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THE EVENING WORLl, MONDAY, FEBBUABY 6. 1922. 18 STOCK QUOTATIONS Orfti. lltsh. tow. 15H 13V, 13t( phi 11S 9'i KM 3',k 4D',4 AO 06li 1 6tii Alts Rubrr Atmxa Gold .... K Alils-Chalmen .. 8U m,i nii-Chim pt... p: osm Am Ar Ch...... Mii M!i Um Doach M.. 3" 37 Sm Brajit Shot.. C0'i iWVl As: CB 57', 3H'.4 m car r .. :nii n;ii Am Cotton Oil... SOU 20H A,. rug Srnd.. BV4 0 Am Hid !.... IS IRS Am II L p(... 6Ti 00 Am lev 03 w .-& Am loo pf 7(1 7BH Am Intdr 42U 42 Am Lliwrcd Oil.. 3214 33H Am Locomotlva... 108 108 Allied Chm .... MR 68T4 Am Ship Com. 9 Am Smelt n... H Am Steel Fdy.... 32 Am Sugar 00H Am 8unr PC... PIS Am Bum Tob.... IP VI Am Tel & Tel... 11811 Am Tob ct n... 132 Aut La Trance.. 6 Am Radiator .... 824 Am Wool 63S Anaconda 4914 Ao Dry Gooda.. 50 Atchlion rty Mil Al Ulrm 4 Att... 1 Atl Coast Line... All, Gulf A W J.. 275i Baldwin Ico .... 103 Bait A Ohio 83 Etth Steel B C2 Brown Shoe 4811 Burns Bros A.... 110T4 Suite Cop A Zinc. S? tutte & Superior Butterlck Co .... Barnadale B .... Cat retroleum .. Canadian l'ao . Central Leather.. Cent Leather pf. Cerro de l'aaco . Chtnd Motors . Clue & Ohio 64 Chlo Alton By. 31 i m a st p n n io'i C M A Bt I pf.. 32U Oile Pneu Tool.. Chi R I A Pac. Chi Ot West pf Chi A N W By. Chile Copper ... Chlno Copper .. Coca Cola Col Uas A Eire. Columbia Qrap .. 2 Comp Tab A Beo 07 15 Con Textile MV4 Cont Can MS Cont lnsuranco .. 07 Ooiden Oil 33 Corn Products .. 101 10514 Corn Products pf 114 11471 Crucible Steel .-. 0314 0314 Crucible Steel pf. 82 Cuba Cane 8ugar 10 Cuban Am Sugar 19 Davison Chcm .. (II Dfl A Hudson .. 110 D L A W 113H Dime Mints .... 23V. Ei.dtcott-J'nson . 81 H " Erw Oil rrli lst.pf 13U Famous Ilaycrs . SI Oe..ral Asphalt . GOV General Clear ... CHS den Eactrlo ... 1474 Gel Motor D'.i Gen Motor 0 pc. 70 Ocdrlch 37 Gray A Davis ... mi Gt Northern pf . 74 Gt Nor Ore 34 Q.'f States Steel 73 ' Houston Oil .... 73; Hupp Motors ... 1314 Illinois Central . 10014 S 437. !2i .".it. 37 fO'i I, 1511 S 43', H2 '4 33 S 37 CHi SS linft 147 sou :ot 15 04 1)3 S 70 4214 32 U 1074 Mli 9 4614 9 4(1 Vi 32H '32 60H 60V4 15H cr.; 937. 7614 42H 32 S 107'i MS 9 4614 82 H CS 0.1V 287. HSU 132 14 9 82H l3. 48H MH irtJVi 1 S814 27 n 3314 ioi 487i 123 l.i 32". 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Mo Kan A Tez pt Mo Pacific Mo Paclfln pf .. Mont Ward Mulllna riody ... Nat Cloak A Suit Nat Kn.ra A Sip 4I0 0 i '4 274 I7!i 49 UK 2374 !8i inch. 40,i IIS 43 4 2 !4 82 2'4 nr.s 2H74 12H 8074 071 174 274 1774 49 1474 2514 3074 42 92 1471 S9 7374 28 S 1774 IIV4 ions 78 17 46S P2S 47 3474 71 21 33 S 3074 1574 974 2474 6374 Low. Las . 40'i 40'i Market Sidelights NEWS OF N. Y. HIGH SCHOOLS 84 674 t074 2M 174 ins 2U 314 6274 1774 20 8274 1814 4074 180U lndlahoma Refln. 874 'Inspiration Cop.. 58 S Inter Cons Corp. 374 In Cons Corp Pt 9 Inter Motor 3071 Inter Paper .... 50 Inter ,Mr Mar... 10 Inter Mrr Ma pf 6014 1001.4 100 874 314 Inter Nickel .... 1274 Invincible Oil ... 1574 laland Oil 274 Iron Products ... 2974 Jewel Tea 12T4 Kansas City 60.. 2374 Kelly Springfield. 3774 Kennecott Cop... 2874 Keystone Tlra ... 1774 Laclede das .... 47 Lackawanna St.. 47 Liggett A Myers Loew's Inc H'4 H7i Loft Ine 1074 1074 SO 374 9 SOU 50 10 7174 1274 1374 2'i 2074 13 2374 3774 287i 1714 47 4774 8874 3'4 9 3074 4974 ie ens 1274 1614 274 28 'i 12T4 2374 37 4 28ti 1074 47 47 16014 10014 16014 1114 1074 Ilk I'S Mil, .IN US n-'.i 174 .0 :.7 l'4 74 1I4S ns 764 1374 100 SW 80 S4 9 3074 474 1(1 7074 1274 1674 274 2874 13 2374 8774 2874 17 47 4771 1WH 114 1074 National Lead .. 92 Nevada Consol ,. 1474 N Y Airbrake .. 59 N Y Central.... 7574 N Y Dock 2874 N V N II ( II .. 177. Norfolk Southern 1114 Norfolk A West.. 10074 Northern Pacific. 78 Orpheum Circuit. 1974 Paclflo Oil 4674 Pan-American Pet MS Pan-Am Pet B.... 47i Penn B B 3474 People's Gas .... 71 Pero Marquette... 21 Phllada Company 3374 Phillips Petroleum 8074 Pierce Arrow .... 15 14 Plcrco Oil 074 I'ltts A West Va. 2474 Pressed Steel Car 0374 Pullman Company 11774 118 Punta Aleg Sugar 371i 3774 Pure Oil 3.174 Pub Berv ot N J. 7014 Prod A Bcflners.. 28 Ball Steel Springs UK Bay Copper 1414 Heading 73 Hep Iron A Steel. 5274 Rep Iron A 8 pf. Republic Motor... Boyal Dutch N Y Bt L A San Kran. St L A South woe t 2214 St L A South pf. .1374 Santa Cec Sugnr. . Savage Arms .... Bason Motois ... Seaboard Air Line Sears-Boebuck ... Brneca Copper .. Sinclair OH .... Southern Pacific. Southern By .... Huuthern Ry pf.. Bland O of N J Stand O of N J pf 113 Stewart-Warner . 2874 Klromberg 4074 Studebaker ICS Submarlno Boat.. 474 Superior Oil .... 514 Turns Gulf A Bulp 4474 Tenn Cop A Cheni 11 Teas Company .. 4374 Tuns A Pacific. Tti A Pac Coal.. Tob Prod Tiansue A Wms. Union Oil Mi Ion Pacific .... r.lted Alloy United Drug .... Drug 1st pf. United Krult .... rood Prod .. Retail Stores. SCI Pipe ... 8 Ind Alcohol. S Ileal A Imp. 8 Bubber .... 8 Rub 1st pt.. S Smelters ... 8 Steel S Steel pf rah Copper Utah Securities... Vanadium Steel.. Oaro Chera. . Vlvaudou Wabash. Wabash pf A .. Weber A Hell.... West Maryland.. Weat Mary 2d pf 144 West Pac Corp.. 1374 Wcatlnghouae . . . Wheel A L K ... Wheel A L R pf. White Motor ... White Oil Wlllys-Overl ... Wlllys-Overl pf. Wilson A Co ... Worth Pump . . BANKING AND FINANCIAL. SnYoN "rTLEOTRIO LIGHT AND POWER COMPANY THHKE-riSAll 1ft wi."u' IULU UOI.U UEUKMUUCe. vnTinp- nii ltu,.nii.MIT10N. -r ...I. anil .u. rv hnlilr of the Three-Yea . rnni...iihi. R.id nnhtnturei. lnsued un cer the agreement made as of April 1, 1920. between Union Electrlo Light and Power Company ana tne Kfiuiiaoie iru.i :: .. r,'...K r.wr. th.t Union Klectric t .... pah... rnmmnv electa to exervtse its right to call and redeem, and will call and redeem, on March 1. 1922. all of Its Tbree-Year 1 Convertible Cold Debemuies then outstanatng, oy pn"ni L""r.Y u. r.nKaKi Tni.i ComDanv of New York. . vnrlf r!ltv. nf the n1nciD.I thereof and- all accrued Interest thereon to March 1. 1922. together with a premium uf ...-t..ir nf on. ntr cent. 17436) on the ptn- clnal thereof. Bald Debenturea will bewme V.rJ r ...j n..Ki nn .aid late and at .aid place. Interest thereon shall cease on March 1. 1922. the coupona appertaining to lucti Debenturea. maturing after March 1, 1022, will be void, and thcrefater said Debenlu'-is .mi n k .nltld to anv rleht ur tivnelll of. under or from the aald agreement made as of April 1. 1920. except the rUht to re ceive payment as aforeasld. Upon the surrender of any sjch Debenture to the Equitable Trust Company cf New r..i mi iia aalit office, en or after Mrn 1. 1922, with ths coupon maturing on Apill 1 1922. and all coupons ubequently m ...in. attached thereto, tie r.oldsr thereof will bs entitled to receive the interest theifon nccrueu 10 jirvn ..- . amount ot and premium on me sua L-e UNION BLECTBIO LIGHT AND POWCTl By F. L. DAME Vice lreildnt SOU 2374 6374 974 IPTi 129 2774 Oil 414 1344 574 6374 H74 444 0174 65 9974 33 874 11014 61 1214 3314 80S , 6'4 014 2014 12U 634 674 134 3074 914 54 2774 32 4714 33'i 79 H 28 PH 1414 7314 6374 84 674 6174 2274 2214 3314 174 1614 2S 314 6274 1714 2014 8274 18S .1114 18014 113 2974 4054 9274 474 674 4514 II 4374 8014 2574 CIS 074 1974 129 28 CH 4514 1344 6i 6614 20 444 0174 33 9974 33 87 74 98 45 4114 314 274 11414 2614 12 MS 0 174 214 1714 4874 I44 2514 2874 41 92 1414 69 7314 .874 17S IIS 100 7774 1574 4614 6214 4674 314 71 21 3314 8074 1514 2414 6314 11674 3714 3314 79 14 2S 98 14IJ 73 624 84 674 6014 2274 2274 35 114 164 214 314 0274 82 1614 4IH.4 18014 115 2974 4074 9174 44 64 4474 1H14 4314 21174 254 6314 974 1914 121' 27U 8.1 45S 1S474 44 6574 1914 4314 0174 54 S 9914 33 8674 98 43 4174 8174 24 1154 2014 ralue of education from Washlnsr- ton'" wrltlnsg. There tvero short addreaseg by ths president of tho graduating; class, Jo seph C. Dreyfus Jr., and by the two honor pupils, Audry Allen of the general course nnd Edith 17. Smith, a commer cial student. Dr. Louis A. Marks, ap pointed recently to tho Hoard of Exam Inors. was tho principal speaker of tho evening;.. The dlnlnmna were presented by Prin cipal Arthur A. Iloylan, who announced that tho St. Gauden's .Medal tor Draughtsmanship had been on by draco Dillingham and tho Art Scholar ship, given Jointly by me aonooi An Lcarrue and tho General Oriranliatlon. had been awarded to Virginia Macdon-aid. ARE HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS REPLACING BOYS AS LEADERS? By R. R. Batson. Considerable1 ntlr lias been created In Wall Street brokerago circles by tho official notification of tlio New 1214 York Stock Kxchango that "buckct- ""i inir" of customers' orders must I cease; uiui irum hub umo on hid oa- 214 clianRO will make it a point to sco l'k I 41... ill.linnA! lirnlfnra nr r,rrlr1ttlTl AHtL I I' 144 criminally. .374 This stir has been created not only 3014 ......j. ...... I D 42 among ouiaiuu uroKcrs, wncro ini- aujiuiw i iuiii mi ww 'iijr kctlne" lion been notoriously nreva' . J lent, but also among members of tho 73'4 Now York Stock Exchange, for it has 28V iccn established that a number of 17 firms, members of the Kxchiince. n lnn-n nnt ljeo.n nlmvn llnlns- hueket 100 I , ,, A , 1, n.1 . , n lt..M.Al..A. .... I UIK nic.iiuyn ki vtiii;ii iiiiiiuacHwi 1A I it is, irvriiupa, uui ou ijiuuu viiu vH threat ot criminal prosecution tnai so r.274 pcrturlw certain members of tho 47 brokrrafio fraternity as tho means Show "Co-Eds" Taking Scholastic Prizes and Close ly Crowding Athletes of Varsity Teams. The now term In the high schools Is not through Its first week, and Kirls 8474 which tho New York Stock KxchanRc "'ready loom large In the news of will adopt, according to Seymour L. I achievements. In announcing the Cromwell, Its President, to prevent classical prlzo -winners for the whole "bucketing.1 I city last -week all the fortunate ones were girls. public, thero havo been members of tw0 r Xudrey Acn and Ruth B. the Exchnngo wMo havo figuratively ... .. . uiched their eyebrows in a "holler Smltn- wcro tho honor 1P13 at tnc (luin thou" expression, but tneso graduation exercises and that the St. sumo brokers have been using tho Gaudens medal and art scholarship i.ltntlcal methods of handling naA- wn, fn ,wn .,hnr ,rl. Ingham and Virginia Macdonald re spectively. Scholastic attainments do not ex haust the cope of tho "co-eds" 21 33 '4 ir.ix n i it.. . .. .. i , I .. 1 1 "I - . . ,. . . I T t . m . I 2414 1 ccsstui campaign ngainst ouinwa I iicwa uuui ucorje jrvaaninEi"" 637 brokers wno navo been mulcting tne High School, co-cducatlonal. reports 117 S7'4 554 797. Vi t'8 I4l TTu. 1 nesfl that caused the campaign 5374 nsalnst the outside fly-by-night con 84 ctrns. 4 Tho Infcrenco must not bo drawn 6174 that the New York Stock Kxch'ingo 2274 I hnn hnd official knowledge thnt such i2M condition of affairs existed. Had the Prowess. At Evander Chllds a branch 5" T.-.ni,,.nn u..nv. .nnii i,nn,.,t.,i .. I of tho newly organized irlrls' section IJAV.imui." uiiiliui ihiumkuv . undoubtcdlv would have disciplined t tne f. S. A. u. nas been formed, n nnd aullo possibly would havo ox- a rigorous swimming examination 74 .. . .... m .. .. I nlnn irlvl. nq.sn.l nil a... I Mm a . .a. it nu rn me oiienuinir mrmDo.r iir,n. jr i ". v4M.in.m V I ....... . ... I nM.tAMn.. . , 1 .A any rauit is to do rounu witn tne nuw imjuwemij. ' lub imu wus iu York Stock Eichantro It Is In that save a drowning pcrson. It did not expect sufficient energy to With this record added to tho girl ruin official knowledge of a condl- cheer leader at Morris and the girls tlon of affairs so vital, to Its best in- on mixed debating teams the boys tcrcsts. while this knowledge of will have to look sharply ufter their "bucketing" methods was possessed laurels. It would not bo surprising to by numerous employee of Stock Kx- find girls on the shooting and tennis 4074 change houses and by many others teams 9214 who huvo long been active In Wall 47. Street affairs. '7 1)114 1 C274 17 20 82 1V4 r.o, 1B0! 115 29 Evander Childs. Prizes In economics and history wei awarded to Evander Chllds students having the highest averages In thci final ratings for last term and the The archaic method of "bucketing." und tho one popularly understood tomer. out to rail to execute the or- tuti dcr. In effect, tho broker simnlv Regent's examination In the subjects, wagered tho customer that his. tho i"c pnie in economics was awaraea 10 1914 customer's, Judgment was wrong. Thm John J. Qulgley. whose average was rrctlion was so rudo and laid the of- S3 per cent. Harry facheln, with an finding broker so open to succJSnful average of 94 per cent, won the history oimlnal prosecution that it has 1 n since been abandoned. The prevalent method of "buckot 33 Ing" Is for the broker to execute the 20 order of tho, customer, hut to nlmost Immediately sell or buy an equal amount of the same stock for the pur pose of offsetting the customer s or der. When this lias been dono tho firm Is In the same position as if the 129 28 09 4511 13 7 474 44 (1114 544 9914 35 87 RUSSIAN REFUGEES SKELETONS COVER 4 11814 11614 11074 customer's order had never been ex-1 C24 13 35T4 3074 07. m 2014 1314 "74 1474 157. 634 7 14 3914 914 5S 2774 32 4714 (IS 12 35 3074 d'4 014 2014 12U 8'4 1474 13', 53 7i 1374 39 II 314 27 V 32 47i LINES OF TRAVEL ecuted. He Is still wagering the cus InmAP Hint hi lllilirmpnt In wrollff 'mil None of the broker's capital Is tied AT- 1 lip. ixui umy 111:11, uui itu 119 me 1:110 074 todlan of the money ot tho customer, 2074 put up ns margin on which tho broker II j eJ. f Tl10USandS of 13". may. it ho likes, draw interest, and, nUUUraib Ol 1 IlUUbdllUb Ul " furthermore, ho Is enabled to charge RnrtiAc nf th Slnrtrp1 rrtr j ..I .1 UI'UIM 1 1 1 IV VWV WV.W.T - . iin piiRtnmpr fnierest on nis sunnnseil debit balance, or the amount of money representing the difference between the margin the customer put up and the full market cost of the stock prlzo. Thcso prizes wero awarded by Congressman Ilossdalc. . . In view of the fact that tho girls fl the school are enthusiastic over in; form of athletics Uioy are permitted to etigBge In a girls' branch of tho Publlo School Athleijc Icague which was or gnnlzcd at EVnnder. Competition be tweoh tho various classes Is keen. A special test was arraigned for tho girl swimmer to determine tholr proficiency. The requirements wero: Push off from shallow end of tank (75 ft. In length), and swim the length of tho tank; diva o Jump from deep end, swim several strokes, turn oyer on back and swim a short distance, turn over on faco arid finish the length of the tank: dive and Dick ud an artlclo from bottom of tank: swim In good form on back the length of the tank, rescue a supposedly drown ing person. Nino drls were succcssiui in pasiln: all of thcso requirements and were each awarded with a pin. These girls arc Dorothy Glllam, Geraldlne Gardcntc, Kthel JIcGarry, Constance Nash, Mar garet Glllam. Madeline Scldel, Slnea Petersen, Helen scnacier ana uutn Wells, The annual election for officers and grade drlogntes of the general organi zation Will l3 neiu ewn. 4'uaicra sm vnrlous rnndldates nro nlroady appear ing, rvonunauon specencs win do inaoo In tho school assembly on Feb. 20. Tho Tiresent officers of the organization are: President. Itobert Hobson; Vlco Presi dent, John Hawthorne; Secretary, Ada- lino Bishop. ' . m The school Is now for the Tlrst time nmninir on a double session plan. Pupils ot the first, second, third and fourth terms begin school al 12.40 ana slop nt 5. Students of the filth ana nigncr grades nave me mornms scasiuu 01 irum 7.00 to 12.34. Wadlcigh. The new officers of t!ie Wad'clgh Oencral Organization arc: Vroaident, Gladys Hubs: Director of Public Per vice, Bculah Green; Director of Social Setvlce, Francej Elchcl: Director of Lunch Itoom, Anne Torpy: Director of Traffic, Agnes Lumbard; Director of Sales Table. Gladys Friedman; Director of Sanitation, Tcggy Lanvllle; Director of Courts, Amy Bernst-un. MemborH of tl.e Owl Board ore Alice Judge and June Aullch. . A new course In elementary law has been established this tetm in Wfldlciiih. Klla Ralston, the teacher of tnls oub tect. has given un her courses In ele mentary Jurisprudence rt Hunter High School in order ao devoto ner time more fully to this new course. m m m The Wadlcigh Economics Club, better knowfk as the "Wadeco," was onrauiztd In June, 1921, by several pupils then studying economics to promote a more friendly feeling among the students and to enable them to obtain a more exten sive knowledge of the subject. Meet ings are held regularly on the Hist Fri day of every month, and at thec inct Imss men prominent In business deliver lectures. Kla L. Ralston Is the club's sponsor. Tlio new officer? of the club arc: President, Evelyn Hurley; Vlco President. Gladys Friedman; Treasurer. Grace Rofrano; Secretary, Krinces Eichel, Anne Torpy. A meeting of the IVad'elgh Roojevelt Memorial Association was held on Fri day to elect new officers, adopt a con stitution and plan for a patriotic dince 1c be given toward the end of the month. Theodore Roosevelt. The senior dance of the class of Jan uary, 1922, of the Theodoro Roosevelt High School was held Jan. 20 at tho Academy, 179th Street nnd Broadway. Tho Chairman of tho Dance Committee was Stella Lottcnberg. Grace AndrcwH was the faculty adviser. ... The graduation exercises were hold Tuesday nlsht at the Morris High School Auditorium, 166th Street and Huston Road. Herman Hagcdorn spok'o about Roosevelt In the Bad Lands Commissioner Chambers of tho Board of Education presented the diplomas to tho graduates. The following students also addressed tho audience: Mlas Diana Klein, Miss Eva Rotgard. Mau rice Galbert and Miss Gertrude Conroy. The Congressman Rosedale medal for excellence In history was awarded to Herman Bernstein, 6-3. Tho economic medal was won by Miss Lusbader, 8-1. Herman Bernstein was awarded tne lkaac Pitman medal for excellency In shorthand at tho rate of eighty words Gertrude Conroy of 8-1 was awarded the Pitman medal for w words pci minute. . ... x The basketball season was fairly suc cessful for Theodore Roosevelt. The greater part of tho team still Is In school and will be ' available for next year. 1 An inler-class basketball tournament is in the making. All classes in the school will be entered. The schedule Is now belni; arranged and tho first gar.'c will be played shortly. The winners of the tournament will be presented wltli smnll t.llver basketballs. The winners of respective buildings and sessions wilt also be awarded some token. Rivalry l keen and tho tournnmcnt promises to be a Kiurce for material for the var sity bu&ketball team. 1 WPf HBEI?. Old Souti S 191- BY THO BEGIN THIS STORY TO-DAY'AND MEET VIRGIL DRACE A young Yankea of wealth and position, who goef New Orleans on n mission of revenge for the hanging of his father 8tepho La Vitta. a guerilla in the Civil War. Ho Is joined by LIBERTY SHOTTLE A young man of good family, but with an Insa aoie passion for gambling. NADINE LA VITTEA heautlful alrl. who has attracted Virgil' attel tlon. and nrovaa ta ha o d BteDho'a dauahter. tlO Is roicuea oy urass in a riot, and then disappears, but when Liberty discovers a cail of wine addressed to Stepho La Vitte at harnums uanaing, no at cldes that they should sail up the river and visit his uncio. GENERAL BETH PAGE Who lives at the landing next to Farnur and from whom Shottle borrows 500 to start a juto factory. "O CITAPTEH VT. 'discover It. Sho stood where the! (Continued.) I blooms brushed her brow. He II, you don't say so! 1 1 forth his hand, and slowly she si am sn elnd. Tint It would m r her.d. hnn nllvfnrWtn mnrrv "Alonsieur, llOW foolish to Come! ,j Tv Di.i...kj.n I you do not go now. In a short time 3 old Josh. She is so bright. ,, ... " ... v I don't mean as to his age. Love Is will die. My father! He will nbo nil. T nhnlllrl lllcn It not to RfiA not a matter of years, but of what dend you aro fc0 brave. My fathe; snail 1 say? it soul. And a man's will think you come for him, De Witt Clinton. Three members of the De Witt Clin ton faculty left at the close of last term two of them becauso of appoint to more advanced positions. Arthur K. Kinuse, a mathematics instructor since 1 1010. has been appointed assistant prin clpal of Public School No. 5. at 140th Stieet and Edgecombe Avenue, Man hattan. Albert S. Taylor, principal of No. 5. was formerly of the Clinton Eng lish Deportment. Bernard M. Parelhff, for twelve years p. teacher In the Mathematics Depart ment. lias been trsnsferret' to th George Washington High School. Mr. Westphal of the 87th Street annex, re ceived the principalshlp of an elemen tary school. soul docs not die simply because his nalr turns gray. I maintain that, and I don't care what the world says. Don't you agree with mo?" "Oh, yes," said Drace. From what he had been able to gather from tho General, and by talk Ing in seeming Idleness to boatmen ,. firei nd you will bo no mo X W . . . ' r co Hlease, go away now. Luuuimcu inc luiunnauon snaicnea by Shottle from tho label on the Frenchman's wine case namely, that old Stepho had a haunt somewhere In the neighborhood. A shrewd old negro naa said that the outlaw lived In the swamp. In a house built of periwinklo shells. On the opposite shore, and several miles below tho General's Home, there lay a great wood of fVnrPH. nnrl n Hilnl InniFl. 1 , cedar, a sort of everglade, a marsh, "ot a Norlhc,n nn? with hundreds of knoll-Islands here nnd there rising among the bayous ricre was Indeed an outlaw's para 1574 S3 7 14 3954 9 074 2774 32 74 the Steppes. Stuyvesant. Medals for highest honors for all K'ndos of all the subjects taught In Stuyvesant were awarded by the head of the respective departments at tha first assembly held this term Inst Wednesday. Tho medals, gold, sllve land bronze, according to the grade of tho subject, were given to the studen. obtaining the highest marks In spec!)1 "But I will tell him that I did I"- He moved nearer, but with her 1 raised, palm toward him, she motlol I him away. "You do not know what you til Nothing could you tell him, for "Oh, It Is becauso you want to rd of me." 'No, no, no. It Is not that, l Ijou much. You are so brave handsome. It Is because I fear vou. My father would bo angry l ave mo talk with a Northern mi Go now, and for my sake, come I more." 'Mr. Boycc," said Drace then. She shot a sudden startled look him. "Mr. Coyce but ho is my ther's friend. My father expects i disc, for Drace was told that nVt Mr. Boyw. And If my f. npnriv nil ii. i,. .i i... ther should come back and find t nearly all its lanes and crooked by ways ot brown water had been ex- thcr should come itere talking with you, he would! tV::"." r,' "l Please. Mr. Dn.cc, go at once, befo rr m r It is too late. See. the sun Is almofl r..u ,.,lpt. The stars como soon, nnd 11.1 i. tun. luiuin itiiu luniier into uusi . . ru moss-hanfdnff wild. He did not con- Uiroush the cane he come. Oh, oj r- , n.i, - vfin ninnfln be kinrt lo me anu koj in vjtrutiui iMiinpaKc, ior ms ,UB It'" " ' . "Kind to you? God bless you,l WALL STREET GOSSIP .1035; cables, ,2040, off .0020. BANKING AND FINANCIAL. bTA Live Market News from a Mnde range of sources jlmn into out Information Department You can keep well informed on New York Curb Exchange securities and the market trend through the "INVESTOR &. TRADER"- a recognized authority on this field. Ask for copy of this week lZfiage illustrates! Investor &. Trader Copy fivca tao obligation New York Offices 1U Fifth Annua 1 Til.VU4.Sq. UT7 M Broad Sttcrt TU Broad 71M SOS Fifth Aanu. TLMur.HlU7IM Tones &. Baker MtnuScr KcwYotk Curb Morlxt ' Dlrtat Prtr.t. W1ri Krw T.rk CkW.r. m. rkHaalkla Filtik.rf. Dltwll (tlrinar. Otr.U.J UFA. Volga Region, jlussla, Jan. 7 competitive examinations held the we?k bought for tho customer's account. In (Associated Press). When the .mows oeiore i;eKeni w, iw ysiem. D . I ' I tuti I nli TL-n lnTnlltl n voni nnrl a half not a few Instances the Interest melt next spring the Russian steppes T iinniinti .riininr.iun in hti-... er efforts. The full lint of winners la: Mathematics, David Hlttenlierg Charles Snliek. Samuel Borofsky, Charles Clou, Joseph V. Sadowsky, Samuel Garnick, Ernest Fanaska anil Paul Flick. English Frank Cushlnp, Edward Ross, Emanuel Iluss. Charles Reenlault. mills Stelnhardt, Nathan llengls, Jonn Somerville and Jacob Borut. Latin Ralph Greenberg, Harry Roth- man, Samuel Schnella, uenla :abetta Samuel Borofsky and Morrl-i Kobllsh. French Charles Gunther, Joseph Pon. dnrry. Bernard I-evy, Gabriel Lip. schultz, Jacob Siegal, Max Brecke' JcoDh Londnrry and Albert Clucman. Spanish Krnest taroonl. uporge Ali son. Santo I'asquaue,- ueniamin jvew- man, Joseph Artola, William Drypuchar, and Abraham Ush. German Louis Helming and Charijs Kek. Freehand Drawing John Slavlk, Ir vlng Gllck, Rudolph Luc?k, Samuel Tlcrman, Joseph Oberwcger and Paul Elsain. Mechanical Drawing William Berg... and Frank Newhart. Physics Joseph Sadowsky. Edwin Hill, Richard Bloch. Slmion Costa and Henry T. Wllhelm. Biology Alexander zimany and Slj- mund Cramer, Tho Nominating Convention of the Stuyvesant General Organization will take place to-morrow afternoon in the auditorium, where, out or a large neld of candidates for nomination, two will finally bo chosen by popular vote to run for each of tho flvo disputed posi tions ot President, Vice President, Sec retary, Basketball Manager and Foot ball Manager. It appears that William Hltzlg and George Glershcvski, Vice President and Secretary respectively of last term's G. O., will be unopposed l.i tlio nomination for tne presiuency. Aaron Solomon, Eugene Stein. Abo Kap. Ian, Paul White and William Hoccklc- man aro tno ronienacrs ior me vico Presidency, wnue tno largo iicm tor the Secretaryship Includes William Ad- ler, John Somcrvuie, Monroe ocnmmt, Jacob Fisher. Hyman Keppler and Gcorgo Halpern. chnrged on the debit balances of cus- . hn witn skeletons not tomers Is alone sufflclent to pay all the . m,tnn. , anA rnm. running expenses ot a well equipped . ' A, . , . . brokerago house. e' D"1 lnB ueo ol ul It Is the practice ot brokers who cm- thousands of men, women ana cnu- ploy "bucketing" methods to carry In dren Trho fell exhausted In their quest a numbered account the stocks they f0r bread: who lived the simple lives or.ll or Irav for the purpose of offset- hot- npimnnr. ancestors lived, for CURB. I inrr tlm ntocks which were boucht for 1 ..oniiifii.j. nnrl burl lltllo eonceDtlon Opened firm. Retail Candv. 5 1-2: I nrrmint of a customer. Hook-l i, iitir..Ti imhrnvai mhleh made Lincoln Motors, 5, up 1-S; Int Itbr, keeping methods have been so cam- this famine more terrible than that 11 3 Si Int. Pet., ID; Magma, 30 3-4, ouflnged that when tho market has 0f 1891, up 1-8; Cleveland Motors, 313-4, gone against tho house that "buckets" The peasants knew nothing ot mod- up 1-4; Reynolds n, 39 3. up 1.4; orders and tho house has been forced ern ways. They were unable to buy City Service, 173. to fall, expert accountants called In t'ekets on the railways, unable to FOREIGN EXCHANGE OPENING. U nudlt ,ne books for the receiver Ett permits to ride on trains burdenea , , j .... .. 1 iiave rouna xnai ineir accuuuims cuu- wun ine eu irniy mm iuuu iui Sterling, demand, 4.3J 3-8; cables, I ,.,., .nml,ip),. Ln mrl Pxtromil. Thev wandered. 4.32 7-8, up 1-4. French francs, do- Und millions of them are still wander- man, .0839; cables .0889, up .0000 1-2. Now ,t Is propoScd by the New Ing. Lire, demand, .0408; cables .0468 1-2, yorjc stock Exchange, or at least it is Somo drifted westward to the Volga off 0001. Belgian francs, demand, being urged by President Cromwell, and found death In the typhus-ridden .vou- i-.i uuics, .uouj, uncuangen. tnat books of nil members ot the Kx. railway centres or among tne norruia Marks, demand and cables, .0049 1-4. change shall be subject to regular of refuge camps along the Volga; oir .uuou i-i. urccK Drachma, de- examination. This Is the real causo others started ior nirKesian, sun nand, .0449; cables, .0454, up .0001. ot s0 much perturbation among cer- others moved eastward toward Slbe- Swisa ironcs, uomana, ,1959; cables, tain members ot the brokerago fra. na, tne lana ot goia ana wneai, wnmu .1901. on .0003. Guilders, ilnrnnnil. L.iiv has nlwnvs been so alluring to the 3720; cables, .3725. unchanged. Pes- it will mean that "bucketing" will Russian muzhik, who heard little or etas, demand, .1538; cables. .1540. off be made practically impossible; it will Its vastness, Its hardships and Its 0002. Sweden kroner, demand .2570; mean that It will no longer be possible heartlessness. rnhles. .2575. unehnnrrrs,! Mnnmr in fhnrirfi customers interest on monov I The bodies whlcn lie along the rail kroner, demand, .1010; cables, .1615, which was not actually loaned them, roads are collected on cars ana nauiea It undoubtedly will mean that not to centres, whero they are piled in a few brokers win nave to qulotiy irozen, snow-coverea neapi to a close up shop unless they can add to burial. Freezing refugees remove om holr canltal and do bus ness on u irarmcnti from the dead, so tne legitimate basis nnd on one which will I frozen bodies aro nude. sufegunrd tho Interest of the public. Families drift npart and wander President Cromwell of tho Stock Ex- aimlessly on to their Inevltablo fate. change has stated; "There are certain I Human instincts are lost, and they fuctB wo must know about thoso firms become little better than beasts. Tno who carry stocks on margin for the city and town populations aro so hard public. Wo must know the relation ened to suffering that they aro little between their froo capital and their moved by tho misery which Uvea all commitments. Wo must know the ob. about them. Death seems more mer- llgatlons they have entailed. We must ciful In the country for the refugees know tho character of numbered ac- they sink into the whlto covering of counts, so that tho Stock Exchange the endless plain, and wolves atrip can do nssurcn tnat no members have I their bones. sold for their own account tho stock From Perm and Ekaterinburg to the they should bo carrying for their cus- Caspian Sea death Is stalking over tomers. I the steppes. Russians, Cossacks, Kalmucks. Kirghiz and Tartars alike If tho Now lork btock Exchange ar mectinir their end with hopoless adheres to this determination thero Is I ness and patlente begotten of centu- ccrtain to ne mucn less ngttation for ries of uneaual struggle against polltl tno incorporation ot tne Jsncaango. cat extortion and unfavorablo climatic conditions, mado worse bv ignorance c.en. r. a. smith i.s nr.ui. of scientific methods of tilling the soil Gen. Frederick A pleton Smith, u. a. In the larger towns there Is food A., retired, seventy-two, died Saturday for salo at fabulous prices, but tho night of heart dlscaso at his homo, Nc. starving refugees havo neither money 300 West 106th Street. A native of nor goods to exchange and can only Cralgvllle. N. Y ho wa iraduatud sit down and await death or trudge on JTOin wcsi J uiiu in iou. lit served in till IWv sink nt Mthnllxtlnn . " in r , .'".r." American corn will be too lale to PhiiinDinoi.. lie Is surMvcii hv m. save many of these hunger victims a on, Major Raymond D. Smith it' Already entire village populations have o. a., mm iu luu.wui, iiueu iu iiiB provinces caai ot iu tuo Washington Irving. The Incoming freshman clats is oiit ot trie largest in the history of Washing ton Irving. More than the usual num ber of girls nave chosen the academic course. Almost halt the giaduatlng class has entered Teacher's Training School. A majority of the rest Is divided among the colleges offering B. A. degrees and the various art schools. ... All the classes elected officers last Wednesday. A Captain, Lieutenant anl Recorder were elected in every class. ... The Elocution Department has ar- rfliiged an interesting piogramme ol plays to be given In the Auditorium din ing the semestei. The Washington Irving Placets' Club will civo several performances of Sheri dan's "Rivals" during March. ... Free courses li advertising and sale.- manshiD for both men and women are now being organized at the Washington Irving Evening Hlgn scnooi. 'tnese courses should prove of special interest to thoso employed In tho advertising, printing or publishing Aids or those who sell. Tho work will be of a practical nature and will consist largeiv of demonstrations and the working out at concrete problems by the class. Those ho wish to enroll snouia apply at tne school any evening between 7.30 ai.il 9.30 o'clock. ie accomplished. "I might Invite help, seize him and turn him over to the law and tho law might hang him," he mused on one of his excursions Into the swamp. "But justice on tho pait of the law would not be revenge on the part of a Drac i No, I'll do this all my: elf. I will hang him up, with two cards on ills breast. would die for you." Oh. vou make love soon! won't you please go now! QuIc'J hear something. "Vou hear my henit. Let me ten minutes, and then I go." h, but why would you givei ten minutes of fear?" Ho saw that her anxiety was 11 and his heart smote him for ciui Th. trvouts for tho Stuyvesant Dc- ..Hnir Team will bo held Thursday nftcrnoon. It ts expecicu me team M,n.n will bo of exceptional merit, as the entire squad remains from last term. Capt. Heilpcrn. Ernest Rovcre, Herbert David and Harry Boiler, tho team in question, seems certain to bo rechosen, George Washington. Tho graduating exercises of George Washington High School were held last Monday evening in the auditorium of P. S No. 52. Thirty-four pupils grad .lateri fmm the four-year general course and twenty-three from tho three-year commercial course. Th.. class ranrrhed to the platform led by a student representing the Spirit of Washington, wno Eavu an ciiraci on Commerce. The High School of Commerce bjje ball team, last year's runner-up for the championship of Greater New York, will play the follqwlng schedule this season; March 23. Dickinson High; 2?, open; April 1, Townsend Harris; S, Bt. John's Trep; 8. open; 11, Clason Point Military Academy; 15, George Washing ton; 18. C. C. N. Y. freshmen: 22. Evan der Chllds; 26, Concordia: 29. Textile; May 3, Manhattan Prep: 6. Curtis; 10. held open for N. Y. U. freshmen: 13. Stuyveuant; 17, Fordham Prep: 20, Mor ris; 24, open; 27, Stamford, Conn., pending; 30, Cllntom The service equad of 1'i0 boys from all terms polices the school. At every er trance or exit at all itimes of thn day a .iHni Is on duty. The boys abandon fcni.. m1v rjcrlods to be of service to thtir school. Tlio "squad" Is an example of student orKanitunuu pu iuumr n New York high schools. At ths present time It U under tne supervision ot us director, Dr. wnarion, aiaMsica oy tain. rn,n... Secretary Maggio and Llcuts. Stone. Bnleban, Shalvey. Russo, Brailles and Vogel. The n. O. store U another example of student organization. xiin it-aun-r .hnree Mr. Berk, does the purchasing inarM-. ..... .i,,,ii ii,.m. for the store, uui. i.m -.w..-..i.., .r the ealesmen, bookkeepers, ...... irVs and directors. The s'ore tilms to uavo as much as possible for n,. students. This is done by helling all school supplies, athletic materials " j at ereatly reduced prices. The pupils patronize the store, and last year it did Harlem Evening High. The Art Class at the Harlem Evening High School for Women began Its siring term Thursday. A thorough ccurso Is given In elementary free hand drawing and design. Commercial Art and APPUed Design courses aro al.c taught to ambitious students. Th" course Is free, as aro all of tho materials needed. Registration Is now oTen in the Wndlelgh High School twUdlnV. I"'-" 3Uc0i- "far Sevcn,h Avenue. I'rlrM rmliird en Swift A Company alr if rafcB.s bo' in New YorK Lily ior wee, era. ini Sslurdsy, I'cb. 4, on .hlpmrnts sold out. ranged from 10 M. to M cents pr pound ana averascd 12.55 cents pi pound. Aivt. and let the law find him. But first 1 Q Ulls dazznnB creatuie whose uiu.fi icaiu iiuui iimi int iaie or .Mary tner j,e would hang with a tvanou ii possioie discover ir mat hromrlit from the North. ,iaper given her by her husband was "yes I will go. I wanted to over round. vn 8omethlng. but my regre. "At his feet in the canoe lay a rope. golng Is so deep that I forget one e.-.J of it a hangman's nooe. nnd i But I must come again lie smiled at it, grim nnd dim of faith, line sun Is not so low. Now telll Sometimes his canoo would stall In the nlense. when that shall be?" carpet of scum. But he forced his way I "Never would a man before II rough Into a nnnow and unobstruct- like this to me. . . But It you ul channel. Now he naddled swlftlv. xnmo when I beg '01l no, let Iti In fioni of him a groat alligator arose next Thursday. My father then f nil ...nlf thr. rnnno rraflnr 1il arnlc I lm In (lie bills tO 1)UV Cattle. 1 iinrk. With a sluiek- irreat hlnls flow. "This is Friday, and that Willi (lapping low, their long legs stretched a week, lacking one day. You out behind them. Draco was armed set aoomsuuy iw m. . ...... with n rnvnlver. hul did nnt wish In "If you come before 'OU Will hre it. caution warnine him. Wlicn find me. And now it Is the got! .tin o.-.r.-iMnn- n,n. ' She drew back swiftly through Tho adventurer liked to feel that door; and clown Into the fringe of no one had ever been there before, cane he went, parting his way to But now suddenly somethlnir caueht canoe that lay nosing tne mo Tilt; w- In tho Tton f nnnlo nf n lnrp bank. l ank he saw a pole with wires htrung Only now that nhe was bom afl to it. a Mrt of gate. The wires were nw " TH fU Mr1 -oLin, vino. trolnorl nhnntl rcmemuei luai " " ' ' ....... ... . H n.iln. with I them. But for what purpose, here in wiicm-u . '"":"""" 1 li Is brushy tangle? He caught hold was ,lne,,la" "l " 1 ... . j ..n..i .... Stepho la Mtte. I ul ix nccu (tllU IJUIICU 111V lUUUt. 14P I closer, took hold of the pole; and now he found a lower slat to which the wires wero also attached. Further beckoned him, and he turned In I ward tnem. une ot mem spoKe: 'Would you bo kind to set across? The night ho comes, andl would not be lost In the swamp. Would A voice called him as he was cii Inc himself for a traitor to his fil .. n . .. f 1 ii rt nn nt rT innrll ulong he discovered a sort of hinge tnrco m'en 8tanulnfr. ODe of tlJ niia.iiEU iu a. aunt, milium, iiiuuui , ' j trier.". "I'll open this gate and see what lies beyond," ho mused, drawing the canoe back to the other end. He pulled m tne poic, ana it yieiacu. xno gaic , et to tho riveri opencu, ana mrougii inu wl-uiim iiiul i ni...i appeared to havo been bent oy "ie ...... hut T don.t know that passing of a boat, he saw a narrow ... . ,d . ,., ,. J ci annei. fiuni-in- It was easy enough to shove thlougU Tr. nlliIpfi ainntrsldn and steadied! ine weeus anu to enter tne now cunni. cnnoc while they got In. Now he : t-oon It broadened, winding nuoui ,on carefully. The man who among tho enormous cypress trees. H tnlkcd. nnd whom the other two Now he came upon a widening that I dressed as Tonez. requested to beri looked like a mlllpond, except tnat in 0n a bushy Bhoro whero tne w the midst of it arose nn island of tall Van so shallow that tho canoo cane. It was nn attractive sight, and almost stuck In the oozo. Wlthl hi ceaccd paddling, to look. Slowly nnddle Dtace propped his craft stc ho drifted townrd the Island's shore, for them to set out. uonez got ou Mr took 1 old of a cano root and pulled nnd with Iho quickness of a ilin noso nf thn canoo hard Into .he snatched a rope from beneath his ' bank. Then lie got out, parting the I and threw a noose about DraJ tlr. nn.l uiiil,l.nrn ,ntin in n Mlinde fin rmfi. Tho two men In tho Ij li. n. n ..ici.t But. now through thii throw themselves upon him. Tti ' ' I a 1 .1 .... 1 I JU- ptrtlng hallway In could see sunlight was a nam miwkiv. uiu cjtnoeri tivond. and kne thnt ho wns about men uui ... uui ... i . ...-. mm n.nnra icAimd . i lnin nn nnin unnpp Anil nil! I uiuit.nv ni Willi lliu lui'i.. Now they mado haste to tic hlnl curoly. The canoe was draj ashore, Drace stretched out In it, to come Into It he looked with a start; for there, a few feet from the edge of tin1 fringe or cane, stood a smnll hoU3j - : .. i. .u .. ...mnnlari nnr I'.ltue Ul Jlllliuic oi.cna ,iiin- i . . , , ii u ...oo f timirb the I now they took It on their shouh r'"U,i : T,,?LYr' heawamn ltenod through the tangled and about the door wns n cypress vine a a J ll (h 4Ut Ellll us rea mooms oa....b r,rriPn .inn!r n. wr T,I((Ariv. . .i JJ nnnA 1 lrflfin llfi'il i n ''-rf Ana men a nimself for not looking ot first w, wns crusnea in imnu, I nii .v.. ... t .. . i i .!. Iho vino rnme I ' "." " w.. iue uoor u..u ut..v.. him In their nower. U,e ranrano IUo-... , ... wmiM .t.9 about V IllC. I snv." said Toner, "nut vn steal abl no more. Tho carpetbaggers, they derbrush. He had fought hard. had not cried out. But as ho VJ CIIAFTEII VII. s You brave?' and you say 'Yes, I he .lid not take fricht when Mie hravc.' Then they say, 'You find oi.. ...... . .....'i, , . niepno.- Anu you go to una mm. i saw him. She wns startled, but ls not at nome. But his men, t did not run into tno nousc; sue como just In time." utnmi dazed, her marvellous eyes In "You aro ltars. I was" wide htarc. Slowly ho came forward, "Ah, you come with tho joke. 'I gazing, his hat In his hand. He morrow wo wilt laugh. Will you 7 . dropped tho hut, .stooped, caught it up pu will not laugh." and now stood before r. Do Not Mjli To-MoVrovt Intertitk If she weto aguaica . -ould not I Initalrjient.