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11 THE SUN, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1915. COTTON IRREGULAR, WITH STEADY TONE fTiorl- Disturbed by Forecast of an Aflantic Coast Storm. Tin; TKXAS CHOP OUTLOOI T- i c In rottnn RM somewhat of a . in affair yesterday, with prices itluWlnl ;i ROOd il ni of In ckhIh I ity. l- tiouKii tin- bMnei of wciikm nut irtltl 9V9fl on MCllnMi ilTwrpOOl sale ..f l0i(M biles cum In fur liderabl itiiiiiont. altftOkltl II I i li 1k-v.iI (hill hlR rxpotl ,it ion Ih Kngllf.li tni-k nro lrely aynelbM for t lie big buciiicHg now be lt' P fr rr. InK It sr. it Ihroufh, The spurt .it Hit open- etc toy ing in Liverpool era uorioaa iu me foreign rs-lviiige situation and most ft .nlvatii'" l"l bi-fore the New V . . i K BIMlB Short! were again 9. ,ird In nilil bjf the nttOtinOMMIlt fPOF the . iftotl Weather lUireau tliat storm Warning had heen iH.sted alone the uitio roast Indications or t ,, Miean dlatUrbanCa of Brest lutein s.ly. Thia advanca disappeared aa a tf ' ihe htateinenl from the local aeather bureau to the effect Hut noth ing ara known then- about Hi- inciter. Hritl9efrt la bearish amotHC the trade v t r . a and bulls 9999 to be pinning i , itth lo an tlpactad outburst of public 9B9. alatlmi. owing to renew.d interest in cotttl. Trad mil ice are murh mora astls fi lor) than they have .been. Yam eIn report a good business and the sutto gOOM market art showing health anil hi ladneaa. Bleached Rood are de cidedly tlrm and oloreil goods are ac tive ,imt stronger. A letter from a Fori Worth, Tex . spot firm has the following to say In r- iraril to the outlook ill that Htate : It Ik unite true that a Berfe. t flood rf hud reports began to come In about last Tuesday. Previous to that the gen ITal ImprtaalOft had been that the Texas ra'iis would add to the crop. The plant then began to look aa if its vitality pre jniM t" the slorm had been overesti mated, and following the high wluda and torrential rains It seemed to sim ply lie down and give up. It was this condition whtcb caused the great change In TeXU advices of the past week However, most men who looked the crip over again during the last two days are much less pessimistic, but ai If Improvement Is all in the future, and 1 am now of tho opinion that the Fexai condition of three weeks ago was really much worse than we had been lo.l to believe. "The late cotton will do well unless there Is an early frost If the frost dale Is early there will be a very marked charge In the final result, much so than Is usually the case." Futures closed ateady. Ora-n-Hith-Low (Tea- Pre. nit eat rit ins. eloi Oeinljer.. Ml .M MI 9.991 I B 74 19 ' May D-rnilier 1102 low 9 w ie rH in it 10 ..r..i- June January. u 1 10.41 10 r.i 192Sg ini M '.'.'810.1 J uly Mar li. . t il I" 4 19.31 10 '"Mi 10 51 10 6ffl0 .7 i Mjy W.M 10 8C. 10 a. 10 T3'o 10 74 lO WfJIO TO Spot cotton at New York was quiet, 10 nolnts advance Middling, 9.85c Southern soi mmrkatl were unchanged, 10 to 13 points advance, with New Or leans ;i 4 4c. OalVMtOn 9.7.U.-.. Savannah throughout tha loom State and a crop estlmata by Snow pointing to a crop of 2,tt, 000.000 buihela on hla tlmst of tha area, or 8.071,000,000 buahel on the Government area. The Weatem cash market, however, were very Meady, and with tha advance In wheat ahorta became fairly good buyers, re aultlng In an Improvement of about a cent a buahel. Western receipt were only 297,000 buahel and In four day have decreased 2,(00,000 buahela com pared with last year. Trading in oat wa quite ctlve, with value firm, improving on the good do rifetle demand for oaah oata, which were 11. 1 higher at weatern point. There were alio eome export order In the market, and rumor were current of a fair bualnena, although the amount was not atated. 8mm estimate of tlhe crop was l.MO.OOO.OOO bushel, against the Uovernment estimate of 1, 402.000,000 hush' but month, and tha pievlous record In 1912, of 1,411,000 004 bushels. The market for provlalona wa active. I'ork broke to new low level on th disappointing statement of product stock for the month. The stock of pork ahowed a reduction of only 3.000 bbls , and la nearly double that of last year, l'rlcea rallied later, and the close wa THE BOSTON MARKET Chicago prices : Open Hlh Iaw- Clo Prer Wheat: Ing eat eat. In close. September ... fKi MTU tf.i 7tk H Uecemher 4 Htf H !m Hlf May i . w t7i, Js Corn : September... 7it 7SH "H '- BH Dbomrdk , mm ss' n tn- May l4i to'i ! Oatt Septemher... JH s;i 3i .ins 'i Ilecemtier . . MS iS May M! 31't JVS , 3i Pork: September. . .. II.M n 10 IM lt.0J H0J October 1J30 13 Jl K 77 13 00 MJl Lard 1 Seutemher. .. I oj mo I nj 10 I 0.tnbr I.IU 127 110 120 117 Rib: September. .. 07 12 Ml ' M I Oi lobar 130 134 1.15 Ml Ml Boston, Bept. 2. The mining hare market wa dull and fractionally lower to-day. Decline were moderate, how ever. Light trading wa alao noticed In Induatrlal and railroad stock. The weaker tone M New York was reflected In the market here. The summary : Open- High- Low- Clo Sale in. 11 Ahmeek 100 109 Alaska 134 300 Altnmah t 10 A lionet 6444 tojn Amer Zinc MS M Anaconda . 000 Ariiona Com II 1303 Butt a Superior. M . Calumet Aril. . 44 ton Calumet 4 H- ia . more New York wheat prices were : Open High- low ing, est. eat. Septemher Oloe ing. loss THE SUGAR MARKET. I eater IteBncd agalet tarea Price Irregalar. aj I The raw sugar market waa quirt yesterday and continued elor. Prompt Cubas were offered down to 4 64 cent, but refiners could not be Induced to enter the market. In the absence of sales spot quotations were purely nominal. I'ubae were quoted at 4.77 cents and Porto Rlroe n.t 4 .58 cents. The raflned sugar market waa quiet both as regards wlthdrawala and new business. The Arbuckl refinery ad vanced Its quotation for Cuban to 6 centa. Otherwise refined prices showed nj change. The sugar futurea market at the Cof fee Exchange wa quiet, with prleea Ir regular. The near positions were easier In aympathy with lower offerings of spot, while the more distant dollverles wvre relatively ateady. Prleea were 1 September October November. December . January . . . February . . March 231 Copper Rame 100 Kan Kutte I.i Franklin 00 Orsnby " Greene Cananea . f0 Indiana n Pake 10 I .a Halle 10 Maat Conaol fo Miami 130 Mohawk 1X6 New Arcadian too New Mi n ra) Nlpieeing 300 North Butte 20 North Lake 10 Osceola 30 Pond Creek F3 Qulncy 30 Shannon 141 Shattuck 110 South Lake 12S Superior Boa to Suiterinr Copper IIS Tamarack 171 r S Smelling . 49 U S Smelling pf 4"i Ptah Aiiex o Plab Conaol Svo Wolrerln RAILROADS 4 Roelon A Albany 1 lyi Button Kle ateil 43 Ooiton a Maine V Maine Central . . Pa) Mana Electric. . . ton Mum Flee pf... no n y n I a h 14 Old Colony MS 12s g HQ 6'k 10V, MS . 7 10s S f't 30 , I . 33 17S . It 71, 21S s s . 2S t.2S . 41 . 4S ;t . 13 4S 24S 7 m 40 47 140 10 Yermont am,., no eat 1001, 33S 1 MS MS 13'. K 44 44 M'i I2S S 4S M 14' ' t 27S 7S 10S S SS so 1 QW 5 7S J.-.S 7 2S 24 f,.l 41 47 3S 13 4V 12 77 24S 97 7S 40 : 140 lit eat MS 33 't 2S t,4S ma SOS 33 S 2S GOSSIP OF WALL STREET. tH I 44 L, mm b4S 121 H 43 3!0 r,s I3 IQ tola, 27 72S toi, S H Jn I 43 17 IT. JS n 2 ''2'i 40 'a 4 S 3i 13 4 1 b70 60 12S a MS 40 kS 13S 1 is , 101 27S I 72S 1 ima 1 s 30 S3 QM IS sM 7 IS 24 M 4S 4'a 3S 13 44 A Coal Contract. It was reported ysterday that the Virginia Iron, Coal and Coke Company had closed a contract with the llrltish Government for the delivery of 800.000 tons of bituminous coal at a price of 14.85 a ton f. o. b. Th price Is a high one for coal In bulk and such a contract would undoubtedly be a most profitable one for the company. There was 110 trad ing in the stock At the company offices In this city knowledge of ny uch Contract was denied, but It was admitted that the negotiations might have been made through the Roanoke, Va., offices. 147 7S 4S IN "S 3' tjQ 140 115 !S MS I 'a 3!' 44 1(0 us MISCEI.LANKOPS HA VI ML Inn Pool." Speculators In the ordnance stocks have made a good deal of money aa a rule, but most of those who have had anything to do with the Aetna Ex plosives shares are sajlng hard thing boat them These ar the only ord nance share in which outsiders have not been successful and It Is asserted that the market has been so handled that they could not. The stocks have gone up with the others, but aa aoon as a considerable oataMt following was attracted all bid would be filled up promptly and the market would de cline sharplj. Then, when it was around the low point again, announcement was suddenly made of another Issue of a million or so slock to be underwritten by a banking syndicate. Some Irasci ble speculator go so far as to say that a regular "milking pool" lias been In operation. It Is possible, however, ftiat the company's method of acquir ing new plants by making payment thertfor In stock has something to do with the Way the market has been filled up With stock from time to time. If Am Agr Chem. .43 S3 48 S3 77 Am Agr Chm pf 9 ST. 9 M M Am Pneti Serv pf lRi, K,i 1S "i" 77 Am Sugar 110 110 110 no 42 Am Sugar pf m UK no 110 ITS Am Tel Tel IM P3S Itltt III". 400 Am Woolen pf 'US 9' 9! M P! A Q W I 12S 13 US 13 loan A o w 1 pf... -9S 29', :9 34 Edlanu :;ll 232 23'.' 232 10 (Jeneral Electric .1:4 174 173i, i:3i 42 Maes Gas 91 91 9m, 90S 1 Maaa .... pf 4P, ITS ITS ITS 31 MeElwaln pf h 9 94 9 9 Pullman ISO 10 iso 100 M Swift a Co tvo 120 119 '9S M Pnlted Fruit 134 134 I3IS UJ aw Piuled Shoe Mch 4S 49S 4U, 49 too Pnlted Shoe M pi :9s 29S 29', MS 1744 P S Steel 74S TflS 74", T4", t I! 8 Steel pf Ill II 111 112 1T7 Ventura Oil 12 1 ll US IM Wnllaatnn Land . IS IS IS IS BONDS 110 Am Agr Ch 0a 1.'4 Mis MS MS 97S I3OU0 A i I W I It . 71S Til, 7IS 71S IOH0 Maaa Oaa 4i,a 1931 9tS B 9I V: 1000 New River Oa N N M 74 44100 Swift Ot 90S S 90', MS MOO Weatem T A T Oa 9, : MS 9' S THE BOSTON CURB MARKET. April. . High- Low- doe- Prer. tat. Set Ing clot 1.00 3 00 3 SO I St I 3 44 3 41 I 41 I SO 3 12 3.11 1 12 1 SI 1 II 3 17 I 14 1.20 I 01 I 04 1 or, I OS I II 1 05 1.01 3 04 I 09 3 01 1 II 1 10 3 It 1.12 I 14 I 14 t. Boston curb closing THE COFFEE MARKET. ai..) M The at. r. Houston inphis 0.350i New Orleans l'rlcea arere ; 0n HI ill Low ing l.tOe.! Augusta I.SSc. Folarea Agali II to II Polata Decline l.oaaea of sale N.OOO Bags. prices continued their market . losed Clo- Prer. ins 1 loae October ' 1.71 n 19 '.:tf 9M M4i I 9 De.emlier m vh i.t '. u 9 '.'9 vi, 9 : January. IK 10:;: Ml 1.1IM.M M.1MM Tie Liverpool market opened quiet. Tlifcie was .1 laic., buslne in spot cot ton, 6. Old 1,000 I'ricea steady. th middling :, ialas, jo, odi) ales . American, Liven!"! polntt at dacilna at rti eipts. none. dosed barely low est (.7t s VI Clot ma 0. 7M, r.4 1. MH 0 a "rer rluae. 0 V-S r, 9 2 Open Hl;h- mil eal Del Nov 9.17 t.m Jan Feb 0 92 0 9 Maroh.ABgtl 5.97 S 97 May juih' 4.01 nis t.at 9. at t. Btavm A. II. bids to Liverpool were: October, I.Ttc. 1 January. 10.10c. i March, 10.i:ic. The mark! there Is due to open to-day IP-j to point ad vance. Receipts and stock were: I'ufYee futures decline yesterday, showing further losses of 6 to 9 points on sales of 8,000 bags. The cables were disappointing, showing a rather sharp decline In ex change and weaknesa in the Rio spot market Offers In cost and freights at Hrasil were unchanged to 10 points off. In the local spot market prices were easier. Rio 7s were quoted at t oenta and Santo 4s lwH cent. Brazilian markets were Irregular on Wednesday. IPo 7s were 7S rels lower al 4IS2Tj, while Santos 4s were un changed at .".$J.r0. Rio and Sant.w re ceipt totalled r.8.000 bags. Sao Paulo had I'.non and Jundlaliy 11,000, The rate of Rio exchange on London was lowered to 11 llfd. Prices were : BotToN, Sept. prices follow : Bid Alrarado SO Bav State lias 10 Betole 50 Bingham 7 notion Ely JJ Butte A London 10 Calavers IS California Corbtn 04 Chief Coneolidated M Conaoltilated Arttnua 7S I Conaolldatetl Copper n, 1 Cortet 40 i Crown Reserve 32 Davie Daly 1 S 11 1 Eatle A flluebell IS Firat NStioiiHl Copper 7S ! fioldfleld Consolidated 1S i Houghton 2S Iron Bloatom 44 La Rote 40 Majestic 40 Aaked .to .It l.ao I 30 .34 In OS .17 ,M 14. SO .40 IS t'. 2S 'S 3 .00 ,M INSURANCE RIDDLE IN LOST WAR PRIZE Owner of Cotton on Canadia, WfMketl After It Was Seized, Wants $33,200. BETTER BUSINESS SHOWN. iat. niiiiry iai 1 ii t . Mine of America 2S S Mexican Metal 21 ,M Nevada Iiouglas 50 . New Baltic 3 3S New Cornelia M 09 Ohio Copper to .10 Old Dominion re.eipts 7S 7S Oneeo I IS Riker Hegeman 5S 4 Snuthweat Miami 1 114 Stewart Mining IS I 314 Tonopab Mining OS OS Pnlted Verde S 1 Ptah Metala S Yukon 8OM IS IM Re Laat oslplt year. Stocks j..t 1.04 i.s: a.t lit ltiott 4.141 It ll.TM li lit l.ialT '..Iv I .1.VW1 '.'at . . 7i.43 25 l':T 11.790 Balveaton Sn Orleans sa .omah Shsrlsston. . N'.riol wiimlniitiii Jlohile Interior stocks and receipts Ke ci pi a go li at on. Hntphl Augusta rt Ixjuis l.aat year 4. .04 47 4t 10 Katimsted port re-eipla to-day. ... .Vari to 0 Tarn .. 1 '' to 1,301) b.,.ti 231 1.10 Sin, u- il.RO tt.llt 4147 ll."l Last wees Lati year 4! 44 41 141 14.27 l.f.44 n.97 . 7. 'A3 I .n t.att year H.17I 11. TV, ll.TM 14. ia Last year. !.T9. High- l.ew- Cloa Prev. en!. ing. Ing. cloaa. Resitmber. ,, 0 92 0.90 3 0 s ts Uetober .' 12 1.0) Novembei 4.00 . pertmber... 1. 11 I . 1. 11 .lanuary -10 l.ll 1 February - - 4 1 4 4 20 March .:i ' 4 19 c 20 April 14 4 in May 131 4:9 I. II 4 30 .lime 4 II 4 40 Inn t 40 4 37 4 :.t t.tl August .. . .... 1.41 THE CHICAGO MARKET. CniOaVOOi Sept. 2 StOokl wero rithfr dull. VrWfu an h rule ihowed little I change. Seai's-Hoebui k hld fl:in on mo excellent report of eftrningn Montfom ery Witrd proferreil wan In good do tiiAiid. KaitsdH City Light cCrtlflcfttOI gained about ; points, Union Carbldt and Chicago Pntniniattu Tool wrro Bondl weie -lull ssrftlTMl Ml Hssisf (IrlnxM t isOji tit 1 ') 192 No export! were, roportod yenterday Total thtiH far thll aeunon, 107,061 bal tf, agumat 19, fir 7 (MUM last year. THE GRAIN MARKET. W lien i lihanrea With liood Trade short Claod Hayrr. Tr illing in wheat wan active. Val- I et i-liowcd n rlne of ubnut two cents a bushal from tha previous close, with active POVring of shorta on the ad Vanc. Til market partly reacted at the lose. Tha rls was gtlmulabrd by reporti of unstlld weiither In Hio i anuUlan northwest, moderate niove i r wheat and a decided iniprove- i 1 in tha sterling sxohang situation. Tl ...II luovamanl Of winter wheat and poor gradltiK Is leading to some hge lion, and Chicago September Is l it Hv cents over Mlnnaapolla, The dei. and for cah wheat w reported In tot degree of activity at tha West at I t prices, while offerings of winter wheal from tho country were still 0OrHj pgratlvely llmllad, III tin Northwest the market were Mfnng although the galiia were less pronounced than at Chicago. The Win- neg market was up iiuilo shurply, owing i., rhln through the Canadian i riwsal Very heavy sales Of flour are reported by spring wheat mills, cov tl ' ths next two or three months' I ents, ai d ibis will absorb a great 'I 1 if wl . .it The movement of spring . promise to b very large, how- Vtr, J i t us soon as thrashing opera tions are well udvaticetl. A report by Know staled that the pring and winter wheat crop would be il i I .nun (inn. 000 bushels, compared altli 0611,000,000 bushels, the (lovern n mil . i, mate, of AugUSt 1. and II 1, 000, 00 bushala last year. liepetition of V4 uptlmlstlO aatlniataa were received from th Canadian northwest. I . i.es ai the tag board fog ex 7' w it moderate, gbOUt 300. noil bush sil i !i lUgh there wa a good deal of tt irr ng again of winter whe.it to tl : , it, due. It was said, to the t'i liaiativtly high price of tha winter ' 't aiitj to the fine quality and rela IIV"ly low price of winter wheat. With Kama City No. I red quoted at 1.114 I li. and No, 1 Northern Mliinaapoll H ' 1 hi', th discount of the spring ' Hit wlntsl Is raasUI apparent. Ih quality of the spring I much ! li hi tlie quallly of the winter t Tl i.i market was weak and ar Hft early, bresklng to new low level, UfliMacej by fin wethr oondlllon COTTONSEED OIL. Higher crude oil markets helped the local list. The basis at the Southwest was raised to 35 cent., Offerings In creased on the advance, due to the slump In provisions, but no decline of couse quanc took place Cotton houses bought oil during the session. The tenders were 1,100 barrels. Spot i i- tober. . . Iieeemhtr . January. . March ClnVng. Prleaa. .10 .It'll 5 !lt .iiei.ll n4 , n I , 91. si Prev. float. Bid B.77 S T2 5 14 b 94 14 THE PHILADELPHIA MARKET. stench . nary : Stlet 1 4mer aaipMai If") I'anal k Duck lTn t'hf 0 Pneu Tool . an ObgO Ry terlea : IT Chgo Title a Ti 4 Com Eiliton . 10 Disnlond M.ileli M Deere pf X, Hurt H M pf 1,0 llllnoit Brick l?i K t' Rv a I. el 'a !,4'. Mont Ward pf p, paclila lis 4H People list 1 Pub Serv pt 4; Quaker Oata Sears RoebU' k . . f.t I Us wart 'Warner IT", Swift a Co 4') Union Carbide BO Umm Chgo Ry Ik.,.. tVai Chgo Ry inc. 4a lOOn Cligo Tel 01 1000 Swift OS The gum rnii.APEl.PHlA, Kept. 2. Electric Stor age Battery was the feature of the local stock market here, showing an advance of o points, with heavy transactions recorded Lake Superior was firm and BCtlV, as was also Cambria Steel. It, mils ran .lull and steady. The summary: Open High Low Clot ing eat eat ins . 4" 411, 401, I'll, 4;ii, mil en, 4?', . TT "i, 77 77 I ia tti It .ryr, snr. ji4ij itfl 1114 llftl larta . II , t; k . aj't n?i5 a?s ItgvZ 1IJ ti:', 113 . MU 4nU ..', 4 tvl m, ?4', it"'., ,111 11 111 III . m k, 45 ItlU nr.', it:.i, IIIU . n M 9. M . -:m too S3o 51 ,M MIU 1514 tr'4H K4't .:4', 1414 Mil . .1144 Itn, II?1-, lit' IM 1". lit III VDS . 70 74 70 70 , , If M 34 ts ,10014 pail, p". 'i li)ij . Hi 4, 'J0 '.'., Kfi "Slow aturT." There was s sharp buret of activity and at length In Third Avenue stock on the publication of the annual report con taining President hltridge'a compara lively Optimistic remarks upon dividend prospect. The stoek Jumped IM point on heavy trading and then, when II teemed a If It could not be stopped ipileteil down A portion of the gain was retained at the clotM Third Avenue stock I not popular with the speculative element now active In the Street Kor one thing the present speculative party- want action and plenty of It Third Avenue might easily rise to 7," In the course of the next year, but Wall Street Is willing to believe that anything can happen In a year - What II wants to be told is what will happen In the next minute. Third Avenue has been a dis appointment In a speculative sense. There have been several movement In It which gamed a speculative following, but each time they petered out. In coll equenc a good many speculators have been "hung up" with Third Avenue, while they saw other stocks sky rocketing which they might have had. Selling from these trader Is likely to o,vur on each upturn, although of count It will not affect the main trend of the stock. A t "W ar Rrl.lc " Electric Storage Battery stock, which made It bow on the Stork Kxchange on Wednesday, lad an active day uf It yesterday .'.arted , ff with a rush yesterday morning, advancing 7 polnti and eventually closing BU point tip. Storage Battery has been listed otl the Slock Exchange fur a long time, but tlie matket In later year has been In Itilladetphla. Like g number of other Issues, h.'wever. the market In it Was transplanted to New York, where the speculative opportunMlei ar larger. The ttory acoontptu Il g the I lea was that ih company would he abaorbad by th Electric Boat Company Till ieort v;, denied by the boat company, but il evnle tly sened It- tummse. In add.-! Iron tlie news bureaus printed a g. ml deal pf matter respecting the company's bualneea gnd prospects in the way of explaining tiie rise In the eompal y's price from around 47'j on the that of the year. The Foreigner RVnrflts. Foreign stockholders of American cor poration receiving dividend from this aide naturally gain benefit from the position Of exchange Where these divi dends are paid In dollar. The Steel Corporation and 'he Union and southern Pacific companies, for Instance, pay their dividends in dollars, some itrontha ago the Steel Corporation Wrote to Its for eign h iders of it preferred stock, in qulrlng whether they wanted their checks sec, to them as usual. Some of them, probably becauaa of the danger of bias. 1 hose to allow the dividend! to accumulate here, The profit on these accumulations result!' g fr-.ni 11. e con tinned decline in exciiange has become coi. tolerable. A suit filed In the United States Pis- trlct Court yesterday against the Globe and Rutgers Klre Insurance Company and th Insurance Company of Pennsyl vania will, It I expected, bring a de cision of the question of whether th damage done to a merchant vessel which meets with an accident while being steered Into port by a priie crew shall tie covered by war Insurance or by or dinary marln Insurance. The plaintiff In tlw ault la Max Mu! ler, a subject of Austria, owner of the cargo of itttton on th steamer Canadia. which ran ashore OH Fair Island off the northern coast of Scotland while 1n chargn of a prle crew from a British war vetel. Muller asks for 3:i,200 from the InsuratiO companies on the ground that they guaranteed under their policies to protect the cotton against "the risk of capture, eelxure or deaetruc tlon or damage by men of war, by let ters of maruue, by takings at sea, ar rests, restraint, detainment and act of king prlnoes and peoples, author ised by and In prosecution Of hostilities between belligerent nations." The Canadia, according to the com plaint, sailed from (ialveston. Tex... on February 15 last for Chrlstlanlu and Gothenburg. On March II 111 vesael was seised by the British cruleer and wna ordered to proceed to Kirkwall for aejire.b I-cause of weather conditions and 'he nature of ths const near th point at which the capture took place the captain of the Canadia, Muller 1 aerta suggested that the ship lay to for ii.A nlaht hut the officer In charge of tha nine crew would not heed thl ug gealion, with the result that the shp ran ashore on Fair Island. Which has had no light since the beginning of the war Tlie 1'aa.tiadla according to Muller. went down with its entire cargo. The insurance companies, according lo Muller, refused to reimburse him for the loss Of the cargo. Insisting that the sinking of the ship was due to ordinary marine peril and not to the risks of war. THE STEEL MARKET. Hall to Meet American Eiehtsge Bank Issnrs Syatposluin of i ondltloa. The American Kxchang National Bank has just Issued a symposium on business and trade condition In the United Stat. Tha fact obtained by the bank tire the result of a thorough canvass In every section of the country ami tnd to thow that business la gener ally better. It Is stated that the manu facture of war munition Is confined (0 comparatively few localiUe. but the de mand for thl class of goods has stimu lated Industry to a considerable extent all over the country. As a result of the war. the bank says, many commodities which we wer. ac customed to procure elsewhere are now Ibelng manufactured here, and It Is probable that If the tariff is revised 00 aa to protect these "Infant Industrie" their manufacture will be continued nt all Increasing rats. Summing up tin- consensus of op. n .011 received, the bank circular ayt ; "Taking the country aa a whole. II I In a prosperous condition. There I convincing testimony a to thl In al most every report from Which We ipiote. It looks a though we will continue gradually into better limes. The distri bution of the iiuiney received rioiu abroad covers a great range of territory. Our fai ins, mines and rOreatl have all been drawn upon to supply lite needed material. People in all part of the country must share In the ptollta de rived from our axpprl trade " PHILADELPHIA MILLS RUSHED. Testlle Industry Busking llrdrrs fur Delivery I -ate In 111111. Philadelphia, Pa., Sept. With many mills working day and night lo fill millions of dollars' Worth of order pouritig In from all sections of the t'nlted States and from abroad, Sep tember has opened In the Kensington textile district under boom condition Orders had been piling up, but during the last week In August an avalanche of business Polled Into Kensington Many of the mills have enough order to keep them busy until th latler part of 1110, GREENHUT CO. INCORPORATES. Mills MakUisj Bars Heavy llemand. Great activity In the eteel bar market Continue In many Instances steel ril mills have been converted Into bar mill In order to meet the extremely heavy demand Prices for bars used In the manufacture of high grade explosive shells have continued to advance and aa high as 13 per 100 pound has been paid for this material. BUIeis also are active and atrong. In the Enat they are selling at higher prices than steel rails. Sale of billets and bars during the past week are said to have exceeded 1 mi. lino tons It was reported that the Eastern Steel Company had hooked an order for 1(1.000 ton of bare with an a in munition manufacturer. An advance of ,'.0 cents a ton In cast Iron pipe price In the Vet wa reported yesterday, The tendency of prices is toward a still higher level. The Ima 7"nd rTeeleni says : "The pressure on the Iron and steel Industry Is resulting In price Increases on both rsw and finished materials Following heavy sales of teel making pig Iron to eastern 1 )hio and Vennsylvania consumers basic iron Is firm at a minimum of $11.80 valley, with besemer advanced to a minimum of ll&.Tt, Increased prices are quoted on many finished products Galvanised wire has been boosted 12 a ton on OOCOUnt of the recent sudden turn In the spelter market ; cold rolled strip steel has been advanced 1.1 a ton ; structural rivets are now held at a minimum of 1 SO cent Pittsburg, repre senting an Increase of 12 per ton Some galvanized sheet sales have been made I high aa 4 cent Pittsburg for No 24 gauge. Shapes and bare are firm at 1 It centa Pittsburg. Some fancy price are being offered for large rounds suitable for shrapnel and aa high a 3 cents liastern milt has been obtained. "Feverish activity continues to charac ter! tlie machine tool situation. Buy er are unable to obtain delivery before next year on many clal of machinery ue.l for the manufa.'iute of war muni tion, ami complete units of rifle making machinery cannot be secured before March." lo t on, iii, 1 t.rneral Ociinrf mcni store Cayltal T,M,oot. Albany, Sept. I, The Qroenhut Com psny. Inc. of Manhattan was incur, porated to-day to conduct a g- netal de partment store business and continue' the business of the J. U. Urcenhul Com- pany, Tne capital is aT,S,000 and the j Stock Is divided Into 77.".. ) shares. TjOo.liuO at par v alue 4if I in to i..- first preferred, 110,000 second preferred at j the same par ValUa and 2.". 000 common . W'llh no par value. The dividend for the II rat preferred stock 1 to b it per cent, cumulative I from July 1 this year and for Us- second preferrad per cent, non-cumulatlva Tlie director are Thomas H. Joyce. Howard K Wood, II O Coughfln. Thomas F. Curtln, BamUel H Howard. Sidney a. Anderson, ISdgar A, Clark Henry H. McMillan. Lewis ft Rol Ins n ISdgar K Kiaetz. r and Guy C. Foster i.f New York and Ueorgi E Bailey ol Jer sey city. TO THE HOLDERS OF Missouri Pacific Railway Company Trust Five Per Cent. Bonds due January 1, 1917. and Missouri Pacific Railway Company First Collateral Mortgage Five Per Cent. Bonds due August 1, 1920 The Missouri Pacific Railway Company having been placed in the hands of Receivers, as authorized by Article Fifth of the Plan and Agreement of Readjustment, dated July I, lil.r, which Plan neither makes provision for the payment of the above bonds at maturity nor for their extension, but on the contrary for their exchange par for par into a security In our opinion of inferior lien, and as announcement haa been made that the interest due September 1, 1915, on the Trust Kiva Per Cent. Bonds will not be paid, the undersigned, as owners or repre senting owners of a large amount of both series of said bonds, have apreed lo act as a Protective Committee. Bondholders are requested to deposit their bonds with the Colum bia Trust Company at its office, No. 60 Broadway, New York City, the Depositary of the Committee. All bonds so deposited whether regis tered or coupon must be in negotiable form, and coupon bonds of either issue must bear all coupons maturing subsequent to August 1, 1915, Certificates of Deposit will be issued and application will be made to list them on the New York Stock Exchange. In the judgment of the Committee, it Is imperative that immediate concerted action be taken by the bondholders for their own protection and it is therefore requested that bonds be deposited promptly. Copies of the Deposit Agreement now being prepared may be obtained from the Depositary or from the Scretary of the Committee. The Committee will arrange to advance to depositing bondholderg the amount of interest due September 1, 1015, upon the Trust Five Per Cent. Bonds of 1917 at the time of deposit or upon presentation of certificates of deposit for appropriate stamping. Ownership certificates in accordance with the Federal Income Tax Law must be presented. Similar action will be taken as to the interest due February 1, 1916, upon the Collateral Mortgage Five Per Cent Bonds of 1920 in case that interest should not be paid New York, August 31, 1915. MORRII.I. No yi w OA1NEI. secret asr Wall St net. New York City. CADWALADIR, WICKMIHAM A TAKT Counsel. COLUMBIA TRUST COMPANY. Depoallary. No. ' Broadway. New York City. MOWN 1IRHTHKRS a CO. i'lnlailelpliis and Boston. mill sol for the Depositary in reeelvlBI and turw srdlng bond. MOREAU DELANO. Brown Brothers & Co., Chairman. WILLARD V. KING, President, Columbia Trust Co. JAMES TIMPSON. 2nd Vice President, The Mu tual Life Insurance Com pany of New York. ASA S. WING, President, Provident Life and Trust Co. of Philadelphia. L. EDMUND ZACHER, Treasurer, The Travelers In surance Co. of Hartford. SING SING OPENING SEPT. 6. Thratrlrsl Ursaiis lo lleuln With I nline l)fl Vtntlllee. The Sin StiiaT prison theatrical e'.i snn for 1116-11 will officially begin oi Labor Day. The first attraction "booked" is Maurice ami Klorence Wal ton, who arlll slum- the convicts how to do the AiNiehs dance, tlie fox trot end the one step, st a special Labor Day matinee tinder tne SUSploei of the Mutual . If.ire it li Th party will go ti Owlnlng In auto, dbll, Mauriee taking hi own or, hes- To the llntder of VMBRIrAN RITI. I'WKK COMPANY I I rat Vliirtgaxe .lnklns lnnd (.old lliinda. ru ler the SinkiiiK Kurnl provisions, el an In-lelilure ilate I July 1. ivyli. I.etween the itiova riip.ie . .ui.l tlie liil i ....:. I rue, ''"iiitMm. rrustss. i He underelsned fflvea li'itl. lh.it It h.ia th- aum "f 1 1 ... ST 4 nor Inveetment In the that tu"llit.iK- l-nn-la I i-.iiei therundr tirira ef t.iii. ia . .i i.,raed i "Tnder of American Writing repr Com pany Hon. la e hi ti received b the ol.l " n. Trusi company. Tresis, 17 Court street, Boston. Mssss i in neel t e until aoon of Tuesdsy, Meejiember 14. Ilifi t Mn lint 'hey will tie opened, The rlsht la r. serve,! to relet t any ami all offers. In threat ,,n Safcepte bonds will eeaae Krlla), s-i.'fiiii.t it, iii ui.l) COLONY TRUffT COMPANY, Tru-tee. Hi I M Wskeffeld, VU. President. Boat. in, Mssseiustti Septemher 3, 191 5. 107 SIQOOS ta, i 2is.il Tin: WHEBMNfl TERMINAL RAILWAY t OMPANY. OfTii e of Hie I'resalirer. Pittsburgh, i'a . Kept ember l. ists Kirat Mortfsgs Bono "f this company in an sggrep it oat ef lt,le.0 wii: H purehsssd f"r the glnhlna Pund Octonsr t. i;i.'.. from the lowest bidder, t a pn a not tu exceed par an.l Interest. Pealed propaeaei to ae.i bonds m.iat he in the Rsndl of Messrs WInstou. jnter at Com panv. N'e York City, before three o'clock P M . Thursday, Repteni'ber II 1(11 T. II. Jl M. KM , il l'. Treaaurer. iAIMRO DJCPOall Interest of Oian- Low- Cloa Slllea In eal t In lt)0 Anseonls TS, TV IL. 51 Bnll M HB 3T. Csmhrts Steel.... 141) f'TH HV MS 300 Crucible Itsel.... aVM S Rti fciaa iMChiK fa Psc... fin n-i wi in JMlllee st or lit.... mm s M ;o Kris SI 59 5 3-q tin lien Asphalt pf tit s 61 41 too Introro Met..,. IS 25 25 32 inn tnt Co N A :: K '.'2H SM bo Keystone Tel 14 14 14 . 14 1') KeyttmiH Tel pi. IM t,-,t, M ia.1; Ijike Superior.... Lttl n, 1' SM lhith Nv "4 71 Ttti 7!t'i ::, Lrhljfh Vslley ... 7IS T1H TIH IM 90.1 Uhith Vsl TYan ) 17 1S IT TJ Lehiiih Val T pt MM 111 :3Uj .tl f. Pselflc Mall V.'i ink iJU 3!', F.0 Pitta Cos! 3S' 33i, S3', jr. Penns M'i 1 Mm f.4 Penns salt Mfg.. 9S if' 94'a loo Phils Co ti 4414 41 4H, 33il Phil Elee ?C, 54a, -I', , K'i Phils Ran T t e in, 18 ill S I Phils Trse 7Si :i Til 73, 400 Tonopah B'-lmunl 4 4 4 4 10 Tonopih Mining . i f.ai f4 f.4 4". fnion Trsction . X. 3.;i 3f, 11 lulled Usa Impt. S4', -''. ii, l, 4r f S SI eel 74 7lil4 7i 71 t. Warwick I 4 I,., Wi 10'j lot, bonds. 1500 Am Oaa a Else Is 97', 97', 17 r, 40W Keyaiune T 1st it ti ti ti swn Leh Val ran 4a... ', btU H joOO Penn en 4',s... STU W7'4 fill (1714 livmn Phils Co 11 Pa... 99 H ti4 too pan Phils Elee 4a 74, 7, 7 744 IPOO feesfling ien (... 5 2 93 l5 3000 LtllUd Rv lnv it 70 70 70 70 I'ustorus itpcvlpts Y esterda) . The t total recelits for duties yester day TU the Custom House were 1528.- 847. '.'4, of which iaga.llf.il WM for Roods withdrawn from bonded ware houses snd 1300,710.40 was for PMgfil Importation. NEW CITY NOTES. Bscurltjr. 14 Y City NYCHV 1st iiai Per. Dus. aid. Offer. Yield. . M-a aep4. i.'i uH ian-iaa.aa t M-g aB4. I. IT IMN IM I M THE PITTSBURG MARKET. PlTTKBlRii, S9it 2 American Win dow Ulaai sold at 55 1 j, a high record on the present move. This was the most active stock. Pittsburg Coal was reactionary, declining; more than a point. W'estinghouxe A r Brake lost 1 :', point. Klsewhcre price were un- chunge..' to fractionally bummary : Onen Salea in,. 3i Am Sewer Pip.., 17', 500 Am Win Cila pf pn 1730 Am w a Meet) to ttu 170 Am W ; M pf . . 96 170 Caney Rier lis u 175 C.lllllllh t, a Klse. 114, 50 Cnn ihle Steel . . a 10 Chuoble Nleel pf .103 .'0 Indpt Hrewthf pf. 144 SW J.a llelle Iron 411 470 Nat Kireiwoofinf . r,:, MS Nat Kirenroof pf. ;tvj .9 Ohio Fuel Oil li 4'i Ohio Fuel Supply a.) 10 Oklahoma N US. 47 617. Pittalnirc Ooal . IA', U Pittsburg Oool pf 101 14.'. Pure Oil 17', 500 San Toy 17. 150 t'liion Nat Oaa 111 47. I.'ntoti (4 a Signal. 107 SO 17 S Stesl TlU 597 Wsst'hou A B IIP, BONUS 12000 Colura O 4 E to.. 74 THE BALTIMORE MARKET. lower. Thl Hirh Low clo, eat eai Ins 17', I7t, til, 101 lie PI 3514 31', 52 94 a.", IT,, Mat -', 26', tia, II', 14', Iv 97', ,7', 106 i'3 11'. 14', III, II', 41 ! 41 7'a "'a 7', li '11', 31 It 17. tr, is 411 4.1 40 7 47 47 "4 3414 1i', 101 top, 171, 17 17 IS .17, .il 131 131 PI 107 107 17 TIU 77,, 77,S I4ll no 140 74 74 74 Baltimore, Sept. 1!. Pennsylvania Water and Power showed further strength to-day, advancing to 70. I'nlted Hallway 1st 4 were fractionally lower. Th summary : Open Sale. mi 37 Cona I'ower im 12 Com Power pf.,. Ill i Pideliiy a Dsnoa IM 50 Merc Mech Bsnk M 93 Ps Wster A Pow. no 110 l 11 K.va a Else 5J4 IBS Ptdellly A 0 IMt BONUS 171X10 Atlanta Light M '"', ran t'nv Ball Hi, '90 tl 4-1 Clli Ball 3S '90 'I pin City nail 3',i lllgll eal nail, 111 i"i 51 7 33H 19.", eat lal III iar. 51 19 Hf 19'.', Cln Ing. us; 1, ill 137. liimoi I'nlliir-. Brouttrett 4 report of fallurii for An gnat points to a C I Rings for tie better in underlyitig kmsin condition The number of fairuraa i tbe ssruitlMI in any month for a full year ant liabili ties are liie smallest In any month hltne July, 1911. The number of fail ure In the past eight month were never before equalled, Decrease from a .ir ago, noted In the past few month In New York city, are now report..! in the Nan 1 iiiginiiii state nnii the middle Weet. The decree In August In tlie nltnttMr of failure mm 12.5 per cent, a com pared with July. Liabilities were 20 per cent, smaller. Compared with the aatne month a year ago the number of failures la I per cent, greater, but Itablltlee are only one-llilrd. In number the August failures ggcaad those of nny preceding month since i sr3. ehlli lia bilities are Htuallei than In eight of the past tttrnl', -Iwn year BUSINESS TROUBLES. l.A BB1.LE WAIST KOP. Hsrry Pain ting ,111,1 Siiiiuiel Mangel, tra llng , lai Helle H'sUl fffiopi "'IT, I.'.iiwihi,I ,v. line, tlh, I pitlilona in bankruptcy Indi vidually ami a, a firm; I Inbl 1 li Ira. II, !Tl a lr,51 JOBEPH iv ffMlLBY, III Rlvertld Urtv. 1 a prtnpin in naiikruutoy , llihl'ltlea, ae-. t- II-'. tan: .a.ine.l . , ,.ii The ere, lit us are all In I'hlla. QStPHIS, A I I. As BNORAVINO COMPANY. INC . 7'0 Weat K.irtleih alraei. patlilon In bsnkrupley, nie.i ny creditors : iiabiii tie" snhl to be abnut 14,000 CMAHI.KS S Bit A I IV COMPANY, INC. formerly doing business a Brady a goott. liie. tntiniif.il turera of trave'llng bags an. I eaaea. Ill B-ohi1m), petition In hnnkt npt. y by creditor! Ilabllitlea aal.l to I. a about 13. nun, nmi:.., about 11,000 Receiver Appnlnled. HAUL RaVNN'BCU Judge Majer tiU P polntsd nilvsr ifcihlsnnth receiver fur Saul Kennetk. wonien' lallnr. 7,0 West Forly-alxth street; burnt. 3.ono. DAIRY PRODUCTS MARKET. iS.Iftl; u hi brtnkt, BI'TTKH Thfr n, a f.dvant t In t)i top trade 1 . . ninn niioned ftrninii Th rapid rl may curiali con umptton !" riom.' tiir. nut rteWtrt u-:t-e th: ih lilghT luii r )uttlfld Rnov.stij it tUo flrnur on iceounl of !'rnr.c WM'rrn advite Tad1n In biipr Jpmthrt, with parking tOCtl In llghl piip- ;)') and eTitii Prlcati ('rtftmary, avtra, y .' icor. 190 ITe. ; higher nring . IT H O Sto.! Arttti to (i cor, - j 'u -l rtteiie, dftlr , tubt, linos, M02Ui . godd to Drinti n u j lj' , uotntnon ta fair, co'j li jiji . Ft ao valid tfttrat. , flrin, ;3jit i'3Hc . lowrr grAiixi. Z0H9i.li Imitation rrffimaryj nrti. Httc . ladlati furrnt link 'nr-aj, laconw. 10c. . i.i4.r gTH li . v li- I k 1 1 1 k ItOflk, June maRt. nn S90. i N. if. IVC.i luupr graded lull .. CHECIE -Tho ..p grad" of Pta i ar.- nrm, wni r- m ti arnvaii ai . : i-.uiiPd up J h ninrkrt ! fairly ,n tlve, iui racaivtra noiaing nm k oonnaantiy prloti tat. whola mllkj frn h fgta, a tilt i and colored, ap cial, f5 it 1 4 c ; avpr nge fancy, 13i a 2m ; Htaie, ikim, spf i lalai M (j 1 1 He . kltuK. frfHh, choki. (t a tu 'ji- . fair to f "od, ; ti KiiiiaS The unn.y of new laJd In arad- ually )..:; nlng and . h wn firmer a,nd higher yMrla . Hilpta contaJn a large port .tn of h r- ,i tlOCtt from Uia Interior nmi thene have I in reu--l t he acu inula ttonh of iuoh grtti.Hf. liinea of thm char arter aro eay Palp Inquiry' pre valla for murage. ilrtle and -hek Hteady: am i.earhy uhltea, l'rlcea Pram gathered : I1VIVC : e'mi-, nrata. -a'a- nmta, 242ftL; ne.nU. ?H L'3 '4-' ; No .urtiea, 2(H4 "(f ?! refrigerator, upeclai niarktA Tamvy. . . reirdgarat-.r nttii, :.M 14c.. narnnda, HU3tHc . hennrry whltea (Ina to fniu-y, S'SJUfn' . Iiennwy liruniu, Jit u'i-:- ; tiilxed olnra. Ziif.9C LlVsfl I'olTaTKV Tha market waa fin ally aitabltihed veatenlav, hrn 21 can arrjved About the same quantity are held on t rack. A refltn t ion or ij c waa made In light OlMCIcani a4M rowia. Kpret re- cetpta iir- Irregulai , a tnck l thin and poor ltoHteri Bteady , duck firm ; geeae hi light wupji l'rlcea 1 7c. ; rooat er, 11 Q C Uurka, Jersey State gprtrVe Hiring, 1 pi r pair vel. U'tiir gulneaa, 91 '' !l .1 - v n-li 4a '11 UI, '.too ('out Power H' (soon Rlkhorn Ktiel IMMrft Oa Car A Nor fa 101 mo To Kb A r. mat 4a 7000 Da By A tne ! 67'i EH 4 ICU 101 0i Ifi '. 101 b kt M 101 IN LIT Stock IMnrkrl. Till ' luSI . Y. Septemher t. Kecelpt of batvag wart 1110 head, all eonalvnad ill rati to lot.4) nUugiiterem. Keeling nominally ateady. breamed htef In fair demand, roinmoii to prime native alden Bf'lHng g 111 14 V4jC. par lh lt-.lpi- of nth i'i Mare 7:7 head; ti0 on a. .Market fttMdy. 'oiuinon i prime Mala gold at 9 ftl.ld per 100 be . culls. $s; i'aiutda imIvoh, 07,M Praaaad ralvaa active mid Arm, uy dreH -d jml 1 i 'u IOC. per Ih. , count ry greaaed, I 4 3 t, IS'Br Ravalpta "f ahaen and Idinin were 4,300 fiend . L cars mi vale tftiaep wteiy, Iambi flow, good gradaa steady; other weak. Phi pani wara not quite olaared, pommoii 0 gH-od alial e wem void at Hi 'i ti "'U p- r 100 Hie . mixed ah tap, ft, lanih, i:0ll 0.TI '1 prima Kentuiky tambt offaradi t'lllla, $7. Dre-ie-l mutton ateadv at H'g lit par lb-i tlreiaad lambfl, llWOlllgi hog ttreated, Irir. lier.dpte. of hogi rra ? I TO head, hulf a i-ar on aale Ke.f log Arm Heavy to tght welgh a aold at 17.40 uti4a par 100 laa . ir. if IIO : rttate efprina, I tiOc: trigr-ona, pair, 20c lyRKHHBU I'Ol'bTRT The better Hnea of i ed and dry Vacked fwla bring pre mlum, but aa froien f a hi, offerad at lower . i thle lim prr vvnted any tetUI change In prloea A food deal of fraatl " " nall and pin feathery and hnrd to - Tha better g-radee of chirk en are unrMianged. hut niMluin a.n.1 p-oor ilnea are nf ordinary value, Old rooatera firm. Kreaih turkeya mainly poor, with the nuuply light ftpxtng dui-k are being tik'n i 1 aperulatnra and higher prices are ciMi'eil K.Uitih plentiful but ktadv i . t urkeve ateady on he it Ilnea. with oo mt 11011 weHk Helter griulea of chlcltena hcul with confldance, while fow la are ureeaapd f'r aale nmm urgently. I'rlcen Kreah. fowlj, Weatcrn. lwxed, rtO lb, and over, ITU llo. : Wen tarn, athled laj-ge ilatittf.i laadi Waotarn( dry picked. 4v 1 hi . TO j in., i- ; woutnern, amaJl 13 i lie t'hli k'Mia, fr-a-h nearby, I and Ilia to uilr. llftliai Virginia, milk fed. mill a1 llw to pair, tto . other Houthern I and IU I hi . 10 tf - I P. I Weatern led. :i ami 4 lba., '.'1 U . dry pKkad , urn fad, s and 4 iha , llffiff. oil raoi era, l L i 'ii 1 S' ; muaha. prime, w hite. 10 .i.i t- l.aen. IS MJ ' :ba . S.V a lba , t I'roteii rurkea, drv ph-ked, aelected -tr Wen-rn "0. ' v is 7 ti 1 H I'hlckene. l I" "oa, mil a ren, 43 tn 47 lha,, II.; 41 lh and over, JlfJJIn.; corn fad. 43 to 47 lba, 19c : i tha and over. SOe. eN'i is to Ytn. n'i a fend over to aoaatii IT. ; io to lb lba laa. Mat raoatera ISU ft i Sa in aiortaj, ana miar na win ace HinfcT Siiii; tise -fli.ilL g.mie wiil.-h achoduicd for that aftamooii, FINANCIAL NOTES. Ill.HO The t'alunit and He i OomDan) h h declared a iurter :y dlvtdand ol 1 1 "- pr aha re. aayabla Baptambar to eiorli tf recrr( iSeptenih-r .Ix motithl ago a dividend of i per ihafe arag declared. Announcemen: la made t hat tlie eml- annual lnita.mnia of In t ere -1 on tin- 7 per cent cumu:-itl a I lu.t iniit moi an l bond I oi tha Denver and Klo . i . i . Railroad Company amount in a to S1 pa" til, w ti i b paid on and after October l tie a : at the new org i nit Lorn pany, New York; John K. Mii.iat & to., Uotidon; DfUtache BanU, Hr In. and Ado ph. Boa a!n A ' Amaierdam. lllKMls M IMIKKr, IMlltllllliOl'.ll ( 0H().1 K I..K I l IK I KIN. Si. me uf lamcni of DIvMandi Th Board of Dlraotori of th" In:er borough rouaolla: 1 .-r porm in a' a meeting hiWI lo.ia daclATed from aurptua a dividend of i?"r on the preferred aiock. payaMa at tiie office or tlie i orporatlnn. No. 1 v Broadway. New Vm k i 'It v on October tat, lilt, to atorkholdara of record The i . ?e or hualiu'aa on .-eptei 1 1 er "!h. H H rlRHISRi Sret.irv. New Vo-k. Kept laf. li16. TIIE DEI. AW ARK at HCUtON 4MI'NV. .New 1-irk. A ugunt s 1 . A quarter: v dividend of TWO ANp S E - QUARTKR i S 4 CB.VT. on the cap- Itai atoi k mil 1 o inj win ! pai t at the of floe ef t ' nmpany. 4'j hi reet. In this city, on and eftar Monday. ept iO, 19 lft to stni kho.aeii of record at ..,! of butlneaa to4ay By older of the Board of Uai agera. OH A R teat a A U HkLKBRi Treasurer. ft) 22 Sept 0. 1014 NEW VOKk TRANI1T COMTANV, ffl Hroailvtt . New York. Auguat V! " A dlvtdand Of M On par Mine hM been dactarad on tbe L'apltal Block of thia cotn pany. pay a he i rtoiioi I ... 1115, to atoctf boldara of record at the etoat of bualneat Keietnh r :3. II I .' Ail fotniuunicationa raaardlni pa mant vr change of addreab ehould lie gam to tha uudeidlgNed not lar than October V tU5, UBOROK CHKaBBRO'. Be retni EI.EinONS ANI MEETING!. Tu THE HTOCKHOl.DBUl Of M I ..in-. houthvieMterii Itailoii.v t o. it lAula. Mo. AniuM it&th. 19 1 A, voTltB i" haraby ffvan that :iie gnnual meet i t.g of t h' ftHocKnoMari of t Uoute pout h aitern Railway Compan) ar It! a hnd at the Oanral Oflloaa ol the 'nn pany, In tha Hal. May Km hang- Build iljtth and Olive Sti.-eta, m lie Htl of S' Koula. Mo. on Tueaday. Or tubal Ith, till, at nine o'olork A M . for the e'. tlon of lirect"-ra of the Company, In conformity with the bv-!awa. and for th tranaactton of in h other ouatnaai may legally come before aald meeting. The reg u!a r a n nur 1 meat Ing of tha Dl ractora oi t Ua Company t I bg held at the aame place mmadltttafy afte- the adjourn ment of tha ttoclrnotdarr meeting The atoi k tran.fer ho--.k!i of the Com pany Wfll he cioaed on S:tturd.t. Septembar 4th. 1915. at twelve o elm k noon and arlll be reopened at ten o'clock A. M on Wedneeday. October Ith. 1911. F. H BRITTON, Praaldaat ARTHl'R J THUSSKI.l,. Secretary REPORT of the 1 St DhldrudK ai Tht New York Trust Company nn ihi' Bml da i.f luit4, I'll". mdr in SCOOrdsnre null thr iiniUI,ni. of . In Ha. n kins; Bscllnu I 14 ami 119: Full nan f lti..-.lf or nr shsrebnldsr iai kmiMii raeMen r i.l uftli'r ailtlrraa ,,f depositor or Amount shsrebolder, dm.. "f I1!-1 'r Firat nf nrlulii-.! 1i'kih Urposll. I u ili.-at l.m Mr . i"'i A oe yu.- asds, III W "'lli -l Ni.. .irk May j.i leni l:i '.1 Sept. 9. 101 1 Kil KlUbsrrl. Ad. mlnsitrator, 101 N. Wrhatsr st . i eel N islna Mn h Mar ,i 07 .''4 ! Prpt !, 1914 ueorge H"frr Trustee, lTn ariiogtton sve . Rrooklya, Nets arki MsrcE I, i-n 112 49 Sspt. g, 1911 I K HoTlOWSJ ''111 IVrat r.nrt A.- . N.'w in 1. April .'. 19 Viral l titwll'lslr-l Mnrlita.' Boadaoid. rrV i ommlttss Uoul. .ilk BvBvllle sihI St I nut Kailsu. . r ii Sunt lirrn Hall aav. I.iull-.. Ill, kan- tin kv. Aiis 1 is.. 7:. 4'. Sspt. 9. 1914 ilrruii:. Itrlt llallwav . 'ompsny Boadholii" rv' i 'i ml nil ' t sr. II IV I in l)Ol IVrna urir. 13 Hriia.lwa. New Vnrk June IIBI 311 w iiiiHin Hsrlien amltb. 7.". Id'ail St . N.'W ..rk Die 17 i97 i . s .in Nostrsod, adialnletrstor, i Main si . l-'liiatiln. I .'"is" Ulainl l L I IT lv i. k w.-iia. Att4nney, ;s llioail si N.w ..rk. Apr. II 191.1 i ilkMbsrre A Hii.tvni River lllllirnvrnirnl t ompsn) . sirs . nrk rit. ,pr ji. iw2 Sva'i nf Srs 'irk 'otinty of New York, si 1' I llnllM-. l . I'l.'ail.-ni n. ,HM1- DOUI1 I'rssmi f T1IK NEW VUHK IKIsI' ii'MI'ANN lrul romp) lo iltil anil iloltlK hiisiiiiaa 111 Ihi' i'lty of Nest Vork in -aid rouui)', being duly sworn, etch for Filoiai'll .... that inr forriiolng reborl Is a f'lll tun' ..ml i'urnn'1 atsismsnt nf th un , aum 1 il. imsita ill. I.Ii-iiiIh ami lntfriai of TDK M VORK TRL'aT COMPANY msd ! sfcortlelirs suit tin provleluas "f ., - 1 II an, I 19 nf L'baptsV .I'll' of III.' ii.u.kp, i , .is shown by thr boogi of isiij i uiupsll lbs tir' ilsy of Viiauat IMI.'i. i i iii hi s K. Vtve-PresldeDl .i m KM IwDDi Truesurar leverslli aubenrlbed ami .with to by both il, I ,i, nn- .'.I ilny of xspU'iuhsr, lui... '" ihvsI '"' Siil JURBPH A. FI.YNN. Noinr. Hulill.', N. Y'. Cuuntjr, N" 97 n cuuiii) Rcglitec N" fdgt, 'tf mm In limns t'oiiiily. Nn 4. pfOBJ Count Ht'glaisr No 713. iTerm raplree Marcli JO. 1917 i RBPORT or uneUtmsd tlfpm.ta ..t THB Kgrirvm.K 1RI st COMPANY of N. w York on the lat dey of Ausiiat. 11., marli' i sriir.lsnn Hh Ihn i 1,1 of lliu DunkliiK Ijiw, Mtrtion I II an, I -J in harotoy Full nam. nf ilrrwivitor or snsn n.il.lr. Ij.i known llalr- nf Amount rfal'l.'iirp or P .. ail.lri-u tlrlaltial nf l -. l...-1'..r..r li,r..i,,! l.r I I, p..-!; Orposlt. Aptna Mnrtsasr '... ftrt ltro.lway. New Y ork t 'Ity Mar Dfnssr. Rna Bedllrr. Derd., i W at . v. . I) '. An neaer, K. A . or srab m :t2 BaN .17th st Now York f 'Ity Ulgnoui, t'lml. nsaisne.v li0 Ilroaalway. New York City lirwirtrld. II. A . Mt. Vrr- Don, N. Y' II .'. Ilrnrv .1. Uenron.R! MlchaHJ., ISO I'.sat ."lOtb Hi . N. w York 'lty. Hooker . 'o . 97 Wall St . Nr-w .a-k I It V 4uil Irwin y II g pi,,., iP , Rrpublkiuf parts .. Frh Jordan w gi .gQVeeei st Nr York lt Dr Llat. l.pnnon ,V . ',. . 19.7 llroH.lv.ai. New ork I'l'y Mar 6, 19(14 IM.Ti l.nnir, Jessie II Rsl . 19 li.-.-,,.. It., Nrw York Cltf MrAa'un. (leo, W in trust .1 it llarrlson, ITI itioai- nu . New "i ork I 'II. v. Ilia- M( sililrn. Ial,,'ll,'. ll.l 13, 190.'. J7 190 IS, 1903 29. 1902 tr.a.Sl 199,11 311 II 91 70 21X191 1297 121 23 190.19 20-, 40 14BJI St. Mrwllaon Ity Mattniis. II . 1 H.iffalo. N Y Mnrtln, . 'tte iv 7.' 1 St . II kl Moor,. KlIW .1 . Bssknssn si . I Ity. Nfw Y ork IMC in st . II No' Rsl . 2117 n N. V tMCd li'i New ,llrk 1 90 1 1 003 'iS Spt 9. 1914 07 Srpi 9 1914 III Hi pt. 9 1UI4 lis 70 paelsp . ofiper lo., 7 1 Rrosdwsy. N, Y..rki 'II N Y' a N. J. gpundrymi n i Aaa tl. 51 1 west .Mill I ' Naw York i'lty .Inn" 1 1. 190.1 ' Noble lli.s'.r k A- Dsvla, 141 ItroiiilHay. Nrw York i i'lty Nit. lost W . 411 West 'Hi' l si New York City Dec, 9.1901 Nugenl, lYni . ST aumnill st . It kiwi. N June 19, 1909 tin. Kllalih A . Ml H.'r sn si , Newark. N I Dm I '. 1903 1 pioneer Mining Co., Kraiiin, Weblnton 1 Pelieya Island Pyrites i ' 1 Hi'iriin 1 'atberlne, iim I Rhode lii.uik.'t 1 " . Hun I Hl.ls Apr 98, 1199 Ronssii, 1 h. . . svhmii.. Irene 1 ' . Mr. stevsn. Bmiua 1. . 19 Fast s l.l si Ni w ork . in sit., en-., .1 v . so Lllierl y ft . Nw Yorkl'liy. 1 ler. 30, 1 99 1 Sulbsrland, VYm H 9 Mur rey si.. N.1 Y ork city, Mar 19. 1904 Tsbler, M Cnmni Tnotl. II Co.. 2li Iiro.nl- way, nw York city July 13, 10.1 Thompeon Kl Mm liipp Underbill, Kate .1 un.' I '-v lniou Ave . Nw H ork I fiy V nines Centrslr Pet 11 Orsve llslil. Petit Ursv llali ' YYI,.IT. C Mean, John H Bl W eiiien si b'wa.. Terrytown, N Y Al.r 90 Clerk. Air. A sin Parker St . NsWHrk. N .1 Ypr 2'-' 1909 Cohn Mfr ion North I I ill at . WW, till.'. N.J . s. pi .' 1904 .'.. 17 77.79 TS.39 391.11 8tl TO 70.90 139.94 S96.TS 1 10 9.1 1.14 l 7i '17 71 9 I 19 Kl 1 43 2 110.13 s. ,9 31.94 SO 2 If. 3S :i:i 2n 63 14 117 11 1111 11 3IA.S4 r,.l on 117 h.t lpt. 9. 1914 REPORT of lb 1 NCLAI.MKU I )K POSITS, ll lilemls am I llllsn -1 nf lb.' UKRSIAN KXl'IIANIII ltNk. . T ., on the First del of Aususl. IlilA, tnsds in errordsnre with the provision ol Hie Usuklog I .. . Serl ion I 14 .1111I 21'' Nam.' of Ueposltor I ' f il lvl.10.ll I'll ': 1tfll1.1l A. I. Ires. lie, ker llros. Reel 4th si , Iii. in II .rt.wi' si . N Y . Tlieo Kaati l oosler st , II Kahn N Y John Murphy. J Ion Av . N V I N Nush. 211s N , I i liosl ; Kns to .-. N. Y I .-I. 1,1:. Kaal s .th Mar A Co . lis N Y Ian .11.1 A Apr i.'i l.eiinu lei. Ik Kaal kind lime 21 in. IssO 19. IS77 7. 1SS9 An" mill of llslsne. 3I 29 91 04 I, I'alilllltio. '.Ill Si" olll 1 N. V. .. Sept. Th" Psteripn InvtsttineiH Co., 723 ll'wa N Sepl 1 11a- 11 si, ri s Mart .11 Si.S I n.norl ..f th "'I Islined PP. nirl- i sum. ni New York 1 .. ,nd Interest f -lie Hstropolltsn JA)I IN A FA II rruai kwiiiuainy ui in City of ,n Yoik iiKoKnK kkkn i mi .!. of Vuuimt. alb. mad In r.,-lllinK' l.ai'h 211 ISsIl 1999 191)1 61 2 92 20 12. lUOtl I9.4H 1 IS I'' ISs'l KOI. nun' . of New y, ork. aa . lcsPl ' - I'leiit ami a.hi.T, 1,1 ib.i (fsrnisn y ork 11 i.i 1. ...... 1 with l.u... .S" ih. nrovlsl tlmia 13. ami r l a. N . In t Ity. Mi ii Jill I nke Kris a YYrslern It ml 1 ...1.1 Cn. New York. Augnat If, Pi I S Kor tha purpos ef tii s'liin.ti niestlng of stockholders, te be hold Oct, 4th, 1915, th mtnefer books will i' elod si th'saa o'clock P M- "ii Wdndayi .sapt. 9 tri. an. I will bo reopened on TTlUrdy, Ocl. Till, ill! MILTON I BAROBR, Troa-nrar II t It 1 1 .1 SiAYINIiia ll.WH. ISetlc la herohy slven that esrecuni nf tb following depoaltor have been dot 111 rt.ii t for twenty yetua m over. I ,..M know II Nam of llennalmr. il.ii e of resl.len. a llt'.rn lon. Msrv. llnB, ' 'liarla I.. powdalii Mr J , rieck, Maria. Maealin. Msrgt, TU"h. Ka.tle. Solllieidn- Mli'hael IJ. Kaal IV". 1 1 li ,. ... s.' Kt 1 11 .1.' U eat 1.1 . 1.3rd si N Y P ,1h .Sr,-M ml a. . 1. .In Bsuklni 19 .Tsui Til, ,oi . 19 11 ,at i n v . it v. aicn 3. tevi r.y.ye ltl of New I ai it. ."int of New Vork sa. i ijeoige .' Van Tuyl. Jr . Preeldent, end M ,,, 1 u, Mtllarg, Asst. aetretsry of th Mstrepollisn Ti us' Oompany "f in chy of Now l in k, locate l and .loins business in the city "f Now Vork. in esld county, bslpg duly sworhi each for hiihaelfi .. th.it the foregoing report la a full, true end correot at.it-MliOlil ol t!ia tlliclaltlio.l ,lop ,alta, illtl- den is aii.l litiori'.t .'f ths Mo'iopoMt.in Tmal foinpan. of 111 Cllv of Now York, male In accordant Willi iIl prnwalnll, of Section :3i and til "f Chapter III of tha ll.likl'S la.w a olluwn h. the bg9 of Said Trust Compliy on ill first day of Auguei. I al. ,, .. , .. . , .' ' t,rJ. v, iv-s I u I . .. ST .1 I President itigd 1 v. ii.I.AUli K Mi HARU, A.t Seiiotnry. Ssverlly mborlbd ami iwapii in gy both dponnt 111 fliat .iliy Of .- r ,,' 11, h-: I I'.i I ... Pefur 111 1 geel 1 ss 1 1 a R, Vijiii.kh. Notary Public, Kings county, n. t. Crtlflct Hied In Now York County. New V ork orii, each foi reuort. to th 1 Hit. is lull lb 1111. .01110.1 soil lnd In . f 1 hi- liatikina of aald hank on ,r ih. . ami ilium.' ..isiuts- m the I itv r. In s.ilil I 01111M lielna il'ily s BsJsnoe, 1 liiiiiseii. s,.i. ihsl lbs foroeiilnu 4,n hrbl ol Ins bnoeisde i.n.t ,u I li ne :tnil eorre' I at ali ment I131 ot uepnslie, dividend ud m , I ai orilall-'e w II 11 I he l'rov isi.. 1 .11 w . .is all. vi 11 o. 1 ,s tin. 1-lrsl .Lit of Ann. 1st. .,il7. I ill is v 1 s leo President uKOUtlr KKIIN, 1 ,-Ihit. Neverelly -.i... ni.. 1 .,1,1 awnrn '" by hnin deponent itie nscuud dy ot gept . 1913. ta li .1 e ins. (Seal 1 II K It Y I.M.I.I.. Notary PllUle, Klliks Co.. No .,1, lellllli.tle tllisl In N . Y. I'a, No Fll'nn Trust th monya re ,1 cpdu.nc itn Cluspl! Ml of II Bail. r . I uuah, OK Uh Kssl 1 -nth Ml 10 -l I '.'.'3 Alexander :3.1 K! lt)7lh Sir. al UTili si ii ManhMtMi 4. i Slaylon. BUbth t', Willi It YVolsa. Jac.ti. 1144 Third An I ...! I SOsUt lat, 111 tmomai n rrr,nT. -.'.,, Ill Mil YORK SWINI.H lYXNK I nr. Illli s. 4 Mlh I.e.. N. Y ('.. orllses In ili enr lain o Willi S". linn C7. kins Uaw "f Uie mate uf New Vork, following Mat "f iiml.iimel seaounli jiro louel . t ' i"" to.l : 1,. Thereee, w I lib t . N v c .... predrlk, 111 B lllh si, v v r PbaillHinrii ii. i.j w Nnriii BiUeeourl Mo Pole, Mills K NI W I7tii hi., Ht Y C In truat r,,i Rdna 1 Kr'o i i.nm l ihior Henry, 1.. l.iiiio W nil. si . N Y 0 0 ... ii.iai.ivi. tu Rleblb Ave., N V S Inn. Robe. CS A , 11 l . uia gl,, SI, I. c 11,1 th H. I'lTll.ll'ATI.lN by t lis t'otiijokiiy "I Now vvrk I imtliilTia 11.. ...... 1 : In ! Heitioli 131 and .19 uf 1 t ti. It. u. kin.: I-.11' a ol I Ii 1 Katnte 0: I'mer 1 i.i S '.,.n W Executor, :"'t) Rutland Reed, New i k. 119 : ,i iTK ni-' NBW TOnK, COUNTY N HIV Vi i it K. i iiijnuv is REltJUIKY, m Vlci ptoei drnt sii.l CMAHUCN M VAN KUUEOK, So. letary of tin? Fullnn Trust Cninpanv ,.f Now York heltiy duly worn, ea.Ti for hlniaeif ly 1)11 'ha fore .11. a rP0rl la true and ec .1r.1t 11. .ti1 respeepj :o Ut heal of ii k ' edgs end i.e'.iof i.-ln.ai IIKNItV w HBIUItUBT, : I V. m V ...1 'arrt. CHARLES M. VAN ULlcti K, be- -eiaj-y. Severally itihecrlbed and sworn le be eai.ii rleponent .ue STth day of Auii. iy. :.. hoforo ni. . Me"...) 1 .1' iHKPH M kg. Nela. I'ul, ; l 1 aa ' . He !. r No 41 Certll.sa.o I. e.i N V. 1 Ito, .'or Nn J Ceetlf).'' n 1 Broni Reg tt SO it No. IJ? No ITS. 7. ' II I IK' I'