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"T)Hi SDN 'AND NtfW YORK HMaLP WEDNESDAY,' MAY IV,
111 Jltoauiiiaij. Sf.'fl
'jllBERm DROP TO
NEW LOW PRICES
JFe iflce selling orders in:
Alabama Power Co. 1st 5s 1946
Ashcville Pr. & Ll. Co. 1st & M2
Buf. Gen. El. Co.lst Rcf.5s 1939
Car. Pr. & Lt. Co. ls 5s 1938
Colorado Pr. Co. 1st 5s 1953
Denver Gas & Elec.Co.Gcn5sM9
Gt. Western Pr. Co. Ijt 5s 1949
Miss.Val. Got. & E!.Co.Co!.5s'22
Nor. States Pr. Co. 1st 5s 1941
Ontario Pr. Co. 1st 5s 1943
Pacific Coast Pr. Co. 1st 5s 1940
Pac. Gas & Elcc.Co. Gcn.5s 1942
Yadkin River Pr. Co. 1st 5s 1941
1'rlinle I'liones la rjilliiikli'hlu tt Dnvtan
JJnflcr HCttvy Liaaation Ma
jority of Issues Fflll to Hot-
SECOND 4,'S HIT HARDEST
0,1 -2s Mnko Only GainTurn
over $20,500,000 Largo
and Small Holders Sell.
Writ.e for Our
List of Safe
A LETTER, post card or
"'phone call will bring you
full information on the scien
tifically protected, first mort
gage 6fo serial bonds safe
guarded under thc-Straus Plan.
These bonds, through their
record and their wide popu
larity, have established a well
merited positionjis the stand
ard safe 6 investment of
the nation. Denominations
i,ooo and 500. Write t6day
for our booklet, "Safety and
6." Ask for
BOOKLET No. D-372
150 BROADWAY, NEW YORK
3S years without lot to any
Tobacco and candy stores arc the most
iucce::ful of the profitable chain store
Doing 50 of the tobacco busineij
in the U. S. with foreign possibilities
under way, sharing in Retail Candy
Stores and Montgomery Ward is
analyzed thii week.
THE OIL SITUATION
Demand ahead of supply, low labor
costs, producing companies in excep
tional earning position comprehensive
In addition there tire sereral other
reaular features and discussions on
Chgo. II. I. .fc Vac. Intercom. Hub.
American Woolen nyan-Morton
Uennecot Copper N. A. Pulp & l'ap
In the Current lsue
Grails on request (or C-44
R.H. MASTERS & GO.
Membtn Contollddled Sloe ExeK J. Y.
32-84 Broad St. New York
Phone: Broad flJSfl Pint floor
Chicago Office: 327 South LaSalle St.
42 Broadway, New York
209 S. La Salic St., Chicago
Fletcher-Amer. Nat'l Bank Bldg.,
JWte l'or Stock Eichanqt
A'ne York Colon Exchange
Xtw York Produce Exchange
Members ,Yca' Orleans Cotton Exchange
of Chicago tock Exchange
Chicago Hoard or Trade
Winnipeg Grain Exchange
DIRECT PRIVATE WIRES
: Cities Service Com.
Cities Service Pfd.
Cities Service Bankers
', Cities Service Bs
Cities Service Cs
R. A. SOICH & CO.
Tel. Rector 5289-92, 4033, 3730.
Heavy llquiaatlon of Liberty bonds
and consequent sharp break In their
market prices, which has been a fcattlro
of tho bond market tbr tlio lost several
wooks, ruined headway yesterday, and
under the heaviest selllntf prc-Hsuro which
tho market has experienced In consider
ahlo tlmo n majority of Liberty Issues
made 'new low records. Declines of ns
much as J 1.40 on a $100 bond were
registered yesterday at thn close, Ih
i contrast to Monday's final flcures. Ih
mo cuso oi ino second vs, iiicir pneu ;
broke below 183 a MOO,
The total transactions (n the bond
market for the day were probably the
heaviest of the ye.-lr, although they were
considerably below tho high record es
tablished last year. With an aggregate
of $30,770,006 In bonds changing hands
: during tho day", about 97 per cent, or
S2S.508.000. represented one Liberty Is
sue or another. The selling was fit1 nil
classes, largb and small holders throw
lng their bonds oil the market for what
ever they might brlrtg. Why there should
havo been such an avalancho of LIbcrtys
during tho day no one nppearcd to know,,
but In some quarters It was believed
that tho tremendous total established
during the session was dile to the sale of
a large block of them by tt big cor-
nnnllnn wMMl thnWlll In lt lOSf On-
! ntml report that It held practically all
of tho huge amount of tho bonds that lt
'fc,wi ntircinmed ilurlntr tno war: oui no
confirmation of that report could be
Ab In previous breaks In the Liberty
.!,,,, ai, comnrl 4n suffered the most.
I They declined to a new low live! of
$S2.G0 a $100, a drop- of $1.60 from Mon
day's closo. In one or two casos there
I werd slight Increases front the last flR
I urea bf Monday's session, but oven in
those Instances, with one exception, yes
I terday's closing price was very olose to
tho lowest at which they havo sold.. The
exception was the first 3s, known In
Wall Street as "tho rich mans bond.
' They closed at $D0.90 a $100, a gain of
' io ont from Monday's figures and
Sl.fiO more than the low of $89.30, es
tablished a' couple of weeks ago.
if declared yesterday that many
firms and corporations had' acceptances
falling due In largo amounts sou ......
found that they would bo unable to c-b-
-ht,i, rsmtAF nankins institu
tion accommodations which they needed
to meet them. The Federal Rmww
Board, It was pointed out, had tightened
up to a very largo extent on credits, ana
as ft result oi tnai auuuuuu
poratlons and firms have been compelled
to sell their Liberty bonds to raise the
money which they must have to take
care of acceptances. ..,.
Another theory advanced to account
for at least some of the selling Is one
which has become popular . m
Street In the lasi two or u ii
namely. "Income tax selllnc It was
pointed out that with Liberty bond Is sell-
i msm verv closo to a 20 per
cent, discount, there were many who be
lleved that they must be very near the
bottom. Fo"r 'that reason. It was fld.
many Individual holders of bonds In
huge amount were taking advantage of
the low figures 10 n-curu i..v
tho bonds which they bought during the
war. Losses on every fl00 bond rang
ing from $5 to nearly $20 mean much
to the Income tax paycf whoso Income
puts him away up In the surtax ediumn
and by establishes those losses hfl is
enablell to Miive his 1920 tax down to
a considerable extent.
Nor Is the market for Llbertys tho
only one which is more 6r leas de
morallitd. Industrial and railroad bonds
."..7,,- h Rralo In about the
aaameB manner: although, of course, there
Is nowhere near tno same
trading In them. New Issues Have been
coming out lately In a pretty rapid man
ncrTnd some of them have met with un
Qualified success. The recently an
nounced Canadian railroad equipment
Issue, which Is a 7 per cent fifteen
year obligation. Is going well, t was
learned yesterday, but It was rill M
Itl success was bCcatlsd of Its attractive
K The Atlantic Coast Line and
Ic:,....iJ. Mn.hvltfa bonds recently
ri ri .w "not Tmeetlng with similar
success. They were onerea in me
market yesterday as much as hair a
point below their opening price.
y i(rht i.lbertv lssuas traded In
yesterday six established new Iowa and a
saventh was wiinm i v..
The following table shows thoso bonds
which sold down to new low record
,tici.a; " - ' '
jth 4Vi9 .
The following table shows those bonds
which did hotmaKe new low rcwiiu
rdav. but whicn
their previous lows
are very close to
27 Fine St., N.T. Tel 1808 John
Independent Oil Booklet
Free on request
After ari Irregular opening. 3 points
m.w nn Mar and 7 to 17 points lower
on other months, values worked up 2
, to 7 points on 6. little covering yester-
day and during1 the middle sessloh trad
ing was not active. While the market
was about at the most quiet point of
tho day n promlnant broker sold up
'wafd of 25,000 hags, breaking the mar
ket wide open, July selling off to 15.36.
September to 14.95' and December to
1 14 98 Tho local market closed at net
declines of 23 to 38 points. Irf tho local
'..not market tho demand was again
quiet nnd prices unchanged
Itanse of prlccai
Executor, . . ' Trustee
The Farmers1 Loan and Trust Company
Nos,16, 18, 20 k 22 William Street
Branch. Office, 476 Fifth Avenue
At Porty-flrflt Street
MemW fodorat EOsStro System and New York Clearing Houeo
$10 per share
Preferred Stock, with prospects of
a total yearly participation
of 16 Dividends
The Shotwelt Manufdtturing Compariy, Chicago and
Brooklyn, incorporated 1903, manufactures candy sPlal
ties; sales of one of its trademarked confections ' Check
ers" last year amounting to 30,000,060 packages. In addi
tion to a considerable foreign business the Company has
over 7,000 active Vholesale accounts in this Country.
The Company lias no mortgage or funded debts net
tangible assets equal over 300 per share of this preferred
atoclf and net quick assets 17790 per 6hare.
The Company is sharing outstandingly in the unprecedented
national demand for candle since prohibition net earn
ings for last six months, 1919, at rate of nearly four times
the average net earnings for the previous six yeart. At
this rate of earnings the prospective dividends on this
otock (including the assured 870 indicate a total of 1670.
Unusually well safeguarded security. Dividends payable
March 1, June 1, September 1, December 1. Free from
Normal Federal Income Tax and Illinois personal tax.
Descriptive circular furnished upon request
G. Souders & Co.
31 Nassau Street, New York
M I V
Sjiecio1 Analysis upon Request
JONES, MONTGOMERY & AUCHlNCLOSS
Members New York Slock Etchange
74 Broadway New York
Telephone Rector 8680
To De Sold on 'Chanift.
At a gpeclal mcettns of tho govern
ing committee of tho New York Stock
Exchange, held yesterday, permission
was granted to list for tradlns tho fol
lowing securities: United Drug Company.
$5,000,000 of additional first preferred
stock of $50 par value and $4,360,300 of
additional conlmon stock of $100 pai
value, nnd American Bteel Foundries
$1,031,100 of additional common stock
of $33.33 1-3 par value.
London Money 3tarkct
London, May 13. Bar silver, BS9id.
an ounce, liar gold ISs. 3d.; money, 6H
per cent Discount rates short and
three months bills 64 06 13-16 er
cent' tiold premium at Lisbon 140.
BID AftD ASKED QUOTATIONS
Write Dept. 17.
(hjsholm & (hapman
ittmlers AV York Stock Eithantt
71 Broadway, New York City
Vptoirn Otnee. ..MB pl gt
llirlfm Office. 200 Lenox ATe.xw.1 JSth St.
1S.-GI,, OiEre. 391 K. USUI St
;:ro.)iiironici! m coots a:.
Yir.k,r Office VI zJlTS!'
opon. JHeri. low.
i. -Vs. .i inrs
Conlcy Tin Foil
LYON ANfi CO.
13.CO 13.63 15.33 14.40-41
SSE&::: :::: :::: :SwS
lV.6l 13.03 14.80 14.70-M
Coffee Cabl-rUo w $7S rets hlher for
7 ot 11I10O. DolUr . rate 1 lower, at
lpt. 0.100 bags toek, 3tn,M bag..
Banto pots were .-ailsed. t 14$W to
irOfiO. Futures urn hacked to 23 rcl lower,
ltccelpt" 7.0)0 baci mid stock. .Ji-
balS; nta.. S7.4 ll mr ant 37.0ft) i two
nni n.nin. nnd Jundlahy . 4.000
?lnst 14.000 am! 3.W JSS repcctltelr
'"red from fianto., U1.0OO bags for New
DHAZIMAN COPPED ST ATI STICK.
Tertrrday, ww1. tnonth.
New York If.txW
N. O. deliveries. 4.0 10
TofAl dollrcrlej.. ".J
New Vork stewk. 'fl
N. Y. STOCK EXCJIANOE (JfOTATlONS,
UNITED STATES OOVTBIlNJtEST IIOSD3.
2. reslstered J0J
2s, coupon JSl'-
45, coupon JftJ
7, Panama, 1913, reentered 101
Js, Panama, 1DM, coupon 101
2s, Tanama, 1938, registered 101
2s, Panama. 1038. coupon 101
3s, Panama, registered 77
3s. Panama, coupon 77
Phil. 1st. land purchaM 4s. 1934.. 80
Phil. 1st. punllo works 4s, 1933.. 80
Phil. 1st public wotks, 4s, 1930.. 80
District of Columbia 3-033 "3
Anglo-French Eitern. Bs. 1920.... 0S
Argentine Intern. Bs, 1943......... 7014
Canada, Dominion of, notes. 1931. 97
Canada, Dominion of, Sa. 10J1 W4
Canada. Dqmlnlon of. 1926 89H
Canada, uommioii oi, rX,'?
Canada, Dominion of, 1031....... bOU
Chinese flov.. llu Kug tty. ts. 1031 41
Cuba Extern. Bs. 1944.........".. wvi
Cuba Extern, os, series a, ijiv.. owvi
Cuba Extern. 414s, MHO 73 i
Dominican ltep. 6s, 10-8..... 814
City of Lyons 13 jr. os, 1934.... i .80
CM ot liVrsellles'lS yr'. Os. 1034. MH
CM Of Bordeaux 15 jr. 0s. 1934.. 80
City of Copenhagen 23 yr. 5s, '44 i.J4
French. I'nrls City 0. IWl...-;. 0
JapanClov. 4s. sterl. loan, 192-. TSji
Jaoan. Clov. 4H8, 2d scries, 12j.. 7414
jSpiS ov. 4.. iterl. loan. 1031.. 58'4
Japan.. Toklo City to. 12...... 83
TJ. K. u. II. ir 't-i
U K . B. & I. 3 yr. SUs. 1923. 3U
U K O B. A I. 10 r. nis. 1929 PO
U K O B. b I. 20 yr84s. 1937 811i
Mexico Extern. Sterl. 0s pf '99. M3 32H
lUxlTo Extern, gold 4s of '04, '31 2014
K. of Italy 3 yr. 0H& sold bonds ..
r-i.tu. tiilces of stocks In which
wero no transactions ycsterdayi
Alaska Jun 2
A A Cable.l07H
At Ch M Pf 74
A A Ch pf 81
Alb k Bust ..
A BK.Nole 40
do PL... 41
Am fl B Pf 82
Am CF pf.lOJtt
Amer Coal W
Am C0l Oil 42
Am Ice" tf. W
Am Lin pf 02
Am Loo pf 00
Am M l O 38
A Baf IUS. 14
A 8 Bc A.. 7J
Am SrtUff.. MIS
do pf.... 80
A Hug pf.10
A Ttl C. 48
A Wool pf. 03
Am wr Pf 3S
Am Zinc... 13
do bf.... 3ft
Ann Arbor 101J
do pf.... 20
ADryO Ipf 38
do 2d pf. to
AClaWt Pf. 4
Aulo Salts ..
riatd L pf. VJ
Bsrnrtt fa. 00
do nf.... 80
4.0S4 111,, an.ltll1A 41
J'.'-H? l,eh Crk. 2J14
?il'S?:tBh Steel. 8l4
!2A'ti,i do7ft.... na
'.-.IIH ff Kdlfm. 8
S Afloat .... "..gl.ato ."li-57,' UliTctfs 8(4
do pf..a. 04
Buf t 8ui ..
Buf.n i' no
do pf.... 73
Bush Term ..
Cal Pet pf. CO
Cal & Arts 01(4
Can Foulli. 41
Case tit... 04
enn of nJiks
Cert I'd 1st 8l!i
do 2d pf. 81
Cbl tt Alt.. 7
do pf.... 10
Ch! E t ct. 0
C lncu Ta. 87
C St 1 t O 00
do pf.... 83
Clevt Pitts ..
C Prabody 80
do 1st pf 4(1
do 2d pf. 40
Cat ( E. :A
ColOrpIl pf 80
Con Insur. 70
Corn P pf. 10314
Crra Carpt 34
Cub AS pf.100
P I, aV W.lfl
Deere pf.. VX
Iet Edison W
Pet At... P!
Drt United Hi
Durham II 30
do pf.... 02
Elk 11F pf 33
Hr.icr Bran 13
Fisher B.. 12311
do pf. ...101
do pf.... 83
Gen CIg pf 90 ,
U A Tank. SOU
Gen Mot pf 744
do deb... Lf,i
do 0... 81
Gray D. 21
Greene O.. 30
Hendco SI.. 30
Int Agrl... 19'4
do pf.... 7914
iM-n a pt 1114
lnt MT lpf 7414
do 2d pf. 6214
InfSlck pf 83
lnt I'ap pf 81
Int Salt... 37
Jewel Tea. 0
do nf.... 30
Kan C fl... 15
Kel SpT8S 03
Kel Wit Pf 83
Keo & DJI 3
do pf.... 20
do pf 101
Kress B II. 81
Lacled Gas 38
L E t W.. SU
do pf.... Hli
Lee Tire.. 20
I.UK M. ..
L-W 1st proou
do 2d pf.in."H
Iuls t N. !8
do pf.... 33
Man Uracil 14
Martin IV. 2314
Man Shirt. 2314
Marine pf.. 81
do 21 pf. ..
Mex Fet pf 0314
Mich Cent. 83
lion P pf.
N'C & HtL.HU
Nat Acme. 24
do pf.... K3
Knt Disc.. 108
do pf.... OS
Nat ClkJtS 03
do pf.... 00
Nat E A 8. M
do pf.i... 03
Jf r.y II lpf, 8
do 1st pf M
do 2d pf4t
NT Dock pf 43
Nlsg Fl pf ..
Norf t S.. 2214
40 40 -
NorfMv pf 61
North ani. 48
Nova 8 Stt 54
Ont Sliver. 7?i
Otis Ell pf ..
OwensB pf . .
Pac Coast. 23
do 1st pf GO
do 2d nr. 43
Pac Dev... CO
1'ao O t H 43U
Pno Mall.. 30
1TAT pf ... 02
Parish A B 3311
Penney pf. 90
Peoria A E 0
Pera M pt. ..
do p p.... Ill
do of a... 03
riilla Co... SS
Phillip J... 37J
do Pf.... 8314
ricrcfl O pf 831
i'ltts coal, su
Pitts Ci pf 8014
Pitts Stl pf 83
PYv a pt 7314
Pon 1 Crk.. 17
rr St C pf 08
Pub 8crv... 03
rtobt Bets.. 20
do pf.... 77
Ilep Stl pf. 03
Head 1 pr. H.
do 2d nf. 42
Bern 1st pf 02
do 2d pf. 00
St Jo Lead 13
8avage A.. 43
SeabAL pf 1314
do pr.... 00
St L S W. 11
1o nf.... 2111
fl For Hug.230
Bo By Of.. 34
Stan Mill. 130
do pf.... 70
Studcb pf.. 00
Hup Sleet.. 48
flu 1st pi vu
Temtor A. 4111
do II 38
Tide W O.10I
Tob Trod... 03
dn pr.... !"
do pf et.
U Clg Bts.115
Un B Inv. 914
USInAlc pf 01
Utah Sec. . VX
USSmelt pf 43l
Va-O O pf.l03H
Westlsl pt 0114
West A B.109
West Md . 014
do 2d pf. 13
Westrac pf M
Vst Un.. 8tH
VTiU Mot ..I
Va'llson pf.. 82
Wis Cnt 20
do pf B.. 6811
Thlinket backing Corporation
New York successor to Thllnktii Packliig fc6mrarJjr b! dittfu.)
V ' CAPITALIZAf i6N
.; ' Capital Stock (all Cdmmoh) ho pit Wlite 100,(100 SliAtes
' " Transfer Agent
Bankers Trust Company, N. Y.
The CHade Natidnal Binlc, N. Y.
The Thlinket Packing Company, established in 1009, is a pioneer in the salmon canning indtry.
It JT iUfi Ol the business, from thecatching of fish and manufacturing of cans td the
Wholesale distribution of its product.
The following important features are summarised from a tetter of Mr. Jam 7. Barron, President
'and General Manager of the Company. .
1. Company has no bonds, notes or preferred stock outstanding nd has simple"
' cash working capital.
2. Net tangible assets (exclusive of Valuable" real estate, good will and trade
',. ' name) are valued in excess of $1,000,000.,
3 Business has been.built up entirely out of profits from an original irivest
' ment of less than $20,000.
. , , 4. Company has Very valuable trap sites, secured yews ago from U, 8, Govern
ment. which make it independent as far as raw material is concerned.
1 aaava.., rHAhB
S. Company has made no war prdfits. Net earnings tor past i?if
1 - . r m. a T 1:1
i ja.a.HiM t,inM ail i nnisra i nnn rii iitri i ays. iTrt
(1910-19) atter aeaucung nirerai ucprctionuu ViV3 in
averaged $114,492 per y6ar; and for the past FOUR YEARS (1916-19),
nft,.r the same deductions, averaged $144,332 per year, equivalent td $1.44
tier share upbn its entire capital stock,
l ' 6 Based upon present capacity of 7,0d0,000 cans, anrf taking no account of the
Company's expansion program, earnings for 1920 are estimated at not less ,
than $400,000, or at the rate of $4.00 per share.
7 Dividends have been paid for last twelve years without Interruption. Since
'" 1910 cash dividends, includihg that about to be. paid, amount to bver
$1,000,000, or at the rate of over $1 per share yearly, on the present capi-.
8. Management reniains.m the hands of those responsible for company's
The books of the company have been audited by Messrs. Price, Waterhousi & Company and the
properties appraised by the General Appraisal Company.
Lecal matters in connection with the issUe are being passed upon by Messrs. Goldniart & Ungef and
Kelloggf Emery & Cuthcll for the bankers, and Messrs. Hastings & Gleason for the company.
Application will be made to list this stock .rti the New York Stock Exchange.
A large portion of the above stock having been
' -t . sold or applied for, we offer the balance at
' $14.50 per share
' Deliverable when, as and if issued and received by us
Descriptive Circular on Request .
Hellwig & Reutter
Members New York Stock Exchanga
25 Broad St. New York
Robert C. Mayer & Co
Equitable Bldg. New York
itatunenta he!a, whlU not tranranteefl, Un Mm ofetalntd Mm mrtit w ebtutafr felUble,
f If desired ice uyuld be pleased to send you our
Daily Quotation Sheet
Stocks of the Motor Industry
Morton Lachenbruch & Co.
42 Broad Street, New York
. Tel. 11 road 7300
CniCAGO DKTKOlT miLAliELPHlA riTTSBCRpn
Contri com'l Nat'l Tenobscot Bldg. Land Tltlo Bldf . Ollttr Bldf .
Instantaneous rommunteation between oBlces is made
possible thru their Mcrtannettlan bv prttati tcires.
BlITTKIt-TlecclptsycsKnlay: 0.0..8 piclt
ages. Tho tons of the irark.t Is somewljat
tuisctlled to-day. Exvrcss receipts of freli
1-ulter hav Increased and there Is a slight
surplus this morning with bluing support
less In evidence and tone rather unsettled
at this writing. Creamery, higher than
extras, lb.. 03'.iSlc; extras, 02 score.
02He03c.: firsts, 00 to 01 score. UIUV-C.;
firsts, BO to bv score uotiuuurn;. , "..,
83 to 87 score, C0338c.: lower grades,
Me33c.; held, extras, nOflOOc.: f rsts.
53038c: seconds, 62j?34c; unsalted, higher
than extras. GfifiOTc: extras. 0300Cc.; firsts.
MWlUc.l seconds, 67iJ30c.: State dairy Jubs,
llnest, AISr2c.i goo.1 to prime. 578COC.: Com
mon to fair, 45ftSrtc.: renovated, extras.
MffST-e.: flrsu. 62053C.: ladles, current
make, firsts, 43346c.: seoonds, '442c;
lower grades, 40841c: packing stock, cur
rent make. No. J. 41H942C.: No. 2.
40!4S41c: lower Grades, 37tfl0c.
OIIEESB-necelpts yesterday .3.433 boxes.
Country prices are still firm and market on
f reali goods here shows no symptoms of
weakening, with high grade Btate flaw still
rellUg up to 20c. and held goods firm, es
pecially the fancy qualities. State, whole
Silk, fresh flats, colored or white lb..
28HJ20c.: averags run. 7f2Sc.: held
flau. specials. 3liJ32c.: averago run,
30c: lower grades. 20829c.: twins, held.,
tpecials, whites. 3O330HC.; colored. 30931c..
nveraes run, whlto or colored, 28HW29C.;
lower grades. 20B27C;: ylsconxln. wholi
milk, held, twins. 2803te.': single, daisies,
held 20aT31V-.: doubU daisies, held. 308
itiJ.! Young Americas, fresk, 31c; Blate,
lak mi. flat! and twins, held, specia s, jiu
Choice. 17H8i5c.:. fair to good. 12.810c.
lower grades. 5910c.
.-arin-lnt! resterday. 31.312 cases.
Fancy qualities of Northern fresh gathered
will graded and showing stron body.
-i ! .i.aiv. flr demand and rated firm,
There U also a fair demand for good value
cheap fgs. obtainable from. say. 4"-c. oown-
Cii: hnid .tesdy. Middle grade eggs, ot
'L,.k . t.rvs Dirt of the supply consists,
r. mnvlnr .liwly at Irregular prices. There.
are fre offerings of thesaj In range of 43
4GC . Wltn Only a liranw iiiuvcaurnia t'mi'V
.i. . n ntn faner Quality ara com-
...iTi aram. and theie meet a Steady
demand, but th bulk of the supply is more
i. df eeilve auallty and pressing for
t comparatively easy prices. Some in-
i,Ha. 1ta hare cleaned an. at lower prices
than heretofore quoted. Much of the. sun
nir ranees between 47c and 51c California
(.k about steady. Frp.il gathered, ex
tras, dosen, 40tfl30c.: storage packed, ex
t firsts. hV4ne.: flrsu. 848e.: freA
gathered, extra iipw. ''w,"n;i''y
4Uc: leconds and poorer. .1ta43c: dirties,
NoT 1. itorass packed. 38HOKc: regular
tiaaiked. S7H038C: No. 3 ana poorer. ju
c: checks, good to choice, dry, 3MJ37C:
state, renflsyirania ana nearny iinmn
whifr. avtra.. 33c: extra firsts,
firsts to extra firsts. 4852c; under grades,
44fll7c raclflc coast, white, extras, nsc:
extra firsts, 51tf32c; firsts. 48B0c; other
Western and Southern, gathered whites, 40
B30c: State, Pennsylvania and nearby
Western, hennery browns, extra, 018fj2c.;
gathered brown and mixed colors, extras,
40!b8S0c; firsts to extra firsts, 4684814c
Live. Sfoclf nnd Meat rrlie.
Common to prime steers, !00 lbs. $10.30314.00
Common o cholre bulls, 100 lbs. 7.0OiT12.00
Common to choice cows, 100 lbs. 3.30U10.30
Common to prime veals, 100 lbn. 1.4.0018.00
Common to prime lambs, 100 lbs
Uvc hogs, 100 lbs
Dressed beef, steer sides, lb....
City dressed veals, lb
Mresicu mutton, id
Dressed lambs, lb
West, June., t.&j i.aa
per. June 18.50
Antimony .... n,V) 0.75
Aluminum ....32.00 33.00
I'latlnum, oi Iioo.w
rir iron. no. 1
X foundry... 30.00 61.30
rig Iron. No. 2
X silicon 40.03 SO.Oj
n Iron, No. 2
plain silicon.. 47.80 48.80 4, .80
Ujss Iron, Pitts .... 42.00 .a...
fess bill, rltU .... 00.00
Dealers' buying prices are as follows
Hea7 cut and crucible...
lleary and wire
Mght and bottoms
lleavy machinery comp...
No. 1 clean brass turnings.
No. 1 comp. turnings
lAad, heavy ,
Zinc scrap , 1
Cents per lound4
The Barlow-Cuba Corporation
offers its services to all Firms and Companies
that contemplate opening Offices or are in
terested in commercial enterprises in any
part of the Republic of Cuba.
Board of Directors of the Corporation:
JOSEPH B. BAItLOAV, President
LAWRENCE B. ELJjIMAN, Vice-President
GEORGE T. KOWL-AND, Trean.
AVXt. E. BaVRLOW
JOHN McB. BOWMAN
ItOBERT B. BROWI
J. E. B. CARPENTER
C. A. DOWELu, Sec.
ERNESt U CbNANT
UHARLBS P. tUYNN
ROBERT N. KINO
AUOUSTINB 1. SMITir
4 East 43rd Street, Niw York
Bernaza, 3 Havana, Cuba
L W. VYagier & Ce.
J, r. locft BAanj
N. V. Cotton Exchange
CMcaco Board ot trait
33 New St., NeW York
2 Wall St, N. Y. . Tel. 4M8 Rectof
LONDON METAI MARKET.
1MDNDON. My 18. Following arc tho clos
ing metal quotations:
Ccpper. spot ....
Copper, futures .
Elec. copper, spot
( s. d.
... (! 5 O
.;.I01 0 O
.110 u u
.112 0 0
off fl ra
off fl 3s
'of " .,".urVv.-;AVf mures. 1.000 tons.
Tlti. spot 27 O 0 off fO
Tin futures 201 0 off 0
straits 382 0 0 off tfl
8sles. spota J00 tons! futures, 400 tons.
Uad. spot ..I... a 40 3 O
fad. futures 41 13 O
Hpeller, spot 4.. l.a o
Bpelter. futurea 10 0
a I .t.t. rlaalllAa f- eTnsSaavl.
NOBLE & CORWIN
is Broad St. C
Bank of. Tex-Pac. C.& 0
Manhattan Co. Otis Elcv. Pfd.
Telephone 1111 BroaU
Cnstoni House Ilecelpfs.
Recelnts for duties at the Custom
House were yesterday 1.0C7,12C.33. of
1 ON aEQtEST
btandatid oil l
hones 48C0-1.S.J.4. Broad. 23 Bread 8XN.T,
Graham, Parsons & CoJ
Austin' & Northwestern RiR.
Northern Ohio Traction &
Light 5s, 1956
FREDERIC H. HATCH & GO.
Itione Heeler S3U. 74 n'way, N Torlr.
L'ostcn, Chicago, Phlla.. Montreal, Pittsburgh
which $136,330.36 was tor merchandise,
withdrawn from bonded warehouse!! and
$$30,903.97 tot recent Importation.