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THE SUN, THURSDAY, JUNE- 24, 1915. 11 I U fl COTTON DP DESPITE FINE CROP REPORTS Ovnx'l'l Coiiilifion of Market l hie I" 1'iiHor in I ho !2-::oi!t'.v. nanKKiKs ox .itly DIVIDENDS RAISED BY TWO RAILROADS TRADE'NEEDS SHOWN Poiins.vlvnnla Co. And Miclii pin Cen,rl Announce Increases. pni' rvli.h Inl it rnnirivli.it oversold . . ii iBtM-.iij .mil after Khciwltijt ' , steadi iimlcrlniii IhrmtKliout most of I hp ,f, .in iiir i. iirlift closed H nn at n, f, I a. 'I. i i f I t' ' point. TIiIh.I t V.ii - was 'ill 'be morn liiiiirexslvo n vifiv ' the fact Hint the weekly j weather icpon won litviirtiiiic. i ne l,ureti 'lull'1' ,n'lt ",c week hail been Mrm. 'h ufTlcIont moisture nnd that the crop turn- I" Rood romlltlon nml ..it ctilttwitcd In nearly all tllMrlctn. The only 'citloii woro Mow growth i n Ok'.ts . tin:. with Rrattsy Acldit locally' nd activity in ""'I weevil in Alabama, Mississippi a"'1 Texas. A good ileal "f attention watt uttrficted In cotton dplo yesterday by a ntnte merit attribute 1 to John II. McFiul Jen In regard to the proposed American note to Ureal Kr tain protestlnc fiK.iltist tho tslture of Atnerlcan cotton cargoes. Mr. McF.ulJen took the view that tho rtrltlsh ilovernment was exercls-ln Its rlRht.i In holiUnK up cotton sdtlpmonts from this country where It was believed the ulti mate destination of tho cnrRoes was J Germany At the mme time, however, there Is a frellnjr that some pretty stronc repre- ' fcntntlons will be mnde by the State pepirtment to (Jreat Ilrltnln In the pro- i test against these seizure-", particularly ' 11 cotton has not yet ,been placed on I the llt of absolute or conditional con- I traband. These seizures have been made , en the high seas and no blockade of j refilled port has been declared or , maintained. The whole situation Is pc. cullar, although It cannot be said to be wTthout precedent in international law. Moreover. It Is believed that the prcs itire, from the South will be so pro nounced upon the Washington Adminis tration that earnest efforts will be made . ..Main frtnrnMtnns from lre.t Ttrlt- iln. If there should be any relaxation I of the blockade there Is no doubt that , the development would be hailed as ex-i trcnely bullish by the cotton trade. Present Indications point to rather I mull deliveries on July contracts. This s not the expectation two or threo . months aH'. but the decline In prices torstrter with the dltllcultles nttendlnc delivery on contracts promises to re- , strict July tenders. About 47,000 bales we delivered on May contracts nnd of tills total approximately 13.000 bales I were Involved In disputes which were referred to Washington. These disputes tere handled by the office of markets T.th surprising despatch, and reports ere promptly made except In such rases where errors on the part of those nakinfT the tenders or disputing the, er.ders delayed tho departmental de rision. The market promises to show a fnlr lisree of steadiness ns tho next "u em d)" approaches. The report will H riven out July 1, nnd will estimate the crop as well as a condition of tho TOP .is of date June 25. Futures closed firm. Open. High-Low- Cloe Prev. intf est est. In. clone. Jah a 3i 9 39 9i 3twr sin" KtTi't fl" .Mfft.SS ti;'J 91) Oelober 9.75 9 79 9 71 9.79ft 9.V) 9.7S Des-mtur 1002 iom m io.or,too looin 10.02 Jinurr w w H ioi io.iifri4.it loesmoOT Mirch, ij W36 io. ionno.j losowojj XU .. .. W 692 10.61 105391064 "Bid Spot cotton nt New York was rjulet, I points advance. Middling, 9.60c. Southern spot markets were He. higher :o 13 points lower, with New Orleans It, (JaUeston 3.15c. Savannah 9a, Houston 9.0.ric, Augusta 9c. and Mem Jhla I.S7c The. New Orleans market closed ready. Trices were; Open- High- Low- Clot- Prev, et. est. in. close. Ml 9 05 .13ff9.14 S07U9M 9 57 9.14 f4t67 9.41f9.S3 !79 9.70 9.T1lf.7 9 7209.73 9 91 9U 9.9CK19 91 9MU9.SG The Liverpool market opened quiet. Tere waw a good demand business In rot cotton, with middling 1 point nd var.at h.U'l Salea, 10.000 4jales; re .elpn, 5,000 bales, all American. I'rlces at Liverpool closed steady. upen- nun- Low. Clot- Prer, , , , !nr, e. est. 0il...Nov no 6 3S 'ui-leb. . ., (Mt, s.o; G.P4 Hir-Apr. 6.44 6.CI C 64 Eleven A. M hills In I.lvemnnl wr July, 9.J:c.j October, 9.73c: January, 10 05c The market there is due to open to-day 3 to I points advance. iwceipu and stocks were He- Last car. 1,711 Ml k; Two rnjtin.uls Increased their dividend mimmIh e(leldH fliMll Urn iAr,t Jtlii- Ioum ti.iymnut and onn deferrcil action. Tho Pennsylvania Company, nil of whose stock Is owned by tho Pennsyl vania, Itallrond Company, declared a semi-annual dividend of 2 per cent, yes terday, an Increase of 1 per cent, over the Inst declaration inadn six months ago. A year ngo 3 per cent, was paid. Tho annual rate In 1914 ns the rcvult of the cut last llepember was only 4 per cent., against 7 per cent, which was paid In 1913 nnd for some years pre viously. The Pittsburg, Cincinnati, Chicago nml Ht. ixiiils, the Pnnhandle, another Pennsylvania subsidiary, deferred action on both tho common and preferred. No dividends have been paid on the com mon since June. 1914. "While recent earnings of the com pany show Improvement," said a state, ment Issued yesterday, "tho directors deemed It wlso to defer declaration of any dividend on either preferred or com mon stocks until the result of the year can be definitely ascertained " Among the regular dividends declared by the directors of the New Yprk Cen tral subsidiary lines that of the Michi gan Central wns raised to 2 per cent., n semi-annual payment, from the 1 per cent, declared last December. A year ngo the declaration wns 3 per cent. THE GRAIN MARKET. J!r. id Ortotr 9 51 lmhr 9 7S .'muary 9 2 I nr. close. 6.11 6.14 S 3314 5 Wi .M 6.5C (..til1 a.u. JllTMton Orlean Sinnnah Chirlmon tnrfo.k Jilmlrrton eelpti m 1U 73 4i; 1.0 Li 121 Stoeka. 170,0t,4 177.5M f..7W r,4.S2T r,.'.M4 ic.cn; Last year. 113.SK KO.iK CK.OIS :.! 30.511 13.107 Interior rtocks and receipts were: 'ration 'Utuila Si Loui Its eeipts. 11 f.at year. Ml 11 1.131 ll'r.rnn SesOrlesn. Ktlm.iled orl leeri ins to-day I 'o 10 L'.Imi IM lu '.u Exports 1 thu far this season.' S.n?l.B9 hnl K rIlit k7 S47 bales last year. Stocks. f.'.SIl 9.'4 !'.M 31.314 I.nit eek 97 1.1CJ Ijt year. t.6.;.o I4.4 17.373 19,270 Last year. 4SS PUBLIC UTILITIES. .J onil'l.ited tstenient of earnings uint 1 ompsny ami subslillarlos shonra r" rnits of 1317.653, compared with r of 1.65 835 for May, 1914, a dsrreasa If'rl W"' """ A lvlnK of 10.12 was "t r..i f ,r the month was J99.01H. or 11. 1 J i,m,r than last year. The balanra . ",!t" and dividends on the itiii T"1 k wn" 316.31. a gln of iv'L " " P,r nt. For the flv III 'I'1"' M:i' l15' declines nra ,n gre. net and surplus com ''h 'hs first flvs months of 1914. I''"" earnings er 510,523, or 137,574 .... a" '' rear, while nt earnlnga ds JtiMd tmrij The nnsl ,or (,e tervsi vt, in 317, or 130.152 bslow the iV',tjr ,n corresponding period of flrix nrnlnirs of th Parlflo Oas and , , ' mpany for April were 11,512,103, 1 Im j,., f Ji2j,79(i, and net earnings VI ' ''- " expansion of 3117,741 irnp, . Apr) ,914 Tll(! Glance ,'.," " " 3139,641, or 1151,146 i or veiir consumers serveil by " "Tipn nn April 30 numbered 388,142. " m of 10 240 In the last four ra- 4'. of 3! 633 In the past year. FINANCIAL NOTES. W Kfh, chairman of the West- rn K rrrn rimr Mnrttrsce llondhnlilers ' "riinltlse, states that a sub 1 ' of the outstanding bonds nialteil with thn KqllltahlO 1 ilr.posltary for the inm- 'K-n for the early deposit of .HiiolintN have been rerelve.l n nero una.l,le in depftslt iiefnr raturdny, June 26, the 1 'lie roiniltltten. Application ' -o tli,. New York Htock ' ' 'lie Mating of the llqultable 11 ii-rtlllciitea of deposit, '"i'ii Chlengn that 16,000,50(1 t 1 i,wn Illinois riiewn1 re- , ' H nr t0 have n lien prior e- .ir untrue. They are sub. t'l 1 ",0'lcaiei axri'pt refund- Tr'j.i . Ill f. ;''.m r, 'tlr tav 1, ,., ' I' "run in otln nfi.r lncornoratlon lie. iin.5'. ' ,. '" ''"ns I. 1915 r. t ik 0,eher Company. Inc., wr irif r,P lt 7 n.r ..... ..niiiinllv on the 'fj.. cent ei "f riihman's Rons. Inc., for lie. r wers o' 7 nsr ritiil. iinniinllv on the ""k, with surplus more tlwn pay at lha rata of 7H per iniuvn ilock outstandlnc Further Wheat ItUe Kziiurt Hu mors Coarse (.rains Strong:. An unconfirmed report, thought to have emanated In Wall Street circles, that Sweden or Norway had purchased more than 1.2D0.000 bushels of wheat yenterday Imparted strength to tho mar ket after a lower range of values dur ing the early session. The bulk of the buying wns for shorts, although largo local operators were credited with work ing on the long side, believing the tech nical position of the list strengthened. The export buslncs traced wns 300, 000 bushel", principally old wheat. In quiries from nbroad were far from nu merous, nnd leading exporters, who have often been consulted by Norwegian au thorities, stated that they had no Indi cation of the big export trade claimed. It Is known that numerous ngents abound In the city, many Imagining themselves In touch with tlovernments nbroad. The buying account of grains for Interests abroad has been system ntlied so thnt outsiders do not shar In many of the orders from Kurope. Nevertheless, locnl wheat exporters say that they nre continually npproached for offerings on n million bushels of wheat by Individuals who are without knowledge of the grain business. The English market showed no spe cial steadiness, although millers abroad nre again reported absorbing wheat more freely. Apparently the drought con ditions over a large Kuropean nrea are unrelieved nnd more was heard of this feature. Private cables from Rngllsh centres Indicate, however, that prices have not declined sufficiently to satisfy the speculative element at Liverpool, These Interests are counting on depres sion In the market when new wheat moves freely from the Southwest. The hedge selling yesterday wns spasmodic, but the bulk of It took place during the early dealings and explained the Initial losses In the market. Bears also endeavored to force values down, but met with little or no success, ns the weak outMde holders were thought to have liquidated a few days ago. There were a few comptamts because of the showers delaying harvesting op erations In Oklahoma nnd Kansas, while the weekly Government bulletin and the Price Current commented on recent heavy showers having caused wheat to lodge In the central and northern part of the belt. Home milling Interests, whose stocks of old wheat are very light, were again fairly nctlve on the buying side of the list. This demand has gone far townrd checking recent declines In the list. Northwestern markets were relatively strong yesterday, the July delivery at Winnipeg raining atwut five cents a bushel. Corn The offerings of Argentine corn at New York caused quite a little sell ing for a time. It wns said that clo-o to a million bushels were to be had at prices ranging from 8 to 10 rents under the basis of domestic corn. The actual business effected wns placed at only in, 000 bushels, although some authori ties Insisted that a cargo had been sold for Importation here. The Chicago market broke from the Influence of the Argentine news, how ever. Prospects of showers over much of the corn b-lt led to conntdernhle short covering and fresh speculative de. mand. Private nnd semi-official reports were again bullish as regards the effect of the recent rains In tho West and Botithwst. Claim was made that the fiovern ment report to be Issued on July S will show a lower crop condition than any In the past several years and that the acreage will be under earlier expec tations. Oats The list rose readily with the advance In other markets. There was some buylntr of tho dererred months on the theory that prices nre nttraetlv despite the promise of n crop close to a record. Shorts were credited with most of the buying nnd rumors of ex port business were not confirmed, De clines during the early part of tho f-es-slon were ascribed to further hedging operations and scattered benr selling. Provisions Further linuiuntton In the July delivery was claimed for a time. There were llbernl hog receipts. The close of the market was strong, how ever, with support from packers and shorts. Chicago prices : Open- High- U1W. Cloa. Prev HIT. fat SOUTH AMERICAN Rnprospnlntivo of Xnfionul CHy Unnk IJrjrcn tl. S. Firms to Combine !.J)!V!!)I'AT; COST JIIG! COLLATER AL HERE FOR FRENCH LOAN NEW INTERBOROUGH ON DIVIDEND BASIS Diri'clor.s Doclnro nn Initial I l-ii I'rrCcnt. hi.viiir.it on tho Preferred. Robert O. Haltey, special representa tive of the foreign trade department of the National City Hank of New Tork, who hHs recently relumed from his work of establishing branches of tho bank In Argentina and nrnzll, con tributes to the June number of the tmrr(cn, tho bank's magnxlne, an arti cle on "How Wo May Win In South America." "Two fundamentals nre Involved," he says. "Thti South American consumer must bo educated to like and demand cur manufacture. Wo must make It possible for him to become an ever In irenslug purchaser by tho Investment of our capital In tho Industrial development uf his country. "(lre.it lliltnln has an Investment of IS, 000,000,000 In Latin American coun tries and her trade leads tho world. Oermnny nnd Franco follow, both ns tu Investment and trade, their Investments being approximately $2,000,000,000. It Is a surprise and dlsapolntment to real ize by personal observation that the general reputation for success of the American business getter has not ns yet extended to nny considerable degree to South America. "Our uwn experience In South Amer ica, with the notable exceptions of a few of our big Industries, has been that of the opportunist. There are .a few ex amples where American goods have been put on the market with the same -scientific sales and advertising methods as have been employed with such wonder ful success In this country and In these Instancos there have been no failures. "l-'or Individual effort the way to this market Is almost prohibited by the ex pense. "Could a combination for developing the acquaintance nnd friendship of tho foreign consumer be considered as In re straint of trade? If rightly formed nnd consistently adhered to wo believe It would not be so considered. 'The present Is the psychological time to move In this direction. The market Is disturbed, new guuds must 4ie tried: they should be properly presented nnd our domestic methods of presentation, with which we nre thoroughly familiar, may bo applied with equal facility nnd success. "The Investment problem Is one of equal Importance, but of more diversified aspects. The Kuropean wnr has created a flnauclnl condition In South America that Is completely stunning by Its sud denness nnd enormity. It Is causing distress. It has put a complete check to nil development enterprises. This situa tion brings heme to the Siuth Amer ican a new and serious responsibility, that he must make new Investment friends. As n matter of fact he Is look ing to us more than to any other nation 10 nil tne gap. "Clovernments as well as Industries need money. Here ugatn Is presented the necessity for an educatUin.il cam paign, but this time tho responsibility rests with the South American." TIk new Interbnrniigh Consolidated Carpor.-.tlen snt Into tvorhlns cperatiatt yestcnlny when the directors declared nil Initial dividend of IH per cent, on the preferred, to become an nnnuat dividend of fi per cent. Tho stocks were also listed on the Htock Kxchange and trading there In them will begin tn-dHy. The declaration of tho dividend Is the concreto result toward which tho finan cial I'cudjustntent plan and the forma tion of the new company was directed. Tho last dividend wns paid In ISOU nnd tho accumulated payments on the old preferred amount to 3na4 per cent. Tills nccumuliitlon was wiped out by tho formation of the new company. Tim dividend was declared out of the present surplus of the company. Hold ers of the old preferred shares will have tu transfer Ihelr stock for the new pre feried In order to recelw the payment. Holders of the common stock voting trust certificates of the Interborough Metropolltan are notified that their cer tlllcates should be deposited with thn secretary of the company on and after July 6 for exchange Into tho new common. Purl, of Securities Received Consist of rennsylvflnin nnd St. Pnul Honds. BAXKKHS PRAISK PLV.V THE BOSTON MARKET. Kokton, June 23. The general cop. per s.inres market was less active, with prices Inclined lower. There were no wide changes, but the close found most Issues near the low for the day. In dustrials and Italia were quiet and fairly steady. The summary: 0n. Hirlv Iiiw. Cloa. Sales 11", Adventure Js.i Alaska 10 Ahmeek new..., 5 Alroniah 1H Allouei Amalgamated ... 3H American .Inc.. t Anaconda . 210 rlrona Pom.... :') llulte & 1l.ll . ... 1H0 Hutte A Superior. H iMiaiuniei Arli.."i' Calumet Ilecla .-' Chi no 4 4"i Copper Rante M 25 Daly West ! IM Kaat Ilutte .l Franklin Clt Oranby 5f, Oreene-Cananea 15 Hancock 110 lelnnd Creek.... 5.1 I.aUi- M m Stile M Maaou Valley... 1V Mayflower M Mlrhlfan Si5 Mohawk J.f, New Arcadian.. :ir, Nlplaalnr 171 North Ilutte.... (')l Oaceula tv. Pond Creek Oulnoy M Shattuek 1n South Ptah 13.) Superior A Bos. 10 Tamarack "0 Tuolumne IM: I! S Smltlnr loir .17', .100 !4 . M, . 7JW . rs . 37 7'. i: n ii 41 19 4H, II 4 ii' . t MS VI !i4 . 74 :-. 4 eat. J'a Iks) m, 7Si, 11', 3', e4 47 tc. 44 1( S, I:', la 41 ID 4i'; 14 3i 7W 11 . at, ?: 2 "si '74 3') I' s Sniellltix pf 47. THE SUGAR MARKET. flO.000 Brigs of Cntina Takes Sl Price of 4.NII I'rnls. The raw sugar market was fairly actlvo and steady yesterday, refiners and speculators taking about 60,000 bags of Cuba nt the prevailing spot price of 4 S9 cents, daty paid. New York. The Federal Sugar Refining Com. puny took 3(1,000 bags, the I'ennsylvanli Sugar Iteflnlng Company bought IS, 000 bags, and M00 bags went to specula tors. Later reports on Tuesday's tak ings of raws at Cuba by Holland Indi cate that the total wii reach between 10.000 nnd 20,000 tons. The refined market was unchanged, with all Interests listing standard gran ulated at 6.10 cents. There was only n moderate demand for withdrawals on old contracts. Active switching was again noted In jesterdny's trading In sugar futures nt the Coffee Exchange. The market wns steady, with prices unchanged to 2 points higher on transactions of 8,400 tons. l'rlce, were: '- 474 4S n. 44 et eat : 17', 11 34 I 74', t'. 3'. : 3 . (A l 34 n 10 4 41 IS I'V. 14 114 1U4 H 17 ; 34 J74 M 454 4? 4S 4 44 414 Inr. 314, 71', r.t 30 ' 7. 3 C4 MU .-. 44 w; J4 i: 10 40 .' 14 . :4 re-vi t'tah Apex 44 "i". t:tah Cons 1414 7'. I'tah Copper 44 : Winona 44 75 Wolverine. 414 RAfLROADS 74 no. ton 4 Albany i;ii 174 177 2 Ho. ton Elevated. 744 744 714 10 p.i.tnn 4 Maine.. S3 S3 M 10 'Iloeton A Wor pf f.4 4.-.4 454 M Maaa Electric. . . (4 &4 It, 41 Maaa KIe-trte pf SCU 37 S44 14 N Y N It II . . 4H UK 4 to t'nlon Pacific. .. K 1S ! MIRCEI.IANEOU3. 1 Am Ar Chem p! M4 44 44 o Am yiii.ir 111 . int ill', 114'. 4..' Am in .x ipt 11-4 l.H 3 Am Woolen pf . T4 74 IM Allan (lull k W I 11. n H.2'. At fl 4 w 1 pf :7 :;s rl Kaat Iloaton Land 1 !4 J 4 K'llson i'7 :27 r.17 3I M 1aa v, : m K. .Mu lias pf .. Hi, MU 4iu iO S E Telephone. ..124 i:a iy n ttnlteit Fruit ... l.M 134 U4 247 t'nlt Shoe Maeh.. R24 tju r.: 10 l'lul .Shoe M nf. 2kU "IU 'U 5.1rt t' 3 Steel 14 til. ink 114 a 4 S34 17 f? 2 ;t 4 S"1 414. 474 44 144 t 4't 12.14 '4 114 177 744 3 4:14 4 1144 123', 474 114 274 4 rs; 4 4 124 131 f.J 244 MS A part of the American securities which will form the collateral for the French loan of between jr.O.OOO.Oon and $75,000,000 which was announced on Tuesday by J, P. Morgan Co. have: already arrived In this country nml lire understood to have already been de posited In the vault of the .Mnrgnn llrm. These securities will not bo Issued to the other banks associated In the syn dicate with .1. I. Morgan & Co, the participating banks receiving Instead participation vet tl lU.itCM equivalent tu the amount of the loan taken by them, The collateral for the Initial loan ex tended will consist of St. I'mil and Pennsylvania bonds wfilch were sold In France, $50,000,000 of each Issue being sold there. It Is probable that only n part of these securities have been sent to this country ns collateral for the loan, nnd It was etnted yesterday In high banking circles that the total col lateral already deposit! d consisted of appinxlmately equal amounts of these securities. The loan to France will be made on a percentage basis, Just us loans to Stock Kxchange firms nre Hindu by their banks, ltepresentatlves nf J. I', Morgan & Co., declined yesterday to state what per cent, they were loaning on tho securities deposited here by the Roths childs. As France sees fit to ship moro securities here the loan will be Increased and Its iiosslbllltles are limited only by the amount Franco m.S si nil. Comment on the loan In banking nnd Stock Kxchange clrcleH has been vety favorable, It being felt thnt by such a scheme of financing this country Is In nn excellent position to nsslst France nnd at the same time avoid the swamp ing of our own markets with securi ties which wo have sold abroad French exchange continued to decline, howeer. In spite of the loan, franc" reaching another new low record price of K.tS'i for checks nnd D.4"a, for cables. This cnmp.ites with a previous low on Tuesday of 5 47'.', for the former and .'.4ia, for the latter Ster. ling was fractionally easier nt 4.71 0-18 for demand and 4.77'ti for cable.-i, against a previous close of 4.7H,4 for the former and 4.7" V for the latter. Marks continued their steady decline, selling down to St 9.1 C for sight drafts nnd H'. for cables. Pori-Ign exchange exptrts say that the price, register a new low record for marks. On Tuesday marks closed at SI 11-15 for checks nnd 81 "i for cables. Italian lire was firmer at 5.95, as compared with a previous close and low record price of I'.aiH. Austrian kronen was lower at 15 15. as compared with K..J.0 on Tuesday. It was stated yesterday In prominent banking circles that It was expected that the gold Import movement from Cannda would be renewed within a few days. No gold has been brought In since June 20, when J. P. Morgan ft Co, brought In $2,S00.00O, bringing the total Imported from all sources since January 1 UP to approximately J117.095.000. Executor Trustee Chartered 1822 The Farmers' loan and Trust Company Nos. 16, 18, 20 & 22 William Streot Branoh Office, 475 Fifth Avenue New Yorx. LONDON, 15 Oosispsr St,, S. W.; 26 Old Bread Street, E. 0. PARIS, 41 Boulevard Hatumann BERLIN, 56 Unter den Linden, N. W. 7 TravolerB' Letters of Credit, Foreign Exohangea Administrator Guardian Missouri Pacific Railway Company CoHnti'rnl TrtiM Ss, Dut- 1H17 Missouri Pacific Railway Company Collateral Trust fii, Due 1920 St. Louis, Iron Mountain & Southern Railway Company Uniting nnd Iicltinding Is, Due l'J:MJ Wp invite holders of the above Honda to communicate to us their unmet nnd wldrcsses, together with the amount of their holding, with a view to concerted action, for the protection of their interests if it becomes neces stiry. BROWN BROTHERS & CO. s w ai,i. htiii:i:t nkw vokk. Burlington & Missouri Alvir Railroad Company in Nebraska Consolidattd Morlgaga 6 Par Cant. Bonda DUE JULY I, 1918. No-net: is iniitr.iiv citvn that in ruf.ii inee nf ,i Trust Mortar m lippit rxf Mitel In Tho ,Siv IImkIiiiiiI Truat I'nmpan)'; Triilr.p, iv thn Ilnr.lniclriii M1aou ltlrr Itii.lVr.'l ( iintiv In Nchr..H.r il.tlf-.l .tuh 1 1;. llic fullnn Ins itl 4'on anllilnlnl MnrtjtaKf lltintN lur .lull I, Mil", "f "ulil Itnllroiil I'rMiiii.im, riiriil hv aal I ttff.l nf Tiual, halt lirrn Urauii for pay ment. U llirr lltihilipil iiii.I tlilrlrrri .113) Hnnda fkiiim Karli. ininilirrat i: n.ii! :oj:, s;i az tr j9' iojt 1 :0KI i'Vlil .144 4HI1 7094 .14 1ld :i. jast S.iti 4H74 7141 ..! Il'tl Jill If.H Sa. 4091 7J37 m in; iiir, a:7 4123 7il" S41 11.17 ill? 3.13 IIS4 77.1H ;4 n mi ::').-, :ti :h nit 7Tns 7M lis:. ! 7 :74 .1341 4171 77.U 77 r.' :r34 jiao .1.14.1 4t4 "45T ;:4 f.j:, ni is .1374 is:? ioj 771 iii ..';4':.'ni sun 4:17 1074 I'M V'-J -'."" 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II 121 li; IM l1 214 220 r: 217 21 2.-.0 21 31 30 310 317 .14 I 341 mjt ia", sua 31 .11, 1014 1 r.3 2M 3K, 4.'7 104 17, 43 414 11IH 1D0:, 2..17 3171 3.1l 6114 1041 47; 112.1 1:pM .1 it.; .,r,o-. io74 47 lli.'t 1H4 2h.'f, .1111 34!K 5:, 3 2 11031 Ml 1173 IH20 243 3194 61 til :i;T3 317 3924 S3I2 11244 3207 3931 693 11477 39.1 (044 11604 397.", f.174 11701 :?. .1911 4642 11409 7t,0 2212 3990 676 11164 .4 Si.'T 3'. THE BALTIMORE MARKET. ItAl.TiMoitL1, June 23. t'nltpil Hall, ways lasuoii flli-nluydl n better tone, ttin Mock and Income each aclvanelnK "i The rest nf the market was iulet. Tin nummary Opfn- llurh. l.ni. Clo. Sal Int eat rat ing t" Con Piiw a M il !.', lOt.v, 10414 101114 4 Clkhorn Kuel . 2) 20 20 M 61 Mltlh Mech llatlll .-9 23 29 2 6 t'nlnn Hunk IM 134 134 134 92-' fn I4y A Kleo.. 22 J2 22 11' S hilflltjr 191 191 191 ll PONDS :n.) A t" Line C t. 11 a in, 9', 9; ", Vi A C Line , v 4a C 4 44 M Iftai Halt S l1 A C 4'4 l 91 91 91 1"W C Malt la "l anx MJ, 95 , Ws, 9.'.S M 41 Hall 4a '6! 1) I. ,'.', W, HI', 1 Con, 4'nal raf 4'j 9.' 9.' 92 !'i 3) rnna I'nwer 4,. 17', 7T, 7, 7, Klkhnrn KiipI a : !", W- !. !! Nurfolk Ity !l 94 ' 94 2V..1 fn a ,V K let 4a a.) 0 7i "1 ivtti fti 11 A K Inr la f.4 '7 U t. lot ftl It A K M 6h 411, 111, H, t, DAIRY PRODUCTS MARKET. 6 r 9 Steel jif 109s loS l'S 10S S IVatern Union 471, 47', noNDS. Iiooo Am TW1 A Tel 4a. Hi v; A 43 A IV I U.... 7! 72 Hi) 1orl 4eek 4a.. 97 7 1 Swift 6a 4 94 rat) Weatern T A T fi 94 ""E -dividend 47h 74 Xrrr l.onn Wnkmi I.onrtnn Mnrlirt J Ixisnov, June The, market. con- tlnuod tindtr the. Influence, of tho new loan Consols eold down to the new minimum and the ellt odced nertlon K-n-erally wan tlat Tlie old loan weakened I on aale by Intending JUibacrilierH oZ the ' new loan. Home, rails were. weak. Americans were, dull and Canadian attain fold off. Argentine) rail were I down. niVIIIKMIS AMI I.STKIUIHT. Satin- llanka. 630 1J02 19.13 6.M 1214 I9.M 2f. 61 1221 1U79 69.1 127 2014 691 130 204n 2761 T.99 1830 20GI 409 And Nlttynne (Alt Itund fOOO Kuril, nura . hrret UNION DIME SAVINGS BANK 40th Street and 6th Avenue An Intrrrt Dividend !t2th Cnnaemtlvc) 1m, been declrrd at the rote of Three nd line-half I'er 4nl. pemnnmn, Credited Julr t. 1016. and pnysble on and, after Tliuraday. July 16. 10114. on All aum entltiml thurcto under the Ily-I.o, Money deposited on nr before July 10 draw Inl.riat from July 1. 1016. Al.r.X. P. VT. KIN NAN, Preldent FItANCIS M. UAKi; Trroaurer. ritANK F. IIAZAIID. Sccretarj-- .4 42 271 42i US (63 774 114 19 97 293 I2. 6', 4'.4 119 110 24 141 324 4(9 670 K6 423 940 '.4 164 327 42 673 711 141 944 66 176 330 491 r,ol 72i 167 911 57 144 342 6!0 f03 714 673 III 70 220 37 631 4o;. 77J ISS 1000 47 23.1 400 667 434 The bond liratlnR the ,-il.nva numbara wlil be paid t pur nt Ih nfiice of th underatrned, I3", lieionthlre Street, nna ton, Maaa. nn the llrat llnl ttl Julr, IBIS, tilth ncorue.l lm,ri.t to that ilate, after uhleh ilale Inlereat mi auld llmida will renae In cnnfojmltir with the terma of lha Trut Deed. Tho Naw England Trust Company, j TRUSTEE, by JAMIIS It. H0OlT.lt President. ' notion, Maaa. Juno It. 1315. 14 94 DIVIDEND DECLARATIONS. THE BOSTON CURB MARKET. Via, injt, Wt 102 eat 101 99V, 101', Inr. rlna.. 103S 7SV4 721i 43V, 34 T4 441, 3 14 7 11 91 17 10 17 40 17 10 7I. 43S 34 14.41 74 T3'i 4ii; 34', Wheat: Jul, September. Corn: July September. Oat a! July seplemuer Pork: July BfPtemuer f.ard: July geptrmoer Kill,: Julr Seplemner. .. iu.oi i i. im.w. New York priced whio. Open- Illrh Iyw- Olo. Wheat; mr i July BeptMuber 341, 14. 1C.77 17 W. 17 22 9 30 9 67 4.4 9 72 30 9.67 9 II 9 72 9.3.1 9 4.' 10.26 14 10 10 21 10.10 10 27 10 70 10 CO Inr. HI 109 THE PITTSBURG MARKET. I'lTTimuiin, June 23. Columbia flaa and Klectrln was Htronft, Kalnliur a point nn a reduced volume nt tnitllUK. Union .Switch Bold up on small lot. West. ItiBhoiiHe Air Hrako loit fractionally. The HUtnmary: Open. Illrh. Low. On galea Inr eat eat inr 10 Am newer i'ii" . , 1. Am Will (it llf 34 114 Columbia (I A K l:'i 94 13 yiil 91 a'i, 91 13 494, in rninhle Steel nf w. 10 Klk Cnunly N O ltl4 1HW 1144 HUi 10 Mfra h A Heal 47S 47, 47S 47S 1K1 Nat Mreprooniir Mi M, Mi IS 64 Nat Klreprnnt pf. 1. 19 14',, if, 10 1itl Hreltir pf, 16 16' 164 l4 10 Pllla Plato Olaf,los o io-, ion 216 Pure Oil Il't 14, 114 144 6 Union 14 A air.. Il 10J 102 101 W II 8 Steel 61 l l 1 Hi Weat'houie A 11. .1314 1314 131 131 June July Atlarllet September... October November... Dn-ember.... January Kehruarr Mltn h April May Jttrh. loit, Cloa l"rev eat rat. Inr. loae. Histon', June 23. The rloaine floston curb bid and naked quotation! : 3.90 I S7 4 10 I 16 i'4 J 41 4.07 4.11 1.46 3 a 3 3 3.M 3.94 4 0 4.11 1.10 3. 1(7 3 41 3 61 3 61 3 40 3.51 3 tj ll 8.94 4.07 4.13 4.07 3 t 3 CI 1 W 3 to 3.45 3 i THE COFFEE MARKET. Fn I am Slinde Off at Clour .11),- OOI) Dan Ilenlt In. Yestcrday'R eofT- futures maiket wns aKaln a swltrhlmr nffalr. more than "" per cent, of thn ilay'a transactloiis of 719,000 bafTK repicaentltiK exchanges. In thiHo oiierntlotiH July wuh 7 poIntH over December and 12 points over September, July wan no lonirer ut n premium over March, however, the latter month being 2 point" ovpr the former. Thn market wa. barely eteady, with prices at the done C to 8 point oft. Thero wna some nelllnif on the declln of exclianere at Itrnzll, and the lower tendency which markets there have dl played recently hag had a depressing Influence here. Brazilian market were featurele, Hlo "h nnd Santoa 4 were unchanced nt 4J"2n nnd dinon resectlvely. Ulo anil Hantoa recelptH totallrd 10,000 linira. Hao Paulo had 13,000 nnd .lundlaliy 12,000. The rato of Ulo exchanro on London was lowered to 12 7-1 Cd. Trices were: AlT.ir.xln Day State Oi Heinle llltifham Ilohenua Poton Ely Ilutte A I. on Ion L'alaieraa . Chinvlon Copper ('MM Con'oll Intel ('oriel New Cornelia Cnntolnl.neil Arlrona Contoltijiiied Copper Croa Hetervv liavl Dalr Katie A- llluabell Kirat National Copper.... Houghton Iron lllnaaom La Roe Mttleallc Mckinley liarrarh Metlrati Metale Mlnra of America Ne Italllc Nev.Kbi Douilat Hhin Copper Onero Slllllll Tdke Stewart Mlnlnr Utah Metula . . .. l'piteil Venlo Ktenlon. Vilknn Ould Hid Aaked 70 .11 1 S w .13 Telerraph, California .. .23 .. l'i .. .10 .. 1 .. .34 .. IS .. : 4. .. .60 .. 44 .. 2C .. .21 :: ft .. a .. .23 .. IS 1 n t tl 14 CO I 4.1 1 f. 1C 1 7-11 pM 1. 2', 4 4 tl a.r, 32 i". 24 M 1't C4 M14 2 1IC I ;.16 4H June July Ausust Seiitembcr.... (Idnbir Nnvi-inticr Dei'emlaT January February Marrh A.nrll May Hlrh. eat 0 S3 4 47 OS I)w- Cln. Prer. eat Inr cloae. f. 72 r, wi 4,43 C 2 6 A) C.f 4 C 74 li 70 C.44 1 74 . .. 4.73 H 79 . . r. 7.1 e 7 4 74 0 73 0 79 .7B 0.; r. 7 r, sr, e e.H cm . .. M 6 9.' 4. f. 4.90 ,94 THE PHILADELPHIA MARKET. I'lilLAnHtriltA, June 23. The uenerai market wim eaBler to-day, Navl. Katlon, which trained 1H, beltiK the principal exception. Baldwin Ixiconio. tlve was 2 points lower and l'lectrlo Ktorape declined a point. Pactional losses occurred In General Asphalt, l'ikt Superior and Cramp & Hon. Tho summary! Open. Hlrh- Low- Cloa- caiea ma eai 614.1 Italdwin Lni-n ... BUi tn 110 iiaiiiwill i. PI Hr:', (A lluffalo It Sua nf. 41 150'Cnlnrailo Fuel.... MU 170 Elee Stor Hat.... MS et 102'i 102 10 Erie 470 Oen Aaphalt.. t7i . 34 ? (!en Aaphalt Pf... 71 THE CHICAGO MARKET. CnicAco, June 2J. The market was narrow, with prices aa a rule showln frnrtlonal chances. Hwlft continued In Rood demand from small Investors. Stewart Warner held firm nnd Chicago J'neumatli) Toot made a small Kalp, l'lilon (Tarblde, ChlcaRO Ttallway 1st cet llllcatis anil Illinois Hrlck wers i-hhIit on small sales. CIiIciro Itnllway r,H made rt further Kiiln. Other Issues dull. The summary: Hulea. 20 Cluo Pneu Tool sr, Chili) llya aer 1. 10 Cnm Knlano. . . 24 llllnnta Prick, . 10 Penplea lias, , 1ft niti .service ,, at 2 uualier oula ni. I "'4 21 Sears Itnebuck ...134 SI3 Stewart Warner. 4I 131 Swift A Co 110 2fl Union Carbide, ,14a 10 II 8 Steel 604 U Ud Carbide rt.... 47 Open. Illih. Low Clot llik' eat. cat Inr . r.H i.i t.8 f. . 41 41 44 14 131 134 13.1V, 1311,4 4.1 6', nr, .-, llo'i llf.4i lir,i llS4i ai ai ai at 104IA 1044 1041, 1114 134 134 44H 44 441, 11 110 110 IM IM M w; im oo4s 4 iS 1 f.7i P Interbiirntuh-M l.oi Lake Superior.. 1391 lhlrh Nav . . . M Lehigh Volley.. 120 7, V Tranait. .. .142 Pent) U It II Penn Salt Mfr.. r.1 Penti Steel nf... r. Phlla Co cum pf. 4) i;n i 'in iu Kieciric..,, Oil P H T ctfi f.r.o lleadlnr 702 Tonnpah Pelmont 29r, Tonopah tlnlnr f.'.' Union Trarllnn,., 476 United Daa Imp,, 2910 IT 8 Sleel 20 tl H Steel pf I 7"f' 73 29 40 1.14 r.3S 27', 31 71 h 73 40 J.I t,:s Inr is..', 102 40 ?.1 IV, i't 834 24 11 76S 71 29 311, 71 24 11 I I Company awl Term. Stock. Oarflelil Nitlonn.1 Hank, i quarterly I rxnnaylvanla Itnllroad, qunrtertj Central and Snuth American TeUrraph. quarterly Mexican quarterly i Koutnern flreenlch Hank, quar terly Ohio Fuel supply, quarterly American Piano, quar terly New- Vork Central, quarterly eanm!a Southern Itall rna.l. aeml-annual . . Mlchlt.Mii Central Hall road, aeml-annunt I'lttaburc and Lake F.rle ltallmail, aem. annul! Ierolt ltlver Tunnel, aeml.nnnual . . . InterNirouiih Conaoll ilateit lnltl.il Oaeeol.l Mlnlnr Montreal Llcht. and Poer. terly American Screw iiuil.e-Wern.ti ke. nii.tt . . . Cloln.-Wernbke. lerlv MaaHarhuaetta LUhtlnir, qnutterly Id com Maaaa,'hiletta LlKlltlnr, quarterly lie"' com Maaajcliuaetta LlRhtlnr. quarterly Manufacturers I.larht and Heal, quarterly, l'lttaburr. Coal, quar terly Creamery quarterly Creamery quarterly Klectrlc l.lrht and Power of Ablncton and Itocklaml, eein). annual Norfolk and Western Italluny. quarterly . Nurfolk and Western Hallway, quarterly., crtm Illliinla llrli'k, iiiar- terly ClilciiKo Hallway 17iilp- nient, uuarlerly Turkett Totiacco, Ltd., quarterly . . iiauway. (Corporation, Oonaolldated Meat quar- ii n - Ami FayaAle. 3e Juna 10 14 Ant. 31 14 4V July 144. July 14 II. July 13 t July 1 14. July 15 ln July t !44 Aug. 2 Hit Aur. 2 ". July 29 12 50 Aur 2 Se, July 11 14 r. July 31 II CO July II qu ir- I'arko re, Parkag. pfd com pfd pM pfd com mr. 1 4 't r. 11 75 15c II. to I m 14S4 Aur. is June 3'i Sept 10 Sept. 10 July IS July IS July IF. July IS July 21 July lo July 10 nt'TTRIl There leaa tradlnr yea tentay, ant what butter changed handa aa a rule went Into the rootere Prleea ale hlcher than laat ear and market .ul day eterday aa rather quiet. It rimed eatjer than the opening The only change waa n drop nf 4c. on Stale dalrlea and renovated eatraa. The fiuah of the bmter make la now nn and quality la hrm, l'ricea! Creamery etraa, 91 acore, 2i,4r 244c, higher ai urlnr. 24,8294c.i flrata. 9 to 92 acore. 27 4l27,c; Slate, dairy, tuba, nneat, 24c ; rood to prime, 26 ' 27i,c i common to fair. 23U2(4c reno vated, extra, 24'4V25c; flrata. :3024c: lower rradea, 2IV32i,c.i Imitation cream ery. nrata, 24234,c; ladlea. current make, ftrat. 224l2',c.i aecomla, 21t,c: biwer gratea. lmtilc; parklnc stock, current make. No. 2, rotCOHc; lower grade". 1M,4 194c CHKI-xK'-llxporter continue to take on large quantlttea nt atock and keep the market active anil there waa an julvanco yeaterilay if lie. The advance waa felt In all rood line and even aklma were up i,r. Market cloaed atrong and exvort till, week will be heavy Price,; state whole milk, freah flat" and twlna, while and colored apeetala, 1.4'4 If 14i,c ; average fJV. 15c, State, aklma, freah apeclala. 121, 13r . aklma, freah. choice. !lM2e , f:r to go.i.l. n,i104c gr.idia. There w.ia ennutrli of this t.i tbi ! crdera. There waa no gre.it a rumu - i lion, but receiver complain the onaurap ; tl n la let, than a year ago (juallty of I illrtle. la Pei-onilng poerer and the were , off Ttlla w.la alait true of mixed Colore of nearby henner prnducta Market cloted rather weak, Prlcea : Freah gathered,! J24Uti4.. extraa, flrata, 211,t2lSc nrata IV", 4j 201,.- . aeiinda, 14,1 lc. No I 1, dlrtl.a. tr.i, Iil7e, hennery, whltea, nne to fancy. 23w26r: hennery, brown, 224 1 24c.: mied colore. 191214C I I.IVn POULTIt V. A e. orclty of g ood fowl, veaterday aent the market up 4c while brnllera were In eufnclent aupply to redui e their e.ning price 24i 4c per lb There were unloaded )eaterday twenty- one .ara. iwo oi wnicn were uy expreaa. There were two cars left on track for to day a market, bealdea what cam In dur ing the night. There ta a wide range on chlekena. Market cloted rather uneettled wl'h prices showing unii'iial ringea. l'rlrea- Fowla, 164til7c brollrra. 24 .f 30c rulneaa, pair. M'c . plgeona, 204121c. IHtF.SSF.l) POFLTItV - Market waa weaker je.-.rdai aa freah ktlled fnwl 1 ware plentiful. There were anme Michigan acllde.t fowla on the market which were offered at 10S c. which did not attract inuih atlenllon Old roittert were plen tiful and aold aiowly. Iliiy-ra demanded 2 lb broiler, and there waa not enough of thla atock to go nrnund. There waa an n-cumulatlon nf Long laland aprlng dueka and quab were plentiful and dull In froicn pnu.try fancy chlrkena were In good demand at were good turke There waa alao tome demand for gmd frozen fowla Market rioted In good ehaue Prlcea- Fowla, t; to bo. Weatern. CO Iba ind ner. ISc . old rooetera. ligii,c. Squab prime white. 10 lb, to dozen, 1.1 r.0. 9 lb. 13. 1 Iba, 12 -.0 Turkf).. freah hena and tnma. ton 17c. Frnien turkrve. dry ricked, aelerted. 31c : Weat ern. 2c Texia. J7ffl7i,c llroier milk fed, I t,. 24 lb,. 275f2c . com fed. 14 to 21 Iba, 2Cc Hilckena, 12 lo box, milk fed II to .14 Iba., 20c 4 Iba. -ind oer. 21f22c. corn fed. 31 to 36 Iba, ISc . 44 lha. and orer, 20c. Fowls. 12 to box, CO Iba. and over to dozen 14, 20 o 3;, iba ir.c Old rooatera, 1 1 1f 1 2 J c public urajTreif securities. SEAMEN'S IANK FOR SAVINGS 14 and 2H Wall Street. TiiKTitt'sTncs HAT:onnnriED that I.vrEltl'.ST be paid to depnsUors en titled thereto for tne all month ending June 30, 1913: On accounts not exceeding three thousand dollar at the rate of FOt'lt PER CENT, per annum. Payable on and after Monday, July 10, 1913. DANIEL DAI1NES. Trealdent. GEOllttE M HAUSEV, Cashier. WTU.1OTON it. BENEDICT. Secretary. New York. June 10th. 1015. NOTICK Deposit to draw Intereat from Julr I't or Oct. lit. or Jan I st. or Apr. lat muat be made on or before the Ion day of the prevlon month. TO THE Mol.IillltS OF Tin: riTiMiriti.il iompany rirat .Xlortguge tind I ullitterul Truat flonds Ihiled duly I, 1S"!I. Notice la hereby gUen aa provided In the Mortgage, ditet Julv lat, 1899, made by The P'ttaburKli Comitanv to the Guaranty ' T'litt C'-npiov of New Vork aa Truatee, I tbat bond bearing the fo'towlng numbers have been drawn lur the sinking Fund and wi I be paid at pir and n crtied Interest orf .aril after .In y lat. lit 1 5, at the TItl'ST OEIMIITMKNT or the (imranty Tni"t Compitiv of New York. 140 Ilroadw-ay, New York City, after which date Intereat on I aald bonda will ceaae: Itnnd numbered .1, 21, .12, 23, 31, 43. 95, 94, 119, 120, 14.1, 117, lr.a, IFii, I6V JIO, 173, Vil, 204, 219, 22J. 225. .3.1 and 244, Til a bond ahould b preaent.d with coupon due July lat. 1915. tta-hd. THE PITTSIIt'liriH COMPANT, By SAMt'EL A. ItOIJI.OFS. Prealdent. Dated. F.llwood City, Pa , June lat, 1915. GREENWICH SAVINGS BANK incorporated 1133 ) f4. T.. Cor. rltli Are. nnd isth St., New York. TWO. HATE INTEHKST.lllt IIIR.M) SIX ItONTIIS F.MIIMi .MM; 31), 1UI3. On ail auma from 15 to 13.03 to deposi tor, entitled 'o Intereat under the by-laws at the raie of FOUl FEIl CENT, per an num on ao much of every account oa ahall not exceed ll.ooo. and at the rat of TllltEE and ONE-HALF PER CENT. pr annum on ao much of every account as aha ' exceed f i.ooo, payable on and after JFt.V 19, 115. Depoall made on or before .ICI.T 10, will draw Intereat from Jl'l.Y I, lota. JAMES QU1NLAN. Pre.ldenl CHAHLES M DUTCHEH. Treaaurar. FRANCIS M IIACON. Jit. . . n. OftDEN CItlSOLM. J flecretarlee. NEW YORK SAVINGS BANK N. W. Cor. 14th St. and 8th Avenue. July I. 1816, dividend at the rate of FOUR PER CENT. per annum on all auma from .' to li.ttt) entitled thereto under the bi-laws. iieposiis M4.ni: o. oh iiEFoiir. .11 1,1 in mill iiitAir iNTi;m:sr fhom .11 i. y I. WILLIAM FELHINCiElt. President. JAMES L. WA.MII.INI,. Trc.tMirer WALTEIt It llltlXCKEHIIOlT. Sre'y (1 K II M A N 'AVI N lis BANK IN Til E CITY OF .NEW 4lltK, Cor. 41b Ate. mid 14th irrri. New 1 orl.. June 7. 1915 Intereat at the rule uf Four (I) per centum per annum wl.l be . re Uicil dt poaiinra for the alx inon'lia endlOK June 30. 1915. on all auma emit cd there! under the lly-lawa not exceeding three thousand (13.0001 Ihidara. and w ,.l bo payable on and after July 21tt. Hepoaita made on or before July 10th, 191&, wlil draw- Intereat from July let. 1915. Al.Fltl'.O ItOKLKEH. Prealdent. A KilPPEL. Treasurer UNIVERSAL CASTER & FOUNDRY COMPANY NOTICE TO IIOMHIOI.DEItS. Notice la hereby glien that llunds Not. 1. 65. 91. 180. 150, 16.1. U.4. 197. Zil, 225. 210. 302, 314. 414 of the fnleral dialer and Foundry Compan. aci ured by Its Mnrtrag to th aubacrlber. bearing data l)e ember 14th. 1903, hae been an 1 r Vereb-. accnrllnr in the terms of the a ill I.Mortpige, called for payment, and wli. ha paid In full, principal and accrued Intereat, at the ortb a of the eubscrlber In Newark, New Jersey, on the first day of Ju'y next, upon preaentatlon and eurrender of aal.n bonda and all coupons except those already Pld t FIDELITY TRUST COMPANY, Trustee. i Dated, Newark. N. J.. Jun llh, 115, I NEWrollT A CINCINNATI nKIIMiE CO. lienrrnl Mortgage 4H"" .lu wr liuld Honda. ' In oerefrianr wit), lie i.fm, ' tlie linking Fund rtauee nf nbove Mnr'gige, notice la herebv given that aealej proposals for tiie sale of aa many bonds as can baj purchased with 113.740 0" iwhlrh amount la one pr cent, of II 374.00. oo, the amount of bonda now outatandlng) will tie rei eieii at the office nf the Lonlavllle Vathvlll Hallroad Company, No 71 Ilroadwa), New York City, nnd opened at Noon on Juna 30th, 1913, when th" loweat offer wi'l ba eicceted, provided the prlca doea nut ex ceed par and Intereat W.M THOMPSON. Treasurer June 1st 115 DIVIDENDS AND INTEREST. pfd r.m i m, u f.-i4 r.j 7 it 9 )', 49 r.s 40 r.74 f ,1!H1 2.1 .191 .IV 2.141 2.14 9. l4 9'4 734 73 -l 73 4 73 7-16 s't i bl 4 74 33 4t 71 3.1 4.'.4 614 v": a 45U IIS 40 II S Itnbher 0.14 2 w J ft seashore 444 t30 W Cramp Sons f,.l ItONDS 121001) Am Oas k El Pa M 60(ifl lh Nav con 44. fVa 10111 111 v ren con s. s:i. V'1 109 1094, 114 4i, 45 44 49S 4.U, 44 63 46 91. I, 3.1 4 60; 109 1H 444 an 14 Mil I4i, f.000 Ih Val Coal 6a, 1014, IMS, 10.14, lojl. 15noo la II II con 44s . 1014 iflftsj 1031, ioi, livtn Pa It II gen 44s 044 nu; 9n 914 Ifloo Phlla Elec 4s 79 79 1000 Heading gen 4s... K'V, 92 , 5000 Uradlng Imp 4a,. 9.14, 9f.', 7 92H :.4 79 J4; 954 DAILY FINANCIAL CALENDAR. EX DIVIDEND, Company and Term. Stork. American Coal l'roduors, quar. terly American Chicle, quarterly ... , American Oltlss. ssml-annual , Oray A lUvia, quarterly New York Transit, quarterly,. Wlllya-Overland, quartarly. , ,, CO m Pfd pfd Pfd Vti Amt. 141 i4r. 14 tt.oo 1 Winnipeg ttiarterly Montreal quarterly Oaige and quarterly pfd Telegraph, Oklahoma, 14 00 July 1 1 Aug. 19 l',' S'Pt. IS I". July 13 I.". July t lc, ,Iy JJ 5 4CJ, July 2 IT, July 13 141 July 10 Live Stock MnrLrt. WEDNESDAY. June 23 llerelpt of beeves were 1,7.10 head. In cluding 24 cars for tlie market. Hteira alow, but Priu to a shade higher, bulla and good to choice fat cows strong to 15c higher, common nnd medium bologna cows steady The vards were cleared Common to prime steers sold at 0 7.161 19 10 per 100 iba . bulla, fl 764M7. no ro.il choice, dry fed bulla offernd. cowa, f.1 231 17 25 "lullf nils," JJ. Dri seed beef un changed at UHtfnitc per lb. for ordi nary to prime native sides Herclpis of calves wero 3,190 head, In cluding 2,130 on sale. Veal, active and 26c. hlK.ter, skliu milk riilves, r,0c higher. The offering wein closod out early "om liuiil lo choice veals sold at I SOtfl 1) 25 per 100 lbs culls, I71H4; klm milk calves, 15, 50f 16.50, Dressed calves nctlv and strong! city dreecd veals selling al 14M7e, per lb i country dressed veals, 14c. Itecclpt of sheep and lambs were 4,040 head, Including 10 cars for the market, Prime handy sheen higher! others llrm, lambs 011 very light receipts 26pf36c, higher. Common to prime sheep (ewes) sold at 3.50rf5,76 per 100 lha.. a few at I4 culls, 3; common to choice lambs, 11.501(110.(0, Dressed mutton firm at 10 13c. per lb. I dressed lambs, 14(1 lie. Itrtelpls of hogs ware 1,100 head; 14 car on sale. Market, KTlOc, higher. State and Pennsylvania hogs aold at 11.100 11.11 par m I be.; raufba, 17, American R.i Company American Light A Traction Amrrlrm Light A Traction pf Adirondack Electric Power Adirondack Electric Power pf "American fia ,v Electric American (las A Electrlo pf American Power A Light American Power it Light pf American Publlo Utilities American Public Utilities pf American Waterworks A Electrlo.. American WAV. A E. partlrlp'g pf. American Waterworks A E 1st pf. Cities Service Cities Sen-Ice pf Colorado Power Company Colorado Power Company pf Commonwealth Power, Ity. A I.,.. Commnnwralth Power, Ity. A f, pf. Consumers P Co (Minn) 5 I02 Dayton Power A Light Co Dayton Power A Light Co pf Drnver tins A Electric gen 6 Electric Ilond Deposit pf Electric Ilond A Share Co pf Empire District Electric & Empire District Electrlo pf I'edrral Light A Traction 1'eilrral Light A Traction pf Ja A Electric Securities (iaa A Electrlo Sccurltlea pf llrrat Western I'nwer Co Is 1941.., Lincoln (Ins A Electrlo Northern Ontario Light A Power.. Northern Ontario Light A Tow pf. 50 Northern Mates Power Co,,, 37 Northern States Power Co pf .H$ OrarU Power A Water 15 Pacific, (las A Electrlo 44 Pacific 4Ias A Electrlo pf j llrpiibllo Hallway A I.I eh t Co 15 Ilepubllo Hallway A Light Co pf.,, Hi Konthcrn California Edison 71 Southern California Edison pf...,,, 01 'Standard lias A Electrlo i'i Suudard tlat A Electrlo pf 33 Tennessee Ity, Light A Power f4 Tennessee Ity, Light A Tower pf... 37 United Light A Hallways 40 United Light A Hallways lat pf.... 07 United Light A Hallways Id pf 05 Utah Recurltlra 13! Western Tower 12!, Weatern Power pf 54 Par value, 10, tEl-dlvldead. Mid A nil 321 IM . lHj . 5.1 , 112 , 47 , At) , 74 , 31 t , 7 . 10 , M 40 51 , II H , 51 . 711 DO . 31 , 40 , 49 01 , mi 1 72 , no , 13 30 , 01 , 70 , 7UIJ , II , to aked, 111.' I2.1 110 151, U Mt 40 A4 42 14 65t U 10 02 67 Wi Ki M M 91 30 as SI M 100 78 71) In to 75 M 81 29 IS 55 211 V, 20 41 M 10 M 74 4)5 "li SS 7 SO 45 70 60 IS 16 BUSINESS TROUBLES. F A MII.U-i INC- A petition in tnnk ruptc) baa lieen rl.i I OKa.uat F A Mf'.t. lni itiiii publisher. 171 West P..r'v elgh'h alreet Preftremlal p.iytnenta nre Kllcg.-tl Tne corporation waa incorpor iitcii under New York ls.ws on January 9, 1902 with capital atock. 171.00, and pubkithed popular mutlc .SAMl'I'.I. HiiI.l.lNiillH - -A petttton In bankruptcy baa lcen lllrd agatnat Sam uel Holllngur, wholesale dealer In watches and Jewelry. 17 Canal etreet. He ulso made an assignment 10 Henry tcsser Liabilities are reported to be S12,or0 and asset ,000 A11HA1I A M P. PKHIVSTEIN A pt1tlon In bankruptcy has been filed agalntt Abrahatii P. Perlsteln, dretais anil other wearing apparel. 114 Wett Twenty sev enth street Perlsteln alto made an as. slgnment to Ieiuls Ureal 111 IIIMSE H. JAI'OIIS of E inaford. N. T, has filed a pe'l'ion In bsnkruptcy with llabllltlea I2U.029 and uate-a 7.f,45. con elating of real estate, IT 100. mortgaged for 17,700; rent due from house, 150, tnd paid up life Insurance 13... Composition Continued. MAX KOHItE. - Juilg II N Hand has lontlrined a compoaltiuii or Mux Kobre. private banker. 41 Canal street and H ilr.md street, at 100 ,-ente on the do'lar the two creditors who .'.poaed tho toll) poaltlon having withdrawn tbclr oppoat tlon Twenty per cent ctah baa alre.idv lieen paid and the balance la to be paid by 11 liquidating corporation known aa the Kobre Aasets Corporation, whlfh will liquidate the asaets within, It Is expected, four years. There were 26.000 de. posllnra In the various branches nf the bank, nnd the total llabl'li'ea were 44.470.395 and nominal neaota fl 000 000. In singing the composition Judge Hand reserved to the deposltora all rights to proceed against the Maryland Casualtv Company lo collect mi the bond of 1100,000 given to the rotate, Comptroller. Assignments, AltTHlt OfXlEL, diamonds and Jewelw, 71 Nassau street, baa made naalgnment to Albert F. Irfiwenthnl He waa formerly In huMiieaa In en leiql and started here In 1909. He -w is lormeriy treasurer of the Tango Vanity Company. JOHN H. IU'NN. who formerly had 11 restaurant nt Hl.1 Columbus avenue, has made an usslgnment to Maurice p Davldaon Assignment Rchcliilee, NATIONAL WOOLEN COMPANT, 67 Irving place. haj Hied saslrrninent echedulat ehowlng lUhlllllss, 157.431, nominal tl, 1(4,495, and actual aaeta, 120. S63 NATHAN IIOTMAN carpela, 43 Itlvlngton street, has Iliad aaalgnmrnt si liedule showing llabllllles. llfl.OOO nominal as sett. 11,000, and actual assets, 1475 JOHEP1I M I1LEYKH A HON. Joseph M. Dleyer, trading as Joseph M. Illeyer A Hon, paper and twine, 341 West Seven teenth street, has riled achediilee show ing llabllllles, 164,106; nominal asaets, 112,411, and actual assets, 117,461 263rd Consecutive Semi-Annual Dividend F.HTAIIMSIIEIl I7M4. I7ie Bank of' New Yorh " National Banking Aitoeiation. Now York, June 22nd, 1!15. Tho Board of Directors have this day declared a nemi-unnual dividend of Kight (STJ. ) per rent., payable on and after July 1st, 1915. Tho transfer books will remain closed from June 25th, 1915, to July 1st, 1915. JOSEPH ANDREWS, Cashier. TCiutoitoroii coNxni.niA I'Eii I I III I lllt.t I ll). Not Ire of Pa.t nil-ill of llltiilcnd. The lljiinl of lur ctora or he Inter borough Cunsu.idatiHi i u"i"Mi, n at a liiee'lng hel.t to-day dec. are I ir n, au-p,,a a dividend of 1 1, c, ,in tl,e piefirrtl i'wk uf the lutrrborouKli Consu ,o,i e t i orpoia ttoti, payable at tlie oitlce of the (Ninip.in . No, 1,5 Hroudway, N ew Vork city, on Ju.y nth, 1916, to sto khoider, of re 1 a- the cloae of business nt 12:00 o'clock Noon on riaturday, July 3rd, 1915, and tlu-reafttr 10 the holders of ull such preferred si K uf the Interborough Consolidated I'urpnr.itl.'ii us may be Issued in c. barge for pre ferred stock of th lnterborough-.Metro-poSltan Company and Finance and Holding c'orporailou. II. M FIsiIElt, Secretary New Tork, June 23, 1915. TIIE IIANOVF.K NATIONAL It INK of the Clly of Now Vork, New Vork, June laili, 1915, The Hoard of Dire r. I ,te nia isv declared a quarter. v dltldei, t r i IVB PEH CENT , pnvabie on ui,,t after Jtuy 1st, 1916. Tho transfer books wi , remain closed until that date ELMER E WHITTAK Elt, Cashier HARRISIURB LIQHT& POWER COMPANY IliirrUburg, Pa, Th Hoard of Dire, tors hate de. ared a regular uuartei.y divlden I uf IV ,u ii, Preferred Sunk of this louipiti) n wn Juna HO, 191 to st .. kho l-a ..f re .n June 21, 191j Chei-ka wi. he inai ed II, W. MIIMl, Trea.urrr. THE HANK OF AMEIIII'A. , New Vork. Juno lth, inifi. The Hoard of Dltectora hac to-day declared a seml-anntial d1 bit nd of fourteen ,i i per cent freeofta. pavablcl ulyist, lull, to stockholder of record of this dat.iv The transfer book will remain closed unCT Jnly'2nd, IUI3. W. M. IIENNET. Cashier ar.AIIOAIID NATIONAL llNK. Now Vork, June 17. IJii. The Hoard of ti?ectms of this bank .'.a. declared the uui. iiuarier.) dividend of three (31 per cent , pujatdo July I, 1911, to stockholders of isiord on .lime 21 1915, W. K CLEVEHI.EV. Cashier Rnnecvelt ntrlkr Conviction. Ntrx nitfNsvrici:, .N. J.. .lune. 23. Iorurd Frtfclnl, n prominent tlKtiro In tho llooeovelt strike wli.. a..l.l u... I .in intent for tho Anicucin IVderatlon or i,alor, waa convicted to-daj .f havlnir plnced ohstructlona on the railroad tracks: the inornlnR rleputle nhot a num ber of strikers. Frank Morrocco antl Vita Lt Busco, tried Jointly wltri Pres. clnl on the samt charge, were, acquitted.