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THE SUN, WEDNESDAY,, JUNE 7, 1916. PLAN NOW TO UNITE BIG AERO CONCERNS Steps for SHO.OOO.OOO Monrci of Wi'iirM mid Curtiss Coutpitnics. THE GRAIN MARKETS. Mnch Pinner Time In WIimI More Spec-illation Corn Firm. The marking up of wheat values yes tordny was accomplished without a great deal of opposition, and It was clear that sentiment had iindetgone " change. EXPLAINS RESERVE COLLECTION PLAN THE BOSTON MARKET. BOSTON, June . Increased disbursement, In Chlno. Utah Consolidated. Kay Conanll dated and Nevada Consolidated had tin effri-1 i upon the aharca. Prices generally moved liar i ruwly, American Zinc ami llutle and Superior pre strong, each calnlnir about 2 points . t'nlted Stales Smelters wn, artlic and hUher Allantle, Unit and Weil Indira u nettle and There ,w,s a disposition noted In some ' fiov. Strotlff of Fcrlcrfll ttnilk J n.'oZKh .VVilnVtZ. CALL MONEY TOUCHES I NEWSPAPERS CALLED 1 PER CENT. SUDDENLY ON TO SAVE MOTORISTS Tolls How Checks Will Be Handled. WILL END LO.VH of the Important speculative iiuartert to purchase, when (untr.iels, with the CPMIlIt III-,, nptni. .... II.. l ....... I....... ...... in 11U llllt'll rilillltlll . tlally. The market displayed a strong tone from the otiltot Trading was re- 1 Mimed nt Chicago after a three days nit-i-rnit-r J'our"mo",1 a"'1 lh"t market was quick to n... ntr . v.rrvm . - , 1- Kill P "s'umo tlio lend In citiibllshlni; hlRher ' Ql ICR PA 1 MENT AT PAR uo:nuons. There was a period of un- 'certainty at the outset, when the trade Negations are now going on which Lor Klncr" and KnfJ. but n " C,rCUUr to,t" Mrnta ,0 ,h" may result within a few weeks In the due telling ptossure developed. j cashiers of the banks In tht Federal Re- consolidation of the Wiight Company ' A very weak imrket was reported at ' serve system In his district, nenjamln and the Curtlrs Aeroplane Company, the ' frnm'Tto "a bu.hi" B Authorities!". ' titrorg' Jr" IwvernoT Federal ne two leading aeroplane nnd aeroplane , oYnwOVfr'lgiiTr'a serve Dank of New York, explains how motor manufacturing concerns In this f.t Knllh po'nta'andoYiIe'effe" om"m the par collection of checks will be done country. If the merger Is effected It will ; ''"""'thit''"'!". were ul'ys-th h ,he twelve re,era Rerve Banks, put on end to the lone lltlRutlon of these ,"hor'" this side, even though their bcglnnlnr on July IS, 1916. companies over patents. ' 5?eT"un0rcSoMMhbh". for''' "'he' "No member bank Is required to use It was learned In the financial district 1 construed' a, lbm 0here"lifhttl"1,,re"ut the co,1(,ctlon 'tem, nor are nny for yesterday that the representatives of basis of about 80c per hushe nn'n tramp malltles or resolutions required beforo the two companies have been going over' pare, with 4o'e. recently ami a rite of " mny be U8f" Mr- Blronir. i. .. British aov.rnm.ni i -,,,-, .. a?,... ..i. lection throuarh tha Federal H.rv ?.. ." t,r,"mt' "turners to confine .ill- uan, recularlv occaalonallv or not at legs to English port,., an that freight n'e ,, 'W," occasionally or not at to England are lower, while to ottir ports n" or mn collect them through present they are t..p. Th rai trom New Vork correspondents or In any other manner 11..' '"eh. Mediterranean i.olnt. flgur.x considered ndvantaa-eous. nunui jur. a uu.n.i lor wh.it . v.. " i " ' . , t -rue chanc.d feellne In n.. ulniv. m,.,. n iimu urwn on mtrnotr oans t the securities, properties nnd general ' Jl! 7 (.-.rJUi iT ,bu,h'1, ,ron,1 Ajuentlna member bank may send Items for col- ...... . .t.. .l- "."" m. ....... ., v . -"tw ui hue vuiiwcuia wiin iiie view qi flndlnR n b-isls upon which an exchange, of stock cinld bo effected. U was ulso said that the capltallza tlon of tha new compnny, If oritanlzed, WOllld 111. Ill thft ni.llhhnrinnf1 nf ilft Ann . 000 or $10,000,000. nnd that some of the t.ra l ,lue pirtly to the belie" That of the New Tork ClearlnR House Aso. stock Issued would probably be ottered I "v" nn'' lhAt ", u,"t pnittteal elation received In time for 'clearlns to the public. ; fcaMaft ", "III b- Immediately credited nt par and It Is ixpccted that the preliminary ! tr. The u?" that prV".t?t whJat Vvels" will thereupon become available as re- work now belni? dono will be finished are 5 m c. a bushel under tho. of U-t sene or to pay checits drawn. Such within tho next week or o and that w',,V,r.ciri'?..i"rom'"" an,i "".ar.. tcms. however, will not be received from there will then be a meeting of repre. , Sro'ln" more wHiJi,"" iTis 7u'n.r ..n! members of the New Tork Clearing oninuvcs oi me companies to oiscuhs i.ntie.i tii.it th. Ii.t deelln of about 15c the terms of the meriter. bu.h.l h.re inrgfly ili-rouni.ii the pro. Tno curtiss Aeroplane and Motor Com- .'J""'a'T' wneai chlnery were leaettonary The mmmnry. Open- If I art Jxiw Cloa- . Si . . :js . i'i . s, SI'. :4 . 3 12U I Ui 41 :i t'i ?5 , 1 :.iU 1M sou i'. KS MS 9 i 91 ;i in ) IV, C3 .1 IS4 a it'. 49 : v is 1M. tin MS M IK)lt :i ti; l,V, HI 3 i:'. ;s 144 41 W 4S 23 I'i Ki, (I a w. 71 (47 H'i M, M 3 l!'t 14'. 41 s has been a noticeable Mlffenlnr. Yesterday's rise In thu call money market was due nartlv to a calllnir of v loans to finance the United Motors Cor poration and of the new automobile mirtter, which will Involve about 1250,- 14S t'0'1,000, 71 a fneaal-a Vi am is atn aaa tllfn a In lh vi irt surplus rerv of the Clearing ilous 4 I4S 14 :4 Ilousn Arsoclatlon. tianv was Ineurnorated In Ihl. Slntn t.i.l ,l... ".. .""""n.lt " , "n uj-r-ii on in. iiruiimi .iiv nr Sehednle Ilneed on Mall Time. i.nii.H, ..... .u. , i.iiiii.t. . ' :.'""" V4 i-or an oxner nems immeiiiain cretin fnunded by Olenn It. Curtlss for the .nH,.n . "ry rain. In ih s..uthwe.t cnt. ftt,par . V1 bfl but "uch mantifaeturo of Curtis aeronlanea ftv. day led to f..ir. of Mrm.. lui.. In credit will not be available as reserve E !,.., ,ml L, t, l,hT 'reme southweat wheat ruttlnit . or to pay checks drawn, until th ap-1 i .J , " or capltalliatlon d.lav.,1 bv th. rain.. Clear and favorabl. pronrlate period Indicated of. the at-, la JB.000.000 7 percent, cumulative pre- wwith.r Is eve'e.l and th... rendition. ...Xt rh.,iit. t,,I , n.-i Th?.. ferrcd. par value 100. and H.0,000 Miarm "u'' P"' " end lo the lomplilnt, from taclied schedule has eiiipsijrt Thee .1 .,r,i, Vi .. .... ... th Northwest of il.nfl.nt nunihln.. periods are baed on tho mall t me re- nl .o ? .i,? ne PA ona Sn 7tl . Th wheat vl.lble -hnwid a tnt" 44, quired for Items to reach te paylt.R as also nn Iwuo of m.OOO.OOO 5 per 40 ooo bush.l.. asain.t 4l.400.ooa U.t t n.,it i.. the mnll time reoulr.d for the cent, serial notes, due 1017. The com- ""K ""d l noo.ooo la.t j.nr. wh.n the I!I J ,,r.. ,.I i. a. p.1,h , nanv has a eatnclLv of about 1 600 aero. I deer. a., for the w..k was 500.000 bii.li.i- P m bank to remit to trie Federal Tl J!unV. ir,.i r ;!.in. v.r Corn - Th. op.nlnc a. sharply hlah-r n- Hank of Its district. Hy aver- planes and ctiKlnes per year. and surcee.llna nuctu.nlon, hi.i' not ii J.; ,...,.. ti, ti.,,. it nn. r,n..tt.t. 1 Last February the Curtlss compnny the .tronK ton. of th. market. There n lneu, all nolnts In the oountrv In :urevi tnc eorviccs or w. n. nurrets -in'u u m anji.ir nn im nn t iimn, i, jMii. mni m. , . tho Ilurcws Coim.inv M irhleheail "-0"ln. operation, were p.r.l.tent. with four dl Islotis. namely, one. two. four ... nn i i r...r !! j , , " ' eomp.tltU. bu)lnK for ca,h Iiou.m. Ther. and elcht days. is and became owner of the stock w .a, a Urn. ;.lemind for eu.h torn .without "Member banks msv maintain their . wii,l.tij , ntiii.ii v.'i,..tiu-u uiturj ... urn tirutuij i.iirntiiB inere hitnni. with IIS 111 1 old operating orcanlratlon. The Cur- Pjri.ef r.plantlne belnxne,;ea.ary lnarloua nrone s rrnminv has nlnnf nt TlnfTiln Ifnm. part, of Nehra.kn arel of low temperature t our expense propel a cempanj nns plants at uurraio, unrn- orklne ncalnst the crop w.r. not without money or Federal resei indsport and Toronto. 'effect Th.r. w.re d.. 'ir... of it. tn ;u. in v.... v.v , The Wright Company waa organized the foreign li.t. but the., came In for very hv the tiroopds when oVKVlVS- """" T5r-VU.S.,,:-!:f tVniremdeU'sr,, Ohio. In October of last year a eyndl- acaln.t Il.TfO poo in the previous w.ek an.i Non-member bankn m secured the services of Y, of Mas oi ii ai company, waic i connnue.i unuer ""''!S?u!x-XTy't,n". Th'.r' balances with us (a hv shipplnc to us US oil! oporaiim,' orcanizailon. Tne CUr- J,';"',', " sn'.-ary inisnmi nn. nrnnerlv sorted Kwflll . tl.s rrnminv has nlnnf nt TtnfTiln Ifnm. Parts of Nebraska aiel of low temperature at our expense proper soriea law iui tus cempanj nas plants at uurraio, unrn- orklne nsa nat the crop w.r. not without money or Federal reserve notes, (b) by ' i-ci i n.re w.re net lr.es or 1 to c n rt.nntt nir Xw VorV eitehanire. or fcl . avaliame, or out '!ted for collection. , caie ncaucu uy William H. Tttompson 11.000,000 :at .ar. i tai.oes In the manner described In (a) of this city purchaeetl control of Hie oats--Tl. rhi.f .u.tilnini: Influ.n'-. ... . ..ttlement of Items sent jomruny and reorwnUrt ... tak.n. In WWXl.W the plant nf the Simplex Company In nEh.t ab.orpvl .n roultl b. trae.,) very "This arrangement has been made In New Jersey nn1 more recently acnutrlnc few crot, roninlalnt. were reeeiv.,t The n .n.nn .ik tn m.ntatArv tho old Hempstead aviation field In Iim: ',i?5:'V-".nJu,'1,'r,D ,t't,'?'. terms of the Federal reserve act to the I t.lnn.l tnr ... n. n t.iinit,. .mn oa !"e bit were b.neneial Se .Inc for nuntrv .,, ..... I ......... ... o ...... !,Ot!'l work. I aeilnst th. in.rk.t Th. riieci lirai n-n ptniriiiruii. ut iirnu., tcstlnc Rrounds. visible supp'v .iuPl ,t t tal o l..'00,ooe. whether by oharce . iiw sioci; or me n ncni i ompany la Hcain.i n,?oo eon in tne previous we.K anti bank's nccount or closely held. When tho rcorKanizatlon 'iJ.'r,,1,' l't.',r- ,n aecreaae wa. r.ncy or exchanire, rrovi.i-n- -The rnarK't was weak at the uir. intur mu,ui urtiuiuun , ni.i.uu.. outset. I.ow.r price, for hogs and sellln however, conillctlnjr with the assumption for paeker. were asalnst p' ula-lio .up that 'terns nre pavable only at the coun port. Subsequently the pressure waa lifted , nf lh. v.1r,i. orl irhlch thev are and a partial rally ensued. Chicago prices! ,or ' ,ne n;lnK on '"lcn me are Ojien- lltjh. Iiw. Clos. l"rel tin est. rat lm ,. 1" la.'.'. IflJi. Itxv ,. :w. :o7'3 i'C 10. s was effected no shares were offered for public t-ubscrlptlon. saj.e ir rst est Inr lo Adrenture 3it 3'4 V, V, 1.'. VMllIll-rK .,. V't n JI.I i.i .Aiasaa 4", Alsomah SIM American Zinc, fio Anucontla .... 413 Arizona Com!., 10 Hullo A llalak. 5T0 llutle & Superior !oii ..a numei is Anz... ,i t Calumet at llecla.MI :o Centennial K'i 2) Chlno 5.1U 3..2 Copp.r Hants, . ,, M 2" naiy.wesi .... 2W Kast Hutle ..... Cl r'rauklln , 2. Hancock M Island Creek... : Isle Knyale 26 Kerr Lake. ,,. 1 VI Michigan 3M Mohawk . ,, 102 Nevada Con.... to New Arcadian, I8S New Urla 1() Nlplssln , am Nttrth llutle... 104) North Lake.... tl Old Colonr. .. 3v) Old Dominion. ., f.1 Oai-eola ,, M l'ond Creek 43 Quiney ' Kay Con 13 Shannon r.3 .South Lake f4 South. Clah to St Marys Land.., C') Superior It Iloa,, M Superior M Tamarack .... S Trinity , t?0) Tuolumne ... , ::il V 8 Smelters ... f.33 r .s Smellers pf. 2"i ftah Arex 133 t'tah Con 110 Clah Copper.... 1111 t'lah Metals , 510 Winona lo Vanrintte ! Wolverine . . ItAII.ROAIt l' tlo.lnn Albany. l2 r.n.tnli .Elerated.. tl l'O Ho-ion tt Maine . 41 I" M:i-a Klee pt . ... 31 3"! New tlien. .. flS n:,l Colony Ill K llutland :i . I nlon rartflc pf . t3S MISCELI.ANKOUS lio Am Aar Chem.. 'o Ainoskeaf pf... Tl Am uar pf.. 4 Am T T . ... l'so: A II A W I .... Ill' A f, A V I pf . -t i titis.ii Cement. i lai.snn ... in (in Ky & E..... IS Mas. rias pf.... lr' Merjenthale. 3 N E Cot Vara pf. M ta . unman O Iteec Ilutton. is: :, lomniton ri rt 13 Torrlnrton nf.. si si i. i nnei rrtm 11 Financlnpr of NNcw Mergers and Declino in Heservcs Considered Causes. For the first time since the Stock Kx rbanire reopened call money loaned yes i terday at t per cent. The highest pre rionjr Island flallroad Hojies Reckless Drivers Will Heed Ads. The camnalm of the Ixsnt Island rail road to save from Injury or death at grade crossing motorists who refuse vious rale this year had been 3H per ' to save themselves Is srolnr on briskly. cent, on April 15 and only about 12,000 The latest move Is an arrangement by was loaned at thnt rinure, Call money the railroad to buy advertising; space tins neen extremely easy ever since the in 100 newspapers, In which twenty .ALii'iiisQ ivui'cncu nun iuaiis une iit'vn made nt as low as 1 -j per cent, Tho rullnif rate, however, has been around per cent, until recently, when thero THE METALS MARKET. Copper Consnmers Well Coered for Several Months. Copper la quiet! Consumers are well eord for several montha and producers are equally well sold, but It la evident that there la more copper available far September and October ahlpmenta at 2le, from rennera, while aecond hands are of fering October, November and December electrolytic at S'tlSTc. Near by Is dim rult to sell at HUf2l'4c, At the close of the day the tone of the market waa llrm.r, but with scarcely enough tradlnc lo establish a market. American electro lytic at London waa It higher, at 1142, nttd spot standard waa mluinctd Cl, to 1121. Kxporta r. ported yesterday w.re 4DJ tona Inanta to LUerpunl. Imports Included 4,379 tona ore from -South Anierlia, (00 tona pin copper from Peru and 70 tons matte and til tona piss from Chile. Tin waa dull. It was nominally at 444c for apot and 44c. for June Hlralts. October ana ,nv.mntr arrivaia irom me ..irMii. were quotable at 40 Sc or le.s. Iondon . 70S fJS . IIS . 0 . 22S . is , .23 . . 4S . 17 . 30 . M, , ,M 74S St . 4H . 14', . 2 ll . ', n. us 2S :o. 94 IIS 53 ::s 7S .25 :s 4S 17'. to '0 7S US 4'. 14', SS s IS f5S 12 71 M 31 i; im :i four different advertisements will be i was quiet, with spot .-(traits unchanged at placed In the effort to Induce all mo- ' .?poL,ni.":n. '"T,' 1 -i lower" torlsts always to stop, look and listen I VTh of 'jrions It tlM c. Lf. In before crossing a railroad traok. I don. Awurda at New York alnca June 1 The Long- Island railroad's campalfii haje been 1.265 tons and 3.S.17 tona are I,,, .iriV nrndneeH One results as I afloat for United States port", has aireaaj proaucea l"',a" fpeiter is In good demand. Trices are proved by the. fact that accidents last ,, Uc hgher. An Interesting develop year were greatly reduced. Hut the ment Is that producers as well aa con road's officials believe that there should 'mra are bujlng. pot sell, at 1JSV ttnl h. anv of these accidents caused i 13 r" Jun "l 13 " n - Jul' ." S C not tie any or inese acciaeriis caiisrn i Augutt itc. Kan St. Loula. Ixmdon supply by carelessness, and Uiey expect l-dvanced ti, to 176 for apot and for to reduce the number still more this futurea. year i Lead waa dull and easier, second hands MANHATTAN HOTEL LEASED TO BOWMAN 42d St. Strnctnre to Stand fi,r at Least Ten Years Ilental Not Stated. 70 3 14S 224 . 7S .Sfl S 17 tn 5. ,M 74i tl 44 I4. f2 ' IS M it... v. .-.. tnr late. oeaiera snaa ng me truet price a Here are some of the facts for lsia no ... ,bo, Jun, ,nA ,ulv t,,in..off.re,i 7Vi IS 17'. to M hanks had a great deal to do with stir fenlng the rate. From a surplus of , tm, )lfe saving bulletins, to be it 8.98c New York ami d.ssc. at Eat printed as advertisements, will forth : Klghty-two automobiles through Long Island Kallroad crosslne gates which had been lowered. Two lives were lost at grade cross 3 $250,000,000 that Item has decreased to J!1 about $DS,60,000, the decrease since ..nnut.ij . u, ..nn j cm u.ttis ii.v. JSO, 000,000. This has been brought about by the heavy liquidation of Ameri can securities held abroad, the numer- set St Loula. London waa 10a. higher on spot snu mwer on futurea spot waa neia i..h,.,l i ' tss nd future, at 131 ISa. sawwn.sw ous new notations of securities Involving . RB (he r(9Ult 0-f r,ckIe driving. IlUllurciin Ul iiim.uiin ut nwunin, iu About $2,000,000 in rail money IRON AND STEEL MARKETS. was loaned yesterday nt 4 per rent., and J12.000.000 at .I'i per cent. Loans of nomestlo eonaumera generally ar. buy- I.. nn nutonmhiln struck and ' ,nc . . aeml-flnlshe.1 or fu ly. nnlshed ... ...... ....w ... aieei, dui tne etpnrt demand 1, heavy killed a watchman who was trying to win, mor of misciianeoua form, uf Hag It. The driver of the car was sen- rommerclal teel for thla year's deiUeri tenced to serve ninety days In Jail. The ?"'"' f?f next year, shlpmeit tit. anout ;,uuu,ijpu were mane ai o pt .,. ,i,,t, .hat of n man who V ,i u r "rs"""""i. mere i. te.s m-i i- r.nt second deatn was mat oi a man wnu bulldlnK work inuilng om. buers exp.ot- ii V. .....i, ... .1... rf....tnt..H drove a motorcycle Into a passing train. Ing some concession-, but for prompt ship- In . nrne!.'a "tr,neth hMV ' .''it Kleven automobile occupants were In- ments high premiums ar t-lng paid V In the time money market as a result ', ". rrosslna-s because of Wlr" Product,, while less octl. are ?' i.,...o.,i ,i.isii.ti fnr Imih mlvrd i Jured at grade crossings Decauso oi stronger ami an artvnce I. mik.rt nf. . ... .... IIIVllln'. ........... - , i: 41 34 COlj IM 24 K2i i: 70S 41 34 CIS and Industrial funds. Mixed loans ver (Itinted yeMcrday at from 3 per rent to ,1, per cent, for sixty and ninety iUs. 3'( per centrfor four months and 3' per rent to 4 per cent, for five nnd six months. Industrial loans arc nuo'' at 3i! per cent, to 3', per rent, foi 151 sixty days. 3'i rer rent to 3 per cent. I for ninety days and four months aryd 2 , per cent to 4 per cent, for live nnd i. 3 3 If.! UiO ins n:s it? it."'-, iai 431, 4. M4 1.1. 127 IS ia oo . s.s 13'. M1 ..127 . 'IS .1S3 .... six months. 1"0 117 iniiiraiionai ia' narnlnna Are Shown. I3. 23' 127 '1 1 carelessness of drivers. Twenty-two motorists raced across tracks despite warnings from auto mutlc bells, warning signs and watch men. Thirteen automobiles were -driven to 3'j per rent, for i aninnsi n- m ' .......... I ilu i.miv..'. pctti t"f-. v... " tcnn.000 for the elimination of grade crossings," said J. A. McCrrn. general manager, "l'lans are tinder way for the elimination of eleven more. We an doing everything In our power to end these accidents. Do nit the facts as ct forth disclose a disgraceful per formance on the part of automoblllsts." COPPER DIVIDENDS DECLARED. uf II Ik Increases In 141. 141. iSit. un- . 1,' IS', 1S, 141, 137 .M II 127 i Indications of increased esrnlngs by 4:S a large number of copper companies were .i! shown In the number of dividends de clared yesterday, it lias been estimated by men in cloee touch with the Ameri can copper Industry that annual prmluc- More export rnJl rnntr.,ri. at. .itt.t l.H tn b. closed tn the near luture for 1917 ship ment. I'ig Iron Is dull for domestic .hlpmenl. but mor. e,l.a have been made fur ei. port and a fair tonnage I, still under ne gotiation for Italy and HusU, Japan Is eapected to put out another Inquiry soon THE BALTIMORE MARKET. TO MAKE INDUSTRIAL SURVEY. 43', I3TI 31 Mnyor Annonsiees Appohitmnt of Cnnimlttee to Direct Work. Muvnr Mltchel announced yesterday tlon Is now In tha nelghborhooil of :.- tnc appointment of the committee which WORK ON AUTO MERGER PLAN. rndlcntr Una llerelved Oteraub rrlptlnn to CndrrirrlllnR. Tleprescntatlvcs of the bankers who i-V Vnited !-hn rch eS rmte-i shoe m pf :s 1 Steel.. . !i 20' entura Oil si, IS Western Union w. e against the member ,.ftvl . . . , . i ..... . .... 1 ' ' Am abt enm . - iojh 102', p-i, by remittance of cur- Am T A T 4s ki, s:S ir. . must b made at full lfo a u a w i .- . 101, '. ie:s J Il.lt Klec nf.... ni noi i reon V Con Power 1171, 7") Con l'ower pf. ..pi:', l'75 Co.d.ll Iteflnlnc . 13s, o Co-den nil tc iis :o', f) Coslen Oil A 0 pf 4, 222 liiw l.oti ciiem tl', 1' M1 Casualty .ri, 30 Mereti M li Ilk . : 1'' Ml Vcrn Mills pf tl 5 Okla tieflninr. . , '0 v,t.r A I'ow 7'. 4?i.apulpi Kefinlnc II", .7 t'mted ftl A Kleo 27 M Wajland O 4 (i HOND' larlt'R wllh II nuartorly three months special revenue bonds to be used by the 14V.1 Halt Klec . 1 .fn (vi.'tihlA .Tun. flrt tn .tn.-tf nt ..r.l ....... I . I fn. thlM WnrU. The Com- y.V -TTSe i it ' v .... - , it, triii ii.s rs mlttee la to Do unaer ins cinv.rnmn- jn, c 143', IMS 1S noo.nfln.n00 pounds. If tls- average cost s to laVe charge of the Industrial sur- 51 -v .,' f cojiper is 3 cents a pouni, tne in- . x.y Rn,j the preparation or a report ror its 13 ui lustry Is earning eomethln-? Ilka 400,- t1(. KUdance of the Roarl of Fducatlon HKLTIMOnE. June 4 -Ilaltlmore Tube was active, selling Irom 12", In 121S and cloaln? at 13S IHvldson (.'h.mtcal waa a rolnt lower. Th. coleu share- ruled steady Bonds were dull ami etea.lj The summary: . , Oiieii' Huh. Iiw Clo, Sales ins. r,t r,t. Im KtS nalt Tube. .. 12T l.v-j 1.5S 1. , ini nan tune pi ? 000.000 a; year on !7 cent copper 1 in its extension of Industrial education The Kennecott Copper has declared a The rioard of Aldermen and the Hoard dividend of Jl SO a ehnre rjuarterly, com- of Iktlmate have authorized 116.000 In 43', 47 104 I'll', 23S 11 f.S tt .' li" 43S 43 S 47 47 107S !f 1"7', 1"7', 4S f3S l II ii' 27 0 I"' 4'. f3S v-i, ,: June 13. Hall Is Wheat ! I July epieniBcr Corn: July will rnanaco the syndicate formed to un-1 September. tierwrit" the m.'c.r of the Mtid.on Willys-Overland nnd Chalmers Motor companies Into a J 250,000 0U0 concern were In oonferenco yesterday working out final details for the notation of th nw company. The syndicate hns re. ctlved nn oversubscription to the under-, September. Wrltlnir sintl flllfi.4r.rllit(nna hittn K.An ... ' lltba! eelved for the common stock In large numbers In spite of the fact that no defi nite price has been set. It was reported In Wall Street that the stock had been underwritten at 53 nnd would bo offered to the public nt 59, but n member of the syndicate de- r.led that a price had been fixed. A Oats Jul feeptt-mber Tnrk: July benteaiber. Lard. July 9', C3S 3S, 701, 70 os 13'. 3S 70S close '.Mcmner nan as are enwieo. m piace lc3S tne worns, ioireciioio at par inroucn I'iS the Federal lle.serve Hank of New York.' on their own checks and the checks used Your attention Is ..." by their depo'!ors 1 called to the desirability of availing of :2S this privilege. 2S . Jul September.. 20 CO 20 IS 12 M 12.02 12.10 20 : 1; 12 25 12 10 12 22 12.:: 20 42 jo :: 12.1.1 12.27 12.01 12 10 20 21 13 12 25 12 J7 :o tr. 1 20. i0 12 VI 12 42 iii-t li a u it 'ill. f,tv r-c n. f YJ Jill' Tli' T1" Corner Compftny has de- , shlf of Dr. Charles R Richardson, dlrcc-1 M r Il.ilt ; !.'? V.umb Tel - W, lS 11.11, w ji..i.I .., . j .. fi ..h. will net as a. ?? "alt Is '! IMS is i"3'. 1A31: J.. . . ' v.. "" ,"" v.,,::, M.,;1 r H" ! sv N K Tel fa f.v.1 Swift A Co fa vi! loeii .s.il m1 on extra diiltlend of !1. 50 a share. Three ' representative of the National Society rtv.1 ir...... n-., ,. 7,.' I !yy .. ..... ... . . .. . .. ,..j.....i.i im,,,.. ;v,i Weslern Tel t, pi, i.v,; THE BOSTON CURB MARKET. BOSTON. June 4 The lloatnn curb rlo.lnr D.d and asked quotaitlona follow hs ago J1.50 and $1 extra was de-1 for the Promotion of Industrial LVluca il, payiblo June 30 to mock of rec- 1 tln. The other members of the com- Alrarado American OH Hay State Ga Uesnle . nttubam llohemia Hoston A Arizona . . Ito.ton A Corbln . . -. . 1 cior.H i.v tne tifrai:.i i ei inriimi on.ci.u nnnouncrmi'ni 'oy me new ,h? pucig of 11 fair amount s-uuiiiaii la tjH-cieti Ki.iiay-, Cnatnm llini.e ltcrrlpta. The total receipt, for duties at the m?',;; ,1i!nriJl, L..d,o.'PP'..a' Custom Houre .lestcrdiy were ii:i,- . trK .-o, k barely .t.ad I'rltes: rt mil- wnicn 1 1 , 1,1 1. ..r.i was forierj. .xirus, :j 'core auc . ni wlthdiuwi, from bonded I ',' "J : -('M"1' and 1414,677.61 for recent ' t'r'.i, so'ii 30S( . Mat'e. .r,lr". 795.20. of merchandise warehouses Importations. Irr fomnanv has C'll i:i'll - S.im- s nrlnr. parti, ularly nf bllity other than due diligence nnd care , ..m..,, . ,, paralllne goods. Is m , urrlng. as receu.r in forwarding such Hems promptly and 's ni.-:n'j' roru In rL "'r, prefer to hold ihl. s.o.kln the box r.tli-r wl b nuthorlzed to send such Items s", c , ' , "r.";:: lock In addition to than S"ll li at Hie . urrent iiuotation llui ,"'..,., ..... , ,u. v,.,.,i, i,ih ni.in dividend of 2 per rr were somewh.it h .nl to Int.rc.i e. for papnent direct to the bank on w hlnti Ohiio Juno 25 to stock of record on June 16 RAILROAD EARNINGS, Blir Ilerculca Powder Dividend. The Hercules 1'owdrr declared an extra dividend cent, on the common stock ins rccuiar nn.irreriv iitviiinn.i nr n rnr .... i.. 1.1 ttrirl.iv anil illtl 110 tnort tlmn the nnrma V"" " " """ re pnyaniR on ,,,. st.e. uiitnrs r .mini nothlne at ipr sent I.vporter. are taking .mall line, of Hats mid chf.lilars. but table advices do not Indicate a 1 itifat-tory fnrelcn mar , k.t .ktnis show .omewhat bett-r ile. I mantl. rrlr.s: rut, flesh, colored and wll'e, sp.clala, 14",UlSc; averap fancy ' 1 1 ', (i.l 1 ','. : twine, fresh .pei-Ials, IS. . Ming Americas, fresh, I'UISSc; Slate sklni', epeeiala. current make, 12S' '.',r . lower trades, 6si IliK'.f Arrlvila yesterday were tpilte iK.n', beinK 33, J. cases. Tliire w, lino 400 ! -ate trading, with the approiiclilni; 2fi:i.3ftn .1 wish holidays an lnfluen.ini,- fa tor 1.7.".;. crai .V.rthern .totk free from I1e.1t ilefef.. ! Pieferred, wlUi off crudes dlserlmlnatr nitalnst and In accumulation Dirties an.' ilutks iU. Nearby white, plentlfu' Kanty cride. of while and brown firm 1 rice,- rre.h eatn.ri-.t extras, 25'ti 2.c . iiniia- tornre packed, extra nrsts. 23St(24Sc. ......... r.ifu ar nacaeii. nrsi. ..ti .a'.c ,ttnn , 20,'f2t'4c . dirties. Nn 1. 20'a4i2lc . Nu r.-nnltles to lie Imposed. "With the Inauguration of the collec tlon system the penalty for the impair ment of reserves provided by the Federal . ........ .... ..Ill V. l,Mnnt Vnlt ..-ill ; ' be requested to report monthly the aver- J 'j ..:'. I Federal Reserve Hank. Impairment of California Corbln.!'."""!!"""! DAIRY PRODUCTS MARKET. Ithl reserve. If any. will be ascertained Caiaieras 1 by comparing this figure with the aver-, cJt7 Con oi Haled Tll-TTllR Price, haie r-iched the ' "tual reserve shown by our books. (-,nv)llrtj,M Artron'a.V.V.'.V.'.V.'." polnl where specuialUe buying has c The penalty ha. for the present l-een Cor.olidatel Copr vi'ii in. .iori-ff neinu nxeil nv tne reiieraa ueserve iio.irci ai cui-i.i slnriii;. rradlng je.terday i.a, a lll'le pairnieni nuai 111 . prr irm. .t u K.ule A lllueVIl uiseouni raie lor iiincij u;t pprr. .ii' 1 rnritini is now I per cent. '.".d Lake "livery member bank sending Items to !Jnn1'1, d us after the inauguration of this system 1 J",",'.1 will be understood to have agreed to the ,rm) C4MI ,'.'.'.'..'.'.'.','..'.',','.',.','.'.', tertus and cundltlors t-et forth In this Iron Cap pf! !!!!!!!!!!!!!! Wmu.ir and to have thereby specifically Iro'i Illn'.om .igrred that In receiving such Items the J?;"',, Federal lte.erve Hank of New York w'll Mexican Metal','!'!!!!.!"!"""; act only as the collection agent of th'1 National I-ail A zinc.. .'!.'.'!.'!!!! sending bank, w.ll assume no respot.e.1- .11 ana imnsias. c urretl an 1 this pa), jftjt, months , claret , ord June I. In addition to the dividend the directors appropriated $:, 500,000 cash for enlargement of the mllllrar capacity. Tll NevtHt l-nn-.nlHlHtAj declared a regular quitterly dividend nf 374 cents and 3'; -e ,.xtr1 (,t,y5M. Juti SO to stock of record June 16. The Itiitlo and Spjierlor Mining Com pany declan-il a regular quarterly divi dend of 75 cents a share and $10 extra, the t-ame 11s three montli., ago Hutt and Superior dividend" payable July 1 to stock of record June 20. Chlno Copper lias declare,! a regular quarterly dividend of $1.25 a share, nnd Hn extra dividend of $1. In addition lo the dividend directors apprr,irln(ed $1. 250,000 for enlargement of milling capacity. Itry lltt'e ,1. k etiltl above 3'tt- Kit.ts is ll.l se ..nda -nit! falliy well but un. ailed was easy, lt.niivati-tl In iirht supply and hlKher s orlnr 1 . fe. olldS. uttsaltl'I. e finest. 2sw 20. . g,c.l to prime. 2'-. . rrnovate.l extras, 27n;7Sc ; tlr.f. 25 S l 2'1 Sc. ; ladle., firsts 2lc. p.u-t Ing sun-k. current mal.e, I.ne. 22S''i-c. No 22r they nre drawn or to another agent fur collection at Its discretion. Changes 104,012 1 .".0 Mo 1.240,r.24 tl.IVtX.lS1 12,007,310 fiOU.-JSH lia.ntr. tnni l.nss.nut l.i'.i.ni.-. fi.7o2.iti 722.315 T.aa, fin.4nn im r.7a 1.S87.313 Colorado and Houth.rnt lftin rourth week May I17H72I Ine Month l.tn-.n.-.s inc. From July 1 14,410,(177 Inc. Denver and Illo Grande: .rourth w-erk May K.iir. :idn Inc. Xlnntli 2.(i22..ino Inc. From July 1 22,r.2i,:ioo Inc. (Ireat Northern: Month of May... in,714.s.13 Inc. From July 1 73.II4H POU Inc. Missouri, Kansas nnd Texas: Fourth week May 0MM Inc. Month 2.1100,2.-,.- Iric. From July 1.... 2:i,7lo,370 lite, Texas and Pacific: rourth week May 1474,147 Inc. Month 1 414.M7.'. inc. From July 1..., 17,11711.323 Inc. KOl'TlinilN ItAII.WAY SYSTHM Southern Hallway: into. Chans.. s Fourth week May 12.044. Till Ine. Illtl. '.'47 ,-vinnia ti,ii:i!i,Miii me. From July 1.... fl4,ir.S,144 Inc. Alabima fireat Snutlifrn Tourlh week May I204..-..10 Inc. Month r.2.nis ine From July 1.... MMflii! Inc. Cincinnati, New Orleans and Farlnc: Fourlh week May 1.K.-.072 Inc. Month t.H2l.:i74 Inr. From July 1,... lu,(iK2,31H Inc. (leorcla, Southern ami Florida Fourth week May lir.'.-kS Inc. Month 1S2..VI1 Inc. From July 1.. . 2,2:ni.2r.O Inc. Mobile nnd Ohio: Fourth week May .1.-..-.,2ls Ine. Month l,("l,42s Inc. From July 1.... 10,s2.-,b.'2 Inc. Virginia and Southwestern: Fourth week May t4!i,7O0 Inc. Month 1.'.!i.i.2S Inc. From July 1.... l,7Mi,34 Inc. I.i:il Kill V.M.I.KV. The I.-hlali Valley Hallroad Company reports to th Public Service. Commission for the quarter ended March 31 last as followa: ISIS. Chances. Oper, revenue. . .10,!iOI,33 Inc. 11,733,44 Net revenue 2,7S,07J Inc. 736,396 Oper liunmo..., 2,436,039 Inc. 730,4; flrnsa Income. ,, , 2,3S.3,(i0 Inc. 421, .91 Let income 7S1.7C2 Inc. 411,321 "NICKKIa PLATE." The New York. Chlcieo and St. Ioul, llallrnad Company reports to the Public. Sirtlce Commtsalon for the quarter ended March 31 laatt Idle. Change. Oper. reionuo... 13,712,970 Inc. 1963,437 Net revenuo 99" 361 Inc. 05S.79I I (per Income..,. 74,3'iS Inr USD, I 1 (Iroia Income . . . . 931,730 luc net (Tl Mat Income 490,436 Inc '9i,633 NKW Jllll.SBT AND NI1W YOP.K. I Ttio New Jersey and New York It. .limit, I Company reports to tho Public Serilca CommUslon for the quarter ended Match si la.w ivia. Oper reM-nua 1200,631 Net relepue. . 31,':33 Oper. Incoino 2f,,l 12 dross Income 32, Sis Deficit 3t,,2it Deficit after nil other charcra 26,391 DliTIIOlT, TOI.UDO AND 1HONTON. The Petrolt, Toledo and Irnnton Hall, road reports to the Interstate Commerce Commission for April: 1916. Chances 1110,370 Ine 6I 319 au.i'ju ino, 21, sol I3,4fi inc AGREE IN MERCANTILE MARINE Holders nf Common and Preferred Tteaeh 1'nderatandlng. After the meeting of representatives of all of the protective committees of the International Mercantile Marino Com- OtM-l O Onoinii-.i Pt'it Hint. run a Soui'iwest Miami Trtro I t ife I VeM. Krtentlem., Yu'aon Hold Hid. Aaked .(- Hi i: ! i .11 16 ,0) '.l 1 IIS l ;o'' r:A 1 .47 a 1 HI 2 ! 72 73 I .04 V. I c. is ! .13 .14 I HI I'll IS le. :s 2s ,M .4f, .li IS IS 2'. .1'. i S" 15. 1 s 4, 4', ', 7 IS '-. t. IS .VI ti 42 : :a is is 12S 13 2S 2'i IS :S .41 43 14 14 1 IS IS l, I US - , 90 : : IS l 6S H, , v :v. :s In mlttee follow Representatives of Hoard of Education John Martin, commissioner of educa tion and chairman of committee on vo cational schools; Thomas J. Carroll. commissioner of education : Dr. William I. Kttlnger. associate superintendent of schools. In charge of prevocattonal classes ( In elementary and vocational school:. Miss Florence M. Marshall, principal of Manhattan Trade resentatlve of Hoard .o 'ci Coal r.f I-". Con Coil ref c, 2r.t0 Con Power 4U. "1 Co.t.n Hefln s . !'-) Detroit Pnl 11.. 2'.v Klkhorn Fuel !. P") C.a Caro Nor It in.-s, p. si .n.rcii m Tr 1 1V fnl It A F.'lnc is. 6 ' 2e0 Uul litE fdj It. H'i ;rn lf.i 1..1 b". f;i; io: :-;i, 1-1 100 iw o . '; at 6 I'i p.' M'l I.3S f'3S 9." !2 !; a- 1'3S 103S MS 103S 4 s, 121S 17' 1.11, .'. ;. 2i: 1S l'OS l's'i, I "-, i'r- i'.'.'s That the Manhattan Hotel, at Malison avenue and Forty-second atret, e continue to do business for nt least t.n years Instead of being replaced bv .1 commercial or office building wa, , stired yesterday, when August . schcr, the owner, closed 11 lcie m i . proiicrty for ten years with John M IMwman, proprietor of the Hrtm . , just across Madison avenue, 01, - block to the north. Mr. Heckscher bought the propft only a few days ago for $3,iOO,o .u , at the time of purchasing ho decided whether to cont nue tl or to uc Its site for such 11 t- ru. ' as he has erected diagonally a, Madison avenue, nt th southeast ci -of Forty-second street Nobody ltd. ested In the deal would divulge t 1 rental to bo paid by Mr, Howmai n 1 kes the property n an Indlvlduv a I not as a member of 11 company If his plans do not miecarrv f Bowman will soon be proprietor of t of the largest hotels In the city all in the nrand Central Station s.rtitvi. He now has the Hiltmore and the Man. hattan. He Is alo tho bead ' i, Howmnn Hotel Corporation, a l 00 y concern, which oa 111 operate tho r.ew room hotel .wlilch the New York CV't'r.l Hallroad will erect on the block bo'ird..! by Forty-second, Forty-third ! bopew place nnd Iyexlngton avenue. Just east of 4he big station, Yesterday's) lease was nexotlated tir Tease ft lllllman and Heeksch.r k I. Saulles, tho latter representing Aug-it Hecksrher. 2 , l f4 61 S6S ft THE CHICAGO MARKET. CRICAC.O Jun. a -n,. ..,,..,1.. .1 . .,1111.11 ,11. l.llliv.'ni v. . ' .t-.t..ii...i .i,j.. School for Girls. Rep-, SZ?X? AZU'ihTM ard of Estimate Mrs. th. market I.md.av l.iin ,1 Mthlia. 1- iv.ril ..rr.tnrv nf committee I quits at'tlve. .bouiti. .1 fti..i,.r ...... ... . on education. Representative of Hoard , ''f'"1.":, ""j" ere rather slow v,ui i.f Aldermen-Charles Delaney. Rep-, 57 "arrW n'"1 resentatlve of New lork state uepan- open- lllsh Low cios ment or IJinor ueorsa a. tjievens. awn- --i" i.tiMan n.nr.ntatlv nf 1'ntted 1 ?' Am Itadialnr States Department of Labor Charles ' H. Verrlll. bureau of labor statistics. I Rtpresentatlves of Employers of Labor 1 William D, Haldwln, president of Otis J Klevator Company ; C Ci Norman, presl dent of Manhattan Fireproof Door Com-1 nanv. Representatives of Oreanized ' I .. t l.l.a T.,. mA ! I i.anor r.niu J. i't-itiiii. c i.ttfti ,...,. THE SUGAR MARKET. Raster Tone Prices Affected r-T"T Department. An easir tone d.relnn.d in .v. ... market je.terdir and prices were aff.',ie. of Huslnees Agtnt.s of Manhattan and I PhlaEnn? Vicinity; John J. Munholland. Pattern from li tn -3 points and w.re .moilti- -soi ll,ar" league of Nortli America. Kep. 73 for fine cr.iuulaied Thi w. , resentatlve of Committee on Industrial th. f.'-t0.!,4..".'; '0' nl"eatle demand and' Investigation of Commercial Schools I '.li1. ,.t.. refiners. Ii,d done com . m c v r- linr, rhalrman. i ..i-.i,r,j ,ii,ir export nusines. Loal re . ..w - " fl,..ra ...am... .... . I . , . '.in... 'lV,i Iillr "'"'dMwals of old iv' n.r .;v,r.Tn,a:n,:i, Su. I " '. . 50 lnr nn rranulated I ,; :;"r ,t'''.,',n."". pot w,,Th, Hundred From BUSINESS MEN TOUR BRONX. easier, wllh s,1.. r.,.n..t . ,..... . f.l 'S Cll.,. In nn., ..'. ..''':. '' " l ... . w..i. " irini.r in anniner - TI1 -ba". of t,r.: 'reieht. eoual 97 I I? fKo 'of oentrlfural 96 test dutr paid ' It wa. ,a!, that more surar wna offered at different. ' " Private cable, from Cuba reported that thbtytwo mill. w.r. rrlnd'.nr and tha rain, were need.,) in several vllons With Manhattan Inspect Industrial sltea. The Bronx Board of Trade took 300 Manhattan business men on a tour of Inspection through Its borough yester day to point out the business value of The Bronx. On board the coast guard e.,sel Manhattan the visitors proceeded 3.,-, 10 Am Shlnhldr 11 r. (111 Shlpbldt pf .. 4 llooth Flh pt.. .. 73 110 thto Pncu Tool . ;i 23 Ch.o Hy series 4.. IS ! Cliro TIT. . 22 20 n.Iison 1 pi, 23 Diamond Match., ill (5 Ilarv of N J . . 113 i?jl l.in.lsfiv I.tsht . 21)1 11 . .Mont ward pf . 1" Nat Carbon pf. 13 Peoples (ius ' 2.'9 f-eirs-itoenuek 101M "-lew art-Warner M Swift .. . . 62 Union Carbide BONDS n"n Armour 44a 1V0 City Rt f,s, . 3100 Cho Hr 6s.. 10O Chjo Tel fa. MO Ctidahy Is. jtoi Ojden C,a, f, 11300 Swnfi f.s 41 73 is 22 1 r., 111 If. est tn: 3'-. 3.C. 41 44 '. "v. 71 73 li)1, f 40s, 111 111 113 113 2.J". 521. HIS HIS 114'. llll. 122'. 122S 122'. 1221, l'J2 U'2 1 12 102 ll 1st 13S 15S 01 :o si n;u. 136S 137 1361, IS? " 1S)I, H0S 10'. 1S0S 93S 93S 3. 3S 91 M'l ,9 97', 97's Oil, Of, 102 103 102 102 1"IS lots ion. inn. 1? -.- in.it, ioj4 Inf,ti djv, THE PITTSBURG MARKET. i-ii-i3rjRO. June 6.The mk.t .,. ateaslT, with prices .howlni Inslrtufli-ant change IHrw oil, Ohio Fuel. l"t.h?"x G0E1ET TO BUILD C1UBIT0USE. Itacejnet and Tennla Orantilratlnn Wilt llitve Sew Home, Robert Ooelet's proposal to build new clubhouse for thn Rapgur' a- I Tennis Club on tJie west sldn o' I'a-, avonua from Flfty-seoond to fi't -, streets lias been accepted by Hie plus, and about J400.OO0 will now be .pen , Mr. Ooetot In providing one of fie fine club buildings In tho city for hi' tee., Plans for the now structuro w.re 1 yesterday by McKIm, Me.id a! W They call for a live etory tlrepr. ' ' . ' ' Ing occupying a frontage of 2on fret ,,n Park svenuo and elghty-fou- '....t each street. It will be of brl'k I t. stone and terra cotta. In the new building there will room for even more racquet aw 1 v ? courts than In the present I'i- t 1 street struettite. Another f, be a tgreat swimming pool Removal from the prcee-t .i-'t,,,. has been contemplate! for pr- , since nearby high buildings wire t ' which throw shadows a ro.-s tIH of the clubliotie. interfering w light of the courts Several r-"';v" were made for acquiring a ' .w house, Mr Ooelet's leasing p'.m Ve most favored because t ret j r.' expenditure of no large amount v t . club One of tho reasons for not mnv. Ing before was inability to dlspo.e ..' t present club property on .1 n.i!t.'n ' basis. It Is now reported that n syn." cate within the club has taken. w tnlifl, over tho building and rev" " after a time will relmprnve the site tk- .ilve. with .1 commercial building T1 -property Is nt 23 to 31 West Forty-"-, d street. CHURCH FIGHTS FOR BUILDLNT. 4irnre Tenant About to llestnre I.enewhold na Mir Found If. Because the Orace Church co-pon fears that one of Its tenants. Mr- V r.ariy, wno nas an cxplrin; ur . lease at the southwest coi-mu . ' 'I son nnd Reade streots Is nlmu' ilcnvn the bulltllng slie built, 'he obtained an Injunction eterd.i' ' Justice Donnelly riv'trn'tilng 1 r ' taking such nctlon. Mrs K.ir'. ' f leased the land at !1 I'Oo a . . I'M and expressed her In'etr .1.. C.I1....IH. i.... ... .1.. ...... L it.,- . ..,,... iiik tt:nri 1.. iiim t-i'tii "The lease calls for mo tn '.i.c the building and erect a fe- i O ro'i ft the lot. -which I am fulh wll.i-c . If you desire tne to leave the ..,' what will you offer mo for sa-ne" THE PHILADELPHIA MARKET, ii.-it'.h. Z'iu ofM and r.ast nivJr. "Zy'Sfjafito f, T,:",.rh.,nf..1.r- . fifty automobile, were waiting to carry SSmnTa": 'h "nl" ,hlir" piny at the offices of the CentTal Trut JTtlve and strons In the atnek market here tin. to the deejin. in refined surar by Phit.v Aftar 1 'l"!- Jri:i.C!:-, rn0Va,7,riVhm,nnd!VruT.nr"The,rmmr WW WTJT A'VK rot,n ' 111:111 of the common stockhol.leps com , mlttee, issued the following statement: , "The preferred nnd common stock holders' committees of the International 1 Mercantile Marine Company havo-agreed in principle as to the course to be pur- HO20n , rheek 15fil9Sr . nearbv ben. I .....a ... ...intln .v,. .nmn..n- nery while. 2f,n2:c, browns. 2i'26c.l ..1..,. .,.,, v. Further details cannot be announced at present " In the financial district It Is under Hood that the agreement reached by the pre 'et red and common stockholders' committees provldee that the back divi dends due on the preferred stock, which mixed. 2T7 24 ',e . duck, ftate, 27ti29c 1.1 VI I'OL'l.ritV No quotation, on fowl, haie been ilellnltely .lecitlril. but n!o haie been made at 22c. with tho market w,ak and unrerinln Ilrnller, slow at 264J'C White I.echorna, 23lf27c. Old room rs weak at 13c. Ducks and geese uiu ,ittiiK"iJ, t.-i2.742 , DIIKS1!D poultry Ici fowl, shoir ' muiuiit to approximately per cent., llil.r.in Irrtguuir o.ualllv. as slock Is not iarrr.n-1 will not lie txllrt Immediately, but will be Nearbv brniier." .".Lu- m '"'r" w"k,lald nut of earnings nt the discretion S'&ny!?rt.'t r.e'si.T.Fe.i .l"d of "", management of the company, km mainly poor ami slow Lung Island ' " 's n''0 understood that the bonds duckling, lower en Hccotini of ,,. ,,rr (UI, i of the company will be paid off out of ..'im.... ..um ri.,iii luraev. ttm ...... .1 ., ..., na tt ... K. eary lo Issue second mortgage notes, as PHILADELPHIA. June .-Philadelphia w irregular Al t , ,k...'l , 'hem to luncheon In the plant of the 11 11 sl"n,f'c ,s'or,r't tlry were 4 polnta lower llcnildatloa hr Wall Street. Ward Baking Company luncheon tne line or autos arove .1.. I .. I . , a. . I I -..., . -TK ... j .:.. ittiuuHli II," ,!,...-.,., nt.a ... ... u... Oren. Hih. I,ow. cio J3 rot'nii net loi-r Th- oltinv nf bunlne i. nnd to the 190th Ptrrtt nt.itton of th inc, ttn. en. inc ""- in unr nq i&r in ine nnr- .now i or. rBicncsier mm iwsion nmc .""ZnTr.'Jii wh're a apec al train took them points Total .V... for the day were 7.8M through the undeveloped sections. The ti'it" iTicr. iohow: Open High Low. inr e.i e.t , 13 , l fowl, rractlcallv nut nf tir.i i,...,,i. 't..i.. tal, ?,).rr7".V,'1 ,ur,krV"' '""'"V1'?"'. dry picked it'Tt-i ;',1,-a'.' rl'lckeiis. I'lillade'ph ,,, I,,,,,, ttsi'.iny Ir.1""1- ,a,lc'' :l "'I I'" In pair, 3i40, 18L.K1S , We.t.rn, dry pi. ked. 30 If 32c . f,,., iH. j. to box, dry packed, V.,icm. HO lb- an, I InO.n.m nrr to doz.n. 22i,c : 43 to 47 n i , , P.-..S7S ' under 30 lbs, usuijt, Weat'.rn dry 7211,222 picked, 3 lbs ami ner, "Oi;, , n. p., 19'ill94c, 3 lb. ami under IS, id I7.02O 1 roo-t.ra. 14c. niu.ilm. jirlme white. 10 lit. 24.son'to dozen, II 231, 9 lbs, 13 71, 7 II,, . 12 12U.U2 , Jni Jiron.rs, 12 to box, IS to 21 lb... .''i.-i-i itfit ieu, lancy. 2-ll2,i,c i-hlckrns, 1" to 1,0,. milk fed, 31 to 3H lbs. 24',c.i 43 to 47 lbs. 25c.; corn fed 31 to 36 Iba , 23c.; 43 to 47 lbs.. 231, j24c. DAILY TREASURY STATEMENT. WASHINGTON. June C.-Tlio Hatemeiit of the relpia and dlaburwrnents of the Treas ury ahowa: Tills mo Hecelpta tl2.i.W.62S Diaburaemrnta 7.34.1,.i7 M'a P3 ?,H 10 71 3', 21'. 43', fs 41', to 9", S3 ii" .T. 2!', 41, Ml, 4 W was suggested In former nlans From those tn close touch with the! affairs of the various committees It was Ira rued yesterday that there are good Indications that the affairs of the oom p'iny will be readjusted by September or October, If not earlier. On the news that the back dividends on the preferred would be not be paid off Immediately the Mock broke sharply on tho exchange yesterday. With the exception of temporary recoveries caused by tliort covering the stock dropped to 33 . from 99 s, the high for the day. FINANCIAL NOTES. Surplus J1.3I7.3S I Total oper. rev JSet oper. rav , Cip.r. Income, , . frrmx July 11 Total oper. r.v. . , H nr ra,,,.. Opr Inrom,.,,, 11, 114. 411 Ine. 414,421 Ino, 414.I94 Inc. Deficit. Iteitelpts from customs today, 1110,111 In termd revenue ordinary. U.t.'.O.SU; In, om. lax. Hll.1'1): mlscelluneiius, 17i en National bank notca received foi iflcmp. tlon ll.4iS.Ml The I'lirrent stntcni.nl nf th. 1fnli..i c...... Public Serlca Treasurer lor June 5: ,V.,C'' OKNEKAI. FUND. lu'i ii? Available gnlil '';'"' I Available sllier . ' 1'liltetl Mtat.s itrit.s Sl'iki' Nallonal bank noiea and Federal ji ii I reserve i-.otea ienifle.1 cliei ks on bmk buh.idiary aitiT, minor coin and silver bullion t'lKi'is.illetl iiinsnrleili currency!'' Depnslia lu banks and Philippine Treasury Available currency In Treaau'ry ami banka . Deduct cunent Inbllltl.. ., """ Net balance In reieral fund tJ , rtllSKUVK FUND. Oold coin and bullion Tlitiar nivn To redeem oiilataiidlnr (ertlfli'ale, tl.sTJ.Sfi.lll 31,904 33,039 11,301 MH.Ila 401,111 40,4I l't.,.1 i .... I'M 7;.122 Th. dry of Naahvllle. Tnn has sold 7H,9t, ,.tl in i arson. ...in or in. or ,tw 1 urK ant) . .' ' rnlcago 1600,000 ill montha note, tn an t!9"30.s;9 I i Ictpu t Inn of taxes. An Illustrated booklet, showing view a nf the PrcparedtiesN Parade on May 13, Is be ing distributed by the I'nlled Htates Mori gags and Tru.t I'ompaii). The Hiewarl Sugar Ooiupmy has de r-lared the usual semi-annual dividend or i per cent and an extra dl blend of t, per cent., payable June 15 to holders of record June II. Andrew, A. Co. of Chicago have opened im tif lice nt 34 Pine atreel, lids city. In i barge of P. W Andrews The firm also lias ntllcfs lu (hlcago, Philadelphia. Do i roll and (.'Iceland, The Hanker, Trust Company, as trustee f lit. tli-.t inortffiitr. rntiv-rrl llil. I,,in.1u ... ...... ' tne inspiraiion (.'onsniiiiateii i;opper Com ' due .March I, 1922. will redem and I.4...I.1 lanirl nil of the boiula un Friday, Kcptcni .... M '"-r 1, 1914, at the rate of 110 and accrued '-"SM Interest. ""7"itsi' N. Hhanualian, who haa been lice, ss'lt-'ijti-1 nretililrnt nnd general nianaRer nf thn 139 903 901 Washington, llultlmore and Auuapnlls Line. ' 1 1 He Hallway, baa b.-en rlecud ce. presi dent and treisuitr nr the Maryland Kl,c trie Rallwaya i'niitpaii) U, I), Porter w.a elected general manager to auaced T. C. liierrv and O. 8, Htorr, assistant treasurer o;.v.-..127 9 312,(1.' r.,l.'3.Kl 2f..4.-.l,73f. 34.307,ft) tie:.m.2i j Oraod total vmIi ai.et. lu Tieaiury n!j;j!M!724 ,lu aucittU A. p'. Nurrls. Sal.. Am Milling . 110 Am Itr, p? ... lOCamhrli leel 1510 Elec tonis.. no nen Asphalt pf... 71 3.t Lake Sunr Corp. 10 tic lhlth Navlr P) Iln.li Villey . . 3', -.1 I-h Vnl Transit 21'. 211 I. V Transit pf . 4J Til Peuusilvanla .... Hi, ' Phi 1 1 Co cum pf, 4i, :S'7 Phlla Llec : 4 , Plula Hap Tr t e. I' 32 Phlla Traction 77 lio.i Heading 103 17". Tonnp.nli Helmnnt if, 1.(- Tnnnpah Mlnlnr tn, I' 0 I'iiioii Traellon 44', 4 o liiiti-il lias Imp.. . (V N V Pa K A W .1 A S S 4", in W Cramp A Sons i HONDS "i n lias A E r, . 91 ) Am Hv. f. 1 1V-1 Kb' A Pen Tr 4a . to i 11 ) Kinnt Hint rias ,'s o.; p.'O Heist Tel 1st 5s so; lioii I,eh Nay enn 44a 102 1, 102", 10;i. id i4 ..it.fl i, urraei t,, luoi I'.t', icic, li. --i i,en lai -Iran i.s ina-. Mti r.nna feu t,s ptoi p.nna ,-on 4Hs i;ii 1'nila r.lei' 4, . :, lOnsl Rea.lln? gen 4a mu Iftfsi lleadina J C 4a 97 1M0 t-pan-Aui Iron 's to; 9", 3 l 71 tit! 3', Ml, 411, 2 19 t'. 7'i Th's I031, lli lil X, 4f 4', 'i n. 41', 43', mi; is 41', 4, !'. '. ! H'. June July AII2USI -eiitember ill lolier Noi ember I let-ember .... laiuury rVbruiry Mirch April May 41 I 42 f. 4 f 31 f.01 4 70 3 I.', f. S4 f 04 4 71 ft 32 42 f. S7 ft 94 4 , 4 70 IM IM 410 Clea- Inr close r-3iit.'s f, 43 s 31 r. j(fl( 4i ' 4Uif. 42 33tiJ M .'. 2411.', : 4 9i-.3 on 4 HI I 71 4 49'i4 SI 4 I-'1I4 2 4 f.Hfl (.'. 4 31134 ft fsii Lire fltni-k MnrUet. i Ifto voc, 10s: 1 IM VI 10i: 91 psl 10.; HI. day closed with a banquet at the Hunt- Irer er's Island Inn. Among the guests were Joseph French f li i Johnson, dean of the nchool of commerce, f- 4". , New York University , Prof. Henry A, jiJJ Seager of Columbia University: Henry I, ;n Hruckner. lit-jiresentatlve In Congress :7 from The Bronx; Abraham T. Hardin, J I", vice-president of the New York Central Jj! Lines; Ituel W, l'oor. president of the 4 i (iarneia .national nanK , wauer i rew, ( 4tw) jutt. nrew it - ' ' , presmcni oi ino v.irii r-xcnanne inihk ; J A. Itrown, president of the New Netherland Rank : A. St, McKnlght of the McKnlght Realty Company , Randall Salsbur- of the Title Guarantee and II. C Carpenter of SaJea .i Am w OI Maeh fa-. p Am w ci Mh pf l.io, 20 Crucible .... 30 Caney Hirer (Ia. :.t 279 lnd nrewinr .... 3S i.v i.a one i a . ri ixine Star r.as. . . 33 Mfr. 1. A II ... lio Nit Fireprooflnr '. 3C. Ohio Fuel . 4!', 11 Ohio Fuel Oil ISO Pitt. Ilrewuir . f.', 290 Pitts Hrew , . ;i 2il P.tt. PI ite 1,1 lii, f Pure Oi' . v. J frti Ho.. Minim ". in 1' S Olaa. -. a, 10 V fs Steel (I 111, VC.stlnth A 11 1.17 270 Wea'lnjhoti.e F.l r.4 HO.NTis ( Tne Open. High. Low. Clea. ing est eat lnt a.1 f.i', i.i 40 IJttl, 19', ' H M"4 s 4H, 2f,ct (4 AAV S M 4l, 17 1'. ir.', 19'. if ir foi, r-a, 111, !', (1, r,i, 21 rsi, 19'. It. (, u 137 lM, BUSINESS TR0UBLZS. 10JT. 10.T. 101'. ioi, toi', joit, imt, ll'ai, l";.i, l't. inr. V34 '3', 91S 9".l. 97 97 10? 10J 9 '. 9" 1". pusl Stand Oia i E fa inoi, jaoi, inoi; ifs,i; lo."-) United Hy Inv fa 70 70 70 PUBLIC UTILITIES. TPKSI14Y Jun. ft.f.lpta of b..v. w.r. 497 li.nd, nearly 1)1 eonslrn.il f,i .Innrh, .r.r- Th... n-.. no trad. In live eutti. Th. feeiinr wn Trust Company: ni'. nut si.idi- with moderate orrlia'-i, Cliarles I Harney Co, ; J. W. K. Ben- ."nAVrinii;-' v :::: ' enB,nr;r nf t,"e,bor- nnlie st. I7blii- for lili..i. and ribs . oiirIi of The Bronx; Prieton l. Lynn I. 'file for chucks and plates I of the John Wsnamaker Store, nnd Capt. Ilerelpts nf calves were ti( 1ied. Includ itlfltnril D Corner riiiclneers I'orna It Ing 4 61 for the market Demand ,,i '"""" -ornfL i-ngmeers i. orpa, u. a. tu. and price" wr full sternly dun l " innii lo irlme veals .ild at Pit $12 7;. pe- ...... if" Hi. . 'ill's ami tiirowouts a ss -i ( n skim milk rapes at Is Pressed alves stead) city dreared leuis sold at I". lilsn 'iinirv dress.d at 12i,iM7r Hecelpta of .luen nn.l lamb. w.r. s.ioo head. Including 14 car. for the tnarl ei I ambs w.re in fair demand, but price, 2"--lower, sheep e.is . learMngs almost nominal i ommon to prime .ne.p i.we.i soitt WANTS MOTHER'S CARE NOW. Tli Westchester Electric Itnllroad re. port, for the tir.t tin., mouths of the current year gnu. en nines of 112ft, .11(1, as iiiiipar.'l wlili 11 14 fur 111. sam. period Itlch Bny Who Itnn vrnr Prom Her rhanicrs Ills Mind. flenrge Ilenry lyeffler, the "poor lit tle rich boy." who left his mother's J-. 50(JC 73 per 100 lbs ; ordinary to choice i,m 1913 wnPn on)v j; yn, oI,, lambs at lio SOftll 7. a fe-r unshorn ,bt 1,,. .,,,.Mi. .,. ,,,' ... ..' la.t year, ami net cimlnta of J2.X!'"1, as 1 elu.llng lurtiy half 11 cir for the mar aralnst IM403 Th.r was 11 deficit for till, period nf 12d. in:i, aa compared with a dclliil of 120,444 fnr last year. All of the nut .1 iiml In g ,"-t mortgage ft per e.nt bonds, iiuu ..daily to July I. 1027. of the HeiMu liner Power Company irnr .'. i'i! i-icii'ii inr paymeni on .UI 1 l.uftlll.. n, ,11 T1P.....1 ni.tlt.,.. .u.l.. jl 10-iT13c, a few clmice w ethers .eliiig at , fm-etl to return until .Supreme Court li,i ; jlreaae.l lambs eiklcr at I6i:0c . a' Justice Jnycnx ordered him lo do so as fi cy at 21c. result of habeas enrnus tirnc.iMllnins Itecelpls of lings were 3,334 bend, In I ,,,, .,,.. , v,.,.,' .'.. let reeling was weak .Mile, w.re at 1 petition submitted yesterday to Sur 9.i5S!9 9o per too Iba.. with ruugh, rogate Ketcham In Brooklyn, asking that selling at 54 jO. ithe mother's guardianship be made permanent. His estate, lnherltml fmm lit. v.iih. Altbourh ntlc-es rallied In the lat.r tr,d. ...i... 11..... t mi i ...1 .... 1,,- n li.. i'n,,..,ll.ll..l I-,.. I, ...... ...i.T. l."'"-i. in.. leiriuc-r, 1 t'SUIlllliril ai Cnnanllilnteil F.irhnnae. "K"',?. V.'J.'.'I'r.'a ""' ' ' umlVrtl " li.X" hi i. Ml 'e'adlnglVio", I Jnn.Onn In p'ersonalty and nn Income of Idaho iJ H I ml ilowermi.,rLeri,,bn.rd!;I ' PVTnUy eiicountsred which chei.'ied Js.SuO from real CHtate. Mrs Alblerson, K:'' W,Vrn.eullV.r I'oimiiiiiy, iirgan- I '!,'". bc!'uni'i'"he!i( i- ,,Uliir tl"j.,""ts7:-An:,t: t,,' Hc!;",", w'ro l.sd by liiierest. 1. 1 c n 1 1 tl r ,1 iih the Elec- Vi'Tine .liiir weakiVisa cratiled temporary letters of jruardlHii- irn- nt.ii.i .nu j-uarn Lomiiaiiy. Mercantile Mirlne pteferred npened at snip oil Tsnvemiicr IS, 1912, A year It Is said that Eastern Innk.ra Identified 0,, nn nvernlsht decline of i, of u point j Inter, Ills mother having remarried, IM. cimnseii nanus. leaning was me must active stock, wllh more tlmn 14.000 slmres dealt In it npened ut lOos, and then advanced tn Ut3i, but II clo.ed nt 101. The fact Unit llie annunl meeting of the company wiik clieiu.i f,.r lai.r lu the day wn, aiui'iienllv utlltzi-il us m ba.is r... ii.. company. The remaining tf..14u,iMHi I. to ick a eirly advnme American 11.. i I 20 per cent, on the common slock nnd be given to the present n.cr. in imnds sugar, nfler npenliiB m iij, which wna 1 un rxtra dividend nf IR n,.r ...m n.i nf the ii.w cfimii.11,1 The sale nf in. n,r... '. nf a polnl under I. i lo.lnr .iri. .... . exira nn itieiin oi is per i ent oti the roada carries with II llie Sail Luke iVr 'Honda, inlinnced to S21 1, a new hlr.li i'-""H "". "' niioiunn io ino regular and Humberurr e i-ctrlr- lines tinil Oadeii, l.iran an. I Idaho llallrnad Com pany The u'e nf -li... threo properllis will Involve 17.!ll"isi In cash and bunds, of which amount IP iihii.iiiiii . m be paid In i cash lo the present owners, wllh the pilvl- 1 lege of rHlniesiIng ns much aa tln-y ileslro i oi ine sum in ine iitiiiti. ni ine consniiiiatetl .Mrs. .Mnry Loef.ier nf S04 Jefferson ave- j nue. four Porto llli-n Kuuiir Dlvldenda. The Pouth Porto Hlco Sugar Company lias declnied an extra i-iiili dividend of mlnal Compani, wlitcli nivn. fruiichls.s and a tsrmlnal In Halt laike City. The American Public Utilities Company already central th. Utah nai and Cog rein pany. which supplies artificial gas tu Malt laike CHI. fur lis lunemt.nt. but II i'Iok.i! at ail. i',. I riiiiirterU- dlvld.iwb. nt tit nn .1.. In,' fnr Hi. ,lt.v r-r...ll.l. u...t ... ".". ' ' " . - I v.... tiif mi early liiinrovenieni it nn.n.a ., .iucrerreci ana ft per cent on the com but then advanced to MH, It closed, ho! ci r, at It, nion, All of the dividends are pa.iiible mi July l to ftuckholderM of rccprl on i June 17, 191. TTAHLi: PHILLIPS COMPANT -A rtt tlnn in bankruptcy ha" be.n filed again. t Wahl., Phillip. Company, manufacturer nf lighting fixture, at 10t Park av.nne The fompap. n id. ,n asslrnin.nt on Momlai I.i 1 1.1 i l -. nre J'.nnoo nd l. set. IZh 000 Flll'li H.MlltETT pinmb.r nf 134 Es.l Ninny. fourth ir.t. ha, fll.d a petition In bankruptcy, with llabtlltl.a K.95H md ass.t. 1231. S4M1T.L COI.IlllEHO .il.stnan, ef jaj St John's airmi. Th. Bronx, hs. filed a petition n lunkruptcy with I, bin Ilea 12.111 and no assets Appointed Special .Heater AMEIUCAN HEAL ESTATE COMPVNT Judge Hand appointed (ienrga C Holt special master to hear an examination of the.- ofTi, .r, Elward li noynton. lir.sldnit. lVlllam I) itlnekley, ilea, president , Aust'li I Habfnrk, vice ureal. 1. in and ire.i.ur.r and I'lar.nc. S Shunwaj ..er.tiri Ths receiver, were also atittmrU.d to earn- out a con tract wllh I're.lerie Taler for ths ale nf prnp.rty on Alta acini. pjrk inn, for M.ooo To Continue Itustiires. PICTPHi: PLAVIIOCSE lil.M CO INC .ludae Hind aiitlmrlzstl Prancl, n ppletnn. Jr. recelier. tn continue busi ness it 71 Wesi Tn.nl) third stt.et. un til June I'.i wii.n th. a... I, will l .obi as a golni: fit .-n Hiinkriiiry Srhrdiilra, STAND MID II 1 r BLOCK Cil INf, of llir. Mer. sr sir.. I l.liibllll f 2 -. t. T. T and assets s II.', The imii,aiiy also has a policy of J - .00 un the tile nt cut,, II. I. De.w mines. Ilcilzman Cohen A Co are ...cured creditor, loi in.ono, anj the (juillty Hut Cnmiiany of Montreal $1,000 nn exi'liango nf notes ItHil MM) Diim: NciVlil.TV SHU', IVr Women', appirel. f-,2 Hrnadnay, Ha. blille, ;,e;u nn.l .iss.t, $l.:i77 Aa.lgnmenla. ,'l.',N,'fi nTi? . IN' '''-'"f I" millinery at I4ii Third aienue nnd 1621 Plrst nienuc. asslgnetl to Heiijuniin nrer I he Ilrm wn. Incnrpotai on Nnveuiber la. K' 1 4. with capita: .tii.k 1. 000 Mol. lie Kaplan la president ami Benjamin I rank secreur iiml treisurer JOSEPH NAIMIL. Iiailina as Hie Superior Apron Company, nl W7 Spring street, assigned in ilmirge II Hosenbaum .I.I.I.i:il . STENEK composed of Fred, crbk Y,f -r ml Inseph ' fumek, " i i ii j a. cnue, ,. 'I. - . JiULlll, !l annKD MnitTn.i;r. With nam. an I addres. r- j..i.. tnrnei ' "2I ST n . 100 e lad:on . ( Th Meany Klty '"orn -n s ir t Ju'y 2, 191. titty. T ! w a v . t 10TH AV. l-3 . Sadie E iMI.i.i Boston Hnad, tn The Ebh'nc i . t'o, 740 .t Anna a li.c '( i Euxene Colin, 71 Bwav I TH t-T, inr. W .Inn' Latn.v... 1 ann to Helen Voumin, an! --' Orange, ,v j, Apr 27. !305 3-, I.aimbe.r. 299 Bw-ay ) 1HTII ST. 2 E- lllnnti (,ofa. . tn Centra! Trust Co, Aug 1. Jolln. 1. A It ... . t MTII fT. 42 W Pannle r-s. .- . M'b st, to Equitable t,f. .. r, Society of V S A. atlv. a',... flreen. 120 Bwav, . . . 141TH ST. e ., 450 w Am.ter.1at. s u Ji'ier a B.rnhelm.r :n ' .1 to Helen lUmer.hl,. P n edmri .Tna Hamerah hk J-m. . atty, The TIH. In. Co way .... . t AV A, a eor 2d st rurs 7' n 202 l W 1 9 In beg- T' e -.- kiimer. Ice Mfe Co 1 1 li . Life In. Co, Men 2S I9"J a" s ' 1 A II 2 Hei'tnr st ' CANAL ST. 351. J.1S and n Its' . Head ll.lt.. Ine 1.1 Pw. Ev.rit Macv o-. nine '. i .. -' trata. wilt t.-nrt'l'ne ' l77! attv, L T A T i l ' way ... t 1.11 PK.VBI7, Manhattan, cnEnnr fT, n, n., i:..,r, v 413 r.. Wiltr si ?l n .. K.ios.i .li si, 3', Mil it st, 3' and ni'i.r o-i" st - -xtOO. got. .U"t.s II tru.. ski Xnnli I Kir. ' : ! ' atl)-. C II He eke-, SP ST, 332 E L'lMi.r If,..i...-. sr. rntn Illty Co, li,.. .f -.- llltgel; MttV. H "-w e 3D ST. 334 E Jane V ll.'-. -c ruffl Hl'v f'o, Ir- e .' '- mtg.i. atty, II Si 7LST ST. a 1 17 U . r- a' Ju.l'is Ja'iow'i' tc '', 1 al l f "Tee" o sure nf imi;. ,. a" t man A- Krau Hrnni. LOT 101, man Van .Sen t'i'k tc Caorgs Wlldung act Va-ll ' et al (fore.-loaure of it at' Adams TIEBOUT AV, w . J0 1 s ! .' 75 2 Corporal. Mtg. in .-c Schramm i fnr.cloatn . of c II I) Patten VnltltlS AV. M ,7nn...s B . trust... agt Antil. 1 b'tV . linn suit l ; ott v. i- II in .. I'TEHHINS We. '- ..' .'124 9 J.ni I- I! "-'li ttv tc. Co It . . . ' Ml tC. I ill ' I It ft ' t LOT 357 map V im- ' V ' n- Ward -John I I r ' ' Knight et fi ,'. - ' i'f "' W Klein ORPHANS SEE CONFA' S SH.HTS Ttto Thnnannd 4 re Cin-.ls "t I 1 ntniiin1illt ( lnt,. Two tboiisand ori'bT t ' r nyliims ilsltcl I'.viei Is'', 1 ' us tlie gueals nf i'n I. "i2 I-' i ' v ''v liiolille Club Thej n't m I ' more tlinn '.'fifl aut.i ip.1 , . - ! I'luh nnd lis frbuiil" The children oicrr.n' 1 which was opened oniK . lit, saw all the sIi.iwk t liarnded. beaded 1.1 1 . John s Orphan .Vi ' i lyn Hebrew Orphn lunch at Velt man's icst.i i Mimed ciiiantllli'H of i c.llldy, iiniMji-n and ft ' ' i 1 -VII Re - n . rjir . - t'