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COMPLETE MARKET
REPORTS—LATEST
SPORTING NEWS
SIXTEENTH YEAR. NO. 261.
COVELESKIE HURLS FOR TIGERS
MARKET IS
GENERALLY
STRONGER
Early Trading is Litfht;
Irregularity Is
Apparent
NEW YORK, July 11.—The New
York Evening Sun financial review
today said:
"In a market made up almost
wholly of the operation* of the pro
festdonal element price*, although
at time* Mhowing marked irregular
ity, generally were strong without
advancing to aubstantinlly better
figures as. compared with the closing
on Saturday. There was no evi
dence of public participation while
the larger Wall street Interests were
not In evidence a* market factor*.
“Transactions in the early
ins generally ware light in volume,
on a movei: . nt o| prices that tend
ed In the direction of higher level.-
it. .in greater number of Issues
Modest weakness was reported In
Third avenue, but little of the stock
tame out.
"Munition shares were firm and
in sonic cases auhstantlally higher
"While reactionary tendencies
were reported ill certain parts «and
the list In the early afternoon. »h
general market held the early b»>»
terment, with operation* extremely
light. Trader* put forth the Idea
the destruction to window glas.-
from the explosion would cause
• nough tire punctures to add mater
ially to the business of the tire
~ompanles, but the suggestion did
not take well enough to bruui in
any inquiry for the tire shares, al
though Goodrich showed some firm
n>“ . on traders operation*.
"In a good part of the arternoon
stagnation was reported In most of
the market ”
Standard Oil Stocks
Furnished by Hornblower A Weeks,
July 31: Bid Asked
Amln-Am»r. Oil C«> new 15 I*4
Atlantic Refining Cos. . 695 700
Bornf'RrrymiM'r Cos. ... 3tn 350
Buckeye ripe Line <‘*v. 03
ChxMbroii(h Mfg Cos. .. 350 360
Colonial oil i*o *5 76
Continental Oil Cos ... 321 32*
Cr»»f»nt Pipe Line Cos. .41 43
Cumberland Pipe Line . 91 97
Ktir-ka Pipe t.lne 295 210
Gal-Alg Oil Cos. com ... 160 162
T>n pfd 135 140
Illinois Pipe i.ine 161 170
Indiana Pipe Line Go. .. 91 9.1
National Transit Cos. ... 14 16
New York Tran alt Cos . . 195 foe
Northern Pipe Line C 0... 96 100
Ohio Oil Cos 225 217
Pierce Oil Corporation .12 list
Prairie Oil Air Oar Cos . . 366 361
Prairie Pip. line 220 222
Penn Meat, an 56 69
Solar Refining Cos 240 290
Southern Pipe Line Cos.. 196 200
South Penn Oil Cos 380 335
South Wert Pn Pipe I.ine
Cos 101 112
Olandard Oil Cos. Calif... 266 249
Do. Indiana Ml 664
Do, Kansan 446 456
Do. Kentucky 430 440
bn, Nebrarka 36» 190
Do, New Jersey 61 6 620
DO. New YofK 203 80S
Do. Ohio .140 866
flwan A Finch Cos. 97 P>2
Union Tank Line Cos . ... 61 11
Vacuum Oil Cos 270 272
Standard Oil Old Stork 1670
Standard Oil Old .Sul*, lljo ....
Int’l Petroleum 10 lOU
Mid. W«it 10 63
PROD I PH MUIMT
NEW YORK. Inly 31 —Flour:
Quiet and firm Pork Firm; »n-s*,
27 h> 27.80. L.tr«l: Qklet. middle w-n*
rpot. 812.780 12 66 Sugar. Raw.
'inlet; centrifugal. 96 t< «t. 14 14; mus
cnvade, 69 |rM, s'.l7 refined. <|iilef,
cut loaf. 86 60; cruahed. P 66; pro
ffered. f7..6; granulat* and. 87.88tf7.70.
Coflfrr ltl<> No. 7on root. 9Vyr. Tal
low; Steady, apodal, lr, city, 7 4-;
country, May Firm, prime.
II 26, No. 3. 85 o’96c, clover. 80ct<
1106. Drcsscff poultry Quiet; fur
keya, 204935 c; rhl< kens. 21036.;
fowlr. I4|fß2r; du*ka. l-.ng Island,
• oe. I.lve poultry Firm; geeae, 13’”.
riuck*. 18 (7 21c. fowlr. 2"4j,21c; tur
keyr, 16ft iRr, roosters, | I ’ v ' , Mirk
en. broilers, 20*i 21c. Che. «e Firm;
rtate milk, common lo special* lip
1 • \<*• kklma. common to .xr*»'' , '*l. 6>»
012 *4c.
FIND CAP OF
CROSBY PURSER
Ml HKPyiON, Mich., July Si.—Dis
covery of a cap bearing the IcMer.s
"F%irscr, Strain*':* R. ,o. Cm»bjr, M by
member* of the cow*? guard crew of
I * lie Michigan leach’, led lo fca:
• hat Alfred \alh, ntting aa purser
on the flagship of th« Cron by Trans
portal lon company fleet which left
here Ini** la * nltrht might have met
death by drowning.
All effort a lo gd word from the
steamer have as yet proved futile.
When the pilot recovered con
sciousness the Zeppelin hnd disap
peared
Prlatlnm—4b«. plain neat dial—•*««
la rlakl—Time* i«k Dr*4—Mala HIM,
Detroit Stocks |
W .......-11l I' —— ———g *
HOMMl'ti m UiA'l IO.M.
bid Asked
Acme W. L. ft C.. com 17 W
Ho, preferred 19 ....
Amor. I. & Trae., xd. 86(5 37*
Do, preferred xd.,., I('9 112
Am Pub ITtII. Cos. corn *3 *7
Do, preferred 74 7 7
Aut u Body Cos 3d % 8* Vi
burroughs Add M. Cos. 356 ....
Chalmers Mo. Cos., coin. .... 189
Do, preferred 103
Chur Ir 'o. Am., com. 5% 6%
l*o, preferred 6% 7
J Chevrolet Motor C 0... 2<>7 212
i. 11 o-s >< i ('<•>, com.. .. !<• > if 73
I *o. i>r< f< rt • and M 86
i*> i hull.i 1.1 .v /inc xd .... 3 %
' '••in. |; ! • ft |. 1-0 n and 61 65%
»* «» r#***•.r• #1,.. * i SH
Continental Motor Cos. 36 3*5 %
.. ... "II et: ll) %
l» /* c. Navigation, xd sx ....
i Detroit Creamery Cos.. 25 ....
I tioit Kdisoii Cos 18'J ....
L>«■ t Iron .v Steel, coin 1.l 17Vi
Do, pr< ferred D/% 72
’ * I i,lt-1 Hy . . II 5 120
Pet. Valve ft Kit C 0... 11 % ....
[ r.oinuiciH a Julies, colli 3 i *1
tv |.,et ored 32 *7
I Kurd Mo <’o . Canuda 340
! * ’.-n ' 1 um i> 'ini i'o '49
Qt-n Motor Cos., on xd. 450 53'1
Ii ••>, prcfel leu 112 116%
Mail 1.-.i-’Tt Cos 30%
llolland-Ht. L Sugar 1<
Iren Silver Mining Cos. 190 210
S. s Kre..g*-, com IQ% 11%
Do, preferred Ii 11'*
Maxwell Motor Cos ...; 8o 82%
l*o ,Ist preterrwd... 55% 6t<%
Do. 2nd preferred .. 54 61*
Mextcari Crude Rubber .... 1C V*
Mich. Stamping Cos. cm 335 41 »
Mich Slate T. Cos. pfd. I*l Vi 93%
Mp-h. Sugnr Cos. com.l*** 111
Du, preferred I*B ....
iMlles-P Unit Theater 9
M ■ Sugar Cos.. '*i % ....
t pref rr> •! 91 ....
National Grocer C 0.... 84% ....
D , | tet* 11 -d :*J *
I’m- Him ft Lire com. 57% SO
l*o, j,* .-I rid 87 90
i Packard Mo, com xd. 173 ....
Du. preferred. 102 10»
t*alr*'-D»*t Mot Car Cos. 44 50
Tarke. Davis ft Cos 160
A lx l* •’ i Cos 44**
Tien Motor fir C 0.... I?% CP,
Ueo Motor Truck 34 38
-ot teit* 11, lb.a t;o i*t ....
Studehak’-r com. 126 12V
I Hi. pi 1 ferred 105 ....
r . I r rr- ry (*o. 40 ....
Trused Con St. l*o 31 Vi ....
Do, pi • i> rr» and . 19 \
W h.l* Si u l.iin- 56 % ....
Wol virtue I'l-ment Cos 7Vi
Hank* nnd I rust I mnpanle*.
Hid Asked
American State 170
Contra I Saving* 250 ....
Detroit Savings 290
Dime Savings 304 320
Federal State 117 131
First ft Uid Det. Nat.. 196 202
< *lllll.ll- Vm-rli’dtt .... 17* 132%
lllghlsnd Pk State xd .... 400
Merchants National... 174 ltd
N.if TTinU of Cqnr*rce ... 222
Peninsular Stats 297 ....
Peoples State 27J 275
United Havings Banw.. 330 ....
Wayne County H**ma.. 373 ....
Detroit Trust Cos 374 396
Security Trust Cos 242 ....
Union Trust Cos 184 *OO
Ger.-Am. L. ft T. Cos. 196 ....
The following firms arc privileged
to execute orders on the Kxchange:
W. K. Moss ft Cos., Carlyle ft Povah,
o<-o M West ft Cos . K K. Maecrone
ft Cos,. II VV Noble ft Cos . D. I* S. y
mour ft Cos, W It, M Mer
rill. Lynch ft Cos., W A. Hamlin ft
Cos, \\ m. A. N'eer ft Cos, Sinclair ft
Couls. Kmmet I. Sprague. Wm It
Hose ft Cos, F. K Pelton ft Cos, .Toe)
Cos W. IJ. Ft e 1 11 y ft Cos. Matthew
Klnn. A W. Wallace ft Cos, Lewis O.
Htockard ft Cos.. Bennett. Smith A
Gorton.
Livestock
*3**" ■ ~ —■ ■ i
KA*T BUFFALO I.IVF. STOCK
Dunning A Stevene
FAST BUFFALO, N. Y . July 11
Cattle Receipts, 100 cars, market
25c higher; mime stoerr. 89 2' 719,
butchers. svst>7l9. fat cowa, SSoO Ts
7.26, heifers le-tfl, bulls. $5 560 7.
Hogs ifereipts, 60 cars; lower;
heavy and yorkers, 110.80; pigs,
f 10.10 010 26.
Sheei> Receipts, 10 cars; strong:
top lainhs 111 *>7 11 86, yearlings. SB.KQ
0 9 50. wethers, $6<U 8.25 V cwrs. 17If
160
Calves: SSOIB.
CHICAOO I.IVF STOCK.
CHICAGO, 111., July 31.—Hogs
Receipts. 41.n00. market, low.'
mixed and butchers. 89 160 10 05,
good heavy, 89 164710, rough he«\y.
19 06 ff 9 20. light. 190679 10 06. pig*.
7.76 09 80 Cattle Receipts, 19,009.
market, 10c luwer, beeves. |6
10 40, cows and heifers. 11.5084 9.26.
stockers and fe«-xler*. ss'Tjx; Texans,
17 25 0 6.60. calves 8« 60012 60
Sheen Receipts, 17,000 market, 100
16c lower, native, (6 7606 26. west
ern, 17.25 0 4 15; lambs, $7 260 10 66.
western, 1. 60011,
TOI.RDO I.IVF STOCK.
TOLEDO, n. July 81- llogs; He
re Ipts, light, market, 61710 c lower.
h*-*\ jes. 110 20010.26; mediums.
810.2Q0 10 26, yorkers. 89.90010 So.
gooff pigs. $9 780 9.90. Calves Mar
ket, steady Sheep and laniba: Mar
ket, steady.
CI.KVKI.AM> I.IVK STOCK.
fI.FN KI.ANI), O, July 31.—Hogs:
Receipts, 3,000, 5e lower, yorkers,
mixed and mediums, $lO 26; pigs.
$x 78. roughs. $9, stags, $.',76, Cat
tle Receipts. I cars, 18c ‘lower
?heep. and lambs: Receipts, 10 cars,
steady. lambs, top, sll. Calves Re
ceipts, 226. steady; top. sll,
TOI.KDO GRAIN.
‘TOLEDO, <►. July 31—Wheat
Cash, 8121'*, July. 8122V*; Kept..
$1 304. I tec . 11.34*4. ' 'era Cash
ami July, 64 '*c; Kept., 80V*c, Dec.,
V.**c icits Cash an ( | July, 42H<;
Sept, 42tAe; Dec., 15c Rve; Cash,
!9c. Cloverseeil Cash, 89.86' *»cf.,
s'' 45; I'ec., s’• 27 Alnlk*- Prime,
$9 sii Timothy: Cash, |1 10, But
ter Brick creamery, .10c; tub cresm
riv, 29' Eg** Fresh candled, 26c;
fan* v delects, 24c lla.v Unchanged.
CHICAGO Rt ITER
CHICAG**, July II Butter Ex
tra* 27%c, first*. 26%4i27r; ffslry
exims, 2.i *«'ll 26 Vic; first s. 250 26 4''-<
Kggs Prime ordinary. 210 214 c;
n*-t ?I*<.'24c. *'h ee»e Twins. 14
<h 14 '««*; young Americas, I&*«4i)6*
Live poultry Fowl", ll'yc, ducks,
14*i 16c. gerse. lOdn 12»*. springs, 20 ft
21c; turkeys, 18*' I'otalties N*e. re
ceipts. 10 care. Ohio, 700 75c.
2Klt YORK Rl TTKR AMI EGG*
NEW VgUK, Inly 71. Mutt *r: !
Firm rei ei|it.s, 11,112. creamery *x- i
tra. 29Ue, state dairy tut>s, 22 547 <
27c, imitation cream* ry firsts. 260;
’ I • i 11 101 " 1 ■ ’ i . Otile]
racelpts, 17,644 nearby whttd fap.y,
'I i■’ I • ni «ed fan’ y. 28'u ->le, I
fresh firsts, CoV^'ullc.
DETROIT TIMES
WHEAT RALLIES
ON CROP NEWS
Serious Situation In Canada
Helps Bulk In
Chicago Pit
CHICAGO, July 31.—Wheat prices
rallied today on reports from Win
nipeg that the crop situation In Can
ada is becoming more serious and
the growing crop is still In a posi
tion to suffer great damage. Fav
ora hie weather reports caused a
slight drop at the opening. July
showed little activity, being down
1 -8*- at 91.19 3-8; September up 1c
at $1.21 1-2; December up lc at
$1.25.
Karly declines In corn were coun
teracted by the sudden strength In
wheat and caused gains. July was
up 1 1 -2c at 84 September l-4e
at 79c; I*eceniber up l-4c at <lB l-4c.
Light trading caused further de
clines In oats. July was down l-2c
at 39 5-Sc; September down 3-8 c at
41 1 8r; December down l-8c at
43 1 4c.
Provisions were lower on heavy
hog receipts.
Grain and Provisions
DETROIT. July 31 — Clone When!
\ -. h« r. mill in Chicago at the
■ >p*tilng and Liverpool was st«a<ly.
The weather shofs a little improvi
i mi nt - ver the* northwest. but a re
turn nf heat Is promised An expert
traveling In the spring wheat states
red :< es his estimate of the crop from
1 60."n0.im0 luishels owing to the black
rust injury already done. A further
-Trend of rust will causa more re
duction One report saya the blue
stem wheat will not he wort heut
11rut The trimket became easier ow
ing to n cool* r wav e during Sunday
nnd early Monday and commission
j houses expected lower prices for the
Immediate future, the- duration of
vM.ikness heln* marked by the con
ttnuntton of coolness, but almost ev
ery dealer Is a hull and higher rices
are expected later owing to crop
i shortage bars* soul la liurop*.
Liverpool was firm early reenusa*
| of au lit proverornt In demand, but
i e»sv later owing to the American
weakness He, nt exports have bean
disappointing and the weather In
Kurope Is disappointing
l«ocal dcmtino for cash wheat Is
slow, hut the leading marl ets of the
southwest report active buying for
milling and export.
Wheat had a break of I%c that
i was promptly rern\ered and the close
was at ft gain of %c.
Oats lost 14c: rye gained le, and
1 henna declined pic.
Receipts In the Detroit market
Monday Included I.<w*o bbls. of fiour;
t cars of wheat. 17 of corn. 28 or oats
and 1 of hav shipments were 1,000
htds of flom and 4.000 bu of corn.
Stocks nn*> 166.000 bu. of wheat. 87,-
Icn ii ~f i i-rn. 33,000 bu. of corn and
10. Ten bu. of rye.
Receipts of wheat Monday Duluth.
701 cars, against 15 a year ngo, Min
neapolis. 139 cars against 261 Win
nipeg. 1,111 cars against 64, Chicago.
141 .ars against 210; southwest. I,*
410 000 hu. against 669.000 l»u.
Wheat on passage amounts to 41,-
0 o hu., n decrease of 1,278,000 bu.
j Inst week.
i Worlds wheat exports last week
; were 10.116.000 hu. against 13,769.000,
j hu. a week ago and 6,365,000 hu. a ■
year ago.
Primary wheat receipts were 3.6i( -|
000 bu. against 1,477.000 bu. a year
ago
| Exports of wheat and flour Mon- i
i <]a\ 857.000 hu
The American visible supply of !
1 wheat Increased 2,854.000 hu last !
week Corn Increased .664,000 bu. and
| oafs decreased 4*6,000 hu.
Monday’s wheat oimtatona: Cash,
,No 2 red. $1 27; September opened
! with a drop of V H declined !
to $1 29»A and advanced to f 1 #oVfc; j
i !»ec<>mber opened nt $1 88, declined to
$1 12 and advanced to 11.34; No. 1
j white. $1 24.
Monday s coarse grain quotations:
' Corn in.»h. No. 1. Il'-c; No. .1 yellow.
• Be; No 4 yellow. 13 0 64c. Oats, stan
dard. 48c No. 3 white, 42c: Septem
j her. 40 V* < No 4 white, 40040V4C.
Rve, caeh No 2. 97c. Be«n», Immedi
ate and prompt shipment. |5 60
asked. Seed*, prime red clover, 19 30;
prim- slslkc, $9 30. prime timothy,
$5 10; prime alfalfa. slO.ll.
CHICAGO GRAIN
CHICAGO. July 31 —Opening
Wheat July unquoted; September
|down 4c December down v*o Corn:
July unchanged; September up Vie; I
December down '4°. <>nts: July up j
September unchanged; December i
j down 4c Provision* Lower.
Noon Wheet July. down 4o;
September, up 1c- December, up lc.
Corn Julv. up 14<*; September. »ip
1 4’ - ; December, up 4<*. Oats- July,
down 'i**: Septemlier, down S<*: De
cember down V4e.
Close Wheat: July up V»c; S»p*. )
up S*'. Dec up \r Corn July down
x, c. Sept, down V4c Deo. down 4r. i
0”ta: luly down 4e, .Sept, .down
Irv , T>ec. down 4c. Provlalona
T.ower.
• Quotations bv Paine, Webber A Cos., J
j July 31, 1916:
Open, High. 7g»w. Close
Wheat
Julv. I I»'4 1 1 17\» 1 19K
Sept 1 21 1 22 S 1 19\ hi 214
Dec 1 24 H 1 SSS t 22 T 4 xl 24 \ I
Corn —
July 61 61«4 42 8?4
Sept. 76 \ 794 78 74
Dec 66 64 *4 67 67 Vi
onta—
July. 49%, 4ft\ 194 19»i 1
Sept . 4 1 % 4 | '4
!>ec. 41S 4 3 S 43 «43’«
Pork -
July. 26 75 2.1 75 24 67 26 06
Sent. 21 67 21 60 24 30 24 60
I.aril
Julv. 12 6.' 12 62 12 67 »12 62
Sept. 12 67 1 2 67 xl2 65 si 262
D-c. |3 25 12 32 12 30 12 30
HI ha
Sept, 13 47 13 47 11 27 11 40
th ) Mid isl Sold (x)Spllt.
11l TTKR AMI KOG«.
Butte. -1 .in rt earner?. 27 4c Ih;
rreatneiy. flr-ts, 26 4c, dairy, 2.1 c;
package, 21 r it*
Kggs—-Fresh receipts, cases Includ.
ed, firsts, 21c. current receipts. 314 c.
Receipts Monday, t.79| essaa
I’rlstlna the plain s»*t kind— that
Is rtekt—TLasea Jak Dag*. —Main 4UA
New York Stocks
Quotations furnished by Hornblow
|er ft Weeks, July 31. 1914:
Open. High. Low. Close.
'Alaska Juneoti 8 8 8
Allis Chalmers 22 23 22
Am. Can ... . 31V4 55% 54% 55ft
Am. Car ft- F 38 88 % 67% ss%
Am. Steel Fdry BSV4 63H &«
All. ICC Hecur. 27 27% 24% 27%
Ant. Locatnn. . 85% 87 45 % 68%
Am Zinc .... 33% 38 % 38% 33%
Am Beet Hug 89 % 89% 80 89
Am. Tel ft T. 139% 129% 12®V4 l*’ 1 *
Anuconda 79% 79% 78% 78%
Atchison ... 102% 103 102% 103
Maid wln Loco. 69% 71 % 49% 70%
Haiti, ft Ohio. 85% 85% 45% 85%
Brok. H. Tr.. 84% 84% 84% 84%
Butte ft Hup.. 47% 67% €7% 87%
Canadian lac. 174% 177 175% 177
Chandler Mot. 104 101% 104 104 %
Cbesa. ft Ohio 6» 40% 60 «0%
Chi. ft N"west .128 128 128 128
C. M ft St. P. 94% 95% 94% 94%
Colo. Fuel . 44% 44% 44% 44 %
Crucible Htei 1 69 69 % 68% 88%
Det Utd. Hy. 118 118 118 118
.Dome Mines.. 26 26 26 26
Krle. com 31% 36 34 % 24%
Do. Ist pfd. 61% 52 51 % 62
Gen. I:in*trlc..l6B% 148% 1«8% 168%
Gen Mot. pfd. 115% 115% 115 115%
Oodrlch 72 75% 72 72%
Gt North i-fd.117% 117% 117% 117%
Green-Can. .. 46% 46% 46 46
Int Mer. Mar 24% 24 % 25 25%
Do. pref. .. 85% 88 86 % 88
Tnt. Nickel ... 41% 41% 43% 44%
Int. Paper ...14 11% 14 14%
Ken'cotf Cop 46% 45% 44% 46
Ln< k St. Cos.. 70% 70% 70% 70%
la high Valley 77% 77 N 76% 77
Maxw< II Mot. 81 \ 82% 81 81 V»
Do. Ist pfd. 57% 87% 87% 87'4
Mexican Pet 96% '.'•% 99 ** 98 %
Miami Cop 34% 24% 34% 34%
Mont low Cos 92 92% 92 92%
Nevadi Con*, lltfc 14% i r,T » 16%
Nor’’ ft \V . 127 % 127*. 127 % 127%
Northern Par 110% 111% 11"% 110%
N V Mr Hr .1 26 128 126 117
Pac Mall .... 20 20 20 20
Pcnnsvl 5C% 56% 56% 5G%
Pitts Coal ... 26% 26% 26% 26%
Press St Car.. 47% 47% 47% 47%
Hay Cons .... 23 23 22% 23
Heading com . 95 % 05 % 05 05%
Hock Islnnd .. 19% 19% 19% 19%
Star* Hoehck 201% 201% 200 200
South Par .. 97% 97% 97% 97%
South Hy. ... 22% 22% 22% 22%
studohuker .127% 128 127 Vi 127%
T.*nn Cop ... 25% 26% 25% 26%
Texas Pac. ... 11% 11% 11% 11%
Third Ave. ... 62 62 61 14 62
t’nlon Tac ...136% 137% 136% 136%
Knit. Ct Strs. 98% 98% 98% 98%
Pnlted Ft. ...156% 157% 157 167
IT S Steel .... 86% 87 86% 86%
I.' S Steel 5 s. .105 105% 105 105
I’ta Cop 76 76 % 76% 76%
Vlr Car Chem 39% 39% 37% 39%
Wabash pfd A 50 50 60 50
Do pfd B .. 26% 26% 26% 26%
West house .. 56 58 66 67 %
Wls Central .. 48 49% 48 49 %
West Mary. .. 27 27 27 27
iWest Union .. 92% 92% 92% 92%
[WJllyp-Rver. . 69 W 69% 59% 59%
pfd 106 106 106 106
' 1 11 I V- 1 - ■ ;
Boston Copper Stocks
| Furnished by Hornblnwer & Weeks.
July 11: ripen High Low Close
Ahmeek 95 95 94 94
1 Alaska Gold . 17% I*4 17'4 174
; Allouex 69 .63 69 59
lAmer Zinc .. 33 4 -13 4 33 4 3.14
'Anaconda ... 79 4 794 7*4 7*4
Arizona Com. SV* 6'« 8 4 64
'Arcadian 54 6V* 5 4 6 4
Butte Superior 67 4 67 4 67 4 67 V*
! Cal. A Arlz ..66 4 684 «6 4 664
‘Cal A Hecla 684 664 684 684
Copper Range 6« 5 6 57 574
j Chino 48 48 474 47 4
Daly West ... 24 24 24 2'«
Hast Butte ... 11 \ 114* 11% 11 %
Greene Can .. 48 4 46 4 <6 46
Inspiration .. 4 7-T* 47 ** 47 4 47 4
Keweenaw ... 34 34 34 a.
M»«" 184 124 12 12 “
Miami 34 4 34 4 .14 4 34 4
Mohawk 81 81 81 81
Nevada Cons. 164 164 164 16%
North Butte .30 4 20 4 20 4 20 4
[Osceola 80 81 4 80 80
[Quincy 81 81 81 81
[Ray Consol .. 23 23 22 4 23
Shattuck 26 26 26 ■*«
Shannon 7\ 7\ 74 74
Trinity 5
Tenn. Copper .25 4 26 4 26 4 26 4
Unit. Shoe. M. 58 4 64 63% 53%
Utah Copper .76 76 4 76 76 4
Ventura OH .. 8 8 8 s *
Ct'RR IMH ATIU AI.S.
Quotations furnished by Hornblow
er A Weeks. July 31, 1918:
‘Am. Puh Utilities, com. B 4 3 '
Do, preferred 74 77
Am. Light A Tr., com. 367 37"
Do. preferred 1094 ill
Aetna Explosives ..6.. 10% 1"%
Cities’ Service, c0m.... 266 2* >
, r*°‘ preferred 84 6* Sl%
Chevrolet 210 211
Canadian Car, c0m.,.. 45 "55
Do. preferred' 7| #-
Cramps 7«
Detroit Edison 1884 13i<%
N resge joq
Midland Bteel cj % «]%
f’sc Oa* A El. com... 59 Vx 3t*’»
Do, nreferred *7x. «6».
Stutz Motor fit k (1,
Rep. Rail. A L. com... 39 4"
Do. preferred 74 7-,
United Motors fifit. r 7 *.
South. Cnl. Edl., com.. 92 ’’4
Do. preferred mS 108
Sub. Boat 32 4 33’*.
Saxon Motor 71 7c
U. P T.lght a Heat... 2% ’ , 4
Do, preferred 5
NKAV VORK COTTON MARKET
Reported by Paine. Webber A Cos..
July 31, 191#;
Opening dosing
t ~ „ H lgh Low Bid A k
Jan. 13 49 13.50 I8 60 13 43 1 3 4
r I 1 j 1 ' I '
Msr. 13 64 1.1 65 18.66 13.5 7 13.53 1 »
Apr. 1.1 0 6
May 1 1 77 13.78 18 78 13.71 18 74 13 75
V 1? 1.1.76 13.76
'"•< 18 02 ir«2 is os
P * p '.i ll 18 16 18.16 I*l6 1 i '
<>vt. 11.28 1.1.10 ism n j* |3 2o ,
*'*' • n2* 13 28
fTrst 1 4 ‘ u : in 134 * ,1 - *' us '
ri RII C OITK.n STOC KA.
Quotations hy Homblower A W.. k
i ul Y *1: . Hid Asked
Butte A D 66 flt
Calveras ik
Chief 4.;
Conz. Arlz |l
Davla Daly Ix* 1 v
First Nat 4 »*,
Ofd. Con* j <>x
Jiim Ext 7fi 7*
Isa Rose 55 15
x*-szrt».-. 184 15
Nev. Doug j 1* 1 %
Ohio Cop 10 1 (
Stewart 16
Stircesa r, 7 69
Tuolumne jo 3^
Boyne City Man Drowns.
ROY NR CITY. Mich. July 31-
Frank I-anrle, jg. was taken with
cramp* while bathing In Walloon
lake yesterday, mt.l was drowned
He leave* a wife and two ehlldren.
MONDAY, JULY 31, 1916.
HEAT DRIVES
MANTOSUICIDE
rhiLs. F. Hod dvr, Unable to
Sleep, Swallows Poison In
His Home
The Intense heat of the last few
days I* said to have caused Charles
F. Hodder, 25 years old, of No. 12
Commonwealth a\e, to kill himself
shortly after noon, Monday, by
■wallowing the contents of a six
ounce bottle of poison.
Aceoidlng to members of the
household, who found the body,
Hodder had been In comparatively
good health and spirits previous to
the hot wave. For the last few
nights, they told Coroner Rothacher,
he had been unable to sleep on ac
count of the heat and had complain
ed about his appetite.
Hodder was the purchasing agent
for the Smith Construction Cos. His
business affairs were in good shape.
No other motive for his act can be
assigned.
RAGE RIOT
ISJHECKED
Police Called Out to Protect Of
ficers Who Arrest
Negro
The speedy arrival of free lance
detectives and policemen brought to
a sudden halt, Sunday evening,
about 8 o'clock, what threatened to
develop into a race riot In the down
town Hastings-st. neighborhood. The
trouble was precipitated by the ar
rest of William Moon, negro, in
froat of- No. 40 Catherlne-st. by Pa
trolmen Sheehan and Thomas, after
he had hit Steven Briske, white,
ion the head with a brick. A largo
i crowd of negroes gathered within
a few minutes and threatened to
take the prisoner away from the of
ficers.
police alarm took Detectives Na
varre and Ketolhut to the scene
In a detective flier, and they rescued
the officers from an automobile in
the midst of the crowd where they
were held at bay by the mob. A
patrol wagon with a load of police
men arrived shortly afterward and
a path was cleared through the
crowd, and the prisoner taken to
the central station. He gave hla
age as 22 years and said that he
lived at No. 208 Macomb-t.
During the fracas, which followed
an argument between a group of
white men who walked through the*
district and a number of negroes,
bricks were freely thrown and fists
used to advantage Two white men.
Steven Briske. .32 years old. No. -I-l
Catherine-«t. and Floyd Look, 2-i
years old, No. 3Ho Michigan-ave .
were Injured. Both wen* taken to
city hospital. Cook with a fractured
skull and Briske with lacerations and
bruises. After the fight John Me-
Neal, negro, 23 years old, No. 45*>
Hastings st. arrested by the de
tectives charged with having struck
Cook on the head with a hammer.
McNeil, who has only one leg. waa
found at the top of a telephone pole,
where he tried to hide from the
police.
TAXPAYERS IN
RUSH TO GET
IN UNDER WIRE
Thousands, innny of them women
with babe* In arm* and tot* tugging
at their skirt*, mood In line in the
city hall corridors, Monday morning
with cash In hand lo “get In under
the wire” on payment of 1916 city
taxe*.
It was the last day for payment
of municipal taxes without penal
ties. and a steady stream of remit
ters throughout the morning and
continuing In the afternoon, attest
ed to the thrift of f*»tro|t taxpayers
The atnlT of the city treasurer'* of
fice experienced one of the busiest
days In It* experience, and It took
several policemen all their time lo
prevent congestion in the corridors
and youngsters from being trampled
under foot.
Officials at noon estimated that
6,000 persons would pay taxea be
fore closing time, and predicted that
the big record of tax receipt*, Sat
urday. when $200,000 was tAken In,
would be passed by a wide margin
Exceptionally heavy payments.
Monday, were not alone due to th»*
deadline for escaping penalties. Sat
urday was payday for many work
ers and the beginning of the next
week was the logical time to opeß
the family stocking to the tax man.
RACES
Suratoga Results.
Klrxt Race—Helling, 6 furlongs—
Silica, 105 (Keogh) 11 to 10, 9 to 30
and 1 to 6, won; lrna Frank. 103 (Gar
ner), 16 to 1, 6 to 1, and 2 to 1.
second; Naushon, 113 (J. McTaggsrt)
20 to 1. 8 to 1 and 4 to 1, third. Tima:
lilt 3-5 True as Steel. Last master,
Julia L., Amani, My Don
nie. lilgtodo. Hlancblta, Dr. Greiner
and Gnat alao ran.
LATE NEWS BULLETINS
NEW YORK, July 3ULitt
this afternoon pollc* official*
of the Lehigh Valley road, aft
er a careful examination of
their records placed their ex
treme dead In the Black Tom
explosion at 10.
1.0X1)08, July 31 Henry
Duke will be Ike next chief eee
reiary for Irclnud. Premier As
•liilth uunouaced today.
MOW YORK. July 31.—Barely.
■ln of \er* York’* aurfnre ntreet
«-nr traffic n|ipronrhed nearer and
nearer today. .Strikers uutrounc
ed t lint by nlahtfall ex ery ear oa
the Third-axe. system would be
■ topped. They predicted motor
mrn nud conductor* of Brooklyn
Itnidd Trnnnlt nnd the Interbor
oiiak Trannlt urrim. the W 11-
llixiii*liiirK lirldce would aoon he
out on aympnthetlu * trike. Police
report* of conditions nt noon
oboxxed ■ atctidlly drrr.tulnx
mi miter of cars operated by
strikebreaker* on the Third-axe.
com tinuy lines In Manhattan bor
on ah.
FOOT DOCTORS
HERE 150 STRONG
Ahout 150 chiropodists from ev
ery part of United Staten nnd Can
ada assembled Monday morning In
the Hotel tSatler, when the fifth an
nual convention of the National A«-
soclation of Chiropodists was op
ened formally In the banquet hall.
A free clinic watt the main feature
iof the educational course.
J. Francis Martin, president of the
asaoeiatlon. declared Monday morn
ing tliHt > the association has accom
plished xVTthih the last five y«ara
results which usually take 15 years
;to obtain. From the old-fashioned
“corn doctor," who travelled about
with n dull razor trimming corns. 1
Ito the present profession In a re
markably short time Is the record
of the organization.
Addresses will be made at Mon
, day evening’s session by Mayor
J Marx. Alfred Joseph, organizer of
jihe national association. Ernest S.
Stanaback, president of th-e nation
al body, and Cordelia B. Knokles, of
the womens’ committee.
POLICEMAN’S
BULLET HITS
WRONG MAN
Samuel Wallace. 20 year?- old, of
1 No. Is*f. Gratiot-ave., received a
slight bullet vvotind In the shoulder,
I Sunday afternoon, while ‘ittlng In
!t he rear of No. 253 Brush-Pt. The
stray missile was from the gun of
Patrolman CharLv, A. Folginan, who
! was chafing William O'Neil, nn al
leged pickpocket. Wallace w’as
treated at the city hospital and
went home. O'Nell who is 24 years
old. mid lives in Springfield, 0., was
arrested. He is charged with taking
fl’ from the pocket of Samuel
Ynfske. of Cleveland, O , at Hast
ings and Cllnton-st. The officer fired
five shots during the chase, one of
which Is thought to hav* gone over
the housetops, striking Wallace.
TWO NEW CASES
OE SCOURGE MAKE
TOTAL OF EIGHT;
Two new cases of poliomyelitis J
have been reported to the health I
olllc* Elizabeth Urnrv'i.i.-, 5 years ]
old. who resides with her parents j
In an upstairs part -f No. 1(»9 Bar
ron st.. was stricken Sunday after
noon. Dorothy Lynn, »5 months
old, of No. 571 Grec i ave., was re
moved, Monday r lorning. to the
Herman Kiefer hospital with her
right arm paraphed
This mak's eight cases of polio
myelitis reported in Detroit up to
date. Then- ha* been one recovery,
leaving “ vt-n still under treatment. ;
BRITAIN TO HAVE
JUSTICE FOR
CAPT. FRYATT
LONDON. July ill (Irrat Britain
proposes to bring to justice all
those concerned In the execution
of Captain Fryatt, no matter of
how high a station, In proper time,
Premier Asquith told the com
mons today.
"This atrocious murder,” he de
clared. "shows that Herman high
commanders under the stress of
military defeat have reverted to ter
rorism.’’
GRISWOLD-ST.
■ PAGE
CARRiGAH FITCHES SICK
RUTH IN FOURTH GAME
AGAINST JUNGALEERS
Field Baked By Heat; Cady
And Stanage
Catching
Bu IT A BOLD V. WILCOX.
NAVIN FIELD, July 3L—The Ti
gers and Red Sox met in the fourth
game of their six game series this
aftornoon. The Bostonians sought
to celebrate their first day In first
place by evening up the score which
stood two to one in favor of th**
Tigers. The field still was baked by
the long drouth and too fast for
normal play. Manager Carrlgan
pitched back Ruth, who was knock
ed out of the box Saturday and Cady
caught. Jennings sent back Cove
leskle, who alao got the bumps Sat
urday and Stanage received him.
First Inning.
BOSTON—Hooper fouled to Burns.
Vltt threw out Barry. Covelenkts tow
ed out Lewis. No run, no hit, no
er*' 1 '
DETROIT—VItt went all the way
to second on Scott’s throw over Gain
er Into the dugout. Bush hit to Huth
nnd Vlt was run down betwesn sec
ond and third. Ruth to Scott to
Gardner to Huth Bonle reached sec
ond Bush was caught off sevond and
was out Ruth to Gardner to Ruth.
Burns fanned. No runs; no hitts, 1
error.
Second Inning.
BOSTON—VItt threw out Gainer.
Bush threw out Walker on a very
| clever play. Gardner fanned. No
runs: no hits; no srrora
f DETROIT —Cobb struck out. Veaeh
■ Brrrs?i "W0"75t.; *
tori.
Third Inning.
I BOSTON—VItt made a great throw
out of Scott. Cady alngled past third.
llt was the first hit off CoTslaskie.
Huth singled to right. Hooper out.
Burns, unaelsted. Vltt threw out
Rory. No run. no hit, no error.
DETROIT—Young filed to Hooper.
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Walker aot Stanage's fly*. Covela**
kle fane«l. No run. no hit. no errar.
Fourth Inning.
BOSTON—Veach made a running ,
catch of Lewis' lty. Bush whipped
out Gainer. Walker lifted to Cobb.
No run. no hit. no error.
DETROIT—VItt grounded to Barry.
Bush (lied to Scott. Scott threw out
ou .. ao run. no hit. no error.
Fifth Inning.
BOSTON —Gardner doubled down to
right field foul line. Scott hit to
Covey who threw late to third to get
■' - *-will* • Gardner
scored and Cady was saye on Toung'a
luiu -ie. Hath fanned. Hooper eac*
rtflced Vltt to Hums. Harry heat;
out a high bounder to short. , Scott,
scoring. singled over sen-onrt,
scoring Cady. Oalnsr doubled to left
scoring Harry and Lewis and Gainer
took third on V r each’s throw t<> th*
plate. Walker filed to Cobb, h’tlvw
runs; 4 hits. 1 error.
TODAY'S GAME
BOSTON.
00005
DETROIT.
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Batteries—Ruth and Cady; Coe*
eleskie and Stanage. Umpires—Con
non, ,
Timothy Healy, member of parlia
ment and prominent figure in the
present Irish drama. Itegan hia
career as a warehouse roustabout in
Dublin.
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