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TOPICS OF THE DAY
IN WALL STREET
Financial District Grows
Cheerful with Advent
ot \ew Year.
trading IGNORES
THI rXDAMSON BILL
raj Mom \ I MM, Renewing ai
3 Per (ont. Break an Old
lime Tradition.
?
?Hfeel a sense ni
The
map . come in the late
Mock market began
not f ng to re?
pay
'{armar..e i
, the .in swaims ef
..d upon Wall
ng iho nl|
rtt.i ' '
V|tJf ; that may have been
.-'oBpo-' ' a feeling that the
aj''t?' '? ; ' ' b* ^,''"
tt 've,-., be worse, than
'
rj? :vi' renn has
,trf v,, sin and more real
Arlirnann'? ( anl BU!.
. 1^1.1.
,. a bill
? lay bc
,???14? s - ' **une
any ai
ued by the
.???ro*?? Derntien
probably
?,? thf I .red by the
SsMBB si " <? Interstnte t/ommrrce
caused 1 i mment
? t. The bill
i ?? -\
annual
?a rtnight airo.
v culty of
"hard
-vii.ho.1
:t rsake ?1 road to
?si? riiua ? H SJ ir.de
faiedfr.t rompa rn the coal
ajera, (bet ? ; having a prac
m.
Minimum?.
? ne chaii :
B mim
"e mis
.n the
? a that
producer! ' the poli
eirs that are modifying them from
ti?e to t!" ? ? ' I rlain
?rt; ?? dn the market
f-.ys frankly
?if.- ? ? ' pri?es were
: OUtside
The im
f the gcr.
?? to exceed
a am prices
, ? equil
-
htc having
e their col
... .
chine? ?1 -untie*, are
B
toBmor. : ? ?rd reopened.
Old Tradition Urnken. .
? - teril
?n the Is?' : ? r is another
? -a? not
f itory, but
illy new
? 1'n.Ted Si
? m'e was due
? ; !..
be doubted
there
i:i PORTS
TRENEW YORK TRUST COMPANY
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It's Gunrnnteed.
^UiloruJ P.,e> hr.t Colu?,
have been m ?th. r >,Hrs. there will b
? reentren? ramillni lim i
cali lona rntea at the lattei end ef an,
rutur?.>,ar. Bean? thingahneeheea den'
away with tor a-mu?. ef an- aboul t
pa??, and one of them is an erran, eal
money mark"!
Insurance WuKa for Ships
l.Miience that the diplomatie cone
, ?pond* i England la likely ta b
Ing but th* m* i. . \.-r, , in let
tei writing thai
situai
la pen t< i
?-el onl) have cotton shipper? lodge?
rantili
? ? da upon tl
' Gen hare
Joined in the remonstrance against the
Engliah gorernment's mar.: .
reholegieaJ h
an ports Marine Inauranee men
? i ?
! them
?i as prop. ?
it t to-thi
? t ?rnr risk 1
I to the neutral -,
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told further that tl ?
to th* apen to
them, ? \
a n.
COTTON CLOSES
| YEAR STEADY
Lasi Quotations Show Slight Net
Oains Old Contracts Under
Syndicate Price.
; holiday condition, prev?
?tor. market yesterday, b
close was steady, net unchanged to :
points
liquidation and a lit ?
Belling
enough te suggest any change m the
general situation, while I
modei
foreign connections and
realising :
' i v Yors ' irket ?rill
reopen foi
' it Liverpool and '-?
? d until Moi
It aras the first notice ,'
old atyle January ,
short notice day for I>ecemher con
lar notice -
i-c learned, how
,vero issued against any of th?
counts, and the near months were rels
quhr-t. The leal ? e old
ct was at 1 30c, oi 20
points under tl - h the
? ?
rpora
tion when the axchangi
for business last month.
itheru spot market? a? officially
? .1 were unchanged to 1-10C high?
,
Local spot "cotton quiet
at 7.80c for m
bales; delivered on contract, 2,700
bales. Local contract
? d?\.
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Ll.erpoo! aeet I I
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Afl'iat s
.??i?t Aaaeai av
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WHEAT UP IN CHICAGO
Export Business Sends Prices
Up?Other Grains Follow.
ig . i '? II, Big estii
- ? of ?heat tu Europe i I
twenty-four hours changed I
from feet. gth. As
ettled,
night.
Other lead bowed
a net gain corn. '. r- to
c to l*Jac, end pr...
Totals on the amoui I ?? " heat
??? and '!<?*
announced i gured all the way
0,000 bushels. In
?
? of 476,000
wheel
?
bidding sharply i ?orten . and
that I
little mon- than half as much l
the corresponding daj a
! Quotations foil*
Waeai no H ? !
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Mai
Mai
NEW BOND ISSUE LIKELY
Wall Street Hears St. Paul
Has Financing Plan.
? Milwaukee
: . ... ' ? would
VM-hm th? B?l !.Ith
to hit wren
I
?1 a,,d refunding mort? .
tors he! I a meeting >< '
uneei
le, bu1 it wni admitted
aa under ronsid
lune 4 lau the St. Paul
ander Its general and refunding
rage which were not offered 1er
public
,larl) successful, and St v.as
bonds
back tu the coiiiii?nv und. r
. pecial '" w,th th<;
iss of
cent $10.00o,o('O issue of Chicago
rthwestern bondi th? Bi
management considers, it is B
Mood, thai the time is now mon- pr*
. to -ell i!> -ecui:':es._^
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CLAKh. ODOK A ?O.
PRICE MOVEMENT
IN COMMODITIES
Cirain Markets Buoyant
and Higher at Close
Coffee Gains a Little.
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GENERAL NARKET REPORT.
i rear,
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Ml, Mja
Compared ?
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bul the
e ?a* inn. and Una
It ?i. ratltnati .. ! ascre
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a
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ed . ? f. to arrlre.
?i nominal OATS? The
market ??.a tlr ? . i r?r k.,.| , on .
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... i ? a, cash nai
i.. i ? li iffalo.
BAKU
Bl < KWUEAT?Qulel Jai
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July 1.
I'orr,
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NEW YORK PRICES.
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Ma ', 1S6S
CONSCLIOATEO WHEAT.
T*ter
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INTERIOR RECEIPT
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To da?
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SfABOARD CLEARANCES
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f 101,'R AND M CAL.
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II
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HAG
III I
Mil.. g, 160 in
...K?, IM 7".. brau 1
Hour , ? . ? . ??elm.
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t r do, I ? ?
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cor 111
The 11 sa* m '
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PROVISIONS.
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intarfcl Krai.I.
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COTTONSEED OIL.
I
oi Dir Produce 1 i
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n.inpan-l ?. ? . J ? ' ?
Tetter
fir I. s day
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f .-in ?l 4 OK. ' 'nilgai.
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c?ai n U.H Uj? I Jilt ft P?tdt? lUiiali? (M SMI
W I.HAI.I OP Till: IltlHI MS urn
or milis k\ii g
December 11, , e.lrr.Ui . a li.?e 101.7.'!
I lea-em tier BJ !0? 7**
?rne week *(. .... in-'.7?:i
line ?ear ago.I IS.?H:{
Jtil? .lu.104.42.".
July ?D.|II!I!HI
lllah far July. laSXISg
l*w for Jnl. .101.425
lllah for June .,... IM.741
I ow f.ar June 111,|lBJ
Illfll. ?ear to dale . . |<ll 101
I in?, wiir lu ilaln ISS NI
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*'l III KI..I. IMll -IKI XI s
Dei.-inker SI, iralrrdai'i i lii.e 'III.MO
Droenili.-r .'in. . MJM
*>lle week H(i> . ?UlSU
*)ne j ear ?|.i .7.VB7S
J"i) N . ?; *::
July S? .71.30?
lllah fur July . ;? ::ii?
I ?>? for lui..?7.427
Ml?li for June. 7?.771
I ?v? for June . ;."i ;.i? i
HiKh ?e?r to date . . si BM
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TBUITS.
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POTATOES AND VEGETABLES.
, ; :.' SB ririn, Istta ? . -?
and n Ina. I. lowsi Ii ,'l A
!??!.>. Hern. . !?. No I, hhl. I
s? lb. 11 i'.-.Jl ?J; i.at, }, ,0
ill ?! -, .??!:.?<:. ?talc
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HW1.KT I'll lAim.v ? i
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1 I Ht* ,,r rr.l . .
I \ < > I; Cut.?
AKIH Hural.s. i Hlfon I?.
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.. IIKA.Nr*, bttket, $! <i '?), Hill h
-i l.s HI'kOfTH ??. ? ? !.. , Hl.n-5. lu?
I ? : bbl, flat II ?i;
l \UHn' . I
N ?). : Li? tiuurlu-?. $.,.?. '.,i, iitskrt, ;:??!? II. Ber?
muda, rrt ? | .il I.KHV. rloi
itate. ?sse.l | , ? Aim u.i -
i.. la Bead !..,. J.?.iH
lliSirtl - i Ai L.IKLUW
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?mi . basket. }. ? ?> M l'l.i TI RM, Fla, bos, * .
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m|2; PARHLKT. eurly. bbl I*.??*'.?, lullan, ?.'
i ? raw. I! . .. KiiMAisi:, ria,
?i al: ?? S Or. bbl, ?l t?iatla <t: llermu
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POULTRY ANO GAME.
DBjratrCD I'm i Tin R tttvn 4 aaai I am I
oi ? and mantel quiet. Turar?? <a?ier. but
atartat i ' "''?? for i*in-v a
W--t.rn ?a ?I ll.a' ?a'Ure. I?u. k?
I'l HI.I.'. - lid li-i
an i Jer?e\. :..- .- bant tnd I
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SUI'AHS i rlni. ahite, dot |
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fair. I'll?'.
i . ?t. i,n lr?.-ta
mini, of wiii, h il ?,-r' uni ?
IHICKKSH l ' !? -. . ||>VM
S...I- i, ?i- .. n itki \
DICKS rtaie sprint l?.alTi Weatem, I? n
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I.IVF.STIMK MAIIhKTS.
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BEEVES.
Ii. t*a ? ?tad; I -"an I Ttrrl? Nf ri?'l.ei
.V.. tra.lln? lo rl?x, F.-t-i;- * dull Dmsc4 baaf
dull at . ' - ?ides.
CALVES.
iir .?',,- II ? ;.-... *', ',- ssit. No t???? . ?
. I ?Old ?' 111 [?-r .
rull lmrn>ar.| rait*? at $.'.. dre??r.| ealtr.
. . a fe ? rhoi I
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al |ll i- . !,a-ti)trd .air..- IM Bat. |.
SHEEP AND LAMBS
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a. ?.'-,? lie,
at 11 - ' Itet
iViui.irr i!'. ,^i
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HUGS.
? . all f..r atei | I
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1
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bulk. H ii
a> Wl ? ? . ' I
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plf* tnd a ..- I ? l n.lie.1 .'..1
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Ina? and Indian I
l.rtfer? 5, ' I .-UM I'
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lalrl. t.'lae ?? I -..
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I SIU.H- AMI IAMI1
THE MKTAI. MAKhF.TS.
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Tiv ? spot In Ms
it Tro fi.? e? ii .i.'.r- . : ?a ? .-r Man
lattan II- I' ? ? ? ? ? a ?
ar.l ai?*. ?1*: Nl tuiur.-a at. 1 tilt 10? ;.-r htrall?
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l ?ad
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la r. loo apel!
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TRIST COMI'AMKS.
TRIST COMPANIES.
TiTi?G?AIaMr??5TRlJSre
Statement at the Cloee of Busineis, December 31 ?t, 1914
HKsorRrF..".
(My i State of N*w York
Honda ?Murk?-? value i $580.017.60
Other Storks and Bonds
(Market ratae). <5,884.26M7
Hon!? and .M'irtiiai/e? . . 12.297,?.'!'.? .68
Bills Purchased. 3,2.'?9,xih.77
Banking Heaaee, Man
eettaa, Broekljra, Ja
naiea and Bronx. IJM
Othei Keal Batata. 478,78? M
Account. Raeeieable_ 188,098.82
Overdraft? . 2JOX4.00
Accrued latereet. 414,426.83
Tim? Loans on Colla*
eral . 7,724,334.80
I>emun<! Loans on Col?
lateral . 3,83n,n3i..v.
Cach on llund and la
Hank . 6,?l5,"4>U2
Susjh nse. l.ooo.oo
LIABILITIES.
Capital . <?
Surplus i all earned 1. 11
ire
In II
l.'nilivided Profits
Amount Put- Dep?eeHeie, 27
i lartifled Ckeeki .
Officers' Ckecl I ...
Reeereee] fer Taxes .
Accru o| Interest.
Arrrued K<p. n??-?
OOO.iiiiO.OO
000,000.00
304,822.05
090383.79
88.78&J1
727,7tlJ2
'I.S.800.0O
!9.f.53 ft?.i
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Total
tll.3K2.182.8fi
Total
144482,182?i
O F F I ce S
I7? Broadway. Manhattan 175 Remeen Street. Brooklyn
.150 Fulton Street, Jamaica 1?" Montaeju* Street. Ii klyn
67 Jackson Avenue. Lon? Island city
WHAT THE BUYERS WILL
LOOK AT TO-MORROW
till? ceialete list ef buyer?
inorrim morning's Tribune.)
\MLKK AN TAILOR MADU
Characteristir of this ?treat aal
baviag oever failed te aieet i
?iiiion arising, American ladies' tt
art- near depending upon their eai
saureea in producing models an?
i signs in women's tailored ??hit
that are to tv- the accepted mode
?lie epring Mason of Itio, Aside
the fact that the models are empr
ir.g to o certmn extent the mc
jucket> of warfare, it is most appi
that the style.? adopted are the r
of the creative ability of Am? rica
signers, seizing an opportunity v
iii? i eurne at la>t.
am the iafleeaees at work in
fonaelation of new designs by
American Pa shioa Company for aroi
faabiODJ fous on a new silhou
which ii to be accomplished by th?
and htyle of the tailored garment
! is in the ?reat fulness of the t
actual or simulated, that this new
honette is BOal apparent. Of co
there are modifications to meet e
ligare. The length of tne ?uit
aad the length of the waist
generally, are considered in their
tien to the fuller skirt. Both the
mal and high waist lines are in fl
! The high waist line, however, whic
now associated with the fuller s
r. i rates a somewhat different effect 1
that heretofore familiarly styled "
pire." This effect is produced by b
which are to form a most impor
part of the jackets and coats this j
So much diversity i; allowed
styles adapted ia tailor-mal.-- u
vorn in the spring that one can
dulge any fancy and still be accoui
tush! ?'ii. Some of the smart s
have the short coats, Pleasuring twe
four inches in length, or jii5t read
to the waist line. Others again cxt
??raral inches below the waist,
lower rection being in flare efl
rations of the Norfolk and
re\v hrpei of nhort-waisted coats
alee tavored. The military inrliif
will continue 'o a great extent tliroi
out the spring. It is shown both in
<-ut of the garments and the use
militar]* lirnids. The length of th
military jackets ranges from 20 to
according to the ,tvl... tal?e
High collai- appeal on many SB
modele, bul asaally they ara
lange?! that they can be turned dowi
are ie n gelation a
si/.e. Frequently the arm ? u
. i it? lurge ti ia being eonaidered n
practical than the small size, and th
are alae some modified kimono eiTe
shown.
Introd'iction O? the flare and rip
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eharming vei inns of the flare and rip- '
p!.. effects arc BOted. The jacke'. has a
tendency to : I into the figure mere
snugly than heretofore, the flare be?
ing apparent below the high waist line.
Smart looking garments made en
mannish line? are being featured 1:
many style?. The lengths fur the-.
garments range from 24 to 21 inches,
a very good idea to be considered by
all ladies' tailors when making up their
new epring garments. Skirts, on the
other hand, measure about rive or ?;:?;
inches from the floor. Gored skirt-,
skirts having a few pleats at the side
and skirts made tight to the knee and
finished off with a circular flounce are
all to be found in the practical and
fashionable tailor-mades. Alfo many
types of the yoke are brought out,
I which give the effect of slenderness to
1 the figure. Yokes in one with the fronts
of the skirts in circular and odd shaped
i effects are among the new styles
! There is likewise a tendency for drap?
ery effects, and these harmonize wel'
i with the fulness that gives the new
skirts something different from for?
mer styles.
Separate coat-? ?re a necessity to
every woman'* wardrobe, and Ameri?
can ladies' tailors have not forgotten
this fact in bringing out the ne.v mud
I els for ?pring. Nearly all the coats
i are made to flare about the bottom.
I the style thus harmonizing with the
I circular flared .skirts that Hre to pre?
vail this year. In some of the gar
I ments this fulness starts from the,
1 neck, in others Trum a yoke, while ;r
, the Short*Wnisted effects the fulnes
| begins from the upper section. The_
?leeres arc in regulation, large arm"
size and modified kimono effects. Col?
lars and belts are also important feat?
ures, and these are usually of con?
trasting material. Coats in military
: effects produced in the cut or by rrim
ming are favored. The lengths of th"
rate coats range from M to 4L1
? inches. Pocketi are practical as well
as useful and are used in many in
?tanc??.
The materia!-; mostly chosen are
gabardines, serges i.r.d poplins. These
?re brought out in plain as well n
I novelty coloring?. Military blues ami
grays, khaki and sand colors are the
tno.t popular shades for the eominc
eeason. Covert? in lighter weigh1
. than those now being used wlH conn
Into wider prominence for the spring
than they have Vttt been known to
i enjoy.
IAN ORDEN CORSET COMPANY.?Ju.lt
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RECORDED JUDGMENTS.
DECEMBER :
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St. Louis & San Francisco Railroad
4% Refunding Mortgage Bonds of 1951
TO?^ERS OF THE ABOVE NAMED BONDS AND THF.
CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT IN RESPECT THEREOF.
NOTICE IS GIVEN AS FOLLOWS
I w"^',in ?????"?nt of the outstanding tSonds have bren deposited
- Tlie Committee is eerVteed that default ?rill again be rna.le hv the
Keceirera now m thr payment ot the interest doe January I, 1915, on th
outstanding non.is. The C<rnimJltee has, therefore, arranged, in
with th.- provisions in th.it rr?pect contained it: ihe D< p >? I ?.greemeat, (a
to parchase die conpem md latmi nterrat dae Jan?
uary 1, 1915, appertaining to depoeited b to perchai
coupon? ud claima foe rajtotared bond iaterest due July I, I9M
tofor-.* parchaaed by the Connuttee, appertaining ? I?.
Central Trust Company of ' |||m Tru't
Company. St. I.ouis, <m behalf pi mpany will accordingly be
prepared to pay depositors for their coupons upon the presentation of cer?
tificate? of deposit for appropriate stamping and upon the filing by depo?
; Hors of property executed certificates In ihr form required bv the United
State? Income Tax Law and the regulation, .,f the internai Revenue De?
partment. The (Umini'tre may at any time and ? r.otic?*
| cease ?tft parchase of the coupon-, and inter?s! above ?
In vicar of its determination to parchase the coupon i ?? |pr
. interest above mentioned the Committee will continue lor tlie present to
receive additional depoeite, bot reaen ? it fur-.
ther notice t?. r?-ru?e to ?.?-cep' farther d< : osH
Copies of the Deposit Agr-ceraen. may be obtained from the Dei
tari*., or front the Members or Secretary of the Committi i Fnrthe
j information application may be made to the Chairman or Secretary ?
I Committee.
led v ? ? Vori De ember 31, 1914,
FREDERICK STRAUSS, Chairman;
JAMES N. WALLACE.
ALEXANDER J. HEMPHILT.
EDWIN G. MERRILL.
HARRY BRONNER,
CHARLES W COX.
BRECKINRIDGE JONES
Con : -tee
JO LI NE, LARKIN I RATHBONE, Counsel
CHARLES K. BIOLER, BrnVtOEmtJ,
."4 Wall Street, New York City.
REPORTS.
RFI'OKIv
RingsGountyTrustCompany
BOROUGH OF BROOKLYN
342, 34? and 346 FULTON STREET
Capital,.$500,000.00
Surplus,.$2,000,000.00
Undivided Profits (net) $484,705.36
.HI IAN ?). FMRIHII.I). President.
.III.IW P. I AIIUIIII.U 1 THOSJAft III \KI ?.????relar?
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WILLIAM J H'AHOK. ?tr.J i.Kiilii.l. .. IIKO? l.K t.>..i
STATEMENT
At the Close of Business on December 31, 10 I 4
Liabilities
Resources
? . on Hand. 11,433.545 05
("ash in Banks. 1,666,883 89
New York City and Brook?
lyn Bonds. 1,M5,737 10
Other Storks and Bonds, t?.256,140 5H
Bonds and Mort^afres- W..'.
Loan i on Collateral. De?
mand and Time. 7,747.456 43
Bills I'urohasod. 1,749,36777
Office Buililing. 210,000 00
[atereal an?l Commissions
Aecraed . 184,155 03
$21,396,0:!.', U
Capita! . $?'"
Surplus . 2.0O0.0O0 0?!
I'ndivided Profit? met".. l?lT" > M
Pue Pepe?rtela. 18^81
Checks Certified. Il -
Rebate on Loans and Bills
Purchased . 17.314."
Taxes and Expenses Ac?
crued . 2340010
Trust Checks Outstanding
MM II
THE
Kings County Trust Company
Trsnsscts a deoersl Trust Busioess. Receives Oepoiils Mihjeit lo ..beak st Sight.
Allows Interest on Daily Balances.
Issues Certificates of Deposit at Special Rates of Interest
Procures Letters of Credit Payable in Any Part o? the World.
Before Making Your Will the Kings County Trust Company Would Be
Glad to Consult with You and Have You Name It as Either Your Executor
or Trustee. The Charges Are Fixed by the Court and Cost No More Than
in the Case of an Individual Acting in Such Capacity, the Advantage in Fa?
vor of the Kings County Trust Company Being That of Absolute Securitv.
WALTE? E BEDELL
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H.SKI'll HI'HI'.It
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Begin the New Year by Opining an Account with the King* County Tru*t Compmny
CENTRAL TRUST COMPANY
OF NEW YORK
54 WALL STREET
BRANCH: FORTY-SECOND STREET AND MADISON AVENUE
S .?t.mint of Condition at the
RESOURCES.
Bonds & Mortgages $431,064.75
Public Securities
Market Value ... ?0.108.081.77
Other Securities,
Market Value. 25.424.206.J2
Loans . 52,326,794.14
te 1.287.013.24
Ca^li on hand and in
Banks . 33,388,749.10
Accrued Interest ... 1,012,387.22
Total.$123,978.296.54
Qm of B?sine 1 Dec 31, 1*11
LIABILITIES.
Capital Stock. $3,000.000.00
Surplus - 15,000,000.00
?Undivided Profits .. 1,010,457.51
Deposits. 104.588,661.53
Reserved for Taxes 1S2.091.15
Accrued Interest JJ3.012.94
Secretary's Checks . 4,073.41
Total .$123,978.96.54
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