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THE SUN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1912.
THE COTTON MARKET
Onlns Yr11 Maintained In Spite
of General Disposition
(o Take Profits.
ENORMOUS CROP MOVEMENT
MnrkMinpr of Cotton for Both
This Week and Month of Oc
tober Breaks All Records.
TCgATIIKH rOnlCCAST rOR COTTON flTATBS.
Inr North Carolina. South Carolina and
ri-orgla, fair and colder to-day; (air to
morrow, moderate northwest wlnda.
For Alabama, fair to-day; colder In south
rn portion, fair to-morrow; moderate
Tor Mississippi and Louisiana, fair to-day
and to-morrow; not much chance In tem
perature; light to moderate northerly wlnda.
For eastern Texas, fair to-day and to
morrow, alowly rising temperature to-morrow,
light northerly wind, becoming vari
able. Tor waatarn Texa. fair to-day ana to
morrow. For Oklahoma, fair to-day and to-morrow;
alowty rising temperature.
For Arkansas. Tennessee and Kentucky,
fair to-day; fair to-morrow, with alowly
Another aet of new high level was marl
In the cotton market yesterday, and while
tha new top was not much above that
which wan reached on Thursday the net
tain was a matter of about 14 to It points.
Tha freeilnjr weather forecasted by the
weather bureau for northern Texas, Okla
homa and Arkansas did not nmterlalle.
Tha lowest temperature on the big map
was 3 degrees at Oklahoma City, while
Dallas, Tex., reported 40 degrees. The
early forecast called for cold weahter,
hut there were Indications of warmer
weather for to-day and possibly to-morrow.
Notwithstanding- the eeneral tendency
to take profits and an enormous amount
f cotton was sold for realizing the selling
was absorbed In Impressive style and there
seemed to be no limit to the demand for
ontracts. This demand continued not
wlthstandlne the decision of the board of
manager to close the Cotton Kxchnnge
to-day out of respect to the memory of Vice
President Sherman. It was believed that
If the market had a blc lone Interest there
would be considerable sellln. but there
were plenty of buyers for all cotton that waa
The news from Southern spot markets
was somewhat less buoyant, or ut lenst
some spot centres that had been reporting
an Insatiable demand hegan to send in
news to the effect that offerings were more
free and demand, was falling off. This is
Just about what should heoxepected with the
end of October, as the spot shorts in that
month have filled their contracts and the
next scramble is not likely to occur until
the closing week of November.
The New Orleans market was closed yes
terday on account lof All Saints Day and
nlll be closed to-day along with New York.
The weekly figures were bearish from a
statistical standpoint, but exerted no
effect upon the market. The into sight for
the week was .720,000, which Is a record,
against 682.000 last year; tntul for the sea
on. 4,462,000, against 4.720,000 last year.
'I he movement for the month of October
broke all records and even ran ahead of
last year. It was 2,t2t),ooo, against ;,806,ooo
list year. Spinners' takings were estimated
at about .150.000 bales, against .191,000 last
year. The exports for the day reached the
enormous total of 169,000 bales.
Futures closed firm, with prices 14 to 17
points higher. Kstlmated sales, 400,000
bales. Trices as follows:
Open- Hleh- lw. Clos-
Inr. est. est. In.
December... II. 35 II 34 11.17 11 32
January 11.40 11.15 11,3: 11..V1
March 11. so 11. si 11.10 11.57
Hay 11. 62 11. SI II S3 11. M
Holiday New Orleans market.
Spot cotton here was 5 points higher,
at it. 75 for middling uplands. New York
certificated stock, S7.ao bales, against
81,804 last year. Southern spot markets
nohanged to higher. Oalveston, 11'
New Orleans, 11 7-16; Savannah, II 7-lfl;
Houston, II 11-16; Memphis, !!;; Augusta,
Receipt and stocks at leading points.
with comparisons, as follows;
Receipt. 191t. Stock..
zs.aia 24.3:4 372.24;
1 3.7 OT 177.310
12.834 ISO 351
Port recelpta. 65.636 bales, against 04.00 8
Inst year. Kxports. 168,636 bales. Total
for the season, 3,3gfl,t7D bales, against
5,502,5:0 last year.
Estimated Last Tail
Receipts to-day. Weak. Year.
Galveaten 26.300 to 28,5on 21,849 1 5.944
New Orleane.... O.ooo to It. 000 0.141 6.088
Liverpool spot cotton was in fair demand,
1.1 point higher, at 6.63d. for American
middling on sales of 8,000 bales. Futures
opened about 4 points lower and closed
7 points up. Prlcea aa follows:
Open- High- Low. Clos-
Inr. est. est. Inr.
Jan.-Feb.... 6.16 6.30 6.16 6.27
Usrch-Aorll a. 19 6.32 6.1s 6.2a
Kay-June... 6.21 6.34 0.21 6.3014 6.23
Woven A. M. bids to Liverpool: Decern
hr. 11. .17: January, II. 4.1. March, 11. 50.
Lending huyers' (Iwatlimey, Mitchell, Wil
son, rtlordan, nubbard, Cone. Leading
seller? Dick Bros., Springs, Norden, Herk
Pine Bluff, Ark., wired; "Spots somewhat
easier. Weather fine."
Charleston, S. C, wired: "Never aaw any
thing like the scramble for ipota tn our
lives, October commitment talk mythi
cal. Believe on account of heavy sales
will be compelled to keep scrambling until
Liverpool cabled: "MoFadden heavy
eller of January-February here."
Another Liverpool cable: " Heavy trade
calling General short covering."
Oonialfs, Tex., wired: "Finding very
Ittle cotton left in sonthern Texas. About
ft pr cent, unsold. Picking all over except
ing a very little top crop. Only two gins
running In two days travel. Think the crop
about what my former estimate for south
I em "
Memphis wired: "Spot demand not good
here Think some of the spot houses were
'aught short but have covered."
THE GRAIN MARKETS.
New Orleans.. 4,763
Memphis 3 097
12 1. 2 iH
IVhcsi Lnrrrr at Home and Abroad
Many Foreign market Closed
Increasing tteoclpta Chicago
Board of Trade nnd New York
I'rndncr Kxt'lianice Closed, Ta
Wheat was lower on weak cables and
Indications of larger movement of the
Miring whoat crop In the near future owing
' tliM fct that, the weather Is lelter.- Ilx
pori trailM was disappointing nnd there was
''"iihlderaliln liquidation by the tank and
"! of trnilem. Liverpool declined Ji to
"Hut foreign iimrkete were closed on
"count of 11 holiday, with Iho exception
'' Herlln, where prices worn 5iO, higher.
I here Im cotihideruble talk to the effect that
Hie movetiieiit of spring wheat In the near
I'U'irn l likely to be very largo being that
the crop Is of unprecedented alzo. The
ecepts at Northwestern points were large.
I he .rgpntlno visible, supply Increased for
'lie week 24n,rino bushoN, and Is now oon.ooo
utuliew analiiKt 7:111,11m a jour ago, The
weather at tlm Wiwt was an important
" or In Hut iimi. hn It ihiiiiiIwr, ax alieady
" ' Hi-il, in tiling about a larger inmr
"f ll top t Din hamti t tnin it
weirm til Iik a lai'l lil'jcillll (UltlOHTH)- lll.lt
"iwuUtlon In ipildt, that doiifVatlc millH
not buying to freely tHr wr a
while at o and finally that tha export demand
Jutt now la disappointing. It looka to
aome In the trade aa though tha contin
uous victories of tha Bulgars point to
an early end of the Balkan war. Tha PHt
Currenl says that "autumn aowa wheat la
tenerallymaklng a good showing." Kansas
City reported Increased offerings. Some
200.000 bushels of No.l Northern were aold
at Chicago to to to store at slightly under
the December price. Longs aold; bears
hammered. Snow fell In Kansas-not tha
Some on tha other hand think that there
mar he trouble among the great rowers
over the' division of tha spoils crowing
out or the possible capture of Constanti
nople. European crops are In any case net
entirely satisfactory aa to quality, even
If they are abundant enough. Berlin ad
vanced slightly. It waa Impossible to
gauge the sentiment of Paris, Budapeat
and most other Continental markets, aa
they were closed on account of a holiday.
Home believe that ultimately prices will
have to go higher under the spnr of a big
world's consumption of American wheat. '
Much of the liquidation yesterday waa
really due In large' measure to the faot
that the Chicago Board of Trade and the
Produce Exchange will be closed to-day
out of respect to the late Vice-President
Corn declined, mainly owing to prospecta
of better weather, which will help the cur
ing of the crop and also the marketing
of It. Big commission houses and some
or the elevator concerns were selling at
Chicago. The caah demand was light.
It Is stated that corn husking Is advanc
ing rapidly and that In many Instances
the yields are better than were expected.
In Oklahoma the November corn yield
an acre waa IS.; bushels, against 8 a year
ago. Prlcea made n new low level for the
crop year on all futures. New corn la being
pressed for sale In Increasing quantities.
At St. Iiouls rash corn fell 8 to 4c. A car
of new No. 3 yellow arrived at Chicago,
but most of the new corn received there
was of sample grade. Clement-Curtis
estimated the crop at 3,112,000.000 bushels.
Oat declined slightly In sympathy with
other grain. The decline was nothing
great, for the reason that there la a steady
cash demand which takes care of the cur
rent country offerings. In fact, consider
able export and domestic business was
done. Pressure on the May optlona waa
noticed. It was enough to attract at
tention. The huylng waa mostly by shorts
taking profits. Many of the short, how
ever, let their trade stand even over tha
Wheat on the spot waa easier. Closing
prices f. o. b. afloat for export, rail basis:
No. 2 red to arrive, 11.08; No. I Northern
spring, 7'c; No. 2 hard winter, I1.00H;
No. 1 Northern Manitoba, 09Kc. Sales
were 48,000 bushels for export, part Mani
toba, Corn was weaker; No. 2 white, nomi
nal. Oata were Arm; standards, 3c; No. 2
white, nominal. Rye Quoted No. 2, 68c,
c. I. f. Buffalo, November shipment, car lota;
State, Pennsylvania, nominal c. I. f. New
York. Barley Malting, 0a70c. c. I. f.
Buffalo to arrive. Feeding, 45 pounds,
56,'c. c. I. f. New York. Prlcea were aa
Open- Utah- Low- cioa- Prer.
Wheat: Ing. eat. eat. lor. Close.
December s us C7u S7W est,
May . .. 101, loeii
C'aiCAOo, Nor. 1. Prloea were aa follows:
Open- High- Iow- Clov Prev
Ing. est. eat.
.001, sol.- aaK
.06-6 mi Uft'i
.92t Ka U
Open- Mich- Low- Clos- Prev.
Dulutb Dec. nH
(dur) Dec.. 84.
stay.. nut shl-
Toledo.... Dec. I10H lloS
May.. lift 115
Kansas city. Dec. H4T tut
May.. 0H BOH
at. Louis.. .Dec Blti 8I4
RansasClty.Dec. .4774-8 a
St. 1 .011 Is.. Dec. 48H 48H
Winnipeg. ..Deo. 334
834 33tj 33 L' 334
The grain movement waa aa follow:
Flour. Wheat. Corn. Oats. Hye. Barley
Recelpts2t,0U0 326.000 12.000 85,000 .. . 20.(100
Slllp!S..3l,000 61.000 13.000 20.000 45.000
Recelpta .26,000 243.000 211.000 671.000 6.000 139,000
Kxports.. 21,000 161,000 39,000 632.0O0 3,000 21,000
The Northwestern wheat recelpta were
Tester- last Last
day. week. year.
Duluth 533 631 156
Minneapolis 618 496 483
Chicago 102 62 70
Winnipeg 894 l.Oon 849
Wheat, Including flour, exports from the
United Statea and Canada for the week end
ed Oct.ober 31 aa reported by telegraph
to Rraditrert't aggregate 6,498,275 bushels,
against 6,633,061 bushels last week and
4,068,500 bushels this week laat year. For
the eighteen weeks ended October 31 ex
ports are 74,508,608 bushels, against 55,0.17,
799 bushels In the corresponding period
last year. Corn exports for the week are
81,33) bushels, against 120,138 bushels last
week and 329,613 bushels In 1911. For the
eighteen weeks ended October 31 torn ex
ports are 1,406,280 bushels, against 10,360,918
bushels last year.
Kansaa City wired : "Caah wheat offerings
from country very heavy, only limited by
number of cars obtainable. "
.Worfern Milter: "The winter wheat crop
Is In excellent condition. Oklahoma, Texas
and parte ot Kansas received rain or snow,
which benefited the crop In localities where
moisture was needed. The 'stand of the
plant la seasonably advanced, with a healthy
growth. Interior mills are generally well
supplied with wheat, the largest holdings
being In Kansaa."
UnAiN Flour waa atedy but inactive;
Spring clears, new, I4.S04XI4.7S: patents,
I4.90ftts.33; Kansas straight, 4.40$4.S5;
rye flour, I3.80dl4.l0.
THE CHICAGO KAXXET.
Cbicaoo, Nor. 1. The sensational rise
on Union Carbide, accompanied by con
siderable activity, waa the only feature
worthy or mention. Rumors that the com
pany will give share for share In new atock
Is the reason for the buying movement.
Fractional changes were noted In other
Issues and for the most part price were a
little easier. The summary:
.... 53)5 53)2
200 American can..
120 Chi Pneu Tool...
AS uomwun iiison.,n.i
75 Illinois llrlck 6B
50 Int Harvester 1204
150 Nat lilscuttpf 123
loo Nat Carbon,. , ,128
in Quaker Oats 350
20 Quaker Oats pf, ,.1084
13 Nears-Itorb'k pf..i:s!(
l.vi Ktrrel'aHUbleCr, 10
208 Swift Co I06l
250 II H steel 754
1807 Union Carbide.... 20B4
15000 Com r.dlson Bs.,.,KS
.mo Chi CI tv Itva 5a.. ..101
ai.vi r'liil.hv 5s 100'
enno Chi Telephone 6S..I00J,
looo Met 4S OI
THE MONTREAL MARKET.
Bank ef Montreal
Canadian Cement pf.
....nl.n rv.na filial
Detroit United Br
Dominion Steel Corp
Illinois Traction pf.
Mexican U 4 P.
Montreal I, H I'
Nova ricotla Steel a Coal
Oxlltle Flour 51111a
Oiirliec llv l.t A I'
itli-h At O'U Mav
Miawlnlcan W a I'. , ,,,
Staerwln-lVllllama pf ..:
Toronto urn war
Wlaalaat pireal Vxi-a...
GOSSIP OF WALL STREET.
THE BOSTON MARKET.
"entlmeat la Berlin.
Tha market of London, Parla and Vienna
were closed yesterday and the only cue
New lork could take from abroad waa from
Berlin. Although rew ir any New York
speculators do anything In the Herlln mar
ket, that market was more than ordinarily
Interesting to them yesterday because or
the reports or a decisive defeat of the Turks
At the beginning of the war the markets
of all the Christ an countries sordidly feared
the worst from n Turkish defeat. It was
presumed that defeat or the Turks would
bring on altercations among the great Pow
er, lead to efforts to rob the Balkan States
or the fruits of their victories and produce
rtirther demoralisation In the markets.
If such apprehensions are now entertained
the Berlin market yesterday gave no Indi
cation of it, and Berlin Is aa good a criterion
of foreign sentiment as any other Kuropean
centre. The market there was strong, and
there was particularly great strength In
Canadian Pacific and Baltimore and Ohio,
the two American stocks most favored In
that city. These stocks wore features of
the New York market nlso, and In the morn
ing there wa considerable buying of them
on direct ordera from Berlin.
An American Banker' Vtevea.
A private cable from an American banker
at present In Paris expressed an optltnlstin
opinion. "The b.est opinion here,"ltsald,"is
that the chances or a Kuropean war are very
remote. France Is the controlling centre both
from her financial ponltlon nnd alliances.
The great Powers are working together.
The Internal prosperity ot (iermany and
Austria would be nerlously retarded
by war. Jealousy among the victors will
aid in the settlement of the Balkan ques
Sadden Decision to Close.
When brokers opened for bmlnrsa yes
terday few of them anticipated that the
governors would close the exchange on
Haturday. The Idea or closing was not ns
much as mentioned on Thursday. The
action or the governors was prompted, of
course, by the President's order suspending
business In governmental departments on
the day of Mr. Sherman's funeral, and
brokers acquiesced in the closing order
all the more readily because thero was
before them little prospect of much busincxe
In any event. Yesterday's session was ex- J
tremely dull except for a short time In the
morning, and not much money would hae
been lost if the market had shut down nt
Earning mt the Granger Itoada.
St. Paul and Burlington, two of the most
Important of the granger roads, presented
excellent September statements yesterday.
St. Paul reported Increases or S6DI.0U0 In
gross and loio.ooo in net, and Burlington
increases or I582.O0U Ifi groa and 1353,000
in net. St. Paul's statement was unique
among all those presented for September
in that It showed a greater Increase in net
than In gross. Incidentally the statement
showed not only the ability of the manage
ment to maintain the & per rent, dividend
rate, but held out the hope of an increaau
to the old rate of 7 per cent, next year
The Week In Ilry Oooda.
The Urn Oooda rVrnnomiat reviews the
week aa follows: "The week before a Presi
dential election Is Invariably marked by
Inactivity on the part of merchandise buy
era. This attitude, sentimental rather than
practical, la now apparent. The under
lying conditions, however, are as strong
aa ever. Apart from temperatures un
favorable lo the sale of heavy clothing
the weather throughout the country has
been conducive to retail business. The
only retarding elements are the shortage
of certain lines of merchandise and the
congested condition of the railroads. The
demand for goods for present consumption,
coupled with short supply, has somewhat
Interfered with the placing of order for
spring fabrics. This l particularly the case
with wool and worsted drrsH goods. Hut
reorders for wool goods tor Immediate use
have been numerous,"
An 8) Per Cent. Renewal Rate.
There was considerable crumbling
among the brokerage element which felles
upon the official call loan market on the
Stock Exchange when It wns found yester
day that .the renewal rate was 8 per cent.
An 8 per cent, renewal rate Is evidently
felt to be a great hardship after nearly
two years of extreme easo In tho money
market. The highest average renewal
rate previous to this month was that in
January, ll(), when iwr cent, was
charged. The maximum call rate touched
at that time was 14 per cent., hut this
proved to be no more than temporary, nnd
the rate soon fell back to purely nominal
figures. The present money market is
the sttffest since the fall of 19)7 and the
first few day of 1908. In November of
1907 an average renewal of M per cent,
waa touched and the maximum rate paid
waa 12s per cent. The strain of the yeur
end settlements In that year was reflected
by an average renewal rate of is per cent,
in the first few days of January, IB08.
Much Money at 6 Per Cent.
As Is their usual practice in times of
monetary strain, one or two of the largest
banks and trust companies put out funds
yesterday at a minimum rate or 6 per cent.
In spite or the fact that nominally the re
newal rate yaaterday was 8 per cent. There
are also a nnrober of large corporations
and banking firms that make It a practice
to employ their surplus funds by loaning
them out on call. Loans of this kind also
were renewed at 6 per cent. In fact It Is
the custom or these corporations to leave
the loaning rate undisturbed In times of
temporary stringency. Their regular cus
tomer have to pay a little more than the
outside call rate when this goes to abnor
mally low figures, but they benefit at times
like the present and have the satisfaction
of knowing that they do not have to fear
a audden pinch In rates and can obtain ac
commodation at reasonable rates even when
fund are practically unobtainable else
where. Anthracite Mining; Raited,
The efforts of the anthracite producers
to make up the ground lost through the
suspension of mining In the spring of the
year and minimize a coal shortage Hre
Impeded by a number of special holidays.
The operation of many mines was sits,
pended yesterday because the mine workers
observed the religious holiday. Last Tues
day there was an almost complete, sus
pension or mining on account of "Mitchell
day." Next Tuesday will be election day
and operations will again he held up. The
mines are now operated on 11 full time
basis, but the observance of Disks special
holidays as well as the regular'legal holi
days will be reflected In a notable reduction
In the total tonnage produced In tho month.
Stork and the Rlrrtlon,
A canvass or Its customers has been made
by a commission house to ascertain their
opinion of the effect of the election on stocks.
The results show that 78 per cent, of them
predict the election of Wilson, 10 per cent,
the election of ltooevelt and 0 per cent,
tho election of Tn.lt, Three per cent, would
not commit theiiitelvcH, lly far the larger
number of Hioho who predict tho election
of tho Domocraliu candidate are of tho
opinion that lower priceN would follow this
event, Only 16 per cent, thought higher
prices would be seen. Of tlume who pre
dicted the election of lloosevclt 7.1 per cent,
thought high prices would result, while
.18 per cent, of tha people who think Taft
will bn reelected hit vo an iilna that this
would ineun higher prlcon lor mocks, .Indu
ing Iriiiii the 1 01 nl rt'lurtix it iinpoarN Hint
37 tier cent, urn tit tlm 011I11I11I1 Hint IImiiii'm
. election would menu lower piIci-h, mi per
I icnl. bi'llmo Hint ,1 lnoi-iiel wctiuy
1 would have Hie hiiihk rcxiili mid only 6
per cent, hold H111 opinion Hint the clri ilini
ol 'lull would Im uiilavoriililo iiinittctwlHO.
Sixty-five per cunt, tuilik thut this would
lead to a rtM.
Boston, Nov. L There waa nothing of
Interest shown In the market for copper
share to-day nnd the onty feature was the
extreme dullness. Trading was at the
smallest volume recorded In many days, and
as it consequence prices showed little change
for the day. The tone was steady through
out the list, with Wolverine gaining to 71
oil less than 5nu share. North Butte and the
recently active shares were practically
unchanged at the close.
Industrials and raits shared In tha dull
ness and were featureless.
ing, est. est. ins.
1126 Amal Cop.. ,
240 Am Zinc
1675 Dutte A Sup..
787 ("at Ariz....
'.6fal A Herts.,
5o Copper Range.,,
lis Dalv West
105 t'.ant liulte
3mi l.reen Can
to llnrt Creek pf.
loo Lie Itoyale
U5 Kerr l-nke
25 Keweenaw.. . .
1.15 Ijike 27J1
13 lualle 4'2
25o Mayflower 141.
171 MUml 26S
an Mohawk 61
23 Nev Con. . . . 214
So Nlplsslng.. 8
753 North liulte... . 34
M North Ijike. . . .14
:m (iiihway . 34
3.V, Old Colony, ... ill,
15 Onreola, . , .105
2240 1'nnd Creek. 74
Ml Qulnpy 82
H5 liav I'ou . . . 2141
600 SanlA ft 3',
7l Mhnnnnn. .. 13'.
vr.) .Slip llooton . .1 15-16 1
10 Superior 41
fo Tamarack.. . 40
30 Trinity.. . tl
335 I' H Smelt 43
230 HSSjtielt pf.. , 504
411 Wolverine.:. 74
15 Poston A Albany. .215 213
13 lloolon A Maine.. 98 98
7.1 Mtrhhurg pf.. . 12011 121
to Mass Ulee pf stam 77 77
(TO Ma Klec frarwar.tB .18
K8 N V N It A II II lt.136 1364
3 Olil Colony It It. 176 176
20 Wr.i Knd St It rt. sot j 804
ion Am AgrChem ... 5"
1 Am ,r enrm pr ino'i
28 Amnskeair.. .
M Amonke g pf.,..
20 Am Pneu Svc. ..
.no Am Pneu Stcpf
42 Am Sugar
27 Am Sugar pf..
123 Am Tel A Tel.
10 Am Woolen....
Co Am Wixilen pf...
.1 ti n 1.
20 Cumber P A I, pf,. 97s
1333 i:ll-on rlf hts 94
10 (ia It It A i:iee 1234
Hfen Klec.. . I8I)J
U) Max Han M,
14 Mass (iaa pf 96,
to Heece Mutton. ... 16
79 sulfu. 06
20 Torrlngton 277,'
37 United Fruit 186
4 United Shoe Marh 524
20 tin Shoe Marh pf. 284
4 IIS Itub 1st pf.. .107(1
1871 t' S Htrrt 1M.
I UN steel pf Ill',, in;
30no Am Tel A Tel 4s.. . 894
lan A (i A W I 5e... 632
60110 C, B A Q It 4 H6H
lam c J A s V &s 1815 .1004
lorn 1 Hauls Steel 5a,. V
lw) West Tel A Tel &s.. MM,
CUItn STOCKS, CLOS1NU I'HICBS.
My state uaa
Iji Hose Cons.. ..
New IWiltlr.., ..
Ohio Copper. . .
South Ijike. .. .
. 2U 24
. 1 11-16
, It II
3 11-16 2 13-15
Third ek Oct . .
From July 1
First uc-k Oct ..
Sconil wek Oct..
From .Ian. 1
Third week Oct . . .
From .Inly 1
National Hallways of Mexico:
Third neek Oct... SI, 163.92 Inc. 1354,441
From July 1 19.16fi.S96 Dee. 74,1S
NKW VOP.K CKNTKAI, UNHR.
Th most Important of the New York Cen
tral Lines report for September and the ntne
inontns enneu wepiemDer 30:
New Tork Centrnl and Hudson ttlver:
Oper. retenuea. . .. 110,091. r. Inr. 1361, DDI
rav of Mexico:
1131. 259 Dec.
Net opr. rv . . .
Net rev. outside op.
Total net rav...
l-12th annual tax.
Oper. Incnma... 11.472.111 Dec 1(52.490
Oper. revenue !,9ftl.7 Inc. 1109,192
Oper. expenses.,.. 1.949.236 Inc. 331,463
Net oper. rev...
Net rev, outside op.
Total net rev...'
l-12th annual tax.
Oper, Income... f 1.39,309 Dec. 1134,120
NVw Tork. Chicago and Rt. Loula:
Oper. revenues.... ll.0K7.327 Inc. 1125,1(0
Oper. expenses.... 724,193 Inc. 76,195
Net oper. rev . . .
Net def, outside op.
Total net rev , . .
12th annual tax.
Oper. Income... 1306.407 Inc. , 156,942
Lake Shore and Michigan Southern:
Oper. revenues. ., 4,'0ti,706 Inc. 1418,065
Opr. expenses.... 3,960,346 Inc. 348.761
Net oper. rev... 11,156,860 Inc. 169,104
Net rev, outside op. 43.667 Inc. 39,192
Total net rev..,
l-i:th annual tax
Oper, Income... 11,764,5:7 Inc.
Pittsburg and Lak Erie:
Net eper. rav...
Net rev. outside op.
Total net rv...
1-ltth annual tax.
Oper. Income,,, 1796,713 Inc.
Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago
oper. revenues. ,
. 17,774.369 Inc.
Net oper. rev. . .
Net def, outside op.
Total net rev...
Nln mos. taxea
The Farmers' loan and Trust Company,
No. 16, 18, 20 & 22 William Street
Branoh Office, 475 Fifth Avenue,
Trtwrtnw 16 Oeokipar St.. 8. W.
L0HD05 26 Old Broad Stratt, L 0.
PARIS, 41 Banlmrd HtnMmann
Tra-elon' Letter, of Credit. Foreign Exchange.
TO THB HOLDERS Of tTONVERTIBLR
JOINT MORTGAGE BONDS OF TBK
BILLINGS AND EASTERN MONTANA
roWER (JOMPANT. MADISON RIVER
POWER COMPANT AND THE BUTTE
ELECTRIC POWER COMPANT, IS
SUED UNDER JOINT MORTGAGE.
DATED JUNE 1ST. lBOfl
NOT1CK ta herhv riven that nurauant to tha
terms of .Section 2. of Article 3. of the Mortrate
above referred tn, tha following described Joint
Mortraie 0 bond's are hereby railed for redemp
Hon on Dec, 1. 1912:
N OS. 1)2 13 16 23 27 44 63 73 7 9 63 P
n i.t i 24 za on B4 i i m i
7 16 20 23 29 62 63 77 61 65
12 17 It 26 311 56 66 76 62 60
of the denomination of 6300 each.
DOS. S M 66 143 240 .IM 4ft0 IM 046
6 59 611 14". 247 365 451 566 649 726
7 an un 146 vi sut 4.1 aa7 65n 727
I 61 III IV, 254 392 453 366 651 726 FK
0 63 92 157 255 393 46U 560 632 77J 6U3
156 256 3B4 470 390 653 746 697
169 257 395 471 591 656 749 M6
160 254 396 473 592 657 75(1 Nl
24 66 104 161 2A3 3H7 413 5K1 n5 J.. I VIS
25 67 105 164 264 396 46(1 MM 639 732 017
26 66 106 165 265 411 461 .',03 660 763 914
27 60 107 166 266 412 462 396 664 770 RI9
26 70 104 167 267 413 463 3B7 663 771 920
109 146 266 414 4St 596 666 772 921
110 169 269 415 465 MM 669 763 926
111 170 270 414 466 6IS1 670 795 927
112 171 271 417 496 627 672 79tt 944
113 172 272 426 497 624 664 6m 943
114 173 273 427 496 656 665 601 946
115 174 274 431 499 637 666 602 947
44 74 129 173 262 433 .VK1 634 716 603 946
49 79 130 1 60 263 434 376 639 716 604 949
50 60 114 211 264 433 577 640 717 605 SAO
61 61 186 212 284 434 374 641 716 607
32 62 197 213 296 437 379 642 719 641
53 63 134 34 300 434 560 643 720 642
54 64 139 240 326 439 561 644 721 643
55 63 140 243 331 440 363 643 722 644
56 66 141 244 330 443 563 644 723 6011
37 67 142 243 363 444 564 647 724 691
of the denomination of It.noo each.
Tout par value 1344.000.
Payment of said bonds u 111 be made at the office
of the Columbla-Knlckerhoiker Trust Cnmpanr,
6o Hroadway. Nev. Vnrk City, on December 2nd,
1912 (December 1st belnr a holldayl, at 105 ot
the par value thereof and accrued Interest. In'
terest on aald bonds villi cease on and after De
cember 1st. 1912.
COLUUIIIA KNICKKRIIOCKKB TP.Cf?T COM
PANY, .successor Trustee.
By WILLAHD V. KINO, President.
November I. 1912.
in 63 101
11 64 102
12 63 103
Lake Shore and Michigan Southern:
Oper. revenues..., 839,366.772 Inc. 13.469.011
Oper. expenses. ..126.173,412 Inc. 11.356.1:4
Net oper. rev.... 118.193.360 Inc. 82,102.907
Net rev. outside op 96.514 Inc. 116,131
Tdtal net rev. . .111.291. 874 Inc.
9 mos. txs accrd. 1,173,000 Inc.
Oper. Income... 112,014.874 Inc. 12.H9.J11
Pitt, burr and Lake Erie: .......
Oper. revenues... 111. 126. 128 Inc. $1,620,644
Oper. expense.... 6.775.174 Inc. 1. 073,113
Net oper. rev... I6.1S0.954 Inc. 1741.411
Net def. outside op 4.831 Inc. 2.219
Total net rev. .
9 mos. txa accrd.
$3,019,333 Inc. '
Net oper. rev. . .
Net rev. outside op.
Total net. rev... 1147.453 Inc.. $10,617
l-i:th annual txs. 95.000 Dec. 3.000
Opr. Income... $972,653 Inc. $16,417
Oper. revenue... $36,176,212 Inc. $1.51.286
Opr. exp. txs.,
less outside op.. 17,818.79 Inc. 2.023,303
Net oper. revs. $7,537,413 Dec. 1432,022
From January 1 :
Oper. revenues. .1:03.164.361 Inc. $t:,58,9i:
Oper. exps. A txs..
less net outsd opl64.l09.4S0 Inc. 10,150.189
Net oper. revs'. 145. 054. 411 Inc. $2,413,723
Th Chicago. Milwaukee and St. Taul Hall
way Company reporla for September:
64. 453. OSS Inc. 340,810
,193.S:i Inc. 919.762
From July 1:
Oper. Income ., $4,140,416 Dec.
Peoria and Bastern:
Oper. revenues..,. $2,419,400 Inc.
Oper. expenses..,, 1,110,614 Dec,
$18,671,767 Inc. 12,171,502
..... 6,063.065 Inc. 2,57i,97
The Chicago. Milwaukee and Puget Sound
Railway Company reports for September:
Oper. revenue Il.l3i.137 Inc. 151,823
Oper. Inonme.... 874,033 Inc. 361,764
From Jutv 1 :
Oper. revenue $5,4$S,8:7 Inc.
Onr. Inromi. 2.347.676 Inc.
)linUUI(l,NAA()An A 1,
The Missouri, Kansas and Texas Hallway
system reports for September:
Oper. revenue..,. $2,943,6:9 Inc.
Oper. expenses..,, 1,868,000 Inc.
Net. oper. rev. .
Outside op., def..
Total net rev..
Oper, Income. . .
From July 1:
Net oper. rev. . ,
Outside op., def,
Total net rev.,,
$970,743 Inc. $193,819
$2.4 63.521 Inc.
Oper. Income... 82,135.816 Inc. $722,413
DELAWARE AND HUDSON.
The Delaware and Hudson Company
norts for AeDtember:
Total oper. rev.,., $2, 030,134 Inc.
Total oper. exp... 1,188,695 Inc.
Net oper. revs. .
Outside op., def, . .
Total net revs. . .
Prom July 1:
Total opvr. rev..
Total oper, exps,.
Net oper, rev...
Nine tuns, taxea
$540,686 Inc. $176,846
New York Central and Hudson River:
Oper. revenues. ..$80,097,069 Inc. $3,223,036
Oper. expenses.... 60,038,160 Inc. 4,063,771
Net oper. rev. . ,$20,058,919 Dec. $840,786'.
Net rev, outside op. 143,(69 Dec, 68,331 j
Total net revs,
Oper. Income... $2.(74,166 Inc. $187,460
ST. LOUIS SOUTHWESTERN,
The HI. Loula Southwestern Hallway Com
pany rrporta for September:
Oper. revenue.,.. $1,118,964 Inc. $112,516
Oper. expense,,, 705,163 Inc. 69,286
Net oper. revs.. .
Taxes, Ac , . .
Net Income. . . .
From July It
Oper. expenses. . .
Other Income.. ,
Total net rev... $10,101, 771 Dec. 0,0fT I qroaa Income
Nine mos. taxes Deductions ....
accrued 4,468,648 Inc. 701047 1 . .
Oper, Income.., $16,738,180 Dec $1,612,114
Oper. revenues.... $:3,767,499 Inc. $1,741,7:8
Oper. expenses. ,, 16,802,644 Inc. 1,025,765
The Hocking Valley Hallway Company re
ports for September.
Net oper. rev .. $6,054,864 Inc.
Net rev outside op. 14,362 Ino.
Total net rev... $4,968, $06 Inc".
Nine mos. taxea
accrued 1,044,000 Inc.
Net opsr. rev.,
lrom juiy i;
STSA 149 rrum uutx
710,142 Qpf r avenues
Oper. Incnma... $6,:6,306 Inc. $446,948
New York, Chlcaro and St, Louis:
Net nper, i rev , .
Net ilef outside op.
$2,33 1.4.7B Inc.
rev $ 2, '.' 1 4, 4J2
Oper, Income... $1,1I.4I Inc. $18,81$
.. 1,283,687 Inc.
Net. oner. rev... 8868.687 Inc.
DETIIOIT UNITED RAILWAY.
The Detroit United Hallway Company re.
porta for Sentember:
731, bit Inc.
$8,661, 209 Inc.
Ntt earnings,,. 11,977,961 Ino. $117,711
TO THP. HOLDERS OP
CATAWBA POWIER COMPANT
Thirty-Tear Sis Per Cent. Cold Bond
IJUK JUNK 1ST, 1933.
The Equitable Trust Company of New York aa
Sneceeior-Trustre to the North American Trust
Company, Trustee under the mortgace of the
Catawba Power Company dated June I, toot,
hereby Invites proposals for the sale to It. tinder
the provisions of aald mortrate. of as many bonds
Issued thereunder aa will exhaust the sum of
$16,106.36 at a price not exrredlnr 103 and accrued
Interest. Proposals will be opened at the office
of The Equitable Trust Company of New York.
No. 37 Wall Street. New York City, at 12 o'clock
noon on the 6th day of November. 112. and should
be addressed "Proposals in the Sinking Fund of
the Catawba Power Company."
Holders of bond whose proposals are accepted
must present their bonds at the above named office
of The Kqullable Trust Company of New York on
or before November 9th. 1912.
The right la reserved lo reject any and til Un-
dTHB EQUITABLE TRUST COMPANY OF
By LYMAN RHOADES. Vice-President.
Dated Nerr York. November 1, 1913.
THE WEATHER FORECAST
WASHINGTON PREDICTIONS FO
TO-DAY AND TO-MORROW. '
To Holders nt Or tl Urates representing Pre
ferred or Common Stock nt I3IICAGO
UNION TRACTION COMPANT Issued
by Central Trust Company of New Tork.
Depositary, purssant to agreement dated
Anrll aa. inai.
The Committee acting under the agreement
aforesaid, and referring to Its circular of March
23. 1906. and April so. IBM, gives notice that Par
tlrlpatlon Certificates land certiorates represent
ing a fractional Interest therelnl appnrtlonable to
the stock represented by Certificates of Deposit
upon which assessment has been paid, are ready
for deliver)- upon the surrender In negotiable
form of the outstanding Certificate of Deposit,
tamped to Indicate the payment of assessment
tnereon, at tne orace or t r.w i iiai, t iiuai tua
PANY tir NF.W YORK. 54 Wall Street. New York
City. The Committee has nxrd December 1st.
1912, as tne date on or prior to wnicn aucn ex
changes must be .made, after which date no
fanner transfer will no made of oatstand Ing
Certificate ot Deposit.
Dated. New York. October 17th. 112.
Al.rnr.D SKITT. Chairman:
ItORKHT M. CALLAWAY,
JOSI'.PH J. O'DONOHUK. Jr.:
THK HOONVII.LK RAILROAD
First Mortgage 4 Sinking Ftand Cold Roads,
dated November 1, 19)01.
NOTICH IS HKKKRY (IIVKN that Eleven (11)
of the above described bonds were this day drawn
for redemption In accordance with the require
ments ot Article II. nf the Trust Mortgage, num
bered as follows:
140. 143. 243. 369. 431. 560. 577. 576. 679. 660. B7.
All future Interest of any of the bonds so desig
nated ceases January 1st. 1913, In accordance with
the terma of the mortgage.
CENTRAL TRUST COMPANY OF NEW YORK.
By E. r. HYDE, Vice-President.
In accordance with the foregoing, aald men
tinned hnnda will be nald on ana after the 1st day
of January. 1913, at par and accrued Interest at
the office of the Central Trust Company of New
Yora, m waiimreet. new inrK.
New York, November 1. 1912.
TANANA VAI.I.RT RAILROAD COMPANT.
Notice Is hereby riven that live first mortgage
bonds of the TANANA VALI.RY RAILROAD
COMPANY. Nos. 119. 442. 453, 661 and 665, have
been drawn by lot for redemption from the amount
to tne creait or tne ninxtng l una, ann win oe pain
for at the rate of 11.050 oer bond with accrued
Interest at the office of the CnMmbla-Knlrker-bncker
Trust Company. 60 Hmadway. New York
City, on the 1st day of December. 1912. after
which date said bonds will cease to bear Interest,
KNICKKRHOChl'.ll THt'ST COMPANY.
n- WILLAHD V. K1NH. President.
October 3. 1912.
CARTER COAL AND IRON CX1MPANT
First Mortgage 5". Sinking Fund Cold Ronds.
Notice Is hereby given, pursuan' tn the terms
or tne uorigaee aaiea me nrsi aay or octotirr.
1196. that the underslrned. as Trustee, will re
ceive sealed proposals up to 3 P. 51. on tt.e twelfth
day of November. 1912. for the sale to It nf Ilonds.
as abatve described, nt a price not exceeding 104
and accrued Interrat, to an amount sufficient to
use the sum nr X22, H3.it.
THK NK.W YORK TRUST COMPANY.
Successor to Continental Trust Company ot th
City of New York. Trustee.
By C. E. RAYDOCK, Assistant Secretary.
New York, October 2t, 1912. '
SPOICANR VALLKY LAND WATKR
November 2d. 1912.
On December I6th. 1912. Win. Heaver Ileaton,
Trustee of the Spokane Valley ljnd A Water
Company Consolidated MortMre llonils, will call
nve sLisju noun tor reuempinn on .tanuary 2d.
ivu, a iu.i anu interest ai uic ocicc oi nay A
Hcalon, 60 Broadway. New Ynry.
1). C. CORII1N, President.
To the Holders or LF.IIIHII AND WILKES
BARRK (JOAL COMPANY MORT41A41K
BONDS, payable on the 1st day ot NO
VEMBKRVlwiat Notice Is hereby riven that Messrs. J. r. Mor
gan lompany. an Direct, corner or llroau.
New York City, will take up these bonds on th
date of maturity when and as delivered to them.
i. O. WATKRMA.V. Treasurer.
The Wall Street Journal
MEXICAN PETROLEUM COMPANY,
'LIMITED, OF DLI-AWAItr-First
Lien aad Refunding Mortgage 8 Sink
ing Fund. Merles "A," t.old Ronds of Inai.
Uuaranty Trust Company of New York, as
Successor Trustee under th" Mortraie anil Deed
of Trust securing the abnc Issue dated October
1. 1911. HEREBY INVITES PROPOSALS for the
sale ot aa many uf the above bonds as can be
Rurchased for the sum of One. Hundred and
Inety-flve Thousand Dollars (1195.000 Oil.
Sealed proposals will be received at tbe standard
Branch, No. 26 Broad Street. New York City,
until to o'clock A. M., Monday, November 11,
1912. Bonds offered at the lowest price (not ex
ceeding 105 and accrued Interest) will be accepted
proportionately and paid for on Wednesday,
N'o ember 13, 1912, upon delivery, together with
accrued Intereat to that date.
GUARANTY TRUST COM PANY OP NEW YORK.
By WM. C. COX. Vice-President.
NOTICE TO HOLDERS
THE METROPOLITAN 1ELEFHONE 4t
First Mortgage S t.old Bonds.
Bankers Trust Company, successor by merger
to the Mercantile Trust Company, Trustee, under
a certain mortcage May 21th. last), and an agree
ment dated November 1st, 1636, both executed
by The Metropolitan Telephone A Telegraph
Company, which the New ork Telephone Com-
fiany has assumed nnd acreed to pay, herrhy
nvllrs proposals for the sale to It on Jan. 2d. 1913.
of bonds secured by said mortgage, at a price
satisfactory to the New York Telephone Com
pany, at a rate not exceeding par and ten per
centum premium, in hum an amount as snail not
exceed the sum nf Silt, 421, 41,
BANKERS TRUST COMPANY, Trustee.
New York, Nov 1st, 1012.
ELECTIONS AND MEETINGS.
THE ANNUAL MEETING of the stockholders
of the Horn Silver Mining Company for the elec
tion of Dlrcctora for the year commencing Jan
uary 1st. 1913. will bo held at the office ot the
Company, Room '.',. McCornlck Building, Sail
LakoClty, utan, on luewtay, December sro, 191
at 12 noon.
The transfer hooks will close on November
3rd. 1912, at 13 o'clock 51. and t tppen on No em
ber 13th. 1912. at in o'clock A. M.
EDWARD r. CM MKT. Secretary.
For enatera New York atasl Iv
feraer. fair and oolaUr fa-flap I fair
lo-marrovT ttrlak atrrtawcart trlafl.
For New England, fair and colder te-day.i
fair to-morrow; brisk west and nerthweet
NEW TORK; Nor. J. The disturbance wkleh
waa central over Arkansas en Thursday became
a vlroroue storm and moving rapidly oorla
eastward bad It centre between Lake Huron
and Ontario yesterday.
llaln fell In nearly all tha Atlantis Bute (Mid
In the Tennessee and Ohio valley and tnMdhr
and lower lake regions.
The rain fall was generally heavy over the North
eastern Statea and hlfh wlnda prevailed from
Michigan eastward Into New York.
Over all sections westward from the Mis
sissippi ttlver tha pressure waa high, the weather
generally fair and the temperatures lower.
The centre of high pressure wa over tha middle
Rocky Mountain State.
The line of freezing weather extended from
the upper lake region southwest Into northern
Texas and from there west and northwest Into
eastern part of the Paelflo States.
There was also a little freetlng weather th
frosts occurred tn Oklahoma and south ward
to central Texas.
It waa warmer In the Atlantlo State.
In this city rain fell almost all day: warme't
wind, fresh to brisk southeast: average humidity.
91 per cent: barometer, corrected lo read to
sea level, at! A, M.. 39.87: S P. M.. 29.63.
The temperature In this city yesterday, a re
corded by the official thermometer. It shown In
the anoeted table:
1912. Itlt.l 111. 1911.
9 A. M 60 63' I P. M 63 43
13 M 63 521 P- M 67 41
IP. M 65 6II3 Mid.. .. 67 39
Lowest temperature. 52 , at 1:43 A. M.
MAX LITE INTELLIGENCE.
MINIATURE ALMANAC TniS DAY.
aitl rut psi
Sua rises.... t-27Sun sets 4.52 1 Moon rlsei.,12 on
111(111 WATKR THIS DAT.
AUl AMI AM
SadyH'k..l.oif!ov.tsland..1:tll!ell Gate. .3:3
LOW WATER THIS DAY.
Awl sul aw
Sandy M'k ..56Gov. Islsnd..7:4l)Hell Gate... lot
Arrrved-FRIDAY. Notember I, '
Ss Celtic T4S P. M.. Liverpool, Oct. 24.
Ss Campanello. 6:47 A. M., Rotterdam. Oc
Ss Trlgnac. 4 A. M.. Dundee. October 9.
Ss Corcovado, 4:35 A. M., Hamburg. October 19.
Ss (ihatee. 3:53 A. M., Manila. September 6.
Ss Kasdenfels, 11 'JO A, M., Bombay, September
Ss Hermla. 410 A. M.. Bellre. October 23.
Ss.lroouola, Charleston. October 30.
Ss El Cld. Oalveston, October 28.
Ss City of St. Louis, Savannah.Octoher 29.
Ss Florltel. 6 A. M.. Halifax. October 30.
Ss Eocene. Boston, October 31.
Ss Hamilton, Norfolk. Octobers!.
Ss Delaware. Philadelphia. October 31.
Ss Ryron, 11:18 A. M.. Bahla. October 17.
Ss Ogeejchee. Portland. October 30.
Sa Prioress Irene, at Naples from New York.
Sail To day.
St. Louis. Southampton
San Juan, San Juan
Tennyson, Hlode Janeiro.
Asiatic Prince. Ilahla. . . .
hewn It Albert. Genoa
Duca d'Aosta, Naples
Momus, New Orleans
City ot St. Ixnile, Savannah
P. Aug. Wllhelm, Colon..
Msdlum. Norfolk... .
Rio Grande. Brunswick.
630 A M
. tl 30 A M
I j Provence....
Camartiey. . ..
City ut Atlanta...
. ... Tarn pleo
,. . Norfolk
. .. .Liverpool.
. . . Ilavir
Due Monday, November 4
.... Bermuda. . ,
Inagua., , ,
,., .San Juan.,. ,
.New Orleans. .
6.11AM in in A 8
6 30 A M 13 IIO M
6.-IIAM 11(10 AM
SO) AM 12 00 II J
UOIAM 12 in Mi
9 30 A M 12 00 M t
10 on A xi tin I'd
tl Ol AM 2 30 P M
11 3ii AM :t on I'M
12 Oil M .3 (10 P M
.. .. 11 3ti AM
, .. . lino A M
.. . :iiiii pa
12(1) M 7
1 1 (II A t
.. . I2UIUV
I OOP 11
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a no p a
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. .Oct. ll
. .Oct. i
.o t. at
. Nov. 5
. Oct. 3)
. .Oct. 1
, .Oct. 30
y Marrnnl Wlrrleaa.
Ss Saxnnla, for New York, vtas 213 miles cast
of Sandy Hook at 2 P. M. yesterday.
Ss Noordam for New York. va.s 1.0'5 miles east
ot Sandy Hook at 7, P. M.
Movement of Naval Vraarla.
WASHINGTON, Nov. I. The transport Prairie
has arrived at Caldera Bay, Ihe gunboat Wheeling
at Santo Domingo city, the battleship Vermont,
the,hospltal ship Selarc and the collier AJax at
Hampton Road", the battleship Ithodr Island
at Provlncetown and the cruiser Denver at Man
The tug Ya.ikton has sailed from New York
yard for Puerto Plata, the battleship Utah from
New York yard for Hampton Roads, the battle
ship Illinois from Philadelphia for Roston, Ihe
battleships Ohio and Kausas from Philadelphia
for Rockland, Me.; the collier Sterling from
Newport for New London, the destroyers Jouetl,
Jenkins. Fanning and Beale from Newport for
Hampton Roads, the battleship Minnesota frort
Hampton Roads for southern drill grounds and
the tug Mohawk from Norfolk for Washington,
Frrdrrtrk l.oeser A- Co, Inrnrporatril
Article, of Incorporation of the dry go(xl
firm of Frederick Ix?Her nnd ('otniiniiy of
Brooklyn wore yixtnnluy lllo In Alhjny
and provide for llin conduct of tlm li,yl
nr6 along' the lines which liavo iirovnlltd
for half o century. Tho common stock of,
tlio now company ia fixed at I3,(ski,isi,'
divided into su.ihki aharea of tho par value
of lino each. Tho Incorporators! and di
rectors are: H. Kliner (iilib, mm of tho
late John (llhli nnd n brother of tln Into
Walter tllbti; Kmcut J. Iltitifoitl. William ti.
Cool sr. August Ouurti'iiii, Witltcr llaniinltt,
Ilirl)rl Ii.'k I 'rati and Aldiui s, Hwnn, Mr.
(llhli. who is alio lit-iid oftlio Itnpiirtlncl'riii
of Mill A llib. will li'Mnni" iiri'dtldii,
.Mr- llMilord Ici'-iin-fl I'uit, Mr imikm
MMiind Ico-iiivhIiIi'iiI, Mr Htiinmitl '.
rotary unci Mr. t.Uioitniii ticnsiiici'. TIhmo
executives nave all Iwen active lor yeura in
tho management of tha limine.
Army and Nary Ordera,
WASHINGTON, Nov. l.-These army order
were Issued to-day:
Capt. G, L. Byroade. retired, to Miami Military
Institute, Germantoun, Ohio, as professor uf
military science and tactics.
Klrst Ueut. II, llawley, Second Infantry, trans
ferred to Ninth Infantry.
Coast artillery assignments: Capt. John S.
Johnstone, from I05tn Company to artillery
district of Honolulu: Capt, c. A. Clark, from
artillery district of Honolulu to lOMh Company,
I'lrst Lieut. V. E.Wilson, from Seventh to Sixth
First Lieut. J G, Taylor, from Sixth to Seventh
Commander J, It, P. Prlnrle, from the Nebraska
to the Illinois as executive. tf
tne NcnraxKa to tne Illinois as natigator,
I l,tt II ( ClfTn tn Ih. llhftilf, tfclaml
l.lrtil. ('. A. Woodruff, In Mare Island yard
Assistant Surgeon I'.. E. Woodland, from the
Solace to the Padticah.
Assistant Surgeon A, I.. Jacoby, from the
Padticah to the Solace.
Pai-scd Assistant Paymaster S. L. Brthea, from
New York yard to naty yard, Charleston, S. C.
' Passed Assistant Paymaster 11. 1). Itodrers.
i from Charleston yard: wall orders.
rirst ueut. v, a. liariirner. Marine corps, rrom
the Cleveland to marine barracks, Ihiget Sound,
Second Lieut. H. C. Daniels, Marine Corp. Iu
marine barracks, Boston.
Second l.leut. W. (1. Emory, Marine Corps, to
marine barracks, Annapolis,
Second Lieut, (1. W. Van llnose. Marine Cors.
In marine barracks, Charleston.
Second Lieut. L. S. Wasa, Marine Corps, to
mat Inr barracks, Mnre Island. 1
Enslrns It. T. Merrill, E. W, Spenrer, Jr., W. .1.
Buller. 11.11. Good, E. P, A. Simpson, II, C, Wyes,
It, II. Wnketnan, Thomas Moran, G, I.. Dlrkson,
E. P. Eldredce anil M. S. Brown and Pawn!
Assistant Surreon C. C, Grieve from the Ne
braska tu the Illinois.
DIVIDENDS AM) INTF.KKST,
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phone I'niuiiany, imjnlilj Noicmber 15in. 1917.
In stockholders of record November 1st. By
order of the Directors.
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