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I Hollister,
! Fish & Co,
BANKERS
! -v f__» r -- v Stack. Eirissne"
I Inrestment Securities
j Interest Allowed on J>epcMlt«
j f€sssau and Pine Streets
1 ;v;«t~*»« J»ba 3P*O
J, Q. WRITE &GOiPMY.!nc,
Engineers & Contractors
investigation of Public Service
Properties, Steam Railroads,
Industrial Plants. Etc.
43-49 Eirhsnj' Tittc*. Xnr York.
Chirm** HI. San FrßUCiwo. Cal.
FREO'K F. MARQUANB
Montwr •» Coa«oliafcl*d Stock Ex. of N. T.
ML mm Broad. 59 Broad St., V Y.
STOCKS AND BONDS
FRACTIONAL LOTS
W. N. COLER & CO.
ESTABUSHED IS7O.
Investment Bankers
*? CKDAK ST.. KKTV tore city.
v»»r Tor* City Bonds. All Issue*.
Wm.A.Read&Co.
Bankers
25 Nassau St^ N. V.
f CSTQN CHiCAGO SALTTWORE
TV AM
100 Mohawk Valley Com.
60 Union Typewriter Ist Pfd.
Hallowell & Henry
X«L! Broad lo9;.. 52 Bearer St. >*. V. C.
r*tabli*h<-d ISM. T-Jrpb«nr 281" Rw-tor.
INSURANCE STOCKS
FIDELITY. PHOENIX. HOME,
NIAGARA. CONTINENTAL. Etc
BOUGHT AM) BOU*.
E. S. BAILEY.
f> * brouhi AY « >■ Y. C
f Warren W. Erwin & Co.
M€n:L.^r« Ccnsoiidaißd Stork Exchange of N. T.
• Investment Bankers, 'N. Y.
Investment Bzinkers,
26 Beaver Street. New York.
DIVIDEND NOTICES.
FERKOBiREILES H&CIDH&LES DE MEXICO |
fXat-nral Kai!«-ays "f Mexico^
T. r > BROAD BTREaET. NEW YORK.
rir»t rref-rr«-«i Stock Dividend No. 5-
A dividfTid Of Two I'<-r Cent. tTwo I»..>ilar?
«;rtirj <>r War a3«"xi'an Gold I't«cis per Snare),
betaj *« B*** c"iv!ti<»nd on the Tim ITeierred
Block cf This Company, has b**r. tieelared pay
f.i." .iunuK 10. 1910, to the holders of I.):v;d<r.tl ,
W rrrantE No. .*>. uunp-ied to ct-itincatcs repre
r«r*inj: KU'-h slock, uron rrwentation and sur
i-tioer of such "Warrants to the Company at Its
t r!*;?e iv. New Tors or Mexico.
Dividend "Warrants are parable at r>pnon of
boiden ay tbc rat* of Two Mexk-ar. Gold I'esos
v';).. T"il!ar. rith«r in th*' City of Mexico in
*i»x!-»n G<Md T»f>?os. or in the City of New
:„ United States 5<M. £ KASHFOUP .
AsEistani Secretary.
TiTT^r^ »10. _________
lIIK TIM TIM OBE 4 OHIO RAUJJOAO
COMTASY.
OfH<~r of :li*= Secretary".
Baltimore, aid.. July 14. ll'lO. '
■ .■-...■ of Directors this day d^clarea
*-rm the net earnings of the Company for the
t^x months <nd«-d June no. IJ>lO. a djvioend of
-■b-o ft Pp^ Cent. «n th«- Vreferred. Ptocte of
•h' I'oayiny pavabK- fu-prember 1. IMO. to
'he f=tocfc!ioi«>r* of rerord at the close of
' ujinese on A.ui:uiit 1. 3S>lO.
Th" Board also d*^lared from tho surplus
• B'-ninps of th-s Company a dividend of Thr«e
•;• rer Cent, on the Common Stock of the
»S*Tnp»ny payable September 1. 1»1«. to the
f:.,rl;holderE of record lit the close of business
»n Aus-urt 1 1910.
The traii^ier bookf vriU not t-losf.
<-. V.-. M'OOI.FORU. S<"T«ian-.
MONEY AND EXCHANGE.
MOXEY MARKET.— Money on call opened
et 22 s * per cent: highest, Z per cent: lov-esi,
I r ,» r pent: t-losins. SU r*=r cent: rulmp rate.
-!j ;v»r cerst. Timp money continued firm.
r.giie? for sixty-day loans were :; : r per cent.
ninety-day 4Wi' 4l^ P or tent, four moTittis
4j^4i. five months 1%& per cent and s:x
month? s-ify-i per cent. Mercantile paper
•^as aJmost at a because of the
sbpence of demand. Rates. S'&o^. per t-ent
for sixty to ninety days' indorsed bills re
r-oivabie and choice four to .Xix. X ix munihs'
Kindle r.ame^. S per cent for others.
EXCHANGE.— The foreign rx
<ha::jr<? mark*"., opened easier at a decline
ot about 10 points to a new low BOOT for
;;■.«> year. Qabies were quo'ed at 4 5..45&
* iC."4* demaivd sterilr.?: at 4.Ss l^'&'i-Si's'j and
Bhrty-day bills at 4.5530^t4.5340. Short francs
•" ere 5 1JS> less l-C2.tiT..:i«s and short reicns
nrn'k?" iw"lti-T6 less 1-32534 15-1«- Pales of
e'-mai^d sterling wer*» re;iorted to have been
made as low a* ISS3D. but ir. the afternoon
the market became steadier. CableF were
O'joted at US£iH.Sasa. demand sterlinr at
4 5530 bid and asked and sixty-day bills' at
* S34O§^.S3is. Shcirt francs were quoted at
H.'Wb and short reichsmarks at SI 15-16.
Bankers' posted rates were:
S'.xty day*. Demand.
Elites *-**'« 4>*'=
f ;«rmany. relcfafinarkii __ PPr»4 r » . _j*
Tarit. tranc* "H?*- I.*- J *»3» 3
Belstsm. f"-aact- _~ ,* ?"Jot?
t-^iwerJand. francs -*"»-~l •* •'• V" '*
Holland. ffUIIQPTS 441 *'" •
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE. - Boston. 10c
•discount; Chica?-). par; San Francisco.
Fieht r^e premium, teleprapli Sc premium;
>c»ir Orleans, rmrnrnprciai 25c discount,
Yank H premium: Charleston, buying: par.
»-^ll'nz 1-10- premium; St. I^ouis. 4:.< pre-;
tnium fcid, .'-5 c premium asked; Mlnn»»apo!!s.
*.■•<• premium: Savannah, buying dis
wjrx Felllr.p par.
BANK CLEARING?. - New York. *=x
- ir-. 5 . »09.15T.<»40. balances JS.7Oi.<J39; Ba!
\'more. exchangee (5^236.806. balances $403.
fl<: Phlladeiphia. exchanges 524.e94.32 1 bal
ances C-C3S.CjS; rhica^o. exchanges $40.W1.
iv4. balances ?4,024.531.
eiL"VT:E. MARKET.— Commercial bar sU
**r. bP>ic: Mexican silver dollars. 44c. Bar
direr in London closed at S^Tsd. an advance
of He-
GOLD PREMIUM— In Madrid. T.JO; Us
hin. 7.00.
MEXICAN EXCHANGE— Mexican ex
ciianp" on New YorK is quoted at i.ol l^-
EasxaoEKT RECEIPTS. — Receipt*
from customs yesterday were $313. 2Z2: iii
ternai revenue, lnciuding corporation tax.
J1.13£.€72, and miscellaneous, gttULSi. a total
cf C.17U531. against total expenditures on
arfttnaxj account of $3,201,996. For the
SBontb to -d«tte ordinary receipts have fcreen
TjA.SZZ^i and ordinary expenditures 525.315.
7.''i. thfe excess, ot expenditures amounting'
\<> S*^2Co3C). ~s?cr the ns^cal year to date or
*liriary recelpti. bare t<een t4.C2^.274. ujralnst
5?- t .T!O«6S4 in tbc same time :n HOB, and or
«sinar:.- expenditures C&.SIj.TW. :ijrair..st t2S,-
S4.7Cy in 19W. tte exces* of expenditures
ThU. ainountlngr to H3S2JS3Q, compared
wftb ii^ excess at expenditures last yeiir of
J5.544.124. Including Panama Canal account
«I i public debt '.iie excess ot all expendi
tures over receipts since July amounts to
J4.755.2H, apainst a.!* excess in the corre-
FT-or.eiEK period a. ytar ago of sS,l^€>J.
SITB-TREASUK /.- The Sub-Treaitiry waa
debtor to the Qearixie House J1.g70.093.
FOREIGN FINANCIAL.
'I^ondos. July H- — Consols closed hipher
«.: S2i» Jor money stnd K2 2-1 C fur account.
Anaconda *? as > !:iphcr at iTrt, Canadian
Pacific waX -S «it :w^i and Grand Trunk
va* lo^er kiX T.-i.
Mauey was abur.-iu:-: .-.--5 Cisoount rate
v *-re easy.
On the Stock Exchange cheap .... the
w.£ts*actcry conclusion .■:" tn« pettlt-ment
s.nd the trond rtat'-riieii; of the Bank of
I_r.rlt:;d had a cheering and Etlm
tilated the demand ur.d prices hardened.
The failure of st small joijj>er in the Amer
ican ce?t!on had no effect.
American securities opened steady and &
fraction above parity. Darina tho early
lT*£lriZ. •a-'Tdch was lis'it, prices moved ir
regularly, but !si tlie iiftenioo!i Continental
«"O serins azi<l N*e^s.• Tork support raised
values <±nd the market closed linn.
Cfill Tsoney In Ixiiidon. ISH4. yer cent;
C'X^ea market discount rate for short bills.
!>„ per cent: long bills. S j>er cent: Berlin
discount rate. 33 1 * per cent; Pan? discount
BBS* 1% per ceat: Par*s <ichanj<? on I>jn-
Gon. ■ DtSOMM -I-*. centimes; Herii3 ex
cfaaaaje on London. Si tnarks CU pfennigs.
SJST goto. 77s 54. America eaglee, 7«s 5<L
Berlin. Jalr 14. — I'rices opened quietly
*m on the lioers*. letter the market re
•.'te-9 and closed weaker.
Parts. Mb 14— To-day is a. holiday on tile
f£ours**
SCOPES PRICK HIGHER ON GOOD CLASS OF BUYING
NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE SALES— THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1910.
Sh-nsiAet I ' 1 Actual Sale- . j rioslnpr.
sold. :chKT»| {pp.! HI. Low Finnic.
im lAliis-Chalmers Co. Pr I Srt j .SO SO j3O j 27^; 32
50,625 +I' 4 lAmalrairuued Copper . B7^ 58% -. W4 SSW 5%
100 * 4 American -Mr. Chemical.. *0^ 40^, 4rtu 40^, 40 «
300 --x American Beet S:_par !32 I X-, 32 32H, oo
4<» — - American Can **{ S^ S^ SVi 8^- _5-s*
BX> +T * Can pr 68% © ! 6S 1 * C 9
I.OOOJ +«* American Car & Foundry. 4?£, SO I 45U «0 ; 49S sOk
10] _t American B. S. &F. pr... I Wi.\ 123^.12^ lOTi —— :
356b % American Cotton Oil I«0 j6O :>?-,. ;; .- < oS^ «0>
Mo| +1 American Hide & Lea. pr. 31 j3l O^ 3l£ •.':;- »
<..-. .a, i American Ice Securities... Kg i Z3£ ajjj »V* »
100 _ iAmerl^an Linked | 13% l£"i 1«» ]2?«j I- 1*:1 *:
300F »4 {American Ixwomotlve M 40 « 40 40 «?*
M2si+l»i American Smelting- LS^LS LS* t8 ,***L_2
20' — American Srreltins? Pr 102 102 102 |102 |101 1102
iS;- £ . American Snuff pr 1 ! 10W* 10M IWA lflgi 95 fig
'TO -]•» 'American Sugar _19»,.13Mf!lJUWmil20% 119 .in
UWoi -< .American Tel. .fi: Tel IB ,11^1133 IB « IS3*
Vfli - % American Woolen pr j BVi 53.;, SMj 9.V* ?3^ 94
lUSSS pr:
♦^ -2i- Atlantic Coast LJn* 112 US ,112 lIJU UgiMjg,
Snoi -IS [Baltimore & Ohio !108%|l«%jM8%JM8%il_fH RM
20W Baltimore & Ohio pr iS? jII#J 8S , » © 91
ISO .Batcplla* Mining f 2?s 3^. 25g M *W »
200! +V, Bethlehem Steel -;> 1"- »* :£,,** 1b
4,825 +-" Brooklyn Rapid Transit...! 78^ .S% 77^,; 78-* W_.l^»
100 - v 'Brooklyn Union Gas 136 !136 136 DB OS 137
awi+l" Canadian Pacific |ISS=;!IR3 ISS^jISS , jlffl* 190..
300 i +*. Central Leather [ 32** 323» 32% S2 7 ? 32% | S2Tb
Wo|+S 'osotraJ Leather pr ll04<|l0«i}104% 104% 104J4 104%
5 SiVi +-, •"'hesaDeake & Ohio I 73H: 74^ 731, 74V4 74V»| _♦_»
100- + % IChlcago Great Western.... 24 j24 24 24 3- 4 2**
H.K>5 +»i tChica^o, Mil. & St Paul... 12!?il3«4 122% 123^4 123%
"■ 4 nr>_"^ 'rhicafro. Ml!. Ac St. P. pr..lM7 1147 145%!14S |14o^ 14,
830! - C IChicapo & Northwestern.. 142 143 142 )142^.j142i-2 14..
IS _ * '.Chicago Union Trac I 3% 2»4 2%; 2% 1 _r^-J o^j
COO' - 4 lc- C. C 4- Bt. L 74% "44 74% 74% 33% «%
H — IT. Cleveland & Pitts, b2O OSS 1C 165 165 j—-; — —
loo' + S. -Colorado -Rue! & Iron Zl% ! 32% 0% 35% 31% 82^
200— •* [Colorado & Southern ; 64_i 54^ 54 54 154 5o
2W! IColumbus &• Hock. C. & I.! 5 5 It IB I 5 '— -
32,000 +2 Consolidated Gas 1133% 135ii;i35»4 135 |135 135^
EOO +5^ icorn ProducTS Renninp... 14U 14%) 14*4 14% 14% 14-*,
SOOJ + % (Com Products Refining pr; 73% 74'- 4 73%[ 74%| H% <*%
iflO: ■ ICuban Am. Sugrar !38 38 138 38 -
lnoi (Cuban Am. Sugar pr 'P0 |90 M BO — — — -
100 -C Delaware & Hudson 1159 \O» US 059 159 160
1.140! - % Denver & Rio Grande j SOW 304 30% 30%| SOU : 30^
Soo' —I Denver A.- Rio Grande pr.. 71 ■71 71 71 j7O 72
60» _ Detroit & Mack SO » SO SO ! 77% 82%
100}_ % Dnlutb, S. B. & A;, pr 21% 21% a»i 21% 21 22
Snoi -1 Erie -•• [25%[2S 25% 25% 25%
STOi 4li 'Erie lst pr 40% « i 40% 41 41% fl
iooi— 6~ Federal M. * S 25 !25 |25 25 20 3o
i»i +li General Electric Co 141U1142 { 141%! 142 1141% 142%
4.:W : +«£ Great Nortbern pr !123%:i24%i123%|m%!134 124-»
SOC ! — % iGreat Northern Ore ctfs. .I 52 153 52 g^ 52% 53
■. +«* Hocking Valley 034%n2*%ri24%n24%g19% 125
m*± iUHnois Central 129% 130 b29%030 !^|ISO
UOW * \ [nter.-Metropolttan ... - - .18 IgU 18 : "> L 4 l&A 1^
I*Boo +1* ! -Metropolitan pr 51% 51% ol 51% 61^ ■'--
880 — - [ntemational Har%'esrter. . . M I 94% 98% 194 194 95
-;.>->' i Intemat:on:;l Harv^ter pr 130 !120 1120 1-0 (115%'120%
BANK STOCKS ON STOCK EXCHANGE.
_:■ ._ v^ t . " " ■ j Actual Sales. 1 Closing.
££ i I Pp.! Hi. Low Fin! Bid
gi Fourth National lIS4 .IS4 '184 lIS4 1M >-
FINANCIAL MARKET
Sterling Exchange at Lowest
Level in Almost Three Years.
On a licrht volume of business stock
market prices joyed decided improve
ment in the larper number of issues, at
tempts by bear traders to induce a sell
ing movement meeting with no response.
Sentiment was favorably affected by the
announcement that the Interstate Com
merce Commission would not suspend
the increased schedules on suburban
commutation rates, on the theory that
; the commission might grant increased
freight rates if the railroads could pre
| sent arguments as effective as those
offered in the case of higher passenger
tariffs. Wall Street may rest assured
that the commission will show no favor
! itism and will decide the freight rate
\ cases ' entirely upon their merits. The
I general market exhibited its best
; strength in the late dealings, even Amal-
I gamated Copper, which earlier in the
j day sold off sharply, recovering with
i considerable vigor, its advance being
I helped by a report that something of a
I favorable import to the copper trade
! soon would develop. The copper mi
i dustry at the moment is in need of a
stimulating- announcement, "but what it
needs more, Than anything else is a pol-
I icy of curtailment of production, which
for months has been running far in ex
cess of consumption. Commission house?
j had some fair buying orders among the
prominent stocks, especially in Reading
and Union Pacific, but as a rule transac
i tions represented the operations of high
: class professional traders, the larger
number of whom believed that the bear
side of the market no longer was at
tractive. There wat no material change
in money rates, bat sterling quotations
again declined, caching a level that
makes gold imports profitable. Demand
! sterling touched the lowest level in al
i most three years.
When bear operators in stocks put
forth malicious fabk>3 It Is a good sign
' that they have come to the end of their
tether. It has been shown that the re
cent alarming dispatches regarding the
1 allesred attitude of Germany toward
Nicaragua were the offspring of fertile
i but ill conditioned brains of a class of
i speculators that place the financial cm-
I munity in a false position before the
! country at large. a!' for this reason in
vestors and legitimate traders should be
on their guard for further manufactured
; bear stories at this particular time, v hen
j every effort will be made by interests
! who" have overstayed the short side of
the market to bring about frightened
; liquidation by =••■■• holders of secur
ities. There is nothing in the general
situation of an adverse nature that has
not been discounted by the decline that
: has taken place in stock market quota
i tions. and there is nothing in the out
| look that warrants the theory that the
intrinsic value of American investment
! issues is on the down grade. For many
I months the liquidating movement in
i stocks was fully justified by conditions
! that had their inception in the overspec
; ulation and overextension of credit of
i 190S and IfKX». This liquidation elimi
nated the weak features from the situa
tion and brought about a readjustment
! of prices to a basis warranting invest
i ment purchases, though it failed to im
press many speculators that quotations
could not decline indefinitely.
Barring the improbable development i
of Kome national catastrophe, further
declines from prevailing levels will carry
the persistent shorts to a point where a
bear panic will develop. Stocks have
been accumulated by the largest aggre
gation of capitalists in the country, and
such purchases have been made on the j
certainty of sales at materially higher j
levels. The development of a sustained ,
advance may not be an affair of to
day or to-morrow, but an indication that j
the next big movement will be in the ;
direction or better prices is found in the j
character of the support offered on bear
attacks and the ease with which rallies
are accomplished. There will be no
money pajiic In the fall, for the good
reason that the banks throughout the
country are preparing at this early
period Tor the heavy demands that •
doubtless will be made upon their re
sources in tiio autumn. The chances are |
they will import gold for weeks to come, j
lntemiitior:ui money market conditions I
art: now favorable to this operation, j
while they may nut Ik- later in the sea- !
son. The Bank of England made no
change in its minimum rate of discount
NEW- YORK DAILY TRIBUNE. FRIDAY. JULY 15. 1910
r ' rr — Actual yaies. . Closing.
5b S-i \ Op f- HLllx>w|F-n»BM. 'Ast
3W + % Unt. Steam Pump-. gg m gk\ gjj W*
IOC! +I*^ Int. Steam Pump pr 52% w-4 £ z *\ 13
P»!'+34 lowa Centra] S_ «£» m! k« -k? f25«f 25«
+1S lowa Central pr : 2% *J* Jf 8 ! %\J grf
2flO +-% Kansas City Southern ■a: 28 SS » -..« ***
g Keokuk A Dcs Moines fi , b ■ 61 •
_B_f_riTi;-_"_-_i™:::::^|sw^WS»
1,300 + a. Mo.. Kansas & Texas B*U gW g»| *;; 1 *
at*B___a_^ii™~-a|3eß ■! l'<
1.050 _ Nevada Con. Copper j If*; if,* « M « ip
200 -^ New Tork Air Brake 71 Ilk
10.400 +lis New Tork Central...-- 113?* 114;, U?'»
210- 3 New Tork. N. H. & H 10l I 1!I 1 ! iff lEh
3V> +ir* Norfolk & "Western 98 % 9S |S (9S 9^*
200 +1* Norfolk & Western pr ;» j & © » J »
UM + 8 North American '■ 68J51 €S^ ,^',?!_! ris, ii«
6.541: Northern Pacific............. U<%. I^. fi_S«Si M*s ; io«t
10.610 + % Pennsylvania RaiL-0aa.... .128. m* I t^' l^ t
300 +1% P.. C. C & St. L. ; 9£, 9b . ; teW X W^ 9. 1 ?
100 + 14 Plttsburg Coal 16? iH: H 16\ 16 , xi
400 +34 -Plttsburar Coal pr i 65 [ «V_ 60 : 66;^ Sow b6^ 3
225 - 2 Pressed Steel Car j B 32 j 31J*. oIV 32 o-u
500!-l Railway Steel Spring ; Slt_l ffll, ffl?. 31^ 31 linn
Railway Steel Sprint; pr...10?_ 100 ll» 100 M J«
1X2.000. -l^ IReading iron & Stert 302 -14.H i£*? !♦• -«X , rf
MB - 2 RepuWic Iron & Stee! ! 30^ W_ MM »% Jj
450; — I Republic Iron & Steel pr... .PI « » 91 « gg
MM 4 % Rock Island a«4 HW 32 32Js BU o2; ?
SCO +3% : Rock Island pr ■, "*-s '; \f* ■■ " "*
40.-. ; 2 ! St. Louis ft 5. F. 2d pr §I, L^J|* L^ his
K.IOO, ♦ S jSouthem Pacific PS*fiS_J^__rait
SCO -3 i (Southern Railway 23 23^ BJ 2o^ ( Bid SVi
SIX' -•, Southern Railway pr 53*, 54 .^34; o4 00*, g^
1.100. Is_ SSS fvenue^Railroad/.:: 1 M 2 M »| 1 S
%oo: _ (Toledo. St. I_. & Western.. 23 ; 23U BJ 23^ :21 S
30O}_ % Toledo. St. 1,. & West. pr.J 49^ 49* ;«« 48H « L^
300 tls 'Twin City Rapid Transit!. h«h«, Rgj_R2H.I!SJ SgL
yr.ST^ 44% [Union Pacific mMdlgffilfjffl sg*|W
"Vi a iT'nited Rv Investment :30 >& \ M ;&: P55
■; -T-nlted Rr." investment pr.| 59^ 6ld BSW 69% p *fi
S^i —r. S. Realty & Imp :70 ,70 ;70 ,0 g .0
Sol n S Rubber pr 109% 109% 109% 103U •■' : 110
y* 7Z, V B. Rubblr'irtpr: k_W_koß%l^4 V#h 105» UO
100-% U. S. Rubber 3d pr. TO% 73% 73^, 73% 73 75 j
51,825> +I*4 United States Stee 71J, .ofc .THj —
500 +1 lUnlted States Steel pr 11^ U&£™* 110 llAjll^
low « ntuh CooDer 41^ 41 7*7 * 4i^it 41^; 41% t 4l^j
kSSt i| VirSnia-Car. Chemical.... 1 1 59^] 59%] 59^1 S^
I.SOOJ + »i Wabash pr \ ffi 3b 22 «
J .v.v +% Western Maryland. ; 44V,' *ft, 44 44% n4^- «
100 — - Western Union Telegraph.! 61 ;61 €1 ■61 . fc^ a
534! 4 IWestinphouse Mfg »H €0-4 t0
400 + % IWheelinsr & Lake Bne 4^ 4K 4^ 4^ 4^ '4%
4.0 +3 I Wheeling &I* E. Ist pr... 9 | 9J4 ST 8 9% 9, 10
4001 +1% | Wheeling &L.E. 2d pr... o I d s** -Hj bM»
SOQi t^ Kvisconsin Central !4S 148 148 4j> 4S^! ..0
Total sales for the day. 433.224 shares, compared with 571.796
shares for the corresponding day in 1900.
Total sales. January l to July 14, inclusive, 103.525.593 shares,
compared with 104,753,850 shares for the same period in 1909.
yesterday, -while it showed in its weekly
return a beavy gain in its proportion of
reserve to liability.
BOND MARKET SALES.
■BaO Jap 44" s 95 i 5000 Int-Met 44s- &<H*
10000 do 2d S4 ! >»' 1000 In: & Gt N
riOOO Argentine 58 96% 2d Ctfs 1094
8000 do 96'ii4P0'X» do HO
10000 Philip Is 45.1004 2000 Int Pap 65... 101
8000 N T C 44« : 2000 X C F S & M
1837 New 4s 7S«
Reg .. .106% 1000 Ken Cent 4«. 9.
29000 do 4 Us 100% 3«>" Lacka Stl 5s
8000 do 1005b! 1023 . - •■ 97
4im>> do 45 1957 98% 1000 L. S & M So
2000 do 1953... 9ft?* j I>b 4s 92*
1000 Adams Ex 4s 93% 10000 do 4s 1931. 024
10000 Allis-Cnal 5s 78 , 6000 - do 34s 91
3000 do 75% i 10000 d,. Reg »b4
2«OO>J An-. T & T 2000 1.. I N U 4b. 97U
Cvt 4s 10C«8! 2000 M CUB 4s Stp 94 :s
."^wvi do - 100% 1000 M K&T2d -- ■
17000 Am Tob 6e..1044! 2000 do Ext S».-101
1600 do 104^1 3000 do 10 IV*
10000 do 104% 13000 N Ryß of M
6880 do 104 T -s 4 4 S 93
1000 do Roc.. 103% 1000 N V C Deb
1000 do 4s ~S% 1884 92H
10000 do 79 I 4000 N V L, & "W
1000 Armour 44 I>s1 >s 91 Ist *>» 116
2000 A T & S' F 5000 N V N H & H
AdJ 4b... SSW-* r>*b 6s 131%
10iX¥> do Stpd... SSTi'IOOO" do 132
20QP d SO4! 3000 do 131%
27000 do £->■- 10000 do Ot ." ; ; 97
7 »«, do G<?n 4s. 96% 10000 d.. 87%
1000 do 98% 1 1000 N V T 445.. 96%
600 do 99^ I 1000 do St»4
2000 do Cvt 4s. 1034 1000 N & W Cvt
1000 do Rets f " 4s ...... 89
paid .. .101%] 3000 x P Pr 45... 100
2880 At C 4s 94 i 6000 d.-, .-- SB**
4800 do 93*4 j 3000 do . . " '"■ "■
2888 do L. & N 33000 Ore B L Gtd
4s .... r<os, Ref 4k . 83
£000 do 904| 5000 Pa Cnvt 3U S 9^^
3000 B & O Gold 2000 do 9? 1 -*
4s . 9*% j 2000 do 08%
1000 do Reg . {-Vki • 23000 do 34« 1915 95^
1000 do Pr .T-9 W>4 ISO(X> do .»-..".... 954
8900 do Sw 3^s 88^4 i 1000 do 95
11000 B X T 4s.T. S24i eCO'J do 4s 1948.103^
23000 do 82% "000 Read Gen 4s. »7
2000 do . . 83 10000 do 074
1000 BXT X] Ist. 100 5000 do .97
10000 C of Ga Ccn 2000 Ri 0 G W Ist. >•
6s 104s-;, 20U0 St I. I M & S
2000 Ont L. 53.. 9© I R & Q 45.. «4
2000 do ... .. Ps% I 3000 st Lft SFR
10000 Cent of X J B Gen 55.. 85 1 -
Gen « 121 ' 1000 do 's'.'g
2000 c P Gtd 45.. 95 s * i 8000 do Ref 45.. 8A
1000 do 96% 1000 do SOU
1000 do 95X i 3000 St L *wn Ist
13<XK) C & O Cnvt 4s >•
4*4 a . .. 92^,1 6000 St P M & M
11000 do Gn 4'-s.inii, Ist Con 6s. 1254
9000 C & 1 3b.. . 72 ! 2000 Scab A L, AdJ
5800 Chic -< & q 6s 72
Gen 4s 97ii|K | or>'i do 73
2i «0 do '.v ■ 10000 do Gold 4 .
*000 do Jt 45.. 95U] tpd ... S3
«ouo do ■:■:■ i ! 10000 S P Ist R»f
K-«O do 3. 9-r.CI 4s 93T4
-•■• rio r)- j ... .... pgj.^
2880 do 111 Dlv j 7000 do Cvt 45.. 97H
34* ... 66*4 54000 do 97
4000 do 4s 9S",j 2000 £0 Ry Ist 55. 104%
SOOO C R I & r ! SO"X> do G*v. 4b. 73'
Gen 4s ... 96 10000 Third a- Con
85000 rio !-:. 4 -. £6\ 4* 3tpd . 63 %
WOO do .. . &fi% 10000 t: El L »■- 83%
"<»>" do 87 I 2000 VI Ist 4* 100*4
K>oo do 5714! 17000 dr. 100S
1809 do B R 4s 72 I lOO * do "-".
°° --.-•■ do Ist Ref
39000 do 72 4s KBi
aooo ci: s n»f & 1 2000 do • •• • j,.^
Ext 4J-.S . . » 1000 r\o . . . 05*!
.1000 CM Ist 4-- 66 6POOO do Cvt 45.. 102%
1000 D * H Ref 8060 do 102 7 s
4s 9T« 13000 do 103
30m D S S A- At 5000 CREofSF
»s 10734 4= RM-i
2>v> Erie Ist Con j 1000 D' S Rub R' 102' "■
___, Sl^i 30000 U S Stl S F
3000 do Onvt 4s Ss 102%
_„ A 6t> 10O"> d-) 10 0s a.
8000 do Pa C T 1*"" do ' ...103
4s «S 10000 fio 10°-.
J2J2S HRy SS.5 S . 9S^ 500 do Reg. \ '.'.'. 1034
1000 G« El Deb I 3000 "R'ab Cd "5s 100
_. 5 « 133 ! 3000 dc- B i Ext
8000 Or B Deb 5. 124! 4s . <54^»
1080 Han & St J ■ ' " 1 10000 do " ' 64%
Con 6s 101 9001 Wah P T Ist
&**> V c Re' 4- 87 ; ctfs . . 3"
27000 do 4j 195 - pqi,;! SOOO do S3
2000 do W L 4f. 95 I 1000 West Md fa . *3
440"V. T nt .. Met 4^3 80^ 4000 w^t f: p r»s 86'
2000 do 80% 1000 -W C G°n 4n! 905*
20..»> do ... SO4»
Total sal»s of bonds, $1,315,500.
RAILROAD EQUIPMENT BONDS AND
CAR TRUSTS.
' Maturing 1910-"27.
(Furnished by Swart^ou* &• Appenzellar. No. 40
Fine street.)
Name. Maturity. Interest jieid
A'.lar: Coas* Llr.r 4 p c. 1I)1O-'J7 44 s * 4^
R-Jff Roch & Titts 4-44 pc. 1911 - > 27 4N 4H
Ont of Ga Ry 4 4-5 r C. 1&1"~"17.. 47i4 7 i 4 4
Cent R ;; of N ,T, T 4 p c. 1010-' l7 4*4 * 4'
('hf£ a: Ohio 4p c. 1910-'l7 4»i 4:3
Chic & Alt -■.':■. 1910--19 f.N *-*
Chic & East 111 44-5 pc. 191<V--17 f.J^ 44:
Oic RI & Pac 44-i5 pc. l»10-'19 :.-t 4'«t
On Ham & Day 44-G p c. 1010-"20 ? l i r
Del &- Hudson 44 pc, J922 4". 4< 8
Krie 4-4 4-."". pc. 1910-"17 ] . '. '. 514 5'
Iloeklnjr Val 4-44 pc. 19K>--'IS 4-4 414
Hud & Manhat ." pc. 1910-' l9 . :.•■. ',
Kaa GFt Scott &M 44 pc. 1910--15 B*i :"i
Kan City So 44 p c. IDln-'l. 1 ; 5 |if.
I>»hi«:h Val 4-4 4 pc. 1910-*l6 .. J', 4-.!
Mo Pacific- Bp c. mi^-17 ! | jtij J:
Mobile i- Ohio Wpc, IMO-"18 f.», ■» •<
N V ent l)n*s 5p c. 1910--22 ... 4H 41,
Norfolk & 'WVst 4p c. 391ft-- 16 4s; 41*
TVm.sylvania 3 4-4 p c.'lßlo-'l7 f- 41*
St Lo &F X 4-44-5 pr, V.,10--17. . . . 54 4"t
do n:ar A C and F, 5p r. 191rt--]7 r>W 4s*
Seal«ard Air Line 44-f. pc. 1910-'l7 5^ 4%
Southern Ry 34-4-»4 Pc. 1910--2J . . 6 4=o
ian Ry 5 c. i9io--]{, (v 4^
Wheel &I.Erle4^pafioiO^22l! 6^ T*
V. ri^e! £ L ■.
COLLATERAL TRUST NOTES.
(Fornlai by f»a-artwoiit & Appenzellar. So. V)
l'ir.o street.;
„ Approx.
Name. Maturity. F.id. Ask. yi<!J
Am Cljrar - pn. Mch 15. 1-JU... 9S^i «»H 5.00
do 4p c. Mch 15. iei2 5)7^ Ph CIO
Bait £ O 4p c. Mch 10, 1011... 904 99*^ 4'io
do 44 pc. June, 191.". *>.S4 OSi 4 ■-,
B-th St Corp 6p c. Nov. 1R14.. 95 ' DOVs &«•
Chi £: Alt Bp c. Mch 15. 1913* &8»i 99 6.30
Cta X i j i r, c. July. lfU3.. 86% 'JT^ 600
c , V „ St L"'P c - June - 1911-lOOy I«W4 410
is fc H tqpts4 4p c. .July. 1!<22.1<» 1«1 4 •",
53rit- «p c. April S. 1011 ;w.«i 99K fi "7 o
Gen Rubter 44P c. July, 1015. 62 ;..» c' r O
Uudton Cc* ti pc . Oct 15. I*ll :>7 DW ♦"ro
do 6p c. Feb. IUI3 l# !( y\ Rfjo
Interior HTO pc, May 1811.. 101 101 »i S'.H)
Kan CRiLSpc, Hep:, laii. 07i 4 !IS 4; 67»
da 5p c. May 15. 13.. ...... 94** «3% s'*y>
L-ick Steel 5p c. Mch. ;-., HH% .sq^ 4 ;"vi
Mlr.r. ftStliSpe. Feb. 1811 87 SSfi 7'^.
N I Cent Linea. cqj>ts. 5 p c,
« i? l^',^ 4.804W.W p c taxis
N \ NH&.H &p c. inil-"12..1^t 101 V
Bt I. i H F 44 pc. i'«D, 1912.. fill* M ."■ Hn
dc ?. p r. Me!,, 191S ;«; «,r r, -q
Southern Ity 5p c, Te.b. 10!';... :«7 >.«.'> 5.50
Tidewater CoDpc, June. 1913 100% 100 1 B.'jiO
Utfft Tel 4Tspn, Feb. 1912. . fIS& &V<»i C 25
wneM %p C. Aug. 1610. ; . .100 ••"■• ; »>»( 10
INACTIVE STOCKS.
, I
Th» following were the last actual sales
: and the closing quotations for stocks In
which there were no transactions yester
: day on the New York Stock Exchange:
; I>aßt Closlne.
sale. Bid. Asked.
: Adams Express. 250 250 —
; Allls-Chaimers Co.. 84 84 9
! Am Agr Chens pref 100 99 ' -
■ Am Beet Sugar pref... 91 0" «**
, ! Am C & F pref 113 112% 114%
Am Coal 1204 76 150
Am Cot Oil pref 102^4 102 1"6
i Am Dlst Tel 20 US 30
lAm Express 240 —5 260
. j Am Hide & Leather 5Vi 5^4 6
'.Am Unseed pref 29 20 31%
'! Am Locomotive pref 107 10.1 lOS'i
• Am Malt •"» 5 6
Am Malt pref 30 *> 31
, Am Smelt pref B Sr.y, BE v »i
, Am Snuff 288 150 800
■Am Bteel Fdr> _..- 63 52 53
i Am Sugar pref 117 li."» 119
' ! Am Tel & Cable 714 71V 7o
Am Tob pref 92 SU 8214
' Am Woolen 27 28 26» 4
. Am "Woolen pref XI 28 SS
' | Ann Arbor pref - 70 68 73
Bethlehem Steel pref. . . 53 — 83
Brunswick 8 94 1°
. I Buff R & P -95 96 102
' I Buff R ab P pref 128 124 130
Buff & Sub pref 29 — 33
' ■ Butterlck Co 28« Si 28%
j Can Southern «7 — 12%
Cent & So Am Tel 115 100 111
; Central of N J 285 265 285
Chic & Alton 24 24*4. 28
Chic & Alt nref «4% — 88
: Chic B 4- Q -22;. 2i» —
Chic Gt West pref 464 47 1
' Cliic I & I. pref — ISO .so
' ■ Chic & Northw pref.... 208 203 210
I C St P M & ■> ISO 1&". 150
C St P M & O pref 180 150 170
' ! Chic Union Tract pref.. Si, 7 9
! C C C * S L pref LOO _ 1054
■ Col Fuel <i; I pref no 1124 llt>4
'Col & So Ist pref 74 7.1 75
Col &So 2d pref 74 72 38 ;
|D L & W 5224 »3« 573
j D M & Ft D. 5 • 34 12
I Detroit United R It 4.-. - 431$ ■ —
i Distilling Securities 2i&£ 28 30
|D 3 S & At IT ir- 12
'Erie 2d pref 32 30 -24
Evans & T H 50 r.O tt
! Evans & T H pref 82% 7. »
! Fed M & S pref 80 «2 CO
j Fed Sugar 60 40 80
; Fed Sugar pref 95 po 100
j Gen Cbem Co 9.1 82 95
Gen Chem Co pref ... 10]^; 102 tor.
Granby Mining 40 2T. ISO
Havana Elec Ry &4% »44 954
Havana Elec Rv pref.. 55 " — $17
{ Homestake **>}; SW K8
mil-Rand Co --105 98
! [ngersoll v; a nd Co pref 544 07
i Int Paper 10 104 11
! Int Paper pref |9 . 4? Et
j iian City So pref 82 82 B3
X C Ft S & M pref 70 - Bf> 75
: K«»ok & D M pr»r ..•-.. 41 ."_-> • •
j Laclede Gay pref. . or- 80 100
i Lake Erie •. W •: t4'- ..u
■ Lake };-■■ ft W pref. 43 :;.i " <r,
j Isintr Islflnd 60 «<> i;i>
i Mackay Cos f^s; sts t sr»U
i MaCKay Ccs pref 75 73 -'
I Manhattan B^ach 3 •_■•- 4
j Manhattan Elevated..". -12514 12»i 1311
: Marino ... 4? 51 v
j 3ltcfa Central • — . — ' 180
j Mm &- St Louis — L'« ! 23 28
[M&' ! SfX. pref 50 40 70
M;S P& B - M pref . . 14^; 140 us
IMEP&SSMLL BS«i 87% 90
I Mv Kan A T pref 64 85 «4
'Nash a Chatt 1 30 1 26 -jji) .
Nat • ■-. nit pref 11S=J lISU 122 V
Nat iiam & Stpsr ... in HI 174
Nat Enam & Stpg pref. Sgi X; j tH >
Nat of Mcx pref ' >-..-.• m -.1 :
• Nat of Mez 26. prrf . 27- 28 C7U
! New Cent Coal f,;-«, 30 60 "I
! 3« T Chic & St L ;■-■-. 6) 60
] N V C & St L Ist pref. 10ft 3 * 100 110
jNTC&Ht U2d 1 pef 85 S,-. 90
N T Dock 20 2.". 10 I
N V I f-r-ic ar^ S2Vi 75 Bit
IN T »nt ft W ■ 424 42* i 4.T !
'Ontario Silver 2 :u 3 I
Vac ■last 105 102 110
Pac Coast Ist /pref '•«
Pac Coast 26 pref .. 106 102 114
Pacific Mai! . :.-. ', . <
: Pac Tel & Tel .31 ,~>o 531^
j Peoria £ East LV !* :>4' ■
j Peo Gas ,v. C. 106% i'»; i-»;u '
i * <: *- iV 21 L. pref . . 1->"!U in.-, ]Ifi "j
1 Pressed Steel Car pref. . !W^ 0,". 717 j
j Pullman Palace Car. . . . 155 1 * 15J5 t">" |
I Quicksilver S 3 33^'
I WuicKSiittr pref • „:^ (j' ,
Rfadinj? .-■ pref . brt.; <r.
Reading - : pref 14 n." '„-, "
Rome Wat * Oj?d .....1214 IIS lb*.
Rutland R R Co pref... 30 25 30 '
St L& > F Ist Dref . . .. t>>4 «, • „.
St L& S F C&E I ctfs. _' _ . i«i I
St LftS F C&E I ctfs Pfllfi^ — lir. i
St L & Bwn 2fl 31 :!< i I
St L & Swn ref ... 7" r,£> «04 i
Sears-Ro<;buck pref... 121-, j-r. i
SIQES-Sheff .St! & Iron.. 654 W " fi
Elosa-Sbeff Stl & I pref.ll4 hk
Tenness-?« Copper 21 1 -. 2<>4 — ■
Tex & rac Ld Tr -- " 57 ~~
: To! Kv!> A Ught 7'; 7 'g
; Twin City R T lOS^ 102 ■■ .
t'n Ba^ & Paper 7V- 7 •> :
Un lag & I» prrt ■ ■- - •"■'■ ■.., T,T. HSU I
United Do' 1a..... 109 gjt • io" 1 "
U S C I P 4- F 16*4 ir.u ir
1' S C I •■ i F pref m 51 p., ■
TJ S -press 100 gr, 100
|U S Recuc & Ref 4 4 "7 I
r S Rednc & Rer pr«f. 13 7/1 ••„ .
I Vandalia R S «B 74 7_
Va-Car Chen pref . 130 US j»o
j Va Iron C ft C W! — T .
j V,"ababh '7 17^ 1711
Wells Karßo Expreos 17.1 153 17©
TV»st Maryland pref 6SVi t!7vi aa :
; Weattnsh Mfp Ist pref.. ll2 10s •]<•-
: ■
TRUST AND SURETY COMPANIES.
(■Reported by Clinton Gilbert. No. 2 Wai] street 1
Bid ■-*• Bid.Ask'd.
Alliance R>-. 125 ICO j Law TUT 2St) 2V> "
Am Surety. 210 230 ! Lincoln 140 14',
Astor B0 885 I. lal L. &T. BBS 3] '
Bankers" ... ti4-i 6«» i Manhattan .. 375 400 •
iB & M G.. 240 2.V1 Merrantlle .. 700 740
j Broadway .. 14.1 150 Metropolitan. — 335 j
i Brock .. 425 — Mtaa Bond . 110 us
Carnejtle ... U« 1"« 'Mutual .130 __
I Cas Co of A 125 140 Hoi Alliance _ 112U
'Central 10"0 102."! | Nassau 17.'. IS,', j
Qty rest. ♦*» 72 Nat Purer;. . 230 2*> :
dc pref... I* 113 rtU r.llBO 1120
Citirens 1 ... 140 145 N VM& S. 200 210
: Columbia .. 275 255 X V Trust . fi4.', (z*
Cam-wealth. 150 — People's . 3CO _
Commercial. 115 l-"0 jQu Co Mtsa. no _
empire Tr . 300 310 , Queens C 0... us _
Equitable .. 4*K 4ST> \ Realty asso. 113 Hf,
F L & T. ..I7'V> 1740 | Savoy ... _ 0;
. Flatbußh ..200 220 j£tand»rd ... 403 i oioi 0 ,
i Franklin . . 220 230 Title G& T. 400 600
1 Fultcn SBfl — Tlof N T.. 145 i.v.
I Fidelity ... 307 215 Tr Co or Am 340 aag
I Guaranty .. 525 E.W Union 1250 ir-7.-,
Guardian .. — 17S Un States.. .1200 1*23 ;
' Hamilton . 3?0 XBO IT B Cas 21.-, _
Horn* Trail 100 '.!.'. U ; S;iI ft-T. M 47.',
Kuii R^aity 11« — I" STG& lin iv
I Hudson X'> ::.*. Van Mortal — 235 !
I Int Bicg Cor 118 — Washington.. 373 —
Kins» C 0... 505 — I Weetcivsster. . 150 ._ i
Knickerbocit 300 81« i &BT& M 1» 170 i
Law Htc .. 240 345 I V.indsor . . . . 170 120 j
OUTSIDE SECUHITIES
An irregular price movement with mod
erate activity was shown in the Mft.
for outside securities, mining stocks 1-
veloDing some animation In spots, .xn
price changes for the most part, aside rrom
the industrials, were within narrow _llm! J
Nevada Hills continued on* of the P^lpai
features, moving up about Be f , u t r^ roali
rathf - a>tng. Chtno Butte com
Uon Miami and Ray Consottdattd wer>
shown in Standard Oil. which dropped d
low GOO bid. American Tobacco was up
about 5 points. intercontinental R^"*
ruled steady. Bonds were J^S^vJ^f. 8
steady tone. Detailed operations folio*.
INDUSTRIAL.
Fa ■ Open. High X^r- 1
20 Am T0bacc0... 415 415 415 «•
7S*> Int Rub T ctfs 21»* 22H 21H ff*
3.500 January 0H..-T4R M « '',
2.000 July Oil T35 3.- *' *?.
75 Manhat Tran.. l^ JJ 1 * nl 11 03
700 Mans Oil ....$1 01 $1 03 *} n l $ g
400 Palmer Oil .f1 35 1,35 l-> 5 1•»
35 Standard 0i1... 6024 602S 6W «7
150 Un Cigar Mf?. 66 C 74 •« «.
300 US 1. and H. IV 1 « ' lrt
RAILROAD.
800 C3iica«o Sub... 2>» -"» =
MINING.
fiOO Arjeutum +3 3 |- .
I.SOO Bovard Con... 3 *? i*
700 Brit Col Cop... ** 4 » *■* **
400 Butte Coalition 17 i< . 1 \ „.
1.000 Caledonia Mm. 1 1*« »
200 Can Mine*. 6*. 6H «*» •»
8.750 Cfcrisa fSS 3$ -* ~J.
I.SOO Chine Copper.. 10 -, 10?* »« Igf.
2.000 Cobalt Cnt...- » »* .%
1.200 Comb FYar.--.t5.- S3 c ■»
4.600 Con Ari; Smlt. 1H I * *3 }*
800 Dav-Daly Cop.. j* *_-; 1* 'j. I
5.*>00 Ely Central.... •» ■* *
IB.SOO Ely Con tn » ™ «
150 El Rayo ...... 4 « ♦ |«
820 First National.. 3 8* •
1.200 Giroax Mm.... « 8 i «J* s |/?
200 Goldfleld Con.. 8". S% ££ *•?
300 GHC Tr Stk. *» 1 „•• J*
1.500 Green-water .... t« - • *? '-
700 Greene-Can ... 6* « «"» •
300 Guerrero Mines IV4 I•* J> * ...^ ;
1,200 Huated Minin*. fit) 63 60 o-i
700 Kerr Lake $*• Sr» °. 'a.
10* King_ Edward.. ft .iV * .V 1
1,033 I.a Rose Con.. 4» *4S 4j» •*
900 Little Miami... -r* 2S -£
100 Mason Val new Mi '« _!!t* ,-P :
■ 400 Miami C0p.... 17^3 17H !•» !;*»
1.600 MCo of Am. 60 61^, 60
100 Nevada Smelt.. =* *» * 7
600 Nev-U M & S. t^ »« * Jj
KM) Nlpis'K SI CO.. 10-. IJH »•* 10 2
2,100 Ohio Copper... 1% II s * I,' x ]* .
1,200 Pacific Smelt., -f* •*« „•* ,^*
400 Prec Metals... 2 2 * -
T^oo Haw Coalition. +14 .a IS \* •» 1*
6.000 Rawhide Queen 28 3" 2£ 30 , |
1.000 Ray Central... 2V* 2fr -'* »2?
400 Ray Con M 1»S M *?>
BfiO Red "War Ming 1% IS JJ? J*
1.100 B Utah M& S. !'■» 1% IU I*
120 Tonopah Mm.. S?» SiS SS
1.200 Tramps Con t* ■♦ «* 73 4
500 Union Mines... H '% t J . *
4.< no Un Pac Cobalt t4 4 4 , J.,
150 Yukon Gold M- 4. 4 s.is '.i •>!*
BONDS.
$10,000 NTS C I 48.100 100^ 100 100%
1.000 Tldewa 6% N.lOl 101 101 101
12.000 "^Vost Pac 55. . . »3 03 S3 »•*
tSells cents per share. »CMd lots.
CONSOLIDATED EXCHANGE.
Sellers for short account on the Consoli
dated Exchange found in the late trading:
i that all their early offerings had been
! readily absorbed and that strong support
' had plainly been extended to the market
: This gave them a fright and resulted in a
■ final scramble to cover up contracts. On
i the closing advance Reading, which dis
: tinguished itself by rolling up a total much
i greater than that of United States Steel
! common, an unusual occurrence of late,
touched a high price of 147%. This was ft
of a point above the New York Stock Ex
change top figure, the transaction being
; made on the execution of a stop loss order
I for 400 shares. Sales of all stocks totalled
, 86 430 shares, with forty-six issues repre
■ sented on the list." Steel common did not
sell under TO*,, against a low price on the
; other board of 70^4. while Southern Pacifies
low was 114, against 113%. and Readings
low 145%, against.. 14%. There was a dis
position on the floor up to the close to op
pose the rally in Amalgamated Copper and
i it did not get above 68%. against Oft on the
other exchange. - Detailed operations fol
low:
STOCKS.
Share-. Open. H!*h. Lo^. lAst.
S.24oAmal 'Copper... 57H »% £. «£*,
SO Am Beet -Sugar. 31 •« .:2-i •;* > g*
170 Am Car & Fdry 49;-, 50 49/, 49..
40 Am Cotton Oil.. »S •»* »» •,
*> Am Locomotive.. 40V, 40S 40 j^?
1.460 Am Smelttae .v.:S JB *£*■ :S<
20 Am Sugar 12»% !£>** 4
170Ar.aconda Cop... 38S 3S^= 36* »sb
1.140 At- Top &.S Fe. 9STi %£? ,»«
: 50 Bait A 0hi0..... 10? ?s 10«»* 10% 10|^
870 Brooklyn R T... T-:, 78J4 0% ♦
iaOC3Mt & 0hi0... 73^: 74^, J3U *3H
50 Chic Gt West... 23% 23 »4 »% 23*
, 1.410 Chic M &St P.. 122% 123^: 1224 123 Js
20 Col Fuel & 1.... 82* ■;-.;* 32% ■.-.■'
10 Col Southern.... 64% B4ji 64% 54?*
■ ZSSOConsol Gas 1534 l»Jj 1-3^ 100
: 10 Corn Products... 14 S 14 S » I+J»
->0S *g
lty i E dolsVpVeV--... 40S 40S 40% 40%
6 do 2d pref.... 30h SOVi "0 1 - 304
100 Gt Northern pf..1234 1244 1234 1244
80 Inter Metro .... IS* ISS IS »
160 do pref .-I 1-*1 -* M% M . 5 J*
iaOlitmi»A NaFh.. ..14." : 3 144 1434 144
20 Mo Kan ft Tex.. OK o3 32H »
HOMo Pacific sS** BBJ4 MJi 6J%
30 National I>ad. . . HS4 «S4 88Ji «Jj
700 NY Central 113 % 115 113*8 114|s
3^'Vor Pacific 117\ 118% 1174 11|2j
500 Pennsylvania ;.-128 12? A * 127 ■* 12SS
25.4«> Heading 145 7 , 147S 145% 147«j
20 Republic Steel... 304 SO 7 , 804 SOS
210 Rock Island £24 33 "-*« 33
i^) do pref 75 75 74 a * 7b_
2,840 Southern PaclScll4 a i 115 114 114
20 Southern Ry 23 23 23 _ "',
3^5 Third Aye RR. 10% 11- 10% 10%
15.700 Union Pacific. ... l 61 * 1«3« 161 * 163%
70 U X Rubber 374 37% 374 37**
18 760 V 8 Steel 70S 71% TB% .14
.V. do nref 115* 11« « 8 116 .
10 Utah Coper .. 41% < 41% 41% 41%
0O Va-Car Chemical 80 SO »•% 59-»*
140Watesti pret 36Vi «•% **** 3»%
430 Total sales.
MINING.
500 Belcher ... .3-3 .53 .." • .38
300Belmont ... 3.574 8.87*4 3.87$ 8.87*4
10>"»Elkton 78 .78 .78 78
2SOGoldtield Cons.. S. Bo B. SO B.SO „ «■ SO
lOOO'fleU Florence.2.l*>. 2.16 2.10 -1°
200 [ale & Norcross .02 .02 .02 .02
ntvi Jumbo Exten... .24 .24 .24 .21
1.300 McN'araara , 32 .324 .32 3314
SOD Mexican 1.0214 1.024 1.024 1.024
2.6i"0 Moon Anchor. .. .03 .03 .03 .OK
900 Nevada Hi 115.. .2-35 2.374' 2.33 2.374
800 North Star 08 .OS .OS .08
400Ophir - ■ 1.10 1.124 1.10 1.124
I 300 Portland - 1.174 1.174 1.174 1.174
potcs! 30 .SO ..W .so
300 Tonopah Exten. .7."> .75 13 .75
8.450 Total sales.
BOSTON CURB STOCKS.
(Tarnished by J Thomas Relnhardt. No, 3S !
Broad street, Ne-w York, and No. 54 Devon
shire street Bostcn.)
High. Low. Last.
Ahraeek . 14* 14« 146
Arizpo Rights 71 «1 71
Bay State G»s ■ 21 — 23
Bohemia •% ■'■« *'* i
Boston Ear •% '_ * I^* |
Boswycolo *• « «
iTactus Ccpper "'■« - 2
Calaveras J> '■' 9
C'alumet-Corbln ■ -.25 S 25
Champion . -6 5 54
CTiief Consolidated "-rV if. lfr
Chino 10% 10** VC'\
• -Mr Copper ....:. S s » 5% .-.«b
Davlß-Daly I*7 PC 80
Dominion Syndicate ... 10*4 !'"• 104
First National Copper... 8U "'■« 3>4
<Jo!dtield Consolidated..'. * 7i7 i 8% 'i»
Hurnboldt Smelting M no B'>
Inspiration 7 7 7
Laramle H P & P- . ■ ; - 89 S2
La Rt>se A^i »-i 41^ ;
Massachusetts Coal ■ 41 34 41
McKlnley-Darragh R<: S7 R7
Mollip' Gibson . 29 24 15
Majestic : . ... 36 53 55
Maritime Ex 28 IS IS !
National Mining Expl r. 20 17 17 j
Nevada Douglas 2*« - z^i
Ohio Copper It* - 2*»
( >p.eeo 1 ~ i 1 \ I? ij
Raven Mining 1* 16 15
JJhode Island Coal ... I •'•"» k
South Lake "• S 5
Vulture . . 51 I !"i
Wlllet Silver Mining I 24 .• -
NEW YORK CITY BONDS.
(Furnished by VT. N. Coler & Co., No. 43 Cedar
rtML)
ru«d interest to '■* added.)
Bid. Ask"d.
•Ret;.. *V March. lOSO-'6O 10O » 100%
•444. November. 1967 J'*r« ji-»: ',
•4-- May, 1857 106H 106 ' x
•4 1 -. November. 1917 102H 103 l«
•44, May. 1917 102H ICQ 1 -*
•««.. May. 1951> < WS ten
•4s. November. 1958 < O*S t»S T i
•is. Ma- . 1«57 • ■ lv *=« Mii
•4e. May. 1838 88 100
r4« November, 195T»-'SG f>7*» ps'i
t4s. November. 1&36 07U f*4
•34. November. 1954-SS. "7 F74
134. May. 1954 ■ . Mli ST'
t3' 1950--W W*, B7
t34. November. 1041. ■*"■- M*»
J34. November. Ip - ... WH «v»
i 34. November. 1922 82% 034
134. November. 1838 . ■ ■•- WW 1 * jkh»
»3'-i. November. 1914 !-; . Ui\
Jto, November. 1010 101 '« 101 U
• ■ tpmm laiwuw fßeeistereJ, tCbu
r^ni |H«ctn*red and coupon. '.Sterling.
GOVERNMENT BONDS.
The tollcwins shows yesterday's closing
quotations for government bonds, compared
Will: Wednesday's:
—July 13.— -Jujy IV_
RiO. Asked. Bid. .\m,e<l
V. «. 2*. r»^.. 1030 !.».'» 101 , .... ; [„, ■
IT. S. 2*. coupon. 10a0.V.10OS — loos
U. S. 3b. rrs.. J9JS H»m 102 10H« 10"
U. S. ;u. coupon. 191«!...101 l 4l 4 102 1OU 4 io>
V. 6. Js. ftg.. 1U23 1H 3 ! 115 114*, tin
U. a 4s. coupon. 1PQT....1144 li; 11 »4 liau
Panama 2*. res. 1036... 100 * 101 lf»»i» 101
Panama 2s. rwr.. IMS. ..100*« 101 VirtK 101
Philippine 4«. 1054 . 10r»i, — loos _
1:1X601110 Chart**! 1822. . L|
The Farmers' Loan and Trust Compaq ;
Nob. 16. 18 20 & 22 William Street :
Branch Office, 475 Fifth Avenue^ .:;
Few York.
LOSPO? Jg Biihops^e St. Wfcfcs.
Traders 1 Letters of Credit Forosn Exohanga*
ArWTiistrator Swdiaa
Administrator
- __■
9
su 000,000
THE FIFTH AVENUE BUILDING COMPANI
Three-Year 6% Secured Gold Coupon Notes.|
Dated Mar Ist. 1910 »™ » lst ' "*
■' Interest May ■,- and November Ist.
Co-pea Notes. $1,000 each, mar bi registered m to principal tmlj.
UNITED STATES MORTGAGE AND TRUST COMPANT. Tnat-
The Fifth Avenue Building Company is the owner of the new in
proof office building at the comer of 23d Street and Fifth Avenuejp
site of the old Fifth Avenue Hotel).
TAX EXEMPT IN NEW YORK STATE.
Subject to prior sale, we offer these >'otes at par|
and interest, yielding 6%,
Circular on application. -~*
BROWN BROTHERS & COMPANY,
NEW YORK PHILADELPHIA BOSTON |
TOPICS OF THE STREET
FOREIGN TRADING. houses
: were not active in the local stock market. ;
bu>-tn& upward of 12.(XX» shares.
COPPER CONDITIONS.— The avalanche
of selling at Standard Copper warrants
which made its appearance on the London
market this week is taken in certain wen ,
informed quarters to indicate that one or j
the important American agencies Is dis
posing of its accumulated stocks Througn
the medium of London. On Monday saJes .
of 5,400 tons were effected abroad, followed
by 4.500 tons on Tuesday and Z.lX*) tons on
Wednesday, making a total of 13.1C»> tons m ,
three days. or 23.344.0>3 pound?, r rom Fri- j
day's closing price of £54 7s. 6d. for spot and |
£55 Is. 3d. for futures the market worked 1
down to a .-losing price of £32 Ma 3d. on
Tuesday, which was the lowest since Janu
ary, 1903. the year when the metal here
sold as low as 12c a pound. As yet no .
metal has been offered in New Tork below ■
12% ca. pound, which is also the lowest
since 1903.
DIVIDENDS DECLARED. — Dividends
have been declared as follows: The rta
vana Electric Company, regular quarter.
II I*,1 *, per cent on the preferred and *'-; per
cent on the common, payable August 13.
United States Safe Deposit Company, reg
ular semi-annual VA per cent and an extra
I*- per cent, payable August 1. Norfolk &
Western Railway, regular quarterly IJ* per
cent on the common, payable September Is.
Commercial Trust Company of Philadel
phia semi-annual 7 per cent, payable Au
gust 1 Electric Bond and Share Company,
regular quarterly lVi per cent on the pre
ferred and regular quarterly 2 per cent on
the common, the preferred payable on Au
gust 1 and the common July 15. Broadway
Trust Company, quarterly 14 per cent, pay
able August 1. Railways Company Gj»
eral, regular quarterly 1 per cent, payable
August 1. Baltimore & Ohio, regular semi
annual 3 per cent on the common and semi- |
annual 2 per cent on the preferred.
NORTHERN CENTRAL.— The dir-ctors j
of the Northern Central Railway have ap- j
proved the report of the special committee ;
recommending that the road be leased to j
the Pennsylvania Railroad for M years
on the basis of a guarantee of S per cent .
on the stock, a stock dividend of 40 per (
cent and a cash dividend of 10 per cent, j
The Northern Central, through its own line .
and controlled and leased lines, runs from
Baltimore to Lake Ontario at Sodus Point, j
N. Y. The Pennsylvania Railroad owns a 1
majority of the outstanding stock.
H. B. CLAFLJN EARNINGS.— The state
ment of the H. B. Claflin Company for the I
six months ended June 30 of the_ current '
year show? net earnings of 5206.D.4. com- j
pared with C 91.533 in the same time in j
1903. and a deficit of $7,436 in 190?. After
preferred and common dividends there was j
a deficit for the six months of 555.T15. j
against a surplus in the corresponding pc- j
riod last year of $3,455.
LORD & TAYLOR.— Joseph H. Emery, j
formerly secretary of Lord & Taylor, has j
been elected president, succeeding E. • P. I
Hatch. A meeting of stockholders has been j
called for July 19 to ratify the proposed In- !
crease of J1.000.0C0 in the preferred «ock j
of the company, which increase will be I
taken over by the Clanin interests. ;
GUARANTEED STOCKS.
(Furnished by Edward B. Smith * Co.. N«l 2T
Mm street. New Tork.)
Bid. Asked. | B!<S.A3*e<i.
Alb & Sns...2So WO |il Coal Rpt 102 105
Alb & Vt.. .. 70 77 I Mar & Law.-SV* —
Allegh & W.I3S 146 I Manhattan . :_;» 131
Am T&- C. . 70 "*■ i Massaw Vv. . . i;s 14>>
At *C A L..153 IS_ MH & S H.IO* IS
Aug & Sav..lo« 114 Mobile &Ppf «7 77
AG& M M 65 78 |m&O SU: t -fs 75 84
Beech Creek. 9" TOO !Mor C <fc Bak. 55 *v>
BS & r F. . ID 22 | cc rr*? . 160 l<*>
Bost & A1b.. 220 226 I Morris & Ex 177 1«
Bost & Low 218 39 ' do cx iv. 9<? V-i
3cst *■ Pro- 290 880 ' Vat- & -.. iti too
X & Tth Ay.123 130 ash A SrJ^S —
Bk&a City-.IS-S 166 N;-v Lon N ***00 ~V
C 4 B C 0... 144 IS4 Xv & H c&p's<» 32T>
Canada So., •» 7?- 4 KYB&M Bpf.lOS US
Cata '.«' pf H2 l» N v
d o 2dpf...n2 VJO iNTMn'T'l'lOn _
Cay * us 215 223 ! Ninth A,ve ...! 140 isr»
C Cro_a*<r«-n 90 130 North Car 155 i*i
CPN&ER3O » North /xh'.i.tK IS
Chat a G...102 v* North v j «- "*.
C&E I I eft 4S 68 1 North Pena 197 ™
r^i^^-HS ! " iN«hw w a : i^ nl
c & lots sta i" 1 93 xorf <fc W«' "1A ~3>
C 8 i C pf.130 140 rtM c^lo n - W.S
Clev & Pitt,. 170 175 ££i A^T"~M
do srl bet. 04 101 S'iHß ,W J«
ifli | ife^ 1 1
CAPRpf.I32 H! iPWI»*G 4 Jt'Jw 13 °
Pom, River.. 2^ 27<> PSi^E..^ »
do rr" T» X . s ' ' 2
SSL-.VS ! - -
East Perm...130 140 I * ra - •: ; =«>
Elmlra & W.loi> 120 'p £ £' ' "!w -
do P ref....142 153 IfLr.* ££"^ : "
trie * X«, 223 M> « *»
Erl«. i Pttts.UO 1^ 4«nrt !l- -1 « ~
42d StAGSF.I-20 =70 So * A^ fe J S
rill I s«w>,(«i j
Hererr. rd ... DSD S T d | «--••«» "2
ill 2 mv, t: m ■ z> vu d n « S«s 1
818 i

BOSTON STOCKS.
cFumuh^ by R. U Day & Co.. X o . 37 w - u
•tree?.)
I stft aao
W«- a t T "* tk « ««
Vn She M . 4^,^ S^PdS SS?? ; SS ??? I
Arcadian M. 3 ::', M^. > ?^» 5'5 '
■!**» CiM. . s,. sa
Unit Fruit .ISS jsjk h » j,
Irving National
Exchange Bank
Strictly » CaßMßki Baas.
!>.„ crr-s Orcr Thirty Wilton.
W>* Broadway «nd Chamber* St- >~ T<rrt.
(jjrb Stocks
LETTERS
J, THOMAS REIN HAG £7,
Best Facilities for Executing Orders.
Offices 33 Broad St- N. Y. Overlook. £z£-p.
Boston Office 54 Devonshire St. Pr:vata "-■■•»
COPARTNERSHIP DISSOLUTION.-
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That Jacco Gcil-
Ram. Samuel Aronsrein and. So!c=i3r. Adtlace.
heretofore domsr business as Jacob GoMSae *
Co. ~ have, or; Juryr 3-> ItHO. dissolved rar^'rai^
CHANGE OF NAME.
SI'PREME COURT OF THE STATE OF NX'S
York. New York County. In tii» matter X
Out application cf Liberty Liqucr Co. «
authority to .-%'' "--'■ ram» to th- --*>•**
Liquor Co.: Notice is hereby given that ti«
Liberty Liquor Co.. a domestic corporatias.
having its principal bnsia-ss office in the Cfcjy
County and State of New Tork. w ill applr «5
Special Term. Part I. of the Supreme ova
New . York Count: to be h-Id in the <_ott=t!
Court House, in the Borough vt Manhattan
City of New York, on •--.- Sth a*s» of A'ig«i
1810. at 10:30 o'clock in the . forenoon ci '-*■
da" or as soon thereafter as counsel caaTi
heard for an order authorising said Co*
portion to change its corporate aam- to ■
Liberia Liquor Co.
Dated. N»w ■■-■• Jul" 11th. 191 C.
. - ÜBEETT LIQUOR CO
[Seal] by J. W. SUSSEITCLCK. *
Presid?^^
MISCELLANEOUS SECURITIES, j
{Furnished by Fr-<ierlc K. Hatch & Co. Xa'ar-
Broad street.)
STOCKS.
Dividend BUJmM
taoten MM -Q-J 5 117 13
American Chicle >f:4~i II 2?7 23
American Chicle pf Q-J « P9 JSJ
Am DM Te! of N 3.-- Q-J I 49 ?J
Am Coal Products . .. Q-.T « SSV"'"?*
Am«ricaa Press - .Q-J&Hx - £■-• ' ■.
American Thread pf J&J * 4^" "^ fl
Am Type Found deb M4N1928 6 1™ ■ i '~
Am Typ- Foun3 n»w. .-M&X1353 6 f« 'V I
Am T-.p* Founders J&T * •?«■-!«?
Am Type ■:rl-rs r. .Q->T 7 t*"s $$
Babcock & Wliccx ..Q-J T ST Ml
Ea-T!»v & Smith pf — 9T» 195
Borden's Can Milk. - BFStAEi — 114 t»
Border's Cond ilitk pf--tt-M « 103 MS
Bush Terminal — 35 £?*
Central RnMiti — * St
Central Fireworks pf — — 10 **,
Conn Rr t Light Q-F 4- "4 S3
Celluloid Q-T&Ex ■ 123 tS
E I ifc Pde Nomcirs.-Q-il * 1-C M>
Eldu Pd- Itani pf Q-J S •' * I
Eir.pir« Stee! £ Iron — D *•
Umpire Steel & Irar- pf — 8E Pi
Ha!! Signal eramon — «n tf j
Herring-HaU-Marvin . — «•' •
rnt'rnational Nick^!... — tS." ■». I
tntemationa' Nick-1 pf.Q-F * M «l I
Interactional Silver . _ — — '-r- I
Int-sniattonal Silver pf. .Q-J » ICS •- -*£* I
K-:-'r- Lumber p*- -•"--- — 5C' " s fei
_ ij
King? Co El L& V q-m - _• . -.1-" I
N'a: Cash Rerlst— p'.-.J&J T II? .13
NUes-&emer.t-P Q-M « ?-V"tJa»
Nlles-Bement-P pf O-F * 94* * 19*
Otis Ele%-a.tor A&O 1 fO 35
Otis 'Elevator pf Q-J * &"< TT*
Old L-ominion S S X£J * 100 V 8
Pacific Gas & El _ — — 84 **
Pacific Gas i El pr Q-J « X »
Pheips. D& Co — IPO T9
?cp« 3fana£actnrtac . . . — 57 19
Pop^ Mfc of . .—. — - _ r? I
Producers' Oil Q-M • 14* M*
Pratt & Whirner pf - ■>- 8 -10
Royal Bak ?owd<«r Q-M£Ex 3 EM 2*
Royal M Pnrd-r . Q-M • 103 !•
Saf-ty C '-' &L. . .Q-JIAIr * ■-' C*
>*r.-:-^ Chici-t — 13* 1*
Standard Coupler . . .. — — 35 \?~
Standard Millies Co — 10 #
Standard M: :::g Co pf.AiO -3 ♦> •
T«xas Company . . Q-M 12 IST l^
Texas a Paclnc Coal acnp •» 100- » E
Trentcr: Potteries . — ■»■ ■ ■ ••* |j
Trenton Pctteries pf — 59- v* J
Trentor Pot fnd» ctfs.-J&J 4 m stt& \
Trow Directory — SS-n'* 5
Union Carbide «.-•»**§
Union Ferry Q~J z C? - '** i I
Vnion Typewriter .— — — 43 "• 9 B
fnicn Typewriter Ist pf. a*o * ICS» !■
Union Typewriter 24 pf.A&O 7 li 13 f
•■••-•• Bank Note Q-J ♦ *° '• 1
T.'nlt?d Bank Note nf...Q-J • 50 »|
V S KiElshins com 5-J - 1- •
r 5 Finishing pf Q-J 7 107 ■ %
V S FtnJshins Ist J*J 191S» » l'» ]•
X-* S Firjishlnn cons JiJ 19C» R »>" U
V S Motor cota . — # ? «
U 5 Motor pf _ --> ** 1
V'.nrmiar Railway __ _ !7 *|
U>«t P« tSc ..-. IS * 1
HI Power 25 *»
West Power pr*f — '49 I i
•Ei dividend 1 jm> <s»at. tEx frtdsa*
per cent.
PHILADELPHIA STOCKS. :-§
4FBrnished by Charles r>. Barsey & C*. 9 - J ti
BroauS street. New York, and Me.- IS **^f*
4th street, Phi!adelphii.> " • -*,W
Bid. Asked. »<*-**:, i
Am Cem*nt. IT>»* 2o !L*J«!sii Nay.. » - &
Am Ry Co.. 4J 42H:Leh *: RK "4^^s*l
-*n^ >t^; 4.-.V* 43*4 IPMU Co *>"*. 5 1
CTrofN J72 7H I <jo pref .- , &
El S Bat Co 4t>»; s(^ ! Pe=r- R H Co«iS ***!
oCoofAm US 11% iPa St Co p!.IM. *-J*|
Falrro-t Tr. « 7 IPhlJa El CO 14 5 * ■
3»n Asphalt 24' i 25 IPhIU Ra? Tr '*• 5
do pref 70', 71 ismokaless P. » ?.S
ICoofN A 1» IS>4! Union Trac.. 44^ J»^
LalM S Corp 1» l^lfa Gai Imp ■41 ■ £
do pref.;. '.. .v» jxCeUbacb O- ST ." a
Am RTR T CU OS BS\»:PhUa r!ac 4S T5 '. gjl
N J cen Sa.liH 105 iPMIa C?> 3»-- *° ' ©
COBALT STOCKS. -,^
• Furnished by TV&rreo. Osowskt * Co-i-'^*^
Broad street.) - - * "^-^l*.
Bid Asked.; B*-*-f^
Araalsamat.. r.V. 3HILd Rose . .40* ;,*^2
g*»«r 7^ 7<iut«rxtpis.-l^^ v
Beaver Con. SOU 2i»Va ; McKlniey - - ft A 'ft
™* Stx 1 4 ! Nancy H«l«n |^'V,j>
Clamb-Fer!. IS WHljform sect* 31 -5 |
Ccf cobalt. 2^ 24 "Onair .J3 Is
•nt. r» ps k-J
j.oba!t ■ JkXe. 15 S 18 F«t«r*on Lake !-*?». i ,
'omaga. ...173 7CX. I R^ht of Way IT ' -' ,
■ rowK R«. 9 ..254 25» ! Rochester ..-1 3^-i
ter J >* 1= i<i!ver Leaf.. *:♦ 1,
" ffa «« » «■ ! Silver Bar... *» 4 I
C»» Northern t'» 14t5;iv*r CM«C3. , * ?il
»rcwi Mew r>4 - !T«rtlsJcaßMCS- ®- JH
Harsrave, . 17 Vs IS iTrethwey „tt* "^ I
Hudson Bay 75 SO (Watts -* -# I
K*rr X«a)c«..SSu 00 [ I

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