:;.:w
4,:i.i'si
1l.fll3,!:i
ll50,Ono.OOH
Company and Term.
American Can. quarterly
Indianapolis street Hall
way, oeml-nunufll
Fidelity nnd Deposit of
Maryland, quarterly .
El Pais Klectrlc, quar
terly El Pasn Klectrlc, semi
annual Superior and Pittsburg
Copper, quarterly ,..
Owen llottle Machine.
American Hnuff, quar
terly American fnuff, extra.
Calumet and Arlaona
Mining, quarterly
American Hank Note,
quarterly
Tennessee Copper, quar
terly New York Htals Hall
ways, quarterly, . ...
New York mate Hall
ways, quarterly, . ,
United Trut'tlon and
llloctrln of New Jar
fey, quarterly
Montgomery Ward, quar
terly American Hnuff. quarterly
Ptk
Pfd
Amt Payable
I S .Inn. :
Jan. 1
4 Dec, It
com 12 Dee. is
pfd 1 Jan. IS
s'e Dee, S3
com 11 1.1 Dec. 10
pfd 1H Jan. 1
com IS Jaji. a
U.E6 Dec. SS
pfd m Jan. 3
76o Dec. SO
prd 1U Jan. !
com 14 Jan, 5
Hi Jan, J
pfd tH Jan 1
com 3 Jan, 2
li. .-ii npp'oac id as jet, as tho 1 mp.tiiv i
llrs: ba I to .. cure the lonsent of the i
stockholder and the Public Serv ci i'om
miss on. but tht-v added that such lliian
dug was piobnbb
The ptic.cds will be used to reli-. JIG.
iii.ii fifin f. t r c n'. note., w inch tnatttre
Pebruarv 15. 1911, and nl.sn to piovlde
for- 1 ,xl ii.loiis. It s said that sto-'k-hohlers
will lie allowed to subserlb at
par to the extent of 20 per cent, or C
per .-tit of their holding" Application
Inr the Issue lias not as yet been made
lo the Public Service I'oiiimissloll, but
will he us soon a" that body npproves
of the N'evv Yotk IMIson Company stock
Issue anil the Astoria Light. Heal and
p vv. r I'onipanv Issue, applications for
h ill vvcie 1, Hide on August 1 last
COTTON MEN FAVOR REFORM.
lixttuitme ximtierB Voir for 'rsv
Miiiiiliirdii.tloii of T pea,
M.iiibiis of tlie fottnu exchange voted
almost niiaiiliinmsly jesterday In favor of
tho reform piograiunie presinted by the
board of inanagets The four proposltlns
mproveil were proposed changes In flic by
laws liaxing to do with new stiiiiilardla
tinu ot typis of cotton and artnnglng of
grade differences 'I he vote on one of
the propositions was 211 to the other
three votis being similar. Tliero ate 450
members of the exchange, many of whom
nr" cotton men of the Hunt hern Stutis
end rurop
Plici most Interesting nrticlo In tlie re
form progi amine from thn popular view
point, xv Inch is annul at unwarranted ex
tension nf credit for cotton speculation,
was not submitted tor vote. It is con
tained in a new- rule passed by the board
of malingers and goes Into effect unto-
math-ally on the dale fixed unlesa objec
tion has been expressed by the inember
Flilp. Nono has been voiced.
.XI 1111 ron.mlta giilcldr on Trnln.
Pilu.APKi.rniA, Peo 4.--A well dressed,
unidentified mnn about an years old com
nilltid sulcldo by shooting last night In
tho rmoMng car of n Pennsylvania Hail
toad train coming from New York to this
city. Ho wan S feet 7 Inches taM.
weighed 140 pounds, hail light hair nnd
was smooth shaven, lln wore a heavy
chinchilla overcoat, black coat, brown
trousers nnd a soft blue shirt.
DAILY FINANCIAL CALENDAR.
Cohen A Co ni.illlll el irer. ol . Inaks .urn
slllls ,.l .'" We-t een,ee.lh st,i-t; hn'ld
fliiie.' The a-.-'ts ate ci.nrit.il al I'
which are 111 po-.ewstou ol the sn.nff
TIIK YAI.K PANTs COM PAN -Judge Holt
his Mipninted ::imuri r: -x rum r.s.i.r,
for the Yale Pauls Coinpanv of 1 llroin'.w.iv
In idaie of William .1 bsrr ubn d.cd on
Peiembcr 1 bond P "", Mr Mem was a
n.rtm-r with Mr Harr
THK I.ITIIOI.I.X COLOR COMPxNV scl.e.1-
lib. in bankruptev ni me i.un.r.-.i . nnr
Coinpanv nf Tl VXe.i Twent.v third street
-how nihilities of JMJi and act. ot i
Th" largest crcht Henry C s. ..ti Id
mxn-.er ul Ihe loiupxny C' for iinuiey
lo..neil
ALKNANliKfl FUNIS .ch.sliiles in bankruptev
of Ahxaiider Unit man if.vun is .hit.- lor
hardware at l' K.i'i Ninth street, show lia
bilities of is1 and a.-it. of Jl "II
HARHIS UI.t'M A sO.'.s selie.uh - 111 bank
ruptcv of Harris Ilium A sons .up ni.tn'i
ta.-tuiers uf .'.1 Wet-lor -met h t I1.1I11I;
in. of it.V): and a.sd- of I? sT".
TIIK STAR JOI'.llINIi IblPSK. lie dealer In
dry and dress guod. at I'ourth .ivcniie.
lia made an assignment to Max Miller The
business nn. .tartrd in .'n-c un and i
Incorporated on n,-tol.- i r.:'i Albeit smith
I. pre.id. nt mil Loin. Kair t t re Hirer
TIIK WALDORF HAT Pit MP. I'll.MI'XNY nf
i: West Third -licit hi- 111.1 ie an .....gniiicnt
to siuimcl sihn-i.y Tin- ..ii.ip.in 1- m
nrpnr.itid on Oinr . I "di with a '-al-.t il
-ti U nf fx 'S .lulltl. Mar-chitK Is prfsldent
PKTKll S CIIASK. dealer ..i clo us. ...ns a d
dress. at .J. I Pii.tcn roiei nn. ni.-inc nn a.
signnient to Sim al W Phillips II' l.-jen
iii, Inisin.'.. on sp-itenitiir I t.t
Al.HKRT STHAl'sS. wholes ilo ile.de. In l"w
elr al .xiaiden i.inc n.-.s iim-.c .-i --iBii
metit to Allien Feite'ifa anger ill b'c.lll
business on Jxnuarj 1. is-''
THE PHILADELPHIA MARKET.
PlIII.AllKII'IIIA, Pec 4 -Time wis 11
tuidencv to iln) to icilrzc mi -pi culatixe
protlts on vi sli tdav t, adxat". c.in.btia
Steel, licneral Asphalt and I'tlibuli Iphl 1
Klectrlc were the inrst a. tixc 1 lie iru.ie
In Philadelphia iacctric was ip.iil.' nti.iin.l
ii and was stnfed to be 01 Pie Inst lie
announcement of suspension of William
1. Hear . Co. had very Utile olTecf upon
the market. There wns some selling of
small odd lots for nccouti! of boiig'it and
sold under the rules. The bond mat Let
was active and there h mud to be a good
demand for bonds. The Hii.unnrv
Open HUh Low tins
SUB-TREASURY STATEMENT.
WEDNESDAY
raid by Hub-Treasury In hanks. . fi.'l'.oon
Paid by banks to Hub-Treasury .. LTtO.OOO
Gained by banka on day'a trims,
actions ists.noo
HI.NCi: l'HIHAY LAST.
Pnld'hy Sub-Treasury to hinka. llJ.S31.Pno
Paid by bunka lo Hub. Treasury SO.SIO.OOO
Loss to banka .
Loss In bunks sains period
vloue week
i
IT.njsoiio
,u77,oini
P.V DIXMDF.ND.
( nmliaii) nnd Term
American llipre.a, qunrtrrlv
Amerti an sureiv, ij uart er 1 j
X'nndalla Itallin.id. annual.
Western Cnniidii Plinir, quarterly
Alabama (Ireat Southern, eeml
annual Horden's Condenae.l Milk, quar
terlv .
Chrseliroiish Manufacturing, quar
terly Che. 1 hough .Maiiufacttirlns. ex
1 ra . .
Chesapeake nnd lihlo, quarterly.
I'hlno Cupper, quarterly..
Unlaw are. Ian liawaiiini und West-
-ni. evira .
K. 1 do Pout do Nemours rowuer,
quartern . . . . . .
Hocking Valley, quarferlv. . . .
Lai kauannii ItHllroad of New
.Irisev, qiiurterlv
Miiks.ieliuseita lllsctrlc, aattil-
..iiiiu'il ....
MerBnll.iiler Linotype. quar.
leilj . ...
Mergenthaler Limit p. eilra.
.Xlontiei.l Cotton, quarterly
Montreal I'littnn. qimrlorU
Nevada Consolidated Copper,
quarterly. . . ,
Nevada 1'unaolldaled Copper,
extra . ,
Pabst Hrewlnit, qunrlrrly .
Itiillway Htfel Springs, quar-
let lx- , , , , , . . . . ,
Ituv 1 0111 illdated, quarterly .
Utah Cupper, quarterly
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rrtlftrats Agreetncat p-ir.'tant to and 111 covpti
tor wtth a reqi .t In s-nttng df Irersd to aoS
filed srtth tho undrriigt-ed sjch Pero-ttanos oa
tht 14th day of Sofrn.bcr. 1011. lod signed
or purporting to to Mgnel In porsnn or by duly
tutno-irel stterrtey Sy the reglitirsd boldoe of
Fsnlrlpatlon CtttlfKtlei. Ho'tsa 1, Ssrtso 2.
oitsa s snd Ssrle. 4, itsuod acd outstanding, uo.
dsr too ahore-mantlonfrt Pirtlctrstlno CVtiflrstt
Agreement, roprenttri mors than tsa pr rest
of tbe srbola nambor of etrial riru repressntod
by all of tha I'.mrlr.tlon Cortifiritea of all four
tertss ueusol an J oulttaoitlni uader uld agree
ment. Date U Cbloago. nUaala. Nosonbor IS. 11.
ADOU'HCS C. BARILSTT.
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CII.XMI.K8 H. nVI.HPRD.
tTHAIlLEtl (1 DAtVES.
AJ Depnoltartoa under sold ParUeigaitoB CorUfl
et Agreeneat.
Yt'hON IIOI.I) COMPANY.
165 Hruailwn). New Vork, Dee. Int. 19 IS
NOTICH iSp ANNl'Al. Ml-.iniNll
Th" Annual Meeting of the .tockholders n
the Vl'KnN HOLD COMPANY, for the elei
Hon of Directors for the en-ulna year, nn
tha transiistl.il. of sucli other business a
may come hef.ire the meeting, will lie h"ll 1,
the office of the compan. car Wlillam-ir
Hurlelgh .X- Mi Loan -I. W-.l. l sue.
A is'j-ta Mull,., .n the lull d . of Jan.,.
KM I u 1 v o ok P M
Tne i-i k- tut th- --..n.f.-r of the -t
of th I'olnpa'i) wl.i e'Oh" nt three n, o. Ii
V XI lift, ... ,. - t I ' '!.! .1 . -.' ipen ' .1
,ir IXIh !.'! '- n-eii lie nrilil idjou' tl.en
of th" mertllK
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1.'. Ain..l.Min.vted
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p. Arizona Com. . .
CX". Unite 11.1l.1k
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Sio Chtni.
IIJ Copper H inge.. .
4". li.dv-We.t
in Kit liutte.. . .
IM Franklin .
lire, ne Can. Ir.e'.,
01 (.rHtiby
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I-i Indian..
l I C Coal
I'.i Kerr Like
Lake Copper . ..
H Nevaua Cons ....
li.l North liutte
old Pomimoii.. .
V. 0.,-eola
. Pond Creek Coal
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ten sn (niton
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v, s m A lljston
' S'lpenor
T 1111 1 rack
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of tl.,- lIoo.-ii-k F..os Hal.roj . .'oii.psiiv 1 1
be he.. I at the offlr of ihe Can. puny .ir.ii.l
1 1 ilillai icriniiid. . " . .
5? I. lay rv.emhvr sth 1P13 .c i:-o. o' lock
noon, fo- th" purp'is" of electing a nortro 01
I ui r. r -r th" ensiim vrsr "'in r nr
tratisacMui of su h n Inr 1 irlners 111 may
pr..p. rl (sxm- i-ef'te ...11 meeting
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lux Cambria Mesl . 4:x
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pai line . . .
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I.Wl.t.LMIMM h.MI.IIICAIHlN I'D.
li.. II-,-ue a New York 1". ..1 rjl
OPAIlTUItl.V DIVll.LNl. Nil 41 AND
I'.NTKA DIVIDKND
The lute. 1 T l ih" i.'iggenheliii Utplur
Hon Company have this d. de ired u'.si
leri) illvlil.lid Three per ,.i.t ij ,1 0
Seventh live con'- l7f 1 p,-r sli.ire, .1,1 ih"
i.ipll.il slock ismi" of Ill's empii ..i.J 1111
extri dividend "f Two , .-eill 1 2 r 1 "
Fifty tents '.''in. 1 per .h.rc psabie .l.tnunr
Xli'l till to stockholder uf f..rd at thrre
o'c.ock In th" afternoon or Dtciuntr 1 -tl
193 Th" t' 'ks fin the tral.sf"' of the stock
of tip- C.inp.nv wl'.l clii." ... M.rce o'co.-l
P. M.. D"xeml.er 12tl. and reopen I'eceinbe.
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li.iv state One
liiihe.i.'.a
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Calaveras '
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Cons Arizona
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Fir' N.nional
c.oliltlfld Cons
La ltoe Cm.
Malestic
Xlexn ..11 Metal. . .
Nevada Pn.u'ax
New llllll'' . .1
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Iff. ttroadw-sy, N.'w Vork. U" 1st 19U
DIVIDLND N' 1"
Th" Dire, lure of the Yukon Hold Cnmpui
have thl d"l" de. hired a ijuarler.v dll.delld
oil the lulled ..'.pltal st'ji-k uf the ."MIIP".
al the rate uf MX per eat I " r ' per iinllillli
or .e.eil ..ml .ine-lliiif cents ,'7'jC.. p"r
share, rer qu.irter, ileslglioted dlvl.lei.t
is ,n,.l. lieienit'.r 31sl. I"'IS t 1 a. '.stock
hol.le's of reioid ..t 8 i" ock P M ll'.ein
her l.th. 1 '13 The hooks for the 'rnr.ofe.
of the .lock of Ibo Coinpanv ni I ch.se at I
o cloi k P M. December l.'ili ,iml ori.
Docember lih. 1911
CHA.s. IC. LIP.M N femtorr
TM:m7.;T.s ruMfixi.
A qtlurler! dividend of one nlld three
quarters per lent lies hi "li .lee! . i"1 upon
me l'referf'1 st"'k of tils .i.iup'.ii) pay
Khl. Jaiiiiarv 2nd. IftJ- ,florlxti.' I"-"."'
recent al the clu ef huslnesr. l.'e"lbr
lull 1J13 Trnti.fer Iljuks icniuln open
cnc.k, 1n.1i.ed n u )SJMn?
we. retur and Treasurer
THE CHICAGO MARKET.
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kit xciih iricKiilar. but with small nd
xnncces pr. .liitnluntiiig Illinois Ilrick
nilvanccd a pulnl. vvhlln Chicago Hull
xviiys IhI ccrtnlcatcs vvern ' higher.
The Cim Issiicm relUvted the weakness In
Him New V.uk market, The suinmuiy:
Open High' Iaiw Clcn-
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in.1C.1rn Pr illg Jt .1
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1IS Illinois Pruk .. . .;.' 1..'
I.i .Sal His.'iill H''li Hi'ss
2;. Natluual 1 annul . ....
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f.'.'i Peoples ti l. rls P, IJliiPj
. Itoehiick .171.'. 17'. 17M,
i:5 StrecCs .stai.ie car. j , ; ,
r swiii a i o p'Ss, pbi,
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lij I'nlnn Carbide ..5'Jl". 502
TIIK HUM AN PDM F.lt COXIPANV
71 HH.IVDVXAV. Ni;X YOPK N )
V qjH.ierlx .llvldei i "t ' ' ' " an I three
uusrteis per cent il, H ha. been dorUrel
UP...I th. 1 Prefeireil eto, k uf The Montana
I r.ir.eJ'M'rifril'or.ferVM s,o WW the
elos. of b...lneo... ,iT,)V.!r
iur. xiiiM-,NA li ivvi.it iivii;an.
I ; 1 int. .x 11 vv .v NI V .'HK N
Qinilteliy .lividend uf one half of nn
r.r .ei't . V- h.s he.,, d '-'arfd upon tha
l-oinlli.'l. Slock " Tho Muntslia Power (.Otn
lp.11" pial.l" .lai.uury . in 4 n. holders or
I I'ouimun Sto.k appearing ;'f record and en
tilled la sham In dividends .it tho clooe ol
! nusiiu'.s im '''7l'A,Treror.
Tin: m:i.WAni: ia'rMi i ompanv
New Xork. .Noxemtier 2'. IMS.
A quarterly dividend of TVV11 AND ONlv
,'........ I'l'ii i'CA'T un the caoltal
-litoi'k l' llil. company win be paid . at th
I ofi.ee of the company. Ml Nassau Street. I 1
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113. .. Stockholder, of record at close ot
business to .lay .
It, oider of tho Hoard of Mansgero.
I'll Mll.F.S VVALKllIl. Treaiurer.
TKNN Kssr.K "t lllTKIt cqMl'ANT.
New rk City Decembor S, tile
Ipa. . The Hoard or lureotors nave mi. nj ..e.
.'7 ! dared a quaiterly dlvld.nl '"'M.
ptoek of Ihls Company of I llllKr. Pl.H
l'.vV. I CUNT ITS Cents per shire, p.yjbla on
J,V)H ' Drcenit."V :0th, tsi.' .H'kl...l.leie of
record at the rloso of ininneoo n ixoui.sa....
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Absence nf Large II 11 in at .
The roppei marUt )tei.luv c.intlnue.1
quiet, with a x-aried lango nf prices In
evidence There was nn entire aPrenco of
large buying, and transactions that did
ocur wen, generalP' crcilH.sl to dealers
and h.s'i'iid (Hindu Tin' lu'lcr Interests
sold the met il . s nv as III routs .a
ti.ii.id The large agencies nto holdlii"
Urn. tie l 4 dills end njt ektelMl-
wiling theinselvis to Uo bualneeu
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