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THE StMt AND NEW oklC 'HfiftALP, MONDAY, MAY 17, 1920.
10 J? or the world's oil supply pro
duced by this big Dohcny com-piny-wlth
1920 earnlnp ex
pected to be enormous
PAN-AMERICAN
KTROLEUM t TRANSPORT
tthis time (when the tyorld's at.
tcntton is centered on our oil
supply) is pertinent for discussion.
THE NEWSPAPERS SAY
Brief digest of market comment
from the leading dailies o rej
ular weekly feature.
In aiiitton thtrf are rntrtft oOltr '
tegular fcalurtt and discussions on
Reading Suit Creek Prod,
ittrce Arrow United Ret. Candy
Am. Hide A Luther Submarine Boat
In the Current Issue
MAHKBT OPINION
Craitt on rtqutst for C-4 1.
R.HJacMASTERS&CO.
Mrmteri Consolidated Slock Kich., N. Y.
82-84 Broad St. (Jew York
Phonr Jiroad tSSO Frt Floor
Chicixo Office: 327 South LaSalle St.
SHORTAGE OF FARM
HELP MORE AODTE
Labor Conditions and Back
ward Season Caufio Bcduc
tion of Plantinj?.
AID
SOUTHEASTERN EU10PE.
WOWv' FAB BEHIND TIME
'Men Are Not Attracted byj
Extra Inducenienta to Go
Back to Land.
United Retail
Candy Stores
A special circular has
been prepared by our
Statistical Department.
Frtc on uqutil
Atk for No. 149.
M SWOLFE $ CO:
ESTABLISHED 1306
41 BROAD ST, NEW "YORK,
Phone -Broad 23
Barr & Schmeltzcr
Members of Ncc York Stook Exchange
14 Wall Street, N. Y.
bep to announce that on and after
May 17, 1920, their cashier's of
fice and delivery department will
be located at
52 Broadway
Please take notice that all routine
business connected with these de
partments will be taken care of
at that address.
Brooks Steamship
Corporation
Bought - Sold - Quoted
Circular Upon Request.
R. E WOODWARD & CO.
2 Rector Street
Special Letter this week on
U,K.J. Landy Mores ifflcT
1 Recent Special Letters ori'
Rlbn Petroleum Skcllr OU ""' '
inU.n Ph.W1 T'-.l I flit'1''"
Copies upon request
ESTABLISHED 1005
Members N-Y- Curb Market Assn.
25 BROAD ST, "NEW YORK
Telephone Broad 7171.
Bonis for Investment
Harris, Forbes Co.
Pin Street, Corner William
NEW YORK
LlUEitTY BONDS
All denominations bought for cash.
Based on tho closing we pay:
tiS.es tor a WO 34 llond, S3 Coupons
SI 1.71 for a $502d 4VJ 1lond.No Coupon
43.85 for a (30 3d 11, llond. No Coupon
SIM ft for a S0 Ith 4",4 llond, 1 Coupon
S 18.20 for a $S0-tli 44 llond, 7 Coupons
PURDY & CO.,
Tel. John 3174-5-8-7. 31 fine St.. X. Y.
E. A. Baker & Son
Unlisted Stocks and Bonds
Standard Oil Stocks
IS Broad St., N. Y. Tel. Hanover 101!
The National Bank
of South Africa, Ltd.
Resources Exceed $287,000,000
10 Wall Street New York
It. E. SAUNDERS. A sent.
Not only have farmers been much
handicapped by lack of 'help and tho
tiacltwnrd season but acreage devoted
to staple crops, as wheat, corn, oats, rj'o
and potatoes, have been reduces heavily
In every section, and Indications aro that
farm labor shortage will become mofe
ncuto as harvest times approach, accord
ing to the Standartl Dolly Trade Service,
ivhlch completed yesterday a national
ourvey of tho situation.
j Everywhere ploughing and planting
nr6 far behind schedule. In some dls-
J trlcts authoritative reports show that
nui mnru man liny jjtr "lc
ploughing and planting usually flnlsliea
at this time of the year has been done,
farm production In New York State
; will bo from 13 to 15 per cent, below
last years output, mainly Decause 01
the lack of help. In Pennsylvania 37
per cent, of tho farms are unable to ob
tain adequate supplies of workers and
prospects are for an even more severe
shortage during the crop garnering
period. The State Secretary of Agri
culture saya that the food supply prob
ably will be affected seriously. In New
England the arm labor supply is from
36 to 45 per cent, below normal, and a
25 per cent, reduction In the acreage
devested to general farm crops Is the
result. The reduction In market garden
acreage Is even more serious, being esti
mated at not less than 50 per cent
In the Federal Reserve district of
which Cleveland is tho centro the sit
uation Is so serious that a bitter strug
gle between farming and Industrial or
ganizations for labor Is going on. Man
ufacturers have combed the farms of
the district for workers and farm agents
say one will not find half a dozen
young men on the farms In a full day's
travel. Now the farming organizations
arc sending recruiting agents directly
into automobile plants and other fac
tories In a desperate attempt to win
back somo of their hands who have
deserted farms for lancy wages offered
In manufacturing establishments. In
splto of extraordinary Inducements
farmers are making little or no head
way 'against the lure of Industry, and
a reduction of from 15 to 35 per cent.
In farm output Is faced. The shortage
of workers Is much greater than it was
oven In tho days when young men were
answering the call of war.
The shortage In the Chicago district
Is described as alarming and a heavy
reduction in acreage is reported. Some
largo fertile tracts liave been abandoned
owing to Inability to obtain hands to
work them. Similar conditions are re
ported from St. Louis and many farm
ers are reported as reducing acreage to
a fourth of the area cultivated last year.
For steady help farmers are offering
(75 a month and such attractions as
short hours, house, garden, pasture for
a horse and a cow, COO pounds of pork
and part of the fruit crop, but even
such inducements have failed to produce
any material Increase of workers.
In the Northwest many farmers are
abandoning or greatly reducing their
iuti.il. r.raos nnd nrn Dlontlnir hav hnfl'.
-othcrnhirigs which can be handled with"
a minimum amount of labor.
' The Mississippi Valley is short at least
ZfiSyi men and grave fears of the pros
pect, during the harvesting period are
emqriaineu. ine situation in uie oouin
Is generally tho same as It Is In most
other localities. On the Pacific coast
the sTtoTTa'Be of labor apparently Is less
acute than It is in other sections.
British nnkera Plan to Ilealjlll-
.tale Industries. '
'Tho lotorrnlnation of. Great Britain
to extend her control In all world mar
kets leading to the East" , Is evidenced
by the Dlans of .her bankers to rchnbll-
lltate the Industries of southeastern
Europe, according to a statement of the
Guaranty Trust Company In tho latest
Iskuo of Its fortnightly trado review",
American Goods and Foreign Markets
It ndds that "with the world suffering
from underproduction and at tho. same
time from the enforced Idleness of fac
tories throughout Europe, the British
method of setting the machlnory In mo-i
tlon Is not only constructive and far
slghtod, but of worldwide significance."
Tho group of British bnnker which Is
to undertake that tusk la to be known us
tho Anglo-Danublan Association, Us pur
pose being "to furnish the raw materials
which these countries need under an ar
rangement which will Insure their trans
formation Into finished goods In the least
possible time, thus shortening tho term
of necessary credit extensions.. 1 .
"It Is In grappling boldly with prob
lems such on those raised by tho dis
memberment of Austria that British
ability to organize foreign trado stands
preeminent. The Initial capital to be,
employed Is not great, but the method
Is sound. Moreover, it Is applicable not
only to territories formerly Austrian but
to nil parts of tho world temporarily
prostrate. It amounts In essence to,
shlnn nir raw material to ny point
where manufacturing facilities ore lying
Idle, retaining full control or tnis raw
material through each stage of trans
formation, and deducting from the final
sale price of the article a sum which
might aptly bo called a manufacturing
commission, payable to the factories that
have assisted In the work."
To Offer Oreiron Tlontl,
The State of Oregon has sold to the
National City Company and Harris,.
Forties & Co, $1,000,000 of flvo to
twenty-four year 4 per cent serial
boml. They ..will he offered on a 6 Vi
per omtjAjvr J CANADA'S PLAN FOB BAILS. SSSS1 . ... M ITO-AERICAN
r : "" . v, rj-.r..r,- nw "!.:' "mat:
two months ago on a 4 per cent, basis. .,, . Euln- Howard, Stella a-n. Vl(lman..
. ---- - - Holmes, John T. P, D. wnguon..
ment , TvunJt. .Certificates. , Kauffmann, Frederick A. Mgar
'T I nfc. Inn
The -new railway financing which the Kaiiner, rul and J&cob Btler
New York sod Hartford Insurance Stocks.
1.05 1
370.13
239.KI
162,33 ,
Aetna Casualty t Surety. 4M
Aetna Insurance Co........ 470
Aetna Life Insurance Co 070
Assurance Co. of America fl.1
American Alliance 270
City of New York 'i(a
Continental '.. 72
Commonwealth 300
Fldellty-Fhenlx 540
Franklin 85
Cllens Falls CO
Globe A Ruteers 1000
Oreat American, new stock 200
Hanover 85
Hartford Fire Ins. Co... 575
Home : 550
National Liberty 175
National Fire ids. co 4in
New York Olass Date 110
Niagara 140
North niver 40
Northern 102
Pacific 45
rlioenlx insurance Co va
Standard Fire Ins. Co 75
Rtuyvesant ,M
Travelers 500
United States 45
Westchester 30
Bid. Asked. I
500
100
40
130
100
45
BONDS IN NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE
Sales for we6k
1920. .
$60,792,000
1919.
$72,056,000
WEEK ENDED MAY 15, 1920.
1918. I ' 1920.
$10,252,000 I January 1 to date.$l,415.031,000
1919.
$1,270,968,000
191S.
$536,866,000
Sites.
IllrH-
est.
3770 Liberty 3 Wj 02.04
55 Liberty 3 Jsreg 01.00
123 Liberty 1st 4s 85.70
610 Liberty 2d 4s 85.30
623 Liberty 1st 4 Kh H7.00
1 Liberty lt 4 K re..... . 85.83
8125 Liberty 2d 4 H'. 85.38
5 Liberty 2d 4 Us rcg 84.80
5908 Liberty 3d i s 80.10
3 Liberty 3d 4 Jfsreg 83.70
14022Llbcrty 4th 4 Ms K5.80
2 Liberty 4th 4 lis reg 83.58
6246 Victory 4)
5647 Victory 3 fs..,
1 TjuIUxl Stairs 4s coupon
1 United SUtes 4s rcg....
Low
est.
ClM-
lnr.
Net
Ch'e.
, 1320 1
Hlsh. Low.
00.00
O0.80
84.6Q
84.00
85.74
85.80
84.10
Hl.S'J
87.02
88.60
85.00
85.53
80.10 06.60
06.03 05.50
106H 100H lOtlK
105 105 105
00.00 .03 100.40 89.30
00 83 01.00 00.80
81.601.40 03.58 81.30
81.001.00 92.42 84.00
85.71 .74 04.00 85.00
85.83
8M0 .70
8183
87.081.02
88.60
85.02 .08
85.58
95.00 .30
05.50 .42
85.80 85.80
02.80 81.10
31.83 81.89
01.08 87.02
83.70 83.60
03.00 81.50
85.58 85.58
09.40 95.90
90.40 05.50
H 106 H 1II5M
1 100 jC 105
1001 Anglo-French Ss....!.... 0SJ OS 93 Jf 09 1 93
10 City or Bordeaux Qs S71 S0J( 86J U 02 li 80 J (
22 City of Lyons 6s o7?i 87 87 W 92 f 87
40 City of Marseilles 0s 88 87 87 )(. 03 87
114 CltyofParUCs 01 89),' 01 03 S3JJ
414 United King&X 1921... 95 04H 04X 07U 02)
64 United King 5s -22 rets. 03)f 03U M.W f 01K 00)
280 United King 5K '29 rets. 01H 00H 90( ?, 95 U 8Stf
119 United rang 5Ks 1937... SO 85JJ KiH ! 00 !( 83H
19 f)om Canada 5K 1021... 07M 07- 07)1 ( 0S 03 JJ
67 Dora Canada 6JJs 1929... 91H 90.' 91s' J OSJf SSJi
7 Dom Canada 5s 1921 07 Ji 97 07 03 H 90
29 Dora Canada 8s 1026 90 SSH S3H I 9-5 88
16 Dom Canada 5s 1931 sa; 68,'i 89H 92); RSJi
20 Republic of Cubans 1904. OIK 00),' 0l 1K 02 h' 00
1 Republic or Cutut&s 1914. SOU SOU S0$ Jf 60 80 JJ
10 Republic of Cuba 4Jis-.. 73f 73ft 73i 77 72
350 U8ofMcxlco5s..J..... 35 33 S3J4 ; 43 30
' 9 ArgentraoGov6s 71 70 70H !i 75 70
35 Dominican Republic 5s .. 831J 81),' 81 H l,'i S6 70
1 Italian 0H 03Jj 95JS 95h 05)5 05M
46 City of Copenhagen 5K.. 76H 7-HJ 74j 1 Si) 74JJ
70 Chinese Gov 5s 41 42?i I2)X J 54 42
210 Japanese 1 4 Hs 70J-a 75j 70 - !J 81 CO
209 Japanese 2d 4 J js 75j 74); 74J J 82 07J4
403 Japanese 4s COK 68JX SSJf )J 71 50H
21 City of Tokyo 5s 5Uj 54 H 54tf K OOJf 54
2 VaflsTjrownD&Coctfs.. 52K 52K 52 W 2 00 JJ 50
$0NEY AND EXCHANGE.'
CALL MONEY FOR WEEK.
' Ibted Collateral.
Open ". 7
High
Last ..
Year's
Year's
high...
low....
.1!
.. 7
.. 8
..25
.. 6
t All Industrials.
Open 7
High 12
Low 7
Last 8
Year's high 25
Year's low 6
TIME LOANS FOR WEEK.
Mixed Collateral.
Sixty, days 8
Ninety days 8
Four months 8
rFIve months 8
Six months 8
All Industrials.
Sixty days 8
ninety aays 14
Four months 8u
Five months 811
an monuis b$
FOREIGN EXCHANGE.
LONDON.
Monday
Tuesday ...
Wednesday
Thursday . ,
Friday .....
Saturday ..
Hlch.
,$3.83H
. 3.85
. 3.8.1H
. 3.82
. 3.82H
. 3.82
High.
....I.1.S4U
.... 3.85
.... 3.84K
.... 3.82S
3.8.1
Saturday 3.82
PARIS.
Monday ...
Tuesday ...
Wednesday
Thursday .
iriaay
-Demand-Low.
$3.83
3.83?;
3.82H
3.Wi
3.81
1JIIS
-Cables
Tjow.
$3.83U
3.84H
3.83U
3.8 114
3.81H
3.82I4
Last.
$3.83H
3.84
3.81 H
3.81V4
Last
$3,841
3.84
S.8314
3.82!4
3.82
3.82U
High.
Monday 0637
Tuesday niwyi
Wednesday 0669
Thursday 0663
Friday 0656
Saturday 0657
'VIA COLON"
40MN U HCSRIll. P.
DIRECT R0UTC TO
.CENTRAL and SOUTH AMERICl
1 Hew York OMc '
M Broad atwst fbn. Bi4 T7t
DISSOLUTION NOTICE.
FltKUKHICK VAN WYf'K & CO.
Notice of Diuolntlon of Partnership.
ZZz underslescd, formerly conducting bust
nass under the firm name of Frederick Van
Wyck t Co., announce that, by mutual con
sent, they have dissolved their co-partnership
as of "Mar 1, 19:0. and thereafter Its busi
ness will bo owned solely and carried on by
Frederick Van Wyck.
FREDERICK VAN WYCK.
- , ..DOUOLAS r. WOO LUST.
New York. May 14. 1D20.
TO Whom It May Concern Notice is hereby
given: Jacob Morgonroth and Benjamin
Jlelnhotd, copartners doing business under
firm name of Triaagls Farm Prodoot Co.,
bav dissolved partnership May 1, 1328,
High.
Monday 0038
Tuesday 0667
Wednesday 0670
TtioMitav IVJkA
Friday !o657
Saturday 0058
DERLN.
-Demand-Low.
.0632
.0613
.0659
.0654
.0653
.0S34U
-Cables
Low.
.0633
.OHM
.0660
.0654
.0654
.0C55H
Lat,
.0633
.0661
.0650
.0654
.0653
.0657
Last.
.0637
.0662
.0660
.0655
.0654
.0638
Monday ...
Tuesday ...
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday ....
Saturday ..
Monday ...
Tuesday ...
Wednesday
Thursday ..
Friday ....
Saturday ..
High.
..... .0197
0203
0201
0206
..i... .0207
0200
High.
. .0198
.0204
. .0202
. .0207
, .0208
. .0207
Demand,
Low. Last.
.0194 .0106
.0200 .0201
.0199 .0199
.0203 .0205
.0205 .0206
.0205 .0203
-Cables ,
Low. Last.
.0195 .0197
.0201 .0202
.0200 .0200
.0201 ,0266
.0208., .0207
.0206 .0200
STOCK EXCHANGE SALES.
New York Block
ended May 15, 1020:
Exchange sales week
STOCKS.
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday. .
Thursday....
Friday
Saturday.....
1920.
810 900
799, 7
757,889
731,301
470.365
268,007
1919.
1,533,175
1,444,951
1.871,503
1,464,038
1,567,660
727,043
1918.
1,214.353
1.148.662
1.187,912
1.733.009
1,006.362
490.803
0 N Y City 4 Ms 1957 May.. 03 ! 03
5 N Y City U 1057 Nov.. 03 J 03
62 NY' City 4 Ks 1903 93H 02)
2 N Y City 4Hs 1065 02M 02Ji
2 N Y City 4 Jis 1960 80. 85 (
0 N Y City 4s 1958 83) S3
2 NY City 4s 1959 83 S3
7 N Y City 3Hs 1954 May. 77 77
3 NY City 3)js 1954 Nov.. 75 75
13 N Y City 3JS 1955 85 81 JJ
93!f H lOOJi
93)1 1O0.W
93 IK 100 ii
02K 2
85Jf li(
83if H
8 Adams Express 4s 56
2 Alaska Gold cv 6s series A 13K
Am Agr Chem conv 5s.. . . 91
2 American Cotton Oil 5s.. . 79
107 Am Smelt & Itcanlng 5s. . 76
96 Am Tel i Tel cv 6s 94JJ
55 Am Tel & Tel dt 5s 75)j
8 AmTei&Telcv4)a' 78
29 Am Tel & Tel dt 4s 75!,'
4 Am Writing Paper 7s 79)
20Armour4Hs.... ... .... 70
70,
; 73M
61
9SK
E6
59f
46
91
'92
Totals .... 3,845,209 8.603.372 6.871.106
Year to date.105.523,300 93,170,388 B3.432.433
110NDS (TAR VALUE).
1920. 1919.
$9,099,000 $11,473,000
0.859,0001 11,910,000
0,264.000 13,781.000
10.707,000 14.411,000
13.042,000 13,264,000
5.921,000 7.217.000
Monday. .
Tuesday..
Wedn'day
Thursday
Friday...
Saturday.
Totals., $00,792,000 $72,050,000 $10,252,000
Cats . . . Mtf .031,000 17068,000 656,866,000
1913.
$9,032,000
1O.167.0UO
8,089,000
9.411,000
. 609.000
2.944.000
56
13
01
70
74 H
02f
73 H
78
74 U
70Jj
auArmours5......J. u tai
U AtchTop & Seuta Fe"cv4s,60Vi ,iOJ
150 AtchTop & 8 F cv 4s 1960'8t)r' 80H
1263 Atch Top VSaiil f e 8T JJ fifr Of,'
l,AtchTop'SFad4..';. Wi.MM
23 AtchTop & tfFad 4ssW:164r 03JJ
3 A T& S F East OkU 4s., , fcl
' 3 AUsntaA- Charlotte fls., 84
1 Atlantic Coast Lino 4s..
15 Atlantic Coast Line 4s,.,,
14 AtlantlcOLlnecoltr'4sv
11 Raldwln Locomotive 5s. . ,
162 Daltlmore it Ohio 6c......
'73 Ualtlmore& Ohio 6s 1095,
117 Baltimore Ohio cr'4H. 69H
60 Ililllmore i Ohio gold is. 60H
,20 Baltlmoro&Ohlo3HSi.. SOH
43 Bait & Ohio SW3js.... 69H
30 B 4; O P L E 4: W Va 4s.. 53J
1 Bait & Ohio T&C 4s...
1 BctnlehrniSteelexSs...
7 Bethlehem Steel fdg 6s. .
12 Bethlehem Steel 6s 1930.. 7U
10 Braden Copper 6s 85
31 Brooklyn Rap Trans Vs... 41
3 Bklyn Rap Trans 7s cf st. 35
6 Brooklyn Union El 1st... 61
1 Bklyn Union El 1st std... 6t'
1 Bush Terminal 6s 73 K
4 California Oas A; Elec 5s.. E0j
14 Central Leather 6s 92
18 Central or Georgia 6s 80
68 Central FadBc 1st 66
i Central Pacific 8 Line 4s.. 63
10 Central R R of N J 6s.... 94
1 Chesapeake!; Ohio 5s.... 85
1 Chesapeako&Ohlofd.te., 82
237 Chesas: Onto cv 6s 1048.. 73 H
89 Chfcia &Ohlocv4hs.... 68,
24 ChesaOblo4Hs 70j
3 Chesa & Ohio R & A 1st. . CU
0 Chicago St Alton 3s 44 l
36 Chicago & Alton 3 H 32 (
308 Chi Burl & Qulncy Jnt 4s. 04);
1 Chi, Burl & Qy lot 4s rcg. 93)5
6T Chi Burl & Qulncy gm 4s. 71
10 Chi Burl & Qulncy 111 4s. 76 Ji
23 Chi & Great Western 4s.. 63
4 Chi Mil 4 Puget Sound 43. 59K
22 Chi Mil 4 St Paul cv 6;... 63 H
7 ChJMUAStPgm4Kl... 73
02 ChlM&StPconv4Hs... 64.
62 ChlM&8tPfdg4) 65
10 Chicago Mil & St Paul 4s 01),'
30 ChiM AStPUeb4s 64K
6 Chi MU A St P 4s 1925... 72U
3 Chi Mil & St Paul 3Hs ,
8 ChlM&StPO&PW5s..
1 ChlMIl&St PW&M..
5 Chicago & N W deb 1921
6 Chicago & N W s f 6s...,
14 Chicago A N W gen 4s...
3 Chicago 4 N W ex 4s.... 83
0 Chicago Railways 1st 6s.. 69 J
6 Chi Rock Island & Pac 4s 68 H
137 ChiRocklsl APacrf4s.. 63
37 Chicago Union 8ta 4K.. 74 )(
1 Chi A West Indiana 6s. . , 98H
23 Chi k West Indiana 4s. . . 66
06 Chile Copper 7s 99K
468 Chile Copper 6s 76H
2 CleveOO&StL4H... 73
12 Clave C C & St L gen 4s. 63
lOOOJtStlgcnlsrcg.. 01K
4 ClCTe Short Uno4K'.... 75);
12 Colorado Industrial dt 6s. 72
25 Colorado Southern S4Hs 69 X
18 Computing Tab Roc 0s... 83 K
2 ConsolCoalorMdSs 73);
112 Consolidated Oas 7s 100K
15 Corn Products 6s 1034. . . 98
466 Cuba Oatv Sugar conv,7s. 98
4 Del & Hudson ref 4s 73
6 DenverARIoarandee.. 67);
6 Denver & Rio Grande 4H 64
59 Denver & Rio Grande is.. 89K
88 Denver & Rio arrer 6s.,
1 Detroit Tunnel 4 M....
1 Erie 1st con 7i
62 Erie 1st con 4s
11 Eriecv4sA. ..........
3 Erlecv4sD ,
34 Erie cv 4s D
69 Erie gen 4s
107 aenrral Electric 6 ,
0 General Electric 61
1 Georgia Pacific 1st
33 Great Northern 4 Ms. . . ,
3 Havana El RycomtSs.,
11 Hocking Valley 4Hs...,
34 Hud A Man fdg 6s ser A
166 Hudson Man ad)....
8 Illinois Central 8Ks....
3 Illinois Central 4s 1961.
3 Illinois Central 4s 1951.
16 Illinois Central 4s 1953.
00 K 83
83 3Jf 91. M
77 3j; si ;; 77
75 6j; 83); 75
S3 0 83 80
56 68 K
13 2 20
III JJ 100
79. 1 69!f
76 1 80)i
2 H IK 90
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78 85
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11 Iowa Central 4i 30J 33
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0 Lehigh Valley C 06 93
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1 Lehigh Valley of Pa cn 4s. 62 62
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5 IJggettJt Myers 5s 80 80
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6S Louisville & Nashville 4s.. 74 X 74
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2 Montana Power 5s 79X 79X
5 National Tube Co 85 85
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476 Canadian Government has been dlsuss
490 ing with Wm. A. Bead & Co. waa an
5W nounced to-day. It Is practically un en
j.tlroly new form of equipment obligation,
, ..'affording a fifteen year Investment at
70 better than 7 per cent, consisting of
2oo flft0n year 7 per cent, sinking fund
, oo equipment trust gold certificates of the
x 63 Canadian National Railways,
2 Unlike the ordinary car trusts the
Os Issue has a sinking fund provision, under
WW which the trustee Is obligated to nur-
chase and retire, at tho best prices ob
tainable up to par, a fifteenth of tho cer
tificates annually. Tho (unds for that
purpose will como out of tho reutala for
I the equipment pledged, which are equal
60 to the principal and dividends of tho
603 certificates. In caso tho trustee shall bo
2jj unable to obtain the certificates at not
680 exceeding par he may Invest the yearly
mi rentals in ooi (rations or tho Domin nn nf
uanaaa, due not later than tho maturity
dato of the certificates. Tho railway
may lncreaso Its semi-annual rental
payments to absorb any premiums on
tho costs, but tho certificates are not
callable.
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als payable under the lease of tho equip
ment pledged rank as a working expen
diture of tho railway and constitute a
claim against Its earnings prior to prin
cipal and interest of all of Its mortgage
dobts
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01 Pennsylvania 6s 1063 84 X 83 X 83 X X 94 X 80m
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FINANCIAL NOTES,
Hlrseh, Llllenlhnl A Co. have moved their
main offices to larger quarters on tho nr
cade floor of 103 Broadway, and !uve opened
at branch In the Hotel Ilollecialro, Broadway
and Seventy-seventh street, wfclch will bo
under the supervision of Pedro Pablo Fuma
galll. ..Kllv!'l,J.,Jr' formerly with the Na-
tlonal City Company In charge of Its New
X Bai.c"' ln c,1RrB0 of lha East
man, Dillon Cumpany's sales organlxatlon.
IFlmtv nrau Cn l-M. IlaSDCl,,
Mendel, K. Harvey-H. I. Foldman.
Mather. Nathanlol F.-Crown Muslo
Co
Murfltt. Ocorge W.-C. E. WeUiey
Shoe Co
Pleasant Bprlng Distillery Co., Inc.
mm1. 1nnnn 4 t i
Rothfield, Leonard E.-O. H. Slcln- ,
liauser 318''1
Wiillly, John li., as guaruian
Prfgman t Ml
Tlellly, John-M. Freeman et al.;
costs ,
Travelers Steamship Ce.-Glens
Falls Insurance Co v.""
Bpinella; Michael, and August Nem-
.i ti..i.. r t v. a ntntA nf
miliar, i vviv "w nnA nn
New York mo
Tegethoff, William 0.-Herklmor
National Bank 306.81
Trauts Realty Corpn. J. A. Cantor,
etal t 103 00
Twtnty-Klghtti Street ano oeventn
A ....,1. n..ltii f.. m n n- f'nlnnl.
bla Bank 3,007.10
Wassenuan, Jacob United Shoe ,
Machinery Corp'n "IJ3.T4
vvav. cnu anu Liimr i. n u. nam
BRONX.
Collins, Tatrlck-A. Ooiden, et al. $32.87
I'l. r, Geonce, and Georeo Flndllna
-Maroba Const. Co.. Ino 455.20
Goldberg, Charles-M. Bafflno 2??-'
Jantien? Wllllam-k. Hoffman.... 1.241.4
Tfi.rr Phnrlaa T T. Ti. Hiineke.... 161,01
Laxer. Anna-A. Dayton 1,000.56
SATISFIED JUDGMENTS.
MANHATTAN.
The first namo Is that of the debtor, the
second that of tho creditor and dato when
Judgment wan filed !
Annenberg, Moses L. M. Kraus,
Doc. 0, 1019 $834.27
Bank for Fav, In the City of N. Y.-
J. T. Smith as admr., May 7. 1020 2,238.28
Roger Williams Silver Co.-L Getty, , . ,
April 12,. 1920 4,179.16
Shapiro, Bamud-.M. .Bbtwen, May
Hi 1916 201.68
Waters Farm Corp.-J. A. Cantor et
al May 1, 1920...' 120.00
HItONX.
8achtcr, Mas J. Rabowskl, Oct. 2. ...
10UI . $520.82
Saclker, Tiny, and Cecelia Under-
wiiser same, Aiarcn zu, iuiu uoo.n
Business Troubles.
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6 Public Serv Corp NJ 5s.. 60X
140 Reading gen 4s SOK
2 Reading gen 4s reg 77 X
7 Reading-Jersey Cen col 4s 80
2 Republic Ir A 8tt 6s 1940 . 85
2 Itlo drande Western 4s .. 01
1 Rochester A Pittsburg IstlOO
2 RochAPIUscon OSX
105 Rock Island Ar A L 4 )(.. 01 X
o Romn Water A Ogden con 95
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3 South Belt Tel A Tel 6s.. . SIX
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112 Southern Pacific cv 4s.
54 Southern Pacific ref 4s
22 Southern Pacific 4a....
6 So Pac San Fran ter 4s.... 66 64);
101 Southern Railway 6i 79X 78 X
78 Southern Railway gen 4s.. 66X 85
2 So Ry Mobile A Ohio 4s.. 61 X SIX
6 Southern Ry St Louis 4s.. 63 62
1 Standard Gas 6s 88 83 '
IB Tenn Coal I A R R gen 6s. 85X 85
1 Tennessee Copper 6s 92 03
1 Terminal Asm St L4Xt.. SOX
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1 Toledo St LA West 4s... 46 40
1 Tri-CityR AL5s 83 88
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25 Union Pacific conv 4s. . . '. 80X 79
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23 Un RR SF fdg UnTr Ctfs MX 23
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4 Utah A Northern 5s 89
, 6 Utah Power 6s.......... 76
10 Vrginia-CarolinaCblst.' 95
1 Virginia-Carol 'n Ch 6s. . . 04
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30 Virginian Railway Ss 73
11 Wabash 1st 83 X
2 Wabash 2d 73
10 Western Electric 5s S4
18 Western Maryland 4s.... 60
1 WestN Y APagen4s... 66
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PETITIONS IN BANKRUPTCY.
xtTiVf 'H0". 1,1 . hnkrurtcy filed in the
United btatos District Court were as follows:
Voluntary petition by Nathan Kuschner of
14 Cooper sriuare. Liabilities given as 1,I3I
nnd no assets, li.. m..uu iv..i,. c.i..i ,..
of Pfl! Jnckson avenue, Tho Bronx, $1,400 on
iJhfl'iL'V!"' ?ioney '?anei1 a'i'l on a Judgment
obtained In 1919. Abraham B. Albert of 302
HroRdnay Is attorney for the bankrupt.
Involuntary petition against Gilbert A
rrledland. Inc., music publishera nt 232 West
n?rf.V",1D1lif,rr't' by 11,0 AUas J"83. Inc-i
Rlalto Publishing Company, Inc.. and tho
Pioneer Engraving Company, Inc., with
claims aggregating $3,245 for goods sold and
delivered and for work done. Preferential
payments amounting to $3,000 made while
Insolvent Is alleged In tho petition. Jacob
Ullperln of 299 lironriivnv I. niinr,. n .i.
creditors.
r?IS!l""aryi pe"" . hy Triangle Steamship
...v., ui it Tiiuenaii sireet, en
gaged In tho business of buying, selling anc
"eamsnips. t,iaDUltle glvefl as
il:?-?!? wltl1 nominal assets estimated at
woii.uw, They consist of an eighth In-
IVZZi. ln.Jna steamer Yahama valued at
15,000; office furniture, $500; debts due by
Ceorso Cassady & Co. of Liverpool, Eng.,
and by the Standard Steamship Company of
Oorhenberg. Sweden, aggregating $203,000;
1,500 shares of, the lntcrcoast Steamship
Companj- of Boston worth $1,500; policies
of Insurance on the steamship Benvola for
fHSOOO: lease of Whitehall street offlcen,
2,000, and claims, the amount of which are
unknown, against tha United States Shipping
.uim iw uiiitu uivv anu non-penormnnce
of agreements. The company has more limn
juu creauors, ana ine largest CJnlms aro
mose oi ino r ranco nnn Canada Steamship
Company of 120 Uroaduay for 110,308; Potter
Steamship Company, 11 Broadway, for $14,-
icm, unu ueneniRi sua or fans lor S11.701.
Tho petition bearfl tho signature of Carl Pus
tau, Jr., president of the company, which
has Louis II. Moos of 19 Cedar street Vis lis
aiiurney.
SCHEDULES IN BANKRUPTCY.
Schedules In bankruptcy filed Saturday ln
mo .uniiea mates District Lourt were as
follows:
Schedules of the Straight Edge Distributing
Luiuuuiiv oiiutv jiauuuien oi zit.nu.t Willi ar-
sets various articles of eaulnment nt ih-
Sl might Edge Kitchen purchased on behalf
or me utraignt Kiige industrial Settlement
worm ana ana tne lease or the Hudson Ter
nllnal booth.
Schedules of Ahraham zlmber of 1014 nath-
gate avenu give liabilities or 117,400,' unse
cured, with assets of $7,353, which Include
stock worth $6,000. . '
JUDGMENTS FILED.
MANHATTAN.
The followng Judgments were filed yester
day, the first name being that of the
debtor!
Andriotls, Philip F. L. Glddlngs.. I104.RO
Bass. Albert J. J. Astartts. et al. . 164.21
B. Brown, Inc. A. J, Amateau,
et al 1.134.57
Berdy, Israel and Philip Berdy .
G. Paul 1.094.00
Chevalier, Leila (The Critic) J.
Monsky 865,00
Batberg. Melvln H.-II. L.
Constable 717.47
De Milt. James T. N. O. Schlamm . 663.20
Dlnnerstetn, Samuel and Louis An-
derman (Dinnersteln a Ander-man)-8.
Fein 2.106.57
Day. John I. National Surety Co.. 1.541.05
DIVIDENDS AND INTEREST.
WW'''WA'WW''WVW'''''WA'VS.
At Meeting of Directors held to-day at
London it vu decided to par an interim divi
dend of fire per cent (5) free of British
Income Tax on Ordinary b hires on 30th June,
1920. Coupon No. 81 mutt be used for divi
dend. All transfers, received in order at Lon
don on or "before 16th June, 1920, will be in
time to be pused for payment of dividend
to trantferrees.
BRlf SH-AMERICAN
TOBACCO COMPANY LIMITED.
May 13, 1920.
WILLYS CORPORATION.
FIRST PREFERRED STOCK DIVIDEND.
Notice is nereoy given that on Mav 6th.
1920, the Board of Directors declared a
regular quarterly dividend on the First
Preferred Stock, tor the Quarter endlnir
May 31st, 1920.. at the rate of eight (8)
per cent, per annum,- from March 1st, 1020,
payable June 1st, 1920, tc all holders of
record at the close of business May 20th,
1920. of the Full Paid Subscription Receipts
for such First Preferred Slock. The dividend
amounts to $2.00 per share and checks
therefor wtll be mailed to such registered
holders of subscription receipts at the ad
dress appearing on the books of the Trans
fer Agent Issuing same.
Dated new vorK, May istn. ireo.
WILLYS CORPORATION.
By C. II. Merte. Secretary.
CERRO DE PASCO COPPER
CORPORATION
May 12th, 1920.
A Quarterly Dividend (No. 18) of tl.00 Dr
share on the outstanding Capital Stock of
the Company has been declared, payable on
June 1st, 1920, to stockholders of record at
the close of business on May 21st, 1920.
Checks will be mailed by the Columbia
Trust Company, Dividend Disbursing Agent
11. KSK MOI.L.KH. Treasurer.
READING COMPANY.
General Office, Reading Terminal.
Philadelphia. May 13. 1920.
The Board of Directors has dela.rl fmm
the net earnings a quarterly dividend of one
per cent. (1) on tho First Preferred 8tock
or tne uompany, to do paid .on June 10, 1920.
to stockholders of record at the close of
business. May 23. 1020. Checks will ha
mailed to stockholders who have filed divi
dend orders With the Treasurer.
jay v. HARE. Secretary.
COMMONWEALTH OF PENNSYLVANIA
$18,000,000. Ismio of $50,000,000. Loan
Srrirs-n Wc
$2,000,000. 5-yrar, Due July 1, 1925.
l,0O0,00O. 6-jrnr, Due July I. 192U.
2,000,00O. 10-year, Due July 1, 19.MI.
$1,000,000. 11-jrur, Due July 1, 19.11.
K2,000,0O0. l.Vjrur, Dun .Inly 1, 1035.
$1,000,000. 16-rar, Hue July 1, 1936.
$2,000,000. 20-year, Dun July 1, 1910.
$1,060,000. 21-rur, Due July 1, 1911.
$2,01)0,000. 25-jrnr, Due July 1. 1913.
S2.000.000. SO-) ear, Due July 1, 1040.
$2,000,000. 30-yrur, Duo July 1, 1950.
FREE FROM THE PERSONAL PROPERTY
TAX IMPOSED BY THE STATE OF
PENNSYLVANIA.
EXEMPT FROM THE NORMAL AND ALL
SURTAXES. ALSO EXCESS PROFITS
TAXES OF TUB FEDIifriAL .INCOME
TAX UNDER EXISTING Uff.1
OKIco of the Aulftor General,
Harrlsburg. Hay 10, 1920.
Sealed proposals will be rewlvti' by the
undersigned at the office o thj Auditor
General at Harrlsburg. until IS o'clock noon,
Wednesday, -i June 23, 1920, for eighteen
million (18.000,000) dollars loan of 'ho Com
monwealth of Pennsylvania cu uv rouow'
Ins conditions;
This Issue Is n nart of a loan of 350.000.000.
authorized by an Ant approvd the lSth day
of April. 1019. and together nlth the previous
lMue-SERIES A-makes a total of $30,
000,000. Issued under the authority eanted.
The . bonds' now offered, amounting In tho
aggregate to $18,000,000.. will be dated July
1. 1920, and will be pa) able nt The Phlla
(lelnhl.1 K'ntlntml T!:lnk nt Philadelphia. FlS
cal gont of tho Commonwealth, In lawful
money on their respective maturity dates,
as rouovs:
$2,000,000. July 1, 1923.
$1,000,000. July 1, 1926.
$2,000,000. July 1, 19TO.
$1,000,000. July 1, 1931.
$2,WIO,IH10. July 1. 1935.
$1,000,000. July 1, l.t'16,
$2,000,009. July 1, 1910.
$1,000,600. July 1, 1941,
$2,00.000. July 1, 19I5V
$2.00(1.000. July 1, 1910.
$2,000,000. July 1, 1930.
Interest at tho rate of four and one-half
(4(4) dct centum ner annum will be Dald
semi-annually, on January 1 and July 1, at
tne orneo or tne l-iscni Agent or. tne uoro
raonuealth In Phlladelnhla.
All bomis Issued under, the provisions of
this Act shall bo exemjit from taxation for
&nte and local purposes.
Cortlflrates in registered form will be
tsuel In .such amounts as the purchasers
may require in tne sum or ono inousana
nom dollars, flvo thousand '(5,000) dollars.
ten thousand (10,000) dollars, fifty thousand
(W.POO) dollars, nnd one hiindfeii thousand
(100.0001 dollars: and In rouiron form In the
sum of one thousand (1,000) dollars. Said
certificates will' bo Interchangeable as to
f orm
Negotiable' Interim Certificates will bd
Issued If deslrert, nendlnc the engraving of
inltlvo certificates, and may oe ootainea
from t he K -ca Asent oi. tne aay tnat pay
ment Is made for the loan, or thereafter.
Piiinosals must l made unon the ore-
scribed form of blanks, copies of -which may
be obtained upon application at the office of
ie Auditor General, or from tho Fiscal
Agent.
na hirt n in ne cnnsiuerea unless acconr
nanled bv a certified check or certificate of
depo'lt drawn to the order of the Common
wealth of Pennsylvania for nn amount equal
to two (2) per centum of the principal of the
loan for which the bid Is made.
Checks or certificates accompanying bids
not accepted will be returned by mall to the
bidders within forty-eleht (48) hours from
he time of opening of the bids. Deposits of
successful bidders will bo applied In partial
payment of the amount of tho loan awarded
tn him. No allowance will be made for
Interest on an advance payment from tne
time a Did Is submitted to tne lime oi settle
ment. Settlement for the loan awarded must be
made with Tho Philadelphia National Bank,
""'-cal Agent for the Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania, ln the following manner, to
wit:
It will bo optional with bidder to make
settlement In full on or before Thursday,
.inly 1, 1020. three V. M.. or make six partial
payments, to wit: . .
$3 000,000. Thursday, July 1, 1920, Three
P. M.
St 000.000. Monday, 'August 2, 1920. Three
P. M.
83.000.006. Wednesday, September 1, 1920.
Three P. M.
$1 000,000.' Friday, October 1, 1920J Three
kl.OOA.OAA. Monday, November 1, 1920,
Three P. M. ' t , .
83.000 000. Wednesday, December 1. 1920,
Three P. M.
The undersigned reserve tho right to' reject
any and all proposals, or to award all or
any portion of the loan for which bids shall
he received as 'may be deemed for the best
Interests of the Commonwealth ot Pennsyl-
With the exception of the $12,000,000. Issue
of 1919 above referred to, the State Is free
of all bonded Indebtedness not now provided
for by moneys tn the Sinking Fund. Of the
aforesaid Issue of $12,000,000., the Stato has
repurchased bonds to the amount ot $1,500.
These bonds aro a legal Investment for
trust funds and constitute one ot tha safest
and most desirable Investments that can be
cMalned. Tho wealth of the sovereign State
of Pennsylvania guarantees absolute security
of principal, certainty of Income, as well as
a ready sale for the bonds at all times.
WILLIAM C. SPROUL,
Governor.
HARMON M. KEPHART.
State Treasurer.
CHARLES A. SNYDER.
Auditor General.
OFFICE civ
FEDERAL MINING AND SMELTING CO,
iu DfHawif, new xorK city.
i AM, nn. .n4 .t,..i Zagaxlg ar.d ln tho Soudan at Khartoum.
cent. (1H) on the Preferred Ri-v e .hii.Port Soudan. . . . . .
Company has to-day been declared nVv.hi. i Offices In Lgypt aiuairo wieaa onice).
NATIONAL BANK OF EGYPT
Established under Egyptian Law, June
119$. with the exclusive right to Issue
Notes payable at sight to bearer.
CAPITAL (3.000,000
(In 100.000 Shares ot 10 each, fully paid).
RESERVE FUND 2.000.000
Oovernor F. T. ROWLATT, Eaq.
HEAD OFFICE CAIRO.
Sub-Goverhors J. HOME. U. IIORN8BY.
BRANCH ALEXANDRIA.
LONDON AGENCY:
0 and 1 KING WILLIAM ST.. LONDON,
E. C. 4.
The .Bank transacts all kinds ot backing
business.
Rod-et-Farag (Cairo). Scbag. Tantah and
June 18th, 1920. to stockholders of record at
ino uvn vi uiuiuci'a.on aiay Ztl, 1VZO.
j. u. MAiriiw. secretary.
. LErTIOSANDMEETlNGS.
TUB FARMERS' LOAN AND TRUST
COMPANY.
10, 18, 20 and 22 William Street
New York City.
The Annual Meeting of .the RiiwVhni.
THE FARMERS' LOAN AND TRU8T COM
PANY for tho election of Directors wul U
held at the office ot the Company on'TUES-
i . umo o.ii. iiw. J win will n.
j from twelve o'clock noon to one o'clock
Al.T.mlrliL Asslout. Assuan. Denha. Dent.
Suef. Chlbln-el-Kom. Damanhur, Fayoum.
Keneh. Luxor, Mansourah. Mlnlch, Mouaky
(Cairo), Port .Said, Suaklm. and tho Sub
Agencies at El-Obeld. Tokar and Wad-Uedanl.
TEXAS PACIFIC COAL AND OIL COM
PANY. New York City, May 14. 1920.
At the Annual Meeting held at Thurber.
Texas, April 21. 1920. an Increase of the
Capital Stock ot the Company from $0,TOO.K)
to $10,000,000 waa authorized by the stock
holders. At a meeting of the directors of
the Company held this day It was deter-, added together for this purpose.
TOBACCO COMPANY, LIMITED
NOTICE TO II 0 LI) K ELS OF SHARE WAK. 1
RANTS TO BldtkKR 'FOK'OrtDINAltY 1
RHARES).
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that by llr,,.
tntlon of the Company passed on the loth
day of May, lOMlt Was resolved as follows i
1. (a) That Jt Is desirable to capital.
Iza tho sum ot 3,202,853 or such other
sum as may be ,raulred to effect a dli.
trlbutlon of Ordinary Sharos at the rale
hereinafter mentioned part ot the undi
vided profits of the Company amountlrg
to 14,012,733 12s. Id. as shown Dy the
Company's Balance Sheet as on the 30th
September, 1010, and that such sum U
appropriated and1 applied only In making
payment In full on behalf of tho Mem.
bers and Holders of Share Warrants
hereinafter mentioned (In tho proportions
ln which such members and holdrrs
would, have boon enlitlod to participate
therein If the same had been distributed
as a Dividend In cash') for Ordinary
Shares of the Company ot II each such
shares to bo distributed pro rata smong
tha Membors on the Register of Ordinary
Shareholders on tho 17th day of May,
1020, and tho holders of Share Warrants
to Bearer for Ordinary Shares on the
same date at the rate of one of such Or.
illnnry shares of fl each for every four
Ordinary Shares of fl each held by them
In tho Company (but so that Registered
Shares and Shares comprised In Share
Warrants to Bearer 'hall not bo added
tpgother for the purpoe of tHi dlstrlbu.
Hon) Fractional Certificates icpresentlng
the right of tho Registered Ordinary
Shareholders and Holders of Bhare War.
rants to Bearer for. Ordinary Shares re
spectively to a fraction of an Ordinary
annro being issued whenever necessary to
effect such distribution. Thai provisions
or Section 02 of tho Companies (Consoli
dation) Act, HiOS, with regard to the de.
livery of Certificates shall not commence
o "infill the 12th day of July, l!:o.
(b) That the holders of Sharo Warrants
to Bearer for Ordinary Shares In order
to become entitled to bo entered on thi
Register In respect of any of the shnrei
so to be distributed an'l to obtain Certifi
cates, must In tho flr.t In'tame de
posit with the Company at Its Ileglsiorod
('ffke, Westminster Houae, 7 Militant,.
London, H. W. 1, on or before tho 12th
any of July, JP20, Coupon No, 79 de
tached from such Share Warrants as
evidence of ownership and must sign an
acceptance of such shares in such form
as the Directors shall require provided
that such date may bo extended to a
inter dato In the absoluto discretion of
the Directors. -
(c) That all of tho said shares shall
rnnk for dividend fns from the 12th dsv
nf July. 1920, or tho date of Issue' of the
particular shares whichever shall be
later.
To enable the holders of Share Warrants
to Bearer for Ordinary Shares to be entered
on the Register nnd to obtain Certificates for
the new shares In the Company to which
'l"T are entitled, they must obtain tho appro
priate form from the Head Office of the
Company at Westminster House, 7 Mill
bank, London, S. W. 1, or the Office of the
Company, 311 Fifth Aenue, New York, and
deposit on or before the i;th day of July,
1020, or within such extended time as thi
Directors may In any particular cae alio,
Coupon No. 71) detached from each Ordinary
'Shnra Warrant to Bearer held by them, to
gether with the form duly signed and com
pleted at the Head Office of the Company,
Westminster House, 7 MUlbank, London, S,
W. 1.
Upon such deposits belnfr made the Bha.ro.
holder shall be deemed to bavo requested the
Cnmnany to enter tho holder of such Sharj
Warrants on tho Register nnd to Issue the
Certificates relating to tho Shares which n
Is entitled to have allotted to him ln accorl
ance with tho above Resolutions.
The new shares when allotted nil! In An
rr-urso be rertlelered and may be 'exchanged
later on If desired for Share Warrants to
Bearer upon payment ot the usual Stump
Duty and fee.
The new shares will rank for dividend pjtl
passu with the existing Ordinary Shares as
from the 12th. day of Jnly, 3929. or from tho
date ot the issuing of the particular sharci
whichever shall be later.
Reglstcred'Shares nnd shares comprix'd In
Sharo Warrants to Bearer cannot be added
together .for allotment purposes.
NOTICE IS ALSO HEREBY GIVEN that
by Resolution ot the Company passed on th.i
' I'll day of Mayf 1920; itwas resolved a
follows: -, '
2. (a) That It Is desirable to dls
trlbuto among tho Members on tho Reg
ister of Ordinary Shareholders on tho
17th day of May, 1020, -and the Holders
of Sharo Warrants, to Bearer for Ordi
nary Shares on tho satna date who shall
comply with tho rondltlons hereinafter
mentioned as and by way of a capital
distribution such a number of shares ln
tho Gotland Steamship Corporation ot
Delaware, U. S. A. (representing Capl
tn! assets of the Company In excess of
Its paid-up Capital for the tlmo being)
as wlllrglvo to each Registered Ordinary
Shareholder and 'Holder of Share War
rants to Hearer for Ordinary Shares one
share of the Garland Steamship Corpora
tion for every twenty Ordinary Shares
held by him in the Company (but so that
registered shares and shares comprised
in Share Warrants to Bearer shall not
be ndrted together for the purpose of this
distribution) and that such shares be
distributed accordingly.
(b) That Instead of Issuing Fracllonnl
Certificates of the Garland Steamship 1
Corporation the Directors qf the Com-
any be and they are IiTrby auth-i-ed
to sell tho fractions to which the Share
holders would have been entitled If Frar
lonal Certificates had been lsuert nj the
prlco of ono shilling for each fraction
of one-twentieth or, such other sum as
the Directors may obtain and to distrib
ute the proceeds In cash among such
shareholders ln the proportions In which
they would have been entitled to the
fractions If Fractional Certificates had
been Issued,
(c) That the holders of Share War
rants to Bearer for Ordinary Shares In
order to become entitled to a distribu
tion of the shares of the Garland
Steamship Corporation must tn the first
Instance deposit with the Company at
It- Registered Office. W'-tmlnster 'nue,
7 MUlbank, London. S. W. 1, on or before
the 12th day of July, 1020, Coupon No. 80
detached from Share Warrants to Bearer
as evidence of ownership, and must sign
an acceptance ot such shares In such
form as the Directors shall requlse, pro
vided that such date may be extended to
a later date tn the absolute discretion of
the Directors,
,v (d) That the Directors be and they ars
hereby authorized ln the case of any
holders of Share Warrants to Bearer
who shall not have delivered Coupon No.
SO to tho Company, accompanied by th
required acceptance duly signed on or be
fore the 12th day of July. 1020, or before
such later dato as tho Directors In their
absolute discretion maysdeclde, to sell for
such sum and upon such terms and con
ditions as the Directors may In their ab- ,
solute discretion determine the shares of
the Garland Steamship Corporation to
which such holders would hav been en
titled and distribute the proceeds of such
sale (but without Interest) among the
persons who would have been entitled to
such shares In accordance with their re
spective rights and subject to such proof
of their title as the Directors shall deem
sufficient and pending such distribution
to deal with such proceeds ln such man
ner as the Directors shall deem con
venient (e) That the writing off of the sum ef
1475,437 10s.. being the- purchase price
paid by tho Company for the said 641.
000 Shares of the Garland Steamship Cor
poration out ot the said sum of 14,91.,
733 12s. Id. be and Is hereby confirmed.
n t.m nXlAar nt RhurA Warrants
to Bearer for Ordinary Shares to oMaln
Certificates for tho 8hares of tha Garland
Steamship Corporation of Delaware. U. s.
A., to which they aro entitled they must ob
tain the appropriate form from the Hfsa
Offlco of the Company at Westminster
House. 7 MUlbank. I-ondon. R. W. 1, or th
Office of the Company at 511 Fifth Avenue,
New York, and deposit .on or before the 12tn
day or Juiy, iwzo. uoupon no. wi. onni'
rm r, rirHlnarv fthAre Warrant to
Bearer held by them together with the ferm
duly signed and completed at the Head Of
fice of tho Company, Westminster Houj. J
MUlbank, London, B. W. I
TTpon such deposits being made the Shy
holders shall be deemed to have authorlz"
the Company to request tne uariana trm
shtn Comoratton ta Issue tho Shares ts
which he ts entitled.
In the event of a holder of a Share War
rant to Bearer falling to deposit Coupo-i
No. 80 accompanied by the required accert
arc duly elgned on or before the 12th dsv
ot July. 1920. or before such later date a.
tho Directors In their arjotute dlscretloi
may decide. Coupon No. 80 will cease to w
available for rxrhanre tn accordance
the terms of the .Resolution, and the holder
will be entitled only to the proceeds of sals
of tho shares, but without Interest
Registered Shares and aharea comprise!
in snare warrants ta nearer car.net
AUGUST UB V. HEELY. Secretary,
bo omtv mined to offer $2,000,000, consisting of 200.-1
ck P M. 000 shares of the par value of $10 each, of
I the Increased stock, to stockholders of record I
481 l THE annual meeting of lh g,.,ki,.,, ai me close oi onsmeas oil aiy ii. iui.v, lor.
ii if t " States aSSu Cernpartr will subscription at par. tho subscription to. bo
Jat hofflMartlM i b8i1 Prble s to full shares subscribed for. In'
"H Cllr of N.W YoTk norou;?a," two Instalments, each of 50. on or before
73)4 rfriiJk P si fit thi KtioiV ' ! " fractional shares subscribed for, tn full,
lii .o'clock F. 31., for the Election of Directors on or before Juno 10. 1920.
74
87),'
80
tax
for tho tMiBular yar and for tho Iran sac-
BRmSH-AnlERICAN
.TOBACCO COMPANY, LIMITED
A. M. RICKAROS, Sscretorv.
Dated 14th May. 1020.
Westminster lloujo, 7 MUlbank, London,
B. W. 1.
N. B. The shares of tho Garland Steam;
!'"f VPP. mStled5'.." a r.blrteV lE? SvSSKT, ." "Si" f "".n'..n
erly come before tho meeting.
1020, to each stockholder of record at tho rights until neaco has been established be
tween ino united States and tho Dvinccrcut
oauooi.
r,., a m..1;- f5AIlT,,0l c5S of faHlZe? that -day'. " m
Dated May . Hit. I j, PBJWt VtfUtn.
M. i a

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