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RICKETS <md FINANCE Jrr STOCK EXCHANGE subject to com ml.- |l§|& ’ 9*lh« 9tesbs, A> k#d. Bl "‘ 14% MWtwM * • * * 43 HE Co gt gKRi HHMNL ill Ad Maeh. Cos #7 Inin Motor Cos bivt SMlipiMalth R . F. Ale 79 Vs <**>., »l*i m (now. Nav. Cos. jo V Co xd I | o Mfllaon Ca id.-. IVs Steel Cos. •••• iovs Motors Cos, s e • • e * * • Igßd-fiffXwale Sugar. • • ** KKror Mining Cos.. »>4 10 ‘* KWLL° ** 100" BSVudJ # R&Mr* .. ** «-o ofd !! ft BJSutaiSSf'ca:....: 4<\ tnh BEKrolWheater Cos j'* H»U Bu|ar Cos. % fffpj\E-' JMT+f4NTR#B • a .«»•••• f•• • • Bind-Grocer C 0..... .... 61 ®4yat A'.Eleciru ” Mil Motor Cos . pfd *4 ■Mb Pavla 1 Cos. xd KBotor Car Cos it 1»V. mOkotot Tmok Cos .. . 10*4 11 ■SifDtllon Cos., ad 117 PH Oon. Steel Cos 28 K|-Otar Has 4tvs c°: .** -«ii Pin Crgusery C 0... .... •• 11 s Bid. Asked. Btifi. lIOH -••• BRSBSfLV.v.v.v: *»«" WKIO Old Detroit Nat L.... 1 77 |M9Eb>American, ad., tit HmM Park State .... 199 ■m gtata iff lEfAU,.. - :«■ • MnauUr state. tis Pad Barings Bank.... 1M B.W Iti m~ K>2£ «i" . p'Bmß ftUowing firms are prlvl ■MU 9 Cos.. H. W. Noble A Cos.. r®S[oea A Cos. Lewis Q Oorton. ■Lmi lUMrjfCa. Oeo. M. West m Ofc ft S. Warren A Cos . Wm. H. P8«»-Cd. W. A. Neer A Cos . W. ■fpeLeughlin. 1 igUIN AND PROVISIONS MWROIT. Oct. S.—Close: Chicago Pap. With a very strong wheat mar- Ini Saturday and early Detroit SpfMraae up *c. ’ The Liverpool mur- M-Mpaed at aloes of V*d after re hNM V4d from low point. Ngfrpoolk mortal a lot of early iNHWkSf on the market owing to iMkHnwnlpeg tone, and expectations feghoral American exports as shown iWkdatreeta. American receipts con gPßPfcaral and Increases In Amerl- Eainfibshs help the foreign weakneeg. Hrteams late In the session owing fur— offerings and an Increase In MMUr tor spot and cargoes. Ship from countries aside from IMM* are small and there Is an Hlmmand from Continental points prDenube la not shipping much com. KArgantlne advices are bearish. §M sharp advance In the home mar pKjmfia credited to the enormous ■Urn ot wheat and flour by for- IHiimi the past few days, and gSmft atm buying at the advance, ■tamaa reports export huetneas and ■Mpt continues on the Atlantic IfcSf.Thte started a reaction from Ekk*, ,tri\r :r;., M ' much wheat and flour Is IP ayes by these countries In IH'jitt are not lighting These IJHifllag for supplies In the Liver- Wj&U* balls are looking for an Im |mit Improvement tn prices. Specu la# buying has" been high for a mm Ot weeks, but the low prices in some es the outsiders to take Bgwt lu the market. Riant Closed Hr under the highest E&fUPSLx and le over the closing He. The other coarse pSgiJisd 11 "declined l*e. Timothy ilfc and alfalfa was unchanged. EMKiI gustations: Cash No. f red, HB) Dsoembsr opened with an ad tlCV *« ** HUH. advanced to Bit dosed at 91.1 fH: May opened ffinb. advanced to ff.lt and closed «|tl; Wo. 1 white. lI.W asked; mixedear at 91.91 H: No S WBl 91 ears at tic WkMOO grain quotations: Com; Cash lir ffc; yellow, 1 car at 760; EL; Standard. 1 car at 47c. 4 at white, 1 car at 47c; No. ESk Chalk M* 9. NHe. ifiae: Immediate, prompt end Octo- Pfimnt. ft.M; November, 99.19. npvgraeed Prime spot, 9*lo. De- H 9.11; March. It *5 sample Fig hags at 99.99; 14 at ft; prime hM ' pF; isample alslka. S bags at Emlpts In die Detroit market Sat- BE Included X.OOO hhls. of flour. 10 WFot wheat I Os com. 9 of oats, f Km and 4of hay. Withdrawals iSI-l,#** bbls of flour and 5,599 bu ■sag. Stocks are 497.000 hu. of BSPit 000 hu. of corn. 113.100 bu. SI» W*l 19.999 bu of rys. Uni wheat dosed Hd lower were 1.117.- fET against 1.471.000 bu. a year T\' V, Rinrof wheat and flour. Satar- KteSpts*ol Wheat Saturday: Duluth. I JSt m nf.ooo bu ■InCAOaOct. I. —opening—Wheat; iflHrtp l<4e; May up l%e. Corn; fllfikar up 1 He; May up lHe Oats: ggfinb*r up He: May «P lc. Provls- Daoember up J4e; HM.lt Com; December up He; M Wit Oats: December steady g» Wg %e. Provisions: Firm and Bp? } n % i tut •: Hi’.34 S4 84 SI4 4ft:', /I ST *4l es ST IT ' •»° * 77 b * on jW%fto " 4...\ ' .3, alO fi EH; w^, I |rt«M PRODUCE MARKET The market for the week end was on the whole rather alow Stocks of ap ples. pears and grapes are large and seem to he Increasing. Receipts of trachea are still fairly liberal, but the demand le holding out ufoll and thore Is no accumulation. Butter Is oaJlsd steady, but the undertone la eaay. The •gg situation Is unchanged Potatoes are slow, and la the way of competi tion prices are sometimes shaded a little Poultry receipts were fairly good for a Saturday, and there was no demand, but the market was called steady. Apple*—New. U#t9c per bu.: 91. UP 2 p rr n fisaasss—Good shipping stock. |l 60 #2 25 per bunch. Beane —Dried 14mas, 7HO»c per lb; green. XS-tMOc par quart Cabbage—fl.fk per bbl.; »9c per bu. CaeHflsuer—fl it xi lt» per doa Celery—Michigan. large. tfgtle; email. Itg lie per doa , . CBssst Wholesale prices Michigan flats, 14V4B14H<\ New Tork, 19HO 19140; Jlnuiuraei. 1 pile; domes tlo Swiss. 120 21c; ImporuMf sWMpNfI tfo: longhorns, llgllHc; daisies. II California PmMe— Plums f1.1t#1.7l par box; peaches tlgtOc per boa Chestsete —140170 per lb Crslspfl——to illi per bu. OrasherUe* ■ fI.TI per bbL; ft pot ba t Patea Persian, nsw. 707 He; Fard% tOtHc lb.; Dromedary, fs.SO case. Dsuaasd Calve* -Fancy. llOllc. 00m mon. 14to lie per lb. rveeh Vegetables—Oreen pepper*. W p 71c per bu.; green onlona it He per doa; cucumber*. Tie per bu.. raateheb 19c per loa; groan beans Tic par •*.; groan com. house-grown, ti# •0o per sack; wax beanc. home-grown. Tic bu.; tomatoes. 10099 c bu.; lettnce. lOOCOo spinach. 71c per parsley p per do*.; head lettuce. f1.U01.51 per hamper. Otaaea—t'oncords. 14011 c; Niagaras 140 iTc; Dels war*. 11019 c par l-lh. baskat; ponies, 9019 c. Money—Fancy white, new. lltrite; amber. 19011 c lb.; ex tree ted. 70fc Mx May—Detroit shippers are paying the following price* for baled hay la car lota, f. o. h. No. 1 timothy, new. n«0lC.I9: standard. 111011.19, No f timothy. |14014.19; No 1 mlxod |UO 1*19; ryo straw. 97.1901; whoat and oat straw. 9707.19 par ton. Hftdea—No. T cured, lie; Now 1 grooa hide#. 19c; No. 1 cured bulla, lte; Na 1 green bulls. 19c; No. I cured veal kip. lfc; No 1 green veal kip. 14c; Na 1 cured murrain, lte; No. 1 groan call lfHc; No. 1 green calf. 17c; No. Ihorse $4 ft; No 9 home. 99.19; No. t hides, la off; Na 9 kip and ealf. lHc off - sheep akin. as to amount *f wooL 11071a. iiaasoga CsHfornla I4.5O0& p«t box. 1 Imss—9lol.l9 per oox. Mala— Rocky Fords Tlofi cas«u Orassres —California Valencias. fI.M P 4 per bow Pale— Indiana 9101.19 par 199-lb sack; Bpanish. ft per bu Fears—Bartlett. fl.lo0l.TI; ordinary 71091 per ba. Flam* —fi ll 01.59 par basket *• 11 ,s#LWi *• Fetateea—Mscklghn. f1.1901.99 per sack; la car lota sacked. 10051 c per bu. Fauttoy—Springs, lie; live bens, lie: No. t. 19014 c; old roosters, 'Uglle; «M*a, 19a; Backs 11014 c, turkeys 1< 17c lb b lam Fatataea Virginia. 99.10 per bbL; 99c par bu.; iaraeys 9* 75 per bbL; - putsu* ~r Na L SHe; Ma 1. 4Ha 1 — PHICD®. Canned Ooodo Aopies cals., 1*.910 ZiX.rJT L\ n Z Beckers uUH»TfI»t. 19.99; Alaska [H iid:JG;h':x jniVi-.rS and 19 off; machine bolts, small, 99 Ms cent off IUE . tfCfSS’jS ■ Creamery extra, l»a; firsts 9tc; dairy, lie; packing stock, 19* par lb. Freeh recalpta case* Included. ftretaT Uci current receipt* U%° per do* Receipts. 682 case* JTMW YORK FMODVCM. NEW YORK, Oct. A —Flour: Dull and unchanged. Fork: Quiet: mess, 92*0 **.75. Lard: Easier; middle west spot, p.790>.(9. Sugar: Raw. dull; centri fugal. 99 test, ft. 99; muscovado. •* test, 9449; refined dull; cut loar. 97.94; 7 oa spot, *Hol%a Tallow: Quiet; etiy, lac: special, IHc; country, IHO «Ted. RaV: Firm; pi Ira*. 91.05; No I. •9099 c; clovsr. 9Ocosl. Dressed pou try: Dull; turkay* 14 0 25c; chicken* 13 ti tie; - fowls, il'ozv.- ducks. i6H'u lie. Live poultry: strong; gees* 14w lie: duck* 19019 c; fowl* 170t9c; turkeys. 16019 c; rooster* it Hr; chick en*, broilers, l»iu i9a Chime: Dull: state milk, common to *pe< lal* ntf 14V* c; skims, common to special* 70 9He; full skim* 309 c. } LIVESTOCK - v twwmiounnwnr. .. DUitac * MmM. EAST BUFFALO, X. Y„ Oct *.—Cat- M*:, Receipts. Ml bead; market slow; ohotee to prime native shipping Ueert. \*»o to I,IM lb*, I» 60*10.10. fair to do M-74#0 Ift; plain and coarao. ILlUfllU; Canadian steers. 1,100 to 1 400 Ib*. ftft 26M0 M; do. I,l*o to I*oo IW. IT.SOfcV; cholc* to prim# handy m* rnarasai T»/rs: eta ~ ‘ .:*u."Sßav.na Bfityi gaMfcBT&^JSS; ***•■ lue*n>u. I.W kM4: m.rh.l, grajaESlßg? * ..f’VSEi/r.'m/ttr.tSj.jJWni »gss nay ,w ~ —*■» U H,o,l'"i?Scf"«« T oV ,, ?i,.CAOo'. Oct. 1.-Ho«; Raraipu. 4,000. market, at rone to fe higher; mixed and butch ft.oo; plea f4.T6e0.00 Cattle; Aeeftlpte. tPO: market, steady; beeves, 90.600i1. cows and heifer a. It 400 ft; atockera and feedera. 06 1600.16; Texane. M 16#7.«6; Blvea $7.60011.1* Sheep: Receipt*. 100; market eteady native 94.70# *! 3s£Z fl jfe sswr-k-wJ Retreat of the Germans From Paris XeH a mi3h EL ;■ O|BL- ' r? uf war* ■Kr mm? ?•- • * v- y Field artillery of tha Ninth Imperial army (German) retreating from the gates of Parts. * | ■ h* BBemhb ■ Bn 1 % B H m£ it jlb Bu&ft Bp BREx wf m* fjß ' * IKThmIOsICS iumm •• x - u j v .''” v ffK. ■ fttKlXßftkr# • ■ I r"* 1 x *&/9Qn lWElu K.f'^uM v-.- JißLlAff Ugbt; market steady: beavles • 4-500 Ail: mediums. good ulus 99.7109.99; vorkers 99.10t0 9.T1. Calves: Market steady. Sheep and lam be; Mar ket steady. fLEVKUNO UVE STOCK. CLEVELAND, Oct. S.—Hoga: Re ceipts. 1.0 K»; steady te Ic higher; york roughs 17.7|; stags 97. Cattfo: Re ceipts 9 ears: alow and stsady. Sheep and laaqbg: Receipts I cars; .otsady; lambs. 97.75 top. Calyos: Receipts 199; steady; top. 911. CHICAGO BRAIN AID PROVISIONS CHICAGO, Oct. A—No wheat wae of fered when the board of trade opened today, and in a scramble to buy, prices advanoad 1 V4c on the early trades. Discovery that yoaterday’s export t>usi- BMS was considerably heavier than wae expected and that several house* had oversold, p romp tod the buying rush waa l%e higher today. Buying pressure waa applied at the start on predictions of bad weather next week, with prospects, of light marketing. Oats futureb wore IVfcc higher, with leading long* adding to their accumu lation* and offerings scanty provision* were firm and higher and In good demand. , ■■ ■: Drys Wont Indorse Mood*. LANSING. Mich., Oct. 9—Sopt- Flag of Truce Protects Mother and Her Children W ■" ■ I- I .' .' ■' '• s Ba > 3 f> • . Efr w - - > "; p '. ~^* • f..^k l *'.|i, T *.k v - ~ 1 ,<> .. . HE. J, ~vj fi v: 1 French woman atandlng by her children, seated in doorwoy of tMr homo. Noto the white flag of truce fattened to the door. THE DETROIT TIRES. MONDAY, OCTOBER 5, I*l4. The Ninth German Infantry resting toy the wayside on their retreat from Paris. Grant M. Hudson, of tits Michigan Anti-Saloon laagS*. says that the Pro gressive party will not be Indorsed by the league, although the party tenta tively adoptad a dry plank tn its plat form adopted at tha state convention at Bay Ciiy N He states that tha league stands *for principles and not political parties. “We are an organisation to fight the liquor traffic and not to fight tha bat tles of any political party,** said Hud son; ; Stats Wins From Pa 11 maos' LANSING. Mteh.. Oct. I.—The state railroad commission baa. authority to promulgate rules sos demurrage on interstate shipments of freight, ac cording to an opinion ran dared today by the supreme court The Michigan Central and other railroads started proceedings In "1910 to test the right of the railroad commission in demur rage matters. ”3; - "■, ■■# * Muetoeaa-llkv FHatlng. No fuse and no feather*. The plain, ovat kind that looks right. Tliiii milhi Oa If John R--*t. Phone Main 1499. The women of Loodoo do not 00% fine themselrau to knitting eockt. sew* ing shirts, making bandage* end at tending the wounded. Mrs. Harer field, wife of n British ofeer, has formed a volunteer corps ror home defense, and the women are drilling, rifle shooting and marching, Ir the Germans come an enthusiastic and capable, body of women fighters will be offered to the war office. THE OLD WORLD WAR FROM DAY TO DAY •V J. W..T. MASON, •ssSTiUSST’ •* “* NKW YORK, Oct. I.—<ll *- ® ) —Further necessity for strength ening the German western battle front has undoubtedly caused an other redistribution of the Invad ers' forces. Voo Kluek's original command Is doubtless now the strongest part of the entire Ger man line, entailing corresponding weakness elsewhere. The new western reinforce ments have come from the Ger man cpnter and from the . left. Only an exchange of artillery fire has been proceeding at the center fer a number of days, while on the German left the desperate at tempts to break through the Meuse frontier defensive line hsve weakened. The reason in both eases Is the urgent'necessity for bolstering up the western battle line. * . * The length of this llns, from Its son them extremity betwasn the' Alsne and Oise rivers to ths Bel gian frontier 1* 71 miles. Proper ly to defepd heevily entrenched positions and to attempt offensive diversions ns Von Itlftek fans beon doing, requires about 10.000 man per mile.- Ths German -wester* front, therefore, comprises 760,- <K>o» men, according to standard methods of estimating. The num ber Stay, In feet, be nearer a mil lion. depending upon the strength the allies have been able to mus ter for their advance toward Bel gium. . j v \ An opportunity for breaking through the German weakened 1 ns ■■fins Loyalty ■»BB0U arc entitled to prompt, intelligent service I from your baric. The bank having the most Complete organization, facilities and equipment MBiBBI it best able to give you that sarvict. The strong “■BOMpoaition of the First ancL Old Detroit National • Bank is largely due to ths loyalty of its clienulk\ ' x . whose requirements hsvk bean mat In a consistent. ' liberal way and whose interests have been con; ** £' .served‘at all times.’ .'■■ '"IT This bank invites the account* of corporations, -merchants and individuals. It will give to each account, whether large or small, the same personal attention and ... A KmnulfflK COURT SCORES HASTY MARRIAGE AS A JENACE Wife Tab Van Ztk She Met Husband Two Mootftui Be fore Marriage WOMAN’S DECREE IS ] HELD UP BY COURT Another Chapter In Nunaea Palermo's Tumultoue History to Written Dora Moiser was held up oa her decree In divorce court until her hue hand could be brought into court Judge Vaa Ziie took the opportunity to mako com** oaueiic remarks aa the woman testified that sh« had known her husband but two months before the wedding kno that they lived to gether but six weeks afterward. “Such marriages are a menace to civilisation,'* said the court. "I want to go on record that euch marriage* are distasteful to mo. end that any decree 1 sign under euch circum stances will be done under protest." Edith Johnson got a decree after she had explained to the court that she had married uer first cousin but did not know it unlawful for some time afterward. Charles Drew was an actor and his wife an actress, but the artistic temperament would not per mit of s settled home and tha wife tired of the stage. The husband re fused to make a home and left her, she said “You actresses marry with the ex pectation of getting divorced, don't j ouT" asked the court aa ha signed the decree. Robert Abbott testified that his wtfw preferred Chicago to Detroit, %nd al though he tried for three years to get her to come here, he bad failed He got a decree. Another chapter in the tumultuous history of pretty little Nunaea DM** chele Palermo was written when judge Van Zile signed a decree of di vorce upon the petition pf her hus band. Joseph Palermo. , Nunsea first enme to public notice three years age when she shot and killed a former admirer and told a Jury and the court that the man had attempted to kidnap her. M n» found guilty; bnt placed upon parole and shortly after married Palenno. Three jeers ago, according to the story told by her husband, Saturday, the girl became restless. She was then a bride of a law month*. Her two brothers, wandering mu * lc ** n ®: sat about the house andtalked of Paris, their home. The song of the boulevard music halls, the happy nights is the Latin quarter, the stroll* along the great boulevards, the music aad lights and gnysty that makee Parts were spoken of In sorrowful toned and pretty Uttle Nuneea sighed with them for the Joy* *h* dot •here. They were going beck » Parts, hot Nunaea was a wife, and center undoubtedly now exists, but to take advantage of It seems to be beypod the possibility, of modern warfare. If ths allies could detach secretly n consider able part of thetr weeterfc army and launch It against ths German center, an overwhelming disaster to the Germans would result. Buch n display of strategic genius of the kind that wen many victories for Napoleon would earn for Gen eral Joffre the marshal's baton, hut revived by the French gov ernment. . The difficulties In the way art the superiority of the German es pionage system end the persistent us** by ths Germans of local of fensive tactics. Ths local offen sive is admirably effective in pre venting lost each a coup as has been outlined above. If the allies were to weaken their .western front. In order to concentrate against the center, one of Von (Cluck's persistent countee-kttncks might break through ths silled lines and tbs complexion of the French campaign might change la the twinkling of an eye. Only an immediate ewe cess with thr element of Mrpriga playing a large part woulCr overcome the risks. These risks are so perilous that they are not likely to bo taken. Instead, the dangerous op portunity at the center for over whelming the Germans by a light aing-Mkb stroke, while undoubt edly under consideration at the allies' headquartsfi, .probably will be declined. The slower ordeal of wearing down the resistance of ths German western line la mack •afar. , ■ - J close to her heart another life was •dinu, • *j 80 she stayed and wept over the letters that earn* from Paris until her baby was horn, and 00* day a month later Joseph cam* home to find her gone. He has never seen her else*, and the sllO he sent her to oome hack to Detroit was returned. He got a de- BUM, POLICE MG. SUSPENDED AGAIN "Bum." the police dog. la just tike some of our high city aad county offi cial*. He's always getting his nuns In the papers. First, • Bum." had him **lf suspended for conducting himself las manner unbecoming a police dog. That we* worth a half cohttno. Then he had himself reinstated and prompt ly drove to covor the pedigreed Air dale that had been obtained to ewo ceed him. Things hare been getting quiet aad monotonous around police headquar ter# of Ist*. In the language of tha streets, "there was nothing stirring." Bpter "Bum." who looks over 00m plslnt books, blotters, aad bulletin boards at hsadquartsrs. Ha sniffs la disgust, aad departs. Bum was gone two days. Saturday morn lift. Cant. Marqnardt announced that the spell of monotony had ben broken. “ Bum' is suspended again." report ed the captain of tho first precinct. "He reported for duty at the sixth pre cinct, on Vino wood-eve., without or ders. Hs Just simply Ignored his work around headquarters and trotted throe miles to another station." Ofllcors at Vlaewood station hare ► been brdered to send the dog back to headquarters. He'll be on the caipot onc-j more, when he returns. Fear Forest Fires. LANSING. Mich., Oct. I.—Ralao ore badly needed in the upper part of the state to Insure against damage from forest fires, according to the amts for estry warden’s department. A tele gram from Boyne Palls states that there la a serious slashing fir* at De ward. DEATH LIST. Alphonse Deßonns, Lake* Bt. Clair, N years, accidental drowsing; Meyer Mullaa. Harper hospital. St yearn, ear oomn; Carlins B. Stamm. 24 Johnson. W years, mitral regurgitation; Albert Kaiser. Children's Free hospital, I month, enteritis; Genera If. Kohn. 271 Fulton. 1 year, cholera infantum; Ida •mlth, fit Meidrum, s years, septicae mia; Philip Cosmano. provident-# hos pital. 2 month*, premnture; Ou* Qnel apoalas. St. Mary’* hospital. 21 years, gunshot wound; Krrtn Ollttenberg. Providence lumpltaL 4 month* rn arse -1212 Bt. ’ Aubla! F? ' davm * confulatoos; Baao C. Klbtnger. 272 Monroe. • months cholera Infantum; Andrew Nlholaua. 2*» Cither Ins. 17 years, cirr hosis of liver; Marts Strong, 122 Ham ilton. 72 year*, arterio sclerosis: James A. Davis. 1224 Fifteenth. IS yearn. dlU tatlon of hoart; Dorothea McLamte. 222 Thirty-fourth, 4-months, malnutrition; Stephen Kurcsyk. 71 Pulaski. 25 days, Retro enteritis; Charles J. Thsnma, trott river. 27 years, drowning, sui cide. Adeline I Bedard, 2* Hunt. 42 years, cancer; Frank Towsewlc. 101 Le ts nd. io months, cholera Infantum; Ed ward Kawa. 421 B. Gardeld, 4 months, mtrumua • per emit NK Interests . Vifflw-PM ■- r ’ ' -V,* ',*>• & 4 and tte ‘last word** in convenience iff combined to our Certificates of De posit. ' w Certificate* renew auto matkally each year and may be issued to Joint names, payable to dither person or survivor. Interest commence* os date of deposit and I* re mitted each six months at long as the deposit coo- Mmtmff Orngegl 4nw unties. Bend mv desertpe «— > . ■» , ivc Booklet, . j-i »•• ~ (bnoQ&QsKSotQpang' n.t. n it • • , uetroit Fucnigan PROPOSALS FIR SUPPLIES FOR THE PUBLIC UCHTINC COMMISSION Sealed propoeeU will be received St the office of the Public Lighting Com tßßS: October llth. 1914, for furnishing Iron Suppose' end* 1 DtseonnoKtßs* awtteMs! MWlred for the pa bile lighting plant, in srcsrdaass With the speeiAcetioae on file in the Secretary's of Acs. >. t. BOWLgg A-tIS l Seeeetary. .