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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 191ft.
18 HOLIDAY DULNESS IN COTTON MARKET fulling n n Small Scale, but tlio I'noVrtone Contin ues Steady. MIL' Bf'Y SPARINGLY i BRten wal very dull yterdy, with KlIM Ml Pr-1"ll'y n1 operations CkMty of local professional n-iftn To eteaxllnea of Southern spot markets served to check any sailing movement here. nd with a mall decline the opening price gradually worked up mil c)04 around tha bal of Hon III Inal prices. Thara waa aotna ally ing for lh account of aplnnara calling ttton. Mr general business waa ngnt ajatinvni very are no .i I" wnicn prM-as can im nera uD with crop of even 15.9OO.O00 bales ahen MPOrti are J.aofl.ftftO balaa less lam f.iieon nnd American aplnnera I in buying iparlngly. There la a dls- pogjtic!! t overlook tha fart that exporta ,r, fuin than they were at thla time last fott ' '' nt If tha twrT problem! iiirrourulinir the shipments of cotton lsst season acre Kold II may be equally possible to work out an adjustment thla season .mert.-an mills are practically out of the market. MM they are coniumlnit a greet deal of cot top Ixx-ul brokera who have been In Hum England recently re port a record business throughout the Mtfto district of Rhode Island and MaeaachuMi-ttN and say that spinner are hoping to art their supplies at a trifle loser price. The Coltm nnd Cotton Oil .Veto aaya: Vie are nut at all worried at the lack f demand for epots U'e have aeen Uis spinners out of tha market In No verrrber at t rente and bidding rave nously for It at 13 cent! In February. Just rreeie to your cotton. Msg time le (oiral to come when Liverpool must raise tta bid. and neutral countries will ' eur cotton If our ahlpa have to be renvored by tha whole American navy. Tf you happen to he doing business with a 10 per cent bank and oan't cat the -noney cheaper to hold your cotton. iotlfy this paper or the Federal Reserve hanks at Dallas of Atlanta and your ivsl banker will be (lad to come across." Market cloned steady. Open High-Low- Clee- Pes, ins set est. In doss. peess)oer ii h ii.as ii.ee n 11911 v iiswiui .'anuary .. H t! It 11 a U. tl.flfll.s M--ti ... II B 11 97 li st II Mttllt 11 994111 99 May Ilea 11.14 ll.M lt.lsill.ll 11 1141111 Inly 1111 u 11 9 11 1119411 is 11 19411.11 Tha local market for spot cation waa quiet. I nointe decline: mtddllna. 11. Tor. Southern Ha no markets ss officially revolted were an- rnsngea -vw urieene, 11 ar ; upnon. HKr.; Savannah. UV,r : Memphis, 11 Me.; Anrusta. 11 32c.. and Houston. 11.S0D. Vw Orleans market ope d steady: closed Open High Los I OS Clea- insr close pweabsr. ti n 11 49 li st u.MltJ I1.atsui.ss lairaary . 11 M ll.M 11 e tl.aeAll.U ll.naHl.ls Marh ,.. II 1 II 11. n 11 494911 41 U.sMillM gar 11. IS ll.M 11.N 12.0Js711.Qe 110444115 Tha Liverpool market opened quiet. There vaa a geoo demand in spot cotton, an in said riling 7 Dolnts decline at s.asrl. flalss 10 org balea: receipta. t2.0M balaa. Including 14.000 amrnean. .ioeei eaeany. Open- Hirh- Low- Cloe- Prev . . Ins. est. est. lnsr. close M Feb t il 9.99 4 Tlsa 1 an. Cat Mar Apr TH S SI 9.79 4 90s, 4 Sat, isyjune.. a. 7a a.ev ansa a .as a as Jllf-Atl 1.7a .7 1.14 I.NHI.N Tha 11 A M bids to Liverpool were: Jam ; : March. 11 Sic ; May. U.sse.: July. ' ne maraei mere la one to orjea to- 4u IS 10 2 points sdvsnce. rwt 1 rtxeipts and stocks He Last Iast CintB VVBP atjUtlaa mmm SllTfalOD lU.SlS 44.1.12 22.160 SS7 1L' S'OrlailB in.ajs n.nrio 312.11 fil.tM Mobllr n l 21. 1ST M.I44 ivannah ... 1.7IS I7J 2n:,.r4 1T1.424 JiVlflton... 3 320 M.MI 14.421 "Inilmton. lis 7i J2.34T la 127 serfels .ii2 i.aj m m 4.o7 tsaarlor receipts and stocks: Re Last Last ceiots. year Stocks. yesr A'lnau ... ism S.101 lal.MS ltt.110 Mrmphts .. 025 .M S7I.S24 2 H B !fi" l. 11.T71 M.S0T Hfjulon U.SM M.4U lM.TsT 1M.114 Bstimaled port last Last c.i receipts to day week. year. Salraalnn . ll.Ora) to U.aOS 4. MS 11114 Orlran, . rj.soo to 7.400 t.4t 10.M2 Kaporta realenlay were ILM balea Total thill far Una season. 1.710.141 bales Total las' Basso a, LUMN bales. GOSSIP OF WALL STREET. COTTONSEED OIL. Tn III) moved up sharply. TVestemara s i seal aborts were moderate buyers. Aovtsaea In lard had much to do with IM Mi . r basia Crude nil waa I II in tha ".i h.a-i. Tliere was very little hsdfe (4 Isf hers. Tlii. local pot poaltlos shows J . i itrsagth, Normbsr oil selllBf) st A Bessr Prspaaasla. For a fortnight past Bteet has been Immovable. It ha held within a nar row ranca while something Ilk a mil lion shares have bean turned over. For aotna time some people have been ask ing why United States Hteel did not go up, while others have bean asking why It did not go down. Tha stock aias fooled both speculators for tit advance and speculator for the fall. Tha con fidence of the buyer ha been matched by tha confidence of the eellere. Ths professional element, Including several large operators, baa committed Itself to the short side, confident that a reaction would coma. Thlr stste of mind la per hap mora anxious than thai of the buyer because tha buyer can afford to wall. Tha sailers feat mors uneasy about their position the longer the re action Is delayed. They sold stock on th theory that the public would sell. But the public ha so far shown llttla or no disposition to liquidate. As a re sult, the market for Hteel 1 uperflclally oversold and the shorts see ttiemeelves locked In. Evidence of the uneasiness on th part of tha short Interest Is shown In various ways. It I d la played In th scarcity of th stock on setback It Is shown also In a regular propaganda for the distribution of valuable Infor mation anonymously. On detail of thla propaganda I the mailing of printed cards bearing the following Inscription: "U. H. Hteel, 1.71 per cant. Th above I th yearly average Income received In fifteen years of III greatest pros parity America haa vn n." Thl method of presenting th bear argument la not novel. It ha been employed In almost Identical fashion on several sim ilar occasions In th past. Caa F re) fen eg. American Can preferred want to a new high mark. This I apparently tn response to tha reiterated rumor that the back dividend on th preferred, amounting to something mors than M r cent, r to be . paid oft Within a fow week time, it I Interesting to not In thl connection that th common dock show no disposition to follow the Isad of th preferred. A good deal of comment ha been caused in racent weeks by th tenacity with which Can st'eks to th atsty line, withstanding all effort of th traders to maks it desert It In either direction. Haw Have. Clark. Child A Co say of Nsw Haven : "New York, New Haven and Hartford U one of th greatest puaala of th cur rant market. Apparently It pall where It doe arlmply on th strength of its eputatlon, which conduce to th hop with the old holder of tha stock that soma day It will return to It former astate. But It Is a rather forlorn hop. On the strength of current earning. Erie common Is worth, if statistic count for anything, much mors than New Haven. New Haven la facing a period of difficult financial operation In the disposition of aae-ts which th United Htates courts have. decreed It must sell, as well a In th arrangement of an unwieldy floating debt. The company we believe to be solvent, but It haa been able to live to thl time only by reason of it past strong standing with the public. Its security holder have many troublesome problem before them, and It eesma as If ownsrs of th stock could reasonably shift to th low priced Issue of other Eastern road and avoid the worries Incident to a general financial reconstruction, which certainly Is In store. It ta not only floating debt which complicates! the New Haven problem, but also a pressing necessity far money for Improvements which must be mad to preserve its busi ness and bolsters up It waning credit e e e "But New Haven stock I year away from dividend. It I understood that ths whole subject of financing la now be ing considered by the management and that the majority sentiment Is In favor of an Issue of preferred stock to take care of pressing dehte and needed Im provements rather than the creation of any new mortgage obligation. The money needs of the road are sniggering. Its floating debt la ncarljs ISl.OOV.OQO. Including the New England Navigation Company notes due eighteen monthe ahead, for which the New Haven as tha only stockholder Is liable. Its bonded and floating debt aggregates to-day about SIT for each 1100 of stock out standing, against which Is to be placed th securities of controlled railroad, trol ley and steamship lines which must be sold by order of the courts and which are of moat uncertain value. In addition to the debts the road must raise at least 130.000,000 for various Improvements during th next five years, and It I earn ing lasa than IH per cant on th (took to-day." MORE STEEL PLANTS PLAN EXTENSIONS THE BOSTON XAKXET ('on tracts, for Material Being Closed Quietly No Gen eral Inqnlrlei. t! amber,,,',, January Starch stay.... Cloalng Prev. prices. close bid. a i:ai.4 i.oi I2dl.ll too .15t 17 III 1.2101.21 1.14 1.369a.7 125 THE PHILADELPHIA MARKET. Pim.AnKI.Prna, Nov. a.-Trsdina- statlonary NMI and pn.'ee were meetly jS32 , 1 "'d UD hslf a point ... pv.ui ins summary was ary and N Am Qas N J m Milling- J-l Am Railways 1.e BaJdum hnvo.. .. IJ hurt a Susn t c. . I. Cambria Steel.... Beet Morale IJ Sen Aaphalt pf ... J j," to of N Am. Ml Kerala Tal pf.. J lelnih Valley. I Lai Yal Tran pf ROrthern Central 4J Nnr), p,.nn 11 Penn it r gc i -ait Mfg. 1 1 1 anni steel pf. ft PV: Cg 41.'!' 4 ';! "pf Si 5 Eleotrle. .. 2 ffi "sp Tr t c JJ Wuls Traction... IJJ Rvl:nk- m galled Oaa Imp., sm f: S "'aahoie. 41 1 DTI Ilwya pf S1'4 BONDS. "" Hud Man inc ... 33 ' ','rr.i,, s 4s. t :"' ' )' i al t'nsl m..m2 . ' al t un tia... no .. . iff ... - f ' 4m s I Elfl EOlil f.a 104 KJ fold : in;: i t HQ wta. - fly e inv a Oren- Hifb- Low Clot nix. rmL est . I ns in lit lie in H , 414 "s ti aj H"1 1174 1I7U lu a E 1 & fM 72I T2SI T-jai 141 ". 24SI MS. Mt. U 144? Mai kZ nC ni LfH M4 Mt Ml 2 K SJ ia S r'H !0'a i'"S !'" S 44 s'a S4 M 4t 4 41 41 41 43 41 n n rut Hi lTa 1T, ITvl 7114 io Tii m M W 12', H X4aU J A BV an wsrsa, smss Mas, t IX M aH Ml M I 41 L I tlVa U' S3' n r u mL lot 104U K'i K tVi 83 a n r, w : I's 101V4 101U low loaii 10314 no 110 110 11a le HI 1'4 103 103 Kg a aviej jwis ivia 42 42 3 101 104 104 a 1W, 1(g 103 a IH W'a K "t "4 74 THE PITTSBUIIO MARKET. .."IT-.. Bertr . lasr .., "in, in , . .o.t T, it 0, Nov. Columbia Gas snd -,"lv ami closed with fur t K, Wiuilow f: u aa..o.iu l i.ion Itliob eere uu . hail aununary: jw ' pf sit ! 0 m ma K M pi yi Rier Oas S I - pi.. ... Q i. ,1 la . IM t Wiiker pf (.(!', 1 vprpof uu ' prouf pf 'a 1 '' Willi . .. (I '(rearing nf 17 .tr Oluaa 1 3S Oil !l n to. . hk ray IT i"h llg.lliMi iitss 1st. N il Oaa l.tAij ,e Open Hirh Ix,,-. (B os. eal 1 at oa It M M 10 Sat MV M "f -a 120 161, all b traclble Olvldrad. Tlie Crucible Steel director declared a dividend of 1 per cant, on the pre ferred Mock, resuming quarterly divi dends that a-ere suspended on September 17. 1514 The dividend Juet declared I payable on December II. Th tock I a 7 per cent, cumulative Issue. Unpaid dividend to data amount to J44 par cent Crucible Steal common era quit strong, rising to 77, as compared with a low of Tltt laat Saturday. Tha high I lOtH. touched a few weeks altio. THE STEEL MAJtXXT. Shipyard PI ad ZMMcalty ta Oet taT Material. aporters are flndtug It difficult to secure prtose on 10.00 tons of 70 pounds rails for Prsnos, as seconds are epedgad. Vary few of the rail mills have any surplus of such rails, ss tha rail ssills have been operating eatlslsctortly and any off lota have been readily disposed of In th South. Fabricated structural steel continues strong at 1.7s. to 1 Tic base Pittsburg, for starslar.l eeiiions In fact, most of the structural null, are still worklnr on bar orders for export, which mmtnaiKl m uch lUgher prices. Steel plates are atronger. with prlora ranging front l Kc to 2c pound tor ibipeaent over the nest tar or three monthe. Shipyards are nndlm difficulty In securing either plates or shapes for early shipment. The largest fabricating order continue to come from steel mills that are preparing to Increase capacity. Such contracts placed tn the last few day amount to about 12.00 ton. The Republic Iron and Steel Company hss placed an additional contract for 21.000 ton of beseemer Iron at fl? Valley furnace for a Moment ovar ths trst quarter ef next year. The Republic company has derided to con struct another blast furnaos with a capacity of 160 tons. N O. Taylor Company Is In tha market for 1, 00 tone of beeic Iron for de livery at Cumberland. Pa., over toe second half of nest year. The Marshall Foundry Company Is In the market for UVOOO loos of bessemer for delivery sear the eeooitd and third quartere of 114. Thee are alao In quiries for about tO.OUJ tea of beslo Iron In the Pllteburg diitrtot. TEE STJOAX MAXEXT IM 1134, 114 ITW 1TT4 IN l'4 1 Hi, 7i n it 121U 1! .ail ik, A II 1141, :s4 . 'iMlia.. K 491. 4i, HON OS. ui ihel ti, 144 1144 Kslsrra laacilve tloelna Pedee 1 to 6 Point Iwr. A arm undertone prevailed In the market for raw suiar end sales were reported of 2 000 bags of Port Rico tor prompt ship, men! at 4.77 cents for centrifugal N test. On this basis the spot market remained un changed, eithough it was said thai holder of Cuban sugars were demendlng as high as 4 cents coal and freight tor prompt ship merit, and aalss were reported of 1030 Viaga Cubes for February ahipment st 114 esnts. Refined sugar was Inactive, but firm on the basts of esnts for fine granulated. The market for sugar futures wss Inactive, total sales amounting to l.ttO tons, but lbs market was barely etesdy owing to moderate liquidation and an absence of more than a limited demand. Closing prices were 1 to t points net lower. Prlora follow: OpenmgB-Low- Clos ing, mi. set i Movent nor. lie. emoer. January . w . Kx::::: June July August. Th Alan-Wood Iran and Hteel Com pany I understood to have placed a contract for plant extension with the McCllntlc-Marshalt Construction Com pany calling for 1,S0 ton or fabricated structural steel. Several other contract for extending and Improving plants of steel companlea are (till under considera tion. These will call for probably 10.00) to IB. 000 ton of tl. A significant fact I that soms of these contract are being closed quietly, no general inquiries betna Issued to fabricating companies. The Boston snd Albany Railroad ha put out an Inquiry for two email bridges, calling for 160 ton of gtructural shapes, and about 5,000 ton of other railroad bridge work are pending In the East and cen tral West. e e Tha city of Philadelphia will recelv bid on December on another aacUoti of tha Frankford avenue elevated, call ing for 1,100 ton of steel shapes, an I New York city will receive tender within the next week on the construe tlon of a court house and Jail at Thir tieth etreet and Seventh avenue, calllPK for 1,7(0 tons of structural shapes, see George A Just ha taken a contract for a theatre to be constructed at Brockton, Mas., calling for 700 ton of fabricated shapes, and th Hay Foundry and Iron Company will fabricate 700 ton of steel for an apartment house to be constructed at Fifth avenue and Sixty seventh street. A noted last week, the Hlnkel Iron Company will fabricate 2o) tons of shapes for a building at Maspoth. L,. I., for Mann Bros. Th Passaic Steel Company ha been awarded a contract for ISO tons of structural steel for the Uoldberger a Kramer apartment bona to be constructed on Forty-ninth street and tha Industrial Iron Company ha taken a contract for S00 tons of fab ricated shapes for tha Rarltan Building to be constructed at Perth Amboy, N. f. e e e Bom of tba large fabricating chop In th Bast am section are running; at only little more than (0 per cant, of total capacity, and most of th large a well a many of th smaller shop. are In a position to take on a much heavier tonnage, but the difficulty I In obtaining prompt deliveries on contract for plain material. Among the contract pending are 300 ton for a garage at lllst street. 1.100 ton for a hospital for th detention of women, at Seventh avenue and West Thirtieth street, and 100 ton for an extension to an office building at the southeast corner of Broadway and John street. Several other apartment house and loft build ings In the metropolitan district, which hav been pendliuc for some time, are till In the market, calling for about 1,300 to 1.0OO ton of steel shape, see Th United Statss Steel Corporation I understood to hav mad additional heavy appropriation for plant exten sions, among the latest being a substan tial sum for the building of a by product coke oven at Cleveland, which will facilitate operation at the plant of the American Steel and Wire Com pany. e e Th Minneapolis Steel and Machinery Company 1 reported to have taken sev eral contracts for t ranch excavation tool for th Russian Uov eminent, and the Bull Tractor Company of Minneapolis ha taken eeveral substantial orders for tractor engines for the French and Rus sian Governments. see There continues to lc a good demand for steel making pig Iron, with sales or about is.,000 tons of bain msde In the Philadelphia territory during the last few day. Among tha contracts closed was one for 10,000 tons for the American Steel and Manufacturing Com- par y for shipment over the first quarter of next year. The other sales are made up of everl thousand ton each, mounting to about 8,000 ton, also for shipment over the first quarter of next year, at approximately fig de livered. All 0 thl busbies was taken by a Lehigh Valley furnace. It Is understood that some of this Iron will be shipped from stock. Th Republic Iron and Stael Company haa bought 25,000 ton of bessemer for first quarter, 1918, ahipment. ess Oret Britain. Itly and Janan con tinue in the market for eteel making pig iron, ano some additional contracts have been closed. Including one lot of (00 tons of standard beasemer for ehlpment lo Italy. It I understood that the price , Pi a was between 919.50 and 120 at ship's aide New Tork harbor. Another Inquiry waa put out yesterday for some low grade foundry Iron for export to Grant Britain. Japan la understood to hav closed for some additional lota of low phosphorus nd high grade foundry Iron, and I reported to be still negotiat ing for a large tonnage of low phos phorus. e Several additional salsa of foundry Iron were mads by Ihlgti Valley and Buffalo furnace yesterday, amounting to about 3,(00 ton In lot of 80O to 600 ton each, for shipment over the first quarter of 1916. The price realised range from $17 to (IS at furnace It Is difficult to buy No. 2X foundry In eaatem Pennsylvania under $17, although there were rumor that $10.50 oould still be done. At Buffalo $17 Is the minimum, and eome furnaces refuse to sell under $17.(0 furnace. e e a Congestion on th ratkosda converg ing at New Tork Is moat severe and all sorts of manoeuvres are being re' sorted to to release curs on siding. Ac cording to on report yesterday 11,000 car are held on the tracks of th La hlgh Valley Railroad between New Tork and Buffalo. The urgency for empty car I extreme, and on a New Jersey railroad. It I reported, some material waiting; export to Russia has n un loaded on the (round, possibly to release rolling stock. e Steam coal continue soarcs and strong at full prices for prompt ahipment, whlla CM bituminous coil Hold yesterday at $1.40 to $145 at the mines. Including one lot of (.000 tons for export and one lot of 74.000 tons for delivery over th next twelve month to a domestic consumer. THE BALTIMORE MARKET. BALTIMORK Nov. s.-Actlvlly continued In Cosdsn. which wss unchanged for the day Other stocks were steady and not muck changed. The summary: Onen- Jfish. u. n. C - 'M; !. 'ng- 84 Citizens Bank if Con Power.... JOOOCoaden MSCoadeu p: i uavteon a0 Klkhorn I Fidelity Den II Houston Oil oust on oil pi Pf. t4 3 M 2144 4 U4 M 17 M 21 14 M 714 N 70 M7 K 14 1 94 If M 41 M 24 4 114. 11 H 1 BOSTON, Nov. 23 -Copper eharea wers steady but lee actlv. Alaska OaM. Amen ran Zinc, and fhaltack and Artsns were the most ertlve stocks la the mining le partment. New York. New Haven and Hart ford waa the most actlv railroad share, holding needier then yesterday Atlantic. Gulf aud West Tndlea common and preferred r features in th miscellaneous net. both ruling strong The summary : rkMM. Wih. Taw. Cloa. Sales. fog. ett. t. mg las Anmeett H14 low. Alssks Gold 1791 100 Algomah l4T 13 Alioues (9 9mi American Zinc ... 704 71 Anaconda 99 ISO Anions Com 74 141 Sim Alex Scott. 1114 4 Hutte Bal 9g 177 Rune terpen or t?v 171 Calumet Axla. . Wis 24 Calumet i Red 97 39 Chino s( 54 Copper Range 92 est Esst Butte 191 119 Franklin I 920 Oranby 94 7.M Greene cananea It Indiana 129 Inspiration 1.. laianu t ress 11 Island tree no Isle Royaie.. 2m Kerr Lass 19 Lake 10 La Salle 19MSSS Con 199 Mayflower 9 Miami 9m Mohawk 499 North Suit 10 North tke lie Old Colony 91 Old Dominion. 100 Osceola : Pond Creek 9SS Qulncy lea Ray Con 1 Santa Fe 1179 ShMlock too South Las 100 South ftah 431 At Mary's 1 10 Superior Cop Dee ttt Trinity 190 Tuolumne 779 17 9 Smelting . . 911 IT . Smelting pf 19 ftah Apex 100 I t ah Copper (0 Winona RAILROADS 10 Boston Kleveled.. 93 25 Boston a Maine.. 1 Boston A Prov . 20 1170 NY. N H A H... 77 1 Old Colony 19 1 Rutland pf 10 10 West Knd St Ry .. 9114 19 West Knd H 1 pg MrSCEULANEOr 10 Am Agr Chem... TM 724 1 Am Agr cnem PT in 1A Amookeag 99 a Am .Hugsr 11 2 Am Sugar pf lltH 899 Am Tel Tel . It9 1 Am Woolen 9 jr Am Woolen pf 99 I74 At Oulf W 1... 91 909 At Gulf A W I Pf 49 92 Edison 940 10 General Electric. ITS 61 Mass Oas.... 9IU. 1 Mesa Oa pf a McXIwatn pf... 92 N E Telephone 11 Pullman 90 Swift A Co 2 Tomngton Executor Chartered 182 Trustee . 14 91 s . 9 3e . 29 WS If . 47 4 S'4 144 91 a 9 M SO 29 II S'a a u 04 in Vs (97 99 92 ft 19 94 49 u, 43 99 2114 i 19 944 994 92 IS I's 9!a 94 a 11 ail 2H 941a r. 90c 97 arr'4 10 IV 44 3s M n 99 71 MS 7S I 9914 M7 99 92 s 19 94 49H H 44S 41 ! 29H 4 114 (S II le M 32U I 99Mj W 1 0'. M H Mi H nc 90 27'a lfl'a v 44V. 4SH w ml 3'. 92 92 n 99Mj :'.!', T.i, 190 2M wn :s't 79M 7744 loO 1EA 199 an 90 o 93Va 914 " 99 93 91 The Fanners' Loan and Trust Company Nob. 16, 18, 20 & 22 William Street Branoh Office, 475 Fifth Avenue New York. L0ID0I, 16 Oookirmr 8t, 8. W. 26 Old Broad Strati, ft a FABIB, 41 Bttdmid HktvMuas BESLIH, 5t Uator in Llndan, ft W. 7 TrtTelen' Letter, of Credit Administrator Foreign Exohango. Ouardiai If It Fair . KV . 99 .199 ' Torrlnalon pf.. 992 L'nlted fruit. ... .IS 944 . 99 ! 101 w 117 ms 12 9 99 4S 7'4 240 179 TH MS 99S ia 19 1991 3S 10 90 29 MS -sr. fni shoe Mark 79 l'nl Shoe Mcb pt H i m. 1- a Sal sma 1 T7 steel pf "(S IJ 71 Venture Ofl US gl 92 Western Vnlon 99'e BONDS $1(9 Am Agr Ckem (e 9S mh 4990 Am Tel Tel 49 91 91 (00 Am Tel A Tal 4HS1J7 107 2990 A O 4 s 1 H. . . a z 200 C I Q Joint 4s ism v Oot Yarn ss mm alh Sa 99A4 sass Western Tel (e. S MV4 99V4 744 744 9SA, J 9S 94 THE BOSTON CUBB MABJDST 10" 11 1114 129W 90 94 13 49 94 ITS 97t4 9T.S 99 1121, 1M 199 K 4S 2 s IKS IIS 19 S'a 91 107 79 M'a 74 M14 99 Ss 7: IO. 99 1HS HHa US', M 99 h 94 11 97 H 99W 11714 19 12 94S 99 1(9 494 9H ll(w US as Mi, 91 107 7914 M'a 74 Ml, Bft BOSTON Nov -Ts prices follow : Alvsrsdo Bar Slate Oaa Bingham Bohemia Begote Boston mm atntie A London Calaveras . Chief i oneo uneven ConMlidaled Arisen .... Consolidated Copper Crown Reserve Cortes Cl Corhln Davia-Dalz Kagle A Bluehell Piret National Copper ... Goldneld Houghton Iron Bloasom 19 Koes Majestic Mcfcinler Dsn-agh Mexican Melala Mines of Amerie New Baltic New Cornelia V,viuU rtmiaiaa Ohio Copper onero Southwest Mleml Stewart Mining l'nlted Verde Extension ftah Melala Tonopah Belmont Tonopaa Mining Yukon Gold Boston curb closing Bid Asked Tft is .si .a .79 i a .41 . .99 .41 l's IS IS IS .97 .11 .06 BS IS 2W 2 .(, .91 .19 ,9 IS M a 2 !io i 90 .5 &l 104 4S 4Ve 2S lw 13 .07 IS l 9'a ! 'S to ta pwpjtji you har ere tad, to jrour famll to wham you will taar it to It fair to your own urpo ta commit tha many nabtoms Incident to th ettlement of your estate to a matsa insipai tencod ta such matters i" Th ssfmopalltan Trust Company ha maun tain ad twiatsr rtiptotUy dnc 1U1, an organisation trainer in th handling f th many tntricnt problems of trusteeship. Thli organlss ticsa command ample resource and in every way justifies th mcraaatng confidence which it i continually receiving. Bkfm "lU StrUct Veu" mill is ssnf sasst rseasit Metropolitan Trust Company of th City of Now York OooifC C. Van Tuyl Jr., President 49 Wall Streot Investment Values After the War? Some contend that capital at the close of the present war will be in great demand and therefore higher rates of interest will result. Others maintain that the rebuilding process will be slow and that low interest rates must be expected. Those purchasing the 5 Five Year Joint Bonds of the British and French governments are protected against variations in interest rates by obtaining a short term 5 bond at 98 (repayable at 100) carrying a call on a long term 4 bond at 100. Full particulars on request A. B. Leach & Co. Investment Securitiea 149 Broadway, New York OmCAOO PHIl.ADTil.P1UA BCOTOft BUFFAIjO BALTIMORE, LONDON THE GRAIN MA1EET. BRITISH CONSOLS SHOP TO 57. :. 4" an :S 55 .15 IS 1 so 40 IS 10' S S n THE CHICAGO MARKET. CH1CAOO. Uov. B Stewart Warner showed an eaaler trend, with the slock receiving food support on th setbeck Swifts and Union Csrhlrle held very steady. Illinois Brick rte dined : points on nioderele selling ( hicago Rati war nrst (vrtlflstes ms.le a aiibsiamial recovery Bend msrket active and strong. The summary: . uusan- niaii' i" viu sal 9 Am nwaaaer Am Shlpbldg .. 190 Am Shlnbldg pt U Booth fish of. . !0 Chgo Pnsu Tool 105 Chgo Rys ssr 1. IM Chgo Rja ssr 9. :v Cora kVnon 172 Diamond Match 70 Illinois Brick .... 19 Mont Wrd nf.. 9 National Carbon 9 People Oas 117 Pub Ser pf 1.1 Quaker Oala pf. (9 Sears Roebuck . 1496 Stewart Warner 999 Swift A Co...... iw t'nlon Carbide im t'nlon Switch . . . 4 Deere nf BONDS 10M Chgo Ry B Is 990 Edison 199 Chgo Ry A as 1000 Inlsnd Steel 9s. 9000 Met eit 4a 15900 Met I, let 4. . .. 15000 Peo Oas ref 9. HIS 114 1HS September October... Prev inf. do. (704.09 179 9 99 149 I II 1(7' 9 (9 144 lit 141 141 It 149 199 119 Hi 1 11 I IK 1 11 1 11 1.19 111 1 11 (14. Ill 9.19 IK 199 Ml ttt 114 114 1.2 124 IM 177 919 29 SS 116 1 19 1 99 1 94 i. SS trnfito tit iMarcantlle Truet M, (0 Merch Meoh Bt X Northern Central , w a r. . 40 Henna i fapu pa on.. 29 Sanulpa Oil pf. 20 Smlnglon .... 4 ifrrion Trust . . . 19 Way! ami O HAM A C moo a p si c 4s . . . -i si i 494 4.H, 4.TU in, :M u& u$ u?t ... ia:a l 11TJ 1 ...139 IB tie laa -9 1 .-a 91 99 19 7: 72 71(1 n3 h f si) 10 90 ! l( 12 91 91 ins. est. eai ilia TO 179 (70 979 .9 99 99 99 .99 99 79S 79S . 94 74 74 74 .45 99 II 99 . 71 7IS 79 71 . KH 1S "S lS .149S 149S 141 14i' .ion! I Va V 1S . 79S 79S 71 71 .ins ms ms HIS .196 1M 19S IK 11IV9 HIS HI IK .190 19 199 109 .lamA 104U 10914 199V4 .1974 1S7S 117S IKS .91 tt 9S US .1(9 1194 111 IV, 199 19 149 149 .190 1V 119 IM . 964 994 454 914 .79 79 79 7 .1014 101S IMS 104 . 904 S MU 904 loia; i9S tots io!4 .70 70 79 70 . 71 7( 7( 78 .1024 101S IMS 1024 90 7V4 V.44 'BUM US. Mm cv 4s.. i: P A C 44a... KM Ku ,u asu 1190 C of B 4s 93...... 994 MS MS MS 990 4) Ol 4 -l li SS SS 99 91 rs) Con Power notes. 194 144 1004 194 MOM Davison Chsm ss 11 191 11 11 ahribasa h at a NEW 8XCDRITTE8 LISTED. Iieaasfs A d ssl I s More Tfeaa 9114,000,000 ta Tradlna. Th following sscrurltts ware added yea terday ta ths Stock Exchange list: Chlis Copper, 19,090.900 espi al stook. Hiudsbaker Corporation, I2.0l!a,o00 com mon stock, on ana after December 4. Bush Terminal Buildings. 1190.099 first mnngafS guaranteed ( per cent, bonds. Toledo, St. liouls and Western. 11.491.999 Union Trust of New Tork reelslersrl car Irlcsies of dsposll for 4 per cant fold bonds, with authority to add 1. 9(0.999 additional. I'M. ago. 8t. Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha Railway. 12,000.000 ( per esnt. de benture bonds. -., m in ilng Tabulating -Be cording Com pany. 110,900,000 capital stock, DAILY TREASURY 8TATEMEHT. WASHINGTON, Nov M. The statement et the receipt and aUburacmenle of the Treae ury ahowsi This mo. fiscal yr eeelpls Mt.M9.M4 I9M.9M 470 Disbursement M.M9.9M SU.Oal.lM Dadt 910.KI.M4 I44.744.9M Receipts from eu stoma to day. MM. 469: tnternsl rsvsnus, anHnary. (U97.444; Incom tax, 9HO.M4: mlerellaneoua, 177.1(9. Natlnnal bank note rsosrved far redssap tlon. 91.71l.. . The current statement of ths United Slates Treasurer for November 29 ahowa OBNEBAXi runi) Available fold Avllbl ailver United Stalea note National bank note snd Federal reserve not Certified cheeks on banks subsidiary siiser, miniw com ana ilvsr bullion Undaulflsd tunsortsd ourrencyl Deposits In bank and Phtll Treasury Avsilabl nd mfrantsr nan. in llppln Treasury (99.79 117 11.70J.I99 1,301.15 M.244.l n.iu 97,944.441 (74.4M .mm aas Deduct current liabilities M.M99M Net balano is gsusral fund 111,97 2M RKHEHVE rUMD. Oold casta and bullion (Ml r.M TKOaT IfUav. snLMt?t Wheat flsaea Flssa S(rea Cora Llat Help other Oral a. Th buyln- of wheat for th account of ths Knfllsh Government on Monday eiceeded th estimates. It 1 unurratood thst totsl British absorption of Canadian 1 wheat on that day sn c.loss to 1 .too.- ! 000 bushels In addition to this th j Dutcti Government waa credited with . purchase of about (O4),000 bushels, Mainly Manitoba. The market again rwcovere.1 sharply yesterday As the new continued quite bearish It wa surmised that siren foreign houses had resumed their quiet accumulation of wheat. However, there was no evidence of a great amount of export business, the day's foreign taking being placed at lees than (CeS.OOO buime!. The pronounced upturn In the corn mar ket exerted much Influence over the wheat trad and stimulated considerable of the afternoon short covering, The new of th recent heavy expert buslnees was not available to the trade during yesterday's session. It ssrved te emphssts the serretlve methods adopted by the export boueee, however. The Hud son Bay Company, which bought wheel heavily Mat year for England, waa con neoted with Mnmlay'e big wheavt buyln at Winnipeg. Beceuee of the belief that North American wheat growers have cloee to !. 009,00 bushels a day available for for eigner there waa no great nervousness among shorts by the disclosure of the In creaaed foreign asslmilsMon of euppllse Wheat values wers quits weak before midday. There were dsottnes of about two rente a busbsl In the Liverpool snd Huenos Avree markets, and our markets re eponjeu with overnight losses of about a rent a bushel Contlnoavt largs receipts funher depreessd sentiment for s tuna, and while It vess pointed out that d irlng the Iset two days the hear etc .,- at Mlnnespxlls and Imluth had actually ahown a modsrete decrease, authorities say that bafore he week expire these centres will report fair net In.reasssa 1n their alo. ka (hlw. wheat st.wks sre now being replenished, hut It 1s etill esld that that market lands itself to the upsra tlons of powerful Western trsders rVmrfaireei a world's viaible wheat ahowe the following tnlala: Sl.ooe.oeo buehele In ths United mates, against 17.000 000 a year ago 71.000.000 In Canevds. agslnst 11.000 OOo' last ssaeon. and 77,000.000 In and afloat for ICurops, compared wHh 71.000, 900 a year ago. Tba net sain for the seek an 1 200.000 bushels. The larger supplies at Knglish points have adversely affected values at Liverpool . ..r,, TM, market raaJlv featured the grain list. The outrtds buslnees was large Commission house wsre ectlve on ins huvlng elds. Msny recent bulls are said lo havs liquidated and sre surprised et the absorptive rsipsclty of ths msrket. CToun try houass bought corn on bsianoe yeeter dsy. Ths sensationally bullish crop re ports from Iowa and ths mors northerly sections of the belt continued to be re ceived. The foreign merkate were etrong and ei port bids hsrewsremore numerous, slthoulh ths actual foreign buying waa not believed to bs of noteworthy prrrportrrens. Titers Is no pressure 1n ths . ash markets due partly .k. 1 1 w. hrn, movement- The re eluie tor vara days have been about 1.000,000 under Uiase or a year sao. om n tn tks mon-emsnt a the farmers flntsh tliMr husktng operstksns Is looked for. Several stop Visas orders on the short side were reached yesterday. Osts -The price llat ws advanced In ormformJty with the strength ef tlie corn market Fresh speculsttve demand wss not ectrve, however. There was moderate heslgs selling on the upturns. Reoslpta ere expected to Increase this week F'or elgn buying was light yesteedey. although there haa been a fair buslnees re ently In Csnsdlan oat for ssport. Prois4one Wuotmtlims were mnvel up sharply. Ths demand from ehorta waa a-. tive snd soms stop loss orders were reached. lilberaJ hog re, el pre did not rauas pressure. Ths weight of t lie hof arrivals la etill Ught. Chicago prlrea: Open- Hlfh- I-ow Clos Prev Wheat' mg est. eat lug, close Ijecsoiber . IMS 14 W la MM 1094. 1094 1S 101 l'XS 14 Dumber M H II Ml l Sty . . .. S 4 I'S ITS MS De'.'vrnber WV " M 994 May ... 44 H? tov, MS 404 January sT.tl 1 M II .7 ITeM 17.17 , 17 30 17.70 17 M 1T.M 17.17 jamilLry M 9 4 9JB .M . itia ,73 7 ,r jiiaVy 9M 9(1 9 9 97 isy' Ml 7 Nsw Tork wheel price: (losing December "OS STERLDiO EXCHANGE HIGHER. Strsegrst Mark Ia Rrerkai Since (he Big Break. .-n.. .irhanu tos,k another aanur-f yeaterilay, closing t th highest flerures sine tne Dig oraas wnicn carried damand trl1ng down to .no. w .. .. A ..linw clnseii at 4.70. wit h cables at 4.70,. Thl compares with 4tl94 for the rormar anq .(u-oj tor th lattr on Monday. Franc clod at , am, m . kuL. Bnd H414, ajar nsJalew against t.S and 6 2 respectively the day previous. Italian um wm uimiisngeq at 9 41 '9. as war rubls at II tt. v, .. -t. . MM down to a new low rarxsrd on th present movement, closing at 80 9-10 lor Signs uiatva aim awTi mr otvbles. Ths previous clos was 801 for th former and 10 U-1S for tha latter. Austrian kronen war unchanged. at 14.40. SUB-TREASDRY OTATEKEHT. WON DAT. Paid by banks to a Pal4 by skis -Treasury to bank. un- irwaasurr Last te bank as day trans lations K.1M.M STNCM PRTDAT laaarr. Jaail a lmTfta-m:: WUM fjss, to bans o3Srl banks vlou sjresk.. liTffittf Leaves I la lOO Years Other Her sr. Ills Mold Tkelr Ows, Lonpon, Nov. 23 Th abolition of th minimum price on the Stock Ex change did not result In any particu lar pressure to sell. The trading wa on th whole rather alow. Th principal change waa In the market for console. The minimum on these has been f6. The opening to-day waa at 51 and the price subsequently went to 17. The mar ket was quite active in this security. The day's price Is the lowest for more than 100 years. However, the rate during the Napoleonic wars wa S per cent. Instead of the 2 per oent. rat now ruling. Just before the buttle of Water loo, th low psrlce for th 3 per cent, consols was (34. Previous to that they had sold a low a (0 4. I .ending foreign securities were not affected, they having recently ruled above the minimum American Issues were narrow. Canadian shares ruled easier. Rubbers were etrong In sym- painy with th staple. THE COFFEE MARKET. Prices Eaaler aa Rapertatlon of ! Weakaes la Brasll. II Is the opinion in many quartera In the i roBse market ths the Inereaeed difficulty 111 marketing coffee in Rurope as a result of the Interrupted tra-ie with Scandinavia will cause I weakness in Hraitl and bring about more 1 liberal offennra from there In the domestic market. Owing 10 this impreaatoii .iri,s:e 111 Ika local market yesterday st-re easier but j covering on the part of December .liorta d heavy awnohlng from thai poaition 10 the later montha commanded the attention of ISO Ira and pn.-e changes were narrow closing st a net decline of 1 to It points Total salea were I7.TM beg Coal a: I freight fere from Hrsnl confirmed the expectstion SI lower priora, aa utideecritard ttantns 4a were uffersd here at 9Xoc to (Me., and well des.nbed 4a at o to 4.:ij.. while ba were! uote.l ii lv. all London credits Rio Ta were offered at 7 tic Ixmdon creshta an.1 rg American credlta The demand, however, waa alow, end the feet that dehvsrlea ao far "is month have amountcl to about 7a .mio bears strengthened the nnimon thel Interior . handlers are well eiirvilled wllh coffee Spnl ' prices remained urs-hanged. with Bio 7s unoted st 7l,c to 74c. The official BrsiiUaa bl ahos,l a decline of 75 rels In Rio and 100 rets in Hani. is. while 1 Rio exchange on London waa Mad lower at ; 1!,flR.'rd?" 9 ir" P"" srere I ,0M bags. : against M.9S9 lest year. Prices follow 1 Open-High -Ixiw- Cloa Prer I . lag. set. sal. ing. cloee November .. st i m Ds'bW ((( (M .M 9eJ4.4a C l January .. g jH t so J-ebruary (MM.1 t , ' March 997 4 99 194 4 Mf.i . 1(2 I MMI S6.tr... iW, , ( (7 .M.M .Tt June 7StM .T9 '" 77 ( 71 9 7R 4 7904.M 4 41 August 4H4T4a9 IM Vptembar ( M .M n ( nm n M October iS$M 9.M I MONEY AUD EXCHANGE. The New Tork Federal Reserve Hank rates were 4 per cent for thirty to ninety days and par cant for longsr bills I Open market discounts, prims socept ancee, maturing up to ninety davs !US 14 par cent. mw I Commercial paper rates wars 1914 per1 osnr for sixty 10 nlnsty dan bills and for four to six months beat name. 3 u fa 4 par cent for others ' all money on the floor of th Hi o -k Ia change yeaterday ruled at 1 per cent, high, t per cent ; low, 14. pr crnt Time money held aleadv Rates were 24024 par cent, for alxty days. 2l par cent for ninety days. ItjtS. per cent for four months and 3034 per cent, for five months 1 raterlln exchange was Arm Final quo tations sore : Iiemttnd, 4.70. cables, 4.7044. Call money In London. I ( a 4 per ,-ent. short bills. 44 par cant , three months bills. 44 per cant. Domestic exchange en Nsw York: Hf Loula. par. 8an 1'ranclaco. 90c prsmlum. Mlnneapolla, 40c. premium: Chicago. 10, diacount. Cincinnati, par; Montreal. 494c ; discount. lUr ailver in London, tSSd. New Tork oisac New Tork Cleerlnf House ststement Eichanfe.. 1534. 609,177: balances, 1:4 044. 147: 9ub-TTsaury credit balance, fill, 419. BUSEsESS TROUBLES. A W. M.i itii ic. INC.. women's ppsre:, 144 rifth sveuue, mads an assignnisnt t II Howard Hancock A petition In bank, ruptcy an alao filed againat tha corpo ration by creditors. Liabilities ars said to be 110.000, aaaeta II.OOo. Alfred W. Maurloe le preaident of the corporatlmi A petition In bankruptcy was filed agelnat him on I-Vliruary 3, 1015, and he mads a settlement with creditors at 30 .-nla on the dollar. Ths concern waa . Incorporated on March .. capital atock 110.000 HANNAH FREUD, corsets. 'J2 Weat Twin, ty-thlrd street, nied a petition In bank ruptcy. Liabilities 140.171, assets 11,111 8hs has a claim against a women's club for 111,000 for rent, of no value. 81HKKK lUtli.S Petition In bankruptcy waa filed by crsdltura against Jaoob Mrheff, tradlnf as Wcheff Hroa., maim, faoturer of braids, bib Broadway, He made an itaalfninent on November 19 THlltTY-yiVB PER CBNT. AllTOMO DII.K SUPPLY COMPAJMY. Ill Duin atraat. petition 1n bankruptcy by cred itors. I, labilities are aald to be 110.000 assets 130,000. Ths company made an assignment on November 19. IMPORTERS PRODUCE BXOHAJJOB. INC., 90-11 Sullivan atraat Petition In bankruptcy tiled by B. Volgt, a creditor fer 14,431. It waa alleged that the company transferred 11,400 lo s7hrlea Andrsts, an officer of the company. .Lia bilities 11,009, aaaeta 19,900. B8A HAZA. trading sa th Western Trad ing Company t 93 Union Square and In Baltimore, petition In bankruptoy by vrediiore. lie made en assignment on Mondsy. DAVID THRU, (11 Msat 199d strestt. pell- International Mercantile Marine Company COMMON STOCK. Recent developments in the business and in the situation affecting the securities nf the INTERNATIONAL MERCAN TILE MARINE COMPANY have heon such as tn render it now necessary for the holders of the COMMON STOCK to unite for the. proper determination of their rights and the protection of their interests. For that purpose, and at the reouest of holders of a large amount of the COMMON STOCK, the undersigned have consented to act as a Committee under the terms of a De posit Agreement, which has been prepared and copies of which may be obtained at the office of the Depositary thereunder, the UNITED STATES MORTOAOE AND TRUST COMPANY, No. 55 Cedar Street, New York City, Holders of COMMON STOCK of the above-named Com pany arc invited to deposit their certificates of stock, duly en dorsed for transfer, with necessary stamps attached, with the Depositary, and the Depositary will issue its Certificates of De posit therefor. In view of the publicity already given to the affairs of the International Mercantile Marine Company, the Committee deems it unnecessary at this time to do more than suggest to th) holders of the COMMON STOCK the necessity for the immedi ate deposit of their shares. Dated, New York, November 22, 1915. JOHN' M . PI.ATTCN. I hatrman. President of United Slates Mnclarearr A Trust IV I.RWia I., f I.AKKK. President of American Kachanga National Usnk DONALD 41. tiP.DOES, 4 'lark. Dislge a Co.. A. H. H. PoStT. Preaident of Mercantile Trust a Depiadt t'ompanv. Itattlmore. a 1 si x l . Hiliivii, Wlnakiw. Lanier A i n . 4AII I.I4M I . VAN ANTWKBP. an Autsrrp. Ilishon a Co.. t OMMI 1TF.E. ALFRED A. COOK. Counsel CBAVNTBY II M1HPMF.V. Secretary 45 Cedar St.. New York. INTERNATIONAL MERCANTILE MARINE To Holders of Preferred Stock: The investigation into the affairs of the Marine Company and it 9 subsidiaries by the accountants employed by the Committee has been actively proceeding, nnd the results confirm all announcements hereto fore made by the Committee. The certificates of deposit issued under the deposit agreement dated September 21, l'lla, have been listed upon the New York Stock Ex change. Holders of preferred stock are urged to deposit the same, duly endorsed for transfer, with stamps required hv the Federal and State laws, with CENTRAL TRUST COMPANY OF NEW YORK, the Depositary of the Committee, at its office, 54 Wall Street, New York City. The Committee will continue to receive preferred stork on dexsit without penalty until the close of business on DECEMBER 1. 1915. Dated, November It, 1915. C K. RIUI.P.R. Secretary. .'.4 Wall Street. ch Nor', ("it .IOI. INK, LARKIN ,v It vf II BONK l.i)H KSA ALKX Mi;n 4 4MIS N . WALLACE, Chairman. HKKKI 94 4.NS. lit Kit V ItltON M It. I 111 III HK k 94. H4 IITT, t UABLatal II. MtBIN, I omnilttee TO THF Hill lints Of rtMT MORT GAGE ( .11 II III -INKING H'NIl 1,111 l IIONIIs. OP HI -II I I KVI1N l Bl II IIIM. (I.MI'IM line Altrll 1st, I'"" The unilcrslgned I'rusiee iin-kr lh. mir: gage given to secure the ,tboe described Issue of t.n.Is, destreg under sutltority of said mortgage to expend ths sum of aei nty-sla tlioussn.1 (our bun4rd and llftl . tikilara 1 T4,t.r) 001 In .the purcltas f bonds .f Bald Issue for the slinking Kund. lirulded stleh purchase can. In lie . pliiloii. j i... now made aaieantaeaouatv jea.:e I offers .if aal I bonda may be as.nl to ths offlcu of 1144 ;l:e undfffSlgllcd, Trust DttttRIlrt, ''" 3"flI Hroaiiuay, New Yrk l1t', on or before 4 1 4 . Liecember 11th, lylj. at (Watts o'clo.k 1913 tKH.n. ; 4I0 Bonds acrepte.l musi be delivered on te 4:71 cetnlier Ittli. or Security furnlehel that 4.144 day, If reiiulred. that da'lvery will bs I 417 5 mads within ten dsva The right ta rs- 4,s5, ecrved by tho unJcralrne-l to reject any 1 4417 and nffc-a. COM VI HI TRI -T CtMI'4.NY, TeilstesV IIEORIIK B. V'A.RRBN, VIC President. Dated, New York, ii. tiiiber S":h. K.I.KI'TltlNM ANO .41 11.11 N'tia. TllirANSUA1. KI.KfTIOS OK IIIRBTTORS of The lCuultable l.lfe Aesiiriince Ssvieity of the l'nlted states will be held In tlie rseume of the Huvte'.. No l llrc.i -I way. In th lluroiigh of Ms nliai tun, N.-w York, on iNedtieiny. December it. ill, ut twelve ..clock noun. Su ih other buslne,sa will be 'twsisacteil as ma bo Dropsrly brought .Wore tlie riiectiiig WII.I.IA-M Al.KX ANTtKlt. p-relaj-y New York. Novemlier -4tb. lflf, MDBMPTION NOTICS. Chicg and Western Indiana Railroad Co r.RNKRAI. MORTl.AI.K BOVOS. Trualeew' Office. Himi 93 (Ath l'luorl. Mills Building. New York, Nov. I, 1119 Tha Trusaeea have thla day designated. by lot, ths folios ti g: S34a (III ll l( J4JH f. 3 ' 4 1191 ;i(l 44,'ul 1 4i'l 4131 4444 4141 401 Ii41 (441 (1 1 1 III! 11440 rTH 47tJ t JOT 70S7 Ilia 7;i: 73.'iJ Ta-.!) 7477 7.31 ITS'. 0149 111, !'.l 1404 471 il).', ((ta 177.1 SDH.' a ..u s:7. DOal JH (iii alio (M (III J37H I't 7S in 4 Mil 9141 1 io7i I01S5 lo:44 10:73 1":mi 10474 Ml I95( 10,11 lU .117 I0TM 10T4i 1 a 7 V H ins;. 1OSH0 10919 1 104 f tlio 130 bonis lee. 1 of the 'hl llOi: 1 1017 1 1 1 ill 11171 ii2(( 116 7 il: 11147 11714 1 173.1 1 1 SH 11114 11911 1 11(1111 1 197 1 1 1911 1141 1 : i 1 1 i - s 4 7 l(U 134(1 l:(ii 13111 iiiii 12f'i uia. 1194 19:97 11114 13410 '30', 1,1411 I (til 1374 . 1371" !l"7 11(17 140: 1 14:'9 . 14:7 14111 Issued 'eg" a Hon In sankruntny by oradtuotw WOlaT OMBK8TEIN. grocery olsrk. 114 East ITId streeit, aird a petition In bank ruptcy! liabilities I9.li:. aeasu 1,00, Is aooosjMs of as value. aBRMAKN VON MOllHTKIN, waho kept . boarding house at Noruh Wiiita Ike whrrgt was burned eom tine earn, riled a pstHksn In aankruptcv; llahUttlee lit ee9 (1 14 AMUXL InMsWati dealer ha fruit. and vegeluhles at rvrt Chester, petition in bankruptcy by four ere 11'ors, s-lrh clelms of (0 i. rellliun nlamlasrd. APU,?H WOMMMvaJUdff Hough hss dlanilased the petlllou ni.-d on June :4 aaralnsl Adolph Wolgan7, women's snd men's furnishing gi-ni-. 7.: Columbus euvenue, on a settlement with creditor et 21 cents on tho dollar oasli Receiver A.iolnle.l. JOHM OOWMKR villi: ELBVATOTl COM -I'ANY-Oudgo Hough has arpolnted .lease Watson ros4vei of ths John Kom- mer;lle Klevator Company, 1 II Wst Thin iclh street , bond S.0O9, Aen ir fLOOOi Asalgnmenl. VIN'iKN'ZO BIZZAIII. gr.cer. 111 First aisnue. enHlgniuent to Henrv A C On for, Live atock Market. Tt'F.SPAY, November II Receipts of bvl were 74 4 bead, nearlvi sll of which were consigned for slaughter. No trailing of Important) In live cattle, i Feeling gteadrj With ilKht receipts ea - ' pecte.1 for Wcdnes 1uv'a innrket Dressed , bssf slow, at in't Ql(Vo, per lb. for city i dreaaed native sides. ltecnlpta of calves were 349 head all for1 ths market. Trade was iUlet, but prices eteadv. A car of Canada STar was holding for better Brio, Common to, thole viaia tela t I'lili: per too lb.; cull at 7; graesers st 0 o.97 15 ; year lings at l'it4 7b. lresaed calvea aere , ovist but steady at IIIAylo, for city, dressed veals, llVtlO. for country dressed ltecalpta of ehecp and lambs were 11 040 I head. Including I cara for the market i Sheen rule I stsadyi lambs we. rt llrill to I higher. Common to guu,l alieep aold at I4WI '0 POt I1'" I 1 fo prime latuba St 19 :6)ll ,11 . f Of choice Weal Vlr glnla at 19 76: cull lambs and M-arllliga at 1.1i0WI7. Dress...! mutton iflow at 111 llHc.; dressod lambs iiriu at !3tylla I hug dr.sssed at l(l4t(a country drssssd llAthnusS Ismlss steady al :.'.01J'J Ji'T csrnsaa. Receipts of bogs were fi ::.4 bead. Includ ing lialr a car for the m.irUei Prices lower nnd good medium fTgnl hogs sold at 14. uo per loo iba . roughs at Cstintry drsaaed hogs stesdy at tr u I -.' . roattling pigs at U'Ur 717 1 Till I oi .1 191.3 II as the numbers UU If r t l.c t riisi Wea'.rn Indiana Ral road Company dated December 1st. il, ta lie redeemed, by the operation of the Sinking Fund on Dec lei nan, at Hie oitlc of Mssr J P Ifsraan Co. New lurk, n' 1(1 aid aerud Inta est to tbl ilaie Heglatered bonda houl I bs accompanied by power of (tloro tranaferring them to beater. CHAHLLrl II RUisHKl.L I UKRBI3UT L, s.lV I'l.lll. KB, Trustees Pacific Liciht & Power Corporation PROPOSALJ ITOH BOKD41 The unorlgnr1 trustee under the ri-s' end Refunding Mortarage ..r the ps, in Ught and 1'i.wcr L'rrrporali, dated Nov loin. Kit, bus -c. s!.-.i tb .'11111 or nil.. vi.,.;i ,,s Baynteni to the Kinking Kund mentioned la aabi inorigsg for tne pur uii. i.sa ,,f bonds lee ie i iltereunder ana in trite tenders f such b mds fi.r such pur Oh to ail atn.uin eulfl. lent t,i ealiaust said sum. Proposal will be received bl the undersigns I at its Olflce, (i Cedar tft N'oit York city, up to IS O'clock noon en Dec. at.ii, Kll, lhs right la jrsere.i to releot any bid I'NITIllI .STATUS MORTUAOH AND TRUST t0 By CA1.VHRT BltKW BR, Ice Prssldesit Al IKK A. wnnn MOWING RK AP ING MAI HINT 10MI-AN V I'lrst Befundlng Mortguge Gold Bonda. Notice la hereby ifli.n tiurs lant tr tha lertna of the ntartgags of aaui company daleii June 1st 1 P 5, to The Security True! Company of Troy ns Trust, that the fq lowing bonds have thla day been drawn for redempt Ion. I'll : :4. 190, 199, ;l?, 27. Ill, SS4. 43J, 411 i. 494, 1.04, 679, 1,14, ..... f.rl9, 71S. 77s, alu. I"-. 70, SS'J, 181. u 1U4, III The Inter on the same si iraii Dei ember 1st. Iltl, and tha princi pal of tba bonla will be paid on ami atar that date at Ths Security Trust t'oinnaoy of Tnn. Troy, N. Y. THH BBCL'HITV Tlll'sT COWPAKT OK TROT, Trustsa. Bv HKOHiir. I, II A It B, Secretary. Tmv, Ni Y, aOVinbF t, 1111, The Full Measure" i if Hint (in iwth from rour hcln ilrivrndH Urv l nn lhf binit nf air thvv broAthf ('UnilDuuUM imrti utr i 1'iisurviJ I'V Van Zile Air Deflectors Nu KijttnllOll llci'ilrtl mi i nn use ulli i ,tSl ettlllikT Vkn fu r fmii r i n i our.. ;m uiiUn4i mi lOmn i.;m7 i urtimuii a' Vlill Ii if if