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THE SUN, SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1915.
13 4- LIQUIDATION AGAIN EVIDENT IN COTTON ppclinc Cnnscd 1)' Liverpool SolHtifr nnd Tenders on July Contracts. WEATHER TS FAVOR A DM? Julv deliveries, heavy -.ellln- by ttx-erpool and good wrnthrr wore re iponslble for nn easier cotton market yesterday and prices declined to 9,17 (or July nt'd 5--3 for October. The rally In th Into trndlnc which left prices at a net decline of 6 to 7 points w caused chiefly hy covering over the reek end There was a belief In some quarter dit Liverpool' weakness who due to Mire acinus attains! seized cotton. IJxerpool. however, wan a very heavy seller here, with kale estimated -.bout 40.100 bales. The fnvoralilo dlf- L " f '.:..' ... ,, nV l "u1""" "iT dMlver.es amounted, to about 10,000 hales. This wns not heuw con- tillering t lie usual volume of tenders on 1 first notice nay. At tne same time there was no great rush to stop notlres, presumably becnuse of the disputes which hiive, urlsen regarding the grad lnf of cotton, most of which have been recently referred to Washington, und Involved a good deal of additional ex rente and trouble. The weather continues favorable, as scattered rhowera with no excessive) precipitation were reported over most ef the belt. Crop ndvlcra are generally optimistic nnd there Is a growing be lief that the yield per acre Is likely to compare favorably with recent years. The lesser Goldman Cotton Company of St. Louis In reporting on the crop In Arkansas, southeast Missouri and Okla homa says that cotton Is doing well and complaints arc rare. The company re finis the outlook as a'lova tho average. Considerable comment was created by the statement of W, 1. U. Harding, a member of the Federal Iteserve Hoard. In his address before some Southern tinkers. Mr. Harding was quoted as' uytng that It waa within the bounds of probability that the South would be confronted with anothor crisis In cot ton this year on account of the blockade placed upon exports of cotton to Ger many and Austria. The Into sight for the week waa 62, J"S bales. ns-aliint 43.S14 last year. To tal for the season, 14,787,771 bales, gainst 14,74. ,997 last year. Futures closed Arm: Open-lIlgh-Low- Clo- Prer. In; rsl rsl. Iru. clote. July ... :: 9:7 9. 2iu-K 9ii is Alirart . S.J 9.11 ST I1W 9 12 9 lt October ; .: m .9h to TirTs, liecemper i s'.si . ?.?air y.yt yTlu.w ;mury 10 ot 1003 59" lO.oimoo: iootaioos March . 10.K 10.K 10.K 10.KU l 57 10 K't) 10 M n y .... w. I..- iv... iv.M iv.nuww tu.MUlu.9tf Bid Spot cotton at New Tork was quiet. IS points decline. Middling. 9.45c. Southern spot markets were 5 to 15 points lower, with New Orleans 9c., Gal veston 9c, Savannah 9c., Houston 9c, Augusta S.Sbc. and Memphis S.S7c. The New Orleans market closed tady. Trices were : Open- Hih- Low. Clot- Prer. Ini et e. Int. cloie. JalT . . .9 (14 9MQ9 04 9o;t!o? OeteVr. 9 ts J II ! Slid,: DfCtmberSIO 9 71. .T09T1 9.71U9.H JinUU?.. 9.U 913 9 77 K09.H 9JOU9: The Liverpool market, opened .easier. There was a good demand business In spot cotton, with middling S points de cline at 5.20d. Sales. 15.000 balee; re ceipts. 4,000 bales, Including 1,000 Amer ican. Trices at Liverpool closed steady. Open- Hlsh- Low. Cloi- rrer. , . . Inr. est. est. Inc. rloe. Jnlr-Anr 5.11',-i Ml 4 6 OA R.osu l i:u Oct Nor .. (37 ,3:1, hit 1 jrn, r.js ;n-Ffb. . .. 5f.J lM't .4; MS', 6.514 Xar.-Apr .... S 63 C.: lit C( (.(34 Eleven A. M. bids to Liverpool were: July, 9.26c: October, 9.67c: January. .a; March, 10.2tc The market there Is due to open to-day 1 point lower to 1 point higher. Receipts and stock were: Hp. Last Last rear. 10J.014 91.417 n.fi :,im 20.047 i:.M7 t,IM celpti. year. Stocka. 171, Ki 17.979 C9.0I4 M.57J C.03 34.309 OlITfltoa. 717 Ktw Orleina. 5,04 Smnnah. . 9; ChirlM-.on... 1S Norfolk .. ?:2 Wlltntnjion 11 Mobile. . . : 4S !T9 157 16,019 Interior stocks and receipts were Ite- Lat celpta. year. Stocks. . 1,7.' f.4 70.767 M 575 99.054 . 154 4 6.3I1 73 264 Estimated port Last rel pt a t oilay. w cek. Homten ... Mraphls Autuita Ct Louis . R.l...... year 52.291 21.475 15.919 1I.5M Last year 713 m Total bales, New Ot!:ans.'.. :."t 10 3.11 to TT Stl Exports yesterday, 5,550 hales, thus far this season, 8,081.964 sralnst S, 354, 072 bales last year. THE GRAIN MARKET. Wheat Cains I.arsre Shorls Cover Corn Itrcovera, The strength of wheat yesterday was putillng to many In the trade. Nothing tramplred In the export situation to arrnnt an upturn according to the K'at majority of reports at hand and the wathr conditions were not really m unsatisfactory as expected. Never thelits thcro was gradual absorption of Jl offerings and the Irregular early de t..r.is were soon recovered, Prominent Western traders were ercdlted with buying In their shorts. T..re was also support from milling In ttTMr It was wired that mills at the Northwest were transacting a larger our business, part of which was for 'xror- account. Spring wheat markets ere not inordinately advanced for the Uav The rop outlook In the Northwest renia n ,ghy satisfactory. Suit m. nt has become more mixed, tilcli iiarily oxplalns the choppy mar " The diverse opinions may also e -iunt n a measure for the baseless "pons v; crnlng the extent of the jxp'irt demand from day to day. Al Ihou?" 1 lie lemllllcr r.nrter here. 11 nil ' "it. Wet nere Inact ve and asserted , bids worthy of consideration ffn nr ad were n.iri h r.,mnr. 5f " o:ih few days credited Norwny lyn credited Norwny "II Ft Aus h:iSfH of l.'.'.in.OOn bushels and W'ih the purchase nf l.OHO.000 .Sweden. acrordlnK to an un- -i.'uit tok l.uQn.QOf) buehelH of ra n Sihe.i S'jl n rj C .tr . Csno Ii lee. l ir.i to The. fore no tr Kt( i-ni.iy The .Norwegian C on- e I tl. purchases for his cnun- "K wan icarnru mat inill- a' tin- other rumors had foun- " llzll that forelRners have "f tlm markot for some time u-r thn rli cumHtatices It Is not 'or tlm wheat export reports, mue, to command attention, luuiitless a ht'iter feellnit In i Lets and the news from ' e pod the Hit here yesterday. ok .iiruad a ciln commented on irniively Unlit exportation for "d Continental consumption, Mii. tii iin Hhlpmi'iits were 5,nn0,001 ' the Kf-ck. Arjtentlna shipped " 'i'io busheln nnd the Indian we e .tbout l.fiOO.finn btis'hrls. "piitM were roughly about 'nhiN under the weekly lin- Oi.iI.tn " ixhi ri'imrts from the Unlleil Ucritiany, llunuary any Nor. , l-uth. 'por. ",. r T e ' CM in-, , flh fltur n "i countries coiitlnui- Tin so I with the rcpultH of excessive "iu Amerlran Hoiithwcst are. 1 serlliii; Influeiico III quartern nheat W oeealed. Yesterday' weather map did not show heavy or iren eral showers In Oklahoma, Kansas. Missouri or Nebraska, but more rains were forecast over tho night. The Modern .llller Joined other organs In pronouncing the harvest one to two weeks late, even though the yields re main big. The wheat crop In Kansas, according to the 8tate report. Is 138. 000,000 btishets, against the phenome nal outturn of 17G.OOtr.000 last season and recent estimates of 100,00,000 bushels. Corn The early selling movement was not general, but It depressed values moderately. Showers In the Wst were light and scattered and hears -ere en couraged by the further offerings of Argentine corn at New York. The basis for Importation was 74 conn, against the domestic level of about Si cents, but no business was reported. Iluylng for cash houses and relative strength In the cash markets helped to turn the market. The prediction that there will be further showers over the West woe also a factor and the upturn In wheat caused some scattered short covering. An official report from Kansas was Issued showing he condition of the corn crop In that State to be 65, against 88 a year ago. Oats Sentiment was rather bearish, but tho list moved In sympathy with the changes In other markets. The hedge selllni; was not Important after the early trade. A majority of the crop accounts were very favorable and there was no Indication of an Improvement In the ex port demand, but shorts were disturbed 1 by the clolnc firmness In other markets I The forecast for further showers west of r,. 1 1 ,,1,,,. trlcts. Provisions There was liquidation for some of the outside holders of the July deliveries. The support from packers was not aggressive. It Is believed that deliveries on July contracts next week will be of fair proportions. Chicago prices: Open ing . IMS . 101", High- Low. est. nt 104 10:1; 103'i Cloi- Prer Wheat July September.... Corn: July September.... Oats: July September..., Fork: July September.... Lard: July September.,., Ribs: July in ilea. 101 t 103 V. Illl TIM T.- 44 IS 1 TS 17.15 S7 M 10 1: lot: Clot lng II 1 4 1094 8 73 444 S 14.40 17.:: JT 9 41'. IT'. 14 70 17. IS 37 6o 10 30 43H IIS 44 14.70 17.1: 17.17 934 .. 5T' 10.35 10(6 10 30 10 3.'. io.es September., 10 CO 10 (7 New York wheat prices were : Open- Hlih- Low. Jul, '.. "' September .T "" THE BOSTON MARKET. Boston, June 25. A better tone was noted In the market for mining shares. American Zinc was the outstanding fea ture, with sales running over 17,600 shares and closing at a net gain or points for the day. Uutte and Superior was also active and 2 higher. There were no wide price changes In the copper stocks, hut a firm tone was In evidence on light dealings. Massachu setts CJas was a strong feature. In the Industrials. cllng 1 '4 points ubove . th opening, I The summary: Opn- Hlih- Low. CIo 5alf inr eat. el. Inr 1? Adrenture 74 4 30 Ahmetk w t. V5 3"S ' f4 s: 95 3li 74 M4 M ilXi Alaka I"" Alromah U Alinuri ' Amalrsmated 174(7 Am Zinc 10 Anaconda ... W Arisona Com :i lluite & Hal.. IS', "'l ;i H Mi, 74 M . I J16 3.VI4 3 3-16 3 3-K KTO Blltle lc SUP 71 1l 1 Un i.'alumpt & Arts.. .V :! Calumet llecla M V) Chlno IS SM Copper Ranre.... Mi v Kaly Wt 31, Jl Katt Dutte l:, IS Franklin 100 ciranbr 3" Oreene Canacea.. f'i (it tn K 4 34 13 w, M r4 194 44 $1 ' 334 i6; F4 67'. 34 29 S4 5J Hi 174 44 7l 4 61 4 tw IS 514 J' i: 104 ii 314 14 II : 44 2'. 1J. 4SH S3 34 13 14 II .41 14 !S Hancock ITS l.land Creek.., M I.I. Rorale 110 hrr Lake 50 Keweenaw . ,. 100 La Salle 15 Masnn Valley,, "O Mlchlran 5S6 Mohawk 43) New Arcadian 0 NiplRvlnr . .. . II 21 14 24 61, 74 J4 4 334 24 90 14 64 73 . 24 4 574 3S 79 64 .53 ill: i,s 6"; 44 41 1004 H4 :t 91 61 ,64 64 13) 624 624 944 f 17 107s. HIV 123 n. 24 93 9; 237 170Ij 9 1M 164 110 32i 136 614 2'4 M 67 M4 94 :s 79 11 44 33 194 14 4 714 : 671, 14 It 172 North Butte. :::: 10 rorm Lake 125 Osceola Pond Creek QuIivt 175 Kay Connoli'latrd too Santa i'e 155 Shannon 1?) St Mary's Land.. M Su,i & tlonon. ., (.0 Superior Copper.. Idl Trinity !0 Tuolumne lie II S Smelt 72 ti S Smelt pf.... MO Utah Apex 295 Utah Con M Utah Copper 20 Winona 35 Wolverine Ml, 1N ', S7. 34 . 21 54 .53 4J4 ? C7i 4 41 424 474 4 5-16 II C4 44 61 RAILROADS. 20 Atcn t s r... i)4 1 Atch T 4 S Y pf 1004 20 rtoitoii & Maine.. 31 1 Cnnconl & M. .. !l 2 Kltrhbury rf ' M Mass Klectrle. ... 5S 15 Mass Klertrtc pf. 37 IKNVNIU II .. l4 2 Vermont k Mass. 120 13 West End St Ily. :4 JWP, JUT, 31 91 61 fr. 1 11 91 tl 3?S M4 674 62 914 ? 4 17 107 II4, 1234 k7 . 6:4 MISCELLANEOUS. to Am Ast Chem. . 5J 554 2 Am Ajr Chem pf 944 t, 5 Amoskeac pf ... 94 'A 1" Am Fneu Serv .24 24 25 Am Pneu Serv pf 17 17 5 Am Surar 107; 107i 30 Am Suear nf.. .lis 115 157 Am Tel & Tel. 1234 123i r.0 Am Woolen nf .. 17 :.o ah r.nif a w 1 u4 iVA All (lulf fc W I pf 274 10 Cumberland 1' pf 93 110 Kan Uosion Land 94 37 Edison 236 119 General Electric. ln 471 Maui C.as (74 1 Mersenthaler ...,lo W Reece Dtittonhole 164 15 Swift 4V Co 109i M Torrlnrtnn 32K 55 United Fruit 137 4(5 Uul Shoe Maeh... 614 20 Unl Shoe Mach pf 74 140 U S Steel 60 10 Western Union. . 67 BONDS. ItOOO Am T 4 T Is. ... Uli MOO A O & W I f. .. 714 10ft0 Western T 4 T is 94 11; M fi 237 1704 M 1") 164 110 3:; 1S7 614 24 6AS 67 SI4 94 94 2.-4 170 K7 IkO 164 im S2 136 CI 2S4 69, 47 Ml, 714 96 THE BOSTON CURB MARKET. Boston, Jurus 25. The closlnr; Boston curb bid and asked quotations: Rid. . .70 . .11 . 1 . 9-4 ' ,:s ! .':' lTs . .10 . 1 . .10 V Asked. .W .11 14 9S. .n .30 .11 i'i .15 4 ,9.i :4 I 3 14 Alvarado Ray State Has Rerolr ninrham Rohemla Ilostnn Elr i riutle St London r.itavrrai Chanvnlon Copper.... Chief tonsnlldaled.... I n" Corr I sv. cnrnslla Consolt laird Arliona.. ConaoIl.l-itPil Copper :; I Si1 SST"'" "I .V": Hi I Kaitle A Hlnebeli A 1". r'rst Jiallon.il copper. I r"nu' m'J 4 JA 91 A ..-' .91 .) .M I'S ."' ..'.0 "i'; Iron llln.snm La Itnc Mali. in- Mi-Kmley Darragh Mexican Metals Mines of America New Palllc Nevada Doucl.il Ohio Copper Oner-o South Lake Stewart Mining Itiah Metal' I'nlted Verde Extension. Yukon Hold :s .14 "i'i ' : 1 ic i r.s. 'I6 4 4 7-14 : COTTONSEED OIL. The weakness of tho oil market was unrelieved yesterday. Liquidation con. tinned, due partly to vulnerable marginal accoiinlH. licflners wern buyers of near options nitnlnst wilen of dlHtant montbH 'renders for 15,0(10 b.iiit-ln nf July nil are expected on Monday Prev I Muse 111. Is, .' US ..no 6.311 1.41 (Musing Prices S.'iSif 5.9f. f5,9T C..1CS(C.3I 4.3114.40 Hpot . .. July September. , December. OVERDRAFTS REDUCED IN NATIONAL BANKS Comptroller Willlnins Sends a Circulnr Letter of Con gratulation. Washinoton, June 5G. Comptroller Williams made public to.day a circular letter to the national batiks expressing his satisfaction at the reduction In over drafts disclosed by the last statement 0 condition published this morning. The Comptroller expressed the hope that overdrafts before long will disap pear from the books of national banks, as a result of the efforts he Is maklna tor their elimination. Here Is his letter: "This odlee acknowledges with ap preciation the efforts which the national banks generally througVout the country have mide In cooperating to eliminate the overdrafts evil. "The reports of condition submitted by the national banks as of May 1. show that as a result of the efforts. In this connection, of the national banks and of their customers anil of this olllce the otal amount of overdrafts In all national banks which on Kebruarv 4, 1913, amounted tn $22,307.0(15 (or 2.7 per 11.000 of total deposits) had been reduced on June 30. 1914, to ir..4S;.41. and as a result of the special efforts put forth since that time tho total amount of the overdrafts In the 7.S04 national hanks of the I'nlted States had been 'reduced on May 1. 1918. to J5.904.374, t or 66 cents per $1,000 of total deposits The national banka of the country report that the aggregate amount of losses which they ct.nrged off during the i Mi.nnr ve.ir. 191''. 1913 and 1914 on ' .... C ni'.rnrta w-.-ia Sl.209.2.14 Of which $?n 223 ras In the New England States. $285,617 In the Hasten) States. . $252,994 In the Southern States. $216,701 ' In the middle States, $123,807 In the i Western States, and JI59.9S9 in tno Pacific States." THE SUGAR MARKET. Home Eaport Huslnesa In Hrflnrd Hsit Strnily. The raw sugar market closed qulat and steady, with the spot prices for raw Cubas unchanged at 4. 89 cents. There were some Porto Hlcos offering at 4. S3 cents. Some export business In refined sugar was reported yesterday. France took 9,000 tons of standard granulated at 4.63 cents. The market was quiet, with the list price unchanged at 0,10 cents, but all Interests were willing to book new contracts on the cent basis. The sugar futures market ar the Coffee Kxclmnge was active, with prices steady. Total sales were fi.100 tons. Trices nere: Hlsh- !". Cloi- Prev. nt. eat. Int. Clme. .Tun. si J u Julv 3 11 S3 311 3 3 Auiuit J September 1. 05 4.04 October 1.10 4 OJ Sit 3 95 I.Oi 4.04 4 10 4 09 November 1. 04 4.0S 3 5 3 4 3.57 3.55 j December. January.., February.. March April May 3.S4 ill 3.43 3 CI 341 a .a 3.47 3.15 3.47 3 45 3.49 3.47 METALS ADVANCE IN LONDON. Speller Iraprores Tin t'p Abont $20 n Ton. Spelter showed material Improvement yesterday upon a renewal of buying for domestic manufacturers. August nid at l cent a pound, and late In ( the dav 15' cents as bid for addl tlonal tonnages. The Steel Corporation. It was reported, wan a buer during the past few days. London metal exchange prices were higher for all metals during the. morn ing. This created better sentiment on this side. Tin was up 4 pounds per ton and spelter over 3 pounds, while copper and lead also showed material ad va nccs. Conner sold to some extent, but Im- 1 provement was generally acknowledged to be In Increased inquiry ratner man actual bookings. Lead prices were unchanged, with the American Smelting and neflnlng Com pany etlll quoting 5"4 cents a pnunil. !?omo business was dnno on that basis. CONSOLIDATED EXCHANGE. United States Steel common, the lend- luc tradltiK htook on the CotiKollduli'it Stock KxchanKO yesterday, early Rot , nbovp lid ubiiIii. I Spots of weakness developed In the j Ho-ralled reornatilzation Mocks, but the , market, as a whole, was unaffoi'teil. I Missouri I'lirlflf was partlctilntly weal:. It opened nt 10, tmchatiRril from j Thun-iiay s eloslPK price, tiuh provi d Its hlffheHt nnd It afterward hrokn to 7, clotdtiR at 7T. Hock Island, apparently In sympathy, declined sharply. It opened nt IS'-., which was '(, of r point above Its i-los-I11K on ThtirsiUy, but afterward went down to lfii4, rlnsliiK at lfi;. t'nlted States Hubber continued active. After opcnltiff nt SI, an nvi'mlttlit tlecllno of of a point, It sold as low as 13, but later rallied to 51'i, closlnc at ti. with short cuverlnc a feature at the end. Somn of the ho-called war Mocks were notably strong, with Wcstlnithoiisr Klectrle selllnB us high as 101 and Haldwln Locomotive at 67 V The low of United States Steel common was 69 "i and Its tilg-h 60S. at which It closed. CommlsHlon houses handled a good volume of business In odd lots. Sales totalled 31,720 shares. PUBLIC UTILITIES. The Southern California Edison Com pany reports for May gross earnings of 1373,144, compared with gross nf 3ST, ,15 for May, 1914. Net operating rev. .niie was 1191.131. contrasted with l!0T. r.4i. and the final surplus after Interest charges and an allowance of 140,000 for Ii preclatlnn was ITT. 907, compared with 175,914 last year. Ilross earnings of the Pacific (lis and lllictrlc Company Just reported for May nmounted tn 1, .:!, I19, or I15,:J0 more thin In May, 1911. while the net of 1779,743 showed a gain of 1137,407. Ow ing tn a decrease of 141,106 In bond In terest and discount Ihe balance, after charges amounting to 11-, 933, waa 117, 713 better than for May nf last year For the Mve months nf the current flstal ear ended May 31 gross was 17,719, til, against 17.070,2S!I for the corresponding period of 1911, an advance of 9,c. per cent. Total net earnings came to i 1,10s, liSS, an In crease nf IS:, 33:, or ID 5: per cent. After deducting nil charges. Including In terest and discount, ttie preferred divi dends nnd 1500,000 for depreciation, the balance nf H.lSI.Iiil was equivalent tn an Hiinual rain nf 9 70 per cmt. on the out standing common stoik. FINANCIAL NOTES. Thomas Hale, Jr., who has been ap pointed superintendent of the New Vork ('Hum Kxi hatige tn eui-ceed William V. King, retired was assistant superintendent fur tlie pant Ihlrleen jears. I, Frnellch, fnrmi-rly cashier of the Coltnn Exchange, will succeed Mr Hate 11s assistant superin tendent. Sulzberger A Sons Company announce that a banking group his contracted fnr the purchase uf .1 new l.mie of pecnrltleii whim win prnwitr ine tuuus ror tin- pa) inent at "r l.efnti- maturity of the mm. 1 pany's t, 100.001) of debentures which ma tun June I, 19H1 William A. Head A Cn. are maktmr a ; pu'-u ciier-ne; nr fi Him iiiy nr imp- 1 , iiiinatl 1 1 pel -cut. sewer lioniU, du.. j A tu H 1. inr.r. at ini and interest, tn nit Inve.tnr I', per lent. f The Cnffie i;i binge hrro will be closed 1 on paturii.i), .liny .1. The hiialil nf illrei-lnrs of the I'ielty Trust Cninpany has declared a semi-annual dividend of I per cent, payable June 30, 1"- . . MONEY AND EXCHANGE. Tho New York Federal Iteserve flank rates were 4 per cent, for thirty to ninety days and 5 per cent, for longer hills. Open market discounts, prime accept ances, maturing up to ninety .days, 2V4 V 2 '4 per cent. Commercial paper rates were SHIM per cent, for sixty and ninety day bills and for four to six months best names i 4W per cent, for others. Time money was unchanged. Rates wcro 2VUZH per cent, for sixty days. 214 0 2 i per cent, for ninety days, 2i 0 3 per cent, for four months, 3 per cent, for five months and 3V.G3 , per cent, for over the year. Call money on the floor of the Stock Exchange ruled yesterday at 1 per cent.: high, 2 per cent.; low, 1 per cent. Domestic exchange on Now York t St. Louis, par; San Francisco, 46c, pre mium : .Minneapolis. 30c. premium: Chi cago. 5c. discount: Cincinnati, pari Montreal, $8.75 premium. Call money on Indon wns I "i per cent.: short bills, 2 per cent.; three months hills. 2' per cent. Sterling rxchanga wns firmer. Tlnnl quotations were: Demand, 4.77; cables, 4.78 3-16. liar silver In London, 23 8-16d. ; In New York. 4 8 Sc. New York Clearing House statement: exchanges, $280,237,519; balances. $14, 497,956 ; Sub-Treasury credit balance, $1,327,686. THE PHILADELPHIA MARKET. I'lilt.APEi.ritiA, June 26. Itecoverlcs were made of most of the losses auf. fered In yesterday's trading. Cramp & Sons gained 2,(,, Haldwln li. Stornge "s, and Philadelphia Company '4. Lake Superior and Lehigh Navigation were a shade lower. Tho summary ! Open- Wrh- Low. Cloi Sales inr est. est. Int ro Amer Can 114 ni 414 44. 50 Amer Oa N J.. 10"4 1004 1004 lt ::: llslihiln Loco, .. 64 67 4 66, i." ll.dilwln Ico pf.102 102 1"2 102 ,V. Run 4 Stisq. ,. 134 111. 131, 134 74 Cambria Steel.. .. 4S4 IS4 4! 44 1) Colorado Fuel.. . 314 314 314 314 141 Electric Storace.. 621, 624 61 6:4 2A". lien Asphalt.. ... 12 324 32 32 1 Ceil Asohalt Pt.. 70 70 70 70 10 Ins Co N A 22 23 22 22 19M 1,,-ike Superior ... 104 104 104 104 470 Lehlih Nav .. 754 Tt.4 74V 714 300 Led Val Tran pf 294 294 79 79 160 Missouri raffle. 104 104 94 4 2 Northern Central. S44 114 44 I4 161 renin R It 614 M4 614 (34 10 I'enna Steel Pf... 64 S 64 61 100 Phlla Co Jl 314 31 314 70 l'hlla Co R p C pf 11 32 32 J2 21! l'hlla Electric. ... 234 234 734 2J4 4 l'hlla Traction. .. 71 71 71 71 Its Reaiiln 714 774 734 714 6.V Tonopah Ilelmont.l 1-14 4 1.14 4 1-14 4 1-14 1.3 Tonopah Mlninr. 74 74 7 74 3) Union Traction... 134 334 334 324 1M I niteil lias Imp.. M W n c 10 I' S Rubber.. . CIS US MS MS 2041 U S Steel 694 64 69". 6O4 20 Writlnr E.. SO 5-16 SO 6-16 ) 5-16 60 S-16 10W J & Seashore.. 414 4S4 44 414 M0 Wm Cramp 4 S. 61 624 61 42 BONDS, lino Am 0 4 E 6s U4 W.4 f,4 ltf.4 iOOClly 4, 1913 ..102 102 102 1)2 l' llarwoo.1 Elec 4a, 99 99 99 9? I Lake Sup llie 5s.. Zi 33 33 33 ))0 lyh Nar con 44s 4 '4 994 W4 1C) Ix-h Nav cen 44s. 105 192 102 102 W) Ih Val C0.1l 104 101 1M 1"4 101O L V ron 4,s rer 101 101 1.11 101 SW Ih Val ten 44s 914 94 94 9 K) l'a R R c 44 ct.lS 101', 1034 503S 700 Ta R R ic !', ct 94 9S. 94 94 lf"0 l'a R It Cr 34s. .100 inn 100 100 ron l'hlla Elec Is.... w M M w 2i0 l'hlla Eleo Is.. .. 79 79 79 79 10M 1'nl Rr Inv fa.... 62 2 62 62 2"i Welbach ! . 914 914 914 914 THE CHICAGO MARKET. Chicago, June 25. Stewart Warner waji again the prominent feature, with prices showing a substantial decline. Sears-Roebuck was firmer, while very little change was noted In other Issues. South Side Elevated 4Hs made a good recovery from the last sale. Other bonds unchanged. The summary: Open- Hlrh- Low. Clot Sales inr est f.t inr ii Chi Pneu Tool 67 5:4 674 674 IS Chi Ry series 1. 3 VJ 3 2"J Com K tison 1S34 1J1S 1334 tI3S S Ilia Match .... 94 94 91 91 M lindiay Lirht .. 34 14 34 34 People, (lai 116 116 lt 116 I2J Sears Roebuck 13", 1144 134 13U, Stewart Warner 04 "4 67 674 1 Swift ...I094 1091, 1M4 1091- i0" Union Carbide rt 14 6 14 14 IIONDS. ItWChi Has 6s 101 101 161 101 .wo City Ry 6s. . .. . Ml, MS 9', 1() Morris 14s 7S. 7t S7 7, r.l Swllt t .... 94 96 96 96 3" So Side L 44s ... M w fO W THE PITTSBURG MARKET. I'lTTSsufta, Juno 25. Transactions were almost wholly lh small lots and few price, changes resulted. Westlnc house Air Hrako lost 4. The sum mary : Open- Hlrh- Low- Clos. Sales. Ing est est In? M Am W 01 Mch pf -) o vn vi 10 Cancy liner tias :i TI :i :i 40 Columbia f! A E . I5S KS U's l!lj 10 Elk Cn Nat (las dim 111", 111', IIP, :o llarb Walker pi .. '."4 W 9't i'i 73 Indept Ilrew .... 3' 3, 3'. Indept Ilrew pf.. I 1 l i; :j Mir 1. i 11 .... m; i:u it4 ) Nat Kireproof ... 44 Hj f.'! r.'i ttt Nat Fin-proof pf 19 11 19 19 110 Ohio Fuel Oil 13U 13H 13; ll'i 15 ohm I'iK-i Sup.... i:, i: i: i:, A I'ltts Hrew pf If.', if.', 15', 11', 0 litis Coal pf.... M'i KL, 1-2 92 M Pure Oil 14 II 11 11 t' S Steel Hi 11 M) M :i Wutinsli A n.. . irj)4 wi i i) MS Westtnth Elec 49', W, 4M, :)i, RONDS. JOO Am Sewer Pipe i 9m 91'i 93', THE BALTIMOREMARKET. Hai.timoiie, June, 25. The, market was quiet and without feature, Thero was a fair demand for Consolidate Power, which was up '4. United Hall way was 21 i bid, offered at 22. The summary : Ojien- High- Low- Clos Salts inr est. est. Inr. 3") Cons Coal 9f. 96 95 95 4VI Cons Power IM'i 1"H ltH 1"H fr. Elkhorn Fuel ... M V 5) 5 Mercb-Mech Rk. Zt T9 :9 T9 11-) Wayland Oil 4i O :S :S W IS vw) cur Halt is '57. 9u; 9t; 9S nr-u c Halt is '5 w L :v, ws w. ' joi.1 Elkhorn Fuel 6i W4 95', 954 9:.i Com) (!a Car A Nor 5s lots 1"1S JOIN 10', r.ofsi Jamison Cosl 5 . 71 "9 79 79 f.i") I'll R A E Inc Is S3'; 55, f i Un R K fdg 5s. U l SI II EXPORTS AND IMPORTS. Ilxports from the port of New Vork reported yesterday were 1621,203 ; Im ports, $3,521,066, DIVIDEND DECLARATIONS. Company and Term. Stock. Amt. Payable Kamimsttquia rower, quarterly Diamond Match, quar terly United States Mortgage Trnel. miarterlv . ... 14 7. Aug. IS IHCe Sept. 15 cs, June 30 r'c Aug. 1 Harris Hro . quarterly pfd lc-r Aug. 1 lClllcll vauey i.oai Hales, quarterly .. . (ieneral Haklng. quar terly I'nlted '( and l.luc I pis, semi annual. . . city Investing-, quar terly S4;. July IT pfd let July 1 pfd 2 4 July 15 pfd li-i, juy j. Knlh Maker), quarterly, pfd 1, July t orn iT'i'incts itenning, quarterly Hatterv Park Hank, simiiI annual Ilattery Park Hank, entra Chalmers till and (las, annual Philadelphia Co, quar terly . . . Iteei e llullon Hole Ma chine Inirrnallnunl Mutton Hide Senlng Machine, quarterly Iteeci- Folding Maclilne, quarlerly pfd li July 15 1 July 1 let July I pfd I- July 1 com 14 A nr. 2 ICt July 15 1 July 15 ICt July 15 Car Kniii-ka llonn Wiininn of tn. Mis, Susan Wiley, SO, of "8 Orli-nt nveniie. Jtrsey City, nits struck and knocked down yesterday afternoon by a l-'liitliUHlt itNeniie nirfuce cur at Ills lliuoklyii HrldRe. She was tnhen tn thn Voluntcfr Hospital sulteilni; from a out over hen left tj. Executor Trustee Chartered 1822 The Farmers' Loan and Trust Company Nos. 16, 18, 20 & 22 WUliam Street Branch Office, 475 Fifth Avenue New Yoru. LONDON, IB Cock-spur St., S. W. 26 Old Broad Street, E a PARIS, 41 Boulevard Hanssmann BERLIN, 56 Unter den Linden. N. W. 7 Travelers' Letters of Credit. Foreign Exchange, Administrator Guardian urllnglon ft Missouri River Railroad Company In Nebraska Consolidated Mortgage 6 Per Cent, londs DUE JULY I, 1918. NOTICE If IIEItF.IIV OIvr.N THAT In pursuance of a Trust Mor'trage Deed ee cutej to Tha New- KngUnil Trust Company. Trustee, by the llurllnr'on j M'sbou'I Itler Railroad Cmiipatiy In Nebra.U.i, ilalri July 1, 1371. the fi.llimlna IK', Con eollilatcl Mortgase lliinil, due .lull I, IIIIS. of said Itallroail Company, .ecureit bv .ll Deed of Trust, bale been drawn fur pu) ment, viz. s Three Hundred and Thirteen llonils 1.000 Rarh. number! 7 617 1331. 3075 2711 3.1 3994 7037 IS 442 1363 3010 2100 3.10 1043 70VS 64 616 11(1 11. 1 2131 3176 104 7111 61 fS7 1109 2111 :6u l.ii 1099 7137 II (65 1117 2145 2162 3.97 IU 7SIS 91 6S9 1137 2117 263 333:. Oil ?73' 92 721 1450 2215 2174 Jjl- 4141 T,ii 114 751 1455 2217 2V7I 3341 1171 7759 123 770 1S09 2221 23S9 33CS 1146 71X7 117 771 1536 2261 2907 1371 4.27 402) 164 779 1S46 2274 2k09 3110 4237 1074 199 790 16S3 227 29(9 33M 1243 1267 111 401 1673 2296 297s 3193 4241 1214 220 107 1(4! 2306 2912 340S 4267 !! 221 145 1414 2309 300S 1121 120 (833 217 119 1677 2313 3020 3S00 1217 1710 249 144 1691 2316 3027 3M6 1291 9211 260 171 1707 23C0 2C32 3aJ I24S 9241 257 903 170S 2394 3062 3633 4323 9130 291 909 1761 2397 3051 3517 434S 9620 301 91 1761 2111 3060 3 S3 1350 9533 101 914 1761 2120 3065 3511 4366 9(20 310 971 1717 2121 3074 3604 4373 973 317 975 1120 2447 36k7 3611 437 101st 349 911 1 1.23 3469 3113 3627 4397 10U.' 361 1021 ISIS 2179 1111 Hit 1113 10536 19S 1016 1163 2511 31S7 1715 COM 10SSS 127 1016 1171 2S23 3163 3716 Hii 1070 437 1111 1103 2SI7 3169 331 S29I 101.7 III 1116 190S 2667 3171 31! (Ill I0IS4 177 1123 1910 2603 3176 3172 650S 10971 497 1169 1914 2626 21SI 39f. S692 11021 611 113 1920 2614 3196 392S 6139 lllsl 630 1302 1935 2673 3197 3921 6912 1124 SSI 1216 1951 2677 3207. 3931 6993 1117? 611 1224 1979 2694 3227 3951 6014 11606 693 1279 2014 2712 S23S 3975 6176 1170 691 1309 20IS 2751 3234 3911 CI2 11109 699 1330 2011 2760 1212 3990 6711 11151 609 And HUty-ose (el) Bonds $000 Karb, num bers 1 t 91 174 426 661 662 771 911 19 97 293 129 661 116 119 930 26 141. 321 169 670 169 121 910 61 164 327 112 673 711 111 til 65 175 310 191 601 72S 157 913 67 111 112 610 602 754 173 4 70 220 317 631 605 773 III 1001 17 231 400 667 411 The bonds btarlnR the abova numbers will be jiaM at par at the ofrtce of thi uiulersirned. 135 Devonshire Street, Ilos ton. Mass, on the r'lrst Day of .tub, lul.1, with accrued Interest to that itite. after which dale Interest on said Hi. nils nlll erase In conformity with the terms of tha Trut Deed, The New England Trust Company, TRUSTEE, by JAMES R. HOOl'KR. IVe.Uent. Hoiton, Mass., June It, 1915. DIMDLNDs AMI INTKItll. Saslnga Ilanka, UNION DIME SAVINGS BANK 40th Street and 6th Avenue An Interest Dhldend (lllth Consecutive) has been declared at the rate ot Three and line-half Per Cent, per Annum. Crrdlted July 1. IMS, and payable on and after Thursday, July 15. iai., on all sums entitled thereto under the Ily-I.aws. Money deposited on or before July 10 draws Interest from ' July 1. mis. Al.t'.X. P. H. KIXX4.V, President TltANI'IS M. I.KAKi; TreaMirer. FRANK F. II.AIID, .Sccrclnry SEAMEN'S BANK FOR SAVINGS 71 ami 711 null Street. TiiKTitt'sTKi:siiAvi:i)iti)i:ui:i) that l.Vn:itl:.Sr be paid tn depmltnn. cn tltleil thereto for the slv months (ndlns Juni-.'io. 1015 (in account--not escecillng three thousand dollars at the rate of POUIt PKII fll.NT per hnnum Payable on and nftrr Monday, July In, lnli' DANIEL IIAHM'.s. Prc-ldmt. (il'.OIKii: M HAI.SK . Cashier. WILLIS TON II lli:.i:il( T. Sccrctaiy. New York, June null. mis. mii hi: Deposits to draw Intctcn from July 1st or Oct 1st or Jan 1st or Apr 1st must tie made on nr before the last clay of tho previous month NEW YORK SAVINGS BANK N. W. Cor. 14th St. and 8th Avenue. July 1, 1915, dividend nt the rate of FOUR PER CENT. per annum im all sums from IS to l.t,t) entitled thereto under the by-laws. iii:i'i)siiN maim: o sit nr.roiti: .11 1. v in mill mull ivnaiKsr 1 hum WILLIAM l'i:iSlNni:it, President. JAMKH L. WANDUMi. Treasurer WAI.lllit it llltlNCIiLIIIIOIT. Sec'y. HARLEM SAVINGS BANK IMTII ST. AND I. EMMiTON AVE. The trustees bae declared a semi-annual dividend at the rate sif 3-o Per Cent. Per Annum on all deposits entitled thereto according to the by laws, front 45 up to IS.OOi), jjav 1. lite, on and after Monday. July 19th, 191.V Money deposited on or before July 10, 1915, will draw Interest from J11I1 1st. 191.1 WILLIAM V.. TIlDTTFIt President. THOMAS It 1,'MUtT. s.crctar). G F. II II A N s A V I N G 1 II A N K IN THE CITV OF .NEW MIRK. Cor. 4th Ae. and tllh Street. New Vork. June T. 1915. Interest it tin- rate of Four (I) per centum per annum will be .ndlK-d de piisltnrs for the l month., ending June 30. 1H15. on all sums entliled theieio under the Hv laws not exceeding three thousind l3,(Ui0l Dojlirs, and will be payahlo on and after July list DepiMits m sde nn or before July 10th. 1115, will draw Interest from Jut) 1st, Intl.. AI.I'KED ItnKI.K Kit President. A Klll'l'lll, Tre.i.u er ' ware lor ueiii-eiy iturini- the fiscal vear -nme ...Tii, 1 nm.sTim, . . t,-- ' 1 1 "' ' depots of tho (Juariennaaier Corpt DRY GOODS ACTIVITY AWAITED H-'ed In bi.lulo. srhe.lules furnished i iipnii application tn C'u irlerminter Gen ' eral. I' S Army, WashliiBtnn. D c . or 'llrononilal" Shj llninilai'liirrrs rpppare ftip lluali. The Dry fjooda ,roiiniu(.sf says: "liven under norui.il flrcuiiistancrs ihe present Is apt to be a dull week In the l.irni-r dry kooiIh market. .fobbeiH art PienarliiB to inko Inventory, and tin j Iiiiki' retail Imycrs iln not ni.ihn their i .......... i i... .ii iiiii',ii .ini u in .in,-. nuiiiiTir is ii i i s .me: July 4. "Tho tllidciiyliid cunditloiis, howiver, are strong, and with more f.ivur thle In dlcMtloiiM lis to the iiiteniatlonal sltin Hon Anierli'itu tn.iiiiiliit'liuri'H mid ills trlbiiters me picp.irliiB for a new period of activity." DIVIDKNDI AND INTKREHT, 263rd Consecutive Semi-annual Dividend I.STAIII.ISIIi:il I2M4. The Bank of-New Yori National Banking Afoeialion. New York, June '-'2n(l, 1915. , The Ilostrtl of Directore have this day I declared a scmi-ntinual dividend of Ki(ht (S7r) per cent., payable on nnd after July 1st, 1915, I The transfer hooks will remain closed , from June L'&th, 1915, to July 1st, 1915. I JOSEPH ANDREWS, Cashier. ! PHILADELPHIA COMPANY ! IIIMKKNI) ,o. 133 I I'ltteburgh, l'a, June 21, 1915. 1 The Directors have this day declared a ' qirterly dividend ef I OXK AND ONK-IIAl.r I'Ell CKNT ! on the Common Stock, payable August 2. I 1916, to stockholders of record July 6, 1315. I Cheques will be m.itled C J. nitAL'.V, JR.. Treasurer. l.Kllllilt VAI.I.KV UAll.HO.U) COMPANY riilladelpliU, June 16. 1911. The board of directors of the Lehlrh Valley Railroad Combany have this clay deelared a quarterly dividend of tuo mid one-half per lent, tor $l.:s per share) on Ita prefeired stoi k to stockholders of record June 1915. and a quarterly dividend of tu and one. half per rent, (or $l.:.l tier share) on Its c ommon stouk to stockholders ot re or J June ib, 115, both pa) able Jul) 10. 1D1.V lht ks K ill be mailed, c J Kt'i.r. I ' Treasurer. .STANDARD Mil. UNO COMl'ANV. , 49 Mall strrel. , COMMON STOCK DIVIDHSD NO. 4. New York. June 3th. 191S. The Directors of this C .mpany have to day dei tared a dividend of TURKU (I'',) , I'UR CKNT from the earnlnrs of the Com- Jnny U"n the Common ftock. pajabls illy 15th, 1916. at the ottlces of the Com pany. No, 19 Wall Street. New York City, to stockholders of record July 6th, 1915. The transfer books of this Company will be rloed on July 4th. 1915. at three r. M , and opened on July 16th. 191S, at ten A. M. ! JOS. A. KNOX. Treasurer. 4)fflre of The I'nlted (las Improvement Co. N. W. Corner llroad and Arch Streets I Philadelphia, June 9. 191S. The Directors have this day declared a quarterly dividend of two per cent. ( 11.00 ner share), navahle Julv IS. 191S. tn iincJc. J holders of record at the cloee of bmlness June 30, 1S15. Checks will r,e mailed I, W. MORRIS. Treasurer. MERCHANTS EXCHANGE NATIONAL BANK of Ihe City of Nr Vork. June ;:. ins. The Hoard nf Directors have this dav declared a emt annual dividend of THHIJE PER c-k.VT free of ta, pavable on and after July I. 1SI. to stockholders of record I nt the clce nf ti-i.lne. June :i, 191s F E ANDIil'SS. Cashier. THE HANOVER NATIONAL I1ANU of Ihe ( ily nf Neil York. New Vork. June lsth. 1115. The Roard nf Directors have this dav declared a quarterly dividend nf FIVE I'ER CENT, payable on and after July 1st, 191S. The transfer books will remain closed untr that date ELMER V. WIIITTAKER, Cashier. 1 111: hank of AMr.it ica. New York, June IMh, 1PIS. 1 The nnant o' Directors have to-ilay declared a nnl-annual dividend of fourteen ill) percent free of tas. payable July 1st, WIS, to stockholders of record of this date The transfer bonks will remain closed until Jul) 2nd, tuts. W M RENNET. Cashlct i ... . l'lTTMU'lHill COAI, COVIl'ANV. ! Plt'sljurKh. Pa. June :2-d, 1915 The Hoard of Directors has this day de. clared a dividend nf one and One-quarter 1 1 1, 1 per cent on the Preferred stock. PDabl Ju'j Ilth. lit'- tn stockholders of re , ord at the close of bulne .In 15th. 1I5- F. J Li: MUVNE. Si'i-retary l'ltlll'l)l.s. PHOPtiS U I'nil 'iALVANIKRD STITKI. t-teei illllets. Itlvele Molts, Nittn, Washers, Hint Spikes, Missing Links, Meet Cable, K.ertrli Cable, llrass Wire. Chisels, Sheet llrase. Hrnnre liars Mrnss Tubing. Copper Tubing, f-n'der. Shinele. Wheelbarrows, .la. k. Suit, h Hlo.-ks. Counter llrushes, I'.lnt'iruslieii. l.lgh's Electric Light Clus ters. Wind .11 (ilaa.. C.iiks. lloee. Puking, Asbestos il.i.K. ts. Rubber VaHes Rubber snippers ll dier Uigglne. Cim as. sheeilng Che. s. lo b. Olli 'oth Manila Rope. Sasn lord, oikiim Leather Me.nng Leather. Pmeri 1". b. Sandpaper I'li.nuni. .klns, 'TI e lu 1. l anilles. Caidum Carbide. Lump Chalk Metal Polish. Snap Pnlleb Soap. Lie, It.Tor.i Ho.ks Itubbir Hinds, Paper. Index Cards. Mati'la Tags. Toilet Paper. Windows, and s'i prcss Lumber. -Scaled proposals w ill le re elied at the orttce of the Genera' Purchasing tifflcer. The Panama Canal, Washington, D C, until 10:30 a m, July lti, 1915. at which time they will be opened In public, for furnishing the above. men , Honed article Illanks and general In- formation relating to this Circular iN'n. 913) may be obtained from this ofllce or the offices of the Assistant Purchasing Agents, !l state street, New Vork City. 14 Whitney Central llulldlng, New Or leans, La., and Fort Mason. San Francisco. Cal . also from the I' s Engineer Offices in tlie toi.nning cttien: feattie, Wash.: lew Ang cs. t'al . Hiltlmore, Md.; Phila delphia 1-1 Pittsburgh, Pa.. Hoston, I Ma's- Mutta:o. N , Clexeland. Ohio, ( In. mnall Ohio Chicago, III.. St Louis, 1 Mo . Detroit. Mich . Milwaukee, Wis , St. Paul, Minn., Chattnnooga. Tenn. . Louis. Mile, Kj , Mobile. Ala . and lialveston, Tex 1 Cotnnier. lal Club Knn.as City, Mo. Chamber of I'nmmeree, cjiilncy. III., and 'Commercial Club, Tin 0111.1, Wash F V , Hoggs. Major. Curtis .if Engineers, IT. S. A., Deiicral Purchasing Otlb er I l'ltol'OSAU-! FOR STEEL SHAPES AND I PLATE! Scaled proposa.s will be recelxed .at the "lib e nf the General Purchasing loitber, The Pnnama Canal Washington. I D C. until 10-30 a m. June 30, 1!U, at 1 which time the) will be opened In public. . .,, Litv ,. ', r-iiit-iii iiiurii isr- tb tes Illanks and general Information re lating to this clicular i.Nn um may be nbtaliied trnm this oillci or the cilices of the Asaistnut Puri'ha.liiK Agents. 24 stnte Street. New Vork city, ant i'.H Whitney central llulldlng. New- OrleatiH, La . also fnim the 1' S Engineer Oltb cs In the fol billing emeu. 1 1 .1 1 1 11 1 r e, Md.. Philadel phia, l'a.. Pittsburgh, Pa. Ilostnn, Mass, I'hlmgii. III., and SI Louis, Mn. I. c. Hogg. Ma.lor, Corp nf Engineers, U. S. A , irn-r.il 1'iiichaslng Ollbcr. I Seated propoiialB In triplicate will be re. I selicd In Ihe (jii.irleriii.i.lei (lencril of I the Army. Washington, It. c. until 3 I nVlm k p. 111., Eaeh-rn time, June 2D, 1913, I lor furiii.blng leather and hariiers hard- hi- Depot Quartermaster. 39 Whitehall S ieot New Vritk Cltv i Imports of Merchandise. The impiirts of dry goud and general merchandise at the port of New York for the week ended .1 litis 11, as compared with the picilous week and Ihe corresponding ween in itiit. iiMinii Week Previous week 1SH. II. 3.1. ..l.i l.'.T-.is,JI3 IT Is , .'2 In (OS I .til .lUII.- 19. Ilrs gimds :.;:i. Jii.l lien mdsc If HII.13H Tut lis. llLDJi 042 I'rs.iu January 1 : 111.93:1.11,7 !H,20i; ST3 June I'i Plev week 1ST 1129 I3 510 I9T.09I Dr) goods General iinlse l.Vi.913 3il 39k, 138 103 Total 14(1,1(1,711 1411,(24.707 Cincinnati, Indianapolis & Western Railway Company KKOROAXtZATIOX. To the Holder of rertlfleatra of Deposit of The t:iittahle Trust Company of New York, Issued under the Iloiidliold era Aurrement, datrd .Inly 9th, 1014, for Cincinnati, Indianapolis A Western Kalluay Company l'lrsl anil Itrf und ine Mortgage (Four Per Cent, Vlfty Tear) (iold Honda, and for The In diana, Decatur ft Western Itallnny Company I'lrat Mortgage Use. I'er Cent, (Forty lear) Cold llondst Referring to the r.bove mentioned Ilond holders' Arr-mnt. the undersigned Com mittee hereby gives notice that It hits pre pared and adopted a Plan and Agreement for the reorganization of Cincinnati. In dianapolis & Western Railway Comrmnv and has lodged copies of such Plan and Agreement with The Kqultable Trust Com pany of New York, the Depositary of the Committee, at Its office No. IT WMI Street. In the City of New York. The Plan of Reorganisation has been ap proved by the ReorginUatlnn Committee, of which Mr. Frederick It Kcker ts chair man. Holders of Certificates of Deposit ere requested to present the same promptly to The Kqultable Trust Company of New York In order that there may be noted th-reon the assent of the holders thereof to the Plan and Agreement of Reorganiza tion All holders of Certificates of Deposit lsie, under said landholders' Agreement. ho shall fall to dissent from said Plan and Agreement In the manner, upon th erms and within the time specified In said Rondhnlders' Aereement, shall be con. cluslvely and finally deemed for all pur pose to have assented to the Plan an4 Agreement of Reorganization and to the terms thereof. Copies of the Plan and Agreement ef Reorganization miy be obtained from the Depositary or from tne Secretary of the Committee, Dated, June 12th, 1918, WILLIAM A. It HAD, Chairman) .1. AI'fll'STI'H IIAKXARI), IIKNIIY K. COOPER, niKDKRK'K II. KCKKIt, (iKOIMiK K. JOHNSON. II. F. WII1TCOMH. AI.HKHT II. WIC.OIX. I. t'.DML'ND ZACHEIt. Committee. CADWALADKR. WICKKHSHAM A TAFT. Counsel for landholders' Committee. F K. MOW LB, Secretary. :4 Nassau St., N-ew York, N. Y. THK KQUITAHI.E TRUST COMPANY OF NEW YORK, Depositary, IT Wall St.. New Tork. N. T. Cincinnati, Indianapolis & Western Railway Company REORGANIZATION. To the Holders of Cincinnati. Indianapolis A Western Hall way Company First nnd Refunding Mortgage (Four ler Cent. Flit Year) Gold nondat The Indiana, Deeatnr Western Hall way Company First Mortgage Fixe Per Cent, (Forty Year) Gold llondst Notlre Is hereby gtven that the I'lin and Agreement for the reorganization of Cin cinnati, Indta,napolls A We.tern Railway Company, which has been approved, and adopted by the Ron lhnlders' Committee mentioned In nhe foregoing notice, baa been approved and adopted by the under signed Iteorganliatlon Committee, and copies thereof have been lodged with The Equitable Trust Company of New York, the depositary under the Plan and Agree ment of Reorganization. Holders of the above mentioned bonds who have not already deposited their bonds wdth the nondhnldrs' Committee and who desire tn participate In the re. organization, mut deposit their bonds, bearing the coupons maturing on and after July 1. 1011, with the said depositary on or before June 30th. 1115. Holders of Certificates of Deposit ef The Equitable Trust Company of New York, mentioned In the foregoing notice, who assent to the Plan nnd Agreement, are re quested tn present their Certificates of De rwieit tn said depositary promptly, tn order that there may be noted thereon the as. sent of the holders thereof to the Plan and Agreement nf Reorganization. Dated. June 12th, 1S15. FREDERICK II. KCKER. Chairman! .1. At'fil'Tt'S n AltNAHD, 1IENKY K. COOPER. GKOIUiK K. JOHNSON, II. F. WHITrOMII, AI.HKHT II. WK.CIN, I. F.D.MFM1 7 ( HER. Ilenrgnnlintliin Committee. CADWALADER, W1CKERS1I AM TAFT, Counl for Reorganization Committee. F E MOWI.E. Secretary, : Nassau St . New Tork, N. T. THE EyUITAHLi: TRl'ST COMPANY OF NEW YORK. Depneltary, 3T Wall St. New York. N. Y. .Mnile Hliiniriithiil (iris Lles-nar. ' Mnxle Hlumenthal, to whou an $5ft a plate dinner wns Riven on Wednesdiiv nlcht, appeared nt the ni:irriaRe license, bureau in the Municipal Hullillnc Into yesterday afternoon with Miss Mitlse Meiers, Ills bride-to-be They olitalned n llccnso and will be married within a few days, they said Army and Nasy Orders. WASHINC.TON. June :6 The.e army orders were Issued to-day. Cnpt (1 T Perkins, Coast Artillery, to Hith Company First Lieut E W Wlldrtrk. Coast Ar tillery, from West Point Academy to coast defences of eastern New York Capt P. Willis, Coast Artillery, from Eightieth Company to unae!gned list. Major I. Hardsman, retired, to active duty for genera', recruiting at Columbus Harracks, Ohio, relleslng Capt. F. U Ora ham, retired These navy orders were Issuedt Rear Admiral C J Rouih, to command ant Honolulu nasal station. Capt O It Clark, from atd for educa tion to member examining and retiring boards, Washington. Lieutenant-Commander F. L. Sheffield, to the Loulslnna. Lieutenant-Commander J. D Walnirrlght, from the Vermont to the Columbia as eserutll e Lieut E D Washburn, from the Texas to etiarge cadet naial 111 tl It la . Hoston. Lieut. V N Hleg, from the Nor-li Caro lina to the Eric. on. Lieut (' 1 Wendfor. from New Tork yard to radio station, Sayillle, L I. Lieut II W Mri'ormaik from Ness York yard tn squadron radio officer. At lantic fleet Lieut J H. Slaley, from the Paulding to inspector uf ordnance. Bridgeport. Conn Lieut .). c Latham from assistant navr nttache, Pxrls. to I'nlted States and wait orders Lieut J. c Lalzure. from the North Carolina tn hnme for orders Lieut 1 1. r Dun'), from New York yard to tin- Smith Carolina Lieut. It P 1' Merlewskl, from the Cul- goa to the Paulding. Midshipman W I Chllds. tn the t'ulgoa llldshlpmui I. Wood to the Culgoa Pav-eil Asslsian' Surgeon It II lyden, tn marine ntlb .-re hi hool. Gettysburg, Pi. 1 Passed Asel-lant Surgi on 11 II W. French from tlie Mar) land to nnxal bos 1 pllal. New York ells'. ! Passed Assistant Surgeon P r Slal naker. from the North Dakota tn the Co. I iumbla 1 llnxements of Ntnal Veses, WASHINGTON', June if, The tender Seiern, tug Potomac and suhm.ulnes c-1. It'-:. C-J t'-l and cr. hue arrlsed at Aimirantc ttay, suiimarine 1; 2 at New Vurk .t.ird. submarine I) J and bsttlesbltis Vlrgluli and ilenigla nt N. iitmrt. gun boat Marietta at Ki-i- We.t. deetrni er Jenkins at Norfolk, tolller Vereue at Lam bert Point. InMlesliip 1 ,.1 11 1 1 in 1 ,it Hamp lon Uoad. ili-Hlriivor .louelt at M'bllii.tone Lan.lllll- and i-rulscr N. 11 tl-lans and -.im ply ship ilia- l-r 1 1 11 1' is Tli .-I'.llsr Ab.ir -i 'a ha -m''-! f-n-n Amu) fnt .-IiiiukIiiiI. ins Ai.ip.il,. f .mi. S.u Dlegn for Mare Ul,nd. .1 e-niei ', ,ii,. from I'li.f-'esuin f'-- Sew 1. m 'ter u can from llampt.ui Il.n1 f ir I , n.le pi l . 11 nder IrU fr im Sao Dleg f e .11 .r I 1 miller Saturn fmm thhu-ii 1 H'eme. Ion despati h lin.ii Vatiktnn from New IVork urd fsK N'ewpon uml gunboat Sac ramento froia Tamplco for Vara Crua. WEATHER FORECAST Wnslifn&rton Proilictions for To-dny nnd Tti-inoiTOW. For eastern New Tork and New Jersey, partly cloudy tn-iln) ! In-murriitv tit Ir not much rbnnge In temperHturri inmlerate snittherly winds. Tor New KngMnd, fair to.day and to morrows light varl.ib'e winds For western New York, partly cloudv to.day and to-morrow, light and variable winds NEW YORX. June The rressura wns moderntely IiIeIi )eterdy along th'a Paolfli: coast, over the plains States and nit set-ttons eastward, nnd continued moderate'.)- low- over the Rocky Moun tain .ind plntenu States There .ns no storm formation apparent! nn general rain nnd nnlv widely scattered loi al showers. it was warmer In the I'nMern States and the tendeicy was tow unl higher tem peratures over most of the country. In this city -he dav was fair and warme-. wind. Hunt o'itheasterly. nvernrl hit-nldin. I.', per ceti'., barometer, cor rected tn re,,d tn tea leitt, at s, A.M. S0.0O, 1 P. M . :9.tiS The tcmper.vur- tn this city yestsrdsy. as rerorded bv -.he oW-lil thermometer, Is shown In the nnned tablet inl'i 101 1 I 191.4 1911, OA. M sj" 1 P M.. ..TD Ml 12 M 71 s:- u p M. ,.r,t Ml .H'.M . TI ,)'.lld. ... 01' td Hlcht-st ti-nip-rature. T4 nt 3 10 P.M. Loacst tcmperntute. IV, nt r,:ISA. M. EUROPEAN MAILS. The Itnllnn liner Duct d'Ao.ta. mlllni to-dav for Nnp.e.. wl'l take tiuill, cloelnsj oelng .rbl.t, onlt o-daf 1 n :au t ai, inr h-i.v, ii'i;na-l I ri.rui.u I iiumania. . 11 i-rim. 1 nn.i urceco w nen sp-cia.jv Hntre..-cl. Thn French !lr.r Niagara, silling to- for Hordeauv. v 1 1 1 take mall, cluing noon, for Fran-e, Rumania, Huigarliu Serbia, Swltzer.art I Ita.v Spain. l'nrturaS Kgypt. Ornre, Ilrltl.h Indl., llrlttsh nasi Atrlca, Slam Ma.ti, niiraltar Cevloti, Straits Settle-nente. Dirh Kast Indie. We.t Austra.la. I'er.la and for other coun trl.s (exiept tJerniHitv, Austila. Hungarv, j Luxemburg and Turkey) whin specially 1 aililresavi, I The American liner New York, sailing I to-day for Liverpool, will take mall, clns. ilng at 1:10 A.M., for llurope e. ept (.ermatiy. Austria. Hungary. Luxemburg I nnd Turkey). Africa, West Asia and the l.nl innie. The Holland-America steamship Nooi dam. jal'lng to-lav for Falmouth and Itotterdim. will lake nail, closing at s:3D trla. ... . .w num. n ci .'in v.ermanv. ,aii.- lltinrar). l.uxemb irg nnd Turkey) when specially addressed. only MARINE INTELLIGENCE. MINIATURE ALMANAC 111 rt) pii 1 31 'Moon rises 731 Sun rises, i.ia'Sun sets. HIGH WATER THIS DAV, AMI .! j Sandyll'tt AsiGov.Is1and.; oJHe!IOate....8:S j LOW WATER THIS DAY. 1 . .... AM! Mt All . BandyH'k.l! 1: 'Cov.IslAnd. 1 IT Well Gate. .2.17 Arrlsed-riHIIAY. June :S. Ss Cadiz. 1110 A M . Cadiz. June 14 "s Richmond, 5 A M . London. June 11 -s Portusur.e Prince. 11 A M . Rreat. June tl Qitehra. ::tn P. M . Liverpool. June 13, S-s Drunirltffe, ' ;Z'J P M , Rarcelonm, June 10 Ss Venh, 8 IS A M Itirhtdos June 15. Ss Vlnl.md. I -31 A M.St Lucia. June in S Canill.i, T ir. A M Preston, June 11 . S Colon r:o; A M . Crlstob.il. June is, Ss Sintlagn. I A .M . Manzanillo. june n. Ss Samla. 1: A M . Jamaica. June rl S. Mundale. inn P M . Matanzas. June II. Ss Rayn. Raton Rouse. Jute IT Ss Citv of Montsnn-erj. savannah. June r Ss -an Mircns, Mobile. June 1? -s Madi'ott Nnrfnlk June C4 Ss Kanin l'h'.'idel-.ii June ; Ss Delaware I'hitnielphia. Juno M ARRIVED TROM NEW YORK Ss Rcrzensfiord. at Bergen S Nieiiw- mstenlam at Falmouth S SxniH-ld. at I'li-mnnlh j Ss V.iuh.m. at Lnniinn SAILED FOR NV.W YORK Ss Tcna.iorcs. from Havana OUTGOING STEAMSHIPS. Mil lo-day Mall- 1essl Sail. 1 2 1 it 1 2 no m ir) M 3 o) p M um m 11 1 A M 12 (SIM 11 OA M 12 on 12(11 M" 1S0UM .1 on P M 1 ( I M 12 no M 1 ! P M 1 ll p If .110 p II 3ISI P M 3 111 P M Close. Nnnrdsm. Rotterdam.. Dues d'An.ta. Naples. Ncv York. I.Herpnnl . Niagara. Rnrdeaux Thrmltnees. I 'I rami c :si A M s l A M : A M IS KIM Havana. Nassau $ no A V Ilrarns. ,s,m Juan .... k.niAM llertr.udlan.Hcrtnu.1a. sniAM ( alaniarcs. Cristobal DniAM MandeM!'. Kln.'stnn U.TO A M Ilorlnnuen. San .In in City nf Montgomery, tia- lannah llurnn. .lack-nnvllle Creo e New Orleaui Alamo Tampa Nueces, (.ahestnn. Madison. N'ufiilk El Snl, ti ilie.Ntnn Mil Ua eo. Ilrunswlck S ill Monday, June :v (Din Giorgio Napli s 1- 30 A M !.' o M 3 ") A M l: 00 M 3 l.l l l 3 00 P M i: 00 M 12r1M 12(1) M 3 UO P M I'.itrl-. Marsi-iiii. Meldrpskin Il.llna Ed" P.cnv, Itin .laui ini Tokuyii Mam. Vl.ullMi- slok. .. Ion- p. S.in rrnncl.co. . , Jfficrviu. Norfolk hall TiicmIii), June ZD, Ocean Prince. Monte. Ideo . Mnhaw It. Jiteli-.nm lllc ( li) "I Ciilumbu., Sa -insh Hamtltiin. Norfolk. 12 rM 3 00 P M 1 no p it 3 OH P M 3I) P M INCOMING STEAMnillPil. Due To-day. Delawirr London Nascent Newport Trondhlemsfiord lierjen San iiUitllcliun.. Palermo. . Kura I'lyuiiiuth. Ardearroch.. London Ilattlnln Arcatne., Glb'altar rrrilerlck I.uckcnbach. Cristobal .. .Mar 14 May 31 .Juno j June 1.1 June Pi June p) June 9 June 17 June 11 June 11 June 1) .June 11 June M .June 19 .June 11 .June 11 .June 11 .June in .June It .June 21 June II June 11 June 11 June 2d June 11 June 23 June 21 .June 2j .June 21 Sntitiagn.. Clcnfucgns.. Satsunia Il1 re .. Lord Ormonde . Drannensflurd . Concho, Philadelphia.... Tonawands En ptlana Veendyk lleluler htrathsprey Mohawk Hal re .. Chrlstimla Galveston.. Liverpool Liverpool , 1 owcy Rotterdam Genoa Barcelona Jacksonville..,, Due To-morrow ... . Liverpool .. . London . . . Huclx-.i t'oloti Para . .. Nuexltas Galvr-ton . . . . Cameronla Tnknta Maru Marlteres Iloiton Cnstle Denis Yumtirl. . . El Mar. . El ( Id.. 1 Ity of Columbus New Orleans.. . tiax-iitinah Due Mnuda) , June 21. I nndon Minnehaha June in .Juno 1) .June 14 June 1 June 12 .June 22 .June 2.1 .Juno n June -.', June 2.1 ..liiue ?! June 21 June 25 N.ixurili lirlstl.mlatlord, 1'neitii . Mntchl 1'arucz (iUlltl.1., Slxuola 1 cimilorcs ( atolln.i i:i (irlcntc. . Moiiiii . Aiiip.tlioc. IJs erpool Hcreen London . ... 'I unl San Juan st 1 .,'!1,1 .... I'uetin Harriot. Itax.iu.!..- . San Jum.. calx-, stun.. .. New Oilcans. JiicUsiitivnic.... InronitiiK Vessels, Ily IVIreleaa, I Ss Philadelphia, Liverpool, reported that I elu would iln.-l, .iiiid:iy tniirtllng Ss E Oil New Orleans '..-a nii'ra southaeit 01 iumutnii siinai ,11 noon c-tetitiy Ss Fl Orietite, Galii-.tiui, 'si miles south ot .luiuti'i- .11 iinnti . Comet iblne, :;i miles eolith of Sandy llnnli at lioiitl -. Cn.x nf Coltitnbus Sav.1nu.1l1. (5 miles nnrtbi'.i.i of 1'riittk Pan nt noon Ss Mi.bnxi U. .1 11 Usonx inc. 16 tulles south nf Muni) nun t ai . 1- .11 Ii ..Ii ml Pint Arthur. Su miles north of .I11111I1 1 ai ii'kmi El V ill.-, lialveston, 2f,l miles east of i. ill c-ion bat- at tiooii 1 Ss .iluriu I'isinti i.i. :iiv) null s .ouih of Hat lei is n iinnti s iii .I11.111. Mitilt.i, fiia mllis south of ! s till s ItooU nt mum. .. I'crd-itii.n I'.ut Arthur. 121 nille north ' 111 lii.ittiiuiil simai at llnnli '' li-iiw.i.iii -.1 ntde -ouih of 1. .is I' . !. it ' I' M - 11 ' -X I''" .i' '! Illlli-s south of .' IpH. I ,l ' Ml s. XI,.., 1 1. iii,. inn ! m l'-s west nl T01 1 1 .a. .t s 1 1 ; .... 1 "..11 xiiiiu miles northwest , 'V- ' 1 ,. 11111.11 Ss s ilo .c M oUiiv, .0 nulla south of Egraout Key t 7 P. 11, 12 I I IW