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AJigh'&raJe Railroad Bond
V. Yielding 5.30%
'At this trme vt.'hcn many :::
voters, owing to the increased
cost of living, arc disposing of
their nig:h grade bonds and re
investing in bonds to yield
from S"7o to 6%. too crreat care
cannot be given to the stabil
ity and strength of the secu
rity purchased.
\Vc arc ottering to investors
a first refunding mortgage
6% to3d bond, maturing in 2S
years, secured by a mortgage
cpqii an essential part of the
main line of one of our largest
transcontinental systems, at 1
rate limited to $30,000 a mile,
including prior lien*, to yield
530%.
Write for Circular 121-5.
Potter, Choate & Prentice
Member* New Tork Stocli Exchane» •
BANKERS
Tel -on Broad W> Wall Street
VJ7VT TORK
KEW YORK CITY BONDS
to Yield 4.05 to 4.10%
Xptt 1s the frr»=at opportunity to buy
tbes#% rrenjier bonds .to yield better in
enmo than ymir savings bank deposits.
l*onds may b© surpUedL in denominations
af tSO or any multiple. "Writ© for leaflet
containing: suggestions or investment of !
rmall Incomes.
W. N. COLER & CO.
Investment Bankers,
. 43 CEDAR STSEET. XKW YORK CTTT.
rct&»>?!*hed ifrTO. P. O. Box No. 613.
I»ae Distune* TelrrhOTa 2700 John. j
R. L. DAY ft CO.,
37 Wall St., 35 Congress St.
NEW VOKK BOSTON
HIBH GRADE I HVESTHEHT BONDS
Municipal and Railroad
.Mraibers Vfw y«srlc anil
Boston *>t«ok Exchanges
LETTERS OF CREDIT
Available Throughout the World
N. W. HARRIS § GO
BANKERS -
Pine Street. Corner William
NEW YORK
WANTED.
INT. NICKEL co. "RIGHTS"
NIPE bay com. & pfd.
pit pont powder SECURITIES
3. H. P. PELL & CO.
Members Nf-cr Tork Stock Exchanp«.
DfßlT* in tJnlißt^d and Inactive Securities.
T*-17SR5-«-r-R-fl Hanover. 4;: Exchange PI., N.T.
S^taMishe^l 3564. Tclrphone 2517 Kector.
E. S. BAILEY
r»EAXER IN
FIRE (KEURftHGE STOCKS
"A SPECIAI-TY."
«« Broad-way. New York.
Wm.A.Read&Co.
Bankers
25 Nassau St., N. Y.
FOSTON CHICAGO BALTIMORE
f fiftraciive Investment Bonds^
Yielding sto 6 Per Oent i
J Swartwout & Appcnzellar j
I Mngbm N. Y. Stock F.xchang*;. I
V Trf. .%fi7o John. 44 Fine Strr-et. 7
SEN SEN CHICLETS
STOCK WAXTEI».
Hallo well & Henry,
52 Beav«r f^tTv^t. Tfcl. 4W7 Broad.
Warren W. Erwin & Co.
Mcmt-cfK Ocnsolldated SU«'k Exchange of N. Y. i
Investment Bankers,
25 Beaver Street, New York. J
DIVIDEND NOTICES.
Till: I'EXNSVI.VANI.V iaiu;ii\i'
COMPANY.
I. Iptata, May 2, 1010.
Tii«« Board ri» THrectoTM has this day declared
p »iuan*rly dividend of One «nd one-lialf per
matt. (S^-vrnty-flvf «■•^nt^ p<T «>hare) upon the
<~«pitaJ Stork o<" the Oomp&ny. • able on. and
*fTor May 31. 1910. to «tockbolders as repis- .
trr^«i -npnn the books of ilie Company at the
rlo«- of hiiKinpßS. May .'• t.'\<> Chirks srfll be
meiled to «»i«cVholdPr» -wi.o lla^e filed perma
nent dlvi<len«l ord^rv.
JAMES F. F-^JTNESTOCK. Treasurer.
1:1 I I MX n;n\ * STEEL COMPANY.
DIVIDEND NO. 34.
Ai *■ m«ctins of the Board of Directors of.
*h« K<"pat'll<" Iron I Steel Compaa; h*-ld Mai'
I*th, IJtIQ. the retndar ipiarterty dividend of
• \ r - f>n -■.-..--„• gto '" was <ieclanp<!
pr>yuhl« Jviy Ist. 11 10, to stockholders of rec
(•vd June j"th. 11»1«. Books remain open.
H. L. ROWN'D. TroasurT.
JkDVERTIfTKMKXTS AND CRIPTIONS
for Tbe Trll urs«! rpceivd at their Uptown
o«»?c*. >... IT.R4 Broadway, between 36th and
S?"th **»-. urti? P o'clock p. m. Advfrtisoments
r«-<-riv^d «! ih* following branch offices hi reg
ular office rates until 8 o'clock p. m.. viz.: 254
*ili svt, t- c- oor. 3d et.; 1?R sth «vc. cor.
T?'li bt.; I«>4 T^i*t 14th HI . 457 W«>st 42d St., '
hJTw**n 7th and ?th avrj.; 20:; W< « tSStb St.;
if|"s S<s 1 \-< . ; 1626 "d aye.. near 61st st
THE PETROLEUM FIELDS.
There has been no falling off in develop
ment ■work In ibe various oil Betas <3>jrjnsr
th«» last tjwoft and operations have be«?n at
tended with £ood results, especially fa the»
3ia.rtern fir-Id:-,. Activity has been marked
In th* "West Virginia, and Southeastern Ohio
territories, and ©(specially in the Roan
«""ounty. TV. v».. district, which has I*l
«II other distrirts in new completion. Most
r>l tbp new welis that ham been brought la
pit*- everas** producers, although oma M
them rive Indications of developing larger
jwjdu'MiOTip. Activity J«= also to lM noted in
Uncoln County. "W. Va.. -where a huge
Timber «f new wsils ar* being completed,
>v so far nothing out of the ordinary ha.3
■J>fr«i broagrht In. Oontidfirablfj attention 1c
cf.itred in the Clinton ■ and BeM, in South
rarrtprn Ohio, by raaaoa of th# active »i*
■vrioyment "worK b.^.lng carried on v and tho
fumtehme of i.'-.v production. lit era de
v«»l<-<r>m«nts In tMa district have led to the
**V,cf Hsat the product'i* limit or the field
has not a* yet been definitely defined. Dor
ljiir the w»-»-j- the hmo 011 &.ii& <j£3 Oom-
T8137 brtyu£T.t in a well which produced SoO
■b»rr»»lf In ii« Jirst »ib'hte > ii bo-ura. A large
r.mcrjTA. ' ' th* work now under way and
contcmT'laied 13 located on Bremen and
Jsncticn City town lot*, and it is aatl
zna'j&A that thera are now ■ eighty wells
<ir»Hinj? and Ftartinc in this field. In the
bestxs] "West da efforts to locate new terri
tory continue- In the ol.lons district in
Illinois several rifw -wells have km added
to th« lone: list of producers, the Beat com
pletions having productions ranging from
thirty to Ratty ham In the California
r;r.sds interest ifi on* the increase. In the
jnldway.fi«>M production is going on at an
coannous rate, ai;d the same Is true of trie
««ib**r California Mia. The Great Lake
Vie-w tr.i&hcr m ■**■ producing at the rate
cX taOOt fifty taooaaai barrels a <3ay. Re
iicc.l potroitura Temnias unchanged at 7.75
ia barrels axd -4.25 in bulk nt , ■-• m York-
Fu"OT>&a-n prices also arc 'jiiclmn^Vd as
SolioWK; I/mdon B*fcd per in->p-r:&! gallon^
Antwerp H-'- 2 friin? per 1.-i kilos £Lvi
Sreit.s.T per iO ki!o£ 4 ■,
FINANCIAL MARKET
Light Speculative and Invest
ment Trading in Securities.
Transactions in the securities markets
at the moment represent in large part
the operations of the professional ele
ment- There is practically no commis
sion house business for the account of
he public and apparently tha stimulus
of some exciting development will be re
quired to attract an active demand from
outside speculators, who for many weeks
have shown an entire lack of interest in
he course of affairs in Wall Street. The
investment market likewise is Inactive.
Dealings in railway , mortgage issues,
both on - the exchange and over the |
counter, are confined to unimportant
totals, the recent moderate improve
ment, based upon the report of sales of I
new railroad, bonds to Europe, having j
disappeared, with no indication of a re
sumption of buying in the immediate
future. Prices, however, hold remark
ably firm in both departments of the
market, and according to the opinion of
the best informed men in the financial
community there. will be no material
slump from current levels unless there
should be a distinctly unfavorable
change in conditions governing' the In- j
trinsic value of American Investment
securities. Stocks as a rule are in strong
hands, and the powerful financial inter
ests can be depended upon to work for
ability in market prices, particularly
as the success of the financing of the re
quirements of various railroads depends
to a largo extent upon a firm level of
prices for investment Issues of estab
lished reputation.
The fact that our railroads are unable
to secure the accommodation they desire
at homo and are compelled to pay a
good price abroad for the money pre
sents one of the few weak features of
the present situation, but this view of
the placing of large amounts of Ameri
can securities with European bankers
does not appeal to Wall Street, although
there are signs that the country at large
is not satisfied that borrowing abroad is
a bull argument on the stock market.
While our ability to sell securities to
Paris bankers reflects confidence on the
part of the latter In this country's credit,
it means a big increase in our interest
obligations to Europe, and it strengthens
the hold of Europe upon our gold sup-,
ply. In addition to borrowing abroad
this country is on the wrong- side of the
ledger In its foreign trade, and, further
more, we are sending 1 immense sums to
foreign capitals representing travellers*
expenses and funds sent home by immi
grants who have prospered here. Our
prices for commodities are too high to
give us a favorable market for export
trade, and In turn these high prices at
tract tremendous imports of merchan
dise. For the ten months ended April
98 our imports showed an increase to
the value of $247,064,012, against an in
crease in exports in the same time of
in exports in the same time of
713.1 «>9.
In spite of moderately heavy bank re
serves at this centre local banks are
making no important concessions in
rates for money. Call and time quota
tions are higher than they were earlier
in the season, when bank holdings were
lighter than reported at present, and the
efforts of our bankers to strengthen re
serves above legal requirements, their
firm attitude in the matter of rates on
loans and their close scrutiny of col
lateral suggest that they have In mind
possibilities the development of which I
would cause some disturbance in a !
money market unsupported by a strong I
position on the part of the financial In
stitutions. And the same thing- may be
said of the situation in London, which is
reflected in the maintenance of a 4 per
cent rate by the Bank of England in the
face of a proportion of reserve, to liabil
ity much higher than ordinarily reported
at this period of the year. It is a note
worthy fact that the 4 per cent rate did
not prevent an outward movement of
gold from the British Institution last
week, while it also is worthy of note that
relatively, high money quotations here
and the expectation of big offerings of
bills against American securities sold to
Europe failed to keep sterling exchange
from advancing.
Loans reported by the New York
banks are not excessive, and they are
well secured, but the same thing can
not be said of bank conditions In the
West, where loan accounts have been
unduly swollen by speculative opera
tions, in some instances of a doubtfuj
character. There has been a tremendous
increase In bank loans outside New York
in the last year, while at this centre the
loan item In Saturday's exhibit of the
Clearing House showed a decline of
$155,074,100 from the same time a year
ago and a decline of $35,807,900 from
1908. The interior demand^for currency
is increasing, but the local banks con
tinue to gain on their operations with
the Sub-Treasury, despite the fact that
the federal Treasury shows for the
month to date an excess of receipts over
expenditures on ordinary account of
$1,400 4~6. On all movements, however,
the Treasury shows a deficit so tar in
May of $790,238, compared with a
deficit for the corresponding period last
year of $0,521,135. For the fiscal year
the deficit on all accounts is $43,703,527,
against one of £127,258,647 in 1000. Th*
effect of the new tariff law upon the
government's ordinary receipts is re
flected m a constantly diminishing def
icit, which now amounts to only $15.
303.306, »■« compared with $75,903,129 at
this period a. year ago.
Current if nine in the f-tork market
mafces small commissions for Wall
Street brokerage Unas, but the lull in
speculation will not upset the country.
There has been so much activity In the
speculative markets since the return of
nennal conditions following the panic of
1007 that the present Blowing down
process strengthens the chances of bet
ter and healthier markets at a later
period, and If the progress of the crops
in this country cornea up to expecta
tions and with i.o untoward develop
ment in home and foreign political and
monetary conditions it is not unlikely
that the summer months will witness
greater expansion in speculative and
business operations than Is generally re
corded in the so-called vacation season.
Railroad earnings and bank clearings do
not bear out the assertion heard in some
quarters that trade conditions are bad, i
but it la admitted tbat the consumptive j
demand is not as heavy as reported in
the closing months of 1909, and that j
business in many lines is being con- j
ducted to a large extent on a hand-to
mouth basis.
BANK EXCHANGES AND SALES j
The bank «?xc3ian?es of the Ne«v York
CJeirir.? House and the stocks sold on the \
New York Stcck Exchange last v.eels and [
*; XEW-YORK DAILY TRTBfXF. MONDAY. MAY 23. 1910.
In" the same " week ' of the preceding two
years compare as follows:.. j ;:> :-".;.,..-
May 21. 'J0. '.May£2,-*C9. -1 star 23, "OS.
H,<MA,687.3M $1,545.5T7,44S $1,007,027.02?
£hs- cola J. 455.410 3.515.650 . * u,6rtu.440
WEEKLY TABLE OF BONDS.
: ) j ; irin'M
Piles. Evrads. High Low. 1 May] N't
- . ■ ' I | ■21. |chg«
$SOC* US 3s Coupon... 102% j 102% 102% —^
25000 Japanese 4%5.... 95 04}- 05 — —
6000 do 4s 91% i9l 91 —"4
. lOOuO Rep of Cuba 65. . 1 102% 1 102 102
3000 do 4%5.,.. !'&% jis% 98% +*»
6000 U S of Mcx 55.. »8 I 67-* OS + %
150<X> do 4s 96% 96% 96% 4- %
240u0 Argentine 5s 96% | 96% 06%
. 2000 N V State 4s 1960 106% 1 106% 106%
SOW) NY C 4%s 1857.. 108%. 108 10S — %
34000 do" New 108% 1 108% 108 l £ + %
• SCKX> do 1817 102% 1 102% 102% ■+- %
157000 do 4%s Rets... 101 V* 101% 101%
IMWO do 4s 1957..'... 09% 99% 99% + %
4300U do. 1868 09% 99% 99%
35000 do 1959 '. 99% i*>a 99» 2
18000 Adams Ex 45.... 93% «3 93 — %
27000 Alb & Susq 3%a. 03 92% 03 I + %
14000 Allls-Chalm 58-. . 75% 78 76%
SoCtoO Am Ag Cliem ss. 101T 101% k)l%|4- %
6000 Am Cot Oil 4%5.| 06% 90% 06%
4000 Am H & L. 65... 100% 100 100 — %
1000 jAm Ice Sec «5... 73% 73% 73%
1000 Am Spirits 6s 94 | 94 94 —
80000 ; Am T& T Cvt 4s 101% 101 101% —
3600 do Col 4s 91 ]01 91 — %
29000 Am Tob 6s 106% 105% 106 — %
43000 do 4s J 79% 75% 78%;—%
3000 Ann Arbor Ist 4s '7* . 78 78 +1
D9OOOI Armour 4%5..... 02 91% 62 ■
1 1000 AT&SFAdj 4s Stp 90% 90 flO —
4000 do Gen 4s 90 OS% 98% — %
73000 do Convt 45.... 11l 110 111, + %
, 31000 do 1860 w 1.... 102% 102% 102% — %
22000 do Convt 55.... 113% 112% 112% + '/■
1000 do TS I- 45... "03% 03% j 83% + %
7000 At Coast 4s 94% 93% 93% 4- %
65000 do L'& N 45.. 92% 91% 91% — %
44<X>0 B & O Gold 45.. 98% 93 95% 4- %
30000 do PLE&WV 4s 9.}% 00 90 — %
7000 1 d,> Prior 3%5... 93% 00% 90% — %
BOW do Bwn 8%5.... 90% 80% 89% — %
42000 Beth Steel Sa 87% 87% 87"% — %
2000 B&7thAvlstCon 5s 1 101% i 101% i 101% i 4-1%
1000 Bkln City Ist 101% 101% 101% |— 1%
2160130 Bklu Rap Tr 4s. 85% j $*■% SuVa + s »
1000 do Gold 5s 1102 102 102 | — 1%
l'«»l.f*ln On Gas 55.. 100 106 106 -
1000 Buffalo Gas 55... 66 66 66 — %
11000 C So Ist Ext 6s. 104% 104 104% 14- '*
290U0 do 2d 101 100»i 100?* — '-i
3000 C of Ga Con 65. . 104% 104% 104% + %
10000 d,> Ist Inc 87 86 87 I+l
5000 do 2d incCtfsStp 80 SO SO +2
1000 do 3d Inc SO 80 SO — 2
65000 Cent Leather ss. 00«* 99% 89% —V%
2000 Cof NJGeass Reg 122% 122% 122% — %
16000 Cent Par Gtd 4s J'6'» 96% 96% + '-*
20000 do 3%s 89 I 88% 88% I+ %
1000 do TS L. 4a... 91'4l 81% 91%!—
14000 C & O Con 55... 112% 111% 112% +tlft
OOtX) do Fund 55.... 102% 102% 102% + %
642000 do Convt 4%5.. 95% 04 95 — —
-4000 do Gen 4%5.... 101% 101 101% + '-&
2000 Chic & Alt 3s 74% 74% 74% + %
2000 do 3%5. i 69% 60% 69% — '•»
1000 C& E Ist 53.... 110 110 110 —2
1000 G& N W Con 7s 112 112 112 —1
7000 do Gen 3%8 88 87% 87% — -
1000 C & W I Gen 6s. 108% 10S% 108%
1000 C & W D©b 1921 107 107 107 +2
25000 O B & Q Gen 4s. 97?* 97*4 97?* + %
101000 do Joint 4s »« 95 ?» 96. 4- U
40U0 do Den Dlv 4s. 09 09-99 — %
12000 do 111 Dlv 45... 99% 99% 09%
26000 do 3%s 87** S6& 87 + %
»XX) do Neb Ext 4s. 98?* 98?4 985*
1000 CGL. & . C let 5s 104 104 104 — %
100000 C Mi-St P 4s 1934 92% 92*4 92%
66000 do Gen 4s A... 09% o!>% 99?,
12000 do Term 5s 103 103 103
11000 CRI & P Gen 4s 96% 96 96 —Hi
' 000 do Ref 4s 89 88% 88% — %
244000 do RR 4s 78 77% 77% — %
1000 CCC&St L, G*m 4s 93% 93% 93% — I l *
000 .do"W W V 4s. 90 90 90—8
6000 Cloy L. & W 55.. 11l 110% 111 —2%
16000 Col & So Ist 45.. 95% 95 95
8000 do Ref&Ext 4%s 97% 87% 97% — %
3000 Col Ind 5s 78% 78% 78%
WOO Col & H Val 45.. 05% 85% 95^ + %
1000 Com Tunnel 4b.. 18 18 18 —
1000 Con Tob 4s 79 79 79 + 'A.
<XX> CBtPM &O 6s 124 124 124 —1
11000 Del & H Cvt 4s. 99 08 . 98% —1%
2«iHOO do Ref 46 BS% 95% 98% •
1000 do Eg 4%s **>!» 100% 100% —"s
2000 D& R G Con 4s. 94 04 94 4- %
12000 do imp 6s 101% 101% 101% —% j
64000 do Ref 08 92% 91% 91% —»* !
WOO Det Un Con 4%5. 61% 81% 81% ■ '
21000 Dist Peo Cor 65.. 70% 70 70 — %
2000 Erie Ist Con 75.. IIS 1 ,; 118% 118% —2%
6000 do Ist Con 45.. 52% 81N 52% + %
10000 do Gen 4s 73 72% 72% — %
22000 do Convt 4s A- 77 76 76%!— %
55000 do B CS% 6HV4, 68%—%
10000 do Pa Cl Tr 4s. 53%t»83% 83% — %
1000 Ft & D C Ist. 111% 111% 111% —2%
4&000 Gen Klec Deb 6s. 14<:i%j139 140% +1%
8000 Gr Rap Ry 55... 98% 98% 09% —1%
12000 Green Bay Deb E 15% 15% 15%
2000 H & St J 6s 101% 1019, 101% ——
87000 Hock Val 4%5... 100% 100 100% —1
1000 H & T C Ist 65.. 110% 110% 110% + %
2000! Hud Co Gas 55.. 103% 103% 103% — *»
1000 111 Cent 4s 1953. 99% 09% 99% +l!i
10000 do Ref 4s 97% 07% 07% |
2000 do Lou Div 3%s 87% 87% [ 87%| — %
155000 Int-llet 4%s 81 80%) SO?*, + %
84000 Int R T 6s 102 101% 101%
1000 j do 5s 101TJ ! 101% 1 101 s 1 — %
1000 iDt & Gt X 65.-. j 109% 1 109% 103% j
15000 do 2d Ctfs 111% 11014 HI — %
17000 do 3d 25 ) 25 | 25 I i
15000 Int Paper 6s 101% 101 , 101 . — - 'i
18000 Int Steam P ss. 94 92%( 94 +% i
80O0|lowa Cent Ist 6s. 103% 103% i 103% +1%
2000 do Ref 4s ! 76 76 76
21000 X C F S & M 4s 78% 78% 78% —H |
21000 X C SO 5s 101% 101% 101% + %
12000 do 3s 72% 72T» 72%
1000 X Co JSIMs-Stp.v 84% 84% 84% 1— %
«Ojo Lacka St! 5s 1023 9G% 96% 96%j—
1000 L E & W Ist ss. 111% 111% 111% + V*
15000 I, S& M S Deb 4a. 03% 02% 92%
MOO do 4s 1931 .93% 93 93% + %
4000 do 3%s ..... 01 90% 00% — %
1000 I^ & "WB Gtd 4»«s|100 10<> • 100 |
82000 :l: l & X Unif t0.. 1 95% 98 OSU —% ]
WOO do At K& C 4s ! 94 04 04 j
2000 do M& XI 4%5. 104 104 104 —% \
3000 Mcx Cent Con 4s. j 98% 95% 88% j I
1000 1 Man Con 4s Stpd! 96 96 96 | — 1
15000 Marine 4%s I 65% «■". 65% | — 1%
7000 1 Mich Cent' Dob 4s f 91% 91 91 —% I
3000 II & X M L 65.. 100% 100 * 1005 i!
6000 Mo X & T Ist 4s. 97 07% 97%
1000 do 2d j 83% 83% 83%
10000 do S P 4%5... 88% 1 S«% 88% 1 + %
17000 do Ref 4s 53% 83% 83% +1
3000 do Ext 5s 1101% 101 1101%,— %
1000 M X 4 T of T 5s 100% 100% 100% —3%
69000 'M0 Pac 4s i 78% 78 781* — %
29000 do Ist Col 5b.. 100 ICK» 100 — 2
2000 do Trust 5s 100% 100% 100% I
41000 d,> Convt 55.... 94 93% 94 | ]
4000 do Ist Con 65.. 109% 100% 1 100% + %
5000 'RRof MlstCon4s 84 84 S4. I
3000 NCftSt I. Ist 7s 108 108 10S I— —
1000 do Ist Con 55.. 109 109 100 | — %
8000 Xas Elee R X 4s. 78 77% 77%
22000 iN Rys of M 4%s 94% 94% 94% | — %
3000 do Gen 4s 00% 00% 00% — '.»
25000 NYC Deb 1934. f OL'Ts 92% 02% I
60000 do Gen 3%s { 89% 88% 89% + %
14000 do I. S Col 3%5. 81% 81 81 '■ +V»
2000 do M C Col 3%s »78% 78% 78% j— —
1000 VYC&St L4s 99 0. ) 99 [
24000 XYG&H LH&P 100% 100% 100% |
18000 do 4s 1 53% IS3 I 83%|
58000 XYXH&II Deb 6s 132% 131% 132% + ?» I
12000 do Convt 3%5.. OS% IOS 08% — %
2000 do Deb 1956 94% 94% 94% I ;
1000 X T S&W Gen 5s 8!* 89 85* —1
10000 do Ref ss. v... 104% 104% 104% + %
71000] X V Tel 4%s 97 9fi-gj 97
21000 Xorf A- W Con 4s 99 95% 99 + %
138000 do Convt 4s 103% 102% 103% +1
58000 do Rots 103% 101% 103% i+l%
10000 do Dlv 4s 92% 91% 91%;— %
3000 Xorf &So Ist ss. 101 101 101
4000 : Nor Pao Gen 3s. 72 71% 71% I
18001} do Prior 4s 101 100% 101 I j
2000 JO R «-. X Con 4b 9:.% I 95' i 95% 4- % !
3000 Ore Sh I, Ist 6e. US 115 115 +1
6000 do Ist Con 65.. 11l 110% 111 —1%
1000 do Gtd lief 45. . . 93% !*;;% 93% + %
1000 Fa c of Mo Ist... 98 : 90 99 +1
ISOOO p ac T&- T 55... 91 96% 96% 4- «i '
13000 Perm Convt Vs. 100% 100 100% +"%
160000 do 3%s 1915 *6 l i 85% 95%!—'
8000! do Gtd 3%s 1910 06% i 96' - 06% — %
1000 do Gtd Gold 4s 97% 07% 97% —% j
4000 do 4s 1948 103>i 103% 103% I
1000 Peo & East Ist.. 03% 03% 93% + %
3000 do Inc !55 j55 155 —9
43000 Reading Gen 4b.. I 97% | 97% 97%|+ %
1000 1 do J C Col 45.. 95% 95% 95% — %
1000 Rio G W 15t.... 90 j 90 i 90- — %
10000 R I A&I, 4%s Ctfs 05 '■ 95 • 95
8000 StL. I M&S Gen 5s 108% 108% 108% 4- %
2000 do Ref 4s I 84% 84 84 — %
4000 do R & G 45.. 1 85 i 85 85 — %
105000 StL&SFRRGen 5s 88 i 87% 88
60000 do Ref 4s ... 82%! 81%! 82 —1
10000 St L. Snn Ist 4.«. 89% 89% 59% + %
I.VO0 1 do Con 4s 77% 77 | 77% +%■
2000 StPMi-MlstCon 6s 125-,!125%|125Ui — %
13M0 do Dak Ext 63. 100» XcV 2 1004» + %
1000 B I & A P t0... Sl>% 86 I 66
8000 SFe P & P r.!> .109 109 100 — %
1000 60 V * N E 4s .1 96% i 96% ! 96% +1' *
14»>ft.V»;tieab A 7. Adj 5s 73*4 7."! | 73% I— %
13000 do Gold 4s Stpd 84% 84 iB4 !
5000 do Ref fa ■.»:•'- 09% ' 09% —%k
15000 £0 Pac CI Tr to. 91 I 90% 91 + %
♦>6<>X) ! do Ist R«f 45./, 94% ft 4- 9 94% —
426000! do Convt 4s 101% 100% 101% 4- a i
SOOOO South Ry Ist 53. j 106 105% 105% — %
87000 do Gen 4? ' 77% 77 77 + %
. 1000 do MtO Col 4s! 87 |S7 ' 67' —1
2000 TAsSt I, Ist ss. 112 i 112 112 —3
1000 Tex & Pac Ist. 5s 100 109 109 —1%
6000 Third Avo Con 4e ! 64 64 64
290001 do Stpd.. ..! 64 63% 64 1 4- %
8000 IT & O C Ist 55.. 112% 112% 112% +SS 1 *
26000 1 Und Elec I, 4%5.. 84% 84% 1— %
43000 do Inc . . .. 36% 136 36 -j— %
97000 ! Union Pa- Ist to.] 101% 101% 101% I — ft
34C00 do Ist Kef 4«.. ; 96% 96% 06%|— **
677000 do Court 4s . 106% 105% 1108%1 108% + %
81000 m r p. of t- F is 7.1 1 69 i 6!) —1
1000 I TJ SR A. Imp 6s. HO ! 8!» j69 — "
100000 U S Rubber 63 . . 1 103% 103 103 — %
257000 U S Ste<sl SF 5s 104% 104 104% 1
21000 !Va-Car Chen -'- 90% OS% 90% 4- %
1000 Va I«■a- C 55... 09 BO '< 05 —7 »
2000 Vand Con 4( 3.. I 98 OS 98
6000 "VVRbash Ist 55... 1108% 108% 108% |4. %
MO do 2d 6- ... 101 101 [Ml |
2000 do E<t :.: 1101% 101% 101% —Ji
887000 do R«f i- Kit 4s j 72% 70% 71'»! —
4000! Wab P T Ist Otfs 4' : 88% 3ft\ + %
5000 do 2<j ctfs . . rui &v; I r.%|4- ■*•
inOOO West Mil 4. ! 84s! (541; 84%! —
27000 iw-rtijiuli - 1' 6s. W% 89 : 80 |
WKK) \\>«t Bta <■ Ues. 100 j^»3i o{t%|+ %
SOOO W«*E Ist Con ■)► SI SI I 81 | — 1
21000 ! 'Wia Cent Gen is' 91 ! PO% | 90 I— %
8000 1 W VV & RE.. 93% Ki\l\ 05% | — 1
;7, 025.000 Total sales for th* week. •sai'r.
GOVERNMENT BONDS.
Government bond quotations compare an
follows with those of a week ago: •
May 14 - May 21.-
asked. Bid, Asked.
U. K. 2e. r<E\, 1&U0 lOO^i 101' i 100* loi »4» 4
U. S. at, coup., 1&S0 .. ioo l * — 100** —
U. S. St. rep 1018 . . 102^ 103 -102 103
U. a Si-, coup. V.U5.... 102 Ui;-;>% 108 10a
U. S. 4s. }*C-. If*£i lll a i 115 114~i 115
C S. 4*, ooup .. iw.% — 114H nr.u 1144 ii.v;
Fanaraa 2i rig.. 1&36 .",';; MO** 101 100* i 101
Panama, Us, teg.. li*iii. . i> •'■■-, i«'>i I<V>*» 101
.... pise it, J331.......1Q0>j — \ l'X'l* —
RAILROAD AND OTHER STOCKS. > ;
Following Is the. usual, table giving; tho number, ■■ shares of jail stocks i dealt In
last week, together with the highest. : lowest and . tlnal prices. of 'the week, •• final
prices of* a week ago and the closing prices of ; May 22,: 1900, the net changes el th<s
week, and the high and low prices in the year 1310, with Uui high ami low prices -in
the year 1909: ' ?« :^»V^ ."- "r-'S-f'ii ''
No. | . I May lAct't sales May 21.1 May | | Range 1910-1 Rang* 1009
shares | ' -. • f 27. iHigh-jLow-i 1910.1 14. , i .-Net 1 |Hipti-| Lc«-|H!gii-! Lo>v
sold. | | IW9.| est. ( eat. | Final. | lbio. ) Changs. | est. | cut. i est. I «st.
~ 600{AHis-CluUn>ers I 10%) 9%l '•*» ?>| 9%i --%T 15 I »>4I " " -£**
Si.7so]Amalgamated Copper 84%f 72% 69% 72% 71 ** "+" % { IH> 63% •*'»' £>
«00|Araer Agr Chemical 39% 47% "*« ; 46 . 47>» —1% i 4l> 40% ■•»» J ' £|p
1. -TO. Ar.ier Beet Sugar.... j .3*| tt 36% ,37% 37 47% 31% l ■*■'" 2V-*
10.1 do pref 10. ........ 93% 1 KS% KSU ] S** 1 ,. 93 .*& -\ HO I »* v -
M2r.jAi.ienc.an Can....... "134 1" »*»' <10 I _?% 4-4 13%| 8% 15% '.
1.700 go preferred 88 71% TJ> ,74% 73% ■+■ % £14 71 gL.f-K?
&.sflO,Ain car & Foundry. 60 6% 60% OP*, 61% -,- *, 755» 65% 76% 44%
SOW do preferred . 11% 115 I 115 115 114;, + »» 120 ] 113 124* ' •/»
1.000 iAm Cot Oil c d 24»"o 66 i 64 «2% 63% 67 — 69% 57 70% 4-U
150 do preferred....?., 10» | It*. | 10tt* 106 104 4-2 10» 101 10. Ul 98
100 Am Hid* & Leather 7% 6 | 6 • . 6'i — i; B%' .s?* IV I •»
Si* do preferred 41% 35 I 33% 35 83% +14 47% 294 5141 ••
«00 Amer Ice Securities. 39% 25% ?•% 26% 35% + %' 20% 20; 42! ?*» T *
300 American Unseed... It. 14% 14 14 14 . 17% 12% , £ 1
3.ooO|Amer Locomotive. . 57% 41>%| 47% 49% 4M «2% . 4->% ( «?% ■«•»
340 do preferred.. , 115 110 IOSs, 11« . 110 115 1084 jIS
2«2 Amer Malt pref 64 36 35% 36 35% 4- «S4 48 '£&& 59 , •»
36.805 Amer Smelting 93% 81% 78% 81% 80}* 4- 1% 104 72% 1O.»% <•%
<-•■'! do preferred..,. 109* . 105 104% Mf. 104% + '.* 11'- 102% 116% 101
300 do preferred 8... — I 87% 87'» — 86% '
1 do ex dlv 1H c S8 86'^ 86H, *«Vi — + t'4 ' SO 7*7 * S^i £r 8f"
100 iAm Snuff pref...... 104^, Ste'/a ««a «S^a 100 — IMi 100 95»t 100 9o
1.250 Am Steel Foundry... 3»' c '66 •«* 66 s&^ + £ . t*> 54 «»»**,•
«H. American Sugar..... 132% 124 | 123 - 124 . 120W -r % 127*- U«& 13b9» "5?»
2M do preferred : 12t^* 12314 122 122 122 124 . 119 131 118
4.520 Amer Tel & Tel... 13&U 137 V» l-« 136Tii 13«% 143% 133* 145^ 125
1.000 Amer Tobacco pref .. 101 96 I»SH f's^4 96 — V, 00»i 81 10* Wi
- 1.060 Amer Woolen I 36i» S6 35 :55'i 35% —'4 8»^ SI 4« "^ J^,,
1.025] do preferred 105 100% M% 100% lOf» ( + % I'M »7l« 10. &■}**
4.600 Anaconda 61 ii 45^ «8 44Vs 45t; — % M 3|* ; *>4i» •.<*♦
100 Ann Arbor pref — 70 70 7(> I 70> — i 3i 3 721, 48', -_■ —
28.020 Atchison 109 lll'i 10ST4 1" 110 | +I', 124' JOBJi 125% '97%
1.100 do preferred I©*'.* 101", IW', 101« 101% — % KM* 101',, iot,% 100 .
860 AU Coast Line 12*'* 124% 123%* - 124? i 13% +1 137'- 120 . 1« ; »«^
14.000 Baltimore & Ohio-.- 114% 1"% 110?, 114> S HO", + 3?i 110 JW 122? 4 10..!«
25 do preferred fi3'-3 »o 9<' fK> 91 .. »4 90 1>» »I_,
300 BatopTlas Mining Sfc 2% . 9% 2?i 2% 3"i 2% s«s -»
49,245 I Bklyn Rapid Transit 7&', 82% SO^i 82', W>"» 4- Hi 82% «S«, ?2:» 6.
000 Bklyn Union Gas... 138*4 149^1 147^ 149% 146>i +2% 164' 3 133 I*4 118
2»0 Brunswick 16U 11 11- H 12 —1 IS 1 * 11 21^ »
210 Butterick ex div V* 34 30% WH SO'j 3OH + S S3 ?o>4 JL ,"- "
86,920 Canadian Pacific... 180*4 . 108 102 is 19WV1. 195 + II 1 * 198 176^ 189?» 1N»
100 do subscriptions... — 190% 190'^ 190H 100 . 4 H 13^ 174 — . —
7.372 Central Leather..:.. 30 42% 41"* 42 ! , 41% + % 48*4 Ss'4 r»l? A -£'?
600 do preferred. 103 107 T » 107% 1074 107'>3 109 V» I 105>i 111 , «£*
37.550 Chesapeake & Ohio. 78 BSU «5% *7% 87% + M 02 77«, JU J * oo*»
600 Chicago & Alton 7114 46 45 46 45% +3% " 66% 44 74% 67'%
2.000 Chic Great Western — 284 2714 2S'i 27 4- I* 06% 2»> 37?4 31 Ji
2.t>00 do preferred — 53% 5C«i KITb 50% + 3«i 64>-» 41>Vi «4% 5.?^»
24,100 Chic Mil &St P.... 161 Vi 140% 137% 1404 135% 4- I * 155% '134% 16.V,, 141
1.200 do preferred — 15514 loo 1 ?* 1584 156% +1% 172' i 155*4 IS7 15SJ,
2,600 Chic & Northwesfn 1821J 154 150^, 153% lf.2^ +I' 4 182i4 146',, lfiSifc 1.3 V.
100 do preferred....;.. — 204% 304% 2043* 205 — % 225 204% 228 208
100 Chic Union Traction 6% 3% 3& *% 4 — '/a 5^ 3'/, • J*
100 CCC& St L 73 85 85. 85 84 4-1 »2% 77 S3 1 .* 68
100 do preferred — 103% 103'^ 103^ 100% +2% | 104 100*4 105 l<>o
3.225 Col Fuel & Iron 41 hi 38% :f7% 38% 38% + % BO 32 1 , . .3 2»
1.150 Col & Southern.. '._ 65 60% 59'/i «o^i 6<Ha «5% 54' 6S'i 61 •»
20 do Ist preferred... 83"i 76Vb 76Vi 76',, 76 83 75 86 «6%
540 do 2d preferred... 81 . 764 76 75 75 81 75 84Vi -ft
5<X) Col & Hock C & 1.. 63' 7>» 7% 7% 8-4 —14 1)2% .7 914 -1?»
6.8«5 Consolidated Gas...-. — 139i M 1384 — « 1384 ■ «..",..„,
, — l. do ex dlv 1 p c... 145% 142% 13ft'i 142 — 4- 4«4 I**% 1304 16..% 11-»4
2.230 Corn Products Ref.- 23% 16% 16*4 16 T i 15% 4-1 23% 14% 2»>4 1»> 1
1.233 do preferred 88 78% 77>* 75% 77 4- 1% I 8«H 74 034 73U
1.150 Comstock Tunnel 29 .30 .29 -29 .30 — .01 .30 .26 .37 .21
218 Delaware & Hudson 196 1724 172 1724 171% 4- % 385 107 2<«> 167»i
8,050 j Denver & Rio G.... 49% 42 404 41% 41% 82 3« 54 3.*/»
900 do preferred 674 80% 79% 80% 79% 4-1 84 764 fo 784
900 Distilling Securities. 404 81% 30& 31 31% — % 3*5% 27 41% S2b
615 Duluth SS & Atl.. 17% 15 , 15 15 ,15% — "i, 15% 14 -1, M%
325 do preferred. 31 30 29% • 29% 304 — % 34% 23 4 3R4 2S
4.900 Erie 34 29% 27% 20 29 34% 25' i ."9 ; '2' ?
• 1.650 do Ist preferred 50% 47% 46 47 46«g ,4- *4 52% 40% 56% 864
. 600 dp 2d preferred... 41 374 354 37% 361* 4- % 42 32% 46 284
200 Federal M& S pref 9074 70 69% 70 67 4- 3 88 69 94 80
1.4501 General Electric 1604 151 149% 1504 149% 4- % 160% 145% 172% 1504
15,450 Great Northern pref 146% 137% 134% 136% 135% + % 143% 130% 157% 136%
1.410 do Ore certificates. 73 64% 62*4 63% 63Vj .+ U 304 61 884 654
700 Havana Electric Ry. M 96 95% 96 96 974 88% 103 39
1.100 Illinois Central 147 136 135 136 135 4-1 147 132 1621* 1-.
150 Ingersoll Rand — 105 105 105 70 4-35 105 105 — — ,
7.600 Interbor-Metro 16% 21% 20 21% 21 4- 'i, 254 18 25 11%
10,605 do preferred 44% 66% 64 5«% 064 4- £ i 62% 454 63% 36%
25.020 Internafl Harvester. 83 ' S>OVi 96 99 95% —34 125% 53% ,118% 62
35Q do preferred. 120% 121 1204 121 120% 4- >4 129 120 128 109' i
500 International Paper. 134 124 11% 124 12 ■+4 16 104 19 l »> 2
1.750 do preferred 694 62% 49' 4 524 fit +1% 61' 47% 60% 47%
2.200 let Steam Pump.... 40% 494 484 4fH| 48% + % 54» 42 54% 334
400 do preferred • 87% 86% 85 So 85 90-% 824 91% 824
1.550 lowa Central 32% 214 20% 21% 20% 4- »i SO f 18% 36 26%.
2.300 do preferred 59' i 40% 39U 40% 39ii 4- 114 544 37 62 40
1,050 Kan City Southern.. 47 ! 354 84 354 344 4- I 44% 31 50% 37
300 do preferred 73% 68 66% fA 67 4-1 71 63% 75% 67 7 «
SOiKlnies Co BL.& P. — 125 125 125 — — — — —
268|I acka^vanna Steel.. — 45 44 45 — 45 44 — —
10.300 Lacleda Gas — 104% 103 104% 102% +1% 1164 97 113% 104
100 ' Lake Erie & W 25 | 17 17 17 17 .— — 25% 15 . 29% 19%
.100 do preferred 61 ■ 52 52 62 51 + I 62% 61 64 •» 48
100 Long Island *. 69 68 6rt 6rt 65 4-1 7014 62 71' 4 59
2,325 Louisville & Nash.. 139% 1484 14« 148 147 4-1. 159% 141% 162% 121
• 100 Mackay Companies.. 79 89 89 ™ 90 —1 91% 85 95% 7rt
1001 do preferred...."... 73% 76 76 76 76»i — % 7SU 75% 77% 694
100 Manhattan Elevated 147 135 135 135 136 — 1 | 139 i 132 153% 137
400 Marine S 0% 5% s?s 5% - % ', 7% 5 9 !
200 do preferred 24% 19H 19 19 I 19 24% I 1«4 "~ r - -"'
100 Minn &St Louis 57% 344 344 344 ! 35% —1% 53% 32 65 i B
2,280 Minn St P&S SM. 137 141% 139% 141 140% 4- '4 145 130% 149% 152%
100 do preferred 149 150 150 150 j 147 4- S 155% 145 1644 147
100 do Teased Lines... — 88% 88% S«% 88 4- % 92% 864 94 M»
P. 200 Mo Kan & Tex 424 4:5% 41U 43 42% 4- % 51% 3S BOU 35%
5>,345 Missouri Pacific 744 72 69% 72 70 4-2 7.T | 6T>!i 774 65
100 Nat Biscuit 106% 105% 105U 105% 105 4- i; 115 101 120 i• JW
100 do pref ex div 1%% 12T. 123 123 123 122U 4- 2% 125 j 121 130 j IIS
1,900 National Lead _ 88 79% 77% 79% 78% — % S9%[ 72% 94 ! 71<4
200 do preferred 105% 109 109 109 10?% 4. 1 % HO% 1O«% 113% 102? 4
600 Nat Rv 3 of Mcx pf. 53% 67% 65% 67% 67 4- % 67% 60 .64 38
8.650 do 24 preferred... 26?^ 294 29 29% 293, _ 1, 20% 24% 26% 21
R. 994 Nevada Con C0p.... — 21% 20% 214 20% 4- % I 21% 20 — —
15 040 New York Central.. 131 122% 1 120 121% 121% 4- ' U I 128 114%' 147% 12<
300 V Chlc&St L... 54. 60% 1 604 60% 60 — % ! _ 654 • '- '4( 69 45%
290 V H& H 171 154% 152% J 162% 153% —1% 162 14» 174% 154
17.150 N T Ont & Western 49U 47%! 44 I 47 4*U 4- 2% 50 41% 55% 42' i
7,50f» Norfolk & Western.. 91 104% l°-=i ! 1O4T»! 102%! — 2'i 108% 9.". io-j «4'
410 North American 82% 74 72% | 74 73% 4- % 84 704 87'-^ 72
12,330 Northern Pacific... 1474 183% 131 13\ 1314 4- 1% 145%. 12« 159% 13T.U
1 100 I Pacific Mall 29% 27% 264 27% 27% f 434 24 48% 29%
67 020 Pennsylvania R R. . -135% 195% 134% 135% 134% 4- «i 1384 1291* 151% 12*4,
500 Peoria & Eastern... 2T. 22 20 22 20 — 2 28 18% 28 23%
— 2.650 Feoplo-B Gas & Cok« IIS 10034 107% . lOSTi . 108!* "1 % 116% 105% 120 I 101 4
1 160 !P! P CC& St L 92 101 V* 100% 10XU I<>l I 4- '* 1O4», I" | - Dtr^ *«4
1,000 Pittsburg: Coal 11% 20% 19 20% I»T4 - % 27% 174 29% 10
' 200 do preferred....... 47% 71 71 71 70 4- 1 S5 6«% R7% 4O
1,100 Pressed Steel Car.. 42 40 38% 38% 40 —114 | 61% 35%. M SO%
500 do preferred 10;: 99 . 98 99 I 99 — 107% 97% 111% M
1240 Pullman Palace Car. 10l?i 162 t«4 01 4' 161% — % 20f» 56% 200 169
2iX) Pere Marquetto — . 30 ;.:;0. 30 35 — 35 30 .1 . — ■— -'
100 Philadelphia C 0...... — 97 97 - 97 98 —1 106% 97 10S% • 994
-.00! Quicksilver .7 *4 •".% 3% 3% «•, -2% 9?, 1%
100 ido preferred ;-* 5% 57»5 7 » ."i 5 4- % .-t, r.i s , 10 j ..
6t*» Rv Steel Spring 43 40 38%. 40 j 40 . 51-,: 35 044 ■ 32%
400 do preferred.. 106 103 102% 102% 10t5 —4 ! 107 IOO14! 109 I 97%
410 4(10 1 Reading 157% 166% 161% 166% 161%! 4- 4% J 172% 153% 173% US
'200 do Ist preferred... — \ 90% 904 904 91 — % 98% 90% 96 8D
4 520 do 21 preferred... 102% f 103% 101 103% 101 4-2% 110% 98 117% 90
525 Republic Iron & S.. 28% 34% 33V 4 344 34 : -4- % 4r,'i 32 49% M
1.230 do preferred 91 9S 97% 97% 97% 4- '4 104' i 9«% 111% 67
82 000! Rock Island 324! 46 4.".% 45% 45% 4- '4 574 .".8% 8] 20%
1500 do preferred 70% 90SI 90% 9f>4 M — % 5.2% 81 94% 67%
175 St Joseph &<J I — 64 54 54 I 55 —1 55- I 60 «94 49%
1110 St L& 3 F Ist pref. — 67% 67%. 67% 65 4-24 73 64% 74 65%
;.OSO do 2d preferred... 46 41. 474 48% 49 I — % 60 44 6f«* M .
2 90OSt 1. S'westfra 27% 32% 31 3SJ4 31% + «-, 34% 24% 35% 2*
2.115 do preferred....^.. 6.",% 754 73 75% 75 + % 77% 69% 82% 47%
550 Sloss-Sheff Steel & I 8." 75 74% 75 74 4- I 864 71 94% 68
61.9801 Southern Pacific... 1123% 125% 125% 127% 126* 4-1% 13S'4 117% 18»% 114%
3.100 Southern Railway... 32 27% 25% 2,'* 27 f4- % 33% 24 34 22
1 400 do preferred 70% 63% 62% 63% 624 4- % 75 .',O 75% 60
700lTennesse Copper.... 42% 25% 27V» 2814 23% 40% 25 49 33%
800 Texas & Pacific 34% 32% 32V4 32% 32% — % 36% 2»4i 40% art
100 Third Avenue RR. 29 7% 7% 7% 6% 4- % 19% 6 424 12%
100 Toledo Rys & Light. 11% 9 9 9 9% — ■% 15% 0 1.,% 7
1 300 Toledo It L West.. f>2% 38% 38% 38% 38% — % 54% 37% 54% 43
2 000 do preferred 69% 61% 63% 64% 64% — % 72% 62% 74% 64»
5.55 Union Pac & P pref. 1 774 62 58% 62 58% 4- 5% 7" f.54 81% 6«;
16R9K1 unon Pa?lnc... .... 189% 186 181% 185% 152% 4-3% 204% 175% 219 172%
1610 do preferred ' 97% 95 94% 95 95 ! 103% 93% 118% 94
100 United Dry Goods... - 108 106 106 108 < 122 / 1044 125% 115
400 United R5 ; 9 Invest. . 36% 34 33%. 33% 34 \ — 4 42% 33 47 30
100 USCI Pipe & Fdv 33% 22 {22 22 22 32 20% 35% 24%
57- do preferred. ....". 78 I 74% 72% 72,4 75 —2% S4 I 69% ' 874 7o
"00 US Express .... — 104 I<H !104 10T. — 1 143 Wit 110 82
I.TmlrS Realty & imp..; 83% 77 73% 77 73 4-4 84% 72 87 flo
100 r<* Reduc & Re(. .. — 5% 6% 5' 2 | 5% — 1; 11 5 17% 10
ISOO US Rubber*. ..... 89% 45% 42% 42% 45% —24 62% 35 57% 27
900 do Ist preferred... 110% 1134 "2% .IB 113% — 4 116% 10S- 123% OS
700 do 2d preferred... 78% SO 1 75% 79 j SO — 84 75% BBj% ♦''
«7', 3"5 United States Steel. 80% ST. S2 844 83%! 4-14 : 91 7.'. 94% 41%
400 do preferred 120 118% 17%. 118% 118% 4- »i 12.V* 115% 131 I 107
■11 'ISO ruh Copper. 53 47% 45$ 47% 46% 4- % ' «*4 401* «7% 39V1
28 lOf Va-Caro Chemical... 51 61% 58% 61% 69% 4- % 61% 47 56% 4"
%o! do preferred ::::::: 119 120 126 IC6 123% =^ 128% 121 128 IIS
17600 do erred ...... 61 4814 1 45% 474 47%! 4- 3 61 I 89% 61% 41
lAS WeVrn Maryland..] 22% 49 147 | 4Si, 45% +2% 64* 42% 56 3%.
\oo do preferred — 70% .0 70% 6»;fc 4- *, 70V.. fI.S% — —
750 Westero Union Tel.. 76% . «SM, 68 U 68% 6? J 4-% 75% 0,7 | 85% «4
1.J50 Westinghouse Mfg.. sT W , .64% 6.._ 8* 4-1 83% 6^ 90 74
*mo Wheelins &LE-... 1U -4% 4% « 4 ;s -— - 10 .! 12 ;? 5
200 do Ist preferred... 24;£ 11% 11% 11% 11 4- % 2.. S% 23% 10%
ano do 2d preferred ... 13 _o% .5 i >5% 5% —% ! 13« !JU 18% 6%
I.7oolWisconsln Central...) 59 o5 5o M%l 53 1 4- 1& | st> 45%T fi.»% 3ft
I 488,410 Total Bales for the week, compared -^ith 2.988.63.-. shares for .last week.
RAILROAD EARNINGS.
The Tribune has printed the. gross earn
ings of thlrty-ecven railroads or systems
for the Veek in May. Of these, thirty
four return gains of $1715.984. °rl7 * per
cent and three return losses of $3d.557. or
8.5 per cent. The whole shows a _ gain of
$1,690,077. or 16.6 per cent. The Tribune has
also printed the gross earnings of twenty
cight railroads or systems for the second
week in May. of which twenty-four return
gain* of »70T9.70t. or 14 per cent, and four
return losses of 536.093. or 6.4 per cent- The
whole sho^s a gain of ».003»60&. . or 13.7 per
cent.
let t>-e»k In May- 1910. I°O3 differences. P.O.
MlcorapanieS.sll,s7l'l23M I co ra panie S .sll,s7l'l23 $9,R55.1«i $1,715,334 17.4
3 companies. . 275.500 304.1a< «25,557 8-5
T! ST c05.511.54P.423 10.159.346 $1,600,077 16.6
T*l 28 <-r,» $9,156,703 $5,145,094 51.043,609 13.7
' ALABAMA .GREAT SOUTHERN.
t»io! 1909 1308 ■
n/K -nr^fk In May $S2 R fH $64;30!> 551,531
July 1-rllay 11.. 3,«M.«H 3.099.757 3. 123.175
CINCINNATI. NEW ORLEANS & TEXAS PAC.
•»d week In May $lfiS.o2J> ; $14?.»4« - 5132.152
July 1 May 14. 7.8W.M)6 . 6.778,247 6.9.0700
MOBH.TJ & OHIO-
u'week In May $C0i.'617 $1«:27R WO.IM
July 1 May 14. 9,170,144 8.557.13^ 5,553,2.3
RIO GRANDE SOUTHERN.
2.1 we«k In. May $W.3lf» SSU7f» \ !i2'f?S
July 1 -May 14. 461,10?. M.VB7H 326,846
PITTSBTjRG. CINCINNATI. CHICAGO & ST.
LOUIS.
Groß^earnlngS! ?2.»502.25ft *2.22a.65« «i >••»..■»!»
Kxp. and taxes. 2.150,685. 1.851.116 1.503,232
Net -earnlhgß. $451,004 $375,540 $385,f««
r,r*s " )laAsng« 05T1.18e.n2.-,O $T1.18e.n2.-, l«^«.>« •»«*.»
Kip. and taxes. 8.770,32.1 7.0u0,155 11.18.1.U33
Net earnings. T2.41T.040 $1.775. !•:•:; $1,800,245
VIRGINIA & SOUTHWESTERN.
Month of April— 1910.' SHfL. Increase.
Gross earning*. ?t»9.05« ?7a.S(» $20,lSi>
Hxpcnscß ■*.••• 72,-j'jj G3 f *-oS :t "..7
Net earning. WktU 59,031 $17,132
Gries y larn lng« ! > $1,017,030 $931,153 $JH,7r>7
Expc-n*.-» ... ! 702.567 652,037 39.930
Net aaminjn. fftlS.o63 ?325.1M *$t3.153
KANSAS CITY, MEXICO A ORIENT. I
\Zd W»* la lift*, |Ss.O>i _ 2».«X> |5,5C0
TRUST AND SURETY COMPANIES..
ißeported by Clinton Gilbert. No. 2 Wall street >
Bid. Asked. . Bid. Asked.
Alliance Ry 115 120 Law TI & T 255 290
lAm Surety. 225 230 Lincoln 140 14.'.
Astor — 370 L Isl L. &T. 305 315
Bankers* ... 600 : 710 Manhattan .. 390 410
B& M G.. 240 25« Mercantile .. 740 ' —
Broadway .. 145 150 Metropolitan. — 635
Brooklyn ■-. 425 — Mtge 80nd... 113 117
Carnegie ... — 130 | Mutual 130 —
Cas Co of A 125 140 JMut Alliance — 132%
Central 1015 1035 Nassau 175 1&5
City invest. «9 72 (Nat Surety.. 280 —
do pref... 105 115 IN YL. T.llOO 1120
Citizens' ... 140 — NT M& S. 203 208
Columbia . . 200 300 !N V Trust . . 645 <?55
Com'wealth. 150 — People's . ... 255 300
Commercial. 120 127' iQu Co Mts.- 110 —
Empire Tr.. 300 310 Qn««ns C 0... 115 — -.-
Equitabl- .. 490 COO | Realty Asso. IIS 122
FL. & T...1750 1775 | Standard .... 400 410 •
Flatbush .. . 200 220 Savoy 75 95
Franklin . 220 230 Title G& T. 400 610
Fulton . .290 — Tlof NT V. . 145 150
Fidelity .. . 200 210 Tf Co of Am 345 655
•Guaranty . SSO 875 Union 1350 1375
Guardian .. 175 ISS Un States... 1225 1250 '
Hamilton 270 280 US Casualty 215 _
Home Trust 112} i — V S M iT. 475 485
Hud Realty 110 — *.U STG & I 110 120
Hudson . 175 185 Van Norden. 225 235
Int Bkg Cor 100 110 Washington.. 375 —
Kings C 0... 505 — . Westchester. . 150 —
Knickerboclt 320 330 W-*BT*MI«O 170
Law Mtg... 250 257 Windsor ....MB 130
•New.
'■ BANK STOCKS.
(Reported by Clinton Gilbert. No. 2 Wall street )
Bid. Asked. . Bid. Asked.
America ... «2» Irvln» V X .. 20.1 210
Am Exch... 233 242^ JefTerson «.« — 178
Audubon N. 100 106 Liberty ...'.. «25 " —
-^Etna Nat 17* ISO Lincoln 400 425
Bronx Bor.. So<» — Manhat Co.. 325 840
Bronx Nat. 100 205 Mkt & Ful.. 286 260 •
Battery Pk. 120 ISO Metropolis .. 390 ■ 400
Bowery . . 375 - Mecb * M N 265 270
IXitch &D. 140 145 Mercantile .. 15.% I*so
Brjant Pk. 155 l«0 Metropolitan. 200 —
Coal &I N. ISO i«R Merchants' . 175 179
Century ... 170 175 Merchants' E iao 170
Chase ..... 430 4«. Mount Morris 260 —
Chatham .-.. 325 355 Mutual 285 21W
Chemical .. 44.'. 435 Nassau .... 210
CU Cent N.. l«0 !«2>>4|N»t lteeerv«. 105 113
Ctty. ....'... 502«4 o9Y',-l}le w Net h' l'd 210 230
Chelsea fix. 200 — Ix V X nA. «2» 325
Coinmerc« . 210 — NY County. 800 —
Colonial ... 350 — ion, Ward... — 375
Columbia . . 833 340 Night * Day 225 — .
Corn' Kxch.. 5122 32« Nor Nat — 105
East River. 115 125 pacific ..... 23* 240
FlJ.|lt> ... 1«T. 175 park 436 450
First Nat... ixxt 025 People's .... 270 290
Fifth Nat... :«n> .'i&O Phenis : 200 210
Fifth Aye... 4200 4500 P|a a . 625 —
Fourth Nat. 105 2>h> • Produce- Vx. 170 180
14th Street. 150 165 Sherman ...ISS —
Gallatln ... "2» MS Seaboard ... 880 -
Garlleld ... 2&O -300 Second ...... 400 _
Ggrinan-Am 140 I.V) etate .. 275 290
German' Ex. 4Vi — 12th Ward... — 140
German!* .. CSO 565 2M Ward , • 140 —
•3otham Nat 150 — Union Exch. ISO 190
Greenwich.. 23% 0H.% |Wa»h Hts... 2T5 —
Hanover ... WO >W> I Watt Fide. . . 650 —
Inu i It.. CSO 675 lYorkvUlt ...CM — .
Eiecntor J , rtA^ Tru3tp«!
The Farmers' Loan and Trust Company,
V V Nos. 16, 18, 20 '& 22 William Street
Branch Office, 475.Fifth Avenue,
New York,
WTOO^ 18 R^^St Wfcbis. ■ PARIS ' 4l Biralrai ******* j
Travelers' Letters of Credit. Foreign Exciiange.
Administrator G-nar-iiaa
TO ENJOINJK._& W. SALE
Minority Stockholders Ask Ohio
Court to Intervene.
Columbus. Ohio. May ~J. -Davxi H ('■"'■'■''!
and John F. Stanton. minority ?tockhol<l <:< ''-<
of the Kanawha & Michigan Railwa
pany. yesterdaj- filed a petition i:; th«* < om
mon Pleas Court against the Chesapeake &-
Ohio, the Lake. Shore & Michigan S«'i>h«rn.
tha Hocking Valley Railway Company an«l
trie Kanawha & Michigan, asking that the
sale of the stock of the Kanawha & Michi
gan to the other road 3be enjoined.
Wade H. Ellis, one of the attorneys for
tho complaining stockholders, issued ■
statement last night in reply to criticisms
from the railways. He recttes a decision of
the Franklin County Circuit Court declaring
the Hocking Valley, the Kanawha & Michi
gan and the Toledo & Ohio Central to be_
a trust and ordering it to divest itself of
the ownership of these roads, and also of
coal properties. He says that at that time
a trunk line syndicate of five roads, em
bracing the Baltimore & Ohio, the Lake
Shore, the Pennsylvania, the Chesapeake.
& Ohio and the Erie, controlled the Hock
ing. He adds:
'The one objbection that \a made is to the
Joint ownership of Ohio railroads which the
courts of this state have oaleMai ar« paral
lel and competing, and cannot be owned by
one interest.
"David H. Gould and John S. Stanton. of
Npw York, own an amount of stock many
times as great as that of the directors of
the Hocking Valley company combined.
They are seeking to prevent th« continua
tion under another form of the combination
which has been condemned by the courts
of this state. It is their duty to protest in
every honorable way against the consum
mation of this Illegal scheme."
PRINT CLOTH MARKET.
[By Telegraph to The Tribune 1
Fall River, Mass., May 22.— There was
steady but moderate trading 1 in the print
cloth market last- week, and the total sales
are estimated at 190,000 piece?. The demand
■was very good for certain styles, but the
mills were reluctant sellers and consequently
the. amount of trading was restricted. Buy
ers filled their wants In small lots and were
satisfied to purchase to the extent of their
actual needs. Converters bought liberally
of the goods mostly wanted by them, and
took fair quantities of wide and medium
wido goods, and in some instances paid a
sixteenth of a cent more than they did two
weeks ago. While the total for last week
may seem large, it is far below the amount
of trading in normal times. The* market is
still in a. depressed state, but notwithstand
ing this there is some ineaiure of improve
ment in the. business that has been accom
plished. Printers are little interested in
the market, and purchase only to fill In
their needs. It is generally believed by the
trails that, prices h»v« reached their lowest
and that the trend is upward, this being ap
parent by the- fact that wide goods have
advanced an eighth of a cent within • two j
weeks, and certain styles of narrow goods |
have increased in price- to some extent.
Contracts havo been entered into calling
for- deliveries up to September. Manufact
urers are doing their beet to prevent an ac
cumulation of goods, for any piling up of
goods would mean a distinct loss to the
mills if these goods were to be sold at a.
low figure. The mills are considering a
plan to close Memorial Day week. The
quotations are as follows: For 18-inch.
64x645, 4 cents, nominal; 2S-inch. &lx6os.
3 7-16 cents: 27-inch, Wx6os, 3 5-15 cents;
28^-inch. 64x&is, 66 l 4l 4 cents; 39-inch, 6Sx72s. ;
594 cents. '--■• -:-■.
GUARANTEED STOCKS.
(Furnished by Edward B. Smith ft Co.. >To. 27'
Pine street. New York.)
Bid. ABked. Bid.Asked.
Alb & SUS...2SO ao»> M Coal R pf.. 102 108
Alb & Vt... 70- 77 I Man & Law..250 —
Allegh & W.I3S I+S i Manhattan ...133 135
Am T&C. 71 74 | Massaw Vy...12S 140
At &C A L.190 200 MII& SH. .122 128
Aug & bar. .in* 114 Mobile &Ppf «7 7S
AG&M M. So 75 M&O atk t eta SO BJ
Beech "Creek. #7 102 Mor C & Bak. «4 —
BS&FF... 15 22 do pref 170 l&i
Bost & A1b.. 220 228 Morris & Es..lsO 188
Boat & Low.22U 230 do extn 9» 101
Bost & Prov.2tH> SOO Nash & Dec. .184, 100
V & 7th Ay.122 138 Nash & L0w.215 —
Bklyn City.. 165 New Lcn N...200 220
C& B C 0... 154 NY & H c&p.300 325
Canada So. &*%. 6*% i NTB&M B pf.loß IIS
Cata Ist pf..112 120 IN IL & W..123 127
do 2d pf...H3 130 |N V Mut Tel.loo —
Cay & Pu5.. 220 230 Ninth Aye 14t> 100
C Croastown. 00 130 North Car 160 168
CPN&ER3O 60 North (N 11). .135 145
Chat & G....102 108 North Of J).. "*7 07
C-& E I Tcfs «O 60 North Penn-..10S 2uß
do ctfs pd.llo 120 Northw Te1...10S 115
C & 10th Sts. 75 •05 Wart &XV pf.2l<> L--"
CS & C pf..130 140 Old C010ny.... -jon
Clrfleld & M.130 — Osweso & 5..220 277
Clove & Pits.l7o 176 Pac &At T.. 6rt 73
do spl bet. 96 102 Pat & H R...180 290
Col 4 X 201 207 Pat & Ram ..ISS 20©
Cone & M...l*> 170 Pemlj: Valley. 128 140
Cons & P.... 1"0 — Pco & B Vy..lS<> 190
C& P R pf.132 143. Phila G & N.20-> —
Conn River. .2t!O 270 PB&LK...S3 37
CRy & L. . . 75 80 do pref 62 72
do pref 7S 82 PFt W & C.170 17«
CTCof J. 75 SO do special. . .162 173
Dayton &M. »> — P McX &Y. .123 130
I> &Bd 8rk.103 201 Prov & 'W0rc.260 27«
Det H & S.. 05 101 Rens & Sara.. 190 200
East Perm...130 140 R& G Vy....113 —
Eighth Av«..26<"> — Fom» & C 144 152
Elmlra & W.IOO 120 |R W&. C-5...120 125
do pref 142 152 Rut & Wh...142 150
Erie & Ka1.. 225 245 Para & Sch...l«> —
Erie & Pitts.l4s 155 Second Aye... 15 25
Fltchb'e pf..125 I.>» Sharon Ry 113 125
FW & J pf.131 140 Sixth Aye 10R ISO
42d St&GSF.22O 270 So &At Tel.. 97 97
Franklin T. . 35 45 Southw of G..10S 115
G RR&B C 0.250 260 St 1. B Ist pf.125 n.i
G & Stk T..108 116 do 2d pref.. 55 62
Gr Riv Vy..121 128 St I& So 8. . 95 —
Hart &CW. 40 45 do pr«f 1«> m
Hereford .... S5 02 T& G R A«..170 17"
111 C L I*---- »7 102 Tun of St L..125 155
II! & Miss T. 66 78 23d St 2tV> 250
Interocean T. 05 105 UN J RR&C.24« 251
Jack L. & S.. 84 80 Upper C 005.. .123 —
Joltet & Ch..1&3 175 U&8R1V...171 171
KA & G R..140 150 UC4S Vy..145 151
KCSL&Mptcs 75 78 C *■ B .73 M
KCSLAC pf..130 140 IVyof JC V....121 127
ISAM So^.S3s 370 JVt & Mass... ISO 170
L& M R pf.160 170- Warren .171 177
I. SNR&C.II2 120 W N.&R ltO 150
WEEKLY CURB TRANSACTIONS.
STOCKS.
INDUSTRIAL. :~'*1;
' «V ; » ,- w_ Hicb.. Low. Last. Chang*.
95 Am T0bacc0.. .440 431 431 — *
100 Am WPpf ... 24 24 *»4 ■ .
30 Cuban Tele?... 404 40^ 40*s -^ -
3.200 Int Rubber.... 23 21 »» ~>il -4- *i
12. 000 January 0H... 47 43 4* — 2o
15,100 Manhattan Tr. 2«i 1% -i* •4. t,
62 Standard Oil. .63.% . «.% R?7 +1
c<o United Clrar.. T6 71 . 73 ' ; 4- 5>4
R Ml • r»AP
.600 Chic Subway.. 2 ;i . ' 7Vt 2', +; ',
MINING.
85.000 El Rayo ......-• 41:' ..7 4t - \--tf
3.100 Brit Col Cop... «V «' «i! T' ,*
.„ 800 Butte Coalttlon M 2rt 2O'I «-, 't
12.000 chino riti {!\, r?> V >£
r».000 Cbbalt Cent... ft r 1 » ti-
S Savior.-.: i§ !'•: B i?:«
•"Eiy Ontril.... v, T
U "»Ely Cob «A «A . '
1,«25 l-irst Natlon«|. 4S 4<« 41. + ,4
-■■'.;iia Copper... «>, 2^ 22? *
IR.BOO OoldtleW ..V.V 8«; 4«i IP ~Z i*
2.800 Grtene-ran . .. »^ SZ *^ + li
.f.w.ssKfiriii, ~'i. % i-^
EOMD3.
$!3.ooor>M<!:FE» -M 3- v -.
Irving National
Exchange Bank
Strictly » Corann?rcM Baal
: Resourtft OTfr Thlrtr Million*.
NOTICE OP APPLiC-AT ON.
SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OP \7-
Tor*. .V««r Tnr> County. In the Matt— o> «
Application to sell certain r ->al prop»rtv d»ri»!i
In trust uiid-r th* Last win an d Testament <
James R. F^a.ng'lon, deceased. Notic> of Hofo;
Pleas* take- notic* that on th« petition of j£
b«rt Tuttie. as sole «ur- . "in tuiaisg ':'ider fi
Last Will and Testament of. James R. Lan'?&s!
deceased, a copy of vrhtch is h«»r»to annexed li
shall move this Court HX a Sp«cial Term', pirt
th<rpof, to lx» heW at the County Court Hoasi 1
• tha County of New York, on the 7th dar of Jtsa
: 1&10. at the opening of Court on that day c- j
soon thereafter as Counsel can b<» heard, 'tar a
order grantin? In to said trustee to n»lltli
part of th* trust estate held by him ur.d«c t\
Will of James R. Lan^don. deceased. *hf x a
known a s No. 137 Ma* Avenn*. ln*»t!
Borousrh of Manhattan. City of New York an
' that trie prayer of said petition -» irarii»i 411
for guch other and further relief 83 may be ta
and ssjsataMa ..-- * •/.--. £
Oate<i No-*- York. Ma: 1 .-••■ 1310.
Yours. *••..
HARRIS & TOW.YE. Aftornev3 for Prttttnw
Office and PostoffW addre??. 253 BroadWi
Borough of Manhattan. City of N«w York
To Lucy 1* Schroder, Lizzl* W. Lar zi<*
Albert Turtle, as guardian of said lAzzio v
Lan^don. a lunatic: James T wimslsii Srbrwas
Juliette D* Xeafvllle Schroeder, Lncv Schrr)".,};
Swlitnerton-Dyer, Leonard S-winnerton-Dy-
Henrietta Maria Stout. Charles Herr>:ar» Stem
Henry Schroeder. ilarr Art Jen Parrot Schroed*
Margaret Langdon Schroeder. an Infant nn<i«
fourteen years of age: Francis ]> Neafviii
Schroeder, an infant under fourteen years of art
Elizabeth Lucy Schroeder. an infant under fom
teen years of age; Leonard Schroeder sjvinturi"jj
Dyer, an Infant un<J»r fourteen years ' 'yf'mt
llerrell Lan§rdon Stout, an infant under foisted
years of age; Henry Schroeder. Jr.. as inf^
under. fourteen years of age: Mar- Ari?
Schroeder. an Infant under fourteen years of t|M
! United States Trust Co. of New York. „.„
Th* foregoing notice of motion is served 4091
you B'iriruant to an order of Hon. EdiraKl -B
Whitney. Justice of the Supreme Court of tl»
State of New York. bearinsr date, the 13th day 0
May. 1010. and Hied with the petition hew
on that day in the offlc* of the Clerk of «k
j County of New Tork.
HARRIS & TOWXE, Attorneys for Petftinwr
Office and Post Office Address. 3& BroadTrar,
Borough of Manhattan. City of New Tort,
»•»• York. .
'. To. Lucy Pchroeder Swlnnerton-Dy»r. Leaaari
i S-wtnnerton-Dyer. Leonard Schrreder Inlinisusi
I Dy«r. an Infant under fourteen --esrs of i»,
• Henrietta Maria Stout, Charles Herman Stoat.
ilerrell Lasgrdon Stout, an infant under th» sgq
of fourteen years: Lizzi* W. !>ang<Jor. Albert
Tuttle. as guardian of said Lizzie W. La;?lor.
a lunatic. ] ._.
ADVERTISEMENTS AND SUBSCRIPTIONSI
for The Tribune received at. t heir Upt«-»3j
Office. No. 13&4 Broadway, between 38th »vA
37th sts., until 9 o'clock p. m. AdT«rUs«»mVsJH
received at the following branch ofEces at"rii<
ul.ar office rates until S.o'clock p. m.. Tiz.u-33!
Sth aye.. a. c. cor. 23d St.; 133 6th w*S'tar.
12th St.; 104 East 14th st.: 257 West 42d St.,
between 7th and th ayes. : 2«53 West 123 th »t.:
1035 3d ay»; 162*5 3d are., near 61 «f st.: 1"&>
Ist aye.. near 8!»th St.; 1.-7 East 123 t- St.; TH
! Tremont aye.: «5O 3d aye.. and any American
j District Telegraph Office.
; MISCELLANEOUS SECURITIES.
. i (Furnished by Frmierir H. Hatch *. Co.. No. *
Br^ad street.)
STOCKS.
Dividend. mi. Ask* 1 !
1i Am Brake >& f Q-Jtar .1 S7 *
i Am Brake 9& F jf....Q-M 1 117 122
American. Bra Q-J I 120 ! ■
1 American Chicle... .....XToAEx 12 21 * .'22*
. American Chicle j* Q-.T 1 i"2 ins
Am Dist of N' J Q-J- . « ■«<» ■'«?*
Am Coal Producu Q—r ' >* A - »*1
: j American' Press — Q-J&Ex 4 ■ 96 '. 103 '
American Thread pf -T*.T I . 4** M
Am Typo Found deb MftlUßl « ,I^«> —
Am Type Found new M4X1939 « 39. 10*
Am Type Founders.. T&.T 4*4.»-.- 47
Am Typo ' Founders jrf.-Q-T ' 7 » **:
Babco.'k "4 Wllcox." Q-J 7 . 1«t 1«4
- Barney & Smith pf. ._. . — >'. ICrt
• Borden's Cond Milk . . . SF<tAEx — m 11«
Border's Cond Milk pf - -Q-M * I<V. 104
Bush Terminal — ■ — S» —
Central Flreorks — 5: 19
Central Fireworks pf... — Zi- ■ •'O
Conn Ry & Light Q-F 4 7* 75
Celluloid Q-J&Kx * £5 13"
Eldu Pit Nemours.. 7 13? IV>
!Elda Pda Nem . . . Q-.T ft S3 •«?
i Empire Steel & Iron — 7 W
I Empire Steel & Iron pf. — •> -** •
j Hall Signal common — *> - - #
, Herring -Hall-Marvin .. — *» '■'"£&
r International Nickel ... — l a > .\J3
; International Nickel pf.Q-F' <» 97 iIJWt
international Silver ■ - '•• . . '",—
International Silver pf..Q-J I 110 - OH
Klrby Lumber — »: ;»;
Klrby Lumber pf. — — ■ ■ 55
Kings Co El L. & P Q-M <« 117 VS.
Lackawanna St»ek. — — ¥* ' ■;♦»;
Nat Cash Register pi. .J*J 7 117 TO
Nlles-Bement-P G-5f « 100 109
NUes-Bement-P pf C-F « 8* 1«
Otis Elevator MO - M &
Otis Elevator pf Q-J « ?« 9 ~t
Old Dominion S 3 J*J * I«* H«
I Pacific Gas *El - — — 55 »;
Pacific Gas &El pf Q-J « « >-«* J
Phelps. T> &Co ■ — a* 23f>
Pope Manufacturing — ••■* «r.
Pop© Mfg pf -• 77 <•>
Producers* Oil Q-M 9 145 IX
Pratt & Whitney pf Q-F" « 100 IC>
Royal Bak Powder Q-M&Zx. 8 '90 —
Royal Bak Powder pf..Q-M « I' l * 10?.
Safety C H & L. Q-M&Ex i 12S ~VZ
Sen-Sen Chiclet — lj£ » 1 3
Standard Coupler — » ♦ " !
Standard Milling Co - — l«{ »
Standard Milling C\> p*. \&O S » *-Jw
Texas Company Q-" 1= » 2O
Texas & Pacific Coal Scrip ■ ■ ■■*
Trenton Potteries — ♦ _i*
Trenton Potteries pf .. — ** I?
Trenton Pot fads ctfs.-J&J *. •» 2
Trow Directory — 5 i.
Union Carbide ■ --9* V,
Union Ferry Q- 1 c ■ «
Union Typewriter ... - — ,*- „£
Union Typewriter Ist of *<*'» <* I*}* , 1J ;
Union Typewriter 2d pf. *»> 7 l-) 5 U;
United Bank Not-. Q->T ♦ 43 *•.
United Bank Note pf...Q->T " 53 • s.
IT S Finishing 9-J * fl>» )™.
V S Finishing pf Q-J ~ 1W J"
V S Finishing Ist i&.T 1319 » 1™ 2
U S Ffr.lshing cow» J*J 1K» 5 » *£
XT' 8 Motor com ,■ — %* ..£
U S Motor pf — l~ s
Virginian Railway ■ — 23 i
West Pacific — — £. 2
■West Power • — 2" r »*"
West Power pf. ... .... — ..- *T| "
•Ex rlshts. ' " i
SAN FRANCISCO MINING -rOC*»
- San Francisco. Ma 22.— Th* clZcl>L&£ ■
Ing " quotations for mining stocks y*? ls " I
day were as follows:
Ait» .12!Mexlcan •" l S I
Andes- 07!Occiiea?al Ccm...-,-t,
Belcher ... — SSlOphir ■■ -.••.— *i»
Bullion Overman jj
Challensa Con . . . 24!PotOi«l ■ ■ r " v '"s
Chollar • 14iSavas» ■*•» ,'«»
Con Cal ft Va MS»» Belcher - \,
Con Imperial . .. .05 1 Sierra Nevada-..— jf
Gould A Curry .. 19;Unicu CHn ""^jj '
Ha la & N'orcroaa.. .31 1 Utah Cor •*— ■• «
Julia ..- .131 Yellow Jacket...— -
Justice 10t • '** mti^~ '
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•f th»
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