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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 15, 1916. B. & 0. TO OPERATE NEW DAYTON LINE Jlcoi'Hiiizutiott Agreement of Hunkers niul llailroad Mud(! Itiblie. NEW ISSUE OF BONDS THE BOSTON MARKET. HOSTON. March tl. United Statu Smelter was active, closing - point" loner. Anierlfiin Zinc wn below the opening price and Alaika Gold, after selling at il. closed al 21, No Importivit rlimira occurred In the other shares. Willi price rasing oil under prolll taking aalea. Raltroaila and the inlacellanenua department were Heady and dull. The guni- raary: SalM. M Adventure 14i Ahmeek , . 41! Alatka Gold.. linen- ltl-h- Low Clo lint est est in The plan for lla reoritaiilzatlon of the Cincinnati, Ilitnillton and Dayton Hallway Company, which has been agreed upon by the llaltlinorn and Ohio Railroad, us owner and guarantor of lame iiiiinunt of tlu securities! of the old company, ami Kiilin, l.oeb & Co., as reorcanlaatlon inan4Tr-ji. wax Issued In Walt Street yestetila-y. It In dated Feb ruary IS, I Dili. According; to tin terms of the plan the Haltlmore and Ohio will subordi nate ltd Investment In the securities of the old comjMtiy to those of tho new and will oper.Ho the lines of the Cin cinnati, Hamilton and Dayton embraced In the reorganization as part of the tlaltlmoro unit Ohio system, tt Is fur ther provided that the Haltlmore and Ohio will surrender ull of tho securities of tho old company and will Issue Its own bonds. Thtvte bonds will bo for distribution among; stockholders who participate In the plan, The Haltlmore and Ohio will receive the cipltal stock nf the now company 4tnd Its Junior securities for the old se em Itic surrendered. The plan embraces the main lino of the road and certain branches. Holders of Isaacs Appro-. ' lloldt'ts of the first nud refunding; bonds of the old company, which were not iruarsiiitcetl by the llaltltnnre and Ohio, have .turced to the plan and hold ers of more than s per cent, of tho genet at mortgage bonds of 1909 ha've accepted tho terms offered. Holders of more than tit. ir cent, of the first mort rape bond of the Cincinnati. Dayton Slid lronton llallroad have also ap .proved, Under the plan the total authorized Issue of new bonds will not exeieesl $35. 0II0.O00. Theeo will be put out by the Haltlmore and Ohio Ilaltroal Company end will lie know ii as Toledo-Cincinnati division bonds. They will bear Interest t the wile of I per cent, and will be re deemable nt HilM- and Interest. These division tionds, as t direct obll cation of tho Haltlmore and Ohio, will have re:outse to the surplus earning of that system If the division they cover dots not earn tho Interest. , As far as lias ls-.-n possible Oie reor ganization manafrers have tried to keep the Issue within the limit of the turn ing poweir of the division. According; to estimates made recently there should be h final surplus over Interest ohargve of about $500,OChi. Old securities with a face value of Ml.SHK.Son shall not be disturbed, ac cording; to tin- plan. Those for which provision ha loeti made have a. face value of '.l.'.vl.H". The reorganiza tion managers will buy 'I.nOn.poO par value of th. new- bonds and the proceeds will provlib for maturing equipment ob ligations, tl.e purchase of new equipment and addlti-.is and betterments. Total Umip iiiit HI II.U.tO.OIHl. I lie tot i. amount to be Issued now Is JK.'-'.'.U.wi'. l-'or the acquisition of counties and the retirement of bonds not disturbed under the plan and for other pit-posts SlS.THe,. jO will be re served. me Haltlmore and ililo hold some M!.D",1 1.1 purchase money notes and other obligations of the compnny, which It will surrender with the collateral se curing the same with the exception of J3,l6,0u(i. liiilor the agreement the ll.nltlniore and uhio wi.l pay 1700 cash for each old general mortgage bond with interest al I per cent from January I to January IV, 1 : 1 It will tecelve, us already stated, the entire capital Mock mid the adjustment and Improvement mortgage bonds of Ihe new company io an amount approved by tho reorganization managers. The Hdju.stiiietu -itid improvement bonds will he secured by a mortgage on the same property as that covered by the refund 'ng mortgage, but will be subordinate to It The depositaries innler the plan nre the Ittiai-.imy Trust Company, the Hank is Tiu-t Company and the Kqultuble Tiut Coinpany. DAIRY PRODUCTS MARKET. i Hllli-in- i. mind a goid. receipts about normal end ihe-e was some export buying, Whites were In -uch demand that owners .th.-d i.n advant of i.r , .tii.l site, were made on tlutt b.is. America were .1 t-ltl. raster while whole milk Stati Mink was iirmer Market Tinned sat isfactory, with prospects of good trading Ihe balance of til. week Prices- rotate, whole milk flats, held special, lkii llijc.; nerucr fancy. ITi.lTV . current make, IT'j-lIT'.f, sltiillr ilnlslei, I S 1. , 1 1 lie : twins, '7,'.iHi.. WIs.-.Hishi twins. 17"; f dal-les, I.-, HIS. , Americas, tifi Dr. State skims, hehl sriciaU. lf.usf current nuke, ji4 ,i'i;ijc.; choice, i'Oe Hi-i J l4 u ISr. KilCIS At the rloie venterd-iv It wan at nnst hni,Xsll:e for Jobbers to eerute sufficient stock fnr their trsds Tlmv H.inl.l wlltliiulv piiv itlclu-r tb in .u..tatlon, nut The- stoik w.n inn to be had. Con sumption bun liii renseo ko mut'rlally that le. ilpts urn not e.iuu! to th demand. V.sterday abo-it ''i,(Un cloven cams In. but Hi' did not supply the wants. The ad vain c of it n Knern' The market l prot.al.lv open to.. lay uih an art. win.e of itnoilier it I'rlreii I'r.s-li ictithcre.l extras, a i, n .ai.jc . extras, tlrs. ill llrstS. ;H;I7. SSC'Oll'ls, SKI, 'r .140 . dirties. IMijfcSOr ; nearby henr wriltii. smijt. . bro.in, 53 9!l ic.'i mlxeil, ;i i ii ij. . ni'TTHIt There i an advance of 14c In all lines yeierda Iterelpts were rather plentiful, but the market was sensi tive and hu't l.seu so for om time, I)e. maml w-as for blub grails stock, of which there whh a sin ill portion only In the re- ieIp-. .Not I.elliK able to get the titsrli sraoo si.o'K, ooyers ..n tue under- rridcs Mini this mails a coo.l market nil da) The elms was tlrin. with an upward leu. hncy 1'rloes! Creamery, extras, ,1.i asi-jc . hlk'ber scorliiK, ,17 'r .1. v,c. ; llrsts .".( SI 3iljc, seiomle, 3.-i3tr, tiril, Jl) 131c., unsalted fan, y. 37 ls ii 31 ijc. . prime 11 ro.ore. inifuir ; neio evifas, 3Slj'fl SS,;c- higher scoring, 33 fi 33 i3c , tlrats 3Mi3!c s. funds. ij '1 30 i thirds, ii :ti , Stale i.ir good to prime, 33s 34lsc rou, ii. it.-, I. extras, 27'.iSc. firsts L'-lilJIP. . la.tte. jlU'nll.., . nl,i,... lock, Liir nl maki line, 5Sr , No Si'ic ini:.-isi:i I'Di'i.Titv it was .iwticuit for lobliers eter.lay to net a sufficient s.niplv of fresh kllle.l fi.wii. Iieceliers were'ro linn that thsv advanced the price jf This Has especially true uf the Krarles UP to in Cuwis that weighed more were not deilratue Hill few old roosters wers on the market an I they were i leaned Uo at quotalloo. Hunan, I for frH1, killed turkeys exceeded the supply and prices nrc. Irreguiar and ..s a n,le higher. There ia little uonenieni In troien slock, hut holders were Hrm on anv lines that were rood -rb-e,- Turkees, ,rv packed, t cistern hens and 'ums. dry picked, fancy 'jr..'" R0"J' S'i'fS'c . chickens, IS io box e,tern, milk f.-d, t7le,- rnrn fed, i 17. . fnvls. is to box, dry picked Wcslern. ;,i lb. and over to .loien. Ar?" I" to 17 li. It.4r . under 30 lbs, 8c. M estern .In i.t. ked. :. ll.x. and over. m,' It'i.e.i i, i is,, mi P . 3 lb, (,,! under. IM.'on. . Western, scalded. nuJ, old ro.. ters HiiKISc . s.iuabs. prime " UllKHll, lri,Ul l,r.TJ. ( IK tl lurkeje, frozen, selected 'ouis, .ifie,, Texas, dry I ' l.ox, tk o S ba in j .'fi 'o J7c, ; ehb'kens, -1 III .!i ins., si s, ;,.. "rii fed, 31 to 34 Ilia , .4W.lt , fowls. Wen. ami over. c-,j 38 to 1 ll'e white, 10 I... J5.35 7 l,J .'ouiig hens picked, averace l!HS3c bri.ll.os I 0. colli fed. UIH' 13 to box milk fed 10 41 bs. .'.'. 0' 1 lo 17 lbs ern, boxed HO lbs 2 SIS . IS . 73 . tcs . MS . l, I 71 IIecla.1V'.,) ,. , Pi . S.1 Mjl, . 3 12S , 2 . MP. . I'! 4 4 . piS . 17S . s IS . 14 . 41. "I. I0S . i;. . s . US . r,S , MS - IS . IS . 1 . 71 IM 131, . M . S4S . 3 . I0S . 3SS - TS . .3; 73 3S 14 "S .is SS ft IS MS 71 .' H S.1 r.t M', as i:s -s MS p; i 4 lt US ITS IS 3S 14 4S ;i. 10S s IIS '.S 3S IS IS 31, 7.1 IOIIj US MS 24S 3 101, 3l, sM AUomah 340 Allouei 3n7.1 Amer Zinc. . 147 Anaconda 374 Arlrona Com, :s0 llutte llal. I7U llutte ti Sup IC Cahi.net JV ,rl l Calumet A "h leuteiinlal ,. , M Chile , M Chlno 107 Copiwr Hume, 15 Daly-Weal ... It. Mast llutte., . 5.40 (Iruiihy . . . 4 (Ireene Canonea. S llati.nrlt , . 3 Indians . , ,Vi Inspiration no Inland Crick.. , 33 rsbtiid Creek pi J40 Lake Copper . 1M La Salle SSo Mason Valley bvj Mass Con, , 1"1 Maylloser . 33 Mlchhran , 14.'. Mohawk .. . . Nexadi Coll 50". New Arradlan,. Ill Ne Idrla 1, Niptlur .... 4. North llutte. ... IV, North Lake.. . , .. (Ijibsnv . II6S Old Colony. :" Old Homininti. 73 Osceola . . f.43 l'ond Creek 310 Qtilncv f-si May Con 19) Dalits Ke. . !"l Shannon ISO Rhattuck T. South Lake sio South Vtah...,.., M St Mary Land... I7". Superior & lloa.. (.1 Suierior I) Trinity . . . Iftjsl I' 8 Smelters. ., It: U S Smelters pf... :v. ss: uian Apez,, . . 4 sr. Utah Con .... Ii, MS Utah Copper.. .. M', S73 Utah Metal lit, l?i Victoria ... , 4. l:n Winona . 41, III Wolverine mi. n.ut.noAtvs. Atchison , 1041, ;Ati, ?5 lloston ir Albany.19- 19." 43 Ikiston Elcv. . . o i 1.'.' Kilebburg pf . , 77 77 Man Klee pf.... 37 37 IH New Haven K 7i, IVre Marquette, jr. -.". SO West End .iV, fo; MISCELLANKOUS. . Am Aer Client pf. "4 .'o Am 1'ih?u !srv pi it ii 137 Am Tel Tel. ...la-'. 13 3-i Am SitEar. loxi, intJ, fil Am Suar pf .. .II3V. uiS Scion A C, w 1 ;i -ill 111". A W I pl f in! in lleth Steel ... MS if, 10 East lloston. . Pit, f, t7 (Mieon ... , ;47', S4, S Ha Rv Elec. .. .ISM. isr.u 4 Gen Elec .....173 17SI. t7 Mae. C.a H4 n, 11 Maes tiaa pf. ,, , tsv, K. P MeElwain pf. .. 101 lo.' 177 N K Tel j;.; u;i- W Klpe Hay Surar..l.t". 137 Imllman M (S 10 Reece Hiltton 1 1 .i Re.ee Eold 4 4 j,"!!! m 131. S.. Tnrrimttoii 441, .p, l.n fnited Fruit Ill I4.".t. 4" t'nlled Shoe Mx-li ,M .-.it! : I'nlte.1 shoe M pl mv : a:o v s steel ..... ct w, m t; s sieei pf. ...lift, i:.. -'1 IV. :i ts ' K, ft ' I l tm p; 73 3S t s 101, :is 4S MS 3'. US 4S IS 61', 1.4', 3 i:s 2 411, 1! 4 4'-.. 4..1, M its 4S as 11 is toi t;. s US s IS IS 3 :s ?ii 13S 1.. MS "S 10 ."AS :s s "is 11 s s Mi 4S HS MS 11 4S 4S 60S I'll', lPi r :, 37 loss :i is "S ". 14 s 41, !IS !S VI" 11 M .'.0 6is is t:s 411, H I 141, i'S no 17S 4S 3S 14 4S :s to: us s 1!S s 90S IS IS & 1WS III, :4S DAILY FINANCIAL CALENDAR. Stk 341, :s .v. :s s MS IS US 3S 11 4S . IS 1S ton. If A S 7i. tV.i, ;. f0 Ventura 3.'. Western Union ill, jji, VX) Am Te A Tel Ii "l, M : a c. 1 w 1 :.s. , 771. 7 10uo K O M it II ..... 70 70 loon N K Cot Yarn 4s, soi, )i. fs) N K Tel ts. . :.s vrA W) Wealeen Tel . t, yjr. KS II 1S3I, 101 IIS 00s 4l, 14. 10'. SI7S 1SJI. 171 tl MS lOt 154 Ii". 1S 14 I 131 4H, 144 ."a S4. SS IKS ?S !), MS To1' Hll, 10JS s s?S -, 104 115S as ras MS :if. 171. M s 10: 1S I 1:1 IIS ms is s t!S s f'S ?r- 70 MIS I0SH 11 ws THE BOSTON CURB MARKET. i.,B0.SM0N',.M-fcl1. 14 -The lloston curb cloa- w.u .u stsru uuiaiions ioiiow; Alvarado , Iay Stale Has "., Hinahani Mlnlnr Roliemu . Ileirnle ,,,,, llulle and Ixnidon Boston Elv, lloston and Montana Calaveras . . Chief Consoli.lat.-ii Consolidated Anions Consolidated Copter Cortei . . ... Crown Reserve California Corbin Cuban Ci mem Davla Dily. Kide .mil IllueMI First Nntinnal Copt-r linldflrld Consolidated iioiumon Iron lllo-.oni Ii Rose Mabetio .. ,, McRlnley ll.irr.uh Mexican Metals Mines of America New llallir New Cornelia Nevada Iioiulas Old Dominion receipts Ohio Copper Oneeo Onondaca .. South we. t Miami Stewart Mnuiis' Truro . Tonopah llelniont Tnnopali Mlmnr rnlted Prolll xhartna- .. . fulled Virile Extension.. , Yukon Hold , .. Hid. IS .! US tS -s !jo "3 K ,o' .43 4S s IS !2 94 .1(1 -'4 3 131, 9". W .Is I IS ..' .C7 S IS its Aaked t'i 1:1, ijj "4 .SI 3S IS IS .60 i ill .4" ill . JO 45 .3 3S 3S 13', 1, i:x diviuunu OomiMtiv and Term. Ahmeek Mlnln? Alloue. MlnliiK American Hank Note, quar terly American Heel eui-r, quar terly American Ulnar, uuarterl . . . . American Woolen 1 Initial 1, uuurterly American Woolen, iiuurlrrly.. ilethlebem steel, quarterly, . . Iletlilehem ' Sleel 4 Initial t. quarterly lloston. It'Vere llench and l.ynn. iii,irlerly Ilrooklyn I'nlon line, qunr lirly Chlcaio .lunrllo'i Hallways nd I'nlon Slock Yard, quar lerly Ohlraiio Junction Itntlnrs-n nd t'nloti Stnik Yard, quar terly Cambria Ion. semi. annual. . , . 'anndlau llcnersl Klectrlc. quarterly Canadian lletiernl lllectrir, seml-onntinl Clevelund Hallway, .(Uirlerl . ConsolblateJ il.is. I.titht nn.l IMwet or naitimore, qunr- Oonsnlldateii His,' t.lftht nnd Power of Haltlmore, eeml iiumial i.'ubii-.merlrn .xugar. quar lirly .. Cuban-American Huar. qusr lerly . . . , nonunion Textile, quarfrlv... Duluth-Superlor Traction, quarterly (lener.il f.lectrlc qu rt-rl.v. . lltent Lak-s Towlnit. quirlerlv ilrlffln Car Wheel, seml-ii-nun I (tulf sUstes dteel. quarterly... Ilelme. Ileorite v., quarterly . Ilelme. Ueerjie W., quarterly.. HercUUs Powder, quarterly... Illinois Traction, quarterly.... International Salt, quarterly.. Mir Department Htores. quar terly , Manhattan Hallways, quarterly National Refinlnc. quartfrly . . Old Dominion Copper Mlnlnr; and Smelting of New Jersev. quarterly . . . Ol.l Dominion of Maine, quar terly , , I'ltishurK. Iteieemer and Lali" Hrle, semi-annual . I'ltubur. Kort Mayne and CblCIKO. si.l K4d . . Safety i"ar lleatlnK and l.lfht 1 1 1 47 . quarterly Savo oil. monthly Savoy oil. extra . . . Southwest l,etiiislanla ripe Line, quarterly ........ Springfield Hallway and Light, quarterly . . s'tandsrd Oil iMoth. quar terly A . ..." Standard Oil Cloth, quar terly ;, Standard Oil CSotl Stsndard Oil of Kentuck. quarterly Standard Oil of Kentucky, extra Third Avenue Hallway, quar terly ToiiouVUi-llelmont nisnt. quarterly.. Twin City Rapid quarterly ... Twin city Hapld quarterly fulled tllohe Mines . . United Wstea iSypeuin, terly . Utah Apex quarterly.. .. . West Jersey and Seashore Hallrnail. semi-annual . Weynian Hrulon. quarterly.. New York. Iiekowsnna and Wesurn Hallway, quarterly. Suttesa Mining, monthly DIVIDENtK VAYAHLn, American .'"melting und Refin ing, quarter!) . . Atlantic and IMcJtlc Steam shin ilnltlall cc Atlantic ajut Pacific Steam ship ....... Atlantic and Pacific Htem. hip laffluml Atlantic Refining, quarterly.., Borden's Condense,! Milk, quarterly Huckeye Pip Line Consolidated lias, quarterly... Copper Range, quarter.)- Crescent Plp Line Diamond Match, quarterly.... Diamond Match, extra. Doit 4hmlcal, extra lirlggs-Sealmry 1 initial 1 Drtgge-Seahury (Initial), annual Drlggs-Seabury (Initial), annual .. ru Pant A Co. (extra spl).... Dii Pont 4V, quarterly ta4ern Poser and Ught Cot- poratlon, quarterly f astern Steel, quarterly..... PedernJ Mining and Smelting. quarterly . Kerr Iik Mining, quarterly.. Laclede C.as. quarterly Montreal Cotton, quarterly ... Montren! Cotton, quarterly Muskogee (las and filet trie. quarterly . . . - National l.ul. quarterly . . Northern Ohio Traction arid Light, quarterly Pabt Hrewjng. quarterly. .. Packard Motor ('sr. quarterly. Philadelphia Ulectiic. quar terly Pure oil Pure Ol!. extra .... Rubber C.ooOs, Manufacturing, quarterly . St Joseph, .".null Hend and stouthetii Hallro.id, seml-nn-nual .... St Joseph, outh Hend and Southern Railroad, semi-annual . . . . ... .... Standard (las and Electric, quarterly Stand rd oil of California, quarterly Standard Oil of New Jersey, quarterly Standard nil of New Yolk, quarterly United Cigar stores of Ainer- I , j lea, quarterly. A . WeMern Canada flour Mines. quarterly . Anil. 13.00 II. SO pfd I'i'i pf.l IS', pfd I S com 1 S r,e pf.l 1''r pfd 1 coin 17.10 ti.'i pf.l IS '4 com ''t'Jf com I S Cr pfd ."Sr IS'r com 1 S 'i pfd 3'e colli S'i'r pf.l tSi com IS pfd Ke "pfd HIGH PRICES OF STEEL HALT BUILDING PLANS embariro nitfilr.it all r.laiitsi of frl(ht for! Jjftflf TRACTION SUIT HKELY. j -sen 1 uric mm poinin neyuna x 11. one eslmi. Trafllo Manager Diinlap says thi Uouthern I'uclfli! lias heretofore nviilded euiburRDos by chartering; extra chips nnd It nalnic extra ulinrvcs tind ducks 11I New York, lint now there Is Some l.n.''c liiqiiirics With ilniwn. Iiicliidinsr Kdisou Slnicliii'P. I'altnn Street t.lnr Himdhilder Intend to Press t'lnlrn. Tim wlndltiir uti of the Ions ilrawfi out Irjcllon litliratloii In the Ked-.-rut Courts ROCK ISLAND TRUCE NOW SEEMS NEARER rOKKriAIMUHK fsALK. Dexelop Tranilt. Transit, quar- pfd pfd ISi 113 90 pfd pfd pM , eeanl , eetnl- !S com com pf.l pfd pfd Pfd 11 a 00 t: 00 isi ,43 .10 IS is KS THE BALTIMORE MARKET. IIALT1MORK, March II Pn.es showed an irregular trend, with moderate declines ruling llaltlinore Tute was acme and t point lower Waylaml Oil and C.aa elose.l at S. S below the Initial price, flonda were dull and Heady 4 ne summary; Open, liur . I l-il a . f.lv Hs) l"S 11: SIS . s . is c;i, ""i 10 1. isi; IMS .112 sis 'J'l , ll'xc 0111 roosleis, I 1 1. r,i ice.: .In.w. LfiX y:".11' j'0.", VLY' Wttrn. lietle.i Sales. !"4-; Hallo Tula' .i". Rallo Tula- pf ., W Chalmers Oil pf 10 Cttliens Hank, psi Cons Coal 7 Cons Power 10 Cons Puwer pf !i Co-den SS4 Cosden O C. . . 1110 Cosden O . (j pf ;'Vi David-cu Chem IS lirov.Meeb Hank, Too Kikhnm p,i.. . K fidelity A Hep to c.ernmnla Hank. "1 Maryland Trust.. .V) Maryland Cas :o Mer it Me. h Ilk 7 Mercantile Trust M Mt Vcr Mills pf ) Mer A Mln Tr . tor. P.. Wat A Pow . C) Sapulpa . . Mate Hank Md. 3.'i Wa.land O A (i 40 Western Nat Ilk llUSIis I.W Hallo Klee :,8 . Il.i Vio Cons Coal 6a. 3.VHS1 Co-deu i.s. ixss! Klkborn Corp r.s. .r.si r.ikhorn 1- tie) T'S'l Mer A Mill Tr 'is .las) Norlolli Ky .", Sors) Scab Roan i Wi V tilled Il)s 4 jomi fulled R)s In.' 4s .;ir, 1:90 1 lilte.l IDs nig k.,i, PSs) f nlted Rye notes !i, lllch est 11S fiS 4 411, h 11: "IS S IS ls.lt Jll 11 1.V.I, 1211, 11: M. SS ; laiw. est IMS . 4 41S I 'I lOx'-j 111! :i i'S is illS SIT. 1S IS.'. ISOS 11: :i THE PHILADELPHIA MARKET. ClOS Inc. IHS IIS Wl l"'j I 11: :isl I'S I 4S I I 19 1 im; 1 II" MS 1 KSI r:s us MS l"l .III !'5S l.'sil. r: l".1S kl MS "OS il I"! U'J 9"S Pml, l' MS loss XI illS !, f9S .".4 T3S IIS M 44. MS Pl) 104 l:i) S 1001, 10.' tsiS 1031, 4J4, IS M ws ;.s MS "i's ws KM 101 i:j t;i I'S)', l O.iii 1031, MS illS MIS PIIILADLKPIIIA. March 14 -Tlie to k mar'let here retle.ie.l the la-tler tone in New York. re. 11 II In.' In moderate gains Ihroiiihnul llie list 1.1-iisral Asphalt was parlicularly strong elosin.- at a aln of ,1 inline Lake Superior Corporation. Heading aial Uenerol Asplult were amoiu the most uctle shares llonds were quiet and steady. The sumni.tr) 1 Open Hull- Low. Cloa- Sain 1.1 Am lias, ; Halfllii Lo.'o :; Unit tf Cambria Iron . .1.1 Cambria Sled. .. :i Con Trac N J 74 Klee Mnrace r'.w Den Ae11h1.11 , , ."If. (leu Asphalt pf .'.". I n Co N .1 Keystone Tel pf llf. Luke m Corpn 13.) Irfhirh Nnv 111 Uhllll Yalle 1 44 la-li Val Trans 41i I-li Yal Trans pl ?". Norlhern Centtal .". North I'enn. . 370 I'enn R R ... 10'. Penn sei pf 7.'. Plill Co pl ... Phil Klee v.'O Phil Hap T I e :ill Heading :ir. f uion Tra. tbni If. Western Klee ivi W irwick I A n. nr. York Rv York Hy pl . . ." HONIi log eet. est III?. I.'O 131 1J.I 1 '! 111s 111 1. ms ins .10 I3S . 11 C.l) I.Mv r.S I'S , US !S "IS 'IS Pj 70S TOS iS e- c.s is s.S n 37 SI "7 70S TS "Ml 3-"S 33S '' so .a ... r. 11 11s 11 11 :-.i, :."'i 7:.s ".S 7" 7 74S 7" , ..'S S3S .'.S 5-S (.IS US I3S II'; s 14 k VS i-i t.t tn ti r.7 :.7S .'.7 r.7S . "s n s !'s 11 11 11 11 s :;s -;s P' i.i 1S I'1 SIS 47S "7 tr. 11 1: 11 "S tfS '"S ''.'' 101, 101, pi., pu, 10"', 11 t.p. 11 1's.i Am lis k K ."s . Xli i.) liild I... 1st ;.... tu'.s i'i Inter IDs Is rs. ie lyeh N Con. ISs f 111 ladi Val Cm! ;.s 0,J, l'i Phil Co Con .".. f'3S ?lJl Phil Klee ".IS ,'Avi Phil Klee r. I'll Pss Head .ler On Is '.'.ft. :iw stanclard (las s v) MS bs.'S 101 ;o.-.s MS I 1' 1 I'."1. ;iu. ris ict 10.V, MS s 101 f.S ;"S 101s 31 let " llKis, P3S MS I'll !.",t, MS THE PITTSBURG MARKET. THE CHICAGO MARKET. CIIICAOO, March II .American Mnnhulhl llig w.mnion was .main Ills a.-Uve fiat ire with .prierj howuur .. lurther Iniprovemei.t of ahout 3 points. The preferred was also tronit Chicago Pneiiimitlo Tool wus"3 points higher. Stewart Warner showed eonaulrrHhle a.nvlly and made a small .Mln other issues quiet but firm llonds uiiilijii-rd Tlie summary! Ooen lliL'b. I ,iu. ei... naies, 1112 est k.". Am Radiator 311'. ,T. ir.u) Am shipbullihiu I'S I7S m Am Shinblili.- p ; !A Hoolh fish Id. 71'. 73 M Cluo Pneu Tool 70 . C'oiuwltli Kdisnti 113 10 Deere pf . . H.Mj .0 Diamond Match. 10", I'S) Hart S A M pl. llf, k3 Illinois Hriik 30 Lindsay LIkIiI pf us 33 Peoplcn Has 10".' j 1 Public hi-rvne II 3 Public sere pf 10 uuaxer n its I031. 340 SS MIS 1.4 HIMewait Warner ii swill 13 I'nlon Cat hide IIIJMIH I.VKiO K.llsoil ,', . ll(.', 3000 Col Ha CM 1$,. !3S 7000 Public Herv ii..,, U, Mt 71 111 '4 10". 117 W4, !'S IKS lb". IMS 310 1.11 s 173 10.' I, 11S JIV, IM est f13 W' 113 03S 103 I ItS Sul, S 103S 115 I03S 310 MS rV' 10;-. MS ing 1 3:, 1 IIS S7 1 PlTTWHIIRli, March II Weslingbciuse K.ec iri" anil Westlniibouse Mr brake we.-, firm and bisbir. No uniiort.int ihaivea nnurrol in other shares Nalloiia) ) im'plint was In demand and closel Ir.utlonally lower The ' Open- llirli laiw Sales. Ii" est e.l .'" Atll ''III . .n.-ieu i.-i .i's 11' . ..1 Am Win (1 ,M PI 113 ' 373 ColUlllbiu (i i. K ''''' 7) Ciuelble Steel. . ICS I ;." Crucible Me. I pf Ipi4. .3 ll.ii b Wilker . hi UO lu'lpl mew 113 MS 1 103 I Hi w; ! S iois 1 IIS t IMS 310 I "IS IslS , ,73 I IMS , :' "IS m "A Imllit 111 I": III .. I US p.l I. U Hello l'i S... 3)1, It.". Mils l.lllbl A II.. M llij) Nat Plrepf: .. sS Pl Nat FltepU" pf.. H'S 7". Ohio fuel . . S'.S .'.) Osace & OI1I.1 (1 lol 110 Okla lias 7J ..I puts Hrew nf . Ik '. Illla Coal js lit. puts Coal pf . . 101 II Pills Plate Glass Hit !W Pure Oil , . . i'S 30 Pitts Oil li Il.is T' iiihi sau Toy . n mi Union Switch A M 111 MT We.tliu Air llr .13S 71) Weelln KI10 wis yt Wert I'a ft) pi.. 71 RONDS. lias's) Indpt Drew C..,. IIS (SU 10W l'lll Drew b9..,,', II M 113 ws ti M 3 PIS Hi" s ms .it, 10.1 !5 :, PU tpi 19 Ml 1 10 ,,S 113 MS 11.:-. It .1 b; .V", "t S ll'S r'S lis) i "1 101 I Iri lS HI 13I'S ms Tl Clos in.' IIS 113 l.a, P3S U'IJ. SI Miuiufaciurefs of truck supplies who liue coiillucts In force Willi the New Yotli I'ulillc Service rcminilsslon In sup ply luutcrlnl licedeil ill Die eiinslruollntl nf tlm city K pnrtliiii nf tlie snnway sys teni iccently received 11 letter from the trnck department of the commission nsk Ipr If lliev luive imy objections to mak ing; deliveries of lulls nnd truck supplies to tlie New Vork Municipal Hallways Coriionitioti or to the InteilioloUKh lip plying; on the city i-otitriicts. As there luiH b.eii 1111 adviincc In prices of from 450 to lop ior cent, since these contracts were placed It might naturally he In ferred Hint tlie mills would seriously oh. jeel to the I11.1UI11K of suclidcllvetles, hut the nature of the contract entered Into by the city und the manufacturers Jointly Is such tii.il the iniilitifiicliners would itnln iiothlnK I'V not itrntitibi: 111" connnlssloirs request. It Is understood that most of the truck supplies liuv nlreinly been manufactured to the New York city specifications and are held In stonif-o, awiiltliu? ordcts for deliveries. Tlie man ufacturers need the room and would he triad to make shipment which would re lease needed funds. The mnnilfac turers too would ho under heavy penalty If tliev fall to make deliveries on con tniet 'time, ns specified, and under the present railroad comcestioii of freiiiht It might he a very' serious matter to the manufacturing; plants. II will ho recalled that duiltiK the latter part of July and early In Aiigu-d. l!j. the Public Service ( oinmlsslon piaced orders for "r.,nnn tons of rails w Itli the Hetlileheni Steel (ompaliy, the con tract price belli- JH.S02.124! r.n. lii. luiilnit tnick acceseorles bought from olhercoui. panics the contract obllKatlniis iimouiited to somethliiK in ex s of tu.UOO.imO, Since the colilracts were placed prices except for rails hao ndvanced to such an extent, as aboM- poled, lluit Ihe city pnictlcallv has 11 nrollt of somethltis: more than Jl.Onn.noO 011 these supplies. Accoidlnc to the terms of the con tracts placed, the city may order the en tire nuantliy of material, as speoltl.sl under "inliilmuin quantity" for delivery on or before I'cceniber 31, ll'lti. or In default the city will pay tlie contractor interest at the rate or s, jwr 'cin- per ntiniim on the value of the. "minimum quantity" of -uch material as the con tractor may he required to hold after the expiration of the contrac.l December 31. 1911. In addition tn the running; and (ru.ird rails ordered, tne principal mo tracts Include iiLinKaticse rails i.urch.ised from tho Manganese Steel Kail Com panv. amountliiir t" I25M0.0; splice cars, placed with the lull Joint Com pany, amounttnc to IIS7.106; for antl oreepery. placed with the ("reeycliecK ronipany. amounting; to 135.174. "0. and nut locks, unlet ed from Uobert I' Hor sey, .".'. Another IntercstltiK contract for track material, entered Into by the ominis.-lon. although no steel Is In eluded, was for ties and timber pur chased from J 11- Hurton & 4.'o 1,23, sr.fi. 93. and from the Long; Is-af Pine Company. Inc.. IIOii,3.4s. It 1- under stood that a profit of several hundred thousand dollars has accrued to the city on this material. An enormous toniUR-e of steel bars, plates and shapes Is reported to have l'en taken hy tile steel companies since March 1. It would not Is- surprising ir the aggregate tonnage ordered during the tlrst half of this month has been fully I.nfio.pnO tons. Tlie Steel Corpora tion ulone. it Is understood, has booked orders for half this amount during; the time designated. t'nder the clrcum statues, it is not surprising; that the CarneKle Steel Company has again ad vanced prices of these products 12 a ton, shapes and hars now U-ltiK held at 2.350. and platea at 2.6'ie. hase mill. Plates for prompt shipment In the Hast com mand 3c. per lb. Seerat additional lnrgo contracts) for war material have Jm-t come to the surface. Including. 30.o0H.000 3.03 c.ir trlilgcs for the llrltlsh 4.0. eminent, placed hv J. P. Morcatl A- Co. with a New KtiKland m-anufacturer. The con tract price Is sai.l to be ls per 1.000. or $1.4 10,0011, which La somewhat lower thaji previous csmtriicts placed fur the same material. As hlnh as .".2.r.ii per 1,000 l said to have twit paid several months ao. It "as also rumored yes terday that similar contracts hao been placed with other manufacturers "f mu nition. Tiki lleiawarc Stcrl and Onlnan.c Company is rcisirled to hae tecolvd .11. offer from J. P. Morgan A. C". 10 flllllleh 'Ul.OOi' tons of steel bllleie, 10 tin- Hritieli 1 icnerntr.tJil specltlcttlon." lor delivery iluriiii! the last quarter of this year at 3i cents per s'utnl. Ac ciikIIiik lo .1 vroinlnent enKincciinjr firm, tin- Ii.l.iw.irc comiciiiy will bo a bio to I put lis plant Into sipor.Clmi in me , next eixt il.i. which would make It i pos-lhtc to till the proffered contract for biltcls, s nther lar.'c iiiqulneti for seml-:inislie,l Meel for export have conn- out In tlie l.nt few das, Includlm- one lot of loo.onn tons of billet-, for shipment to Australia. Tli- -tee In wanted for this Sear's ilellwry. bill theie ate veiy few mills able to make such shipments, no matter what the price offered. Another export lnqulr thai 1-1 me out yesterday Is fnr b.it.c pl-- Iron fur Krmcc. From ' 3,01111 in .".,000 tuns ate wanted for ile llier ns quickly as po-slblc. Scvcial 111l.litUv1.1l contrails for steel lllllllllllKS llllM' heel) plsc.sl, calliiu; foe about 1,000 Inns" of stool shapes-, but detail- are withheld temporarily. The I American HiIiIkc Coiiipan) has been 1 awarded a ci'iitiact for 200 tons of i structural shapes for Hie municipal buliilliis: lo be constructed at Little Calls. X. Y. I ... . I Italtioids In tlie central West have placed .idiliii.ni.il contracts fni slaudnnl section mils aiiiuiiutiiiK In itlenn J..,oon t.n .', : 4 111 s.uiiul other eoutr.icts am under peg illation. Car shops l'.ae in- I qiilrles ,'.ii' ab"i.l 12.000 cn. IticliplitiR i.,"o" 11, r expni'i. iiiiiuill Male icainvays hale .islccd tin' pncis mi s.O'ui cars ami lltllel fi'leimi Itiqlllllo pi'.ll.lbl) aKKIe tiHtH 2,11110 cars. D.Miiesllc rallrnads luive inqtililes still III the market f.n la't'.veeti li.uiKi and S.uiui cars, ami for Ull bl.'i'llUtlles. . The nigh pilci'H privalliiiK lor falirl I'.ileil striictiirul steel ;in,l Hie long; time leqiilreil In make ileieries liave caused tin v.'lllidrawal of seeral Inquiries lli.it, weie out in Ihe Nut Yuri, met ropnlltiin illsli'it. Tlie I'Mlsim lllr.iil.' Ilhiinl. 111111111; ('inip ins has ali.iiiiloto'il its ntllce I.UllillllK. which was lo In I'onsti iicleil built In New York city as previously noted, It Is now estimated, wilt tcqtiln about l,.,floo tons of structural steel. It Is also estimated that the hotel for the New Vork Central llallroad. at l'orty-seeoiid' trett find Lexington ave nue, will require an equal toniuiKe; that Is, 15,000 tons. The Cathedral Kxcliango no more room lo store or rel.an.lte frelfiht , ,H' Vlkely to l.e clefe.red for another lu .Now lotk, MeiiKlhy period, n- Ihe bondholders of tl, .'.I... u.n.. tinll.r....1 r'omiianv riie Pennsylvania llallroad hotel to be , ih.tl lwtWt! , Vnu.d District l.ourt vestenlav nf their intention or prerslng claims for the principal and In- terest on their bonds, which have u face ; value of 1500,000. I The 1'ulton SUtel ltallioad Company j formerly operated a line of cars running . In I tilton street from river to river. II now eiunl.'itH nf 11 simile track running; Ihllldlllg. lo be eotiMtroete.l at lONth U.....A. ..1. .....I r....rl utreets street nnd Munliattan avenue for the p Killtou street. It was absorbed by tho New Volk Telephone Company, will ic- Metropolitan Street Hallway Company quire 1.000 tons of steel shapes. unci the New York City Hallway Com pany at a cost of about 1 1 2,000,noo. v lien the Metropolitan und New York City Sccoiul Conference of Clashing; Interests Brings Further Progress. IRON AND STEEL MARKETS. Demand I'.xtrnordlnnrlly llev Prices tlolnir lll(-her. The demand for .ill rolled iteel prishO'ts Is extraordinarily heavy an.1 prli-ea eonlluue 10 a, Ivan. si sharply, liars, plates, shapes nnd bands are f: per ton higher, following further heaVV sales, and other advances lire In tiros. peel Blvets nre lip .1 In 3.I.V. for strinturnl and Itnllwav Cnmnanlen were thrown Into tlie hands of receivers tlie Tullon llnti InortKiige sectirlim the liond Issue was foreclosed and the tnoit gaged property was. sold. Neveilheless, it Is contended, the bondholders were never reimbursed. nllhoUKli the New York Hallways Com pany luiH been operatitiK cnrH on the l-'ultnti street line since Jutuary I. 1 9 12. Scleral weeks ago Jildfio llenrj' I- . is. i,..n. 11.. n...i i. ...... i.ncoiiioe. oeiore rctu Hi; nwii. i.e.- held al "AV. anil i.lnte. "CO.. )...-. f .. h I oral bench, ordered DoUBl.lH Hohlnson, mill Plttiburg Lastrrt, nulla sell at iilahcr I receiver for the Metropolitan and New Prlcea. at He. for tilates for earlv kblnnient The Plttsburi price lor plates Is eieetecl to be so before Ihe end ot thta month. Hailroada enntlmie actively In the mnrkel for rails, ears and lnitimnttvrs, Contracts pending call for yo.ouo tons of steel, lluiMIng and bridge work continue nrtice tn nil eec tlona. More niran and lake boats are about to be placed under contract for IJIT-H de livery Pig Iron I. active and stronger Some ncldl tiniik.1 sales uf ba.le have been made in the eentrn Weat and ),0nn tons are iH-ndlng at St. laiule. More large sales of foundry grades have been made In the Ohio Valley. Several large contracts are pending on the lakes and about 10.sl tons In the New York territory Inquiries are out for .( tons basic lor ex port to Prance. One eastern Pennsylvania furnace Interett has itdt-one-ri No 2 foundry to t:i for deliv ery over the sccmd b-lf cil Ibis )ear Some steel companies at Pittsburg alter bu)in round tuinisses for thlnl and fourth quarter deliveries ha)e lthdran temporarily Iroin the market THE METALS MARKET. Copper S(ronger l.nrttr- Inlra In tlomratlr Conannirra, Copper was strnnier in tons yesterday with n Jmprove ddeinaivl and laner sales m do. mestie consumers Tlie xnbarro d's'lare.l by in- eocnneTn t-aeiuc ecaiiro.iii against in Wastes ot freight for New York or laiinte Isfyond vli (lalveston. It Is thmnlit. may interfere with copper In transit from the West for Kaitern refineries Some business In eleetroiytlc is reported to hate teti done York City Hallway ConiT'anlr.s. to file his accounts and to take other steps pre paratory to Ills discharge. The new litigation will hold up the execution of the court order. . EARNS 46.54 PER CENT. II. .1. Itejnotds TobauTO CN. fthova Larger Inert-ones. Tlie ic-iort of tho II J. Iteyr.olds To bacco Company for the year ended De cember 31. 1915. Miows net earnings of ' H.T29.9SS, 11 compared with 2,91t,o"4 , In 1914. This Is equal to 45.51 per i-til. earned "ii tho Jl'i.000,000 common stock after deducting 7 per cent, divi dends on the preferred. Karnlngs last year were equivalent to 29. 1 4 PIT cent, on t'.ie common. The surplus after the i.iyment of divi dends was f2.35l.9eS. as air.ilnst fl.SIti,' 5!4. .-itid lib profit and lews sin plus Sll.l7.f.l. as asalnst f8,S23.70t. THE SUGAR MARKET. I.aratrsl Trttdliiir III Kiitnrea Jllnce l.aal llecemher. The volume nf business In the market for i.n. futures eslerrlsv tvas the largest sltv-e je.terday l "T'tc. to 2M' for Mareli su I 1 trading was Inaugurated on the local Coffee April, at ,t::e for May and June. !,,. ' bailee lael De.-inber Price ere at the In .1 . ( I... I , , ' .. al.,..n.,.. 1. , .... . . . . . , . . , . , . . .. ...... . .a... I.;.. ." VJ1 ".' . ' i ""'V. I bl.-nest ponil o lr re. or.ieo j-aies . is-odticinr intersels. Seeon.l IiaikIsi sere .till I to .j, ,,,, At . (inM. , the clay value- elitln these prieea. The Loudon market s up u on spot aisi luiure stamunl s.Ues nf rv) tons, Amencan electrolytic was uti changvil at (Lit. Tin continued atrotar lor all position, vith salsa of ' tons at the Mital Kachatige at fa', and this prlee was bid for more 111 tlie open market March ae scar.e .usl nominal at Jr.. April was cniotable at 4Tc Mav at tv. June at He Jul) at 4Jii-. AujUst .it 4".' itsl later .irrlTals at 4.''v to i:e New York Tlie London market war II 011 spot .MraiU at ll. isiandard was im' h3tu-e,l The Singapore market was advaies-d t. ids, with eaJes of R) tons at tlM. I f IxinOoti euutralent One steamship arrne. at New York vestenl-y with tons, nukin- Msrch arrivals tn date 3m tons Lead was a.tlve, strong ami exiiiMl with sales .44 higher pn.-es in Mnen.-sii melt. till and netliSnr Cnmpanv .slvanced Its prne i-r ...ii 11. .. .e 1 on. tor ;' ion lot were S tn tl pointa net higher lor the old crop and unchanged to t point advam for th ne- crop Inter, si in the mark, t appears lo ! broadening steadily Tliere was active cov ering by ehorts and new buying by trade In ti reals. Tlie etrenalli 111 the market was based on Ihe spot position, where prices eonllnue tn advams'. and ois'ralors as : rule aie very tnuih Impres-ed with th fa'-t that the Cuban rrop this jear will lie foroed to do double duty uwiiw 10 the eiirtdllinenl ol Ihe refined t.-oduelion as a result of Ihe war Refiners were m the market jestenlay and sales were reported of ai.'.-s. bags of Cubas for laic March shipment tit 4.e . co.ua! to 4. for .T-iilnfiik-al K teet duty p.Ud. thus establlsU.itie a new- spot price There were also sales of -..i.s. bars of Cubas tor May shipment at I It P." eost and freight and S.tVs at 'V. a shipments Iroul tlie West, but sales were I will a.s io.') to tC (i ba.s for April ami May a. mil mane in trie open market t niu ll sniinnrui at s-.e 'vsi ami in-isui hiither prices Tli deenmd for stviul teranls In the m-wkct for refined sujar there was a I or e-cport is e.fe-ia'.ly I e,i ) ITu-e. ir ei r ' ....l demand and all Hit- refiners maile ad irregular sales for Mar.h and April were I an.rs of praitleallv !i points to a basis of made at ,Sc to ;i,e Kasl st laiuis and' 4 TV lor tine granulated, future price fob l.lrlier i.rl.s.. u ... B.b,J -l .. w, ..... . . . STILL HARD PROBLEMS iii4irr Mrii-c-' Here Mtuu .aur- .? r nu'iier. j i0 : fiiiiuil m 4-t u II 1 Ht !..,c.. My :it Wo an.l Jut.e at lc. V,?rT iuivn imam unmmvgrQ THE COFFEE MARKET. Ylalblr Xupply of Brtnlllan Than That nf l.aiat Yrar. Open High-Low- Clou- Prev. Ing est est ing .-lose. 4sei4TI 141 .. 4tel 4 TO It4 I.THI4T1 4 1 f,J l v: IP) l,.uHl 4f.3 4 41114 s- 4 14 I 4; (Jl 4 11 40 4!sl 4T) . 4 11, 41 IMliri 4S4 .. 4.M 4 4 4T 4 94115; 4 49 .. 4V9 4T 4(0 (!''.-M)- 4 91 I s: 4 v.- 1 4; 4 M-o 4 s: 4 TT , I 0 4 1) I M 4tsll40 111 4 4; ij I l'i 4 4D 4.IJo(X 4 4; April iMay .June Jill". August ... September. Lea1 October 1 No-iemla-r. Is-rmler . Tlie inffee traile Is l-.smlnr somewhat January.... eaerclsed over the small shipments from lira- February rtl to the Lnlte.1 states ami tlm o.n. ........... taken by Hrazlllan ehipis-ri. Tlie visible sup ply of flraiihan coffee tu anil afloat for the l mte.1 Slates Is now- aUun ii.'"' bics tin 1 .ler the suimlv at this tlnm u.t .,,.1 i Itio itrarles Are hcumlng i.ot,sabl s,Mns- The U-v de-Ure u, h i d.elslon by thel ITIct' cm the apot yesterdjy were advanced 1 Iteapprals.ment Hoard to be anal and 'Oil ie. for Klo Ts, which were irtui.sl at "'.c -Jrli.- on both the ilnvernmet.t and the ami .Santos 4s were firmly held at l"'.e Importers and not subject to any further Tr.ele Interests were go.hl buyers in the 1 appc-.il Tii- ian. howev.-. prerfrll-es cr futures market atul prices for the act.M-pcisi- tain limits tc. the die-retlon of the lie Hons sold at ie hl;h n onls p.r the I appraisement Hmrd ind If the ls'ard ex son, closing with a p.rtlal rrai-tiun at reeds t!iur limits. In other 'orde. acts points net advate-e Total ea.les for the dav ! ontraiy i" law. a p-ote.t may l' ma.l were c'-'Ain bas lul.. ,..,,.,...1 ... I i...c..r.. .. e'..i.sln, .. Int. lr.iard .111,1 their lie- Klo Ts at fi-c ea.elilpment London .t.lns c...n may hi appealed tu the Court of CUSTOMS DECISIONS. INirther steps toward the payment of the nioro Immediate obll-ratlons of the Hock Island were tuken by the holders! of stock and debenturo bonds t 11 sec ond meetlni- held yesterday In the ofllce. of Hpeyer & Co. No aniiotinccinent was mncle, but It Is believed that the Inter est 011 tlie llrst and refutidlnjr 4 per cent, bonds, which falls due on April 1. will be met by the Issuatjre of ncttil t'.onal receiver's certlflcattji. It U undei stood also that the Po bank loans, one of fl.dfin.OOO from the Hankers Trust Company and one of $2,500,000 from the Central Trust Company, Isitli due "March 2?, will be extended for three months. In tegartl to the Interest 011 the de benture lionds falling; due to-day the understanding Is that It will not be paid. It Is -aid that the debenture com mlttee has aureed to isistpone uctlon for defautt of the principal until Pl;eVvcr I)'.cklnon Issued the following; statement in regard to the Interest due on debenture ljnds on January 1..: in terest on the debenture bonds of the Chlcano. Hock Island and Pacini Hall way Company, which fell due- 011 Jatiu ary 16 191. 'a earned, but on ac count of necesanry e xpenditure rmiulc by order of tho caurt In the way of addi tions nnd betteements lu order to make tlie property efllolent for the service of the public, the receiver lias iwt had on ...... ,. , ,,,. , i, Interest. panel tne vasn 1 - . The payments referred to were for the purchase antl laying 01 i.e.. . Conferences of the holdera f stock gp.l cleiienture bonds will be .witinued. I'lans of r.-orK,.nii..tlo', will be take,, up. The proposal of the Amter party lh.,t there be n friendly ..ruanlzntlo . It l understood. Is no more favon.bb looked upon by 'bo commlttet. on the first and .efundlus per cent bond Interests than In the f't raid sterdny by me.i In close touch w'tl, these security holders thai t.ic pay-tin-nt of tlie luteresi on Ihe hoii'ls due Ap.ll 1. r.ow p'edgoJ by lb" Jun.or .s-rtu-j,. made no ilirfer'nre in the jHisvihll- Itv of procecilllis- f'T foreclosure, jnere beluir proi ioris I 1 the l"Jbd "'at Hold ers may call fir foreclof.ire when tlie road ts in the hand of a reedier or whe anv socuritics of prior claim are Is sued. The lecelver's certitlciten. tt Is contended, are prior claims. Cor.t-lderabie Inteifl -4ns expressed In Wall Street 111 the Met that Henry 1. Pavlscn of J I'. Morn-ail ei Co. una present at th- tlrst of the conferences, held on Mot-day It ha.- beo;i knoan that the members of the Morgan tirtn were utiwilllcK to .titer mt" t.'e reor-K-atiigatioti while there was frlcilon be ... i... s'.rt.tiis committees. It l! thought r.ow tliat, an more harmony has been attained. M l)avhon-ei presence at the n.eeil4U Indicates the probable entrance of J. 1. MorBtltl & Co. ItltO the ilmiiicit-.s; of the rout! Ile.-elvcr IUckinsoii Hut. said mat n" il(se.s not expect to attend any more of the conferences In the Immediate tuturc. COTTONSEED OIL. Tlie markft va under cnnsulerabl" pressure )esier..ay. with tile o ui.ie of Trade large, sale ..mounting to more than 3: 000 barrK There was arattereil It, ml. da'tlon. due t" the sharp brews In tho lard market Large c-omnil-slnu hnii-es wre free ..Hers c.-calona, upporl fr.'ti retine-s sas noted, but tlie market eloee.l at nar the ' of the day Crude oil -s iiuo'e.l at TO cents, although bids were reduced 111 conformity with Ihe break In futures 1 rn. Close, Hid. 10.10 Kl. 4.". 1 M 10, IT 10,34 ?.! HIlPltllMI: COtlllT. COttNTY OP six TOIlK-AI.UXANUUIt P, W. KINnTs-, I'lalntlff. against lICtSL'PPU HiJOnirj t al.. Defendants. In puraiiance of ti Judgment ef for. rloaure nnd sale, duty made slid sntrteil !,, the sbovn entiled aclloti and besrltig .ti. the 1 1 til day of Pebruary, mi., tn niiderelgneil, the referee In r.ild Juilmsi, ranied. will sell at pubPj auctlen, at the Kxcbamts Haleernom, No. ll-U Vet.y 8treet, in the llorough of Manhattaii, Cl'y of New York, oil the I'th day ot March isle, at IS o'clock noon on that da), W JdsKl'II P. DAY, Auctioneer, the wm.,, directed by Mild Judgment to ti, fcl.i, ,j therein dercrlbed us follows: ALL that certain lot. ple or parrel ,1 land with the building thereon. Mln,'. lying- nd being lu the Twrntv .aror.i Ward of the city of New York, ,.. boundsA and described ns follows HIJIIINNINO at a point 011 lh So ith. aide of Klfty-slltll Street, w-lllrh st.rt t,4r Is distant two hundred nnd llv- ijf,., (,., Laeterly from Ihe Southeasterly corner ef Llghth Avenue and Klfty-tUtb Street, .ltll running thence Southerly, end parallr, enq, Eighth Avenue, nnd through th- centra Hue of a parly wall, one hundred ,)., feet and five (Si Inches, In tho in',n nna ef the block; theme HiiMcrly nh.i.u- n,i centre lln twenty UO) feet. then..,, soni erlv, t.arallel with eighth A v. nu., cn. hundred (100) feel and live m lm hss. -i tho Southerlv side of' I'lrty-sUtb strs. nnd Ihenee Westerly along m, Id south. rly side of Plfty-elMh street twenty (.0) f: to the point or plsrs ot beginning Said preinleea belt.i: known as No. tli Weat Sdth Street In tile llorough of Mr hsltsn, Clly of N"w- Yors llelllg lh tame p, enilss.s i,lltr a, riMlicIs Dejorlo and Hule'-sie Iisj ,,, h. William A. Ilwlr.g and Maud M Lnng ilerd benrlng even dale with th.t nr., ents, which tire given to seiurc the p. ai"iit of a part of tlie purclicnc iii'ii.y it aid premises. Dated. New York. Peliruary ITIIi. j, Itt.'tlOl.ril STAND. Itefs... CANNON' A- CANNON. Attorney, foi p tiff. 1 llroadway, M.ilihatui,, Nt. Yor4c Clly The fi.llov.Iiia a diagram of the prep, erty to be eoM; Its street .Vumbar la )i West 4Cth Street, Manbattaut 1 4T Centre line of block and there were also sales uf the svme trade at i.wl to 910 nnir'.lsh cre-lits and o to 4 J American credits tu the ivi.t ;md irc-utit market Offers of Santos cTnde. were about .. points hither at ".11 ii lo . for is Ix)ndon creihts The official llrazllun etlile r';irl', a .le elliie of iSsl. in Itlo eai-haiiar on London; nulreis pri.'e. tn Km and -.i.Hu. were un .hanged and re.-elpts at these two ports were ..W.11 iDte. a.uixl :i.c. lj.t )ear !rices follow , Oa 11 High Low. do. prev lllg el rst tlj, .'ln.e MI H tl It k 10,, v. s OT :spis 1.1 . e.u s .1 s.:i ..11 -. . ij s .1.1S -;.t s Li .. Vi. 5.r.l ! .5 s -is.'s s 71 .. .-.ti.;.n .. 4 i t :s ...to.?.' .. s.-Vltl-6 .31 .March prll . . . May . .., June ... July August . sertemlsr (Mnts-r . Notenilier peoneniber Jatiuary Vebruar)- 131 (( vs-t 4 "i s ij 4..1S 4T !.' 4M.M s.tci MONEY AND EXCHANGE. 1 ustoms Appe.cls Tli. . ,a..!ar.i!.in .".ru rar.tl'H eg -1-1 apprtl-e the Food", -annot tit i new 1 lu.it Ion, but can only h"ld the .Is. 1 bloti of the lirappralsemi-iit Hoard either I. gel or Illegal. In ttrs car.- tin Importer 'intended that the i.ew does nut authorize Ihe Iteappralte. nu iit Hoard to apply th Ana -b an v.due in an) rare wh.-r" It sen- fit. but only where th- gi.o.u i- epher "Mild for ex portation to the rutted Stat.s" .r "rou. eigne, 1 for sab" ml In i.ot'i Instances there mus- ;.e i. r fllsui of Oie shipper to I reel) onr them for sale In 'he foreign market These gie.ds were admittedly not eoi.l for exportation and th. Johnson com p..n ollieiided that 'hey -cere not '.-in signed for sale" The mtjorlty of the Hoard of Clar.lnration accept, this lew- u (tie de.trlnn lust rendered and holds th rcapprulrenn-iii Invalid, for the reason that II shou',1 b.i. been bised tu.on cost of v;4 1 iro.lurtlon J' , ..ii.'iill'C'TIT. U'AlsT. Tl. ,.itlv .Ml Whletr, walit fronts, hwndkerchlefh and other wearing aypsrcl. all composnl of ,.tl..ii and cirnuiuente.1 with dn.wnw-ork. 1 ... ....... 1.., -I ilnirj Jt llr.. Is l.iu.r.,1 'in .1 deil.lon Jutt bended down hy the Hoard of lielier.il Appraisers I nese ar tl, ler. wre ctlueettled by the customa of-tn-lals as "w-oien fabrics or ariU-le. from which threirts have been omitted, drawn, punched or tut. und with throads intro ilu. c-l after wesvlng, forming llguris or de-lgns," with duly at the rate of CO per eent. ...I valorem under paragraph 354 of the tariff net of HI3 Tlie hoard ilenbles cli.! the handkerchiefs should have been assessiil with duty at the mil' of bat 30 slviy dav -i, re i Pr cent, ad valorem as hemmed or hem .lid 3 tier Vent fov stitched handkerchiefs under paragraph th. ""'s and that the waists, wlt front and The New Vork Pcleral deserve Itauk rales were I per cent for thlrt to ninel) days and per cent for longer bills 1 ipso mArket discount prime aoientanees maturing up to ninety days. fer c ent i-omniercla! pane- ra-es were .1.131- per ii-nt f..r sixty to ninety days bills and for four to six months l.csi names. Time money was on.'ii.inK"! Hates were . Mi tl . !' r ceni. lor .-nt. for ninety hs four, live and mIv month Call mm.ev nt, the ilimr nf the j.nr!i llv. other wearing apparei snouio nace oeen I'lunge ruled -.j s; rent . high, 3 ii.r ite.l at the .me rate under paragraph cent . tow, 1. j.er ient. ! To as cotton wearing apparel Ster'niir ex. 'hang" was sllglitlv firmer A PPH AIHEMITNT ON 1IOML' VALUK Mual iui.tallons wcte: Hem in. I, I T'i 3-1C A 'ate of unusmi Inte.-.sU to importers, cable". 4 TO 1.1-lC. whose goods may be appraised on their 4 all imm.y in London, 4 rn 4i per cem., ' c.ilu.s In the Pnlte.1 States with deductions short Mils, .,1, per ent 1 (r duty, freight and -Imlia- expenses, was Domefth' ixrhonge on New- York- m 1 decided yesterd.iv b th" Hontd of Pnited Ijmiis, pari M,i I rancisro. 30.- premium. , siatt s ilen.-r.il Appraisers Tl.c Issue re. Mlnneipolls in, premium I'hl.ago. 15,. ,lt , ,Hined pin. apples, put up In their discount. 1M11clnn.il. par. .Montreal, ;; ., f,,i-tr In the ll.ihm.i Isliad- hy the premium . jnbno'i ' i.nipan). a New- York cr- .... r..,. ... .,ii..ui. ...1 ...'v cork li ic Nev Vork I'lenilng House tatement Harlunges. f S40,i T.JI ',. hi, at,... 140 "II. Treif ) credit bi ancee. II.IlTTtl JlpC lar -h Mav . .. Jul) September. . Cctober.. . Cmslng price?. 10 3 10 40 .1 10.14 10 4 1 10.4C. 10.341-10 31 tO.i'Iil Hi. "3 O.TO'O '.'.Si Ith Avenue, 1 The approximate ic-nuunt of in. un, , charge, tn nattnfy wlib.li tin 1 . cribs,, proper!) Is to be sol-. ,. pe r thousand one hundred mid ectei ) . 4i 00-100 (JI.lT4.0ui Dollars, with tn ere. thereon from th 4lli '. m ivi -... 1 9 1 4. logeilier with tie , oslt ,111 it,. nre amounting to iwo liinnlrs.i .11 , -,, seven and f.3l00 ll.17Ti Hollar- i.t, Interest from the II I, da. of l'oin 1H,, together with ihe e.pi-. ' ,. aie Th- 'ipproxliuar hd ,,.ji i . tales, a-easements nb.l w.i ei a other liens, t.hlel, sr t. '-e ' .a 1 ... tits purchaser not or til. pll-'IlM- 1 .,,r or paid by Hie Hcf-roe, la tw, 1, ... ir. , je Mmty-nln" and :-0 1"0 it;?!'.'. It, cri and lntr-s' Sn.d p-eml-.e w 1 . . . tiblei t to ii prior imii-tgag., or I.t 004 with Interest lllereotl al fill! i." ar cent fmin May 1t!. IM: DateJ. New-V orl: l"brinr Kib l!f HI'DclI.ni TlIl. ItsfetM IN I'tlltllCLlietlMli: -.-CP'tLMri-iiPKI COPN1Y te- Ni;w VOllK rt" It, s.-j Savinse Hank, pi.'-.lle ajati-' r a h. biuier i.ii-l other-. lif-nd en-- f Kile No lint". War Is''. 1 ..is . 1. Wb-kersliain A tuft. Plsi illfl'a At -ie 40 Wai, S: -eel. New N nr.: .lodgment entered P. brua-c r- i. p-jr-unnt to s.cl.l Judgllisnt b.. u .I--' e -will sell ..! pllbll ..le-lioll in -he l. 0415. Salesroom. No. ll-l- '-V -''' ' .e Horough of Munh-jr.au. ci-y t Nr . York nt 1J o-.b..li mem -,i Mar.-i. . 11 ' f A Herrlan, ,tu Honeer. the n,,,'txs-i nremlJea directed b said lu.lglli "t '- ' sold, situated on the south d o ,.-n S-treet III 'he -.Id HoroiiBh. I erln- 'rt.- 'c feet I Indies west or Hie -...l-.hwes- te Of said -tree-, and Plea.HU A4.t.ll..e-.e1 Ing wi-ei ! feet Inches In Wi'l'h fro und rewr by 100 fe- and 11 'r,, ht in Ifr'ti l.uin " . . C 1 .'Jl I Se,-;li,n 1' III- ,lt l'OT. ,str"rt No. t . . : ' 431 II. KOth stre! e Jj; : Prce at.,1 clawr of all u-u-nhrtn !l'is ex. ept sute. of facte shown ' -. surety of said pretn'.es timo.. bv l'n,- . K Kor-1 and in pcies.tioti uf plaint, if-.. a tome). Approxlma'e muout.t or luortgag isbt rosta and all.ocan es. 13,3., C, l.x-r, ant w-.ter rales I. 00.. Jo Dal'd New- 1 .Tr, Pbr.larv .'4b st. r.DWAHD I. HOWLt.Vli. ltfr... RAILROAD EARNINGS. Inn .Ml.or mi,, I'hanges 1 1 1' I .Veen ..mr Its.iK, In. Prom Jul) '.THS.040 In- ileorcla Ho'i'hern and P'orld.i I'lr.i week M.ir JjxsT'i l,i.- Prooi .,','c 1 t.i.,1 4. i o s in III., ciraude st.iuihern I'irst veeh Mar . t. De,' Prou, July 1 . :,x;i He,- OMAHA. Tlie I'hleago, i.nr..tl.io. i.tiii stilnned to lis, If. to be sub seipientl) 'I'M ,n th" Untied Mimes. Tliere belns no marke In the Hahiin.is for e.iitn .1 pineapple and coiim ituently no ic irkn v nine, th' Import, rs Incolce.l and . Illere. I tl.clr good' 01 the basts of -he .ost of pro. lu-Hon, with tin uiual add!- tlotu for IHi.ll- su, selll'1'.ll expenses Ap pralscr of the part. John K s'cgiie, raised ihe allies nnd on tlie lllllior, er'a anneal, a t.'..iU0 ' single cti'tl' ra Appraiser r.il-ed them etlll l"r..1l. ,'iiMbii. a loptlng Hi" Muiriiaii selling nr'.is ii. d dctii'tlng duty, freight and tit.SSi! i ollie- .,iual e-.puisi, tint inakli.g no ul 11.1. j y I ll-.l 3 111 mi. M .".1 ' lit. .9", '-! is 19 tot II'-, ''!: in IS-', II T4 ISI, I (iiiiahs Hallwii: Jiimnir) Total recelpu . Total i Incur, . Net Income . Prom Julv 1 ! Tolal re, elpts . lotul charger . Net llll oine it. Paul. Mliine ipo.l. a ad c.mipmy reports for IKK l'huoi-rs 1 1 . ,'S .. . i, ine I.ITS.V'i: Ine ll.1f.nr, Inii. .tll.TSS.nsi lm . . 9. Ii 4.'.;' r,i) Inc. t . v 1 .. Til In,- t .'.Oil 4 111 llio l.l,vii 'I'm' Vliuent AUnr lintel , KANSAS i'ITV. MILNIi'O AND oitlll.VT. pinjeclf d Il.is also been .Ih.indniicil. j The Kansas rliv. Mexlro i.n,l cirlenl Anioiii; tint nllicr liiiUiries witnurawn ' ituitraau reporis m ttie nuerstats c.-f,.,,. nr.- llie follow tiiK . An olllce bulldliiK at 1 1 ii i.i 1 1 way .mil John si reel ; tin- .Mer limits licfilrtcnitni' Cnii,i,, liullillni; to I, air been constructed nt Tenth ave nue, between Sister-. tl, and Seventeenth streets, and tlie lllectric ll.uiil and Share Con, puny liulldltiri. ... Tlie New Haven, the Penile.) iv.tnln ami t'-c Central llailrnail of New Jersey re. iieweil their cnib.irKors on freight 'ship, n -ills into New Ihigl.Hid at IJ ii'clni-k last uiRlit. All shipments lulled op .Mutch II, howevei, will lx cared for by ll.cs? transpoilalliin compaules. Tlie Southern I'aclllc, aivordliir! In n report from Houston, Tcx hag Ueclaj-ed an iiierce I'otnmhrlon for J.inuary i-'i'i c uanges Total oper rec . . Total nper. ep I'ncollectll.le rev Taxes .... ... Prom July 1 : Total oper. rev. . . Tolal oper, esp. . Net oper rev Oper. lm ome l'oT.33a lu ;''!. liU Inc. .1 Inc. 11. TH lm. tl.r.TMK, in,., 1,4s:,iiis Inc. .130, SIT Dee 4,S"0 Dec, NIIW YOftK i.'I'.NTHAL The New- York Cin'ral Kallroad i on, p-u) reporis to tlie l'ul.ib Hervli-e Coin lnbslou for the quarter ended Dei ember .11 last an follow it operating revenue, .-,;',. 953,405', net revenue, Su,4 14,49!) i operating Income, IS,IT9,:43i gross Income, ;:,ni)l,. :H: uti Income, 111,114,441; aurulu, II,. io, 'or nroll or cxel.enr.. ..f c.inilu.'t :s t.urlni-sa In the t'tiltcl Slates, or In-len-'t on Itnestment. This resulted In a h.my aihanre. un further appeal the He. i e ippr.ibeni.-nt Hoard affirmed the single iiiniT.il xpprulaer. I MK.r- Judge ('..oner of Mle Hoard of I'nlted .-tales lletiernl Appraisers handed ...... at vesi.'riKir I in, ...r . I. trill ...'eision I-,' 1 InvoHIng the foreign market valuta of '''"iiliwi' to UU shipments of so-called Val ...... I while lotion lac.s. Imported here from O"'" I i-.ii.iK l-'ran.e The coutroiersy com ri-d ..ar.l'hf 'luestlon 'f .lie .lutlablllty of .4 cash 1 dls.ount of per tent, repre.etitlug com J( ''"' ' mlsslmis The nisionis ofilclals disallowed 1I1I4 licni 011 ine various luw-n-ct viui the r .u.t tint ihe Collect. .r Included It In tlie dutiable value when liquidation was made at Hi" Custom Ilium- A lest case wis prepared covering lacis imported from Pred'k Vlelor A A. hells of Cktals, 01 her Importers Interested in the Irsue were , Dooh's sous. Leo ili.seuherg A- C'o , Ivlauher itrt's and i' lx IVIbon A Son, Several wllnes.ea lesll.le.l before till le.ird that It would work an Inlustlce to the lm li.ir'era If the .onimirelon charge was in. cIuiI.hI In the .1 11 1 I.I Lie nlue. In the test case, Just decided. Ibis contention Is up held Tlie values as n.-,e,l on the lac'ei 1,1 quesilo-i, rocli ".14S4, white re Una tare, eiii.-rr.l al .0111, fram- per metre. Ds. .01111, a 0 i.er ceat.. .. ner cent.. nr I cent and 1 P'-r cent 10:3, ditto, eiitsred j.l lij". iri.lie per nieire, tllllll, i;., en. tcred at ot franc per more, Discounts Hi pel lent 3 p.r cent, -.' per een end 1 per cent ; ufnll, ditto, entered at .01", trane per ineirei tniio. entered 1.1 .OT i. franc per metre! 9hl. enlerdl at .Oi franc per metre, IMs.'ounts It par cent,, r. par cent.. 1 per cent, and 1 per cent. Ada packing. . all nt) lvn-s)." DIVIDEND DECLARATIONS. Company aid term. .Stk. Amt.Pa)ai)le. Western Union, uuar- . terly I'.'e Ah' le Amerl. an Seeding Ma- 1 bine, quarterly pfd Apr. la American Set ding Ma chine, quanerlv. .. . com l' Apr. 15 Pirn Na-lonal Hank, quarterly fe Apr. I Klrst security, quar terly Apr. 1 Nlpes Jla) quarterly., com f.. Apr. 15 Standard Motor Con struction -'e May 15 Standanl Motor Con-struc-tloti 3e Nor. la American Drake .-lioe A Poundrc. quar terly pfd fl Mar. 31 American Hrika Shoe & l'oundry. tjuar trrly .... com lej, jfar. 31 National Licorice, quar terly Pfd l,-e Mar. 31 Prairie oil A lias, quartt.'ly 13 0 Apr. "J Prairie Oil A- Has. extra . IJ.00 Apr 29 fulled Prult. quar terl IJ.00 Apr. 1" New York State Hall ways, ouir'.erly com ltaej .pr, 1 I American Has A 1'ieo- trlc quarter!) pfd P-jeJ May 1 I American lias A Illcc- I trl-. qutrterly com :i.j Apr. 1 . Hank of Platbush, I quarterly 1 Apr, t I Maverick Mills, quar terly pfd tl 50 Apr. 1 Hoywl Hiking Powder, quarterly Pfd me-, jnar, jj IJlo)a: Unking Powder. St Ie)jie, Hooky Moun tain A I'aclllc, quar terly Pfd ll. e Mar. 31 PUBLIC UTIUTLES. The Keystone Telephone Companv re- nnns iur 4 euruary gross earnings or 111., T'J.'.. or an Increase of I'.i.do.l over Pebruary. I Palo: net earnings of IMi Is3. an Increars of 14, Ti':', and surnlui of f:il,T:in, which Is I an Increase of Ill.itUo. i The Southern Hell Telephone Company i report, for the year ended December ill operating revenue of it.Ti;,T4"., which Is mi Increase of 11 1.'t.KilT over the 1H14 fig. I urcs. tolal Income nf K'.illl'.S'.'il, 41 ,lr,-rio . of IPaT.otiil. and a surplus after dividends or .--.u,4i, or a ueereaie of i.r..32L The annual report of the Cumberlani. Telephone antl Telegraph Company fnr the )c-ar ended Decemb..r .11 last dls.'lnsea op erallnc revenues of IT,Shi).:i74, wbiclt . 1, decrease of flHD.ITN from the 1H14 figures; total In.-onie of KMMl.HOT, 1111 Inrrcose of -.3il.!.1. and a surplus after dli blends of i'l.".,i'ti. or an Increase of I I0r.,3Td. The Keliruary report of the American Power ami Light Compuny ehowa gross earnings of IUHLPMi, or an Increase of ITLIi.Ta over the corresponding mouth In the preceding year, and net earning! uf 4,1.1,1'ie, nil nii-irisr 10 .... ...in. I' or the I3.0.-1 Is, 7-7 1 S.Ttl isi, ,",:.o :so.n,-, t;T,h., VTJ.HI scar ended l'YI.r'iarv Vli. HUH. the renort shows gross earnings of 17,4eO,'.'a,i, or all Increase nf J.1.VI.7SU over the previous year, end net earnings of 13. IT.', Tie, an Increase of H:U4'l, The January teport of the New York Hallways Coinpany shows gross earnings of ll.Hlt.4eHi. or an Inrteaao of IJT.TSS over the Januir), HHf., ilguree, net earn lng of l,1'.'4,0(s, or tin Increase of f .tr..3 44, and surplus of IST.04N, which la an Increase of Hi;,.ililii. Tor the reven months ended January 111 the report tllscloaes gross t-urn-Iiiks of fH.niiT.lli'l, which i an Increase of Jlil-.M.".. over the same period In the pre vlous )c.ir! net earnings of i;,lln.illil, nr an In.-reaas nf l170,Np;i, antl a surpluj of (i42.-iofi, an Increase f $4n,T..:i v The Baltimore Has Appliance ,ml Manu. facturlng Company, a suhsldlary of Hie Consolidated das, Klectrlc Light and Power Cnmpali), -ll hold ., spe.-lal meet, log on March .'4 to dlseuis a new- financing plan It l proposed to retire the present Ixeue of llOII.Odil frst preferred stock, lo redeem tlie present funded debt of llOfi,. 000 and tr. Increaea lb rmte on the pre ftrrttl tock froro 8 pr etat' to T ptr cent. VLIHJC N OTIC KS. .NtlW VullK sCPIIHMi: COI'llT KHj-i JUDICIAL DISTItlLM, Cul'.V 1 1 Oi HKON.N In the Matter of the At pl s.1 of the Publli Serli ','oiiiminio-i r r ti,. Klrst Dlstrl't of the Stale uf .N. v Yc-i.. cttng oi, brinilf of The City uf s. yur, for the appolntmeiit of c.immls lui, rt, Appralral pursuant to Chapter 4 toe laser, of 1491. ..nd tile recyrwt ..u hi. amendatory thereof and eupp'e-iy t.-.a, tliercto, relative to acquiring an e. ,j ir. fee simple ut'soltlle and all fetiito b tray or e.isiment, in wnu :o rri.r t-xs.-., frenilsos at ai.d near the Jttt. r-e. Hen a ton- AVIINCH und HAST .:TII STP.HHT. In tbo llorough of Th" llrcrx. City of .New York, required tcr the pur pore of the construction. nu.tn'rr,nn s an! operation In perpetuity of a ftrtltn if ths rarlil transit rallrun.1 commonlv rtr-i of I l'i IMlTllV WI-VI-X- ll.lf-T'l NOT10I-V IS IIHIlHilY cilVHN that tl Second Separate anil Final Iteport o! i'yri Miller. Martin C.lsler and loslah ) Hrlggs. Commissioners of Appraltai, dv. y appointed III the aboce entitled r-rtwee, ir.g. which report bears date the .3rd u) of KebruaD. 11. wae r.led In the tun e of the rierk of the County of Hronx or. th. 8tb dav of Murrh. ISt'i. notici: is Pt.-iiTiir.rt oivp.n that shM Seend Separate ami l'lnal Iteport --latss to and ulfe.-ts Damatfs Parcel No. . la ti ftbove entitled proceeding .VOTH'i: IS KUHTIIUH (11VPN tl.at .td Ss.co,itl Separate ami Pinal llepc.-t t.j' ts presented for confirmation to the Sjprena Court of the r-'ate of New York i . Spei-la. Term. Part I, thereof, f ts Ilearllig of Motions, to be) held 111 u. 1 li the Plnst Judb-lut District, i.t ", ll-oin County Court Houae. at lillst stre snt Third Avenue, In the Horuus!, of h. Hronx, Clly of New York, on th . d of Mareli, lJle", ict the iiper.tr,,- i o. -t tm that day. ami t ti it t then and then e- soon thereafter an lounsel csin bs lesrl thereon, a motion will bo nude tils'. iI4 report be confirmed, Datad. New York. Mareh 9, 1S1. LAM Alt HAHDY. Cor-iorattoti Count-!, Municipal Hulldllg. Uoroagh of Manhattan. New York cite Bt-KKOCATEtICEi. UUTTON. HHNHILTTA lu puro.J.-e ef an order of Uouurabte John P Cuba;". Surrogate of tho County of Nuv 1,-rk, Notice is hereby given to a, r- .!.. bavins claims aga-lust Henrietta Hurton, late of tbe County of Now- York, dt ej.) lo present tbe same with vou.-h-rr Uisreoi lo tbe subscribed, at their place of tr..i, .act ing buslneea at the ofMce of Alien v acii maim. No. t)3 Wall Street, in the of New York, on or bef-re the 4th div i' 'fj). 1916. Dated, New York, the 19-h da of October, llll. HKNKY A. HPTTON KHED ETH1CK H ALLKN. Admlntatrators, . ALLKN" ft CAMMANN. Attorn f- 'f AdmtnUtrators, c. t, a., 41 Wail S-.rt.t. New York City. HAMILTON. ANDIIliW J. In rureiir.a of an urdtu- of llonorablo John P t'ob'uaa, 4 burrogata of the CTounty cf New Vork. NOTH. ! hereby given tu ail r'e "t having claims agalnit Andrew J ll.rrl ton, late of til County of New V ' it ceased, to preaant the same wl-b u ors thereof to the subscribers, at tr., i , ' "I tranaactlng buelness at the o-.- f slr ltorne)a, Uxerett, Clarke & He e.i S". 37 Wall Street, Hornugli of Man etur. City of Now Y'ork, on or bfor e , in day of April next. Datad, ,N'a York, (t Itth day of October. 1915. M K . M" l."" E. HAMILTON. LP.STKIt A. HAMl'TllV. OMHTItllDB II. WHITLOCK, Ex Horn IVHItETT. CLAflKB A HBNPHICI At torneys for Kiecutnrs. ST Wall strtst, Dr ougb of Manhattan. New York City HELP WANTKIr PUM A I P ItO to 130 PUtt MONTH extra e, any cnipbqed person wltliou' . c, tli regular worts, no e-ii.os n logs positively mi lm tupnt c liaed II, it apply Addrean Til Mnilloll CO, INC, l"a W M, Chlc'igo, 111 IIULf WANTID M LP i:0 tn 131 Plllt MONTH extri any einpbiNed perstiu wlihou i-w-lth regular work . no selling ' 1 Intr: prslilcely no Investment "i need not apply. Address Till MllllloU CO.. INC., 13 W. Ma' Chicago, III, ,n ,4i, The plan also provides fer a' 1,150,00(1 In the authorized terre.l ioik, m.iktta i' ! Tr" eanio Im-rehre Is pUuneo f nock III addition 'he p. to i the r.ilc of I'.'lu.oon .f i i T ' en preferred stuck, the nroc e, to retire the ilrrd preferred no, 1. anj n- bend and to provide addition il -l"l" Cgpltai.