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THE SUN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 1916.
UNCERTAIN SWING TO COTTON PRICES Coiimk Distribution Figures I'rntiuco Little Effect on Trading Sentiment. GOODS KXrORTS SMALL After the muni Irre guiarlty, cotton rioted itMtttlny ut prlcta showing very little n't change, for the day. There naa a decline In the forenoon and a r.illy towurd the clone. Trading was largely professional, as lias been the rule recently, and floor trader, who are nen rally .'illRncd with the bear elde, were quick to cover ns soon as they aaw any nanlMilmT In the undertone. Th Census Ilureau Inued Ita report on the consumption of cotton by Ameri can mills during December, which It placed at approximately 656,000 bates, a new high record, against 461,000 balea in December last year. The total for the five month tnded December 31 as placed ut 1,632,000 balea, against J.lSI.000 last year. The stocks of cot ion In manufacturing establishments wtro t'luccd at 1,357,000 bales, against 1,315,000 last year. There has been little or no change In the ocean freight situation. Some room Is said to haxc been booked out of New York for February salting at 12.76 ptr hundred, but further advances are wrpeoted. The amount of cotton, which moved intnlsht during tho week waa placed by the New York Cotton Exchange at 347, 900 bales, ugalnst 610,000 bales last year. The total for the season is 7, )2,000. against M37.000 last year. A striking article on the exportation of American cotton goods appears In the rerfUs World Journal. It was prepared by R K. MacLea, who Is one of the best known authorities tn America on teitlls conditions. The article says In part; "Our total exports of al manu facture of cotton are now close to 11 per cent, of our production. The ex porting of cotton cloth, which Is the prin cipal Item of manufacture tn the cotton goods Industry In this country, la, how r, but 64 per cent, of our total pro duction. Most remarkable conditions exist. With mills consuming cotton st a record pare we have failed to Increase our general exports us expected. The fiscal year of 1915-1916 probably records the apex of cotton goods exports from the United States, startling aa this may round, to those In the cotton goods business It spells 'Stopt Look! Mi ten!' for It Is upparent that, upon analysis of the various conditions exist ing nt present, buying caution will 'hortly prevail. "When we deduct what has gone out for the use of soldiers In the European var our exports are Insumlflcont. ex cept as beforo mentioned. In underwear and hosiery. The popular belief that we axe exporting enormous quantities of cotton goods Is a pardonable error, for um has magnified the real situation. W are practically doing little more than t.ormal on the bulk of our production in h cotton Industry. "During past years, that Is. before f European war, our normal exports cf cotton cloth, which Is our principal reduction, amounted to not over 5 per "nt. of our output. At present, taking i has' of ten months to November 1 1515, according to last Government re. turns our total cloth exports have only 'creased 37,708.513 yards: that la to lay, from 393,849,754 yards In 1913, 'nich la the last normal year for com parlHon, to 431,355,247 yards In 1915, Tills shows less than 11 per cent. Increase normal export of 1913. Thus tho ga'ip of comparison shows 'really no 'rcriMse of exports worthy of mtntlon fit this most Imjiortant item of produc- ra, We have Just shipped out of the wintry not quite four and one-half millions of dollars more of all kinds of ritton cloth than tn the same ten nonths of comparison In 1913. Apply 'Ms to our total output and the fact tands out that the apex of our export sponsion Is but S.4 per cent, of our production, compared with normally 'rem 3 to T. per cent., as exported In rt -e nt sear. Market closed steady. Oprii.lllah.Lon-. Clot- Prer hir pit. est. ing close. Ji:i'nrr ii:5 ism 12 nni: 32 lSDomssi March 13 4-t 13 :-0 13.12 13 l1f 13 M 13 41HI3 4 M .. 12 f 1374 13t4 1373..1I374 13.49fll2.70 i'.r 12.74 12 V. 13.71 125(1124 I2l!12 43 n- tot-r t:r,i nio i:r, i: 6fti: '.J 12 m 12 i 1',rmlr 12 72 IZ.ai 12 70 12 801211 12.711)12 72 The lncil market for iiol cotton waa nulet wl unchanged; nilddltntr, 12 Mo. Southern pit markets as nffldully reported were un 'Mused New Orleans. 12.11c: Galveston '2 bavatmah 12',c ; Memphis, 12.34c.; ATut i:,c ; Houston, N Orleans market closed steady Opeu-lilgh-Low. Cloe- Free, tnr est est. Ing close. ;n'Urr i-M Kfll i:M'ill2M 12O3S112 0' Marrh .. 12 n 1234 12.27 I2.34H12 3.. 13.330.1234 !iu i:w i:3 12.ii i2:ai2i 12 ui 1: 3 'Illy 12 71 12.7'J 12 71 l27tl13M 12.777(1271 O-lober.. 12 61 12.59 12 51 12.Hjl2.M 12 04)1 12 55 Th Llvrrpoool market opened easy. There was a moderate demand In tpot cotton, with middling tl points decline at s Cil. Sales. $.00) pales rpcp.t o.isnj hair an American. Used barely steady. Open- High Low. Cloa- Trev eat. Inr clos inc. phi. 7 4 7.S.1 7.: 7 l lan Feb..., 'tar H-r '1st June '. All Opt Nov 7.43 7.K4 ".'.0 7.7!4 7.40 IM 7 75'j 7,73 7.72W 7.73 7 73 M 7.S7H 7.S4Va 7.61H 7.21 M'-j 7.M 7.21 4 7.234 7.27 Tt U 1 M lilda to Liverpool were: March, 'in-; Ma l2C3c; July, 12.12c. : October, iw n,p markpt there la uue to open to Car l'j tn 2 points advance Port receipts and stocks: Tic." I.aat Laat cpiiili ear Stfcka. year. Otlieitno 7 Ml Orpan. 5.035 Mob le . t,5 'ataniiili l.a',7 tharleiion . l.t.l Wl'.mm.-toii 4H "?!ilk . . t.,Jl 2l,f.3if u.,Ta: V.IM 4U.37 3C2.3.M Ut 22 H47 M.0I3 14 S0 2V0.9O5 333.23 1.711 9I.S1 139 249 1.349 M.4V. M.534 3.154 130.1M 72.911 lci-lor rrceipta and atocka; lie. I.nst -eip!a .vcar Plonks. 1 05 J 1 4IH m.tn l,: i. t:7 ssi.im CO H.0S3 17.W4 . .t"t 'iJ.Ki S33.G04 Last year. All .Ms. Mrmohi, Si I oui, 1M.MS Ml, 139 37,447 M.at T.aat year. K,ttmatcd port I.aet lereipta to day. week Otliex ,t I, '.) to ,i" i:,03) N'e Orieant u.y)toti,4W 4.1W l.i; n. )eienlar were I4.: bales. Total tti i ur ihia traaou, S.S4J.033 balea. Total last '4viu s.33t bales. DAILY TREASURY STATEMENT. WASHINGTON, Jan. II -The statement of the r.ini, and dlebursements of ths Treat- rr h-js Tills mo. Fiscal yesr. Ib"lple IK,!34.SM 3SJ,43.5 Wiburnients 81.1&,7J 411,435.045 b'tl-Jt 11,020,375 IS5,U5,in Th" rcupt from customs to day, I935.4M: tMerr,' trteiuie, ordinary, fl.M4.M3; income t" II. .4,. ami mlscellanuoua. K).3M. . Nutionii bank notes received lor redemp- t'on. ti u s-i The ..jrrent stalrment of the United (Mates Treanircr lur January 1J shows; OK.NKRAI, FUND. Amiable .-ohl Arailabl .liver ' Uted Mite, notes luiiniMi bank notes snd Federal rn-nr notra . muted rbeUa on banks..... btibMuury silver, minor coin and nlver bullion Jti'lanloed ninsorted curTency)... Inxialt in banka and Phlllpoin Treatury AtailaWe currency In Treasury M hanUi P"luM .jrrent llabllltle "t halju.- iu general fund RESF.RVE FUND. CoM coir ,,nd bullion in.ric3.e44 14.911.004 f.MI.ITI 44,444.441 40,171 XMt.va i.w.m 7i.Mt.in ls4.UI.70t H.MS.10S 10:.5.U4 tu:,7,03 TRUST FUND. To rroem outstanding certificates t,t)4,m,H5 v'n-l ii j i-.ish assets In Tress- , :,34o,1M,4ll Executor Chartered The Fales, loan and Trust Company Nos. 16, 18, 20 & 22 William Street Branch Office, 475 Fifth Avenue New York. IAHDOV, 15 Oockipm Bt., a W. 26 0d Broad Street, a PABI8, 41 Bonlanrd HkOMmua BERLIN, 66 Unter den Linden, H. W. 7 TraTelen' Letten of Credit, Foreign Exchange. Administrator HARD TO GET STEEL FOR NEW RAILROAD GARS Builders Tryintr to Oct Metal for 12,000 Maj; Bo Forced to Wait. Railroad eouloment contracts now under nefotlatlon will reQuire about 100.000 tons of stel bars, plates and shapes. The merchant car builds are amonc the most active negotiators en deavoring to obtain options on large tonnaa to oover the construction or about 12,000 cars. The ateel mil la Indi cate that It will be Impossible to fill tho bulk of this tonnage before September. Several roads In the Central Weet are also negotiating for rails which will bo required during the summer. They are finding It uphill work, however, to ootatn promises from the mills for shipments even In June, July and Augunt. The Southern Paclflo Railroad has Inquiries out for nearly 4.000 cars, In cluding 2,000 box cars, 025 flat cars. 760 stock cars, 300 tank cars, 250 gondolas and 3 caboose cars. About 40,000 tons of steel will be required In the con struction of this rolling stock. The Union Paclflo Ilallroad has come Into the market for 10 switching loco mottvea and for 2,000 additional cars. This road now has Inquiries In the mar ket for 2,000 refrigerator car, 1,500 box cars and E00 stock earn. These will require about 45,000 tons of steal bars, plates and shapes. The Southern Pacific let also on the point of closing a contract for 20 Mikado type locomotives. The Canton-Hankow Railroad Company Is In the market for 10 locomotives. Including 4 consolidated, 4 ten wheel and 2 switching engines. K. W. Hunt A Co. of Pittsburg are ask ing for prices on this equipment for China. The city of St. Paul will receive bids on January 20 on 1,033 tons of 6 to Its Inch cast Iron pipe, with an option on !43 tons, same sites, additional. It- D. Wood & Co., receivers. Philadelphia, have secured the contract for 239 tons of 8, 10 and 12 Inch pipe for delivery at Gloucester, Mass., while the United States Cast iron Pipe ad Foundry Company has been awarded a contract for 437 tona of 6 to 8 Inch cast Iron pipe for Haverhill, Mass. New York fabricators recently received an Inquiry for two steel through truss spans for highway bridges, each spun lir. , i- in..t. i.. I . i. tu.eJ . V i " 5, , ,., luery oti dock at !-ati Juan. Porto illco. ' The Inquiry Is reported to lme coin inrouKii tne nureau or piiMio worKs, rx-nartnien, nf th. l,itn.r. n-i ii V, .. ' " revival of n Inquiry originally put out Home yearn ago. The New Kngliind Yater Works Com-1 leather bands, are, according to the len pany has asked for priced on about 17i 1 eral Apnratara. dutiable aa niwnuractures ton ..f 4 i! n uml l " ini-li -t lrrn T.'na me-.al ur.-ler puraraph 147 at either tons ur 4, o. s anil I. HilIi tast iron i.pe , r ;o ,,,P c,nl, ,j xaiorem and not for delivery at Lawrence. Mass. Tenders under paragraph 354. are to ho on January 19. In fixing duty on the abova named ar- tide the board finds that th provision i..-...i .. i,,r,i . ,,.. ,,, In paragnph lit for vanity c-i,es an I like Beveral new inquiries for round steel ftr,lcl ,t.j,r, t0 vanity caj.ea and like bars, to be used In the manufacture of article, which In theiimelvra are com-I high explosive hlieilc, to French nnd V',"1 nt metal or In chief value of metal, British pecinoa,lo. have come from :rtUandgTe,lr JtTh.t".' "oil" I domestic manutacturerH In the last few tent, of such leather vanity caes render days, culling for about IS, 000 tons In the entirety in chief value of metal, the aggregate and made, up of three .' Lt'eU'on '-overs n?;"ts nie.l by " , ., . , John u. (l uck A Son ana llelnrlch, llerr- 1 different Inquiries. Included are about llmn w,, l)f ti, Clv judge xulllvan. 6,000 tons of 3 rounds, tn French i who renders the board's opinion, holds specifications, wanted by the Bethlehem that ih fact that th board haa prayl- Kl rnmiunr Itumnra luve liaan In Uly held SOm of til content of th , hteel companj. itumorH nae Men in m,rchandl In nuestton dutiable under Circulation during the laat few days that i naraaraoh .154 la not to be considered as a 100,000 tons of round liars have been precedent for classifying the entireties offered for resale or shipment beginning un''" ,vli?,,,npJ,rI!irl,i n.t.. , .hi. ei.. i. , .Li, imii r-cnoverllng, Daly & uaiea of this elty In the second quarter of this yejr. Dill- Mn befnr, umtnl Appraisers In a de- lieni inquiry iau.i to imtriop mm wis report Is worthy of credence. The 1m-1 predion created Is that some speculators tor forelsrn Interests who had secured on- tlons on bars laat year were endeavoring, to dlniose of the material at a hand- anm nrnflt somo pronu ... Tho annua) meeting of the officials 1 and sales forces of the American Bridge) rvmiK.Tiv u ia held ui the ntltcea nf h, tompany was held at tno omces or tne ( American Bridge Company of New York nt 30 Church street on Thursday and I Friday of tills week, Yesterday the i n.Hii uua i,.Iilr(-Kupil liv lmneH A Far- i meeting was uuiiressea iy 'ame a. ' " rell, president of the united States bteel Corporation. as Tt. .,, j f.-,.-,,,,, The demand for rrrromangunesa for prompt shipment has been urgent In tho 1 last few days, resulting In resales at prices ranging from f ISO to IKS a .ton j Kor delivery In May Atles of British ferromangnnefo wero made by local agerttH at 1121 a ton ex nhlp Baltimore, wltl.e sale of domestic for lato delivery were made at 130 to H3! a ton de- lu.j.re1 Tu-n wtWa lien rm1 wero 1 made at 1100 to 1110 ex ship Baltimore. Arrivals of foreign manganese tn De cember were light after the heavy Im portations 50,000 tons In November. The extraordinary activity In steel prod ucts In the Inst few months, causing un unnrecedented output of steel Ingots, Is held responsible for the latest rise lu the ferromanganeso market. itallroadH In tha central Wnt liave placed Uddltlonal large contracts for track supplies. Including tlo plates, spikes and bolts. Chicago makers re port sales of about 12,000 kegs of spikes and nolts In the last week In lots running from 500 to 7,000 kegs each. According to reports from pig Iron factors In New York yesterday, the New Haven railroad oompany has ugalti lifted the embargo on pig Iron and ooka shipments Into New EJnajland. Othor reports are to the contrary. In fact tha trafllo situation Is so unsettled that It Is not safe to malts shipments without specific Instructions from the railroad companies. . It Is announced from Pittsburg that tho Jones 4 Laughltn Hteel Company Is preparing to manufacture steel pipe and tubes, thus again Increasing the diver nty of Its production and becoming In cidentally a competitor of the National TUbe Company. DTVIDENl) DECLARATIONS. Company and Term etk. Ami. Payable. Ausun rum"'". qusr- tsrly pfd. 14 Fob. 1 I'iTi Feb. I 14-00 Feb. 1 I Fab. 1 ..... Broadway Truat, quar- Fra'nklln Company, semi annual Houston Oil, seml-an-Dual - P B.ara-lloel)ueK. quar- . lt.AVmik.. jtf ,,,, can. ItaT rsa-l" Trustee 1829 Guardlai NOTICE To Holder el First Mortftge Fire Per Cent. Gold Coupon Bendi of Atlanta, Birmingham & At lantic Railroad Company Georgia Terminal Company Alabama Terminal Railroad Company TUB OE.N'OKAI. COMM1TTKE undor tha Prolactin Agreement, dated the 1st rtar of May, ItOJ, relating le the depoett or obliga tions n ml aharea of th above mentioned Companies (mnorw others) HKnUtlY OIVDS NOTICE that It has reaerved for holdara of th said bonda, who have not yat d.poatted th.m under the tald Protective Agr.tment, the rlejht to purchas. pro rata to thalr holdings, at Twelve Dollars U) par share, stock of tha Atlanta, Birming ham Atlantic Railway Company, th. nw company organised to take over and op.rats th propprtlea of th bovo. mentioned oom panlea which were sold under dsrrea of th Units J States Circuit Court In June, 1914, and have ben trenafarr.d to aald Company, THE AHOVK RIGHT OP PCIlCHAKr; MTJST nr. KXKRCISED ON OR RKFORK JANUARY ISTH, 191s. For furthar Information addrea th underslg nd. THOMAS J. nilRNN'AN. Secretary, General Protective Committee, :0 tVltllam Street. New Tork. CNION TRUST COMPANY OF NKtV YORK. 10 llroadway, January (th, 1114, In acpordance with tha term of thu Tan. neaa Coal. Iron and Itallroad Company' OenarHl Gold Dond Mortrag tn this Com pany, Truatae, dated July lit, 1(01, th sum nf feventy thousand nlnpty.arven and fJ-100 Dollura (I10.0I7.I2) ha been paid tn thla Compsny tn bp Inveated In the pur rhaae of bonda of aald laaua for the linking Notice la hereby slven that alt! nrn posala for th ral of t1 bond to th amount that th abnv nimeil urn win purrhna will b received at the ofllc of inp r.iu. riiir- cuwrANY of NEW TOIIK. No. 10 Hroadvay, and opened at noon January lith. 1111. It Is v.ltliln th discretion bf th Trust whet bonds It shall purrh provMd th prle dope not eiceed 10S with accrued In. urpat. Interest to cpaup January 19th. 1J14. UNION TRUST COMPANY OK NEW TOftK. TnttaTr.K CUSTOMS DECISIONS. Th Tfevard of United ftate General Ap. pralsprs hld yeslerday th marchandls nonn In Lh trad v.nttv ru.i. norkpt tollete or pocket apt I not dultablp undpr parairaph IH of the trlR net cf 1SIJ as "artlc-lps vlued above jo cents per dosen plpcps, dpslmed to bp worn on apparp) or carrlp.1 imi or aUmt or sttaftp-l to tit P'rM"" '"it ""'ler fir. graph 340 .a' ' ba... .ihei. ,-Mi.a uZ .n,i ...h-r 1oe and c, jua.le wholly ..r In hlef ;r; it . . r i.' V I?'""'" "r.r":. ' V rar.n..n proviae i,,r uuiy at in rai o: CO uer cvnt ad Mtlorem Simitar arilclee, but amajler. known In the trad aa pocket acta, pocket tole . and Docket i-omnantuhl. t-onalatln of amatl ! leather i-aaea. raalened h metal claana or i clalon covering the classincatlon. under, the tariff act of lH, of small compasaes "'the else and tenerai Pljearanc of a ' ,w bX .mrtT.r" ' on of the official sample,, however, waa enclosed In a metal cas with no ring, suitable to be conveniently carried In the pocket. Duty was aiaeaaed on these ar- tides, which, the teallmony abowed are aold to sportsmen for use In ths woods, at the rate of JO per cent, ad valorem under pirnrtph 354. Judg fulllvan decides du ,heuld h(lv, ,, M1j ,t the r. of ',ut :0 ptr rent, ad valorem aa manufactures of metal under paragraph W. , Small rompa uaed by achool children for drawing circle and also small mirror Pa,, imported by f.'arl HUverman, were the subject of another decision bended down yeaterday by the customs board. Thes article were assessed for duty as , ,h. ral. o1 ,6 p,r rtnu valorem unrt,r paragraph 34! of the tariff act of 1013. The board finds that the pussies w.r. poper.y class inl for duty, hut that "m pU7Pnaea at the rat. of but 30 per cent, ad valorem under paragraph 17 as manufactures of metal! flu?:pS tXrX cM,t v,Ue certain small tlah nets the n.n.,.1 Annralaera overrule nrateats these articles as toys with duty at the rata of 34 per cant ad valorem under para graph Si: of the t.irirf ait iir 113 without acuuleaclng In the Collector's decision. Judge Sullivan flnda that tha men handle In question was compnaed of netting and wlr In on case and In the other of net ting, wire and wood, but nowhere-In the record wss there uny proof aa to which of these materials constituted the component material of ohlef value In th enilri-ty. Hellglnua medals plated with gold and sliver, Imported by Tiffany A Co.. serened with duty by Collector Malone at the rate of 40 per cent, ad alorein under para graph 3K4 of th tariff act of 113 ar held dutiable at (0 per rent, ad valorem under paragraph 167 Live Mark Market. FRIDAY, January 14. n.ertota of beeves were 5.035 head. In cluding St cars for th market, steers were In vsry ngni supoiy ami eieaay, nuns unri ,-nwa stdv tn firm, eight cars ar rived late but were about all rloied out. Ordinary to fair steers sold ut 17 35WM SS Jar 100 Ibe.; oxen ut 17, SO; bulla at I6't t tt- mwB at ISWI4.7&. Drrsaed beaf waa In'mojderats demand at 10'i fi Htjc for city dressed nstlve rides, a little oalra beef selling at 15c , ... . J . Ilecelpts of calves were "33 head, In cluding 1" or the market. There waa a better ton to trade to-day and veats were Pui,i ".Ki-. hlaher. other calves luat about ateady- Common to choice veals aold at M.50'illl.!5 per ! harnyvtUaWlves a IS. Irsssfstcalv wllh4Wty drltasd a f.w at H.Hs-i M.ftO'lTSls-- I"r luw -uiia av aoiii'ta; vre a T iu.i r.uuiiB ai caivea in moderate nemsn-i vsais selling at It true, . country orsd at tint He,; dresssd Dsrnyaru una rsi raives at Rscslpls of sheep and lambs were 4,374 head. Including 4 care for the market. Hhssp wr strong; lambs Just about ateady, quality considered. Common In prims I sheep sold at IS r IT 25 par 100 lbs.; ordinary to prim lambs at IIAffrll! to. Dressed mutton firm st lOWIthc per lb.; dressed lambs steady at 14 H 17 4c 1 country dressed hothouse leinbs easier at flJfl I U per carcase. Ilscslpts of hoga were 1.761". head, In cluding half a car for the market. Prices were 35(r33o. lusher. rtales were at I7,70jff7 15 per 100 lbs.; rniifhs sold at II. 50. Country dressed hoga ateady ut I4J1K. sex Is. I raasUosj pigs at nolle. New l51 12 wiiaw. Accepts Only Private Trusts and Declines all Corporation or STATKMKNT At tae AHHKTI Heal Estate Bcoda and Mnrtgsges t... r-All.ip.Tp Bills fUeeHabl Caih In Company'a Vaults Cash en Dppusltr , Accrual Int., Beat. Buineo Aee"!, e. Boeds sad Mtorts (Vsrtet Yaloa) Ckarles O. Tbompsa HtDry Partah rrpderlc W. Hbttasa RtnfTPsaot nh Kdaiaod U Btlla Ilpnry A. C. Tajlor Ootnmboa O'O. laella IT. Koilea Jaemk Augsatna D. JuJIItart Henry Lawl. Morris Oorelln VaadarMlt Joan MeU Mas HRNRY PAWItn. JR.. 1 r4e-ra. zr.iirn w. van zki.vj, 3 rtePes. STATE OF NEW YORK 4 Per Cent Gold Bonds EXEMPT FROM TAXATION, INCLUDING THE FEDERAL INCOME TAX AMOtNTI.X) to $25,000,000.00 limed In Coupon or Regiiterftd Form Will Be Sold THURSDAY. JANUARY 27, 1916, at 1? o'clock, noon At the State Comptroller's Office, Albany, N. Y. This is (he only public tale of Sew York Slate bonda that it contemplated during the prtetnt calendar year. These bonds have been segregated Iota twa rlaaaea, and bidder will be required la etat rlearly In the proposal ibe rlasa at bonds and the amount and price for each 100 bid tor, toupon bonda being iasaed In denominations of gl.ooo.no and reglatered bends In denominations of gl.ooo.oo, W.ooo.oo, 10,000.00 and bm.0OO.0u. Class No. 1. $17,000,000.00 for tha Improvement of tha Erie, Cham plain and Oswego canals, dated January 1, 1916, due January 1, 1966; $6,000,000.00 for the Improvement of Highways, dated September 1, 1916, due September 1, 1666. .Is the bond enumerated above are all bO-year bond's, larinq 4 per cent intereit. the Comptroller mil retene the riaht to allot to the nuceeitful bidder, bond of either or both of the above issues tn issue may be Hated tn the tnd. Class No. 3. 13,000,00 0.00 for the construction of Barge Canal Terminals, dated January 1, 1916, due January 1, 1946. Temporary rrccipti will be issued which will be exchanged for the permanent bonds when ready for delivery. These bonds are Legal Investments for Trust Funds No bids will bo accented for less than the par value of the bonds nor unless accompanied by a deposit of money or by a certified check or bank draft upon a solvent bank or trust company of the cities of Albany or New York, payable to the order of the Comptroller of the State of New York, for at least two per cent of the par value of the bonds bid for. All proposals, together with the security deposits, must be sealed and endowed "Loan for Improvement" and enclosed in a sealed envelop directed to the "Comptroller of the State of New York, Albany." Ail bids will include accrued interest. The Comptroller reserves the right to reject any or all bids which are not in his opinion advantageous to the interests of the State. Circular descriptive of thece bonds and of outstanding State bonds, sinking funds, etc., will be mailed upon application to EUGENE M. TRAVIS, State Comptroller, Albany, N. Y. Albany, January 4, 1916. SIMPSON REALTY COMPANY To Holders of Certificates of Deposit of The Equitable Trust Company of Sew York, for Refunding Mortgage Twenty Year Sinking Fund Cold Bonds, issued under the Protective Agreement dated July i, '9'S: NOTIft; Ik IIIIKI.IIY i!I1:N that pursuant tn th provisions of Article Se . entii of th above nienii.ine 1 Aitreeinent the Committee has amended the sail Aareement eo aa ti confer upon aM Committee the right and power to ell the band- and roiipone depo.lleil or to be deposited under said Agreement for caeh or notes or other nbllg-atlone. provided that Hie amount payable In caeh shall nut b le than ten l"r tent tlO'tj of the principal amount of the bond, and ao m in provide that Uiudholders dlaeentlua from th amendment or mo Ittlcaltoti of the Protective) Atrreeinent In the manner therein provided, shall l-e deemed to have with drawn from said Agreement .unl ehall be entitled to withdraw their bonds s,ld amendment I tiled with The l.qultabtt Truet Company c4 New- York. Depoilturv under si!.! Acreement. and miv t Inspected by any Depositor or Certificate. totdr during buelneea hours at th utile nf eal-l tepoltary. No. 37 Wall .Street, New York c It j Karh holder of a CertllK-mi tf Depovlt who ahall fall, within fifteen (15) dava. commencing un the da of th first publication of this notice, to wit. January 14 116 to tll with the Depositary. The Equitable Truft Comiiany of New- York, his dissent In writing from th pronoaed modltlcatlon or amendment, shall be ronclu. elvely preaumed lo have aeentd thereto In accordance with the provtrlons of aald ltrotectlve Agreement. Coon such amendment be. caning effective bondholders who shall hev dliienled therefrom In th manner .iforeasld shsll be deemed to have withdrawn from the ltrotectlve Agreement and shall be entitled to withdraw their bonda on and after Inch date aa may be epecliled by the Committee, upon surrender tn the Depn-ltury of their Certificate of tep-att. properly endorsed, and upon payment of their pro r'ui share of the tompeuaatlon and expenses of the Committee, If any, as al.all b determined by the Committee, Bondholder who have not yet deposited their bonda and who d'slre tn psrtlcl oate In a aale upon terms arranged by the Committee must .lepoilt their bonds with the Depoltarv on or t.rfort l'i;itlrAllY 11. 1311 fald bond muat be accompanied i.v a cash payment of K 10 per bond, as provided In th Protective Agreement, which oavment will be refunded If the aale la rotnummated. Dated. New York, January 14, 1H14. 1 .tons T SKIT. Chairman, 1 II. l.Kll.MAN. WlI.l.IAM I,. HDWMAN, Conine' .lOSUI'II N, 1IAUCCICK. r.DiJAIt M sot'.. Secretary Cwninlttee 111 llroadway. New York. DAIRY PRODUCTS MARKET. lU'TTKH Market continued steady, with hlch iirndi fresh creamery In small sup ply ond aalllna readily Medium grade dull and accumulating, preraur to eell cusinK n,n lrriiular market Htorag but ter selling freely t a slight prlc reduc tion Fancy unsaltd creamery ateady; renovate.t and lad! firm; packing stock very atrong and active ITIcea: Creamery, eitru 93 aenrt-. 33c , higher srnrlng, 34c . nrals, S3 to '-'I score :S'i i:c . ae. ondf. 3S4I 37M.C.; unaille.1, fancy. 3tHSSc . prime in choice, 31'n3c. held, eslras, JH.o. , State, dairy, tuba, tlneat, 30 n 31c, . 'nd to blKlier eforlng, 303lc; llreta, VlflCSHc: prlnif. 371 Stc; i-oninmn lu fair 31'tf i.c renovate-l ratr.is, II'j-oJDitc; nrels :.KiSlc. ladlea. current make, nrrta. "lialiSJc . seionda, S0tc. Packing slock, June make, line. JO'aCtc. current make. Hue 30c ; No. I. 19'ic, lower grades, 17'i( 16c Olinvwi: Market continued firm, but aa exporter had supplied their requirements a quimer tone prevailed. Huyer had to pay advanced prices and trading waa lighter. High grade of all deai 'ptlona were held at extreme price- Hklltn unlive, with exporters taking supplies I'r1ces state, whole milk, held specials, ISc , aver axe. fano. 17's4tl",c current make, aneclal. UffU'ir. r"le skims, held sDeclsl. 16lc,i current make, specials. 14i i15o.: choice, 13"i'd 14v4c.i fair to good. 134 13 He . Wisconsin twins, 17i lie: double tl.tlales. Ii(ll., young America. l',4l'sc v-nris Ilecelpts were fairly liberal, Th market advanced to a point where much atock held under limit of 34c waa released, wlikh mad a full supply of fresh eggs. Weather conditions In producing section Inenlred holders vv It It confidence and caused a verv llrm situation. Htorago eggs con- i..., ..a verv .lull and a trifle lnwr Trad ing light, hnblera urging stock for sul. Nearby whiles plentiful und slow, browns scarce and active Prices! Fresh gathered extras, flue, 34 el 37c extras, firsts. 36c. ; rlrais, 33 1, 'if 34c. , seconds, 3 Hi 33c ; dirties, :22Sr. . refrigerator special marks, fancy, ;tni:iljc. first storage, ;3i158'4c.: sec. ends. SlfrSSWc! Iiennery whites, fine to fancy, 3i'4le. browns, 3"iU39c.; mixed colors. 33 "l lie. HVK POULTRY Aitout sixteen curs were unloaded yesterday and us many more v. trt- held on tracn Trading wa not so uriive, it'ii i.iii-,.,rii.irir ti,..a -,. n, off th msrket under shippers' ordsrs for un unset price. Fowls and chickens firm Some sales were made ut 11 premium, Other descriptions unchanged. Irlrst Fowls, H'itMI'xc Chickens, U14o. Boosters, 13c Duiks. Western and South ern, He tleesr, ISc. Guineas, aprlng, pair. 40c I'lgenns, pair, 30c ntlHSSIlD Ptil'LTRY -l'leah dressed poultry conllniied In very light supply. With advices of light shipments lu the next lew. dava th market wan ncllve and strong, viib advanced prices 011 fancy grades of. all descriptions Turkev s xtrmly carc. s.,,t with demand small-, nrlce wr tin- rliunxed. rtmsil nronsr scarce nn nrm. with large Uas aal sa active, fowl and CHARTIRI IN lttl York Life Ins. and Trust Co. 82 WALL STREET, NEW YORK Grants Annuities. Accepts Trusts created by Will or otherwise. Manage Property as Agsnt for tha owners. Allows Interest on Jepealtss payable after ten days' notice. Legal Depository for Executors, Trustees and Money in Suit. Class af flaalness ea tke .list day MABILITtB Papltal Htoek gurplna Kuad and t'adlrlded Fronts . ... (MartPt Value) DepoPlt Id Trust Ufa lasuraan read Annuity FunS , latamt Due Dtpesltors, Taiai, Ac I1,34,SS.94 i'S'SiS'S? 3. .IBS. 246. 91 lH!!,!5t!2 s.OBT.OOo.nij a,4M,U3.34 ..i-!'? "0 1T.M,06t.9 MB.oiVliTsTilts HENRY PARISH, Chairman of the Board TncTKim tesrlt rievxlasd fl. Dodt It. Ckot Tboms ppnas T.lacoln CromivaU Paul Taeinnaa Wallet Kerr Howard Townies. WALTER KERR, President S). f. n. ROPRINX. rt Vict-Prtt. IRVINO U ROE. Bmttvt Clan So. 1, notwithstanding the specific chickens were srtlvely .ought for Fancy! duika and geese verv scarce Prices; Turkeys. Western, spring, fair tn good 2Jrt33c.i ea!dl, fancy CtuISc, poor, tail lit-.'. Texaa. f.tlr In rood. ?: -"In. Fowl, fre.h. Weti.ru, drv pi. kd, bnved. no lb, and over l'c U eatern a.-aided. a'nTl "lb' ..,hpWrrnfcS.,r?;Jf . " XWrJ milk fed. f. und (i Iba, ISc dry picked .n r,i x un,i a tK. ic.i.a.i-.. ,.i.i rooaters, 13'4c. Squat.a, prime, white, 10 l1t"lh.t.05.,,'"n' iM,IV-1'-i '' ""' 5ss - THE CHICAGO MARKET. CHICAGO. Jan. II -Stewart Warner con tinned to be the feature, showing u suo-i advalh-e from the previous cjn.e sears Roe buck was a little firmer Other Issues wer rather quiet but steady Bond market re flected a good demand, The aunimary. Open- High- lwClos- Sales, lllg est es Hi ll Am Radiator .2." S x ',' W Am ship pf 7H 7n' 7it 7 10 Booth Fish pf fix i.v ... tt K, Chi Pncu Tool Tt 7 11 j Tl 7H. 11 Chi Hy series 1 79', 71', TO'i ;'. WChl Ry series 3. I l n iS Dlaninu.1 Matt-li. .1-"a;1, K-;', 10,'.'. ,(t. IS Illuiiil llnck 7k'i 7a', 7v's 7v. 12 Mont Wanl pf .. I!3v ll.t', 1I3' II" 10 Nat Carbon,. .1x1 li lui ito llo IVnple (Ja lilt, HP, 110 no M Seata Roebuck ...111 114 ISU'b 1U, SOW Stewart Warner... 8.1 oo sa so K Swift l: 1JS1, 1W l?4 111) Union Carbide ... 17 1 171', 174 171 BOMW, I4O00 Booth Fish deb 4 M'i 8a 41 41 !W. .J, V9, iiau i;m vity ivy t. . . roraio Chi Ry ts, . :'.-a S7, ;-, s;, .91 tl si a; ,10-, 10i, 10;i, ,t, ami 1.111 Itv lis li.tu Com Edison As f.sji Com Eletj tX) Ogden Gas f-s... i) 1'iieu Tool fca. 1W guilt G .1-. iv.- hi.' pi; Jt IV" a, . ?' 'd'j 971 90 99 fil'i S7', 9v'a THE 8U0AR MARKET. Th market lor raw sugar was inactive Tlie only sale reported was 0110 lol ol 3(w) baga of Santo Domlnro tn 11 local otierator at 7-i'. cost and freight In I Me ilarn.s of other new business the market on tho simh re m-,i,,aH ttni.l.anre.l u-ifl. ,unlHli.,.1 .... niinieu at awe, mr runo ivn-os anil 1 r-.c. fn Ciibss. The undertone ol the market wa market wu. steady and there was a general absence of pressure which waa hrlirvrd tn b due either lo a Kuropeau ileniaml 111 Cuba or lo an absence! of freight room. Th market for refined was Inactive, but prices were flnn, as there were evidences uf a moderatn export inquiry, and quotation remained on the basis of f..7Jc for tin 1 run ulsted. The market lor su;ar futures showed a distinctly steady undertone and at the close of the day values were 3 to ; points net higher. Total sales wer 1.9M ton Th demand wa not aggressive, but it wus an r naem 10 aoorn nnrriiig nn 11 waa rvitlelit that the trad wts not disposed to favor the Other Public Trusts- of December, lOllt. I i.ooo.ooo.oe 4.CSS,I.S. t,07,4ST,. , HSO.MJ.41 2,368,411.41 S33,ISt.l MMao,Blll.M Rnttn Delano Alfred E. Msrltsg Moape Tajlor rrsak fl. ITttharb Mwsrd M. Towtisead Edward J. Riser Hpsry Parish, Jr. 3 IVC1. van T.T.1M, Aft. secv. jnitv r. VEonpn tii. .pc. AIXlER.fON J. PIROT. Aarl. fas). COVAIlTNr.KSIIir NOTICE". ntsfOMjTioN ok roPAUTNnnciur. Th" Drill nf llniiilerl St ilm!ei naa dla solved at the closu of huskies December It, HIS. hy juutiiM conaent. Mr Klchard It, llalated or Mr. Amor? (1. Ilodgea will len as liquidating partners and agsnts for tit" Arm. Dated, New York, .isnunry 1, IMS.. Itlclinrd II llslsted, Ainory il. Madera, Harold I., l-lsli. Archibald I. Hoy. COrAllTNBHHHIP NOTICR. Mr. Amory 1 llodsa and Mr. Hobert W. Icke have thla day fnrmd a ropartnr hip und'r the nam nt Amory tl. Hodge A Co. This Arm will occupy ths omc.es formerly occupied by the firm of Hnlstel A Hodges ut No. 14 Wall Street, and will trsnssrt n nrs! brokerage business. Dated. New York, Jsnuary 1. 1914, Amnrv i !todirs, Itohert W lick. Mr, Richard II llsttlsd nlll continue to do a gfternl huilne on the floor of th PtorJc Kxchange. Ilia addreaa on and after January 1. 11. will be. rar of Van Ant werp, tllihon A Klsh at No. 15 Hroa.l Street, New York City. Mr Harold t.. Kleh has this day beeom a enerl partner In the firm of Van Ant werp. Illshop A Fleli. with omree Ht No. H llroad "treet New York City. Kl.r.tTION AMI .MKKTlNCis. TIIK HANOI Kit NATIONAL lltNK IIP TIIK CITY IIP NK1V VOIIK New York, January 14th. 1314. At the annual meetliiir of the auikholdera of this Hank held uu the Utli Instant, th following named Kciitleiuen Here duly -i-ripti wireciora lor I J I e eiieuinK ear William Ilarlaiur W I).. I. in.-v Kotintca lleiu-y It Cre J William Clark James M Irons) I James F Fargo X. Harward Ferry William Hall, ir William D V Hairrs Henry W Howe Urneat laeltn Vrsnoli. T Mstwell Hlwiliti .M.tTllI Samuel T IMera .lolitl I'dippa John J Itlker Willi uu Ko.-keIel1er IV Ktlllen Hoo.evell Klllah I" ftmth William V Sv Tliorn William Woodw ard Arthur CutlUs James Samuel Woolverton At a ineetli of the Directors held this day the follow inp ufilrer were unanimously re-elcte,l: Mr. William Woodward. Treat- dent; Meeers, v.. itaywnrd rerry and Samuel Woolverton. Vice-I'reaMente. r.I.MIHt H. WIUTTAKi:iI, Caahler. IIAM'O UK I.A IIAIItVt. IMPtlltTANT NUTICK, Th Annual Meeting of the harellolders of th above named Institution will be held ut the binklup house. 73 Cuba Street. Haviina. on Monday. February 7th, IMS' at two o'clock for th transaction ..f regular bualnee,, and Itmnedlalelv thereafter a npeclal meeting wl'l lw held for -the pur poa of modtrlcatlon of the lly-I,.w, uch modification In particular to rov,r Artie! 4 land other mattera referred ttt In Article 31, I nreian h-vldere of bearer hares mav d-p.t-lt t'letr ---ock at !,aet 1 1 1? h t day- t-efore the day nf lie meeting with the N tt'Onjl 1tv Hank of Ne.v 1 'irk New York the nn tit h American ttar-'a. Iindon, or tie irun h of v., ,, ji,,u.i Atuerkaii livitk tn l'arl", ill ll.tiilevar-t crp'iclnea ' J i: . . A 1 1 1 I N chairman. CONSOLIDATED GAS COMPANY OF NEW YORK. 110 Hast nth ,tret. January I. l?t The annual meetine of ihe atockhotders of this Company for the election of Trus. tses to serve during the ensuing year will ke held at thla once MONDAY, January 34, 114. Tolls will t. npe from 13 II. to 1 1' M. Transfer ljoka wi.l close Haturday, January I. 1914, ut 1- M. and reopen Tue,day January ;", 101a, It A. CAUTUIt. secretary. IIIVlm.M AN II inti:iiit. (;hi:km: t snk ( tiri'K.n co., 4'1 llrittitlivu.1. The Itoalii nf llre loie of the t.reene Cailaliea Copper Compatn lute ilei lareii a dividend nf 11 00 te- ellnri- upon lie Capttwl ( Mock nf the itur value of JlOf Ou .er -hare, payable on Januars '7. 101-. lo the holders of euch eharea nf re. -iril ri tile c,oa of biietlneaa ut W Oil o'i !o. i, n ,n on Sattirday Janusrv a 1J1H The d-illenl la eivab!e only upon Hie f Ion oo rhurea Into which the Capital M ik l nniv illvlded ll atock hotders who have tint converted their hold ings lulu aharea nf 1100.00 par value ehould du eo without delay In order that they may re.eVe their dividend prompt'! The tranifer bonka wr: not .e clee-ed ..... J W Al.l.r.N Treasurer. idik, iiecemi-er ... 1513 r I - UNITED FRUIT COMPANY wwin ,. ... . ,, . llt llir.Ml Ml. 6 . " nueneriy dividend of two rer cent on . the tapltal stock of thla I'oimianv lias been ' .''!' ' " "" -nni..ny. 131 Sl. f-r.et, Boston. Muaa tn .itii'LimMn.. e .. Ihe close of busin,a De,-embr 33 Th. Transfer nook, wr p. rio i 1,ls- from December 33, I91; mull January 1C. ISIS JOHN V. DAMuN. Aral. Treas. .it 1. 11 w h.ti:it cti. A regular quartt-rly dlildniid of one nm three-quarter per uml il'e upon the First Prcfellfd Stock ull.l th Secnm! Pro. lerntl Stnck nf .II I. It f, KAI.SLIt A CO If.ie been ileclared, i-.i . hi.- February tst, st In th holders of rcnord of such stock at the fins of Inialnt-sa uu January io, IHo Iilib lend theika ii i,u forwarded bv iluaranty Truai t'omp.iuv of Nou York. i:i)WIN S HA Villi, .-..-en tar) A UTS' A ll.M'I.OsIt l (OMPANV No. 3 Rector Mlect, New ork Clly, INC. N Y. -Unuiry I. l'JIi Th Hoard of him-tnt have this day deolared the regular nuarterl) iltvldend of IS '4 011 th' Prt-irrrod Slock of this Cnni. Paiiy. payable JuniMty Sj. Isle', to rUoik. luildera nf record January CO. lltH. Checks will N- im. 11,1 I-' t. Illll. IN, Treaurer abort side of the market 011 aconum ol th evldenies of steadiness In th spot market. ITIios follow: Ojien-Hlsli l,ow Co Prev lllb est. 1st mi dose January.. .. .1 r..tu,1 ito 3.,,, February S 40 40 3 40 3 4 1 ri 3 1.' 3.34 Ma mil 11 3 11 3.10 3.41t3 4f. 3,31 April 3 13 alt 3.41 S.4S. Ut .143 May , : 3.M Jili3iu 3 4V June ... M.9I3 ..1 3 July 3 60 3 f.4 3 AO 3 (lifts oG 3 87 Au.-Ull 3 47413 el 3 s0 Septemlier 'i.69n3.7 Oitnlwr .1711 73 3 fti November .t.ljf.l Tn 3 si Dei-ember 8 71 S 71 1' 7a 3 7tfi3 74 3 71 COTTONSEED OIL. The market reacted on pi mil taking and with lurd Crude nil was drill, with n large business on 1 1 1 basis of k Some libersl exporl Inquiries hive been receive.) recently tint not nmcli business was con. eluded, du to tin dlfllriilty lu urranglng freights. No tenders were reported venter. croc. 1 lose. Clnei .g Prices Ppot 1 on -if s ;,5 January 1 00 i ' ' ' 1 S Marcli 8 j; 1.08 Miiy S.OHl 0 OS s 07 July 3.11jt.i: 3 is THE WEATHER TO-DAY AND Steamship Arrivals and Departures Outgoing Foreign Mails The Fire Record. THE WEATHER. I'or eastern New York end New Jersey. fair to-day and continued rotdl fair and slightly warmer to-morrow I nerthwMt wlnda, dlmlnJehlBK aad baraaalaf variable. For eastern Pennsylvania, fair, continued rold lo-dayi Increeslnk cloudlnaa and Homswhat warmer to-morrow; probably snow tn west portion i moderat northwest winds, beromtnr variable. Kor New England, fair and continued rold to-dayj fair and somawhat warmer to-morrow; norlhweat winds, diminishing and becoming variable. Kor western New Tork, fair to-day: tn rresslng cloudiness and warmer to-morrowi probably snow In wt portion light to moderate ahlfitng wlnda. HEW YOHK. Jan. 1. Ths eotd wavs from th Northwest spread eaat and south eastward and reached tha Atlantic eoaat yesterday. Freeilng temperatures prevailed at ths Uulf coast and the tine of aero, weather crossed southern Kanaaa, Missouri and Illinois and large darllnea In temperature arcompalntd by high northwest wind occurred In th mlddl Atlantic. from a centra uvtr th uonar Mlaslsstnnl Valley the creature waa hlrh over all carta nf th country etcept th plateau and i-acmc Plate. An area of depression osr these sections v.as rauatn ahrallv hthr tmnra turea In the Waat and rain on the Pacltle coast and snow In th itrm Northwst. Horn snow leo fell In th upper Ohio Valley and lower lak reatons. but over all other sections th weather was fair. in this city ths day waa rair ana grow ing colder: wind, brisk to high north west: average humidity. 17 Dr cant.', barometer, corrected to rad to saa le-vsl, at I A. M.. 30.lt, I I. M.. 30.11. Ths temperature In (his city yaateroar. as recorded by th official thermometer. Is shown In tha annsssd table; ltllo. B&. Idle. 101.1. 0A.M... 23' n3 HM...,!!' 40 I2M 24 34 "P.M.. ..tl 41 3P.M.. .22 US' 13 Mid.... 41' Highest temperature, 39. al 13.01 A. M. Uwet ttmperatur. V. at mldolgku EUROPEAN MAILS. The Holland-America liner Medan, sail ing to-day for Rotterdam, will take mall, clnalng at MIO A. M.. for the Netherlands, Hwltaerland. Germany, Auatrla, Luim burr. ltuliaH anil Turkv. Th American liner Philadelphia, sailing to-uay lor Liverpool, win taae man, cine lug at 1:10 A. M., for Europe (except Oar inany, Austria, Hungary, Lussmburi, Uulgarla, Turkey, the Netherlanda, Nor way, Sweden and Denmark), Africa, West Asia and th i;t indie. The French liner Lafarett. sailing to day for Uordeaus. will tak mall, clostng al noon, for France. Human!, Serbia, Switzerland. Italy, Mpatn. rortugai, Kgypt. (Irrece, Ilrltlsh India. Urlliah Last Africa, flam. Malta. Olbraltar. Ceylon. Htralte SetUenients. Dutch East Indlee. West Australia and rersla. FIRE RECORD. A.M. 13:33314 Howery: Stephen Bsu- . t'nknown man i:;4i 4ii n. mat st.: Cettsrland I tOO 1145 H roadway; Law rnc Trifling Ruatanoby Uroa, .nugnt t!l lisi Ft. Rchuvler rd.: John Marker Blight 1:10117 K Sfd st, ; Flleschsuer Johnson Trifling ;00 51 Ixlngton av.; Jas. Mo Cab Unknown l;05 3311 'th av ; John Zund- helmer - .Trifling a -t !vi tRiat a, rioiulnloo Abhuzsl -s.!ifntl 10:1S 303 K. 74th st.; John Kubler. .Trifling, 11:13407 n. H3d St.; Morris lireen- berg might P M. 13:11448 W. 131st st.; Church of Annunciation ".'.""I !3:!0 143 William st.: A. R. Hauaer.. blight ia.au -u -v, Mv ltntel Navarre . .Trifling 3:lS 3S Tlk t.; Ham Ktiman. Slight! .' .t.v""..' 7::,,. '.t;; Hi: 409 10th a ;0 3734 While Plains av. ..".Slight Hnsttuhelm :80 3317 Ith av. Jacob Stan. tier. No oamags i ,t .7 ' sliht!" M-hbllt -.. .- -Sllgnt 7:4f,-33 t 3Sth st . liorwiti co-tum Co I., ooo 4 3S 1174 :d av., Josph Kuhn -Slight 5 50 3 and 7 Mercer st.. Man- helmer A- S.hwartt .. 15.000 5 OJ 1st. 33 Wlllett St.. Bessie lUch ....Slight 10 lOx'anallM.it r,rl Ilasln, Ml, Haven Canal: owner un- known S.W IttH 1!' 1".. 3d st.; H. filelner Slight 11 30 1947 Ixlngton five,; occupant tiil.nown .... . ,-'2!!"5: H-jfi s33 llomt.: Isadore Flanholi.Sllght 11 .SO -10 K. 111th st : Antonlu Zendel No damwge Army ond Navy Orders. WASHINHTON. Jsn. 14. Thes army orders were Isued to-day Major It M. Thornburg. M. C.. to Waller Ilee.l c.eneral Hospital. Washington. D. C. First Lieut V..Z rteever 3d, Klvnth In fantry, deslgnate.l s reprenttlv e of Asalatant Socretwry of War oil executive committee of National Rifle Association of ALeill-rol A W. Kimball. Q M C. to Phlllrpllisa These navy orders wer Issued: Lieutenant-Commander II M. larlswold, from command .f til Colomdo to Puget Sound . . I.tsutanant Commander It M, Derreee. from Depirtment of Ordnanc to th Naval Academy as navigator Lleutei.ant-Oommander II O, t farrow, from llurewu of steam Knglneerlng to navi gator on the Pennsylvania. Lieut H A Hpruanre. from Newpot News hlpbulMlng Company, Newport News, to the Pennsylvania. Lieut J J saxer. from th Tripp to Newport New Shipbuilding Company, New . port News. L . . . Umlttn C,. W. Nelson, from th Iiulstana to the San Francisco. Movemcnle of Naval Vesls. WASHINGTON, Jan 14. Th cruisers Baltimore and Dubuque, lugs Palapsco, lonktou and Honmna, mine ship San hrwn clacn and collier Lebanon at Culsbra; ruiser New Orleans at San DIgo; trana. i.on I'rwlrle at cape iiuyuen; gunposi ! ulun'.nLand . ..tied from . New London for .-w- lorx yarn 'marine f 1 from sn ledro ror sub Mar I Island. IUK irmpwia itsiil can Mare Island, collier Mara from San Diego for Hllbo. i - - I Court of Appeal Calendar, inivv 1.11 14 Th Court nf Anns! dv calendar for Monday la .nos ..t....... -.-.7. tdl 1.1DI. 1,110, 1.139. SOL 5:5. 3?. MORE UNITED FRUIT SHARES. llnck lucreascd From V 4(1,000,0011 to a? n, OOO, OOO. TltK.TON, N J Jan. H. The United Fruit rnmpany tiled cartlflcato with the, Secretary of Htate It.-day Increasing It authorlaed capital stock from ilf.- nnn Ann S7fi AflxVflOO. This inrrease u:ih In accordance, with a lesxitutlctl adiii.tcl at a stockholders" meeting on UecH.r.lwr 14, 1915. At that meeting it w.s .1. elded to offer to stockholders of record FINANCIAL NOTES. ut the close of business on December S3 the rlglit t" subscribe at 1120 11 snare yj,. .vew York Cnt'im Fx-hung, me for 121,981 now shares of stock, herOilp belonging 1. tlie estaie n' ,1 11 The SLitc's fee Mr filing the certificate j b'-'' ;W Z.''-" waa Jb.OOO. I ff- iu the laat prvinns i Tim coinpany was Incorporated nnj v , i,,y president nf ihe Hipi'mi March JO, 189", with an authorlied cupl-ILtfe Auranc s-cie y. has 1.-111 ...nil.,-, tal stock of K0.O00.OOO This was ! iVick'Tsri'p "'' U mi.'.Me!! "vVV..' ' scquintly Increased to I45.00O.O0O. Ac- , idt 'M" n.i a- -m, h inipmi. 1 u,i coidlng tn un 11nnu.il report flled hero w,.ui.i t.e a' his mill wto in 1 mw days on December , I91.'t. the company tlieni Tho llquttan: Trust ci.n,.aii l..,s i.usc . . ,i . ... el fnr a tern, of iears lis- K.nUtl'1 ll.t.n (if lb- a'.".1 .... " ",c "'"uu"1 " 3b,694,300. THE METALS MARKET. No Cables From Iundon on Copper, Tin or Lead. Th metal trade was at sea yesterdsv. with no cable from le)ndon on coppr, tin. lead or speller. Refined copper w quiei.wiinproutJ - lliaillirre.lSM.uilia.il 1 1 I'. i- ror o eiiro iiii. wniie seoonu nunos again gain offere,! lake and ekctrolytle ..I,l,r.,.t ,.H., anv K.l.ln.u fninnriani..! fnr either nearbi or for future shipment llxporis of copper reported ea iMiy were si: 1.1 inns, making foreign shipments during th week ended January 13 k,S o t ton, since January 1 II 0(1 tons luilHirts ut Atlantic ports onl since Jan uar 1 have Im-luded 1.J50 tons copper, 3,110 inns matte and 3,800 Inns orea. Tin was dull but steady at 41a fori FORECAST FOR TO-MORROW MARINE INTELLIQENCE. MINIATURE ALMANAC. AMI I'MI )"un rises. .7:ls(9un acts. 4:o3,Moon seta..:i.4'J AM 111(111 WATER Till.. DAY - AMI AMI AM Bandyll k ..3:.n;OoT.tal .4:t3;ttetl Oate..S .12 LOW WATER THIS DAY. . . MI AM Randyirk.l0 31!Oov.lat..lt Of'llell 0te.12:47 Arrived FIUDAY, January 14.. 8a City of Macon, t A. M., Olbraltar, Dae. '.. Si Marthara. 7 A. M-. tluolva, Deo, 53, Sa Mnoetah PHni l-n a it ltaej... Ife. M. 1 SsTamaho. Il;s6 P. M Thursday. Hull. DM, ST. st nana Jenaen. II r St. Ttiursday. Aal borg, De.-. 14. gs Colombia, 4:14 I. M, Haytl. Jan. . Si (ileniHiol. low 1. M., Tnipwn. Jan. 6. Hs Faloma. I;30 A. M, Nipe. Jan. 7. Sa CamaiTViev. t-v. A. M lt,,.r,. u.,im Jan. t Bs.IfOOJarHl. 7 A. M., Frontwa, Jan. I. fs Kl Ovidonte, Oalrrston. Jan. . Ms City of Columbus savannah. Jan. II Sa Hamilton. Norfolk. Jan. 13. 9s City of iJtvcoln. Boston. Jan. 13. ssl-ewla K. Thurlow. Uoatoa Jan. 11. ARRIVED FROMVEW YORK Ss Drrilen. at Manchester, t-'s ltcrimiiliau, at llerrauda. Ba Stockholm, at Kirkwall 8s FlorMiau, at Bordeaux 6s Carolina, at San Juati. SAILED FOR NEW YORK Sa California, from Olasrow. Sa Mar aval, from Grenada 9a Metapan. from Havana. Ma Maracaibo. from MnracAlhn DTOOINo" STKAMSRIPw Mail To day Malls Vessels jieas. gall. MAM 13 OOM 13 00 M 3 oo P at Fhllsdelphls. Llrarpool lfaytte. Bordeaux. ,, xadsn. jvottcruam. Ordutia. Liverpool SIA a 13 00 M 10 00 A X Camaronla, uiaatow... ".1 i so A . 00 A M 11 OO A M aaraio. Havana. Cnamn Hid Juan. IMAM I3HIM Evangeline. Bermuda.. Bertmaova, Rio.... .... Tenadores. Cristobal... Bowdan. Klntaton . ... oo AM 11 00 AM 9 00 A M 12 00 M IMAM 13 00 M 30 A M 13 W M Iroquois, samo Domingo 11 30 A M 300 PM veenoergen, mo Yagvies. San Juan, Muaamar. Nip Keria. Matanxas 12 00 M i 0M I' X 15( M 13 00 M i: i m 13 OOM 100PM soup M 1WPX 1 00PM 1 "0 V M 3 0 V H Coraua. New Orlsana.... , Comanche. Jacksonville City of Columbus, Sa vannah Hamilton. Norfolk Nechea. flalveston Santiago. Brunswick XI None, Galveston sail Monday Kurak. Kola Bay 10 CO A M Dramniensfjord. Christ! ama fJ) A M Ktns. Naples.. Jamestown, Norfolk I "l V M 1' "t M l.'oo M Sail Tuesday. Crofton Hall Montevideo 7 oo A M 10 00 K M ' Alanuaipa. j-ara. . . 1 1 A .11 13 00 M 1"'" A M !( M May aro. i.rrnea . . iilo de Janeiro, I'eruaui buso ...... lloatlllus. Montevideo .. City of St. Louie, Sa- lioo.M 9 l A M 3 oil I' M IS ' M im p 4 IdiPM 3 ni p M i-,n in . .... . .... .... . .... Mohawk, Jacksonville ITIIVCees Alliir, .-.vwuin INCOMI NO STEAM SHIPS Du To-day, Petrttais Esaslanl laTdl LJndenball Flaudrtrr .... fplrsa King Malcolm. Mi Paul. .. Gargoyle Amasrnla Volumma Colllnghajn M aumee Oran ..Deo II ..Deoit .becll ..Dec 14 Dec !.. ..Deo a . Dec n triii Dec It ..Dec jl .,DK . Dec 31 ....Oran ...Bt Nsiair. .. Otbraltar . Nuple ....Manchester ....Havre . . Liverpool .. Alexandria ....Naples . ... ....London .... ...Barry . ,, . ..Copenhagen ....London .... ... Palermo . .. Shiella ....Huelva .... ht , la&esavni naa..., Dae a .... lie.- i t JS Do Jan i . ... nee. .n. iWartbury... ,.. Liverpool ... .Kirkwall Rugbelan.. .Olbraltar .... Porto Klco .. ....St Thomaa... . ..(.alvealon .... .Liverpool . . Falmouth .. He- 31 .1st Jan Jan I Jan t Jan I Dec "1 De,- 11 Ie-; ."l Deo 31 Jan 11 Iarima Cencho, . IJeorglc Nieuw Amsterdam Vllle de Parts Tatarrax 43-oalerdyk . Tenlst on HaiT . .. London . . ... . Rotterdam .. .Havre Jacksonville . lue To-morrow. .Monawa Tuscanu . . Roma. .. . Bristol City .. .. Shedrecht Henna d'ltalla.... Mitr LlrK-olnahire Morro Castle. Comet El Cid I! I-x Flan1re King Ble-ldvn Cllftonim Ran.-- . . Brazos Abouker Bonnquen... City nl St Louie Arapahoe .. . Creole. Uverpool ,iau i Lisbon .Ian Brmo . . ...Ian t .Kniierdani . Dec Tt ,. Gibraltar . . -Ian 4 Gibraltar Jan Oral! Den . Nses.iu Ian 1.1 New Orleans Jan Galveston ..tan I'i Mond ty lll-terd.1lll Deo - Havre .Im Gibraltar . . .Ian Hortleuix D.-,-au Jujii .... J.iu I M Luna.. .tan 9 sun Juan Ian Savaun.Hi Jan it .tacus4iuville Jan II New- Orle.mv. .Ixn 13 llirnmlng; Vreel 11 xYlrrlr. Ss Sleuw Amstenla.ii RoitcrCani and I'sl mouth, t7o nnlea e.,et of sau-l- Hook at noon yeslertlay S St Paul. Livcrr'iiol ,f.3 nnlce rat nl Jarsly Hook at I' M Sa F.I Cl.l. Gslvcstoll :l tllllea sniltwrs4 of D.amond "-ho-da at uttoii S Zulu. Mara..ailm t7 mile, south nt Sanly Hook at noon S Mohawk Jackaopvlll mile. ..tilth of San.ly Hook at 7 P M Sa Aralaho. Ja,-Ueoiiv ill- v iiitlrs l.tn-lh nf tj John e bar at .1 P ,M Sa Kl Mundo, itulveeton, ;.x nillra etet nt Galveston bar at noon a Morro C3aie, Yrra Cm, iv., milea smith ol an.- llnoli at 1" M Sa Georgian. Prnirto. J2 mile- an-itttwea-o( Dlsuioisl whntla ii conn Sa Coiii't Haton House . mile, .null w(.t of Dliuimnd Slioala at nniili Sa Melius, It.tlvrslott. .1. ini't-a et nf Ualvraioli bar .it 7PM Sa Creole. New Orb xu , mi.i - mi'iiIi til Jututer at iio.m Ss Kl Dis Gahe-ion. li mlie -mth n( Jnntter at H V M ... Se Currier Guanico. Ml ml!s south nf Sandy Hook at 7 P M I', w. Supreme ourl Culendar. WAsHlVilTUN. Jan 14 -Ih du- -a I . of the Supreme Court fur MolMa) ; Nos ' ... ,, ,1, III tl t I.A CT und Ht. HI. l. - ' IIS. spot. Til sleametilp Cltv the Straits, has urrhr.i ' Uiicoln. frv-ii New lull! with 9ti tour, 'liaklnc lo'a .fl States p. iris sln.-e .l.uiua-; Afloai rsrgoes agcreirair .-. t-petier was In - l ' .. .... ...... t...i 1 ., tl 1.1 l lllle I I 3,n7j time 1 . uma lernand .Hid t;,c I to 1V1 ru.irv a ury quotable i7s- 17 and March at nil-1 qtliilti , ,lrj,1r,y '.iVt' J;:1P .'J' hy i 'Mitl lt. lily 1' ' - in 1 .v, wtlh nftortli Li. m 1...... n .is- prt ami I u. Su J i'iu nW ""'v' U"'" ' " . building at I3-4J HklUhgn p... vlnch adjoins ut the rear Its bul'dlng, a:.4 .i street, thus iloubiins the 'ininiiu- or Broiin-i space for the us. nf the 'nisi r, input! The rea.ijrcea nf the LqullHtiV Trust t'utn pnii have Increased from U3000000 in Ile-.-eillbrr 31 1514 'o I US Oliil.ilno mi lis .-l-.l h,. H tOtt, nf i,ipr.ixllli.ii'lv .0 pet cent Albe't It llretoit V I. c presl C, ,,f t,,- tans! Ilui.k ami Trust i'n.usn. if Niw ;.'". V if,'.,' - 1.1- l.e.'Otll ass.., I. He. I w II Ii II,, iluaran' Trust tV.nipan) New v, rk and - . , . ,,,.., nr,l rent I.. 1 1 , e will be toe snsi-laJ fnrelg .. .. . . at " , , !' V,V, '!, ,",? v nf ballklnS C,irer Ml 1 V Willi I I' 111 pi ' IT , nf tha- company, Mr. Ur-tn 1 ls'u,i lit- tlon.il d'Uacaimpln in I'.irls and r' re.eni repre-eul,, that insiiiuiion iu ". tuicisu inn,-ii... In London. Calcutta, llo. . . . . .1 ipi n I'miu and llral' In l() In- m i... ma. -I 'he i,. r mun-Aiiirii-tn N-nm. v It.. .1. .f New Orleans and also ilu v.. r'ti . -uerl.a Trust and Savings ll.ink Th- 'a'lai was .consolidated ul'h the final II., i,' jn. Trust Ouinpauy,