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STOCK MARKET
IS UNSTABLE
, 1 '7 I,
Buying and Selling Alternate
h In Light
\ ultimo
NEW YOHK. June 30.— The New
York Kvpmng Sun financial review
Friday raid:
"Wave* of profeeaional buying
sad eellina * In relatively light
volume Imparted an appearance of
fnatahltity to today'fi atw’k market,
hot net change* were not coneid* r
able and movements were quite de
void of eigniflcance t eyond showing
the ueual Friday tendency to settle
account* for the week *nd.
"In the present Instance th*»re
were adjustments also by those who
purposed to absent themselves over
the Fourth of July as well ** the
week-end Wall street has an idea
that the securities markets will d<>
little more than mark time until
after next week.
"After midday prices stiffened on
covering operations and with few
exceptions ruled thereafter narrow
ly around the previous closings
The copper, motor, rubber and
stigar issues were under pressure
Crucible Steel was a strong spot.
The rails w. re neglected and heavy
In general, but showed an improved
tone later.
"The industrial list closed strong."
Detroit Stocks
> ■ —'
FRIDiV* qt OTATIONfi
Llvtrd SUmXw
Open Close Bid Ask
Acme Wh Ld I;• • • •
Do. pfd , 5 .
Am LA Tr x *>• ?*;
Do, pfd xd 1J
Am Put' Util •••• 1*
A utu body Cos
Bower It B x • ■ >* 3
Hur Add Ma i.
Charcosl Iron S'j * 4 * a * *
Do. pfd «’* ***
Chevrolet M
Cities Kerv x - s ;
Do Pfd *d <;»
<• -ahtnl« Ld . * - »
Columbia Sug j 1
Commerce M
C ft P * L> pf 1*
Do. pfd x<t J 'i.
Continental M f
Det ft Cl N»v
D«t Creamery
r>et Edison
Det Ir A «t * 3 *
Det V A Fit. I*®
Hdrnd A Jon
Do. t.fd
Ford Mos C 23® 23 5
Uen A 1 A J*
Do. pfd *;h
Gen Motors •••■ J*.
Hall I Jimp Cos 31 23 4
Houa-Splta. *
Do, *
Iron silver M *7s^
P S Kre*ge • JJH
Me* Cr Rub 10
Mich Ftamp * ’*4
M'ch Btete T •• • • ?0
Mich Sugar 3. 93
Miles-Det The »4
Mlnne Sugar —.. 120 ....
Do. prd ....
Pacific
Do pfd 01
Pack Mot xd 13* ....
Do. prd xd 1»5
Palre-Det M. 29 4 29% -••• , u
Parxe Davis. .... - 11® 1124
Prudden Wli. 73% 234 234 2»
Reo Motor C. 27% 27 % 2<S 27%
Trussed Con -
Bcotten D'llon *2
IVoIv Pt C xd *4
White Star L
■asks and Traat Cota panic*
Amer State Iff
Central fiav SSO >OO ....
Detroit Sax i7f >7O ;•••
Dime Savings .... >l2 .... >lO
Federal State IST 13*
First A O D N .... 194 .... 193 4
First State »90 I*s
flighld rk St .... 2974 .... >OO
Merchants Nat .... I*l .... I*4
Nat B of Com Jl2 - -- - » &
Peninsular S >OS •• -« 405
Peoples State .... *7> >75 ...»
United Pav B .... *lO *>o ....
Wayne Cos H »9« 5*5 ....
Detroit Trust .... 5*5 .... 400
Security Trust .... **s .... ....
(nlon Trust 190 .... 1M
Oer.-Am. L- 175 til ....
The following firms are privileged
fn execute orders on the exchange:
W. E Moss A Cos.. Carlyle A Povah.:
Oeo. M West A Cos.. E. E. Maorrone
A Cos.. H. W. Noble A Cos . D. L. Sey
mour A Cos.. W B. McLaughlin. Mer
rill. Lynch ft Cos.. W. A. Hamlin ft Cos,
Wm. A. Neer ft Cos.. Sinclair ft Con la
Wendell. Mulkey ft Cos. Wm. H. Rose
St Cos.. F. K. Pelton A Cos.. Joel Stock
ard ft Cos.. Bennett. Sir.tth ft Cos.. W.
E Relllv ft Cos.. Matthew Finn A W.,
Wallace ft Cos.. Lewie O. Oorton. B"l
--den. Woodruff ft Cos.. Besncr. Cramer
ft Muehl. Dodd Martin ft Cos. O'Hara
Ferris* A Cos . Webb. L** ft Cos.
r
Motor Stocks
* J
Quotations furnished by William A.
Neer ft Cos, June 29. Rid Ask
Ajax Rubber 4*4
Auto XViieei *<»4
Brisco* Motor 20
Chandler Motor *9
Curtlas Aeroplane 34% >9 4
Duplex Motor 14*4
Federal Motor 3* io
Firestone, new. com... 121
Do, preferred 106 107
Fisk Tire ft Rubber.... 74
Do, preferred 103 100
Fisher R«»dy 37 a* 4
General Motors 114% 115'-
tlondrich Tire 4« 4 9
Goodyear Tire ft Hub.. I*7 H*6
Grant Motors 3 64
Hupp Motor 2 4 34
International Motor ... 5 If*
Kelsey Wheel 4<i
Kelly-Hpringfield Tire «6% 46
Do, preferred *7 4 r '.i
J>ee Tire A Rubber 17 \ I*4
Mitchell Motors 4" f.2
Motor Products 25 4n
Nasi. Motors 71 X 5
Republic Truck 71 73
Pierre-Arrow 4 1 42
Peerless Motor 15
Portage Rubber 145 155
Prent-O l.'te 1314 132%
Stewart • Warn '■Speed. 52 63
Saxon Motoi ... .. I*4 is
Bwlnehart Rubber .... 65 70
Signal Tru* k 16
Btromberg Motor >5 35
Springfield riodv . 50
gluts Motor >94 404
United states Rubber.. f«*
United Motors 2*4 \
White Motors ts IT
Wlllys 4>verlahd. com . 5t 31 >,
Do, preferred 92% 94
tfgW lORK fUTTRR
..NEW YORK, .tune 29.—Butter.
Quiet, receipts. 14,9>6, creamery ex
tra. >*c: d<*. 'special market. 3*43,
|9c; state dalfy. tubs. 33«#36c; Imitk-
Ilon creamery firsts. 350 3s • I'.gas
r lrm receipts. ISi53. ne M rhv white
fancy, \ \4B 4» 41c; neaf{by mxed fancy,
136917* fresh firsts. 344ff37*\
vr.tl hink tarroti siiikki
Quotations by Talne, Webber A Cos,
Tun* "fi. Open
tan war v 24 9.3
MMf| 26.91
iuly ........i. ,v 24 is
nmibfr
P>»9lbee 24 71
f
New York Stocks
Quotation* L*> H**ry»biower ft lieeks
June 29, Open High i'!***.*
Alaska Gold . j% S'* S\ *•
Allis i haltu .
Am <’an. .oin. I' » 14% 4 )**»
Ini « ft I’, cm 77 4 S4 77 4 "'
Ani St Pounds 764 71'* 7»j % *1 V
Am Cotton *»i I •' 3* ‘7's •
lAm lid A Uh it 14 If»« 1*
l)o. pfd •- «•: *• J 4 9J 4
Xrn Ice Sr ir 2-'* 75 75 2.*
Am IJnsd, *m - » -'-‘4 ‘'*
Do. pfd ... '4 so 4 794 nt>4
Am lj>' «ui, >: • , • 4
Am Srn A- Ref *> *» ' ■
An, Sue Kef !: ■ 119'* 11* l'*S
Am XiM’* 3" 4 r *X i < l*7
\ni I*4l Sug . • < *3 ’ -
\tn_Te| ft-Tet-rtfl !. 7- * 04
Ain W <>ol* n . •• 7 •- S- ■ x
Do. pfd i*i 1“ *4
Anaconda '7 4 >l4 '1
It-’hi son I ■ 1 * 4 1 11 % ’% *
g ll I'st l,lne I,l'1 ,l ' t*" 1
At ‘it ft \V In l • I'*• 1 *\ I
Raklwin Loc. • %
Kalr ft nhlo . '7'» .'7 4 '-'»
Heth St I'l H ’ o, * •»
BUtte ft Sup' ■« . *' » ' . - **
Cal Pet . . » »
Ob nad I’a 1 .1 r • ’’ 1 '* * 1 *
IVn l.eath‘" » i '» '• ‘J 4

< ‘hr * ft * »t. 4 S • 4
«’handl* t M:r ' k - * 1
Columbia Ga* il 4! *" G
c m a s t p ;;
c R 1 ft 1* .3; «* * »
I’hilc Copper 7' , 214 21 ♦ .
Chioi* '' I'p' i « i« ’ * j I
*
Cent Can u « 2*c 7
orn I*r *,l K*f i 4 - ’ '•
lb.. |.fd . ' 4 1". * 2 •■•*'» ;
Crucible S ' "4 *• ' •» •
I'uhm c*n Sg <. * ! -'« •
I ‘el a. Kud* n. 117 2: ’
Distl secur. .. D■, J2‘» 194 72 \
Min* •* . r. 7 7 /
H*r i< ~ " in *> 4 .*< . -i>’* » j
Do. Ist pfd 51'» '3 3*4 *
Wd S ft U C,. r 17 ! 7
Gen Hie* ' 7 : * 162 1 '*i
11*"n Motors 4 ! ’» IC* •» ;
n !' Go,-dr ti. '3\ 49% ", »*4
Fisher B*>d>
tJt North pf-i *7 1-74 l‘-6 4 *"6 T ANARUS»
<»t North Or* . *. "2 4 31 4 31 \
*3rer ne Can »" * n 4*» 4"
Haskell Hark 394 *4 19 39
Illinois c, n H'S 4 I<*.' . I's » 2' «
Inspire I'ep, *•. , *'2'» 61 4 li. 4
Inter Met '* '>4 '<4 *4
Int Mer Mar .'7 4 27 '. 264 '-'7 4
D< . pf I *2 . ‘2 , *•' 4 '2 4
Gif state St 12*4 12*4 H’* l-'
Int Nl* ke; ?s4 ’ta * ;l> '.
Int Caper .... .73 - 24 4 33 j » 4
Cop. M , C'S It 4 9 4
Ke |! V SpK Tire 46 ♦». 44
f.ack St IV, •»! 9-. *1 6 , I
Lehigh V.i! 64t. 6*4 644 ”‘ 4 I
Lee Tire, Uub I*4 I*4 I* 1' 1
Midva-e St 614 6:4 614 62 4
M. K ft T com * 7 7
Mont I' .wd Cos 93 4 *:■. 9 4 IJ*.
.Nat His* com 1 *4 7"*4- l' l * ..
Do. pfd ...111 111 111 111
\ 12n ft St.. 3*4 3*'« 7>4 2*4
Nev Cops 23*- -3 4 7.4 214
N V NHftH 37 % 2*4 !7 4 3*4
Norf A West 124 li t 127 4 J- * 4
North Fa*- .l"2-» 1"2 4 l"1"x l^.'
N V Cen .. 92 , 92 4 ■>.* 4 9j
N V. Oft W 27 4 23 4 23 4 23 4
Ohio Cit* Gas 119 124 1174 171
1 «.re Marq. . . 1*» If* 4 19 194
Fa*- Mall
Penn S3 4 r, 14 r,2*. 52 4
leo fins 7* 76 774 ’*
Fi«tc> -Vrrow m »1 41 tl
Pitt* Coal 544 ’■* 534 54*.
Fliila Cos .33 7. t 4 31 34 4
Press St Car.. 77 75 7*. 7*.
Pullman 1414 I*l4 It 1 ' 14«4
Rav Cons 2*4 2*4 2* 7*4
I'lv St Spa .. 5.1 534 r? 53 4 !
Rep I ft St. 90% 9J?, *»*> 914
Do. pfd .I**3 4 1*33 4 H>2 4 l ft 3
Reading rom 96 \ *5 '*
Saxon Motor . 16 17 16 17
S A T. Ry pfd 3*4 2*4 2*4 2*4
Sears Roeh'k 16*4 16*3, 16* 166
Superior Steel 49>, s'' 4 |9X. s*"'%
Sinrlatr 0i1... 42* ? 42\ 41% 42 I
Sloss-Shef, .. . 574 574 57 57U'
South Fa** .. . 9, , 9»;, 9ji, '*4l^
South Ry . 27% 2* 27 4 2*
Stllde Corp... 6* 6S 64 4 67
Do. pfd .. 94 94 94 94
3**, 3*4 37 4 37%
Tenn Cop .... 174 17% 17 s. 17 \
Texas Cos 2934 212 2**4 212
Texas Far 16 16 16 16
Tobacco Prod '6*i 57’, 56 4 57%
VP Mining... ’94 59 4 r,9i, 59%
Cnfo* p«e ♦. .196 Ft 6 194% ttfi
United Alloy. *5 45 45 4"
Cni Clg Strs.lo44 IMi. 144 I**4%
v s Huh. .. 534 594 5.7 4
T* S Steel com 179 13A4 1*« 1"9%
Do pfd 117% ll*% M 74 117%
|- > Steel Vs 194 !f-«*, 194 161
r S tnd Al.. .149*4 157 4 1 4*’, 157
Utah Cop 1991. HO4 1,19 ip-4
Yir Car Chem 42 4 42 4 42 4 42 4
Do. pfd ...106 4 196'- 1061„ ] o 61_
\.'at*ash com . I.'* 12% 12% 12%
T>o, pfd A . 5«% 59 4 59 59U
Do. pfd R 27v, 27’, 27 77 ’.
West inghouse 50 4 59t, 49% R 0 4
Wlllys-O com. 31% 32 .39% 33
Do. pfd. ... 92% 9;% 92 % 92%
Meat Mary... 2*% 21’, 299, 214
Wilson Pack. 6*% 71 6*% 71
Cl RR CttPPF.R GOI K«*
Quotations by Hornbl*,w-er A Week*.
June 29. Bid Aak
Butte ft L 14 16
Calaveras > 4 *4
Chief 2% 7 %
Cons Arix 2 4 2%
Cop Mm 5% 6
First Nat 24 2%
Gfd Cons 4 7 60
l/i Rose 49 sft
Nev Doug I % 1 % j
New Cornelia I*4 19
Ohm Cop . . . 1 % 1 %
Rex Cons 76 2*
Stewart 75
Success 36 39
Yukon 2 24
ci fin Imu « rn 1 m <*.
Quota ns’ H< nb’.r wer ft Week «
June 29 II and Ask
I Am Tub Utilities . .. '.*■ 35
Do preferred 6»: 6S
Am Light a Tra<- 31 7
Do. preferred 119 ill
Aetna Explosives .... I 4 4
Cities Set vice, com. .. . 277 27 *
T*o, prefer; e<| *'4 *6
Chevrolet ..... >6 **s
Coaden <'ll * Gas ~ 1i 4 11 4
Coadep ft Cos li’, 11 4
Cramp Ship *9 *6
Detroit Edison 1 .’9 12 A
Dundee Aflzms .... 1 14
i Edmunds ft .l*'ne,. c*.*r. 2*
I Federal Oil 5 5,4
(Irant Motors . . . . . 5 6
I(upp M * *t* r .... " %
Max in* Mun ‘ions ... 2% 2%
Pac 6Jas A- Elec i com. . 57 6*
Do preferred M
Rep Ra 11 wa■ ft L. g *
Do. preferred 69 79
South Cal Edi***n com *6 xx
Do preferred 193. 196
Stewart Warner 6| 62
SapulP* Ref . 94 ’*»,
Sub Boat 3i 324
Triangl* Filn* .... 12
C S T.irht ft Heal 1 4 1 %
Do, preferred I 4 3-- •
United Motors 26 264
Midwest Refining IK 4 13 5
Curtiss Aero 3*4 3* %
Wright Martin .. ... 94 9%
Printing—the plain neat klml—fhxt
ts right—Times Joh llept.—Main t*2o
I last chance to emf
Oil-STOCK at . .. •*
storlMiop>» to I’.h Pa ’ V c , u J '*
* Sh,re
Office Open to 9 OClock Bat. Night. Get In Now.
r
Grain and Provisions
t ——/
CHICAGO, June 29 —Trading on
thr corn market was unusually
heavy today There were numerous
selling orders which, with general
ly fair weather promised thruoui
the belt, made prices generall*
lower.
July corn opened T-4c higher at
f’ !>7. later losing l4c Sept, open
ed at $1 47 1-g. down l-2c, later go
tng to fi 1.4 r» 3 * Dec #opened l-2c
off at fl. Of 34, later losing another
I 2c _
Announcement by President Gris
fin of the board of trade that the
government would abolish all trail
Ing in wheat futures had little or
no effect on ihi wheat market.
;iru‘es being steady to l-2c higher
July wheat opened 1 1 2< higher a’
12.02 12. later !c»inc 1 1 2c. Sept
opened a 1 t' *O. down 1 l-2c. subse
quently gaining 2c
Oats wer* generally lower in svtn
pa'hy with corn July opened .3c
down at M 7*,-. later losing 1-Sc
S- pt. opened l >c up but later lost
*ic to 54 3-Ac IVc was 1 4c off
■V the opening, at 56 3 4c. later los
ing 3 8c Provisions w ere slightlv
lower on a slow and generally low
er hog market.
DETROIT, .lune 2* -Cl.,se Wh*st
» i» neglected ;n th- e«rlv Mxrk**'
iad <*pr»'.;ng price* v.cr* un hars->i
Liverpo,*! qui'ttd the us'iat e**, mar
'.*t <’*.rn and <h’.« \*.r* *tead>
It « now accepted tha’ the gov*
•»rnmen! will take .-set the wheat
trade, fix prices tn.l put a step ’
trad’ng after September. The report
.« >n *r uiHt n that th- fixed prlc*-
w.ll he much lower than present
value*, blit th * « g U'MWork a>
nothin* has been announced along
tl .«* tin There were reports that
’ • pm-** w.-uld be 1* «* >2
Trad rig in corn and cats will be con
tinued with presen! -e *t riot ion* for
a time at least Th n**» < ai* it
whe*t had a depressing effect *-n
th w ’ieat ar*l com. *'l ■•utstanrl*
in« wheat trades are to be Ibtuidat
°*l as promptly a* pnasibl*. whi*h *
b, ansh ftls*>. The cro;* report* are
as favorable a« ever and harvesting
n* w s indicate* a heavy cr*>p.
Mills are d"H little biiv ing and
r*'p.»rt a nvderat,- demand f**r flour.
M'lTers e\pe<-t the g.-vernment to
provide wheat at a fixed price *„d
many a e willing to operate th»i
mills* under g* 'ernment rnntr. | f
n-‘<*ssary. but t.• •> *l** not wish the
rti 11- t • he entirely taken **ut f
the.r hands, fcar.ng that their t rop
er t y ma > be injili e.l b> lack of ex
pert handling
Wheat lost 1c and recovered t
Tl - close wa- on e\.n terms with
the c!ri,*c of Thuradav.
Orn declined ic.
Friday .« wheat rjuotations t'ash
No 2 re<J7 $2 50 Inly rrpsned w tho'if
change at 52.95, flec iined t'» >2 94 and
advan<-*d to >2 95 September opened
at >’ *5 declined to >’ *4 and ad
vanced t . f! *5 N 1 « h't* l >2.45
Frida' < c.>arse g-a'n quotation*—
Corn Cash N ■ >1 *3; No. 2 yellow.
II 7*. No i veil w f1.73 U
*Uat- Standard 72 4< No. 3 white.
72- N< l white 71c
Rye 1 4*h No 2. >2 25.
B-.tn* Immediate and prompt
ah'nmer*. > ; October >6,’9.
Seed*—Prim* red clover. >l9 59 1
October, 111 sft. alsike. >11.40 ttmo- I
thy >3 *"9
Receipts in *he T'etrolt market Fri
day wer» 1.999 bh!s of flour. 3 ca-«
of wheat. 2 of c.rn. 4 of oats and 1
of h»v. Shipmen’s were 3999 bb!«
of flotir Stocks are ipjt.o9fi t.*j of
wheat 54 990 bu f c. rn, 101,0<M> bu
of oats and 12 099 bu of rve.
w eat *-er*,r»t« w»r» 2*!>-
ft9o bu. axainst >24 *9O bu a 'ear
»go
Exp-tv* n* wheat and flour Fri
day. 7*7.900 hu.
Re* eipts of ->‘i»|i F*rldav Du -
I'ith. 15 *srs. nsrainst *3 a year ago-
M nneapetis 101 car* ntainst 414
eg ■ - ■rs *2S •*h ■
cago 21 car*, against 43 southwest.
65.999 bu. against 146 999 bu.
Amcrban exports of wheat and
flour for the week W* r* * *95 999 bu
ar-tirs’ *9*9999 bu sh» week before
and J.iOt.O*# h'i a rear ago.
r hit %t.o (■ r \ 1 v
cnF'AGO. Hi., June 29—Open.ng--
Wheat July, up 14 r ; fiept.. down
14 r c -n July up 4c .-s-pt down
4 r . De*’, down %r. <»ats l,ily. down
3c; Sep*. Up 4C; |V, down %C
rrovlslons. lower
Noon " heat Jul> awn 1 4'.
Sept . up I*-, cr.rn luly. down 4*'
Sept, d-'wn x,- tie- d-wn 4.
fiat*. Julj down 4* s*pt down
%c. Dec ilox 11 %C FiO\ s.- ti*.
steady.
Cloae Wheat . Jlll > *l*>wn 1 , x r >
Sept, up l 1 !-. Corn. July unchanged.
Kept. *h-wn 4- Dec down 1 Sr, fia’s
July d*-wn .0, sept down ’j-, l«ec.
down : %'v Provisions Stead--
567 fl loffaslo 123 7*3 123 123 V
Jun» J 9 Open High Low Close
Wheat -
lulv. 2 924 2 n 54 3 f, 9 291
Srpt. 1 *9 1 *2 1 *9 1 Hi %
c.,rn
[ luh 1 77 1 3:4 l 564 1 37
~ept 1 47% 1 »7», 1 45 \ 1 46*.
! Dec, J 9*4, J 99% J ~71 J 07^
6’ats—
I July . 6 4% * 7 64 4 64 %
I Sept. 5.7 5.7 5 4 54 4
I Dec. 2,6 % 57 56 4 56 %
i Pork
J Ul' 3 9 15 3 9 17 3 9 9 S -*919
! Sept 39 15 25 17 39 27 "• 29
' Lar-*
r ; j 1v 21 ts 21 17 2’ 92 21
; Sept 21 47 2145 21 27 21 27
nib*--
! tub 21 37 71 42 31 *5 21 35
Sept 21 *1 .71 65 21 27 21 3«
rot edo t.rtux *to» k«
Tftl-ED<». Ohio fun* ? 9 Close
" beat, c * ■ h >:'?■ 1 11 1 v >l*9 Kept
;>1 *7 Corn .-ash |! "6. fills >1 63'
*pt l! -24: f tec >] 9* D l»a*S. cast
Sept 56 4 r Rvs, cash
3 4 ,•. V. • ed cash 11 9*9 : oV t
t’ to. >•--- . X■ - Tv- ,
*l’ 31 Tirrtothv. <-»sh >" 75
i i*k r-eain *• r' ,3 9r; tub creamery
.39 Eggs, fresh * nnd’ed 33c fan
. v selects 33* Itav unchanged

Rt IVI.H \> II »
DETROIT. June ?9 Rutter Fresh
»r-«n »rv c\t:«s 25. tubs were offered
at 16c, with no hide
Egg fresh Ml* b’gan firsts, n
shipping; rases. 795 crates were *
fere*i at 31c. w-th "I* hid. <'a”dle>l
extras. 199 crate, were offci ed 9*
35%c ratu’led flrsf -, tftfl crates soli
at 32 4r per do*.
1/ ia* I est Q la ll • • * ts *J
t — " '
Livestock
Dll Hlbti t EM H 51. «r»M K 1 Util*
DUriiOIT Dine ;•» Cattle Mar
ket dull at Thursday * decline, best
h'4'v -teers drv fed. >ll a1- b« *t
hands weig't but- her steers, dry fed.
>lO .7,1 ,/ 11 .l-v mixed steer* and heif
er*. gra*» S' 4 »1" handy light
* w - 1
* butch*- ns*. >6<»7. r .o common
ws. .* 675 cannera, >5 f> 6 beat
hea'V hull*, > * bologna bull*, fly
I 5 st.' k bulls >''■<#* 77. feeder*
>*ii st.-.-kers, >63 1x 79 milkers
an-. »pr ng« -s »0 n t> V*al 1 91v e*
Market 7 I.,\vet heat grades. >ls 79
others ' .1 ’7c dherp and lamhs
Market «t *.lv t-est spring la’nt<a.
>l7 far lambs ft: 'g 16 light to com
»n n lan. s. >r.’i*l3 s.arlings >l3 *1
14. fair to K »od sheep. >' 500 9 cull*
and ’ nni n >6 M-*g» Market
«’--Hil> af Thursday * cb ** pig* >'*
g 1. I’--., i-iimra n and grasanra.
; >:« D t >ls
E A fT Rirrtl.O I MF RTOfK
i:A.*T lUTKADi. June 27. ,'attle
- 1.0 cars market steady to strong
Prlflt steer*. >l3 250 1175 fair to
e •and. $U ull ,0 hilt- her* steer*. >9
II .50 b. »: fat «•> w*. >'*ll9. butchers.
>':7' utters. >6 2,7 u 6 55 canners. >6
>v ha'idv steer* and heifer* mixed
>' ; l bulls ISM
1 II 69 --a-* ’ower b*avy. 115 f9
(216 yorkera, lii 75 0:5 >a; p;a*.
fi 4 59
r; -,-s •*ca and V. top’smb*. >l3
ft 19 ' *-,r' ng« >l5O 11- wethers >ll
#ll 5.'•. rw ea, >lO 50 510 75: cal*e*.
*U 59.
, Hir\4.n IMF 4TOfK
■ 111 AGO June 2?. H-'g* Re
-1 ceipt*. 1 4 99c ruarket. slow steady
x r 1 5 wer mixed an i butchers
>'4’ov '5 7. go.-d h*« ' y >' 4 -j
1 5 ' roue 1 h« a vy. >1 * 3(*ff 14 59
igh( 114 l • - pi(l |l>.*>®H
1 ‘lll e R» *lpta 1 709 market, slow
w• « k bee v- *. s***'•; 13 * 1 ,- w sand
he-fers >5 » *i 975 stecker* and
1 ed«rs >4 .79-,; •7* aty-'- >1 9 5-9 rt
-’ 2 5 S. e. p Rece.pts. 7.000 mar
kef w*.-ik -.7 • lower na’-ve. >* 5" u
! ’ western >8 R. 7 y 11 - lamb*.
|10;, ji* western. |10.750 IS.?*,
springs >l2 *’ *i ' 7 ’5
11 11U1I VXD IMF. 'Tot K
CLEVELAND. June 2V Ho«« Re
ceipts 1.00-' market sic* to low
er vorker* >ls 39 mixed >ls 49
• e-Furr.* > 5 0 p gs. >1 * 25 ro .ghs.
s'3 77 *!rtK*. >.l 779 Cattle Re
* pt* ? ar* *U-w and w-ak Sheep
ah-! lani'-i* Re e pt* 3 car* market
*l.-w and " ,k t--p. >l2 < alve* Re
eij.', i* ri xrkrt. strong tcp. >'6.
T«l FIIO 1 M E XTOCK
T ’LUr***' ’vine -JV H gs Receipt*,
•gbt. kef 7 ’9chg be r heavies.
8!7 ' 9 ••; ’ 7* ”-*>dl -1 PI « l' 57■ Vi 1 *■-6 5
’ t pin,
14 7.7 CaF. e* Maei**-- steady. Sheep
and lamb- Mark*’ steady.
Detroit Bank Clearing*
Detroit bunk clearing* for Frid*>
were JR.Tf'S.JOS 41 Total clearings
for HUT to d;i*e arc $1,367.2’'-.o ( >0 55.
as agains* 4*i for fin
corresponding period in 191*
Produce
l
DETROIT. June » Th* Hat <f
summer fruits now available in th*
market was :ncr*a*“d this morning
by th* addition of raspberrie,-. of b- th
kind* Th* supply of small fruit*
was fairlv liberal, and there is a hig
demand f r melons Th* potato crop
In the south l* now r-aly to mefve.
but while dealers and commission
men are booking order* at consider- |
ably lower pri '*s. this ch*ap»r stock
cannot reach her* for a week or
more, and n th» meantime thrr- ar«
a b t of high priced potatoes to be
disposed Os at a* little loss AS p S
sfhle. Poultry was steady at the da* j
cline but la not strong and the gen* j
eral list was ir. hanged
NEW lORK PROIM ( K M 4 RJi FT
NEW TORK. Juna If. Flour r*jil I
unsettled F rk F'rrr mess. >473
43 >9 Dull. middl»we*t spot.,
>7 79Vi 79 v i Suga’- K*« flrme
| centMf-igal >6
covad 41-test. $7 3;• j 0 *»* refin»d. I
firmer cut oaf. >;* ru»b«d. I- 7.7
p.iwd>-red. >7 45 tl 6.79 granulated.
>7 *<)'*) - '9. Coffee R’o No. 7 on
*p>»» t, 94« c. Tallow Dull. special
17'-c !tv 16 % c Hax Easy. prim*,
i No. 1. >1 10. No 3. 75«85e. cj„ver 65. '
ff >l. Dressed poultry Qu «-t tur
key* :« ti 35c. ch ken* 114 tj 27c,
.f u *. .6 32' <licks. |/itir Island.,
’790 22c. Live p-ultr). "*ak g*-*,*,
•15c duck- 184J2.3*- f. w-I*. 23c tur-j
key 4. is. lOi.sters. 14c. (hl'krn ,
broiler*. 27'u 25. Cheese Firm
i *tat" milk • mmon to special*. I’* 3 •
74 -*k m«. .-omul n
-1 ' ’
Standard Oil Stocks
L_
Quotation* r*> Hornblow>r ft " e*k*
June 2«». Rul v*k,
Angl -Amer < r Ul new . l -< '’• 4
Atlantit Refining Cos.. '*9" &2ft ,
1 Borne-Scrymser Cos 4 5u 4 4-»
Buckeye Pipe L ne C*.
(These hr olg -i Mtg. 399 41 •* I
Colonial 4)11 Cos 5-i 79
Continental <»ii c.* 1 •-> e 1 1 -i
Cresyent Pipe Ltn* «‘o 3 6 4<‘‘
! Cumberland Pit**- Line 159 160
j Eureka Fie Line .... 2P* 215
I Gal-Sig 4m 1 Cos. con) li* 149 |
T'o t>refeired ... 134 142
' Illlnol» P'pe Igne 219 2; I
I Indiana F'j>e Lm«- C 0... 96 *9
Na’ Ir. a 1 Tr a n»11 > ~ 14 6 ]
| New- York Tran« ; ' t?o. I*7 ]>9 1
Vo rti ' . Lit
i Ohio nil Cos 349 ,342
ri«- r cc Oil Corporation 12 1; |
Tra Me o-l ft Gas t’o . 4 95. 59.> I
Pralr.e F : pe I,ir,e .* 72 256 I
lar I’sdnint; *'r. 32 f '49 I
I -Soothe- n »»lp* l.tne C., I,* 19 7 ;
1 Soutt Penn •n 1 c > ?*7 2*6
| -..'jlh West F* I'ins
I .Mandard < »11 c*. . . *) , . **4
; Do, Indiana -17
Do, Kans* . ... 475 599
IV, Kentu'sv 34 7 >59 ,
| Do N«brn»ka .... 599 529 1
D.. Nr-'V r*-*e, r. V s ■*.,
r»o New V<,rk 2*9 ?•'.
439 4 » -1
6*an ft- Fine 1 Cn .... 3.7 195>
’ fnion TenV T.lne Cry.., 52 94
j Va'-tium c*H Cos 319 2.59 |
| W*»! •,gton Cnl Cos JS
6t*n«'-t- i • * 1 • old .-Mock 2299 . t ,
Do sub* ...... 1 .tfi9
1 Trfl Petroleum 12% I ’»e
! M 'i w. st Refg . . -14 4 J 35.
1 Fern Mex**an 45 59
j Imperial tui ....... . 359 279
I’-li.l’sr ♦*»- 1 ■ - ■» snl
'* r'*4l—T-s - * 1-.lt ' -** _Wslo 4 jc
GERMANS MUST
PAY PENALTY
—1.1.01 l» I.Btißliß
Disposition of ( olonies (an
Await Conference.
Premier Says
I.ONIHJN, Jan*' 3a “Peace be
for*' a v lot or > would b** the *c i - »» #» 1 1» j<* t
disaster in th*- history of mankind
declared Premier lJot and Georg** in
an epoch making speech today. “In
denmitie* ci'natltuie an essential
oart of the mechanism of el'll!**
tion everywhere,** he declared
The premier asserted that u ’great
international peace congress would
decide a* to *he disposition of the
German colonies.”
'■.Mesopotamia can never be re
stored to the Turks because of their
: blasting tyranny," he continued
I "The same holds true of Armenia ”
While Russia was tn the throes
of the revolution." he continued, “it
was Britain - strength flung info the
( breach that once more saicd Bu
rope to human liberty America
has always been freedom’s main
stay S v e has never made war ex
cept for freedom. Now she !s send
ins her valiant soldiers to the bat
tleflelds to fifth* around liberty's
standard Tha* * another reason
why > ict*«r> along h.ghrr lines t«
assured ”
Tremendous cheers gree’ed the
premier’s reference to the I’nlted
States The chorus of appla:.-e
swelled into ,»nother great roar and
patriotic demonstration a monvnt
later when the speaker declared
"Everyone is doing his utmost here.
The king is working as hard as any
. one. *
j The audience rose and sang "God
Save the Kin* ’
“The government," Lloyd George
resumed ’has carefully reckoned
*he chances and has decided *ha*
i the submarine will be unable to
starve those who stay a* home, or
| drive our armies from the field "
BELGIANS TO
TOUR THE WEST
WASHINGTON. June 30. The
Belgian mission will leave here Sun
day for its western tour It will ar
rive in Chicago Monday morning
and spend the day there, and af'er
wards will visit Milwaukee, Green
Bay. St Paul, Minneapolis. Spo
kane. Seattle. Portland. I .ns An
geles, San Francisco. Salt I,ake City.
Colorado Springs. Denver. Topeka,
IJttle Rock, Louisville. Cincinnati.
Charleston. W. and Tulsa, Okla
t
Boston Copper Stocks
>. i in ... .i
Quotations furnished by H<-rnbl-/w
--er & Weeks, June 25
Open. High. Low. Cl* se.
Ahm**k . ... '*s 9j 55 59
Alaska Gold 5% S\ *\ i\
All- >J**x 12 12 12 H 2
Am Zln*- 3 A 31 ’ 3 3" % 3i %
Anaconda »1 % 11% 10% * 1
An* Oom l ’ l 1 ♦ 1 « 14
Butte 4' \ 4 % *-% 4 %
* alu & Arn *7% 77% 77 \ .7\
c'alu A He- 3H 5 4 •» 535 540
-''op Range. f *'l si 1--% sn ,
rhino .' j \ 6.1 % 50 4 3.'>
Pavla Paly. S'* 5% 5 % •'» %
f-aly-W-st 2 * 2% 3‘* : .
Greene *’an 40 4*> 4040
Hancock .. 14% 14% 14% 14 ',
Isle Rovala *t % ’ % 31 31
lnapirati*-n .12 12 * I!’* 1' %
.l*rnm* Verde 1 % l % i % l %
K*rr I.ak* 4% *S 4% 4%
Keweenaw l% l % t% l S
Mare 13 13 13 1.3
Michigan 2’-* 2% 2 % 2'*
Mason Valley 7 7% 7 7S
Miami 40% 4* 4«% 4 %
T.ak* f- Pper 12 IS 12 12
Mohawk '*4% 54% S3 * 4 •»%
Nevada Cm* 2' % 23% 23 % 2.3%
N'orth But'e 1* 17 17 17
Osceola *'* «f.% M «S%
Pond * 'reek 2*. % 23% 1‘ %
n*v cnr* ;«% :x<, ;« 2*'*
S-11-e* A- R-'S 4 4*-, 4% 4 %
«an*e r*e 1% 1% ’ % 1%
M«rv t* *H «1 st
Tnnltv 1 » * ’» 1 %
T»ne*»«ep f* 1 * I* % 17% I7 %
rutted ah--* M 44% m. t«% 4*%
t'tah Ar-c» "S 2% 2% 2%
rt„H rv. n « *•*. u. i*. % t.i %
rtsh r- pt-er Ino % 11(1', IC3 115%
r V 'f In AT 15% 15U. 55% .15%
3’en * irs oil . «U 1% «% 1%
f n-na 2f T 4 " % 4
Wolverine I4 r 44% 4 4 4 4
f Hiru.n mmn w mikrt
rnrr'ACfn. Tum ?- Mutter f.%-
tra* 31c Rests 31f»31«'.r dsir' eT
t rs«. 35ft 7*V4, c. Ir-t* Jisriif Kar»
P- m» rdlea- 5 % r 'i ■'s%, firsts
7f>%4»3*%* Cheese Twins
j-t,--, r-tin* Americas
TANARUS, ve poultry r « « tS c Au k- MS
Hr reerr l M 'ft 1• e rpr-nrs Jltltlf,
turks, I**" Potatoes R* - r-** five
rsr« n*u Csnc\ »*«l I'tit *' tV-».
»r« n |1 4J 2‘- IPnnernta, It tr l 2
new pot afor « *'lo 4/ 2 23.
Prlnllsr—llie plnln neat kind—Uirt
Is Haht—Timer .Inh tlrpl.—Vfnln 4120.
JEJSJJ®- DUNNING & STEVENS, Inc. fc#rr v .5Ki.
Eatahltshed in I*7« P»ld t*p rapllt* I |H»«.AO®.Od, H J DAVtH. Secretary.
LIVESTOCK COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Por the Hal* of Csttl*. Hogs. Hhjep aad Calvaa. c ® ns ‘«, n, H? r, i*
N»w Tork Cantral Stock Tasia, tint Buffalo, k. T. Talagrap-* ani I >at
Office Address. Stock Varda. Buffalo. NY
Bill attook In jour name, our cara. Notify ua of shipment. Wall ®o tfea
ra«L Attach bill of ledlna to aicht draft* wnan draw
BIG FORTUNES HAVE BEEN MADE ALMOST OVERNIGHT IN OIL!
Opportunities are now hiucer and better than ever before! Prires are higher demand is Krenter. l»u.v Oil StneK
POWERS NATIONAL OIL OI'AUANTEES DIVIDENDS WITHIN fi MONTHS OK MONEA KLU MILD AT s I LR < KM INTEREST
N"W • m tv ‘O 4lie Denver
D*tl> Mining Record
Mow n'mall Invesiors Are Made
Rich In Oil inve*4nert*
Bring In 72.999-Barrell Well In
Texa*.
Miami. Tex . M*\ U A 72.999.
barrel oil well brought In *t Cad
do late yesterday 1* owned en
tirely by Miami citiren* of small
mean* who put in >199 each for
125 -hafie* When the news of the
etfilke «ame the shares which
coat >lO9 r*’*e In price to >1 009
before the day we* over They
sold for > 2.099 each *r*d D-day lh»v
ar* defij>*ndtng >5,990 ea< h Eew
are celling and many of the *t< ck
holders ha' e gone to the field
Oil ts no re*pecfnr of peracn*.
We have th* same grea» oppor
tune v awaiting us Otir Texas
t »il l*a*# mav do as well Act
nr.w Von may not hav* another
rhabc* All erffnmon *tnck fully
paid and non-**6*sa*bl*. No bonda
or debt* Fe# our guarantee:
Oil la >n Respecter of Pcraoaa.
SSO invested In H'tm*
(ul paid .... t 7,lOdft>
ISO |n%ented In T'nlon
Oil paid <*n
ISO invented In Naw
Y. rk Oil pa'd 0 000.00
ISO invMtf'l in Al-al
ia oil p»'d . . 4,500 00
ISO invented In Snn .loa
«iuln I'll! paid,... y f?S 1)0
ISO invested In f'arlhou
Oil paid ,\. . 1,5110a
r.O Invested In Peer
less oil pa and *4' 00
®75 Mill tin m skim of stack
In «*nr I ompnni at the
present price IT .Kl.
301 FARWKLL
BUILDING
Cad. 2069-2070
WOOD SHIP
FLINT GETS
UNDER WAT
Army of Workers Is
Huildinjr First
Food Fleet
80MKWH BYTE IN NEW JERSEY,
June 214. Rtidng from the barren
sand lot* of New Jersey n** e totin'
is I’ncle Sam * first wooden ship
building i*l an t
From this place, where an arm'
of laborers hammers, dig* and build*
carefully, efficiently nnd speedily,
will emerge the first of America «
fleet of a thousand 3,(k*n ton aotiden
.-hifi* Their j*b will b** to carry
f<»- and to Allied Europe despite til*
daiser's submarin*'*.
I'ri'tii lumber null* somewhere in
th. south a mountain of dressed and
measured timber in rolling north
ward on flat car- to thi.- spot V
great yard for it.- reception i* being
rushed to completion and will l>*
ready when the t-upply .irrive>, n
few d.l' s hence
As fast go'c-nmenf engineer*.
construcMnn experts of Tuntiua
kind* at.d a battalion of laborer*
;< an do it. these 56 fla'. gray-faced
acres ar« being I’■ansforntetl ir»o a
tninia , U! , -» cifv who-e populations
only task will he 10 turn out ships
, Two ‘houaand men will L»e rm
ployed. V comprehensive system
* f flood ! ghi* is b.-inc lrstnlled Th<
P :tnt will run 24 hour* a lay.
The ke-1* of the first two wooden
ip- will b* laid carlv In July if all
goes well The-e twin suhn.arlne
‘ 1r- i-ker* *!i«» il*l slide off th-* v. ays,
(ready f-r wa*- -rrvice, by mld-N »
1 vt-mher
Keel* for *wn more vessels will
Ihe lad m - rv *wo week* after the
I flr*t two. un’il the unit of 10 for
; *hi« plat.' i« in full murs-> of con
s'ruction There > no delay, no
bickering or stopping to argue her-*
The job i« detailed Everv man
know* his work Every man is at
it They are making wnr on thi;
little plot of the "American front"
a* if they meant i*.
JI'RY TO PASS ON
WOMAN’S SANITY
A circuit court Jury was Impan
eled before Judg- DeaVotgne* Fri
day morning. *o pass on the «anit'
of Maegle’ Hughes for 22 years
housekt*eper for t**e late t’af-t. Ei
lioff T Slocum and the recipient of
$ 10,000 under his will. This i. >! an
unusual proceeding, the last action
of this sort in the memorv of the
Circuit Court Judge*’ Clerk Harry
? « ole having been brought before
Judife Brooke, now a supreme rour
Justice. Mrs Hushes is an Inmate
4rf St. Jo.-eph's retreat, wher** *h>-
was commiCed by the probate court
Oct IS, 1914, on the petition of her
bro'her
John J Hughes, the brother, re
cently pe'itloned the probate court
for her release, making a sensation
al allegation that he had been pre
vailed upon to sign the petition by
a nephew of ( apt Slocum, while
he was under the influence of liquor
Hughe* is now appealing from th**
refusal of the probatr* court to or
der his sister's release
Print In*—tkr plain nrat kind that
I* right—Tlmra .lot* llrpt— Main 4.120,
Small
Investors
now-a-days have the same
opportunities as the hits
investor for the
highest *-afe return on his
money.
Our :< r , FIT’ 'T mortgage
BONDS l*-u*d for f.V). S10*».
SSOO and Jl.ooo are tax ex
ernpt Interest coupon* pay
able everv six month*. Buy
one.
Guaranty Trust Cos.
OF DETROIT
84 Gntwold Street
Detroit Michigan
Own* wells now producing suflOrient to pav dividend on all slot k for sale. N>w capl
tal to he uand in drilling new wells and improving presoni property. SIOO,OOO capitalize
non unusually small only 10.000 shares at $lO a ahare. *3l acres of priceless oil leaara in
Texas and Oklahoma Juat added to preaent holding". All leaara are in rich oil territory, aur
rounded hv production. We have rigidly complied with all requirements of the Michigan
Man,to. Price advanees from $7 50 to SIO.OO per ahare July Ist Art Quirk HUY NOW!
nil A DASITrC That Moint t.iartlt 11k*t It a*»«. Porter* Nation* I I nmptnt ■"« ranter
vi U ■% M I& !• ft j urn to jin' pjr* t h f*f it* *t ,■*»:» I■■ vrM#»t •' *L'
mah he invent *inl in slack, wttl p.P-< ♦at the rat* of fcCJ per annum f r the nv>r»p tin
th#* rm»n*y \p #ct, if fhr c'>mi *n> not n.?nn»*fi» *■ t*» »*v <ftvi«l»vul» ffDm it*
trl?h»P *4% month* from tnr <i*t* th* p*v* f<*r ptork nltp:
prnvi'hnw he agrees t>, surrender h*ck to the cntnpawv a It the *te< k Issued to htm wh f, n th”
company complies w ~,, pin demand *• specified herein
DON’T DELAY-BUY TODAY!!
POWERS NATRHML OIL CO.
SATLK DA Y , J l N K 30, 10 17.
BRICK ANI) STUCCO
GROW RAPIDLY
IN POPULARITY
Brick and stucco are rapidly su
pt-rceding wood and other materials
in building operation* In Detroit.
Their superiority over wood in dur
ability and artistic lines is being
lecognlied b> leading architects and
contractor.- Nearly every private
house or apartment houre built
within the last few years or now in
the course of 4H»nsi ruction hus been
1 util of brick and stucco.
“There is no doubt that these two
materials add dignity every home
or building. %n addition to givlnc
Have You Seen the Home
—of
Senator Kohler
—on
324 Hurlburt Ave.?
The Stucco Work
Was Done By
H. J. BARBER
560 East Grand Blvd.
Telephone East 3447 .
f Bureau, Main 2577.
TELEPHONED: - Plant, West 102.
Private, Wes.t 1038.
J. S. HAGGERTY
MANUFACTURER OF
All Kinds and
Character of
BRICK
r«v
1815
Dime Bank Building
enduring service," said John Kiiau
tin, an architect, with ofTlcoa in the
Ford building
Mi. Kasurin. who studied archi
tecture fn Paris. LieP*dX and Is a.
member of the Society of |l«uux
Arts, *.-»>* lie ha* been using hrt k
and stucco for years nnd has had
unusual success with It.
Would Change Street N.xma
Resident- of Piacopink ave h:v*e
petitioned the council to change the
name of the street to
No reason. Is arstgn* and for tha
i hange.
I* rlu 1 1 nit —4 hr |»l*l** newt king—that
4a r4«ht—Tlisri Job llrpt.—Main 1.125.
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BUILDING
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