Jinny Important Plants in
jlnrcli Have Rest Month in
rtlCi TTJON OUTPUT HIGHER
PJU IK"" uun ui
i TniWOtllS iOf Last WCOK bCnUS
PronllCtlOll atl(l OlUWIllUliis
to High Points.
.. . ..... t,..a hoon trlvcn tlie Iron
:,o Y ; .
B,.el industry In th6 last wccK. ana (
prediction and shipments are at tlielr j
htshest points In many months. Jinny .
7 . i,i, Including the Car-
Important plants, inducing na
Steol Company, tno Ameruu. .
. .... n rcntlnrml
Rh.ct and Tin Comaany, the National
Tube Company and a prominent Inde
pendent compiny of Uio Pittsburg dls
.inrlnir March had tho best show
ing 'v.hlch they rnvo mado in many
t.i r-tHn In ilie DfOdUCtion Ot 'P.K
Iron abo Is shown, according to the
.1,1 1, trnrfn mv ews. A gain of mo;o
.V" tn from the KcbVuary fig-
iiiuii w-v.-v- - . I
ures was made, and nlno more uiasi
furnaces ere in operation on Marcn Jl
thin on February 3.
tennago oon.s " "'
IIV" iron niiu: ik'"! ..r.-.-.
developed by tho Iron and steel Industry.
Production and shipments, now nt tho
hlshest point in many months, signify
th rapid surmounting ot operating and
traffle obstacles which long have stood
in the way of full functioning of the
works. In many directions March, by
complete records now available, Is shown
to have been a period of notable per-foirnan'-e
-for many plants, especially In
tfc rittsburg district. Tho Canicgle
Ef el Company had tho best showlnu In
p; itcs und structural shapes In a yar.
Th's American Hheet and Tin Plato Com
pany broke nil records for production
a:, (I shipments of sheets and tin plate,
efi di'l also the National Tubo Company
In ti. 'iiilar products. A loading PlttH
bi. e Independent company established a
in Par narl.
S'utisiics of pig Iron production era-pli.i-'z-.
tho recovery of the whole In
iuvrj March output reached 3,375.551
tons, the largest since December, 1918.
Tho net gain over February was 391.
297 tons. Furnaces In blast on March
81 ivorc 314, an Increaso of nine over
F'liruary 29. Tho present expanded
movement of material Is cutting Into
tho tunnies plied high In mill yards.
bjt tlio latter remain of largo propor
tions in Fomo cases. In the Mahoning
Va.loy 1 no.OOO tons still await cars and
tho lenulng sheet and tin plate maker
hr.1! S'j.ouO tons on hand7
The Iron Age says: "Increased pro
duction, Fomew!it better car supply,
sustained consumption both at home and
sbro.nl and no evidence in actual trarui.
actions of any yielding In tho prltfes at
whirh Independent steel companies have
been selling finished steel are the out
standing facts nf the week.
"In spite of all handicaps In tars and
fuel, pig Iron output again Increased in
March Tflo total was 3.375,907 tons,
or 103.900 tons per day, against 2,978,
679 tons In February, or 102,720 tons it
day. Tho March rate means 40,000,000
tons a year, whereas the record for a
calendar year wan 39,435,000 tons In
"In March nineteen furnaces blow In
and eleven blew out, so that 312 were
active April 1, with capacity estimated
at W.il; tons a day, against 101,550 tons
a day for 301 furnaces on March 1. Tho
picsent rate of produlfon Is the highest
s!n'e December. MS. 1 points to a steel
Inifot output of 43,CW.'X to 44.COO.OOO tons
rer year, or nearly SO per cent, of ca
pacity. "But the backing up of finished steel
en tho mills has onlf been cured In spots.
On Monday Pittsburg shipments to Chi
cago and beyond we.ro flopped by -the
Chicago switchmen's strike, and for
several days previous there had been an
embargo agnlnst New York and Xew
England, tens of thousands of tons
being piled up at Pittsburg district ware
houses and mills. i
"Against the Steel Corporation's book-1
tsgs for six to eight months ahead the
Independent compam-'s have thrco to
me months business on tneir rooks m
uch lines as bars, pipe, plates ana
The coffee market wns moderately ac
tive yesterday and, after opening 7 to
16 points lower, prices held within a
sarrow range until mld-aftcrnoon, whon
a ppclal Brazil cable reported the San
tos futures recovering part of their ear
lier decline, a gain of 50 reis to 125 rels
bolng shown; local price:) worked up'2
points or po. Lato In the session scat
tered realizing sent values off from tho
bost of the day, some active months go
ing below Initial figures, tho close being
9 to 20 points net lower, At beat tho
market was without special feature f
The cost and freight market was dull
oad Ann offera weVe very Irregular ac
cording to the shipper and position of
shipment. The local spot market was
again neglected and prices ruled nom
Ranse of prlco': Tues-
Upon. msn. low. uiose. aay.
AUUt lt.73-71 H.SI
k..CUtlJl ..... ,1.IM lli.l iltVJ VI ..... .
Olober H.M-57 14.6JI
Norembor ll.U-55 14.64
Dirember 14.M 14.63 14.60 14.00-63 14:81
Jmuary 14.4J-60 14.5S
Kobruary 14.46-4J 11.53
il "?r-5-,..,D0,"" "1. Ziml
bags and stock 3H.000 bazs. Sant03 tpots
were not quoted. Futures .were 13 to 160
ten lower. Itectslpti 7.000 Tan and stock
I.SSn.OOO bail. Receipts at tho ports were
ltdoa baa, atainst j; 000 last year and 23.000
two years ago. Sao Taulo had 7.0M. aealnst
nw ....I i7 fjw mi j,,niihv lom. Airalmt
l&ooo and 14.000 bays rejpectlTely. Cleared
Horn Rio. 3.000 bass lor ew Orleans, ana
from Santos Vistorla, 11,000 bas for ew
BRAZILIAN COFFEE STATISTICS.
Tester- Last Last
S. T. deliveries
N Orlevis dcllv...,
2ew York stock
New. Orieans slock.,
mckU at all ports..
.UJ0,732 1,615,671 1,377,123
Lut years visible.. .1.252,101 1,376,369 1,332,601
f A n.ll Pt.alnn. Pnrrtla frt.
money. 4B4; IJrltlsh 5 per cent. loan,
a,i , untisn4',! per cpnt. loan, ; At
chison, 102; Baltimore and Ohio, 42; Ca
nadian P.-iMn. if 3! ChesnDoako and
Ohio. 7n rh(n.u'o r.rent Western. 9 V, :
8t- Paul, 45 Vi ; Denver and Illo Grande,
0; Erie. 17 Vi : ferle first preferred, 26 V4 :
Grand Trunk. 6 U : Illinois Central, 110 ;
Louisville and Nashville. 129; Missouri,
Ontario and Western, 23 ; Pennsylvania.
HV, ; neadlnst. 102; Southern Railway,
est.. f--...i r..in. tti . Ttninn to -
dfle. 1-9; United States Steel, 131; Do
llecrs, KVi ; Rand Mines. 3.
Bar silver. 72',d. an ounce; bar cold,
103s 2d . money. 3't per cent.; discount
rit.., short bills. BV, Per cenL; three
Cionths1 bills. 55, per cent; sola pro -
DUunsa at jUtwo, 140.
J 7 j . ouuiiiciii I a L 1 1 1 lu. U...V,.. .
u m,'iy. t , fe::: -::::::::M ss si Iff &s
U. S. JUDGE ACCUSED
BY INDICTED FIRMS
Up-Staler a Allege Bias
Special la Tin ecu and Nnw Yonit IIibild
Stkacuse. April 7. Accusing Judgo
HaVlaml D. Howo of Burlington, Vt, of
prejudlco and violence, proprietors of
ono Schenectady and throe Albany
clothing llnnti (lied charges to-day
iitnlnat him In the United States Court
and naked that he be ousted and pro-
rented from lircslcllns at their trials In
the Federal court on charges of prollteer-
The Arms aro the Paris Suit and Cloak
Company, tho John a. Myers Company
nnil fVittrrOl Lenminl nf Alhnnv nn.l Wl
the Schenectady Clothing Company. Tho
I nrms were lmiictoa at mo last session
of Federal Court In Albany, Demurrer.")
which they Interposed wcro dismissed by
Judgo Howe here yesterday. Dccauso of
remarks ullcgcd to liavo been mado by
the Justice In the argument on tho de-
murM , proI)rlfilora ftled u(,ldavlts
chrKinrr lIas una prejudice
All tho altldavtts covered" the samo
Krqunds. Tho one reud In court charged
, , d ,th , . ,,.,, thav
M , thftt he t M ft1, ,ho
j - ... ... 4 L . .
defendants ought to be In Jail, and that
firms asking prices they wcro accused
of charging were worse than pirates and
would cut n throat or scuttle a ship.
During the reading of tho aflldavlt
Judgo Howe Interrupted frequently to
HllJ Iw I
say "That Is false!" or "I did not say
that." Judge ' Howo has not decided
wllctll(!r ho wl orJor tne cases 1 0 trlaI
i., i, i, ,,,, , , ,.., ,,,
. 4 : A.-,,..7" 7 7i"
ji-suu, ivu uy juiut i v4UiicMu iur mu
slor- ,f thft
,, h , on
pronteering cases in this district. Judgo
is substituting for Judge George I
W. nay, who Is 111.
Corn futures registered yesterday ad
vances of 14 cents to cents abushe'
at tho day's high. Trading, however,
was nervous. The underlying condi
tions were bullish and stimulated buy
ing and covering, but tho sword of the
Investigation In the alleged May corner
hung over the trlTdo and naturally
caused apprehension. That fear Induced
considerable nrollt taking on the bulgen,
iut strength In oats and rye and further
12-xport demand for wheat served to
check all declines. Tho weakness in
foreign exchange. lower cash quotations,
further cancellations by Eastern ship
pers and tho shifting of professionals
from the long side to tho short side had
little or no effect. Many believed thnt
corn was duo for a reaction. They
pointed to tho fact that the market had
enjoyed a substantia advance and that
lewor prices would result.
The exceedingly small car estimates
yesterday, because of tho switchmen's
Btrlko was a poworful lnfluenco. Some
wlrus estimated that only twelve cars of
grain would bo received. Although tho
settlement of the strike win mean more
oars than came in yesterday, no notlce
shl Increase In the number of care ro
celved prior to this trouble is antlcl
puted. Weather conditions, while un
settled, are not expocted to Interfere
with the shipments. Transportation and
the attitude of tho farmers Is expected
to govern receipts. The sale of 1.000,000
busiiels 'of wheat for foreign account In
cited buying, as did tho statement that
there was a good foreign demand for
all grains. Prospects of a lato season
for corn also encouraged buying.
Oats were active and strong, due to
the unsettled weather conditions, which
are delaying farm work and will prob
ably make the oats crop late. The small
receipts, owing to tho strike, and the
persistent strength In the cash are fac
tors which the trade Is not overlooking.
Provisions were Irregular, selling
lower at the start on liquidation cred
ited to the packers and rallying with the
CORN-In the local . cash market No. .
jellowr corn was quoted at : No-
mixed, 11.89'i c. and f Now Tork
OATS No. 1 white was quotcd'at Jl-.
Vn ! white. J1.15; .No. 3
No. white, Jl.I3.V14
ordinary clipped whlto.
Jl 10, nil eievaior. w
JjVe Market tlrin; No. 5 Western, .."
o, b N6 York. . .
HATtLKY Market steady. Feedlns. .:
mii; S&itii?iT .M.rkf.t nrm. Oood mill-
n li A V M a rk o t b t r o n g . N o . 1, t:.ll 1:
Si 2 2 40fr! 5); No-3, I2.S50J.55.
STHAVV-JIarkit quiet. N.
3S a toa-
Low. C10e. dsr.
1.S2H 1.64W 1.831i
L77fc 1.T9VI 1.71
1.62ft 1.64K 1.4SH
1.54 1.6JK 1-WK
1.61 1.64 1.C3V4
s:H S3-A i
7Wi 71?i 70H
20.40 M.5 S0.2
Il.U !l27 a.w
13.79 U.S5 H.S2
19.S7 19.33 19.40
n.OO S7.U 27.49
IMS 37.45 tf.W
, 1.H4H 1.8&
1.7J , 1.78H
.... J7.M 37.U
Yesterday rnun n!'S
1 nut week M7.000, 71Z,li
Ycterd.r ,VSJ ti2S
I.ait week ttO
Last Year .O00 m-M
LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE.
twuanr cress Jl0.111.51 si.SsMH
nor inx rir-lii VZ,
February ITOM .
Deficit alter WJ-vw
Net operatlns djfl
Two montha rross...
1. ICS. 355
DENVER AND IUO OHANDE
Dalanco alter tax
Net operatlnj Incomo
Two months itoss...,
Net oDoratlnf Income
Deficit after tax......... 4,3.60j
Net operatinr deficit.... .SJ'Sl
Two months' fross -Sf
Deficit after tax.......... 71.t
Net oneraUne deficit.... 10.5
SEW ORLEANS, TEXAS AND MEXIC.O.
Balance alter taxes......
Net operatinr defidt....
rr MAn,n.r rrflit.n...
Balance ofter taxes
. Ke. oneratlnr deficit.
llncnos Aires Grain Market.
nPENOS AIRES, April' T.-C10iln jraln
, 104 v
u. Plalt'a AV111 Piled
... , , .,. ,,
i Thi u- 11 nf Prank II. Piatt, son of 1
...w ..... , , , . ,
mer Senator Thomas riau, whs u
yesterday In tho Surrogates office. He
left his widow, CaroJInoj U Piatt .ot J70
Park avenue", two-thirds gf his propertj,
and his son, Llvlnp ton Piatt, tH e other
, third. His estato la estimated at 'mora
Kftinnra Hiior iuai-i
OF NEW JERSEY. March --;?.? 'a
THE SUN AffD NEW YORK HERALD, THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 1920.
SHIP BOARD ASKS i
U. S. STEEL'S POLICY ,
Hears That Corporation "Will
Bar All Vessels Under Amer
BpeciJl to Tin BUN and Nnw Yob.8 HusAin.
Washington, April 7. ArouBed over
charges that the United States Btecl
Corporation has adopted a policy that
111 exclude all ships under American
registry from a share in its ocean carry-
rng business, Chairman uenson 01 tnu
Shipping Board to-day sent a telegram
asking an explanation and' urging that
the practice bo cliunged.
Chairman Benson was furnished data
purporting to show that the corporation
and two of Its subsidiaries had Issued in
structions that no freight was to De
consigned on vessels where the trans
portation charge had to be shown on
bills of ladlnr Under tho transporta
tion net tho railroads are required to
show the water or ocean rato on all
freight billed on vessels under American
registry. . .
Objection of the steel companies o
. , . , , , .
s 13 BU" l ,uo. uuel" V",
grounus, dui niprin o
that Uw stand will result In giving M
of their business to British and Jap-
ancse steamships and discriminating
, . , . .
those operated i bjy -the HWPPlWBwm
tntctirMnnmnr' nSn viel, taw
0 , S
told Admiral Benson that In Oielr opln
Ion freight brokers controlling an
enormous quantity of export ireignt
wore contemplating following the ex
ample of the steel companies and that
the result to tho American merchant
marine would bo disastrous. They de
clare that British ships on tho Pacinic
as well as Japanese vessels would be
particularly benefitted at the expense
of American tonnage
BRINGING IN MORE GOLD.
Canumnlo. Dock With tl,000,000
on Bonrd To-day. y .
On board the Carmania, coming from
Great Britain to the United States, Is
600,000 ounces of gold, valued at ap
proximately 19,000,000. She paesod
Sandy Hook yesterday afternoon and
will dock this morning, when It la ex-
pecrcd that the gold will bo trans
ferred Immediately to the Federal Re
serve Bank. The shipment Is con
signed to J. P. Morgan & Co. and v4l
be sdld after arrival to tho Fedoral Re
The Philadelphia, which sailed from
tho other side on March 27, is due in
port late to-day or to-morrw with an
additional 600,000 ounces of gold, valued
at approximately $9,000,000.
Within tho last week tho arrivals
have been approximately $30,000,000 on
the Lapland, tho Snxonla and the MIn
nekahda. In addition the outh Afri
can gold which has arrived for tho ac
count of prlvato bankers brings the
total to between 40 and 50 per cent, of
tho total movement anticipated.
Tho cotton market yesterday was
more or less a repetition of Tuesday's
session and was featured by an upturn
of 30 to 90 points In its final hour. The
rise carried tho list to new record
levclsv May touching 41.20 cents, a gain of
90 points from tho last previous closing.
Thore was no particular new factor In
the general situation. Weather news
still furnished tho principal topic of
discussion, and th weekly report was
about as bullish as had been expected.
Spinning Interests were among tho
prominent lato buyers of the spot posi
tion, as wero local ntm ouismo snorts
Liverpool was somewhat lower yester
day, with spot business In the English
centre dull, 2.000 bales of the actual
article chancing hands.
At the opening the local market was
31 points lower to 2 htgncr on active
months, but 50 points higher on April,
that position being affected by forced
covering of one of two snort lines, r ui
inwino. thn call the list slipped off stead.
lly until It had dropped to to i
points less than Tuesday's final bds.
at tho bottom there was a rally, the
trade extending support and Wall Street
..in.,,- nn the, whole, nroflt taking of
ferings wcro well absorbed, and the
market recovered steadily during tho
early afternoon. Sentiment In room
i,i .van hiilllsh desnlte the continued
advance in the market, and It was dim-
cult to unci a Hu.uiiu.1 "
As the market began Its final hour of
the day It was evident that demand had
Increased to such an extent that thw
market was at times bare of offerings
The undortone was generally Arm to
strong, and turned definitely strong
during the last half hour. There wcro
nni manr bullish crop rumors in
M! circulation. During tho last few mln
714.000 PA..L. h customary realizing
from the best Tho close was at a net
nXSLwS of 2 to 120 points, local spots
LlnTso polnta higher at 42.50 cents a
Bants of Prices : dwr
i,n 40 SO 41.I 40 SO 41.60 N 40.M
::::::! ; :
Sp7t-aY.' 41C0; New Orleans. 4L50,
TntmrAtir. week. year.
r,nrt -1r,l 20.S44 23.0OS l?.
: w . .. ..
, r inm b ks.k J.W.tao
J Vnrk stocks . 43.W3 45, 77,412
tnterlor receipts .... . '"
. interior shipments.. 15,110
Vn.W B-rl.ftlfl.. 03 LOU
. I Liverpool cablo-S?ot cotton dnll. at U
4,!IHS. points adrance on the bash of nitd. for
U.l" a.... nfUn. m.Hcn 1.000. Im-
,'.. ft noo! Aiiierican. 3S.000. Futures opened
iteadr. 12 to 33 points hlfher.. Closed quiet
at 6 points decline to IS 'advance : May,
-0,1 ; jiiiv. 54.1KV1 October. U.JTd.: Decern-
i.V .44d.: Jannan. 22 23d. Uaacliester-
Yarna arm; cioina quiei anu uxui,
SECURITIES AT AUCTION.
10 htuea General Clrar Cdrap&nr. Inc.,
4 shares PaclOu Coaat Company, first pra-
400 shares Brooklyn Onion Oas Company,
(0 shares Springfield Body Corporation of
New Tor preferred; 111.000 Chicago.
- Rock Island and Paclflo Company 4
per cent, gold bonds, due November
1 2001; May, 1914. coupons attached,
stumped J107.6 1-3 paid on each bond.
54 shares Brooklyn Trust Company, 600.
100 shares Stuts Motor Car Company of
America, Inc. (carries dividend of 20
per cent, new stock), no par, 1701 per
hare. . .
1,000 shares Rathbone, Sard 4 Co.. pre
ferred; 113 shares RaUibone, Sard &
Co., common. 1700 tot.
10 shares New York Boys' Shops. Inc.. SU.
14,000 Automobile Club of America 4 per
cent bonds, due 1110, Interest May
nnil November. SO.
1 share Cincinnati. Hamilton and Dayton
Railway Company, preferred; 2 shares
Cincinnati, Hamilton and Dayton
Railway Company, common, no lot.
Til shares Beaver Land and Irrigation
Company. 125 lot
116.73 Fort Wayne and Jackson Railroad
atock scrip. 31.
S shares Quicksilver Mlnlr.c Company, 310.
44. shares Norfolk und Nsw Brunswick
Hosiery Company, U.
WILL GIVE 100 P. C. '
"IN STOCK DIVIDENDS
International Motor. Truck Is
Also to Double 'Common
A novel plan of distribution to stock
holders, as well as a very profitable one
for lis stockholders, was lilt on yester
day by directors ot tho International
Motor Truck Corporation. The plan, It
was announced, contemplates giving a
stock dividend of 100 per cent, to pres
ent shareholders and then to double
again the company's common capitaliza
tion and offer tho new stock to share
holders for subscription at $50 a eharij
on the basis of a share for a sharo then
Based on a quotation of $160 a share
for stock, at which price some transac- I
tlons wcro mado yesterday, the 100 per
cent stock dividend will have a value ot
$80 a share. On that basis the rights
to subscrlbo to the new stock will have
an approximate valiyi of $15 a share on
the then outstanding stock, or $30 a
sharo on the 'present outstanding com
mon stock, making tho entire transac
tion worth moro than $100 a fcharo to
r.i, ia.. nrnnosnla are contingent, it
was said yesterday, on rattncatlon of
.in, hv tlm stockholders, but Uttio
opposition Is anticipated from that
Hource In view ot tho prollt accruing to
the Btoiikholdera as a result oi win uw-
,m Th Htock. although It 4ias
.IIUUI.U.'I - " -
never paid any dividends, lias Dcen bull
ing for moro than iieu a snuro iui
long time. In the last week or two It
has had a very sensational rise from a
little moro than J100 a fharo to $160 a
share, and, with tho directors still fall
ing to pay a regular quarterly dividend
on the shares, tho advance was some
what of a mystery to Wall Street.
Tho announcement yesterday, however,
cleared tho mystery entirely.
The total common capital stocK oui
itandlng Is 70,777 shares, and with tho
100 rjcr cent, stock aiviuenu ram ih
total will be 1 11,554 shares. It will bo
doubled again for the subscription plan.
Which" will bring tho total number of
shares up to 2S3.10S.
"Upon the completion oi tno pian,
says a statement issueu jesicruiij,
"thcro .will then bo outstanding 283,103
shares of stock, and the corporation will
havo received approximately $7,000,000
new cash to take care of Its enormously
Increasing business. Tho entire Issue ot
new common stock) has been underwrit
ten by Ilaydijn, Stono & Co."
Cernmu llnnk StKtcmrnt. ,
Bkklin, April 7. The statement of the
Imperial Bank of CScrmany, issued
March 15, shows the following changes:
Total coin and bullion Increased 5,176,
000 marks; gold docreascd 11,000 marks;
treasury notes Increased 301,463,000
marks; notes of other banks In
creased 713,000 marks; bills dis
counted Increased 77,972.000 marks;
advances decreased 2,233.000 marks; In
vestments Increased 39,893.000 marks;
other securities Increased 1,604.900,000
marks; notes In circulation Increased
SIC,2S4,000 marks; deposits Increased
1,080.047.000 marks ; other liabilities In
creased 151.C11.000 marks. Total gold
holdings. 1.091.393.000 marks.
IleporU Ilest Year.
At tho annual meeting of the stock,
holders of the rt. J. Reynolds Tobacco
Company, held yesterday, directors wero
re-elected. Although the financial state
ment for the year 1913 has not been
comnleted. It was reported that the
business for that year done by the com
pany established a new high reconl and
that nroflts were the best In Its history.
During the flrat threo months of this
vcar. It was stated, business showed an
Increaso compared with that of the cor-J
responding period of 1519.
nUlTF.lt Ilecelpta yesterday, 0,842
paekates. Fresh creamery of high auallty
tiaa recovered about 'ic. per id. irora yen-
terday's closing rates, and the feeling la
Arm. Medium qualities are sympathising :
to aomo extent. I-ar.a trading In Dinlsh ,
creamorV at OlCGJc. generally. Reno
vated, ladies and packing stock show no
nuotable clianire. Creamery, higher than
extra, lb., flrtHSGPc.; extras, Vi score,
(ISc; firsts, 00 to 01 score, 63W07c.;
firsts. 8S to bD score, uauoc.-. wconos.
811 to 87 score, CHtOc; lower grades. .',4
CffjiC.; held, extras, I'SKDJ'ic jusi.
112c; seconds, 64 45,0 I unaallea, nigner
than extras, TIMilHc.; extras, uwjjw
Tout' nr!. fi.'.KUHc: seconds, OOUute ;
Stato dairy, tubs, finest, WTc.; food to
prime, 60C03c.; common to fair. 4438e.;
renovated extras. GlBSc; flrats, Si(t
Me.; Imitation creamer) firsts. 45040c.;
ladles, current make, flrats. 424? 43c.: eo
onds, 8839c.; lower grades. 8637Hc.i
packing elocK. current diiho, w. . '
No. 2, 37o ; lower gradee, 3430c
F(in necrtnti veaterdar. 60.262 eases.
Arrivals contlnuo very heary and offerings
urj far beyond any present consumptive
needa, but the maricet la ueiunc conomci
able support from tho West, where prices
are relatively high and where there la re
ported to be considerable Influence on the
shipments, partlyvdue to embareooa arising
from the strlko InUhls harbor. Much "
the delayed stock coming In Is under alilp-ners-
limits, which takes It pracflcally off
.... mn..i TmiA 1. Irrezular: some sales
have been made at lower prices than cuoled
yesterday, but on tne wnoie rocei.ers ui u
slrable qualities are refusing to make
further concessions and the trading is
falrW coveroil by unchanged quotations, ex
?.f.l l. hll. mam. nf which there IS a
largo accumulation, causing decidedly lwf
prices unaer urcsu.u u "v""
gathered extras, doien, 46c.; torP'
nicked, extra flrats, 45He,t first.. 44J,0
450.: regular packed, extra firsts 4JH
4IMc; firsts, 4l43c.. seconds, 3940Hc.,
dirties No. 1, 39c; No. 2 and poorer, 37
S cheVks. 'good 'to choice dry. tSOIIe.;
goose eggs, prime. $1, duck eggs, llaltl
2 . iv.at.rt, nnit Houtnm. Drlme,
60O05e.; State, Pennsylvania anil nearby
Western hennery whites, extras. 62c; flrsta
to extra nrsts. 48fHc;
firsts to extra firsts. 456 50c; 'tfrn
whites, under gradea. 440 47c: raelflc
coast, whites, extras. tJc; extra firsts, CO
astc : firsts, 4804SC-. other Western and
S-rAhirn gathered Vhltes, 4549c; 8tate.
V." i. on n.nrb hennery browns.
fxtras 47O480.; gathered brown and mixed
"lo" extras. 46c; firsts to extra flrats.
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WAsniNOTOJI, April 7.-Theio rmy orders
were Issued to-day:
Lleut.-Col. W. II. Whleham, rellereiU Gen
eral Uospltal No. (, roil JlfPherson, report
10 commanding oiticer, ixiicrnian unww.
Hannltal. Man irranclxco. for duty 04 cnlei
.educational oflU-or: Ueut.-Col. Edtard Ilow-
uiin. jr., Donoraruy aisciiarjou ; firs.
li, vr, Jvcmai, irora i;anip uoiiuuit, iu hm-
uarters, soumeasieni jiepanmcni, ioiiui"j
uty. to athletic (lcld ontanliatlon, and await
further orders at Charleston ; Capt. Edwin li.
yulflcy, from priecnt ' duties, assitneu w
Tui.nlv.nernnil lnfnntrr fuid reDOrt to com
mandlne oftlctr, Fort, Jay; First Lieut, W
L. KIiuk, honorably dlscUarjcil, to take etiect
at Camp Knox; Col. Charles IL Martin, re
lieved rrom present duties on lnspitiur-m-structor
recrultlun Bervice, Chleaito, U this
city, and report to adjutant wneral of the
army ; First Lieut. Martin J. C'lcliy, honorably
discharged on completion of hospital treat
ment (leneral uotpltai no. i, roi juiis-,
Caut. Jom'DIi A Bonell. honorably dis
charged ; First Lieut. Osborne O. Wood, re
lieved m aid de camp to ,raJoMicn. Leonard
wood, to iimy ai headquarters icmrai iwpurv
ment, Chleaito ;'Capt. I. D. Wesson, honor
nMy dlschaixed, to take effect at Washing,
Major Leonard I), Frcsroln,, Central Depart
ment; Capt. William U. Elmore, Northeastern
Department, anil First Lieut. Leon O. rindar.
Northeastern Department, relieved from duty
as assistant recrultin officers, report by
telegrupb to commanding generals oi depart
ments indicated for assignment, then proceed
to stations; Capt, Charles It, Robert 0111,
Camp Upton; Capt. Albert O. flumra. Camp
Grant; Capt. 1). II. Pelletler, Camp Custer,
relieved as assistant recruiting officer, report
to commanding general of camps Indicated
for duty; Major John J. Madigan, relieved
duty at Columbus liarracks, lo Fort Miss
and report to commanding officer base hos
pital for duty; report by letter to milmmnd
Ing general, Hnuthcrn Department; Major T.
M. Chancy, relieved as assistant recruiting
officer, llnrtttngtoii, W. Va report In person
to rommandlng officer, Madison liarracks;
First Lieut, Albert C FleU relieved at Oen-
eral Htspltal o. 0, Fort JdcPherson, to Camp
Meade, and report to commanding general;
Capt. TbUIp H. Orcen. now at Hospital No.
8, Fort Mcl'hcnson, will report to command
ing officer of that hoipltal. Each of
there officers Is relieved as assistant
recruiting officers and will proceed to
ttlm-e noilft,,r1 sn,l ri'tinrf la rnminsnil.
ing officer for duty; Capt. James H.
Ashcroft, Camp Penning; Capt. Walter E.
Cary, Fort lllley; Capti John A. Mauon, U
S. Army General Hospital No. 21, Denver;
rapt. CharlfjS E. Sears, Fort Logan, Capt.
Henry j. Ilerrick, honorably discharged; Capt.
Herbert L. Jo!mon. relieved further duty as
assistant recruiting officer, Jacksonville, to
Arcadia, Fla., and report to commanding
officer, Oarlstrom Field. Each officer named
is relieved as.ns!stant recruiting officer and
will report to his proper station as indicated
after his name: Capt Arthur A. White, Jr.,
I?. S. General Hospital, No. 5, Fort Mcllenry;
("apt. Daniel II. Williams, U. S. General Hos
nllal No. 21, "Denver; Capt. Frederick E.
Hlcltson. Canii) Zaciiarv Taylor; First Lieut
Frank L. Laclfflar, Fort Snclllug; First Lioat,
James T. MclWde. Raw Hoiltal, Fort K.im
Houston. E6ib of following named officers
rcllcied from duty ns assistant recruiting
officer and return to station Indicated : Maor
1). Dwlre, Camp Lcwla; Major I. C. lllley.
Walter ttced (leneral Hospital, Taltoma Tark;
Cnpt. Rli n. Ilrovm. Camp Tnvli; Capt. II.
S. Chafe, Fort I.oan : Capt Guy C. Kmery,
War rri.on liarracks, Fort Douglas ; Capt. W.
li. Harm, rort nils.; capt. v. jt Lippin
cott, Fort Williams; Capt. S. M. Myers, Camp
mnston ,- lapi. iiomer lugaeiu, vaacourer
COAST ARTILLERY CORPS.
Lieut. -Col. Frank S. Clark will mako not to
exVed one triu er month from Anril to
June. 13.0, from Port Monroe to Washington.
lor eonsimauon witn iniei ot toast Ar
tillery: leave for three days granted Capt.
Walter P. Boatwrigbt, clfcctlve on or about
FIELD ARTILLERY CORFS.
Capt. Kenneth S. 1'crl.iiu report to attend-
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Bewildering Beauty Cfaonu
1 Ins; surgeon, Connecticut avenue and L treetl
N. W Waahlngton, for annual physical tX'
ttn.lnlAn nn,i p.tum in nroncr station.
leave ot ten day granted, Second Lieut. John
QUARTERMASTER COIU 3
Capt. Ollbort It. Carr, honorably discharged!
Capt. Michael 11. Miller, relieved at Wasmue
ton, to Camp Knox, and report to construct
Inr. quartermaster for duty a.i assistant!
Capt. Calrln A. Leuthold. rolloved present
duty as disbursing officer in office of deputy
zone ftnanco officer. Seattlo, effectiye on ar
rival of Col. Tllinan Campbell, Field Artill
ery, and detailed a property uJitorr ?i"n
station at Hoaltlei Capt. Stuart C. Leake,
honorably discharged, to talio effect. Wash
Ington. April 15; Major Lloyd D. "aorth.
relieved an property auditor In office of dep
uty lone nnuifo oincer, uaiiiiiiun'. iu . u..r
dolphla, and teport to deputy tone flnanco
officer, and by fetter to gone finance officer,
Eastern finance rono, for duty as properly
ttUdUOr CAVALRY. ,
Capt. Copley Enoa, rellovod present duty
at Oregon Agricultural College, li assigned
to Kloventh Cavalry, and will proceed 10
Monterey, Cal and report! Capt, Cuahman
Hartwolf. relieved at Montereyi Cal., detailed
as assistant professor of military elcnee
and tactics at Oregon Agricultural College;
Col. George O. Cross, from Columbua bar
racks, to this city und report to Adjutant
General of the Army on temporary duly for
consultation In connection with recrulllnff,
and on completion return toptatlon.
CORPS OF ENQINEERS. tl
First Lieut. Paul Eliman, from Washing
ton, to Chicago, thence to St. Louie, on
temporary duly In connection with settlement
of engineers' claims, and return to station;
Major Thomas J. Powells, relieved at gen
rral hospital No, 2, Fort Mcllenry, to Fort
McFhcrson, and report to commanding officer
goneral hospital No. 6 lor duty as chief
educational officer; Lleut.-Col, Sherward A.
Chaney, appointed member of board con
,,.nJ.i h .nVrlnl nnlera December S. 1919. In
Now York, for examination of such officers
r th rmi of Enclneora as may be or
dered for examination for promotion, vice
coi. w. . .aaf.wfe.
Jnlin fl. Turock. from Detroit district
ordnanco office, to U. S. Army general hos
nital No, a, Fort Sheridan, and report to
J West 441h St
To-Day at 2:30 P. M(. (1st Session)
The Sale by Auction oi
ENGLISH and FRENCH
And VALUABLE ART WORKS
See Catalogue. "" r"
The Sal? Will Be CrnH.urted hv Mr. AUGUSTUS W. CT.ARKB
Sale Days: TO-DAY (THUR.),
Tomorrow (Friday) & Saturday,
April 8, 9 & 10, t 2 P. M. EachDaj.
NOTEl The HatcrLlbrary 1U be
sold Tomorrow (1TI.), at 3 P. M., In
i- 40 E. 45th St.
S. W. Cor.
James P. fillo & Son, Auctioneers
IMPORTANT SALE OF
Antique & Modern
11T ORDER OF
.Mr. Benjamin Guinness
Removed From 8 Washington Squire
AND THU CONTENTS OF
A Long Island Mansion
DT ORDER OV
Samuel C. Herriman
COUNSELLOR AT LAW
The Hatch Library
There are many pieces of
Sterling Silver, Porcelain,
Jewelry, and some vqry Impor
tant Bronzes to bo found In
the catalogue. Also a collec
tion of Early Victorian Cos
tumes, Two Baby Grand Stein
way Pianos, Two Aoollan Or
chestrals. NOW ON EXHIBITION.
SALE SESSIONS g
TO-DAY (THURSDAY), g
FRIDAY & SATURDAY, g
April 8th, 9th and 10th, g
at 2:30 P. M. Each Day, in N
PLAZA ART I
5-7 East 59th St.
(Near 3th Ave.)
Edward P. O'Reilly, Auctioneer.
AT ABSOLUTE AUCTION
Hawkins, Delalleld & Longfellow,
Belonging to the lato
Annie Traquair Lang
a The Talented American 1'alnter W
Also by Order of
Mr. G. L. Dreifuss
. OF THIS CITY
Gxttittinj of rer; fine Furruihinjt, H
Studio Typet in Enilish, Italian and
Sptnith Periods; Tipettry and
tNeedlewsrk Panelt; Genoese Velvet),
Van Drks Points, Paintings, Ruji,
Chini, Larnpi, Birye Brontes, Etch
bgi, Enjraringt, Minitturei, Do-
hemian uiui, t,nme se rorctiaini, dii- i
vermrejSraill Collection oi Jewelrj, .
ON rilEE VIEW TO SALT. TIME,
Cotalojme on Application.
1 elepnone t'laza (Mil.
TO-DAY AT 2:30 P.M.
At the Old Galleries
15 EAST 59TH ST.
BV OKDER OP
Mrs. Lena S. Thoesen
11EDFOKD PAI1K. EW YORK.
Alio put two o! the Boeck Collection ot
Chinese Curios, Ruts, Furniture, etc.,
cenpriimf complete rathojtnv Sheri
ton Dininj Room Suite, Reception and
Bedroom Furniture, Setteet, Tablet,
Chairs, Dretien, ChirToniers and
numerout odd pieces; alto CarptU.
Rug, Driperiu, Silierware, China and
Glistware, Books, Bronzes, Engrav
ings, Valuable Paintings and other
useful Household Effects.
OS FltEK V1UU TO SALE TIME.
Mr. C. It. CLAKKi:. Auctioneer.
BTT.T.TB BURKE WINS SUIT.
Prove. She Did Not Own Car At
Time of Accident.
Blllla Bdrko. tho actress, wife of Flo-
rent Zlegfcld, Jr., won tho $15.000.dam-
.1CK1U1U, Jl,, nu .ta ,.v,v,uiii-
1 . . ' . . .. .. .
ago action wnicn Joim u. itau Drpuint
uga nst her for injuries received in nn
,,.nmnhii indent. She nroved she had
automobile accident She proved she hud
sold the automobllo In qucntlon some
time beforo tho accident
Supremo Court Justice wccooit di
rected tho Jury to find, that Mrs, Zlcgfeld
wns not responsible for tho Injuries
BUfforcd by tho plaintiff.
UKCKIVKItS IN IIANKUUITCY.
Receivers In bankruptcy appointed
Wednesday In the Federal District Court
were as followa! , .
Judge Learned Hand appointed Edward
J. Collins as receiver for Dorb 0. .Oakley
boarding hoUB propfletruen. Liabilities,
111,711); assets, J!,o09.
Taylor Mora waa appointed by Judge
Hand ua, rscclver for Post Van der uurg
Company, N. Y., Inc.. with a bond of
13,000, Stated llablllttea approximate
$700: jst notx given.
I-oula Rosenthal Cigar Manufacturing
Company, Inc., cigars and. tobacco, at 131
riilrd avenue, Wednesday .aligned far tho
benellt of creditors to Murcui HMfnd.
The company waa Incorporated In 1H.
, ...l. nmanihul Is nrfifltdflnt.
The International Bale and Export
Company, xportlng and importing gen
n.;h,TniH.n with offices at 210 West
Broadway, Wednesday cailgned for the
bentilt t creuuora m wunc ,nuu..
m. in.hir WaUt Comoany. Inc..
j,. In uhlln hlrtBWolltS ttt 214 Fifth
avenue, Wednesday aislgned for the
ljnellt of creditors to Charles Warner.
Alexander II. Haxs Is president of the
SALES AT AUCTION.
Auction Sale Extraordinary
Monarch Auction 'Co.
161 East 125th St.,
Detween Lexington and 2d Ays.
J. A. Fleischer ) . onwo
Owlnc to departure abroad
wo havo been Instructed by
The Noted Opera Singer
Mme. Emmy Destinn
of the Metropolitan Opera House
in ft 11 lv Public Auction
Friday and Saturday,
April 9th and 10th
Commenelnt at 11 A. M. llach Day
Antique and Modern
Furniture and Effects,
Works of Art, Treasures
Removed from her clfy home
411 West ISnJ Ave.
The Valuable Furnishings,
Collection of Art
Removed from 1 tVcst i5th 8t
Former Property of a
WITH IMPORTANT ADDITIONS
COMPRIfllNH IN PART
Knabe Baby Grand Piano,
Antique, Itnlian Renaissance,
Anttnun Italian Chairs. Cabinet).
Tablen, Chuts, Dutch Marquetcrle Tables,
Louis XVI. French Gray Iinamcl
Twin Boudoir Suite,
Chippendale Dlnlntr Room Suite,
nnmn.ptu Smoklne Set. 14 Pieces.
Real Dromes, Oil Paintings. Sevres Vaes
Persian Rugs and Carpets,
and many other Interesting objects
makes thla an unusual
THIS SALE IS WORTHT
of tha attention of
Art Dealers?" Private Buyers
and Motion Plctuw Producers,
An unusually attractive solo
Antique and Modern
BY OKDEP. OP
Manhattan Storage andAVarehotJa Co.
for unpaid atorage charges, Dl Salvo
Bros., and entire contents ot a country
estate removed from Lawrence, L. I.
To-day and Friday,
11 A. M. EACH DAY
88 University Place.
A partial summary of tho ealn Includes
DIN1NO BOOM FUHNlTUTtE IN 8HEIt
ATQN , MAHOGANY AND EAIU.Y
KNQLlfeH. BEDROOM FURNITUIIE IN
CIIICASSIAN WALNUT AND BIIIDS
EYB MAPLE. LUXUBIOUa DININO
ItOOM AND LIBRARY FURNITURE.
HAKE CHINA AND nRIC-A-BRAC.
8ILVER AND SHEFFIELD PLATE,
FI.OOR LAMPS. RICH HANQINOS
AND LACE CURTAINS. CUT QLAfiS.
BR0N7ES. ELECTROLIERS. CLOCK
8ET3. TABLE AND BED LINEN.
SO Persian Carpets and Rugs,
Valuable Paintings and Water I
Colors, Antique Chairs, I
Tables, Bureaus, iotas.
NOTE To-day's sale Includes a largo
quantity medium (irado furnlturj,
bedding, linens, trunks, personal af
300 Lots Drygoods,
Including alike, muslin, sotton goods,
Arthur Kaliski, Auctioneer.
Mary J. SleShane Est. 173.
Sole at Public Auction in
TO-DAY AT 11 A. lVf.
FRIDAY & SAT.-2 P. M.
Home Purn thing & Works of Art.
Steinway Baby Grand Piano
Tiffany Dromes, Salon Clock Sets,
Oronso ntl Marble Statuary and
Pedestals, PalntlnKS, Sterling Sliver
Tea Servlco and Hollowware, Rich
DraerUa, Tapestries and Oriental
Hangings. Raro Laces, Persian Rugs,
Antique Carved Predleu Stand, Vic
tor Vlctrola, Chlckerlns Grand and
Hazelton Uprlgnt Tlanoa.
Mahogany Chippendale Dining Suite.
Library, Drawing and Bed Room
Suites and .odd places. Dinner Sets,
China, Drlc-a-Ilrac, Cabinet Curios,
Library of Hooks, Office and Hotel
Furniture, Refrigerators, Bad and
Table Linens, etc.
Large Quantity CarptU tt Rags.
Edward A. McShane, Aucfonier,
CATALOGUES. . ,M3
Tel. Bryant 6771. Attend
SPECIAL NOTICE For many
years my collection of Art Furniture
and Oowns have been sold through
the medium of .various Auctioneers.
Hereafter theso artlclea will be sold
at toy own salesrooms.
JIAKY J. McSHANE. '
''RHODY'.rOR DAYUQHT SAVING
LotTcr Ilrnnoh of Legislator
l'n.se. Bill. Ot (a 14. 1
PnoinicNCB, IL I April 7, -Tho da
light oaring bill passed the Jlouao 6t
- ... . ... .
Tli,nr..Antn( uau liAm .n.dnv hv n vnlft M
. . m
tho summer Bchedulo end on tho lat
Bunda In October, to conform to to
Strong opposition to the measure is
fpected when It comoa up In tho Senate.
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