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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, MAY 6 1914.
11
COTTON TURNS EASY
QM BETTER WEATHER
Clear SKios in Texns niid Tlnln
in Kast I.ny Busts for
Hopeful Outlook.
MAIiKKT IS STITiL XAHROW
lack of Outside Ppcculntlvc In
fcrrst Causes Sudden
Trading Turns.
Cnlton Mutt Weather.
for North Carolina. Ssuth Carolina and
Outfit, generally t.t to-day and to-mor-rc
cooler to-morrow; fresh nest winds.
For l'lorlda, Rcncrttlly fair to-day and
te-morro
Fur A'abama nnd Mississippi, generally
Mr to-day and to-morrow; niolcr to-mor-"rew.
light to moderate variable winds.
For Louisiana, fair and cooler to-day;
(ilr to.morrow; moderate variable wind..
for eastern Texas, fair to-day, cooler In
It Interior; fair to-morrow; moderate varl
iK Hindi.
For oettern Texas, fair and cooler to-day;
fi!r to-morrow.
Fer Oklahoma, Arkansas. Tennes.ee and
Kmtucli) fair and cooler to-day; fair to
morrow Improved weather conditions were
Urgely responsible for mi cnslcr turn In
totlon yei"criUy, ulthouKh liquidation of
'itma of tto o'd crop months also played
a part ta thi decline. An a matter of
frt the dle ewlnES In cotton Just now
spptar to b due more to lack of pecu
liar interest than to aggressive tactlci
Uwd on an effort to brlnr about a rise
r fall In psices. The market la to nar
row that It Rets enslly overbought or
oversold, and nervous fluctuations are the
natural result
Liverpool yesterday showed a food un.
dtrttnc, with rather marked steadiness
la the near positions. May-June In Liver-
root 11 now at a biff premium over the
rert of the list, thus iti-inr evidence of a
ttratr.id position In that market, although
those who tender cotton can do so only
tt i severe loss.
The steadiness of the Kngllsh market
largely responsible for the steadiness
tt the opening here. It was generally
flew In the western belt, with the ex
, ceptlon of some scattered showers In
eastern Texas, Louisiana and parts of
Arkansas, Mather generous nnd bene
fflal thowcrs were reported over most of
the eastern belt. Homo parts of tho
Cuollnas and Oeorgla bavo been In need
of rain und the modcr.ile precipitation of
the latt thirty-six hours Is benellcl.il.
The weekly weather report laid stress
ci the heavy rnlns that liavo fallen In
the western belt particularly Texas, In
the last week and s'ated that rain was
reeded 111 the Carollnas and ISeorRln, The
r'earlt.v conditions In the west, together
With the showers In tho art., seem to have
t-e the leqjlremenls of tho i.reaent crop
situation.
There Is n feeling, however, that tho
Te r tuatlon Is much worse tlmn the
t-jde has been led to believe, and the scar
tv of seed, Its poor gernnnatlnc quality
nd the unfavorably coo weather are
vpc-icd tn play a pass tr do market
'ti. ' on in tho Pear rutin
luliircs closed eleudy. S o 10 point
mrtr.
Hlh- Low. Clot- rrev
s.t est mi. eloe
is ci i: is ? is'
ij si i" is i: 17 t;
ii :i ii.dj u. c ii
11 74 11.63 U.tVS 11 n
'ew York was 10 points
Southern spot markets
tiere utichi-ged to 't, higher, with .New
Orlm 13 'a. flaiveston 13, Savannah
S Houston 12-t., Augusta 13 '-j uud
llemphls 13'i
The New Orleans market was steady
ifterilm elosln? here, l'rlces there were;
High- Low. Clo.- Prer.
et est. in. Close
i: w
12:1
11.74
it.7:
GOSSIP OF WALL STREET.
The Sldrnlae MoTmiit.
The. stock market yesterday presented
what the traders call the ildewlso move
ment, l'rlces lluctuatetl back and forth
throughout the session over the same
ground covered on Monday without de
veloping a decided trend In cither direc
tion. The sole Impulse behind the fluctu
ations seemed to be derived from the
operations of the professionals. Tho
traders sold at the opening nnd then
turned around when stock fulled to come
In on tho lower prices. Tho revcrset
happened when the market moved up to
the near to top prices of Monday nnd
then wavered. Heading was the only ac
tive slock to make a new high for the
movement. While the advance In tho
other speculative favorites lias received
an obvious check In the past few days
Heading has risen steadily. As a mar
ket lender Heading Is nn uncertain quan
tity. Thero are occasions when move
ments In Heading seem to have on Ir
resistible Influence over the rest of the
market. At other, times they are
entirely unconvincing and the traders talk
nbout the leading strings being plainly
visible.
Vie
,,rv
teber
' "timber
S;t . 1
er .it
Open'
I nr.
I. M
1: -a
II :i
It 7s
VIM ,li
1: 90.
Klxtr Per Cent. Profit.
Wabash common, with tho very best
reasons In the world. Is tho lowest priced
stock on the list. Yesterday 200 shares
sold at 1, the flist time the stock had been
dealt In ednce Thursday, when It sold as low
ru. tt. Wabash common has, therefore, had
a huge rise when figured on the percent
age basis. If it were not necessary to pay
commissions a big profit could have been
mado on this fluctuation. In other words,
100 shares of Wabash common might
have been bought for 162.60 on Thursday
last and sold yesterday for 1100. The dif
ference, I37.C0, would represent about CO
per cent, of the money Imolvrd In the
trade.
Position of "-Top."
Missouri 1'aclflc stock sold off follow
Ing the adjournment of the special meet
ing of the directors only a few minutes
after It had been called. But tho stock
held Its rise well and closed at an nd
vanco on the day. The firmness of the
stock la Interesting tn the light of a re
port of the return on Monday of a big
block of the stock borrowed by a firm
which haa been credited with extensive
liquidation In the past few months. With
regard to the tremendous turnover of
Missouri Pacific below 20 It Is Interesting
to note that It Is freely admitted on every
hand that there are great possibilities In
tho stock, greater probably than In any
other Issue selling at the price. Bullish
sentiment on the stock, however. Is based
on one condition, and that Is that tho right
people shall be In control of the property.
Circumstantial reports of the Goulds sell
ing out at last have been heard altogether
too often In the past to Induce enthusiasm
now. Most speculators have come to the
state of mind whero they will decline to
believe until convinced that papers have
been signed, sealed and delivered. Hut
by the tlmo the proMpect has become 11
certainty. If It ever does, tho price of tho I repori,, of rain
Executor
Chartered 1822
Trustee
The Farmers' loan and Trust Company
Nob. 16, 18, 20 & 22 William Street
Branch Office, 475 Fifth Avenue
New York.
LONDON, 15 Oooktpnr Bt.,4. W. 20 Old Broad Street, , a
PARIS, 41 Boulevard Hatuiroann BERLIN, 56 TJoter den Linden, N. W. 7
Travelers' Letters of Credit. Foreign Exchange.
Administrator Guardian
ESTABLISHED IM4
ngtiieet8
ACT AS
CONSULTING ENQINEERS
CONSTRUCTING ENQINEERS AND
OPERATINQ MANAQERS OF PUBLIC UTILITIES
NEW ORLEANS
IIS DROADWAY. NEW YORK
SAN FRANCISCO
THE GRAIN'MARKETS.
THE BOSTON MARKET.
Ad-
Wheat Kases Off After Karlr
vance Corn Strong.
A resumption of buying by die May
short established wheat prices at slightly
higher levels In tho early tradlne yester
day, but later tho tone of the market
turned easier under rather heavy offer
ings of the new crop deliveries, and clos
ing prices were unchanged to Sc. lower.
Crop news was of a very favorable char
acter, barring reports of snow In parts
of the Canadian Northwest. Foreign
markets wero generally higher. Liver
pool reported firmer nnd fewer Manitoba
offers and good Continental takings of
coast cargoes, llrmlttrect't world's visi
ble decreased 9,793,000 bushels. Primary
receipts continued light.
The corn market ruled strong through
out the session, closing i to ftc, higher.
May shorts were again anxious buyerw on
stock will undoubtedly have greatly re- !tlmt cxport.r!1 were c,uiMVorn to vnn.fX
late May shipments. Thero was healthy
duced the speculative possibilities In the
situation to far as the stock Is concerned.
French l.lqaldnt Inn.
Henewed firmness In the foreign ex
change market is attributed to the liquida
tion of stocks hero In the last few days
In connection with the Paris failure an
nounced on Monday. It is suld that the
selling on this account has been heavier
than seems to be realized generally and
that It Is centred largely on tho mix
celljneous copper shares, some of them
listed on the Ficnch Bourse. An Inter
esting point about the Paris firm of Ve
Neufvllle Is that It was originally a very
old Hamburg banking house founded no
IcfcS than 300 years ago.
M.T..
Joly
i Oi"obr
Open-
tus-.
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The Liverpool market was firm. There
a-i a f.ut bjslncss in spot cotton, with
mtddl.i.K 5 voirits. higher ut 7.31'd. Sales.
.000 bj-j. Hccttlpts, l'J.000 bales; none
Af.trkan.
Trices at Liverpool were:
Oten- mh- Low- C!n. IreT.
Inr f.t et ln. cloe.
Mw Jutr .. f iji, fM'i fifSH C53i 6.4
Ka: .. i t: t, 6.7: .:'a cth'j
OK ?, : 6 31 CSS 6.33i
'.1 A M bids to LlverKKil were: May.
1S.S0 ; July, IliS; October, 11.67. The
mrxet there is due to open to-day 1H to
4 points louer.
Tort welpt nnd stocks were:
Hp I.mt Lait
ceipt. ear. Sto'U. jenr
fiiiTMtort ..7im t.ssi :n. isa.li:
N'w Orle nt. .. t.jfts J.J.4 HS.lSa ".0ii3
vrannth . ,. l.ul l.fcM l,Mt C7.411
(hrl-.ton 211 H.o:,: lWi
N't-fniw . t: sum 9,?:i
jnits'nnon . ,. im t.9 i.m n.wi
MoKle 1,00 53 22,l 1.166
Iirtrlor receipts and stocks were
I.att
Northern Pacific Dona.
Northern Pacific went to 106 T on the
break In the market a week ago Haturdny.
Monday It sold as high us 11 :.
Tho sudden bre.ik to H'9 S yesterday
morning, while It seemed to u'nulre an ex
planation, could not be described as mmis.i-
tlnnul weakness. Nevertheless, for sev
eral mouths now thero has been evidence
that Northern Pacific was coming stead
ily to market, tin one recuvcry it was
explained that the previous decline had
been due to tho liquidation of the holdings
of r.n estate. Yesterday's renewed sell.
lug was described an "good, that Is, It
was reported to come from people sup
pose I to be close to the property. Humors
of a new stock Issue went circulated to
account for the break and when thesn
wero denied otllclally tho pneo jumped
buck rather sharply, in fact tho mar
ket was a thin ono both ways. Tho North
ern I'aclflc has some 10,OOU,ooo notes
coming due in July, so that while H may
be true that the capital stock Is not to bo
Increased It Is pointed out that tho com
ininv iimv take this occasion to form a
com, rehenslvo plan of financing providing
f r maturing bonu issues inrougn a penuu
of jeiiru.
THE PHILADELPHIA MARKET.
riill.APRi.PHlA, May B. The market was
dull and featureless. Most of tho trading
s In odd lots. Traction biochs were
iniiiw.,1 tn nnll oir. There was some ue-
mnud for Lehigh Navigation trust certlll
catts on a point decline. One share of
Northern Central som at j.umi. m .'"
fmni last previous sale. The falluro of
Cramp. Mitchell & Co. yesterday was com
mented on till morning aim iuuiui u.
other failures kept trailers in cnecK, ;r-
bltiage trading was small, ine summary;
open- lll.ll- -aw- mi-
"If .
AUf .i
Liu: Ho. k
lie
re lrit
.
year.
l.O'i
Kvllmatrd port
reiTipts to-il.iy.
I In l.vn
h.'.OO to ti Tll
1 loir's vestcrday. 15,00t bales.
,hl s '.i Hi s si'.-iMin, 8,090,000
S -' f T,7:i' 000 bales lust year.
',Urion
Sf Ortt ins
Stoek..
J1.0I3
:!i.I70
t:.z:i
List
relc,
l.WIS
4.035
List
year
w.m
4.;. 01 1
t,lM
S7.MI
Last
yenr
5.S21
2.SII
Total
bales,
DAILY TREASURY STATEMENT.
fftHiU((-i(ij M.iy -The statement of the
rTt jn.l nay warrant, ot the Treasury
Yei-ti-nliiv This innnlh.l'is.il jenr,
fi" t'i : 4,020 Mi) .-,fii).li!i.r'
i v ai r jut i sr.. i ,):,: 6ii,4:.m
Pelii il
t"im
tint.
N
I - i
T i
In
I'll. 110 3.-.,:.7.VCS
ts f i oiii I'tutntni yesienlnr. f 2&d,l3;
.ii iernue nnliiinrv. nh.iiiil! inr-
i I k:.. iiinl mmii'llatienus, 1171,710.
ai hank nr'.n ietleil for redemption,
- .isiemeiit of the United Statu
' l ir May I lin:
t.KNKHAL KU.ND.
17.3S3.H
3S 239 f'.iO
S7.S3.r.7
10.11I..,,3.1
t.MD.IM
1.M.702
S7,7u,a;o
iial(
.ie. tinte
if. Us on bank.
I1 note"
mi Mili.tttiary .ili-r anil
tnrr ,
I inks
'anil III
Treumuy ami
:mm 970
1C 7HI.I70
Cl.CO.417
::7.i3: r.r
n: m 7 no
M r.fAtll
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n cvo.oiii;
"i nl l aliillllf. . .
' r v n Treasury nnd liatili.
' e i" it y Hs.t'l. (itell .
" . hi tciii-i ill liiinl
IIC-KIIVK rUNII.
' " n mi'l tiiil'lnti ,,, 1151 ow.oiv,
rituvr ni.Mi
'i t oiiMantllnif eerlltli-ates,.tl,u: 4M,M
- ' i 't.J l auli ii ..Hii in Treusury I.K.i.HM.'.il
SUB-TREASURY STATEMENT.
HON' PAT.
i, Ten, n in l.atiks, :.4!7,0
i. M.b !.. in 3,UM,0liu
(cash demand. Interior lecclpts wero light
anu shipments were smaller.
Oats closed to ,c. higher, malnty
In sympathy with tho ntrength In corn.
Itecclpts were light and cash demand was
fair.
Iroomsriirs foreign crop summary' said:
"United Kingdom The weather is mild,
with showers, which are beneficial.
"Prance- Continued complaints are re
ceived from the north, northeast and
centre, but generally th favorable out
look Is maintained : oats and forage crops
need rain : native offers are very small
and the quality poor.
"Oermany Ilotli winter and spring
crops need rain; native supplies are abnor
mally small : Indications point to the
fact that there has been overshlpment.
and Importations will be larger then ex
pected. "Russia Kxtreme southwest droughty,
elsewhere mostly favorable; some ports
show larger arrivals, while others very
small ; there Is no pressure of offers and
holders tire firm.
"Humnnla Itecent rain was Insufficient,
but crops lire In a good condition, sup
plies of native wheat are moderate and
corn larger.
"Hungary The crop outlook Is unsatis
factory. "Italy Some districts In tho south nnd
Islands report drought ; otherwise the out
look Is favorable.
"Spain ftaln Is reported In parts, but
more Is wunwd.
"India Holders of wheat nre ery
firm, but fair sales urn being made at the
advnnre."
ltosroM, May C.-vTrodlng on the local
exchange here continued moderately ac
tive, with a steady tone. Among the cop
pers Dutte and Superior weakened IM to
38 U. Calumet and Arizona, Cranby and
Greene Cananea each lost a point. United
States Smelting advanced to 35 U. up .
nnd Winona gained to 314. In the In
dustrial list a sale of American Sugar
preferred was. recorded at 113H. tip IV.
Massachuscts Electric receded U to 10,
whllo Massachusetts Oas gained a like
amount to 88. United Shoo advanced to
07"m, up IVi, and United States Smelting
preferred to 40";, up Maine Central,
on light trading, lost 2 points to 96.
Tho summary:
BONDS.
Open- Hiih- Low- Clou.
Sales Inr. est. est. Inc.
I.'4ie) Am TAT col 4..... Mi. MH
rvwo C II A, O 11 4. H. il Ml !7
fc Ch Jn Ay f... . . 10". looi loot, joon
iii . t. i ik t r. iiiu.. nu im7. unit n7
2r. i K (' tun. .. Hi sr,
Iimo N K Cot Ysrn f... w M
I'M) I'n Fruit 44. US.. im H
MISCELLVNKOUS.
6 A A riiem Mi,
12S A A Chem pf 4 4
ja Am i-neu :u pi... n'i m1
S",
to
ii Am Surar.
S) Am Suirar pf.,.,
24.1 Am Tel Tel ..
...10:4 10-4
n:
. .i:.'4
OS
11:4
14
1.
102
112
IS Am Woolen nf.
Ji AI O 4 W I B S pf 144
T-. IIO'I & Or PI .... 37
31 K llo.t l.atiil Co.... ll'i
I: IMisoti Hire 219
62 Oen Klec 147
IM Moss Kl Co 10
f Mas. (! Co. :4
IM Mercemhaler 21(1,
1.-. Swift Co 10T.S
7. Pullman 1114
fit Torrliitlon 294
fulled Fruit. . . .15
Ml I'll Shoe Much
1 t'n Shoe Mach pf . 21.
IJ S Meel IJV
50 It S Meel pf 10l ID,
C-19 Ureene-Can 314 3'
Ml NINO STOCKS.
1224 1!
14
s:
12
:i
117
10
204
119
CO
(34
4
isi
1024
1134
1224
7.4
144
3t,
12
:ii
147
14
14',
J4
114
249
1444
10
74
2I4U 214U
1054 1. 14
UI4 1114 1(14
r94 734
tt;
:.
(94
104
4
US
(.94
10
31 'i
Ssles. ...
1 Allisneo in.
1 llalitwln
2 t.'ani Iron
1W Cambria Sleel
to flies Ohio
47 Hleo Btnr Il.il.....
b (ien A.phalt pf...
13 Ins Co of A...
2ti0 Ititernoro nr.
10 Key.tons Tel .
410 I,ase Buperio
lis) Lettish Nav
120 I-hieh Nav t c
M Ih Valley
100 l.eh Vl Trail pf
100 Missouri I'ae.. ..
1 North Central ...
(23 l'eniu)lvanla ...
t.4 l'enn Salt
15 1'enn Meel pf
Yt I'hlla Co
10 I'hlla Co pf Him.
is:. I'hlla Klei'
tn I'hlla True
2i V H T
..) I' II T t c
sou lleaillnr
1S1 Timopah
Toiiniiuli nd . .,
ii: I'll Traillmi
11.6 11 C. I
37 It S Mfi l
t West in Coal
75 yoru uy pi.
Inc. ct. e.t. inr
17 17 i: n
4S
4 4 42 4'.'
il th, 4'4 4"
ti r.i M ci
i.'.; c:4 r,2'. t:4
?: :: ::
22 224 27 t'2
.5:S 4 e:s 2S
.. 10, 10 10 los.
.. 194 194 14 4
.. 7 7 7 71
.. 7k. :S t :
,. 70 "0 f.94 W,
.. 30; 31 Ji". 31H
.. IDS 204 1'OS SOS
..K'04 1W4 1JV4 120'.
. M H 16 .'. V, 914
..1021. 1024 1021, 1021.
,, IVI CO (!. !.
, 394 40 394 40
, 43 41 43 43
. 4 M' SSfi S
,., V) SO M M
.. 144 H'i 1S l'"(
.. 14, 144 144 14
,.,k2 7-ld S2S 12 7. lit K24
...f, 7-ls C-T-10 H 7-ltl
...7 6 W :i 7 3 In 7 I-ll
.. 42 42 424 '-"
rVifl Am fl A I! I'.
PSW llhlll'VIll ti,
2IH0 K & 1' 4
pus) Ko (la.
10K1 lilt Mate 4.
101iH Kevsti.tie (.
r V,u tm (..
IMl lah Vlil 44 (Ml.
JiiiiO I. ri C Ine
2i0 I'hlla Wee
IW10 I'hlla Klee 4h .,,
li.io 1 W II T C Ii .
;i,m Ileailinz II M Is.
lmo V II I "! f.s
.. . M4
C0,
... . 324
HON!)
-,4
.I'll',
.. 1.14
..10fi'
.. r.tj
.. !1'
. 91
.. 91'i
:o
1.0
fii'i
324
r,t,
1014
hi 4
ltf.'i
Mit,
OPi
91
(Hi 4
:o
324
f.3
U'i
1,0',
S4 (.".I
KH4 1H4
I4 .14
WV, I nr. 1,
s4 (.44
HI4 lilt;
91 111
!'V I'lt.
70 70
.1014 lull, 1014 1014
HI M 0 il
. 974 974 ("74 074
. tr. 9 . 'i i 11
. (24 i.'s i-4 1-4
1 1 1111 il l) . trail.
"I -.( 1 I Kill A V ,AMT
T a 'iry in hanks
k tu Hub Treasury
11 hnks
Ini l. aamr iivrl'nl lira
vetk ,,,,
ir,4,o(io
t 21,'lno
ti. o.l mi')
""itOMOO
9,404,000
8T0CKS STRANGELY VANISH.
Ilrnki-r Irvltl Iti'liorls Los 1111 Theft
if I,!t7.'t Nhiires.
Itli'liaril Irvln of Hie Ilrni of lllcliiird
Irvltl A i'n., 60 llni.id street, has reporled
the 1om of t,:i73 shares of assorted stuck.
Amirdlug Id Hie iiiimuinrr ment the err
11 Ot-ii t i-M dliipie.irrd between November
17 lust and May 4, but the loss was not
iiiiule piilillo until yeslcrduy. Mr, Irvln
lefiiki'd to give the details of how the
sii'iirltles disappeared, but tint announce
ment said Hint they were lost or stolen,
Then' liro I. Out) slrues of rredllerla
Mining t'oiiip.iiiy. broken up I tit it loo shaie
lots, III til" 1 1141 tt.) nf Nicholas lleljiiiiin,
and 130 shines nf Nllrn I'owiler Pninpuiiy
slock In Hie mime of lllehnid Irvln, 'I'h.'
lest Is stock of tho Adamite Abrasive
Company In the names of Itlrlmrd Irvln,
V,. V. Hnlder and M. A. Snider.
Oiien- Huh Itw- Cli'.
Inc. r.i et. In-
. 93', 91 93', MS
.. Ml, M'i '.4 C,
. il'. K', I4 M',
. f.-,, mi, r.M, mi,
. 1V.4 f.t ff.l, wi,
,. C4 fi, -''
.. S7V, 37 74 S74
. 374 374 874 374
.. J.-.', S.".. ''4 3i'
wheat prices were:
Open- Well- ixi- Clos
IllC e.t. et. ins.
1"2
.. 914 Wl, 9li !U
. t2. 924 K'l 924
Wheat :
May
July
Septenilier. ..
corn:
May
July
bepieiiiuer
Oats:
May
July
Seplemtier. ...
New York
May
July
fentemner.
Other wheat markets weie:
Open- lllih- Lim
ine
S9S
lt.
ilos'
in 4
i:s
(Ot,
371.
374
l low
10:4
M4
Mlnneaooll.:
May
July
Dilllll 11:
May
Julv
Winnipeg:
May
July
92i
92',
924
93'.
est.
!W4
92'i
M'.
94
el
94
M.
92.
924
934
Cln. Prev
In. lloe
94
'J.
9.1,
l'2,
92
934
k9'.
91
921.
9H.
9a',
V Ahmeek
27") Alaska Cold. .
lv: Attialramaled . .
iw Am Zinc
C Altamtnl.i
2i Arifotm Com
U" Mutte llalak
(713 llutte & Mill
2" (i',i & Arirotia.
I C.ll & llrrla. .
0 ' tit r 11 tii.it . .
f Chluo . . .
:. Copper Itanse..
17'. Kat Untie
431 KrsliUlIn .. .
J"' (iraitl.y
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44
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270
27
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334
44
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Exempt from Income Tax
$1,155,000
City of Oakland Cal.
Municipal Improvement 4& Bonds
Dated August tit,- 1913 Due Serially August lit, I914-1D4S
Coupon Bonds with full privilege of regtitration. Denomination, $1,000
Principal and aemi-annual Interest February lit and August lit, pajrabU
t the City Treaaurer'a office, or the National City Bank, New Yorh Ctty.
Financial Statamant
Total Asm sod Valuation 1913-14 M $1S3,84S,660.M
Total Funded Debt, including thla biu S,U7,8173a
Population 1910 154,000
Legal inveitment for Savings Banks and Trust Fund in New York, Masuchti'
sett and Connecticut. Acceptable at security for Postal Savings deposits.
The population of Oakland increased, 1900 to 1910, at a rate almost 'sii timet
that of the entire United State
To Yield 4.40 Basil
Descriptive Circular on Request
N. W. Halsey & Co.
49 Wall Street, New York
O. taa.
Philadelphia
1431 Cbeitsat Be.
Baltimore
Unusf Building
Chicago
la Ban 4 adtaa I
San Pranctae
414 Cfelttnai tv
TO THE HOLDERS OF
COLLATERAL TRUST FOUR PER CENT. GOLD BONDS OF 2002
OF
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific R. R. Co
The RAllrrwd Cnmpnnr fcMlnc made default In the rvment of the InterrM due May 1, 1914. en
the bove bond... It 1. Imperative thnt bondholder, clioutd Immediately unite fnr the rroteetlon ot
their Interests, nondhnlder who have not already done no "hotjlil depixlt their bond, at once with
the Depositary. 4T.XTRAL Tltt'Sr fOMl'AXY (IF M.w ltlltK. at It. nfllce, .No W Wall Street
or at It. branch office. MadUon Avenue nnd 43nd Btrett. New nii City, under the agreement daled
February 5. 1011. Cople. of aald arteemrnt may be obtained from Ihe IVpoiltary or from th
Secretary of the Committee, lionils In coupon form miut be aceoniianll by the coupun maturlni
fay 1, 1014. Honda In rrclxcrrd form and registered imipon l.otidn niu.t be arcompanlcil by Iran.
fen executed by the reil.trreit owner or hl auornrydtily authorlrnt I crtlurtr of Uepoll wit.
be l.iued by the I)epoltary for all bonds deponnl, and In due course applkatluu will be made for
Ustlnt .urh rrrtlficatri of deposit nn the Sew York Murk Kxrhante.
The protective agreement permit, the deposit Ihrreunder of such of the mork of TI1K CHICAGO.
ROCK ISLAND A PACIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY as 1. not plwltreil under the trtut atreemenl
ecurtnr the Collateral Trust llcnds, nnd holders of uikl stock are requested to depo.lt the sama or
to communicate with the Committee.
Any bondholder desiring further Information may apply to the member, of the Committee of
to II. secretary.
DATED NLW YORK, May 1. 1014.
JOUNE. LA It KIN A ItATltllONE ,J4tllS I 11419 N',
C1JAVATU A HKNDKIINON, 111 ItNAlIll l. Illtltll.
Counsel. llt.Mtl i:A
C. E. SICLTR. Sectetnry, I Itl lll ltlt K SIRAl'HS.
4 Walt Street. .New York City. J. N. YIAl.LAti:. 4 halrniaa.
lommlltee.
ELECTIONS AND MEETINGS.
i"0 Ilanroi'k 14
Tn Iiiillan.i 4
110 1 Crick Coal 141,
Me Unyale IS
:m Kerr Lake 4 S IC
loo Kew-eenuw IV
:T. Lake (!', f.',
4in ii. Con. 4S 4.
t". Net tula Con- .... 1S, 11.
Jii New Arcu.llan fi
1 ". NiniMiiif ci. Hi:
kv North tintie r sei
iivi North Lake l i
10 Old Dominion 4;iJ 4:14
l't l'ond Creek Coal... 17 1T
nr. Hay Con. lit; 5t
?( M Mar). M I. S.v S.TU
S011II1 flnh 10 .16
r-i M111 s iiiiiion 1 1
in "tipertor :', :',
1.', Taniar.i- k .1. t
15.V, f S Hinellllia- . . .11 Kl,
l'J4 I ! Sttleltlllf p .. 4.i 4-.V,
HI Tt.lh Coll I'll, 111,
:. Viona : ;
l.V, Wlllim.l 31, Vm
:il Wolverine 4t II
RAILROAD STOCKS
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H lliwtiiti Albany..
lln.tnn Klevnleil .
l llnnton A Txiwrll..
M Ho. 1011 Ar Maine..
?! Ureal Nr rl. . ..
(.i Value Central.. .
S"l New Haven
'A Vntnn Pacific . ..
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MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS.
Coffee 4'lnaea ft to I - Point. I.imer
Sniiar I. Ulruuurr,
The eolTi-.' inniK't . I. .- il t i 1; po'ntM
lower yesterday, lo.intr irnctl.-.illy all "C
Tn the Holder nf
I Ir.t MnrUa.e A (intd Bonds of the
lllK'hV .MItl'.NTAIN 4)l. A IRON CO,
Dm .Mar 1. in.il.
vrm it Tru.'r, un-ler the mort
i-ferr.l to. .Ien re tin.ler nil
I niTifiin. t . evpend the .utii i may proper. y
1 1
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The International
Nickel Company
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING
Notice In hereby alien that the Annual
Meetlnc of the Htockholder of The Inter
national Nieki t.'ompany win ! nein at tna
principal oini' or ine 1 ompany, ai v.;onRt.Dia
llook. Jlayonne, New Jersey, on Tuesday. th
2nd day of June. 1914. at eleven o'clock In
the forenoon, for the purpose of electing
five directors tn hold ottlre fur three ears
and fur the tramim-Uon of such other bu.l-
n an may come before the meeting, In
cluding cnn.tderlne Mnd vntln; upon th.
approval and ratlllcatlon of all contracts,
act. and prucerdlne. of the Hoard of Dl
rectors and of the lliecutlve Committee of
this Company since June 3rd. tills, an set
forth In the minutes of the Hoard of Dl
rectors and of .il.l Committee, ivhlcli will
be open to examination by stockholders of
record dorlnK business hours, at the New
York Cltv office of the Company, 43 III
chance Place.
The stock transfer book, will be closed
at the 1 loie of buflnesn on Thursday, the
14th day of May, 1914, and will l.e reopened
at 10 o'clock In the morning of Wednesday,
June In, mt.
lly order of the Hoard ot Directors,
JAMES I,. ASHLEY. Secretary.
Hayonne, New Jersey, April 14th, 1911.
si salon. TrudltiK " an In light
total galen amounting tn 14,:50 li.iK',.
Huylnu power wna feeble, wlilcli was ut
trlbuted to dlsappolntiliB Kurnpean cables
ami a decline In the Santos futuies mar
ket. The, Havre market opened t franc
lower and closed nni'liaiiFed to 4 franc
lower. IlambtirR Htarteil unchiingeil iiinl
finished i pfg. Inner. Km No. 7 waa Ti
rels higher lit 41!i0n. At Santo.. No. 1
was 50 rels higher nt 5K.0O. whllo No. 7
thero wa nlso r.O rela lilKlier at 45'JUO.
Hlo nnd Santos reeelpta were 23,000 Ihrs
fur two las, uKaltiHt 1 ii.ooo fur thie
ilny last e,ir. Sao I'.mlo had 10.(100
i.iri, aKalnst 7,U(M. utnl Jtindiahy had
11.000, iiK.'ilnst S.000.
Prices were :
Open
inc..
if K Kb'.. 'I'tm.u iml m lllln.lreil and Two
the (tround Just befuro the emllUK of the , h 1B f ,,,' ul ,,till i,Up. "pro.
volume. I 1 1 ! I sii .1 pur' ti.tse 1 an. In its t,pla,un, be
no. 111 11 . 1 1 .1 . uniaaenus v
reai,.,! rt-"s or subi Imn.ls may lie sent
tn the oW i nl the undersigned at 40 Uroad-
TO THE STOCKHOLDERS or
THEDEI-.1VAHEAMI III IIMON COMPANY
Nutlcii 1. litreby Klieu Dial U11 ANMJAL
MULll.Sa o( tho htovkholdets ot TUB
LltLAWAUt: AND IIUDUN COMPANY will
be held at th. office of the Compiny. No. II
Nassau Htreel. In the Horouah ot Manhattan.
City of New York, on TUb-SDAY. MAY 11.
1914. at twelve ociovk noon, for the .lection
of the Managtrs of the corporation for the
ensuing ye.r nnd for stub other buslneis a.
come ueiors ins meeting
way. Ne.v ork ritv. un ar before the li,th
dni of June. 1914, at 11' On o't lo.. noon
t'OLl.'itlllA KNICKKltlltlVlCIHt TUUMTCO.
mi. es .'ir-Trustee.
Hy (iUOItCi: Il WAIIRIIN. Trust Ottlcer.
t'ated. N..W York, M 4 III, 1914.
The noils will onn at twelve o'clock not
and retiialn open tor at teat one hour
The transfer book of the company will
h. clo.sd from one o'clock P M., on Satur
day, May L', 1914. utiilt the morning af
Wednesday, M.IV 1J. 1914
riy oraer 01 in. tio.ra or .-tian.g.ra
1. .11. oi.vrn
New Torlc. April 1. 1914.
I ANT.
tiecr.tarr.
si,
41
January
IVbruary .
March .
April ... .
May
June
1 July ... .
I Atuul . .
PI 1 Septt mlier
October ..
Novetntier
Denembcr.
Sales.
IllCll-
sl
e.t.
day w celt. ) car.
, ;. : iJi
, 77 7.1 s
, t7 ro :':
, io 317
. 674 4.H 71!
Receipts) nnd exort were:
Wheat. Cm n Oats
Receipls-New York Ml.oon i.iso 3(.(vi
Kxports New York 4.0 (i0
Receiiita-Inli rlor 171 too 4i'0
Kiporl.-Clearaniie i"io,(ino li.omj
("ar lot wheat arrivals nt Northweiitirn
points were:
Yeler- Last Last
Chicago .. ,.
Mintiiapnlls..
Dululh
Wlnnlprg... .
Totals . . .
Caali maik. ta were; Wheat No, 1
Northern .Mlniieaiiollit. 91 Ui . No. 1
Northern nprltiK f. o. h., $1.01 1, ; No. S
red f. o. b 1.0.".Ul No. 2 hard f. o. b.
to arrive, $1,031-,: No. I Manltuli 1 f. o.
It.. $1.02. Corn- Import to uirlvn f. o. Ii..
7fic. ; No. 2 yellow a 1, f 7Si. ; No. 3
yellow, prnnipt c. I. f., 7 ! 1 -j 0. Oat -Nn.
3 white. It'de. : No. 3 while, 43t'.e;
Htund.inlH, 43t(l( iU: Ile No. 2 West
ern 1'. I. f. New York, ilDlii'. Il.ille)
MaltltiK ' I. f. Ilulfalo. tiOe. Klotir
Sprlnp; patentH. $l.ii04i $.'.2.r' ; aiirlnit
elearH. $3fiOf)4; KuitaaH slnilKlils to ar
rive, $t.lOU$4.3.r..
Critll STOCKS, CLOblNO PRICES
Ilul
OM
1JI
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IS
97
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THE STEEL MARKET.
ialvniilsed Mherlai lOnalcr Iteilnc
tlnti In Iron Ore lo IIO (ViiIsj.
Kinder pi Ice for Kiilvanlzi tl Hht els run
HtltntiH the prlmipal featuri' (if the ateel
market at tho moment. Tlieio haa iiImo
lii i il 11 riduetloii In the (iiotiilloilH on Iron
on1 of fin i'i'iiIh per Ion, wlilcli liiluus tlii..!'
piieeH Imi'lt to the level of lull! Mel
elirint Iron produrern will ln-nellt uniHt
under thn pihe ''tilf-
Tlnin Iiiin liecii no Itn'reaae ill either
unlet or lliqllllleH for Hleel. l.'illllpilli'lll
maliiirs are iiumltiK low prlceM In 11 11 nt
tetiipt to keep their plant operallni; at
even line-half of capacity.
Tim Dtillu Iron Trtulti cay; "l.ake Su-
lierliir Iron 01 e. jirleeg have Detn estali
llsheil by leaillnit shipper oil thn IiuhIh
of lltiiMit pri'Millliiir 111 1!H'.', which mentis
a lediielliiii raliKlliK Irom fia to tils e.nlH
a ton und a pioluililii dei'llnn In msshI
cairyliilK rate nf cent.
"Sleel Hllii'l mill Ki t III the central West
coiillniii'" Irieiiiilar wllli Kalnnli'(l prod,
net m'IUiik $1 10 $2 iindei' the minimum.
A Miiuewliat nun I' I'heei fiil loltu Ii re
flected III thn Uaelelll llnlHlied elnel mar
ket sentiment, but tonnage movltii; aru
not Ume."
' .
Hay Stnte ()a
Ito'ientm
ltostiin K!y
Cilaienie
I'hief Cons
(.nn. Artrnna
Diivi. Dtly
First National
(Inlilfleld Cutis
L'l ((no. Colls
M il'.s'te ,
MeMoill Metal.
Nevadi Douul.1......
New llaltlc ,
Ohm
OtiiTO ,
It'iveii
piiiillli Like
I'n Virile Kutcn.lnti
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THE CHICAGO MARKET.
Cllli'Aiio, May Ii. Thero wn very little
rhanirn In the rotidltlon of tills market.
C'lileiiKO Hallway aerie 2 wa acllve, with
the tluctuatlniiH contlned to narrow limit.
Seat wa llrm but dull. Moderatn pre.
Hun- wa noted In 1'eople fla. while other
Ihhiiok rematiied Kteady, Ilouda llrm. Thn
btlillin.lt -:
Kales
W Am Ridi.Uor
ro Am Slilpbuild 1 1 f
10 Chi lly series 1
f.ir, Chi Itv scries ', .
fai Chi Title Ii Tr.
JT. Com Kdlsnti
t ll irt SAM pf .
IX'. Peoples title . ...
4. Ouaker Oats.. ..
1MI sc.irn Itoi Inn k ,
M Mslfl A Co., .
1IONIIS
llioin CHI Rv fs Iisii
pti'ii Com iMisnn r.i.. .mis
kl. Ml I Clllil Is. , Ml
l.i'.i Nor shore Mice f.s
Public Service f..
4"H Pi n lias tel r.s
.'. -n Side Kl 4'-;. .
ri-Ki swift new r... . ,
Open, lltsh. lxiw. C!o
itu. st. est. Inr
li.l V'O 4HO
i . Ml
91 9:1 91
. 3J .'IJV, 3 IS
.21:.' ZI2 si"
.1J4 1341 Isli
.1n.1v lo".; yot,.
K0V, li, lUlJ
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iw.ii ina; lv ii
100s 106, nr.S
4"1
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91
31
51!
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9 19 I
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79
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9 (K)
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Provisions vver Hleady. Cash pi Ices
were; forkMe, $22.!iOi( $23 , family,
$24HT$23 50. IV ef Packet, $1 T.fiOW $U ;
family. $1S.5014$19. Lard ITImn West
em, $10.25; retttted Continent, JlO.t'iO;
South American. $11.30.
CIiIciibo prices wero:
Open- llijh
est.
Pork:
May....
July. .
Lard:
May....
July.. .
Ribs:
May.. .
July ...
Kuru
1114.
Low
ci
19 ST, t'J.W 19 kJ
10 07 M10I 10 07
19 97
II 13
10 97
II. IS
111 If,
11 It)
fin..
Mill
19 . '.
19 v,
9 9.'.
10 10
10 ft
II. Ill
Prce
close
19 W
19 S .' I
9 9!
10O7
in M I
II 10
Cl.i; Dl. VMl. CIN4 INN'ATI. CIIICAOO i
T. I.OI l RAILW Y 4 O.
SI. LoiiN Dill-Inn l'ir-t 4 ulliilrrnl Trust 1
MortuaKe Itoti'l.. 1
Th Central Tiust iomi.i -iv nf New York, I
Tru'te-. K..i.s n.tue thai .n a. or inc ultli
a irt.iln In l-tiliir" ma.l- I y tha ubove Hull
ivuy t'.fip iny. ilii'e,! S',. . -ntier 1. 190, 111
l' lit ri... e stiel pr ir""' lis to sell the
ji.nvi . - -it.M 'M.ii.t. .t . rite not to -
ceivl one hundred and 111 e pr centum (1U5
and an rue.l intenst. th" ".til uner not to
iiinscnio in .re than tho atn .int of Thirteen
Thousmil I'lve Hundred Nlnet thres Dollar,
mil SU-v. three Cent. 1 1 13 .',9: 3l The
sealed pri.pnsals iIU la opened at the nfllce
of ibe I'cntral Trust company of New York.
New York city, ut twelve o'clock noun on
May 1 1, lull.
C1SN I'll A l, TIIPST COMPANY OP NP.W
VnltK. T'u:ee.
Hy 1: K II Vti:. Ice-President.
New York. My 4. 1914.
HISCONUN CENTHA1. RAILWAY COM
PANY. Mar.lilh Id nnd siiiitliciitern Division.
Propi.siis Hill be rebelled by the under
signed until June 1st. 1914. fur tha sal lo
I lie iinii'TslKiie I for ii.'.-iiunt of the linking
Pun. I 1 re ! I liv the Marsliiluld and .-uuth
n.l rn DUlslnn Pur. base Money Plret
MoriKise of tti Wlscunslii Central Ilallunv
CoinpiiK. .luted May 1st. 1901, of bonds
ssi'i,.. l.v 1.111 1 itiortgai! to an amount
suit'.. :. n. ta eNliaus: the sum uf IC, 521.1,
In- I Mm' 1st I H4
fN.t'11'.ll I'VTI.S ' llt'ST COMPANY OT
V l.U YORK Tt istee I
11) V ll.l I WI-. 'N PKI.I.. I
, i ' ..11; Se, reurv 1
'llin runners' Loan nnd Trust
('(iiiipaii.v.
in IN, ao and 3il Mllllam Mreet.
Nrn lork 4 Hi.
Hie Annual l loctinn for Dlrrrtuia nf The
Partners' Ixwn and Trust ( ompani will I held
at the office of the t 11111 pntiv on Tiii'Mlaj. June
nth. HM4 Pull-, w 111 Isi open from 1: o'clock
noou to 1- o'clock P. M
Allll'MI S . Ili:i:i,l. Secretary.
t'ONMII.IDATED COI'I'EltMINES COM
PANY. notici: is ii;iu;nv oivkn that th.
Annual Meetlnc of the Hto. klmlder- of C011
aulldated Coppermlnes Company vlil be held
nt the office of th- Cottipanv. at Itonni 1J09,
No. 71 Hriia.lv. n . New ork ClO.Neiv York,
on Tuesday. June und. 1914 ut IJ o'clock
noon, for th elm Hon of three dlrs.-tnr. for
the term of threi- y.'srs, and for the mm.
n. tlon of such other business as may prop
erlv ionii before th tuee'ln;
New York ( It . May 1.1I1. 191 1
I'llAIlLLS I" SMITH, Secretary
BUSINESS TROUBLES.
JOHN HANSON KHSNAHD of STd
ay. r irincriy presiiient or tin-
Hrosd.
Coupler
riiu HURar market ehoweil ecu-
eral alrensth .veaterday, particular!)
raws, which wen- In khh1 demand nn lli.i
liasla of 3.07c. TakltiK bv lelltier weio
estimated ut 100.000 to 150.000 Ii.ik. tho
American nnd I'oiler.il companR lielm:
th larnest purrhani'rH. At tho rloso of
the market 110 raw were offered loner
than 3,10 to 3. Ho. Kin Rrautllated was
tlnnly held nt 3.aSe., except by tho Ar
bucklu c;oinp.iiiy, which tlll (tioteil 3 Sac
Cuban receipts for tint week were 111,
000 ton, ncniiist thn nunc amount In tho
preeeilinic week.
CONSOLIDATED EXCHANGE.
, 9r;
9-"S
,111,
9M-,
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9k 9Sli
PUS 11IS
91
I111IS
P4V-,
i;
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inc.
941,
U6,
Xllsaourl racllle txise In tho early trad
InB on tho Ooiiwilldated Stock llcliat'e,
touching a hlult price of 214, .train"! a
New York Hlivk i:clianiro liluli of 21 1;,
siii later lirruklnir to 1974, aK.iltiKt a low of
IS;, i 20 on thn other txnird, nnd then tallying
'"'"iback tn 2011 at tho closn. Iw tiiinovur
nmouilted to 3,430 than', with the ootn
nttHstun hotiHo idd I01 business In tt ac
tive. Sale of all titiKiUw for tho day totalled
32.7S0 )taies.
Of Headline 1 0.f.20 ehari's were dealt In.
That stuck did not ihuiik'n lunula iilmin
li'iuVi on the ( otisollilntcil. iiKiiliiHt a IiIkIi
of lfiaTi 011 tne mow lorn miock i;x
chanKOi Hteol fold to thn ninoillit of 7,320 MiureH.
It did not net nbovo CO on tho i'oiimoII
duted, iik'iilnst lilHi oil thn oilier board.
The third tnot uotlvo Hlocl; wiih I'nlon
l'aclllu with S.RilO dhaiea as It total.
Amalgamated Copper failed to clmnirn
band nbovo 73; on tho !oneolldali.il,
liKalnat 73 Vi on thn other exeliaitKe, whllo
I'aciik'H niKii wa r.M
US
10 Ik,
k.H,
97;
ll.l'.
941
tei
MISSOURI PACIFIC PLAN LAGS.
Itlreetnra .tleet, but fin Word Come
From Hunkers.
The rtlrrctnrH of the Missouri Puclfln
held 11 nieetliiK yesturday aflernooti, but
adjourned without tnkint; nny action on
th,. niinncilii; nf I2a.000.000 nntrs. wlilnh
r . 1 1 ,1,,,. .,11 Inn,. 1. It Im M I In I ,, ('aliaillllll
to the thuii of adjiiuriiiiioiit mi tttateinent ' iiKalnat 1!iS, "H'l HI. I'.hiI'h IiIkIi utt,
hud I" en received from Kiihn, l.tich ft , iikraiiii w7s
Co. ii'Kinlltiie on what terms they Mould
iiliilritako tint lluani'liiif of tho Nysteiu'
iiiuturitloi.
Another menlliiK prnb.ibly will lis
railed "ton as word It received from
thn bankers.
Northern I'acllla wn exceptionally
weak for a time, but rallied later In
tertiorouith preferred wa eceilliuially
alroinc. Tho lowest at which It sold mi
the fonnolldateil -was Ii2, lurainst 62!,
on th New York Htock Kxchnnc-
(ar ( "nipiny manufui Hirer of appliance,
for ninom.iblli's. hits tiled a petition In
bankrupt, y. itlth llahlililc. Ill Ids and
assets louslstlnir of silaiy due from the
c .inp.itiv. J9.713 of na value. 4k0 shir.
if s., Ii and el bonds of the imiilui 1
.l...i,l n.i.l nt i.n IhIiia ru.li ,.ii likii.i 4
frr u'!illi ti I liilllis ,t fill nt bill ati.l oil
ti.titli 'ii'erit 111 II pl.ltltilM.il of k" tt.r r
r l!Hil'-..n cnunty. Mississippi, tl"0 ,
MAX S.'ll.OMO.V -A petitiui bus b. "-ll (llfil
nRilust M- S .lomoii. 1'it.ln'r In utiollrns ai I
CI llroailu .1 It lias .iintre.1 inn ne
nirtd. ni ussunmcnt in Anili.-ny C Hrcw
1. .M i l s si. s',1.1 to b. ii t'.io
JOSKI'lt IIH1SRMAN brnlnrnl :99 Ilroid
M.iy, has tiled a p'tltlon tilth liabilities
II t'4'l and l o ns.ets.
Ol'.OIHli: STAH1N COW1.HM nf 4 Celtv
Siiiuiri. V-nikers. his Hied n P'lllluii, with
llalnilil. s nr. it,, und no n.s.ts. Tin' debts
fi r.i fur limit. er nnd hnuks trim
Hiscliiirnrs In Haiikruptrj,
ri(ni:i. HRcS - .luilce Hind his itra-it.l
u .1 .,'harRi from li.ilikruptcy to IV-liel
ilr i- .li,.ili in iniifi. tiircrs of 3. l'.ist
TueiftU sires'. fbrlr ItubllltlfS Hers'
J 19 779.
I : ii ml mi t Ion Ordered.
JOHN A AMiHIt Ju liP' Miycr has slirnd
an order for ili ek.inilnitlon of Mm M
Hart, a not" hrok.r. HtTi'iaii l.,kan,
John A Anser nnd John A Atncr. Jr. In
tint t'ltikruptej proceedlnKJ sxalnet John
A Mn." r. president of the Aturcr Htklna:
t'linipiuy of SSil ( 1 re-i.i led stteet, before
Alex inder tlllibrlsi, Jr. as special master.
A inntlo'i u ii s also aruited to restrain the
follow k "ills tiroiiitht iiftshist Mr An;er
In Hie lb.nl, of Huflilo f ir 19.107. Yotk-
lilt- ll.inli II IM. S'llt Hprliits Nntlniuil
Hsiili . I ir f 1.1 Sid. uud .Sirlu lllr.di
A Co . I i.' f r one vear
Receiver Aipolnleil,
THOMAS WIIITTAKr.il. 1 N't' -.ludlte
IJ in. Ii.i i .1 of lbs Supreme Court hua ap
pointed ll'.'luid Milloiy receiver for
Thmiias W'btllakir, Inc. publisher of re.
Iliti ni s bonk, nl ; tllble llouss, u pro.
te. illna-s for the voluntary dUtoluiinn nf
the cnrfinriilt'in boituht by the dlteiiors.
l.tibilltles aru 121.9011 and assets 113.200
Tli business was started thirty-seven
150,000
AssliEtinieuts l'lletl.
ISAAC FIMON b abir In ilelleateiatn and
1 rn, . rles nl ?.' Vlllklerilatll aienue us
in ,n ..silutiiiieut In 1 Scbafran.
It I p. iiit'CIt HOW COMPANY, INI' Im
p. i . ml Umi r In Kotvuit at 731 Promt
un Iiiih ma in aii iislviiiiii.it to Hurry
Oiteiiiiiti The business nas started 111
St lei Hier. 191H, nnd Ibis ciitniiatiy Iris
i urn d It on since Duccinbir 31, 1913. with
en lil I a I stock I. 000. Italia K. Cuuper I.
the president and trea.urer,
IIO'I I'.L sKt'fltlTII'.S COMI'INY.
Tile Annual Miellnit nf the f-lo, kliold"r.
of the Hotel rie.urltles Ciuiipany for th.
election of Dtrec.ots for the ensuing vesr
and for the transaction of rurh other btift
ne.s a. niay come berurs the nie.tlnr tvli: h.
held it the nt'ke of Olney A: Coins'.uek. No.
is wpMaui btreet, Ho.-oiikIi of Manhattan,
cltv of New York, on May ti. 1914. at 4
P M
Date I New Y. rk. April '3. 1911
J KPHIIRY KANi:, Secretary
Nei- York. April .'1. 1914
Tiin N'tAl, mhiitino hp thi: s'kick.
HOl.DKRS OK Till". Ni:V lOUK Ml THAI,
(IAS LlllllT COMI't.NV for the election of
Directors lor the ensuing jear Mill He held at
the office of the Company. No 34 Pnlon
Square, on Tuisdiiv. the Itth day of May.
ttji. at noon Transfer books clo.s at t
P M. on the :9th day of April. 1911, ant re
open ot 19 A M on the lath day of May.
1914 C.P.O W PARKMlt'ltST feereMiy
DMIIIP.Mls AMI INIKItl.sl,
KINCS Cot N'I Y IX 1(1 IllC i.n.iir t
I'llll Kit ( OMI'ANV.
ItroiikUll, . 1.
17TH CONSUCClIVi; DIYIDHN'O
m .v ini
I'.ie Hcaid of Dlrfe'ors lit a niel.nt! Iie't
Ma) 4 l.'ll, ue .s e, I a .ti.r iuitterlv
dlibl tid of . per cent mi the tapltal stu. k
of tl.e ('ompiini. iia!ile on June 1. 1914,
to s'ucl'hoiders of lecord at 3 P M . Mai Jl.
19t4 Cliei.ks for tb utiov dividend nlil h.
mailed. P, H. ATKINciON. Treasurer
The lloird of Dlreitnr. of The Ani-rlean
Coitou Oli Company on Mai ' 1914. oerlarsd
a semi ain.ual dn nleii-l of Hues pe- ten.
upon 'lie Pi. 'ferret sto.-k of ttie I'.i-nanv,
pat. lb' June 1. 1914. at the P.a'ikl'iii II .use
of Wlualott. Lunlei .t I'n, 09 cedai Sir.'"'
New York CHy Tho Slock Transfer Hooks
of Ibe Company ttl.l be i l0"e. on Mai ti.
1914, at :i P M and will remain . lose i unit)
Julie 2, It'll, at H A M
Jl'STl H i: RAI.ril, ft. rotary
CO.
tear ni,ii and si us Incorporated on May 31,
r.i'17, ti Itn capn .1 hiocii
AM FIIK'AN (IRAriHII'HON II
I'rererreit iiiiniemi ,vn, in.
A dltldeml i, So HI of mi" and Hires,
quarters iis.11 per lent has teen de. arl
upon tha Prtfeirel inpta. si k tns
Aiuerb atl llraplmi.1i ...e i ipa . p.-abl
May I th. 1914 I" ' k'l . le 1 r r II I at
the 1, -, of 1 a . Mi- '
I'" ""f'p'wAIIII I' I V-'TOV Prel I
il- of
-I
MORTGAGE MEN TO MEET HERE.
Will I'liriu AaanrlHlloii of Concern
IIchIIiik In I 'at nn l.nitni,
Pelc.ite.s icpreaciitiiiB tlrniH, corpnru
tlniis and niianeial Institutions In all pirti
of the country enmwed In ileaPru t f.iim
HiortltaKes will hold a two d i tiicetln'r .it
tbi- lintel Astir beklllb' ' to-li, if i w
Thev will f"r ' an ore . . i ' it I ill
tli vuilmbb it'll till lb" lauii .Mo't
b'tiKo lliinliirs A-' illation of nu
Invitations hate been aor,' to about 200
of tho 000 to l.buo farm mortK.u;" deate
of thn United States. About "t cnty-rtv
deleeates aro expei-toj

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