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THE SUN,' SATURDAY, AUGUST 10, 1918.
HEAT WAYE SLOWS
DOWN BUSINESS
Civlllnn Concerns Move nt Less
Speed Thnn War Industries
During Week.
JfON-E&ENTIALS CRIMPED
Banks Opposed to Granting
Large Credits to These Firms,
Says "Bradstrcot's."
PAPEBBOARD PROFITS DROP.
Decrenne From f 828,1 11 Net In
tOlO to 9147,01.1 In 1017.
United Paprboard Company, Inc.,
Rhows a sharp falling oft In net proflta
for the year ended May 25 Recording to
the annual report Issued yesterday. Net
proflta after charges, depreciation, A-c.,
wero $U;,J13. This compared with
$82S,lll in the preceding year,
Total mill earning!) for the year Were
1716,471, against $1,937,339, but despite
the decroana In earnings there was u
small ndxanco In tax payments. After
preferred dividends the balance avail
able for the common itock was only
$53,737, against $724,439 In the year
ended May 25, 1917. The company
starts Its new lineal year with u profit
and loss surplus of $1,055,043 nnd a
working capital In excess of $1,500,000,
Commerce and business throughout
the United State was severely affected
by the extreme heat, according to re
ports reaching trade authorities, whose
weekly reviews are published to-day.
!The slowing down of all Industries was
noticeable, though those classed as the
less essential felt the reaction more
than the so-ctUled w'ar lines.
"Trade and Industry are quieter this
week." says DraatiritVa In Its bun
lien report. "Extremely hot weather
has acted as a deterrent to Industry,
and though war essential linos are
crowded with orders civilian business
in many lines tends to reflect mor
conserratlpm. This relative reaction
proceeds from high temperatures, which
have dlcouragd Indoor and outdoor
work, besides buying at retail, from the
contlnuoun Induction of men Into mili
tant life, which In telling on purchahea
of civilian attire, and from the fact
that corn and cotton crop news Is de
cidedly loss favorable.
"The hot wave has of course) cut down
production of manufactured articles,
and reorders are light, while I as es
sential Industries are belnir -crimped
more and more, either by Governmental
action or by the Indisposition of tho
banks to advance large credits to the
ro-called non-essential lines. Besides
this wholesale as well as jobbing trade
give oft Indications of midsummer dul
nesrs. and because of uncertatntr about
prices and future demand retail deal
ers seem more content to buy frequently
rather than In large volume at one time.
Of course the situation, marked as It Is
by scarcity of goods. Irregular deliv
eries nnd Inordinately Wen prices. Is
such that a lull can be stood ' with
grsee."
The writer In Dun A Co.'s trade review
alio notes the effect of hot weather or
the country's business and says: "A
heat wave of exceptional severity this
week, extending over n wide area and
for several days remaining unbroken,
affected agriculture and business ad
versely, causing further Impairment of
crop prospects and repression of trade
and Industrial activities. Yet the Gov
ernment's grain estimates, while unfor
tunately falling- appreciably short of pre
vious calculations, still give promise of
large harvests, and the patriotic spirit
of many employees In continuing at war
work In aplte or me extreme tempera
tures has tended to minimise the check
to manufacturing of the most essential
character.
'The results of the Intensive produc
tive efforts, stlmuated by tho special and
extraordinary demands of the period, are
seen In phenomenal outputs at a time
when general and marked curtailment of
operations i usually witnessed, and even
more noteworthy achievements In this
direction would be possible but for the
labor shortage and other handicaps.
"With the more complete concrntra
tlon each week of the country's Indus
tries on Government business. , strictly
civilian wants are nf necessity being
brought under still tighter restrictions
and there Is a growing disinclination
among manufacturers and dealers nllke
to Incur obligations running Into the far
future. This condition not alone re
flects the restraints Imposed on resular
trading by the evor Increasing vrertaurc
of war requirements hut Is also due In
a measure to doubts about the Influence
of present and prospective price regula
tlon, and the slow progress made In
fixing quotations of some commodities
demonstrates anew that omclal control
of markets presents many difficulties."
Canadian trade Is running fair for
midsummer, though a falling off In some
wholesale lines Is reported. "Scarcity
of this or that article, paucity of labor,
steadily ascending prices and diminished
crop prospects tend to superinduce con
servatism," says flrodsfrert's. "fall
shipment) are heavy, the Government
having urged that supplies be sent for
ward befora tho crop moving season sets
!n, when cars probably will be scarce.
Though tha weather has become more
favorable frosts, nevertheless, had dam
aged wheat In northern Saskatchewan
and Alberta, and In consequence crop
estimates for western Canada have been
reduced."
WARBURG LEAVES
RESERVE BOARD
New York Banker Will Take
Long Vacation Before Mak
ing New Connections.
SEW COPPER PRICE APPROVED,
will Be SO Cents a fauna. Until
Kerr. 1 Condition Imposed.
WaaKiNOTOK, Aug. 9. President VTI1
son to-day approved continuance to
November 1 of the existing maximum
price of 26 cents per pound for copper,
as agreed to by the price fixing com
mittee of ths war Industries Board and
copper producers,
Tho pries Is subject to additional
charges on copper shapes approved
j on 5.
Tha conditions Imposed on producers
In fixing this price are that wages will
not be reduced, that tho Government,
uie American public and tho allied Gov.
ernments will be sold to at the orlce
that speculators will not be nermltted
to handle any of tho output nnd that
the production will be maintained as
high as possible during the war.
Pennsylvania, Crude Oil Market
CiTr, Pa., Aug. 9. Credit bal
ancea, 54. nuns, 83,575 barrels; average,
nnipmcnta, 64,449 ; average
SV.-I dl.
FINANCIAL NOTES.
'rare china Company, a corporation of
neta.-aro nti, isoo.OOO capital, ln been
.v in represent me intereets of w. It,
or which n ia to be
eunsldtarv. In th. Vr i?m.isV
Th State Bank of New York hna In,
6ao nVi 1 capuai rrom i, 500,000 to
,. '-overly, yp-r- -r ,fc Krake. Inc.. of New
..hi V . bartered In Albany and
- u a. nroxetii in nuaincsa. tub n rec
'" aie vy n Coverly, II. Spencer and
'Mellaril I.. K.ilt
Tim syndicate headed by Harris, Forbes
v J ' "ri .-National nnK or ;ew
nun j.saenDurg, maimann & co.
wnirh recently offered tha 110,000,001) Du
I'ltaun i.iunt company three year 6 per
cent rntrs, has been dissolved. All tilt
,.,, ti.-tte Dc-on sold.
The Federal reserve board hat admitted
in system tne Jefferson Truat Com
'" ot noDoHen, with resources nf 1201)
'' and the.Rnssford Savlnga Uank of
lrSfOrd. Ohio. With n knllal SKO AAA
The Cerro d Pasco Mlnlnr Company
rrx'ure.l In July 5.IH.O0O pounds of qop
r' compared with 6,671,000 pounds In
iJU'IA
'i lit nay Consolidated Copper Company
'"l""1" (or tlie second quarter of tho cur
rnt ear net operating pronta of H.Hl.
J, " mpured with ll,0ie,ll In the flret
Qu'tltf"
lily the Insplmr Copper Company
pr "luted 3,000,0(0 nuuiiTs" of copper, com..
rf'l ith 10,300,000 pounda In June.
fr,'ene Cnnanea Copper Company pro
flu'nrt in Inly C, 000, 000 pounda of copper
ami Ifio.ooo pounda In June.
n the live months ended May 31 net
'mlnga of the Walworth Manufacturing
' it.i. m, nf Do. Inn amounted to 1971. kt5.
1 h rive months earnings were at the rate
et t? s7 ooo pr annual, which would com
i'V" ;'!' J prunt foe the ear HIT of It,-
BLOCKADE IN WHEAT
MOVEMENT FEARED
KnormouH Deliveries of Winter
Crop Overcrowding Facili
ties nt Terminals.
visible surr; v gains
Increase for Week Amounts to
10,000,000 Iiusltcls Mov
ing to Seaboards.
Special Ottpateh to The Sex.
Washington, Aug. 9. Paul H, War
burg, vice-governor of the Federal Re
serve Hoard and ono of the framers of
tho Federal reserve act and much other
Important legislation, will leave tho
Government service to-morrow, Mr.
Warburg's term expires and ho will not
be reappointed It Is probable that let
ters exchanged between the President
and Mr. Warbunr will be made public
to-mprrow. Jtt them Mr. Warburg ex
pressed frankly his view that members
of the board should not be reappointed.
It is known that tha President In ac
cepting his wishes raid high -tribute to
Mr. Warburg s service and ability.
There Is little question In well Informed
circles here that Mr. Warburg was one
of the ablest men ever connected with
Government finance. He was a part
ner In Kuhn, Loeb & Co. before comlns
to Washington as a member of the Re
serve Hoard after aiding In frnming the
act. He was responsible for many of
the war measures taken to safeguard
the national finances which have made
It possible for the Government to ac
complish the greatest financing tasks In
history without serious effects. It was
largely through his efforts that bankers
acceptances and tratlo acceptances wore
established and gold was. concentrated
In tho Federal reserve banks. Since
this country entered the war Mr. War
burg has worked consistently for cur
tailment of non-essential credit and for
national saving to meet tho extraordi
nary demands of war.
Mr. Warbupt organised and was chair
man of the first Capital Issues Commit
tee, which brought all capital Issues
under Government supervision. He was
lnrgely responsible for the creation of
the War Finance Corporation and the
new Capital Issues Committee. He was
one of the moving spirits In all of the
nctlvltlfs of tho board.
Mr. Warburg said to-day that he had
made no plans for the future. He will
take a long vacation before establishing
new financial connections.
4,000 BOND SALESMEN IN WAR.
Foni Ola In Service, Bays Invest
ment Dankera' Dnlletln,
Mora than 4,000 former bond sales
men associated wlt'i members of the
Investment lUnkL.J Association of
America, have enlisted In the fighting
forces of the United States according
to Una association's August Jlulffln,
published yesterday. Four have died In
the service.
In this publication It Is also stated
that Provost Marshal General Crowdcr
In answer to numerous Inquiries on the
status of bond salesmen ruled that they
were not Included within tho "work or
fight" regulations.
FIRMER TONE MARKS
TRADING ON CURB
Jteportn yesterday from Western
points Indicated grave apprehension nf
a blockade In the movement of wheat,
owing to tho enormous farm deliveries
of winter wheat, and a conference be
tween Food Administration officials and
Western elevator and commission men
(tan reported. In order to devise ways
and means for keeping the crop moving
and yet keep the terminals clear.
'Whether the latter can be done will de
pend to a large extent upon whether
the allocations of tonnage for August
Heptember shipment will bo sufficient
to take the grain away from tho sea
board in time to prevent a backup to the
Interior markets.
Tho visible supply of wheat, ns re
ported by ntadntrcl', Increased ten
million bushels for the week and with
the fact of record breaking receipts
this week tho increase may bo still
larger. Thero is an enormous amount
of wheat In tiansit. and very soon thore
fhould lio heavy arrivals at the pea
board, in order to meat the tonnage
allotments for tho next few weeks. Ad
vices from the country Indicate little
or no letup In tho nctual marketings
by the farmers, although the tre
mendous shipments of winter wheat
cannot be maintained much longer,
particularly If farmers get busy with
preparations for the now crop.
Much will depend upon the weather
The reports are that work has been
hampered by the extreme lieat nnd
drought, but within the last two dars
there have been rains to a greater or
less extent over the entire country from
the Pacific region east, and with the
exception of the extreme Southwest,
from tho Gulf northward. These rnlns
will Improve the condition of the ground
for fall ploughing and will furthermore
have a tremendous bcnrlng on the late
fall feedstuff nnd pasturage conditions,
nnd In many sections will be the mak
ing of the corn crop. While more rain
will be extremely desirable following
the tremendous heat, the rains In most
sections have come with lower tem
peratures, which will tend to conserve
tho moisture.
War Order Shares Most Trom
incnt and Maintain Early
Advances.
COFFEE MARKET.
The feature of yesterday's coffee mar
ket was the switching of September to
the more distant months, and tome fairly
lnrge lots of September were switched
to May at 70 points, the difference hav
ing widened 7 or 8 points within tha
last ten days. September was also
switched to December at 30 points. The
market opened Irregular, 4 points lower
tn 1 point higher, and price changes
throughout the pension were unimpor
tant, closing flgureB showing net un
changed to a decline of o points", the
weakness being mostly In the near by
contracts.
Weather reports from Pno Paulo show
that It has turned off cold In some dis
tricts there after the recnt rains, and
front was noted In nt If ,t one district,
with low temperatures ranging from 33
to 42. Fro3t during early August Is
feared, as considerable damage can be
done the August flowering.
The unsettled financial conditions In
Drazll still hinder busl.' s In the cost
and freight markets and offers are
senrce, those here, however, being con
siderably out of range with local values,
and no fresh business was reported.
The Itlo spot market continued to nd
vance, showing further gains of 125 rels,
with Santos unchanged nnd futurcB 23
to 50 rels lower. Rio exchange on Lon
don was unchanged at 12"jd, or ',id,
within the recent high point.
Aiunnt
September..
October ,
NoTrober...
December...
January
February...,
Mnrrh
Apr 1
May
June
July
Coffee Cable Itlo wtia 113 rels hlalier for "e
at USS. Eichanio unilianred at IIVM. He-
crlvta ,000 bate and atock ett.OOO Mg,
in Samoa epnia were uncnangra m ,tv,,.
Foti'"" !5 to 75 rela lower. Itecelpts 1S.O0C
baa- i etoolc 5,794,000 baita.
r iU at porta M.OOO baa, aalnt M,)
laht year and 6t,009 two yearn airn. Suo Paulo
hail 17.000. exalnat K.OOi) and MOOD, and Jun
dlahy 12. 000 against (4,000 and 49,000 begs, re
apectlrely, Tbe weather In Sao Taulo waa flno in twn
dlatrlcts, treaty la one, showery In tn and
cloudy In one. Temperaturea, 33 to M dejrcoi.
llrailllan coffee atatlatlca:
I.lit I.ait
Week. Month.
13,'M u.str,
m i.ssi
23.4&S 18,7:1 lfl.7f9
.U34.M1 1,17:,8M 1.S74.941
. 12.70 1,40 lll.Ut
.l,:S3."7 1,325.(H MOS.IH
. ec.1,000 S4I.O00 1,087,0110
1,831.607 l,fi7,4SH : 473.SS1
.l.Sll.JSS 1,8,415 2,010,197
irlres: Ttiurs.
)peu. Hlg-h. Low. Cl'e. dn.r.
.... .... .. H 20-24 a 23
8.'j3 t.37 (.33 I.3S-3I1 8.39
S n 48 8.49
.S.V3 8.59
g.S t 7 t.CS 8.I3-M S CA
8.7J-74 8.75
8. SIM 8.R3
S.92 S.92 8.93 8.89.(0 8 911
8 97 M 8.9S
9.07 MS 9.07 9 03-08 9 05
9.1213 (.12
9.19-20 9.13
A firmer tone marked tho trading In
the market for curb securities yesterday,
the main factor ot the trading being the
news of the allied successes In tho
I'lcardy and Flanders front The war
or.ler shares were the most prominent
and maintained tha early advances,
while the rest of the list generally re
acted and loot moat of tho Improvements
tecurded at the opening, t'rlco move
ments were still within narrow limits,
but thero were a few exceptions.
Aetna Explosives sold fractionally
higher at tha opening, with renewed re
ports of largir earnings -for the company.
Wright-Martin Aircraft and the other
war stocks were steady.. There was a
good demand for Maxim Munitions on
reports of new large war contracts.
Chevrolet was a firm spot, rising several
points and within easy reaching dis
tance of Its high price for the present
year. T"ie other motors were dull nd
reacted following early strength.
Houston Oil was the most prominent
ot thn Independent oil stocks, falling
more than a point after advancing In the
early trading.' Sinclair OH "warrants"
nnd Sinclair Gulf were active after being
dormant for some time and registered
substantial gains over the preceding
luotatlons. Tho specialties were tiulct
tctlvo nnd steady with the exception of
Penn Seaboard, which was several points
lower, compared with last week's closing
Quotation.
Mining stocks were dull,
nends were active and firm.
Total sales and range of prices follow :
INDCSTniALfl.
Rales. High. Iow. Ijt. Chje,
3iei Aetna rapireires.. 134
30 Amer Maironl , . 3
100 Amer Humatra rt 4U
3) Itrlt-Am Tob now, lsvt
'I.
Chicago, Aug. 9. Corn eased In price
to-day owing largely to Improved
weather and to the gratifying character
of tho war news. Tho close was unset
tled. 1-5 to 1 1-8 net lower, with Sep
tember 31.61 5-8 to f 1 61 3-4, and October
$1,63 1-8 to $1,63 3-8. Oats finished 1-8
to 1-2 clown, and provisions off 17 to 30c.
General rains and the break up ot the
hot wave tended to dispel fears of an
extension of crop damage In the corn
belt. Aggressive selling which resulted
was. emphasized somewhat by bearish
Inferences regarding the Government re
port, but ns a rule the report was looked
on ns having been discounted in ad
vance. The smallness of receipts led to
a little demand nt one time, but was
more than offset later by bulletins tell
ing of the great success of tho latest
Irlve ngalnst the Germans, rnrtlal re
coveries that took place after midday
had no hotter bisla apparent than an ef
fort by shorts to secure profits.
Oats ranged lower than corn. Liberal
ryrlvil of oats added to the selling pres
sure. Weakness of provisions was attributed
In some degreo to the Federal Trade
Commission's report advising control of
packing Industries Tall: was current
also that cool weather and the high
prices at the yards would cause tho hr3
movement to Increase.
1VnnT This week's receipts hv air
sreirated 17 "ja.000 bushels, nr 2.800.OOO
hiinheN mor than the urevlous week.
The Ohio Flate report m.ule the yield
of ttheat 113 per cent, compared with
the average, with quality 99.
COHV Yielding to Improved weather
conditions the rorn nurket wis easier
v.iri.nTiv hut After selllnp off tn $1 0
for Septemb'.r. or ic. under the previous
nlclit. milled a cent ft bushel In the lat
hour and closed steadv nt 14 to le. net
cllne The cneh market here was firm
ns follows- Fresh shelled. No. 5 yellow,
K304. do. No. 5 yellow, tl.93.. both
cost and freight New 3 ork.
nirsTh. lustalnlnir Influence of cash
demand waa less prominent In the onts
market yesterday, exporters having ap
parently withdrawn from the market, and
as there wna only moderate speculative
support, prices worked lower, closing nt
H to V,c net decline. I.ocnllV tho cash
market was wnak, with standard ouoted
nt 0(if81c; No 2 white. 81 V: No. 3
-.hit. inastp r No. 4 white. 79i,r$04e.i
fancy clipped whlt. 82 8 S3c. and ordinary
1. 1 . . ftj&i.i.
Clipprn wimr, , ,
ItYE Market quiet No J Western,
it 71. coat and freleht N Y.
iiiiiivv u.rV.i dull, feodlnir. 31 13
cti n mid maltlnc. H.25M1.30, cost and
trelcht N. Y.
HAY Market firm: No. 1, 11 M.S:
- ii moi S5. 3. 11.30 (M 40.
Wheat, ImlUUlng nour. ei"iri
week, according to n-atisirreis, i.;...ii
hn.hil. niralnst 1.572.277 the previous
week nnd 2,049.7O last vear. since July lat
10.017,174. aaalnst :9.9:6.663 last aea.nn.
fnm extiorts for tho week. 253,339.
I-rlday.
Ver York dellrerlcs. 30.2(1
N. Orleans deliveries. 3.JU
Total deliveries
New York stoca....
New Orleana stock.
Stock at all porta..
Afloat jvi- --
Visible supply
Last year s risible.
PARIS MARKET.
Paris, Aut". 9, Trading was actlvoon
tho Bourse to-day. Threo per cent,
rentes, 61 franc 83 centimes for cash.
Bxchango on London, 27 francs 10 cen
times. Flvo per cent, loan, 87 francs
60 centimes.
Rxporta From New Yenfc.
Exports from New York yeaUrday In
cluded: Oats, 43,137 bu. : fluir, 12,571
bbls. ; rye flour, 43,029 bbla. ; bacons,
1,138,631 lbs.; peas, 6,397 bu. ; beans,
67.M3 bu. ; corn meal, 19,838 bbls.;
beef, 1,410 bbls.; lard, 4,039,206 lbs.
RAILWAY EQUIPMENT BONDS.
(The follotvlnff are quoted on a perrtntarti basis.)
Name Maturitr.Itate. Hid. Asked.
Daltlmoro ft tinlo 191!- 4-4'A
Jluff, ltoch & IHtts... 1918-33 4-i
Canadian Pacinc 191331 4V4
t lieSNIH'SKe Y ifiiiu, ,,,i.,n-,i
ChlcsEo Nnrthirrat.1918-33 4Vi
Chlcaso, Tt I 4 Iac... 1918-27 4'-S
Chlcoco, Ht L A N 0. 1918-21 5
CMckH.sw Ilennlue:.. 1118 21 8
Clere, C, C A St f,...l918- 6
Delaware iiuuttn, ia t
Krln llallroad 1918-17 4V4-S
Illinois Central. .....1918-28 4-5
LnuleYllla J Naahv.. 19W-23 5
Michigan Central 1918-30 K
Missouri, Kan & Tex. 1918-23 5
Missouri I'nrlfic 1918 23 S
Mobile A Ohio 1918.2 4V4-5
New York Central. , 1913 -32 414.5
Nt rfolk ft Western. .1M8-34 4".
Nevr York, N 11 A H.1911-38 Vi
Penn (tin Frelaht.. 1918-33 4-4
Keahoard Air I,lne. , 19H-3! 5 6
Sinclair Itsnnlns 1818-21 s
Southern Pacific 1913-28 4H
southern Itailway .. ,.19U 3 4W-J
Union Tank Un 311-30 8
6.33
8.12
8.80
8.30
.(
7.M
6.10
8 00
(.60
8.30
8.80
10
.0
8U)
7 00
7.00
6.59
B.3S
8.00
U
con
7.00
7.(0
.30
880
.
6.75
3 61
8.10
3,70
l 50
6.00
6.70
7.10
6.10
6.70
8.10
5 80
6 30
6 0)
800
8 Oil
6.00
6 83
8 50
6.00
5 (0
833
700
6.70
630
6.13
FURTHER RECOVERY
IN COTTON PRICES
December Contracts Sell Up to
20.90, nn Artvnnco of Al
most $5 a Halo.
Thero' was a further sharp recovery In
the cotton market yesterday, Decembet
contracts, for Instance, sold up to 28. 90c,
making an advance of nearly $5 a bale
from the closing figure of Thursdny nnd
a rally to within 10 points of the high
record established during tho trading of
Tuesday, That delivery closed at 28.84c.
and the general list closed steady at a
net advance of 78 to 89 points.
Tha strangth evidently resulted from
renewed covering by midweek sellers
who were disappointed by tho weather
news and tho failure of hedge selling to
accompany the reports of Increased new
crop offerings. Uunlness was not active.
At times Indeed tho market was quiet
and narrow but seemed very sensitive
to buying orders nnd closed within a few
points of tho best. First prices wero 24
to 43 points higher on unfavorable crop
reports from Texas.
According to private advices tho re
cent light showers had failed to Improve
crop conditions, nnd rains now would bo
too laio to help the situation materially
In some sections. Tho dry Western belt
forecast scr"i tn stimulate the huylng
movement r 1 there wns probably a lit
tle buying for Southern mill uccount and
by houses with Liverpool connections
during tho earlier trading. On tho
whole, however, the bulk of tho business
was believed to bo for tho account of
local traders; Influenced by tho fear of
a further reduction In crop cstlnintrs
nnd the vory enrwuraglng character of
the war news. The larger exports re
ported for the day was also a factor In
tho late trading, when October contracts
sold at 29.30c. or 100 points net higher
and 17S points above the low level of
Thursday morning.
Week end statistics of tie New Tork
Cotton Kxchangc :
This
week.
47.8S1
C0.338
week.
13.977
12,977
Last
year
n.r.rr,
68.3J0
11
HI,
3CU
2
lis
69
a
18 18
n, 1 i3is
5 Jli
33,
62
IVi
'i
1SH
l!a
8
324
9
It
.
1i
r,u,
4
40
iVi
1700 Hums Ilros Ice
4mi Car Light 2
400 ChcTrolet Motors. 139
!hvCu-Mor Chem . .t fiO
tm Cuprite Sulphur. . H
1P00 Crape Ola
ti nrapo Ola pf . .
1173 Ijtle Tor ltoat ..
two Mslm llunltlnna.
3100 North Am Pulp. . f ,
150 Tenn Seaboard 62'i
330 Itelc Koulp. . 11
5500 Smith Mot Truck 11.18
If" Submarine Boat . 1S
4WThlnsen 'n .. W
100 tl s Mht & 11.. . 1'i
fOOtT S Steamship. . OS
1300 1'nlted Motor.. .. 32H
700 Wrlzht-Martln . . M
STANDAKD OII.S.
6.-W1 Anrlo-Am-r HH 13';
200 Pierce Oil 1S4 16,
iSOMY 370 270
INDEPENDENT OI7.S,
5300 Amer Ventura .t 10
1000 Appalachian Otl.t 2 2
14300 tlarnott O & O ... (.18.
roiCosdcn&Co ..... ,
4AICrrtsl Oil .. . IK
con Elk H.isln Tet 64
CJifO K.mersldi Oil i R
COO Federal Oil ... 5
S'rn r.lerrnok Oil . . . 3",
Houston Oil 7
600 Imperial o . t 40
:oo Inter I'elrr.l. lis,
lv lMsnd O 1 & Tr Ti
2m Kennrs Oil - 1"
100 MM Coat C O 7t,
40 Mtilnct Oil -to-
-no v y j. ftilno Vsl
jivtl Nerthwstcrn O.I
2000 Oklahoma O
w Oklahoma V K It
17M Oktinlitec Oil
4000 Omar Oil k (ius.
1500 I'cnn r.asolenr
4T"i I'fnn-Kenturky .
60tl nice Oil
100 SaimTpsi O It
700 Seqiim-mli O U .
too sini'liii' tinif
.0 Slnrlali Oil nt,..
200ft tnnton oil...
30,1 Teiaris O A It .
6000 Tinnam ,str ftl 2
401 Victoria Oil 3
100 Va!llJ II A !.. 3'.j
M1NINC
4:r a n C- Meal-. ',s
WAiii Mines . . t 74H
1700 Am Tin A Tim K
inon Atlanta .t 31,
1100 111, u-dce Cop. . V,
J 'WO llooth Jlln .. ..t 1
CX Ikiston A Mon 33
fn'.o nmtr IVtroit . t 14
4 Caledoni.i
3n C.U A Jerome
O10 Canada Copper
r.oo.n'andelaria M .
JiooCons Arlsona.
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Week's Into slant...
Into tlRtit to date .
Ci e n r r A 1 istble
supnlr 3.963.630 3.034,474 3,706.951
Visible supply, ,
American ". 1.306.CM 1,961,476 l.SOO.SJJ
Ilx reuse In t'pnrrjl
visible ... ... so.s-8
DetTens in risible
American 54. SM
Spinners' takings for
eek 1K.H7
Spinner' takincs to
aaic 1.13.&40
Rans-o of prices-
open. Hi jh. Low
3s..".s :f, ur,t
ss 39.SS 2s s."t
:s 10 to :s to
43.476
:,7o;
M.4y 134.37:
68.433
A must .
September
October
November. .
Decemtx'r. .
January .
vrruary .
M.irch... .
April .
May . .. .
207.3M
38.35
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21 03 n
1"J.1S 11
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3S.!5 3S 2V15 38 ir-l", f6
. :8.C3 Tl
38.30 38 70 3S. IS 03 II
The local insiket fur spot cotton was steady
snd 90 polntj hither at 33.05c for inldilllus up
Jand - sslrs nil,
Southern spot markets follow t Aucii'.tit
steady, 35 polnta htllier at 3tV- ; sitlrs. 346 Isiles.
Memphis slciiflj-. unchauged at 3tV ; snle. I, MO
hales. ltotistim quiet, 110 pnl;,ts lilchcr rt
39 33c. : sales. 2.11! hales Utile H"Ck quiet. M
points higher si 31V ; Miles, 2.073 hslts. lisl
Piston steadr, 75 points hlalier st 29. fv ; salts
1O0 halts N,.- Orleans sleadr. iinthsnct-d nt
71 75c : sale", 416 hales. MnMle nominal, tm
chanred nt 28.IW; : sales nil. Sataimah steadr.
unchanccl et 39.73c ; sales, IS l,u)es. Norfolk
steady, unchanged st 30 30c ; sales, 27S lislcs.
COTTON STATISTICS.
ridav. lji,t IVk Last Yr.
Pott receipts
17iports .
Kaports, season.
New York stocks....
Vert sicks
Nei Yiirk arrlrals.
4.S04
33.6:5
82,02;
115.218
, 837.884
4.731
10,210
13.1,10
974 113
4,11
77.(00
81.014
617.7S2
l.V'Jl
I.lii'risl Cal.lcs Spot collcn quiet - rildillin:.
1 pnints lower nt 20 40,1 gnr-l iiiiililliitL, 1
imlnts Inwer t 2101,1, Salc, i,ot. all Ar.nr-
nan. Icinorts, 7 t.0u. nil Ainirlcin I'uttires
ii til"! qiili t inn it'iiii,r at 'i fi,t,,nce 11' .1
I p in'- tins, il reterish nt a tut itlrnn.-c "f
itt in !i pnints. Minit Z. lid : St pleitiVi,
:i 1,0.1 lender. 21 r.3,1 . N.ncmlirr. 2111,1
ll.vciitl,fi, 51 3-M M,iinlif.lii-Yaili tit tit .
lUtlii, lu enisl demand
'ilstniii 1 1 ti ti - lttrclits.
lici'oipt.t for ilutlfs at the I'ustmn
Ht"JM' yesterdjy w in $1:1.27114(1, nf
which U."'2,7iu'.l w.itt fur merchandise
withdrawn from bonded wirohnuae
and f2S3,4S3.22 for recent litiput latinns.
PRODUCE MARKETS.
3U -r
67
St-1
week and
,11.1. the nrevloua
884 887 la'st'lesr; since July lat 2,447,539,
nicalnst 5,330.133 last reason
Chicago rici:
Ottcn.
163
1C3H
COItX
Atiirit .
Feptemhcr.
OotnlsT ...
OATS
August
Septendier,
Octohcr ..
I.MUI
September.TS.w Oct olier. ...26,70
Kilts
Septeml)r.24.60 Octolier. .,.31.75
VOltK
Septeuiher.43.W
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159i
15231
1C4U
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70U
71
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36.70
34.80
34.75
34,63
36.53
34.33
34.45
30.80
36.60
51 40
21.35
W 77
26 77
34.62
24.77
43.90 44.00 44.56
438,000
333,000
33C.O00
Osts.
1,417.000
sw.nxi
s::.ouo
(Vvrn.
29.000
6,000
41 12
INTERIOR Itl'A'I'JITS
Wlieat. Com.
list 'we, ..J74.0M
ijtst vtar tal.ooii
SKAnOAIUi i-iiiiAA.-Mii--.
Vlotir. Wheat
rrldsy MWJ
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"Modern MtlUT's" Outlook.
Special Deipateli to Ths Sun.
rnir-Afto. Aug. 9. Modern JHfcrsays:
oio.titinL' for winter wheat has been re
tard! In many sectlonn by the unfit con
dition of ground ns the result ot severe
drougth, Qllllers nnd grain mon In the
Southwest report iannera tiiiiuua u,
r,m.io tho ncreago rcnuoited by the
Tfnrt AdmlnlHtratlon. Harvesting and 1
threshing aro under way In the Northwest jjtjooo Am Cot O 7s 1 yr. fH
...nd little wheat and oats will be stacked. ln,TT eon 6. 94
.... . , i...- mA frr.ni thfl much tie I ts" 0 Am I e 1 aa lj. VJ
niieat m iit.u.p r
n. in thn winter wheat belt. Movement
of wheat will continue up to tho capac
ity of the railways, iieporis to 1110
Modem Miller Indicate that the hot
wavo has badly damuged corn In many
localities.
150 Copper Vsllfey ,,
inmcreeson Gold ..
Mi tmiHgh "Ttr
fl Kl Salva lor .,
IfOO F.nwa t.'onaol
400 Kurtka Croerus
t.Vii Kortuna t'onsol
30 Plrst Nat Cop .
20f,i (iitisou OopiAT
frftl floltl Coiia
lOTOCJold Fltirtiice...
lOnjGolil Keveanu
10H Gold Meritr .
.fr,tld Silv Pick..
lono Great llend
lui tirten Monster
8600 Hattle Gold. ...
40) llitu Mining.
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00O Junilm lliten.. t 10
2S00 l.ilerty Sllrr....t 4i
luO liulslana Con 7 16
ISTM I sine Star . t 10
10i March Mining... t 4Vi
S0.1 Mutual MAI. Pf. l'
lOisi Monster Chief, t 4
1003 Motherlodo . . t 36
1M Mntheriotle new 8A
1000 National Leaalng.t 1'3
fort National Zinc. . t 13
100 Nlplsslug Mines. . 8S
67W Nlmil NeratU....t 47
1000 Norlh Star t 7i4
WOO Ohio Cop new ... IA
2fO Onondaaa Stlver.t 6'
300 Pae Tiinssicn.... lit
ati) Hay llerculea 4S
1300 Hex Cons.. .. t 8
lf.oo Hothcstcr Jllnes. St?
1001 Koch Com M....t 38
1O10 San Toy t SVi
319) Silver Fissure. . . II
400 Stand Sll Jtfiad. S
riw Sil King of Aria t M
loiyt Sllffss Mln.. . 11
J(v) sicunrt M t II
lffyt Ton Cafliltor . . . t 6
3900 Tonopah Exten . 1';
livw Ton J lluiler ...t o
too Ton Ilea Eula...t 8
1003Troy Arliona... 1 13
1000 Tuolumne 11
IAI Culled Eastern... 3"i
loio Wanl M 4 M...t 10
30JI West End Con..t IA
6700 Whlttt Cape t 39
1000 White Caps Ext.t
60 Yukon Gold,.. .. 1'i
BONDS.
Minneapolis Grntn Market,
Minneapolis, Aug. . Cash wheat,
No. 1 northern, old, $2,32. Corn, No. 3
yellow. Jl.70jri.75, Oats, No. 3 white,
68668V4C Fl'ix. 4.31V401.34. Bran,
128.31. Flour unchanged,
1000 Armour&Co Ca '13 9914
Jjooo ArmotrrACo 6i 'so 87'4
1000 ArmourACo 6a '31 W,S
1000 ArmourACo 6a '33 93H
SflftO ArmourACo 6a '31 K.H
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I1KANS AMI ri:.x Itetcllil'. 3 03
halts licnnt, 1 330 haws pe.t- UTAN'S
.M.irrnu. utolte. ino n, , J12S0, tn irnnv,
Muni hurlnn. 113 00 t 'oscorinpes, t.'hiic.tn
HI73f(i;; pel ijiulce, ll.,75. medium,
choice. 811 7:. I..idy Washlnalon. ('ullfnr
nln. 13.;5. small white, fnllfurnla, JI2 25:
Tepsr, I'.illfi.riila, fl312 35; Kote.
nashl. Japanese. 1 2 ft 1 2 3 S . Dnlfuku
H
99H
94
90S
ws
7S
9S U
93'i - S
3.1S
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10000 Heth Sll 7a '19....100S IMVi 100 .
loonolleth fitl 7 '30.. ..100 10 1(0 14
6000 lietn sti 7S u s w -t
11.000 Hclh Sll 7 '23.... ml llSS 9kS ..
13100 Ikdh 8tl 7i '33.. . 1S 98 93 ..
KM Cudahy Pack Ts '33 97Vt 97S 97 - s
6or30Fed P L II 101 101 103'., ,.
JOOOOen Elec 6a '19.. .100 100 J00
SWltUSS GOV 6Vts.... R5Vi S5S 66 i
4000 Rusa Gov 6.... 66 63 66
WOO Sinclair Oulf 6s.,. SO 80 SO -f
liooo Union Pa'lflo 6J..100H 1H4 100 ..
Odd lot. t Sells cents a share. (Crossed
ll.l0Ol.7ti common sorts, bbl., $1.8604!
basket, 11,2101.601 Southern, I.econtc, bbl.,
1,4! Kleftcr, 1103! Sand, IIWJ.
l'BACHRS Jersey, carrier, J3.601H1
bushel basket, 31,3094; Jersey, lleliiwnre
and Maryland, basket, 80c,81.:5; l'enn
aylvanla, carrier, ll.60W3.66i Delawnre
and Maryland, I34J3.60! Vlrnlnia and Weat
Virginia, 14; Georgia, I3.508M.50.
l'l.UMS Up river, 4 qt. basket, 85O50c;
Southern, 36 0 76c. C lilt It ANTS Cherry,
quart, 14t17c; amali, 10314c. rtl.ACK
HKHRIKS Up river, tiunrt, 20fJ2tc; Jer
aey, 1838c. UAHI'IlEHItlES Up river,
red, pint, 13ffl!c.i Jersey, 10Hc,
HUCKLRBEnnlES Jersey and ronnsyl
vania, mountain, quart, 1 (if 32c. : other
Jersey, Delawnro and Mnryland, 12y i8c,
OHArES Delaware and Marylmd, black,
rase, 3HM.35; 20 lb. bnsket, lttl.25: 4
lb. basket, 12c, OR ANOE3 California,
box, J601O. i.HAPKPllUIT California, 12
6.60. LEMONS California, $3.76 it 6.75.
MU.SKMEt.ON8 North Carolina, standard
crate, 314(1.60; pony crate, 76c.Mls flat
crate, 60ej75c.; Jersey, bo, $303; Dole
waro and Maryland, Jumbo crntc, $3.6047
4.50; standard crate, HIM: pony crate, $1
fl.76; Hat crate, $141.75: baaket. 78c. ei
$1.25! Arliona, standard crate, $20 4; pony
crate, $1.7602.35: green meat, flat crate,
$1.2501.76; ptnk meat, $1.3502; Califor
nia, actandard crate, 66.80W7.36i pony
crate. $3; flat crate, $3.6003.73. OS
TRIOII KOO MELONS Western, crate, $1
M2.80; Southern, $101.30. WATKItMEI.
ONH. Southern, 100, $400 76; carload, $300
0850.
IIAY AND NTHAAV Hay. large haled.
No. 1, prion, $31tr33; No. 3 to No. 3, $280
30; shipping, $31023; no grade hay, $100
19; fancy light clover, mixed, $38029: No.
I clover, mixed, $33037; "clover, mixed,
lower gradca. $20ii33, No. t clover. $34,
Btrnw, rye. No. 1, ton, $1$; No. 3, $16017,
fimnll bales about the sime aa large.
HOI'K State, 1917, choice, per lb., 400
43c; fair to prime, 330 3$; 1'Jclftc coaat,
1917, choice, 20031c: fair to prime, '174C
19c: 1916, choice, 16017c; common to
prime, 1 3 if 15c; State and I'aclnc coaat,
old olds, 8011c.
MOI.NSK8 Centrifugal, common, 430
44c; fair, 60064c; good, 66060c: prime,
63066c; open kettle, 67071c; blackstrap,
bbls , 25c.
NAVAI, ST4IItlJS Spirits turpentine,
machine, bbla , 60c. Tar, retort and kiln,
$120 13.60. Honln, common to good atvitneil,
$11 10; I, $11.16; O. $11 30. K, $11 25; V.
811.30; (3, $11.40 31, $11.50; 1, $11.70; K.
$11 80: 31, $13, N, $13.35; WO, $13.50, and
WW, $13.
OII.S Slandnrd white petroleum, bbla,
New York nnd Philadelphia, $15 50: bulk,
$8.33; cnies, $18.76. Water white, bbls.,
New York and Philadelphia, $16.50; hulk,
39 35; cases, $19.75. Linseed nil, strictly
pure, gallons nf 7 lbs. In bbla., $1.69.
Calcutta oil, $1.95.
POTATOES I,ong Island. bl.. or bag,
$3.7504.33; Jersoy, round, No. 1, bbl., $3.30
03.75; Olanta, No. 1, $303.60; round, No.
1, 165 lb. bag. $104.26; 160 lb. bag. $3,750
1,90. Giants 165 1b bag. $8.6008 75: 150 1b.
bag. $3.3303.40; No. 2, per bbl. or bag,
31.5i?t 2.3V, Delaware and Mnrylsnd, bbl.,
$1500 3 50; Eastern Shore, $1.5004, Vlr
clnla, $1.3503.75: Southern, culls. 800
75c; aweet potatoes. Jersey, old, basket.
$1.,O02.6O; Eastern Shore, yellow, bbl., $7
tfS: North Carolina, $60 8; Virginia, red,
850 7; North Carolina and Georgia, No. 2,
$1.2503; yams. Southern, white, bbl., $5
0 6.
roin.THY, nnE.ssF.n, frksii broil
ers Fresh, dry packed. 13 to box, West
ern, milk fed, 10 to 15 lbs to dos.. lb., 45
046c. 18 to 34 lbs, 45046c; 35 to 30
lbs. 43044c: torn fed. 10 to 16 lbs.
lUMSc. 18 to 34 lbs.. 41013c; 33 to
30 lbs., 41043c ; Southern, corn fed, 10
to 24 lhs , 41042c : broilers, fresh. Iced,
bbls. Western, milk fed, 2 to 3 lbs
per pair, lb, 42043c; 3 to 4 lbs.. 430
43c ; corn fed. 2 to 2 lbs., 39041c ,
3 tn 4 lbs, 33041c; Virginia, milk fed,
3 10 4 lbs, 4341c: Philadelphia and
Long: Ialand, fancy, 8 to 4 lbs , 50c , 2
to 2ij lbs. 76080c, Pennsylvania, 3 to
4 lbs. 12'il44c., Long Island, scalded, 3
in 4 lbs, 40042c; Michigan, unlded,
tn 4 lhs.. KOfblli : Western, sculded.
10 4 lbs. 83040c.: Southern, kegs, dry
hacked, corn fed. 3 to 4 lbs. 371T39C
Southern nnd Southwestern, bbls., scalded,
37 0 39c: chickens, fresh, boxes, Western,
milk fed. 31 to 46 lbs.. 40042c : fowls,
fresh, boxes, dry packed, milk fed, fancy
packs. Western, do lb. antl over, ihc,
48 to 36 lhs., 35c; 43 to 47 lbs.. 31c.
36 in 43 lbs, 83c; 30 to 35 lbs.. 31 c ,
under 30 lbs . 80c FOWLS Fresh, boxes
cirn fed. Western, 60 lbs. and over, 34c
48 to 6 lbs, 34c; 43 to 47 lbs., 33c
36 to 42 Iba.. 32Sc: 30 to 33 lbs. SOSc.
under 30 lbs.. 29c, f r sh, dry
packed, bhls , milk fed, fancy pstks
Western, tlrv picked. 5 lbs. and nvt r,
31 Sc. . 4 rhs , 3tc : 3 lbs. antl under,
31'i.c, Southwestern, dry picked, bbls
or ktgs 3 to 4 lbs. 33c. Southern,
corn fed, bbls, 3 Iba. and under, 290
29c , fresh, bbls, ee 1, dry picked,
prime. 5 lhs nnd over, 83c ; 4 lbs . 33c .
3 lbs, 31 Sc; 3 lbs. and under, 2Pc ,
scalded. prime, mixed weights. 32V,c
OLD COCKS Fresh, ilry packed, boxes
or bbls, dry picked, No. 1, 26c; Iced
packed, bbls., dry picked, No. 1, 2c. ;
Wceiern, V scalded. 25c: cltv rtresstd,
scalded. 3c Sl'RlNO DCCKS Long
Island and Pennsylvania, lb . Jft. SQUADS
Prime large, whlt, dor, $3 5006.
dark. 330350. culls, $ ! ft 1 50
POPl.TltA, UVK--mtOtI. EPS -Colnieil.
exliltus. Hi, SSflSlc. uhlti leghorn. 33
iiJIc. Wtetern fri'trV, 32033c, Smith.
wet-To f2c Si'lth-rn. 31033c FOWLS
- Exnreaa. 33.- freight jjc : o' t run-ler'.
fre:h'. 200 21c Tl-'ltKEVS l'r, Ight
or ,-xprcsH. f s fi 30 PITKS- -!" tl .'
ilF.ESE- Freight r erre.s. 2tu GI INLA
--Pair, freight. 85i'?l PIGEONS-Old.
pall. 50c voung. 40ti0i
Pilot lloss Pork unsettled. mess,
M'lit.'O. family, 135. short tltr. $43ti53.
llecf nrnl. inee. $350 34. family. $38fi3".
packet. $3Si38. extra India mc. 337059
Hons llrm. bacons, 27,i . 110 lbs , 3t.,
plfc-. 38c Hollies quiet, pickled clear,
10-12 lb.. 310 35c . dry salted c'e.ir, 11-20
'hs . 37Sc Gnoses Arm. ellov. 160
lut-o ; iholco house 160tec. Pickled
hiutii flrnr, ri'BUlar. 10. is lhs. 27o;
skinned, lv-30 lbs, S9c. Tallow sternly.
,itv fit(lll louse, IvSc Iird env.
ml l.il- Wtst. $: eO'j 20 70 Cltv lard dull,
.mole i 'f 31. S'- It-Hncil laid quiet:
Ciinil-ien' J" 90. South America. ;s 30
ltrnr 1 ItcR' $-3 30. Compound tluir
uuu'cl L't, i23c. teatlne :lrm i Ity
laril Heitlne. 281, 0 2Sc . olcu, 31c bid
IIICF. - Dmnenle lliedluni. 98, 0 10c.
t..n..v ...j,l intilfii.c . HXtri fancy. 10 t. t,s
ManehurHn 111 50'u 1 1.75 . ted ktdiei.l I n l . c .Lilian. 'J t: 5 9 !. c . blurt rose. 9 S H
A-iiiMi", bi. n- reu tnarrow. cnoice. iu.cn
411175. Klntokl. M.inrhurlatl. $73tiS,
vellotv eye. $12 00: white kidney, ihoe,
$14011.25 Imperial-. cholto, fi.'.t
12 25; Kvmamolo, Misndiurinn, $13 00;
C.ibtllern Chilean. $I34(W3', llurrilo.
Chilean. $50?t8 73; Hajou, Chilian. $8 30
IS7j, cranberry, Mnnrliitrlin, round,
$9 500 10, long. $$.75, short, 7 3-,(t
7.73. black lurlla aoup $1? 73 '-?12.
lilnck. South American, J3 0006 50, pink.
California. $808.25: Lima, California.
13 50013 75. PEAS Scotch. 100 lbs,
$1175 Kreen. California. $10010 25:
Chl'can, $9 5009 76, Japanese. $900. 33;
black eye, California, $s.",0; splits, yellow.
$8.50',i s. 7 green. $13.7.: white. Mm.
churlait, smell. $7; larffe, $7 25SI7 50.
lH'TTIClt ltecflpts. 10.951 packages
Creanj-ry. ' ijrher than tixtrns. per lb.,
45"4046Si extras (S3 scorn, 41Sr;
firsts ("8 I-, ' scrtro). 43Sl"'Sc.. sei -
onds (3 to V7 aciire). 42043Sc . thirds.
400 41c. creamery, tinsaltett, higher than
extra" 47S'll.. exlras, 4ii 047o . firsts,
tiS'0 40c . seconds, 420 44c . Statu dalrv
tuba, ilpest, 45c, good to prime, 420
441tJc.; totnmon to fair. 38042c: renn
vatf.d, extras, 41042c; firsts, 40041c.
lovvtr prndi'. 3833o.; tntttatlnn cteuiit
ery. firsts. 38 0 33c ; ladles, current make,
flrsts, 37038c. seconds, 3SS8i36c: lower
grudes, 34 (t 35c. packing slock, current
tltuke. No. 1, 35Sc: No. 2, 34S033C,
iower grades, 33034c
CHEESE Receipts, 3.433 boaes. State,
whole milk, fresh Hals, speilals, colored,
lh. 34 84 1 3ic. while. 254,0311c. . nterai;e
run, txtlorod, 23fi'2'Sc ; white, 230 ti .
lower grades, 3103l",c, twins, specials,
23Sc.. cverape run. "50 25Sc: loue
grades. ;io:ip. slnitlc dalsii s, 0
26Vc , double dxlwlt-s. 2',s:f:'i'': 1 v le
copsln, vvhole milk, fresh, twins, 3.i j;v,c.;
slncle dalslfs, 25S036',i ilmiM. ualvlis,
25 S 026c : Voung Americas. 33 S ' 30 ',c ;
State, aklms. fresh, stieclnls, 20 vr 30'. o. ,
prime ti choice, i,S0USc : r.vir m goon,
14017c , lower grades, 6013c.
COTTONSEED fll Market still neg
lected by trade and xvaa entirely numlnal
In absence of transactions.
EflOH Receipts. 1.1.330 cases Fresh
gathtrttl extras, dozen. 470 48c; resular
packed, extra pruts, 440 46c; firsts. 330
43c; seconds and poorer, 34039c ; tilrtle,
No. 1, 850 36c, No. 2 and ponrr.- ;6?r
34c; checks, good tn choice, dr, 31033 .,
tinder grades, 25 0 30c, Stnte, Pennsl
vanla and nearbv Wt stern, hennery wintea.
tine to fancy, 58060c. ordinary to pr'ine,
48057tx; gathered whiter, urdlntry tn
nne. 450 57c , Western and (Vutlvru. t atli
ercd vvhlte, 420 52c. Sta" IVnnt,, 1, eila
and ntvxrUy, honnery browns. 43',',.c.,
gathered browns nnd mixed tolu-s, 50c
FLOCK AND MKAI, (loverninent bunts
100-4 In aacks to arrlro, fprlncs, $11 30
01160; winters, $10.9001135, Kan" is.
$11 36011.40. White torn Hour, market
quiet, $506,50 per 100 lbs. llarbty Hour,
market qulot. $9.60010.35 In 98 lb. ta.-ks
Rye Hour quiet; fair to good, $9.76010,
choice to fancy, $10.66011.25 Jutn spot uud
to arrive, Cornmeal dull; yellow, granu
lated, JI.7O04.S5; white, granulated, $50
5 23. Peod Western unsettled: bran, 100
lb, sack-s, $30; ttandard middlings, do, $41
to arrive. Oil meal, $61 In 100 lb. sacks.
niUITfl, lllUEII APPLES Evaporated,
.State, choice, per lb., 15 Vj 015c, prime,
13S014C,
l'lU'ITS, rilllll APPLES -Transparent,
Duchess or Oravcnsteln, bbl , HlfC,
iltnl A si. ess j an. $406: common, $203.30:
rtd or its a, hand picked, basket, $1 500
3 50;. windfalls. 60c 0$1 PEARS Hell,
bbl., $406, basket, $1.5003; Ilarlleti, bh.,
$708.30; baaket, $2'03 30; t.'lupp's Fa
vorite, bbl., $07.SO; basket, $202 25;
Watermelon, bbl., $40 5.60; basket, $1,750
3, Flemish Beauty, bbl., $305; basket,
$1 2501.18 Vc-Mter, bbl., $305, basket,
$1.3501,76? ato-far, bbl., J45J6, basket,
Executor Trusteo
Chartered 1822
The Farmers' Loan and Trust Company
Nos. 16, 18, 20 & 22 William Street
Branch Office, 475 Fifth Avenue
At Forty-first Street
New Tork
London
Administrator
Foreign Exchange
Paris
Guardian
Member Federal Reserve Bank and New Tork Olearine House
OUT OF TOWN MARKETS
BOSTON.
Boston. Aue. 9. Trading In light vol
ume, with oop-per shares displaying firm
tono and changes fractionally higher.
Summary :
Open, lllch. Low, Last.
Sales.
Sio Am Zln is
60 Alaska .f i
4 Anaconda 6nv;
33 Aril Com 16
25 I nl tc ArU 67H
6 Cal tc Hex.! a 4C3
30 Cop Ranrc 4SH
415 Davis Daly 6',
too i:ast Butte. ...... 10
35 Franklin .. .... 4
" Greene ox tllv.... 43
340 Island Creek 63
10 Island Creak pf.. 81
14 .Miami 36H
100 Mohawk 74
40 Nlplsslnv S'i
133 North llutte 14
loo North Lake 60
l.'O Pond Crrek 1IH
50 Shannon 4
2 St Jlarys Land... 44
100 Sup & Boston... . :,i
130 Trinity 3Vi
33 Wolverine 2.7
RAILROADS
12snoton Elevated.. 71
3 Boston & Prov...,170
5 Conn A Tass pf.. 71
115 Mass Klro pf lH
a.", New Haven. 40
140 West Knd 41
MISCELLANEOUS.
130 Amoskea 70 75
23) Amoskcaf pf 78 71
130 .m Piieu Scn-lee Wo 03c
is Amer Sujrar loo't no
1
14
64
16Vi
e,i
400
4"i
6
10
4
43
6314
t
2SH
7
6
14',
W
15H
4
43
Hi
314
71
170
71
40
41
SS
16';
7'.,
460
4H
fi'i
10
4
43
63
M
3S".
67
8V
II
0
1SU
4
43
2H
i
Tin,
170
71
lf.4
)
43
75
7S
SOO
13
3S
61.V4
15V,
t.S
4i,0
4S(4
f.
10
I
42
631,
31
3$S
67
83.
14
M
lli
4
4S
3U
3in
71
170
71
Wi
40
43
cue
101 no
73 Amer Stisar pf. .109V WJ'.i KWi IWi
310 AT&T
35 Am Wool pf.. . .
23 Art Metal
1410 Booth Pish
f.10 Century Steel ..
630 Fairbanks . . ...
33 Oneral Electric.
500 Island Oil
i I.OPWS Tlicatre.
31U I'm,
05
13 Mothlssen Alkali 37',
.... t-3
10 N E Tel
10 Plant pf
1610 Swift
40 Unllod 1'rult .
315 United Shoe.. ,
3 United Shoe pf
1800 U S Stiel
2V) 3ntura . . ..
30 Western Union
BONPH.
J500O A (i fc W I 5s... . 75Vj
toui .M'w itirer &s...
2000 I.lhrrty 314s ...
soot) i.iiirrty tunr 4s
6500 l.llifrty 3d 4.'
;sio i.iis rty 4'4s, jut
1S4
274
IS'.
4S
145
3i
84
37'4
M
33
.lO'i'i iinj
iw i.t.
, 13i
37
13i
. ICS
145
, 3.
Id
H3
134
4P,
. 3IM
.110',
. 7-S
774
3UM,
T41i
1114
on;
Ki
K,;
374
13
47
Ut 1414
84 84
81 63
92 32
IIKI'4 1U'i
136 120
311
24-;
1104
774 f,
394
34
1114
Pi
774
54 734
.! .., I. 1J
00 78 90. ft 7 Kl 00
W.IH BI.04 C4.04 W 0
V3.2I 93 30 03.31 93 34
91 4!) 91.40 ill 40 94 40
PHILADELPHIA.
Philapelpmu, Aug. 9. Firmer tone.
with rlghcr range at New York ns a fac
tor In strengthening local market, r'um-
mnry:
Hales. Open. Itirh. low Last.
1 Beth Stl 8 p c pf.I044 10li 101", 104H
6 Cramp 814 M'.j I4 1V4
lis Elw tttorasc ... M't W M't 61
30 ticn Asphalt nf.. 07 1.7 r,7 7
W) lAkti Superior.... 13i 13i lit1 ID1
f,3
303 lhlrli Nar
is i.snun valley .. u.;
260 Pentia II K 41',
377 Phila Electric. .. 2I',
i P 11 T .'54
116 Reading 84
10 Tonopah Mlnlnr. 2'4
21 United Oa Imp.. fS
10 Union Traction.. 3H4
zuu u b sieei
to
f.7'4
41'.
24'.
2ti
89'i
3'.
66
is 4
574
4f,
21
354
88S.
:J.
34
....1104 14 1104
BONDS.
Ham Elec & Pco 4a.... 70 70 70
1000) Lake Sup Inc 8s 67 67 67
lorn) Ih Val an'ty 6s 130 lin 130
1150 Liberty 3d 4s. ...0.1. 10 83 10 Wi 10
2000 Nat Prop 4 6a.... 60 60 C)
20'JJ Pa, R 11 la ISMS... 8IH 8IS 844
120U3 Phlla Elec 1st 6s. W 934 I':',
67s ;
30
2
884
344
111
70
67
130
!1 10
fO
T0H0NT0 CLOSING.
con ai.T.
Atlanac
llailey .
Beaver
Buffalo ....
Chamb Ytr. 13
Conlaitas . 340
Ciown lies, it
Oi if ord .... 1
t,l North .. 3
Harnnvea . 4
Hudson 11.. 70
Kerr iLakc.666
Ask.' Bid. A ik. -
8 La Rose .33 3i '
McKlnley. . 3 io
3Ti Mill Corl ,2t S6 '
1 Nlptsslin; iw
It Ophlr 5 0
j Peterson I. 9 !
lit !flht of W. .. t
2 jSilwr Leaf . ?
3 Temisknm .3) 31
5 Trtlhewey 33 J" i
!j Wettlaufer.. .. 4
Atiex 3
Boston Crk. ..
U.tvidsoii .
Dome Ext. It
Donw Itkp. 13
Dome M. ..83m
Poley O'B.. SS
Holllnirer V iii
Inspiration . 2
Jupiter ... 6
Klrkland L l.u
Mclntyra 130
TORCUPINE.
I Mr I Ext
Monet.'i
j New ray
3
W
38
11
IC
S3..
4)
400
'Pore Crown 12
'Porr Imp . . 1
iPrcelou E I 3
Iiumscher IS
Toil; Hughes 1 1
Viponl 13
IW Uotll l' 'i
Vac O A. O.. )1
IC
1
MONTREAL CLOSING.
6300 Liberty 4'.s. 1RI3 93 '0 93.61! 93 14 93 61
27000 Liberty 41JS, 192S..93 12 D3.lt) 91.90 9l.9d
BOSTON CURB CLOSING.
Bid
Brazilian .. 3S
Can Car ... 374
Dotno Iron. 614
Alc 1 B J.
s'; Shwfnl:n 11 '
f.S fleet of Can t",
62 I
Bid.
Am Oil .. 4'i
Hay State O 7
neitole .... to
lllatk link ..
Hohcmla ... 80
Uoston Ely. 70
Bos & Mon 51
Italic 1. 13
llns .It Ariz
Crystal . .
I'al iverrts
Clown lies
Cortc?.
Chump old
Chief ( on
lirnbish
Earl Eas
Fori una
Hout-htpn
Full paid.
Bid.
83
13
SI
35
11
II
33
.(
17
4
60
Ask.'
.r.i,IHi.ina Oil..
9 llrnn Cop ..,
61 Iron Bios...
S3 'La Koc ...
IMaiestic . .
80 Met Mtals
53 VoJ Tutu . '
15 Sew- B.lltli!. 'O
tN, Nat 7. A- L.. l'
Et ' N Corntln 1-
14 Ncv Doiu . r2
3", 'Nlon Nov . 4".
'dnt'io .'0
6 lUnonilata .. li
:1, s w Mlsoil 1
1 Verdi- txt 3v
'vie Mln . t.l
t Yukon tJolil. 1
3
Ask.
f4
IjH
12
40
19
47
II
17
C
14
9'c
si'fiAK 8.YIiri,Ilulnes IlKht and
prici- ri'tnpln nt the tlted level of 55c fur
fancy nitrreii In hairels and 50c built. 40r.
and 3t for Altered and 30c. and 35c. for
unfl'tered.
Sl'liXU The trade rather experts that
the Kfi-adv rrdllltion nf the I'-hoiit men
sce. toupleil with the fart that creat
str'drji lire being: mnde In hulhlft X new
ships, will nliow vessels to hi S'tlt to tho
Far East to hrlnu Pari; Joa siiar This,
If nn onipllsheil, would pac up ti grettt
desl (,.1 th driiin of Cuban sutrir supplies,
.iv it Is heSlcv-fd thai ptui h of the J iva
Rilcar would be diverted fur uh nf tho
Allies. Intern.ttlunal Suear Cumtnlttee
nKln showed nn interest in raw wiijtirs
and mule the fMlnvvlnsT puri'hassa- 21.00"
baits Cithas, tiKust shipment: 9 oon hie
Ven.-zui'las afloat. 11.500 bnKs Ssnl 1 !n.
mlnKit'i alloat and 11. Coo tons Pnrtu rt'fo,
V.lKUfat shipment, all nt the esl.lbll-hed
nrices Cut loaf. 9r : iruvhed. S.75f.:
mou'il A 8r ; cubes. S 23r XXXX pow
dered, 7 70c . powdered. 7 65c. flno Rtnnu
luted and diamond A, 7 60c ; confectioners'
A, 7 10c . No 1, 7.33c.
k'uitaiimm, irr.i.i.M:nii-
llflANH UinK Island, hen or basket. 33r
85c . green or wax, hskrt, 40p. i(Jl. fin t
ureen, 111T1.50; cranberr. Iltfl75, fna,
31WI50; Western, Now York, wn, bas
ket. 60c f)l. 13: ereen. 50c W1.50. wav or
R-eon bar. 50c fcfll, VlrKlnlit, Kreen. bas
ket, 40c t 31.21 PEETS- 100 hunches. II
i I 50 basket. 50'u75c, bl.l . JJt'-'50.
t'A UltDTS 100 bunihi's. 81 'u 1.50. baskrt.
50c VII 13: bbl, f'OH'S COUN -Jersey.
100 eats, 750.fi J3 crCftl!EUS
Jerseil . bushel box. 75c. fl 50. b.iket. 7c
ullii, lib' 33 50114 PII'KI.nS llbl ,
J4f3. Virginia, basket. t.rn.,ijl hi.'.
II .,ot, 2 riti IielawHrc uud Murtland bas
ket, 76c itll 60. CAUI1A11I7S- -Nearbv. 100.
I6s. bbl.. S1T1 50. KAfLIFLOWlillf- -Ptnto,
cntf, I1S3.30; basket, I Tz 1 r. 0 ;
wetirn New York ll.tt crate. 25c tfJIl,
CP.LKttV Stntn and Jersey, hunch. l'.f
40c J rotinh, ensc. I2W3.60. Et'.IJPLANTS
VIrclr.la, 60 quart crntc, fl.40Ti3 35: Vir
ginia, bbl, 1160: basket, llfll.U; Ttultan,
l.taket. IKfl'iO; buabel Nix. I126il."0
LK13ICS Ncnrby, 100 hunihts, 11 r 2.
LIMA flEAN'S Jersv. bi.krt, $2((2 7.i,
nut. II 23KS1 30. LKTTL'CIT llishet. 7;.r.
ll2. crate. St(2 2r, M L'HH IIOO.MH -Tl.lskal.
fl80ff2.-,0 OYSTEIt PLANTS
Nearby. 100 bunches. 3ff4. OKltA .It r
set, basket, 12.504; 11 quart bnsket,
I' rotr; ONIONS Jersey, white, btsket.
fl 2',''l 2 35 . whlto stetters. t.'fu
plekbs 2riOffS.50; yellorf, !123ti3. red.
Iliifl i.l. Penns) Ivanl.t, telluvv, 100 lh
bnK. 13 751 4 75: T.011K lhtn,, white bbl.
IMf6. yellow. 7801 6 50. lusket. IIBOff
3.25. Orange county, red, baa:. Iltf!,
bsk , 1141 r.0: Maryland and Virginia, hsk ,
l?it'" r,o, xvestern, yeuow. i'in 111. ting.
13.50V 4 50. PEAK State and western New
York basket. 75c. It 11.75, baa. 80c r,fi l-j
I KPPKRK Ituhy King, bbl., J1U1 75, has
ket. 60ff7to ; box-, 4060c.i bull nose, hbl.,
llfllSO: basket, KOaTtiSr. , bos, 40'T30c ;
lontf hbl., I1J1 25: basket, 408S(IOc , bo,
Sr.iHOc.: cheese, bbl, 76c.7II25l basket
S3HS0e, box, 35740c. Italian, hbl.. I!
135; basket, 2Sit60c; flnKer. hbl, Il..'i0"ii
3, basket, 60W75c. . ehcrrj tlfll 35.
PAUflLBY 'Nearbv, curly, 100 . hunrlies,
75c.1ll, Plain, llir.o ItllPIIAltll
Nearbv, 100 biincbea, I3tj3 ltOMAlVE
lla.ltet, 75c fill 30: rtte. J1M1S0 SCAL-
MONK Nearby 100 l ull' lies. 11. SPINACH
Suite, lilskel. "'.ciill. SQUASH
White box, 251T5i'c . haslet. 50ff75c ;
bhl . Sini.SO, linilnn. basket, loffsor;
crookreck, bnsket 28?60e. , berry crate,
40ft()c,, bo, 3'.c , bill. 50ff75c. Tt'R-NiPS-MJutsbaFn,
bid nr bilK, 12 5031.2 75
'TOMATOES Upper Jersey, tioj. 50c ff
II 33 south Jersev, box. 30ff 75c 1 16 nuttrt
basket, 40tf76r ; I quart basket, 25ftt()c ,
south Jersey, carrier 40c Cf $ I . hothouse,
lb., 3 If 7 WATERCRESS Nearby, 100
banches, 1101 60,
CHICAGO.
Chicago, Aug. !. Swift In good de
mand, with prices showing n gain of
about : points. Chicago Pneumatic Tool
gntned n point. Cudahy, Vroplu'rt tins
and Montgomery Ward preferred easier,
lionds dull. Summary :
Salts Dpi 11. Hlsh I.nw. Last
l,m Ilitolb Fish ... 37 "7 37 t'T
15 i?e c Conn nf.. 17'. 174 174
1 Chjo Pneu Tool C.i 6.14 19
3D Cudahy . . .113 11? 113
40 Deere pf 91 91 M
". Harlmaii 1'4 I."', 13',
in. Mont Ward 11I .101 1014 mi
M Peoples lias . . I.'.l, 451, 4.,4
1 Oual,rr Oals pf 914 014 '114
;m 'v.irs ltoebuck. .137 137 137
4413 Swift 110 113
12.-.7 Union Carbide.. 67 .',7 W, r.
101 t'n Pair Board so 30 20 ;o
95 Wilson 5414 T.S4 64 654
10 Wilson pf... 91 94 91 91
HO.VIH.
130'Hi Ch.-tt Citv Con ... 11 rji 60 no
10M P ti uf N Ills f.S .7 7 7 7 77 77
BALTIMORE.
174
63 1 i
it:
91
134
4'4
"4
137
Wi in;
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
ItAt TtMoiit:. Aug. 9. Market continued
dull, with ttlight change In quotations.
Summary :
Sales Opu Hiirh Low I.at
t:.r, t-ns,hn . t,i;
Mer A Miners . 07
15 Ml Vera Mills pf 7J
ao Northern Central 70
10 Pa Water ltiwcr''l"i
10 Puh Sen- Bid? pf 94
fai United Rys. .. 0
M Wnvh R & A 30'.,
60Wayland ... 3',
Cons Coal Cs . . 94
lOOX'ons Coal ref ts 7
3003 Co1i!it fs A .. V14
llssi Cosdell lis 11 . 81
1CMI Mil Eke 6s . . . sx
CouO Ullllcd Hs 1st 4 73
r.i, n-j
67 67 67
711 7a 7'i
r.3 r.; 11:
91 31 91
"1) 111 2 1
34 814 0'i
34 34 34
984 984 94
'7 87 87
84 S04 Si'ij
si ki n
XI 8S 14
PITTSBURG.
I'lTTSl'.l'Kii, Auk,-. 0 I'll 111 tone to
prlits, with trading In amall xoluinu.
Summary :
Sales Open
12 Am W ; Math.. 1114
HI Iltnirr hec . . . cs
10 Lone Star (las . lf-2
60 Mfrs Light Sc H. 11
10OII Ml Slinsla . . .. 29o
xo Ohio Fuel Supply 414
Id", Oklahoma (ias ... 374
in Pressed Sletl Car. 714
6-. Plus Brcwlns:. . . 3
10 Pats Brcwlnir pf. 94
62isi Ihtts Jerome 39c
pi Union C,n... l".i!
30 U S Steel . . lllli
63 Wcst'houso Air II 3
Illiih Low. I.at.
hl4 CI fl
89 5't 51
1!.3 l.',2 133
II 41 41
c Me 21c
ii'l i2s; i.-i
27 4 374 274
714 71 S 714
34 34 34
94 94 94
!H) 390 3mo
VW 13'. 13'-.
HI 1104 1104
934 93 93
UITEVEi Rerrlpts, 1.280 head. 27 can
on aalo. TradltiK was almost at a stind
stlll up to a Into hoar. Trline heAvy
steers were entirely nntnlnjl at 1 .ted
steady; till other citttlo unevenly Iotvor.
Half the stoi k wilt be rarr.cd ttyer. Or
dinary 10 f,lr steers soi.l J10.tnJ17.35
Pr loo it, bu.ls. ! T-.Ji in r.'i, . iv -(..
"T11C5 ln.sxed uor-t s'nn r.t 1 5 ',1 . Tk .
tir In for trunnion tf, prlmn native side. 1
C.M.Vi:.--I!c. Ilii.i, f,',8 neid, 3'.4 on
ttale. M trke qui . .'iti.l t-tad. t'ctnm-in
Id prllil- t.ils -n'.d it" "jC13 per 100
lbs. Hills, !;:JH"1, sl.lm milk xalses,
lio fi 10 co, v, , -lilies. l, tommnn to fair
Wcsi-eiu. fx 11 ; - Iirr-r.d cttven
slow: citv dr. ked veals, 231f250. psr Its. ;
itiilntrv ilrr..it t.o , 13C3iIc
MiLEP AM) 1..I1IH Receipts. 3,310 '.
hen!; 71, ci.ru nn ivile, lnciudtnir late OT-
.rhala Thursday .sheep steadv; p-tme
lambs Jlrtn, nthi rs slow and weak Bhaap .
(ewes), ISU12 6a per 100 lb , culla, ifi
l.iinb.i, IlS?Ilt culls. II. I'recsed mutton
stotdy ut 18. 1 26c. per 1m.: dressed larnbe
(Irnt fur rh.ilrn fresh enroussss: other
ebiw. ordlnry tu prima do, 2&?rt3c
pe- 11,
HOC.-. Receipts. s.!to head; half & car
on sale Market :c, littrher. New Yo-k
and Phritdt-iplila Imps suld 130.75 per 100
Iba ; loUKhs. IIX Jf,
bales S. Jm',1 Co 10 Stnte hoj-s. 303 ;
lb. akerat'e, 3 3 tk 7 5, 2 r,,upl,s. ;30 111.26
Kerns cnimlxslon Co . C i iinsj 1 anlu
hugs, lt.7, l'.u.7l
U10 Stock Mnikcls In Other Cities.
ClllC.Vf.O. Auk 9 -Hoys He.., Ipte, "
lo.oou. market Kenetally sisuiik ut .ft.'
terdiy's uterapt; one sale a' (30 0,
eiiunllinif the high record ilut i-li-i s,
M'i l.'.tii 19.90. IlKht. 1i.I0'j20, packing.
IIS lO'ifl!' roiiRlv 17 Tr. t) Is 10. h.i k of
sales, SISlOii 19 85; pigs, ;ood und , hulcc, "
ls( IS 51)
Onttle ltetelpls, 4.000; market gen
erally sttady with xesterday llef rattlr,
K'tuil, cIioIlo and prime. 3177715. xn, com
mon and medium. 310CM7 liutrlter '
hlotk, rovxs and heifers, 373 1l?5 Can
nnrs and cutter, 5ttl7 t'u Iters . nil '
fetders. Kn'Hl, ihnii.i and fanei, 10if'
13: inferior, eoniiium nnd medium, " 5l
ijlio, ,il calxes, nuod and choice, 316 50 '
SI 17 3'
Kheeji Itecelpts. 10.000; trarket flriu to
10e btijher llist ilern lamlis here."
SIS 20, top native, 117 75 ebon 1, Mon
tana wethers. 114 50 Limbs, i In, ley and '
prime, 1 17 fi5S Is 3..: medium and K'"Hl,
115 73 '.17 65, cuds. 812tflt Ewes. .
choleu nnd prime. 113 25 f 13 90, milium
and good, JU 501( 13 26, culls, II ',0 11 9 ',0.
KAN.SAS (ir. Auk 9 llees-lte-telpts,
3.000, strung. Hulk. IIS tni 13 3),
Ittavy. Il'.i 1'l'o 19 75, iiackers an I bull her-.,
I19ii 19.U5, Unlit, 1 18.50 Cl 19.40 . pigs. HCIP
17.
Cattle Receipts. 2.000. Including 303 .
.Southerns. strong Prime ted steers, "
317 23fMS50, dressed beef eteer', II.' to
1t 17; southern steers, j, ricifiii e,,,xx. 1 1 "
H 11.50, heifers, 7.50 it 1 3.60 , stock rs und '
fen.ltts, 17 ,0 'it li, 50, bulls. Ht9.i0.
1, lle, J6.50flll.
Shei p ItcLslpis, 1.600, strong. Lambs. .
ItSfl 17 75; yearllniM. Ill J 15, well., is lu
U 11 50, ewes, S i( 13.
ST. l.OI'ls, Aug. 9 " -S - llei elp'.s, ';
10,000, lower I.ifbts. 19 75, pigs, -
ls 55 4 19 25; mixed t' ..-hers. 111.3a
Hi 13.7i; good lit-uke j ,til91o, bulk, .
119 I. if 19 70
Cattle lUiclpls. 3,oo, Mcndy. Natlke ,
beef sleir-. J 1 1 30 f 1 x '. ; jearllllg steers
and helfirs. 9.:oi13 50; cows, 17 50 .
13.50, 1. to 1 1. era mid feeders. (xiu.il.', .
fair- 10 inline. Seuthern beef sle. rs. MOIf
17.70, beef towj- mil bt'lfers, 7..,0ulo,
native i.ilkes KTa'fll. '
nerp Keielpis, J.-tii); steady. LantDs,
14'i(!'. , iwes, fllal.. ennnrrs and ihop- ,
Ptrs. to 'u 9 "
ARGENTINE GOVERNMENT
S"o Internal CoUl Lean 1S09
Messrs J. P Morgan & Co. arn in
structed to give nolle that they aro pre
pared to receive Tenders for Ihe nmnrlua
tlop on 1st September. 1918, of 3!2,O00
Argentine gold resoa ay (02,400 nominal
of the above loua
Tenders for sale of bonds with Coupons
due 1st March, 1316, at a price to l.
ttated In tho Tender, must be lodged nut
later than 13 o'clock noon on 13th August,
1918, with Messrs. J. 1'. Morgan A Co. .3
Wall Street, Now York, who will announce
thn result of the Tenders as soon there
after aa possible
Tenders will be received alao In Pnrls
by the llanque de Paris el de. Pays Has,
In London by Mesra Raring Brothers .4
Co., Ltd., and tn Ilueno.t Aires by ths
Credlto Publico Nnclonal
Ench bond has a par inlue of 1373 U S
Oold Dollars, and Tinders must he made
nt a flat prb under par expressed In dol
lars per bond
Tender must be mnde on a form obtain-
nbl on application, and must be securely ,
...l.uuri In .. n .ni.nn. mrUmi "T.tiili,, nf '
Argentine (Internment 6 per cent Internal
Oold lxian 1309 Honda for redemption."
Forma of Tender may be obtained on an.
plication to Messra. J P Morgan & Co., 23
Wall fUreet. New York, who reserve the
right to reject all or any Tenders,
ltd New York, 31 July, 1916.
MEMIEIl-ON IlllllH.i; COMPANY
MNKIS'l CI.NI-i.
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el.kCII i.'i "i" k in Ihe moruiili' the fui.nw
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were rt. signaled 'iv lot inr renemption at ,
tbe nlfti of the Central Union 1 nut Com
pativ "f N'W Vol It. 51 Wall smet, New
York, mi tha first day f fi-,ti n.l.er. 191b,
at 103 pi r renlum on Hi" par ta.uo 11 ax
, ir. 1 nun Willi suppleii.fiital d' 1 1 if truat
of Pehruary -it 1. 11
Intirest 1.11 siud lunula will tease on tho
duv naiiml fur leileiiipilnn
New York, uti'i-t kill UH
E I.. SMITIIEIIS
for llender.i'ii H- Ply C -
Till'MAS .1 ll'M 'Ml
of Central Union 3"- " c m ''1
W if KMitir
Notary P .hp. Nw 1,ik Cojn"
NekV Y"'H ' nt I t k'ei 4 N
C'vmni.nlon esplrcs jinrti 3
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