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THE SUN, TUESDAY, MAY 2, 1916.
11
BULLS ARE ACTIVE
IN COTTON MARKET
Tints Oct Out of Rut mid
Work t'p on Tnoreiisi'd
Trading.
1,0 W ACREAGE F10UKKS
.short ooerlin and an outburst of
f-t'li bullish ucllvlty were rwpmislble,
for a new hlsh level of prices In cotton
uftcrday. The market brolta out of
Iti nit nn a somewhat Increased vol
tra of trading- and at present t ho ten
dncy appears to be higher. Tho mar
ket in narrow, however, with a very
tTill out.'idc IntereKt, and there np
t.f.irs to K Uttla Incentive for taking
an s&nTer-slvc position on either elde.
The cloe wjih firm Bt a net gain of
H t.i 17 point.
Quite n number of Influences nlded In
ti.rnine traders to tho buying side yes
terday. Among these might be noted
tie. failure of any s-erlourv labor troubles
to develop In tho leading textile con
tr. tho actlvo and profltablo market
tor stoods and the absence of any dla
n'jiet hk nnwri rtRardlns our Interna
tonal trojliles.
Most Important of ull, perhapr, la the
tsndency to credit the South with mak
U.t a very email Increafo In n create.
A prominent local firm received Uic fo.
leVns from Its Texan crop observer:
"Prow San Antonio to Austin crop
nearly nil planted and up to (rood Ktandn.
Cotton about ten days late, but with
ood weather will ovi-ruiine moot of the
litem About 10 per cent. Increat-o
In acrcinrr."
Arthur K. Marr-h ha the following to
Mv in Ill's wcek'e Ismio of the Uconomln
UVM "The planting i-asoii has been
Mchly propitious, for all but a few fee
Hons, of the cotton producing States.
"Ir.ilr.ed observers who have made per
ton.il Inspection of the conditions are
Mrtuilly unanimous In naylng that thli
)fr'i cotton area, no mitter what tha
rectal reports may be, will be us largo as
P-, farmers can make it Last year un
rrofltably low prices for cotton Irresisti
bly curtailed planting ncond all rxpec
tt!otis. This year the Inducement of
i(f ptlonally hlsh prices, not only for
rotten but for cotton t-es-id. Is proving
equally iKjtent. Only ery unfavorably
mathtr conditions hereafter, then, can
prevent fio production of moro than an
mrise crop of cotton In tho United
lutes. '
Market closed firm.
Open-niih-Lv- Ho- Ttir.
In; est est Inr. close.
Mu . um 1: u it 9 1: Huts is tLrnftii 31
Wt in liao t:i: isiii::i t:t:ns'5
vtobr. 133411340 i:atit:.:
Pftno-r i: j:? j;.ti i:wii:r.: i: iiti:.t:
.'jnuirr.. 12 'A 12 ill 12 41 i: 1H3 SI 17.47
Kirch... 1260 12." 13 l;". 6 tr.T 13 6331164
The local market for Knot cotton i quiet.
points advaiKT mlddltn;, 13 30c. Southern
Tel market as officially reported were
ready 3 to 13 point advance New Orleiip.
11: Gilre-ilon. I3.4f;.: Savannah. 12c. Mem
rUs. HI2C ; Aurusta. 11 rv;.: Houston. i:.3tc.
Orlns market closed at8dy.
Open-Hich-Lovr- Ploa- Ptov.
inj est est inr. etr.
Mir .... 1144 1I.M ll-. ItfVitlS 1174i17
1210 12 17 11 94 12 12 17 lll'Intlfl
Oober UM 1J2J 1217 i:22H25J 120inl2l; .
t ember 12 22 1335 1333 ir.34aU3j 12.I121 1
. U17 12.31 12 II 12.30 12.4"ilt2 41 1226-111227
The Liverpool market opened qalet. Thro
s- a fair buslnes- In pot cotton, wtth mid-
eilr- tin.-t'isr.Fe.l nt 7 tr Hsle 000 tiniest
ro-eipl. ;.eno; Ou Amertcan. Cloed very I
IWV.
Opn- Hllh
inr. est
rJun .7')
J.ij-4uj 7.'i ::i
Vt Nov. 7.47 7 57
Jin .rtb 7.4Hj 7 14
The II A. M. bids to l.lrrpool were May.
Jr.i July.. 12.1e,: (Vtober. I2 33u : .tnnuarr.
12540 The market there was due to open to
itr 3 to S points lrnoe.
Port reeelrts and sicks:
Re- Last
fipts. jear.
a.j
1. J53 1
44
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21 J3
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2. HI 2.M7
GOSSIP OF WAIL STREET.
HettlnnlriK lo Worry.
In some of the morn conservsthe
brokcidno elides thcru Is biirlntiltiK lo
be a feeling that tho present udvance In
the stock market has gono about far
enough until Uermany sends a reply to
rrosldent Wilson's latest note on tho
htiBSux Incident, or at least until thla
country gets some definite Intimation of
tthul Uerlln'M reply will r. Wall Street
lias by no means forgotten tho abrupt
break In prices that camo Just before
tasttcr, when It seemed that the necr
ance of diplomatic relations between tho
litilted States and Germany nitght come
ut any time, and Is beginning lo won
der If wo hnve not already taken too
much for granted In expecting that Ger
many will iiow a disposition to con
cedn what has been demanded. If (Jcr
m.my does this It will be a reversal of
the position she has taken on the mih
m.irlno Issue. Stocks, particularly Iho
KpeclaltlcB, have had a considerable rise
Klnce the dip about n week ago. The
market position, which was greatly Int.
proved by the reaction, has been weak
ened by the recent big advances, rang
ing anywhere from 2 to 20 points. One
broker In n small and conservative house
said yesterday that he believed the tier
man reply woulfl be to a certain extent
unsatisfactory. Itv was so convinced
that Germany's reply would at least
necessitate u further exchange of notes
that ho took profits and advised his
customers to do likewise.
Tljnnn-t.
Mexico may be a little behind the
times when It comes to adopting 'peace
at any price- policies, but certain
sections of thnt country arc proving that
they have an appreciation of the values
of advertising which would make a the
atrical press ugent green with envy. A
broker who has just returned from an
extensive trip along tho southern bor
der of the United States brotiwht back
one of the advertisements for the little
Mexican town of Tijuana, which wa
printed In an American newspaper. Ti
juana ts described as a "mile a minute
town In a foreign country" whero "thev
suro hit her up from da light to dark."
To make tho resort more attractive to
Its American patrons there Is a gambling
casino where "society nights" arc fre
qucnt, and where special rooms are of
fered for thoso wishing to Indulge In
games of chane Ferhap' t'i must In
teresting part of the advertisement Is
the appeal it makes to tho married man
to cmne and bring his family, stating
that he can do so with perfect safety and
that ".Mexico will entertain them
lavishly." Incidentally, there is a JS.flon
guarantee thnt gambling at thu'casino
Is "on the square." hut the returned
New Yorker la sceptical on this point.
The FrorHr.
The International Mercantile Marine
stocks jesterday again dt motutratot
RAILROADS TO CARRY
OUT BIG PROJECTS
THE BOSTON MARKET.
Improved Earnings Cause
Tnklng Up of Many
Old Plans.
Railroad companies are preparing am
bitious plans for the construction of
bridges and terminals which will call
for a heavy tonnage of fabricated struc
tural steel, llevenuea of nearly all tho
transportation linen havo Increased
greatly In thn last six months, as Is
evident from the extraordinary state
ments being issued by the large systems.
I'art of the net revenue apparently Is
to be put Into Improvements., and many
projects) that havo been held In abeyance
for the last ten or fifteen years because
of lack of funds probably will now be
carried out. In April railroad struc
tural work, mainly bridges, called for
21.000 tuns of fabricated jdiapcs. In
March this year bridge contracts called
for 17.000 tojis of steel. The Kebniary
orders aggregated 21,000 ton and the
January orders callM for K,000 tons
of structural matcrlnl. In April last
year railroad brldgti orders aggregated
11,000 tons. Last month's orders were
thus double thoso placed In April. 101j,
keeping up the ratio of Increase made
during the first quarter ot thnt year.
The Lehigh Valley Railroad hni
awarded contractu for Feven or eight
bridges, calling for 1.500 tons of struc
tural steel, to the Pennsylvania bteel
Company, accordlt.g to reports yester
day. Olds were bubmtttcd last .Satur
day on 1.VO0 ton" nf structural shapes
for thirteen xm.ill bridges to be con
structed on the Pennsylvania llallroart.
It Is expected that awards will be made
within the net ten days. The Ilurfalo,
Uochcster and Pittsburg has taken bids
on a few small bridge?. Hnd tho New
York Central and New Haven are still
In the market for Imllar work, but
lh tonnage Is ery Mnall.
One of the Inferos tin1: railroad projects
now taklnr new life s that for the
Huffalo terminal of th-- Pelnware. Lack
awanna and Western Uallruad. Thli. It
Is estimated, will call for Hbout S.000
tons of structural steel. Hldn probhly
will be submitted some time during tho
current month.
It will 1m- recalled that the George A.
Puller Construction t'omnany. after
HO.sTON May 1.- Thrre was no rhamee In
the chnr.ieter of the mlnlnc slivc iisruei
Priees moved within narrow llmlls. ulth a
tulr volume of bu.lnen Tim tone ruled
ftrni. Atlantic, Dull and West Indie-. Pimm
fruit, t nileil Mhon Mi.'hinerv and rorrm--ton
were s.roiii aud sc.lo Industrial specul
lie. Home railH wrro dull and tuidy iho
siimmar) i
open.- JIWi IO. ui
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that i1ip were f'nr the tin, a il, securing tb" general contract for build
favorite speculative lssu. Iloth tho " ,,1JC I'"'ns Ivani.i Pitroad Hotel
common and preferred sold at new hlsh ," ""h. Placed the steel contract,
rccopj prices. The combined turnener ' wtJ ch aa T-tlmatel at that tlm.
of tho two classes of stock, amounting I0" 1" J0" toni of steel, with
to 242,000 shares, made up fully one-1 lcC ord. Hans arc not et com
fourth of the day s total transactions In I ,1,e''- th .n?,ca,V0'' !a ,ulI'
all stooks. Nearlv 107.000 thirn. 1 15.000 tons of steel will 1 required, with
all stocks. Nearly 107,000 shares- of
Marine common changed hands between
2 and 2Di. The shares closed at 271.,
up 2ia points from Saturday's close. Tho
turnover In the preferred was even larger,
being 130,400 shares. This stock sold
up to the new high record price of Hi.
It closed at 93', an advance of 3'4
point over the previous clo.-. The mar
ket In Marine yesterday was a particu
larly nervous one. It continued to be
1 Islani Creek 45.
K. l.le Morale a
34i Kerr Lake... Ma
7." Keweenas .... ,. )a
70 , . iti,
M l.a Salle 4,
KO Mason Valley 3'.
119 Mas. Cnn 13
40 Mayflower 3'
t.C MUhKan 3a
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10 Nevada Con It
1t New Arcadian.. . s
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10 Wlf,on . .. . is
) Wolverine . '.'.. JAV,
TtAILUOADS,
0 Tloslnn A Alhany.lM 1 1M
10 Ronton Klerateil., 72 72i 72V
J Honon Milne , 44 41 44
1 Coin finer Pass. !V 1M 1W
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11 M4 Kie.- pt.... 3J' 23', n;
30 Ne Haven. ... M
2- O'd Colony .. ..IM in 151
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10 Am Air Clim pf P""s
1- Ame.Vea . 70 7i 7"
10 Am Pneu serv,. 2'4 2'j :'j
220 Am surar lies llf'S
12 Am Mirar pi 11 lie "t
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1M Cubnn Cement.. II II'. 11
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1410 Vnlt1 Frull ....H7 141 117
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You Would Not Rely
upon a friend or relative with a little medical
knowledge if the health of your child were at
(take. You would engage a specialist.
When his success in life may depend upon his
inheritance, U it wise to jeopardize that inheri
tance by appointing an untrained executor?
Safeguard the interests of your heirs by appoint
ing as executor this experienced organization.
Our trust officer will be pleased to consult with
you at your convenience.
Resources $70,000,000
Metropolitan Trust Company
of the City of New York
George C. Van Tuyl Jr., President
49 Wall Street 716 Fifth Ave.
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1 he Union Trust Company of New York has two well
equipped Branches for its uptown business the 38th
Street Branch in the heart, of the busy Fifth Avenue shop
ping district, and the Plaza Branch at Fifth Avenue and
(50th Street, just opposite the entrance to Central Park.
The facilities of all the offices of the Company arc
offered to depositors of either Branch or of the Main
OUice at 80 Broadway.
Ihe Union Trust Safe Deposit Company, entirely
owned by the Union Trust Company, conducts modern safe
depobit vaults at both Branches.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $8,162,000
The Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Railway Company
IIKOROANIATION.
lo Holder. nfFlMl and lefunillnK Murtcu" 4", 50-Year Colli Bond of The.Cldetnnt,
Hamilton and Ilarlon Itnllwuj' loiniunyl
fl older of aueh General Morte l ihl rinnrt.. due I0.1t). nf the am? ComptBTM
li4e not already heen aold lo Ihe Kenrgjiiltalton .Mnn.irris and
Itelrirra of lint Atortf i0 t 40-Vear liohl lloud. of Hie TlquA and Troy M ranch
nailmad Conipanji
Cowidcrnbly more than a innjoritv of tlio nlxive land's and of Tha Cin
cinnati. Dayton and Ironton Hailrojd Comp.iny First Mortgaue S Fifty-Year
Cold Bonds having bi-on deposited, tht ItorR.,hiiation iWan.igcrs have this day
declared operative the Plan and Aprecrnent til leeorcanization of The Cincinnati,
Hamilton and Djyton Railway Compans, t'ated February IS, l'JlG. In order
to rfford to I rlc't rs cf U e . t o e I or cs wbo I ..vo rot so far deposited, an oppor
tunity to participate in the benefits of the Plan, the time for receiving deposits
is hereby extended until the close of business on MAY 15, 1916.
Dated. New York. April 7, 1916.
KUHN, LOEB & CO.,
fliwrganltalton Majiaiani
ntroMTAnins.
For Firm and ftefnnrltnc Morttac Bomti nf
The Cliielnnatt, Hamilton and Dayton Hallway Comranyi
BANKr-.KM fHII.sT COMrAT.
U Mall Mreet. New lork.
Tor fleneral Mnrtmce Itonda, Une ll, of
The Cincinnati, Itamtltn- and llatou Hallway Companyi
lif AltAMT THUsr fOMPANT OP .NT.W TlinB.
140 Uroudnay, New York,
tnr Plrtt Mortgage Honda of
The Plqua and Troy liianrh Rftltravl Companyi
iiu: i:qi'itabi.f. triht compavt op ,r.w tork.
a; Mall htr:ei. New Vfk.
The Cincinnati, Dayton and Ironton Railroad Comiany
To Holder of rirt .Mnrltaite i-f ,i.Ter Hold llond of the ahoto Company:
In etMffr I r . . I n hrl.l-M. 1. . . . .. - .... ... . . n. I -, ..na- ih.
repnll Aiereement daleil Junmrr an, 1M.1. nmemlnl. v opportunity tn nxrllr1lM In tho
.1!"' ,h" 'l,n nn'1 Afi'i'inent ot HeorMnlznUnii ot Thn Olrrlntml, llmnllton nod niytoaj
hallnav I i.intmm il.itil hebruarr IS. HUH, whlrb h heen lerlre-t jprtlv by tha llaoe
HiltnUonManaaen. tiollee a hee-hy clren thi the, time lo.' fi olla depoalta la eltandad
until ibecloterf hunnem on IAV la, I8ID.
Iti, on York. April 7. 1316.
A! VIM M. KltKCII. Chairman.
i iirnr.ititK u. sinr.M.v.N.
L. LD.Ml.MI ZACHCH,
Cnmmltle.
I.V.MAN ItltOAOES. f KCHK"AHY.
.17 Wall Ptreet. New Vork.
rill. KQl ITAI1LE TKf ST COMPAQ OF NKW VOHK. UEPOSITARV.
37 Wall Mr net, Nrw Vork.
THE METALS MARKET.
::. L a melter f. lll 111'. 1UW 1114
THE BOSTON CURB MARKET.
h jirobililllty that fully :0.ono tons of
ralirti'ulotl shapes will eventually be re
quired, prrei-nt plan call for twenty
. ' ZL tr'"I".;l noTOS, Mar I -The Morton eurb don
I'""' ' ... .-... ...i "i i , anil akril i.l-leea lollow
to Tost A. Mci ord. but the contract may !
not be made tmtil plana Hrc completed
The lintel to le. eniii.!niptfl In New
York city by tho New Yorl, Central Rail-
bomenhut of i myHery to the financial , road Ii takltiK more dcllnlte form. It Is
uiMrici. rue American intcrti.n oiiai now umier.siooii mat jb.uou to ls.uot'
Ah.ira.to
ll.iv st,ue C,r
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Hutle and Vork.
Coriiuratlon la believe,! to huvc ceat-J Its . tons of Mrui'tural sted u 111 lie !iiiilre1 lioton and Corbin.
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buying of the Moii, for had It desired to
it could have bouRlit more at lower
prlcee. In fact yesterday's market In
Mamie, like that on Saturday, had all
of the aspects of a frenzied attempt to
cover on the urt of a b:? nhort Intercut.
The action of both classes uf Marine
hteK'lc toward the clopo of thi: market
bcemcd to bear this out. a both the I already !ium Mico-.vful lioti-la at lluf-
In the tmlUlns HoteN. appareiillj , an; Ho-lon rid Montana..
prcatly In favor In the .Metropolitan '!lv
trlct It i leportid jcstelday that
tho Stotler Ititere5tw will construct a
Inrire hotel building on riftleth street
and Seven h avenue which will require
about 1U.0OO tons of structural i-liipe
It wilt In recalled that the same lntere.'
common and preferred (.lumped from the
high aa If an urgent buvimt power had
withdrawn from the maiket.
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44 .-J
Chevrulcl.
Wlien Chevrolet Motor foinpany etnek
crojted 200 .Msterday, m linn at 201
th hlchest figure that It has ever touched
John v Pr'-nts of Hornblower
Ietr(or rereipta uid itocki:
Tie- Laid
celpta. year. Stocka.
lCi.t 4K.H UI.MS
HJ Z.n 14i.44
KB J.SOj 15 M
3 513 2.1IJ n.irs
Kutlmated port Lat
reieipU to-day. eek.
c,i'.Tf.ton .. .v0 to 7.W 5.4y
Orl-ain t.KiO lo :.3i 7.557
Imrrl. T,lf.!aT 13. b&lr.
"wt Mr Ihiii HAton. 4.4M.717 balei. Total lant
m."0n 7 M.:" balea.
Anrii'la .,
Mempliit .
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Total
DAIRY PRODUCTS MARKET.
Bt'TTKH Under very light receipt.
.: q pa- k-jei. the murk't ciMilica He
' -'-Ji Mippllea ere hardly ufMi-l'nt
fi- luiieuti-iit und prctb-aliy ull gradi-n
f , i i lie lpt were cleaned up
P''0 v en arrival, with houjei unutle
! Hi i" of thlr orders. Klntw and nee-n-er
prtleulnrly firm on out of
i"vti tu'inu jsrnovated and ladlei a-ler.
H jxikins i.lock still tlrm. Prlren:
c-M.er', extras, 93 core, J3'i.5 3lf.:
'tSe- ferine, JlijtfSJc.: tlritu, 33r
h-: roncii., sSaJJ'ic; thlrJii. :oy
! H unralte.i fancy. 313o.; prime to
V I3'?ti3l'ic: Htata dairy, ttneat,
' 'i KOal to prime. 33'iS3c: reno
i"l fiirn,, 3.u3jijc.; flrft. 3 1 Q 3 1 .ii c. ;
'aaie- rii-, riij!iwc.. packing mock,
'urre.ii make tine. 3Ji . No. S. 3"a271ic.
ULLsn Ti - .-hole milk llghtly
"nr hild joou . .I'luly, i."ble artvlcen
t'oa Llvtrpo . p ,rtd another advanoo
nf r.t ..Mlni; and exporter buiight
lr-'T New white tUtc continued aearee,
t.' kin. Hera faaier under larger offer
r., ITIiee Flnt, held, colored and
H' tpe.lala. IS', tfllc.; average fancv,
'tilltSc. riatn. freidi hrecUlB, 1,
' i.hed.1ar, ha!d, apeclalt, 1 ' a"
S (tcid tu fine, lTiMTSc.i dalnli-i-,
?l" held nno to flnt. IS'.tilS'ac.
T-" - field apnlala, H ' "f ! He. ; good
o f'i- H'iilTS , undergrade, held,
1 , fieth, Iti H',e.i WUconkln,
i 1 "'CIS', iliig'a datilei. held,
'I'.a'.S'i- do e da.l,le. h-!d. II1, k
''H . vo'ing An "ae. held, UH4l'iic :
' i 'to rklnie, epeclal, cur-
make, lls.m. ; louur gradcn, J
II ,
D'iV;? r.ecelpta were conildratjly largir
)"'. iaj. hut a large part of high grade
kl v ni dlnctly to tha 'VKreliouiei. for
ortng. leaving on:y a moderate amount
t ' arrent ue. Demand continued active
" n in pike,, hut tha .un,!'y o' Southern
'' K tn Veiiun o run irrtgular und this
1 - n ..atod ag.ilint. rri.-e Krenh
i I irfc. Ic., eloraif packea
; firi, :ii i5'.".vc. eec
'"'' '.'j Ic. i irade tgk'a. 1 !)', c:
: ' v mi i. i, i.oi . No. ;, nw'i
r,e .rhy hennery whlt, lilillc.;
.4e mlx.il. ,ji:i',ci duck.
y t -e ; Mirjland a.l Ualtlinorei.
f, ii , ..iijlc . Wmierii and
F - . : 1 ti . gr..e. 1071 0c.
' ,' fil'LTnV Thirty. three er
' .n uttnl ye.lerd i). "Ith nine tara
" 1 tri it Trudlng v. an fair nt open
ir . 0 f,, eetiled lutfr. WHh 111 care
. i arrive during the week, the out
'Si tir ntphtl) i,i, .- price" Nearby
i Ii ' o i'Of . brut. era, :Sj35r
'' K--I.D l'OLI.1 ll Krenh ilremiod
r''' ke I fown wt-re in emu I niipply on
in ot de.at.l rlrlU.rl." IC'il Hock
re plentiful, but tho rimrket en
i i , lm tl-y twrUurl .ln..k
"l'r en a fra'-llon e,n this mm'l oner.
ij'inr deterlpMonk ruled firm, ex.
'! 'irk, v, hl n ere uf Irretumr
i ,! onlv th' t'el nuUI at top
1"' "b nr tTHidl utoc'k Wan
lero.n from ihe 1 e.- high
i..ig ilra'm thi atrick Oil Hay
I. i' ,ii- id'an id 1'rlrem lrenl
"' 'Aentrrn hm and loina, dry
f, M33i ihtik'iia. 13 tu box,
ul, fed Sli:3e, corn fed, l'j
2 ' ,w li io 1,.ik drj picked. Weal
T"s. imi ovi-r lo iio-'i. 'i'itv ,
1 ' t ,.. . .'le . undxr 30 lb . lil U'tc
' fir) il.kfd. .' II.". und uier,
I lli 1 , ,i II" and under.
V old rorutir-, i riunb.
"i.i 10 Uh. to .Ina . I', ;,ii ft luc .
- j:i i' i i ii r i-i. j e,
-nop hen. a;, iM'. tome.
i roller, luv l ii
VV i-ftfll I., 1 fHllfl I
' K,-n ts in ii. -ii'iu 'fed. si
Jl'je 43 ( , Hi- . J 1 4'
I, 11 m 3i Hi- 'Ui 13 hi 4; ,li. .
f'lui. wvn-rn iiiti-,l, e,o lb, iiihi
1 ' 31 in . lb , 70i ii d
Week.-, called ui .Nathan llofhcimer. a i Reflnlnir Company. I)er Hron. have
tllrcctoi of the Chevrolet company, and
told him that he wan ready to pay bin
t-t of a dinner to thn Phexrolvi direc
tors at the Metropolitan Club. When
Chevrolet stock was bought by llurn
blower & WeekH at Si both Mr. I'ren
tln and Mr. Hofheliner agreed that it
looked "pretty Rood," Mr. Hofhelmer
even ventured to pueja that It would po
to 200 within a year, but Mr. Prentlf.i
filt thai buch an udvance in tho ttock
waH too much to expect, und the bet was
made. Incidentally, Mr. Hofheliner ts
a ble ftockhi'lder In General Motor
and lias ben heard to ray that Chevrolet
will home day crush tJcneral Motors",
which Is tclllnu nt 41!fi.
Calavera
t'htef Cou-olld.ited
I.'iirl'l
romolldated Tiipper ...
Ciiiiiili1atei Arizona. ...
rrown Ueerve
Cal Corhin
Dane Inly
Kaile i"d Illotbell
Kir,' Nat ntiil ....
'".oliinetd innulldateit .
lloushtoii
Iron IiIohhoiu
Icrome Vt-rd
l.a Ho-.'
Mai tn- .
Mi Kinley Harrash
Mexl. all Met jl
Muse of Annrl'-a
New rial tic
Ne LornilU
New i;iah ltlliihxni
SVvada llolula-
tuken an order for 00 ton of Heel for l"niinloii recitpt..,
a bulldlni; ft. bo coiistni.-tnl at fs.Ti topper
Frnncthco for the rncltlc Uuild:n Com- or.ondar i '.' '.'
puny. The Vacuum Oil Company will IMut Uutto ,
talio bids to-day on the contniet!on nf !ouihei Miami
etven small factories to 1m ennetructed Truro
nt raiilfboro, N. J, rcqulrinc ZOO tons Tonopah H'lindiit '."
of steel shapes. .Tonopah ttn.ng
j i mini rriiill rnnruir
lulo, Cleveland and Oetrolt. Itccent
orders were placed for Hie Improxement
o the bulldliiBh In J'etroit and Cleveland.
The McCllntic-Miirdiall C'onstrurtlon
Company ban In' iwardcd a cuntnict
for 100 tons of i.ibricnti'il steel shapcr
to he uH In the . 'i istructlon of a boiler
1 ouhc tn I'liil.nli ip'.ta for the Atl.intl
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The Move In Ihe Ititlla.
Tlic sudden movement In the railroad
Ftoi-lt" that took place In the m fifteen
minutes of trartlm? yesterday aroused
conslderablK Intercht. In homo circle
one heard that It was due t the elimina
tion of all danirer of an anthraclt coal
htrllte. In other quarters the extremely
good earnlnps of Ihe Pennsylvania and
tho Now York Central wcro pointed to
as the reason for tho upward turn In
the railroad stocks. All of this good
news, however, had been known to the
Street fully an nour ociorn iiumm. i .. , ,vth rtrn , tMf ,.milrv Uyr frhlp. ;
uie rails ccmihiiciih-.., I ment over tho ne.M two Scars. T ic luicn
The Public Sendee "omml-sion will
receive tender - on May 1 and IS for thf
luilldlnR of two additional subway scr
lions at fourteenth stree'. Plans lis
lirepared by the P'liKlner r'nc Prpaitment.
Indicate thnt about 11,100 to 12.000 tons
of structural Mel will bo rrqtilrtd.
The Mldvalo Steel and Ordnance Com
pany w'll re.idvo bid to-d.iy on the
cotihtruction of a sun h'iop, which xvi:i
require ",5uu tons of fajrlcatuii struc
tural steel. Recent hnvy orders re
reived by this iompan from forelcn
(Jovernnients make additional factories
necessary, ll Is ex peeled that Improve
ments wilt bo mode, at Pottstown. I'a,
According to a cable message received
by u cual ojierator here .xesterclay, the
Spanish (Jovcmiiienl has placed a con
tract for 2,000,OOCl tom of steam coal j
l'r.lled Verdi
Yukon
Ksteneion..
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Oatpnt of llrflnrd Copper In 1015
Oin.fHT Ton.
The pr.nclpal feature of Interest In
corper yesterday was the tlnal report of
the L'nlted Statea CleoloRlrul !?uroy for
1915, showing; a total output of refined
from primary f-nurccn of 1,631,204, US
tHjunds, or t19,47 tons, and, Includlnc
tecondiry metal, a total production of
1.6:C2;;,I3S piounds. This wan u gain
of about 111,000,000 pstinds In primary
retltud copper over tin; output in 1011.
The one new point brought out In the
fall report, as compared with the pre
liminary statement lsued early In the
year, was tho surplus rellned stocks
carried on January 1. 1016, which
amounted to S'.'. I2!.6CH pounds, npalnst
retlnid stocks of 173,140.101 pounds on
January 1, l'.'IS. On tin- other band.
Hocks of blister copper at snu-lters. In
transit to the refineries and at the re
fineries on January 1. Ulii, wcro 274.
OO'I.OOO pounds, against Mockn of 203.
010,000 pounds carried on Junuary 1,
U15
Tho tJoM-rtiiiient repnrt also shows
that the apparent consumption In thir.
country Is.-.; 3ear was 1.04:i,4l,JSS
pound., i-oinpirid with 620,145,373
poundi In 1911. Tho amount exported
totalled !!l,ori3,301 pounds, acalnst
H0.0Mi,l':2 pounds in thi- prcvous ye.ir
The prod lb Hon of electrolytic lake,
castln-: and p.? copper fruni primary
nources and the piodintlun of recondary
cop-r b the regular irflrdnc plants In
KM I and 1010 Is shown In the follow
luc ttl'le:
l3Miet1.- Korelcn.
SI. 173,073 3;3.3i.:oj
tin t'me b-ln.
for about 3.C"
there an, .In
al'iut l,'n,l .
Steel but.dp
f" xeral inrae .
plant oitenelO',
ClO,1.
Th arli mci
ueta bv thn Amrl
pinv In, . I rojchl
ag.itnel eoiitra. ih
I"
ordcra bne ben placed'
i. .ui of bildge morii and
ontrat'a p"i,ding for
"fit Is mo-e, active
'. "a for mnnufartur.ns
i ihe pol:,t of being ,
price of Iron pr ,J
' -' md Wire Coin- '
- ei" i-it'c if o:i-
strong xnl wtn nf thi -i. reaj-1 . ,, ty i
put In by in ep,- i. nt lompanlia rccuntli
liu be.ii ,oid ,r several months An I
esp .-lal . good a..rnar.J la tuttd for tlic- !
trie a , e-e' I
Kxport ord. r for rolled !! .ire meet-!
5. ""h. ,r ro"' m Anierb-ini
mlll and "vera! Urge contracts uro on the
vv. ,.f t, eti.h. i
Kilos nf .r,no loin i.f fn.inrlry tradea nf I
iron n.-.-e n port, d xrM.rday for ,hlri
meat ini.i funn. c:li ul. Sew York and Ns 1
Jr-w oier tb .i,..nd half of this ear
and the fli-t t- 'f uf li7 lnnul-laa ura
an i in ll,. , f0r R,t i; (mo tor.j
fur siml.ar dnlvcrlf's
I'rtniirt -Ulectrnlytle
..
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1'aetllig
I'lg
fatal primary.
Seecndar)
i:ieitroltlc ....
Ciutllif
Total scondar
Total output . . .
Prlmsrs
L;if i rrulytle
l.nke
cmiln; ....
Plir
I b i.O'O.7 4 a
m I.VOO. ,
311.331, 043
l,;10.i:3.1! 3:3.313,1
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Forelcn.
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THE PHILADELPHIA MARKET.
PIUI MiKl.I'tlt S. Vr 1 -Tonopah nelmnii
Mir.irg cori'lnuM telixe It made a lrj-tior.t
Hi'ian.e 'ir.-idin? In the grneral list ane
quiet and leMi,r.-. ilh thn lone ruling
nidi- ITonds wen, lees a.iive but talj.
Tim summary .
upen iiurn- iiw. , ins-
Sake
to lll t1n l.n.i
ii. lluflaln A Mir
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uten rails wero mocd up from ' of a
point In Atchison to ;s points in iteau
lns on a Urgr turnover In stock for tlin
space of time In winch the movement oc
curred, If on considers the Inactivity In
the mils of late. More than half of the
day's tradlns In Baltimore and Ohli was
done In tlic last tlftecn minutes, while nf
the 4(1.300 shares of Heading thnt
churned hands yesterday 2C,r.00 shares
were handled between 2;4o and 3
o'clock. This sudden movement In rails
may have been based tn the favorable
development In the m situation and
tho excellent earm ins reports, but. If
so, It seems. In the opinion of many
trailers, rather ..tranue that It did not
follow sooner nfter the announcement
uf the Kod -cw-s.
Ha 1 1 road Krnlnw.
That the reports of the thirty-seven
rnllroail companies po far mode public,
ulvliiB returns of ojn'ratlonis for March,
hau showed mi Increase In the not tor
that month of 10 per nt. over the same
month last ear. Is the statement made
III a marllet letter Issued by Clark, Chlld.i
A.- Co. ilrost earning1' of the thirty
seven railroads for March amounted, to
S 1 9I.332.004J. us compared with ?151,
JUS.OOO In the saino mouth u year ano,
an Increase of 2ii per cent. Operating
expenses wcro $13. 1 44,000, UBillnst
tl 1 V'!i7,000, an advance of 19 iicr cent.
Net earnliiKi for March, 191 H. were J.'i,
lss.000, a. compareil with J3'.',!)l 1,000 In
Marvh, ID IS, an Increase of fiO per cent.
Inlrrnatiunal rVlekel.
Tho ilisvlaratlon of a dividend of J2
per share on the. Mock of tho Interna
tlonal Nickel Company did not cotnu as
n surprise to the financial dlstrWt, It
haxliiK been uuderstofsl for some tlmu
that the dividend rate would be, In
creased at yesterday's mertlne. The
(ilvldeud Is nt tho rate of S per cent, on
the stock, which bun a par value of 2S
per share, und compares with a prcvluus
dlsbursiment f ' Pr crnu If.tlio $2 rute.
I. nmlntalncd It will mean that the stock
has been placed on a 32 per t. per
.minim bus Is. ' 'tn- dlrctors have re
fused to liitlin.il'i what lliolr attltuilu
towards future d lilends will be, Intcr
liullunal Nickel tiuide "illy u ferMft re-
Ssiisii to the illldilii liicreai.1', sellllu?
Up friuil tO", tn ."0'' and elnsllilf at 4'."h,
ii drop of of a point from Huturilay'H
rlnin.
that was iiunounced, however, inured
the trade to be sluptlcnl In riR.ird to the I
ciosinK oi ino contraci.
It Ir understood that the P)"ton Ule
fted llnllroad Corr.yuny his virtually
pluced a contract for two lift brldKis to
be constructed over tlie Misiic. Hlver
Ono I for tho city of Boston with an
Indept. "t bridge shop. l.TfiO tuns nt
Btru. 'iiu, deel will be uted Tlic
Southern New i;iii;!unil Telephone Corn
pnny bulldli.K to be constructed at New
Haven, rcqiilrlnif 1.000 tons of structural
steel, Is still Jitmllim.
There are milium that the Mc-Cllntlc-Marshall
Conjunction Company Is pie
parliiR t Increase the Cap-iclty of Its
fabricating shops at I'oltslown, Pa.,
but no detliiito Information can be nb
tullicd. ,
Connimeis of Pmiidry Iron in the
lCustern trrritor ain still actively n
tho market for lilk'li and low slm u and
for hlg'i matiRiinee lion for shipment
over the last half nf this year and (ho
llrst half nf 101". It Is undrrst-10,1 that
I hern aro between lltlecn und twenty in
quiries ln( the maiket. I'iohably must
of thesii prospective nrdern will be closed
ilurlliK the euireiil week Anions: tlm
sales reported .wsterday was that of one
lot of 1.000 tons for Landers, Frary x
Clark of New Hrltnlli. This, It Is re
ported, was placed at $21 delivered for
No. 2 foundry, which Is on the basis nf
$18 42 at lllifTalo, e-'everal other con
tracts for foundry grades, runnlnir from
3ii0 to 1 000 tons each, and agsjregHtlnfr
about 6,000 ton:, were closed with Hut
falo and eastern Pennsylvania furnaces,
SfOO tonu for thlpmont oer the las'
half of this year and '.'.SOO tons for ship,
mcnt uvfsj the first quarter and tlrst
half of 1917. One lot of 7n0 tons was
oidorcd by a founder at Newark, N. J.
Another order w-as for DOO tons, and u
third was for 300 tons. Other deliveries
lire to bo nvide In Connecticut and Nuiv
Yolk State.
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is lien Aspii ill pf... 71
li. Ins Co N A S..
i Kejeton Tel
? l.aku sup Corp.
31', lti Nv
3 l.'h Val
i l.eh Val Trail pi.
330 Penniylvanla . .
.', Pinna salt Mf;
.. I'enni --let i, . . .
I'hlla Co
:i'-. I'lill.i Co luai id
Si' I'hlla Klec
l- I'blli Hap T t c.
1 Phds Trac.
7? i ftea llnr
?.' Tonopali n'Unnni
V Tonopah Mlulnr,. i'7
IS t'llllel Hu Imp.. S7Xt
3 W Jer.iy A S S'.. I'
73 Wm Cramp MH
!'- York liy. . . . 1SS
nOND?.
Il'if Allegheny Val Is. 97
4"i Am fiat, A K is,. !JS
ir"i Elee P'O 'IV 4. W
l'i) Key Tel In It.... 'is
in l.eh a' :e,i l . !:'
aiO I.eb Val en Cs.
lf Venn i gen IS..
I'.vt Pfiin con 4'is,.
..) Pen Pneu Is. ,.
l"i I'lill'l Kin- S.
1 st -pan-Am Irno tie
lf"i I'nlliil lt Inv :
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Total prllliar..1.3S7.701.t:s 3411. 49S. 925
i. 1,1, .01. 41
Seesndory
Klectrolytlc ....
Catling
Total eeeondur
Total output.
i,ts.:,
21,117.93'.
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The apparent ..nsuuipMon of rellned n-x
ropp'r In the t'nllel state In 1911. was
1 nl?. nHt Onil nniinits In 1911 It ixuh
"S , about 630,443. 373 pounds. The method em
ployed In deternilnlng the uuantltv f eop.
per retcilni'i l'-e iiniisne cur.euinption is
ihown in the fri'lowliifr table, whb-h doe,
um lne ute stock of cropper held by con
sumers ,
1914.
Total refinery outrnt of
new copper . 1.MJ.7M.-.3I 1,5.11.301,111
Siwk at bciinulrig of
yrar 0.:c;..l'i; 173 t.!'t
11
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' BUSINESS TROUBLES.
.MAM.l-.lLi.i; iiu.,.. ptan, wh,
i,,r'L;" .vw,t Tty-fourih streei.
nut wj,o has bn, n In l.ad ,.w street tall
I.-r ten t, I) t,i custody uf the
ni.d a pui-.on in Mnk
Jr.f,.i " 'i?. tnir.' 10 Kit hi. rcleas
frun Ja.'.. iiih uahi:i-la ir- Iti Ho and
?Jt. 1 " .c",'1- I loren. e- (I finch oh-taliK-1
a Jiulgnieni a.-ilnst hlni on o.
tub,! 30. Oi.. fr Uv.,,3 fr .,,i,gf,
nJSf1 I"'-"' - arresl-l
on this Judrmu.t i-.er,lay "--idney p.
l-in. his itt.,rnr. nf lined 11 rit of
h'.b-as rnrpua from Ju.lce Maer of the
i-cleril Court returnnb.e t.,.,1.... iii, 1
lew of ebialnlng hi, release, as "lie
, -. ."' liargeahi. Ill twi.kruplc.
V1T1 K. '-,"U'" ""!'' r Mar. 1
lla'l ll.aav 'san r"ri;,. -i !i
.. 13 snt.-. I. J- v ,, ,,0
ll " l,.ni. r., .1 sJt,r. ...hna ,iult.
He alu oa.s Jit; t thri".- d.tors
.IS'lun bTOIti:. INC - veiluon In
?.-.nx . un,y. r'''l - Win ar.u l..qar
stor; Inr of loll "oulhe-n lliu'rvird
. '"'".:'; 0"d 1300 Iludde A W, ,ut
mann ('.51, and s.,ruohn A Son. IH It
was 'alleged that ati ae.icnnient has been
mad- to Nut'.an Oprrhel nr
Mnrillls- I MAIllKt-NV- V ,.!t.,n In
bai.krupt.-y 1,, ,,., ,,.d ,.,., Mor.
ris 1 Malbrunn. bul.-ber i.f .'ll Colum
bi aenue r-u,,i,v PorKI-ig Com
par v. 13, C'.,be.gr A Sons Compn.
'"- "l N 1 ,irk Ilillih.rs Dressed
....i . lunpan). i:..t u
busl-.es twmtv yesri
CHAltbLS I.AK.-. hue dealer at :;3 .ve
nuv C has rnadn n a-lnment to Har
ris l.eij. a p-tlllon In bankruptcy t-a
t'.'." A:1 hnn In Max Meuner.
I. Si: riaSin. rh.er A Co.. 13.0, and
l'arker llni.ns A Co. 1190
HAItKY I.UiSKN. su-ge.'n dentist Af jfit
Kast rircridKav liss tVet u pefion In
bsnkruiiti) inth liabilities 149 9i.e ard
'" aneums of tho liabilities
1-...00 ate securd bv bond ,nd mort.
5.V.,"?. !i ,n1 '-"t IfOldwiy
Tie I'liblle Hatk ts 11 iielltur for 1313
Wil.I.fU! Kf-illN-. , haTent of 3 lVt,
Inrtbtu stn.i. hi- tl -1 ,i p-tnion In
bankruptcy, ulth Ual'l 'He, J34I1 at-1
nr as.ei. Th onlv .-teinor ts the ad.
nilni.triilrlt nf the f.imi. of Hrldcet
lar'an on .1 Julirm'tit pbtalnei In Troy
f"r 13.441 for personal Injuries.
AUTIIt'lt It. COVVUKSANO l.lllnr of I3S
rifth averu. . '1,1,1 a petition In bui.k
riiptey. with llabi l:le i:,;:i and asseu
W.M.TIJH KOCTrcSK.V. Intrrprolp of
W.tiTivy P.Hi-e fhM potitmn In bnk-
ruin- , wun iiaDiuu' Jl.'jOl und
LIMA LOCOMOTIVE CORPORATION
To (he StockhnltUr:
The tintlersiiiiifd Readjustment Committee, uctiiifj under tlm
Plan and Airrecment of Readjustment, dated March 15th, 1916,
itntiDuncps that the New Company mentioned in the Plnn has been
organized tinder the laws of the State of Virginia, under the name
nf Lima Locomotive Works, Incorixjratrtl, and that holders of
Certificates of Deposit issued by GUARANTY TRUST COM
PANY OK NEW YORK, as Depositary, may receive the share.
of preferred and common stock of the New Company to which they
are entitled under the Plan upon payment of the balance, of their
subscriptions to the Depositary on or before the close of business
MONDAY. MAY 1ST. 1916. and upon surrender on or after
said date of their Certificates of Deposit, properly endorseti.
New York, April 2t, 1916.
r.OflKKTn COX. Fn.-retao -I. . cams.
I in H-oadway, N V C. I H4.Nkl.IN i. IIHII1T.N
HAKY A CAKKOLI.. AM IT I 4i. ALI.K.V
Counsel. rieadlnslment Commit I e
tiCAUANTY TKl'sT CO.MIMNY OF NEW YOltK Depositary.
140 Urusdway. New York City.
THE GRAIN MARKETS.
has been in
no
Total .Tillable supply 1 K4 tM.7M l.07 .I.9I3 'l . snd a set P- .1 c't, "
Retm-d copper exiKirtci 'sil.'so.!.-.: 'i-l W.so, iVnn eighth Int. re J 1, ,
Mo.ksati.u1of ear ... 17JU49.5..1 S.M.f.Cvd K! Vur
Tool withdrawn from
eupply . 1.0171.i:3 74 SS?."7
Apparent consumption . f:o,k..3:3 l.'M3,ISl.):
THE BALTIMORE MARRXT.
f iialoma Hecrlpf Ycalerday.
Tho total roctlpts fur duties at tin.
ruiitom Ilmise yesterday woio K.Is.
lliO.m, "f which 34&,70(J.Bil was lor
merchandlso withdrawn from hnndod
warehotises and $27L',10I,18 for rwrnt
ImpurtattoiiK.
l',,
14
fiAT.nMOni: M i 1 -Cosden harei and
(Ikl.llioina Itotllllll.- acre srtlve HoeU. with
prnes tlrm ll.mds w.re In dttuand Prices
ruled steid The summiir
Open. High. lmr. Clos.
Side ins ret et 1ns-
u Arundel S A t! .. '. .in', ii, :n,
'l ll.dllmnre Tube 113 llil Hi ll...
3 Hank oi nan. ..is.
1I33 Co,du Itellinng. 33
',10 Cosden Oil & tils 9
1(173 r.u-den O A tl pf 4",
i Ii ivuIkju Cliitn..
3ifl Klkliorn Coal .. i;
3. llnllelun Oil.. .. :n
140 HuilMOll Oil pf . 01
I'D Morrh A M Hank. .
4u Md Ca.ii.ill . . . SI',
7 Ml Ver Col Mill a Is
IS Mt Ver Cot lilick 11',
11 Mt V Cot Duck pf n
4 Northern Central S7'i
1S.M iikis heiiniiik .. i'
1.1 l'nlted Hy A Klec K'?
ro Way I and Oil . . . C's
BONli-
ll'OO.i Ala Coul A I Ps.. ,1
:s) Dili A SU 11 4'is. 97
t,j Canlnn lo fs... ;i9"
0'i Cliaatn W Cur f. be
mo city Halt 4 i!"i H"
lUt) Clly Hall 4 IJl . "'
7"u Clly Halt 3j I9.ni 9t',
iu) City A Sub 3 .. IDS
61 'O Columbus So 4 .. nt'
itssi Coil I'uwer 4'... H'
K) Cosden Ref ea, .111
y Kikhoin Corn fa. wj
too llouiliin O iUv cl SO',
anon iiu - A Flu 3s .103
Its" fla Cur Nnr .1'3
lis'n Mil Klec 5s . . . . 94'J
.um Md Mate 4s 13!l.,H)l'j
livi M ,V M Trims ft. fi
Mini Norflllll HAL, fti 'iCU
lli N O M 4 Chro f, f.',
3l0.il l'nlle.1 It ft HI 4s
iii I'nll it A ll tdj: .,
ji-t Wab H'llUp f li.'I 9ii
Hiports of pics, tutint, trirs. rod. Ac .
reporl'd by the llureau nf rnrelim and Do
mestl' Cummene
If to the t, 043. III. 34 pounds of nevr re
fined copper Is Hddel the 33.' 274,000 pounds
of secendsry copper and copper tn alloys
produced durlnie the year It ' feund tlrit
a total of about l,43a.oi'.000 pound, of new
and old coyper was aMl).tbiu for doitieettc
lOIISUPlPtlOII.
K'eitroHtlc was unlet but firm yesterday
wllh some IrreKulnrltv In prl. IHniiiiiJ
w-au mainly lur small nmounts from tin
mestlc consuniere May was quotablH at
SOijc. June at 3i".. .Inly at S9'sc. Aueust
at .9c. end iHter piisltions ut ZH' Some
teliliic Inierests were nskliix; frat tloi ally
hU-h'-r prices
U'ports In April, eiclunliis of 1'ieine
and fnuthern ports, w-er" 19.3'fi ton- Plnee
Ialiusr l llio inreian snipinenis nae nnui , .,..,.,.,,
:l0.'). lens, HRiiiret epi,i-i uiirini; tne i " w" -1
JOHN C I.KVSilv, a retired hotel
keeper of Montleeilo. -V V ri.,i . n.,i.
tlnn In bankrupt.-, with liabilities 13..
Inn of on--
prunerty at
tirntiis mnn.u
from foreelosur .ale of a hotel at
Liberty.
Il.inl.nipli'3 'vhedllle.
n Ii - es.ile dialer In
v ih street, filed
.ML:. Hies 13.(97 and
jfi.if" Kitnvni:.
f ir t IS t!i i
schedules shOMins
aglets 11, Hs.
SAHAII IIIMii:it. deilrr In clear- at f
Lno venu tlleu eohedul's shonlni:
llab Iltles IJ.ISi iin,1 arrets ,n'.d by the
recmer. amount reallze.1 not knos-n.
i.'v
!
19
ills
tin
K'i
l.'i,
li".
's
4'.
iia.
17
SO
1,1
3
M's
19
11'.
M
I7Hj
f7's
9;
l'9,
101
KH
93'i
I'l'a
103
M'J
V.I
:'!4
I "3
Kl
Ill's
in?
i.','.,
r.'5
w,
f.
VI's
9'i4
103
10o
I'lS,
9I'
in
9II
Vl
ll
103
137
i
4'.
r.f,
i;
30'v
!'!,
31
n.
11
71
97
M"
103
0O
9f'T.
rorresnondtliir tllne lust enr of 90.8(13 tons
Imports fruni Atlantic purl unly tn April
'ii luded 7 :' Ions of copper, 51 tons of
matte und 3.333 luns of ore.
Hie 1cndon market wiia strunr nnd
hlcher Atuerlrm spot e'eetrilvtle nd
i'anfd f! to (143. while standard was fl
hlKliei on epnt and futur pnton Sinoks
In uruat Urn In and rraive durltiB the
last fertnlBht Im-Kaeed tin and Ihe altoatr
from Clillo mid Austruila trained iioo tons
Tin wa strotur und hlsher abroad and
Miipiitlieilcnlly blclier heie spot lln Is
ilir.lou't n "in ai i'- r. i.irs itiui aune. ;
.luiv uliliiiiioiile (rum the Straits are sal-
able st 4l"je, but fvw limits were r'ported
under 4la.c and lis.c Interest was
inHulv In lluiu.li Ha at 49 c. (or -put, 14c.
for not week, IV. for Ma mid I '. for
dune shipment from I'ataMa. Uellirl
Into Atnerlciu consumption In April were
4,303 tons, of whti'li v .I'D tonn were slilppeii
Irnm Atlantic nud .. tons from I'acliU'
pnrt. blocks In wardiou e an I Inn lliu
April 30 were Z 751 tons. Threu Hte-tmsblps
3J.,.. 'n yesterdas from Liverpool with 1 3
tun mid' 1.039 totis lira still hil.ut, Inrltpl
Ins: 330 luns un the Wtlsli Trlnce, hbh
arrived lit Iloston April 30
r-'pot btriil's tin at lauidon advanced
It lis to COO 13s and flandar.l vs up
? The rttirtriore market adcaneel 11
with sale of 3i" tuns at (703 it London
eqiiHiilent.
!,ad "a iiulet attrt easier sit 7.e. New
York and 7',c i:ast rit. l,ouis ror May and
fl'i June ehlpnieiit
103
Si's
id'i
si'-.,
lull
K3
ls.
', I
imu inn..
fDeltar was dull and weaker al I7'4c. for
pol. !, iM7c. for Mav, 1C1i tsUi- for
June and 15HflK.e, foe July, Third iiunr
ter wits In Id nt ItSllMsc. l Hast ft
l.mits Hondun broke 16 on rpot and 13 on
futures.
IRON AND STEEX MARKET.
Ills
9n'J
Vds
W4,
III' u.
lis
SI?s
Mores Arllvr Cnll for Mrlnl for re
In niilldlni.
HaHrosda. apparentlj, have turned at
tenUon from rail lo structural work, for
rnmpiisttlim f iiur.rmrd,
MAMITTN mitnON COMi'lVT
,1 i I Be Maer oou'lrmed a roinpis.ilon o
bo .Manhattan UK Iwn C'tnip.iuv of 3
Ha! Tw.ntx , ,t;li'l. s'ree' with ,r1.
Iters at 33 cents on th dollar, puyuble
3'J', tents cash and ha ance In notts m
alt. melu and tlfhtien month. l.U.
bi'dtlen 171,331
Assicninent.
COMltlo.- At T .1 11 1 a .
Hot and Hose fri-tin, 'Jer. inl' Iners at
IS Clinton tree- mada an asslcnnient
to Simuel I l'ersuion
Iteeelsers Itepnrt,
JAY C WHMPI.I. CiiMPVNV Job K
Hedk-es and HdwaM W J Kusiel n -(fivers
of the J iv C Wimple roinpanv.
l'iai.llfr.iirr -if Mln.litt -'in ' -it T,
ll.ist Tw u'l.'th sfeet. with fa.-lurv Ii
l-noklM iti d a brun.-li at I'hlr.ifo file i
Ihilr reporl in t ts-- 1 n'lei i-tntes liutrlct
I ' tiit I lies show Ha l.l'tt it on April 1
1470 511, lriiludliiK d benuir- bonis and
uini tg'iRe no n ul .state, mid a.sfis lill'
S3".', iimoiiu nhl ii urr nier.-h.mdlse and
muterMs, 1.'.71U oi,-,.iinls, lliliilis;
rrill estate lfi7 3'3ll. fill -I' jre und fix
tures, ii,-,.r,ii:i 'i i ,ii i M,i t,,., $to.ss'
The business w is es'iiti'lsli.-1 In an'l
the rerelters iee iipp ilnti 1 un J'ehruari
ii, 1l'ir., In an foully ml-.
IHsrhnrues rrom llaiiUrupli y,
Jl'Piin MWi:u in the l'nlted stales l)li-
-r Co, .-I y-s..ta4 ,'I.Ahtr,.i In s...
bunkrup's: "William It, s.-hremp. knit
k-ots ,iBnl H77 llrmdw.iy ItHblllllet
17" Ml. i:d"ln II. lUsi'j. fnrmerlv mil
lln Ml I'lfth aienue IlitblUiles IS'.'.
harles L lllrsch, rruerra und druir
pis' spu-'n'll -. fi.", Wnshlnctotl street.
Hal, itles llSflfiii. John I'miro). '.'II Wen
107lh strit- formerly ilquors Hr. Al-b-rt
Ml''r m P ilfin hriihlrn M
Wank, Ms Vort Wahln' 'n avnmie Wal
ler I llrslnrl fortunrlv of sm xtonnr,-h
Vieuum Compim. In '1 street Abra
ham Welr.steln. 1374 I , roaa. John
It nn, 'bricre HS'i Tri-c- avenue, Ilnuar
Keenan. clerk, fill lt I4'J I treet;
l'rnnk Kstinnn A Stein New Voik
Wicker floods rompunv. Hsst 'lr.-
monl avenue. John J Ci'lahan. t i't smau,
1111 West ISJd sureel , Hduard K Cork.
1110 Wads'iortll oviliue Jacob Glnu. Jr.
v ..v.'-e 'b s'',t- 1 Im '.-I
man, Maiden, N Y Tli'imn I'otls. oiuu
iiunlal lss", '.'.'11 I'owsry Julius Htark
lerk, i'Vi Wel H'.Hh streit. Iuls a
Isldor K.-hri restnurniit, isrt Coiuiubux
avenue, and Jntpli Otnrr, dry i'vod', I'M
First avenua.
AVIii-nt tdianres -iharplr Bald
Wenthrr In Xorlhvss-al.
The broadtnlntj of t-rieculation in the
wheat market ye-terday reflected the
more er M-at null Northwesti i-tt adilce.i
relative to the tinusJ.il weather condl-
tlnr.v I- various part-, of the sTirlm:
Wh.-at b..t i.:u wii.a fuezInK temper i
lure and "iere were scattered ralna ond
snows Tne fvellPR of apprehension wan
Irtene'tlci hy th forecast for ftir'.hf
priclpltution over ntcht. Theru wero,
nrtximuiii advances of 1 t" i'ic In the
Mltine.ipo'.is list, idher contract markets
rlilnp euh-tantlal.y and c!oinK near the
bct-l IcmIs nf tin- day.
Cor.svrv.itlvfj- In tin trodc assert that
the nr.- now certain that the decrease
In the p.int: wheat area will approxi
mate H' ver unt. th's scaon. Such a'
rriltu'tlpn would mean at-i'tit I OOO-OnCi ,
ii, -re". i'rop i:pert Snow In hi iti
mate yesterday pla.-ed the present
ludicat. d sprin? w-hmt ilea at I,0'".3,000
ii' iis under the ncrciBi" of a year ago
and the abandoned winter wheat area at
3 753.000. with a certainty that thi-s
total w-11 be larsc, as farmers are still
iiloiiplilrij up IWlds.
I The ,ra Cn fo- the end of edlne
I In the Snrthuen Is abjut Mav to, so that
I -he tra.io rea'ljed th nei-eslt of eT
Ic.i'ent M'tther con. '.I'lri In the sprint
! h.-at tc ! during the next fete dsye
,1'xper'. .,-pert lha. the Inn: preparation
! '.nt fii md recently was so Inferior to
till'. ! previous settolis that tile start of
i lb, .-rop ..- a v hole I very unsatlfaetor.
There uere other compiuini re, elvej lu
the . urse of th" se- i ,n. lne bavin to
. wl- i the wh.at p int In ll'lnnls, Ohio
and Ml 1. Ii i sail 'ha' condition In
thee - have undt-rone un better
ment .rade I ra'hei conf isej a to
Itlie pr i' 'O liovernmcn' winter wiat
report . n Mav ., us the .-ondlllons west of
! tho M'-' -' Pld have bun mure, favorable
I ilurinu iu.' p ft month, As a matter of j
fsct th- ar some v-rv optimistic re
! porta f-"-n Kansas and Neh-aka,
A sit -ip'heninir of the cash wheat mar
ket contributed to bullish sentiment e
1 terda) Premiums on hard wheat at
1 Clil.-nro .lat.i-ed lc a bushel There
i were ..e . -les of 1.470.003 bushels of.
ifhl'-ni Ho contract . tmi tbi- vecra
! re id. .'ed for and ihe May futures In
a'l in .ike's were reia-'veiy strong uuruia
the in- The ..port bujllii was tltlf
bit attention wa irhen to the decrease
ot more thn .O0O OOii bushe's In tha
amnu-.t of wheat on .a.aee On th- other i
hand 'h'ie were prlv.il rtporta that
llutsl.'i would 'hip a f ilr amouni of wheat ,
this ti-mz to Prance vii Archangel
The t nited states wheat visible supp.y
total ts 41. "90.000 busb . acaln.l 'UtiO.
(no In th-- previous we-k and . 1.003 0rt'i
,Ht year, ivhen the decrease tor the tck
vvsb 3 70" 00J bushels '
Corn-Increased se' lne for country a' I
count an i some commit Inn house protl'
lakinc on th" advance- prevented an
Imporinii upturn Ii th" corn list vesier
.lav 1 ho Mav position ut Chiiaco was
nulte linn reei Iv ini: support ironi larc
i"vsh in'eres's il"" "re ixpeoilnB SO . fr
this de'iverv rhrre ware 3.11,0 ooft i ushe
dedvered on contract sterdaj. but, i
vvn- eip.eted, the Arnujr Compmy ab-ori'i-d
most of these deliveries The un
settled and cold wnther throuKh th Weal
1, lendlni; io mora reports of Olaved start
, lor 'he new crop i w vu- o- suiui..
lotal- it.oou.ooo bushels, acslnn .'3 Sut'.ooo
I In Ihe provio.ia wiek at.d JO.i'OO.OOO last
' 5tOa'ts The principal strenctll vvn In tho
' M.tv delli.rv Chljaso deliveries wore
1 onl) 3 '0 ooo busnels There are persistent
' itsseriloo- tha' promlnt nt New York and
i likmi liou-e- are heavily lotllt of this
r.oslMon md the th Interest" are pre
dK-.ng t b hlKh. i prices Speculatmi
, r.tiA vva- of f sir volume durlnct tho day
a til th- inirKet wa helped bv the
sirenrlb 'n wheut and the r-ithsr bullish
crop npo-t from the Nnrthweai. A lieh'
..vp'.it I u.-'ueis was reputt-'J The vlnbli
sa ply .lerre'tsi-d 9110,0110 bll-hels for the
1 vv. r U
I'rovlsious- Sharp advances were repla
tereo thi 'iiirh the entire list, lard shnnintt
l ho itr. a'est strenitth Thero wis buylm;
ere, IH t" packers and rornuilsslou house
The CblcKo tnonthiv stock stttotnent
showed n decr-ase of uhnut 10 Oim.OOO lb
i.. l,a Isr.t steak and a 1.300 000 pound
deer, iso In ribs Pork stocks showed no
',-.Ui chnuge for the month. Chlcapo
prices-
Open- Htrh- Low. Clos. I'rrv
Inr est. ett. inr clos
W 117', 114', litis, t3,
117 1HS 118 117'. I'.',
, ltn'-s mv; iieu n;;
STORAGE EGGS
till' 4
GOOD BUY
N
, at 23c to 24c per doicn
"e will (HI on 15. tnarsln or 11.00
doposit per ca.v In t'lrliitai.riloo case
tip ui., I ise will rrcl net Kail and
Inter at ptol.ably much hlshor
Klcia full partic ular, mi rrquesu
ii. r.. stiii i riiMi-AM'
14 hitlesnle It 11 ller
ai7 lAnshliik-ti'ii . I.. s VitrU
FAIIIilll.NT IIIAI. CliMl'ANY.
Tho un.ir-li.neJ "1 ti un ! the rirst
t Mo'tstRs of the above coir pat, , has
received thw sum of HS.sS 47 purauant to
ihe fink'r.K Pund privi in of said mort.
xaire sei'ed offers of bone, to exhaust
said sum at a prl e not to ;eed 103 per
lor.tum an I ac, rueii (ntere..- will b ra.
celvod by the uuderslned at Its office. No,
43 Cedar tret New VorJt City, uti to 13
ucloik noon on Mar li '916
I'MTKli STATES MOKTOAGC AND
TI KT"i
Hv CAI r.riT itltr.WElt t. e-Pr-stdent
nivinr.vii- ami iTi:nir.
The International Nickel Co.
Common Stock Dividend
. d'ldnl of ir no ," on th com
mon stock has bsen declared thi 'lay, y.av
able June t. M, to common tn. k holde-a
of record at lh elne of tui'r a Miv 1,
191.
M"V 1, 19.
JAMES I. ASHLEY.
(ln, A 1 rMiTr,
M .tnM'MI M.U HMirNY
SI llrtaJiitun.i , ,Nrn Ynrk.
A utiftrter'y dlvidTil of "mMH crs
Pr ihare on lh nutiU" fiipltn, ntnric
of th- lios conip.tn li' l'fn decUrt4,
fUtihlfl .Ttinr n 1,116, frii l(hfiMr rt
rf 4-or-I h ; i h clou? of ba nfm June "0,
Ulfi The trHiMftr lionkfl if th.e company
nil) b c i tJ from .hint 1 131t. to Jun
.'0, 1 & 1 it, hotb d'ttth I ,. ,j
M:omiis II, HI..SNOV, rrrlar?,
"general development ccmpanT
i, llroudWN). New lurk.
Mat ts 191
A a n.eei us of the Hoard o' Director!
of the ilenersi Development Crtnvanv hold
this dav. a divld nd . f ' 'ne do a and fifty
.em dl .Hi per -ir- the capital
s'o k ,,f 'Ir C iptn un ie- ared. lny
able June is' I'.'l', t m,h-iljer of ro--n-rt
a '1,0 o -i o' bu icie on 3Iay I3th,
1 ! Hi 4,1- s ill r i n-
s.lM A. I.lVI-dllN. Trea-urtr.
Banco Territorial y Agricola
de Puerto Rico.
Coupon No 3(. of thi ih Ifii Mortct
Hord
l&ll. will be suit unoii presentation
the nf-1. e of TIIH . IHIN.I. PXHK D.1N"
OP NKH V4IIIK, 'ill lllttl 1MVAY,
'I iip, luiivi.vi: pipp. mm; rnMiMvr,
.,!- nvay Vew v, orli Apii I31il,
A dividend of Two Hollsrs per shur" h
been de ir d op the fap'tal .-look of Ihls.
C.iiupin, p.ivutl- tin o 1 13'' to stock
holders of recrg ut i hi i Into of buetuesst
Mav 31 i''i
A I on, puitile.it i.t ti repaid to paj
lner'. or ' hance cf ai Ires? rh,,'ild be senrj
to the lit, 1er.cre.1 , v lo'er 'ban June I,
lPli, '.ri'lP I i lir.M.Hlti)' .-e.retary
Wheat:
I Jill J . ..
berimier..
Corn:
Mar
Julv
Oils:
Mar
J .ilv
Pork:
Miv
Julv
I.urd:
Mar ..
Julv ,
1 Hih.
: M.n . ...
Jul)
Ki.K.rrioNS ami mi:i:tinjs,
. I
New - a p-i' ti'tv lata
Till. AS'Nl M MPKTINr, tip TUP. TO0K.
IIOI.IIPIP !' THP NKW VOIIK Mt'TUAD
OAr- I.I'.H' 'HMPANV for the election ol
liirfelors f" i ensiutir seir will be held al
Hie office "f III Cnmriiiir No 113 East l!lh
hi on Ttienliy Ihe 51b dm of Mar. 1518, st
noon Transfer books close at 3 P M on 11.4)
11 tia.v of Ma. 13. a.td ,,uPCh h. .3 7.
on the 10th day of Mar til
CKO W I'ARKHPRST. Secretary.
COTTONSEED OIL.
4'
43,
73 .
33 is".
13 V.
i: .-
13 70
13.7a
7
7'
4.'.
43,
:i io
rrsfsi
I31'
18 3
1.' 'I"
13 0J
77
4.
s
33 S
13 63
I V vt.
i; 7a
77'v,
77
4's
43',
54 00
73 il
'3 10
13 13
New York wheat price w .
Mai .,
4l'l
43',
.'3 7.1
t:r
13 71
1
1. "
I'loslus
.... i:i
Th un . rtone vv-tts rtronc dtirlnc the ,
tlon. alth '.i,:h the msrkrl ill 1 not make,
any declJt.1 response to Ihe ate stronrth
In lard Then na occasional buylns sat
oil roi tract for bouthern bull Interest,
.-oni" o' the lame rentiers are very bullish
on tlie list ilue to Ihe Ineres.ed coneumtu
Hon of . mpoiinJ lard and to th ranaaal
.of foeiu'i inquiries for cotton oil Tenders.
yist rdty ntnotnto,1 iu 100 barrels.
! Prav
Cloes,
111.1
l",s
10.1(1
1 1.0s!
ejitil .
M iv
.lull
M p'
I Ccl
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