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Miscellaneous Markets
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io pt., ff
Pobltc utilities
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v?n Licht * Traction.,.197
Am Light A Traction pf...., 91
Adirondack Rlec Power., 14
Adirondack Elec Power pf... 75
A? Cas ft Electric.,,....118
Am Oaa A Kloctrlc pf....f.,t 40
An? Power & Light.,,,,, 83
Am Power * Light pf...,..,. 73
Am Public I'tllltles. 8
Am Public Utilities pf........ 13
Am Watt^rworks Electric. I
Am W W A E partie, pf-, 4
Am W W & E, 1st pf. 85
Carolina Power A Lignt. St
t'lties Service.401}
do pf ..... 73 U
Cities Service bankers ctfs.... 43
fit los S.-r 7 pc serC, 1966... 159
Colorado Power...,,., 1*
Colorado Power pf...'.., 90
<\>m Pr Ry A L....,,. 17
Com Pr Ry & L pf.,., 40
Don Gaa A Blec Oen
Kloctrlc Bond A Share
Emrire District Electric
Federal Ught & Traction.
Voilerai Liprht A Traction pf.. 40
(Jas A Kloctrlc Securities.360
Gss A El?ctrlo Securities pt. M
Northern Onio Electric.?
Northern Ohio Electric pt.... 57
Nor Ontario Light A Power. 11
Northern Ontario Lt A Pow pf 83
Northern States Power. 62
Northern States Power pf...., 89
Pacific Oas A Blectrio pf.... 8?
?public Ry & Light Co pf... 10
Southern California Edison... 88
S ?m hern California Edison pf.lPO
Standard Gas A Blectrio.88
Standard Gas A Electric pt.. 41
Tonn Ry Light A Power. 8
'.'? nn Ry Light A Power pf., 6
United Light A Ry?_,..,,? ?
United Light A Rys-, 1st pf,. 69
Western Power .81
do pf.4. 7*
Bonds
Aptaaiach Power 1st 6a.....
Cincinnati Gas A Elec 6s '64.
Col Cas A El'eo 5s '27.......
Col Power, '53 .......rt
lillas. Elec Bs '28.
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JiliaaElec fis 's?. ??
East fJexas Eleo 6a '48........ 78
7a -31. *?
Kl Paso Elco col 6a. 86
eat West Power 5s '46. S3??
Midwest Util Ss '36.......... 9?
Miss River Power 1st 68., 7?
N irthern Ont Light A P 6s.. 78
Northern States Power 6s *88. $8
Pacific Gas A
J'?get Sound
?"?vin City C _ ..
In Light A R 1st 6a '82....,, fi
do deb 6a, 'U.,,.,.,. M
Sugar Stocks
Bid. Asked.
Card-Am.. 20
tes Power 6s 'IS. t?
fc Elec 8s '11,,.. 18
Trao L A P ??., JS
A E Fa.,.., 75
do pref. 70
C Aguirre.410
I ~jardo .ISO
tit West. .4ig
do pref. 11a
ttunta'mo. SO
Mat-Am , 6
Mat-Am pf
Michigan.. .
National ,14'
N Niquero.2'
S Cecelia,,
do pref,
Savannah,,
do pref.
lit.
Am Cyan, 80
do pref. 54
By-Prod.. 10S
t':issin Co. 45
Dow Ch... 175
Du P C pf 8
Fed Chem.100
do pref. ?i
Uraselli ..100
do pref. 100
Chemical Stock?
8
115
50
?00
10
Hook Elec. 65 TB
do pref? 65 75
Ky Solvay. 90 115
Merc Co p. 95 >? 09
A Tob dvs.185
Conley Foil.330
G W Holmes.156
do pref.. 93
J S Young. 130
do j?ret.. 95
Mac A A Fb.155
Merrimac., B2
Mulford Co 56
Mutual 0.,ISO
100 Nisg Alk p SO
Semet C...165
101 Solv Proe.,190
Tobacco Stocks
Porto R-AT.12?
R 3 Heyn A.540
do ser B..45Q
do pref,..105
Weyman-B,,167
do pref.,, 97
?90
?60
166
102
138
105
165
175
132
570
485
?
102
Miscellaneous Stacks
90
85
85
98
185
90
50
35
96
70
92
Am Chicle 85
do pref. 80
Am Leath 76
do pref. 95
Am Mfg..l80
do pref. 87
Am M&F.100
Am Typ F 47
APTNJ 25
A W C pf 94
Atlas P C 65
a B&S 1 p 88
do 2d pf 70 ?
Bor C Mk.110 lia
Bush T pf 77% 85
Celluloid. .144 155
Childs Co. 83
do pref. 94
City Inves 65
CohE Sy.1000
t'rk'W pf. 96
n L& W.163
F R 1st pf 97
. do 2d pf 99
Draper C.141
Int Sil pf. 9b
Leh V S C 87
87
68
75
1200
101
170
100 j
100%
145
100 I
90
Lima L pf 97 100
Nat Cash.. 115 ?
N J Zwst,270 $?78
NColpf.102% ?
O'Neill pf. 98 99%
Phelps D..240 250
Phil J Cor 65 70
do pref. 96 96
Pr & W pf 95 ?
R Reis & C 26 28
do pref. 91 95
By BaU P. 140 150
do pref. 93 96
Singer Mg.168 172
S L IMAP 42 48
Stall C pf.102 105
S D W pf .108% 103%
Stem B P. 110 112
TAPCAOn.145
Valvol pL.104
i V Baalt In 40
1 do pref. 86
IW C Kerr. 50
do pref. 80
W A B pf.100
(Yale
265
155
107
50
93%
65
15
103
275
Steel and Ordnance Stocka
Am Brass.22?
Atlas Pw.150
do pref. 90
Bab & W.115
Bliss. EW.420
do pref. 62
Can F&F.180
Carb Stl.,110
do 1 pf.102
do 2d pf 70
flelts Ams 55
D P Pow.363
?Ex dividend.
229
155
!i2
120
450
68
190
115
110
75
60
375
JEast Steel. 3'
(Emp S A ? 25
i do pref. 65
'Here P. ..220
39
35
70
885
1 "d?Cp*r?f.l07%??9%
INilea B-P.106 110
I do pref. 107 110
IScov Mfg.395 415
Thorn Iron 3o 35
Win Cor..375 ?*
Woodward. 44% 49
America
Atlantic .. .215
Am Exch...300
Battery ...210
Bnwery ...420
Brant P...150
Bway Cent. 150
Bronx Nat. 150
Butch & D. 33
Chase .....440
Chat A P..320
Chelsea Ex.125
Chemical ..585
?"its Nat...255
City.420
Coal A I..245
Colonial ...350
Commerce ."42
Columbia ..200
Corn Exch.470
Cosmop'tan.110
r.,m'cial E.415
C ta'wealth.221
Cuba .170
East River. 150
Ffth Nat.. 150
Fifth Ave.. 900
First Nat..9S5
Foreign TB ?
New York Bank Stocks
?IC.arfield N..335
?IGotham ,,..200
315 Greenwich ,375
220jHarriman ,.365
?(Hanover ,...820
160J Industrial ,.200
16011m A Trad.590
160 ?Irving Nat.390
?ILiberty ,...465
4601 Lincoln ,...280
330Manhat Co, .240
? Mech A M..460,
? Metrop'tan .340
? Mutual ,., .400
430!MerchantS ..233
??New Neth..200
? N YN B A.43B
355) Park.740
?(Pacific .135
480 Produce Ex.375
? Public .280
?(Seaboard ...625
2:iOSecond.40fr
180! State .230
170! i'Stl Ward.. 130
? Un States... 170
950 Union Ex... 186
1015lWV.hcf?tei AJOft
lG5|Yoikville ...325
225
400
840
215
610
400
475
295
470
380
420
24?
210
760
425
240
140
195 1
?include? or.e-half share Irving Trust.
Trost and Surety Companiea
Alliance ... 81 ?j Lawyers T.. 135
?Am Trust. ? ??Lincoln Tr.l75
Am Surety. %2 83,Manufac'era.205
Bankers ...395 4!>5'Mercantile ..290
Bond A M.230 240j.Metropol ...300
BSt.ynTCo.500 515!Mtge (Bond?, 94
? ? nt Union.450 460 Mut T of W.105
Columbia ..885 375 Nat Surety.210
t .mm.-rcal 150 160|?N Y Title,140
Empire Tr.J90 ?IN York T, .888
Editable t.2S0 290 N Y LIAT.750
l?rm L&T.440 450 Peoples ,...290
Franklin -.250 2S0JReaity Asco.110
Fulton -250 2?0?Scand'nav'n.890
Fidelity ...220 240|Title G A T.410
Guaranty ..405 410.Un States./850
Hamilton ..255 265 U S M A T.415
Rttdsoa T. .130 140 U B T Guar 80
Kings Co..C?O 605 We*tchester.,130
Lawyers M. 120 125JWAB T A M.165
145
820
r?H
125
220
145
77?
S10
120
910
420
900
4:?5
85
140
175
485
615
? See New York TUle and Mortgage.
s Own* all American Trust Company.
Insurance Companiea
Am Alliance,260 2801 Great Am..,479
City of NY.120 130 Hanover ... 80
Com'nwlth.. 300 325]H<im?i ,,,,,. 53.5
Continental. 81 87'Nat Liberty. 17<l
Fid A Phoa.700 760!Niagara ,,.215 ?
Franklin ., 8? 94?8tuyvesant , 50 713
Globe A B.1000 ? j Westcheater. 28 41
Standard Oil Stocks
Bid. Aaksd.
Argle-American Oil Ce, Ltd.ZO'/?, lOV,
Atlantic Refining Co.,..ir>90 1CZS
<io pf, new Issue, ,,,,,. 114 115
ti/me-Scrymaer Co. ..,,,,,.., 4*0 480
uckeya Pipe Line,.,, 93 95
C/tesebrougn iifg Co, cons..,, 860 2t>5
do pf. 107 110
do rights .,,.,,..,.,,.. 3 4
Continental Oil Co......650 675
c:rfc?c?:nt Pip? Line Co.. 82 34
Barak? Pipe Line. 180 168
Galena-Signal Oil Co pf, new 104 10H
do pf, old.J07 111
<ta com. 83 87
?liluols Pipe Line. 170 176
Imperial OU Co, Ltd. 126 136
Indiana Pip* Line. 8? 102
International Pet Co, Ltd.... 7? 78
X?w York Transit. 170 176
ft?.Wtr.nl Transit Co. 24 3?
Korther n Pipe Lin* Co. 3 03 107
OfcM OU <:<>..,. 88 4 S?8 ?
r-.m ;Ux Fu?l Co. 70 73
ratri? on a Om. 6*o eso
tfrnltim i'ttf Mn#. 2?o '?f,z
Hotxu v-ur> Oil <:?.... We ;;??o
Hoir Jf-nnlnK Co.., 336 340
?)</-.th<-rn Pipe Lin?. 1*3 1?8
f^Mthvreat i'erm P!p* Lin*?,, 9? 102
ftanda.'d Oil i>t California_ 928 339
t;<t of Indiana. '..,,. 736 760
Ao nt K*??a*. 826 676
?In of VL-rtWMy. 488 4*0
At JUbrtjfk?..^??0 l!,o
? , S'-.w J*r*<-.y ..,,. 7?* 74i
l? 1/1*1. iH?/, MS
u, ,,? ''<??/ "fork,.,,,. 44-? 44$
to of Ohio. 640 (SO
18 A riiuii .. I fiit i ! ?
it? Ta n ?f ' '.* r fit. Ill l'?'l
.>?><?? Oil Co. ..4*3 <?;%
i-HiUjit 'jn Ce.... *? 4?
llaneous Ma
Miscellaneous Oil Companies
Bid. Asked.
Atlantic I.obos Oil Co, com... 60 70
Cosden A Co. 10 10%
Elk Basin Petroleum Co. 8% *%
Houston Oil Co, T,td...,. 145 155
Mn?rnolin Petroleum Co.'. 440 460
Merritt OU Corporation. 21% 22
Midwest Refining Co. 176 178
National Fuet & Oas Co. 146 155
Northwest Oil Co. 35 40
Pierce Oll. SS 10?
Producers Refining Co. 9% 9%
8apulpa Refining Co. 6 % 6%
Short Term Securities
Security, rate maturity. Bid Aak Yleh?
Am Cotton Oil 6s, 1924...97% 98% S.4S
Am Tel A Tel 5a 1923... 96 9?.%, 7.SS
do 6s. 1924. 95 96 7.1?
Am Threa?! fis, 1920.100 102 5.76
do 6s, 192?.100% 101 6.0?
Ame Tobacco 7s, 1920_101% 102 6.2?
do 7s. 1921.,.101% 102 6.25
do 7s, 1922.. 96 96% ?.66
do 7?, 1923.101% 102 % 6.25
Anaconda Con 6s 1922...109 110 -
do conv 6s. 1923.109 110 -
do conv 6s, 1924.109 110 -
Both Steel 6s, 1923.109 110 -
do 7s, 1923.109 110 -
Can Pac Ry 6s. 1924_ 97 98%
Cen Argentine Ry ?s, 1927 !)8 98%
C B A Q Int 4s, 1921. 81 84
ChJ Pneu Tool 6s, 192C... 99% 100%
de ?s, 1921. 99% 100
do ?a 1922. ?? 100
Cuba Am Sugar 6s. 1920. 99 10O
do 6s, 1921.100% 101
Cudahy Pack 7s. 1923...100% 101
nal A Hudson 6s, 1920... 98% 98%
Fed Sugar Ref 5s, 1920.. 97% 97%
General Bleo 6a 1920_100% 100%
Ot Nor Ry 5s, 1920. 98% 99
do 6a, 1923. 98% 99%
Oulf Oil 6s. 1921. 99 99'i
Quit Oil Corp 6s, 1922.... 98% 99%
Heck Val R R 6s, 1924... 91 95
Int nap Trane 7s, 1920... 73 76
3 Deld Pack 7a. 1920_198 190%
do Ts, 1621.190 101
, *? Is. 1922.100 101%
Kan City Tel Ry ?a 1928 98% 99
I.Igirett A Myers Us, 1921 96 ?8
Molina Plow 7a 1020.... 99% 99%
de 7?, 1921.100 101%
do 7e, 193B.100 102%
do 7b, 1924.100 103%
t? ? Central 6s, 1920..,. 99% 99%
Philadelphia Co 6s, 1923 94 95%
Penna Co 4%s, 3921. 99% 99%
rket s
Security, rate, maturity. Bid Ask Yield
Security, rate maturity. Bid Ask Yield
Pitts A C col tr 6s. 1920. 99% 100% 0.75
Proct A Gamble 7s, 1920.100% 100% 6.26
de 7s, 1921.101% 101% 5.79
do 7s. 1922. 102 102% 6.80
I Public S N J, Nov 7, 1922 82 84 ?
I R J Reynolds Tob 6s. 1922 99% 99% 6.20
?Southern Ry 6s, 1922_ 93 94 9.60
St P U D gen 6%s, 1922 98% 99 6.99
Studebaker 7s, 1921. 99% 99% ?.15
do 7s. 1920.109 110 -
Swift A Co 6s. 1921. 99% 99% 6.20
West India S Fin 7a, 1929 98 109 7.16
Utah Seo 8a, 1922. 86 87% 11.09
Westlnghouse 6s, 1920.100 100% 5.25
New York State Bonds
?nter 4%s, Junp, 1965_100 99% 4.52
? <ii? 4%s, July, 1967.100 99% 4.64
do 4'?s, March, 1963...100 99% 4.50
do 4ias, M A N. 1957... 100 99% 4.49
do 4%s, April, 1966_ 94 94% 4.54
do 4%s, March, 1964... 92 94% 4.34
do 4%s, Marct. 1962... 93 94% 4.52
do 4%s, Sept, I960. 93 94% 4.64
do 4%s, M, 1960, op 30 93 94% 4.64
do 4%b, May, 1969. 90% ?1% 4.48
do 4s, May, 1968. 90% 91% 4.48
do 4s, May, 1957. 90% 91% 4.48
Reg 4s, Nov, 1561-66.... 90% 91% 4.49
do 4a Nov, 1936. 98A4 94% 4.44
Inter 3%s, Nov, .1964.... *?% 8S% 4.48
Coup 3%s, May, 1964. 82% 81% 4.48
Reg 3%s, 1960--54, Inc. 82% 93% 4.48
do 3%b, N J940-'60. ino. 4.65 4.40
Ree A coup (serial) 4%s,
June 1919-'30^ inc. 4.S0 - -?
do 4%s, Apr 1919--31, ino 4.80 -? ?
do 4%s, July 1919-'32. inc 4.80 - -
New York Cify Bonds
Can Imp 4%s, Jan, 1964..107% 109 4.91
High Imp 4%s, Sept, 1925.107% 109 4.9?
Canal Imp 4%s, Jan 1965.102 - -
High Imp 4%s, Mur 1965.102 --
B Can Ter 4%s, Jan 1945.102 103% 4.02
High Imp 4e, Mar 1967.. 98% - -
High Imp 4s, Mar 1960
?92 lno. 98% - ??
de 4a M A S 1968. 98% 199 4.99
Canal Imp 4s, J A J 1980
'62 Inc.
Pal S Park 4s, Mar 1961.98*
Battre Cutial Terminal 4s,
Jan 1942-'4G..i?. 98 - -
Federal Farm Loan Bonds
H.S Nov 7938 op 1923. 99 100%
4%s 1930 op 1924. 99 100%
4%s May 1937 op 1928. 99 101
6h May 1938 op 1923.101 102
Markets in
Baltimore
Balea Open High Low Last
470 Atlantic Pet.. 8% 3% 8% 8%
980 Cent Ter S pf. 10 10 10 10
llOOCosden . 9% 10 9% 10
896 Celestino .8.40 8.76 8.20 3.20
478 de pf ..'.... 4% 4% 4% -4%
90 Con? Pew eomlOlH 101% 101% 101%
76 Gen? Coal. 80 80% 80 80%
960 M A Mist Nat 80% 80% 80% 80%
BO Mt Vernotj. M.. 60 60 60 60
490 M? Casua%r,.lll% 112 111 111
180 North Central.-67 67 67 67
?06 U S Fid A Gy.18? 188 186 189
6 W B A Annap. 20 20 20 20
\ Bonds
97000 Coaden 6a A.. 96 96 96 96
90000 Ooaden 6s B... 86% 96 96% 96
1000ChlRy7a.64% 64% 64% 64%
11000 Cone Power 7b 95 96 96 96
3000 Cona Coal 6s. . 96 93 96 96
16000 United Ry Inc 48% 48% 48 48
8000 United Ry 4s. 67 67 67 67
4000 W B A Ann 5b. 78 76 76 76
Boston
97 Ahmeek . 74 74 74 74
100 Alaska . 1% 1% 1%? 1%
236 Alloues. 86 88 36 38
10 Anaconda . 64 64 64 64
900 Arizona Cml... 16 15 14% 14%
SOOBIg Heart. 8% 8% 8% 8%
100 Butte A BaJ.. 40c 40c 40c 40c
815 Calu A Ariz. .. 87% 69 67% 68%
31 Cal A Heckla.405 405 405 405
820 Carson . 36 86% 35% 36
25 Centennial .... 16 16 15 16
25 Chino . 89% 81% 39% 39%
193 Copper Range. 47% 47% 47 47%
T68 Davis Daly.... 18% 14 13% 14
100 Franklin . 8% 4 3% 4
10 Green? Can.../ 88% 88% 38% 38%
50 Helvetia*. ... .'. 3% 3% 3% 3%
220 Inspiration. 60 60 60 60
2 Island Creek... 46 45 45 45
40 do pf. 80 80 80 80
?25 Isle Royale_ 37 37% 37 37%
75 Kerr Lake. 4% 4% 4% 4%
80 Lake Copper... 4% 4% 4% 4%
10 Mason Valley.. 2% 2% 2% 2%
100 Mass. Con. 5% 5% 6% 5%
1610 Mayflower C. C. 11% 11% 11% 11%
350 Michigan . 7% 7% 7-rV 7%
66 Mohawk . 86% 66% 64 66%
300 New Arcadian. 4% 6 ? 4% 5
in New Cornelia.. 23% 22% 22% 22%
775Nor Butte. 18 18% 17% 18%
32 Osceola. 54 65 64 54%
SOOOjlbway. 1% 1% 1A 1 %
83 Old Dominion.. 86% 87 36% 37
600 Seneca. 16% 18% 15% 16%
220 Shannon. 1% 1% 1% 1%
60 8t Mary?. 63 53 * 63 63
100 Sup Copper... 6% 6% 5% 6%
560 Sup A Boston. 4% 4% 4% 4%
135 Trinity. 1% 2% 1% 2
(?30 Tuolumne. 1 1% 1 1%
2T** Union Land. . . 3rV 2fV 2 "
100 US Smelt ex-d. 74% 74% 74% 74%
47 do pfd extd.. 47% 47% 47% 47%
150 Utah Apex_ 2% 2% 2% 2%
50 Utah cons. 9 9 9 9
1200 Utah Metal.... 2% 3 2% 3
100 Winona. 1% 1%' 1% 1%
30 Wolverine. , . 20% 20% 20 20 ,
Railroads
CO Bes A Albany.128 123 123 123
98 Boa El. 87 07% 66% 66%
33 d* pfd. 87 87% 87 87%
20 Dos A Maine.. 37% 37% 87% 37%
10 do pf class A 40% 49% 49% 49%
26 do pf class B. 78 78 76 76
100 Bos Suburb pf. 5% 5% 6% 5%
11 Chi Jet Rypf. 86 86 86 86
115 Mass Eleo pf.. 12% 13 12% 13
JC6NY. NH A H... 27% 27% 27 27
B0 Old Colony... 79 79 79 79
165 West End. 45 46% 45 45%
110 do pf ,,.,.. 64 55 64 65
Miscellaneous
69 Am Ag Chem. 92 94% 92 94%
7? do pfd . 97% 97% 90% 96%
87ff Am OU A Eng. 6% 6% 6% 6%
25 Amoskeag ex..143 143 143 143
400 Am Pneu Svo. 1% 1% 1% 1%
40 Am Sug pf-117% 117% 117 117
1260 Am TAT_ 96% 07 94%' 97
172 Am Wool J>f...104% 104% 104 104
1200 Bost Mex Pet. 2% 3 2% 3
100 Booth . 13% 18% 13% 13%
3875 Eastern Mfg., 32% 35% 32% 35%
"O-) East Boston., 6% 6% 5% 6*?
l'?0 Eastern S C... 22% 22% 22% 22%
9U ?Jdlson .150% 152% 160 160
275 Elder . 35% 36% 35% 38
60 Fairbanks .... 84% 84% 84% 84%
30 Gorton .26% 29% 29% 29%
215Gray . 48% 49% 48 48%
2 Int Cot M pf.. 96 95 96 96
10 Int Portland., 3% 3% 3% 3%
150 do pf . 96 2.-> 25 26
110 Int Products., 44 44 43% 43%
10 do pf . 77% 77% 77% 77%
220 Island Oil_ 5% 6% 6% 6%
26Llbby . 80% 30% 30% 30%
23 Loew? . 10% 10% 10% 10%
162 Maws Oas. 73 74% 73 74%
135 do pf. 61% 61% ?0% ?1
40 McElw 1st pf.100 1001,4 100 100%
i0 Msrgcnthaler..l3l)% 136% 186% 186%
?8 Mex Inv .' 51 % 62 51 % 51 %
9.18 Not Leather.. 16% 18% 18% 18%
117 N E Tet. 86 87 8? 86%
200 Parish A B... 45 45% 44% 45%
35 Pacifie Mills..174 174 174 174
2690 Ohio Body ... 36% 36% 35% 36
00 Hoot . 64% 64% 54% 54%
20 Keeeo Button. 16 16 16 18
215Shawmut 8 S. 31 31 31 31
250 ?Imme Magnet 13 18 17% 17%
10 Stewart Mfg. 48 48 48 48
310Swlft A Co...133 133 132% 132%
20 Swift Int _ 68% 69 68% 59
26 United Drug.. 141 141 141 141
20 United Fruit..?99 199 199 199
670i;nlted Shoe.. 48 49 47% 49
15 do pf. 25% 25% 25% 25%
13. U S Steel_108 108 108 108
10 do pf.113% 113% 113% 113%
1485 Ventura . 16 18% 15% 16%
3040 Waldorf . 21% 21% 20% 21 %
60Wftltham W.. 33% 33% 33% 33%
160 Walworth_ 24 24 23% 23%
Bonds
i 18000 AM T A T 4s. 77 77 77 77
! 6000 A G W I 6s.. 80 81 80 80
! 2000 ?"arson 7s _130 130 130 130
17000 N E Tel 5s... 82 82 81% 82
I 3000 Pond Creek 6s 92 92 92 92
j 2000 Western Tel 5s 81 81 80% .80%
?Ex dividend.
Boston Curb
Bid Askeai Bid Asked
: Black lfwk.90 9? M?x Mot?is. 3 7
Bohemia... J% 1 %?Mid Moss. . . 68 73
Bos A Mon..68 70 ' MoJ Tung... 8 12
Calaveras... 1% 2 'Monarch ...97 99
Champion.. 1 3 (Nati L A Z.. 4 8
Chief Con... 6% 6% Now Doug..12 15
Con Coppr.. 6% 6%'New Baltic. 3% 4
Crown ftrv..3l) 80 Nixon .18 25
Denbigh ...41 50 K'nondaga ..15 20
K A B B. 2 1-16 2%,Pilgrim _48 53
Fortuna ... 1 3 I Pioneer . 1% l %
Cadwden. ... 2% 2%jRngr Pet...26 75 '
Jloma .16 16 Rainier ...11-16 1 \i
I Fought on ..60 75 ?8vn Metals. .27 29
Iron I110SS..25 40 'S W Ml r p. 3 4
Iron Cap..MO 13%'Texana. ...41 44
La Rose. ..35 40 Cn Vrde Ex.41 43
Majestic ...13 18 i Yukon.85o 1%
Chicago
Bales. Open, High. Low. Last
125 Am Radiator..350 358 360 368
100 Am Ht Kily pf. '>'?>'? 92% 92% 92%
17 A D * Cohn.; 45% 45% 45% 45%
1025 Armour pf_109% 110 109% 109%
50 Booth Pish..., 131.; j :< 14 1314 jjjj7
610 BrlMcoe . 74 75 7314 741^
16 Bunt* Bros .. 12% I3'j 12% 12'i
80 Butl?r Broa. .304 304 302 302
?'?Or '? * C Ry ?,r 7% 7V6 7% 7%
78 Chi C1?V It pf, %% g2 31? ;;ll
IM l'ii'U Tool r?s. 2%' 2% 2-4 2 '2
28 Chi ?y ser 2.. r. , r, 6 6
200 Cudahy .102% 104 103% 104
245 Com?*- Kdlson.10?% 107% 106'? 107V4
241? com Motors.. 14 n% 14 14^
44fi <ir. !,?k?>s D... 96 98% 95 fi?i?
20 ?loll H ex dlv. IK 18 18 18
90 Hart H Se M.. 87 97 <td ?7
272 Hupp . 18% 16% 1? 16
V? ,,u,tV^"in ,i.:"rr' ;,fe,/? 100'* M9% lOOtt
?10 J I (.'ase Plow, 24 34 23 23%
60 do 2d pf- 9K% 91% 98% ?Uli
26 LInd?ay Lt- 7% 7% 7 % 7%
1400 Moby ........ 30% 30% ?0% 3?$
?6<90 Mrintwart ,.,, 40^ 41% 40% it
'?''< ''" f'f ? ? . , . li!< 116 116 it
?U AI W U Pf. 41* 41 41 41
Other Cities
Sales. Open. High. Low. Last.
650 Mitchell . 43% 49 47%
2100 Nat Leather/.. 18% 18% 18%
600 Foo Gas_... 35 85% 35
330 Quaker Oats pf 94% 95 94%
100 Reo Motor. 29 29
108 Seare Roebuck.232 232
16 Shaw .270 270
2250 Stow Warner.. 41% 41'
600 Swift Int. 69 691
600 Swift A Co_133% 188'
650 Thompson .... 60% 50*
3500 Un Carbide.... 75% T7
200UnPaperb. 28 28%
70 Wahl . 48 46
60 Wilson . 80 80
SOWrlgley . 80% 80%
Bonds
11000 Arm 6s. 1920. .109% 109% 109% 109%
1000 do 1924.109% 109% 109% 109%
9000 Chi C R Is 6s.. 68% 68% 68% 68%
2000 Chi R aer B 5s. 36 36 36 3b
7000 Com Bd 1st 5s. 87% 87% 87% 87%
1000 Swift 1st 5s... 93% 93% 93% 93%
Detroit
SOOColum Sugar.. 19% 19% 10% 13%
1600 Cont Motor.... 14% 14% 14 14%
lOOFederal. 72% 72% 72% 72*
40 Ford of Can... 428 428 428 428
100 Hayes. 7% 7% 7% 7%
400 Mich Sugar.... 13 13 13 13
300 Nob OllAO pf 2 2 196 1.96
650Packard. 26% 27% 26% 27%
50 do pfd. 96% 96% 95% 95%
Philadelphia
75 Am Gas. 47 49 47 49'
260 Am Stores_ 40 40 40 40
100 Bu? A Suapf. 50 60 60 50
26 Elec Storage...138% 138% 138% 138%
500 Gen Asphalt...119 122% 119 122%
110 Gen Asphalt pfl80 183 ?"* '"*"
10 1rs Co of NA? 35 36
970 Lake Sup. 21 21
80 Lehlgh Nav.... 63 83
107 North Cent- 68% 69%
4 Minahlll. 60
65 Pen Salt Mfg.. 76
105 Phil Co 6 pcpf 33
756 Phil Elec. 25
10 Phil Rap T t c. 27%
16 Rys Co gen... 2 %
200 Tonopah Bel.. 2"
400 Tono Mining.. 2
1115 Unit Gas Imp. 64%
15 York Rys. 8%
Bonds
$2000 El A Peop T 4s 82 62
1000 Keys T 1st 5s. 82% 82% 82% 82%
1000 L V gen con 4s 70% 70% 70% 70%
4000 I, S Corline 6s.. 68 03 68 83
:l0o0Mark St El 4s 80 SO 80 80
2000 Ph Elec 1st 5b 90% 91% 90% 91%
15000 Reading gn 4s. 81% 81% 81% 81%
Pittsburgh
? 7706 Arkansas Gas. 86 40
90 Am Win Gl M.128 128
280 Barnsdall Corp 46 46'/
BOO Carbo-Hydro. . 3%
300 do pf. 4% 4
I 160 Carnegie L A Z 10 10
! 1640 Guffey Gilles., 36% 37
! 100 do pf.148 148
i 150 Ind Brew pf., 10 10
i 485 Kay Co Gas., 2% 2%
10 Lone Star GaB.150 160
420 Marland Ref., 8
j 40 Mfrs Light . . 69
20 Ohio Fuel Hup 61
26 Ohio Fuel Oil, 31%
I 250 Oklahoma Gas 43
lOOPenna R R. .. 40%
! 200 Pitts Brewing, 6%
600 Pitts Jerome,, 24o
! 100? Pitts Mt Shas. 51o
135 Pitts Oil A Gas 14
20 River East OH 4
i 1600 San Toy . 7
96 West Pa W P. 7%
Toronto
Bid Asked! Bid A?ked
i Adanao ... 4 7 |Keora.15 96
; Apex.1 8 ?Lake Shore,,,1,00 1.S5
Atlas.82 87 Molntyre, , 1.87% 9.95
> Bailey .... 2 5 Mn Crp Can. 1.60 2,00
: Beaver Con48 66 Newray .... 6 18
! Uham^Perl. 9 14 ?Ptrsn Lake.,)5 22
Coniafaa .,2.00 8.00 Poro Crown;23 80
i Crown Rsv.88 48 Pore Imp,.. 1 3
| Davidson ..66 76 Prstn B D.. 2 6
i Dome Ext. .30 36 Tk Hughe?..15 20
I Dm Mines..NTStkExvTemiskg ...,46 52
Dome Lake.10 16
Gold Reef... 2 6
Grt North . . 2 6
Hargraves.. 2 6
Holltnger.6.00 8.87%
Thorn Krlat.. 2 7
Vacuum G. .18 25
Waaaplka . .40 60
West Dome. 7 11
May Liquidate A. B. & A.
If Govt. Refuses Aid
Bayne Says Company Is Not
Earning Operating Ex?
penses at Present '
While denying reports yesterday that
there is a movement on foot by the
security holders of the Atlanta, Birm?
ingham & Atlantic Railway to liqui?
date and scrap the property, Howard
Bayne, chairman of the executive com?
mittee, said it may become necessary
to liquidate the road if the govern?
ment does not make some arrange?
ments to tide the company over for a
time following the termination of Fed?
eral control. Mr. Bayne said that the
company will have a difficult situation
to face when the road is turned back
to its owners.
"Its revenue is not sufficient to pay
for wages, fuel and other expenses,"
he added, "and it will have no money
with which to operate, due to the fact
that it is proposed to turn the roads
back to their owners and endeavor to
raise rates and adjust divisions sub?
sequently. We are hopeful that the
government authorities will make ar?
rangements to tide over a large num?
ber of railroads, including the A. B. &
A., which are not at present making
their operating expense?.
"If this is not done, it may be neces?
sary to liquidate the road, although
we are very hopeful that this will not
be necessary. Liquidation of th,e rail?
road might produce considerably moro
money than the present market value
of its securities, but it has been hoped
that new legislation, particularly in
respect to regulation of division rates,
and also increased rates in general
would make the road a profitable one."
Bar Gold in London
LONDON, Jan. 2.?Bar gold was
quoted to-day at 109 shillings per
ounce.
Dividends
Extras
National I.lcorl?-? Company?An extra
dividend of 2 per cent has been declared
in addition to the regular semi-annual
dividend of 2% per cent on the common
stock, both payable January 7 to Btock
holdsrs of record January 7.
Kegulur D?clarai Jons
Rate A Pay- Stkhldr?
P*r!od able of record
I'alrbnnk?! Co 1st pf, 3. Q_Feb. 1 Jan.20
Flshor Hody-?2.60, I.Feb. 2 ,Tan.!5
<fo pfd, 1%, Q .K.-it. 2 Jan. I 5
Inirrnal. Paper pf. 1%, Q,...Ian 16 Jan. >.)
Fltts-L Brie It. ft., 92.50, MA j-,i, ? .i?? -?
Unrrlmuii Nat. lik., 6, 8-A...Jun. 2 Jan!'?
Business News
fpHE drop in the call money rate on the Stock Exchange yesterday to 6 per
A cent came too late to be reflected in the bill market. Dealers believe, ;
however, that with a continuation of easier rates for brokers' loans New
York banks will increase their holdings of paper even at the expense of a
slight reduction in the rate, which is still 6 per cent for the better names.
The bankers' acceptance market showed further improvement following
the increase in rates made by dealers on Wednesday. Increased offerings
were noted and the demand was brisk.
SILKS?Jobbers
Make Sales at Higher Prices
Fair activity marked the opening of
the new year in the silk goods trade.
Some of the jobbers, who now form al- \
most the sole source o? supply of goods
for immediate or near future use put
their prices up slightly, but the ad?
vance was not general. There is a
disposition among jobbers now to ask
whatever they think goods will bring,
with the result that the same grade of
goods, perhaps made by the same mill,
will bear three or four different prices
in various parts 'of the market.
Several jobbers from other cities
were in the market yesterday purchas?
ing goods for spring distribution. Gar?
ment manufacturers and retailers, ex?
cept in rare cases, are showing an
apathy toward the market at present.
Potential labor troubles and stoppages
of work in the clonk and suit trade
have rendered those garment, makers
cautious about laying in large stocks
of silka-for linings and other purposes.
Retailers have fair orders placed with
the mills some time ago and seem con?
tent to get along with stocks as they
are delivered. Mill agents and job?
bers both "believe, however, that the
retailers will be in the market for fresh
supplies about the middle of the
month'.
COTTONS?Prepare
for Great Activity in Trade
Cotton mill agents are preparing for
great activity in the market within the
next week or two. The convention of
the wholesale dry goods association will
bring many jobbers to the city week
after next. Sample lines and prices for
the fall season are being prepared. In?
terest is centering on offerings of fall
flannels and other napped goods. Some
mills have taken orders for such goods
to be delivered late in the summer, but
have not yet named prices. Estimates
vary as to the amount of business of this
nature already booked, but many of the
leading houses have not yet opened their
books for fall orders. It seems apparent
that the trade as a whole will continue
the allotment method of distributing
goods.
In going into the fall season the trade
is more concerned over prices than foi
some time past. Raw cotton, yarns and
labor costs are increasing. This points
to higher prices. At the same time,
some of the large interests feel that
sharp curtailment of consumption will
result if advances are made over pr?s
ent quotations. Reports from retailers
and jobbers throughout the country in?
dicate extremely small stocks on the
shelves of distributors, with no appar?
ent let-up in demand on the part of the
consuming public.
LEATHER?Marltet for
Findings Shows improvement
Wholesale dealers in shoe findings
report an unusually good business m
the various products they handle. Or?
ders from all sections of the country
; aro being received in large volume.
The improvement, according to deal?
ers in findings, is due to the' fact that
prices for shoes are so high now peo?
ple are having their footwear tapped
more often, and are purchasing pol?
ishes and oils which will help preserve
shoes and give an appearance of new?
ness. Rubber, soles also are in good
demand, and overgaiters, in spite of
the mild weather, have sold unusually '
well, presumably because so many
? women are wearing low shoes and
| other winter styles of footwear out of j
! season.
JEWELRY?Earrings of
Conspicuous Design in Favor
Earrings are in great favor both for
street and evening wear. The style
I tendfe toward large and conspicuous
! pendant forms. Long pear-shaped
pendants in jet, jade, or crystal and
jet combined, are being featured in
many of the Fifth Avenue stores, also:
? circlets in jet; or in precious stones.!
Bulb-shaped earrings of pearls arc be?
ing largely replaced by the pendant
styles, although still worn to a limited
extent.
Novelties in belts are continually be?
ing brought out and are extensively
worn. The generl trend is for very
narrow and inconspicuous styles. Rib?
bons ornamented with jeweled slides
of mother of pearl, and belts of
leather, ornamented' with pearls or in?
laid with composition, also are being
featured. Flexible metal belt? of
carved plaques inlaid with colored
I composition and othei's ?formed of
i cameos joined by slender meta^-chains
! are prominent.
Fancy combs for the hair a?e not
' worn to any ?jreat extent. The present
style of hair dressing, jewelers assert,
is not such as lends itself to the use
or ornamented pins or combs. Those
j combs that are being sold follow the !
I general feeling for rich and costly ef- !
I fects and are made of shell in jeweled,
enameled and complicated inlaid styles.
Spirited Bidding
Sends Oil Shares
Up on Curb Market
Gilliland, International and
Simms Features of Act?
ive Trading; Industrial
Stocks Also Strong
Oil shsres were rather buoyant on
the Curb yesterday, where there was
spirited bidding at times. Gilliland
Oil was prominent, with an advance
from 49% to 5314 on dealings of 30,000
shares.
International Petroleum continued
strong, advancing from a low of 74 to
a high of 77. The move in the stock
was accompanied by rumors of a stock
dividend and a new offering of stock
on an attractive basis.
Simms Petroleum got up to 73% on
the day's advance, while Producers and
Refiners continued to display strength
with an advance to 10. Merritt Oil,
which will be greatly benefited by the
advance in crude prices./svent to 21%.
up more than two points from the low.
There was gocxl buying of Elk Basin
Petroleum on the news that the Ohio
Oil Company has brought in on the
south half of Section 35 in the Rock
Creek field of Wyoming a well which
produced five hundred barrels in the
first twenty-four hours. The Elk
Basin Petroleum has n substantial in?
terest in this well. At present there
are being drilledmore than twenty
wells in the Rock Kiver field.
Among the strong Curb industrials
were American Safety Razor, which got
up to 17%; General Asphalt, which
spurted from 117 to 122; North Ameri?
can Pulp and Paper and Vivaudou.
Industrials
Sales. Open. Hieh. Low. Last.
2500 ?Acme Coal .. 1% 1% 1% 1%
5000 ?Aetna Explos. 8 8 % 8 8 %
200 Air Reduction. -18% 49 48'/? 49
800 ?Allied Packlnc 31 31 29% 29%
100 ?Aluminum Mfg 36 36 56 36
100 ?Am La-Fr En 12% 12% 12% 12%
800 ?Amal Tire Co 13% 14 13% 14
11000 Amer Saf Raz. 17% 17% 17 17%
300 Austin Nichols 92 93 92 93
100 ?Br-Am Chem. S 8 8 8
1800 ?Br-A Tob coup 26 V- 26% 20 V. 2?ai
500 ?Car Light & P 2% "2% 2% 2%
500 C'en Teresa Sur 9 O y 9
500 ?Colonial Tire. 9% 10 ii % !I7^
300 ?Conlcy T F wi 29 29 29 29
2100 ?Dafoe-Eus Inc. ?10% 11 10% 11
llOOFarrell Coal .. 51% 54% 52 53
! 1000 ?Gen Asphalt. .321 122 117 121%
2800 ?Gen Mots w i 35 35% 35 35%
I 7100 ?Goldwn Picts. ?! 31 29 111
800 ?Heyden Chem. 5% 5% 5% 5%
1200 Hupp Mot Cur. 15% 15% 15% 15%
! 1100 ?Hydraulic St!. 39 39 38 38
200 'do pf .101 KM loi lui
? 800 Indian Packing 19% 19% 19% 19U
! 2700 Inter Rubber.. 15% IT 15% 17
1000 ?Kay Co Gus.. 2% 2% 2% 2%
l-ioo ?Locom (n) w i 24% 25 24% 25
2500 ?Loew Inc ... 31% 31% 30% 31
2000 Marconi of Am 6 6% 0 ?%
2000 MontR?m Wurd 40U 40% 40 40%
500 N Y ShipbldK.. 46 III 46 49
10000 N Am P & P.. 5-y, 0% 5% 6
10O?Nunnaliy Cdy. 22 22 22 22
lOOOverld Tire Co 27% 27% 27% 27%
(100 ?Ohio Bl Body. 35% ?36 35% 35%
100 ?Patch-Ply w i 40% 40% 40% 40%
2000 Perfection Tire. 4% I-, I?-. 4%
70UO ?Radio Co w i. 2 2% 2 2
6700 ?do pf w i.. . 3% 4% 3% 4
800 ?Republic Rub. 4% 4% 4% 4 %
500 *Splcer Mfsr .'.102 102% 102 102%
1500 Submarine Bt.. 15 15 14% 15
300 ?Teint C&F Pr. 40 46 40 " 46
1400 ?Tob Prod Ex.. 32 32 30 31
100 ?Union Carbide 75 75 75 75
1500 Un Profit Shar 2% 2% 2% 2%
15000 Un R S Candy. 18 IS 17'.. 18
700 ?U S Distrib... 50 51 50 51
300 ?U S Hi Sp Tl 27% 27% 27% 27'.'.
4500 U S I.t & Ht. 3 3% 2% 3%
500 do pf. 3% 3% 3% 3%
3000 U S Stmsh Co. 3% 3% 3% 3%
10O0 *V Vivaudou In 20% 21% 20% 21%
500 ?Viinnd Sti rts. 2% 2% 2% 2%
7501) Wayne Conl .. , 5 5% 4% 5%
1100 ?Will & Bou Co 30 30 29% 30
100 ?Willys Corp .. 20 26 26 " 26
100 ?do 1st pt...loo 100 100 100 v
100 ?do 2d pf... . 83 83 83 83
Standard Oils
1700 ?Anjrlo-Am Oil 30 30% 30 30U
85 ?Ohio Oil Co.. ? 382 878 382
20'Pruirie Pipe L ? 268 267 268
315 ?Stan O (Cal). ? 338 318 338
306 ?Stan O (N Y) ? 712 730 738
85 ?Vacuum Oil.. ? 435 135 135
Other OIIh
lltO ?Alliance O&R. 16 16% 16 16%
26000 ?Allied Oil ... -II || 18 i?
1100 ?Amal Hoy ... 1 % 1% 1 1
600 ?Ansociated Oil 1 2 2 2
1200 tAnna Bell W O 69 70 69 70
1700 ?Ark Nat (!a*. . 36 38'.'. 36 38
500 Aritcx Oil ... % '..'. % %
B000 ?Bell Pci. 2% 2% 2' 2%
5700 ?Boone Oil ... 6% 7 6% 7
2000 ?Bost-Mex Oil. ! 1% 1 1%
10000 ?tBoHt-Wyo Oil t 1JL 1 J J,
?too *Bra?o? Oil C|> 22 22 22 22
15000 Burknetl Van CI 3% 2% 2% 2%
i 200/1 ?Carib Synil... 63 53' 48',.. 52
??f? ?Circlo OH ... i'.. u.. n'. |%
I 2600 ?Columbia Emur 26 " 25 " 23 % 24
Sales. Open. High. Low. Last.
3500 ?Cosden A Co. 9% 10% 9% 10%
2500 ?Dominion Oil. 33% 33% 32% 33
600 ?Duquesne Oil. 9% 10 9% lu
'1300 *Elk Basin Pet
1260 Engineers Pet.
4200 *Ertel Oil _
fiOO ?Esmerlda OAG
3300 ?Federal Oil ..
lOOFensland Oil..
30000 ?Gllliland Oil.
8%
1%
4%
6%
49%
9
1%.
4%
6%
53%
3000 ?do pf.1.02% 110
3%
10%
2%
8%
41
20%
36
150
%
10%
77
37%
6%
2%
9
41
26%
5
8%
80%
9%
1%
2%
4%
800 ?Glenrock Oi
1200 *Guffey-Gil"Oil. 36"
4500 tHome Pet of D 34
600 ?Houston Oil.. 150
2700 ?Hudson Oil .. a
100 ?Hu?hes Pet . .
3500 ?Internat Pet. .
2200 ?Invincible Oil
4 500 ?Island O A Tr
1000 Livingston Oil.
1800 Magna Oil & R
400 Manhattan Oil.
1000 ?Maracaibo Oil.
C300 ?Merritt Oil C.
2000 Met Petro.
100 Mex-Panuco 0. 20 20
4 200 ?Midwest Ref. .169 177
300 ?Nat Oil A Ref 7%
1 100 Nor Amer Oil.
600 ?Orient O & G.
IDOO ?Pennock Oil..
2000 ?Phillips Pet. .
1500 ?Prod & Ref..
500 *Red Roil; Oil.
4000 ?Rickd Tex Co.
2500 ?Ryan Pet_
2500 ?Sait Crk Prod. 50
400 ?Sapulpa Rfg.. 6%
1500 SequoyahO & R ft
2500 ?Skelly Oil ... 12%
15000 ?Simms Pet . . 71
2500 ?do rts . 8%
3900 ?So Oil A Tr. . 6%
200 So States C C. I1?
1400 Spencer Pet C. 19%
3500 ?Stanton Oil . . %
200 ?Texas Chief O 43%
inOOTex-Ran PAR 1$,
16000 ?Texon O A L.
2500 ?Tropical Oil..
2600 ?Un Texas Pet
2000 ?Vulcan Oil . .
HO0 ?Victoria Oil..
J000 ?Whelan Oil . .
200 ?Wh Ea O A R
12000 ?White Oil_
500 ?Woodbn O w i
3700 ?rWyo Cons O.
Mining Stocks
1800 Alaska-Br Col M ' lV? lft
300 Am Hond M Cp 2 2%
500 ?America Min.
2100 ?Arizona Silver
1700 ?tAtlanta -
2300 ?tBelcherD(ap) 27
8500 ?fBelcher E(ap) 47
1600 Big Ledge
1700 ?tBooth . 5
4000 fBost & Mont. 71
3500 ?tCaledonia ..
1000 ?Calumet & Jet
1000 Canada Copper
12600 ?Candelaria Sil.
500 ?Carson Hill G 36
1500 ?fCashboy _ 6
225 ?Cons Vir Silv. "
300 Cresson Cons G
16500 ?Divide Esten.
700 El Snlvador SU
7000 ?Eureka Cr M.
500 ?tEureka Holly 72
900 ?Forty-nine M.. 2%
MOO ?Gadsden Cop.. 2%
3000 ?tGold Zone Div 38
100 ?Golden Gate.. 1%
3700 ?tGoldfield Cons II
! 4300 ?tGoldfield Dev 12
: 2700 ?tGoldfield Merg 3
? 1200 ?tGreat Bend .
1 2620 Hecla Mining. .
1300 ?tJim Butler. .
. 1200 f Jumbo Exten.
! 1500 ?tKewanas ...
3000 ?tKn.ix Divide.
I 1000 Louisiana Cons.
15000 ?tMacN Cres M 24 " 32
100000 ?tMflcNam M. 57 71
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4%
65?
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102
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1600 ?Magma Chief. %
3500 ?tMarsh Mng.. 30
325 Mason Valiey. . 2%
?100 Motherlode Cop 5%
2000 Mur-M M Ltd. . 76
2600 *Nat Tin Corp. 10%
5oo Nipissing M Co 12%
200 Ophir Sil M Co 1%
1800 Hand M Ltd.. . 40%
7000 .Rex Cons _ 11
8500 Roper-Gr M Co ft
2200 Seneca Copper. 15
1400 ?Silv Dollar M. A
2500 *+Silv Kg Div.. 11
8000 Silv Kg of Ar. \i
1500 ?tSilver Pick. . 5
Too *S Am G A PI 7%
200 Stand Silv Ld.. ft
3700 ?tguceess Mng. 3%
1500 ?Tonopah Beim 2%
3650 ?Tonopah Div.. 4
650 Tonopah Exten. 2%
750 ?Tonopah Mng. 2%
2700 United Eastern. 4
1500 *tU S Cont M. 9%
900 Unity G M Co. 8%
2500 ?tVic D (a p) . 20
2700 tWest End Con lft
2500 tWh Caps Mg.. ft
2000 tWh C E (a p) 2
1300 Wilbert Mng. . 6%
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?30 ?Ard Packers 6s
15 ?Am T A T '22.
20 ?Anaconda 6s . .
5 "Gov of Swed 6s
10 ?Int. Rap Tr 7?.
50 ?Rus? Gov 5%s.
60 ?do 0 %s. 21
7 ?Swiss Gov 5%s. 92
Open. High. Low. Lagt.
80%
96%
96
97
75%
23
3
97
96%
97
76
26
26
92%
80
96%
96
97
75%
23
23%
83
97
96%
97
76
2?
20
92
?Unlisted.tScil cents per share.
m
Financial Items
Martin W. Littleton. Frederick B, Dun
tan, Milton H. Cohen and W. J. I.<iwrlo
have I?.?n elected dlreetors of Mm Grape
Ola Produc?a Corporation.
A. I ? Meiincy, ?i new firm dealing In curb
" 1 lltillatiul m ?uilili?, have uvned ofllce.i
ui 5fi Uroad Street.
Transportation Is the
Motive Power of Business
Motor Trucks are one of
? the Greatest Transporta?
tion Factors in Business
Your money isn't due till the cus?
tomer gets the goods.
Therefore, you can't pay ex?
penses or make a profit till deliv?
ery is made.
Delays in transit are dangerous
for producer and customer.
Motor Trucks have done more to
speed up your business and the
country's business than almost
any factor in Transportation.
Entering now upon its eleventh
year of exclusive Motor Truck
manufacture, the Federal cer?
tainly merits your consideration
as a Motor Transportation Unit.
That is why the Complete Fed?
eral Line, 1 to 5 tons, awaits
your inspection at the Motor
Truck Shew. Be sure to see
them at the
National Motor Truck Shows,
Jan. 3 to 10
8th Coast Artillery Armory
194th St. at Jerome Ave.
The Federal Motor Truck Co.
of New York, Inc. s
545 West 57th St.
Main Office & Factory?Detroit, U. S. A.
Business Troubles
Petitions In Bankruptcy
Petitions in bankruptcy filed in the
Cnited States District Court yesterday
were as follows:
NEMEBOV, INC.?Involuntary petition
against Nemerov, Inc., 21 West Thirty
fourth Street. The liabilities are about
$120,000 and the assets $80,000. The
principal creditors are Francis Company,
$1.569; Regent Dress Company, $3.000, and
Samuel PrlntZ, $2,869. The petitioners'
attorney is Samuel Blumberg, 200 Fifth
Avenue.
HOWARD M. HUNT?Voluntary petition
by Howard M. Hunt, of Sparkill, N. T.
The Habilites are $5,091 and the assets
$161. The principal creditors are Paul
Passera, $545: Walsh A Reichling, $675,
and William A. Severin, $1,202. The peti?
tioner's attorney is Oswald A. Bauer.
Sparkill, N. Y.
ADOLPH SCHWARTZ?Voluntary peti?
tion by Adolph Schwartz, 66 West Seventy
seventh Street. The liabilities are $2,891
and the assets $250. The principal cred?
itors ' are Mannicrf Phillips, $84*, and
Maurice Hyman, $2.042. The petitioner's
attorney is Samuel Blumberg, 200 Fifth
Avenue.
Schedules in Bankruptcy
Schedules in bankruptcy filed in the
United States District Court yesterday
were as follows:
BENZO CHEMICAL CO.?Schedules of
Benzo Chemical Co., Inc., 29 Cortlandt st.
Liabilities are $25,879; assets, unknown.
Principal creditors are Bush. Beach &
Gent, Inc., $3,600; Watham Oppenheim,
$3,350; J. E. Wood, $2,766. Petitioners'
attorney, Bernard Bogart, 61 Park row.
WOLF HOLZBERG?Schedules of Wolf
Holzberg, 48 West 21st st. and 2065 Sev?
enth av. Liabilities are $27,946; assets,
$0.980. Principal creditors are Metropolis
Woolen Co., $3.119; M. & J. Bernstein.
$3.000; S. Levine, $3,300. Petitioner' at?
torneys, Goudstein & Goldstein, 366 Bway.
Receivers In Bankruptcy
Receivers in bankruptcy appointed in
the United States District Court yesterday
were o s follows:
NHMBROV, INC.?Judge Julius May?
er appointed Paul Prager receiver for Ne
morov. Inc., under a bond of $25,000.
?
Judgments Filed
The following judgments were filed yes
day; the first name being that of the
debtor:
In New York County
Benjamin, Jacob?S. A. Miller. . .$10,045.37
Berwick, Louis A. or Louis H.?
J. LlffshiU . 270.16
Bailey. August, and Robert Her?
mans?People, etc. 500.00
Byk, Ephraim?AV. Abrahams.... 531.96
Charles A Co.?D. Liebor. 8.478.46
Campbell, Carmen?A. H. Wallace 174.20
Continental Brokerage Exchange,
Inc.?Robert W. Rouse A Co... 3,240.71
Daly, Michael J., and James
Brown?People, etc. 3,000.00
Duval, Hugo G.?J. H. Small A
Sons. 135.29
Do Souza, Areldo. and Horacio A.
Gomez?Pan-American Trading
Co. 2,156.62
Dekter, Max?A. Pincus et al.... 126.80
Drake, Frank?J. H. Hodgson;
costs. 152.71
Fearon, Francis or Frank?Fish
el-Nessler Co. 411.45
Flshman, Leon?J. J. Mayer. . . . 276.66
Finnerty. John, and Victor Thom?
as (J. J. Finnerty A Co.)?T.
Walsh. 120.20
Goulden, Alfred M.?A. Arono
WltZ. 2,482.13
II. E. Gilbert Co., Inc.?Improved
Appliance Co. 247.64
Hoffman, Charles? M. H. Blatt.. 551.96
Hennessy, Robert?D. Eskin. 121.SO
Hollnsky. William?J. Krutt.... 123.20
Jacobs, Wm. E.? D. Welner. 257.50
Logan, Geo, A.?A. K. Wiley.... 322.05
Luce, Myra?W. K. Tlchenor. . . . 149.19
Lynch, John, and Fidelity and
Deposit Co. of Maryland?Peo?
ple, etc. 1,000.00
Magglnettl, Henry ? Alexander
i Hamilton Instituto. 104.11
. Mumtkaut, Harry, ami Nat. Se
eulty Co.?People, etc. 1,000.00
! Marshall, Margaret?S. Bank et al. 319.70
I O'Brien, Margaret, adm.?City of
i N. Y.. costs . 123.50
Perkins, Allameon D. (Perkins
Tonneau Windshield Co.)?C. L.
Sclomer, Inc. 252.60
Packard Transportation afid Re?
pairing Co:, inc.?H. Sellhelm 355.20
i Shavlnsky. Barnet, Harry Shavtn
sky and Morris Ta??aos?Wol
fonder, Shore A Co., Inc. 3,296.10
' Stein. Bernhard?Frederick Hoi
lender A Co. 324.17
Sheody, James R.?Manhattan
Motor Supply Co. 184.12
Siegel, Bernard ?Kloxk Contract?
ing Co. 1,034.41
Sloane Syndicate, Inc.?C. S. Cor?
win .?". 656.21
Themells Bros, Co., Inc.?Hefter
A Co., Inc. 262.60
.National Surety Co., George Schus?
ter and George Davis?People,
OtC. 3.000.00
Vldkunn-Johnson Co. ? Western
Union Telegraph Co. 2,813.79
In Itroiix County
Uxcnlslnr Bottling Works, JcflVr
son Ins. Co., Liberty Marine Ins. ,
Co, unit North A t In
Baking Co. $61.11
DIVIDEND NOTICES
Republic Oil
& Refining Co.
Dividend No. 9
The Board of Directors have declared an
extra dividend of 2%, payable January 10,
to all stockholders of record January 1,
1920.
JAMES A. JONES, Jr., President.
December 26. 1919.
INSPIRATION CONSOLIDATED COPPER CO.
The Directors have declared a dividend
of $1.50 per share, payable Monday, Jan?
uary 26, 1920, to stockholders of record at
0:00 o'clock P. M., Friday. January 9, 1920.
. J. W. ALLEN", Treasurer.
New Tork, December 26, 1919.
NATIONAL MCORICE COMPACT
COMMON DIVIDEND NO. 36.
The regula-r semi-annual dividend of
2\<??c/o and an extra dividend of 2% on the
Common Stock of this Company has this
day been declared payable January 7th
next, to all stockholder? of record. '
II. W. PETHERBR1DGE, Treasurer.
January 2nd, 1920.
i Kelser, Frieda, and William Schult
?W. Pluemer, as admr. 6,872.65
i Lehmann, Carl?J. Eichle'r Brew?
ing Co. 9,636.85
j Wank a, Oscar?S. Kassewitz_ 106.65,
I
Satisfied judgments
The first name Is that of the debtor, the
socon'd that of the creditor and date -when
?judgment was filed:
In New York County
Daynard. Joseph, and Fidelity &
'Deposit Co. of Md.?People,
etc.; Feb. 24. 1919.*. 500.00
| Moschalades, Socrates and
j George?Luigi Vecchl, Inc.;
! March 28, 1919. 2,323.40
Felice, Joseph and D?mentele
Patto?People, etc.; Oct. 23,
j 1919 . 100.00
Gardner, Edw. E.?Fidelity &
! Casualty Co. of N. Y.; Sept.
, 13, 1919 (vacated). 300.00
i Same?Glmbel Bros, of N. Y. ;
Jan. 16, 1917. 122.49
; Same?H. C. Kayser, et al. ;
June 26, 1918. 1,032.46
?Same?Drug Products Co., Inc.;
Dec. 25, 1917. 129.53
; Richards, Kitty and Barney
Ershowsky?People, etc. ; Dec.
! 17, 1919. 600.00
! Fowler, Stanley C. and Anna O.
j ? W. T. Wheeler; April 3. 1919 T97.71
Kramer, Jacob and Barney
Ershowsky?People, etc.; Dec.
i 4?. 1919. '600.00
: Harlem River Park Co.?City of
N. Y.; July 6, 1914 (vacated). 264.41
' Healy, Timothy, John J. Bren- V
nan, Eugene J. Flood and Wil?
liam Cahill?S. S. Myers; Aug.
12, 1919. 1,764.17
McNulty, Patrick J. ? S. S.
Myers; Sept. 8. 1919. 1,769.02
! McGoldrlok, Paul A.?W. E.
Nichols, et al.; May 12, 1919... 1,973.86
! Labenaart, Max J. and Samuel
UuBoury?A. Strauss; Jan. 15,
1913 . 119.15
Labensart, Max J.?A. Strauss;
.Ian. 13, 1913. 161.77
: Same?O. Kirsch; Jan. 8, 1913.. 147.82
{ Oppenheimer. Chas. M.?S. Gold?
man; Dec. 4. 1919.; 1,796.93
Sweetser, Wm. A. ? American
Law Book Co.; May 16, 1917.. 294.34
Cupozzolo. Flllppo and Carmo
slna?Van Nest Wood Working
Co.; Oct. 9, 1912. 367.37
, Neben M fg. Co., Inc.?F. M.
I'rlce. et al.; Jan. 9, 1919. 4,482.04
N. Y. Trust Co., ??x'r.?OV? Col?
ony Trust &- Savings Bank;
Dec. 27. 1919. 2.831.83
?
| Converted Cartridge Cloth
To Be Offered to Trade
Silk cartridge cloth, originally des
? tined to be used as powder bags in
I America's big guns, but turned over
i to the McLane Silk Company and the
; Bush Terminal Company by the gov
! ernment about three months ago, will
! be offered to the trade next Monday
in converted form, suitable for im?
mediate use in the manufacturing of
clothing and upholstery goods. The
McLane Silk Company is arranging a
display of the converted fabrics in its
showrooms and preparations hav*
been made to tak? orders for im
mediato shipment.
?
A special meeting of the stockholders
of the Pnciflc Punk nus been called fnr
,a.iu..,v U, 10 vet? ?in iitcicualug the si in'a
from t.'.OH.OOO K> ?1,000.000.
COUPONS AND DIVIDENDS
American Telephone & Telegraph Co.
Thirty-Year live Per Cent Collateral Trust
Gold Bonds
Coupons from these Bonds, payable b?
their terms on December 1, 1919, at, the offie?
of agency of the Company In New York, or
in Boston, will be pald^ti New York by the
Bankers Trust Company, 16 Wall Street.
G. D. MILNE. Treasurer.
FINANCIAL MEETING
GRAND CENTRAL PALACE COMPANY
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS
You are hereby notified that by ?rder of
the Board of Directors of the Grand Cen?
tral Palace Company a Special Meeting of
the Stockholders of said Corporation wil
be held at No. 151 Fifth Avenu?-, New York
City, on Wednesday, January 21, 192". at "
o'clock P.' M. for the purpos?' of considering
anil taking action on a resolution passed b;
the Board of Directors at a Special Mee;
ing held on trie 17th day of December. 1919.
recommending to the stockholders tlis
the corporation be forthwith dissolved
under the provisions of Section 221 of the
General Corporation Laws of the State ?
New York, and authorizing the prop?:
officers to take the necessary ami propei
action to carry the same into effect.
GEORGE W. FAY,
Sectary.
New York, January 2d, 1920.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF
BARTON, DCRSTINE A OSBORN. INC.
Notice is hereby given that a meeting i
the stockholders of BARTON. DURSTINE
& OSBORN, INC., will be held at the oflVe
of the Company, No. 25 West 15th Streu.
Borough of Manhattan, City, County and
State of New York, on the 14th day ?'
January, 1920, at four o'clock P. M . foi
the purpose of electing five (5) Dlr*>ctor>
for the ensuing year and two (2) Inspec?
tors of Election to serve at the next a?
nual meeting, and for the transaction of
such other business as may properly com?
before said meeting.
New York. N. Y., Januarv 2nd, 1920.
ROY S. DURSTINE, SecretaT}'.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF
! PREMIER MOTOR CORPORATION OF
NEW YORK.
THE ANNUAL MEETING of the stock?
holders of this Company will be held on
the 17th day of January, 1920, at 2 o'clock
1 in the afternoon, at the office of the cor
| poration, 37 Wall Street. New York Cltj
! New York, for the purpose of electing .?
I Board of Directors, two inspectors io serve
I at all elections of stockholders during tb<
I ensuing year and ?receiving and ;?ctlii-;
upon the reports of the others and for the
I transaction of such other business a? may
i properly come before the meeting.
GEORGE A. BARR, Secretary.
Dated December 29, 1919.
I PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT THE An?
nual meeting of stockholders of the Mld
? dlevillage Building Company will be held
' on January 10, 1920. at three o'clock In
j the afternoon, at the office of Caaa &
i Apfel, Attorneys, No. 35 Nassau Street
i City of New York, for the purpose of re
j ceiving the report? of the Tarions officer?
S and for the purpose of electing directors
? of this corporation. undi^T the General Cor
| poration Laws of the State of New York.
I Dated, New York, December 22. 1919.
LIZZIE M. CHENEY. President.
Hamilton Fire Insurance Co.
The annual meeting of the Hamilton
? Fire Insurance Company will be held at
i Its office. 59 John Street, on Monday.
j January 12th. 1920, at 2 P. M., for the
j election of directors and the transactioa
! of such other business as may coma be
I fore the meeting.
ARTHUR LEXSSEN. JR.. Secretary.
DIVIDEND NOTICES
j Liggett & Myers Tobacco Co.
ST. LOUIS, MO.. DECEMBER 24th, 191?
The Transfer Books of the Registered
\hri bonds of LIGGETT A MYEKS TO
BACCO COMPANY will close at 3 o'clock
P. M. January 15th, 1920, for the pay
! ment of interest on said bonds, due Feb?
ruary 2nd, 1920, and will re open at 10
o'clock A. M. February 3rd, 1920
T. T. ANDERSON. Treasurer
? INTERNATIONAL PAPER COMPANY
New York. December 31. 1919.
The Board of Directors have declared a
| regular quarterly dividend of one an?! oiie
i half per cent, tl'/i'r) on tho praferr*?
lapltal stock of this Company, payable
January 15th, 1920, to preferred stockhold?
ers of record at the close of business Jau
?ry 9th, 1920.
OWEN SHEPHERD, Treasurer.
Office of The United Ooa Improvement Co.
N. W; Corner Broad and Arch Streets.
Philadelphia. December 10, 191?.
The Directors have this day declared ?
quarterly dividend of two per cent. ?$1 M P*'
?hait?), payable Jiiuuarv IS, 1010, :?> stock
nolder? <>f reoon] r the do .? ? i ? t<- -
camb?n SX, 1919. ?. .?"? tea will
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