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THE SUN AND NEW YORK HERALD, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1920.
SAINT MAURICE
LUMBER COMPANY
Notice is hereby given that pursuant to
provisions of Truit Deed, dated October 24,
1907. the following bondi have been drawn
by lot for account of the Sinking Fund:
17 83 156 242
14 96 IW 265
49 106 160
65 136 .
The bondi bearing the above number! will
be paid at par and accrued interest upon
presentation at the office of the undersigned
on September 22, 1920. on which date interest
un said bonds will cease.
The New York Trus t Comptny, Trustee
II. ti. QURT8, Secretary.
88 BROAD HTRKBT, NKW a OB K I r .
Sepiomltcr 2. 1030. I
RAIL GUARANTEES
JUMP PUBLIC DEBT
Otherwise Treasury Figures
Would Show Decline.
STOCK SALES
MANAGER
Must be familiar with
stock issues and in posi
tion to- start work at once
with staff of salesmen.
We have been in business
several years, have five
blue sky permits, also
building new tire factory.
American Rubber Com
pany of Chicago.
Wamiinuton, Sept. 2. The public
debt Increased $101,755,000 In August,
according to Treasury figures issued to
lay, showing the njttlon'l gross debt to
bo $24,324,672,000. Treasury KCOfdl
charge the It to an isaue of cer-
t trio tea of indebtedness offered August
is, Hohi to cover payments to the rnji-
roads under the guarantee provisions of
the transportation act.
Advances to tho carriers agnlnst
probable deficits In the month were mild
by Treasury officials to have reached
almoHt $160,000,000 and nn this battle
they figured there would have been a
slight reduction In the public debt had
not the oiirnlngs guarantee been In
effect It wan added that payment to
the roads In August do not correctly in
dicate the amount to which they will bo
entitled when I f inn 1 accounting for the
six months period Is made. As n result
the drain nn the Treasury probably will
continue for several months, but offi
cials believed It would be possible to
clear up all transactions with the rail
roads with tho exception of the revolv
ing fund by tho opening of the new year.
Tho figures made public to-day show
redemption of approximately $2,600,000
In Liberty bonds In the lost thirty days,
about $1,500,000 of which were of the
third loan.
London Money Market.
London- Sept. I, Closing i Consols for
money, 45 ex-Interest: British 5 ''er
cent, loan, 84; llrltlsh 4Vj per cent
loan, 78; Atchison, 116 Ml ', Via
percent.; discount rules, short hills, 6Vj
per cent.; three months bills, 6" per
cent; gold premiums at Lisbon. 110.00.
Kipnrta Kroin Nrv York.
Wheat, bu 3!l,fi73; rye flour, bbls..
?00 ; beef, bbls., 25 ; lard, lbs., 76.3JJ) ;
flour, sacks, 1,1841 ;' grass seed, bags.
1,122; bacons, lbs., 220,250; lubricating
Oil, gals., 385,(130.
Custom llerelpta.
Receipt! for duties at the Custom
Mouse yesterday were $484,154.2!), ol
which $1116,060.17 was for merchandise
withdrawn from bonded warehouses, and
$318, 088. 1J for recent Importations.
U. S. EXPORTS IN JULY
SHOW AN INCREASE
Imports, Though, Cain by a
Large Ratio.
$48,720,420. .lapan tl,T44,46l, Kraneo
410,989,080, Argentina $18,502,227, Urn
nil $23,122,800. Chile $7,524,485, and
Uruguay $2,607,577.
Import! from Germany In July to
talled $10,436,022, compared to $291,
166, whlln fxports to that country
reached $28,026,62 1, compared to 12,
426,742 last year.
Union Oil lie-elect Director!.
At the annual meeting of stockholders
Washington, Sipt. 8. BxpOlHl of the
rolled States, to the principal countries
(r the worl.l In July totalled $651,31,
k27 nn Increase of 182. 004.312 over the
corresponding period last year, accord- of the Union Oil Company of Delaware
Ing to Deportment of Commerce fig- yesterday tho following director! wero
ores published to-day Imports for the rw,Poted fop Jw , F a
n.MH" II II 'II ( U UIIIWUIIllll ' finii.ilviMWM
M Increase of $1113,121. 2Sl over July,
1(19,
For the first seven months of this
year export totalled $4,809,254,121,
compared to $4,020,109,266 in i9i,
while Imports totalled $3,431,938,379,
oom pared to $1,954,257,362.
July exports to Great Ilrltnln totalled
$128,894,915, compared to $206,233,921
last year; Canada $98,484,423, France
58,961 1664, Argentina $16,923,042, lira
ill $8,740,715, Chile $5,235,190, and Uru
guay $2,211,518.
Imports from Cuba totalled $118,684,
366, Great Ilrltttln $46,523,662, Canada
GRAIN MARKET.
I tlreon. Geo. II. Commercial Acety
lene Supply Co., Inc......
Unrnmn. Thomas A -I.. Khutor
. Iloninlku, Jullu-J. W. Bchults...
LMsnppolntlng receipts, iilghur cash Halech. flso. O.-LI011 Brewery of
markets and further export business In
spired the strong tono In yettterday'i
wheat market. Prices rose raphHy nfter
tho slight decline at the opening until
tho March delivery sold flti cents ahcive
Wednesday's closing figures ami De
cember Sty cents up. .March gained the
most ground becnusc of the reawaken
ing of a short Interest, which was
Frightened at the estimate of only 80
cars and the report! thai exporters were
doing a good bueinei .
Adams. Frederic W. Allen, K. W. Clark, I Tho decrease In II, n movement
Baytrd Domlnlck, John S. Drum, V. K. strengthened the belief that farmers
S. Grlswold, Charlci Ilayden, Henry were holding their grains, realising that
Lookhart. Jr.. Gates W. McGarrah. 1 North America would be the source of
James If. Perklne, T. W. Phillips, Jr.,
Samuel f. Pry. ChaTles H. Snbln, O.
H. SOblaokS, John Sherwln, W. U Stew
art Francis II. Swift, S. M. Vauclaln and
K. P. Whltcomb.
DIVIDENDS AND INTEBEST.
TDK AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY
ill uriii Avenue, New lurk, n. v.
Notice is hereby given ttiat ins traniftr
ro,kH of tha registered o sold bondi ot
Ttie Amen, nn Tobacco Company will close
at the close of business September 15, 1030,
for the payment of Interest due October 1,
IPSO, nnii re-open al 10 A. M. on 'October
2. 1020.
,1. M. W. HICKS. Treasurer.
AMERICAN ss l IT' COMPANY.
Memphis, Tennessee Bepternber 1, 1020.
Dividends of Pi on the Preferred and
.'ifc on the Common stock of AMRRtCAN
SNUFF COMPANY were to-ilay declared,
payabla October 1st. 1080. to stockholders of
record at the rinse of business September
10th, I";'1 Check! will be mailed,
Transfer hook wilt ivmahl open.
M . K. F1XCI1, Treasurer.
,A( KW inn STEEL COMPANY.
NOTICE OP DIVIDEND ON COMMON
STUCK.
The Board of Director! of Lackae -mim
St.-, 1 Company, nt a meeting held August
201I1. 1020, declared out or eurplui net earn
jnffi, a quarterly dividend of one and nne
hnif p'-r cent. (Pji on the puutandtng
Common stock of this Company, payable
Seilclllh' r .'to. lit?.!), to stoekhnltlers of record
st the close of bualneii, Beptetnber 10, 1920.
clocks u in he mailed.
J. P. HIOC.lNSil. TressuiiT.
Till KIT Art AUK III IMIN ( IIMIANV.
New Yolk, Aug. US, llll'lt.
A quarterly dividend of two AND ONE
QCAHTKIl i2V,Ti I'Krt CENT, on the etfp
Ital st. k of this Company will he pBiii t
the office of the Company, 32 Nassau Street,
In ihls city, on nml after Monday, Sept. 20,
1920, to Stockholders of record at does of
business to-day.
Uy enter of the Ttonr.l of Managers.
W. II. PAVIK9. Treasurer.
x(ll Til POBTO RICO st(,K (OMI'ANaI
Sepfi'mbnr 1, 1920
Tho Board of Directors nave this ov da,
elared quarterly dlvtdeodi of 2' on tho Pre
ferred Block nml on th" Common Stock;
ni-o an ,trn dividend of 2 n the Common
Btock; ail payable on October l 1920, to
stockholders of record Bepternber 15, IMO.
PRANK M. WBLTY, Treasurer
METAL MARKETS.
Sept. 2,
nid. Asked,
Bpeltor, prime
West. Oct 7.S0 S.00
Aloirttnnm 32.00 S8.no
Sept. 1.
Hid. Asked
8.13
32.O0 3:i.lNI
$7.-p.i)
T.OO T.EI
$lir,.iKi
$i;ei.oo
1155,00
IN..-.0
19.00
5S.T5
ri2.03 .-,3.03
r.0.80 tl.BO
(JulckslhiT 17-,.on
Antimony 7.0t ".S.'i
Platinum, soft $iri.un
Platinum, ''ri ir 1130.00
P1atinum,104 Ir 1155.00
Bleu cop, spot
Clee eop, Sept
Pig Iron, No i.
foundry ."si. 73
Pi! Iron. No. 2,
Silicon 32. Oj r.05
, it; iron, t'laln,
.... 2 slllrnn. BO.Se r.1 SO
ss Iron. Pitts 47.ini
Jjillels I'ln oo.no . . ...
OLD METALS.
Healers' buying prices are as "ollows:
Cent! per In.
' Pier-lloa-y cut and CTUjClb1etl5.5O4fie.O0
Heavy and wire I4.S5014.T5
Light and bottom! 13.25A18.73
Heavy mAchlsery comp. M.ihii? M.rsi
llrass, heavy v.irn n.7r.
llrass, light .. 7.33Q 7.7:,
V ". 1 Mean brass turnings, h.7.Vu n. 2,7
. 0. 1 comp. turnings ia.50aiia.Ilfl
1.' aa. any y
Ti a l.'ad . .
Itlnc serai)
I1NPON, Seit. 2, following are tin. clos
.'ig metal ipiotiit Ions :
f h. d.
Copper, spot o,1 2 1; up
10c cop. 1 mures, ..111 11 o
i:!(itm cop. spot.. Ill 0 n
Copnjtr, futures ml 7 ti up 2s Od
Sales-Spot, 250 tons: futures. 900 tons.
Till, spot 200 o o off 12 tils
Stralta 277 o 0 up 1
Sales loo tons; futures .',.'1 tons.
Spelter, spot 3 io o off ins
Spelter, futures ... 1(1 o on off lUs
NKW YORK CITY BONDS.
Approt
Form, Itnte and Maturity. Hid. Ask. Yield.
Inter. 4'j, Julv, 11X17 SO Wi 5.M
Inter. 4S, June, llslA SO mm 03
Inter. 4',s, March, 1863 KO POty 5.04
Inter. 4S NOV,, 10e7 KO 00 5.00
Inter. 4Us, May, 1:.7 His Pol 0.06
Inter. 4',s, April, 1000 H.1 S4"4 5.13
Inter. 4',s, March, 1IHI4.... 13 R41 5.10
Inter. 4Hl, March, 1002.... 13 04 H 5.17
liter. 4',s, Sept., 100O HI H4'i 5.1!
Inter, 4',s. March, nmo-.io.. h:i 04U 5.18
Inter. 4s, May, IPSO HI 5.12
Inter. 4s, Nov., lir.H 7s'i
Inter. 4s, Mav, 1D.N7 "HV,
Regis. 4s, Nov., I0M TH
Regis. 4s, Nov., 10.15 7H
Regis. 4s, Nov., llliiO 84
Inter. 3'is. Nov., 101.1 70
Inter. 3'is, Nov., 1014 70
Regis, coup. .H,h, May, 19.14. 70
MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS
NKW YORK BANK STOCKS.
Ht
HI
Ht
81
SI
HTJ
TIN
72H r.
72'4 5.
-Yleld-Itld.Ask.
d
fl.00
n.io
5 111
5.1.1
r. M
1.20
5.20
Connon lUa. 1021-103S
Coupon, 4iis, 1010-102.1 0 00
Coupon 4',s, IPI4-1PI1 0.00
Coupon 4',s, 11120-1023 8.00
Regis. 3'4s, 1040-1053 6,55
Regis. SUa' 1KI0-1030 8.00
Regis. -roup. 314!, 1022.1020 0.00
Regis. -coup. 34s. 1010-1021 8.00
Regis. ;ts, 1040-1053 5.7.1
Regis. 3s, 1020-1030 6.00
Regis. 3s, 1010-lOtS 6.00
5.00
.M'i
5 00
B (Ml
r,.oo
.100
NKW YORK STATE BONDS.
Approx.
Bld.A!kfd.l h lit
Form. Hate ami Maturity
Coupon 4i'.s, Jan., l'.Ki4 PB
Regis. 4'-s. Jnn.. I'.KW 08
Coupon 4'iS, Sept.. 1063 M
Regis. 4MI, Scut., 1WKI M
coupon i',, Maroh, 1065..., o:rt
Regis. i'., March, 1065 64
Coupon 4',s, Jan.. lisll Wi
Regis. 4Us. Jan., 1086 04
Coupon 4U. Jan.. 1846 04
Regis. 4',s. Jan.. 1848 04
Coupon 4s, Jan.. 1007 PO
Coupon 4, March, 1IK17 W
Coupon 4s, 1!:J-I12, Highway gBll
Regis. 4s. 111.1802. Highway. 80
Coupon 4s, Jan.. 1846 hmi
Regis 4s. Jan.. 10411
Coupon 4s, Jan., 1042
Regis. 4s, Jan., 1843 80
PCBLIC I TII.ITIKS.
103
mi
103
101
4 40
4.41
4 40
4.41
(6M
111 '4 4.41
0114 4.4.1
81M 4.4.1
4.4.1
Bid. Ask. Illd.Ask
America ....2'HI 210 (iarflsld Nat. .230 24(1
Atlantic 3t5 . . . Cuthani 10.1 205
Am Each 200 270 Oreenwlrli ...22.1 ...
Bsttery 1111 205 Hiirrlinan ...140 .113
Bowery 420 ... Hanover 515 830
Brysnt Csrk.l.NO 180 Industrial . ..200 216
B'way Cent... 150 1601 Imp A Trad. .520 540
Rroiix Nat. ..1.10 HWVIrvIng Nat 510 220
Butch V. .. 37 i.. I 300 403
Chaae IPS 405Llricoln
Chat P. ...27.1 285'Manhat Co.. .20.1 211
Chelsea KX...1.17 1 1 M. A M... 320 330
Chemical 510 301,Meiropolltsn .310 ...
City 20.1 2711 Mutual 400 ..
Coal A Iron. .2'0 ... Nat American. 150 ..
Commerce ..2IH 22;'' New Neth 101 201
Colonial 3.10 ...IN Y B A. ...400 4S0
Continental .120 ... N T Co 131 ..
Columbia ....180 2onlpark 405 475
Corn Exrh....330 I40l Pacific 270
Cosmopolitan. .110 120;Puhllo 321 341
Ootnmerclal B.425 ... Seaboard O'O 071
Com' Wealth, .2I1 221 Second 421 471
Cuba 180 190 State 100 500
Eat River... 100 ...ItSd Ward 100 ..
Fifth Nat .... 1(10 1701 1'nlted Stales. 100 170
Fifth Ave.... 000 021T'r.loti Ex 175 183
First Nat... 000 OlOtWaah Hta 311 ...
Foreign Tr R. 00 7011'orkvllle 375 ...
TltlST AND M ltd Y ( OMI'ANIKS.
Illd.Ask.! Rid. Ask.
Alllsnce ..
Am Trust..
Am Surety. .
Rankers ...
Bond t Mtg.
Cent Union..
Brooklyn Tr
Columbia ...
Commercial
Bhip Trust... 300
EQultable . . .202
Farmers LAT.381
Fulton 20
Fidelity
C.usrauty
80
70
341.1
210
383
400
30.1
155
Lawyers T. . . . 130 1 10
Lincoln Tr 168 . .
TSIManufac'ra ,.186 20.1
875 Mer T 310 ...
220 Metropolitan.. .200 270
375IMIS" Bend 83 00
BlOIMul T of W. . .101 121
Sl.'.lNat Surety... 181 101
...IN Y L I A T.521 025
... New Y'ork Tr.505 810
208IN Y Title 122 128
381 Peoples 275 200
...(Realty Asso.,100 110
200 SIOITItle (1 a T...310 120
:I40 55011 lilted States. 810 8.10
Hamilton ....855 281' l.' S M T. ..400 410
Hudson T.... 100 ...10 S Title O. . . 80 55
Kings Co (430 ni Westchester ..135 .
Lawyers M...110 111! West T A M 101 175
See N. T. Title A Mfg. Co.
MISCKI.LANKOt s STOCKS.
111. I. Ask Bid
',8
Sales. High.
170 rules Bervtoe. .283
pill ( Miles Sere pf . . 6614
A3 rules s pf B. . 544
'Mil r .-' bank lb!.. 34',
r.r.iNi r s deb i 18
8044
84 Vi
Low
281
u:,i,
14
33
133
84V
SIPj
Bid.
204
I'sl
5H
ta
183
!'41i
BSti
Bid
Ak.
200
88V4
61
84 t
138
00
85M
a ik.
T.5JM
8.000 5.2:.
tg o.oo
Chonpi s.
2s Od
aaofl r s deb C,
580 Bm ; f pf. .
Bid. Ask
Ad PAL.. 13 10
do pf.... 70 73
Am LAT..1M 1M
do pf... 80 83
Am CiiE.. 00 83
do pf . .... 33 33
Am PAL. . 43 50
do pf. ... 115 76
Am P U 20
do pf 110
Am W VV. 2 3
do 1st pf 38 42
do par pf 4 7
App Pr... 2
d.) pf.... 10 18
Car PRAL. 20 28
r St F.lee. T 10
llC pf.... 12 47
Col Power. 7 8
do pf. . .. H.I IHI
Comweiilth
P li SI, II 17
do ut. . .. .",0 38
El HAS pf. 83
Em PE pf 80
Emp OAF
do 1st A
roll 8s '28 00 03
CANADIAN YVAB LOANS IN NEW YORK.
E 0 F Co
I tlcfc ront
i nts 1021.. 83'i
I do 8 pf
! stork .... 83'i
I Fed LAT. . . 0
do pf...
CAE S.h-..
I do pf...
N Ont Lt
do if. . .
N Ohio El
! do pf...
N St Pr..
do pf...
Rep HAL.. 7
I do pf . . . . 27
8 CA1 BdL. 70
do pf 02
Sid CAE.., 12
! do pf 31
Tnn RLAP 1
; do pf.... 1
fii L8R... Id
do 1st pf :st
Weil Pow.. in
do nw pf. 00
. 40
,850
. 73
. 10
. II
211
71
I5H
8.1't
0
4.'.
310
HI
14H
II
18
Oil
1 1
1 1
;i
ij
20
Oil
Amal l.th
do pf, . .
',m chicle
do pi. . .. uu
Am Mff..,146
do pf 85
Am MAP.. 150
A Tlird pf. .'IS
m Type f is
do pf 82
li T N J. 2.1
Atlas P 0. 52
Bnrnli Bros
ABpIn 1 p so
Barnh Bros
Spln 2 p 0.1
Bor CM... 07
do pf.... 88
Bush T pf. 85
city Invest 00
Celluloid... 158
Chllda Co. 88
do pf. ... 02
DLAW Co.157
I tup Crp.180
t
."ii
si
40
85
l.io
S!l
160
ITsk It 1 p HI
let Bile pf. ss
Lah V O 8. 82
Lima l. pf. 81
Nut Cask, t ii
; Norton 1 pf PTli
N.IZ nt SI.17H
3VNwn L pf.
41
87
1110
80
70
100
80
In!
103
ISO
helps li. .181
IPrattAD pf oi
R Bk Pdr.llfl
do pf si
Saf H L. til
(Singer Mfg. 127
81 L RMAP 4'i
iStoll Ch pf. J8S
s ti Warren
' pr pref . . . 0.1
V Raalte Co
Inc 50
1 do pf 82
Valvo pf . . . 7
Waltt A R. 02
Yttlo A T. .27.1
Ask.
H.I
110
1 HI
182
OH
200
07
135
87
OS
lisl
08
28.1
SHORT TEBM NOTF.S.
Security. Rate. Due. Illil
Anil 'ottonOIICo. 0
Ann Juclei o. .
AiuChleleCo. .
Ami Ihlelel 'o .
AjdTi lATelCo.
AraTelATelt'o.
AtnTuri'udCo..
AmTohaci ol o.
AuTobaX) 'o.
Am i obacooOo.
Am 1 oIkiccoI
Sept. 2.'24
Oct. '21-2J
Oct. '2;l-35
Oct. '28-27
Oct. 1022
rib, iu24
Hoc. 11)28
Nov. 1020
Nov. 102
Nov. 1022
Nov. 10211
Jan. 1020
Aske I
80 1$ onH
04 i OS l k
00 0.1
H7S 81M
03 'i 04 'J
02)2 024
.Inly 8,'80
July 15, '22
July 16.'23
Mar. 2. '24
Fell. 1027
July 1021
Oct. l,'2l
Oct. 1,22
Oct. l.'2i
July 1020
Jan. 1021
July 13,'23
Nov. 1024
April 1025
July 1021
July 1022
July 1023
Mar. 11124
Sept. 1021
Nov. li, '38
Fell. IPSO
Jan. 1020
l)n'. 1021
Sept. 15. '80
reli. 1022
Am Brass
a Pi...
Alias Pow.
Ilnl, A Wll
' Hli.--. K
do pf...
C11 ib Steel.
no I pf..
do2 pf..
r.,li Arms.
Pit P Pow.
Ask. I
5'4,
61
5Mis,
PS,
r,'-
1025.
1023,
Bid
. .81U. 88
,8644 88
1024... S.V, 87
102.1.
'. 1027
,83
. 87
5. 1011 . . .
:, 10:13.
Otis, 1034.
5. 1037. .
SUs, 1037.
Bid. Ask.
. .80 82
.87 80
. .83 H"i
84i 834
,8814 00
Am rigar
do pf 71
c, w Helme.155
do pf 00
J S Young. 130
do pf 85
MacA A P.. 07
P R A T. . ItO
STEEL STOCKS.
Bid. Ask.' Bid.
101 100 East Steel
7,' HOILu.p b a 1 . 2."
1.11 141 .t" pf v.
103 110 Here P 201
,270 325 1I0 of 12
OSlNllea-B-P.... si
iki do pf 01
1'SilSeovlll Mfg. . '170
list Tbohias Iron 40
52 Wlr.ch rrp . too
232 512 Woodward . 5U
TOBACCO STOCKS.
Bid. Ask.l Bid.
.122 12s;n .1 Rryn A
Aiia,iobiii,r,DCo.O
Aug-.VinOlll'bLt 7K April 1035
YrmourAt 'o coiivil Je 1 5,'80-8 1
.vmiour&t ocotiv
BethMurlCorp. . .7
BetnBteelCorj . .7
CanPaciOcKwy. o
l cliArgemllieRy.tl
(TIAUIiKiJnino.4
hlPneuTiMil
CblPni'uTool i,
Cbll'neiiTisd 'I
CCC4StLRyCo..
Clib.YinS.Co lllcnO
1 udl'ackCo 7
1 wlsaalOugRCo. 6
TlieltKlliKSlC0Uv7
'.!".(!( ,.-, 8
UulfOijCorp 0
1 niri lilt lirn 0
HockYatleyKIt 0
IntUap'i'l oeonv.7
Kan( rerkyt'o 0
kctinecbuCopu..?
IjiciiLColAnf 7
LigAMyersThl o 0
Nework('RK...O
I'li.laileliiluaCo ti
1 . 1.' . . 1 . .. in ,' ., 1 1 j June 11. '21
ITocHsin o. . . . Mar. 1021
Prot-AtiainCo ..7 Mar. l.22
PrOCAOamCo. .7 Mar. 102:1
PubBt of.NJeonv 7 Mar. 1022
RJRnkbiTbCo Aug. 1022
.sun UlrConsOilC 7 ij May 1.1, '25
,soutliernltwy . . ,8 Mar. 10,'22
htl'l nDpguar.. 1t Dec, lj.'23
SwlftACo 0 Auk. 15, '81
TneTexasCo . . . . 7 Mar. 1,'23
1 BRubbwCo., . .74 Aug. l,'3u
I lahSecurl'orp. .0 Sept. 11,'2J
W ct.tKleiC'0 env . 7 April 1025
STANDARD OIL.
Bid.
Angin-Aiu. 21i,f
Atl Ret. .1300
do pf 10.1
Borne-8cr.4S0
Buck P L. 03
i has Mfg. 2 1',
do pf,...100
Continent. .118
rres p L.. 21,
r P I. Inc. 131
Bur P 1. . . 109
Balena-Bla. 48
do pf old 00
do pf nw S8
III P L...130
lud P L....IM
lot Petrol. 31
Nat Trans 85
N Y Tran.180
North P L os
Ohio 310
l a Hex F. 44
Pierce .... 1214
do pf 81
Pr O A 0.6S5
n.l
BOM
no1.
no r,
ou
80 'i
MH'I
Bi
00
88
07i
H2Vii
05
UU
OH
07
80
00 H
87 H
112 1 1
88 K
07
88H
04
88
68 a
04 M
01
07
Ofl'i'
81 1 j
88N
80 t
PPM
78
us;,-
SOU
ol a
88
1-8
08 '4
07 lt
81
08
85
100
88M
08 H
00 H
00 1
nil
0H
00','
08 ,
KB
88 j j
83 R
80 '
ltsi
1181
I'd
87
004
07
04
v:i
06 'j
87 Ji
MM
01
03)4
08
02 si
88
7t
1181
03
07 H
lisi
00 't
'..',
82
181
00 It
i.ajj
83
08 4
bo H
08
84
Ilnnk of France Statemenl.
Taius, .Sept. 2 Weekly stutement of
tho Hank of Wanes : Qold In hand in
creiuied 432,000f., sliver decreased 177,
000f., circulation Increased 428, 6113, OOOf.,
Treasury deposits increased 863. OOOf.,
urencral deposlta decreased 1 1 1,650, OOOf,
bills discounted Increased 207,791, ooof.,
advances decreased 21. 307, OOOf. New ad
vances to tho State, 500,0o0,000f.
COFFEE MARKET.
1 supply for the next couple of months,
lit Is reported that Canadian farmers
I lira not sending; their wheat to market
1 in bo inrse quantities as desired, The
I holding iittitudo Is anything but encour-
iilflnir to exporters, vtno wnne moy
worked ubout 2.10,000 bushels did not
do the business of the last few days, the
rapid advance In prices ohecklni their
operations.
Corn declined at the outset because of
the failure of frosts to materialise, but,
heavy short covering on the bullish
Iowa crop report and 11 desire to reduce
commitments before the dual holiday led
to the advance. The covering movement
was the heaviest In some time, lt helnK
estimated that 1,000,000 bushels Of Sep
tember and an SQUal amount of Decern-
Ask. Bid. Ask.
22!; Tr PL.. ...lisi 104
1380 Solar lief. .38.1 3H0
107 I South P L.I22 128
400 BoUttl Pa.. 281 27".
85 S W Pa PL 63 60
330 Std of Cll.300 313
103 Sid of lnd.005 073
123 8td o Kan. .110 530
31 Bid of Ky.31',0 37.1
14.1 IStdof Neb.450 430
107 Std of NJ.tuni dsn
:3 I do pf 104i IOH4
01 Std of NY. 38.1 .'INT
02 Sld of O.. 43.1 450
154 I do pf 103 107
88 Swan A P. 70 SO
38 'Un Tank.. 12" 183
27 do pf.... 0.1 loo
170 I Vacuum ...'1.1.1 380
103 Waehlnfton 28 :u
320 Istd lubllO
47 en bloc. 1640
13 Std old st
83 all 011. . .2300
.145 I
P.'.
02
48
Ask
80
...I
vn
212
88
4.-0
Ask.
ftl'GAB STOCKS.
Bid. Ask. Rid. Asl
Caracae... 60 55 Qodch B pf si ss
0 Amiine. 10". 110 Juno Cent.. 160 2iki
Central .. 22 2s Mat-Am ... 88 85
do pf 65 70 do pf. ., . so :m
Palardo ..too H:. .Mlehlnan .. II 12
Kederal ,.104 108 National ,.145 155
Ot West.. 480 400 S Nlouero.830 350
do pf....H3 ti" Bavnnnab. 63 ."is
CJodch x S. 47 61 I do pf 83 31
so
II
new
do B new,
do pf
1 10 cntv Leaf,
PS1 do pf
103 Waym I'm.
110 do pf
70
36
80
M
00' i 101 . 1
.1.10 200
. ton 10s
.182 170
. 85 0:.
Am Cyan. . 2.1
do pf 68
By Prod. ... 03
casein Co. . 40
Iiow Chem. . .
l'u P rh pf. 8',
Ped Ch 00
do pf
Cranelll ...181
CHRMICAL STOCKS,
Bid. Ask.l nid. Ask.
21 30 Oraaaalll pf . . . or.
OO HOOR Klec. . . 80 70
88 do pf mi 70
50 Merekaco pf 88 03
856IKy Solvay... 7.1 100
OH Mcrrlmae ... 71 ;s
o' Mulford Co. ... 10
031, Bemet s 183 1711
lOO'SolV Process. 200 210
OUT OF TOWN MARKETS
EQUIPMENT TRUSTS.
I Quoted on a Percentage
Vsme. Miturliy. Rato.
Baltimore a Ohio.. 1020-27 441
Bethlehem Steel. .10211-37 7
Buff, Hoch A P.. .1020-33 4li-r,
Canadian Pacific. .1020 32 4(4-0
Chtraso A N W.. 1820-88 414
l lil. l 1 at racilK.lVW-27
CM, Bt L A N O.. 1020-24
C, r, 0 A St L. ,. 1020-80
1 lelawere I Hud . . 1022
Brie Railroad ...1020-27 41,
tlraoo Bteam!hlp..lP80-84 8
Illinois Oentril.. .1020 27
llit Pro Steamship. I;i20 28
Louisville A Nash. 1020-23 1
Michigan Central.. 1020-32 6-8
Minn A Si Louis.. 1020-27 3-6
Mo, Kan & Texas.. 1020-24 .",
New York Cent... 1090-88 4'5-.l
Norfolk 8 West... 1820-24 414
Northern raein
N Y. N II .t- II.
Pacific Fruit Ex. .1025-3
Penn C.en Prelabt. 1820-23
Reading Co 1020-27 4'4
Seahoaid Air L... 1020 27 4--1
Sinclair Refining. .1020.21 0
Moutbern Pacific. 1020-31 4'-j-7
Southern Railway. IPSO-28 4'--1
Union Pacific 1021-3.1 11
lrVlninn llallvvay.1020-30 8
W hile Oil Corp. ..1020-23
4'5-:
i-a
4'u
4'i
.1881-:
.1020-211 114
Basis.
Bid
8.10
6.60
6 7.87
800
7.60
S.S0
7.87
8. 'SI
T.50
8.7
)
Asked.
7.10
7.'.0
7.00
nisi
8.7".
7.10
7.K1
7.00
0.73
7. "si
7. (HI
IIOMTON.
MIN1NU.
Open, tilth. Ln
L75
7.10
8.00
S.71
7.10
0 s.:,o
l-4'4
0 8..",0
8.."0
7.10
S ISI
8.0.1
7.10
8.00
7. isi
0.85
7.50
It Ml
8.08
I. 75
rr.no
".:ji
n.7r.
7. ISI
II. "SI
7.00
Boles
1Am .Un: .... 12 12
lOAm Zinc Of.. 41 II
220 Allouez 2:'. 21
85 Abmeek 57 "7
4HO Ariz Coml I'", io'.
I860 Big Heart
101 Cal A Ariz. . .
2 Cal A Hecla.
70.1 Carson 22
10 Centennial 844
10 Chile 137,
2.1 Chlno 28it
180 Copper Bonge. 3444
200 Paly Watt 4'i
400 Davis Daly
60 Kast Butte
21 Krankljn . . . .
TiOnranby
202 Island Creek.
10 Isle Itoyale..
101 May flow O C
loo Mohawk
100 New Cornelia
in New River 38 38
10 New Itlccr pf. SS HA
8.1 NTpissing ... in io
840 No Butte 1544 I0U
son ojibway lit im
IS Old I oiuinion 2.1
111,
0'.
5814
384
7'
I0U
31' i
10
17
111',
28.1
8
lOfi
2S'4
86
4'i
7fi
1ft';,
2's
301,
12
"dl
2v4
21
0i
Li's
3H44
:ak
4li
T"4j
li".
86(4
12
14
24
ion
04
r.d
28.1
JUL
1:;-,
2sit
SB
4'4
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tit
853
.14
43'i
11
DIVIDENtlS.
Stwk o(
Record. I
Allls CI ('"I" rs Mfg. Co., 81. ..Oct. 2.1
Aids Chabneri Mfs. Co. pf,
'I. i. 7"- Sept. 2:.
Am. Steel Found. Co., q. 75C Oct, 1
Am. Steel Pcund. Co. pf, q,
81.76 Sept. 11
Borne-Sciyn sei Co.. A, 20.Sept. 11
Buffalo Cen. Wee. Co., q, 2.Sept. 20
Cen. Teresa Bug. pf, q, $2.. Sept. 1.1
Hart Schaffner A Marx pf,
q. 11.75 Sept. 20
J. I. Case Plough Works 1st
pf. q, 81.7.1 Pept. 11
J. I. Case Plough Works 2d
pf, q, 31.71 Sept. 11
Lehlch Valley It. It., q. 6Tt4.8ep4. M
Lehlih Valley R R. pf, q,
81.85 Sept. 11
Packard Motor Car pf, q,
81.71 Aug. 21
V. Viaudou, Inc., q, rsic. . . .Sept. II
Babert ltels Co., 1st pf, q,
$1.7.1 Sept. 1.1
llohert Itels Co., 2d pf, q,
11.7.1 Sept. 1:.
St. Joseph. South Bend A
Southern R. R. Co., s-a, 41 Sept. 10
Si. Joseph, South Bend A
B. B.. R. Co.. Df. a-a, $2.10. Sept. 10
Southwest Pipe ,.! , q, 2..8ept. 13
'AyahV
Nov. 1.1
Oct. 11
Oct. 1.1
Sept. 30
Oct. 1.1
Sept. 3ll
Oct. 1
Sept. 30
Sept 28
Sept. 2S
Oct, 2
20 yillncy 44
110 Seneca 11
ion Shannon 1'i
in St. Mary's 8818
ion Sup and Host.. .TV,
200 Superior Cop.. 4'4
lo Trinity 114
I"" Tuolumne 51
18 II s Smelters
lisi C S Smelt pf
tfJO Cnlolt I.nnd.
800 I'lnh Metal. .
is winena 2.1
RAILROADS
1:: Bos Albany. 12fM 11
3 Boston Kiev. . 04 1
110 Bos & Maine, is'.;. :
102 B M 1 lass A 43 I
8 Conn a p pf . . 70 7
N Maine Cent... 81 i 1
"111 N Y N II A II 31', .'
50 Rutland pf . ... 86 :
32 Vt A Mass. .70 I
110 Wesl Hnd . . . 42
1.1 V$ A Mass pf. 484(
44
1644
l'i
381,
44
4-.
1H
11
14
434
7-
28:s
5ii
.10
111',
28
8S
l
15H
l'
83
44
14M
1 I's
38 1 i
as
4'i
11
55
54
43M
ss
In
18'.,
l'i
23',
41
I3
H
38 ia
4'i
444
lit
1.1
.11
4844
Hid.
Ai u Kxt. 2
Ariz BltV. 18
Boa A Mon 88
Bill llnwk. 2".
Calaveras., t
Chief Con. .".'i
Crown Res 10
Crys new. 38
Danblch... 14
Basle l) B. 2'4
Fortuna
Csdsden. .
Homa . .
Iron Bios
Iron Cap
Jer Verde
-'al.
rrON CURB CLOSING.
Aak.l Bid
I'
ll!
Ill
00
11
La Rose.
Maleatlo
87 Mex .Metals
Mid Mess.. . .
IS MoJ Tung.. 1
3 Monarch
20 Nat L A Z. 1
38 New Baltic 3
15 Nov Doug.. 10
2.1 Nixon 14
.1 ! Rainier l'i
ISeven Met.. 0
ISIlv Reef.. 1
'Texana ..
C V Kxt.
I Yukon . . .
70
40
II
7
4
10
20
111
10
8
Ml Vernon pi
HAM I- s Ilk
p nn Y aler P.
l'u By! con.. .
8314
Ills
S2;
12 '
30
. IK
CHICAGO.
141
I
Open.
in
8144
43
10
4M
42
40' i
12514
04
3814
4:1
70
6114
5514
78
48
40' i
12.".'i
84
l-li
44
70
BIW
MS
80
42
4814
MISCELLANEOI'S.
Sept. C.
Ocl. I
Qet. 1
Oct. 1
Sept. 11
Sept, 1"
Oct
EX DIVIDEND TABLE.
To-day
Calumet A Arixona $1.00
draper Corporatlor jar $3,011
Meckay Companies $l.isi
Mackay Companies pf $1 'io
klrlvlnley, riarraah. Savage Sc.
Pittsburgh Breulng Co. ptV 87',e
Underwood Typewriter $2. 00
Cnderwood Typewrite. pf.; si 7.",
Union Hag A Paper !l 01
Walworth Mfp 38e,
Pnrl Mnrkrt.
PAkts, Sept. 2 Prices were quiet on
the Hours.- to-Uy. Three per cent,
rentes, 65 francs 85 centimes. Exchange
on London. 51 francs 33 centimes. Five
per cent. loan, 87 francs 40 centimes.
The dollar was quoted at II francs 39
centimes.
10 Am Agr 70 79
10 Am Ag pf ... 87 87
50 Am Oil A B.. 614 Ti
1 .si AmoflKeag ... ,., ,..
11s, Amos pi ,.i ,1
283 Am Tel 07ni 07
18 Am Wool pf. 01 84U
20 Atlaa Tack . . 24'i 34M
133 Eastern Mfg. 804 .W,
122 Edison 148 118',
180 Elder 237, 2.;'4
in c.orton 1.1 13
80 flray 10 101,
20 Int Cement , . . 27 27
Mi Int Prod 10-4 I8S
1 MS Island (HI 8 8 '
338 Lihhv 1.1 I8U
81 Ijews I0U in'-'
li:. J T Connor.... 14 14
"7 Mass Oas. . . . R114 "82
32 Mass Oas pf... 80 81
HI Mex Inv 32'4 32'4
21 Miss It Pwr pf 40 40
384 Nat leather. . 10S 10S
301 Nat Oil 7 8
10 New Eng Tel. 80 Kl;
270Orplieum 2814 27
lOPac Mills 187 187
28 Punts Sugar. . 7214 724
.".Pullman 113 MS
ton Root IM SOU
SOReece Button.. MM 13',
17'isiinwmut SS. . 2014 2n'
330ilnwM Mag... 1l-i 14i,
153 Swift 10844 100
110 Swift Int 204 201,
20 Torrlngton 81 01
lo Ciiited I 'rug . . lis! 108
:: DM I'riiK 1st pf lu. 444
38 Culled Shoe . . lOe, I" .
21:: Ventura ins I84j
SI Waldorf I A 10
::o Wnlth Watch.. 28 28
ion Walworth ! I!
1X1 Wick Wire ... 21 21
BONDS.
$1000 Carsun "s 104 104
inoon Mass r,as 44s. 80", 804
lOOOMkM Br PHi 734 731,
.11,
7.1
73
8714
0!
24
8044
145
23'i
13
10
28
10'.
8
13
111",
131,
814
tkl
.124
40
10
80
2014
187
724
113
3o'l
1314
20
11
IOS4
884J
81
Us:
444
40',
I84
184
25
18
104
804
7.14
"0
87
34
71
73
07.i
04
24
SO"
14.1
28
13
tiua
28
IBH
8
13',
K14
IS
88
81
324
40
104
a
804
20H
107
72V4
113
.IO".
13
20
13
1084
sm
0.1
lisi
44'-.
404
ION
19
23
18
1W
SOU
75
30 Aim Leather
B35 Armour pf....
311 Beavarboard .
300 Case Plough.
so cm El Bys pf
2.1 ct'dahy 0
in l ontl Motors. 8SJ
lii Elder Corp. . . 234
loco Llbby 13
.",11 l.indsav Light 8"i
lisi Mont Wnrd . . 134
243 Midwest BUI.. 12
43 Mldw l lil. pt 20
250 Nat Leather.. 1044
I.mi Orphetini .... 27
280 Plggly Wlssty 33
71 K.s Motors . . 224
lisi Root A Van. . 311
::u Seai-s Roe 1 1114
511 Shaw 71
lis.si Btewnrt War.. .114
iso swifi Internet 204
786 Sw Ift A Co. . . I1IM4
2.". Tenitor A 424
lotsi Union Caildde 1144
160 West Knitting 154
Bi IND8,
$7imsi Chi li se B .Is 35 31
PHILADRIJ?H1 4.
Sales t ip. n. Uinli. Lo i
High. Lour. Last.
18 18 .18
irj'j M 09
ir, 4.-. 4.".
lo 111 o
4'i 14 44
70 70 70
s. 84
234 28M 2.14
13 13 13
04 64
.'214 3314 88V4
12 12 12
20 20 20
104 104 104
27 27 27
XI 38 33
22S 224 22S
30 .".o' 30
II04 H114 1104
71 71 71
31V 314 314
211-4 204 'J!'3,
lOgfi 1IIM4 11IKI.
424 4844 424
B514 814 81 '
114 US MS
BONDS.
82fO0 Coaden 8s ... 80(4 804
7"o I'nl By Is WIS 80
8000 I'nl Bys Is. . . 81', 82
40isi I'ni By inc 48 411.
2IKHI C Ry t notes 8,9 88
DBTBOIT.
Sales. Open. High.
71 Charcoal 34 34
421 Coin Motor. .. 8S 8,
40 Bdlson 0614 8814
810 Lincoln Motor 43 41
4jn Mich Sugar.... II II
875 Noble 1.17 117
221 Beo Motor ... 224 224
TORONTO CLOSING
COBALT.
8-:
11 4
004
.".OS
61
82
13
tttfi
89
Low. Last.
3 34
8 ss
80
10: j
1 1
1.17
22",
It!',
404
II
1.17
10 Atner Oas 3l'i
380 Amer stores.. 4.14
8 Alliance Ins. . 10
1805 Elee Stg 1234
600 lnsiir of N A. 28
1220 Lake Su Cor., lit
SO Lehigh Nov.. . sat
is Otto Elsen A B 81 4
301 Phlla Elec 22
181 Phlla It T 14
10 Phlla A W pf. 274
800 Tonop Mln..-.. t
1 12 lTnlon Trac. . . 21
.1 Un Cos N .1. .188
421 Un c.as Imp. . 10
KW Y"ork Ry 10
BONDS,
$.mnn Elec A P T 4s 83
0000 Lehigh Val lis. SOU
2000 Phlla El 1st ,".s 80 4
7000 Welsh ool u- "'s :,::
PITTSBCBG.
II'
1.14
104
128
28
UK
184
81 4
224
14
274
14
24
188
10
10
08
80
31
451j
104
123'..
274
US
r.84
814
lis
274
14
2IS
188
404
10
Bid. Ask., Bid. Ask.
Adanac . lis '- Kerr Lake. 3.50 4. ."si
I Bailey .. j 4 , ', La Rose... 3:1 31
Denver r.'.. 10 McK-D-8. . .. 1".
riinmli I'. . ' Mln O of C 180
li'onlugas.. .. 2.11 Niplsslng. 10.50
Crown Bes 22 35 Ipphlr 2 24
I Coster ... 2'i 3'. I'.leison L. 134 II-
loifford.... 14 I1.- Right of W . . 2,
Ol North.. . 2 , Silver Leaf 1 2
iHargravee.. 114 '- Temlikam. 214 28
Hud Bay.. .. 23 iTrethawey. 214 28
PORCUPTNB.
Apex 14 '-' Newrny 8 0
lliavldson.. . 10 ll'orc IT 23 28
limine Exi. 28 37 iPorc Imp.. . 1
Dome L. .. .3 44'l'orc TIs. .. 1 2
Dome 51.. 12. Hi 12.701 Pore V.NT. 2.:'' 214
Cold Reef. 2 3 Pres E -.. 2 .1
ilnl Cons T..711 ri.SOlBchumoch. 17 1S4
Keora 15 l.VAIThemp Kr. 7 0
iMoIntyre., 1.03 I.OOlweil Dome 8 7
Moneta . . i" 11 i
KIRK LAND LAKE.
. El 1 lot t 21 ! Lake Bh. . . 1.18 111
Kirk Luke. .".2 54 Terk II.. i 11
MISCELLANEOUS,
! Alias Ciobl .. 14 !Wnsaplka. 17
::i
45 b,,s rreck
In the Jocal coffee market yeslerday
prices on the call were 17 to 21 jiolnts
lower on liquidation In December by a
Wall -Street commission house. Around
midday prices worked lower, nt one time
being 20 to 30 points below the previous
close. Late In tho day a few buying
orders caused .1 partial recovery, final
prices belni? 14 to 20 points net lower.
Tho c. f. market at Suntos was about
unchanged, but Rio offers were about 25
to 35 points lower. The official cable
from Santos report Ing the future closing
said quotations' were for liquidation of
outstanding term contracts, delivery all
grades. New future contracts stipulated
types Nos. 3 ami 5 and delivery of lower
grades was not allowed. Most brokers
here believed IB was another step by the
Braslllan llovcrnment to prevent undue
speculation In futures and would not af
fect this market.
Range of prices WsdnM
Open. High. Low. Close, day.
September 7.7.1-80 7.0.".
October 7.01-07 8.13
November 48.11-17 8.83
December 8.31 sis 8.27 8.11-31 8.63
January .. 8.10 8 1u 8..I11 8.11-11 8.71
J'ebruary 8.74-75' 8.80
March 8.0.1 8.0.1 8.81 8 .03-0.1 0.07
April 8.08-00 0.18
May 0.1.1 0.17 0.10 0.13-11 0.20
June 9.2:t-21 0.30
July 9.21 0.21 0.21 0.33-35 0.10
August 0.33-31 9.13
COFFEE CABLES.
Rio 10 rels lower for 7 at 7$071. Dollar
ate 30 lower al 48950. Exchange unclianeed
at 13 VI. Receipt! 7.000 fogs, stock 350,000.
Bantoa spois not .quoted. Receipts 33,000,
stork 1,859,000. Futures list to 373 lower
on old i'Hsls, 22.1 to 021 rels hither on new
basis. Receipt! nt the ports 40,000 hags,
against 32,000 last year and 38,000 two years
ago. Sao Paulo, 45,000, afklmt 31.000 and
Pfl.OOOl Jundlaby. 40.000, affsinst h.ihn. and
3: .000. Fine Heather reported In four dls
truits of Sao Paulo and cloudy in one, with
temperature! 41 to 83 degrees.
BRAZILIAN STATISTICS.
Thurs- Last
day. Week.
n York deliveries io.wii 12.212
N Orleans dcllv . . 4.200 7,050
Total deliveries 11.101 10.271
New York sl.s k. 702.720 724,313
N Orleans stock. 858,888 383.300
Sick at all port!. 1,081 .088 086,019
'floAt I2.0ftfl 801.600
Vlslhle supply... 1,078.888 1.5882118
,.ast vr's visible. 1,242. 130 1.281.1 18
v V rliv
Ivuraon, Cha, W. -Standard Dis
tilling A Distributing Co
Khelrkila. Oeo. l.-B. P. Boeder...
Kapalln Mfg. Co., Ine.-K. Oroege
A Co., Inc
King, Vincent C.-Il. C. Douglas A
i?o., Inc
Langliam, Krniift J. Welnsteln
Lane, llarry-A. M. Bolus st al
l.urklii Holding Co., Inc. Continen
tal Casualty Co
licKanne, James A. Hotel Aspln-
wall Co
MacLeimaii, 0, W.-r. SJ, Spedlek..
Mnglslra, rarnielo State Industrial
roinmlsHlnn
Norwnlk A Rosen A Aaron Norvvahl
Victory Woollen Co., Inc
Nagelmaeker. .lullen, Maicel. Paul
and Leon (Nagelniaeker, Kile A
Co.)-8. M. Schwab, Jr., A Co....
Povonioshnoff, lleorge or B0I01110-
shoff and Nil Surety Co.-People.
Ac
Rosen, Harry, and Harry KatSs-
People, Ac
Sovacl, Frank S. Dyer, Kane Co...
Seeley, Blossom, or Mrs. It. W.
Mnniuard J. Kingman
Shbrok, Roman, ami N'l. Suivty
Co. People, Ac
Thompson, P Chester J. Rldgway..
Traub, Mary, ami Harry Kati" PeO"
pie, Ac
Telaiius, Petros p.-Independent
Warehouse, Inc
Wood, William W.-S. S. Willi"
1lntnl Ml. Co
I U'1111,,01 Ti.vlor It Sun. IncMeVee
A Lange
Zltenfleld, Jullus-M. I'. Sanfanle. ..
BRONX.
Krldlser, Louis-L. 11. Morris
Coebel. fieorge C L. Plein.
185.07
344.37
302.41
3,881.35
139.70
453.70
121.05
.120.70
1,342.05
312.40
101 17
108 3.1
506.84
213.00
2,345.86
1,873.00
1iK1.nO
:iisi isi
' 113.49
her were bought by the bears. While , Knnfi uslsvw-Beake Dairy Co
deliveries rose 1 '(, cents 10 zyt ccum a
bushel, the miirket was left In a weak
condition. Outside trade fulled to fol
low the advance, and when longs began
to take profits deliveries softened.
Though the net advance was small
oats showed 11 firmer tone throughout.
Tho domestic demand was moderate,
with shipping sales of 59,000 bushels.
An early breok In pork ran the mar
ket Into stop loss selling and prices
dropped sharply. Laid and ribs were
weak early, but hnd a good recovery.
T..l nul. m.pbnl nliolnllons:
Wheal No. 2 red and No. 2 bard, $
spot c. I. f. Iracs.
Com N". 2 yellow, $1.7
York 10 days shipment.
Oat-No. 1 white and No. 2 white, SOc..
No. 3 white, 790,1 No. 4 white, tse.l fancy
clipped white, 82c. ; ordinary clipped Willie,
718- ; all elevator.
Bro Steady i No. 2 Western, $2,304 r. n. n.
and $2 184 0. I. f. first half September
shipment. . ,.,
Barley Firm; feeding, 11.10; molting,
$1.24 c. I. ' New York,
Hav-Steady; No. 1. 82. 2120; No. .'.
83.0003.104 No. 3. 81.8501.06; shipping,
Vtrw-iiulet ; No. 1 re, $20.0Ofi 22.00 ton.
CHICAGO PRICES.
vt ranee
iim.no
2,078.37
2'HI.OO
1,486.84
432.18
1.118.77
317.S7
$113.14
1,8.18.18
123.",8
18
I. f. New
Last
Mo nth.
8.227
21.S78
38.106
033,810
2.-.0.3I0
SOI .020
1122. 000
1,314,828
1.187.011
WHEAT-
Decelllher. .
March,. -
1 CRN
September
December .
Moy
OATS
Bepternber
1 leoorabcr
May
LARD
September
October . . .
RIBS
Bepternber October . .
PORK
September
1 ictober . .
Open. Hlcll
2314 2I"4
Low
231',
Close.
23814
2304 237 4 230 237
1371, 14044 137 1304
117 11044 IKIli 118
114 1184 HI 118
81 084 "'"i 08
884 6644 88
884 US7, 084 084
18.30 1S.82 18.1.1 18.82
18.1.1 18. S2 18.10 1S.SII
11.00 15.15 14.00 11.1.1
ll.lii 11.87 15,85 I8.8T
"28 22.10 21.71 88.40
33.45 2;:,lo 31.89 28.40
day.
380
23UY4
138U
1174
114
814
88
084
18.31
is.ll-
23.85
24.40
INTERIOR RECEIPTS.
Wheat. t'orn. Oats.
Thursday ...... 1,484,000 468,000 1,045,000
Lust week 1,371,000 885,000 1,270,000
Last year 8351,000 821.0(81 1,380,000
BEABOABI 1 CLEARANCES.
Flour. Wlieat.
Thursday 2,000 301.000
Last week r.O.IKsl 1,312.000
Last year 86,000 1,101,000.
Corn,
33,000
11.IKHI
Business Troubles
PRODUCE MARKET.
ROTTER-Receipt!, 11.018 pkgs. Creamery,
higher ihun ejiras, lb., S7674. . eiltraa, '
core, 504c; firsts, isi m 01 score, 13n.114c.:
filets, 88 lo 80 score. Ill'-j'.l 12c, ; seconds, 83
to 87 score, 471849500.1 lower guides. 460
17c.; Danish casks. 6314496414c.; unsalted,
higher than extras. OOtrOOVlC. ; extras. 59fl
6914C.J firsts, 68144ji68c.; seconds, 5052Hc. ;
State dairy tubs, finest, 564t60c.i Rood to
prime, '61054c. ! common lo fair. 4.Vi10c.;
ladles, current make, firsts. 4514046c.; see-
nds, 48H048C.! lower crades. 41042c.; pack
ln stock, current make, No. 1. 42,0424c ;
No. 2. 41e.; lower Brades. 80O40C.
CHEESE Receipt!, 3,802 boxes. State,
whole milk, fresh flnts. colored or whites,
lib., 2814030c.; averaire run. 27038c.: lower
CI ndes. 2002514c.: twins, fresh speolals, 27ff
28c: average rim, wblta or colored, 204'ii
27He,; lower prudes. 20925c.; VVtsconaln,
frrih twins, 27c; sinnle Daisies, freeh, 870
28c: double Daisies, fresh, 274428c.: Vouiik
AmeHcai, fresh, 284i20i,c: freah specials.
i l' I7l.,e. ; p line choice, I6OI00, i fall" tO
nod, 12" l-i' ,( lower sradea, SOIOc.
E44C18k Receipts, 18.073 eases. Fresh gath
ered, extra, dozen. 80061c; extra firsts,
r7O50c.; firsts, 54050c.; seconds, 480500.;
dirties. No. l, 44048c.: checks, fair to choice,
orv, 4104801 refrlferator, ineetal maiks,
fancy, 54454i4c. ; firsts. 31068c.; seconds,
48060c.: state Pennsylvania and nearby,
VVestern, nennery whiles, extras, T8076c.;
extra firsts, 7oW 72e. ; firsts, 65068CJ cath
ered whites, firsts to extra firsts, 860T3Ci :
under grades. 80064e. ; Pacific coast, white,
, xtrnsi 73vi71c.: extra firsts, 88072c: firsts.
84088c.; under tirades. HVSOIc; Pelaluma.
small, 54066c; other Western ami South
ern, gathered whites, 55008c; state. Penn
sylvania and nearby, Western, hennery
brown!, exirns, 84Sirt8c ; gathered brown and
ndxid colors, graded, ixlrus, 80d82e. ; firsts
to extra firsts, 54050c.
POTATOES Long island. 1,1.1. . 83.1094;
Jersey, 160 lbs.. 8303.50; Bouthern, No. 1,
bbl., S84T-1; Me. 2. bbl., S1O1.60; sweets,
jersey, No. i. basket. 61.tSOS.80; Maiyland,
basket. 82.7503; Southern, bbl.. 88489.60,
nil itiiv lHI-'8il'll-l--Ui:HII K 1 1 . I.F.I'
in.. SSX1..1H'
PETITIONS IN BANKHlPTt V.
Tlie following petitions in bankruptcy were
filed In the United Slates District Court
Thursday :
Involuntary petition against Samuel
OlMier, trading as Samuel i.lasser Co..
jobber of dressers, al n Bait Thirty-first
street, iii h'hiilf of three creditors. Llabil
lUes mid assets not given. Joseph Lucbe
claims $1,202. l. A. Hartitein a Co. $"i' ami
Beneneon & Bhetnkotl 880.
Involuntary petition asaln!l tha General
Transportation Corporation, transportation
agent!, with offices In the Flatlrnn Build
ing. In behalf of three creditors. J. II.
Wheeloek & Son claim $100. Rene V.Bouvon
Vtlle $710 and Thomas l.lalr $7.'i8. .Liabili
ties and asseis not given.
Involuntary petition against Abraham
Holdman, trading as Coldman Bros., jobbers
in silks and woollens, at 21 Fast Twenty
first street, In behalf of three creditors.
Liabilities are given as $300.00(1 and asseis
as $20,000. The pel ll lolling creditors are
li. Blegel, $2,7m: L. Zahn, $2.vm. and Rob
ert .1. Rubin. 84,630.
Voluntary petition by Allard A. Van de
Bogart, ma-on contractor, of 7 Garden
street. PoUghkeepale, Liabilities given H-i
Sli.141 mid assets 140. Moil of toe liabil
ities are for good- delivered, though one
debt of $1,127, doe to Fred W. Sehomhulg
of Red Hook. N. V . appears on the sched
ule as a Judgment for slender.
Involuntary petition against Bernard Will
ing, manufacturer ot ladles' underwear at
i83 Broadway. The liabilities are given as
$." 000. The petitioning creditors are B.
Siege!. $822; J. Blnbund. $2r,0; L. Zahn. $137.
Veluntarv petition by George F. Hall, ex
torter, of 110 Broadway, whose liabilities are
given as $19,009 and assets ns $200. The
three principal creditors are Robertson Cols
r iritpeny, $S.OOfl; Aetna Casualty Company,
tJ48. and Welgand 4 Co.. $3.02.1; all hold
ers of notes.
Involuntary petition against F.lla Schaub.
trading as E. s. Waist, manufacturer of
vnlsts, 33 Fast Twenty-first street, by Jaroh
Hanauer, who claims $0.ooo. Liabilities and
if-sete not given.
Involuntary petition ngnlnst Jacob mid
Istdor Blelwelw, furs and skins, at 42 West
Twenty-ninth street. Liabilities are given ns
873,000 and assets as unknown. The peti
tioning creditors are B. K. Jacoby, 88,065:
I: Preedman. $770; Marcus Helfami, receiver
8,01
661,641
13
Levlne, Louis, and Philip Greenblutt
L. r lahman
Vanenl, FrtMerlrk L. and Irene V.
t.'. Schneider ,
BATUYlBD Jl'IMiMF.NTS.
MANHATTAN.
Tim first name Is that of the debtor, the
second that of the creditor and sloto when
Judgment v as filed I
Luft. W. II. -W. Snillh: April 2.1.
1020
Buyers' export Agency Billboard
Pub. Co.: Dec. 28, 1020
Herman, David L Firemen's Fun
Ins. Co. of San Francisco; July
21, 1010
Same R. Solomons; Jan. 21. 1010..
Johnson. Oliver T.-R. K. Cartel 44
Co.; Nov. 5, 1915 1...
Firestone, Charles F. Winter; Nov.
0. 1012
Kaplan, Benj. A. Capon Leather
Cloth Co.; March 21, 1020
Polskv, Herman, Benjamin Feln-
berg and Merits Fein 11. BMseri
June 21. 1020
Massachusetts Bonding a Ins. Co.
T. Sehnelerson : July 28, 1980
Tlppannan, Blmon Equitable Trust
Co. or N. v.: June JS, WW
Wdsli. Frederic B, W. L. Sehselck-
crt; Nov. 27. 1017
BRONX.
737.88
103.05
280.20
880.21)
183.21
288.!H1
1,248.80
501.113
2.747 41
1,325.00
U.S. TO PROSECUTE
324 CONTRACTORS
Criminft nnd Civil Actions
Bo Instituted in War
' Controversies.
MILLIONS ARE IXV0LVI
Settlementi to He Permitted,
Except in Cases Where
Fraud Is Bhowns
Hv tlit stSSOCtStSsl I'rfM.
W'aSRIKOTON, Sept. 2. Prosecution of
324 contractors, marking 'he begin
nlng of a mote by the fjnvenitncnt i ,
clean up Its war Vontnict controversii s,
have been ordcicil by the Department
of justice. The procasdlrsgs win Include
criminal anil civil action atnl will In
volvc "millions of lollan," department
officials said to-day.'
Practically all of the cases embraced
ly the prosecution order were turned
over by the War Department, but lln ie
were Indications that similar cases would
he received from other Government d, -ixirtmcnts.
The Shipping Hoard is un-
iierstood to be planning to request crlm
'nal prosecution in half a doscn cases
In addition tu those already In the hnnda
of t he Attorney Cener.il.
The contracts on which nctlon will
be pressed were said to involve umounts
"panging Irom a few thousand to a feve
million each." They Include agrsemi nts
for the furnishing of supplies of neurit
every commodity which the Government
purchased or war purposes, as Mill
aa construction of camps, cantonments
.ind warehouses, and other facilities for
the training of the army.
Preparatory to Instituting legal pro
ceedlngi 'n the cases the i Ipvecntnent has
started a rechecklnr; of such data and
flKures hh It litis, planning later to pursue
the Invest iKUilnn Into the records of tin.
firms and Individuals whose contract!
nre questioned. This work will require
several months, unci possibility of earl
settlement or most of the suits appears
remote.
utriclnls xprcss the belief that, al
though the War Department had failed
in reach an agreement, many of the
controvcrales would be settled out of
court. The War Department abolished
its fraud nnd graft Investigating sec
tions some months aso, and its facllltlei
for making necessary Inquiries ln niosi
of the cases were limited.
With respect to a score or more of
the contract. settlements in dispute, there
la the belief that "honest mistakes"
8rit to Trfs Bos amp Nsw TpsK Hssatp. j na l"M " "ulK" ,. , , ,
CHIOAOO, Sent. 2 -"S,lk unmcntion- eub-contn.clor. and tha ., 'nVCetlgatlon
' . of records would prOdUCf STOUndS mi
ables," a "baby" letter, nn assortments adjust metils of the matters could
of hairVlns, a box of rouge and a Hp- he easily mads, It was said that III
stick flsured with telling effect at tho,iother cases, however, "plain fraud and
hearing of the suit for divorce of Mrs. 1??. ha,l'"n tfiEL
Frances l.aroe Loomls against Frank n0 ,hpr ,.w" opf,n t0. 11
Farmer loomls. Jr., winner of the .Government except direct action look;
world's championship 400 meter hurdle ' t,,c lnttctmsnt of the law Mi
nt the 1020 Olympic games. Superior Jlat"rs' . . .. .
Judge Cooper Indicated that he would Hobcrt T. Scott, assistant to the Mi
grant a decree to Mrs. Loomls. Korney f.eneral. aald it would bo the
Loomls was not present, having not ('policy of tho Government not to deal
vet returned from Europe, whither lie j leniently with the fraud cases. He ex
went to break a world's hurdle record. t plained, however, that contractors
Mrs. Loomls's attorney offered in c.l-3 against whom civil proceedings only
dence a collection of hairpins, a box of : would be instituted would bo given
De Kaleo. Dornenlco BbllnB Brew
Ob,! Nov 1, Vll.1
I8T.04
LOSES WIFE AS HE
WINS AT OLYMPIC
Silk
'Unmentionables' Prove
Undoing of Loomis.
rouge and a lipstick, wliun me com-; every opportunity io siraivriuen out. con
plaintog wife said she had found In their trovers!, s lsfore the matter was thrown
home. The following letter, addressed . Into litigation. The contracts represent
to the, hurdle champion, alsj w as Intro- , practically evejy section of the country,
duced : 'inl court action will be sought in local
"Dear, call me by vhojjc. ... Mamma and ! Jurisdiction,
pnp.i have gone lo California, and I do I
not expect them to return for some time.
Dearest, don't worry about your wife.
Yon know I want you, oh, ever so much.
Call me. dearest I'm sure you won't
fall me.
"Paid $85 for the silk 'unmention
ables." You must have paid the rest,
didn't you You must have, because I
never received a bill for them. Love
you. Your's forever. Baht."
COPS DENY ASSAULT.
S-L.I..I. ...... I..' KM, .-.S
. '.,',r...... . CttMinla JASSlTfl ' WMtsnWfof 1. BeM Sou. $7,800
dry picked broilers, boxes, 47VSTC.; rryeri,
434843c.; roasters, 484848c.; broilers, hhis..
4fl$4tte.: kegs. 40?f44e.; Western Iced. Mils..
broiler!, - lbs. and under each, 484M8c.;
fryers, 2H08 lbs. eaeli. SBSHlC.! fouls.
Western dr) picked, milk fed. boxes, tStJ
JC. ; corn fed. tS4T41C. ; dry picked, hhis. and
kege, 87940c. ; scalded. 30030c. ; old rocks,
Western. 'Jdff27e.; ducks. Long; Island,
sprlnc 88c.; squabf, large white, as? in ihs.,
fan . 47.1oflO.10: 0'f?7 lbs.. $4.1ini1.1(e dark,
sa.BonHi culls. i.ioi-.
PIII'I.TKV. I.IVF-Tlilrty-seven freicht
cars reported In: receivers expected to unload
:vi curs. Fowls, frelKlll. 3S'i'l.'17c. : express,
SSMBc broiled, freight, 9648880. ; express.
lUftlOc.: old roosters, frelnht, 23e. ; turkeys.
:ac. ; dinks. 319380. ; leese, 85c.; pigeons,
nalr. frrlihl or express, 3Jc.; sulnem, pair.
1.1
8184
Oil
8m i
08
,.';'. ' MONTREAL CLOSING.
Hill. ASK. I,1.
.. IPom Tex. .lis
140 ghswtnjg. i"8
3M4 Bpan ltlv..iiL'
8014 do pf....ISIUj
4TKI8II of t'an. do
Bot4Rtord!n p. 200
01 'Laurentlde 113
l iMontreal P 80
.. jyuebec .... 8844
tSA.N nt.NTS4'0 MINTNti STOCKS
D1VID83 STOCKS.
Bid. Ask.i
Junior
MM
IV,
3441
108
40
10
Ames pf . . d.1
All Siinar.130
Brazilian. .18
Ilrnmpton
t'un Car.
do pf . . .
Can S S.
Cement .
do pf
0844
47
04i
041,
sou
00
Dome Iron 10
Ak.
1 1
111
ilK",
80
20
'.Hi
8014
08
lid.
Sales. Open. High. Low. Last.
ii.ua W O Mach..lt0 mi- im inu
87i Arkansas tins. 11 1IVi 11 11
Miliums Corps.. 30 30 30 30
llSSOerbo Hydro.. 1 2 Itt 2
.'lOCarbo II pf... 3 3 3 .1
30 Carnettle L 8 Z 4 4 4 4
lOIIC.uffey Cllles.. 20 20 2ll 20
11 Harb Walker.. 90 00 on , 18)
110 Kay Co Cas. .2.2 2 2
878 Lone Star Has 20 31 20'4 31
70O Maryland RfeT. 4 4 4' 4
21.1 Mfrs L a Heat .10 00 19 10
100 MM States Oil 12 12 12 12
:wi Nat Fire Com. 0 II
10 Nat Fire pf... 13 13 13 11
40 Ohio Fuel OIL 24 24 24 24
711 Ohio Fuel Sup. 404 40 40 S
848 Oklahoma c.as 30 30 30', 80
30 Pi una It K. . . 42 42t, 4X14 ISM
88 puts Coal pf.. 81 BSfJj 8:. 81
200i Pitts Mt gh... .'18 40 .1! 40
140 Pitt! on & O. 1214 18 12 13
4"0 1 uts flat- 1 :11a) ion inn 11O)
7-1 West Alrhr'ke.10'- 101 108 100
1 Allied DlV.
Alto DW . .
Annex Dtv.
1 IWIeh DlV,
li, lob ESxt.
' Brougher. .
; Divide ...
I Dtv Cons..
Il'lv Kxt. ..
I Last DtVl .
Hold Zone.
I Hash Tono
Hennessey.
Horseshoe .
I
10
I I
lsl
32
I
1
tl
11
1.1
1
Knox
IMcN Cres..
Myrn
iBeno
rievert
1.00 iRoeetta . . .
2 lltoyal
31 ToBgery
3 ISIlv Klnx. .
31 ! Syndicate..
II I Verdi
1 ! Victory . .
TONOPAH STOCKS.
Cash Moy. 7 8 IMon Con.. 8
.Mm lluiler IS II .Vorth Star. 4
McNamara 88 28 Rescue 23
14 ITnno Ext.. 1.80
14 'West Bad, 1.30
GOLDPIKLD stocks.
C.I llen.l.
4 Jiimho i;xt. 4
1
l Midway ... 12
I Mlzpali Kx 12
I
J8M i Booth .... 3
5JH 1 c o D
sk.
I
fj
10
4
1
4
Id
24
1.90
1 30
i OrackerJ'k.
j Flor Hold,
t Qold Cons.
Jiimho Bx4.
Ksss anas. . .
iLone Star..
H. d Hills F
ISIlv I'lek..
ISpearhead. ..
1
BALTIMORE.
Sales. Open. High. Iiw.
100 Cons Coal :i 8.1 83 SS
70 On Teresa Bu. .1 1 .1 1
100 Cen Teresa pf. 7 7 7 7
70 Cons Pow 01 0"i o:. 01
41 tkl Tr C. 89 Bfl 89 89
31 Mt Vernon com 31 31 H 33
i
Lost. iAmparn
Ariz Unit.
Eden
Mayflower.
Nev Hills.
Nev Wond.
Round Mt.
MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS.
1.4.1
14
20
. I
1
12
11
1.11 Itoch Mines
Hi
88
San Toy. .
ITeeopa ....
Unit Amstg
White Caps
do Ext....
' Yc rrlngton .
11
LIVE STOCK AND MEAT PMCCS.
Common to prime sieer.i, ion lbs., 8g018.Til.
Common to choice bulls, 100 lbs., StMJO.RO.
Common to choice COSTS, US' Ihs.. S3.T890.
Common to prime veals. Ill Ihs,. S1MI21.
Common to prime sheep lewes). ton Ihs.,
8488.
Common to prime lninl's, 100 lbs., 4115?
'"i'.h'e Iiors, 100 lbs., ll8.SSflT.38,
Dressed heef. steer sides, lb., 17f27e.
City dressed veals, lb.. 22 832c.
liresseil mutton, lb.. 8il8c.
Dressed lambs, lb., 24!?32c.
EARNINGS STATEMENTS.
ST. LOUIS SOUTHWESTERN
Sulv
opiratiiia revenue. .gl.tST.883 Tne
Operatln! income.. 1.11.010 Inc
Fnm .Innuary I
Operating revenue. .81.881,823 inc
Oueratlns Income... 8,TST,T03 Inc
1707.110
asfi.ii: i
S227.72I
I.33B.T8I
WHEELINO AND LAKE ERIE,
July
Operating revenue... 1,881,8x3 inc. 227.721
Operating Income... 247,727 Dec. 110,421
From January I
Operatln! revenue... 8.721.031 Inc.. l.Mf.17,4
Operatlns Income... 773,900 Inc.. 110.101
HOCK ISLAND.
July
Operating revenue. .811.897.837 Tne.48,080,884
Operatlnr deflrlt. .. 2.040,873 Dec. 4.3o7,948
From .Isnuary 1
Operatlne revenue. . .74.018.832 Inc.. 13,088.701
Operatlne deficit... 13.8.911 Dec. 4.081,118
BOSTON ST0CKAUCTI0N.
MTIK.D1I.ES IN I'.ANKRt PT Y.
The following schedules in bankruptcy Mere
filed niureday In the United States District
Court :
Schedules of Bamuel Altman, dealer in silks'
and velvets nt 427 Fourth avenue, show lia
hilltles of 418.mil and assets of 87.019. The
ptlneipal creditors are Msrne Silk Company.
81,004, and J. L. Sacks, 83,880. The assets
iw made up of II.imio stock on hand slid
dibts due in open account 80.831.
RECEIVERS IN BANKRI PTC Y.
The following receiver! in bankruptcy were
appointed Thursday In the United Stales Dis
trict Court:
.Indue Marl 111 T. Manten appointed lnespt
I'oiimer temporary receiver for Alexander
Karftmkel, manufacturer of lsdies' silk
underwear at 10 East Twenty-fifth street,
v 11 11 11 bond of ll.oo".
Judge kfanton appointed John 11. Johniton
receiver for Ahrsham Qoldmiun, tradhiK ss
Ooldmin liros.. on petition of 11. Blegel, a
creditor, with bond of 85,000. ,
Judge Munii'ii appointed Bamuel Rels tem
porary recelv r for l.issman. Needel Klin::,
Inc.. manufacturer of ladles' coats and suit".
27 Eaat Twenty first street, ft-lth hond uf
!.000. Liabilities are itlven as Ill.OOu ami
arsets 4,noo.
Judge Mantnn appointed Mlcbnel F.
Heneeay temporary receiver for the Qeneral
TranBtsirtatlon Corporation. Twenty-third
street and Broadway, on petition of Rene V.
Bournonvllle, a creditor, for 8710. with a
hond .of 81.000 Liabilities are xlven as
Sln.iHKi and asseis as 81.100.
Judce Manton nppolnled Mnx Rockmore
temporary receiver for Bernard WIIHM,
manufacturer of ladles' andenrear at 888
Broadway. 011 petition or I'.. Blesel, a
creditor, with bond of I1JI00. Th" liabilities
are sheii :,s 880,000 cud ass, ts as 83,000.
.11 DOMKNTB FILED.
MANHATTAN.
Tie followlna ludsiiunts were fiieii
CITY WILL MARKET APPLES.
O'Molley Makes Den I n lth Fmlt
f'rosvers 1 Hie state-.
In order 10 frustrate brokers Who,
is said, are tryinpr to Obtain control of
the Slnte apple crop, holding the fruit
In storage to compel higher prices, Ed
win j. O'Malley, Commissioner of Mar
kets, atated yesterday that he had
screed With a (rroup of apple Rrowers
up. State to market the product in this
city. Mr. O'Malley will be represented
In the undertaking by a market man,
who will act aa receiver and distributor.
Hla marttln of profit was settled at a
conference with the fruit growers and
(Vmpln!nnntsi Say They Lost Bye
Knrh In Dentlncr.
Patrolman Harry J. Coleman, of the
West 135th station, pleaded not guilty
yesterday In General Session! to two
indictments charging assault, and was
admitted to $1,000 ball for trial. Patrol
men John Dent and Simeon TIerney
Dlended not guilty to the same charge
;md also were admitted to hail.
The complainants, flurry Jaffe, of 178
; Kast 123d street and Michael h. Taylor,
of 213 West ISOth street, alleged they
I srerte attacked y Coleman on separata
ircciudons. each losing pill 1 ye in the
encounter, i; was allitred Patrolman
Dent figured in the alleged assault on
i .la flee and TIerney nnd in thai of Toy
i lor.
WRECK TRAINS 'FOR FUN.'
8erea Allen Children Bald tit H:ie
Admitted Acta. s
Trot, N. Y.. Sept. 2. Seven children
the apples are to be sold at a fixed re- of foreign parentage, all under sixteen
tall price.
The first three carloads will arrive
here within a few days, and only deal
ers who agree to sell at the fixed price
will be permitted to buy from the lot.
The fixed price will he 21 cents for five
pounds, as against 11 current price of 15
cants for two pounds.
RIO GRANDE SHIFTING.
Hlver Puts IO0 Acres nt Mexico in
I lilted States.
BROWNSVIU.K, Tex., Sept. 2. Approxi
mately 100 acres of Mexican territory
was shifted to the American side of the
International line last night when the
Wo Grande, now nt Hood stage, cut a
new course in the lowlands ten miles
west of Brownsville and left the Tahua
clial ranch on the river's north bank.
I'nder an agreement between the
United States and Mexico I be land will
continue undt-r Mexican Jurisdiction, it
was said to have been the largest land
shift here in twenty years.
and residents of Colonic, were arrested
yesterday by Delaware and Hudi n
Itiillroad detectives charged with pin ing
an obstruction on the tracks in an
attempt to derail a Lake George train
last Sunday.
According to the official!, some of the
children have confessed to pushing a
heavy steel rail to the trucks just "to
woe the fun." The trnin struck while un
i. r a reduced speed, hurling the nil
hrjh Into the air and damaging the front
of the engine.
$150,000 RAG RETURNED.
F'nder Saye, Train Porter ;nre
Him Another' Satchel.
Baltimore. Sept. 2. The leather'
hng which its owner. Lindsay Hopkins,
of Atlanta, Ga., said contained 1160.000
In negotiable securities and which di
appeared from the train on which he
was travelling from New York to Wash
ington last night was restored to its
owner to-day bv Albert Wehr, of this
city.
Mr. Welir said tho hag came Into Ids
possession bv mistake. He had gone
to I'nion Sthtlon to meet a guest ami
n nnrter lie wild, threw BIT. Hopkins'"
prrial lo Tux St n anu Xkw Yosk ltSSSLO. j bag Into his car along with those of
WASHINOTON. Bept. 2 These naval or- j his visitor. He did not discover the
dere have been made nubile: .error until he reached home and was
Llotrt. llernert i'e e.ians, 10 u. rv r-. mi
n. oi' Commander Hamilton Clover.
I command V. S. S. Stoddert ; KiisIkh William
0, Hemphill, to U. S. 8. RanOi Enslitn II. II.
Hlllenkoeter, lo U 8. S I'aducah: Com
mander .lohn II. Hoover, to command 'J. S.
S. Stanshiiry; Lieut. Richard L. Jones, to
code and sifcnal section, Nnval l niuiuuiiie,,
tions. Navy Depirtmcnt, W'ashlnutnu,; Lieut.
Thomas (.'. Latimer. 10 lT. S. S. Humphreys;
Ln ut. Tbomas W. Mulher. to U. S. S. ltiish-
nell? , Commander Lelsn Noyes, to office!
u,t'""L. YV." ,' .....I"' 'P.,1' tmaSterDlaOS. "Tlie Fountain of Time
L D4.tat.nw i j.oi To. ....lor., ii SHwnb ' carved bv Iorado Tal't. It stands In
NAVAL ORDERS.
J.
unaware of the.contents of the bag.
GIANT FOUNTAIN PLAYS.
Tnf
t'hlcago Statue hy l.orado
Dedicated to "Time."
Ciiipaoo, Sept. 2. The waters beg.'
to-day to run into the gigantic sculpt
tin first nanie helns tiiat
H.-L. P.
Inc. Rank.l
" rtosnotd Mills common. 1T0.
7 Hood Ituldier Co. of.. lOOdTT.
10 cop Stanley Mfn. Corp. pf.. 11m an.
in RlgbtS Haverhill Klertrtr Light I'n .
'' First N'atlonnl Bank. Boston. 888,
10 ndeltt! Trust Co.. Boston, 110,
'J Hates Mamifactiirlni; Co.. 20.".
10 Massachuselts Cotton Mills, 844.
2 Bates Manufacturing Co., lOTVi.
2 Hartford Auto Motive Parts pf.t4r.
1 Continental Power Co. pf., 78',.
10 Nashus-Lowell B. 1!.. 1111',.
00 Newport and Fall Hlver St. Ttr . NT",
10 Waller M. Lowney Co.. 200.
ti rday
device:
Arkernian. Benjamin
Bailey
A. Soivlnskl 4 Co.,
Bros., Inc
Berfcowits, David P. Uebman
nearh. Ralph ii k. Madera
Barrtnfer Realty Co.-J. s. Johns
ton Bubak. Anton, and .Minnie Unlink -Joseph
Kaliert Brewing Co.. Ltd.
ciaeeia. Barrators, and Chart e-
Antonio Ceseese On
Carlberg, victor m. Watnerd
Darts, t'bss. IS. H. Remington... .
I 'avis. Cbaa. H V. M. Mi liols
Dean, llsrrv H. W. T. Hardin
Dean Harry H. W. T. Hauling
Dtnstaerc, James T.Bdw. .1. Iln'.--
ton Llshterag! Co.. Inc
Dawson, chas. Slathusbeli t
Son Plana Do., possession of
chattels of
Rlnhorn. William iS. Blnlinrn .1
Sonl Home Slipper Co.. Inc
Franklin. John, and Fidelity a Cas
' uaity Co. of N. V. People, Sc..
Fromm, Sonla M. Soroka
Grossman. Atiraliam State Indtii
trial Com
George, Burton A. H Bonsrt
Hi.
l-i. rtnien
Plttsnurg
it f. n. 1,1. 10... . 1 1 1 1 . . 1 : 1 1 . ' I, 1:
I man 0, Todd, 10 l. S. S. I'utunm: Lieot.
i Id , ard A. Bos wick and Lieut. Alvln O.
Prell, 10 Naval Air station, Hampton Roads.
Fire Record
1101.13 1
1:10.70
-'I2."in
1.8.10.1O;
I
4":,,!a.m. Is,,,.
"70 71 2-4O-310 W. .Hth St.; unknown Trifling
10-20 Front of 1021 Jerome bv., The
; o ts; Bronx; auto, K. F. Langley. Unknown
pjio n,t ! pi 40 1 17 Greenwich st.: fence, Van
L0TS.83I Uuren ("p., advertisers Unknown
sm'isi 11 10 Front of 70 Weihlngton siiuure:
Zts 4e truck, lien MMreiiieiu Unknown
IMJo'M 2088 E. 111th St.; .1. Beienracb.Unlrnown
I I' M
the -Midway, facing the University
Chicago. The sculptor has worked 011 It
six years.
Facing the hooded statute of Time
there are on the opposite side of the poQ
numerous figures of heroic seise, rcprj
sentlng men, women and children
many types, passing in review befor
Time. Taft said his Inspiration wis
tho couplet:
Time files, you say? Ah. no'
Ttme" stave, we go'
The work was financed by a fuaJ ,J-
the Chicago Art Institute.
'.'Ss 83
TM) 00
291.13
8,888.18
171.70
1 1" W 17th st
etle ,
:. i-.. 100 W imtb it.;
4'00 881 itlvlngton
KlT( till.-
I
si av. and J7th st
II. Mayer....
8:10 Broadway and 170th st.
A V an Buren Co
10-2.17 Mb av.; Baydla Co.
i-2l Vf. 10th st.; auto
Dowdell
. Rom Mor-
Trilling
ijiuis Beker.Trlfllng
st.; Samuel
Trifling
riny Officer n Suicide.
Ui ai.iNiiToy. Vt.. Sept. 2. I. lent. Pi
I Hurlburt. of Boston, commander "
Troop H. Third United States Cavalr:
shot and killed himself in his quartet
at K'.rt Klhan Allen today. His friends
can assign no cause for his act. L-ti U
Hurlburt served overseas during '
.Trlfline na ,.ut!il In II. n Tliir.l C
...Unknown Bnd had gtattonea at ,ho post sine)
..'...Trifling j his return. '
P.IIUI iriH K. 0
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