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Kurt-aneen i ? N. W. Harris & Co New York Pino Street, Cor- Wll?arr NEW YORK Government Municipal Railroad and Public Ublity Soils for Investment inrifiiidti, Uayton & Toledo Traction Company 5 Per Cent Bonds At presea! price ef $vf)i| for ?j 11000 Bond, payable In 19^2. Yield g Per Cent Bemirlty a saartsjasje ea tho property, in addition, guaranteed rental from the ? ?Hio ELECTRIC RAILWAY COM pant. Writ" today for Deeeriptlre Circular. CLAUDE ASHBROOK Member Cincinnati Stock Exchange 7 Fountain Square, Cincinnati \t i or? ki; , $200,000 STATE OF NEW MEXICO 6% Coupon Bonds IHK $40.000 July. 1013 40.0011 11*14 40,000 " 1015 , 40,000 " lili 40.0M " Itll Pall State Obligation. Lega: for New T-.rk Stair Savings Basks, Price mi Application. W. N. C0LER & CO., BANKERS, 43 Cedar St., New York. Attractive Hetnrii Baibstantial Brrarttj BSaaMa Bastf Appreciation v. :?. : ? raeai the Sfrar i aaaslafttfe iTeferred **/0 stock ef the American Public Utiiiti s Company aa a timely I nr est ment Al prenant n : j Under mai Kelscy Braver & Co. MTrll Williams, McConnell & Coleman, Bonds Stocks ?(. \ ,:l >t. |;i-, Nett York. First Mortgage 5% Bond of Public Utility Company On 5.30% Income Basis. \. gs 01 Set -1 ?hr?e time* ? rues s-r\ f ;-. diterslfled In tuiuc of Junior gj exceed* I of ou'.ftarulinK bonds. /??r* ???'irrt pf tMt? fr ???;'-/ ???? en s Ut M(s? ut ea eesMsjl si William P.Bonbright & Co. B4NKKKs Il IVhII "treet. New York. B<*ton. I i.niliiii. Philadelphia M?ler? (?mpanu DANHERS S Members New Tora S'tmk Exchange 00 Hroadtvaj New York Bonds for Investment ' //.' ILAi: 154 OS APPLICATION. Tenn. Ry., Lt. & Power Co. Common & Preferred Swart wout & Appenzellar S . mber? New York Stork Ki'hange 44 l'ir.e Straot Te!. John 5ii7u. Middendorf, Williams & Co. Member* \ Sew York Mock / .. , of I Itsltlmore Mock | ?seBSSBJS Investment Securities ?\ PINK ST., ISS ?.. fltmtlSn ST., New- York. Baltimore. Md. We Trade In Am. Tube & Stamping Com. & Pfd, DUDLEY A. TYNG & CO. Il P.i ".ni Street, ('hlrnffo. 'Phone S9.13 Broad. N'ctv \nrk. Wm.A.Read&Co New York Chicago Philadelphia Boston London L?CK?W?NNAR R.ofN.J. Dealt ;u by ?FFIN6HAM LAWRENCE & CO., \i mbera N?w York stock Bachease, 111 Broad war. _New York < It?/. TULAROSA COPPER "Tbc next blr, porph>ry copper mloe." laaportaal developments buth at tho mine and In the market are <lu~ Writ. f?r ii--tn.ii <f Company's prasartlee j,:.?-1 \t but thu nen -in ? HARRY E. THOMPSON & CO. Commission Brokers, 25 Broad St., NEW YORK 'Phone .TJi'..".'l T t?.I Market l-ettcr I Imr.ilat. TONOPAH GOLDFIELD NEVADA MINIXS STOCKS SI.ND I <?K MITIt'S 'TONOPAfl REVIEW llatoee P"K*e nf IntereKtlr.t; information. ttith now ma[i ..f Tonopah. .MAIIKKT I.KTTi'.Rs UPON HKQI IBST. WEIR BROS. & CO. ?ii IIKOAIJ >T. KKW YOKK. ' REVIEW Ai DIGEST j European War Clouds am Political Uncertainty Hang Over the Stock Market. By far tiie moat Important ?-?vent c UlS Hick Just ended, baring a dlrec connection arltli American mercantil and atoch market Interests, was th Presidential election on Tuesday, No ? ?/ember ?"?. The election of Woedroi ' Wilson SS Presid?-,it and UlS Oths i Democratic victories Uiroughout th ; country removed sil elements of dotil I regarding the queatloa of absolut ; D?mocratie rule for a period of fou 1 years from .March 4, LOIS, No Presl dent was ever blessed With SO abundan a heritage of promised good times o his election day as Governor Wilsor Th.- country echoes Brtth the sound o the factory and mill whistles, and th hum of the machinery from scores o Industries fa* behind in their deliverle ' tells Usa story of prosperity in all part j of the United States. Crops exceed al previous records and railroads ar I burdened srlth a volume of traffic "i I great that their capacities arc helm i strained, and the great cry now Is fo more freight cars. The people hav apogea; they have chosen their leader land on him and hiB political ?idviser , must be placed th? responsibility o | preserving the status of good times j Net sitie.? 1s!"'i has this country knowt s Deraocratlc Pr?sidant, and the mem Ory ot UM last year or nuire of Grove Clevatand'a second term occupancy o. the WhltS House is not recalled wit. pleasant feelings by the business met of this nation who were then Bttj in mercantile and industrial pursuit-. Mr. Cleveland was first elactad in 1884 and in some ways an analogy and con? trast may be drawn between that p*> , rtod ?md the present. One condltlor entirety different: ihe year 1884 , aras S panic year and failures were general among banners ami brokers, Th? Grant ft Ward failure, the Villani I failure, the squeeze of RuSSSll Sage, the . ion of Jam.-s R. Keane, ?loaini l,. doors "i the Marine National Hani-'. snd Ihe absconding of John C. Kno to Canada wars a f?W Of the dis-turbine ota which occurred in the spring ol 1881 The people were distressed and the election of Grove? Cleveland over Um Republican candidate, James g. 1 Blalne, ?a? the result of a desire for a change. It was freely predicted by Republicana that Cleveland's clee , turn would be followed by serious bus-l ii..1 st'.-k market depression, but - \ |-t in the early part of 188T? the : contrary was the result. There war?, however, a good reason. The country ...t: so thoroughly liquidated thai tlon naturally followed und a 'period of prosperity began. The corn rop of lss' had been exceptional^ ;, rge, ; ad by July, 1888, the railroads began to feel the beneficial effect? not 1 only of that crop but of a settlement | of the rate wars which had existed be? tween competitive railroad Unes. Th-i ! retail trade of the country began to i expand, Industries gave signs of de? velopment and the stock market entereJ One Of UM meal remarkable boll , movements <>f its history. Home quo I tatlons in July, 1885, compared With ?< - tullir of UM same year, will be ln tereatlng. N'r?' Turk Central In July was v.1?, in November it sold ?it 107**; i onsytvanls Railroad in July was 01*4, in November it was quoted at 111'1*; Chicago & Northwest? m in Julv was 81%, >n November it reached 11.Vv, Western Cnlon, from 59^4 In ! July, rose to ^l3? in November, and all I through the list the gains were on th? same scale. In the pn sent outlook the point of view is different. Prosperity has al j ready arrived, the stock market lias j been comparatively bullish, and UM in? auguration of Governor Wilson will not afford any relief from a strain and bur? den of hard times from which the peo ) pie hav? been suffering. Whether eventually this country will or will not be benefited by a downward revision of the tariff is not the question of the hour. The American business Interests may not yet have so far recovered from the effeet of some years of strain from 1912 to allow an agitation of the ques? tion to pass unnoticed. Already Mr. 1'nderwood Is reported to have an? nounced emphatically that he Is in favor of an Immediate revision of the tariff to get the subject out of the way. Governor Wilson has conic out with an assuring statement that honest busi? ness need have no fear. There seems i to be a lack of harmony between Gov? ernor Wilson and leading members of j the party at the start, and though Gov | ernor Wilson's assurance la encourag? ing it does not remove the question of an early consideration of a tariff meas? ure, and other disturbing problems which the Democrats have pledged themselves to solve. While It may be that business and the stock market may ignore the consideration of the j tariff at a anecia] session, it Is hardly ' reasonable to suppose that such will ! be the case, and until the country is ( assured of an easy, rational adjustment ?nf the matter there will ta a nervous i BSOB In the ?lr which will keep the ? market unsettled, in addition to BOOM j worries, the European uncertainty re? garding the early and peaceful ending IOf the Balkan ?struggle is again a ?factor. The sanguine reports that were I received fr i abroad up to Friday last Of the probability of a quick ending of I the war now appear to have been based | on a wish rather than fact. If Austria Intermiti?os! Nickel, Com. S l'ref. I lu l'ont ruwtler, Common S Preferred lii? m. mi l.rii|ilii?|ili?,nr. Com. a I'ref. I linsr Natiooul II.ink Nniii.ii.il Purk Hunk llordrn'x ( ?ndenM-d Milk. Com. & Pref. < iiiidh it?-M.iiirMiit, Com. a Pre*. S. H. P. PELL & CO. M- inb-rs New York Ht'.ck Kxiliangr. Deuior? in Unlisted hikI inactive s?-<-jrltie?. T?' 7?ii;.-.-t>-7-s.o Hanover. II Wall si.. n. V. DIVIDEND NOTICES. NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY 5Str? nr*Ht Board ol Director? gasa o PRCFCRREO 1 cU'*v **? fit? r..ri? coaarr Owinv?n 0'"i eneneil? ?UrUeaa el en? moteo ?o? tSi*?owner? HKiKi ttai oi ttt Ftelent? Caatri) Sxxk ol th* Compta?. paTirilt N*vtmr>?i*>0. ??ii,mSt>.lrtol<l?-i?oi f?cot? at 'ht flee?ol bati??*?,. Nceabe'H. l?l} ItaMtt'booki ?/III eoi be e. t BUCIII. Tretsvet and Hcrviu do not settle their di?.'er enees, If a holy w..r Bhoald lie carried on t,y the Mahomet? BJ and other pow? ers tire brought into tens?-; relations BJ n consequence. It must he exported Unit the mock markets hoth in Europe and bare will reflect si,un arhal seriously the ?ituntion. All of this ('.eduction is to ? i (logree speculatixe, ns this country nay ! lc> BB far advanced along lines which I have largely ?Uncounted the Democratic I victory, und in a way may BS so inde : pendent of indirect European iiiMu tncrs, that business will continue to i grow and prieta of securities in tin- iti ! vestment markets will advanc?-. Dur j tng last week at times the market gave ,'evidences of pood buying power and a j considerable alssttsnl ?,f strength, hut t it;- action was ao palpably profaaalonal j that small consolation was offered to ?the puhJlc, who arc waithiK (Of a defi? nite trend to he established. Until de? velopments have brought to th" surface a more clearly defined situation in f?'?r ?eign war altairs, BTSa though American j politics may he ignored by business and j the stock market h? re, transactions en : the Stock Exchange will be liable to wide fluctuations. PARTY NOW ON TRIAL In the. Saturday issue of "The Bsehs Revisar" the following appeared. "The Democratic party I? n?iw on trial. Jt has come Into office by rasSBfl of a well conducted campaign most skillul ly led by Its party candidate. It must not suppose, however, that the result is because of an overwhelmingly popular demand. Success was brought about be? cause ?ay about 6.5?*?,?)?? people voted the ! Democratic ticket, but It must be rs membercd that in ths M Ighborhood of t\'io|l,o00 other people were eppQSSd and voted differently and diversely. The Democratic party is on trial for four yeSIS with complete resaoiiKlbillt>'. I'pon the results of these four years its reten? tion in power dep>n.is. Mr. Wilson, by promptly assuring busi? ness men, shows his realization of lbs ii I that prosperity Is of the llrst im? portance ever? to a political party, By reason of blah prtcsfl >>f esaaniodltli - i a great discontent ha- groan up Tbsn ! BIS evils to be corrected In business und ? wealth getting und la politic,.i hosslain. ! but these ar< MM UlB r?'a| CSUSeS Of pop . i lar unrest. The hi^li IMMM "1 living I Bl : the Bottom of It all. and in at fat as i rifl | revision can renie?,y this, a Jnst reVtsloa : must be faced It ?nay be assumed fruto | the assurances given daring tbf pavlga bl Mr. Wih-on that this B?l b? j accomplished in a manner least unset? tiing to general bualaeae. That Mr. Wilson ?Mil !?? ai>;,. to carry i bui tassa pffsaalaaa unswayed b) any in? 1 rtuenct- mas I? BSSaandsd upon from ! past avMencaa <,f the resolution and Inde pendeni-e or Bis chai sotar. ? But much more Imps*, tant as a work | tor gnat statesmanship, to affect favot ably every enterprise and every indi? vidual, even to aiaasurably raducs ths cost of living, is the reform of oi.i bank? ing and curreiKj ayatsm. The irrrtsalt: and the ?ie.?ir^buit\ el hrlnaing tin.? shoal i.i far ahova that oi other objactlvsa i? fore thu country. Il?re Is .m B? ? oinplislunent of the , ure of Mr. Wilson's great abilities afl ? the success of Which would malt? i administration one of the greatest tin ; tli*- country has aVBf had.'' LIABILITY BILL TO BE URGED Sutherland Moves to Press Compon sation Act at Short Session. Washington, Nov. M atasaSssl Balhsr? ? land, of I'tiih. author f|f the Workman ? compensation bill ano chairman of the j lanployers" Uaniity CSsaasiaaloa. arhlcli i reported the BBBBSUfBh has s? t to ?vork to promote action on t;,< bill during short session of CoiigH-s?-. IVhlla not SVf I - sanguine concerning lbs outlook. Mi. Sutherland does BOt t'onsld? t it ciitii.ly hopeless. The bill passed III, genStS last session, (A IS 16. but did not get out of tin? Ho BM Coininitt? ?: on Judiciary, though a major? fry of the cornmltt?e an said t>, favoi It Three or four BaBnltsated BlaerOOl (ipp.-t tlon. The prsspsol of Bepraasntatlvs Brant? '.< y h ret?rela? Bl from the UOUSt aftSI He doss of Um peasant Congress makes ths inends of tne blli BBBsiOaSjIy BJUCtOUS tO obtain action during the ahSti BaBSlon. He was B BaSBBht t "t tie raWimlBBllIB which reported the Mil und la a?s,, a member of the Judkiury Committee. 1l?i not only favors the measure, but is In position to give substantial aid lo U In the House. e ? ? THE PRINT CLOTH MARKET. [By Telegraph ta rbeTrtbaa? I Fall Hiver, Mass., Nov. lo. The eiotli markets were steady last week, and a In!? prices were well maintained, the VSlttBBO of business that ?bh aSSSUtSd Brag ict large. Wide goods, BUOh at? ?itVinch, Ml (A ami C4>.?Vi. were in good demand and a good amount of MleSBSBI BTSS put through. There was activo (Jemand for other Wide makes, and ll Is r? ported that a fall amount of busln"ss was done. ThS COB? dltion of sateens and twills is 8B)CSUrsg' ing, and some milla thai make twil. peclally have either marked up the goods or have refused to qaofc A Ju<al mill had a strahle oid.-t put up to It last BTSSb for some twin?, but refused avsa Is ?piote, tha treasurer preferring to wait till pikes go hlgncr than are i ?-ihk VUStSd now. It Is reported Irom New Votk that a slight Improvement lias BBSB noted lor line good? and fBBliBB. hut as yet tin market for IhSBB ISStHaa has not i?-a? In i no o. 1 proportions. The New Bedfoi.l tnlhs make tin. large.it amount of la* and tine fMiicy goods In the count!}, aJl'l a1 - i ording to the reports Which have leen submitted to Ibe stockholders rsssatly. It has been shown that i ?militions l'or the ', ll?at tSfs years hSvs bssfl con aiders ! nelow nonniil and very Uttls pi?,III has ?been made. Th? agenta nn?i trassairara al thSBS mills bav? no* CBBCSBaSd the faOt thut un?- goods have I? en In little rail rin'i only a ine.;gre amount ol busin, biaa bass done la them, I Th? BSttOS Min mai k?ts hav, bOBB a?' Itlre, an?i Bptnnars report thai they have i refus ad to lavka ordara for ajsods arhl i ?tilled f??r asJlverlaa beyond January and 'February. Iluyns BSVS mat the prlcea Inani? 1 I)'.- sell?is, they rSBSSSIBBg it BUI that prices ara not t?? go dosrnarard arltb leottoB raanlfestlng f*ooald<trab?l strength. The raw- cotton inarm t MTBS '', i > strong last Wirk, an I this added sti etij-th |,, tin position assumed by cotton dot,is. Tiie following are th irlos lor last week: flf-lnch, ?iixG?. ic .tilnai. V-lnch, ClxW. :iV\ nominal; l?-lnch, Mx?'.a, J1?.;. :<7-lneh. MxK, ;',< fMn? h, :*xb2, ,i'%c; ! 3?H-lnch, MaSi .,'.'?; ?-Inch. >*\~::, t%t, I NEW MEXICO TO SETTLE BONDS. Albuqueripie. K. M , Nov. 10 l'r.llow ing B three* dsys' BBB8BBB of the State l.o.m ?'ornmisslon in Banta Ke, a setilenntii was rsashsd yesterday bstsras th<- oom? mission and Krd s. Colar, Bl Celar & Co.. New York, by arhl? I, the Btate will, on De cember P>, issue b1,129>.O0B ol ?tate bonds to ink? up the railroad imnd Indebtedness of ?liant an?! .Santa Ke counties, Which lias BtiAid tor thirty years. Executor Trootee Chartered 182S? The Farmers' Loan and Trust Company, Nos. 16,18, 20 & 22 William Street Branch Office, 475 Fifth Avenue, New York. TYiamn* 1B ^,y'k?tm^8?,?? P> WV. a PABia 41 Boulevard HsaistnsnB LOIDOfi 26 01d Bwa? 8trwti ? o. '?SSSSS -si Travelers' Letters of Credit. Foreign Eichange, Administrator Guardian Following is the usual table B'vinfl the lumber of shares of all stocks dealt in last week, together with the highest, lowest and final prices of the week, the net changes of the week, and the high and low prices in the year 1912, with the high and low prices in the year 1911: _ Ne. i? i I aliare* , l'iv. i Uiv.| tolrt. lute yiel-l ?? I (quotation !??- ji-1. i I'.ik. sad. Nuv. s/u llllgii. I Uiw. it.'l.ue. I.SOU. 8,000 83s.suu ? 71*?' 4 !.. Il" 5 BSD ? 12.8)0] - 4.5I7J 6 .'..."^11, 2 lmii 7 3,2001 ??-Hi ? 10,600 BBS a ?m u 1,'lUU .'I I. Stsj 6,030 2.300 : l.-i ; ! .??', 57,000 4 Tim 7 BOO ;, 1.200 12 l'?-)l 0 3 n-.-:. . SOW 7 ? ..... ? , 1 M?. no 7 SOO 2 24 570 i. -'?i- 7 34. WO 2.000 1,000 7 i BU MM , Mm 4 11,400 2.320 4 suo 7 i i-" .-, ? ?U0 44 l?H. 1,100 B0.4MOI 10 too] ?a C4.Hi ,Vh i ; i... ?i ? .. ? . : i ; IM . i?.. I II too ? ? . 00 I ? I ? 0 -, ? .. : .... v 70S ? ..: TOO T t .. ? . set ? 14 ?.--I SI. 100 :????? . ?? ; i ?"< Tim 1 400 am n . .?.. i MB) 7 ? ... <?-?. 4 . -??? I'?. 7 II - 7 - 0 72.tjOli 2 500 aao .1 0001 1 SOB SOB I aoa ios ios i ." : MO I IOS ' 800 an in :?m, i 12.1 ? ? 1.90(1 UNI 4.620 ' If?. ?: 4 | n | I.M. < 65.000 a 40.1 : roo ; 1 70S 2 4'? ? ; 4011 1 22 soo a .1 tl?l 15,200 il seo I f BOO - i.sool f "?es' : 7 NNJ I1 H?, 4 1 n-- .1 -?Hi 4 17.7001 7 1001 : 700 lfti 4 ano i2.*on ?' i.son ? Too f 4.?'HI I '.... 2. Km' in .1 ir... ?It I -.'HI 1 I.I 87 ado 7M. i<?> n 4 II I.HI l.fcVI 7 - ;i n i mi i .vm 7 1.into li 200 500 .?. 8 liH ?j? nun M.4'N. 7 100 ?.', IB 0 4. "?'"i ?'? 1.100 :, :i" a ? .. I. I.4VS1 ft I. 100 - ?_'?.., mi i I.70B 500 4 10 .T.. i'!?" 4 ."<" I.i l?fl BOO 1 ."'?? ;; :i-?> ?Jl HI ?on 1-4 ' |0J ..I'll Ussfl lAllla-ChaJ SO pd.... 1% | ? | SS 2J |.?i pr.! lu Si I 7.17|AmaJ Cvpper., K7S| I S.SVJAn Asr . h-.ulral.. 5*1 | k.tsj \m Beet .-uKiii ... i 117 i I ii.i?i -in preferred. 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M.. 144', 4 . ? do Lesead Um 4 SBtj Mo K'ln ,v Ti-\. . 2H', fl 88 do prefi rred M Misetwrl PadBe.... 4?% ft .14 S'aUonal Biscuit. . ISO4 ft.?vi iio acefetied ... I2.".'a N.it i:imm I stie. B? 4 72; Satin,,?I j... ,. 1 . ?4?4 ft .16 ?in prefetn :. ?! 10 N 1! H <.' M -.! pr. 27 S ft v? .\.--. ida 1 ,,;i 1 ,>p .. 284 1 N V Air Brake, .,, 124 4 .14 N V 1V1 If?) . IT. ft.H). N V N |f a H . . 1874 N v Oal * If eat.. SB? 8.M \ V stat? Ria. . .. ihi'4 4.S3 Norfolk a So ithern 47',! :. 24 Norfolk ,?. Western. li?S? 4 4< -lo prefi rred. ?-O1-*' 5.so North American_ f.*. 1 -V7.'. Nor 1 m.m Tr .:? L.,! 804 ' ft..v.i Northers PactSe.... 1. - Ontario --iiv-r.' 2',| Pa< ill ? Trl * Tel.. .1 51 ft.!.| do 1 rrff-rr?"!. 101 l'a-In Mall 14 4 ?ft r?M,nr.\!\?ml? R I?. 1244 .?, 'fi People'a Qaa a c. US7,1 .*- ? PCCI -t L..... I"1-', Plttsl n rti Coal ... S3 8.41 do preferred .....) 04 ' 4.fN? i' l-ilili.i 1 .. 210 Press? -i Steel r?r . ? ? . lo pn fi-rred .... loi: 4.WI Pullmsn Pal ' 'ar .. 107' Rl Steel Bprino 's Raj 1 -.ti 1 ..' pei 32: 1 51 llfd.llnr . 174 4 17 do 'M preferred. , I i?7 RepaUle Ir n ??. s ! ?n,:i 7 f2 .I,, prefeired.. , . Rock Island .... 27V do pn f-rr. ! . IS a 88 Rum< :. pn I 1034 Baakeard \ir Lase, si*4 ? I do prefei red BOS "?t l. S Sea rran. 88 80 let pr. frir.fi i.. 2d pn fei.1 :t7 i st IjhiI?. B*westeTB, i"'4 1 21 P? .r II n hui ' ... 221 Plosa sh. rr s x 1 r,.4.i Heath! rn Pai ISe.. 1184 Southern Railway, 80*4 .. 13 1I0 . ? ferrad. S3%? 7 ??7 Blend .1.1 Mil Ins it S3 Vi ?-i ..11 Uaker ro, 13tt 3.80 V'titi- ^??. ? ' ??; 1 , 1 I : -, I Tesa? ? Pacific 284 4 0-' Tesa < ' 'on 1 u\ . 133 'I lur-l Am- P It. M ? ..'.-1.. Rye A L .. 7 Totedo st 1. & \v 11 . '?? pn ferred .? 184 .1711 I'nderwood Trpewr. 108 inii'ii Uni.? S 1'iipcr. ! 1.1'., 8 :?' do ii'-rf-rrcil.?? ? :> s.1 inion Paclfle., I7B*4 4.12' ?lo preferred. 92 7.04 inlie.l Dry tloodi I0J ?1.48 ?I" pesferred. l<i? I ? United Kvh Invrft.. XS'?. I _ 1 ?Jo prafen-ed. ?? ! ? S C 1 Pipe ?fc Pj>? ??? I 8.461 'In preferred. ?3 [ - - If s Repress. "1 I ? O ladva Mi-oh',l.. 55 i 1 ft 10! t S H?-tilty & Imp < 7 ;: V I Ral her.' IM ' 1 7 4.'- 'lo tft prrferrnl.. I 100*4 10? . 28 71 1004 4il 105' U 171 214 117 4.1'i 10341 108 SIS ?>IS 173% 214S llrtW 140' M ? 1 ? , 133? & 14 3*4 - 844 40? 14" Si 55 inn 1344 loiiV 20" ?.?ti? 7?'il 1144 ISO . 84*4 4ft 1404 P ? > . I .: 100 204 SSS ? 24 '. ?? . 142 M ?>. sas 64 44", L'U 124', 00 m% nu 2S4 Sll 1154 l.M'? ? ?OS 411 114' 1144 Ml 4 Vl ? - : -? ". ? 12:.'4 2'4 r.o I'M 12! 1314 1104 HI 124 4!l''4 1'H I117 23 '. '.'.i ? 37' 314 !? 14 in .1 01 . 111 108 '-?' . i'i S3 ? 8 '. 3SS 2'17 .-4 Hi''1? SB M - 13 1141 IOS S3 re 804 aa ini-, inf.7.. 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M? 4::', M M .17 24 1264 .1.-. nus 84? 014 541 .10', I!'7. 12 14 -i 0.1 I? 1? % 1634 ?i? 07 4 nil's sa? 52 It M? ?4 21 05% ?"', lui il."."-?~.""j Safe Deposit Vaults The fire and burglar proof vaults of this company, located at the street level, are thoroughly equipped to g ve protection to securities and valuables of all kinds. Boxes rent from $5.00 to I300.CO per year. Guaranty Safe Deposit Company Fifth Avenue & 43rd Street (entrance through FIFTH AVENUE BRANCH O G?. ARaNT. TRUST COMPANY OF EW YORK) I I WEEK'S REPORT Commercial Agencies Bring Good Tidings of Activity. In Its review for the week "Brad street's" report says: "The Presidential election has come and Kor.e, with the barest posafbla spparent effect upon trade anil Industry. Neither the election itself BSV lt.s results, sweep? ing ;is they were, have thus fur Changad the optimistic un?lertotn: previously char acterlalng trade sentiment, th?.. altaatlon in this raaassl praseattag one of the mest notable economic plien?)mena of recent timer-. In short, natural conditions colnel <!"iit with heavy ciop yields and conse? quent heavy consumptive requirements continue predominant In trad* and Indus? ' tn.;.l Ctrl los. Buying Is large, and In lines that may in the long run toel the effects of prospective tariff re visions busit,?'-* i -.utilities heavy, uit'i no talk of cancell i tlons. Trad? In ?tapie lln.'s Is aetlve, with ? tils for Immediate shipment a featur?-. a i.tie Bpsrattona for forward delivery are, ' enlarging. At the aama time, demand for ? holiday BjBSdl la increasing, and in ihe dryguoda lino is nissisfor novelties ?uit I ahlo for ths forthcoming festival BBBSBfl Bf ??"?l proportions. Incidentally, report arsJI ?tile?! order ?.?inks, arhlcb lasares a compar?t! eely lo.ig ; ipaH of active operations. CSflBplCttons in ; thta rcapsct ar? Iron and steel plants , 'lour mills, furniture factories and lumber mMa Two essential articles, COB] arid groceries, are In brisk demand. arbJIa BBBdfBl commodities as drygoods, hats and taps an?l ahSSS and clothing are tie bag takSB !n lolUBBs. not only for pros?'..t hut for future ?aqulrsBaenta a? ar? 11. Be tall trade, though manifesting mor?- ?ir ?ess backwardness BrhSTB BBSnUkS WSStB ?r bss pa a a ailed, has ticen benefited ov?r a wide area by lower temperatures.. All hut a very few sections contribute favor? able reports, the BSgSttVsa being furnish.,! by B comparatively .-mall urea In ths Booth Atlantic slat??. As heretofore. i>! latlvely most activity is visible In the Northwest <'entra! W.-u an?i Sotithwvsi, u;,?r, Ijr?? CfOSS BOUtlBUa t?' BBSfft bS? p-flo-nt Influences. Traffic over the mil? rsada i? enormous, grain ahlptneati being ?,;' record proporthrns, while Balai for ? fil ' are no large as to tax railway racHltlsa m th<- utmost In fa?.t, some roads eon?1 plain O? illas?III!J In pettlnt; back th., Ir I empty essl rshwnlas. and f?>r that n SSSBS carriers are loath to let cars leave their own Unes." Dunn's Review has the following: "With the Balkan situation less menac? ing to world peace, though still serious. Bad with the uncertainties of th- national election at an end, the hH Bill OBS outlook is !mprove?l. Thuj Is reflected in the In? creased buoyancy of the financial IBS IBS! a titid in the continued expansion of trade and Industry. A situation that Is BSSSd upon an unprecedented BBBVBBBBBt of wheat atid a rnord-broaklng production of pig lion CBfl be described by no other a M??? ?linn 'prosperous.' I-ivery department ?if bsssBsaa aapsaiancas the uplift and as? i BSJaSiSB BrBBBh. result, first, from IBS tremendous crops, and, second, from the restored confidence and credit. While the ultimate size of the cotton crop is still In ?liiubt nr.'l while there ha? been some low eritiK ?,f estimates on account of frosts. >et it Is probable that there will be a veiy large yield. The production of corn prom? ises to be much In < xcess of 3,0()0,000,00'l bushels. Pig iron production in October .?mounted to 2,689,933 tons, as againat 2, 463.833 In September. The iron and steel trade continues to expand to the full limits of capactty of production and trau- pottatlon. The railroads, confronted with stupendous traffic, aro contracting liberally for 1C13 requirements. Their lisas earnings In October BhOWfid the sub? stantial gain of 6.9 .per cent over last year. All October statistics bear witness to the notable activity In all branches of trade In all sections of the country. Oc? tober bank clearings gained 27 per cent over last year, an?l in the first week of November the increases were 9.1 per cent over 1911 and 18.7 per cent over 1910. It Is noteworthy that every section an<l every principal ?Ity report gains. "fhS drygoods trade, both in cottons and wool? lens. Is ai'tlvc and strong, an?l while IhSfS I- Mime check to retail distributing due to IBS weather, the prospect Is for Christ? mas trudlng OB a scale never BSfSfB reached. The shoe trade Is also active. Leather and hides continue very strung. Building supplies are In active ?lemund. The pap??r trad? continue* to Improve. There Is a steady demand Bor bituminous ,;nd anthracite coal. Chemicals are fairly active. Foreign commerce maintains Its heavy movement, amounting In New York during the latest week to $37.685.487, BgsJnat $36.101.Git In 1911 and tSMIt.? ts?>7 In 1910. While exports were nearly equal to last year, there was a large in i-rease In Imports, amounting to $-'.:,423, 893 during the BfSSh " BANK EXCHANGES. Bank ? learlnps continue to reflect a r, marknhly larga Volume of payments through IBS hanks, notable uniformity In in?. Kali'? indicating trail maintained asst? BCSa Bl nearly all the l*a?llng trail, BBB? TO THK HOLDERS OF lafg Buffalo and Lake Erie Traction Company First & Refunding Mortgage Five I Per Cent. Thirty Year Gold Bond?. The Baderstgnad BBVi agreed to act as a ! Oeaaaalttae for ti,e pr>it*,-tiun of the tnt?r?-?te of the holders of tli?- ??ove-namei bonde. goadhelBara ara taeMsi promptly to deposit their smtSl with the Committee's t>?-poa1 tary. THE BQUITABUB" TRUST COMPANT OF NEW YORK. No 37 Wall Street. N??r York ?, Ity. or with ths Suh-Depoaliary. tha OINABD niUST COMPACT Of I'HIl-A DBLPHIA, Pennsylvania; transferable c*r ttSeatea of deposit Will b? Issued thertfor. The d?po.?,t BgfBeBMBt provides that tha holders of cert.?lent.a of ,i<-poslt who may bs diaaaUlaS'etf with any plan submitted by ths e.inimltt'f, upon payment of a proportionate part of the aapaaaaa <>( the ?'ommlttae ?but not exceeding a sum erjual to one-half of one per cent, cf the par value of the bonds rep ; r<-s?nted by such certificates of deposit) snd ' Interest moneys ad\ar e<3. but without c?.m I prr.aatlon to the Commltte?. for Its services, ! may withdraw their d. posited borc!s wlthlo | three weeks from the cotnrr.enceniei.: of the ' publication of notlc- thai auch plan haa be*n i adopted ami '.,?1?, 1 frith the Depositary or Sub-Depositary. Arrangements have been made for an ad? vance on or after NOVEMBER 11TH, 1912, to the depositors of an ?mo'j::t equivalent te the Interest due November 1st, 101'.'. Copies of the Committee's circular and ef the Deposit Agre? nient may N obtain?! at either of the abov?-?i:i-:v ,1 Depositaries Dated New York, Nove.nber 2nd, l'JTC. AEVIN ?T, HUM H. Chairman, AKTIIIK V. MOKrON, W. N. ELY. HARRISON NKSBIT. Bgsllflg K. TEI.I EK. RODMAN K. GRIM Oil, < onim ttee. BAattTaTL aXJfSTBONO, laaratary, 1$ Wall Street, New York. (MUi.aiN BSSKMAN, Mi:v,-'"v & OP.I8? COM. Ceaneal to the Committee. I CAN LOAN ON atORTOAOg ?1 SBS TO 13,000; suburban dwelling. ACKERMAa, I 1^7 Oreeawj i. ??_ Registry of Public Accountants Municipalities, corpora? tions, firms, business men and investors are realizing more and more the impoi tance of safeguarding their interests hy the employ? ment of responaible public accountants, equipped by experience and character to render impartial audita and accounting investiga? tions. NEW V? IRK. B< '-TON. Mlll'IHs T. I II M It 4 ( ?).. ?CCOCNTANTW AND FN?.INKER*. ?II Bran BO CHUB' H'BT._Tel ??A-* Qt*\ \). i in i: HIlMim, ( P. A.. Audit.-?, hi, in? |al aaaultatleaa Sp?cial investigations E\i?:-t Publie Accounting loa ttroaiiwa?. Phene Beetee ?OTI. CERTIFIED AI DIT CO. OF IMBRICA. (erttned i'ulill, Accountant? and Audit???. EDUARD M. m ANS. (. p. A.. Pre?.. 196 Fifth Avenue. New York. Phon? Qramen?r I20S-7. IMMLU A co. M "'?h Avenue. Tel. C.recle? M >V. A. n.KMINO S III. Publie \, roumain? ut,?i Auditors. Modern Accounting Bysi ' ? ?$ sud it.?tailed. 35 Naaaan Ht.. New York. Tel CortlandtBMl ?? ' i . ? , ?^^^^^ tres o? the country. This seek total ban* exchanges ut all principal titles in the United States, aa compiled by "Dun's Re vlew," aggregat??! I3,f? :,W>,He, an inert?? I of 9.1 per Mat, as compared with ?SS | same w,-ek last year, and of III per cent, ? ns compared with the BBsTeepoadlBf **?*? In I9'.0. The total was reduoad to some extent owing t?> the fact that moat of the large BtflhailgaB at the 1,'inJlns citiea were clos?^d on Saturday as a mark of respect to the late Vice ?"resident BBAf? ' man. Bad while this especially affectid I clearings at New York City that centra report?'?! gains of 8.9 per cent and III per cent, respectively, over the t??> pre Oedlag reara Th?? returns from the out Bide dtleB are als?) very ?satisfactory. | tii*>re being a gain <>f M per cent evaf last year and of ^i.8 per cent, in ?cm parlaos with two year.? ago? New llr* lasas .uni Isa | raaeiaco report aonaa loaa > amparad with lyii and LoulavliU with 1910, but tasas loaaaa detract ver> slightly fr?,m the gratlfytng exhibit as a 'vnoi* as thSf BIS probably, in great part da? to t? niporary lo?'al COB-iltbuis. Ofl >h9 other hand, the pronounced expansion la general commet rial sad industrial ac? tivity Is wry Olaailj shown by tli? aulv Btantlal nains tliat BIS until?' by such IBB portant ana wideh aepsrated cestrea aa Boston, Philadelphia, Halumor?-, l'itt? burgh, Cincinnati. Cleveland, ?v ?i'.cag?. Minneapolla, St i.ouis an?l Kanaas CM average dally bank exehangea t"r die year to dato are glwn below for thxe? I ? .?r?: 1!'I2. 1?U1 ISISX N >vember. Its? 313.000 $:al7.?i37,o<iO |A;V.??T.?S? October..... .'rfiii.srM.tMni 460,211.?J00 i;.?"1*" A4 quarter. I.W.H?3.00U t3tt,lMl,<3oti 41?j.*?TS.?JS ?-M quarter., sk?.lus,000 ?8.Vi>8t,000 4T'J '.?."-i.** Ut quarter.. ttU.2Xi.itOO ?T0.?7.1.u0 3 " KAILROAD AND OTHER STOCKS (Continued). HI?. yield | I Quotation record. I I wk. end. Nov. a'19 Net I High. ? Low. I Close. : change. Range I?.! [h- l>.w- Hlgii- I** t. , aft e?t. I ea^ Rangt 191 Hlsh Brei Jl.l ?..-IH, aoo! is ;:," ?OBI 1.SIMI 1 V?K. BOO 100 H.fl.1 a. ta 4.T.", ?.Of R h7 0.84 I.S9 ?..?.I S.ln f,. M I.BQ 4 v< fl.tlO .XI H.?m ! | Iteel. ? i?> preferred ... i tali copper . \ .1 I ',,; ? lieintcal .. ..i i refi rred . Va Itv Ar Power... (a preferred. \'a Iron ?.' A C.... Vulcan Detin pr.., \\ in.;.- ,1 . do preferred . Wella i-'atgo Bap,,, Westera xur?. Ian i.. do prefei red. Western L'nlea Tel Westlngliouae Mfg. do preferred. WooUerth ., do preferred . wheeling * L I ?Jo l?t preferred.. de i',i preferred, ? Wiaconaln Outrai., ?And extra. Total ?ales for the areas. 3.<XHi,3?0 aharee.