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THE SUN, SATURPAT, JTJEY 19, 1919.
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CORN BREAKS ON
SELLING BY LONGS
Liquidation Is General, Caus
ing Heavy Price Racession,
but Recoveries Follow.
JULY PRICE DROPS TO 187
Oats Rally During the Late
' Trading, While Provisions
Are Heavy.
The break In the corn market yester
day was direct!..- due to liquidation by
the longs. Selling waa (eneral, causing
prloea to recede, one month aa much aa
cent.. Preaaure waa heavy on July
com. that delivery dropping to 187.
The "break came during the noon hour.
market previously being weak and
very suseeptlbla to decline, which had
been expected, aa the market was
thought to have been In an overbought
condition. Prices recovered some of their
losses very soon afterward on covering
by shorts and commission house buying
on the Modern Miller wheat report,
whtoh said that winter wheat was dis
appointing and that aprtng wheat wax
backward. Weather and crop news were
particularly favorable. Weather advices
showed good temperatures, with rains in
the Southwest. Some reports plsred the
condition of corn at 87 per cent, -aid
were certain that It would be a three
billion crop. Foreign financial condi
tions and the marine labor situation
were contributing factora in the weak
ness. Export trade Is st a standstill
as long ss those conditions exist .
Continued talk of lower prices and
labor troubles, the latest being at the
packers' plants, checked buying. For
eign countries, which during the war
were willing to pay any price for things
that they needed, are looking for the
cheapest markets. Exporters And that
Eunspean countries, while they may
net. 4 supplies, have only manufactured
products to offer In payment. Weak
ness In the stock and previsions mar
kets was also an influence In selling corn.
The cash demand is slow and the stocks
are showing Increases now that the In
dustries are taking little corn. Some
new factor will have to develop before
prices may be expected to advance. The
news at the present time Is bearish.
Oats were weak In the early trading,
due to sympathy with com. poor sup
port and liquidation by longs, but ral
lied late in the afternoon. A better cash
demand and commission house buying
on export rumors produced the rally.
Commercial troubles Influenced the early
selling. The movement is large and
country offerings liberal Provisions
were heavy under liquidation, weaker
tone in grain, the slow cash trade and
large stocks. Some buying on the
breaks was credited to the packers.
IxM-al grain quotations, . of yester
day follow :
CORN In the local cash market No. 1
yellow waa quoted at 12.09; No. Z whits,
$2.14, coat and freight New York.
OATH In the local rash market prices
were easier; No. 1 white quoted at 8!r. ;
No. ; white. 1814a ; No. I white, 88a ; No.
t white. 17 all elevator.
RVF. Market eaay. No. 2 Weatern,
$1.70, cost and freight New York.
BAKI.KY Market weak. Feeding. $1.31,
and malting, $1.3?, cost and freight New
York.
BIXK WHEAT Market quiet Hound
milling. $3.lt nominal, coal and freight
New York.
HAY Market dull. Me, 1. 81 lift 2. No.
8 ti su ,i ! No. 3, 11.3001 88: shipping.
81.38.
HIItAV"-Market dull. No. 1 rye. IK
per ton.
Wheat. Including flour, exports fur the
week, according to Bradstreel's, aggre
gated 7,630.695 bushele. agalnat 4.63 188
the previous week and 3.652.714 laat year;
alncv July 1. 17.1D4.I33. agajnal 18,883,
333 laat season. Corn exports for the
week. 94.337. agalnat 14,000 laat waek and
103 laat year; since July 1, 381,981,
agalnat 2,520.978 laat year.
CHICAGO PRICES.
Thurs-
RYTC - Open. High. Low. Close, day.
July U9V, 161 vi,
August 160 I61V. 1S3V, ln 16:v,
September. ... 161 ;.. lt 161 lt34
CORN
July 197W 193 IMS ; . lMVii
September 167V, lMVj IMS l
December lfnv, ej issv, 119 13V.
OATS
July TBVj 7i, 77S J4 79',
tent ember... 7t.s 7H 77a 7S km
December hi St 7 80S :
LARD
July 34.15 34.1. .18 HO 33 72 34
September... 34 3.' 84 87 13 SO 83 8.' 34 47
RIBS
July 88.82 28 82 28 48) 28.04 2S 67
September . . 28 42 28 42 27.71 27.75 29. 50
PORK-
July M 3 64 ?S M u yi 1 "s
September 61 82 61 76 60 00 50 46 5175
INTERIOR RBOEIPTS.
Wheal. Corn. Oata
Friday 1.636.004 400.001 778.004
Laat week 841 000 481.00" 7304UO
Laat year 1.SS5.0OJ 36.uoo 1.077.000
SEABOARD CLEARANCES.
Flo-.ir. Wheat Corn
nday 26.000
Last week 1761-10
Last year .... 48.001)
FLAN BIGGEST' STEEL MERGER
Bel-glum to Combine Plants Laid
Waste Unrina War.
Bd lilt AttoeiateS Preti.
Bkussels. July 17 Idelaycd). Out of
the ruins of Belgium's steel Industry,
which was systematically destroyed by
the Germans, will spring one of the big
gest steel combinations In the world.
Ten or twelve of the most powerful
corporations wlu plants were laid
wnste have decided to pool their Inter
ests Into one Immense undertaking.
Stock in the various conipsnies Is
being taken care of according to the
method followed in merging many Amer
ican plants 111 the I'nlted States Steel
Corporation. Tlip only thing remaining
to be done is to place a valuation upon
the ore mines in the lirley Ilasln and the
Duchy of Luxembourg, -stitch will form
a part of the new trust. This will re
quire but little time.
Such a combination of companies
would naturally Include the Ougree
Marihnye steel works and the John
Cockerlll works, both near Llegc. and
also the Providence mills at Charleroi.
The Providence Arm Is about to let a con
tract for rebuilding Us plant on Ameri
can lines. Kach plant In the combina
tion will be no built as to specialise in
some particular branch of the steel industry.
COTTON FUTURES
GO TO $5 A BALE
Covering by Shorts Is Large
Factor in Spectacular
Rise of Prices.
4-
C0FFEE MARKET.
Aside from one or two slight upward
reactions the market for toffee futures
yesterday ruled generally easier, with
prices gradually working off. On the call
July was 1 point higher, other monthp 36
to 8$ points lower. The Brasll cables
were easier, and reports from the coast
and freight markets and the local spot
situation showed a lower tendency,
which csused some of the bulls who took
the buying side last spring to unl..a.l
holdings, having become lets confident of
their position and believing that there
was little chance for any further advance
at the moment. Final prices went 3.", to
1$ points net lower, with Wall Sir. (I
and commlMion houses inclined to pur
chase on a scale down
Official early cables reported a decline
of the Hio trpot market of 325 re:., with
Santos futures 75 to 27i rein lower. A
later Santos cable reported further losses
of 125 to lliO rel. with another cable
Just before the close reporting July und
Augusi not quoted, with a recovery In
other months of 1(0 rels. Raoatpta at
tne two principal ports have been more
liberal lately, being Jl.OdU bugs, com
pared With 23,uOO a year ago.
Tours
Close day.
21 45-i..l
There was better grade of buying In
the cotton market yesterdsy than has
been seen for some time, prices mount
ing as much as 16 a bale and a few
options golntf even a little higher.
Among the factora making for this al
most sensational advance was the ex
ited covering by many of those short
tu the staple. This waa due principally
to further moderate to heavy rains In
the Eastern belt, particularly in Georgia.
The big Improvement in sterling ex
change was also a factor, as many bears
discovered.
Not only wan there strength in the
local market, but the same condition
obtained1 on the Liverpool and New Or
leans exchanges. The sdvance of prices
on the former was naturally a factor
aa far aa local movements were con
cerned, rlpots In the British centre were
also up and In better demand. The yarn
and cloth markets In Manchester were
very Arm, with a good Inquiry reported.
Although not trenerslly noted, there was
considerable buying of the actual yes
terday, which some thought was for
export to Germany. One cannot dispute
the fact that about 20 per cent, of the
world's spindles are in central Europe,
Poland Included, and that the only re
quirement to set them going once more
la raw material.
The Swiss Government already li en
deavoring to arrange for credits and It
will not be long before other neutral
and ex-belligerent Powers must follow.
Ring feeling and sentiment In broker
age circles yesterday was certainly bull
ish. It on nothing else than weather re
ports from the belt. Showers fell In
nearly all Eastern states and cloudiness
waa prevalent. Just now this Is ex
tremely unfavorable for the growing
crop.
At the opening here prices were 30
to fi? points up from the previous clos
ing. July starting at 34.85. -September at
34. SO. October at So. 05, December at
34.95. January at 34 7t. March at 34.61,
May at 34.80 Buying power gradually
Increases! after the call and with the
exceptlfl-.i of one or two amall reactions
on profit taking the upward march of
values was not stayed. There was
mixed support from nearly all local cir
cles and the trade was often active on
the purchasing side. Shorts found oon
trscts notably scarce.
The later business, saw still higher
values established as brokers operating
for Liverpool entered the market. New
highs for the day were recorded, values
at one time standing more than 100
points up from the previous ending.
Later despatches spoke of heavier rains
In the Garollnas and old bulls scrambled
to replace their lines during the last
hour. Final bids were 70 to 107 paints,
higher in a strong market. Spots were
up 5 a bale
Range of prlcee Thure-
Otieti High, Low Close day.
July 34 79 fc 06 84 7 88.88-86 34 60
Aut'llst 36 K. 40 34 88
Heplember 34.94 st .1490 ss 24-4.. 34. so
October 34 94 36 48 34.73 86 40-44 94 So
November IS .as B 34 30
nwmler 34 9 35 4:. 94 70 66 3V-46 84,60
January 34.7.'. 36 3. 34 6a 3 20-26 84 26
February 88.18 B 34 12
March 34.60 36.12 84.4 S.V10-U 34 or,
April 88.08 B 34 0
May.. 34. JO 36 02 84.43 3ft 00-02 33 93
Jure 34 so B 38.80
pot Local 36 30c : New Orleans. 34c.
COTTON STATISTICS
Last l.nei
Friday, week. y.ar.
Port receipts 38.087 23.9fth 7.el
Export a 10.147 68.788 17.6M
Exisjrta. seaaon. ...5.311.840 6 1 86.946 4.107,416
New York atoeka . 8n.W7 81 213 98.114
Port Mocke 86H.6-0 1.31.862 988.874
New York arnrala. 721 2.886 1.704
Liverpool Cables Spot cotton in moderate
demand; Bales 4.000. American 3.000. Importa
16.000. all Atncrt.MiL Futurea opened steady
at S3 lo 84 pointa advance. Closed irregular
at a net advance of 26 to 48 pointa July.
2i.60d : October. 31.46d .; December. 21 44.1 .
January. 21.43d : March. 21.37d. Manchester
Varna fair demand at full ratea; dQiha
atront and twelve.
Weekly fla-uri-a of New York Cotton kt
change:
Thia seek. Last rear
Week's into siirhi 106,1) f.3.284
"eaann'a int.. awht 11. 364.839 13.070 97'j
toners' visible supply 4.836.Sf9 1.902.346
VlatMt supply. Amencsn. 3,632.3:9 1.125.34.
Increase general visible 108. UO .ll
be.rraae visible Anu-r-i.ii 31.314 74.216
Spinners' takinga Amer
ican week 137 404 1M.0OO
Takinsa. American to
dale 10.012.773 11.4H0.48O
CONSOLIDATED EXCHANGE.
Hlrh
31 60
IsW
21 60
1106 31.00 8086
80.86
21 36 V
31 22 26
21 04 07
30 90 Kt
20 74-76
20 4S-70
-20.84 -8
1.68-80
20.85 67
30 Si 65
24 .36 40
21. 0
21 76
31 70
21 86
21.39
21 23
21 80
31 15
21 10
21.08
21 46
30. 66
Bauge of price
Open.
Jnlr 21.50
Vlaltwt
Keptw.er.. 2164 KM 8125
fvti.her.
Noverot'er
ltarembsr
.lanoarr.
Tebrnary
Msrcti. ...... 20 66 20.85
April
lsy 80 86 20.66
June
Cogee Cwblse Kin was 816 rata lower for 7
at 168400. Rxctiange 1 384 Msiier at 14 19-S2d.
Berelute I.OOO bags and stork 422,000 l.ass
In guiO spots war unchanged at 1464" RW
4s and 188040 for 7 ReeclpU 16.000 bags and
atnea 1. 841.000 bags Santos futures wer 75 to
376 rets lower,
are huts at tke poets ware 83.080 hags,
against 38,000 laat year and 88,080 two yeara
age gas Paolo bad 16.000, agalnat 16.0UU ...
IT 000 sag Juiellahr 6,000, agalast li.OCs) and
st 090 bags, raaeectlrely.
Viae wsather was reiwrted Is all districts of
so FasJo. wira tesoasira tares ranging from
46 te 88 8agMH
W"j' comm a-TA-ngnca.
Last Last
FTtdsr. wees,
yaw Tork aellvsriaa. 11.846 U.88
C--4S(''- 8tlJ 11.841
t&2h& ::::: oft
CSL AT.Jr?a in 884 171.183
Ittg at ail port! 878,71. 488 W8 888.408
I I88.'ri8 I 898,464 1 91. 448
STXlth
16.87
IL8M
H,6i
M8J8-1
184.894
With the certainly of about normal
money established early in the afternoon
a decidedly firmer tone ensued during
the last two hours on the Consolidated
St., k Kxchnnge yesterday, on which
prices rapidly Improved, all groups
sharing It) the general upward tr.-.nd.
The final trading was f. aturcd by rapid
a.dvunces of lOV points In Studebaker
to 11714 and ..t ...i4 in .Slut 2 Motors, to
123, both of which issues were aaid to
hnve been accumulated by atrqng In
terests In marked contrast to the early weak
ness exhibited by the steel properties
those shares moved up even more
rapidly than they had fallen, Crucible
rallying f pointa to 118. Bethlehem
Steel "B" 344, to 104. and Mldvale St,
to while I'nlted States Steel com
mon rallied from 1104 to lit. Gen
era I t'lgar Stores, on sustained buying,
moved up b, to M H, a new high level
for this year. Mexican Petroleum, after
falling back to 1 13. roae IV. to 196
ending at 195, while Pan-American was
Lid up 3H, to 1104, and Koyal Dutch
of New York IK. to 1174. American
Car 'ind Foundry netted a gain of III
for the day, while Baldwin Locoinotlva
advanced 1 from its early low, to
115V
The copper issues made up most 01
their early losses In sympathy with the
general market trend. Keystone Tiro
rallied 6 from Its early low, to. 1144.
United States Industrial Alcohol 14. to
United States Rubber J, to
118 "i. and International Paper tH, to
TO84. The rail shares were but slightly
changed for the day, Missouri. Itagiaaa
and Texas, common and prefei red, show
ing beat, of this group, the first named
rnlnlnt H. to lSli., and the laat IS. to
11, both enteriuf now Mf-h cround.
PRE-HOLIDAY CURB
TRADING SUCKENS
Prices Move Irresrularly to
Lower Levelw, but. Some
Gains Come at End.
Trading In the outside securities mar
ket yesterday was on a comparatively
small scale due to the Inclement weather
and the pre-hollday session. Prices moved
Irregularly to lower levels, except In the
last hour, When thero was strong buy
ing of stocks In which losses were
largest. Tho more active prominent
Issues generally closed at the top levels
or the day with small fractional ad
vances.
New York Hhipbulldlng, after selling
thirteen points lower, recovered most of
Us loss. Submarine Host rallied after
declining a point. Martin Parry fea
tured the automobile stocks with an sd
vance mote than a point to within 1
fraction of Its high. Bethlehem Motors
was In good demand late and Plsk Kub-
bT Tire recovered Its morning I
of about two points.
It Is expected that next week trading
w ill be started in Overland Tire, all stock
of which hag been taken up privately.
The company last year earned about
130,000 and produced about 1,000 tires
dally. That output, It Is expected, will
be increased shortly. Savold Tire Issues
reacted after early strength. Pressman
Tire and Excello Tire moved to new
highs.
Price changes In the oils were nar
row. Sinclair Issues were Slightly lower
and there was good demand for GufTey
aillesple, Ohio Oil and Illinois Pipe
Line.
Total soles and range of prloea fol
low .
rNDUSTIUALS.
Net
galea. High Low Laat Chga
644 Aetna Rinloa llts Ilk 1186
177 Acme Cose 3 24 88s S
604 Allied Packers . ... am ri 62 1
360 Am Malt A Or 6l's 61 61
10600 Ajsnr Marconi t 61. '
940 Amer Writ Paper. 12 118a 1188
;' iiiiiiM,.-. Mot... ao 38 -el4
4M Br An. Cbem 10 10S 10S S
1200 Br Am T cots? ... t34 8214 BVi M
14M Br Am T coo rta. W 64 6t w
sts) ar ugnt 4W 314 ra 14
204 Clinton Wright 1484 8444 14
zreo 1 oiomai -nrs govs 40 40U -4- 44
4404 Continental C 84, t 984 H
"w" wceiso lire 1Z46 1Z44 1314 T 4
106T Karrell Coal 6S84 . 66 V.
looo Flk nnb Tire 474 464 4714 K
2740 flak Rub rta t4 214 84 H
8404 rn Asphalt 69 36U. 87 H
140 Olllette Raf RasorlTO 174 170 -4- 14
640 Hall Signal 104 64 64 4
400 RUdea Chemical 8 714 7U 14
81 04 Hupp Motors 18 1314 18
100 Iron Producta 44 so m lis,
1140 Inter Robber 28 tt 84
735 Lima Loco 68 76 84 -e4
4900 Martin Parry 84 32 884 184
100 Bnllena Bnde . rrt T7t, 3714 V
1414 Nat An A 7hem..a63 4 46
4140 North Amer Pulp 8 5 .',-',
00 N Y Shipbuilding. 48 (6 66 8
8K75 Otis Rteel 42 40W 43 4
600 Pacific Gas Klec 6884 47-14 US
304 Teerlesa Tr A M 47 4614 444
7040 Perfection Tire . 1V IS IS - V
3144 Philip Morrla 14S 13V, 1984 -1
2T00.1 Priaaman Tire ... 16S 16S "-. S
300 Prrene Mfg 17S 17S 174 ..
14004 llepohlle Tire 10 S 9S "4
3000 Sarold Tire ... . 44 l 61 -3
200 Kasold Tire. N J MS 63 68 -1
400 Savold Tire Ohio. 33S IS 31S S
6800 Hub Boat 20 19 16 -
14740 Sweeta Co Am.. 12 US 12 ..
4104 Tob Prod Sip . 34S 33 36
76 Todd Ship 180 ir 127 -3
144g Cnlon Carbide . S2 80 82 4- S
4100 r S Steamship 1 8S 3H ..
23444 ln Profit sharing 3S 3 3 A
8600 t'n Raull gtoraa 87 86 97 -f-
900 Wan en Blroa 61 80 84 1
4S04 Wayne Coal ...... 6 8 -
8i Weber AH 26 28 2,1 1
600 World Film
146 World Film let pf 3 3 . ,
2400 World Film 2d pf. 1'4 l"4 1 .
1800 Wright-Martin. .. 88 66 7 4-1
STANDARD OIL8.
10 Buckeye P Line .141 101 101
30 111 Pipe Line 188 188 184 3
40 Ohio Oil 388 396 988 T2
SO Stand Oil Cal . .283 291 293
INDKPENIlENT OILS.
::.s) Anialg Royalty 1 1 1 -1- i,
7'8! Atlantic 1-et .... 4S 4 4
640 Barnett O I U A A A
j" Boouj Oil 9 s s 1
-ti boston Wjr 0 ' 46 a. 86
oO.t Burknett Van l ie 2 2 2 -
4400 Bratos 1)11 29 16 2
64't.nlrsl Oil 9 81, 9 s-1'4
foO I'm-le OIL 8 6
7.S1 lit Sen 45 46 46
4060 Ct.miiit.nw Pet 40 Bgu ao ,
8400 I oalen A Co ... 11 11 1114
lnoo Flk Basin Pet 9 9 8
UN Knel (III 7 6 7', M
27640 Kainenilda Oil. ...f 38 16 83 5
2504 Federal OH. 314 8 3
8940 r.ufTer I'lllospic . 234 22 23 e 4,
2S08 Ulenroek Oil 414 0 61, .
1140 Home Oil Ref 38 34 I4Uj 44
144- rtr.nston Oil ... .13) 1JSU, 124
1620 Hudaun Oil 1 14 lv,
1.SS- Indlahoma Ref .7 7 7 ..
384,1 1 1. tar Petrol 33 33 82 u
2l Invlnciblo Oil 3 K 341, 4. 't
iv laland O Tran 7 784 714 . u
1244 Lsnre Creek Hay -.4 1
12444 I.WIngaton oil 4 tu -.u 4
4404 Verrltt OH . 38 34 M U
ttso .tretroi olltsn P 9 184 V - 1
r M. Panucs 17 nu, iu u!
864 Midwe.it Ref 142 179 IJ0 I
1840 Midwest Teiaa .., 114 IV, u
40 Mnrten Pet. " " 1 1
!T)0 Northwaln Oil t m M ao 43
lfVslOhlo R8ng-r .... 114 i m
1108 Okmulree O!.. -it -.l, .u
9400 Omar O G H' si gf '
r.oo Orient Oil 8 8
1000 Osage Nation t
4901 Penn (Iaanlene .4 (.8 88 aj jj
4oo pitiaburg Trias . 13 12 1314
640 Pennok Oil ut, ttB v
3404 Prod A Ref r 84, Ja? H
1944 Onsen Oil t 11 11 11
800 Ranger Oil 14 14 u.
940 Richard Texas rti, i?V4 jtw
6404 Rock Oil t8R 6' 41
8604 Ryan 4"H1 68, U ta, u
4o Salt Crek Prod.. 81 6f 80 2
1040 Seouoyah OAR. S 14
3404 simms Pet... 11 91 Jt u
19604 Sinclair Con OU 82 81 61
9404 Sinclair Oulf 69 .67 67v. - 2
8?-0 Southwest Oil. .tr 27 43
840 Southwetn Prod . 4 tu 414
!W. Stanton Oil 1 16j 11Z i u
1S40 Speneer Pet 14 13 14
.9400 Tex-Ken 6 4 6 4."
2900 Texas Prod A Ref t 9 9 14
744 Teiaa National u
Too Texas Ranger 4 4 4S
Tore TVxana Oil ll-l s -1-lf
6804 Transcontinental 474. 4T-. 47 -e u
1004 Vacinim tlaa 14 11
144 victorl Oil 2 : ja? "
4HI West St Oil. new. 5 4, 414 u
imo White Bugle JS 14 34 ..
MINI Ml N
8M4 A B C Metale.. .. 1 1-14 1 11-14 ..
6t Alaska Mines U ,1
100 Amer Mines.. ..
1000 Allsnta t 4 4 4
24R00 Belcher Ills t 73 47 71 1
4i.w. Heloher Bit . t 88 81 31 8
2100 Itlg Ledge A
PsjoBoelli Mln t 6 8I4 1-464
881814 Huston A Mont t 92 K9 91 -4-1
MM Caledonia , .... t 41 40 41
3744 Panada Copper 2 r, 144
7640 ( sndalarla Mill. ... 1 .', 1 A
8900 Cona Annuls 17-16 1 1 7-16 ..
2844 Cons Cop M.nes . 6 8 8 -
8VX 1 'res McNamara 4 4 48 4s
lOoOCreason Hold 3 3 3
8400 Fiir.-ka-4'ronaua .... 1 1 114 ..
1600 '40 Mining 1 1ft IS ..
4600 lloldon Oata 3 1 . .
3018) Gold Cona t 1 1 1
3000 OoM norenc....t 73 71 71
604 Haabrouek Dir.. t 13 13 13 3
1400 Heels Mining.. . 8 6A 6A A
l' Howe Sound ... 4 4 4 U
IVXlO Karr Lake t 84 V 89
1006 MuKlnley Dar e 44 46 44
68404 McNamara tl 84 86 1
603 Marsh Mining ...t 6 8 - ,
940 Mag-ma Copper. . 47 44 44 4
18060 Mi.therl.st. t 68 44 46 43
8860 Molherlode new.. 4 4 484 4
1448 Nat Tin 4 4 4
1000 Nlplaatng Mlnea . 14 10 10 ..
1844 Nixon Nevada, .t 88 18 14
SIM) Ohio Cop new.. H A ft 4
600 Onondaga Silver 8 3 9 ..
1200 Ray Herculea 3 3 3 ..
18040 Rex Cona t 16 17 It 1
4040 San Toy t 1014 10 10
104 Senses Copper ... 18 a .31 u
ions mlver K of Arts 1A 1 A 1 A 1 A
8644 So Am Plat A 0 11 1484 14 - 8
44140 Hureeas Ills 4 6 4 6 16
1444 Stawart M t It 68 34
las Knnbaetl C.ma. . .t 73 78 73 2
944 Tneao B.kaemt .6 9 9 ..
17304 To nop DlTlde 1 T 1 ta
3040 Totiop Bit 3 3H 94.
WTanap .list Rat. t II II 81
lisvTenop Midway. . 4 8 MM..
1900 Tonnp Mlapah 8 11..
KMO Tonop Itsa Bois. 4 34 84 to .
5SS4 Ttmlunine IS 1 1
g nutted ltsa tars. . 4S 4H 4tt ..
1114 West Bnd Cess ... 1 1 1
8040 WW t Caw t t is t 4 1
M81CWte Caas ttat t 8S 8 (44 ..
14 6 Wilbcrt Mln 6 ItU t 4
tt 4 t
Executor Trustee
Chartered 1822
The Farmers' Loan and Trust Company
Nob. 16, 18, 20 & 22 William Street
Branch Office, 475 Fifth Avenue
At Forty-first Street
New York
London
Administrator
Foreign Exchange
FartB
Guardian
1
Member Federal Reserve (J-rsUm and Vtm Tork Clearing Home
Chain Store Organizations
Their service lo the Public
SCIENTIFIC methods of production and distribu
tion are factors which tend to prevent the cost of
living from increasing to abnormal figures.
IN the past decade concerted efforts on the part
of government, state and industrial leaders have
been applied with a view to bringing the producer
and the consumer nearer together, eliminating the
middleman, and thus reducing the cost of the product
to the ultimate consumer.
CHAIN STORE systems have contributed enor
mously toward the economical distribution of low
priced commodities of all sorts. The development of
this class of business has been steady and those concerns
possessing able management have made a signal suc-t-ess
of their enterprise.
THESE factors accrue to the advantage of the
holders of chain store securities.
We hate in preparation a circular describing
a chain store preferred stock which we will be
glad to send to investors upon request for
Circular A-36.
Merrill, Lynch & Co.
Members of the New York Stock Exchange
120 Broadway, New York
Chicago Detroit Grand Rapids Ids. Angeles
BID AND ASKED QUOTATIONS.
' 1 J. -e K tll.llifc IIS
l'VITED STATES GOVERNMENT BONUS.
Bid Aake.l
2a. r. , istenl W n
"la. coupon Din.. ?9V
lis. psa-lsterssl "fi 63
3a. coupon , ss 62
4a, rssjlsisred 4 . 108V
48. coupon iikv its.',
2a, Panama, l1.;. resittrn-tl s. 6H
js. Ftnama. 1336. toupon 6684
Is. Panama. lt. rectaterrd S84 -sn,
2s, Panama. 1936, oui.on s
3a. Panama, rsrlslensl 89 63
3s. Psnams. coupon &D N
Phil 111. lsnd purchase 4a. 11-34. ,., i X
Phil. lai. public works a. iss.' S" S4S
Phil. la! public srorka 4s. 1636 s." 88
D:ilrict of Columbia 1 6Ss ST i6
FOREIGN BONDS.
Aim For.8rn IW. Co 6a. 11 . j 1U0
Ansln-Pmifh Esicrn. fa. 1930 7A
Arfcimne lDtexn. 6a. 1946 ... 83 16
Canada. Dominion of. Ba 1921 91 96
I'an&da. Dominion of. 1936 986 '-
Canstta. Dominion of. 19:i 941, SC
I'hlnnr Gov . H11 Kuf Ry 6s. 1W.1 K 88
Cuba Kaisra. 6a ism ,, !8i
Cuba Exleru. Is. aeries A. llM'i ... 92 93t4
Cuba Bxi4.ni. 41ja. 1646 11 63
Inminicsn Rsp s. lies. 91
French Bunlsaill City Sa. 1919. . 9i, 99
French. Ljulta City tla. ItU 9l 99
French. Marseilles City 8s. 391J) 9i yi.
French. Paris city 89. :921 yTi
Japaneac Gov aierl. loan. 1923. M'-a -TVa
Japanese Got 4, 2d aert. s, 192.". 91)
Japaneae Gov. 4i aierl. loan. 1931 70 77
Japansse. Toklo City 3a. 1652 16
L. K.. O. B. A I. 3 yr. 68,6. 1919 . IM ISn
0. K , O, II A I I yr (M6. 1921 !45a 99
V. K . G B it I. Si yr '.Vjs. 1937 9"ii 97V
FOREIGN BONDS DEALT IN FLAT.
Mexico Eitern sterl r,s of '9 198. f2T a
Mexico Extern, jrold 11 ut '04. 194 s6 66
A A Co pi
A llrf N pf
Am B S pi
A Br Shoe
Am C F pf
A Cot O il
Amer Ex in
A m Ics. . f
Am tins pf
Am 1J0Q pi
Amer flhtp
a small pf
Am S Sec A
Am Siiuff
Am Kiiy if
A S Tol. pf
Am Tsl A C
A Woo! nf
Hid A
9 M
93it
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118,1,
11
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64
1
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116
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of storks In ht' h there
.".tuns yesterday.
sked Bid Ai sj..l
W14 Ann Artuir 4S ".'a
4S . Am Arii 12 H
6i A Dry G Ipf 7x '.
I66S I .lo M pf 77 76
111 Aaseta Hs.il 14,
61 It 4 O lf . M -166,
98 ; Beech Crk . K
72 Beth S 786 1(17 Iftk
978, do if.lliv 1141,
107 I Bkn Edison 101 106
111 1 Bkn I'll Gs 106V
114) Browii shoe j .,
941, , Brunswick.. 9V, 10
138 Iluf a HUS.1 74
69 do pf . . SI 67
119 Huff RAP ;,9t, 60
991, do pf . 96
61 Burna It pf 110 aim
11fi Btiah Term 80 ps)
Hal a Ana. 78
Can South.. 461
CRR of NJ .306
Chi a All.. 108,
I do pf 168)
I4.VW pf. 136
: c si p o ,;s
du pf his
CIsreAlltls
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4I0 pf 69
1 CI Peab pf 104V
, l oiruel pf 106
coi a -) ipt ti
do 2d pf . 46
Com). Tab . iwl
i on 4'if pf 65V,
Con Can pf
(ion lnaur.. 72
Crex Carpel t.
( ru StI pf 104
i Cub A Su.2(8)
' do pf . list
Di-ere j.f 103
Det K.llaon.120
Diamond M il.',
llul ss a A 1
Klec stor. 941
Emer H pf 94
Endlct J pf VSV,
Fed M a S 17
Fiaher B pi n",
Gen Chem 160
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j GenCisa rta S
do pf 144
, GlfSStl 1 pf Ji
Hanstr pf 117
Homsotaks h3
Int N. kl pf s8
I Int Pan pf K
Jewel T pt. 7s
K C Ft S Pf M
' Kan C S pf V
I Kavasr 116
Kel Sp T pf '.4S
' Kel Wheel f9
do pf 98
KeoiDM nf li
Kres, 8 H II'.
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LI68 a My 2211
do nf 1M
: Lss-W 1 pf li"
do M pf 113
Man Beach. V
Ma.kay 74
do pf 64
Marl 1 11 R 66
Math Alk .11
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do pf 108
j MStPaSS.M 90
I do pf 104
d.. C r, si
Mn Plow pf 94
' Nor a Esa 70S
79V
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226
13V
17
130
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NatllAS rf.ltsi
.sft'.e.AS in. 101
SHofM 1 pf 16
NOTeiM. 41
M V Air B.130
n v i. a w 91V
NYCSL 1 pf b
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Nor Cel.. . . . 87
NorfaiV pf.
107
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136
66
68
110
74
74
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220
107
123
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do 1st pf.
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Pet-Mul
do pf .... 96
Pierce A pf 107
PCGSStL ... 64
Pitt CI pf. M
PFwac pf 129V
pawva pf j
I-rStlCar pf.lOO
luh Barr. 76
Ren a Sar 115V
RySUSp pf 106
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Scars 11 pf 117V
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T Pat L T.l'.l
tide Water. 242V
Tol St LAW.. 7
do pf 1
Twin City 45
1'ndrwd pf 112
I" Ba- a P 91
I'CiaSls pf 113
UnDra 1 pf S4v
1 S Bxpr 27
I'n Fruil i6V
lii Ry lnv. 13V
do pf 101,
UStiuUe pf.P-4
llah Sec 17V
Vs I C a C 84
W'al. O B pf 23V
Wells Far. . 68
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80081 Auaconds Cop 6s 9S 99V 99V
1900 Beth Ht 7s. 33. .102 102 102
5006 Beth St 7a. '33. .. llBV 102V 102V V
16000 I an Gov 6Vs. 11 96V 944 96V
S7non Can (ins :.Vs. '2 9?v 7V 97V V
600.. Pus (Hv 6Vs 66V, 68 68 I
lonilO go Ry I n t0.... 00V 9i, 00 V 4 M
OOtOO svledlah Oaf 6s 9v 9's 99V V
HO Swift a Co 6a. .10014 loov 100V
odd lot tsells cents a share
PRODUCE MARKET.
IlKANS AND FKAS - I4KAM- Marrow.
( holce 100 Iba , ll.6Dti 11 7i. marrow,
Manchurlan. 1 : 1 ,i 1 Cosc-rronea, Chil
ean. 66US.75, pea. ch.d.e. 17.76411; me
dium, choice. T, 10; lady Waahlnffton.
California, I7 50H 7 75. small whlta. Cali
fornia, 7r,057.76; lnrs white. Idaho.
I7t.04f7.75. Tspary. California, 11466.76;
Kotmaahl. Japaneae, 16:5 8 75; Cprsan,
S5o(7; Dstfukn. Manchurlan, 67i70;
red kl.tnev, choice. 6l3 7.iill r-d rnnr
raw, llO.TwOJll; Klntokl. M..:. imnan 64 t
6.60. yellow rye, IT . Mack turtle
aup. I. 7 , , .1 white kidney, choice.
111.769 18 15, IinperUla lilt. Kuinunoto.
Mancliurlan. 17 6058. Catmllem. Chilean.
$8f 7; Bayou. Chilean. MtfM.H; cranberry.
Manchurlan. round. 16.764-67.2., Ions. 160
8.60. ahort, 66 60O6. California, 1707.31;
pink. California. 17,11; lima, California,
choice, i9 60. PHA ootch, 1919, 7j
7 .60; (reen. Wlaoonaln. I'.50ft7; Idaho.
I7.364J7.60; Waahlnt-.n. 7 . 60 4J T .T5 ; Cali
fornia, 17.60(4 7.76; Chilean. IT47.60; Aua
trallan. (7.60017.76. Japaneat, llt8.25,
black eve. California. 6 46.60; splits yel
low, 16.60, srteu, (10010 50; white small,
Manchurlan. lol). i larfr, 1606 50.
B1TTKR Creamery, hlxher than ex-
traa. lb. S4Vf55c. ; axtrae, 63 score, 61
40 6 4c; flrata. 88 to 91 acore. n 1 Vi It a J c :
aeconds, 66 to 67 score. 49 V 0 51c; lower
giadca, 47(j 49c. uneaiiea. miner man
..slraa. 6786 4&lc: extras. 56 V 4 5 7c. ; flrats.
64 064c , seconds. 62(. ESVc.: State, dairy
tuba, ntieat, sjtin.U' . w bwihsv.
iflallUc. coinninn 1.. fair. 44049c. reno
vated, firsts. 60 V 0 51V' ; lower aradea.
4 8 4 66c ladlea. current make, firsts. 47V
I (r6Vc-; sesionda. 446j4(Vc ; lower trades.
441644,0.. pi. cams s.ota. vuno.i. ux.ae.
Iso. 1, 4(044V.; No. I, 46V . lower
(rades. 410 46c.
CHEEtxE State, whole mtlk, freah flata
colored or white, lb . il V lie. average
run. Jl iSlr ; lower rradei, 610 31c..
twins, specials, whites. I30I3K.C; colored,
83 44 4vl6c; average run, while, Sttl(6e,i
colored, 11061c. ; lower grades, 36 030 Vic;
Wisconsin, whole milk, twins, freeh, II V
ttlS-ac; double daisies freah, whit.. 61V
0 II Vac. colored. 110 II Vc ; double daisies,
OHc; white. IIH013C. Young Amer
icaa freah. 34 Vc. tftate. sklma, specials.
34V(y36vc.; prims to choice, lOOIlc; fair
to good. 16019c; lawsr grades. 7014c
4JTTONBICBD OIL Range of prices;
1'hura-
Opcu. High. Low. Close, day
Bora r 60 66.50
luS r.oo 2 00
AUrust ti 00 77.25
e-nlembsr n.00 37.TI
October 20.7s K.lo M 56 2 71-r on M M
November m se-ee st
Usosmbsr. 14 16 16 0 14.6 34 0 36 36 06.10
January 31.65 !. J4.66 00-M 64 01
- 1
OO0 Ffosh gathered, extras, doa . IIO
4c. ; eatra firsts. 404rS2c ; flrata. 4SO(tc;
seconds and poorer. .1244.- ; dirties. No
I. SSOtfc. ; No. 2 and poorer 2 tt34 -.;
.'hecka. good to choice, dry. .81 u .ISc ; un
der gra.lea, (OOSOc.i Slate. Prunay I vsnts
and nearby Weatern hennery whites, fine
lo fancy, 0tO06c.i fair to prime, .werUt ;
sathered whites, innimnn to prime. B04
r.8c ; Pacific cnaat. whiles MlfSOc other
Western end Southern, rather. .1 whites
(OOWe . State. Pennsylvania and nearby,
hennery browns, fancy. ic.; gathered
! row n and mixed colored, graded, fancy.
M 4i .'.4. , . fair to prime. 4.-
11,4)1 R AMI MKAl Rye Sour ouiet ;
fair to good, I8 ..oj8.0; choice to fancy.
..-.. fti-.-s Whit corn flour aleady
14 H.-. I 5.23 per K.u ll.s Cornm.al steady.
ellow granulated. I4e7v . white granu
lated. (4 97V FEED City firm; bran.
Ion lb aaeka. 144; heavy middlings, do.
168; red dog flour. 140 lb sacks (17 nomi
nal. Western steady hrsn. Hl'i lb sscks
144 M); standard middlings, do . .".4 ,.(!
flour middlings, do . 4): red dog, flour
1401b sacks, (lis Oil meal. Ml. SO nomi
nal, in 100 lb sacka
IRl IT1 FRENII APPLdiS Fancy,
bsk . llttfS. Transparent, bsk IIOII
Transparent, amall nnd poor bsk. (Hi 3
PEARS- I Cont... Southern. No 1, hbl
110; I Conte, Houthern. No, 2 bbl 17
PEACHES- South (Wrollna and Georgia
crate. 60.- fj 11.76; South Carolina nnd (leor
gln, fancy, crate, 1201; ileorgln. bush
bsk., (2411.60; Jersey, crate, (I 75 13 2 15
CHERRIES Black. Ih l.sk , Il loe 1.60
w hite. lb. bak.. 75c 411; red. sweet I lb
hsk., Hoi 15; anur. 8 lb. bak. IIOI.K; In
b,,xca. sweet, lb. iOQIIc. CCRRANTS
Hmnll. red, 01 , 10011c; smell, black, at.
SSJUKli.0''' 1" 14016c. BLACK -BKHHIEJS
qt . UJfllc. OtXlSEBim'-IE.S
-Irge. green qt . 10-73c emnll. ,.een
lt.. 134115c. RASP HERRI h7s pint 1010
18c. HUCKLEBERRIES yt.. 12C'2o"
oitANGEa Floride. J40; California
II. 804r. URAPEFRUlT-riorlda bog. (4
4J-I 1.KMON8 California, box, (1 50 OS 35
UMFlg Dominica, bbl.. (40 6 PINEAP
PLES Cuban, crste. S 76l(8 Porto Hlcn
crate S 101 6 50 MUSKMKLON8 Califor
nia, crate. (IOI SO; Arlaona, crat li Ts 0
1 (0; North Carolina, crste, (3 OSTRICH
I'-OG Callfomts. flat case. (175O160 do
North .-arollna. flat case, "Sr.. 0(1 30 WA
'J'ERM KIXN'S Georgia and Florida, car
HMOItl.
TUl ITS. 1K1K1 APPLES Evaporated,
far Weatera. par lb, 20 011c . State, prime
HOllc.
NAVAL 44TOKE14 Splrita turpentine
machine bbls.. (131 TAR Retort and
kiln. (!i.60IS SO. ROBIN Common to
eoou. straineu. in 3d, . 111.36; t). (16.75
a., 4;' r. fit Je; (4. 4U;
I. Il- ... K 110.(0; M. (10;
WG. (11. end WW, :i.(0.
OILS Standard white. New York e.g.
port, 1. ids (17(6: do., bulk, (Oil- do.
caees. (20 15. Water white. New Tork,
I hie . 118 26. do., bulk. (10.25, do., caaes.
131.16. Motur gsaolene. garagea 14 Uc, j
. unsure, is 1SV (steel I, in, I a LINOEBD
OII strictly pure, gallons of 7 V Iba.. in
bble , It. 36. Calcutta oil. (3.(0.
POTATOES Jersey, round. 106 lb. bag.
(68OO6; Jeraey. round. No. I. 160 lb. bag.
(6 6006.76, Jersey, round. No. I. 150 lb.
bag, (2 5006, Jersey, round, bbl., (401;
Long laland. bbl . (6.7304. Southern, new .
No. 1. Mlo, 46(M H. aoutaeiu. Ho. K
Speaking of Oil
By Wm. C. Van Antwerp
From the Walls of Babylon to the re
finery at Bayonne.
What is under the 2,000,000 shares in
the new Transcontinental Oil ?
Who arc Benedum and Trees the
world's pioneer geologists in oil?
Bee the
Dow, Jones & Co. Bulletins
Next Monday morning fin all well equipped financial
offices) ; also Wediesday and Friday and in
The Wall Street Journal
the afternoon and morning following
V r
PUMNBYI.A ASIA CO. UCARANTKKI)
I'M CENT, TIM -il CKRIIH
( ATEN. HKHIKH It IH K 1M1.
Pursuant to trrma of afremnt dated
.eptcmti r 1. 1197. and nupplmntal arc
mnt dated February 1. 101. th under
luncd invttea tendrri i.f above certificate
for sale and delivery an of August 1. 1919.
at a price not exceeding par and Intersil,
to the extent of $100,000, Lh sum now
payable to sinking fund
Seated tenders, stating spr-rlflc nnmb--c
of eertinrates ! l address to C11KARI)
Tlil'HT COMPANY, Trustt-c sinking Fund
Pennsylvania Company (luaranteed IH par
cant. Trust certificates. Merles "B." 111 be
received until 3 P. M. July XI. ISlf. Ac
cepted certificate must be delivered on
August 1st. of security furnished that day.
if required, that delivery will be made
within ten davs.
(alRARI TRl'HT COMPANY. Trustee
itFOKOE II STI A HT Id. Treasurer.
I'hila.lelphia, l'S .luh IS. 11Q
bbl. . -i '( .Southern N I. bbl. f J ;r
i io Houthern. No I. defective. 12O4.S0
fWERTS Jeraey. bsk. 2tf7.
INH'I.TRY. UVB BPRINQ HKOTI,KRS
-r.ilnred. cxpreKS. 40.M3. BROIL.BRB
Vhlte L.e(4horn. large, express. 42i" , White
Leghorn, -niai;. cxpres-. s o 40v BPRINQ
HRt ll.Krtrt--WVern. frt-Ight. t 3 .j -ir-t--;
Southern and Botlth weatern, freight. 40 0
4Sc Ft iwi.it Express, ji Hl3c. frelgh!.
light 3r freight, heavy, old
ROOSTER-B- Freight. :ir Tt'K K BYB
Hent. freight. 30r , totns. freight. 25c
D17CKB WMtern, freight. Ho.; Southern,
freight, tic : Lt-ong Ulsnd. cprlng lb . lie.
GEESE Freight. 20c liTINEAA Pair.
11.10. IMOEt'.NH-Psir. SOc.
POULTRY, DHEHSKD- BRuII.EllS
Jersey and Ung island. colofed 2 lbs.
und under. &Zc , Jersey ami I n laland.
Colorad, - S lbs. and over. ach. - t .
8ta:e ard Pen nsylv aula. 2 lbs. and under,
(C. ; Stale and Pennsylvania, 2 1 Wm.
an 1 nver. csi h. 43 Q 4ftc . Western, dry
pli kad, c4ored. 'J lbs. and under,
each, ; - 7c . U'sstsrn. dry picke.i,
?S lbs. and over, each. 40 tf 4 3
POWLfl Kr--h dr pscke.i milk fed. I
to box. Wes'Tn. 30 to 60 lbs and over
to dftt, S3ti3Wc . iiftdar 10 Iba. S2 ;
fresh, drv pack-d, oofn fed. 12 to box,
Western, -to t 0 Ihg. and over to dox .
33 ti 3sc ; und- r 30 lbs . 31c. . fresh, ilry
pa i ked and ic-d. bbls . Western, dry
picked. 4 to i ha and over. 3 .' 1 ,
1 Vs Ih . Itc . 3 Iba jnd under. 30 A Sic .
S"Uth wpstcm lr- pte ked, bble 4ir kegs
rnuw wHihts. 3I':J34c tI,I i n. K
Fresh, tiry packed, boxes or bbl a., Wern
er n dry picked. Ko, 1 , sic. . scalded. 2 1
4::. DUCKH- L'ing Island and P-nn
ylvanlge, spring. 3 5 SJl' AB. Prime
White, doa.. 14.50 ?.fjO. dark, ti 50 3 .
culls. t t.t.OV 3 FROZEN. li-Ux PACK
Turkes, Western, ntnall boxes, picked,
elected youna hens, 44-ii4c . Western,
dry plcketl. selecte.i ming toins. II 4 4 9c. .
Western, bbls , drj picked, aelecteti yuung,
41c; ynung hens nnd totns, mixed. 4il'
47c . Texas. 450.41c . Texas, fair tu good,
40 fi 4 3c. i Md 1 1 ins. 4 Sc. Broilers, milk
fed. fancy, li to 11 ibg. to doa, 3itt
lie; fancy. II to 10 lbs, 33tf3Cc; corn
fed. fancy, IS lo 24 lbs , KQUr.; 25
t. to Iba. 3wi3c Clitckens, milk fed.
11 to 0 lbs. and over to doa. (99414 .
corn fi-d. 31 t.. to lbs. and ov-sr to doa .
40 v 42c, Fowls, milk fed. 10 lbs and
over lo dux.. 37c 41 to 51 lbs., ItC!
41 U 47 It's Mo.! II to 42 ips . 34c..
lit in I'. lbs lie . under 30 lbs. Ilk ,
cum fed. 10 ihs and over lo dox , lie ;
41 to 55 lbs. t.j 41 lo 47 lbs. o. J
II to 42 lbs.. 33c . 1') to 31 lbs.. 30 O 31c. .
un.l-?r 30 lbs.. S9IOc Old cocks. West
ern, prinio", drj- pickeil. 1 1 Ullc; Western,
seal led. 20c
PBOVIIflOMf Pork ateady: meaa, I . 1
51.50. family. T short clear. 5I j St.
Beef steady, mess ISt34. family. 39ff
40 ; packoi . 137931; extra India mess.
161 C iO Hogs easy, bacona, II o . . 14 0
lbs. SITtc. pigs. Belllea dull;
ph kled clear. 1011 lbs.. 14c. ; dry aalted
cteur, 11-20 ba . 11c Cireuaea quiet; yel
IgW, Utilise choice houae. nv ni' V
Pickled hams dull, regular, 10-lv lbs.
Ilc.. akinned. U-.'O lbs. I4c. Tallow
Oulet , city special, loose, : " .1 - ; Lard
weak middle West, 134 1014 10. city
inrd easier, quoted 14c nominal ; refined
lard weak ; Continent. 13 7 . outh Amen
can. 137 .16 Brasll kegs, SH 35; compound
ateady, quoted ..: Stearins quiet,
city lard atsarine, 3ltf40c : oteo. 3'Jc.
BVQAM Cut loaf, 10 60c ; crushed.
10 25c; mould A. l.iOo. . cubes. I.Tftc,
XXXX powderod, !.20c . powdered. 16c.
fine granulated and iltatnond A, ;. , von
(totlonera A. s 0c. ; No. 1. 1.14c.
VEGETABLES, MlftC EM.ANEOI S
BEANti Jersey, bak., IOc,0$l,1; Jersey,
Italian, bak . SOctftl 60; Jerssy. cranberry
bak., $1 ti 1 60; Long Island, bag. 75c. Q
1. 00; lima beana. Suuthern. bsk., :;.c ul-BFETR-
Nearby. 100 bchs.. 1203: noarby.
bsk., II 0 1 60 ; nearby, bbl.. fj old, bbl,
l a 3 CAHROT.S" Nearby. 100 bchs. HO
2; nesrhy, bsk. 1.20tf2. nearby, bbl,
S. 50. old. bbl. 13 CORN North Caro
lina, box, l r ; :n JtM sey 100 e.irs. J : -
METAL MARKET.
Transcontinental Oil
Caddo Central Oil
Wt have prepared descriptive analyses
of the above stocks and shall be glad to
supply copies on request.
HALLE & STIEGLITZ
Mrmbrrs of the N. V. Stock Eat-hangc
30 BROAD STRFET NEW YORK
-i
Specialist in
Seaboard Oil and Gas Co.
Traded In on New York Curb
WM. B. STEINHARDT
(Member of N. V. Curb Market Aaaa.l
Phona SS4 Broad 44 Broad St., New York
I
We Specialize in
Colonial Tire & Rubber Co.
Circular on Request
FREDERICK SCHWED
67 Exchange Place Rector 1561
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C A N O P U S
IRON CORPORATION
Orusmicd under law. New Yorl, Siat
Capitsl $1,000,000. All Common Stock Par Value $10
THE STOCK ot this Company will be traded on
New York Curb, commencingjuly 28, 1919. Ask.
your broker to o! tain prospectus or write direct to
CANOPUS IRON CORPORATION
MINE located at C.ARJUSON. N. Y.
PtlillipMown, Putnam Co.. N. Y
Jul.' 16.
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Antimony
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con. no. .
rif Iron, haalr Mel.
Rest I'a 1
Pltls, llsss Iron
Puts llees bllleU
OLD Mr?: ! .-.
in. ; i. builnf prlcea are as follosra
i - ' id', a poiuil
tfavv rul ana rrni-ioie
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5.66 6.40
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6 76 ... 6 621,
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hltfiei qtl.iTSllotis
I'opiw-r. spot
In(isr futures
Blsetrnl.rtl.-, spot
llei-trolvtlo, futures
Tin. spot
Tin. fui. i...
atral
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1 sad. apsl
tsaa, futures
hpelter, spo.
Hprllcr, futures
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up
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up II
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Marlrl.
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16W1 at
Si (.ihi kans. Ju.y i6 A firm mar
ket develops! in oolton to-day. Tho ;
close was 91 tu 1ii4 up, aa follows: July, i
I4.lt; Ooiobar I4.6 ; Dseamtwr jtss,
Janiuiry. Mrcl, 14.14 Hpot, it.
points up, mltldUlUli 14
I Ivs rpnnl 4 i.4on llDttCtlMi
1,1VSHIViiii July It. Follovvlna; arc :
ths weekly cotton statistics : Quantity
arsoat. all kinds. 220.000 bales, Amen
can, .66,000 bales
HIGH GRADE silver mine for
sals.
J. H. GRAHAM CO., BROKERS,
711 Unity fluildinf, Chicpffo.
DIVIUCMM AM) INTKMMT.
The Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Go.
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Ualtimor. Mi . ,i . .5. 191
Th lipurj of UlrMtori thia day delr
frt-tn ttie pt rarnlBf uf lb CompHfUT f' r
i h sin nifTUhit etidrd June 10, 1919. ft
dividend of two per c nt .n Prfvr04
HUtW t.i -'rkholneri of rcirt clnt
ff lulna Jul li. ill: rnyirt.-nt n iU
be tllHd tin Sert'i,T - Jl . p'ovldrd
lliftt t.ofor that dite ihn "hall ht
been rCtvtd from Vftttd Htnte-a ut-
ernnietit .m a -i 'unl "t . oiuBUAl lou &
Jin Mfit -nt In !.' upliiWi. n Hi" lr4 -
drnt . Ti-Hl: Oi htr a aliste hir, dm l iiiv
U- Natinr n ti payati' a' a ' : data
h aaiue 4nd p't!i- a' a later d
vhen. ir ir.il If an n autn ih til be
rr-i etl
The tmnNfftr h.irnlia m n.i C)OM
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THK I KK.STOX 4IT1FKII S ( (l.
Trenion. S . J . July M.
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At a meeting .if the nuani .tf Uira-tr.
held t h la dt. i1l Uend ! ON' K l'BH
i TNT 1 i ami dftlftre.j on the it) -Ctimitt-ttivt
I'rffai rad Pt oi U 0l I -i L'ojh -pan
payable Julj it, itl. lo il "ctilu.i, rm
of ranrl at a o'clock V M July II, W19.
Trtnafer hooka do not ctoaa
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