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THE SUN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1916.
r REPORTS OF U-BOAT
TENSION HIT COTTON
Quotations Arc Driven Down
$1 a Bale by Heavy Offer
ing of Contracts.
HANI' STOPS ARE NIPPED
Traders Await tT. S. Ginning:
Report, Out To-4ay and
Crop Estimate Monday.
Washington advices retarding the
r'bott controversy with Germany
shitted cotton quickly yesterday after
teen and contracts were offered in such
vehtme as to drtre quotatlona approxl
saahrlr It a bate below the day's high
pais. Last prices were about the low
est ef the day, 10 to 24 points below
Wednesday's close, with the market
The quick decline caught man atop
lass orders. Cotton, In ft m future, has
teen left to take care of Itself by heavy
operators, and thero was hardly ft hand
earned to stop the downward trend.
The morning and afternoon sessions
ranted from quiet nt the start to steady
during the late morning and afternoon.
Trading was particularly dull at the
cpenlng. Trices showed declines of i to
J points from Wednesday's close, but
this was considered favorable In view
ef the rather sharp decline In Liverpool.
Southern commission houses sold and
there was some hedge selling. Wall
Street and commission houses purchased
Buyers became more aggreastv as the
heavy offerings of Liverpool were fully
aUorbed and this late forenoon advance
curled prices 3 to points net higher.
Western buying wan said to havo been
Inspired by the Curtis estimate of 10,
111,000 bales. Prices continued to rule
steady In the early afternoon until the
reselling wave of the last few minutes
wiped out all gains.
AU eyes In the cotton trade are on the
Census Bureau's estimates. The report
to be Issued this morning la expected to
show approximately (00,000 bale ginned
from November 1 to December 1, bring
ing to 10,215,000 bales the total cotton
tinned to December 1. This would com
pre with 9,702,000 bales ginned to De
cember 1 last year, when the total crop,
Including Unters, turned out about 11.
The Government's estimate of the
crop's site will be Issued next Monday at
2 o'clock. Queesea on It vary from 10,
COO.000 to 12,000,000 bales.
The disposition of the trade haa been
to cue up on heavy deala pending the
publication of these reports. One par
ticular feature of the trade haa been
thit the spot cotton trend In Southern
centres haa shown no disposition to fol
low future flurries. It 'continues steady
at generally unchanged prices, with lit
tle cotton on the market
The nervous break In the late after
noon was emphasised by the compara
tively wide range the quotatlona fol
lowed. The day's exports were M7S
lans of prices- Wednee-
Open. High. Low. Close, day.
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October it.lt ll.M 11.57 1S.J9-4J 11 hi
Local tpot market nulet and 10 points
lever, at not (or middling upland: salei.
all: delivered on contract. tfO bales,
southern ipot markets and ealea:
Galveston quiet, unchanred. Xc.t I.04T.
im" 0rlelul ,,e,dTi unchanged, iiac:
Mobile nominal, unchanred. 19.11a '
Mvsnnih nominal, unchanred. sovic.
Charleston steady, unchanred. IStic; lt.
Wilmington steady. ie. up, lHc.
Norfolk steady II p. higher. 133c: 014.
Baltimore nominal, unchanred. 19.W-.
Annuls steady, unchanred. M.Mc: Ml.
Memphis steady, unchanred. SJc.: in.
P,0.?,"U steady. M p. lower. M.IOc.: t,W.
Uttle Bock Heady, unchanred. 20c.
ltt Ijit Pretent
Week. Teer. Btork.
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H.41I ST.nO 1.M.I17
'w York.'.'.'.'.'.', 'a
Union J IK
t gijccnoxg airoMtrMog
TO THE RTOOXHOrHEBS OF THK
FABMERS' LOAN AND TBCST
Notice Is hereby given tht ft Special
Meeting of the Stockholders of Tho
Farmers' Loan and Trust Company Is,
by authority of the Board of Directors
of said Company, hereby called to be
held at the Office of said The Farmers'
Loan and Trust Company, at Number
Twenty-two William 8trect, in the
Borough of Manhattan. City. County
nd Btate of Now York, on the 22nd
y of December. IU16, at twelve
o clock noon of snld day.
Tho object of nald meeting Is:
(1) To authorize the reduction
In the number of shares of tho
Capital Stock of said Corporation
from Forty Thousand Shares of
tho par value of Twenty-five Dol
lars each to Ten Thousand Shares
of the par value of One Hundred
(2) To tako such other action an
may properly com before linld
meeting In relation to the pro
posed reduction In the number of
Khnrcs of the Capital Stock of
Dated, New York. December 7. 1916.
. KDWW 8. MAHSTON,
rncsmnNT of tub farmers' loan
AND TItUST COMPANY.
AUaUSTUH V. HEELY.
SEortllTAHY OF TUB FAHUEIlSr LOAN
AND TItUST COMPANY.
NOTICE IS HF.nEDr OIVE.V that the
annual meeting; of the Stockholders of the
M Jtoblnion. Norton Company, lncor
PoratPd, will b held at the office of the
company. No, 71 Leonard Street, In the
."I J,',w r'- Oountr of New York.
of I'rcember. lilt, at eleven o'clock In the (
"...mmii, ,ur purpose ai eieciine iiirvs
utrectora for the eneulnc year and two
inip.itora of election, to aerve at the nest
annual meetlnc, and for the transaction of
urn other builneia as mar properly come
Lefure laid meeting. I'olls will remain
Pen from eleven o'clock In the forenoon
until twelve o'clock noon. The Tramfer
iiooka will be cloaed from the tnlrtleth
rtey of November. 1111. to the twenty-ilith
y of December, Hit.
Hated, N.w Tork, the drat day of De
tember, 11. r
W. II. WOUIIN1NO, Secretary.
To Hi. tork held era i
NiiTlCK la hereby given that the annual
reein 0f ii,, etockholders of the SHOItK
'1NK KI.ECTSJIC HA1LKOAU COM FAN V
be held In the office of the Secretary
vf the company, Moom . Grand Central
Termlnnl, New Yerk, N. Y.. en Thursday,
I'ernnber 14th. lti. at 1JS o'clock noon.
or the vurpoae of electing a Board of Di
rector, and three Inepevtors et Klectlan,
ant for the traaaaeUoa ef aa etker baal-
-"-hiwii axaaa a o.
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M. Leillt. 7,714 .... lui ttu?
..V.. 721 vCablee-jBot cotton hartenlnri
KSiiir! J'JJ.' specnlatlen and eiport, aooj
iV2.!i.. dd.11Uf nPlnd. td. runres openM
ItliV.".'. J ? 14 P,nU declines cloned
itim i, :r "Tfl"rfeoruarr. aiarcn
i-Pti.' ;lV Wsy-Juae, 11.HJ July.Aufut,
lernt firm; cloth., fr bulue.t.
Orleans Cotton Market.
7.ZTZ ,.a?"J lat niiddie of the eaeiton
cotton declined ihartfr about It a bale under
ill 2f --fmp'lSat,on wl,h Oermanr
?illht ArW!i Mucn lonir Mn ws
iSr?A.n f wb0 .rjL.nd "ferlnrs of, short
cotton nerun. 1 1 stb i rin.. i i
.in iu.i o; ii to ro polnte, Futuree:
. . . Cloelnr
January ",'.".' n.7
arcn , m.m
BUY PAItM DETROIT STOCK.
CfcaasUer Co. Get 91,000,000 of
T Per Coat. Iseae.
Chandler A Co. innniinr.A k.t
they have purchased II, 000,000 of 7 per
cent, cumulative nr.f.rr. mtnflt ur
tlO, ef the Paige Detroit Motor Car Com
pany, tm atocK Is redeemable at par and
accrued dividends at the rate ef (100,000
annually, beginning January 1, 1018.
ii. m, jewett, president ef the company,
laid that for the thirteen month! ended
December II. 11 B. ttta n.t inr.m. .ii.
able for dividend! was 1000,755: for ten
m knlh. wAJl ,v...t.B n . ...... .
The tin months' operations ehow net earn-
- y. iiiuiw hiiKii iniric.n lime! 111!
annual preferred dldlvend requirement!.
EX DIVIDEND TABLE.
Iirooklyn napld Tranitt
Carter William Co
Central Leather pf
Equitable III. Oa
llllnoln nrlck extra
La Uelle Iron Werks pf
La Dell Iron Work pf, aceum
Mackav Co pf
McKlnley-Dar-Pav Wlnr Co
Woolworth, T W
Yukon Qold Mining
American Woolen. ,
American Woolen pf
Coeden Oil aa'.
Coiden Oil 0 extra
llarrlion Droi & Co, Ine
Illinois Central I. I
Maxwell Motor lit pf
Maxwell Motor id pf
National Hnm Btamp pf....... .
National Surer Ilennlnc...,.
Oklahoma Prod A Itef
Pltte. rt W ft Chi rtd
l'ltti. Ft W St Chi epd rtd ,.
Tonopah Bxten Mlnlnz
Tonopah Exten Mlnlnr, extra
Duffalo A ftuequehanna
Buffalo It Bnaquehanna pf
Col Fuel A Iron pf eccum
American Car A Foundry
American Car A Foundry extra....
American Cer A Foundry pf,.,.,,.
Northern ripe Line
South reno oil ,
South Penn Oil extra
Old Dominion of Main
Ilrooklrn Union Oa
Brooklyn Union Oa extra
QUIET IN SANTO. D0MIN00.
aovernaieat Beaaaaee Payaaeats
After Several Moathe SospensloB.
Banto Dominoo Citt, Dee. 7. The
situation Is now quiet In Santo Domingo,
where American military rule was pro
claimed last month.
Payments by the Government, which
were suspended for several months on
nccount of the retention of publlo funds
by the American officials, have been re
sumed. Federal Dyestuff
& Chemical Corp.
Market on N. Y. Curb
25 Bmd Street, New York
Mens J708J709JI82 fW.
light Sold Quettd
lnform:thn sn rrftui
G. S. FOSTER A CO.
25 Broad Strpet New Yeck
Phone Broad 1750
& Chemical Corp.
Leonard, Evitts & Co-
INVESTMENT STOIK? AND I0NDS
50 Broadway, N.Y. fhem St52 Irotsj
Gold Mining Co.
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Mm Extetiti at Iht Mark
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Stocks and Bonds
Direct Private Wire to Boston
SO BROAD STREET, NEW YORK
Tel. 4618 Broad.
19 CONGRESS ST., BOSTON
SpedalUts In "Coppers" and Curb
Issues Weekly Letters
Special Letters Reports
Sent on Request
This week's letter contains In
teresting information and sugges
SILVER KING CONS.
Have Your Name on Our Mail
Field Facilities Meet Every In
vestment and Speculative Re
STEEL TOOL CO.
Plant In Philadelphia
A iubildliry hu ncrired large orders
from V. a. Uavernmeat, Bethlehem
HI eel Co.. Baldwin l-ecometlre
Works, Hun flhlpbulldlng Co..
Mldeale Bteel Ce.. etc.
IJitrd and aetlvelj traded la
en New Yerk Curb Market.
Dttertptttt Circular on rfuejl.
Fanning, Buck & Co.
07 Kscbant Place, New Tork.
Tele. Hector e8S&-0A6-eM7-Sg!)-CSS0
American Cranamls 2t 1
American Cy.namlil if sx ci
Uy-ProJucu Coke K: 1S
Hr-rroducti Coke rlshte 17 H'i
Caieln Co of America St il
Davlmn Chemical in 13
Dow Chemical Z10 HO
Dow Chemical nr 93 101
Rleetro lllr.ichlnc : 51"
rtiUr.il Chemical 81 I?
Kederal Chemical pf I"l 103
Kreeport Tca Sulphur (So C0i
Kreeport Tex Sulphur tlft piMSS
llrawclll Chemlcil :90
llarrl-on Droi ISO
Harrlaon Uro. pi S 100
Hooker Electro Chetnlcal I)
Hooker Electro Chemical pf. . . l 5
Kentucky finlvay ITS
Matheeon Alkali 10: 110
Mathe.on Alkali pf 10 110
Merrlmao Chemical 130 14
Multord Co II K (1 7
Mutual Chemical ISO
Nlasara Alkali pf 100 101
Penn Salt life: Co 100
Rollln Chemical .
Itollln Chemical pf 101
Hemrt Kolvay Co 100 .10
Kmlth Aarlcultural Chemical.. .. 13j
Solvay l'rocen 4 30
Htanilarrt Chemical of ntti. . . .110 1J0
Union Sulphur lltOO ..
PERE MARQUETTE RAILROAD COMPANY.
Announcement Is made that securities have been subjected to the Plan and Agreement of Reorganization
dated October 30, 1916, to approximately the'following amounts, viz.:
$3,765,000 FLINT & PERE MARQUETTE 6s
more than 94 of the amount outstandings
$983,000 FLINT & PERE MARQUETTE 4s
more than 98 of the amount outstanding!
$359,000 FLINT & PERE MARQUETTE TOLEDO DIVISION 8s
more than 90 of the amount outstanding
$3,003,000 FLINT & PERE MARQUETTE PORT HURON DIVISION 8a
r.-.cc than 90 of the amount outstanding!
$2,797,000 FLINT & PERE MARQUETTE CONSOLIDATED 8a
more than 98 of the amount outstanding!
$5,477,000 CHICAGO & WEST MICHIGAN 5s
more than 95 of the amount outstanding)
$1,594,000 CHICAGO & NORTH MICHIGAN 5s
more than 95 of the amount outstanding!
$5,114,000 DETROIT, GRAND RAPIDS & WESTERN 4s
more than 95 of the amount outstanding!
$638,000 PERE MARQUETTE OF INDIANA 4s
more than 94 of the amount outstanding!
$1,000,000 SAGINAW, TUSCOLA & HURON 4s
100 of the amount outstanding!
$12,774,000 PERE MARQUETTE REFUNDING 4s
more than 91 of the amount outstanding!
$1,200,000 PERE MARQUETTE 'SHORT TERM 6 NOTES
100 of the amount outstanding!
$7,443,000 PERE MARQUETTE 6 COLLATERAL TRUST NOTES
more than 93 of the amount outstanding!
$3,296,000 PERE MARQUETTE 6 FIVE YEAR DEBENTURES
more than 65 of the amount outstanding!
$18,209,000 PERE MARQUETTE PREFERRED AND COMMON STOCKS
more than 69 of the amount outstanding.
The time for holders of Certificates of Deposit for PERE MARQUETTE CONSOLIDATED MORTGAGE
4 BONDS to dissent from the Plan has not yet expired, but there are on deposit J8.213.000 of said bonds,
more than 98 of the amount outstanding, In respect of which no such dissent has been filed.
In view of the large deposits under the Plan and Agreement find to afford all classes of security holders
full opportunity to obtain the benefits thereof, the Reorganization Managers have extended the time for de
posits, for making payments, and for delivery of Application Certificates under the Plan and Agreement until
the close of business on DECEMBER 16. 1816. and the time for filing application Forms and making the re
quired payments In respect thereof until the close of business on DECEMBER 29, 1916. Attention Is called
to the provisions of the Plan and Agreement whereby the new Prior Preference Stock urust certificates) and
Common Stock (trust certificates) offered to depositors (in respect of which Subscription Warrants shall not
have been issued). MUST be allotted to holders of Application Certificates makinc application therefor: after
such allotment it will be Impossible to permit depositors of REFUNDING MORTGAGE BONDS. COL-
LATERAL TRUST NOTES, DEBENTURES AND STOCK to obtain Subscription Warrants. As under the
nan ana Agreement tne oniy peneiu accruing to uepositors or collate. kal, tkust notes, DEBEN
TURES AND STOCK is the right to purchase New Stock (trust certificates), the holders of such securities
are notified that THEIR RIGHT TO PARTICIPATE IN THE PLAN AND AGREEMENT CEASES AT
THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON DECEMBER 16. 1916. '
Dated, New York, December 7, 1916.
ROBERT WINTHROP &
We own and offer at par
The Hunter Arms Co., Inc.
(Manufacturers of the L. C. Smith Shot Guns)
1 CUMULATIVE PREFERRED STOCK
FULLY PAID AND NONASSESSABLE. CALLABLE AT 110.
PAR VALUE $100 PER SHARE.
CAPITALIZATION: Preferred $250,000 Common $500,000
Registrar, Empire Trust Company, New York City.
This Company Is the manufacturer of the famous (
L. C. Smith firearms, the plant at Fulton, N. Y., belnf the
largest of its kind In the world.
In the twenty-seven years in whleh they have been In
business this Company has paid in dividends over 11,000,
000. The earnings for 1916 are estimated to be $30,000
net, and for 1917 they should be $50,000 net. This takes
into consideration increasing business and additions to
plant, and is two and one-half .times the dividend on this
preferred stock. This estimate is considered very conser
vative. This issue will be a prior Hen on all the property and
assets of the Company, exclusive of labor and materials,
and will be used to retire the $150,000 of Bonds now outstanding-
and to take care of the Increasing business. The
$500,000 Common Stock is all closely held by the Hunter
The abere Information, while net guarantees, kas keen
obtained from source whleh we t.lteve to be reliable.
We recommend these shares for conservattvw Investment.
Subscriptions snay bo sent to tho unelerslgnoel.
Circular on request
Colonial Securities Company
115 Broadway, New York City
Subscriptions Received for
ParUcular$ on Reque$t
J. A W. SELIGMAN & CO.
Oil Up 15c.
rennerlranla Crude Oil rerently efl
ranced lao per barrel to 12.73, the
Highest Price in Years
niftier prlrm for Crude Oil mean hUh
rr prlrn for aaaollne. Thli auurci
Inrrrucd earnlnc for
which mansfaetnrea awoUae rraea Its
own natural a production. This com
pany li now earnlna S 7 5.000 net per
rear with property only 3 derdopra.
Small capltallntlon SI. 600.000.
fV ur a Immediate puretuut
of Mi thmret mround tl.tS.
Aettre market New Yerk Curb.
Fvll informaHon en rreueif for
A. S. Mitchell & Company
M Broadway, New Yerk City.
'l'hon$ Broad 19)3.
EUGENE V. R. THAYER
PLAN AND AGREEMENT
To the Holders of t '
Certificates of Deposit of Central Trust Company of New
York, as Depositary under said Plan and Agreement, for
First Preferred Stock, Second Preferred Stock and Com
mon Stock of The Wheeling and Lake Erie Railroad
First Consolidated Mortgage Four Per Cent. Gold Bonds
of said Company issued under its Deed of Trust dated
September 1, 1899, to The Mercantile Trust Company;
First Preferred Stock, Second Preferred Stock and Com
mon Stock of said Company, and
Unsecured Claims against said Company I
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that holders of the Certificates of
Deposit above mentioned ore required to pay ON OR BEFORE DECEM
BER 8, 1918, to Central Trust Company of New York, the Depositary
under said Plan and Arreement, for the Reorganization Managers there
under, the sum of $27 for each share of stock (whether First Preferred,
Second Preferred or Common) of The Wheeling and Lake Erie Railroad
Company represented by their respective Certificates of Deposit.
Holders of such Certificates of Deposit desiring to avail themselves of
the advance on aeeount of such payment, of $15 for each share of such
stock represented by their Certificates of Deposit, must pay on or before
December 8, 1916, the sum of $12 for each such share of stock. The re
maining $16 for each such share will be advanced to them and applied to
complete the payment of said aum of $27 for each such share; such ad
vance to be repaid on or before six months from December 8, 191C, with
interest from said date at the rate of six per cent, per annum and to bo
secured by tho shares of stock of the New Company to which the holders
of such Certificates of Deposit become entitled under the Plan upon mak
ing such payment in full.
Holders of such Certificates of Deposit who desire to avail of the
privilege of subscribing for and purchasing $32.13 par value of the Prior
Lien Stock of the New Company for each share of stock of The Wheeling
and Lake Erie Railroad Company represented by their Certificate of De
posit, as provided in tho Plan and Agreement, must make such subscrip
tions at the time of making the payment abovo mentioned, and also make
in respect of such subscriptions' the initial payment of $10 for each share
of such Prior Lien Stock subscribed for by them.
Certificates of Deposit for stock must be presented at the time of the
payments above required, for the endorsement thereon of evidence of
such payments and of evidence of the subscriptions, if any, for Prior Lien
Stock of the New Company.
Additional deposits of the above mentioned securities and claims will
be accepted UNTIL AND INCLUDING DECEMBER 8, 1916. Such addi
Hona I deposits of stock will be received only on condition that holders of
Certificates of Deposit therefor make, on or before the date above men
tioned, payment as above provided, of $27 for each share of stock de
posited by them, without any further notice or call therefor.
November 16, 1916.
BTR.n. CtlTCIIEON TAYLOR.
KUHN, LOEB & CO.,
hunky w. ifKoiti:-T. BLAIR A fXi .
PERE MARQUETTE RAILROAD
To Holders of Certificates of Deposit for Refunding Mortgage
Four Per Cent Bonds Issued under the Agreement dated
April 8, igia.
The Reorganisation Managers under the 'Plan and Agree
ment of Reorganization dated October 30, 1916, have announced
that more than 91 of tho Refunding Mortgage Four Per Cent.
Bonds ore subject to tho Said Plan and Agreement and have
extended until tho close of business on DECEMBER 16, 1016
the time within which holders of Certificates of Deposit for said
bonds may make payments and receive Subscription Warrants
as provided in said Plan and Agreement.
The undersigned Committee desires to call to your attention
Prevnil'nff market prices the MINIMUM RIGHT OF
PURCHASE accorded tinder the Raid Plan and Agreement to dc
0fot?.rs,?i.1V;0?ndinK.MortSafre Uond3 has a CONSIDERABLE
CA?,HVALJJE nml therefore to tho extent that holders do not
avoil themselves of such rights they should dispose of tho same
in the- market BEFORE THEY BECOME VALUELESS
through the expiration of tho time within which such richts
may be exercised.
Dated, New York, December 8, 1916.
FREDERICK STRAUSS, Chairman
GORDON ABBOTT. v-nalrman.
FRANKLIN Q. BROWN,
F. N. B. CLOSE,
F. J. LISMAN.
We are offering a limited
number, of shares of ths
Josevig - Kennecott
t $1.00 per Shara
A prevsn copper property of 440
aerei. Trial shipment showing
41.6 copper ore. Glancs snayi
Opinions of well known tDtlnstrs
snd men whote word cannot bs
questioned ipealc of it si a prop
erty at valuable at Kennecott.
Capitalization ii moderate and th
money railed by the subicription
offering is to be uied in active de
velopment and to provide (hipping
Full Information on reque$t,
Carroll Felter & Co.
SrcurlflM Sn-rlci" .Spal(tr.
74 Broadway, N. Y. fJS2
Branch PHILADELPHIA. BOSTON.
Oflices UALTIMOIU:, WILMINGTON.
t We accepted subscriptions
on this issue with the con
viction that prices would
be much higher when it
reached tho public market
Recent developments lead
us to believe thnt it will
sell at much higher prices.
COLEMAN & REITZE
80 Broad Street, New York
Boston and Philadelphia
Important favorable developments
now pending, aavlse Immediate
purchase ol ibis stock.
S. G. FOX & CO.
50 Broad St., New York
and Lake Erie
Reorganization Manage t
CENTRAL TRUST COMPANY OF NEW YORK,
It Wall Street. New York Cltr.
Initial shipments 'expected
within sixty day.
We advise Immediate pur
chase at the market.
Send for Lateit Information
G. W. FIELD
50 Broad Street, New Yerk
TrI. 46I8 Broad
19 Congress St., Boston
Direct PrtTato Wlrn to Boston
FleM Facilities Meet Every Inrtstment
and Speculative Requirement
Owns 4o acres mineral lands In Alaska's
Krratest copper tie-It. now producing the
nrhiit cupper values at lowest producing
coma in thii world.
This Cninpany Is now making trial
ehlpment to tho Tamma Bmeltor. Kstl.
mated away i.hiiuld return approilmately
mio poumN nf copper from each too. uf
2,000 iKiumls of oro.
About M)() tons of this high grade ore
s tlKiiri'il ai available at present time for
limntslljito shipment. The Installation of
aerial tramway will he commenced shortly,
A cnusrratlo ctllmato of tho urj Iwllm
W.'fi .'" r-rl shows cupper values of Two
Million MnlUrn In Kliht.
The men managing this enterprise aro
canaille, each having a history of succexe
ful nivnnipihhinents, The organization of
thu Company Is ninsertallvo; Its Internal
nlraln htisliuvutikii in every respect.
l-rlnr to Hn In the stuck on the New
vnrk Curh vie will accept auhscrlpllons at
SI.00 (Par Value) tier aharr. The allot,
mriit of stock It limited anil Immediate
Bi llon Is stiKWstcd.
Circular, map, t'c, mtlUi upon rrfunf.
Specialist in Thit Stock
25 Broad St. New York
Ttltphone Broad 6141,
DIVIDKNlm ANII INTRHEST.
Ct'BA TANK St'llAK COltl-ORATION
Preferred Hlwk nitldeml.
A quarterly dividend of (1,73 per there
nan i in- uuy ien iivt'iiireii upon tne rre
ferred Himk nf this Corporation, for tin
miarler en. Una- December list, mi tv
able January iinil. 1917, to Htockhsldere of
record at the close nf business December
ijib, me. ii. r. iwiuir.n, Treasurer.
December let,. 11.
We advise the Immediate
This stock will shortly be listed i
on tho New York Curb Wc pre
dict a very activo market in this
Perry, Winckler &Co.
62 Broadway, New York.
'Phont Breti 3)!S
Holders of Certificates of Deposit
of Central Trust Company of New
York for Preferred Stockt
Holders of Certificates of Deposit
of United States Mortgage and
Trust Company for Common
Notice la hereby given that the
Preferred Stock and Common Stock
of International Mercantllo Marine
Company havo been listed on tho
New York Stock Exchange, and that
announcement hns been mado that
the above mentioned Certificates of
Deposit will bo stricken from the
List on Monday, DECEMBER 11,
The Plan and Agreement of Read
justment dnted August 1, 1916, hav
ing bean consummated, holders of
said Certificates of Deposit, upon
the surrender thereof, properly en
dorsed in blank, to tho Depositary
which issued the snme, nnd upon the
payment to said Depositary of tho
sum of $1.00 for each share of stock
represented thereby, will bo entitled
to receive definitive certificates for
stock to the nmount and of the char
acter specified in their Certificates
of Deposit so surrendered.
Holders surrendering Certificates
of Deposit and desiring stock certifi
cates in the same name ns thnt borne
by the surrendered Certificates of
Deposit will not bo required to pro
vide transfer tax stomps; if stock
certificates aro required in a differ
ent name, tho surrendered Certifi
cates of Deposit MUST BEAR
THE TRANSFER TAX STAMPS
REQUIRED BY THE LAWS OF
Dated, New York, December 8, 1916.
J.Mi:s N. WALLACE. Chairman,
HIUDKKH K W. xt'OTT,
CILWII.Kh II. F.AII1N.
ITrfrrrril Mmk Committee.
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WILLIAM l .N ANTWERP,
t'mninim Min k ( ommlttrr.
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IATi:i MOKTIiAliK 6 1'Klt CF.NT.
tilll.lt IIUMIS - nf KNOXVII.I.K
KAII.WAY AMI I.IIillT COMPANY.
l'uriuant tn t hi" iirnMrlnnn of th" rnort
caK or trie Knnxvlll Hallwy utnl Unlit
Cump.iny to The Standard Trutt Company
of Nfw Torlt, oa Trut, dated September
1, 1905, notice ! hereby siren that the
Knoxvllle Hallway and l.tuht Company haa
determined to pay off and discharge all of
the Con-olldated Morteuce I I'er Cent. Qold
llonda (benrlnc numbers from 1 to :, In
clusive, and from 1791 to 8000. Inolualve)
thereby tecurrd and wlilch lire nutatandlnic
thereunder, on th lint dav of March. 1S1T.
by poyment of th face vaIuo of the bond
and li ft premium thereon tocelher with
all tntereit accrue 1 on the fume nnd unpaid
on the aali llrat day of March, 1917, upon
preeentatlon. aurrender nnd d-ltvery of audi
bonds together Kith nil unpaid nnd tl un
matured coupons thereto uppertalnlnr, to
the Uuarenty Truet Company of New York,
the aucccaaor Truetee under the enld mort
gage, at tta office, Np. 140 llroadway. In
the City of New York, nnd hereby requires
that the aaM horuU hn presented for re
demption and pa)iuent at the aald time and
place After the eal.l first day of Xlarch.
1917. all Interest on the oforeiald bonds
Dated, December 1. 1911.
KNOXV1LLK KAII.WAY AND XJOHY
COMPANY. By C. J. Plemtn4T, Secretary.
CITY OF ITHACA, N. Y.
itda Called for Itetiempjtlen
Pursuant to a resolution adopted by the
Hoard of Publlo Works and by the Com
mon Council et th City of Ithaca. N. 7..
notice Ji hereby given to the holders of
City of Ithaca IViT. water bonds. Series
"P Not. 1 to :t Inclusive, 11,000 saoh. that
the same are called for payment and re
demption on Jantrary 1st, 1917. rn aooor
dance with the option provided and con
tained In tall bonds, and that Interest
thereon will ceaie end determine on and
after the date above specified.
notice is runner given to present said
bonds, with Interest coupons thereto at
tached, for payment at the office of the
Union Trust Ctuntany of New York, 90
llroadway. New Yortc City, together with
proper aselgnment and uuthorlzatlon for
transfer and rKlstratlcn t ths Sinking
Fund Commission, rty nf Ithscn,
v. u, ki.iik, nty cierx.
Dated. Ithaca. N. Y. November 1. 1919,
niVIDKMIS AND INTKIIF.ST.
srniNnrini.n iiaiiavay a i.iout
Preferred Stuck Dividend No. t.
New York. December I, 1111,
The Hoard of Directors has this day As.
clared the Hlrhth Consecutive Quarterly
Dividend of One nnd Thrcr.iiuarteri per
Cent, on the Preferred fitock of the Spring
field. Ilallwuy & Light Company, pnyabln
January !, 1917, to the preferred Btock-
noiasrs or recora as nr sue cinse or Busi
ness December IS, 11M, Hunks for the
trantfer of the I'referrel Ktack of the
Company will not he cod.
j iH.Miii.i,, Treasurer,
nutiher Cooils Manufacturing Co.
The Hoard of Directors of the Rubber
Moods Manufacturing Company hat this
day declared from tho net rarnlnre of tha
Company the 71at regular (iiivrterly divi
dend of One and Three. fourths per cent
IH.C4) on the Preferred rilnck, payable
December IMh, IS 10, to stockholders of
record at the close of liuslnett. on Monday,
December 11th, IMC. Chicks will bs
mulled to register,, 1 aiMre....,
r.. J, llATIlint.Vi:. Treasurer,
New York, December Till, 19l.
1IROOKI.YN It APID THANSIT COMPANY,
New York, November 87th, 1911.
The Hoard of Directors lint thli day de
clared a nuarierly dividend of One and
one-half per centum Hr on the out
standing capital slock nf this Company,
payable on January iMt, 1917, to atockhold
eis of record at the ios of business on
buturday. December 9lh, Itill.
J. II HIl.VNINOTON, Secretary.
BtTTK Sl'pntlOK MININO CO.
!6 Ilrnad ft , Now York, Dec. 7, 11,
The Dlnctors nr th llutte Superior
Mining Cu. hate m-il.iy declared a regu
larly quarterly illiMi-nd of f 1.54 n share,
nml In nddliimi thfri'in an eatm dlsldend
nf IS a share, p.it.ibhi December SO to
etnckhnldeia of record ut the Uuse of bual
urst December ii
C. W. PF.THns, Treasurer.
THE DELAWART. III'DSON COMPANY.
New York, November 21, 1911.
A quarterly dlw.lvtul nf TWO AND ONK
qilAllTEU C'tTel l'KIt CKNT on the
cupltal stock of this Cimpuny will bs paid
st the office of tho Cumpmy. 31 Nassau
iMrstt. In this rlly, on anil after Wtdntt.
day, Dec. :o. 19U, to Stockholders of rec
ord at close of business to-day,
y order of ths Hoard of Managers
CUAltI.i:s A. WALK IS II, Treasurer.
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