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THE SUN
YOftK HKRAftPj ffQESDAY, FEBRUARY IT, 192a.
sssti:
F. .
1 1231 Broadway
"The World's Greatest Highway"
a pacific COAST
H Croiiing the Crdin Pacific Rockiei the Grandest Winter Scenery in America.
Seen I In- luxurious eomrortMains "with
comttrtmont'obMrvatlon cartviilnliie cars.
Viiit VICTORIA andiANCOUVER, B. Cvboth with hotel of MelrcpoIiUn sltndard.
Aik for dttcripke booklcl "G" and ddaili of fare and train lerviu.
ferry, General Agent, Pass. Sept.,
New York-City..
MTORESEES "
KEEH COMPETMONi
President at Oanndjan Ptcffic
Pisqusscf (ioVM ).myitf Gwn
etihtp. 61 Krtf Ironds.
CANADIAN BONDS
Govcnjnent TVIunicipaI-Corpordti6n
tOUGHT'SOLD QUDTED
In ormation c(,Any Canadian Secwities .Gladly Furnished
Upon Request
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with N.Y. Office.
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A Canadin Bank for Canadian Business
With 38Sjfinches located in all parts of the Dominion of Canada,
the Unioylnnk of Canada is in a position to-handle export and I
import bhess from the Atlantic to the Pacific. American im
porters alfxporters will find the New York Agency of the bank,
readv ancjble to handle their Canadian business efficiently and ex
peditious
fnion Bank of -Canada
388 Bran
in Canatf'-r
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Capital & Surplus
513,600,000
You i(7i
should
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for invii
AN AD I AN S
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c advan age of the exchange profi of 16 on I
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money in ianaaa ana sena your junas w us-
mm m Lanadlhn Securities.
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i 60 rf
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Headarters for Con
ventiorBanquets, Private
DancejtReceptions, and
Soeialtnts.
Serv Unsurpassed.
in Davidson,
"Manager.
Cableress " windreal" Montreal
Knowledge -of
Canadian
Finance
Tcgive you tax Idea
of the magnitude ,
and interest of Can
Ada as n field for
industrial develop
ment and invest
ment,' mite for a
copy of our1 Special
United States Edi
tion at Investment
Items 4 You will en
joy reading it.
Address:
50 fttWKrVKAllUJI
W, 1 M I T K.D
'Hud Offlet . MONTREAL
Toronto Halifax 6t. Johnilf.B. '
"A very Important cjiange In the
transportation altu'ntlori In dutada hint
Just tnlttri place," Artld TresMe'ht E; 'W,
Beatty of Iho Canadian Pacific Hallway
In Winnipeg a few rtayn ago.
"thin hin resulted fronr the udaeh
consumtiitlon bf a plaif for 'thoriiqUlsl
tlon Of the Grjlnd Trank and Grahd
'Trunk Fadlno Tiallay Companlca with
a view to their Ihcorjiorfttlon Into the
syMem of the National Hallways. In
due course 'fchen (h) legal rthd btlier
formalities havo been ulfllltd thla can
olldatlen will Uko plate .and tho tst
of the possibility of iuceesful admlrtls
tratlon of, a vast nygtern'of railway
undor tho iegl of tho aovernmont will
bo made.
''It lo probably the nidnt ambitious
arid comprehensive 'tnk whloh any Gov
rnment or any pe6ple hart taken- upo,n
themselven except temporarily and In
emergent nedesslty. It may bo a test'
over a period of years and the- results
may be expensive, but under honest
management, with independent nnd non
polltlCal administration, arf.l nlmvA fill
with Accurate Information 'supplied to
mo puoiio na to tno result of these
operations, the peopio of this country
l bo able to determine for themselves
whether that system Irf tho best and If
not wnai improvement shduld be made
"I make no comment on the wisdom
or otherwise f this further extension
or fioVernmenl ownorhin nf mit,...n;. i..
mo maucr nan hn ot
tied by the representative Of thft nin.
Pie. I am sorry, however, th.it a nitio
more time nnd Information were nofi
Kivcn ooin to mo people themselves and
their Parliamentary representatives, be
enuso I would have been better s.illBned
that tho decision then presented tho
view and desire bf ih vat
the people of this cquntry, especially Of
.in uuHincBs eommunitles, who havo a
particular stakd In tho railway sltuatlqn
ltutes ifllclent railway service.
"The decision has been-taken, how
ever, artd tho consolidated system will
be administered bv a
the Government, with experienced railway
uiwruiurn aim exeuuiivoN in Immediate
enargo or tne property, with Parliament
as la inevitable.' In. full contrnl nt ih
fluanclal support to be given, arid the
uovcrnment or tho day With full re
sponsibility for tho expendliures of the
'moneys votd for such purposes. The
result of this means that tlm
situation In Canada Is now completely
inaiujen. ana me country must depend,
for Bomo time at least, for additional
railway facilities, where needed, upon
the National Hallways or tho Canadian
t-acinc; because, with preponderates
mueage under trio control of the Gov
ernment, It Is not likely, that much cap
ital would be attracted to new railway
enterprises ror tho rewardB which such
investments might bring.
"Therefore I think It may bo fairly
mueu mat suon additional construction
as takes place within tho next few vckrs
will depend Upon the willingness of tne
national Railways nnd the Canadian
Pacific to appreciate theso needs and
their nnanolnl ability to meet them.
"This la a Situation WhlchMs without
parallel anywhere In the world, when,
a government owned and operated rail
way and a privately owned and Cpratrd
railway notgreatly different In the matter
of mileage, both with, of course, ade
quate credit, have In their harlds thef
almost exclusive right to remedy trans
portation Insufficient aU most puces
throughout Canada. It 3 true, I think,
that thla will provoke a highly com
petltlvo condition. How effective this
competition will be wllLdepend upon its
honesty and its fairness, if political
methods are to bo Introduced into the
competition and facilities provided in
accordance with political expediency, or
If political rewards' follow the- extent of
the support or otherwise which IS'
granted by Shippers to the National
Railways, then I should say tho compo.
tltlon would be unfair and of doubtful
commercial or national value,"
1(WI!Um if. n6bfe6ri at the Canaulah titub
last Thursday,
It It, nicliardson of Guelpli, Ont.,
Wao a guest of A. G. do Bhcrblhln at
the Canadian Club last riunriuy,
hast evening tho Canadian ClUlV gave
a tirlfllah dlnnet In tho grand ballroom
or the withwre. A feature was uw ex
hibition of n. VihninhliiV ndimlM from
James Oilver Cuhwod's dramatic story
Of the Canadian Northwest, "The niv
r'a End," glvn nhder thn tiupefvlsion
of Mr; Peter Grldley Hnitth. This pic
ttirt) Tas' presented througU thb oOur
tAy of Jlri Marshall A. NCIIan. It
brought out with thHIHng effect hn
Wti-Utlful scenery of tho Canadian
Northwest, lirtd the story Involved the
Koyal Northwest Mounted PollCfl of
CftAada. The musical oi-o-itftrnme. In
eluding the'Val presentation of an at-
llstlc song ballad Inspired the mm,
was, presented thrcugh tho courtesy ot
Dr. Woodend of tho Wntbreon, Berlin
& nyiler Coriipany. Vhen. tho picture
nftfl 'been shown the room was cleared
for idariclrtg.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur ihbwJon, Mr.
alid Mrs,- T. Chambers Hcld( Mr. and
wrs. v. Miinsteiicr nnd air. nnu sira
George A. 1'owern Will 'fjpettd tho comi
ing week end at tho MarlborouBh'Bie
hlm, Atlahtld City.
Tho fliineB rfvoW at the W.-ildorf laRt
Vrlday -evening by ta ladles' Wuxlllary.
or the British Great war Veterans was
under tho chafge' of Mrs. Murray Whit
ing Ferris' 'of the Vt'aldbrf; Mrs. Marit
Bheldon, WIfo of Ihe Australian' Com
missioner to the ttrilted Stated, of Hotel:
uu.iiuni, aim .rin. I I IllUUCICt Ul llVWi
Utargare.t,, HrbcAlyn. n. w,h a notable
Buccess.
NEW 'YORK-CANADIAN
PERSONALS.
r
WE OFFER
AT MU lNTKHEflT
WITH xiyt COJIIIOX
Pace Coast Collieries
LIMITED
SljOO er Twenty-Year Prior Lien
Jtitwttww ami Collateral Trust
GftMPdi to be mated, of which
J!to will be presently Jud. Dated
it ulUt. mm. Uua l: December,
r.EST payable .half-ymtiy. lrt
:I J.;I'1. December, at .any brtnett
ijiercnanu uanlc or , Canada, la
i4ujU Nay York City., and atltaa
tta 0Clt Bnk Lodoa.
UlMINATlONS r 00,s001.000
tltr" m 10 tcrlb so
iRDMAN & CO.
Mors Montreal Stock Exdiange,
Montreal.
'pnadian Government I
and
' MunicipalBonds '
I SAFER THAN EVER
'."'LVT" hlicheat in a jrcnerntlon.
I1n to blah prtc of v lm ,e
k aman lSdu?trlS "
iteming orrr on ttauiu.
.H.pURGES&CCn
riin.,fcatt.Toronto;Can?da
11 Jo'MM o TIip BVN AND NBW
ttMW 0O-J arcal poumuu
Hcnnj vour j0)t property.
'XJanada
and the
United States I
Investors In the United States
can purchase Canadian Govern
ment hY Victory Bonds at a
nriee nDDroximatine S85 to S86
per ,$100 bond, contrasted with '
tne price 01 $iuu paid by conser
vative investors and corporations
in Canada.
For Instance, tho 1919 Victory
.Lioamilond, paying interest half
yearly at 6 ,Der annurih.and
due 1934, -will give" the American '
purchaser a yield of over 7K
The 1919. 6 W . Victory Loan, I
due 1924, can Be purchased at s '
price to yield over 9.
r
Theso bonds havo behind them f
the entire assets of the DO-'
MINION OP CANADA.
t
Winans, Dickinson
U. If JtlllClICflU
LimifceH
Invatmcnt Banker ' ;
Dominion Express Btilldln:', (,
MONTREAL, CANADA i
V, i
.Canadian ,
Investment Securities;
CANADIAN'FINAHCiAL COUP.
,111, Bread way New York!
TeL nector J021.
General Interest -waa felt In the
observance on Sunday last at tho
Metropolitan Museum In this citV ot the
cne hundredth anniversary ot tho birth
of Susan B. Anthony. The ceremonies
centred about tho very artistic and 1m
presslve buBt bf 'Mrs. Anthony which
had boon previously presented to the
museum by Mrs. aiurray whiting
Ferris of the1 Waldorf a Canadian lady
well known in social circles in this city,
' Itobett E. ,M. cowle, vice-president
American Hallway Express Company,
("poke on 'Transportation nrtd tho
Unscrambling of tho Expresa Com
panies" at the luncheon of the Canadian
ClUb last Saturday.
Stany New Yorkers were Interested In
tho announcement that nt the annual
meeting of the Canadian Pulp and Paper
Association, just held in Montreal,
George Chahoon, Jr., of Grand Mere,
was elected president, succeeding Mr.
Bothwelli
Capt. Theodore TQ. ltoberts of Ottawa
was the truest Of W. Carman Rbberts
at tho Canadian Club last Monday.
William J. McOail of Kingston, Ont.,
was tho guest Of William ,M. I. Scmpien
at tho Canadian Club last Monday.
Mrs. E. Hastings of London, England,
wan the guest of Major W. W. SOden-
Itwin at the. Canadian' Club last Mon
day.
Messrs. W. S. Faulkner arid Arthur
Levy Of London were tho irucsts of
W. P.. Bullock at tho Canadian Club last
Tuesday.
Mr; and Mrs. L. XT. Campbell of
Grand Nern, p. .(J tvcto tho. guesta of
P. Kellogg at tho Canadian Club last
Tuesday.
Adam P. Smith of .Toronto was tho
guest of Mr. K. B. Fenwlck at the
Canadian Club last Wednesday.
I TVJtyan f Mbntreahwaa tho guest
ot Gen. R. Brutlnel atUho Canadian
Club last Wednesday.
Mrf-'S. Dornath of Toronto'waa thaguest
of Carton "Moorparks at tho Canadian
Club lasfWednesday.
A. J3. ferroohn 6f Montreal wan tho
guest 'bf A Janln at tlio' Canadian Club
last Wednesday.
Recent arrivals at the Hotel fieimont
Who rcelstej-cd from Toronto Include A.
E. Caflrhan. Lanca Farewell, G W
re"rrj'. Vf. IX. MnoMlllan. W. . uoforth
and A. C. Batlcii.
C. V. Caldwell and P. J. Coomb of
Toronto "Ttrere- among recent arrlValM' nt1
the Hotel Commodore.
Cnpt. antt 5ri. Gerard Garneau of
Quebeo'are staying at the Hotel Co'ftv
'modoro wlillo trending two weeks Ih
this- city:
Victor do Sauled of"Moritreal Is regis--
tercd at tho Hotel Manhattan.
Mr. nnd Mm J. D. Trensmart of Ham
ilton, Ont., aro staying nt tho Manhat
tan whllo visiting this city.
Jehn'GIbb of Winnipeg Is at tho Man-hattan.
CONSOlinAID: EXCHANGE.
Except for a few temporary rallies tho
market prr the Consolidated Stock Ex
change -Wan. lin,tT. unlllnir nn.liM
llifoughout yesterday's session. ' The
moterand -steel issues Vero offered down
reel and bA with nwn im An.
)iTM'4i slightly bttibr tendency at-tho
CtoKe, Hom 6f the other apoilaltlc'n atso
J6h ground heitviiy; Hushiese wan con
alderabty curtailed as compared with the
active trading at tho clone of last -week.
United fnhtcs Stool eold oft 14 to
.'v Mini viiMfi i vty i JtcpuDuo jrofi
JLarn
. vMilSCELLANEO'iUJS M'ARK&TS
ArmOur&tVifOntn
and Steet declined 2T4 'to101 nhd fcloaod I llethStcplCorp.,
HIlOltT TKIUt KOTKSi
Scrmitv, ltlo- .Duo.. Hid
Amt'ottoiiniictj.n font. .-'
AniTolaiTelCio..H
AraThreadl"o....n
AmTohacr'o.. .7
AMFMtiWiTit.. f
AinTohaccot .7
AmTolwccoCoj-. .a
AnnconilaConCoM
VhU. 1021
. 1IKW
Nov. 1U2U
NoV. 1W1
Nov. 13
Nov. 1U2:I
Jan, 10a!'
AKkpd
Wlk 07 it
OH 0ii
tmU ini
loo ioom
HKIJf 11)1 .'4
101 KM
ini u m
III If U.1l
at 1UI. OdolhlA hIrpI lnit IV. In
at which It closed, and Bethlo
hem Steel tf li to is which wait
also 'Iho closing prleje. American' Woolen
declined 3 Vo 124 : Ualdtvln Lbtfomoltvft
2 to 161X1. closing nt 107 U : Cohimbla
ampliophont) 3 to 39'; 'Corn rroducw
t tp is,- closing at 73i,
-
LIVE STOCK 'MARKET.
HoS.
S,2S
10,115
WBiSKMr HECElPTS.
J'TW C(y...,Xll7 5,8(9 15,0S
New York...,.'3,l3 1.M0 l.WS
Central Union, 3.U1 s 4.318
OEEVKfl necflpta, ,100 hUdt 41 cars
on ealo. E(fni opunrd alow, but later lie
matiA imprftvrt and clnicrt full atradyl
bulla land cows dull tc r -frtctlon lower.
IIl5''!r'," cleared. Common to
good altera told at It U pr 1M (bat com.
mh to choice bulla,, tftfll.SSi heifrt,
;li:.0,TS' T.Si; ilmaed beef 'steady at
l722c. pr 'ih. fur-patlvo ,iif$.
!?'. hy lb"- Rras. $13.50; 1 bit 1 1.
i S2" J',5; 'i'80. ,s-tfli 1 C0ft t.3J0,
."'jri ft Houseman; 1 Virginia
'rL 1.168. MJ.IJi t bull., iti. 8.50i 3,
JLtO: S C0W, UO, JJ.8 S, l,03l, I7.S0;
2. 800. 11 V'.... ,.. - rl . .t i . , , ,
strer. 1.1M. I13.0S: 2. djs. iio.4: 2 hull..
IR.IK? tf 1 Art C. mta U 't -a
Hhinnon.- 20 Virginia nteer., 1,2(0, tU,75l
jj-pouin i.-arolina, 1,217, $13.B0( 19. 1,023,
?i?-Jsi ,1 W 1.20S. W.S0i.2, 1.045, IS .
CanNorltwy . .
CarfNorltwy
Uinfarllwr..!. n
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(hlHnr&QlllKfDl
MCh. Ml
CuliAuiROtil In
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8
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1...,. 1 imi 111
July laVaa- f moir
July l.'a.T '! iS-
I'.i ll. . --
Aus. l.'at
Mar. 3,'sil
127
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July is.'aa
Ali, 1930
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Jan. mil
Sept. ItKJO
flrpt. 1921
Ht-pt, 102
Hept, 11W.I
Hnpt, 1024
Bi.Tit.lO.'SO
l'ch. 1U2J
.MontreAl n"rrl-als at the Belmont rc.
cently IncWdo W. F. Thompson. L. G
Ryrtn. D. S. HloSlaster, Maxwell GardW
ner. 1L E. Calder and W. T. Robson,
Sir Chilrlcs Davidson of Montreal was
at the Blltmore "Saturday en routo to tho
&oum. in a telegram to John McE,
Bowman, president ot the chain of ho
tels which Includes tho Blltmoro, whoso
recent statement upholding tho fnce
value of tho Cftrtaldlnn dollar Wmr widely
published. Sir Charles 'said : "You have
paid a trlbuto to our national hnnnr nn,i
dignity which' wb Canadians- deeply ap
preciate.
J. A. D. "JlcCurdy of tbronto nnd JT
Li. I'atenftude of 'Siontreal aro registered
at tno Biitmoro.
F. Vernon Jonoa of Toronto was tho.
guest 6f E, O. Chnmn at the Canadian
v;iuo iasi saiuraay.
J. Hamilton Feme, Montreal, was the
Kurnt 01 cj. t: iiunKonoru ni me uana
dldn Club last Saturday.
R, E. Calder of Montreal was the
guest of William T. Robson at the
Canadian Club last Saturday.
Messrs. ti". AV. Thorold-hnd II. M". Den
nis ot, London were tho guests of, II. -H.
Chlpman at the Canadian Club last Saturday.
E. C. Whlrmnn of Causs;Nova Scotia,,
was tho "guest of F. O. Creed at the
Canadian Club last Tuesday.
Percy L. Godenrath of Ottawa was
tho guest .of T, Chambers Rold at the
Canadian Club last Friday.
Alfred Nicholson entertained a party
of four at dinner at the Canadian Club
last Tuesday.
R. T. Cohley entertained a party of
forty-seven at luncheon at the Canadian
Club last Saturday.
Urnier Canada college Old Boys held a
reunion in tho main dining room ot the
Canadian Club, at the Hotel Belmont,
last night. After the dinner the Old
Boys accepted the Invitation of the
Canadian Club to join their danco at
the Blltmoro Hotel.
Telegrams were received and fiont to
simitar banquets In Toronto, Ottawa,
Montreal, Hamilton, Edmonton, Reglna,
Port Arthur, Vancouver, B. C; Wlnnl-
pog, Detroit and from London.
The guesta of honor wero Col. A. J,
Mackenzie of Toronto and Stephen Lea-
cock. Sharon Graham presided. 'Among
tho old boys nrcsent were F. u: Archi
bald. C. S. Band, P. C. Band, R. F. Baby,
Howard H.'Burnham. F. Campboll Bor
rows. Dr. O. B. Chndenedcs, F. de
Chadenades, Richard Lyon Cowan, B. M.
Crosthwnltes, Noel R. Dalton, Gerald
Donaldson, James S. Douglas, John V.
Drynnn Earlo Farwell, A. W. J. Flack,
Fred a. Gillespie. Dr, E. W. P. Goode.
Sharon Graham, .MaJ. Cleveland V. Hall,
O. n. McKay, ur. u. J. Patterson.
George Osborne Hnyne, John Primrose.
William Relman, J. Bhock. H. B. Tarbox,
Harvey A. wiuis ana x. Jtennara Thomson.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Edgecombe and
Mlsa Frederlca Edgecombe were among
those who visited the Canadian Club last
week.
Croncent IL J
O 1' 1 I1KT..1K.
riireha 1L.1(2
OalrtaSijr, 71
Onl-SIt- pt.103
tfial-Slff pf. 93
llllnbis n..lH
Indiana PI W
Ini Petrol., tfl
Nat TrannltZU
N Y Trana.180
NM-th 1 L.. 7
Ohio 3U
Pr Mex V.. in
riorea O Cp(i6
rralrlft OKOtm
rralrlo PJ..2J1
fieri',
J.' s.hl"tS & I'on: ll Pennayivanla ' Cl.e Mffe C.1W
ter, 1,015. M2.50! 9. 1.170. 11541); SI. ! Contlnrnt.il 47S
4. l.iso. tin' 11 ntT 10. - vi..iki. , nt
J12.80; f, cowa, 1,000, S,7J! 3.' 47, T.60;
2. 8IJ, 5'.S0. 8. SanOfra! 3 Pdnrmylvanla
"leers, 1.497. U: j, 1,034, ill) S Virginia.
J.22I. 113.-30; 20. 1,131, 12.18: 11, 9911.
Ill.tOj 17 State- ntr nnd hclfcra, 912,
110.32: 2 bulls l.Wt 71 viu-. o
JJ.-9J: 1, HSO, t!.40. KernaCohimiton Co.;
17 Mrglnla stseri. 1.131. 113; 20, 1,248,
112.90; 2 helfr, .1.058. f 12. J. O. Curlla
Poni-'4 eOWK, -J29. IS; 2, 30. J7.50! 25.
831. ,56.-75: II. 848. 15. -. n 11 MniiAh
Rtafford & Miller: 4 cowa. 940. 14.73; 7.
KOI, 14;
CALYKR-lWc Intu 1.140 ttnri! unn m
ile. SUrkot activo nnd 81 higher on
cverrtnlnc. The ortcrlnrs Kftn unM nut
Varly. Common to prtmn. vralu, I19W23
jir 100 lb.; culls, I1S4J18; common year
lings, 17; ordinary Weatrrn calrea, 111.50,
City ilred -veala higher, at !8o.W37 per
iw., i-uunxry arfbRcu 00., stenay, m joctf
33; country dfcsied barnyard and fed
calve. iQcdit,
Salsa. Kenti Commlmlftn fn-iaj vrals.
JI2 Ih. nveraee. 425; 34. 131, 124; 6 culla,
107, 118; -4, 92, 16; 12, 103. 15t 53 Tn
net vealt, 149, 120; 23; 119.' 113.
J. O. Curtis & Soar 79 veils, 139, I2S:
42. 111. 122,50; 9. 98. 120; 13. 94, 119;
I culla. 140. Ii 2 yearling..' 430. 47. '
8. Sandrra:jl9 Veal., 143; IJ5: 7, '9,
119: 4 culls. 120, 118; 41. 87, 117.75.
. Mullfn, Stafford '& Milter: 21 vi-itls, 139,
525; 9, 122. 824.50; 8, 130, f 24 ; 3, 110,
120; 11 colls. 7. 117.
Tobln & Shannon: -28' veala. 1 15. $24; 18,
96, 120; .fl culls. 72. IC.
J. Shamberc & Son: G3 veala, 135, 125;
12 Culla, 83, 1S; i Tennessee? veals, 136,
1-
MoPlnrson & Co.: 3 veals. 138, 123;, 4
155. 2l: 10 culls, 70, 16.
Myers A Houseman: 11 -Veala,) 112.' 425) 7
culls, 105. 111.
IKTCOconv.. 7
JDoldPatftCo' , 7
JOoldPafckCo. , .7
JDoldl'JckCq. . 7
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LMOLOUiaref. 7
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Molloel'lhwt. 7
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ivoc.tcfatnco. 7 Afar, mo
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lit, Wd of Ky..3S9
ffi 1KI1I of Neb. 471
101 Std of N J.,r,f
100 H of NJ pf .111
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100 Ifitil of Ollio.500
59 Rwan & r . as
30 I'ulon Tauk.107
190 ocuum ...380
101 WSehlnrton. 30
313 Sifted subsld
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550 "nil on'.'... 2395
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niter. 4Ha, July, low.. Ma
liter. 4(19. June. 1C5; , 93
Inter. 4HS Maxell, IJO.,,,, 95
Inter. 44a, Nov., US7.,,,.v. 95
Inlcr. 4Hs. May, lM7.;..i. 95
Ctiunn 4U, .193I.1932. 91
Oiiupoa 4ti 151Wln....,.tr
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Intor. 4 Via, March, 19CI..4. 90
IntPr, V4. March, 1962..I. 90
lnten 4't, SepU. I960...;. a
Inter. March; 1940-841, 90
Inter. 4. May, 1959 !. I
Inter, 4s, Nov.. 1958-. M
inter. 4i. Mar, 1957 M
KrgliilerM, 4., Kay., IJMAKT
llexlktorcd 4, Nov., I95S:.,, 8f
Horl.tcred 4s. Nov., 1936. .4, 90
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Inter. 3Hf, Nov., 1954. ...i. 78
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Pld.Aik,
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Coupon 4'is. 1924 19.U..,.,,.,. ...... 4.10
Coupon 414... 1920-192 4.50
KerUterod 2Hs, I9M-1951 4.80
Itegl.tered wso-iosj;.. 4.M-
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Ileglatfimi' coupon mi. J91J-19311. 4.80"
UOJIMOrWI 3, 1310-113:..
neglatered 3s, 19.i930..,
Uotiitered 3s. 1919-1925...
NBW VOBK STATU
.... 4.90
..... 4.90
..... 4.90
bonds;
4.50
4.50
4.55
4.55
4.55
4.55
4.55
4.55
4.55
1'orm, Hale and Miturltr. Bid.
Coupon 4Vj, Jan.. 1941 105H
Iletiatered 44. Jan.. 11,103
Coupon 4H. Sept., 1963. ...103H
Iletiitered 4Hk Sept., 193.115
Counnn 4Ui. March. 190S..1MV1
llegla. 4U. March, 1!W5,..,IW .
coupon 4i Jan., 1905 lW'f.
Reiirternt 4a. Jan.. 19U..J00,
Coupon t'if. Jan., 15f5;.,.10O',i
Coupon 4'ts, Jan., 1915,,,., 1C0
Coupon 4s. Jan., 1347..,,.-. 564
Coupon 4,'. March, 1967:...
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lieiifioreu s. iiou (,.-, L,anai wi ..
Coupon 4s, 19582, IIWJ.... WW
ltesTttorod fs. 1958 (2. JlwySS
Coupon 4s, Jan., 1918...... .,
Reglatercd 43. Jan.. 1914. a. 94 ..
Coupon 4... Jan., 1912...... WA
UeclaUrod 4s. Jan., 1312.,., 90'
MISCr.IiLANBOUS STOCKS.
1
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Yield
Ak.Abeut.
108
108
98
98
4.10
4.10
4.0)
C. TvV Edward of 'Montreal -was tho"
giiesl of Hj L. Orkln at the Canadian
Club last Thursday.
, G.; A. MpGrath of Ottawa wns the
jruest of J, a. Gillespie at the Canadian
Club last Thursday
Messrs. "W, C. Bradburn ot Edmonton,
Y. AvMcLoamof Toronto nnd J. B. Jor
dan of Kingston were the guests of
Onion Bank bf iCana'd.
Aids Friendly 'Exchange
. , -pnOBABLT no single item In
J: the Union Bank of Canada's
L international .advertising' Is
more . important than the -weekly
appearance bf un advertisement over
our own signature in- the Canadian
Section of'Tnc Sun and New York
HxaiAlo. It serves a dual purpose.
Tho advertisement tends to keep the
New york-ngencyof the Union Bank
of Canada before the New York
reading public, and specifically that
portion which Is Interested In
Canadian affairs, and It extends o
measure of support to the euleridld'
Canidlan-Amerlcon programme of
us Sun .Also iistf York IIekalu:'
"About a year ago this newsDaner.
whfch has- always been Interested in
a broad way In Canadian affairs,
embarked .upon the Idea ot further
cementing Canadian-American rela--
llona. socially and economically. Tho
very fine -work which has bcn ac-(
compllshed from an editorial view
point naa. rccoivcu tne commendation,
and appreciation ot many among our
outstanding public spirited Cana
dians, 'Tho maintenance of existing good
relations between the two neighbor
countries and the .Increasing, of It by
every proper means, is very rrjuch to
be desired. The Sun and Nbw Ypaic
HxaALtB mission JalAIng carried ont
most admirably," 1
"From n full page editorial In -the
current lsue bf the Union pahk 0 j
Candda 3fonth(y.
a ,
fiiiBEr ash iJAMnsfc-nec-eipts. 3.H0
head; H cars on sole, Mrltet'aetlvt and
utrhng. Common to fair Sheep sold at
13a?12 per 100 Ibs.Mno wether.; ycarllncs,
I15M17: common to good Iambs, !19?23;
culls. 115017. Dretsed 'mutton quilt nt
20W28c. per lb.; dremed wcthdra .nlnVost
nominal at 27c; dressed lambs higher at
3St40c; Country dressed hothwlta Iambs
steady at 4BSJ16 per carcass.
sales Town ft snaniion: :a.i unio
ambs. -73 lbs. average. 812: 23J. 40. 132.
tS. ganders; 198 Ftato lambs, 74. 12.1; 15,
57, (22.50; 2 yearlings. 85. 115. Kerns
Commission Co.:R State lambs, 86, I22.50J
. 80, 120; 200 Ohio. 65, 122; 2 culls, 60,
lia; 4 sneep, xzv, eiv. .w enamDerg- k )tni
22 Pennsyliranla Iamb., Tl, 22; 2 cheep,
1(5.113. Myera llouman! 14 rean
sylvanU lambs. 80. 32. J, (7. Curlla A
Bon: 36 State Iambs, 14, 419; 3hep, 118,
112; 3, 77, 89.
noOR neeelpti, (,170-had; 1i enr.on
tale, iieniiim weigma ana pigs sieaay;
bthers 50c. lower. Light to medium
weights sold at 818.50 per 100 lbs.; pigs,
114; heavy hogs, I1S.50; roughs,! 1S.
Country dressed poth; unchanged at IS
33c. per lb. Mr' heavy to light weights.
Sales J, Shamberg & Sen: 44' Pennsyl
vania hots. 113. IK.50. S. Bunders; 44
I'-nnsylvanla hogs,, 135, 116.50: 2 roughs.
270, ?13. TODin nnannun: is 1'enneyi
vania hogs. 112, 116.50. Kern Cotnmla.
tdun Co.: 61 Btatc hogs, 129, 116.60. Mc
Phcrson ft Co.t 32 8tat hogs, 14C, 116.60.
Live Btock Mnrlseta In Other Cities.
CINCINNATI, Feb. !. Hogs--necelpl..
10,000; steady to 25c lower. Heavies, 114.50
0 14.7! good to rnoice, pacuers ana amen-
era, 15W15.75; common to cnoice, iw
12.23; piga and lights, 10ffil5,76; etagi,
tsn. '
Cattle ltccelcla. 1,900: steady and Un
changed, calves steady, 164720.
SheeD neceiDts. 400; Sheep nnd Iambi.
steady and unchanged.
KAST JIUl'ifAlA). fcd. t. (..an ie tie-
l-QIIJIB, 41.UH, KVUU. l.wi, , vu,tw v,u,i,
Shipping steers. I13M5.50; butchers, 9j
iz.75; yearlings, ikvh; neitcrs. uf iu.u;
cow., 14(110; bUlls, I7W10.60; atocKera and
readers. 6f10.tS: fresh cows and spring.
era. 68170.
Calves -Receipts, loo; toe. tower;
Hon necelnts. ' 4.800: heavy. 60cJll
higher; light, steady to 28c. higher. Heavy,,
lU.SOdHl.tO; mixed. 1C.50(M7; Yorkers,
light do. and pigs. TlTir.lS; ranghs,
lll.50ftl4; ataffs. tltt 10.50. "
Sheep ana utmos lieccipts, a.oov;
lambs. 28c. higher: others, 50c. higher,
umba, 112(723: yearlings, llltftO; weth
erSc 115.60e7K.60: ones. ' 16016: mixed
beep. 11547' 15.60.1
EAST ST. MJUIS. Feb. 16. Hoes Re
ceipts. 27,500; unevenly 25 to (0c. lower;
top 218.50. Bulk, 114.25015; heavy Wight,
114314.50: medium weight, I14.50&15;
light weight. !14.90(H5.25; light lights.
tl4.75jiyj.10; heavy packing sows, smooth.
11.501" 1.75; paeKing sows, rougn, aizv
12.50; Vsa, lllJTUO.
Cattle- IReceibts. 7.-500: steady to 25c.
higher. Beef steer.,' medium and .heavy
weight, choice and prime, 114016: medium
and good, lldI3.7Sr "common, 49W10.75;
light Weight, good and Choice. -112016;
common and medium, I1.60O12; butcher
cattle, heifers, 7,2614,50; cows. 17.25
10.50; runners and cUttors. 50: veal
calves, light ami handy weight,. ll17.50;
feeder steora, 1.60tP12; atocker ateera, 17
1(10.50.
Khi.en7lecelnts. 180: steady. Lambs. 14
fpbUnds do-n, I11.S0O21; culls and enm-
mon, ill.ltV", yer,iu8 woiiioro,
19; ewes, medium bnd choice, I10O18. 50;
culls and common. 1809.
' KANSAS CITY-, Feb. K.-Hogs-rnecolpta,
II. 000; market S0C lower. Hulk, $11
14.60; heavies. 140H.75:"medlums, 114.10
Oil. 75; 'lights. 114914.75; packing- sows,
111414.76; Plg 1104J15.
Cattle--ttecelpls, 11,000; strong. Heavy
beef steers, choice am! prime, 114,21015,75:
medium and Rood, 412.J514.25; Common,
19.80 H 12.25: light "weight, good and choice,
III. 60014.75; common And medium, 8t?
11.50; botcher cattle, heifers, TfMl.;5)
CDW8, S6.yupu.-3. vuniiura. unu culler..
35.1504.90; veal calves, 1114716.60; feeder
Bteen. $1.604I5: Itockar Bteere, 16.35(p
19.16'
fiheep-Recelpts, 7,400; steady. -Lambs,
117.25020: culla and common, llionf
yearling wethers, 15.60Ol; etfea, I10.6tj
13.25; culls and common, I5.254J10.25!
breeding ewos, USOHj'foeder Mtnbs, 415.25
Q18.
rFTTTSBUKfl. Feb, 18. Cattle lower: suo-
pty, 90 cars; prime, I13.75014.2S.
Sh.iP ttsaar; i'-'SP!? tea- Jlasila dscSi,
Prime wethers, 114016; Umbt, 1120231
veal calves. 120031. ..,. '
llora lower; nuppiy, uv uouo aeexs.
l..dtBa mediums. he.VV Ynrlr.
ers. light Yorkers and pigs, I16.T6V17;
roughs. IllOlWO.
CHICAflO.'Feb. l(.--nogi Tlecelpti. 48,-
000: eitlmated to-motrow, 20.000; weak to
25c. lower than Saturday. Bulk. I14.1SO
is. inn 111.55! heavy. 114.2EU14.lI5. m,.
(Hum. 14.501S; light. I14.S5015.3S; light
lights. I14.504K15.10; heavy pabttlng sows,
smooth, tl3.26013.78; packing sows, rough;
12.75(f n.l P'a". .w..
cattle Receipts. 14)800: esllmited to
morrow, 18,000; Arm. TJef steers, medium
and heavy weight, choice And prime 114.75
otus' medium and good. 311.50ai4.-73!
common. 19.254111.10; light weight, good
and choice. I12.60O1 J.lOrcarmniln and me
dium. !.7tO li.t0; butcher cattle, helfera.
XS.40J? lit cows. fC.4Q011.7S; cannera and,
cutters, 8504.40; veil calves, II5.7SOir.25;
feeder steers, S7i51Oll.S0; stocker steers,
16.15010.25. . .
Sheep Receipts, 2C',O0O; estimated to
morrow. 12,000) alow. Ijimbs, 14 pJiUrids
down; IlltflU call' and common. 114.100.
17.75: ewes, medium, good and choice, ll
018.75; cull and common, I6O10.60.
Am Orar ..120
Am Cigar pf. SO
A Tob dv noplSO
Conley Foil, .271
O W Ifelmo..l60
O VT II pf... 97
J 8 Young.. .121
J S Y pf 35
MacA & Fb.lio
" Zx dlridend.
TOBACCO STOCKS.
Did. Ask,
127
87
1371
321
Porto It-A T.128 138
a J Rcyn A. ,515
It J rtcyn B..400,
n J Kern pi ..101
6Wntr Leaf..,.. 105
lot univ Lear pi,i:5
135Woymaii-I) ...135
looiWcyman-il pi. 96
IKt
Am Cran 28
Am Cyan pf. 52
By Prod 107
Casein Co.... 47
Bow Chcm...J00
Du P qi pf 7
Ke-t Chem..,.lO0
Ted awn pt . .
.rafsrlll i.,.160
Crasseuii pimcoi
i
CltEMldAL STOCKS,
Did. Aik
Did; Ask.
33 Hdok Eire.... 65 75
. 57 1160k l:lcc pi. (6 75
UJIKy Solvay.,.. 90' 115
63 Merck & Co pf 92 f6.
..IMerrlmao ..... S2
JUIMuIford Co,., 53 M
10SNiag Alk pf.. 33 100
100 riemet A 165 175'
170;Soltr Pr6c 190. .,'!
id
Did,
Am Chicle.. 71
Am Ch pf..
Amala Lth. 60
A latir Hi. 89
Am Whole
sale, Co pf 96'
Am Mfg.. ..165
Am mtc pi. as
Am M & F.100
Am Tj-po F. 4i
Am T V pf. 87
A- D T N J. iS
Atlfli P C, 50
I)trnh Droa .
U Spin 1 d 80
IJlirnh llrox
& Snln 2 n 70
Bof O JtllltilO)
Dor C M pf 95
Btieh T pi.. 71
Cllr Invert. 7
Celluloid ...145
Chlldi Co... 84
Child ,pf., 91
Crk W nf... 97
B I, A W CC J60
Draper Crp..l
Ilth It l pf, 96
Int RIIv pf. 92
U Y C 8, 83
79
81
68
97
97
175
91
u
9t
35
75
lit
100
79
72
153
91
98
101
170
117
100
96
85
Did. Aik.
Lima Loo pf t 99
Nat- Catketi-.lIO 1M
Norron 1 pt. 10114 lW'-i
N J Tt nw st.OT 265
Nwn Lth nf 99 101
O'Neill bf... 91
P Jones Corp 37 61
P J Corp. pf 90 93
t'neips. U....230. ;50
Pratt it W p 95
It 'Hera A Co 18
R II & Co pf.M
Uv llalcl'tlr,!!;
nv li l- pi,, w.
Saf II A L.. t&
singer MIg. W
stern in- pi.
St L R MAP 40
Stoll CU Pf..l02!iia-.
TPCUO IIW..93 100
V llaalto Co
Ino 27
VRCo Iiic pt 77
Valvolino nf.100
West Kerr 60
v. o Kerr pi 80
WO Pf. . .100
S B Wsrrcn -
,pr- pref.
2.1
90
145
91
Gi
155
47
43
.Rl .
86
103
Yale Sc T.i
, 302
.2(5
103H
275
SCOAB STOCKS.
Did. Alls: Bid, 'Alk.
Card-Am ... 18 22 June Cent.. .110 ico.
Card-Am pf 70 W Mat-Am .... 10 13
C Aguirre.. 77 80 JIat-Ara pf.. (0 ;o
Central u... 18 23 Michigan ... i-jj
Central' pf.-. 63 CO Nattoturr....no la
Falardo ....142 1(6 N NlqUero...225
Federal .,..105 110 S Cecilia ...-S0 gj
Gt VTeit ...409 ' 4251 Savannah .. 38 40
nt West pt.HS- 119 Savannah'pf.'S9. tl
GuanU'mo. 72 76
America
Atlantic Ill
Am Etch .'.35 206
lattery .r.S 22J
uuery 420 ...
ljryant rrk...lM 160
u'ay Ca im 1(0
i ronx Nit 150 160
mien u .
Chase 440 415
iat & r ,o ?20l
Cfielnea Ex.. ...125- ...
Jhemlcal ,.6n) 690
-iiico .-vat 250 ng
Hy ,375 385
f-oa! 4 Ironn5 .1.
Commerce 221 '215
Vnoniai .,.,,..150 ..
Continental ..,.120 .,,
fclombla 175' ,.
Corn Exeh 4(5 ,v
Cosmorolllan...iio ..,
Commercial H..4U ..,
flmmonwith,2i5 225
Cuba ho ijo
Esat niver.-.:.lK v.!:
Jllth Nal.,ia,.166 .J46
Fifth Ave...fN..
First Nat m 9S0I
IToreJin 'St B..100 lis
nid.Ask.
tlarflrlj Nit.... 235 241
Rotbam
Greenwich .
Harriman.
Hanover ....
Induitrlal ..
Iron k Trad
Wlierty II 400 4M
Uncoin . ... .,273 :as
lt.ir.hit Co,.,,. 250 ...
Mech & M.. .,,.450 4(1
Metropolitan , .3W 149
Mcrchaals ..
New. A$Ncth
n V nf a...
N Y Co
Park .. , ,.
Padflc.
Produce KX....J7S
Public. 330 ...
Btaboird 650 7fv
Second IM iS
State 210 ...
?3,1 U'firrf im US
United Klales...im IM
UDloi Ex. ... 1'5 lS
waih lite,...., 125 .
Yorltville ... r,i ...
.200 211
.n ...
.170 400
.13) 410
,205 ...
n tc Trid....(90 61t
Irving Nt.,.M.'t 3
130
..213 254
2O0 210
,.4(0 M
125 1.16
.,750 770
..IK
meludes one-half ahate Irrinr Truit.
TRUST AND SURETY CO.Vl'AMESV
Dld.Aak.
.... .
'a.w
r.a
llld.Aik.
wrera T .. 1,7 ill
Llccoln Tr 175 .
Mttronalltan .-55 iai
,5Itie Dond. ... H 91
Mu T of y 105 125
JlltlUfac-fS ,1( .
Mer T 100 ...
Nat .Surety. :oi 2i
Alliance ....
Am .Truat".
Am lSurety.,.,. 71 71
Bankers .... 375
Ilond & Mtge,,229 0
Ilrooklm Tr...M0 615
Central Union., 420 '430
Columbia 245 351)
vwiomcrciar ...its ...
Empire TrUM.,100 ...
Eou'tshln 7.01 ie
Farmers LAT..430 .4UI
franklin ' ,...210' 2TJ)
rnnon
Guaranty u,
Hamilton 255 26(1
lludion T.,....l50 170
Kings Co (10 665
Lawyers 31. ....im m
Sea n: ". 'Tiiio & itft. Co,
tOwna all ,'AniericanJTrott Co.
rciiuCf vCTim ixa.
Sale. . , High. Low. Bid. Aki
SlOCIllct Scrrico S.,365 359'i 341 374
1670 Cities. Service p.. CS'i 671, iH 70',i
3353 Cities Ser pf B ,, 7U 7 7?
4463 C 8 banl-m.,X., 39H 31 39 ;a 40i
u o ucDcn u. ...... .tui 'jy.i u;i iui
JOY L I 4 Tr 730 750
NiwYork Tr :o ...
N YTIllet..,.. 110 145
rjople 300 210
ItfJllr Assn.. 110 1:0
niton 27l!Title G & T ...3SS 19.1
Idcllty , 3M l6!llnlted Stales,lt0 m
tssiy 3 M i i . .419 4:1
U S Title GUST! 80 56
Westcheiter ....ISO 140
AV ti B fT & M.165 175
11
Bid,
Adlr Elec.14
Ad Kite Pfi78
Am L & T.m ,
Am LiT vt S! 1
Am 0 & K.120
Am G4E nl SlVi
Aru.P & I CO
Am P4I, pf 71
Am P U
Am 1 U pf. 25''
Am Vf yi,
Ask.
17,
S3
1U
91
123
Am y )y.. . .1
AH-1V 1 pf..l.?ff,2
A WW pr pt 'f I 8
An Pr nf... if'
Caf PR&L.. 31 3J
C States K. 9
(1 S'Ulcc Pf SS
Com'wcallh .
VR&h pi.. 29
6TT.EL AND OUDNA.
BUI. Ask.
F.lcc BiS pf S 91
Emp D E Vt ft 73
Fed L & T a 8
1'cd LiT pi 41 47
a & J3 SecSM -450
G.tE ,8eo pf I.-. 85
N'Ol)i Ufht 12 H!i
n uni iji pi r;
N Ohio EleeHf 20
N O Elecjif W 55
N Stalen iPr. f,0 61
N H Pr nf.,. 7 81
ItCIl It ii" L. 1,1 18
Ren TUt pi 45 41
S Cil Ull.., fc5 ss
H I'al U nt.lfa) Jftt
Std UK, .0 23
Std u 1I 39 41
Tenn to, 1(4 3
t jau pf. 7 9
UnltedTL4K. 25 10
U L4I1 pf. 59 C3
West Power 20" 2.1
W P few pi 69 71
Am Brass
Attftsa POW...134
Atlas Povflnl n
WI1..J.1I5
Blltj, E W.,.400
nilES. E W Df 68
Cart V Sc F...2O0
Caib Steel. ...10i)
Carb- Stl 1 plJOO
Carb Stl 2 PI. 71
tyits Arms.,, 54
juji r rowujx
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IB STOCKS,.
Bid. Aek.l Bid. Ask,
iwunsa a i,,. a
9i;eojis & r pi 6j
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43)1 Iter P PI...J0-,
75 NllfB.p i
SBlNHfi.B.p pf,. 93
307 Sclll Mfj,,.350
HOITNaias Iron.. 30
V78lWch Corp,iO
67M7i)dard .... 40
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70
210
103
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740 Adventure
Open. Rich. Low. Last.
20 Ahmeek 63
4 75 Allouez 3t
20 Anaconda 57(1
135 Arizona Cml .... 12
285 Biff Heart 6t
sa rai & Ari)! mh
610 Carson 19i
25 Centennial 13
20 'Copper Hnnire 1... 42(4
CO Dalr West 8
306O Bavls Daly i..i 10J
420 Hast Hullo' IVi
CSTrahklln 3H
20 Or Cananea !2H
45 Wan.f -Creek- 39U
27S1l!o Royalo 31U
200 Lake Copper 4
160 Mason Valley .... 2(4
IS Mass Con ,, 4
100 Mayflower O. C.j. 8H
50 New Arcadian,... ll
15 New Cornelia..'... IJ-'i
15 New Indrla 6
2 New. River pf 79
113 Nlpl!lnr , 10,
SSO North Buttei 16 1
43'On'eeola ...1 47(4
'30OU1 Dominion 33(4
40 Pnd Creek 20
345 Seneca 11(4
1180 Superior tc Boston 6
35 Trinity Hi
1100 Tuolumne t5c
160 IL 9. smelting... 64(i
11 IT. S. Smelt, pf.. 46
MTJtah Cnn..'. M4
'1020 Utah Metal '2(i
ITA7XKOA"pS.
' M Boton iJAIbany.150 120
, 20 Boslou Elevated.. 62(4
65 Boiton Elov uf... 8i
60 Boston & Malnb.. 31(4 SIH
8 Boston ft Prov. ..135 133
2 Maine Ontral .. C5 C5
18'. N Y N II ft II... 2(4 20(4
20 West End 42(4 45(4
2 Weit End pf...... 63(4 63(4
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5200 Armour Lentlier... 1614
600 Armour Iz-ath 'pf.. 94-
1109 Armour VI 99
110-Booth Flh- ....... 10(4
25 Beaver Board .... 53
JOOIth (1 t Con Iti.. li
340. Ch Ele. Bya pfr. 5
700 font Motor. 12
60 Diamond Match... 119
60' Holland St L tfnjt'Mtt
IfO Hupp Motdr ..... 1.VU
100 Hit Brick- SO
112 J I Case Tlow... 17
13 J 1 Casa P 1st pf 97
MO Lindsay Light '7'
2-Mont Ward 35y,
110 M V Ulil pf.:,. 3S(4
SO Iteo.. Motor 24
30 Fears Roebuck 316
20 Sears Roebuck' pf.HS
230 Shaw 64
25 Sinclair Oil 39
2S0O Stewart Warner,.. 29
30 Stewart Mfg 40(4-
111 atanaara u & zt
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43
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fi-Am Ac rjh'em of.. 91'A
Am Oil ft Knar... 631
130 AmojRpag- .......ui
M(i
6
141
26 Ann)keag"pf 82 82
To Am Pneu Sorvico in . IS
140 i
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92'4-
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T) Am Snaitr nf....H7 11714 H6H H614
197 Am T JaT 97 971i 96. 97
3 Am Wool. of. ....103 103V .102,1 10244
its Anglo Am Cml.,..,. IS Bl W 1
, ji n 1
. 21(4 M 2SU( 23V
. 29(4 ."Atf 52V. 30U
.4 4 4,4
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. 28i 2554 2S14 2.U4
.156' 156(4 156(4,156(4
. ST. 35 33 , 3.1K
66 60 66
49 Art lletal
114 Clinton Wire..,
1! Ratter. 'Mfg....
2ft) Ratt Boston
3Jt?dlOn ,
123 Elder
100 Gen Electric...,
StSOray
2Jlnt Ot Mills.,.
SS Int Portland..,.
SSlpt Prodocu.....
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IS Loews ..1
105 Mass Gas ,.
1 faa r.iU Vt....
70 McKlWVn bit Pf...
ssMattdeton !4
SJ Miss Itiv Pow pf. 51
60 Mrs-Inr.w... ...... 41-
305 Nat leather 114
'K N RT1. 86
MS Ohio Body .(4
r Pullman ....
950 Troot
145Shawmni
6C
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29
23t
MVi
71
60
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29
23U
10(i
71
60
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'30(4
61
41
1114
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312
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24
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tii 'cm Pin ...1MU 120U '1P'4
swift ft Co Int.. 41(4 . 41(4 UK
ioonnitd Drng ii th i
63 Hn Drur 1t PL.
102 united Frnlt......18l
SMTTnlted glroo,,.... 4
41 JJnllna snoe pi.,, "--i
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23(4
21 14
10(4
70
60
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112
44
21
1414
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3.15 wainori ,
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140 Walworth
,1114
40
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tOeOA OUrttf"....!
,xio Carson 7;......w,.1oi
'OWN VI Tel 6 83
Wti Swift (,..., .,,.. M
60(4
184
m
10
60
182
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2614
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17
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29
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329
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'102
81
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76
102
83
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BOSTON CURB CLOSING". '
Bid. Ask.
r.tnrU IlawltliS w
BOhemla ... t
l'.o Mont... CT
Culaverna .. 60c
fhief Con.. 4
Con Copper 4t
Or Kcerve.. "3
Denbigh ....'S;,
Eatle Blue.. Sft
Fartuna .... 6
Gadsden
lloma a0
Houghton ,.750
Iron 3101... 20
Iron Cap.... 10
j Verde.... 68
r.n Rose..... 40
Idalcstlc ...1 15
Mux Jieiaw,. ia
Tllil. Ask.
MidwaVMoss CO.' 6S .
mlMoiave' Tunc K 12
69-jJfoaarch .... 97 SS .
lHINat Lft Z... R 9
40
lit'
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4(4
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19.
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Ornhenni
IP.Igrim .,
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Kaniror l"el.. ..
Mi Ranter ....L. 7S
40 Jpeven 'MelnU 23
12 IflW MlkmlTP 3
to iTexana
45 111 V Ext.,,
20 fYukort ....
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lew Contlneotal Mot... ll?i UK 11H lli
m VnZr.it 'nnsdiii..2l.l -'3I9 3W 340
ISO Uriderman Steel., 2I?4, 31
IflOIJntMln Motor.,.,. SOW
200 Mirhlsan-' lfusir... HA
200 NohlO O ft 41... v 1.81
100 Packard Met for,, 23
4 Packard U 0 pf., Kit
M Parke Iarls..iti.n
mi'aljVDetrblt Mot. tSU
400 Ueo Mctor car, 1,. siu
to'
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L81
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38U
2114
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60(4-
'1.11
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2154
21(4
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115
2814
!
12H0 Swift fntl 41(4
120(1 Hta ft Co 121
5100 Union Carbide..... 6754
150 Vnlted Paperb... I04
ISOWahl ..SOS
700 Western' Ktg 20(4 '
40 Wrliley ,.7S ,
BONDS.
J.W0 Com lilison 1st 5s 86(4
3000-Bwlft 1st Ss ,90
, PHILADELPHIA.
Sales. Oiien. HiAu. Low. Last,
'ma Am Stores 40 41 1 40 41
a Am lty pi 55 65 , v
33 Alllanaa' In war. 6r
10 Baldwin Loo pt.. 59(4
1 Cata 1st pf 40
663 Klee Stor Bat... ,113
810 Lake Sup Corp.. 16(4
20 Lehish Nav 62(4
193 los Co of N A... 32(4
. C20 1 Co of N A war. 11
220 1'hila CoiS-ft.uf.. 32'4'
10 Phila Rao Tr..,. 2214 ,
19 1'hMa Traction.,., 60 . 60
S22PhllajEIec 25 25
100 Union Trae 31
437'Un Gas ImpV 63(4
13 W Cramp . & S..13S'
70 Warwick Ir ft S.. X"4
' 70 York Rys pf 31(4
' BONDS.
11000 Am Gas..ft 'E 5s.,S0i,.
2000 Bald Loco 1st 6a. 9(1 ,
1000 Elec ft Peo Tr 4s. 62,
EOOO Penn R It gen 6n. 89(4
3000 Phila Elec- 1st 6s. 90(4
1000 .U H Inv col tr 6sy69
11ALTIMORI
Sales. . Open. HighLow. Last,
la Arunuei aiu.,,. ai i i
10 Bait ft Ohio 30(4
17 Bait Brick pt 21
100 Cen Teresa S pf.. SS
IIMCoxlen 8
' Wl Cl.ln. - .
1 joo Canton Co 16214 lVi 182(4 '1(1(6
t
J
Atfafit4:.. S
Boblh 4
C D 2
t'nt) Frae. 2
Wa.'kerjack. 6
Ifiorence tl, ..
Cold Cons., 12
GOLDIEI.P.
3 freat Bend, 1
5-umbo l!ii, 7
3 l(oraiui4 .... ,2
4Upo Star... 3
Red IIUls F. s
Sliver Pieh.. 11
liSioarb(inl..., I
MISCE.ANEQUS,
liCCl! -MII1C9, 11
San Toy s
Tecona . ... 10
I l'n Amtelg..,
'White Cans, n
IWhlte C Ext t
icnnirtoii... 3 6
TOROTp CLOSING.'
fjitnxtx.
Illrl ak.l nt m
Artjinac 2 4L. Ro-e ''"'"
iiojley ...... 4 c !McK-l.8..
lifter C... en CJ.lJIln C.ot ci.ro
JJitffalo .,..20 ..JNiniS3fng.., ii;oo
Chamb Per. 712 irtnhlr ...:., 3
t'onlagtfit ....2Df.V ireterson L.. 20
rrowniJtcs. 33 .. 'Right of w, ..
Ppflet 2 4 jPilvcr Leaf.. 1
Atnnaro .. ,
Arts United
Eden 20
Marflnner., 1
J'ey 11IIW,.. 2
Ties) Wnnd. 19
Bound Mt.. .11
3
1
4
3
13
6
22
9
13
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113
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114
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125
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96
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69 .1 69 '
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96
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21 , 2; 21
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OtlNorth..
If.vrcraVea
Kerr lJika4.:i
Apex,
DiiVldson ..
Dome Ext..
Dcme Lnlce
Homo M ..',
Gold' Beef.
ilnilinger U,
heora ci
2 iTemtsliiwn.
4 iTrethcwoy..
4 (lVetllaufer..
4
20(4
3
43
'j
ORCuriNE.
3 iewrnv ;, 1
.. iPorc Crown. 21
20 jporc Imp.,.. 1
.IKJV? Tisdalc 1
".3, Ie.ton -E D 2
I'.'Schuni.-uher ..
Meticta .., 13A'
j; j.ii:tUANil LAKE.
J (MrSCELLANTfniti.
Bbiton C- 23 iWoMpifca...
13
27
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I'om Iron ,. 70
Dom Tnvf i,i. .
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Span Rieer. m ....
K PJT... 12014 i2ii
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Jlontreal r ' ir.v.
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8314,
43
'7514
74
81;
66(4,
177
$9
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y
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60c
Parry Corn, inf :
oiwi Lar. .......
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lard Milling pi;'.;','.
3lll
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50c
. 2CJ
. 2
H4 7.,
rone rower '?! ,STf tV; :f; Y;"Z!,,a"-l.-.. 1
20 Houston' Oil pf..., 404 -lfCV4 soW'hwestcrn Power ft Lt. pf..,.. ,
193-Indiahom's ,. 8 8 8 8 7 - ' 1 . ...
60 Mount Vernon.... 69 69 69 .59 Ti;;j.;-j !l
73 '.J ,31 "iluCJiU3.-.
17 16(4 17
99' -9!) 9
75 74
1 in Md Casualty.. 71
310 Md ,Caualfy rts.. 16(4
6 O'Neill pi , 99
33 Penn' Water ...... 73
BONDS.
1X00 Cons Power 4(4s.. 7714
1OT1
CO30
lWMCons Power 7S....9S14
KW.f ona Coal ref 114s, SOU.
70CO Cons Coal 6s 97(4
I00rtnltea Ry Inc 41(4
70CD United Ry let 4s.. .
stock ot-
Record.
Par
able.
70PIr Range Co., a, IOe.,Feb.io Mar 1
Aidcpendcnt Hrewlng Co.. ' 1
q. 50c.
Cona Power 4(4s.. 77(4 7714 77(4 nnd'epend'ent'." Brew'ino'ro
Ionaaas415 fc(4 S!(4 S24 f pf.j", 1., "; S Ch .,
9S4.,JSli
80(4 aB0U
97(4, 3714
41 4 4414
.Fbw27 Mar-lS
Feb. 21
Sit ' St
61'..-- tl
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363
141 43
43V 3S
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' 360
n 1 ( 1 1 ' d 1
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Sales. Open. Hlatulij
.uun u Aiaru ii iu7a. ?ia .
11195 Arkansas Gas...... 35
1430 BarnWall. Corp.... St.
10 Cnriiciile L ft
lOIS.Gugey Gillespie... 28(4
43 Imlnt Brewing pf. 9H
25 aar county (,a
615 Marland Ref SH
115 JIfra Light ft lit. 5.1-
50J't Fi reproofing.. 714
100 Nat Fireproof pf. 14)4
673 Ohio Fuel Supply. 43(4
100 Oklahoma Gas.,,.. 1
SJO Pitta Browing S ,
25 Pitls Brewing ,lf. IS
10 Pitta Plato orass.166 l'f
2SXUr.'.ir. r.z U"nvl
izii hcii i-a uys pt., 78 .
20 Westinghou.se A' 11.109 '
200 Wyoming Fuel Oil 2i
BONDS.
IW inapt lirewing 6s,
6AN .FRANCISCO MI.
divid;
Bid.
Allied I)fr.. 2
Alto Dir.... 3
Annex Dir.. 1
Belcher Div 16
Belcher Ext 17
Brent-tier .. 20
Dlvldo ' 2.7S
Div Cobs.... 4
Dlr Ext,.,, 79
East Div' .. 3
) one.. ,.
Hrub Tono. 11
Hcnreisey... V
Horteshoe... 2
wn 10
Cash Bov... r y'"' !iar.. d
11 ii,.i1.m ar".-
-mi, i --a .
JlcNainara,
Mill wit ..
Mtxpan Ex,
a.
Mar. 1
154 '
Pittsburg. Youngstown'
Asntabuia nwv.. ne
B.,,.a!.Va- -a;.' 'a-' : :;.:.?. ?o
Unlto-l Drutr Co.. 5.1 T,f. h ""
Gray ft TJaW'incViole&iU
Crippln creels Cent. RIL " Mar" 1
St. Joseph Lead Co.. ViiZStw, l -H ,
fit. Joseph LejiU Co, extra7 . JI4r'-l)
Mar. 15
Mar. 15
25e
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cai q. its,;
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EQUIPMENT 'TRUSTS.-
Tlir. followlhr are quoted on a pereentajn
Name.
Baltimore
Canadian Northern.. 1920-29 4US" 7 15
Canai nn ineinn vT2: ,? " '?
6
2
17
19
21
2.8;
Maturll.r..Rai pid. Asked.
Ohii)..19M.27 4'4 6.45 COO
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6.00
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6.2J
6. W
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6. -7
6.75
6.M
6.00
6.50
6.23
6. '3
6.U
6,'Si
6.50
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6,73
625
6.23
6.74
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rt.i . . . "."'.iJi-i 44- 'MO
? A & Pae....l9JO-27 4U-5 6V7
t h I qr, iu rv., ,. . . L '
C. t'. C ft t rlnl.,0-flir ;
Delaware ft Hudson. .1922 414
Illinois Central .1927 4C4.5
lAalsrile ft Nash..l9D-M S
II chlein rvntrsl -tg-vi-m
Miqn ft Pt Louis.. I9Ja-2T 6-6
MMJourl, Kan ft T..1910-24 .a
Missouri lcinc 1929-21 S
Mobile, ft Ohio 1920-26 4U.I
N T t'entral Llnesl9.M 4'u?.3
If Y Contra, it It.;.iJ20-3i 111
Norfolk & tVesli.rn . lono .i ,,?
Penn Gen Fwlht. itsaJi it..
I5cadlng Co.. is.D-27 414
eiooar,! Air IJnc 1920-27 4U.s!
Inclalr IteHnlnr .T..in.t i"
Sotlthem Pneiflrt is-a.
Sotitbern Hail-ar ...lWJ-it Js,
7 75
627
6. r.
7.00
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6.10
6.30
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6.73
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