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FRESH PEACE TALK
SENDS COTTON UP
T'hihI Spring Crop Compliiiiits
Also Figure In the
News.
TKXTILK TRADE GOOD
r iiifn nmili further i-how of
tin igtli xeMrnl.iy by mukliiR u tmildcn
otr rwcM inlxunrei ntid clobltiR Ht a net
p.i it of U to 13 points. Cable wore
fironi?. 1'ilxatei Hrtvlcn from Liverpool
rjprrtMil th opinion Hint even If the
N( Ynrl niHrlitt ahoil!d decline It
nmil.l f I ml very little response In I.lver-
P .m l.nc isli iilnnrn were tierumltiit
itc over the iiui-stlon of Kiipplles
n-,, fiaicl ilirtlcullle-t of Importation,
on-iiK I" Hie K'arclty of frelnhts.
The movltiK JiiipuUe of the buy ins,
iacxr, came t-hlefly from pence talk.
It flu. i Til l.irsely by the Amsterdam
i, p. t.'ii xtutliiK that the t'.cinmn reply
wuilil loiit.iln a reitict for mediation
bj the UniUil Htiitcs In return for the
cfutiilrmnienl of the present -.ubimirlno
meir "Is- T market woe In n mood
to y.w full credence to theso minors,
and fomo very heavy buying took place
In the early part of the afternoon. One
broker alone bought about 6,000 balCH.
i .ucountN continue to bo rather
unfavorable, nllhoiuth this may be due
n ilir i-rrlMir complaints which always
i-on f i)in the South. OcorBlu advices
i.i.i. tli.it thc-e la some complaint of
mjui.k t ''ton dying, while cool ixc:ithor
a:" toipcd tho growth of tho tlrst
plan (iik Alabama advices my that on
ii. ir t of tho Kill weevil the Hcre.iK-i
nl.l be t educed In the Tuscaloosa fee
t on and the use of fertilizers will be
una ' w'r from tho northern pait
i.' M fi.-.'pt said that rains over that
t-rrt u;i had retarded crop pronrefs nnd
tlia the weather continued too cold.
A n're from Memphis said that the re
port of the National (llnnris Association
roltdfd to on increase of 10 ier cent.
In aoreaife and a reduction of 11 per
ctr.t In tho use of fertlllrers.
Itrp'irtH fioin the textile trade nrex ex
tremely optimistic. Tin president of nn
.Vatanu yarn mill ays business could
rot be letter. -Ho added that there xxus
an enormous demand for yarn at prices;
yfeldir.s the largest .profits In the history
cf the trade.
New Orlvam leports a. big demand for
Hots.
Market c!oed steady.
Open-lllih'l-ow. Clou- PreT.
In? est est Inc. close
fT .. iW US ISM 134X 115 M I! mi 12 M
j.iir i. i5s K35 i::.nt:s' i:.!xft:.s:
rvtebr i:v. i: : i: 41 1: cin: to i: nn i: ti
rw fn'er i:7 i:7 nit i:titss t:niii2
,tnjirj i:ti i: w i2itM:52 1: ii:n
'li-eh l.V) 13 M 12 MOJ'rJlSM i:3?12M
TV lo.al market tor spot cotton na nulet.
'5 points advame: nilildltn-r irflo Southern
:-it market ai officially reporled xvere un-irmi.-ed
12 to 'J. points advance New Orleans,
Galveston. lfTOc: Sivaiiuah IS'.c :
Memphis. 12 37c; Autuita. 12 1'; Houston,
life
.Sew Orleans market eloped steady
Open High-Lou-. Pin. Prer
inr est est ln. close
MlT 1214 12.13 1212 12 2iBI5Sfl 12.07 112 0?
Mr 1. 'V7 12i.2 12 12.l'llJ 41 12:-il(l!27
briber '22't 12 .V2 12 SO 12 4Jrj 12 M 12 "xtfi: f3
P e-ubrr J4 '24 12 42 12 Clul2t.2 123J.II2 4
J a.ry 2J 12.70 12.12 12tOill2.71 12.I6B12 4?
he I.lverroo! nisrket opelieil qidet There
a fair rui!nes, !n rot oinn itb inul
din unchained si .17rt. Palei. fin bain:
rrtipl lS.Oi) biilee, litelmllnj 10,(mo Amen-
Open- nish- Low- Cln. Tree.
Inr ft et tiw foe.
MrJuti.. . 7 M 7.521J 7 K'.'i 7,lla 7
Jaij-A-.J .. 7lj7.7 7nli :,!, 7
f I..Nor .... 7 it 711'j 74 7 l 7 01
Jin IVb M 7 M 7 '.7 7 7
The 11 A. M bl1 In Liverpool were: May,
tll : July. 12.4le ;. October. 12 Me Januiry,
" Tlie market thrre a due to open to.
if 4 to 9 point advance.
Port r"celptt and tocUa:
Re I.jt I.jfl
celpU year. PtncUi. ysar.
R4'.Tf,on 3.772 H.712 2f4.HH SK. hV,
N .;,ni. 4.044 t.7l SOl.wil ;?i t"
M .ie K3 27 V.7 21 -i-.t
5rvmiili 1 2 "4 H2.:4 12 !
hrllon . 1 f.M r.17 f.7.2.'4
"llmlnclntl 74 1.342 HK 47.132
N'jrf.iX Vin 1.73 94.107 70.M3
THE- STJN, FRIDAY, MAY 6, 1918.
JAPAN GETS PLATES
HERE FOR NEW SHIPS
THE GRAIN MARKETS.
Turns lo This rnun(r.v
rnuso DpIIvpHps In Kng
I" lid Ar? Slow.
Ito-
G0881P OF WAIL STREET.
fmvr nml n.ink l.onns.
IVrson, wi..,ui; (., p, 11S
tl X ."' , ",nk lo",u "lock would
'"Teetnl by tho Himoimceniont of
u f ,'? ViK0 '" Europe found ,.
leid.iv that their bunkers were sceklm;
a ldcr iiiarBln that In the past on what
in.') would lend on theso Issues. The
lo ks on which bankeri were ullllm: to
dtiihcH Die least on their market valiiei
T. ? "'nra,ly t,,e ""-called war order
stocks. This Is about the first time that
peace rumors havo plajcd an Important
part in the acceptance of these stocks
as collateral for loans. Heretofore
bankers have shown a disposition to bo
cautious rexardlnif tho amounts ad
vanced oti the war order stooks because
they thought that tbxu u.r -Mil,,,. ,..
Ill Hit or llOCIllse of thn l.nun... f It, I. Hrn R,H1 belllC tliado bv rnm,.Mn ...i.l.
country's rolalloiis with other Powers. 1 tl,l",r fommemal projects In view to llu,ro Wi"' ""Tlclcnt Nervousness over
It Is not believed that bankers were dls- I ','t,", Pfhes that will make It possible ' ! " t'"1"'""''"" Issue and Its po-slbill-posed
to see any preat element of truth I ? "L'tln ork during the summer l" ' lI,ccl utidue speculation In any
In the numerous peace reports that ero , m. of ,hu fabricators arc much exer- u.',.u'r
current yeMerday, but the fact that : f, , ovcr t,ln Protection of prices on! . PV'I'neo of very favorable
peculators were Inclined to sell tho war ! "" ""'"Inl for favored bulldlnn In- ?i 1,r ro,"l1'l"", In the American
stocks on the merest rumor of peace 1 Jf""-"'. wlilln fabricating shops under orl"'ft ""d tho prospect of a con
negotiations and the ease with which ' 0 bcst of PlrctnstunccN me unable to "ln".llt"11 of 8"o.l se-dlm; weather had
these Issues -old off did eonlderahle to Jlec,,', Prices on plain matniiii that will mllL '? 'lo wl"' ""' downward ten
tindermlno their position as collateral : PKcted heyon.! sixty davs or three ' ;,e"e' of "heat values. Tho trade seemed
for bank loans. 1 "'"nths. Iteccntly two local nrol..eu I ln 14 mood t0 nttach a great dent nf lm-
I which havo been li.m.i,. i.. ' ' Portance to this rhancn In ilm i...iii, or.
I for a year, were, closed nt prices which Ht.,louf!1 clrai' l'"ndltlous were Impera-
-uii j. -ar . -iKii. ,ll such miolatlons :": . ' ""aeas or mo .-orin
11
HrttU In Wheat llrnrlah Poll t ten I
ml t'rnp Advices.
The Undermining of wheat values was
Kimluul ji'sterdaj, prices boltiK persist
ently lowered after a fcatuiclrsM open
Ihb. There sei'ined to be less colitldenco
In the list, and bear forces wero more
nKirrosslvo than has been the ci.su of
late. Fewer crop complaints ciine to
hand, thus automatically depriving the
market of outside support, while thu
tenor of the real new-n factors of thn
day was conducive to lower quotations.
i ai amount in me news despatches were
tho ef
Interest In fabrics. ,t ........ . .
Work Is tirilnlv ccnlr.l in i ... 1 the cables from Amatenltim m
mnnufacturlni? plants In alUectlons: but I fcc! 0,0 ""inmi Oovcrniiient was
notwithstamllni; tho hlRli prices prevail. 1 ncllne(l '" ,(mcl' I"-lltr '" l
iiiR for plain Mriietural material efforts '!" contrurrsy with the Clovciiuiieut of
ontractors. with 1 19 suited htntes. At the s.uno time
Thp Wme Prntilrm
Tho present IdKh scale of wnses
..!H in i- . 'i Kb scale of wnKes Is have now iien eliminated, nnd tlieru Is M',rn tHuatlon was emphaslitd by
.. . Wf:rr-V,,nf ltie liendo of many Axed time mlt on all tenders ma(l,, on V,'f ,k'""a"''",M fro'' " .Vrfiu.itr..i
,.u " ."V,ulrlM ""'m-fnles that have bulldlnB work. Sub" y "onstn ictlon Mi"er' .(o ,h" frfar 1111,1 conservatives
Zr. Z . "rf " Wnr ':r,,"s- Tl'" om r'R'r'' -llfferently from orll
CITS Of tiles rnllltmli a t.nnli.i.ln,. .. . ...... . . rl"""r' rom urea ,lcri, I.. il. !.. .,.- .....
.,. ,, ... .. ' " . "ii.trui;ilfM1, OUl even tsnrtrr ''"""l" inn .'III
to reallzo that he "cream Is off tho war ' on subway construction hereafter win ""M"1' ' ,"rln"el area In the Ca
nnier contracts" In so far ns this rountry
o i.incrrnen nnti Hint, while many mil
lions of dollars In new orders may bo
i""" "rre ny ine neiiiKerents. they will
not he dealt out with so lnvlsh n hand
be confined within nariowor time limits. ; Z " I 'Vim!:' '"St. . . .,:x,r:-tc'! " . ta
The contract for 330 tons of fabricated ' "ft"''"'1'.'.'1 lllu crfivl ' the ""feanon
structural steel, to be useil In lh sit I . .. . .
noi ne neau out with so lnvlsh n hand ! Jerome parochial tchool nnd convent Ini .rf V,'. i'.n mK o!""".f enport hu.
cr,"e ?beV.r,",abl0 '".T- '-i?'",,li,ly" h" uwnrded'ti MHU,i"" " , .''Jnl C!In ,bar .,,l:i
h, In t, i i"" "re Ketll,,R ""lr OWn k,cn,,,roV "Ids submitted on the ''h. l"'riimc nt I...I .l",t e"mpl",r.l th.
iiii-ri inrir neeiis. r.w, mi- n m ni i nif lo bo con. i.i ... i"i hi not icr
In ho meantime, many Industtinl com- Mructed at the corner of Komi stree A ants ar. 1wlV.?..,i'. ""r""' mr
tin nln. l,,,.- .in,.. n.. .. i . :m:i .t..i.i... . ... 11 street ;". Ppw cxpscleil in ioiv inon
. .. ."luiiuiriiy or invoi- I i.ii'icn nine wcro o IiIkIi as i"trei
untnrllv ralseil want's to lh,. Mrl.n.t dl.icounico biiil,!(t.L. ,. n,i. tdtlrss
scale that has ever been paid at their Project rocs ahead at all eonrrei'e nther I ril."ni'i',"t. ,7,r.ru::' beeou.e of the knowl.
Plants. They nre now confronted with 't. sled will he tucd The 7Z?J, ,.c. ihVai" n,' , ?,'.''' .V,r.k' r' "t
tne extremely difficult problem of read- J'arshall fonstriictlon (Tomp.uiy will 'n,'v, !" tok neutraiiae tli Inflfiinee
jiii-unK wnpes to meet tne ilecllnlnR """'en --.iii tons of steel kr tho hlrb '"""i'"iiy nuiiiin now crop tit
ui inn miniuimiy nu I Hi now iron
scalo In iironi. Xm n.,u. n.i. i " school to h. t...-...i T. Uii!'n ' North Amnlca.
mormons nun In . 1. . Me. Harris? Kiii..r. ' ti'.i ' ... .?.v WiW' SL .'h.
u.,iiiH .emu prnnis, espeeinny rnr " lul i'ie contract for l.ono
those manufacturers who have exhausted ',,ins of 'alirlcatnl steel for the Kltz
the supplies of raw materia! that were ' ii!,y Hulldlmr, to be constructed
i.uunru nuriiiir mo rerioii or low prices
slid depression follow im- tllA nntlir.Mi1
of the war.
Strletly Confidential.
'A few davs turn one nt mi. filnii,
In the rlnaii. i.il district came up to nn.
and told mn hi the strictest confidence
mill uisiiiiers fc,.urltles was
r"j " uiviiiciHi ui tne rate or 6 per
cent, per annum nt the next meetlne of
urn noara or uircctors," said an In
vestor yesterday. "I was considerably
Impressed with the news and becan turn
Ine It over In my mind to decide whether
I should take advantage of the tip or
not. A day or two later the s'lini'
tip was Riven to mi by nt least a dnreti
other of my friends, each one nssiirlrK
mo that he had' It In the strictest eon
tldence. I finally cot so nceutome,l to
having this 'strictly confidential' Infor
mation thrust upon nie tint 1 expected
to see It placarded on the quoftlon
boards of the brokerage houses and even
on the sIkii posts at the street corners."
lIl.nflQ M fAr matt Tl... Ill,,
In Hie Nn'rthct I. partly sceoimtci for
!iir uwi). or isrnirM in 11,1.1- Thn
miiwiursirm moviniMit i Mlinul normal,
s i I evi lenity the KrernLilif a li lee. from
that M'.'flnn have nnt slurttierl l.rm.n
A few Insect lomptsltiti receiied durln
Hank Itnll.li.il- . . , r "" re niinoui iiiateriai bear
viins.ruciea at i ins- in in. niarset.
t.recnsburs, Pa., covers 400 tons of 1 .Corn Th- tno.lerals d.eHn.s r
raoricnted shapes, wh.1i will be fur. '"eel 10 the sympathetic effect of th
nt Hroadway and Twonty-flrst street.
Tho eontract for the Westmoreland
t.l-lied by the Aiutr.,..,, Uridir,. rom. '.."..,:n'....7L
puny. It Is understood that the steel Hon of tie ).,; f,
re t. t.in.
Very favorable ether
oer a nM sec.
Hll.sil tiinre ee lea.
inre wni no export demand
1a t, mre:!n ruarxrts were
untr nffsrlnirs were ,n m
continue nn ,1 rir rln, conslderliic the
activity of fir"lr In til fir 1. The farm
movement ti lihtly In evcen ef that of
year
uau rner ere uneonflnned reportn
vi m rm.ip eriiieineni navinx eeen made
rmfldenee j contract for the Greenwich Trust Com- I ll'iuidatlou
Finns 10 i-.niy I'uinimi!. i.reenwlcli. Conn., will ;
1 .. . 110 nne ueen
submitted on .loft tops of fabricated
Heel for a machlno shop to be con
structed nt JCew Hrunswlck, .V. J., for
the Simple Automobile Company. It
is roporteu tnat tho Helmont Hrld;e en 800,000 huilioK of ciilcafo May oat.,
lompany will fabricate several hun- 1 ''he general murket was eaaler, Jue to
ureii ions or siecl for nn ndditlon to ',oro e crop reporis. nsuge eiiinr ami
.,,lI!...rl.:,.m..r.t!'J . "nPooll-naml Com. . nV.TM,. VV x' ,:i"rt
I..... e. 111 .1 1 p"uii tk. J I lie Klein I'rou.lens -The p.ace rumor and the
..iwiu ai'nrimeni ounninc, to tin 1 niKner nc marai caussi sunt new hish
constructed at Seventy.. e.-ond street nnd level' thmiiEh the provlslun llt There
Madison uvetiue. Is st.U before the fab. "'I'V1'10" 0" bul
Flmle.ee AW t... . . 1 '"'
i... ii.ii in structural
shape- are required, lllds have been
submitted on 3.000 toni of structural
steel lor tlie vatliitis
Whs fair.
cnicait'i prlre.;
Infnor receipts and stocks:
AiruH
"!mrhts
' Louis
Hn ..ton
r.e.
celpt'
ll
Last
yejir.
I.Ml
4 S2J
4.31
Olle.l.
Kslimated port
re eipt to das.
. v) to j.r.i.1
I Too lo 5.500
Stocks
Il5.ti7
134.3i7
13,40",
93. no
Last
week,
n.r.33
l.37
T.ast
ear
Ut.7tt
137.H7
39.742
T.ait
year
3.3t;
Total
i-t. ycterday were 10.34 bale.
ti ti,,. .e...ou. 1,'.3,942 bale Total last
5on j:i .pi Piles
BUSINESS TROUBLES.
llankniptey rellllom.
JtOllMts IHM"..s roMPANV A petlllon
i v ipt i,i l.,en filed against
1 ne.l ti 1 1 ex Oitrow and Joseph
P " c nuAlnesa ns the Norman
D-e . i. .. pt(v iitHuufaA-tiirera of dre.sea
s - i.'f. e sireet, by these creditors:
y In Wi- :i2; lrvlnir Cohen, I12i.
a' I IfitrMiai A Pobel. Its. Alex us
ir w ntu tu.ide an asslirnment to Henry
S. ",.r l.aa.- Krledinan nnd Joseph Jo-
. also iiia.le nn asslKnment to gam
1' H In mm: uck The busims was
.Hrl.i e veir ,ltn.
n':' , IP'.hllM t.N -A petition In bank
' 'v his n filed aealnst Harry
H.rr i,,,, ,je.er In ulnes nnd Iliuors
1 li''ire.. direct, hy the.e ireditor:
I ' a . I If. rornlnr & ro.
" ani M 1- lirifnci JI01 I.ta
.,r(. l 1 .. rtn, 11. .els 11.000.
it' I I HATHOrtNi:. A netllion
s P' . h.ie been filed arulnet
1 k I Hailiorne, rroter ut 413
-(: tpst. by th'.e creditor"!
' rei. hi A; Sons. 1150; fiforire K.
JJ i Co. tne.. I40, and U. C.
V ' .1 At Co t236 He made an as.
1 nn Ve,lie,day Uabllltles are
and u-S"ll $1,000.
Ilaukriipley Hcbedules.
n.M.I. PAPKR MANVPACTnn-
"MI'VSV. INC.. nf "1 Purlc lln
M N' J., has filed echedules
" tiw li,tl.d IK'.pnr) and assets
I b i ns of stock, l,.'.00j ma
U'Msi. lucounts, II.3UJ. and
' ink Jioi
' ' 11 A co. manufacturers of women's
' ft ' liieeclter street, h ive tiled
r hiwlnir lUbllttlss I1H,(HI2 and
. -nibl.iliii; of stoik, I0.37S;
'1. ii neri, 7 Hi.", accounts, If.aSs, and
"a " .M, ciHHiirnntST HUPPI.Y coji.
' 'I '.f ,ir, West IS.'.th street has Itled
He , e, show .lie liabilities H.ilHT and
" IJ 1:11 1 insisting nf tock. fnoo,
- t.'t'ii a iiiuiiis. 1 1,0x5, 4J,d vaah
' k. I4H
AM II VAN WAOr.VKN. cmcer and
ik ii Xew l-.ilis, has tiled ichedulei
n .i. 'tab inles tl.:i:K arid mtli 7o,
' k and linuree ovred by chattel
K IZ.
KHiii p. 1,1'itAr.H, dealer In hard
' " e' .itl3 Tlllrd avenue, has Hied
" - li .vims llablllUfs ,32:i and
' P in, rcillzed frnm sale of stock
- tlv -e, hy the ustdente.
Kiielters Appointed,
"o'tl'lf I .M VtKltUNN-.ludce Maver ha
1 t)ld t'hlneit. Leiiliison receiver for
I Malljrunn, Imiclier of r,41 Co- I
si 1
IloH'k Islnnd.
The activity and strength of the Chl
c.iEO, Rook Island and "a.-itlc I per
cent, refundlni; Iwmds on tho Stock JZx
chanco veiterday were such as to cx-
clto coniment .u to whether the protvc-'
live committee ror that pnrtlcul.ir o'ass
of Kjck Island security did not havo
some plan under way for the rehabili
tation of tho property. The total trans
actions In the refunding -Is yesterdav
w ere the heav lest for several days. They
sold as hlpli as 70 "i. n new top price
for the year. The low on thrse brnds
for I ft 1 6 was S3. It w,i tecalled
In the tlnaii. :al district ye-torday that
certain prominent banking Interests had
alwas contended that the property
could be teoiRiiniiid only throiiRh fs"e
bondx. Moreover, t'le protective com.
nilttte for the r.-fundlnir ts recently ap
plied for a fore Insure of the mortsaKe.
but this im h id up by tin1 court pend
Init t!i. outronm of the Am Hr plan. If
tho Anister pl.n Is not dei lariil effec-
tlvo tij May 1 and the chances that
It will be are said to bo Men ler It Is
undeistond that It Is pr.dnb,. that the
lef undine i per cent, bondholder will
icticw their plea for a foreclosure and
that If It Is not granted by the court
the Chicago, Itnck Island and Pncitte
C per cent, debenture bond Interests will
come forward with a plan of their own
for reorganization.
f'nppcr Iteiinrl..
The reports of tho 1't.ih and f'hlno
copper companies for the March quar
ter, which made their appearance yes
terday. were to a certain eMent disap
pointing. This was dun to the fHcl
that the two companies did not show ns
large Increases in net profits for the
March quarter over the December. 1913,
quarter as they did for the latter over
the t-Vptcmber, 1515, quarter, l.:uu I -1
ember the quarterly teport of the I'tah
Copper Company showed total net prof
Its of $0,919,203, ns compared vlth
H, 414,51 for the September quarter
For tho March quarter the total net
profits of Utah were 17,079, S30, nn In
rreaso of but f 1 60,627 ovcr the Decem
ber figures'. The same story was told
by Chlno, though tho figures were some
what smaller. Moreover, tho milling '
protlts for tho March, J916, quarter for
Utah and chlnu were basnl 011 copper
selling at better than Jti cents per luund
Against buiwu ii .0 nnd 21 cents for the
December, 1913. quarter, a fact which
caused expectation of larger earnings
for tiio March quarter than were im
ported. The total production of copper
ny notii -companies was considerably
lower, however, due probably to the In
creased difficulty of mining during the
extreme winter months. Utah produced
only 36,561,533 pounds of copper during
the .March quarter, P".ilnst 44,2:t,715
pounds In tho Docep er quarter. whll
Chlno's production was 16,567.150
pounds, against 19 560,245 pounds. These
llgures would I' Jicato why tho Increase
In earnings f r March ovcr December
vva such s io bo considered somewhat
dlsappolntl!., Incldentnlly, the turn
over III "Ditto 011 tho Stock Kxrhangu
yesterday was tho smallest In several
weeks, only 200 shares changlnc hands,
at a loss of i of n point.
Whcvt:
Mae
July
September.
Corn
Mar
Jul)
nuiiiiinc em. 1
braced wlthlif the projertlle plant of the
Itevere Sugar Iteflnlmr Comnanv. but n.i 1
decision has U.en rendered, ftlds sub- I
...i...a 1.....I .1. ........ ....
,t.i, iv. ...ui .11 1'liuceiH are saiu to 1 oils
urt.ii UI-.-H rcicrretj to jioston lay
I July .
Glbbs A 11.11, enirlneeis it charge of I M''"r,
the electrification or tin- Pennsylvania 1 j'"' "
It.illroad, aio Diullng dilllcultv In se- I.'ard
curing bids on transmission pole. The
Inqulrv recnliy put out calls for PH
tons of steel only, but, no two poles
nr alike mid tlie work is considered
undesirable by the fabrhatlng shops.
Other Inqulrlm for transmission poles
and towers for Ilsstern delivery call for
about, 2.000 tons. Some similar Inquir
ies oro being made on the Pacific coast.
April Bniik lOiobtiUBei.
Tho volume of payinoiitB through the
hanks, us reflected In cleurlng home
trans-actions, was tho largost over re
ported for April, according to Dun's re
port on bank exchanges. This Is an In
dication of tho unprecedented business
uctlvlty In ovbry part of the country.
Total exchnnges. according to statistics
compiled for 131 lending cities of the
1
wnin- Liabilities exceed Ifi.o'oo I'nltcd Ktntes, aggregated 119.21 1.097..
1. nre tn.-.H ,! ,n,.i. .m..I.u I.. tP.l .... 1. 1, ...... . i.S MO J n.. .
are 1950 and some enultv ln
rtdle
Ru''t VAlcnN -Judte Maer h' ap.
' 1 s. llon.ird Iinln receiver for
I Aarm rluthlnr denier at 70
1 tl l m , trill,
T11 ( i.nllniie lliulnnw.
i vtTcn ,vr in ciis'T KTnittss. inc
1 c Muver ha. aiithorlied John ft.
'o.pp.rj, ,jr, receiver of lim Unlled 5
J1 1 '0 f'tnl Stores. Inc. (Delawnre cor.
"'on, of id, ja,t Nineteenth street,
' nmue business for thirty days. He
' retelie.) an olTer to purchase the
" of !hf lompany, which operated
tor., j Wllinhigiun, Pel., and Wash.
iBlteti, I) c
As.lmmriit.
u "A,!',i Itrocer at tl I'srmlne street,
nun"" "" d"ls"ment ,0 Morris Oross-
I'ftltlon Itlsmlssed.
Ma1" ',' "JIPANV JiidBe Hand has .11.
.. 1 . ,h" l"""nn In hanaruptey Hied
" 1 oruary vi uiuln.l tlie Jardlu Com.
iMiidlng rontraemr. of 4 Klfih
' wlili h as uiilinmr theatre in
" " "ii seitlnneiit wh rredlmrs
'ills nn the dollir cash on litis.
r"" ml t'neral me'rhandlie claims
.'. s. ..!'."' 11,1 mechanln lieu
l.tslilllites were about 141,000,
eh
061, all Increase of 28,4 per cent., lis
compared with the corresponding month
In 1915, Hlid a gain of 29.6 per cent,
over the fourth month of J9H. These
R.-.lr.n nre even more tmpreHslvn when It
Jh considered that tho past month In
cluded 0110 business day less than
April. 191S, or April, 1914.
COTTONSEED OH.
There wus relative strenrth In the tinar
ponltloni esterday In reflection of the fair
t iiriHUinlmr trade and absencu of pressure
In spot nil circles. Attention wae given to
an udtunce In tho lard market, some do.
Ilwries teaching now high levels. The
sharp advance Pi the cotton market aim
1 iiused iiiiiitneiit. but the weather coinll
Hons through Ills Kniiih were Kenrrally
fuMtrable for the planting operations.
Prev,
Closing close
Price-. Idda.
Spot 10. 3 11.05 in. in
.May 10 DStelt.OA 10.73
July 11.1 Ml 11.17 11. (17
September ll.KiWlt.tr 11,01
October 10.14Wlf.ll 19.01
No decl'lon has yet b-n rendered in
recard to thn contracts for the Long
1st md Hospital and the Kmus County
Hospital. Hld on the steel work were
submitted K'uil weeks ago.
It If estimated .nat about 750 tons of
steel will be tequired for the pier to be
erected In HrnokP n for the Hush Ter
minal. The (le .rce Kellogg structural
Steel Company l.i- liken an order for
150 tons of fal'i. .itlng slupes fur a
theatre and st' r" o bo constructed at
Clean, N. V. Sm 'h A Caffery havo been
awarded a contract for 300 tons of struc
tural shapes for an agricultural college
for the Syracuse lrilveitty. The Will
lam' Hrldge Compai j will fabrlcito the
fctrel shapea require I for a foundry for
tho Syracuse M.ilb able Iron Works.
.
Japanese shtpp'ng inteiests. after
scouring thH ciiMtiv for steel to bo used
lor Japanese boats, have finally uc
ceeded In securing several thousand tons
of marine plates at Chicago and on the
Pacific co.tt. an 1 have also purchased
several thousand tuns of angles and other
trie tural shapes and rivets at Cleve
land. Tho steel for tills ship construction
was orlclnal'y obtained In Kneinnd, but
slow deliveries have c.iued thn Japanese
to tutu to this country fur assistance,
In the central West nnd far Vet
there lire several structural contracts
pending, Including 3.000 tons for a de
partment store nt Toledo, l.r.nO tons for
repair shops nt Jackson, Mich., for the
Michigan Central ltallroad 200 tons for
tho power hoiiso for the city of IVis
Angeles, several hundred tons. f..r trms-
m'sson towers for tlie I'nltcd SMtes
I'.oMtiiMiint to bo constructed at Key
pnrt, Uasli. , 300 toiiH for n. highway
bridge in M "!elo enmity. Pal . and i'.op
Puis for 11 bridge in California for the
Northern Klectilc Company.
e
The Southern Hallway Is to build 1,600
cars nt the I.no!r Cne Works, which
will irqmro 10.000 loi-i of steel. The
Hurlli trton Is tcpoiled to have placed
an ori. for 300 ear centre sills and
Is In 'he .i.irket for 300 ton of chan
nels t"r car const! notion The Hock
Island is still In the market for 300
centre sills nnd the Illinois Central Is
taking bills on 3u0 wooden slock cars
The Ualtlmoro nnd Ohio has plared an
other small hrblpe older, squiring '.'no
tons of structural hhipi h, with the Amer
ican Hrldge Company.
m" m
Thn Hrler 11111 Siecl Company has not
jet asked fabricators for halsj on 5,000
Ions of htiuctuval steel. Tills mateilnl, it
Is understood, will ho icquiitd for plant
extension at Voungstown, (Uilo The
American Hridgo Coiiipany will furnish
1,425 tons of striiclural steel for the
Westliighoiiso lllgji School Tho same
fabricators will also furnish -I.OOi) tons
of pteel for tho Stutter Hotel lo ho con
strurted at St. I.ouls.
e e
Stocks of pig Iron carried on furnace
banks by pig lion pioduccrs 1 (presented
In tho H.istirn Association were ngalu
reduced slightly last mniilh Most of
tho furnaces lire also sold to capacity
for many months. They me consequently
In n position to look with equanimity
upon the smaller order fur pig Iron be
ing placed hy coiisiiincia In tho east
ern territory. Another inquiry was put
out yesterday for 6O11 tons of foundry
Iron for delivery lit Corning, N. V.
lCxport business continues to Increase
In volume and several large contracts are
still pending for F'ml.flnlshed steel, while
the demand for fully finished Is Inereas
lug rather than otherwise.
Mar..
Jule
Uib:
Mv
July ...
lt',
116s.
411,
IJ IS
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12 oj
1: VI
12 IS 12 17 12 0 12. '2
New York wheat prices ere
May
THE PHILADELPHIA MARKET,
t'lo.inr
P1III. VDKI.PIIIl M it I IVnimlvaiili
11.11. rnvi h,i , 1 it 1111 tne npeninj ptue at
tne cone j"u jie pina l.ie.inc at :;i, 1141
also 1 on iuiinp.111 iimioiit whs unchan.'eii
an.i ionnp4ii .11111111; u.i a .mill I'-t,,.;
lower ponds were in fur denund Tlie mm
niary:
oprii- If tarli- lyw. do.
Sales in.'
0 Amer Rv. pf ''
:.. Haltaio A Sue pf .1
t Cambria Iron . 4
4 In. Co N A . . 2.'1
ft Keystone Tel pf t
I" I.ehi.'l Nil f.
:l!llfll Vslk 7-i
12-r l.eh V! Trim pf t
"'.) Penn It H ;
1-0 1'enll "ill MfiT IC'S p.a,
: P. nn Meel f . !u
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13 I'll liv. Imp . ":,
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f. . W,.,t N V A. I 1 . 12
WcjtmoreJ.md CI .
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fA.l t'elill Con 4ljs ...iH'S
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rii I'hila Klee 4s .. M.
hi 1'hlli Kle fis 1011,
icvvi Heading ten 4s 3
iro I'n Hv Inv ts .. Tl
&"i York Il 1st fs M
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THE BALTDI0RE MARKET.
ItAI.TIMOIIK Mar 4 Tlie Cosdm shares
Mere lei., acne nl cln.ed :il fractional
los.is Oklahoma Fti,ll''"ifi c!d at 7 and t"t
Honils fiiitlnued 111 fair ditnaiid. The sum
mary. Open Itlth' I.ow. (in.
Sales li'j e-i est. inr.
S Arundel s A n . ;v, a,
1 llilin Tube id ''j ' 1
s Conlllienlal Tru-t Is',
1 Con Power 1.'t pm,
1 Cnn I'nwii til . . 10. Ks
tc Cu 1(11 JtelllUOff .. J'
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Ifvi; lull.
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DAILY FINANCIAL CALENDAR.
r.x nivuiPAP.
Company and Term. Mk Ami
American Hallway, rpiartsrly. pfd l;c;,
Hoston P.leidloi, iiuui terly. . . , - t;r
Pow Chemical, special oom 30".
llnMto Cotton Mills, quarterly pfd II 10
National Carbon, quarlerlj . . . pfd !;'.
JUordA Pulp and Paper, lultlal. com H
:?i Co. ten i) x ii " '
1'7 Ciimlcn O .. (! pf I'-. 4,
lioliivl.on Cb'iiilcal fuj M,
-l Vldeltly A Hep 1SI 1SI
M M irilacd c.i.'inliy j-ij
M M .M It ml. . . . 2s 2
37 Sit Ver C II . Il'-j ll'i
Ml Ver ' t) Of . M 14
:i Cikla Pennine 7 7
15 Mile 11 ink of Md 2l K
4-. HtUted Hy A Wee 27'4 27'i
OND
?1 Il.ilto Ivtec .'. . ill;
COClly llllto Is 'ft. TJlj
li.l Cltv llllto 51.S 'JO 111,
SM file II Tin I. 'd
1ft"! Cltv Hallo Is "d 1""
1m Cons (jus Ci. PI
n.iil t o.iieu l'. I.
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131
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M 91
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p." Pllllinrll Kle r.e lent, 1nn I'll';
! Fun CU.br Tr ts 1aoi l"'i,
lono lia faro Nor f-e Wl
' Hun. Oil ill v ctfs 12
4'W .1 Turner 1st IV M
4'ssi Knoxvill" Trv 1"5'
!' I.inchbi- V H '3S w.ij
7fii Maril in l Mice f. 'is',
lOi.i M A M Trans fs tai
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AIR TUBES FOR BROKERS' USE.
Slock
Kiehnnice Oa nadder If ere
Plan to Time.
The Htoek Kxehanira Ii eontlderlng a
plan for I lie Installation of a pneumatic
lubo system to connect all of the trail
ItiK posts. A further Improvement un
der discussion Is the addition of four
now posts. This would mtiko a lotal
of twenty posts on tha floor.
The pneumatic, tube system connect
ing nil of the posts will necessitate the
raising of tho Moor level several Inches.
There Is eonsldernhle In the tibm. na II
would enahlo a broker to keep In touch !
wun tno (liffereut markets and obtain
quotations without leaving the pott
where he may be tradlnir when his of
fice asks It I tit for different quotation!.
A governor of the exchungo said yes
terday that In order to make room for
the new posts It might be found neces
sary to move the bond trader to a new
location on the floor.
In regard to BilVHiiclnr the onenlnr
ofc the market one hour during the atim
mer months, It was said yesterday that
such a plan would probably not secure
more than two votes If plared beforo
the hoarl of governors.
THE SUGAR MARKET.
THE PITTSBURG MARKET.
PlTTSIIUfta, May 4 -American Window
ilaj .Machine was I point loner, closing at
'I1. llarbiioii-Walker was up :i point nu
sales of 5u snare. Puie i"i'l nnd V."n.
house Kleclric wic fractionally lourr Trad
tug was in small volume, Tho summary:
Open- llluh. .n Clot.
Sales. Illf el rt Inr
473 Am w c,i Meh.... :.r, f.s r.4 5411
10 Am W 01 Meb riMum, ta.u i.iu nsi.
I" .in iif.n 1 iir .,. 10 1
75 Columbia (las 11', 1-,
310 Ilurh-Walker SI ts
23 Indent Ilrew. . ,, 3, 3,
4.'. Indent Ilrew pf... 17' j 17',
12r. La Dells IAS.,, n
Wl I.nne hlnr Cm. .. M 91
71 Mfrs I. A II . . 41, 41;
lo Nat Fireproof s
m Nat Kueproof pf p;t, hjt,
i.. iinio r uei uu. ... I7H 171,
40 Plilsburg foal
317 Pure Oil 20
f.O II S fila.s z'i
o Wedliuh A n ,:in,
S-A Westlnth Eke r.js.
HONDH.
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Haw l.eaa Act Ire neflned ttroiiff
Pntnrea Ke Check.
...T1'.' "n.'rket for raw suiar was less sidlse
svhile there were rumor, of more op less
business they pu ked eonitrniatlnn, allhnurh
hern ss partial eniitirmatlnn that 10.)0
lias of tubas had Is-cii nurclisvd hy Ineii
rellll'l, ill iJ(. ,.t jm frf,,l,t (,,, Jl,,
siilpmeiil and a similar amount at nV. (0r
June rlut.meni Offerlncs sisre Unlit and
holders iiere deculidly firm In their viss.
The reivnl biiilnz niovenient, linsiever. was
thiiutht In bale nlieird tlie sttuitlon to
some extent ntbn renulrements fnr Hie time
belnc
Ths maskst lor refined aumr a very
stronr and prl. e. ere advanced to 7 50 to
t ..c for fine irrai.iiliiled There eie rumors
er a lood expmt ilcmaml and sales sre
jylil to I tieen msde at 6 e. fob New
lorU for fair iiuaiilltles
The nnrkel for suiar futures a less
T.m . ' ,,'', amnitnllnc to I0.7..0 bass
"lule the undertone a tlrm Ions, were dit
posed to take profits. Tills chrvked the up.
ard moienient and final nuoiaiuiii. ere
1 point loner In J point higher, Mth tlie
exeepilnu of January nhieh .bowed an ad
vance nf points Peace rumors .erird to
check bujlnir and offset the slreuttU In the
;p" posiunii ami in rennet sjar. I'rlces
follow :
May
June
July
Aiirusl ,.
Seplemlter...
Odober
No ember...
Pecrniber..
Januiry
KehruarT....,
March
April
Open. Hlch' I nw.
my. esi et
r. M
f l
f, 4
t?0
S72
6 87
f 'I
S 'hi
f.70
S.I I
Ml
r. t
ti a.-.
H.70
70
tl
1 1
4 74
17
4 75
f. M
4 74
Clo. Prer.
Inr. close,
usinr, n n.M
T. C.1I7S s
f avtt s7
t 7rr!i f.i
f. BMiS 70
6 'ifis tia
r. ins is
s I'n3 17
4 7314 7V
4 UilU',
4 Mfl4.S5
4 Mffl K
THE BOSTON MARKET.
American fine deellne.1 a point. Copper
'i Point. Sln'iwl! 1. North Unite i, a
S Snieltirs ', Rill shares were ttea
TIOTON, Mis I - Prices w.re ,,Sn ra-
srttonsry n H,e mlnlic siiare. market
lunra
and V
small trill, actions I'nlte.4 lSrnll w.. .ten
early, s.lHnr tin to jm Later It d'c!lne,1 to
V', .'d":'1 K,p' Machinery ruled steady
Atlintte Gulf rrrf.rret was , tnwsr, nnd te
common was uncharted on the day The
Ins
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f'1 Adrettture
'AluUi
I7S0 Alironiah
"27 Am Zine
li Anaconda .. . .
fri rls Com
loo Ptitte & n.lak...
f' Hutle A Sup .,
127 ('il A trlrnna.
a Cal A HeeU .
so Centennial
7-' Conner Jtanje ,
2 Iialr.Vfe.t . ...
20 Ka-t Hutte
' Orinl'l
llimock
P" Indnni
.1 Mini Cre( rf
- Isle IoaIe.
Mr- Krr Lake
II.'. ICewe naw
1 Il.c .
1M Main Vdler .
i'1 sti,. con . '
o Muni . .
oc' Mietiiean
'T Mob ink
!'' New Vrc
10 New Idrn .. ..
1' Nq i-slnr . .
ta Nnrlh Untie .,
3" North Lake ....
'. ni I Colonr
2 "Id Horn .. ..
10 n.. enls
y Pond Crefk
J ' O' .n.y
" "v . ..
' s'.ir.t.i Fe ...
P '-tuirtj-.tt
jo soulh r.ilic . .
P south Pi ih rf
M Marr.
77il Miperlor .4. Ilns.
ri'-'i T-m ira k .
.".4". Ttmiiv
Tnoiumr.e
33'.! 1' s smeller . ,
m V S 5tnelier pf
ro Ctah At ix . . ..
2"' Ptali Metals
V ..In-i i .
Vi lona
JO' IVj andot . . -
' HAir.nOAPs
s nn.tnii ,t Albany ,jii
47 Ito.ion Kiev. . .. n
7r PiLHin A f.owelLJS
107 Hoston siaine.. t'L
3 Ho. ton A Pror ;3;t,
.'0 no.tnn S. Wore pf 41
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ROYAL HUNGARIAN 5 TREASURY NOTES
TAX EXEMPT
DUE OCTOBER 1st 1918
The total amount of 150 million MARK was purchnded by tho IcadlnR
Hanks and IJankers In Germany from tho Itoynl HunRarlnn (lovornmcnt.
Wc offer subjort to rhangc In price these
5 GOVERNMENT TREASURY NOTES
at $187.50 per 1000 Mark and accrued interest
A return to the normal rate of exchange prior to the maturity of (he
Treasury Note", would yield a profit of about $50 on each 1000 Mark.
7IHMERMANH & FORSHAY
KMahllthcd 1872
Members of the New York Stock Exchange
9 and 11 WALL STREET NEW YORK
Chicago. Burlington
I & Qulncy R. R. Co.
' WANTED FOR SINKING FUND
CB.&Q. Nebraska Extension
Four Per Cent. Bonds
The Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton Railway Company
Iti:OHCiAM.ATIO.V.
To tlnMrrn nf Flnt enil tle'nnillni Morle A"c AO.Vear (iohl llondlot Tliet'lnrlnnatt,
Hamilton nnd lujlun ltall' Compan) :
lloMrra nf urh (irneral Mnrlge I i llenrle. ilue mm. of the same ramptnr Hi
lute not lrel lireu tolil to the IteorKanlcatlon .J.inagersl and
Holders of Mill Mortgage T 40-Year t.ohl lluilds of Die I'lqua and Trof nranrli
Itallruail Ciitnpnil) I
ConsitWnbly more than a malority cf the :ilv)ve hones' and of The Cin
cinnati, Dayton and Ironton Railroad Company l-irst Mnrtsace 5 l-'ifty-Ye.ir
Cold Bonds having been deposited, the Renrj;.iniz ition AViniKers have this day
declared operative the Plan and Agreement of Reorganization of The Cincinnati.
Hamilton and Dayton Railway Company, dated l ebrtiary is, i')i6. In order
to afford to holders cf the above bonds wlio hae not so far deposited, an oppor
tunity to participate in the benefits of the Plan, th" time for receiving deposits
s hereby extended until the close of business on MAY 15, 1916.
Dated, New York. April 7, 1016.
KUHN, LOEB & CO.,
IteorganUatlou .Mjii.iiera.
lirPtlMTAHIES.
For First anil Ttefnnrilni; Mortgage flnnd of
The l.lnrlnnall, Hamilton ulitl IU)tili llallwar Cnmpanri
BANKI'ltM 'lltl'ST rilMPANT,
II Wall Mreet. .e lurk.
For ienral Mortgage tlonrt.. one imi, of
The Clin Iniiiill, lliiiiillliii' mid Has Ion R.illwaT Cnmpinri
t A It AM Y TIH'Mr rMI'ANY IF NEW YtlllK.
110 HroailHa), .New lork.
Far Flrtt Mortgage llnnda nf
The I'liina mid 1ro llranrh ltallroad Companri
mi; i.ot'n aiii.h TitrsT rnni'tNT or m:w tork,
.'I Mull Mr-el. Nrn l.uU.
The Cincinnati, Dayton and Ironton Railroad Company
To Holders nf First Mortgage .sJ .Vi-trnr i.ohl llnmls of the nlmie Comii.tn
In onler to arTont to holders of the alviv tmnds who hsve nnf s-i lir rffposltet unlef thi
. i ..r,.inl, ,re-'Tieni linieii jenusrj i.'l ' ,i. eriieuui.i, nil ninmriiinil Wl psrilclltti'" ill ill's
Inr I J'eneflM ol ihe IMinnncl Aceemeni ol Kt.-rirsi 'a'lon ol The C'lr -Intntl, llsmllton and lisvton
; ianay i ompsn lsto Februy is, line, iiiii.'ti has heen ileelire.! jperniive ny tne lleor.
' garliailnu Managers, notice a hereby irlieu Ilia' tht tlinu lo. reivivltw ileislta 11 txtendal
nam uit cioet) or ousmits on ma 1 la. nun.
Dated. New York. April 7. 1011
At VIN v. Kltl rll. rtialnnan.
riiriir.itit'K 11. miii-man.
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( "nirnllta.
liav Rno.snr.a;. prcRKTAUY.
87 Wall street. New York.
THE EQriTAni.K TltfST COMPANY ol' NF.W YORK. KKPOHITAIIY,
37 Yoll etroet. New York.
RAILROAD EARNINGS.
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HOSTON. M.AY 4 Th. 1le.in
hid iii!. asked quotations follow. "0,'n
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Th fhl'Siro. Purllniton nnd rjulney
Railroad repsrts to Ih- Interstate 1 jmi
merce Commission for March:
l?li 'llHI'Ce..
Total epr. rev.. ie ;nn
T0t.1l ep.r. p . S.I5: 'IS tne
Oper, Income.. . 3.:s3.:s Ine
from .inly li
Total oper. rev..77.41 l Ine
Total opr. exp.. 45.14: 4T Ine
Or'r. Income.... :33;o9 Ino
WAI1ASH.
Tha Wabiish Itallrend report to the In
tfrtnta Commene rominUrlon f"r Marh:
131 r-hanires
Tomi oper rev funs' 111 ine. j;?n.":
Tnpll ppr expen jn silT Ine J03.S91
Oper. Income.... 9.11.317 Ilia. 13.54
From July 1
Total oper. rev,.i:t .it Inc U.01,:j
T.'tal cper aspen. 1T.'4T.7S1 tne. fll.OTS
uper. income. .. 7..it.iv. mo, i,v)j.jz
Mipyorm i'.rinc
The Mls.nurl PietH- Itall-vav r'porti to
tho Interitata Commtrce c'omtnl-slon for
March:
I'll Chancs.
:.t.T'.534 tne lslT.31
: 1 "0, - r l me
t",tl Ine
311. 311
1.717. 16
7.:01,T?1
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d.4.0
SI I 17
Total op.r rav
Total oper aspen
Oper. Ineomo
From July 1:
Totll o).er rei "3 ST i!S Ire. II SS3 IIS
To'nl oper expen. 1174SI7 Inc. l.M.Ull
oper liiLomo.... I.5l,0li Inc 340,33:
MISSOl'HI. KANSAS AND TITXAH
The Missouri, Kun is end Tex. Lines
report to the Inttratuta Commerce romrila
ton fur March.
l?l Chunc
Total oper. rev ,73i,Oso riee IM,3a
Total oner expen 2, 33.1. '04 Ine r3.1,41i3
Oper. income.. . " ii3 Dec. 701. 791
from Jul)' t:
Total oper. rev 34 ftV'lt Po, 11,17 14
Total oper esprit. 13,!,!M Ine. 1 735.5HS
Oper. Income.. . 4,101.966 !) J, 079. 401
nni.AWAKr. anu Hfiiros-
Tha Delaware mid lludton fompanv
rallrna.1 department reports to th" Inter-
tat Commerce Commissi. m for March
19H ClinnKee
Total oper. rev.. :,03S,34 Ine 1.'(,737
Total oper. ep. . 1,507.634 Ino 3.5.S37
Optr. Inoome .. 4ilk,45o Dec. :01.33
from July tl
TU1 uper. rev. .$!9.!5S,S1 Inc. K. 4in 8 17
Total oner esp.. 11, '94,131 Inc. 733.17B
Oper. Incntna... 6,173,433 Inc. 1,SC.:S1
URN VER AND ItIO ORANDK
Tlia Dfiivrr and Itln Oranda IMItroad
Company reporta for March !
inn mtfi
ll,9i.fo.i t..s7:ioir,
fiJS 907 451, SOS
M5.017 S39.30H
?37 sss zth rsn
307 39S :5.i,0
CUSTOMS DECISIONS.
VMVenMnJu 'I1" Tr"".1 h
Con,i1VrByrti'.Vrti.
$294,410
J. 11 lliiiirireil Hml Mnrtv.four TtiimaaiBd
;e';"r,i. """To'r T' "7552
JmLi !'. . ,ir I'urch.iso for MMtlng
.5,"f,.,'-.,m;..;n,eNr,i: kiwis.
,1.,''''. '.'..J'ro,' i'a ,0 aald Donda. In
lor.. ,1 'r.i.,i.ii I. nf r., II. 11. ehrk
l i " "", I'-n.!.." will t " r-ct Vd b, Th?
iZl- , ' 'r'""'1 " "inpuny. Tru.leJ.. 13s
.1? lli1;' ih' .'ili'.?10"' 5 Tl nri
-lVe,.,,,,',1':1,Mil1!rtl;",;r;rJ ",d
rerilHe'r'1 b."n'u "ccnmpanleil hf
riHIeA Mail' "!!"',, "7""lre.l hr lh
In. ii.."'"'" V.""" rrn Ulhnia corM--wm
.'.T"""1 Inleresl In ,l. nf par
for t' .h. ba.lelli.r-d to and paid
neti.L ih "''Ifaito. lliirllnBton and Qulncy
lloititn t " ' '." ,,m''- "iilldln
IJ. II. O'CONNOR,
Mo-ton. May 1, Ian. C.ahltr.
ivi,.'l,lv'Ll'"s" I'ninitir or
7',,;A.i:itY;1,RiVi,,iv.L,Tt,,t-"'
I irst .llnrtgiigi. nn. I ( niuieral Tnut
.... . . 4'iihl II11111U.
r.J.1' h'r,,v 'hat Handera Truat
roinpiny, corporate TruHee under Ihe riril
Vin Vi"'"' n,f '""rnailonal As lrullural Cor
porn l..n. ,1-ted May I. 131-, lo lunkerg
Tiu.i tumpuny 1,11,1 frank N II, cloa. a
. ',1'V.IV . "r!n.f. ,h." ri"1 Mnrtgaga and
I V 'rHi 1n.'" I 'va I'er Cent Twenty-Yanr
m ,h."f e' ""'I ,,on'1' nf 'aid Int. ma-
r, .1! , 1 i,,,uri,,t orporntlnn.villl purchas
lor the elnklnc fund, I.on.l, Imued under said
mortirace. to un iijnount um. lent in eihautt
hoiv heid l.y i,jd oorporjie Trustee In wld
h..e!rj. '".I'1' forporute Truatea
herebv Imltee s..,i!ed offers to h ailhtnlttail
",nr haforn 1.' o'clock noon May le,
IMS. at It, nri. .. w ,r,ft, MR,a,'n
h - I ".r, V"y' for ln' "a1 't t auch
uhiih' ?"rl'"V ? i" n1"1"' "'h offfra.
uhlch orters .hnll he fnr all or .1 ny part of
!' 1" "pnftti, provide I, however, that
no orr.rs b. nrcrpted whl,-ii .hall ba for
a mm m ex'-e,, f n hundred and threa
per .entiim .to sen ef the principal nmnunt
ornnh hnnds. nn I nrenid t.iterct Notices
or 1 "eptunr e i.f orrera wl l he mulled on or
Uf re Mm- 17th, 191, to fi- makera of
"on Iheienf ns ere accepted, at tha id.
.lie..., drstsniiei ,y them, reepactlvaly.
I'eiuery if l.nnds a . epted. tilth all un
' "l'.irr.l eniipors nlln.-lied. should be mad
. in. oti n of siild corporntr Trnetee on or
'i jl !' c '' M M',v ,";-
"111 II dRts interent nn u. i epte,l honda will
.. . . r,.ir. ur i.iirv nerisinns re.
ou're lint Tedernl Income Tax- mvnershln
rnhtlflriltAd aa . . . . . u . m . .
. . . . H nunMini m e-rruei interfat
must accompany nucli li-ud nhan ora
tentcJ for psiment
ii.Mti:its nirT rinip.WT.
H. r. t,iioN. .i:rn'utr T",,"
D.ted May 5d. 1VU,-B'
cuirAtio. sm M t ui:i; ivn sr. rArr;
R.IIAVs. i ompanv!
Tour IV r I ent. r.nhl llninl. of IMS.
..i'il'-a Is hen hi si n iiui th. outitand.
Inp ifmr-rirj r-D'C K-j, Mi w, ik.e nd PI.
Ps'il 1(h iihv Cnmpanv Tour Per 'ent OoM
llonds of j'.JS upnn -heir presentation and
.'irten Lr lit he nH'-e of ihe ITnl-ed .Slate.
Mor'sjus anl TriiM i'n npjnv iTrust Da.
pa-ttieiti. are now tiri-mtnh e for tha
de-in"i londj of .aid l.'i with coupnna
thereon due June 1, 191?, and lubirquant
hr re'o at'rfcbe 1
t NITKD -.TATRfi siORTO.MiK ,i TRUST CO.
r-!.Vni!T ItlifUM-n Vi. --Pr.nldeiit
ciiifAori vii.wvf i:i:i: -r. paui.
IIVII.WW COMPANY.
f It fl:HRY Vlci- President
MMIlKSlm AND INTKIIKflT.
The International Nickel Co.
Common Stock Dividend
Tota.1 oper rav,
Oper Incoma...
Total Income..
Net Income....
Surplus
from July 1 :
Total oper rev
oper. Income..
Total Income..
Net Income. . . .
Surplui
NAMIVIM.l
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. H.TfiSOJiS
. 1,07: Ml
. :,7I7,7I
. :,&::.4M
Th
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l- "in rf?
I.T-7 lit
6 .' M 1 1
O'.'.t-V.
771. :
CHATTANOOtJA AND ST
IlUIh.
sjs.h-4lle Chattsnooca and St.
Italia ay Comp.inv reports for Mircti:
I91S Cliancr-.
11,150 01 Ipe KM 7SI
1.93 101 Inc. JO'.inj
f09,7J Inc. 09.47S
Opr svenues
Oper xpinrta
Oper income. .
1oiii July 1.
Oper. revenues
Opar. expenses
Oper. Income,.
19 ISO 3X3 Ir.c 11,19' r,i.i
7.04f. 3S5 Inc. 115 0l
K,19ii.'7 Inc. l.OxS.'ig
"SOO '
Tha Minneapolis. SI I '.ml and Fault .ate
Marl lUllway Comp.mv report fur M in h:
ii.ns.mi
73J.J2T
Total opar, rev
Oper. Incoma,
from July 1:
Total oper. rev. . 117,(1.17. 31
Oper. Income . . 7,310,094
Chlcurn Dlvlalon:
Total opt, rav. . ,i:T,SM
Oper. Income 191 4r.
from July Ii
Total or'r rev.. IM'J.iihii
Opir, ocim,,.. ,:.,;
191
I1..H i,:?
li: 317
II I 09 JSs
l,79i ''.1
S 0 . e ,-, r.
.7 333
IT.TiCS 991
IIKAOP.D AP.Tlfl.F.S-The Amoncin Be.d
Companv won l.'forr the Uoird nf fulled
Sl.ttf i.rt i a .; ril.cr. je.'crlay In .1
rU. nlM- ii, 11iiri-l .IKill'lu: the c's1fllS
l.on ivd-r the tl tl set nl 19 1 ni h i:r bin is
an I li i r i-rrmiente i-ompo.e.1 of csi-'on nt
t.r.r "--..nn. -ited s it li t.o,tt, t'(e Ih..i.1s niti
tlt l'lli.- 'I e KMlinoient mal.rl' of rhiet
vslje D'Hv nns taxed tl the Collei-tor al
Ihe ro. . r.i t.i-r oBt ml iloim lltll.r
pHrstrsph " tariff act oi ::.1S The boarl
llnila lh it d'llv -hou'd hair l-ren ,i9iscd .it
the rsi ol but to pi t cent aj xalorcm, under
rara.raph T33
l-I'.l' s n ali in. i undo on the foreicn
mark.' i rue of nlk '.int. one,! n re trom
J int. He. M.nlic- in A l"o of shal c'l.u Chln i.
a'i'nrd'n. to a i irp-i-.i-mi i.t .w -ion l-sni. !
'":i e.r.'iv ti ,l"d;e l...i: i. ih.. Il.,rd
)( (.. i eral Aiuramrr Thu .1. iiinti re i.i
"N ..'..ii pr"",ee tsjalm;. ."' : 1 m.-.h, -o.
entire.! it 3:..' a.lvsim.1 to M 1
1 tilted -nie. d')"sr (o IS piece. P.u-ktn;
.Vc tnclufie! 1-., N D el ar;e
dollar " Tlte-e iiu. urre rxporte, irom
n.r.lui on NoifmVr 'i and er.und at tlui
port tei I)iwnih-r .'1, 1'i'S
pnivrrw. iurx-ii,r.i . i-..u- o.....
eril t irii..r li-in.'ei tnnii lom.r 1
da.i in iii".ortnnt .in I ununis; v im ri .tin
r. .iptr.il. inert ie. iuon alhrnim a.vane
n -i . i.. i t ic fore ,-.i in.irl.it ai-,:ei ot ortam I
pr'n! pe I'lf.e. .ninon.'l lie... I.. it., sr......
hliho lie,. Cnmpinv iron iior'te Mann .t
to Of IeCds KniiUlnl Tllee pre!.s Wf'e
epont trmn K'..,iim1 from Juno .4, mi, to
V . i-,J?:' :'.1'' ""f't i tin port from
Jiliv . '914 to .line -'. 19'..'. "Th. tnerctnn tt.e
i;i il"-'- icjpr.i.srnier.t." nle the bo-ird.
,s.n...t, ni pni.iin.- mi.hlr.es The aime
s im-ouv.i at the -t pr.i-e I ... .1 in,
por i-ut It us. sppral.-el nt the ti.t price
I.., ,.i re- i'.t Th. t.si.m. n illIov., m
Hip cou try n exHirtalnui iim m.u nines n-c
old " i io ii,. i, n ihr i. ;, ,
net- o. i "io importers cl.Umtnj that eurh
kales nr.. not iin,rral trMiaKtlona Tlie
temiiii.iiy euatalni the t.ct thit In the
onliiury otir.e of Irv'.o hut a Mule machine
s sold at a time, thst tho i!e i. made io
inn u-er. and files are not made in Knelanl
to di'ii.n iliMefore tho mini quir.tliv in
,',,,,",',;! r.W ureo of tralo 1 a iu:W
Alter revleiilnr considerable tctlmony s.
to liei",..r tbo .oxpi.it pr..v or -he hum,, in-,,
kei pi ' h imi, iroirn, n, i,e,.P1 Ar,.,,.,,,.
ere i '. nn ui.it tho rin!in.v hos ihitl
, " ' ',' ',' noire i r .,iml ly, and t , ,i
PeiPi. mi i be i.-t pi-,hj Ii'., il i,.r ,,
in 1'ie Hb. n.v n( .li e o'her M iv pf lt p.
II al lii. me the "huie..i!o innrkrt at whi.'li
uc!i llii'ri-liin.ll.e . r..i- .tf,re.l lor eale
to .i,l Piirilia.-re." it (rrrnl lu in ihe tmil
?'.'. The aili'.li..x. a, ma,!,, hy jUlj
Useber ii hi. ;li are now affirm.,! hv the an
peal hoard nl three llenersl Ai.prsi.er. read
a follons: tf ind i-row-n t. color rniarv
iirr.rt machine, complete enterisl at I! 4.V
!, "1 ir ivnt and ii, per c 'it A.'d'ex
port p-ioliinir Is. nri'i.'i' tn port an! p . i
'I'li-s lie ippr.llsed at (l.lfrt ler. 10 p. r ie ,
plu r.i'hin; Doub'e iiemr provit .
inmiiii ini'h'ne compi.ti. rvii.., i
l"s 33 1 8 per is'lll Imponer mid. t '( -.(
!i'ipi'rned at ('TI. 1 . M i.,.r . n , p,.
tnc'iiii- Kxtra quail ilnnv mo e ,'or roia-y
off .ei t!tlirz-n.tili- prinl'-itf nu hiw , ,vn
t'li'le. tuvm.-eil .11 ('TO. leu" .1-. 3 per ecu
Ileatipr.n.eil at .i".i ;i t,rr
Piek'ni- And .loilKr ro.nl," Tp (Inxern
ment'a mle nl III ni. u i. han I e. bv Le
land Wood, pei-ja! I'mied St ile, aitomey
IlinnONI -Oeneril Aiprnr Howell ren
drcd i reipp il'"iii'iit de i.inn )i..irrdiv
sunMerably a.lvan, ihi In-.-Un ni irlte"'
x allies of ribbon h,pped here bv It Sax 'is
of SI l;tl'iine. fr mi,' The de.ii.1nn ri.ul.-
'TU'COS Ol IS mater, Ill.l'-U mou...llie Xel
vet pit ::i 'o p. ir. lm.-ne., fnnp-i1 at
1fiS. .i4i.snrd to II fnn.-s mt pie.,'- ilill.i
No til rr. llffii.'s enteri'd at l -.X ai'v-niced lit
10 fri" s per luce. No xs. t.x llrtu-e. a-rtered
at 17."- .ntv-iti I'd n 1x fr.inee tier piece
lion 41 i-r is-ui Il'.eoupi. 'xi per rent '
per cm and s t"'r is hi I'.ickttu and easel
I'n 1'ldi'd " Tlf.e r.bbon. ll.re ex'ioite.t
Man-h :. and rmercd nt Ibis port on March
1 li'a
I'I'I.P IIO Mill lu i reinprilsemeui ,
c .i.in ul rend.-red lloird 1 fulled Mai..
I.cn r-il ipr I'.er. nfr'nn. an mix fin,'. iu.,,b
Mi ,1 re em ile.'l.'Mii by Judge f'S.'lier on Ibe
Inn .1 I" "-Let vi'ue ul pulp bosrd shi'ine1
i (l.di'.'mi. N V bv .1 t II.iii.'i ot
ii'fi'i i Canada Tbc Sndinja rf the uncle
fie'i-iii Xi.prn-er nn .ilfirmei! bv tl,,, ,,
nei! b.xi ! ol Hires rjf-ni.r.1 Apnril.ers rei
is ni)in "'u''i boir.l In toll, pel pirn'
11 'r I le.i e dnred hut not irnterproof
'i'ere. at f " 71 u ton T.e rti.cn'int cm.
mil" on. fro, shi and duty Ile.'iptir.H.eii
!"1 M -i 1 sn nrl "
K illxld-rt o' If 01 re- i ,.n i'i coin
men etork haa b'en d" I ire 1 t , ,iax, s.ax.
" i li hollers
' ' ' I i" M iy U.
nb'e .' II
o' re or 1
!''.
Max- I 191,
JAMES L. ASHLEY.
. s r 1 1 is r j A treasurer.
Tin: in 1 1 run K i iixipanv
lluilerbl. IIiiIIiIIiii:
Sx- i i. ' u Mai lr I 131'
The Ib.ir.l rf I' . f -I. . V,..,r,n,,.
ha -111- lav de a-- 1 a I'll!, I nf ...ven.
ix -i n- - t ,t . -e - ,
iipnal Ji .i.'-',u, ' t(r . , ,
l . ' 'u . ' k1 , . t i
I'th. f'ls. at 'hr.. ..II
C II W'l.tirit
tin thai
- i'n Jun
I on May
i. irer
KI.ITCIIOSN AMI MClvriNOS.
Vea- V . n Xp." i.. tit.
TIIK sNN1-t. MEKTINr, nf TI1K TOCK.
HOI.IiKhS OK TIIK SEW YORK MfTIIar.
i.s I I'.IIT CiiMI'ANY for tie r'ectton ol
It-e I ri t..r the ma n jnr xxill be held al
tie oflee the I o'np-inv No 'ij Ka.l Hth
Si on T ie.div the 9'h diy ot Mar, uu. a
noon Trsn.lrr books -o,e al 1 1' .M on Ih
1st riiv nf Miv 1' anu rropcu at 19 A. M.
on lh lnib .'iv ol Mai- ml
flfO v I'MIKII'MtsT s-cretary
I'KOI'Us IJ,,
TirE METAIS MARKET.
rnpper Mronur Tin I'lrill- l.rni!
nml Sprllrr null.
Cnni.ee m rlronr Ivn nl.-s nr i, n-lln.il In
stlisl! bile nil .bill" Ic .lissillut. nh.le f w
exporl sale, hn-e been mad.. t,ie tlim . time
Seisin I binds iniuiuie lo .li.i.'o i.rn.l.i. 1 1
ori, e. i.c , but allri.-t ri b ii i- Tim 1. 1, i -"li.,-
n lisilu'er ( n- clii ll.Iili' ai - .v
Inr X.n - i,i' (nr June c f r I i ... ,
lor Allfu1 " lor Sen'. -ml r .-, . ,
Oi-lnbcr nri-ir'l Sc. u i
'e.. Hlid lit hl hha ie j. u , - ' ' 1 i t.
tor i.ir.l xcl'-rliv net. o. i '. .,, p.,
ll P'bnitrv u(rr c I ui. . ,;,tl , r.
-If .11. of foi". - tsip'irr b n 1 -en l.v
Hie Mlipot-is in n,e .oiip.pi. dl
SKAI.KD HIDH ss in b. re eliert by th
ILiari of r supp'y ut Us omen.
teir ' . on I tl.ior. Munlrlia II H,dlr,
l-iirk It "X- l entre ind ChaJnbers Streets!
Neil H i ' .ii. U' tl II A M. nn Tuesday.
Maj 1', ll'i'. f .r .- .ritraet j 47. for furnlih.
ItK mi l '".'a! Inc pilot cnnn.etlone,
il, ."it'll if nil n.l eppurlenanea
fir r intrni ir riser vaivex in the .halt
nf the r.'y rmitirl of thu Catfcklll Aoue.
ilu-t In Sew Yorl. city.
At the nb'.ie plai-e nnd time the bid
xxt ! b puKnlv opened and read. Pamph
let. i tiiinii.K Indirn.ttb.n 'or I lddera and
cci ,1-,,'iirr, ion be -Tried et th
atove nl In-.,, it the o-Tl e of tbs !erre
tarx. Ii ep,.,fni! the .' i of ten dul'ar
li;i i tn xash oi lis .rj.'inint for each.
pelt phie' f f'irlher par'.l are apply
to ."1 .! ! I'rm.-i-. , Afi.tant Kn
k'tiieer n- -' e al. aidrr-
II U1 fs STi: xi President,
H X 1-1 ITS V rllipit U-K.
i -ns- r 1 1 v t vys
Comni'.. o of the Purl of Va'er 'Tupply.
ornitiif f KATUKRs MM:, Seiretary.
Pt:i-.l'u.t.s fnit M-ee' ltelnforcJnr
Tlsr. -te.r,e1 proi.o.rs v -e rerelxed at
th'. .flu. 'f tli il'iiei-.i , a- , - ns C'rilcr,
Par. 1 ua t'ani' --l.i .n D l ,
mill 1 1 30 X M Mai 1 ' it xxhleh,
tine II ey will I" opened Im .1 '.- ! r fur
T ' -1 1 ' n IT th" Ibive iii.. ,t articles,
liaik-. anl neneril Infor o . pin relatlne la
ih! . !- it '40i -ii i I. ov. lined from
tb's '1! m .- !' n:" u -Is AFllstant.
l r,' -'if Atct. ) s- vrre.l. N
Y.i.-I. 4" 'v and I Whl- i n-ral aiulld.
Int.- V a li--- I41 ; '.' f 'o the l
It. I. - r 'I,... i a te pbli. Pa.-
I I .-j !'.- I ' '"! xin.ii , chlcarix. Ill
fi. 1 mi' ,i . n- 1 M"l "e A'a Ksrl I.
llroixn. Ml' r l'rps o' l-Tniflneore, 11. fl,
li.-n.ri' 1'ne l-i. '-ic i -I'.er
i.i:ii.i. Miiicr.i.
I.ITCHFIKI.Tl
-D. IU M. Cat-
SI'lTltlOIt ruriiT,
COl NTY. Ap-I! .'" 1011
d. 1 i J .i oh 1. 'i1 tick
rpon fe i-omp,nln' of Iie'is M. raj.
d'ik p--i nu f.ir reisonx lh, lein for
illi.iri-i? i i.'l a elrmco of , nam,-. ng'V pend
Inn In 1 - cour'. It Is til'er.d,
Tl ' i db e nf th. p. n let y nf title in.
ttin 1' ptit'U imM ili.f. nilnllt by tlie petl
t tn"' i ei'i.tt'i- this tioil.-e lu b- putillsnoil
tn Mi N.w Y"lk s hi n e ( i, h ueek for
t w i rii-.iilxe iveel.. b-rlituirf on or be.
f.ne prli 5i"b lain Hi . i ier of i-nijri
Wll P. AT' IN K I 'iiUli i-'erk
per I 1 .1
rt-iiitaril I. in. I it and Atnrri'-an eirctrolytln
ui .-bin.' 1
Tin vi i- mill but rj'lb'l Ii. r. j. critic Spot
is h iri'o an I ountaplii m l..,.:,' far oft
Iiiliiri's me li.tar bi'c-i.i,. i.l t!e luriher
.idiaili-o nf M 1 m lli. s ii.-aporn market
Sale nl lill.'.l hnic1 s.i i ,i it ii .v.n-
ces.'ini i I 1 in I .e in . s ruts laindnn
x,ki uiii'li.Hi'fed je.icrdii li.ierrst lortheino
incnl I. ti llw -i il sii'-il pus i. ni. The xie
Ibl.. Hli''x It llie t'l.-e i I pr I ,s 19 TS
loll' b li. ' I'"' l.irrr ll.n al the Closa
nl xiar.'ii ii , 1 ' I ton, trcn.'r than on th
i .oil spniiil M. in !ai xi ir !.''ierles Into
mcii an t-iiiiki;iiiitl(in i-.i cc .liniiarj- 1 bare
Ine-, T '. '.ir,-i-r llisn l,i-t i.'ir. while
Kill"!" Hi il'-'Hi-ri'-e havi I'if-n x.fTJl lope lena.
.'iiiuinis limn tlie Mrine I. air been 1,171
Inn- I 1 1 .' i I hill iluniii. to i-nrre.pondJnc
i eenl 1 i-l x- i ' A't-ivil at I lilted blate
i-it . ii.ri. " : i ilns ii, Sim- i, ant eir.c
X! 1 1 1 ' 1 lull" if l'. I
i. i' i ' , ' but -u 'i serbrdiy at
. '. v "li aid .'i ''. ITan ,st,
i .-ii . i i i i M x ft ii June -.hipm.nl
I ii . ii . i- ' "uer .ii I i.uic,, but pot
v . ' . ' . ' ,
s" nil.'.' i. I e.i-y nt 111, J
' i ", ier M ir if, Sliy.
1 i t .1 i i i t' , i'fi,a
i ' i . ' .ii t . ' Ir . I jmdoq
ua au' Ii Hitci
tu on.- jotciOiy. vidh1

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