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-:- Active Securities -:
Stocks
NK\v VORK STOCK EXCHANGE
TR VNSACTIONS
Rail- Oilier Ml
road?, stocks. stocks.
^ gterdaj ?2-200 697.600 739,800
r>_v before 61.700 919.900 981,600
u'rckaKO-, 26,100 424,400 450.500
Year ago 158,800 407.900 566.700
Innuary 1 to date:
? 9*1,8 ..040.600 18.823.200 20.948.800
1917 . 3.7S8.50O 22.008.700 25.797.200
-,916.' - .3.660.100 19.440.400 23.100.500
?:f ? ?? Associated Press]
Investment stocks were under per
stent pressure. Pools were less con
spicuous, probably because of the gen?
eral profil taking 1 hat accompanied the
rocen'- advance, and public interest, as
denoted by commission houses, showed
., perceptible diminution.
Dea'.u ? once more centred in in
.dustrials, notably war stocks, shippings
,-,-fl specialties comprising tho auto-:
mobile and oil groups; but the trend
in these issues was often so conflicting
as to defy analysis.
Rails n '" 'Ctcd their recent, lassitude,
moving within fractional limits for the
most pari United States Steel's '
course was typical of that pursued by '
aflfj '..-? I equipments, which ruled
lig ? or under final quotations
pr< ?ious day until shortly be
fore the close, when prices cased otic
to '.--? 0 ' ? ' all around.
Bunds were irregular, Anglo-French
?is shov ng firmness, while Parts 6s
eased. Liberty issues were less ac?
tive and variable. United States old
coupon 4s lost Li per cent on call,
r? d ?is gaining : $ per cent on
locks quoted dollars per share.
Net '
Sales. l?crh. Low. Close, chpe
' Adv Kam. 14 13? _ 13?/_??f^i
do pr... 30 30
.GoldMin 2'a 2'8
A .Tuneau. 2! 2 2%
ITS Ulia-C Co. 27'4 24%
do pr. . . 81 30
0Am_A.gr Ch 85% 85%
A Beel Sug 81; 8 79' 8
' Am Can.. . 42% 41%
1600?C &FCo 76% 75! .,
?Jo pr. . .110' 2 110' _
0 \ II t Corp 54! 2 5334
- I \ Cot Oil. 33 32 00 -- 1
TOO A Hide & L 13% 13'> 13'.
do pr. . . 60 58% 60 -'-I
i A Lins? ed. 33! 2 33 33 -
17900 Am Loeom 68% 66'/2 66%?1% -
.111 Malt .. 10; _ 10' 2 10!/2+ ' a
dopr... 511/2 50-'3 50%?1%
1150 (Am Smelt. S51 _ 84' 4 84%?1' 8
dopr...106 106 106 -? 1
i0 Am Stl Fdy 66' 8 66 66 - 1
Am Sugar.108! ?106' ?108 - 1'/8
l A Sumatra 80% 75% 79%+3'/4
0 A T & Tel.107! 2 107'/2 107! z~ ' ?:
fl \- "; ?a? 168! :? 164 166! _ -2' 2
? ?o Am Wool. 56% "1'' CG ' ""
?i dopr... 9334
'0 A W !' pr.. 27 263,
" A _?nc& L 16'2 16
do pr..,
'?
? '? ?
I \ 1, y tt I
I0 B ! oco Co, 31 ;.;
Ball ?V 1 ). 52=
do pi 55!
? - *' ? 92'
Bi op tin. 1
; S25
71800 ?i.- ? !'. 82%
? pi . 101% 101
0 Bk! ? i: T 42% -11
.400 B] 1 25% 25 _._
? 0 !'? ? Bro.117'/a 116 117
(Bru 873 8% 87'
& V.. 10 9% 10
? I B ????. Cop 21 19! 2 20%
17% 17 17%
300 dopr . 47!4 46% 46%
700 Can Pa I..148 147 147%
Case?I I pr El 84 84 ?1
lOCal Pack.. 38% 383?i 38%+ '/_
IS00C Leather. 72'4 70' 2 701/2?1%
_0C_ -- \ !'.107< 2 107' 2 107'-2
'OCD Pi -- 33' \ 32% 33 -
9QI 8 90 90 -
lOChi &0. 54| 3 53% 54
I &St V -?-1 43 44
dopr... 75 74'4 74%? ' -?
? '- ? - ? 94: ., 94 94 ? %
100 C R I ,'. P.. 21' 4 21 21 ' ?
1 di ?a pr 54-4 54 54% ' a
I d ) <? pr b-V 2 63% 64 ?1
? ' liile ? op 16% 16! a 16%? ' 8
? ? ? Ion ( "?i. 45 44! ... 44%? '4
i 0 ? Piabody 56 55 56 4
"' 1- u ?S I. 41' 4 40' 2 40' 2 - %
00 C das ?v E. 34' 2 34I/?, 34?/2? %
? Cas J.: 2 90' 2 90' 2? '4
Con < an. . 94% 94% 94%? %
OCorn Prod 34% 34% 34%
0 do pr... 95' g 95' 8 95^ 8?1%
iCr Crli pr. 23% 23% 23%?
? ( rue Steel ?7% 65% 65%? %
0 dopr. - . 90 89% 90 ?:- ' 8
i'S00< ub it S. 33% 32 32% ;- %
do pr. . . 83 83 83
i Del ?v H...112 112 112 ?1
0 I) & RG pr 9% 8'/2 9%+ %
.. I0 Dome M.. 9 8% 9 ? ' 8
I0 Let. Edis..106'/2 106% 106%
?800Distil Sec. 41 39% 40%--,- %
100 Elk Hyni. 26 26 26 ? %
lEri?. 15% 15% 15'4? 1/4
? do I pr.. 26 25' 2 26 ? %
' ? ? C Wins, 38 ' 37' 2 37%? %
U0 den ' igar 43 43 43
Gen ; ? c.142% 141' 2 142%? 34
:00 Uen Mot.. 132% 129! 2 130%?2'
do fir... 85 84% 84%
? . ;: I'... 47 47 47 ? %
do pr . 1C0 100 100
??" Granby M. 77 77 77 ?1
00 G N'or pr. 92 91% 91%? %
', \ Ore s 29% 29 29 - %
00 Gr c Cop. -12 42 42 ? ? 2
Gulf --? Stl 95 95 95 ?
? G MdS M pr 28'2 28 28"% ! 2
Has Bar.. 38% 38 38%-- ' s
0 II ( cnt, . 96! , 96 96 ? '.,
i0 Ii ? op 48% 47' 4 47%- - %
O0ln-C ( ?f.. 8'., 8 8 - ' ?
dopr .. 43% 42% 42%- 1
"> Il \ .!. 130 1281 8 130 4-2
i In il Cor. 70 70 70 ? '/_
'00 In M Mar. 38 26% 27% ' j 2
1 do pr., .I00",; 9834 99'., %
? " ' Paper. 31% 30*4 3034 - %
? doprstd 62 C2 62' --2%
' it Nickel 28% 27% 28''s? '4
300 Kan r; ;-,,. |7] 2 \y\ :> 171/,-_
?'? K? lly Spd. 46' 2 46? _ 46'/2 f- '.',
100 dopr... 7658 76% 76%?%
1200 Ken Cop.. 33'% 33% 33%? '4
110KC E L&C 94 93'2 94_
100 Kel Wh pr 89 89 " 89 -934
? Lack Steel 80' 1? 78% 79 -' 1 '
'"fl Lac. Las... 85 85 85 _
00 1. & M T...195% 183 195%+16%
0 dopr. ..107 107 107 -2
; '0L W Bise. 19% 1938 19.'S8 . 3_
I01 OU ,v .V.. 113% 113% 113% : 1
lOOMackay... 78 77 78
100Max Mot,. 31'4 30' a 30% - %?
Net I
Sales. lliR-h. Low. tloie. Chjre. !
'"" do 1 pr.. 62 - 62 62 1%
600 do 2 pr.. 243? 23% 24 - ' ?
lOSOOMex Pet... 94% 92% 93%?%
200 Miami C C 32 31% 31%? %
2800 Mid Steel. 46'- 4>''2 46'?? %
100 Mo K ?t T 4% 4% 4%-- %
1300 Mo Pac... 23'.j 224.?. 22% - %
1000 do pr. . . 50% 50 50 ? %
100Mont Pow 71<_ 71! _ 71%-? %
20 Nat Acme 31 31 31 .
1000 Nat Cond. 16'/2 16% 16%
26100 Nat E & S 48% 47 *~ 47%-M
300 dorn-... 99% 99' _ 99%' %
100 Nat Lead. 55 55 55 ? ? 8
100 do PC...101 101 10i - 2
600 N Con Cop 19'/_ 19". 2 19'2-.
100 N O T & M 20' 2 20',?" 20%?
-?-.00 NY AirBr.136 13334135 + %
IGOONYCent. 71%' 71% 71J4? %
200 N V Hock. 22 22 22' -f3
315NYNH&H. 28-^ 28'b 28%? %
300 Norf & W.105 104% 105 + '.,
100 X Am_46 46 46 -f ' 4
1200 N Pac... ?5% ?5 85%?%
1200 N'n Pac. 8533 85 85%?%
'no No Sc Stl 67^4 673? 67%?1%
3200 Ohio Gas. 40% 40'4 40%? ' 3
1100 Pac Mail. 27% 26% 27%
600 Penn R R 45 45 45 -
LOO Peo G & C. 46 46 46 - 2%
3S00 Pierce Ar. 42 41 41 ?1
100 do pr... 92 92 92 ? %
100 PetMul Co 35 35 35 5 8
1700 P & W Va 27% 26% 27%? %
1n0 dopr... 66% 66'2 66' _?- ' ?
.1000 Pitts Coal 53% 52% 53%+ %
. lOOPStlpr.. 93% 93% 93%; 4%
G'.'OO Pr Stl Car 68' 8 64| _ 64%- 3%
50 do m*. .. 98 98 98 ?
100 PSCof NJ.103% 103% 103% + %
IS00 Ry Stl Sp 55% 54'4 54J?
1600 11 Con Cop 24%
8000 Reading'.. 77%
5S00 Hep I &. S 81 %
500 Royal Dut 76' E
S00 Sav Arms 66' 4
100 Saxon Mo. 10:U
440 St L S F.. 1234
l S Air Lino 8' 4
100 do pr...18
3100 Sin Oil_. 37% 36%
lOOSchat Ariz 18 11
;"0Sl-ShS&I 52' _ 51%
1000 South Pao 86% 86
900 South It It 23% 23'4 23%-f- '.;
11200 Studebak. 54'3a 52% 62%?1%
100 Stuf. Mo. 44',4 44% 44%?1%
S00 Sup Steel. 37% 37 37 ? 34
lO TCop & Ch 16% 16% 16%? ! 8
300 Tex ?6 Pac 19% 19% 19% : %
1700Texas Co.15634l55 155%-2%
-son Tob Prod. 56% 54'4 55% 4 %
HOT Water..185 1S5 185 .
6600Un Pac. 1203,4 119% 120 - %
100 dopr... 72% 72% 72%+ %
100 Uni Al Stl 39% 39% 39%? %
3400 Uni CigSt 97% 9534 96%+%
too Uni Drug 70 70 70 ? ' 2
300 Uni Fruit.131 131 131 - %
100 Uni Ry In 5 5 5 ? %
100USCIP&F. 15 15 15 %
3lOOUSIndAl.124%l21 121 ?2
[100 U S Rub.. 58% 58's 58%?%
I 10 do 1 pr.101! e 101' 8 101' _+2! _
?100 U SS&R. 48' 2 48% 48%?1
130200 U S Steel. 98'4 95% 96%? %
: 0 do pr...111'/4 111 111 ? %
LS00 Utah Cop. 85 84% 84%?%
100 U Sec Cor 14% 14% 14%? %
00 Va CarCh 41% 41% 41%? ' _
100 V I C & C 65 65 Co ?1
GOOWabash.. 8% 8% S%
1300 <!<> pr A. 43' a 42% 43 -
200 do pr 15. 23 23 23 ? %
100W U Tel. 89% 89% 89%?%
2800 West Mfg. 4234 41% 42 ? %
200 do 1st.. 64% 64% 64%+5%
200 Wilson Co.53% 53% 53%? 1%
400 Wh <?: I? E 10 9% 9%? ' 4
?too Whit Mo.. 45% 44 45%--1%
5100 Willys Ov 19% 19% 19%? %
200 do pr. ?? 82% 81% 82%+ %
40O W P & M 38 37 38 - 1%
Bondi
Trading in bonds on the New- York
Stock Exchango Wednesday amounted
to $1,138,000, against 3?i,39G,000 Tues?
day, ?M.732,000 a week ago and $3,271,
000 a year ago. From January 1 to
date, $166,912,000. against $185,571,000
in 1917.
U. S. Government Bonds
(New York Stock Exchange Quotations)
(Closing Quotations)
.?-Gloiinjr.
Wednesday. Ti
2a, re?*, 1930. 97? .4? 98
L'r, r?iu;>, 1930..., 97?/_? - -
3s, rej?. 1918.99 @ E9r4
Ss, coup. 1918_99 @ 9934
S_, rc;r. 1946. SO -@
3s, coup, 1946_8C 6> - -
4s, ret-, 1925.104?_@10G!/_
4s, coup, 1925_104%@106
:.'?, Pan. '38, rei/.. 96s'/sjri' ?
Zs, Pan, "?B, coup. S6:,4$4 - -
?':g, P_n. '61, rear.. 80 @
','*, Pan, '61, coup. 80 n
Foreign and Domestic Govern?
ment and Municipal Bonds
(Sales)
r S Is reg 1925 : mOO. 96.14
I.105! 2 ?i.P6.1C
i: S Liberty 41^ ?;?.96.14
55000. 98 5000.96.10
40000. 97.96 Am foreign ?S Gs
70000. 97.92 50000. 96' _
1000. 97.90 |(.96-a
LO000.97.96 1000. 96f .-?
000.97.93 1OO. 96^}
' 0000.98 .nglo-Kren.h 5a
LOOO.97.98 J L6000. 89%
? - 100. 93.'. 89-'a
2000.97.94 300. 89%
.".400. 97.98 ...80%
COOO. 97.94 1000. 89'4
31100. 97.96 : 3000. S9-R
' 1000. 97.9S 500. 89;,a
10S000. 98 1000. 89"4
do 1st 4s 31000. 393.4
L3000.:? 96.DC .000. ._ 89SK
1000.. 9648 . 9000. 89%
' 000. 90.50 1000. 89^,
-'. 96.52 1000. 89%
. 000. 96.56 7' 100. ?,9^
. 96.58 ?. 90'
?.'. 96.60 500 .... DO' ,
.000. 96.64 :;.1. 89%
1000. 96.W. 12000. 89;'B
14000. 96.56 (.u;. of Bordeaux On
, .?. 90.52 100. 88%
. 96.56 0. 88??
10000. 96.56 2 1000. S31 _?
do 2d I 10000. S3 *7?.
S5 100. 96.10 City of Bordeaux Ga
151000. 96.12 GOOO. 89
97000. 96.10' 5000. SS-^
? 0000. 96.12 3000. . . .
10000. 96.H ? ?ti o) Lyons
1000. 96.16 10000. 87-*.
30000.96.14.)0. 377,
; 16000. 90.12 .)0. 3S
83000. 96.10 10000. 881/;
13000. 96.08 10000. 88->.
13000. 96.10 5000. 89
IC000. 96.14. .",000.88?.
7000. 96.16 4000. 381.1
. 96.14 City of Marseilles 6s
l?Oi. 96.12 1000. 88-?
: 1000. 96.10 4000. S3
rp00. 96.08 I00O0. 88" ;
37000. 96.10 10000. 383?
13000.96,12 5000. 89'
JB
LOOO. 96.14 6000.
12000. 96.10 3000
L5000. 96.12
City of Paris On 1S000. 97%;
?1000.86! 3 10000. 97% '?
7.000.86'4 Now
5000. 85% 13000. 987?
32000.86 ??0000. 981!;
1000.86% ROOO. 987,,
Dom >'C Canada 5s 8000. OHjj
I'J.ll 15T000. 99
2000. 93 10000.99%
French BV?a 1919 4000. 99
C3000. 07' , 3000. 99'h
."?moo. 971/8 ?lu G'?a 1.921
97000. 97?.; 2000. 94
2000. 97'.. 10000. 94' i.
Jan 1st per 4'..a 12000. 94
11000. 91 2000. 94'a
do 2d nor ! 'is 2000. 94
8000. 91 1000. 94'/a
German atmp 1000. 94
1000.7934 N Y Canal ?IVjB
2000. 79' 2 2000.106
r K of Ot Brit & 1 5s N Y City 4'js 1967
20000. 99 i May
SOO0. 987B 1000.95%
72000. 99 ?lo 4^8 1903
55000. 98!,- 4000. 90
25000. 98rp t|o 4Vis 1965
1000. 981;,, 1000.9?va
50000.98% do 4V4a I960
do BVjs 1919 100A. 893;.
1000. 97' .- 11000. 8978
10C. 97 V do 3' ,n 1055
1000. 97' 3 '.Mm 78
18000. 97-?
(Quotations)
Argentine Gov Gs 1926| External Rua Gv G'-'ss
94? ?,? 95 I 45 @ 48
do 5s 1909 ?Jap Guv 4 ; ? s 1925
- '?< 80 I 91 ? 91'/a
Canadian 5s Aug '19 ! do sterling loan 4a
95! 4,r 95'. V 75%@ - "
Chinese Gov Ry 5s ?Mon: gen 5b L899
60 @ 68 I 37 (??? 45
City of Tokio 5a 1912 Montreal City h* 1913
70' .. Ep 70 V " ? "! -?
Cuban Rep 5s 1904 j Newfoundland 6s 1919
94 (?( 90! 4; 93 "i 97
do ser A 194!) (Norway Ga 1923
90' ?,v 94 | 100 <n I01'/a
do 4>,?s 1949 Quebec City 53 1920
79'/4<g> 85', h' 93 @ SO
Cuba Cs 1918 | Quebec Prov 5s 1920
99?/2@100,/2| 92 ,:' OtT
' internal Rns Gov .".'is'Swiss nrn 5a Mar 1!>19
83 @ SO I 99%'o ICO
do externnl [..''?'???>? '21? do 5a Mar 1920
1 40 @ 42 i 100 ?f.100' 2
Railway, Other Corporations
Salea copo omittedi. High. Low. Las'.
8 Am Air Chen, cvt 5?. .100 100 100
: do deb 5s . 95 95 95
P.) Am Smelt 5a . 80U 83,2 88?'.
17 Am Tel & Tel col 5a.. 95 94% 95
:; do col is .8."? 81% 81%
3 Am Writ Paper 5a_ 86!'2 8r< 86
1 Armour & Co re p; -V1 -a 80 06 86
38 A T &. S Fe gen 1 - C438 85% 833-4
1 Atl & Ch Air Line 5a. 95 95 95
2Atl Coa?;. I, uni 4V?h.. 52''- 82' ? 82!'2 I
2 Atl C 1. L?N col tr 4a 73 73 73
3 P. & O rl'ir 5a. 81'4. 8i'4 01 ?4
8 do gold ?'.- . 77'4 77'.v 77'4
.. Beth Steel re? 5s. 89 8" 89
5 do p i.i 5s .80'4 80: 4 SO' 4
I Bklyn R T con 5a _ 8?.% 83% 83' K .
I do cvt 4s . PR 68 68
1 Bklyn Un El 1st 5a stp 8? 82 82
I Hrailen ti . 91% 9134 ni '
?? Central Lentil g< 11 ? . . 97' a On' 2 0/' B
I Cent Pac 1 -t I -. 00' . 80'.7 SO' z
:??' Cerro Cop] er G.1071 ? '07 107! 4
82 Che & Ohio cvt 5s.... 79(/2 78% 79? 2
do gen 41.7 1 " 7.1 74
1 do cvt 4 '? ?,.70% 70- , 70'?...
: Chic B <v Q Ken '?? 83' a 87' - 83' ..
1 ?!.. ;:?-.. ?? ill div. 74% 74' 2 7".
17 do joint 4s . 93% 93'4 93%
1 27 Chic ?it West 4e. 55 54'4 5-1% !
5 C M & St p cvt 4 '??"?.. 74 73% 74
S do rfg ?)'?? ?-; . 09 68% 69
8 do ?leb ?!- 1925. .... 80 80 80 1
20C It I & P Ry ref ?! .. 66! . 66'4 66(4
3 Chic Un Sta I'.'-a .... 87 87 87
2 Chile Copper cvt 7a_106' ?,, 106% 106' a
27 do Cs pari paid. 79'o 79 79
7 C ?J C & St L tr.-n (s.. 63 63 6.;
In Co) A South re?' I ' -. . 70 69% 69'r
1 (\-i G 13 L & P 5a. . . 9.?' ? 92' . 92' ?.
SI Com Gas cvt 6a.101 100'i 101
2 Corn Prod a f 5s 1934. 97(/4 97'4 97% '
5 Don & Rio Gr con 4a.. fi?% 66! i 66' -
"Met Ed Co 1st 5a 1940 92' , 02' \ 92' .
OErie gen lien 4s. 51 ?, 51'4 51' 4
33 do ov:. 4a ser A. 44>3 44 -14
9 cit. cvt 4a ser li.44 4 41 '4 4t\,
2 Great Northern ?: V ? . 88 88 88
2 Hock Val li t con ?'.'-s. 77 77 77
?"? Hud & M rie 5s aer A. 60 60 60
2.1 do adj inc 5s. 18% 17'.', 17'/2
:; rilinow Steel dsb '.' . . . 82' . FZ'.*, 82' -i
I0 Interboro-Met ','..-. _ 54!/? 54 54
25 Int Ran 'Iran rfg 5s.. 84% 84'o 84'/a
; :.". Int. Mer Mur Ga. 93>/2 93 03
10 K C Southern 3s. 60 " 60 60
i 9 do 5s . 75% 75l/2 75i/2
19 K C Terminal 1st ?!"... /'53a 75 '?3b ?
i t, ri .v .AI S gen r'.?i... 74 71 74 ,
f. do deb 4a 1928. 85 ;4 85'4 85'/4
i 1 liggett & Myers 7s-117 117 117
15 L & N unified 4?. 86'g 8b'a 86'/a
5 Manhattan Ry cou 4s.. 30'2 80' , PO',-.
? ? Mo Kan c? Tex 1st 4s. . 62 62 ~ 62
' Mo Pao con Gs. 99?/i 99'4. 99141
.'? ' do iron 4s. 58(/4 57-'4 57% 1
! N O Tex & Mes "._ 46 46 46
! 19 M Y C & II R deb Gs.. 94 93% 93i3
-- do eon 4s. 74 7314 ?/
I". do rfg and imp 41/0B. 72J/4 72'4 72'...
G do L Sh col tr S' ?? . . 65/4 C5? ; 651 .-,
? 3 NYGELH&P pur m 4a. 70"/a 70'8 70',,
! N Y Tel Ken 4'os. 87 87 87
2 Norfolk South 5u ser A 63''-. 63'.'. 63' .
1 Norfolk & Wesl eon 4s. 84' "-, St' ^ 84'',
G North Pac prior lien -1s 8V ~ ??Y 83
? ? do gen 4=. 60 60 60
2 Pacifie Gas oc Klee 5a.. S0i/2 80'4 80' 4
8 Penn R R gen 4t.',H... 90(/8" 90'a 90's .
32 Pi e Marquette 5.x. ..,.81 Kl 81 ?
.-. l'iOi Serv of N .1 5s. ... 78 73 78
1 K.?. I & S col us 1940. . 98 98 OS
1 St L I M & S gen 5s.. 94'/2 Ot", 94' .
4 do rfg 4a. 75 74 ?A 75
11 St L & S K adj Ga_ 67'? 67 " 67
27 do 4s A. 5S' , 58 5S
1 St Louis S W 1st 4s. . CO 65 66
1G Seaboard A L rfg 4s... 54 54 5 1
1 1 do adj 5s. 51% 50% 503 ,
45 South Pac cvt 5s. 91% 91j/4 01-?.,
.". do col tr 4s. 72'4 721/4 72'/4
; 41 do cvt 4s. 77?4 7/1 2 77%
I ? do rfg 4s. 82 81' , 81' -
' II Southern Ry con 5s.... 92~a 02' . 92'.
2<i do gen 4s. 01' 2 61'/4 61'.,'
2G Sim-lair Oil 7s. 87 86' 2 87
15 do 7s stock. 92 91% 92
10 T C 1 ? R R gen ?.. 951 2 95! 2 95| -
I-' Ti-:;n . Co cvt ?.is. '."'? -4 ( S1 . 99' 2
:: Union Pacific it. 4s. .. 88 88 T3
2?i i: S Rubber s f Gs. 79 78% 70
12 U S Steel 5s. 99' ?j 99 99' .4
:.: do ..;..?.99 99 09
.' Utah P & I. 5?.84 83'2 84
1 Va-Car Chemical ;-.... 95 95 95
:? Virginian l.y 5s. 91 90' ?? 90' ,
2 Wilson Gs . 96' ? 96? e 06' f;
I West Shore 4s. 7 7' 2 77/2 77' 2
1 W ..v.- L 13 con Is. 60 60 60
5 Wib Cent 4s S & M div. 76 76 75
1-'-1
! Curb Market
Note.- The Tribune assumes no responsi?
bility for the accuracy or authenticity of curb
market quotations. Transactions and prices!
Wednesday were as follows:
industrials
Jr.tes. Open. High. Low. Last
25Q0 ?Aetna ExpJos. 7'2 7'2 7% 7%
100 Amer-BritMfg. 5 5 5 5
1UU *Ani Writ Pap 2% 2% 2!4 2%
110 ?Atlantic Fruit 14'2 15'-. 14'/2 15' .
100 Br-Am Tob reg. ?6'.. 16'? 16'/., l6'/2
:. do coi pon .. 17' 2 17% 171 . 17'.,
125 Char Iron of A 8! j R1 ? S ? 8'/2
25?J0 Chevrolet Moi. 129 130 127 128
200 ?Cities Serv to 77'', 77'4 77., 77' 4
1000 ?Cuprite Si,lph. 178 '!'/? 1% 1%
3100 Curtiss Aero... 39 "a 41 38' ? -ir. ',
1000 ?Electric Gun. . '4 ,4 '4 ' 4
H I l?u eraon Ph 1110 4 4 4 4
: 00 ? lin. ana 'I ob., 1% 1% 1 ' ; 134
'????? Hulbi rt M? to 's 17'., 17% 17% 17%
: -Mit, ma! Trad. % % % %
'."" Keystone T & K. 16 16' 8 16 |6
50 ?S S Krcsgc,. . t-? 80 80 'go
GOO Marconi of Am. 3% 3' , 3% 3U,
COO Martin A v tcfa 80' 4 81Y SO' 4 SO'Y
s 00 * Maxim Mun . . :'?,-,
,-' No Am 1' & P 2-,; 2'4 2->3 2%
55 *N V Shipbldg 39 39 ^9 3S
100 ?St. .)--? ph Ld 16! j 16| ! I6! -, 16'/2
23O0 Smith Motor Tr 2 2 , I'a 2
1500 ?Standard Mot.. '!2 12' 4 11% 12' \
1200 Sub Rt v t ctfs 13'j 1334 13'4 13%
I00 Trian F v t ctfs :.- ?} \ \\
1600 U S Steamship S>/B 5'/4 5'8 5''.
12000 ?United Motors 29 CO' , 28% 267.?
6. ?W-M ?Aircraft. P% S3^ 7% 8
300 ?do pf . 51 51 50' a 501 a
Standard Oil
Sales. Open. High. Low. Lnat.
|??0 llAnglo-Am Oi!. . 12 11% , I ,
2600 do rights ... - - 2' s 2 .?' d
7" Ohio Oil Co... - - 345 740 342
- Prairie Oil & >i - - ''80 480 4S0
L' StutiJ Oil (Cal.J - 230 230 2?0
lit
Other Oil Stock?
Soles. Open. High, Low. Laut.
i?iio ??Allen Oil ... -r-?, "? % n?
5500 ?tAn. Vont Oil 13 14 13 14
MO ?Burnett O & G. 1A 1 ?V ? 1rt
2000 ?tHost-Wvo Oit 24 24 24 24
2000 ?Cosden & Co. 814 8-4 8 8' H |
:.?Crown Oil .. \? T/a {J 78 ,
II 00 ?tDutliic O (np) 08 .9 B8 59
2000 ? Elk ?min Pet. 6% 0*4 6"? 6^4
1500 *Elkl0_G(ap). A ?r. ' ;) 's
2000 ?Esmeralda O C. ?A ?J'j ?'?
2500 ?Federal Oil... 2%-'_>a 3>"B 3? ?? 3-1
7500 ?Glenrock Oil.. 3^ 4 3%
1000 ?Hanover O <fc It B 51 8 4%
1.200 Houston Oil.... 42' i 44 42' 43
0000 ?Island O <t T. 4 4'^ 4 4'/8
CO0O Kcnovii O (11 p). .,'-, .'., ,{-? A
1650 ?Lost City OIL. A A i'.' ft
600'M?rrltt Oil ('. 21' ? 21% 21".?. 21''2
8500 Met Petroleum. "'S % r'a '"
4000 ?tMldwoBt Oil.. 113 113 111 112
500 *do pf . 1-fr 1A VA VA
480 ?Mldwast Uef. .110'4 112 110 111
500 ?Mineral W P.. 1% 1% 1% l%
700 ?N Y-Okla Oil. % % ->a r:a
15.1 ?tNoWhwest Oil 67 67 65 67
10000 ?fOkla t)il . 4 4 3/2 Wa
1500 ??il?- pC . 11 11 10 " 10
5000 Okla Pr & Ref. 7'/a 7'/a 7'/4 7%
l800Okmul_eeP&R 4-"-? 4% 4'/2 4%
2000 fOmor Oil S- G. 29 30 29 30
2S00 ?tOvcrland l'ut. 22 25 22 24
200 *Pan-Am Pet.. 51 D1?4 51 51':>
J700*Penn-Ky OIL. 6'3 B-"?? 5% 5?_
500 Penn Gasolene.. "/> ?/_ A. v
G000 ?tQueon Oil_ 34" 34' 30 31
200 *itc<i k o &. (;. u u n u
8500 *iiit-?? Oil . 44 ft A A
1000 ?Sapulpa O & R 8% 8^4 3% 8'4
100 Savoy Oil . 8 8 8 8
2500 Sequoyah O & R % 1?? ?%
300 ?Sinclair G C. 2P2 21% 21'? 21';?
1500 ?Somerset OIL. r,n 4.- :,b ??
LS00 ?.Stanton Oil. ?. 1fa 1?i l/a 11 a
1500 ?Unit West Oil % :io A ft
1100 'Mo new .... 1% 1% 150 1%
740 ?Vio O new stk 3"? 3'P. 3',, 3-'4
lOOOWayland O&G 3% 3^s 3?? 3%
Mining Stock?
biilei. Open. ?iiirh. Low. Last
tOOOAl-Br C MoLilfi '4 ? ;, % A
20000 *fAtlanta .10''?. 12'.-, 10'2 12JA
'..) Bin Ledge Cop. 1--s 1'a ' 1'a
l000*tBooth . 5 5 5 5
13300 tBoet & Mont... 51 51 00 51
1200 ?Bradshaw C M % % !_ r'?
500 Buffalo Mines, .11 11
;?: I0 Buttc Detroit. . A % ft
S00 Butte-N Y. 7K 1 v8 ?S
3700 ?tCaledonia ... 50 51 50 51
3100 ?Cal & Jerome. VA 1ft 1ft 1ft
300 Canada Copper. 2A, -?'a 2,',i 2-,
2500 tCashboy . 10 10 9?/2 9' 2
200 "Coon River M. 2 2 2 2
:;00 Con Ail Smelt. 2 2,',, 2 2A.
:.1 Conn Copper ?M 6',4 6'4 6 6,, ?
400*Con-Home8t'd.. 23 24 23 24
200 ?Copper Valley. 7'H 7'h l'a la
?1100 ?Emma Cons .. '4 ;,a ' 4 ''s
lino ?Eureka Cr Min 1111
2000 ?tFortuna Con.. 38 38 38 38 I
475 ?Gibson Copper. 2 2'/8 17? 2 ,
200 IGoldfleld Con.. 3_ 3a na %
3700 TGoldfield Mer.. 4 4'j 4 4[/2 I
1000 ?tGreat Bend... 5 5 5 5 ?
1200 Hecla Mining... 3;a 37a 3tl 3.? I
7S00 ?tinter Mines.. 15 15 14 15
Suie?. Open. High. Low. Last.
1100 ?.T-Prescott Cop 1% 2 1% 2
ini)i) M Verde (a p). % i? % 18
? 5011 ?t.lim Butler. .. 59 59 59 59
2500 ..tumbo Ext.... 16 17 1C 17
9IHI0 Lampazos Sllv.. % % U %
500 Magma Copper. 41'., 41% 40 40
2000*fMar?h Min... 4% 4% 4 4%
20?) Manon Valley. .. 6% 6% 5% 5%
100 ?Mines Holding? '.-, A A A
25011 ?Monster Chief. :', .,j ft
10000 ?tMother Lode.. 2G( 2 29 26% 29
7000 ?TNatl Leasing. 6 6 5 6
8500 ?tNat! '/, & L.. 36 33 36 36
5600 *TNav Ophir M. 13 14 13 14
600 ?New Cornelia.. 17% 17'i 17 17
B00 Nlptssing M Co. 8% 8% 8% 8%
5000 Nixon Nevada.. 1-/V 1% 1A 1%
200 ?OnondngoMiapi 2% 2% 2% 2%
800 ?tPole Ster C.. 24 24 23 24
i'OII [-Portland C C. 32 33 32 33
2200 f Provincial M C 50 51 50 51
1400?Ra\vley Minea. 2 2% 2,2%
700 ?Ray Hen; Min. 4% 4% 4% 4'">
2000 tRex Con Min. 13' 13 13 13
1000 fRochester Min. 34 34 34 34
7000 ?Santa l'e Cop % 1% % 1%
6500 ISan Toy ?... 15 16 15 15
4500 Silver King of A % A A A
12Q0 ?tSilver PI Con.. 53 54 53 54
500 Standard Sil-Ld A A A -T
1000 Stewart . % % % %
1000 tSuccesa Mining 9% 10% 9 9%
400Tonopah Exten 1% 1% 1% 1,',.
lOOOTH-Bulllon ... % % "-. %
2730 United Kastern. 4% 5 4", 4%
1000 ?United Ver Ex. 40% 40% 39% 39%
400 United Gold Min 4% 4% 4% 4%
300 ?Washoe Cop.. 1''4 1% 1 ,'? 1%
120(1 tWest End Con 70 71 70 71
75000 White Caps M % !". % ? :,
12500 tWhCExfap) 14 16 13'A 15
1500 fWMbert Mln... 10 10 9% 9%
Bonds
100 ?Whse E 7-y 6g wi. 98%
?Unlisted. tSell cents per shara
Consolidated Exchange
Jl"nit of trade on this exchange, 10 .?liare.il
Transactions and tiricea yesterday for the
more active shares follow:
Sales. Open. High. Low. Last
9G0AmCan . 42 42% 41% 41%
900 Am Sm & Kef. 85 85% 84 34! 4
2910 Anaconda Cor... 65% 50 04% 647f.
4250 Baldwin Loco.. 79% 81% 79 79%
1820 Bath Steel B... 80% 82% 79-% 80 ,
29 0 Crucible Steel.. 06% 67% 65% 65%
r70 Cuba Cane Sue. 32% 33% 32% 33
2070 lut Mer ?Mar pf 99% 100% 987? 99%
910 Mexican Pet... 92% 94% 92% 92%
1010 Sttldebaker_54% 54'.z 52% 52%
18S30 U S Steel. 97% 98' 4 96% 96%
BONDS
S1S50 Liberty 31'.a... 97.98 97.98 97.90 97.90
1S50 do 1st 4r_96.48 96.62 ?b.ib 96.48
2850 do 2d 4(;. 96.14 96.14 96.06 96.08
1000 U S Rubber 5s. 79 79 79 79
? ' "' I.I? .1-1. . II I I I I II.
- Commodities -
Industrials
Cotton
A further sharp advance me;, heavy
selling for profits in the cotton market
yesterday, under which substantial re?
actions occurred. After selling at 30.ii ,'.
May contracts broke to .'10.-15 and closed
at 30.47. The g?nerai list closed easy.1
The disposition to take profits on long.
contracta was increased by reports that
the House Committee on Agriculture
would "begin work on the price-fixing
bill within the next few day,-;.
The market opened at an advance of
8 to 13 point.-i on renewed buying by
the trade and covering of short con?
tracts. There was enough realizing to
causo some, little irregularity during
the morning, but, generally speaking,
contrae'..; were .scarce and covering by
shorts was' stimulated by reports that
arrangements had been completed
which would permit, exports of 35,000
bales monthly from this country to j
Spain. Stop orders were uncovered,
with the advance extending 46 to 4!
points above Tuesday's closing figures
in the case of old crop months, while
the new crop sold about 35 to 36 points ;
not higher. At this level the advance
was checked by realizing. ?March be?
came relatively easy in anticipation of
possible notices to-day. That delivery
closed at a decline of 1 point, while the
more active months were 0 to 12 points
net higher.
Prospect for zero weather in the'
Southwest was a factor in the early
advance. Otherwise, there was no
change in the character of the news
from the South, ?and few private ad?
vices appeared to be reaching here re?
garding either the snot situation or
new crop prospects.
Exports for the day were 7,791 bales,
making 2,033,124 so far this season,
against 3,989,262 last year. Southern'
spot markets as officially reported were
unchanged to 4,7 points higher.
V'-s'day's Previous Year
close. close. ago. :
Cash. 32.00 ? 31.45 16.30 !
Contract:
March. 30.75 30.13 16.13
May. 30.47 29.73 16.32!
July. 29.96 29.23 16.42
October. 28.76 28.02 15.93
December.28.52 28.66
Metals
Dealers in copper reported a furtherj
expansion in the demand yesterday.:
with sellers continuing to hold olf pend?
ing tiie placing of government con?
tracts? The market, as a whole is dull,
with only a small amount of actual
business being transacted.
?'tirrent prices for the principal i
metals, compared with those prevailing
n year ago, follow :
Current A year '
price. ago.
I'ig iron. Bessemer,
Pittsburgh.*$37.25 y,5.95
Copper, i if?:' rolytic,
11.. :\23!-4 .35
Tin', 14.85 .0 1
Lend, lb.07' a .09'^
Spelter, St. Louis, lb. .07% .iO1^
"Covernmcnt price.
Sustenance
Cereals
\\ heat. The cold weather over the
West, where most of the snow cover?
ing has been removed by the recent
thaw, caused a good deal of apprehen?
sion lest Cue new winter wheat crop
should be damaged. So fat, however,
the crop seems to have wintered well,
v.v.,1 "The Price Current" said that s?>U
conditions and precipitation in the
winter wheat section seemed to he gen?
erally favorable almost, without excep
lion in the states, asido from Kansas
and Oklahoma.
Corn. The speculativ? market war
still inactive, hut with a firm under?
tone. At the close February in Chi?
cago was quoted at the maximum pri?e
of $1.28, while March was only v?c
lower. Cash prices in the West were
5 to 10 points higher. Receipts at
primary point:, were slightly smaller
than last week, but the movement i.->
keeping up quite well, and is expected j
to relieve the shortage of supplies in
the near future. Some apprehension
was felt regarding the severe cold wave
over the West, however, as tempera
turcs were from 10 to 34 degrees below
zero in the West and Northwest, which
were looked upon as unfavorable for
active railroad operations.
Yesterday's Previous Year I
New York : close. close. aso.
Corn, No. 3 yellow.$1.88/a $1-85'.? $1.10
Chicago :
Marcli . 1.276. 1-27?4
May. 1.267c 1.26% ;.02'8
(tats. Prices continued to advance
rapidly, and early in the day showed
Brains of. over V. cents a bushel from
the previous close. This represented
a perpendicular gain of 10',. _ to 11'_.
I
in about a week's time, and the highest
levels whi'ch prices for oats have ever
attained. A sharp cash demand, with
evidences o? a big absorbing demand,
seemed to be the basis for the pro?
nounced strength. Receipt i were mod- i
crate. The local cash market was!
Ve .'<lay's Previoua Year
New Vori : close. close. ayo.
Cash, No. .; white.$1.05 $1.04 .74%
Chicago :
March .91 ,89%
May .89 S7 : .57%
i ear
Rye- Market steady.
Yea'day'? Previo
New York : close. close. ago
Cash, No. 2 Wc8tern.$2.26 ?$2.26 $1.57 j
Flour and Meal.?Quotations wore:
Yes'day'a Previous Year
elote. close. ago. !
Flour. Minn., gpg. pat.$10.65 $10.75 $9.40 |
Rye flour, choice. 12.10 12.10 7.70 ?
Cornmcal, kiln dried... 10.25 10.25 5,451
Bran, J.00-lb sacks.46.00 46.00 40.50!
Produce Markets?Current
. : i ?. 49e; creamery, held, as
o quality, -I ? " i7c; state dairy, tubs.
finest, 50?ic; good to
Cheese. Receipts wore 4,2,35 boxes.
?State, \v. tu., flats, held, colored, spe?
cials, lb, 2iil'i,r./ 2?>%>c; white, specials,
26c; colored, average run, 25%@2tic;
white, average run, 25V4@25%c; fair
to good, l!l'"25c; lower grades, 20'".:
_.''%<.?; twins, hold, colored, specials,
25 '.i..; 25 :.:c; white, specials, %'.?c; col- I
ored, average nut, "Joe; white, average!
run, 25c: cheddars, hold, specials, 250j
25'ic: average run, 24,/s@24:?4c; sin?
gle daisies, 27(?27f?c; double daisies,
2?;%(n 27c: Wisconsin, \v. m., fine to
fancy, t?>. ina. held, colored, 25(ft.25%c:
white, 24%@25Yc; siii?r!e dairies, 27
"27'ie; double daisies, 26"&(y,27c; i
young Americas, held, 28%" 28A c; !
state, .skims, twins ami liais, held, spe?
cials, 19@20c; flats, fresh, specials, IS
?'-? is'?.-e; twins and cheddars, fresh,
specials. IS'n IS'/?c; flats, prime to
choice, lO'K'^e; twins and cheddars,
prime to choice, 1?%? l7V?c; fair to good.!
13(3:l5c; lower grades, 8@12c.
Kifgs. -Receipts were 3,713 cases,
Fresh gathered, extras, per dozen,
63**3c; extra firsts, G2V?c?7.<63c; firsts,
G2c; seconds, ?Kif?l'.ec; State, Pennsyl?
vania and nearby Western hennery
whites, line to fancy, 65c; ordinary to
good, 63@64c; galhened whites, ordi?
nary to line, 63@64c; Pacific Coast i
white's, N%. I. 63c; Western and South?
ern, gathered white-, 62@63c; Stale, i
['ennsylvania and nearby hennery '
browns, 64@65c; gathered browns and ;
mixed colors, 62(&;63c; Long I ??land '
duck eggs, 6'?'Y6ih\
Orchard and Pield
Yesterdaj. \ y? ar :.?;. .
Peas Scotch.$11.50^11.75 $9.00./
Potato? ? Berni, i?l>l 5.00(jz) 8.50 10.00a 10.50
\pplea, Bald., hbl. 3.30" 5.25 3.00-i 7.50.
Grapofruit.Pla., box t.50i'.5.00 3.50 ?/ 4.50
Orange?, t'la., box 2.00't 6.50 2.75? 3.75
Hay and Straw
Yesterday. A year a?o.
(Per ton.) i Per lon.l
1'ii ? . No. !.
larsce bules.. ..$3?.00? 40.00 $21.00.1/22.00
N'o. I clover mxd 33.00 35.00 15.001/16.00
Kye traw, No. I 24.00(5?- 13.00-/14.00
Fre3h Poultry?Dressed
Turkeys. Dry packed, 'r_' to box,
v. ?stern, young toms, dry picked, fancy,
38c; young hens, dry picked, fancy, 38c;
young hens and tolas, mixed, dry picked,
fancy, .'.8c; fair to good, :l;):"3tje;
poor, 25'a.28c; old toms. 34<iij85c; West?
ern, ,\ry picked, young- toms, fancy, 37(o
38c; young hens, fancy, 37@38c; young
liens and toms, mixed, fancy, 37(a,38c;
Western, dry picked, poor, 25({..28c;
Western, dry picked, old toni.-.>l! -t35c; .
Kentucky and Tennessee, dry >icked,
choice, 36(<187c; dry picked, average
best. 31(0,33; poor, 24@26c; Texas,
choice, 35(a36c; fair to good. 31 ''33c: -
old toms, 3.'!e.
Chickens. Fresh boxes. ur\ packed,:
Western milk fed, 30-36 lbs.. 29c; 37-42
lbs.. 29c; -13-47 lbs., 30c; 48-55 lbs.. 31
- 32c: ?id lbs. and up. 32@38c; corn
fed, 30-36 lbs., 28c; 37-42 lbs.. 28c: '
43-47 lbs., 29c; 48-55 lbs., 30<ai31c; 60
lbs, and over, 31@32c; heavy weight-,
staggy, 27???30c; in barrels, dry packed,
Piiihi. and Long Island fancy broilers
3-4 lbs, to pair. 45o."i0e; Penn. broilers.
fair to prime, 22(g 10c. milk-fed broil?
er-. ?"% lbs., 2r-c: corn fed, :>'- lbs..
27c; milk fed, -1 lbs. and up, ." 1 -; '%'t-:
corn fed, 1 lbs. and up, oMl : milk fed,
? mixed .veights, 29c; corn fed, mixed
I weights, 28c; p.earby squab biuiicx,?.
2-2',4 lbs. to pair, 75(_}|1, capons. Vhila.,
8 Ibfcf. nnd over each, 42@48c; ??-7 lbs.
each, r.S-'ri.vlOc, nmall and slips, 85(fi 87<S;
Western. 6-7 lbs. each, 86@38c? small
and slips, 33'".31c; fowls, fresh, dry
}iacked, milk fed, 12 to box. Western, (
boxes, 48-60 lbs. and over to dozen,
dry picked. 85@80c; 30-47 lbs.. 31@85c;
under 30 lbs., 304/31c; corn fed. 48-60
lbs. and over to dozen, dry picked, 36c;
30-47 lbs., 30@84c; under 30 lbs., 29@
30c; in barrels, Western, northerly, dry
picked, 5 lbs. and over, 35c; 4% lbs.,
35c; 4 lbs., 35c; 3'i lbs., 32c; 3 lbs., 29
(?730c; under 3 lbs.. 34c; Southern dry
picked, large, 82(2;33c; mixed weights,
34c; Western, scalded, large, 32@33c;
mixed weights, 34c; Western, scalded,
large, 32@33c; mixed weights, 284;;
29c; small, 27@28c; old cocks, fresh,
dry packed, 12 to box, dry picked No. 1,
26c; in barrels, dry picked No. 1, 26c;
scalded No. 1, 26%<_Q26c.
Live Poultry
Chickens. Nearby, via express, 3Cc;
young roosters, nearby, via express,
35c; fowls, via freight, 36c; young
roosters, via freight, 3?'3c; old roosters,
via freight, 27c; turkeys, via freight,
35c; ?lucks, via freight, 35c; geese,
via freight, 35c; guineas, per pair, via
freight, 70c; live pigeons, per pair,
via freight, 40c.
Livestock, Meats, Provisions
Following aro ?'ester-ay's prices, compared WltB
; ? , i of u j"oar aso:
Ni w York : Tcttonisy. A year a_o.
Live il -, i-.. i?, i.
100 lb.VJ.50 @$I3.Ij $7.30 @$ll.50
ljro sed hi-t-t sides,
lb.13 @ .18'. .13 'fil .17
I,|V Vl-HlS, ?t?t,
On) lb.14.00 @ 16.00 12.00 '?V 10.03
Dn-isi-il mais, city,
lb.22 @ .28 .18 i? .2.'!
Live ewes, 100 lb 10.00 'g! - 9.00 @ 9.30
I.,-.: - 10
primo. Kin !'). .16.00 @ 17.73 14.50 l?) 13.75
Tu used mutton, lb ,17 la) .23 .13 la,' .17
in- sod lambs, lb .20 (S .25 .20 <_ .22',
Hogs, 100 lb. ...17.25 <?>- 12.75 C* -
ii.? - .-.I iioga, bil
i !. lb.24':, t? .24'-, .16'.^-Cou .17
Mesa pork, bbl...52.00 ft* - 33.00 i? 33.50
\I-- I- i-t. Mil. . .31.00 ?S 32.00 23.CO ? 23.50
i..i '. Ml kilo Wost,
lb. 26.75c i_> 26.33c (7.10c @ I7.50o
Coffee, Sugar, Tea and Cotton?
seed Oil
Current A
prices year
For cash : {cents). ?go
Tea. Formo a, per lb. 27 19
SuKar. granulated, per l'i0 lbs 7.43 7,25
Codec. Rio No. 7. per lb. 8an .10
Cottonseed Oil. per lb. [email protected] 12.40
Coffee Futures.?The market was
quiet, with fluctuations irregular, and
priee.s closed net unchanged to 4 points
higher.
Vesterday's A year
Contract : close. ago.
March .7.8-3(_.7.8. 8.0U?8.02
May . 8.10t?8.11 8.20?8.21
?Tuly . [email protected] [email protected]
September . [email protected] [email protected]
Cottonseed Oil Futures. Operations
consisted of a switch of 200 March tu
May on an even basis. Spot was firm
CONSOLIDATED ARIZONA SMELTING CO.
ii". Convertible Income Bond-?.
The Board of Directors of the C nsoll
dated Arizona Smelting Compai - haw ? u
i ? - .- l the payment of interest on its
outstanding Convertible Income Bonds for
' ?? ils ii y ?:i :- ? iidtn ?: I '-?? ein ber "1, : ? ' .'
lie rat? of "''".. such Interest to lie p?
?? ?? ut the office of Thi ISquit iblo ? : i
i 'ompany of New Yoi ,.. at 37 Wall .- reel.
New ?) ork ' ?ily, i n \ pril 15th, 16 ' '-. up n
i resentatlon of sal i bonds n ? ; lors? mi nt
of such Interest payment there?
FRANK \V. THOMPSON, Treasurer.
DIVIDEN? NOTICES
MERGENTHALF.R LINOTYPE ( O.
Now foi k. r, Lu uary 19, 1913.
i?iudi:m) si?.
A regular iiuarl ?'.'? divid n I of ?._ per
c. nt, mi the eaplti : stock of Mergem hah r
i ,'ni,t' pe i loi 'i?.,..1. ?? '? ' be pa '.-' on Mp rch
: 9, 1918, to tli-- sto :.' olde -i of i - :or<! as
thev appear at the old? ? of business "ii
March 2. 191S, The Transfer Books will
not be closed.
JOS. T. JtACKEY, Treasurer.
UNION UAG ?V P?rEH CORPORATION.
[?' bruarj J I, 191S.
DmDEXD NO. -
A quart? rly dividend of ! '.- ip? I ?
stock i'f this Corporation has this da:
i.n declared from the earning? of the
quarter ending Oct. 3!, 1917, payable on
March 15, I91>>, to the holders of record of
ill stock of tin.? Corporation a:, th?? close
of business on March : . 191,1.
CHARLES 11. WANDERS, ;^ <?:--,;? iy.
financial" meetings
NOTICE IS III-; Hi-: I'.'?' GIVEN Tit AT A
meeting of the stockholders of FRANC.
STROHMENOKR &? COWAN, IX'.. will bo
held at tho office ftf the Company, No, 25
East 26th Street, In tho Borough of Man?
hattan, City of New York, on the lili, day
?if March, i y I s. at -:.'?0 o'clock in thi
afl xnoon, for tho purpose of electing direc?
tors fur t li-^ ensuing year and for the
transaction of such other business as may
properly come before said meeting.
NOTICE J:> FURTHER GIVEN that at
such meeting a resolution will be sub?
mitted for the purpose o? voting upon a
proposition t?> Increase the capital stock
of the Company from one thousand (1000)
shares of preferred stock of ti:-1 par value
of One hundred dotlars '.'i"1'? each, and
seven hundred fifty (750) shares with no
nominal or par value, to thirteen hundr
(1300.) shares of preferred stock of the
par value of One hundr? d dolli rs ($1001
each and seven hundred fifty (750) sliar?i
i iliiout an*- nominal or par value.
Dated, New York. Fcbruarv IStli. 191S.
FRANC, STROHMENOER .<,- iXTWAN, INC.
By SIDNEY FRANC, President.
HARRY F. COWAN, Secretary.
THE ANNUAL MEETING OP THE STOCK
h ilders of the l - fate of Magdali na Rath
for the election of d i-ectoi and for sueh
other business aa may properly come be
f ,???? tho meeting wil '-? held at the office
?,( th" company. 151 Fast S4th St., o.-i
Februi ry UG. I91S, at - o ?loi k P M.
LAW RENTE E. NA1 M \NN, Seen tar
CHANGE OF NAME
AT A SPECIAL TERM. PART I. OF THE
Suprema Court of tha State of \- ?/
York, held at tha County Court House ?u
the City and County of Neu York on the
_?th dav of January, 191S. Prei nt: GO .
EDWA ?1 ' a. FINCH, .1 CS'I ICE.
IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICA?
TION OF THE HERMANIA BANK OF
'ill K CITY OF NEW Y< IRK FOR A I -
THOR1TY TO CHANGE ITS NAME TO
COMMONWEALTH BANK ORDER
CHANGING CORPORATE NAME.
upon reading n.ml Ii I f i ? pr tho petition of
Tho Germania Bank of tho City of '-????.
York, .? domestic stock corporation duly
Incorporated under the General 1: nk ng
Laws of the Stain of New York, duly verl
l!.-.1 !,-.- F.dward ? Schaefer, its Prestdei .
on tho 19th <t.i>- of December, 1917, ivhei -
In said petitioner prays for .an order au?
thorizing It to assume .noti.-r corporate
name, to wit, tho name of "COMMON?
WEALTH BANK," ami upon llllng the
ri ?? ilutlon of ii.>- Boa rd ? : 1 dr< c ors of
the said THE c El: M AN 1 A BANK OF
illl, CITY OF NEW YORK authorizing
said change of corporate name, adopted
Dee? iber ISth, 1917, and the approval of
the -ii id pi til lun by the Sup rinteiiu u ol
Banks ,?i tho State ->f New Yor.nd
proofs that* copies <<t t?.?; said petition and
notice of motion heroin were ?Inly tiled
??it;? the Secretary of State and with Hie
Superintendent of Banks of tho State ?f
New York, aiui upon tiling due pt.f by
a??davV?ts showing th.i notlca of ia- pr??
sentai Ion of said ?.-, i it Ion hs ? :-? en duly
publl lictl on ?' . : each . ? ? ;, fi r three - ?? ?
- p -?ii ? ? eekn In tl ? "N i< York Sun" ;?? !
"*>?. Y, rk rribilne,' : - i laily tie\?, spa
pere desigi d bj the Superintendent of
Bauki "t ihe State ,,f New v--,?-;-? and pub
?? I ? . ?n ' ? ? ' nd C lunty uf New
York, ri which ? ?. .- uch i orporatlon
has ? bU! o.llc und 'in- i '??urt be
-.-?. tied said petition and by the
? ?? . i and - -i II -? ? pn si nt?,; th? i ??
with thai the pctli Ion is true and there
Is n i re? sonable objection to the change of
? .:.. ? proposed, and thai the petil
be n dul: authori.ed, and that notice of
ho pn [the petition _s required
by law '. Ii .- '? : le;
NOW, ON MOTION of FITCH &
? . ' ? ornej tor the said p? titioner,
:. one Dpposh ?a. It Ii
? iRDBREl ' that : .a ? i?- titio . :- . and th -
sai lien ? ?? Is, granted, aud : hat I he
pi titton? r ??" In, rilK GER MANIA BA> K
i il -in; C1T) OF N EW 5 - IRK, be, and
?- ' erebv Is, authorized to assume another
orporati i ai t< . to wit, "COMJH 'N
A'EALTH BANK," on and after the 15th
.:- vpril, 1918; ai ?! It is
; i RTIIER ORDERED AND DIRECTED
that this order b? entered and the papers
upon which it Is granted be filed within
??-:- (10) days from the date hereof in tho
Office of the Clerk ol the City and County
of New i'ork, the County in which tlig
certificate of Incorporation of said cor?
poration Is filed, iiini that a certified copy
of this order within ten (10) days after
: ? -? entry thereof '-?,? mod ? i i he Offi ?? o?
! the Secretary of Stati und In the Office
,,f the Superintendent o? Ban';-) of th?
State of .New York, and further, that a.
copy of this ,,i-?i-f be published In New
. y irk I-. rournal ai ; Thi Tribune,
? . sp per ; ubllsl the I 'ounty of
v ... York ? - eck for tour successive
veeks, i" glm Ing l( -,. ten (lo) ?.ayi
!.. ' IRD I! FINCH.
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and higher, but futures closed 20 points I
lower. j
Yesterday'? A year
Contract : close. >wo. ? ?
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FORECLOSURE S.A!?ES !
SUPREME ?"??CUT, COUNTY OF NEW I
Vim,,-. METROPOLITAN LIFE INSUR?
ANCE COMPANY, Plaintiff, against THE
LUSTGARTEN CO., INCORPORATED, and;
others, Defendants.
in pursuance of a judgment of foreclosure :
arid sale, duly made and en'ero! In t!-.<5 ;
above-entitled action and bearing date the j
31st day of .January, 191R. I, the under
signed, the referee In paid judgment ;..-.?
???ill s?ll at public auction, \nt the Exchange j
Salesroom. Nos. i4-i?j Vesey Street, In the '
Korougl? o? Manhattan, City of New York,
on the 6th day of March. 1918, at 12 o'clock
? noon on that day. by JOSEPH P. DAY, Aui -
tinneer. the premises directed by rail Judg
ment to bo sold, and therein described as
follows:
ALL those certain lot?. pldMs or parcels ?
- of land with the buildings and Improvements ;
thereon, situate; lying and being in the j
I Borough of Manhattan, City, County and
State of Now York, an<% bounded and de
BEGINNING at a point on the northe:!v
of Twelfth Street dl tant one hundred ?
si 1 eighty-five (185) feet two (2) inches,
-? ?! .-??.- from the corner formed by the in- :
I tersection of the northerl: Bide or T-.velf-.h
Street with the westerly side of .Sixth Ave-;
. te; running thence northerly at right angles ;
? to the northerly side of Twelfth Street part, j
. ?: the way through a party wall one hun- I
? red and three (IOS) feet three (3) inches to
the centre line of the blook between Twelfth
and Thirteenth streets; thence westerly along I
said centre line and parallel with Twelfth
Street seventy-flvo (75) feet; thence south-,
' erly at right ?ingles to the last aforesaid line '
part of the way through a party wall one ?
hundred and three H031 feet three (3) inches i
? i the northerly side of Twelfth Street and ;
' thence easterly along the northerly side of.
Twelfth Street seventy-five (76) feet to the.
I point or place of beginning. The above de
I scribed premises lie in Section 2, Block 6?/8.
. on the band Map of the County of New
Vor);.
Dat?d. New York. February 11th. 1915.
ROBERT M. RK'IJ. Referee.
BUTOITER. TANNER *: rOSTF.il, Attor
neys for Plaintiff, No. I Madison Avenue.
Borough of Manhattan, New York City, j
The following Ik a diagram of the property '
. to bo sold: its street numbers are 119 to 125 ;
; West 12th StVeer
Centre line of block.
_ . _ its
13th Street
The approximate amount of the Hen or '
? '?'?.arpe, to satisfy which the above-described !
! property is to be sold, is $08.320.34 with in- ?
I terost thereon from the 21st day of January, |
, 1918, together with \.l,i corta and allowance ?
1 amounting to $461.54 wiu interest from
January 31st, 1918, together with the ex?
pensen of the sale. Tbo approximate amount |
of the taxes, assessments and water rates.
I or other liens, which arc to be allowed to I
the purchaser out of the purchase money, or
paid by the Referee, is $13.74 and interest.
Dated, New York, February 11th. 191?.
ROBERT M. REID, Referee.
SUPREME! i'iil'l'.T, COUNTY OF NEW
VORK.?Harriet II. Ilartnett, Plaintiff,,
against Jacob Di Jong c al., Defendants.
In pursuance of a judgmjent of foreclos?
ure and sal", duly made and entered in the,
above-entitled action au.I bearing ita:<- the
I Slat day of January, 1918, I. the ?.- ' --
signed, th referee In said judgment named,
will sell at publie auction, at the Exi hange
Salesroom, ?ios. 14-1(1 Vesey Street, : the
Borough of Manl ?". i . City of Se York,
the ' : : day of Mar, h, 1918, .it ; : o'cl :
.-?'?? on that day, by Daniel G) enwald,
urtionecr, : ?? ? premises directed by said
. ?. . ?mi nt to be sold, and there in ? scrl I
as follows;
Ai,!, that ei tali ot, piece or par:'?1! of
? land, i '.?? thi buildings th< reon er ?? ted,
situate, lying ri;-i being in the Borough of.
danhattan. City of New York. County and'
.- He of New York, and bounded and dc
scrlbod as follows:
BEGINNING at a point on the northerly
of One Hundred and Sixth (106)
- r ;. distant two hundred and five (205)
feet easterly from the northeasterly corner
. .if Fourth Avenue and One Hundred and
Sixth Street; running thence northerly]
parallel with Fourth Avenue and partly
through a party wall one hundred (190)
feet and eleven (11) Inches to the centra
Uno of the block; thenci easterly along
said centre lino of the block and para'.iel
with One, Hundred and Sixth Street twen?
ty-five (25) feet; thence southerly and
parallel ? ith Fourth Avenue a^d partly
throug ; a certain part} ill one hundred,
(li 'i fee eleven (11) Inches to the north?
erly ski ? of One Hundred and Sixth Street;
and thence westerly along the northerly
side of One Hundred and Sixth .Street
? -five (25) feet to the point or place
f n.??.?: M '? .
BEING the same premises conveyed to
the party of the first part by Dena
Joveshof by deed bearing date. December
17, )-"-;, and recorded on the same day !*> \
II ? office of the Register of the County of.
New York, In Liber 33 of Conveyances,
Page 7?, Section 0.
Dated, New York, February Cth, 191S.
ISAAC GUTMAN, Referee.
BREWSTER ,? FARRIES, Attorneys for
Plain'Iff. 165 Broadway, Borough of
Manhattan, New York City.
The following t-1 a diagram of the prop
en y to be sold; its street number is 117
'? East 106 St.
107 Street.
106 Stre< t.
The approximate amount of tv'? lie: or
I charge, to satlsf> which the abovi de?
scribed property is to be sold Is $18,953.75
vith interest thereon from the 23rd day uf
January, 191 S, togeth - Ith tl ? costs and
al owai.? amounting to $366.03, ? Ith In?
te? si from January 3 . 191 . togel 1er
- '.i thi expenses of the sale The appn si
a amount of the taxes, assessi lents and
ator rates, oi other liens, which are to
:?? allowed to the purchaser out of the
purchase money, or paid by the Referee,
i? $4 ,n .'..'.", c,:.?-! Interest.
Dated, New York, February 5th, 191e;.
ISAAC GUTMAN. P.efereo.
SUPREME COURT OF THE STATE OF
New York, County of New York.?
BROOKLYN TRUST COMPANY, Plaintiff,
a:rai:ist IDA L. RICH, and others, De
f ndants.
l.i pursuance of a. judgment of fore
I closure and sal . ..,,.:, n ade ain'l entered
i in tho above-entitled action and b(-?.r::;;
I date the 22d day of January, 1918. I, the
undersigned, Liie P. ferce In said judgment
'-?-- d, ? t:.1 seli ; ? pub le auctioj , at :'..e
; hangi Salesi m, Nos. 14-16 Vesey
Street, in tho 1 lor. lUgn ol Manhatti I ty
of N< - \,,r\.. on tin :.'? day of February,
1918. al u'cloi It noon i n that da; , by
Hem Brady. c itionc r, the premises
directed by : d . . ; . nt to be sold ai.d
therein d< scribed a ; folio
ALL that loi of land in the Borough o?
Manhattan, City of New Vor'.., with the
bi ' di i th? , bounded and described
Ja fOllON
BEGINNING a: a point In the southerly
'side of Eighty-eighth Street, distant two
hundred und flftj :. o feel easterly from
t to int? rsection o? the ?out! er] ? sid> - '
? Eighty-eighth Street, an'l the Easterly sVe
C -mst udam A ., nue; and running thence
Southerly, parallel ivl h Amsterdam Ave
: ue, and part of th? ay through * party
. . one hundr? d feet, ? Ight ano .?? ?.
half Inches to the middle lino of the b
thence Easterly, a!o: g said '.'..-. -, eighteen
feet: thence Northerly, parallel with Am-'
I stardam ivenu?-, and par- .,f ?'-.., v,, .?
; throug n another party al , o ?? hundred
feet, eight and one-ha ; Inches, to tho
Southerly side of Eighty-eighth Street,
and thence -.Visi.ri: . along the southerly I
side of Eighty-eighth Stre< :, eighteen
;... ' to tl e point of beglnnii g
Th? li g Is b diagram of the prop?
erty to ?d; . street number is i>;s
West 88 ?:
An. - .. at? rour.t - f mortgag debt,
costs and ! i? $15.196.92. Taxes and
water r< , . approximately, $795.42.
Dated, Nev York, January ">0tn, 19IS.
CHARLES PUTZEL, Referee.
CULLEN & DYKMAN, Attorneys for
Plaintiff, 171 Montagus Street Bor
... igj of i;. <,..>,:;. n. Ne-.- V"ik q
siouAta: notices
W! v n,i, S..I.I. ??' PI BLIC V' i l? ?
ON V. .. DAY, FEBRUARY 27TH,
"?'.-.. ?' 10:30 '.. M.. and on every suc
? ?- dlni Wedn day until a)! : i Id
\ M I ? '.:
COOK - M'" 'II >N R? iO IS, - 19-21 I East
I25tl - v irk City, household g,>"?-?)
*?? : peri nal ? n ta for unpaid storage
a. ' ither - ???.-? . ? u by or in the
:... ? s *.. fullfj s:?S. i-. Isky, Mrs % al
Mr.. Bub) K* ifman, Miss Harrb :
Tabor, Mrs. Uoi Daly, Mrs I. J .
Mr. Falso n and Mr Rro m
IUOT.AI. STOKACE WAKKHOISF.S. I\(
i L50 id i. M i/tiiii KTKKCT
m;\\ "iOliR t II"V . N. A .
FOUECEOSLRE SALES
NEW YORK, SUPREME COURT. COU NTT
or Nbw York, County Clirk'e Index No.
8.146, J917.--VAN DYCK ESTATE. Plain?
tif, airains: REGN?8 CONSTRUCTION CO.
INC., and others. Defeni?nt?.
In pursuance or a JiMfment of foroclosur*
?nd sale, duly mad?-, and entered in the
above-entitled action and bearing dato th<?
28th day of January. 191*. I, the under?
signed, the refereeo In j-ahl Judgment named.
will sell at pL'bii" auction, a', the ijxrharg-*
Salesroom, Nos. 14-16 Vesey Street, In the
Borough of Manhattan, City of New York.
?-?.I the 21st day of February 1918. at 12
o'clock noon on that day, by HENRY BRADY.
At tloneer, tho premie? directed by said
? gment to bo sold, and therein described
us follows:
ALL thOM i*?o certain lota, pieces or par
eels o? land situate, lying and Ivlng In the
Borough o? Manhattan. City, Count? ara
State <>f New York, being bounded and Ue
si rlbed ?'i follows :
FIRST PARCEL: Beginning at the co-net*
formed by the Intersection of the westerly
side of Port Washington Avenue with the
southerly side of On* Hundred and SeYenty
Second (172nd) Street; running thence west?
erly, along raid southerly side of O-io Hun?
dred and Sevcnty-fto'oud (172nd) Street, two
hundred and twenty (230') feet, three and
seven-eighths ?.","?'"> Inches; thence souther?
ly, at rig';.', angles to said sojtherly aide
of One Hundred and 8eVenty-S-*cond ?172nd>
Htreet. forty-two (43') feet, se'-cn-eighths oj
an inch '7?"' to the northerly lind of th??
land now ?,,- formerly belonging to tho heir*
of Susan li. War?', deceased; thence east?
erly along .aid northerly line of said ?a?:
mentioned land, two hundred ami tweoty-six
(226') ieet. four and one-half (4%*) inchex
to said westerly side of Port Washington
Avenu??; thence northerly alorg said westerly
side of said Fort Washington Avenue, twen?
ty-six (26') feet, four and three-eighths
?4S?"' inches to the point or place o? be?
ginning.,
SECOND PARCEL: Beginning at the
corner formed by the Intersection of th- eag?
erly side of Haven Avenue with the souther'.;/
aide of O.-ie Hundred and Seventy-Second
?]72nd> Street: running thence easterly
along said southerly side of One Hundred an I
Seventy-Second (172nd) Street, on?; b
and sixty-nine (169') feel (o a point two
hundred and twenty (220') feet, three and
seven-eighths CJ"*"' inches westerly aior.g
said street from the v esterly Bide of Fort
Washington Avenue; thence southerly, at right
angles to t>>,ld southerly side of One Hundred
and Seventy-Second (172nd) Street, forty
two <42'> feet, seven-eighth;* of an Inch '
??'?"1 to tho northerly line of the land BOW
or formerly belonging to the heirs of Susan
B. Ward, deceased; fence westerly, aior.g
the said norther'/ line of hm.1,1 last men?
tioned land one hundred and forty-five (1*6'?
feet, nin?i and flve-eigh-.h? (9%") Inches to
sail easterly side of Haven Avenue; thence
: irtherlj along said easterly side of IIa--er.
Avenue as the same - rves. llfty-elght (58'.
feet, five and three-eighths t5r_ ) inches :
the point or place of beginnim
SUBJECT to two Duiidmg loan mortgage
ea.cn given to secure tho payramt of Nlnet: -
five thousand dollars ($96,000) and interest,
one recorded In the office of th* Register of
the County of New York, in Liber 105 oC
Section 8 of Mortgage:-:, -,;-ge -03. an?i the
other r?"-orded in the office of the, said Regis?
ter In Liber 103 of Mortgages of Section 8.
page 301, both of said mortgage.* being prio.
llers on said premises: and
SUBJECT to the usual covenant? against
nuisance?.
Dated, New Tork, Januarv 29t'i. 19!S.
SAMUEL II. ORDWAY, Referee
MIDDLUBROOK & BORLAND, Plaintiff's
Attorneys. No. 45 Cedar Street. Man?
hattan, New York, N. Y.
The following is a diagram of the prop?
erty to be soid ; the street cumbers are 700
and 7o9 West 172nd Street :
West 172nd Street
ioV 1 220' Z%" ?;- *
I*
First
Second Parcel.
> ?
Parcel,
lia' 9%_i__
226' 4%:
'. s approximate amount of the lien or
chargo, to satisfy which the abi ve-des nbed
property Is to be soi : is 840.891 .8, - th li
-.-.,. thereon from t:;-- !2th da: of January-,
1918, together . allowance-?
a: lountlng to 5567.4 l ?ereBt from
Jai uary 28ih, 9IS oget r with the ex?
penses of the sale. . - e amount
of the taxes, assessments and ?? Lter rates, or
other liens, which are to be allowed to th?
purchaser ou ol the purchaso money, or
j,3id by the refe e, is SI ?? ? terest.
Dated, Ne- Yorl ranuai 29th 1918
SAMUEL U ORDWAY. Referee
NEW YORK SUPREME COI RT. COUNTY
'" No i ' oi ? Jona M -Manus, >1H Life
Tenant under tlie u.v. will and T stament of
John McManus leceascd. f ilntiff agalr i
<;ran?,y Corporation, et al Defendan
In pursuance of -,? .: : Ignient of ior?*o!osur?
and sale, duly ma la an '. < nt< re I in tl a abo ?
entitled action and bearing ?..?? the 3lst <ia
of January, 131S. I. tho undersigned, the
Referee In said judgment named, will ?-eil ??'.
public auction, at the Exchange Salesroom.
Nos. 14 - J. ?; Vesey Street, in the Borough ?"
.-Jim.I.attan. City of New York, on the !?
day of March. 1918. at 53 o'clock noon on
that day, by Samuel Marx, Auction? : -,
premises directed by said Judgment to
sold, and therein" described :?.?? follow,!
ALL C.iat certain lot. pi? parcel of
'and. with the Improvetnei - . ??
lying and being In the Borough of Manhat
tan, C ty of New York, boi r:d ii i described
ad follows: BEGINNING at a point formed
by Intersection of the Easterly sido ol Lex
Ington Avenue -.-:,li t..? Southerlj bide of
Twenty-sixth Street, and running then -
Southerly .along the said Easi ?:'... Bide of
Lexington Avent'e, Twc. ?4> feet
eight jin-l one-quarter (8l?) inches, tbence
Easterly and parallel ivi h I venty-slxth
Street and through thi centre of a. party
wall, Sixty-two (82) ??-:, .. ? Norther
and parallel witl 1 ? . Pwent
four (24) feet, eig quarter ? S '4 >
inches to the Southei _.-,.- ?? . -.-,,?-._t ? :
Street", and thence Westerl; along the South?
erly side of Twenty-sixth rcet Sixty-two
(62) feet to the iwir,; or placo of beginning.
be tho said several distan es and dimension.-?
more o- less, said premises being known and
designated as ai.d by the Street Number Sei -
enty-seven (77) Lexington Avenue.
Dated, v-- fork, February 6th, 1918.
JOSEPH STEINBERG, Referee.
HENRY S. COOK, Attorney for Plain?
tiff, P. O. & Office Address. No. 38
Park Row. Borough of .Manhattan,
? rork ? '?'; .
The following if a. diagram of the prop?
erty to be ?.old; Its Street Number is 77
Lexington Avenue: ?
26th Street.
'" . approximate a mou of he lien
charge, to satisfy v ... ? the above di -
scribed prop? riy It to be sold. Is Thlrt; -
ont thousand. '.'? e hundred ?'..?1 twelve
49 100 ($31,512 dollars, with inter?s:
thereon, together with the expenses of ti-.->
sale. The approximate amount of thi
taxes, assessments and water r_tes. or
. . Lens, which are to bo allowed tj
??..- purchaser out of the purchase none;,
or paid by the Refere? . Is Three hundred
and sixty-five ($365.00) Collars, and In
terest.
Dated, '.' ? York. February $th. 191S.
JOSEPH STEINBERG. Referee.
SUPREME COURT, COUNTY OF NEW
...... NATIONAL ACADEMY OF PU?
SH.:--, N'.aintiif, against LILLIAN SIMS and
-,? ten .defend? .
. pursu nee of a judgment of foreclosure
and Lie, i , - .-? and ? a te red in th?
':????? Itled ic Ion and bearing date the
?iii day o? February, 1918, I. the under
('-. I. the Referee In said ; )-gmen( named.
will Bell at public auction, at the Exchange
Salesroom Vesey Street, In th??
I ?orough of : iia n, Cit; of New Yoi
on the 1918. at 12 o'cloc
? ?o oi hat di ARTHI R ? ' SHERI
1 ?AN, A -.- ioneei - - ? ? i I y
.... . .? ? to be - . thei ein a? ?
- ? - i folk
All md In the Borough of
\:, :.: rk. bout It i ami
de ?eribed
: the southerl
1st St ' t 82 feet 3 2-3
. corn? r formed i -
be er ection ol sou ? ?.;? side of Blei
SI eet Ith /he ?- ? Me ?f i'_- :. a
. ' long the
eet, 19 feet 8
... : p ilnt opposii ; the
centre o? : party ? ? .. see SO? i HERL1 .
? 'A ' ? party wall ai
line ? mi inuatioi th eof, 100 fee- 8H
? centre .'? of the 1 lo ?h . tbence
: -.,.!..., along ent re line c*
Ihe I feet 8 ti ches, and then???
NORTH RLY, paralle ... tie westerly
side o? Park Avenue, 100 tee* *s? Inches t?
the said m ither?y side of 91st Street, at the
point or :?'...- o of beginning.
Date!. ? ew V- rk, Febi lary 14. 1918.
WILLIAM HENKEL. Jr.. Referee
Phi -i ? East . Webb, Attorney? for Plain
49 Broadway, Borough
of Ma .'..-' ? ' ? ??-..'? ?
The following Is a diagram of the proper
?y to be sold; Its street number Is ?6 E ?
?a: Street.
r?,- 61st Sti ?
Th?? approxlina ?? airs it of the
charge, to sat) iy whl ab -, le crib?
! property is to be sold, : Eighteen thousand,
one hundred eixt; ?? I18.162.tl
i ?ollara with Interei t the reo
day of February, 1*18 I t^th??? wl
and ailowan e amounting I tndred
thirty-three an ; .s 100 (8383.28) Dollars,
with Interest from February - 1918
gether with the expenses of the .-?!?? 1 h?
approxim < e amount
men s . -,.; u
whi h ur- to Vw -?
?.n- of the purchaso monej .-.
Referee le Five hu red . . ?
? - ? ?
!?., -- S??. ? ?
4 V,'1LL>AM HENKliL, J: , l:....;?.

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