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lit PRESSURE
RESISTED
IMi Outlook Causes
* Only Slight Market
Baeeaaions
> mm YORK. March 14. The Neu
VR|MR •flflßlfl* »«*« flnamiei r»Tir»
' Wmmn m* ....
■*fy it Ms time past the dlfflin
IMRIM •hmctnl'iic of the aecuM
autst has Us steady re
IrtitftmM to pressure This charar
RpMattc has at no tlose be* and better
"ptfliHiil than hi today's trading
RIH Bight levs developments were
tkdgMtty boorish. Tbs sltuaiton with
PMgoet to railroad labor Is, to say
- |Rs loose, aoafaging. altbo It does not
Bggaor that the trainmen are bent
a* o Btriks In any event, assuming
Mho railroad managers do not yield,
tfcla la to their credit that they have
BBOt a oamußuniration to the presi
gmt staling that their services will
ha available la ease of war. no mat
tar what happans The impression
Os Oarmawy's condition brought horn*
Igr the suite of ex-Ambassador Ger
*pfl tewda to turn Wall street s
ghßlghta once more to the possibili
ty mi panne, and this must be taken
■B a hoar influence
DMojilH this rather formidable
Ah* Bp of adverse factors, price* of
gUdn la general did not recede
ggara than a point or so except In
fga «aa» «f same of the specialties
Rg midday practically all early toes
mSmiUnt was inclined to
ItßftMiiatfMhi Ac the after
iggMR gifaacad prtooa moved for
BgMi jhadlnaslly la the late ees
g|a laiM was practically at a
fPiMrit Stacks I
m—iara %cwtatbok«
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:K Mr ..Jlf 117 11*
#!*•. prtuV, »4
*•* Om * Bl 44 4X
■BSI K*. 149% 1*4% 144 144
JSTiM. idIMH 1004 1004
MfeNt U. .. 174 >•
MT JT C0..144% I*4 4 114 lis
'fW ft PruddaE 44
Ma* iCt .... .... 14 sx%
■KjPm I4K 14% ....
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VMM Trggl ill 144 444
fcr Am L... .... ill 444 ....
Tits following firms tM privileged
•iwjniu orders on ths exchange:
** r * c ~'«* •
4 Cos.. W. W Nobis A Cos . D. U Sey
■Mvr A Cos.. W V HcLaughlln Mer
» Lynch * Cow of. a Hamlin *
Cos.. Wk A. Noor A Cos. Sinclair A
Qmla Emmet L. Sprague, Wm. H.
KrA Cos. F. K FOUOO A Cos.. Jool
■lnid A Cos.. Emmett Smith A
CO., w JT Rolily A Cos.. Matthew
HaA W. WitUo* A Cos.. Lewis O
jttafari 09 Stacks
Q«*<*Uon* by Hornblower A W
Mm RM All
QHMM Oil Cos, nfw l«% j 7
iUuttowiitDf co—mo io:«
Cos .... uo no
nehu* Fine Lino Cos. IOS IAS
ClMlkMui Mfg CO.. 430 440
Coloolal OH Cos 10 70
CoolMiPljl Oil C 0..... sis 010
Uno Cos . 17
QptnlMriand Pipe Line 110 140
v-BWMLJm .... lit 32$
■MO-M|. Oil C& 1«S UR
Itlm-ili 001 Cos., pro us 14i
Mmo rat uhio Cos . us tor
■piMl TronaM C 0.... 10 10
■iw Tort Transit Cos SIS SIT
■HthN Una Cos. 100 tot
f'BM Q« CogT,.., »»© SOS
Corparatlnn it% is\
ihnstHo oil m ou co . 000 <u
rnUrio hf* Um .... iss m
•Mar M* am not C«> SO4 40s
Mai Lin* Cos. so: 207
Km fna 041 00. S3! IIS
ftm u«* co us 120
BmM Off ( 0 (Col ) SOS 103
&>yiaaa aai m
Bi Do! Kantoofejr **!!... f|S 731
Do. WiWoiH SOS OOS
D«> New Jornojr 000 006
tfr WS, Mo York SOO S l O
* 470 4*o
c«. .... 100 110
MpTuk Umu... 04 or
ST. oil 4*s
Bfiii«o« Oft 00.... H «•!
oil 044 w«fl 3400
oil 014 Rvh« 144«
p»»iMi •• % i- >.
9Lw..; U
lj New York Stocks j
Quotation* by HombloWer A \Vs»h»,
liar. 11: Open High Low C'U»es
J Alaska Gold .. « • *% ■>
Allis Chalmsrs 14% 2«% *•%
Do. pfd ...44% »4% **% JJS
Am Agri .. . *1 41 »*
Arosr Cmm .. 44% 44 44 1* 9«
Am C. A F «4 44 45% 95VX
Am St F 41% 41 % <l% «-%
A H A L . II •>% 1*
I to. pfd ... 4* *T% «4 «;%
A. Ire Hr.: . IT % IT % *7
Am Llnaeed 2(J 89% 1«? l
IK., pfd .. 41% 44% 41% 4«%
Am I*>coin 19 TP % <° '•%
A. Smelt *R. 144 »•«% lOii* 144%
Do. pfd 111% 111** tilt* II '•
Am. Hue Kaf 111% lli 111% »1%
Am. Kin. .... Is % 3. 14%
Am Hart Hug 91% »?% *1 % *-
Am Tal. A Tli:% 117% 13T ljf7
Am. W'oolrn.. 4« 4*>% 49% '%
AnaeondA ... US US *-’• 'l' l
At-htson . .. 141% 147 l»l% l fl 2
Do. pfd .. 9> *9% 99 *9%
A. a atv 1 so.-a, if* m i? 5
Baldwin Imc 43 4:% 5* *•'o
BaltL A ' >hlo 15% :*% 75% *•
Hr t h Ht rel ... 144 MO 144 140
Class H ...in ' 114 Ml% 114%
Hstopilas ... 1% 1% | % JS
Rutla A Hup. 47 47% 47
Calif. Pet 14 14 34 1«
Do. pfd ..14% *♦% **%
Car Parlrtr 153% 151% 141% IM%
Central !»...'*»% 91% 4“% **S
Cero dr Pas-'.. 3* % Ik % 1* % J 4%
i%irsa A Ohio 4* 51 s*'« »•%
dll. (It. W, st. 11% 11% 17% IIS
Do, pfd ... 11 11 >1
C. A N thw.it 111 114 111 114
C. M A St P «'* 11 1 % *1
Chllr Copprr •*% 34% 15% 14%
Chino Popper **% »* 47% f>*%
Colo. Fuel ... 44% 47 44% 47
ConL Can Cos. 90% »*% »» «4.
Cona (las . . 11<* % 170% 11 % 114%
Com Prod H 11% 11% H% *>%
Cru. 8t C 0... 44 44% 44% 45%
tSth. Cana 9... 41% 41% 41% 43%
Dat. I nit Ry 714 114 114 17*
Dio Br< lirltlea 34% 1«% 10% 5*S
Dome Mlnrs . 19 19 19
*rlr 1« 14% 14 14%
Do. Ist pfd. 11% 11% It 49
Uas tv A W. 11% 14 lt% II
Oen. Motors !l*% 134% 114% 134
Oo<*drtch R C 55% 45% 44% 44%
04 North, pfd 111 ill 11SS 111
<K North. Or# 11% 14% 31% 14
Oraan Con. .. 44 44 44 44
Illlooia On. 101 141 lAI 141
1 nap Cepprr.. 49% 40 41% 49%
laterboro U . 13% 13% 13% 11%
Int. M Mar... S«S 37% 34% 3?%
.Do .pfd ... 71% 71% 73 74%
Int. Nlchal .. 43% 43% 43U 47%
lot. Pmprt 40% 44% 44% 44
Knn C. South 31% 31% 31% 31%
Kan Copper . 41 44% 44% 4. *
Rally Hp* T : 40% 41 4*% 4t
bnefcaw »t C. 14% 44% 41% 44%
Uhtfh Val . 44 44 44% 4«
Lortiland 319 319 319 319
Lwe. T Ruh. .33 33 33 33
lias well Mot 14% 34 % 44% 44%
Met Petrol... 47% 44 94 % 44
Miami Cop 41 41% 44% 41
bftooourt. new 39 39% 59 39%
National L»... 64 54 14 54
N Sn A St . 14% 34% 33% 34%
Nevada Cona 14% 34% 34% 31%
NY.NH. AH 41% 41% 41% 41%
North. Par .103 191 1*3% 191
N Y. A. Bkr 145 144 145 145
N. Y. Central M % 94 94-94%
N. O. A W 31% 19% 31% U%
Para Margu te 37 89% 31 37%
PariA, Mall .. U 33 33 33
leaner IS ... 43% 14 43% !S%
Peop Ona .... 94% 91 94% 99
nta Coal 44% 47% 44% 47
De. pfd. ... 11l % 111 113% 113
Pree. St. Car . 74 74 74 74
Ray Con 31% 39 34% 39%
Rep 1 A9l . 79 71% 79 79%
Reading com. 94% 95% 93% 94%
Sen. Air Une . 14% 14% 14% 14%
Do. pfd ... 33 33% S3 31%
Seore Roeb'k 339 339 339 329
Shot Arta. ... 34 31% 24 34%
Sloaa-Shrf ... 43% 44% 41% «4%
•oat* For ... 93% 91% 93% 91%
loath. R> 37 17% 27 37 %
Do. pfd. ... 14 14% 44 44%
Stode Corp .191% 141 144% 143
Texas Cos 224 237 334 127
Texae Par ... ll 11 15 15
Traaaue $. 44% 44% 44% 44%
Tcbac Prod . 41 44% 4.',% 44%
IT. S Mining .. 43% 41 41% 43%
Union Par. .. 131% 134 114% 134
Alloy 44 44 45% 45%
l*td Cigar Str 101% 192% 141% 193%
Ltd Krutt 141% 141% 141% 141%
U. H Rubber . 19% 19% 44% 49%
Do. let pfd 109% IM% 104% 149%
U S. Steal ~.119% 111% 199% 119%
Do. pfd ...117% 117% 117% 117%
U. S. Steele la 104 % 144% 194% 144%
C. S Cut I P 29% 30% 30% 30%
V 8 Tiid Al. .119% 121% 119% 131%
Utah Copper 110% 111% 149% m%
Vtr. Caro Ch , 44 40% 44 49%
M abash com .2 12 11% 11%
Do. pfd A. . 49% 49% 49 49%
Wabash. R . It 31 34 34
Welle Fargo .194 144 140 144
Westfnghouee 54% ti 54% &1
Wlllys Oeer. .. 35 35% 31 .75%
White Motor . 40% 49% 54% 54%
West Union ..44% 91% 94% **S %
Motor Stacks
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Quotatlona *jr Wm A. N»»r A Cos..
Mar IS: Bid Ask
Ajax Rubber B7\ 34
Auto WImI 30 ...
Briscoe Motor |0 2!
Do, preferred 00 S&
chandler Motor 103 10$
Chalmers. n*w 33
Cola Motor 734 131
Curtiss Aeroplane .... tO ?<>
Du plex Motor 14*4 16%
Federal Motor 103 11«
Firestone. new. com ..142% 14$
Do. prcfrrrad .. .... 107 lot
Flak Tire A Rubber 75 B$
Do. preferred 101 105
fisher Body SI 40
Do. preferred St Mi 44 %
General Motora 114% 120%
Do preferred 14% 40%
Ooo4year Rubber Cos . . 23$ 340
Do. preferred 107% 104
Or ant Motor $
Hupp Motor . 4 4%
International Motor ..1$ 17
Do. preferred 41 100
Kelsey Wheel Cos 4* 14
Kelly-Pprlngfleld Tire.. 40 41
Do, preferred ...... 41
Lee Tire A Rubber Cos. 22 22%
Dr. preferred I©4 109%
Mitchell Motors SO $4
Nash Motora 70 40
Pierre Arrow 4 4 51
Peerless Motor 1$ IS
Portage Rubber 179 110
Treat-O-Tdte 131% 113%
ftewart-Warner Breed. *3% 13%
Saxon Motor Car C 0...„ 55 II
Swlnehart Rubber .. . U
Signal True* 14 ?|
gtromberg Motor 34 34
Kurina* Id n-.dy Cos.. 70 »o
Ktuts Motor . 44% 47%
T’nlted Mtatea Rubber.. 64% O'*
t*n't»4 Motors 40% 41
Witlya-Qverland 3$ 35%
White Motora 50 $1 %
n MR KOI *TRMI.«
Quotation* by Hornhlow»r A Week*,
Mar. 13. M I t«k
Amir Public dilute* 35
Do, preferred 70 72
An>er Light A Traction 355 754
Do. preferred 113 11.1%
Aetna ExplogWes ... I 4%
Cltlea Service c0m.... 341 24$
Du, preferred 4040%
Chevrolet 114 130
Chnlmera Motor new ..35 36
Coeden Dll A Gas... 14% 14%
f>amp« as *9
Detroit Kd/taon 1.3 3 135
Kreege u% 13
M'dvale Kteel 57
Pacific Gat * Klectric 44% 46%
Do. preferred . *3 <x
Republic Ry A L.ght 42 47
Do. preferred . 73 75
Grant Motor . $
iOouth Cal Kdlaon ... 43 94
7*o. preferred |44 |o<
Xapulfa lief |#% ||
Submarine Host 2J 22%
Hupp Motor 4 t u
Triangle Film 1% 1 %
U. A Ught A Heat 1 ■* 1
I*o. preferred | 4
United Motors . . 24 *,*a 4
I*etre4« Hank ( tearing*
Detroit bank clearing* Tuesday
were $4.314.4*1.24 Total elearlpga
for 1417 to date are <622 434 <SJ 49
as against $343 741 444 44 for the cor*
reajK-uJiug period m 1414.
[Grain and Provisionsl
/DKTROIT, March 13—The tone In
wheat was easy and opening prices
nere %v but dealers ha<l little
Information and tradlnx was alow A
sleet storm put the telegraph wires
out of order and the usual dope was
missing
Larerpool has ths promise of in
creased von al receipt* and the mar
ket la • e«y for the drat time since
the new 1 -boat campaign Itroorn
hall says every country has adopted
in«tho4s us economy that result in a
saving of la to >0 per cent and
t. ekes up for the recent sinkings of
cargxsa m-ding ,*f May wheat waa
heavy to the point of recklessness in
Chicago Monday and foivigners ware
buying July. It is said that <*ns beat
sdd lucre Vay wheat than there te
In ths t'hiaaao rlsvtiers. Active
May sailing was continued Tuesday
and many nealsrs ware very bearish.
While Minneapolis reports active
flout business, local agents and mill*
srs say the trade her* is uuist. Ka
perts ere • apected to show an In*
trease owing to the arming of Am
eri- an ships and many arrivals of
tonnage t<> load at Atlantic porta,
hut tne weakness comes frorr the
fact that new wheat Is only about
14 w*ek» away and wheat Is not get
ting out of the country fast enough
to create scute Scarcity before that
time. The need of wheat and flour
is greater on the continent apd crop
out'ook so bad that foreigners are
already active buyers of the growing
crop
Word of a big export movement at
the gulf gave wheat a boost about
noon Later there was a lot ■*€
peace talk and the close was %c
lower for May and unchanged for
the other deals.
Alslke seed advanced 19c. Corn
and rye declined I%c and oats %c.
Tuesday s wheat 'luotatiow*. Cash
Ne : r*,l. .91% Mac opened with
a drop of %c at |1 99 advanced to
13 and declined to 31 94: July opened
at ti 49. (dv*a»*4 to |l 91 and de
clined to 91.59% No. 1 whits, 91 *2%
Tuesday's coarse grain quotations
Corn, cash No. 9. 91 11. No 2 yellow
91 12 asked: No. 4 yellow, |l 19%.
Owts. Standard. 94c asked. No. I
white. 44 %c asked. No. 4 whits.
XI %c. Rye Cash No. 3 91 47% ask.
ed Beans Itnmedlats. prompt.
March and April shipment. 97 34
Seeds Prims red clover. 911. March.
919.30; alslke. 91149: timothy. 93*9
Receipts In the l*etrolt market on
Tuesday Included 1.909 bbs of flour,
IX cars of wheat. 4t of corn. IS of
<»ata and 4 of hay. Shipments were
1.004 bbls of flour and X. 004 bu of
corn. Stocks are 347.999 bu of
wheat. 371.999 hu of com. 24X.099 bu
of oats and 31.999 bu of ry*-
Exports of wheat and flour Tues
day. 3X4.499 bu
Winnipeg received 702 cars of
wheat, against 1.43 X a year ago.
TOLItOO GROIN
TOLBDO. star. 13 —Ol dee—Wheat:
rash. 3181 May $187%: July. $1 40.
Corn Cash, $1 I*% May. $1.11: July.
$1 10. oats. Cash. 43 %c. Mar. 41c;
July S*%< Rye Cash. $1 $4 Clo
veraeed Cash. $lO 80: March $14.74;
April. sl4 20. October. $8 70. Alaike:
Prime and March. 11l 90 Timothy.
Cash and March. $3 47%. Butter:
Brick creamery. 4tc. tub creamery.
42 %c. Fags Fresh candled, Hr:
fancy selects, 80s liny: Unchanged.
mirtao groin.
CHICAGO. March 13 —Opening
Wheat May. down l%c. July, down
I%C. Sept, down Ic. Core May,
down %c. July. down. %r. Sept,
down %c. oats May. down %<*; July,
down %c. Provisions lower
Noon - Wheel May. up 2%c; July,
up S%< : Sept., up Jc Corn May.
up l%c. July, up I%c. <>ate May.
up V'. July. up %c. Provision#
irregular
Cose -Wheat: May up 3%c. July
up 3 %e: September up Ir. Corn May
up 1 %c; j’llt up l%c; September up
le. Oats: May no %c; July up %c.
Pruytatoae: Lower.
Quotations by Paine. Webber A Cos..
Mar 13: Open High Low Cose
Wheat
July t 42% I 44% 1 41% 1 44%
Kept 1 43% 1 44% 1 «3 1 4*
May 1 78% 1 43 % 1 78% 1 *1 %
Corn
Sept 1 05% 1 04% 1 84% hi 04%
Mav 1 ««% 1 4»% 1 «4% 10*%
July 1 04% 1 07% I 04 1 04%
fhts-
July. 41% 94% 44% 44%
May. i7% 54% 47% 44%
Pork-
May. S3 10 It 40 31 74 MS 31
July 32 *4 S3 44 31 3* 31 7$
Lard—
Inly 14 *4 1* *5 14 7$ el 4 40
Mar 1* *7 I* *7 14 77 1* 4#
Riba—
Mav 17 «o IT *5 17 34 rIT 17
.Inly 17 54 17 42 17 44 sl7 47
H-Bld s-flold
Boston Copper Stocks J
Quotations by Hornbtower A Weeks.
Mar. IS Open High Low Cl oaa
Adventure ... 3% 3% 2% 3%
Alaska Gold .4 < • 7%
Am. Zinc 36% 37 34% 37
Anaconda ... <3% <4% 12% 32%
Arts Com 13%. 12% 13% 11%
Arcadian .... 6 5 6
Bute Hup 47 47 47 47
Cal A Aria .. <l% 11% <l% <l%
< al. A Heels 600 640 540 S4O
< entennlal ... 32 23 22 IS
(op. Rang* . m% m% <3% <3%
Chino .. .. »<% 54 $7% 51%
Davis Daly .. 4 4 6% 4
P.aaf Butte ... 14% 14% 14% 14%
Oreene Can. .. 44 44 14 44
(ale Royaie ... 33% 33% 33% 32%
Inspiration . . $4% 4** 54% 69%
Maea 1 14 >4 14
Mayflower ... 2% 2% 2% 2%
Miami 41 41% 40% 41
Mohawk .. R$ % <5% $5% fc»%
Nevada Cons .24% 24 34 24
North Butte .. 22% 23% 22 22
OJtbway 2 2 2 2
Osceola ...... 43% 44 43 % 44
Pond Creek ... 20% 20% 20% 20%
Quincy <9 34 33 <3
Ray Cons 2< % 24 23% *l%
Sup A Bus .. 5% S% 5 % 6%
Shannon ..... 4 9 9 4
Nhattuck . .. . 2* 2< 21 21%
South !<ake . 4% 4% 4% 4%
f*t. Mary .... *7 <7 3*! 35%
Tamarack .... $3% $3% 53 53
Trinity 4% 4% 4% 4%
Tenn Cop l»% 15% 15% 18%
l'nlted Fruit 141% 141% 141% 141%
I tah Con I<% !<% 11% ]<%
t rah C«p .. .lU% 111% 1 04% 111%
Wolverine ... 45 46 48 45
n mm rorrrM stocka
Quotation* by Tf«rnhlrwer A Weeks,
Mar 11 Bid Aak
Butts A f 2.1 ;$
Heaton A Mont 40 <3
Calaveras 4 S
Chief 2% 2%
Cone Aria 2% 2%
Cop Min 3% 4
First Vat tonal ;t, j
Jumho Kxt 27 30
I.a Rose 50 SO
«it2n>i 4 < il
Nevada imuglaa |% 1%
I’Mii Cop 1% j%
Mtew art . . 47 $5
8 tikon ....... 32%
New Cornelia 17*4 13
DAIRY PROOICTO
Maries t-’i’ra rreHUe lb.:
creamery 0r«t« *7c dairy 2<c lb.:
packing stork 24c Ih
Fgga 7* re ah '■rv-etfMa. rases Includ
ed. firsts 27c dot current receipts.
23%r do* Receipts Tuesday. 2.010
cases.
f heeae Mlchgan flats, 33c New
York. 73t domes tl< Swiss 37 9 330;
imported 9al»* SSfMOr. brick cream.
21%c. Ilmhurger. l-lb. 2&%c. 3-lb..
34%c; K>n* horns. 26c. daisies. 23c
lb.
■ F.3A YORK I OTTOX WANKfrr
Quotation* hr Pane, Webber A Cos,
Mar 13 frpemnr Close
71 and f(<gh !/iw Hid Aak
Jan . 17«3 17 01 I*o3 17 o<
Mar « ‘ I' 40 )| 05 .
Slav. 17*6 U ©« 1731 |7<7 174*
July 17 93 17 11 17 43 17 30 17 fj
Sept ... .. . 17 oj . , ,
f> t 16 33 13 9J 19 73 13 3* 18.41
Tor 13 *1 .
ihr.. <M « J«.*i If.tl it. *2 17.01 17.03
dc 1 KOIf TIMES
| Livestock |
«|4 Mll4 A N caVTOAL OTIKNC YARDS
DETROIT, March 14 —Tattle Mar
ket ll#!4c higher than last weak;
beat heavy steers. Il"#19 4u. best
handy wslfht butcher steers 94#
* 40; mixed steers and hnlfsrs, 9*#*
handy light buU-kera 9'OI; light
butekera 94 99#7 99. boat r««* 97 99
VI >4. butcher row* 94 40 4?' 50
common r«w* 95 79494. raanero 9*#
196 hest heavy bulla 9lfl 14 bo log -
na t.nils. 97 4F S. stock bulla 9*o7i
ato>k bulla. 9407. milkers and
■prlngers. I>o® «« Veal calves Mar. !
ket etaady best 919*11 heavy. 9*E
9 Sheep and lambs Market steady
beat lambs 914 40. fair lambs. |l3 4»
49 14 34 light to common lamb* 913®
I' fair to good aheep. I»4O®I4TS
culla and common. 54®: Hoga 1
Market prospect, mixed. 914 S4®l4 49
Pigs lit# 13.74.
« kaxt at rruo i.nra rrotk
ilaaalag A ttevras
EAST BUPPAIA) N Y.. Mar I*.
Cattle Receipts 4# car*. 44c higher
prime steers. 9ll4t'tfl!o4 butchers.
I* 50® IX 40; fat row* |4 69#>. helf
era *:®».3'. bulla 1«04’4. Hogs
Receipts. 49 cars. sieady. heavy
9115-191*49. yorkers. 915.15#14 31.
pigs and ligkta. 911# 14.
Sheep Receipts 39 cars stow top
tambg !i. yearlings. |l,|
1179 wether. 9129 13 50. ewea, 91133
0 11.90
Calves 9*014.34
THirA(*o Live XT4K K
CHICAGO, March II —Hogs: Re
ceipts, J'. twwt m'rkei. weak and 4c ,
lower; nttxed end butchers. 91 4 340
14 53 1 heavy. 91 444 #l4Xf,
rough heavy. 9113X014.49; light.
914 100 14.75; pigs 911 34919 X 9 Tat
tle: Receiptn 4.099. market steady
beeves. 94 79*12 49. cows and heif
ers. )2 79 9 10X4. stocksrs and feed
era 9l:s«»t4. Tsxana 19 19019 *4
calve* *9.710 13.49. Sheep Receipts. |
14 909. market weak. 19c lower: na
tive 910 95013 11 western. 911.99#
12 13. lamb* 913 34914.91. weetem.
913.419M.4l *
n.nrutn i.nc itock
CT>BVEI*AND. March 11- Hogs
Receipts 1 399; alnw to 10c lower,
yorkers. 914 94. mixed and mediums.
915 r-ira 917 75 roughs. 313 50 a tax a
913 Cattle Receipts 19 cars, steady. -
Sheep end lambs Receipts I cars
steady top. 915 Calves. Receipt*
399. steady, top. 914
TOLEDO LIVE STOCK
TOLEDO. March It Hogs: Re
ceipts light market 24c lower on
pigs, heavle* 915.19915 14. mediums
914015 10 yorkera. 913 4*919 g 1
pigs. 9130 12 30. (halvas: Market
steady. Sheep and lambs Market
steady.
riOOUCc j
Both butter and eggs were steady
on Monday, but the lavtsr have not
yet reached their low point. Poultry
la quite Arm. and some receivers are
trying to spring the market a little
because of the very unsatisfactory
receipt* The feature of the market
of most interest to consumers was
a further decline on potato prices
Buyers are not taking bold, of late,
and with efferlnga a trifle more lib
eral the market Is not cleaning up
An advance of 4c In linseed oil prices
Is announce,] for today.
Apples 93.1404.59 nar bbl for
Choice and 94 9l for fence
Bane was Good ship ng stock.
912 440159 ounch
Beans.. ,»rted Umu ,14c lb.
CiasbsrHw -Lata Howe* 99 par
bbl.. 99 bu
Ere seed (elves Fancy. 14 017 c;
No. 2. 14 014 c lb.
Ore seed Heps Light, 17019 c.
heavy. UOIXc lb.
Flaeaa Haddles-— 1 .4 c lb
Fresh Vegetables Radishes. SAO
i.Tic dos . parsley. 34035 c do*; cu
cumbers hot house. 93C3 34 car
rots. 91 50 bu . Uruseeis sprouts, lb®
10c qt.. California celery. 45c0|i 60
dos cauliflower. 13 39 do*, lettuce.
' 11014 clb ra*>beg». new Florida.
91.4403.75 per hamper shallott* r dg
45c per do* Florida celery. 94 4901
, per case.
Grape KrxH—93 40 0 4 per crate
Haney -Fancy white. 19017 c; ex
-1 traded. lb.
Hay—Detroit shippers are paying
the following prices f»»r baled hay la
i car lot* f. o b Detroit No 1 timo
thy. 914.44® IS standard timothy.
•IS 59014 Tight rr.lXe 3 913 *^ol4.
No 2 timothy 313011. Ne. 1 mixed.
'•72 99®It N> 3 mixed lto®p No.
, 1 clover. 41301159 rye straw. 99 Xd
019 wheat ant ,iat straw. 91 9994
, per ton
l easees 94 3404 79 per box
Unsea—Jl 10 01 39 per IX9
Wwtw— ’▼t’nuts fo0?!c almonds
1 lf®24c Alberts. 190!4c. Rraxlis.
il4 ojoc p. c*ne 13 01 fee lb.
4esst*» Navels 93 04: Florida.
33 36 03 54 per box
Ondtnne 914 50011 per 104-th
sxck Spanish onions. 94 00 per crate
Pwlsise, Michigan car lots In
bags. 92 4402 45 bu new Bermudas
31s per bbl.
Feptfry—‘•pMngs light
springs. 200 21c: heavy hens.: 220
tic: mediums. 24031 c
14c; roosters 14015-x. t»»M Mo29c.
ducks. 23 0 24c lh
4fr»wherries *4r quart
•seel Pefateee Jerse) s. kiln dried,
42 per crate
•JOBBING PRintt
<ewwed Gasdo Apples. 91 79 per
?|a!., Uma beans ti 1001 44 mr*
ancy Maine 91 99: etanda'd 31 450
I*4. tabla baets. 11 3501 40: pea*
fkney early June 11.40:
salmon, tall 13 44; marrowfat pea*
ll 34 0 s 24. early Juns. 9199 stftsd
early June. 91 49 do». fomstoa*
standard, ll 5001 99 do*
(~ aooo Santos, standard 19019 c:
giedlum. 19014 c: fancy 24013- Rio.
14% 0 11%c: 1-tb packages 19924 c.
1• lh tins 24 0 34c lb
Feed—Jobbing prices ico-ih sncUa.
bran 3(4 standard middlings. 344
fine middlings. 545. cracked corn. 349.
coarse corn meal. |«4 < or n ~
chop. 342 ton
Flsar -lobbing prices Hes* M'chl.
gan ;ef-nt. 11 o s*< -nd patent. t"> 4
straight 39 40 pure rye. |i spring
patent 919 94 bbl In %th paper sake
Oil Raw llneeed. |1 •( tolled lln
aeed. II 07 In barrel into kerosene,
tank-wagon or Iron barrela t%c. red
crown gaecltne. 19%c gsl
Hides Vo J cured hides. 3t«; No.
1 green hides. 19c. No 1 . tired hull*
19c, No 1 green hulls. It. Vo. 1
cured veal kip lie; No. ‘ vreen veal
kip. 23c. No 1 cored murrain 31c;
No 1 green murrain 19c No 1 cured
calf. 34c No 1 green calf 43c No 1
horse hides 9* 25. No | hers* h dee.
IT 21. No | tallow 9%c Vo 2 tal
low. *%r per lb; No 1 hides «.ff.
No. 2 kip and calf. I%c off sheep
skins. (as to amount wool!. *4 ®|i
AK V* YORK XlTntX 4XO Ffit.m
NEW YORK March 13 Ruttsc-
Quiet, re, elpta. 19.374, creamery ex
tra. 49% 0 41c; do sp*ctal market.
41% 0 42c. state dairy tubs : »fM4e,
Imitation creamery firsts, 11032 c.
Fgga Easier; receipts. 25 74* near
by white fancy. 11012 c. nearby mix
ed fancy, 39029 c. fresh firsts 27 0
ttc
EIXiIX Rl TTF.R.
Rutter rales at 490 4 3c, mostly at
44c, sams aa last week
We Buy, B«ll or Quote
HUPP MOTOR
Direct Private Wires to All Principal Kirhargca
Wm. A. Neer & Cos.
Members Doiroli Btock Fx< hang*
I .anting HA IN ->O<HI Detroit
I Sipr Itatot j
Hanr* Detroit pri<««
Cryiul 4nmlßM*. *-!*• 91t.1l crys
tal dumiiwMk i-lfc. IIS 34. *•#»• Wt
i Id*. HP*#, cut lt»af. HO *5 cub*#.
41; XXXX powd«r*4 9»t«. IMand
i ar<l po».l*r«d, •• II granulated ex
l t r# coarse. #•.**. fln#. lb
bulk. M 74. grnnglated. 34-lb cotton#
MM; crystal domino gran, l-lb and
l-lb carton* In a#a*. •» I*, cryaial
dutalbo gran. IIT i ai*i, l> II dia
mond A #* M confectioner*' A. •* 79
No 4. |« 79 So ». #» 7*. No. 4. M«*.
No 7. ft 40 No, I. 1»44. No. I. |# IP.
No 19. I* 41. No 11. I* 49 No. 11.
MU. No. II I*3*. No. 14. I* 10 No
11, || 19 non -«.« k ing inlxtur*. II 54
b**t granulated. H 49 per 190 Iba.
household powdered. l a. 14 to raa*.
sl3l. household poadtrtd. I'#. 41 I#
i asr. |4.41 par ca•*
4 Hit tuo m mi
CHICAGO, March 13—Butter K»-
trs* 40c. A rat a 3»03»c. dairy ax- |
traa. 341* 0 37.-. first*. 33034 c. Kgga
I’rim* ordinary. first*. 14
oX4**c Chee** Tain*. Uo!iy:
young America*. JIH 914 r I*lv#
poultry: Fowl*. !1 He; duckn I*#
33c g**a* 13014 c. aprlnga. 31 S»v
turkcva. jo*. Potato** Receipt* IT
car* fancy west. 92 3303 40 Vtlwox
gin and Minnesota 13 13 01 3#.
rkOltl 4 R MtMKFT
NKW YORK. March IS Flour
Hull. un»*ttl*d Pork Firm. m*aa
f 34 390 34 l«ard Steady mlddleweei
apot. ft*. 49o I* 39 A.igar Raw.
firmer, centrifugal *4-test, t# 140
139. muarovado *9-te#t. 14 ST ft 443
refln-d quiet rut t<«*f lit*
|« 19 powdered |T 1004.14. granu
lated. |7 01 Coffee. Klo No. 7 on ep-'t.
,o%c. Tallow Firm, apeclal, 13'pc.
city. 11 \c; country. t3<4lt*9c H*»
Moderately active prime No. 3. |t 90
•11 19 No. I 4349 T&c. clorer. 300
*3V|C. Hreaaed poultry Quiet, tur
keya 14034 c; chicken*. I*o 24c.
fowl* 1 401* V#c, dock*. I*o 34c 1.1 ' e
poultry Firm; ge**e 140l*«- ducks
S3O3Sc Powla 2SO2SSC; turkey*.
39034 c. r<*oatera lMpc chicken
broiler*. 17031 Che*** Firm atale
milk common to *peclnla 24U0
*ktm*. «c»mman to special. 14 0
21c.
TEUTON CENSUS
IN U. S. TAKEN
NEW YORK. March 13 Accoid
in* to »tateraents thi# afternoon of
government agent* working here on
Gorman plot#, th* Gorman govorn
mont ha# igont* taking a consu# of
German-Amertcan# in thl# country
. Tho Information la aaid to com*
from two American agents who
worked for Germany a# supposed
I»Pie#
Agent# of the department of hi#
tlce, It became known, have several
of these census lakers under surveil
lance and are working In cloae cty
operation with the departments of
•late and war at Washington Steps
j to intern these men. tt Is believed
would be taken Immediately should
I hostilities come
I
Local Stock Trading Dull.
Reflecting the ipjetlvtiy of the
* New York market, the Detroit Stock
exchange worried along in a dull
grove, Tuesday. Trading was scat-
Uird ihruout the list and mint of
U was in odd lots. There was but
one exception to this and that was
the sale of l*fo shares of Charcoal.
There Is nothing so far to indicate
an early rsturn to ncnnal.
Hall Lamp Declares Dividend.
The Hail I amp company ba-t de
clared Ita regular quarterly dividend
of two per cent payable Marco 24
to stockholders of record March 20
We are specializing in
I^ARItOUH
Motors
Corporation
Stock
and will be plaited to give full
detail* regarding the company'*
progreea, and other information
pertaining to thia investment.
Harbridge & Cos.
Stocks and Bonds
Phone Main 5723
99 Buhl Block Detroit
IMPORTANCE
OF THE
JUNIOR COPPERS
R#nt**4 Interest In all racial
stock* finds a c*nt*r In the Junior
copper- Issues Possessing possi
bilities for substantial apprecia
tion In market vatu* the mmini
few month-* prom las to rnaks for
the adjustment of market prices
of these securities to ths enhance
ment of property values and earn
ing power. We present. In our
WEEKLY MARKET LETTER
information of Interest on these
Junior copper issue*. Including
Ma le4*r Davis Dal?
>T*me“* 4 Jerome Verge
;:st £sr,* r ~—
Mines ksllerlsSr
and Others.
A copr will be mailed fr*a on
request
Oar Street private wire ts the
lead!** market renters enable* ns
I* give eseeptlasal service an *r-
Sera for Matar Stacks. Mining ang
Oil atoehs anS < srk ladastrlals
We carry th* ahoy* stocks on
rrasonsblt margin*
GUNNERS 6ET
SECRET ORDERS
Daniels ( ompletM last ructions
Kor Delta** of V. S.
Merchant awn
HY CARL Ti OHO AT.
I Staff Ct/rrtapondent fatted Pres#.)
WASHINGTON, March 14. ln
struct ton# to Amertcaa navy gun
ners regarding their conduct in de
fending United Stales armed mer
clanlman from German submarlnea
In Germany's barred death area, are
completed and approved and will
he Issued “whenever needed.**
Secretary of th# Navy Daniels
drew Ihe orders and then In two
conference# with Secretary of State
Ijanstng made some changes, be
lieved to be minor
Ikanlel*. who announced today
ormpletlon of tb# Instructions, de
dared they would be secret and
said he had control of the situation
so (hat the contents would not be
made public from any source
There will be little delay In for
warding the Instructions It Is aa
sumed. Daniels, however, declined
to give the exact time on the ground
that this would serve as a means
oi showing the sailing dates of the
aimed ship#
President Wilson. It la under
stood, saw the orders when they
w« re completed and with Secretary
Lansing approved them.
Secretary Daniels made the spe
cific request that newspaper* re
frain from any speculation or In
ference as to the eon tents of the
order.
Matla#~«b* plate aval klaS-ihal
la Hxkl—Tin*-* Uk n*w« Wale At*#
Last Call!
The time has come for you to ACT.
To secure Harroun Motors stock at the present
price of $7 a share, you must forward your remittance
immediately, putting it in our hands before midnight
Wednesday, March 14.
After that hour, the price will be $8 a share.
There is but one exception to this rule.
We will recognize as eligible any remittance on
which the postmark of mailing shows an earlier hour
than that on which the advance in price takes place.
Hasroun
It's up to you I
You know the whole story of this
corporation—its able management,
its rapid progress, its close ap
proach to the period of large quan
tity production.
You realize the tremendous pres
tige already accorded its product—
a sensational, popular-priced car.
the output of which has been sold
for five years in advance.
Kach Sale SIOO Profit
You understand the almost un
equaled earning ability of the mo
tor car industry, in which EACH
SALE nets a manufacturer's profit
of at least SIOO, and sales to deal
ers are made on a basis ABSO
LUTELY CASH.
You have often envied the stock
holders in prosperous motor car
manufacturing companies com
panies whose securities are so
closely held as to be out of your
reach—in many cases not available
at any price.
And now it is in your ppwer to
become a partner in an enterprise
which, from its very beginning, has
combined elements of success pos
sessed by none of its predecessors.
And You Control
Not only a partner but a CON
TROLLING PARTNER for, when
the sale of Harroun stock is com
pleted. control of the Corporation
With factories and distribution virtually complete, the Harroun car
an assured success, and the production peiiod in definite view. Harroun
Stock is an even BETTER BUY AT *7 than it was fi\e months ago at $5
a share.
Let nobody swerve you from your decision to invest in this
security before it goes higher.
ITS UP TO YOU!
Harroun Motors Corporation
Fourth Floor Dodge Bldg., Jefferson Ave. E. at Brush St. ♦
DETROIT. MICHIGAN *
(Our of Sea will be kept open evening*, including Wednesday)
llarrsoa Motors Corporation.
Dodge Building, Detroit.
Enclosed find $ f payment for shares
of Harroun stock at $7 a share, to be delivered as an ad-interim certificate
issued by the Equitable Trust Cos., of New York.
Pittsburgh Divine
Is Lenten Speaker
■ T M
REV. LUCIUS H. BUOOEE.
Mr. Bugbee. who 1# pastor of
Christ Methodist church, Pitts
burgh, is th# speaker for the cur
rent week In the Methodist noon
day I.enten services being held in
the Detroit opera house Ills topic
Tuesday was “Paradoxte# of life.**
He is a forceful preacher.
MRS. TORREY DIES
IN CALIFORNIA
Mr*. C. F. Torrev. widow of c F
Torrey. former chief engineer of the
Michigan Central railroad, dle.« In
Pasadena Hunday. following an
rperation for app* ndtetti*. Mrs
Tcrrey was formerly Miss Cha-l'fte
Foote, daughter of Mrs George
IMORE DAY in which You Can
Buy Harroun Motors Stock at /
WKDNRSDAY. MARCH 14, I*l7.
will rest, not with the organizers
nor with any great financial inter
ests, but with you and those who,
like you. have financed the Corpora
tion's beginning and production.
Asa guarantee of our faith in our
company. Ray Harroun and his as
sociates have deposited the 400,000
shares held by them with the
Treasurer of the State of Michigan
to remain in escrow at the disposal
of the State authorities until the
Corporation has earned a dividend
of at least $600,000.
Remember that your investment
in this security opens the way not
only to one but to TWO PROFITS.
Harroun stock has already risen
from $T> to $7 a share of $lO par
value. It rises to $8 on Wednesday.
This upward progress will un
doubtedly continue.
We predict that, with the start of
production a few weeks hence. THE
STOCK WILL REACH SIO—PAR.
The increase in the value of you*
stock will therefore be a highly im
portant factor in your satisfaction
over your investment, even though,
as we believe, it will never tempt
you to sell.
The Fourth Rise
It is this same increase which,
reflecting the rapid progress of our
plans, has already warranted an in
crease in the pnee of this security,
on three prior occasions.
Focta aad at#tar at Fred J. Foote.
*•11 known In Dotrcli #oa*#ty the
was U year* old and a vro#aaa ad
unusual beauty and charming |»*r
roaaitty. Htnca th# death of bar
husband in a rallnad accident In
tOt ah# has lived with bar three
children In Detroit, bar lent real
dence being in the tfMky apart
manta, Klrhy-ava. wreL
•ha ta survived by two daughter*.
Miss Charlotte Torrwy, of Detroit.
> 1.(1 Mrs Q*orga M Keller of Boltl
more; a stepdaughter. Mrs. Harry
Alila, of Columbus. Wi*., a aon.
Dana Torrey; her mother, Mr*.
Foot*, and two brother*. George and
Fred Foote.
The body will be brought In De
trolt for Interment. Funeral arrang*-
tnsnta have not yet bean announced
MRS. WETMORE
TO APPEAL CASE
Mrs. RIU Wetmora, who ctalro# to
be the common law wife of Waltar
R Hamper, will appeal from Judg*
Command s decision refusing her a
widow’s sh-vre In the 11,000,000 es
tate of th* late tobacco manufac
turer. She filed a notice of appeal
.some ;tme ago, but failed to per
fect the Appeal in the time required
uy law. Tuesday morning she fried
a petition for a SO days’ extension
of the tiP'f.
STOCKHOLDERS’ MEETING
OP D.CR.R. COMPANY
Notice Is hereby given that the aa.
tux) meeting of ths stockholder# of
the Dslr#v ( < nnecilng Rallread Com
e«ny. for tks election es Directors
and ths transition of tuck otker
business as may com before the an
nual meet'ng. will bs hsld at the of
fl< s os th# company in the Ckr of
Detroit, Mich, on Wednesday march
21 1 >I T. at i p m By order of the
Directors of the Company
(Signed) J. D SANDCRA
Secretary

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