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12 t Ktt yT"1' ' ft, THE SUN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 1020.
loiL ISSUES ARE MOST
ACTIVE IN THE CURB
rrlccs Oencrnlly Are Muro or
Loss Trrcpiilnr Thrwisli
out the Session.
Although tlie curb market wuh moro
nr lens Irregulnr yenterdny, areiilest
activity van ehown In the oil stocks.
Wfnkr.ns developed In aillllnnd, Whit
Oil nnd films In the enrly sessloa, but In
the afternoon there wan u. slight recovery
In thOM (much. General Asphnlt was lu
ooil demand throughout tho duy- and
lunged between 115 tiid Hi.
UciHTnl MotorM new stock Mflcctert
the strength of ltn parent Issue on the
ev York Stock Kxchnngo mid on a
fairly heavy turnover sold to 33, Its high
for the present move. Futomnrlno Boat
sold ex-dlvldond. and was In supply,
closing with a- net loss of n llltlo 1cm
than u point.
International Petroleum waa liwviiy
Mid and closed with ft loss of almost
two points. Carlb Syndicate recovered
fuslly from Thursday's low. lvelop
rnent of the company's properties on tno
llarco Concession Is said to bo proceed
ing satisfactorily.
Mining stocks were quiet.
Thcro was little activity In bonds,
which had fractional mixed lluctuat ons.
Total sales and rango of prices follow :
, INDUSTRIALS.
HI
3
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victory fir
aw Wnl Knit a., ,, . 1
loco Whits cipi ,.,,.( la
1200 Whit caps Kit,,! :
wwwiibm t T
4000 Yerrlmtoii ..... .f 4
nomik,
UlOfiO Allied PaiWri .., IJ'l, m Jl ,
17000 Am Tel U 'It MS H'i fs
WiO Am Tel '.4 M W'. M i
2000 Anieonda (i U.... til 5'i Mis
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13000 Atlantla Fruit 7s.. M' W
:M Ilelilunt (ly '11, Ml. H,
MOO ll.llum (Irli '. M'i M
:i000 C'openhtgsn 614s, . , lUi WMt
(000 Interboni ft T 7s,. mi M
I WO Mciett Mm. Wi Wi't
13000 Russian Or Mil.. 8.1 SO
23000 Russian Ov H,, 33 SK'.i
1000 HwMlih (IV I 3
1JO00 Hwli Or IHi H'.i Mil
t Hells cents a slure. Odd lolt,
COTTON MARKET!
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44O0 Acme i:oai -
KM Aetna Explo 9,
300 Air Reduction ...
HOT Aluminum Mfr .. 36
M0 Armour Leather. IS
100 Amer Candy ljj'i
ILO0 Am Haw S 8 Co 77
J700 Am Marconi Ms
1800 Am Safety Haior 14'.
175 Atlantic Fruit ... 3
100 Austin. Nlch pt.. Wi
1100 Atlas Tack SO
600 Ilrlt Am Chem .. J
300 llrlt Am Tob reg 1914
1500 Brit Am Tob cou lVi
(100 Brit Am Tob rts 7
000 Car Light , S 4
XC00 Cleveland Auto .. ilVi
100 Contey Tin Foil.. 25
200 Emerion Phono., v
1700 Gen Asphalt H7
10000 Ocn Motors r.
15t0 Clen Mot 7s deb.. 9.'
1100 Goldwyn Vict 11 J
looo Grape Ola J J.
J00 Qrapo Ola pt
U00 Lincoln Mot A.... '
600 Locomobile 24!,
100 Mercer Mot 51
1203 Mont Ward Co....
JW0 North Am Paper. 574
400 Orpheum Circuit.. 31
100 l'atchou Ply.... 41
775 Penn O & O. SJ,,
73O0 Perlectlon Tire....
, 300 Radio Com J
' 000 Kadio pt
100 Ilepettl ........... 4'i
oo lien Tire Hub.... Ji
MOSplcer Mfr ......1I3V4
1'joO'Sub Boat X d.... 15S
200 Sweets Co t
3M Tri-nurle" Film ..
COO U S Dlstrlb 51
1(35 U S HUch Spd Tl 33
100 U S L tc It avi
4'JO U S Steam J"
M0 U S Transport .. 12V4
too United Pict Prod 16
TOO United Prof Shar SJ
I00O United Ket Candy 1614
100 V Vlvladou Inc.. 31
400 Warn" Coal ...... Jfi
100 Will Baumer Can S9V4
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Contlmieil dulness was vlilunlly (ho
only feature In tho cotton market yester
day and prlcn changes again were small
and unimportant. In the continued de
moralization of foreign exchange benrs
were furnished with considerable am
munition. That factor nnd tightness of
money had depressing effects through
out tho session. Money was as high as
20 per cent, yesterday, hut stocks held
firm despite that fact. The outsldo trad
ing olement showed little Interest In tho
market and larger local operators also
were Inactive. Liverpool opening cables
were somewhat better than due, but
later tho English market became Irregu
lar. Spots In that centro were In qulot
demand, sales of 5,000 being lecordcd.
Haute of prlcei- , Thurs-
Open, ltlgli'. I-ow. Cloe, .lav
February 37.00 11 SJ.no
March 38.41 3.W 38.35 SO.17-4; 30.53
April 33.00 11 33.10
May 31.51 31.64 34.41 34 53.53 8(,0i
June '. 3S.5 11 .'3.10
July 34.(3 SJ.WI 33.43 32.54 T SJ.61
AliriHt 31.43 81.43 11.41 31.M 11 31.70
September 30.35 30.85 80.M J0.6 11 tO.CO
October 33.M 23.99 . 19 S4-&3 39.91
Koiember .40 11 3,45
ilocr mber 29.35 M.65 29 35 29.35 tl 29.40
Spots-Local, 8!i.50e.: New Crlcani, 3J.8W.
COTTON STATISTICS.
Lait
Vciterday. week.
Port receipt 66,724 49,810
Exports 29,(03 60.889
Kxpnrtt, seaion 3,7:1.313 3.519.823
Now York lorlil... C9.7!( 66.894
l,4J(.!iri l.U9,2a
20.4(0 18.893
33.2K) 23,939
5,423
IJverpool Cables Spot colton qulft at 35
pnlntd decline on the hauls of 20.3ld. for
mlddllnr. Sales 5,000 bales. American 3.000.
Imports CO.000, American 36.000. Tenders, n-w
(locket. 7.000! old docket 1,000. Futures
opened quiet, 13 to 17 points higher. Clo.-ed
irady, 5 points higher to 10 points loner.
Mareh. 26.22d.: Msy. !l.91d.; July. 13.73d,:
October. 21.461.! December. M.6ld. Man.
Chester Yarns Arm; cloths rood busltviii
Port .lock...
Interior recvlpli,...
Interior shipments.
New York srrlrals.
Last
year.
27.461
46,183
1473.103
87,710
1.36493
11873
14.004
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Now Orleans Ciitton nrkrt.
Xew Orleans, Jan. 30.-r-.Modcrate de
clines were made by cotton In the early
trading to-day, and late In the session
" ' 1 there were sags, but during the middle
If. k part of the day the tone, was very steady
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and prices of the most net Ira months
wnv nt amnll npt n,lvnnnft flnfilnir
6' t. 'k ' quotation showed m t declines for the
tl 7 ' cay or l to 13 potms. t iosc, .iarcn,
i 37.69 ! Jlay, .", " II; July. 33.35 ! uctooor,
30.07 ! Divembrr, 23.45. Spot cotton
steady and rnchanjod : middling, 30.83.
M0 Allen Oil 1J
W Alliance "It
1500 Allied Oil. 11
1500 Amal Boyalty J
M Associated Oil 1).
200 Atlantic rete 314
'0 Arkansas 't Gas 31
(00 ltamsdell Corp.,
4"0 Hill Pete
E100 Il.wno Oil
1000 Boston Wyoming.
M Burknctt Van CI.
I'iOO Carlli fynd
2IW circle on
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3300 Cities Serv B ctfs 42).
SOI, Continental Itef... 4'4
401) Cosdfn 4 Co 914
TMCushlnir Pet ;
i:D Dominion Oil 22
.01 Duquesne SH
3.W Elk Basin Pet.... 9H
3J0O Enfflneera Pet.... lh
COO Esmeralda Oil.... '4
4100 Federal Oil 3S
100 Gilllland Oil 4(14
(OOGIlllland Oil pf...lM
I'.OO Glenroek Oil 3?4
901 Guflcy Gillespie.. 31
1500 pulfport 1 1
iioo Home uu
200 Home Pet
K00 Hudson Oil
850O Hercules Oil
3200 Inter Petrol
600 Island Oil .......
300 Kay County Gas
:;ro Kini? Pet ,
3604 Livingston
1100 Manhattan Oil...
1500 Merritt O ex d.,
500 Metex Oil
1300 Motrop Pet
11(0 Mexico Oil
3KwMidwest Ref ...
lino No Am Oil
500 Ohio Hanger ...
lono Okmubree Oil ..
two Omar Oil
.00 Phllllnn Peta ...
mm Prndiiwra A Ref. 10
800 Red Rock Oil.... l'i
2000 Rlckartl Texas .. 114
1300 Ryan Oil 4
2500 Salt Creek Prod. E0
1100 Seaboard O A O. 6U
200 Scquoyan on....
12900 Simms Pet
15300 Simms Pet rtj..
10O Sinclair Cent....
lono Skelly Oil
304 Southern States.
1100 Spencer ret ....
000 Stanton Oil
1200 Superior Oil ....
1000 Tex Ken
3O0 Texas Ranger ...
100 Texas Co w 1..
300 Texas Pac Coal
100 Texon Oil
500 Trinity Oil
4500 United Tex Oil..
200 Victoria Oil new,
1200 Vulcan Oil
00 Way O & G
4000 Western States...
I70O White Oil
V Woodbum ,
1"00 Wyoming Con 1 40
MINING.
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Paris, Jan. 30. Tho weekly statement
of tho Bank of France showed the fol
lowing changes: Gold In hand Increased
285,000 francs, silver In hand decreased
1,148.562 francs, circulation decreased
9C.925.910 francs, treasury deposits ile-
' creased 3,874,186 francs, general dc-
.. 'posits Increased 126,624.125 francs, od
.. 'vances decreased 12,923,868 francs.-bills
discounted Increased 182.871,818 francs;
" ,. new advances to the State amounted to
Z s 100,000.000 francs.
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EARNING STATEMENTS.
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CHICAGO AND NORTHWESTERN.
,. JS,0!2.f,01
,. 945.845
,. 1,193,661
, 100.739.353
,. 17,053,050
.. 18,379,362
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1919
December gross 111,094.113
Denclt after tax 975.848
Net operallnr deficit 1.217.643
Twelve months gross.-.. ..139,589,915
Balance after tax 14.245,619
Net operating Income 12,678,750
ILLINOIS CENTRAL.
1919
December rro 39,752,374
Deficit after tax 410.302
Net operating deficit GO, CM
Twelvo months gross 107.886,815
Balance after tax 3,737,2-79
Net operating Income 4,191,796
NORTHERN PACIFIC.
1919
Deormbcr itoss
Balance after tax
Net operating Income.
Twelve months gross.
Balaneo after tax
Net operating Income.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE,
1919
December gross 36,400.231
Balance after tax 1,377,577
Net operating Income 1,515,497
Twelvo months gross. ... 3,M8,452
Balance after tax 7,623,992
Net operating Income 7,144,330
TEXAS AND PACIFIC.
1919
December gross
Balance after tax....,
Net operating income,
Twelve months gross,
Balance after tax ,
Net operating income
CHICAGO AND ALTON,
1919
Docember gross
Balance after tax
Net operating income...
Twelve months gross...
Balance after tax
Net operating deficit....
MINNEAPOLIS & ST. LOUIS.
1918
310,676,199
1.653,784
1.747,192
127.295.678
12,272.956
(12.441,437
, fl.613,747
, 529,643
314.460
, 36,212.433
, 4.844.8(0
3,603,456
, 12,383.103
113,624
34.901
, 2fi.272.314
977,162
, 230,243
191S
39,130,013
684.363
6S0.079
107.320.201
i;.0S3,O73
12,907,400
1918
310.006,393
2.749.354
2.862.235
102.9OS.269
24,886.628
28,209,373
1913
35,619.882
1.6(8.256
1.603.639
66,992.330
11,827,096
11,626,123
1918
J3.0M.035
404,030
282.932
27,294,833
4.301.252
3,707,267
1913
32,156,817
16,646
152.117
24,358,661
2,966,623
tl.7TT6.749
tnoo Alas-Br Col
100 Amer Honduras..,
100 American Mines...
40no Am Tin Tnni .,
100 Arizona Sliver..... 314
12C0 Atlanta t 24
49500 Belcher Divide. ,.t 23
I100O Belcher Ext t 23
110O Big Lwlge 1J
1700 Booth t 61,
37ft) Boston 4- Mont...t 74
1200 t'alcd Mining t 40
1600 Ctnsda Cop.
irm Candelarla Mln.
. 100 Con Virginia....,
1 Crescent McN...
400 Df Beers Mines.
400 Doloret Esper ..
11004 Divide Ext
00 Dundee Aril ....
100 El Salvador ....
000 Eureka Croesus..
I.w eureka Holly .
soo 43 -Mining
400 Gadsen Cop ...
300 Golden Gate ...
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000 Gold Kewana ...t 314
1000 Gold Merger ...,t 3
1600 Oold SII Pick....t 614
9504 Gold Zone t 34
1704 Hecla Mining . ., 444
1300 Jumbo Exten....t 7
1500 Keystone Utah .. Hi
3000 Knox Divide ,...t 14
1004 Louisiana Co .... 1,
10004 McKIn Dar t 63
8044 McNamara H
1004 Magma Chief .... S
(000 Marsh Mln ......t 23
44 Mich Cop 714
1400 Mother Lode ....t CO
104 Mother Lode new 574
1604 Murray Moirdg.f 75
504 National Tin .... 13
3!X Nipiising llli
KID North Star t 8
.104 Onondara 2'i
CCOOphlr Hllrer lti
3304 Rand Mine 404
1(44 Ray Hercules 114
4XX) Rex Cons t
10(0 Rochester Mln...t 19
7141 Roper Group .... li
"500 Silver K of Arlx..13-16
.WISIIv King Dir...t 7
10W) Stand Silr Lesd.. S
S054 Success Mln T 6
825 Tonop Belmont... 3
Tonop Chboy.,f 14
1500 Tonop Divide 274
1250 Tonop Ext 214
20WTonoo Jim B....t 26
4TG0 Tonop Midway. ,t 20
V0O Tonop Mln 3 9.16
!W) Tonop Res Eula.tlS
150) U S Continental..! Hit
122S United Eastern.. . 414
1644 Ullh Metall ...... 2
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Twelve months gross.
Deficit after tax
Net operating deficit..,
WHEELING &
December gross
Deficit after tax
Net operating deficit....
12 months gross:
Balance after tax
Net operating income..
1919.
...1 1.10U25
399.251
... 428,968
... 13,384,871
... 328,774
... 827,011
LAKE ERIE.
1919.
...J 957,643 I
13,382
64,101
... 12.60S.839
1,009,752
933,834
1913.
3 1,067,625
69,036
47.079
12,028.309
15,173
t23S,78J
1913.
I 951.455
110,523
89,537
13,692,172
1.633,66.1
1,018,583
TOLEDO, ST. LOUIS A WESTERN.
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12 months' gross
Balance after tax
Net Operating Income.
SOUTHERN
Dec. oner revenue,
Operating Income .
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1919. 1918.
....J 844.063 1 733,051
.... 146.093 191.409
.... 103.033 167.74il
.... 8,267,878 8,300,127
.... 1,007,801 1.607,620
.... 745.453 1,241,182
PACIFIC.
J 11.684,U4 Inc. 1 722.431
2,013,707 Inc. 979,573
. 169,728,932 Inc. 15,784.290
33,434.914 Inc. 307,844
SAN FRANCISCO.
I 7.194.72S Inc. 31.156.997
inc.
Inc.
Inc.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
EARNS $19J91,M0
December Report Has Fig
urea for Whole of 1919,
Hi a Rtaff Corrfiponilfnt of Tkk flt'X,
MdNTiiRAi,, Jan. 30, A more nmfked
illfferencii between ktobb anil net
earning" In rnllwuy operation Is hIiowii
by tho report of the Canadian I'd
clflo Hallway for 1018, mado nvnll
able tlinyigli (lis report for Decem
ber Just Issued, The kions earnings for
tho year worn 119,331,000 In excess of
1918, but that record was offset by In
creased operating charges of 120,900.713.
The net earnings for the year were T3J,-'
1133,0.10, ngalnst 134,502,387 for 1018.
Tho company will bn nblo to pay Its 7
I or rent, dividend us usual, tho report
showing 7,3 nvnllabla over nil tlxed
charges.
lis cnrnlnges for the pnsl five years
vero ;
Year. droit. N'.t
1919 1176,923,060 $32,913,014
1918 , 167,335, 864 14,803,317 !
1917 , 152,311, IS( 45H,0I8
191(1 131,731,617 60,476,499
1915 ; 10M97,24I 41,523,235 ,
The shareholders of the Orand Trunk ,
will meet In l.nn.lnn on Vilirimrv 1(1 to I
ratify the ugrecinent with the Govern
ment of Canada for tho purchase of tho
entire (Jrnnd Trunk, It Is stated here
Mint the agreement will ha ratified with
out doubt. Once Hint Is dona the entire
Orand Trtink fiyslem will bo operated In
cooperation with tho Canadian National
until arbitration bo complete and tho
property Is transferred. It Is stated that j
tlie committee) or llvo will be Howard o,
Kelloy, for tho Orund Trunk, J. K. Dal
rymple nnd M. Ilobb, nnd for tho Cana
dian National IJ, Jlungerford nnd W.
It. Hayes,
AiiiKlgMiuiiIrd Jiistltatluit IIn Cnp
llul of ino, (100,0(10 Mnrks,
UpeeM I'nMf IHwtcS to Tns firs.
t'opyrlohl, 1920, (ill r(Af rtunnl.
IiOWion, Jim, 30, A (lespntcli from
Helslnirforg gives dolalls of nn Impor
tant banking nipnlganiutlon In Klnlund,
A new bank will) a sluire capltul of
130,000,000 murks has been formal by a
merger of the Private Dunken and tint
Helslngforn Acliedbunk, Iwn, of tlio
largest blinks In Klnluuil,
Persistent rumors of a merger or
working agreement between the Vlckers
and the Jtolls-ltoyce cnmpaules lire
heard here. Denials nrs mado, but 4 Mo
'inmiolnl Tlmtt say "they am to b
tpken In u parliamentary sense," Tim
rumors have caused a lively speculation
In tho two shares on the Imdon market.
COURT CALENDARS )
WOOL MARKET,
LONDON STOCK MARKET.
IluslnrsN tn Most Drpnrtnirnts Is
on Itcdiu-ril Srnlr.
BpccM Catlt Dttpnin to Tur Hvs and tU
Public Motr,
Copyright, 1D20. all rltiMt rtitrvtil,
London. Jan. 30. Huslne?s In most
sections of tho house was on a reduced
scalo and there were few outstanding
features of Interest, Oils recovered after
the previous day's setback and thero
was again n fair amount of activity In
tho Industrials. French loans wero bet
ter marked on the steadier franc. Tho
demand for Argcntlno rails continued.
At the mining end of the house Char
tered nnd Broken Hill proprietary shares
were notably strong.
Conditions In the short loans market
showed no material change. Hates for
day to day money after opening nt 4
fell to 3W after midday and closed at
3. Tlie discount market passed a quiet
and uneventful day, rates remaining
steady at the previous day's level.
New York exchange fell to a new low
level, although business was on a smaller
scale. The rate closed a,t $3.50 4 against
3.634 on Thftrsdny. A further Improve
ment occurred In tho Uelglan franc, the
rato .closing at 45 francs 90 centimes.
French exchange also was Bteadler, clos
ing at 40.60. Marks, after falling nt
the outset, recovered to 300 a pound.
PRODUCE MARKET.
IlosTON', Jan, 30, The Commtrclnl
fiillrltn to-morrow will say I "The pust
week has not been altogether Inactive,
There has been a fair business dono In
fine and medium wools nnd prices are
fully firm for theso grades. Tho manu
facturing situation Is likewise ns strong
as ever, with prices very firm for yarns
ririd tops."
Ohio nnd I'ennsylvnnla fleeces: Do
Initio washed, 100?102; delaine, un
washed, 0204 i fine, unwashed, 70072:
blood combing 70J5,71 i U blood
combing, C706O, Michigan nnd Now
York fleeces i Fine, unwashed, 7fj7 08 ;
delaine, unwashed, 8790i "j Ijlood, un
washed, 80082: i .blood, unwashed, 68
069, Wisconsin, Missouri und nverngc
New Knglandi 'i blood. 720TB:
blood, 65007: y blood, 64005. Vir
ginia, Kentucky nnd similar: ',4 blood,
unwashed, '85086: blood, unwashed,
72073, Bcuured Dusls Texas: Fine,
12 months, 1900195: line, 8 months, 100
0170. California: Northern, 1900195:
mlddlo county, 1700175: southern, 150
iJMfiO. Oreiron! Eastern No. 1 staple,
1950200; eastern clothing, 1700175;,
valley No, l, 1750180. Territory: -ino
sinple, 1950206 ; Vi blood combing, 180
0186; blood combing, 13O0HO: fine
clothing, 170 0 175; lino medium clothing,
1600170. Pulled: Extra, 1900195; AA,
ISO019O; A supers, 1650175. Mohairs:
Jlest combings, 60005; best cardlngs,
55060.
S
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-4
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7 7-1
U S M
6 C
274 2'4 -1-H
4 4
2'i 2'. 14
2S 2 7-l MS
26 24 ..
19 19 ,.
24 2.1-16 M(
s a ..
94 94 -H
4 4 ..
ill 214 ..
39i 117 I
8,739,521 I
3,605,950 ,
1,133.547
78,552,125
15,407,833
BURLINGTON.
Dec. oper revenue.. 12,729.342 Inc.
Operating income .. 896,113 Dec.
12 mos. oper rev.... 154,011,433 Inc.
Operating Income ... 27,712.341 Inc.
OltEOON SHORT LINE.
Dec. oper. revenue.... 33,160.988 Inc.
Operating income 718,692 Inc.
12 mos. oper. revenue. 38,260,(84 Inc.
Operating Income .... 10,983,187 Inc.
BIG POUK.
Dec. oper. revenue.. . 37.134,277 Inc.
Oper. Income (44,576 Dec.
13 mos. oper, revenne.733,8M,456 Inc.
Operating Income 14,1(3,644 Dec.
INTERUOKOnOII IUPID TRANSIT.
1919. 1918. Cnanzes.
Dec gross.... 34,663.21!.) 33,782.224 Inc. 3886.044
Net aft. tar. i.csj.jw i,zii,kh inc.
Totl. Income. 1,617,744 1,284,777 Inc.
Detaftchgit 23.170 2S4,04 Dec.
6 mos. gross 24.200.S6 19.953.159 Inc.
Net aft. tax. 7.727.483 6. 945, (14 Inc.
Total income 7.W9.419 t.248,733 Inc.
Defaftchrst 1,920,366 2,491,133 Dec.
I 89.983
1,167,143
9,838.663
1.135,144
3114,126
13.1.ZSI
4,123,726 ,
493.067
33.861 !
631,300
2.452.4S6
1,796,347
368.823
352,971
3)2,433
4.247,067
1.782,055
1,754.(86
570,763
Denclt. t Income, t Exclusive of accruals
under provisions of contract No. 3 and related
certificates wMch under these agreements with
the city are payable from future Timings.
Dueno. Aires Grnln Market.
BUENOS AIRES, Jan. 34,-CIosing grain
riet
Close. Chje.
prices:
WHEAT Tone quiet.
February
Marcb
CORN-lulet.
February
Mar
FLAXSEED Firm.
February
March
OAT9
February n
160H
160i
(9
74i
264
260
13.9?
13.93
C.U
(.83
24.(4
23.85
.01
.03
.02
474 1.03 .10
IIKANS AND PEAS Beans, marrow.
1319, choice, 100 lbs., lt.7513: 1918, 111
(til. 25; .Mnnchurlan, 111,50: coscorronea,
Chilean. 17; pea. choice. 1919. I7.76tf8;
1918. $7.50; medium, 1919, choice, S7,75ff
8; Lady Washington, California, 17.(0
7.76; small white, California. 17.73: large
white. Idaho. J7.75; Montana, 88; tepary,
California. 35ft 5.75; kotenn-hl, Japanese or
Korean. 36.7317; red kidney, choice, 191S,
114.76; 1918, 313; red marrow. 1919. 112.75
fl.1; klnlokl. Alanchurlan. 1585.50; yel
low eye, 1919. 38.73W9; black turtle soup,
1919. 112; white kldnev. 1919, I15.50(?16;
kumamoto, Manchurl.m. 38; caballero,
Chilean. 1918, 37: bayou, Chilean. 1606.25;
cranberry. JInnchurlan, loni. 87.7S; short.
35.25if5.50; California. 1118, 37.75; pink.
California. 1919, 38.IOWS.50; 191S. 17.40;
lima, California, 114.50; Madagascar, 190
10.25. Pens. Scotch, S6.25ff6'.50: green, do
mestic, 6.25; Japanese, 17.6007,60; black
eye. California, 1919, 1808.25; splits, yel
low, 87.257.73; green. 9.25ig9.50; white,
small, Manchurlan, 35.75 .6; large, 37 O
7.23.
BUTTER Creamery, higher than ex
traa. lb., 034 C04c; extras, 03 score, (!3c:
firsts. 00 to 01 score, 004 802c; firsts, H8
to 89 score, rS4GOc.; seconds, 83 to 87
score, 0.1 058c.; lower grade, 525f54c;
held, higher than extras, (124913c; ex
tras, (11802c; nrsts, .'.7 4 8 00c; seconds,
MR 37c: unsalted. higher than extras.
(!(14807c; extras, 0.10011c: nrats, (10
034c; seconds, SOe.lOc; State dairy, tubs,
finest, 01 ease: good to prime. BSKfOOc:
common to fair, 48f.17c; renovated, ex
tras, 378574c; firsts. .ISQifiOc: Imitation
creamery, flrats, 43.10c; ladles, current
make, flrsta, 40847c; seconds. 434 844c;
lower grades. 41843c; packing stock, cur
rent make. No. 1, 43c; No. 2, 420.; lower
grades, 3941c.
CHEESE State, heid Bats, specials, 314
832c; average run. 30831c; lower grades,
20829c; twins, held, specials, whites, 30
831c; colored, .H8314c: average run,
white, 20ffi20 4c: colored, 30 8 304c:
lower grades, 20 28c: current make. 20
8.10c; Wisconsin, wholoVmllk. twins, 28
304c: single daisies, fresh, 314S2c:
held, 314832c; double-daisies, fresh, SI
314c; held. 314 8 32c; Young Americas,
fresh, 338 33 4c: State skims, fresh, spe
cials, 20c; prime to choice. 16818c; fair
to good, 148inc; lower grades, 7813c.
nnESSKT) BEEF Ribs, No. 1. 32c: No
2. 26c.; No. .1. 20c. Loins. No. 1, 3c:
Li' iU30-! No- 3- 2,e- Rounds. No. 1,
No;.2'18c-l No- 17c. Chucks. No.
1. I.e.; No. 2 144c; No. 3,, 124c. riates,
No. 1, I2c: No. 2. 10c; No. J, 7c.
TEA OS Fresh gathered, extras, doz., 66
86, c; extra firsts, 6465c; firsts. 608
68c: seconds and poorer. 65860c: ro
frlgorator. firsts, charges paid, 62853c:
sjednds, 46861c; under grades, 30845c:
checks, 32835c; State, Pennsylvania, and
nearby, Western, hennery whites, extras,
73 8 75c: firsts to extra firsts, 67072c:
gathered whites, firsts to extra firsts
67872c; Western whites, under grades.
64866c; pullets, (3865c; Pacific coast,
whites, express, extra firsts to extras,
70875c: firsts, 66866c; pullets. Peta
luma, 6365c; other sections, 6086fc!
other Western and Southern, (rathered
whiles, 63 870c; State, Pennsylvania, and
nearby, hennery browns, extras, 68 69c:
smtherert brown nnd mixed colors, extras,
668'-7c: firsts to extra firsts, (2865c
POTATOES Bermuda, No. 1, bbl., JM
813.50; No. 2, 310811; No. 3, 3709;
Maine, 104 lbs., 3484.50; 180 lbs.. 378
8.50; ICi lbs., 3787.75; State, 100 lbs.,
33.7584.50; 180 lbs., 3788.25; 163 lbs..
36.5087.50; Long Island. 180 lbs., 37.50
89; 165 lbs., 3788.50. .SWrjETS Jersey.
No. 1, bsk., 3282.75: Delaware and Mary,
land. No. 1, bsk., 31.7382.23. YAMS
Southern, bbl., 3386.
POULTRY. DRES.SEI) TURKEYS
Western, spring, lb.. 46853c; Texas, Ken
tucky and Tennessee, lb., 44830c: West
ern, old hens, 46849c: old toms, 44845c.
CHICKENS Fresh killed, dry packed, box,
Western, milk fed. 38847c: corn fed. 348
45c; bbls.. dry packed, milk fed, 328Uc;
corn fed, 31839c; scalded. 30834c; Phila
delphia, 4248c. FOWLS Fresh, dry
pacxea, dox. western, mine leu, 23 a 39c. ;
corn fed. 280384c; dry packed, bbls..
Western, 23838c; Western, scalded, 298
33c; old cocks. Western, dry packed, boxes
or bbls.. 268264cf scalded. 26c. CAPONS
Nearby, 52862c; Western, 48866c.
DUCKS Long Island, frozen, 41c.; West
ern, 4 lbs. and over, 39C.7 under 4 lbs.
each. 35i"36c; poor to fair, 30832c
GEESE Wisconsin, fattened, 36837c;
Western. 28830c! poor to fair, 2325c
SQUAHS Large, white. 8810 lbs. doz.. 313
814: 687 lbs., 3689; dark, 34,5086; culls,
32.6083.
POULTRY. LIVE SPRING CHICKENS
Via freight, 33c; express, 3235c.
FOWLS Fancy, heavy, freight, -43c; av
erage, heavy, freight, 43c: colored, heavy,
express, 43844c: light to medium. 408
42c: White Leghorn. 33840c. OLD
ROOSTERS Freight. 24c. TURKEYS
Freight, 40c DUCKS Freight, 40c: ex
press. 39842c. GEESE Freight, 36837c.
PIOEONS Per freight or express, 53 63c.
OUINEAS Pair, f0860c.
PROVISIONS Porlc quiet; mess. 3440
45: family, 352853: short clear. 343860.
Beef quiet; mess. 316813: family, 3228
24: packet, 317819; extra India mess, 343
43. Hogs steady: bacons. 22ic; 140
lbs.. 234c; pigs. 234c. Bellies steady:
pickled, clear, 10-13 lbs., 26c; dry salted,
clear. 18-20 lbs.. 22Vic. Oreaaes barely
steady; yellow, 13013c: choice house,
138134c. Pickled haras steady: regular,
10-13 lbs., 24ic; skinned, 18824 lbs.,
214c Tallow barely steady; city special,
loose. 16)ic Lard steady, middle West,
23$33.10; city lard steady, quoted 234 8
234c; refined lard quiet. Continent, 326.(0;
South America. 326.75: Brazil, kegs. 327.75;
compound dull, quoted 35 8 26 4c Stearins
dull: city lard, atearlne, 31c; oleo, 214
C33c.
BABBITS Middle Western, cottontail,
pair, 40045c; fair Western, pair. 108 35c;
frozen, pair, 20830c; Jack rabbits, frozen,
pair, 23 4? 40c.
Mnnrlirstrr Cloth -llnrUrt,
MANCitKflTKit, Jnn. 30. Cloths firm;
yarns, business moderate.
Nrrk I'ernvUu Oil Concession.
Lima, Peru, Jn. 30. An application
for a concession to n 12,000,'000 acre
petroleum tract on the Hunllaga and
Ucayall rivers, made by V. II. Solalnl on
behalf of Kir Frank Ncwncs and n group
of Hrltlsn capitalists, has been approved
by President Leguln. Tho concession
which would run for five years, will soon
be brought before the Peruvian Congress.
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
P.EEVHS Receipts 1,630 head; 14 cars
or. sale. Steers dull and barely steady:
medium and fat rows and all grades of
bulls 25c. 1'iwor; common bologna cows
steady. The yards wero not .quite
cleared. Medium to good steers sold at
811.50B1S.85 per 100 lbs.; no choice or
prime, do.; otdlnary to choice bulls, 89.25
411.25; common to choice cows, 31.608
10.50. Dressed beef slow nt lS)23c. .per
lb. for native sides; a little extra beef
"'.Sale's Newton & Co.; 22 Pennsylvania
stccrr, 1,151 lbs. average, 113; 7, (!.
111.60; 20 Virginia, i,u:i, n:; i '"in,
1,190. $11; 2 cows. 800, $6. 8. Sanders:
I 19 Pennsylvania steers. 1,352, 313.75: 1
bull. 1,280, 311: 2. 1.(60. $10: 2, 1.1(5.
' 89.50; 12. 1.039. $9.(0; 11 cows. 1,193.
I 310. 2, 1,135, $7.75; 11, 1,006, $7.10; 7,
. 1,001, $7; 4, 1,193, $6.50; 4. 1,015, $6.23;
10, 885, $5.10: 9, 939, $5.35. Tobln &
Shannon: 21 Canada sieers, 1,134. 311.60:
j 3 bulls, 1,043, $9.25; 4 cows, $1.60810.
I McPherson & Co.: 1 bull. 1,520. $11.25;
6. 1,106, $9.75; 4, 918. $9.65; 28 cows.
11,165, $10.50: 2, 865, $9.50: 3, 1,107, 39.23;
1 6. 860. $9: 19, 1,000. $8; 6, 1,002. $7.25;
7, t98. $6.60; 3, 910,- $6. '5; 6, 880. $6;
58, 918, $5.60. Kerns Commission Com
pany: 5 bulls, 1.140, $9.60,
CALVES Receipts, 1,480 head; 1,070 on
sale. Good to prime veals, steady: others,
easier; Westerns again lower, making a
decline of $3 per 100 lbs. In two days.
About everything went to the scales. Or
dinary to prime veals sold at $24825 per
100 lbs.; culls, $15818.50; little calves.
$155718; Westerns, $8.50611. City dressed
eals weak at 28S.37C per lb., country
dressed do., 2i833c.i country dressed hind
saddles (skins on). 41845c; skins off, 30
T.1(c.
Sales S. Sanders: 47 veals. 123 lb. av
erage, 325; 4. 127, 824; 4. 115. $20; 47 little
calves, 88, lis; mixeu, a cum.
90. $13. Kerns Commission Co.:- 41 veal I
153, $25; 19, 121, $24: 13, 124. $23; 2 cu!14
95, $18; 10, 82, $16.60. Tobln & Shannon:
11 eals, 112, $24: 13. 107. $23; 2, 85, $20:
3D Utile calves, m, tis, . juuu u i.u.i id
veils, 133, $23: 14 culls, 73, $18; 119 West
erns. 321, $10.25; 62, 299, $8.54. Mcrher
son A Co.: 16 veals, 138, 325 ; 11, 100. $20;
3 culls. 73. $16. Newton & Co.: 157 veals,
123, 323: 9, 98, $20; 6 culls, 98, $18.50.
SI1EKP AND IAMBS Receipts, 1,850
head; 3 cars on sale. Market steady. No
prime stock offered. Common to fair sheep
sold at $8.50811 per 100 lbs.; culls, $6:
common to fair lambs, $18820.50. Dressed
mutton unchanged at 16821c. per lb.;
dressed lambs slow at 31836c; country
dressed hothouse lambs, 38816 per carcass.
Sales Kerns Commission Co.: 339 Ohio
lambs, (6 lbs. average, $20; 250, 68. $19.30:
3, 127, $18. Newton i-Co.: 41 Pennsyl
vania lambs. 93, $20; 5, 62. $19: 2 year
lings, 110. $15; i. 76. $14: 13 sheep. 110,
$10: 5, 120, $9. S. Sanders: 36 Pennsyl
vania lambs, 80. $20.50; 3 yearlings, 120,
$14; 7 sheep, 126, $8.50. Tobln & Shan
lion! 7 State lambs, 74, $20,
HOGS Receipts, 5,810 head; 2 cars on
sale. Market generally steady at $16.75
tor prime light to medium weights, 100 to
200 lbs. average; heavy hogs over 200 lbs.
and pigs under 100 lbs.,. $168'16.25: roughs,
$13.25813.50. Country dressed pork un
changed. Rales Newton A Co.: 63 Pennsylvania
hogs. 141 lbs. average, $16.75; 138, 106,
$16.25. S. Judd & Co.: 22 Statn hogs,
150, $16.76. Kerns Commission Co.: 23
Stato hogs, 133, $16.75; 2, 305, lti 7 pigs,
86. $16,25; 2 roughs, 340, $13.50. McPher
son & Co.: 18 State pigs, 73, 316. Tobln
& Shannon: 8 State hogs, 117, 316.75.
Live Stack Market in Other Cities.
KANSAS CITY. Jnn. 30. Hogs Re
ceipts, 3,009: higher. Bulk, . $14.75815;
heavies. $14.70815; mediums. $14,758
15.16; lights. $14,65813.10; packing sows,
$13.60814.25; pigs, $13.50816.(5.
Cattle Receipts: 2,300'; weak. Heavy
beef steers, choice nnd prime, $15,258
16.50; medium and good, $11 25815.25;
common, $10.50811.25; light, good and
choice, $11816; common and medium,
$8.23 811; butcher cattle, heifers, $78
13.25; cows, $6.75812.50: canners and cut
ters, $5,2T87: cows, $6,75812.30; canners
and cutters. $5.25jJ7: veal calves, $14817;
feeder steers, $8.25813; stocker steers.
$6.30810.90.
Sheep Receipts, 500; nominally steady.
Lambs, $18821; culls and common, $12.50
iff 11.75! vearllnar wethers. $13.25818: owes.
310.65813: culls and common, 35.238
10.35; breeding ewes, $8814.50; feeder
lambs, $15,25818.25.
CHICAGO, Jan. 30. Hogs Receipts. 28,
000; estimated to-morrow, 8,000; weak,
mostly 10c. lower. Bulk. $15815.25; top.
$15.50; heavy, $14.75813.15; medium, $158
15.25: light. $15.10815.35; light lights.
$14.7S816.-5; heavy packing sons, smooth,
$14814.40; packing suws, rough, $13,758
14: pigs, $13.75814.75.
Cattle Receipts. 84OOO;' estimate to-morrow,
2,CTtl; steady. Beef steers, medium
and heavyweight, choice and prime, $15.50
817.25; medium nnd good, $11.50815.50;
common, $9.60811.50. Lightweight, good
and choice. $13816.25; common and me
dium. 39813. Butcher cattle: Heifers.
18.75ffl3.60; cows, $6.75812.35; canners
and cutters. $3.(386.75; 'veal calves. $13
19.60; feeder steers. $8812.25; stocker
steers. $7.25810.83.
.sheep Receipts, 8,000; estimated to
morrow, 3,000: steady. Lambs, 84 pounds
down. $19821.65; culls and common, $168
18.75. Ewes, medium, good and choice,
$10.75813.50; culls and common, $7810.50.
EAST ST. LOUIS, Jan. 30. Hogs Re
ceipts, 13.500; weak, unevenly, 25 to 30c.
lower. Top. $15.80 (early sales); bulk,
315.10816.30! heavy, $13-813.25; medium,
$15815.30; light. $16.15815.33; light light,
$14.75815.25; heavy packing sows, smooth,
313.75814: packing sows, rough. 813.238
13.75; pigs. $12816. Cattle Receipts,
2.000 ; steady,' Beet steers, medium and
heavy weights, choice and prime. $14,758
16; medium and good. $11814.50; common,
$9810.76: light weight, good and choice,
$11.50816.23; common and medium, $8.23
812.33; butcher cattle, heifers, $7,758
1(50: cows, $7.73 if 1 1.50: canners and cut
ters, $607.50; veal calves, light and handv
weight, $13819.50; feeder ateers. $8,508
12; stocker ateers. $710.J0, Sheep Re
ceipts. 800; steady to strong. Lambs, 34
pounds down, $17.75821.23; culls and com
mon. $13017,23; yearling wethers. 314.30
819.50; ewes, medium and oholce, P. SO
13.23, culls and cotrn.on, $$89.
UNITED STATUS fll PIIEMi: COURT,
fiptclnl Ditpattlito Tin Hun.
WASHINGTON, Jsn, SO. Present! Th
Hiltf Justice, Justices MoKenna, Holm".
lltv V,n,lai,,nl.r UHn! UrundStS. MC
Reynolds and Clarke,
i'9l, C, 0. Calhoun, petitioner, vs. Bland
Massls, Advanced to be heard with esse
No, I6tnn motion of Charles P, Consaul for
lh petitioner, , . ,
li to Si. Wirt Wlnton, administrator,
Ac. and others, appellants, vs, Jack Ames
and others, known as th Miss, Choptaws.
Assigned for April 12, 1930, on motion of
W. W, Hrolt for ths uppellsnts,
JI5, Ths Hlslo of Missouri at the relation
of the city of Hedello, plaintiff In V1
ths Public Service Commission of Ml".""'1
Ao. Submitted by John P. Lindsay for no
defendant In error, No brief filed for Wis
plaintiff In error, ,
, 116, Everglades Drainage Compsny ft at,,
appellants, V, Nanolenu IJ. 1JJ" war' DrxV,"
age District et a I. Appeul from the Dis
trict Court of ths tin Ued States for the
Houthern District of Florida, p!;mUijil
with costs on motion of counsel for tho
appellants, . , .... .
318. Tho city of Fulton, plaintiff In error,
vs, Publlo Service Commission of Missouri,
Ac, Submitted by Eugene C. 1 llrokmeysr
and John II. Baker for the plaintiff In er
ror and by John D, Lindsay for the de
fendant In rror, , ,
322, W. V. Ham et at., plalntlns In
error, vs. Missouri fitato Llfo Insurance
Company, Passed per stipulation,
233. Jose Lopei Garcia, sppellsnt, vs.
Orvall P, Townsond, commanding officer
Camp Las Cosas. Appeal i from the Dis
trict Court of the United States for Porto
Rico, Dismissed with costs on motion or
counsel for tho appellant, .,.,,.,,
205. Ralph II. Cameron et nl, appellants,
vs. the United States of America. Argu
ment concluded hy Assistant Attornej
General Nebeker for tho appellee.
200, Frank II. Chesbrough. plaintiff In
error vs. Mary L. Ilotchkljs et u . Argued
bv Thomis a! E. Weadoclt for the Plain
tiff In error and by Edward 8. Clark for
tho defendants In error, . ,,
208, Illawa ltlvor Power Com pan),
plaintiff In error, vs. Carolhia-Tennessee
Power Company. Argued by I-ugene II.
Hack for the plaintiff In error and by Ju
llus O. Martin for tho defendant In error.
212. Ash Sheep Company, appellant, M.
the United Slates: and
28b. ASH mirep i,u,iuj , - --;
ror, vs. the United States. Argued by C.
1 1 Nolan for tho appellant and plaintiff In
error and by As. slant AttorneyGcnoral
Nebekor tor the sppelleo nnd defendant In
error. ,
NEW YORK COUNTY,
Supreme) Court.
A PPM LATE DtVIBrON Recess. . , ,
HFIVH i TtERI -i'ART Il.-Ilefore Finch. J.
"court op?ns at 14:30 A. M. Hi Prle ...at
tcrii at 10134 A. 51.
Surrogates' Court.
rilAMItnRS-Ilefore Folry, 8. At 14:30 A. M.
"Ill for prob.teharlotte I). Wielow.
City Court.
cmrrrjT TRRM-PART II. Before Wcndel,
l! Conrtpeni at 10 A. M. Ex parte mat
tcrs at 10:30 A. M.
REFEREES APPOINTED,
Supreme Court;
Ily Justice Finch-KuoppsKnapp-Maiwell
Rubin.
Ily Justice Platzek- t..
Wolf lOlttnger-S.niufl StrSjbourcer.
Robinson: RooseveltJohn 1, Conway.
llv Justice Oreenbsum
MrConthe Rsu-Rslph H. Rspbael.
Py Justice Pendleton
Ilwfller sltackle-Phoenlx Ingrnnam.
Br Justice DstIs
niiLopiBlshop-Willlsm St. Rcabury.
RECEIVER APPOINTED.
Supreme Court.
By Justice Pendleton- ,
John Iiocrtler-CliarleH H. Rsrkle-Jacob Poncl.
BRONX COUNTY.
Supreme Court.
SPFCIAL TERJI-llefore Sfullnn, J. Court
opens at 14 A. SI. Ex l-arle matters.
Surrogate's Court.
CHOIRERS-Before Schulz, S. Court opens
at 10 A. M Ft. psrle insttcrz.
County Court.
ClIASfBERS-Before filbbs, J. Court opens at
14 A. St. Ex parte matters.
KINGS COUNTY.
Supreme Court.
No Special or Trial Term cslciulsrs for
Saturday, January 31, 1921.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT.
Eastern District of New York.
Chstneld. J.-Court opens In Room 323. Post
Ofllee Itiilldlnc, llrookl)n, at 10:30 s. 31.
United States iC.eorgc SldnHc, Carl Hsnien and
1 Inrlte
United State :Jolm Sfhllrtlg.
(larvln, J.-Court or'" ' Room 13, Post
()l!lro llulldlnc. nroolilyn, t 10:30 A. SI.
United States :Lnuls Cabaud (for sentence).
APPELLATE COURT DECISIONS.
List Is Handed JJovrii liy First De
partment. The Appellate Division of tho Su
premo Court. First Department, an
nounced the following decisions yes
terday: Olof Johnson, respondent, vs. Otis Ele
vator Co., appellant. Judgment nnd order
affirmed with costs. No opinion. Order
Trie iBeekman Estate, appellant, vs. Mary
C. Foster et al.. respondents. Judgment
modified ns directed In order and as so
modified affirmed with costs to respondents.
No opinion. Order filed.
Herman Epstein as executor, Ac, appel
lant, vs. Samuel Rosenthal, respondent.
Judgment and oplcr affirmed with costs.
No oplnl6n. Order filed.
The People, Ac, respondent, vs. Ellas
Bier, appellant Jjdgment affirmed. Jo
opinion. Order filed.
.Meyer Herman, appellant, vs. Sllchael
Josephson, respondent. Judgment and or
der affirmed with costs. No opinion. Or
der filed, ,
David Bernstein, ns trustee in bank
ruptcy, Ac, appellant, vs. Harrison IS.
Vfdder. respondent. Judgment affirmed
with costs. No opinion. (Smith, J.. dis
senting.) Order filed.
Same, appellant, vs. Westport Bank &
Trust Co., respondent. Judgment affirmed
with costs. No opinion. Order filed.
W. H. SIcElwaln Co., respbndont. vs.
Lulgl Prlmavera. appellant. Determina
tion affirmed with costs. No opinion. Or
der filed. Slotlon for leave to appeal to
Court of Appeals granted.
In tin matter of Henry T. Woshbourne.
deceased. Order affirmed with $10 costs
and disbursements. No opinion. (Page,
J., being constrained to vote for reversal,
cn the authority of matter of 1atson, 226
N. Y. 384. page 1.) Order filed.
Hacienda el. Potrero, Inc.. respondent,,
vs. Mexico City Banking Co., S. A., appel
lant. Order affirmed with $10 costs and
disbursements. No opinion. Order-filed.
Jacob Jacobson, respondent, vs. Dora
Brody, Impleaded, Ac, appellant. Judg
ment and 'order affirmed with costs. No
opinion. Order fll?d.
In the matter of Herbert S. Slsson. as
State Commissioner. Ac, re Liquor Tax Cer
(Iflcale No. 2739. held by Dicdrlch Meyer.
Orer affirmed with costs. No opinion. Or-
riamon J. Boera et nl., appellsnts, vs. Cyp.
Fabre A Cle, respondent. Judgment and or
der affirmed with costs. No opinion. Order
filed. . ,
Atlantic Sales Compsfly. respondent, vs.
Eastern Shore Shipbuilding Corporation, sip
pcllant. Judgment and order affirmed wjtn
costs. No opinion. Order filed.
Bin! S Coler, Commissioner, Ac, on com
plaint of Marcella Kowallssey, respondent, vs.
Dr. Ignatius Reina, appellant. Judgment af
firmed. No opinion. Order filed.
Ellss Lieban. respondent, vs. Drake's Res
taurant, Inc. appellant. Order affirmed with
110 rosts and disbursements, with leave to
defendant to withdraw demurrer and to an
swer on payment of said costs and (he costs
provided fcr in the order appealed from. No
opinion. (Page. J., dlssentlnr on the ground
that. In his opinion, the complaint attempts
to state a cause of action for false Impris
onment with a cause of action for slander.)
Order filed. ...
Bank of Washington Heights, respondent,
vs. United States Fidelity and Guaranty Com
psny, appellant. Judgment and order af
firmed with costs. No opinion. Order filed.
Sllchael J. Keenan. respondent, vs. Louis
Baltersnky. impleaded, Ac, appellant. Judg
ment and order affirmed with costs. o
opinion. Order filed. ,
Daniel Kaufman, appellant, vs. Nathan J.
Sillier et al.. respondents. Judgment sna
order affirmed with costs. No opinion. Or
der filed. M . , ,
The People. Ac. respondent.' vs. Edward L,
Cantrall, appellai... Judgment affirmed. No
opinion. Order filed.
SIsry Keck, appellant, vs. Anna Dressel
et al. respondents. Judgment affirmed with,
costs." No opinion. Order filed.
Orvllle E. Babcock-et al., appellants, vs.
Natlonsl Surety Company, respondent. Judr
ment affirmed with costs. No opinion. Order
Walter A. Schott. respondent, vs. William
J. Baxter et al., appellsnts. Judgment onrj
order1 affirmed with costs. No opinion. Or
der filed. , . ,,.
Walter A. Schott. respondent, vs. William
J. Baxter et al.. appellants. Order afTlrmed
with $14 cots and disbursements. No opinion.
Order filed. . , .
The L. llurhman Company. Inc., respondent,
vs. The Northern' Feather Works A Produce
Co.. Inc., appellant. Judffnent and onler af
firmed with costs. No opinion. Order filed.
Chrjssanth Koutsourakls. appellant, vs.
ir-i jL fn rtfannnHent. Jndzment &TV1
order affirmed with costs. No opinion. Or-
In the 'matter of Slartia A. Gaines, appel
lant, t, Frank DeK, Hnjler as president, Ac.
et al respondents, Order affirmed with $10
roils and disbursements. No opinion. Order
filed, . ,
Iinl Elertrlo Co,, respondent, vi, liarlier
Asiilialt Pavlnr Co.. snnellsnt. Order affirmed
Willi $14 costs and disbursements. No opin
ion, Order filed,
Ilsrid Hdi I IT, sppellsnt, rt, 183 Rrondwsr
Corporation et al respondent, Order sf
llrinM -with $10 costs awl disbursements. No
opinion, Order filed.
Partola Manufacturing Co,, sppellsnt, vs,
Congress Warehouse A Forwarding Corpora.
Hon, respondent. Order nfflrtned Willi $10
costs and disbursements, No opinion, Order
filed,
Msbel A. J.iidlsm, nppellsnt, ts, Henry A.
Ludlam et sl Wslirr R, Hrrrlclc, guardian
ad litem, respondent. Order affirmed wit"
costs and disbursements. No opinion, Order
filed, .
Clsra 1!. SfcSlahonlndltldiisl and ni execu
(rl. Ac. snnelant. vs. the Bseknisii estate.
respondent, Order affirmed with $10 costs and
dHmrsoinents, No op'nlnn. Order filed,
Henry Wollman et Rl respondents, vs, New
ark Ktar Publishing Company, appellant.
Order rrrersed with $10 roils snd disburse
ments and motion grnnted with $10 costs,
Opinion per curiam, Order filed,
Wllllnm Aredon, -espondent, vs. Gem Dress
Home. Inc., appelant, Order affirmed with
$10 costs snd disbursements. No opinion.
Order Hied,
'Ilin C, Hplro Slsntifncturlng Company, sppel.
snt, vs. Ilurn" Urns Manufacturing Compsny,
respondent, Order affirmed with $10 costs
und disbursements, No opinion, Onler fllod.
Amerlcsn .Lesgtie Baseball Club of New
York, Inc , respondent v. Ilyrnn B, Jo'insmi,
Individuals nnd as president, Ac, et nl., ap
pellants. Order sfflrmed without costs with
leave to defendants 'to move to vacnto tem
porary Injunction If onso be not promptly
brought to Itlal, Opinion per curiam, Order
filed.
Ellen SfcOreevy, respondent, vs. William
E, Siorroll, Inc.. appellant. Onler affirmed
with $10 cost and disbursements. No opin
ion, Order filed.
John A. StcGreevr. respondent, vs. same,
ntipellsnt. Ordor affirmed with tin onstu uml
disbursements. No opinion, Order filed.
George C. Welner. respondent, vs. seme,
nppollnnt, Onler affirmed with 810 costs
and disbursements. No opinion, Onler fllel,
Marie L. Kern, respondent, vs, Stassarhu
setts Bonding A Ins, Co., appellant. Order
arflnnml with $10 costs and aisuursements.
No opinion. Order filed,
Christina H. Behrens, , respondent, vs.
Walker D. Illnes as Director General of
Railroads, nppeilant. Order affirmed with
flO costs and disbursements. No opinion.
Onler filed.
Honry It. Bernard, respondent, vs. Golden
Gate Manufacturing Co., appellant. Order
affirmed with $10 costs and disbursements.
No opinion. Onler filed.
Frank K. Sturgls et al appellants, vs.
Louis SI. Knrdoi. et al., respondents. Order
roversed with $10 costs and disbursements
and motion denied with $10 costs. No opin
ion. Order fllod.
Ansel S. Leo, respondent, vs, Carl von
Pustau. appellant. Onler affirmed with $10
costs and disbursements. No opinion. Order
'"ed. . ... ,
KuwsM Slayer vs. Fran.t Ilnlbauer. Slotlon
to dismiss appeal denied without in-eudlce
to renewal as stated In order. Onler filed.
Elnn Fink, on Infant, vs. N, V. Railways
Co. Slotlon to dismiss nppe.il granted with
310 costs unless anuollant comply with terms
I'stated In onler, Ordo- filed.
Samuel unit vs. same. Motion to dis
miss appeal granted with $10 nts unless
appellant comply with terms stated In order.
Order filed.
Lester SI. Friedman vs. Stephen A. Stach
einskl. Slotlon to dismiss appeal granted with
$10 costs unless appellant comply with terms
stated In order. Order filed.
The People, Ac, vs. Emmanuel Teclt. Sto
linn to illmlss appeal granted. Order filed
The People. Ac, vs. Sllchael Bhcrmnn. Slo
tlon to dismiss appo.il granted. Order lllett.
Firemen's Fund Insurance Co. vs. Paul
Stuppel, Inc. Application denied witn iiu
costs. Onler signed.
LawreiK-o K. Hoffman vs. tho Western
Union Telegraph Co. Application denied with
$in cots. Onler signed.
Panjgiotls Contonls vs. North Atlantic In
surance Co. Same vs. Jelfcrkon Insurance
Co. Same vs. Liberty Siarlno Insurance Co.
Application denied with $10 costs. Order
iilKned.
Willlom Slciel vs. Spear 74 Co. Applica
tion granted. Onler signed. Slotlon for stay
gianted. Settle order on notice.
,Im F. Splegelhers- et al. vs. Idel M.
Wulf et nl. Application denied with $10
cots. Order signed.
Sillier A Sons Co. vs. E, SI. Sergeant Co.
Application granted. Onler signed.
John S, Slolcher vs. Rexnicro Realty Co.
Applli ".Ion dental with $10 costs. Order
slgne '
Louis Rubin vs. Insurance Co. of North
America. Application denied with $10 costs.
Order signed. ,
John C. Ilolardl vs. Slanlen. Orth A Hast
ings Corporation. Application denied with
$10 cot. Order signed.
Adelaide E. O'SIeara vs. Nicholas Betleman
at al. Slotlon denied with $10 costs. Order
"led. , t,
The Commercial Trut Co. vs. Columbia
Trust Co. Slotlon denied with $10 coits.
Onler filed.
People ex rel. William Sf. Hoes as ad
ministrator. Ac, vs. Lawson Purd et nl.
as Commissioners, Ac Motion denied with
$10 costs. Order filed.
Matter of Corporation Counsel ro Old
Klngsbrldge road. Slotlon denied with
$14 costs. Order filed.
Champion Coated Paper Company vs.
Carey Printing Company. Inc., Slotlon
denied with $14 costs Order filed.
Sara E. Teeht vs. Eliiabeth Hughes, Im
pleaded, 74c Slotlon granted; question certi
fied. Order filed.
John Sheehan vs. Charles W. Cavnnagh.
Slotlon denied with $14 costs. Order filed.
Carl Vletor et al. vs. Reliance Slan
ufacturlng Company. Slotlon denied with
$10 costs. Order filed.
Archie Karpf vs. Joseph Wlldmm. Slo
tlon granted. Settle order on notice.
Lawrence K. Hoffman vs. Tho Western
Union Telegraph Company. Motion denied
with $10 costs. Order Hied.
Abraham Pollack vs. Vincent J Farley.
Motion denied with $10 coats. Order filed.
To Holders of Ths Oraton A Jtnlsbt Man.
ufaeturlng company Haven Per Cent
Herlsl Oold Notss. Series II and O,
dated August 1, 11181 .
Notice la hsrtby given that all out
standing Seven Per Csnt. Hsrlal Oold
Notts, Merlrs II snd O, dated August I,
1118, of Ths (Iraton A, Knight Manufac
turing Comnanv. will be redeemed on
1 February 1, 1920, at tho office of Ths
1 Farmers' Ioan A, Trust Company, Truttss,
I No, 33 William Street, Now York City,
jew lorn, aii sain notes are iisreoy re
quired to be then and there presented for
payment, Each Note prrasnted for pay
msnt must be accompanied by all cou
pons for Interest maturing subsequently to
February 1, 1920, on which date all said
Nates outstanding will ceats to bsar
further Inttrest,
Notes of Series 11 will be redeemed at
one hundred and one-half per cent.
(100M of the fare value thereof, and
Notss of Ptrlns O will be rtdeamad at
ons hundred snd ons pir csnt, (101) of
ths fact value thereof.
Coupons maturing February 1, 1130, for
Inttrest on said Notes will bs paid on pre
ttntstlon on or after said data at The
National City Bank of Ntw York, In the
Borough of Manhattan, .City, county and
Stato of Nw York,
THIS ORATON A KNICIUT SIANUrAO
TDRINO COMPANY.
By W, SI, Hpauldlng, Pretldtnt.
ACCOUNTANTS!
The Federal Trade Commission In con
nection with Its continuous work on basio
Industries needs a number of senior ac
countants. The work embraces both finan
cial and coat accounting, A minimum en
gagement of about live months Is contem
plated. A personal Interview may be had
with the Commission's representative, at
the Now York Ofllee of tho Commission, 20
West 38th St., fifth floor, on Friday or Hat
tirday, January 30 snd 31, from nine to five
o'clock. As Immediate employment It In
view It would lie advisable for applicants
to bring with them any letters of recom
mendation nnd other evldenca of qualifica
tions they may deslro (0 submit.
FEDERAL TRADU COMSlI8SIONs
Washington, D. V. .
LOST Southern Pacific Company Stock
Certificate No. Ft 28257 for 50 shares In ths
nnmo of William Drover. Notice Is hereby
given to show cause why a duplicate should
not bo Issued.
!'. B. SIcCHRDY A CO., Halifax, Canada,
DIVIDENDS AND INTEREST.-
Business Troubles.
PETITIONS IN BANKRUPTCY.
Petitions in bankruptcy filed In the
Unitsd .States District Court Friday were
as follows:
Involuntary petition against Kennedy
Cork Floor Company of 02 West Four
teenth street; liabilities, about $20,000; as
sets, about $17,000. Principal creditors
are L. Slundet A Son, $11,273; Diamond
Cork Company, $1,743. Petitioner's attor
neys, Goodman & Welner. 61 Chambers
street.
Voluntary petition filed by Werner A
Gcrathy of 99 Water Btreet; liabilities,
$26,312; nssets, $2,000. Principal creditors
are Bleecker Export and Trading Com
pany, $8,000; Franco-American Chemical
Company, $1,204; Partola Manufacturing
Company $7,241. Petitioners' nttorney Is
Sellg J. Isaacson, 23 Beaver street.
Voluntnry petition filed by Hyman Fish
man of 87 East Fourth street; liabilities,
$2,029; assets, nothing. Principal creditors
nre Mary SI. Horton, $1.4(1, Abram S.
Underbill, $205; Stark Jacobs. $167. Pe
titioner's attorney Is Sellg J Isaacson, 2'S
Heaver street.
Involuntary petition filed agslnst Gn
dofsky, Dlener A Kaplan of 751 Broadway:
liabilities and assets not stated, Princlpa'
creditors nre B. Rubens, $1,000; Emanuel
(Irabion, $1,000, and Sloe Smith A Co..
$1,000. Petitioners' attorney Is Alex S.
Slarcuson, 256 Broadway.
SCHEDULES IN BANKRUPTCY.
Schedules In bankruptcy in the United
States District Court Friday were as fol
lows: Schedules of George T. Stoon Company
of Fulton Wholesale Fish Slarket show
liabilities of $54,320 and assets of $32,627.
Tho principal creditors are George T.
Jloon. $12,188; B. B. F. & C. S. Co., $3,627.
and Atlantic Coast Fish Company, $4,183.
The petitioner's attorneys aro Cornell.
Lockwood & Jeffery, 2 Hector street. '
Schedules of John Oarrlo A Son, Inc., of
4(2 Wert Fourteenth Btreet ahow Uabll
Itles of $23,878 and assets of 310,375. Tho
principal creditors are Edward L. Carroll.
$7,500; Stelnhardt & Kelt!-. $1.3(0; .1. c.
Crater, $813. The petitioners' attorneys
are Olcott, Bonynge, sicManus & Ernst,
170 Broadway.
RECEIVERS IN BANKRUPTCY.
Receivers In bankruptcy appointed n tho
1'nlted States District Court Friday wero
as follows:
Judge John C. Knox appointed Felix A.
Sluldoon receiver for SchneewelM Com
pany, Inc., with a bond of 32.500.
JUDG.MENTS FILED.
.MANHATTAN.
The following Judgments were filed Fri
day; the first namo being that of the
debtor:
Alflnlto. Lucia T(. T. Cochran
ct al $237.93
Allyne. Dillon C 11. J. K.
Humphrey 174.41
Bojclcault, Renee J. Kossoff... 273.12
Birch. Charles E. J. J. Ward
well 291.70
Boucicuult, Renee . Everard
Lewis, Inc 63S.2(
Berra, James, nnd New Amster
dam Casualty Co. People, Ac. 504.04
Basch, Rudolph O. C. Young.... 252.40
Blsdorf, Guldo F. von Kamp
et al 472.97
Curran. Jane F. Jl. Hadden 112.70
Collins. Slatthew O, SI. Black.. 1,737.10
Carrucclo. ,SIIke, and National
Surety Co. People, Ac jno.on
Costns, Nicholas Jaburg slros... 131.00
Cappel, Peter P Trustee of
Leake A Watts Orphan House
in City of N. Y 321.23
Dunn. Grace O. Belmond Realty
Co - S28.22
Drucker. Isldor J. Frucht 214.(5
Export Trading Corp. Coff Gar
rod Co., Inc 1.7$ 1.05
Coupons Due and Payable
at the Office of
A.B. LEACH & CO., Inc.
62 CEDAR STREET, N. Y.
February 1, 1920
Bennington, N. Y.
Bergen County, N. J., Bridge
Bloomington. Ill,, Funding
Buncombe County, N.- C Funding
Centerville, L.
Champaign, III., Improvement
Chickaiha, I. T., School
Coal Township, Penni,, Poor Howe
Evanston, III., Judgment
Fairfield, lows, Ref. Water Works
Fairmount, Minn., Water Worki Ext.
Georgia Lt., Pow. & Ry. Co.
Greenfield, Ind., Funding
Houghton, Mich., Sewer
Iron Mountain, Mich., Sewer
Jackson, Mich., Union School District
Kalamazoo, Mich., Improvement
Lake Forest. III.
La Grand, Ore., Refunding
Lancaster, N. Y.. Water
Mechanicsville. N. Y.
Morrison County. Minn.
New Castle, Pa., School District
Onoro, Wis., Fire House
Pulaski Co., Ind., Court House
Riverdale, N. J., Road Improvement
Sherburne Co., Minn., Drainage
Spring Valley, ill., uridge
Snohomish Co., Washington,
District & Road
Summitville, Ind.
Union City, Ind.
Warren Co., Indiana, Bridge
Wauwatusa, Wis.. Water Works
February 15, 1920
Vigo Co., Ind., Funding
School
INTERNATIONAL PAPER COMP
CONSOLIDATED XIORTOAaB 1
BINKINU FUND CONVKRTIIH.n 110
Ths ItnultahU Trust ('omnenv of
York, successor to Colonial Trust Compi
li Trustee miner international raper u
nanv llorlasae dated January I, 1
harahv Invites offers to the Ulnlllnt? I'V
for tho sato of bonds Issued under V
mortiaxe. lo exhaust ths sum of Twot!..
died Nlnety-nlna Thousand, Four Hundr
Thlrty-alx Dollars nnd Five Cents ($19
436,05), Bonds offered at ths lowest prli
will be given preference,
Sealed utters will be npensd at the off
or inc unnersigneu, jxo, n wan sire
New York Cltv. at tnelve o'clock neon. I
February 3, 1930, and should be Indore!
urrers ror ina flaie. or Junius to in int
national Paner Company Hlnliln Fund.'
The right Is reserved to reject any a
TUB EQUITABLH TRUST COStPANT
NEW YORK. Trustes.
, Dy LVSIAN HIIOADEH, Vice Trssldsn
uaisii, nww xoric. x., January e, is
DIVIDENDS AND INTEREST
t V "Sal" sr '
ThcFnrmers'LoanantlTru
Company
10, IS, 20 mid 3? WILLIAM STUM
ew Torn my
Coupons and Dividends duo
February arc payable at thil
office on and after February'
1st, 1920, as follows:
Birminglura Waler Works Compiny
Citizens Gt Compiny of Kinkikee
Clinton Waler Worki Compiny
Commonweillli Wiler &' Light Co. of Ne
Jersey (1st & Refunding Mtfev)
Commonr-etllh Water & Li(ht Co. of Ne1
Jersey (lit Mort(igc)
Commonweillli Witer & Liglit Co. of Nev
Jersey (3 Year Collaleril Gold Notes)
Cornell Steimboat Compiny
trinklin, County of, Tenn.
GloTerstille & Broadilbin Railroad Corapi'
Ltckiwinna Iron & Steel Compiny,
Likewood & Cout Water & Electric Corf
Monongihela Valley Water Compiny
Montgomery Street Riilwiy Compiny
Port o( Hmna Docks Compiny
St. Louii Merchinli Bridge Company
Seymour Witer Compiny
Dividends.
IT.nitUAKY 1ST, id;o.
The Firmers' Loin and Trust Compi
riatllUAKY 2ND, 1030.
Internilioml Petroleum Compiny, Ltd.,
pons No. 5 from Beirer Shire Wamn(
IlfSINIlSS OPPOUTUNIT1KS
HAVi: A HUHINF.SS PROPOSITION; nm
In neerl of financial aid; will guarantee to
u good backer from 335,000 to 350,000 a
year. Will stand rigid Investigation; abso
lutely sound and legitimate.
BLSON, 784 WASHINGTON STREET.
Phone Chelsea 8654.
ARBZONA SALVER
ItiBNES CO.
DIVIDEND NOTICR
A monthly dividend of 3 ne:
cent will bo paid February IB
1920, to stockholder or recou
February 1, llMU.
ARIZONA SILVER MINES G
tDW. S. VAN DYOK, President
ngel, Rubin If. Elscn 236.33
East Carolina Lumber Co. Star
Rox & Lumber Co 1,904.30
Frlcha. Martella, and National
.Surety Co. People, Ac 600.00
Gallagher. Hugh Auburndale
-Mills, Inc 1,614.43
GrlfcnhajTcn Ilros. & Co., Inc.
H. Iiesmanorf; costs 109.67
Golilberu, Jack II. A. Goldel 105.13
11. S. Darner & Co. Victor King
Traveler Co , 1S5.40
Ingcrsoll, Herbert Chelsea Ex
change Bcnk 6.2 10.30
Janctzkl, Alfred, William N.
Cromwell and U. S. Trust Co.
of N. Y. V. A. Casazza 54,634.33
Lewis. Jessie 11, L. Cutter;
coils 106.35
Mcllugh, Catherine IL , gdn. In-
terborough Rapid Transit Co.;
costs 103.90
Musortlltl, Koelna, and Lulgl
Gestone Jl. Flgundlo 270.40
McCoy, Llttletleld B. C. McCoy.. 117.50
McNamara, Joseph F. A. Brady 161.20
M. Turkeltaub & Son, Inc. D.
Hollander 321.24
JlcCombs, Walter D. II. O. El-
llott 166.20
Mncomber, Catherine W. S. Bui-
baum , 1(4.04
Mallno. Simon (Brighton Waist
Co.) J. Rosenbluth 2,366.89
Nelson, John S. J. Slnblnder;
costs 130.25
Neddcrman, Henry, and New Am
sterdam Casualty Co. People
Ac 1,000.00
National Bureau of Foreign
Trade, Inc. A, Ullman 603".22
Onorato, Peter, and New Amster
dam casualty (Jo. People, &c. 500.00
Roger. (Nelson W. W. McLaugh
lin ' 220.11
Rlnaldo. Edward U Hahn 323.42
Hitter Restaurant Co., Inc. M.
Radus & Sons 233.61
Robertson, Elizabeth F. Carter. 1,223.96
Rothberg, Joseph A. E. Kal-
bach 110.59
Rosenfeld, Harry America Law
Book Co 252.94
Surety Silk Co. and Alexander
Sappr.teln M. Kamlnsky.... 403.32
Scott. George C. L. Flshman... 176.37
Scully. Walton Co., Inc. it. Kelly 472.91
Swan Syndicate Co., Inc. Lenz
Photo Engraving Co 502.41
Sehenkeln, Louis U Schenkeln.. I0S.60
Socar. James, Jr.' J. Carstalra
et al 26.J02.7S
Turnler. Carl II. F. H. Wll-on.. 114.60
V. A Fidelity ,t (iuaranty Co.
II. Hamuerger 1,076.22
Venso. Michael E. V. Bacall.. 19L70
Vejser. Herbert, gdn. A. E. Kal-
bach: costs 110.39
Verse. Julia A. E. Kalb.ich; costs 110.39
Wlant, II. M. Standard Hotel
Supply Co 932.76
William Andrews Trucking Co.
J. Friedman 1.512.76
Woodward, Elijah II. S. Holt.. 516.23
Woerner, Ludwlg City of N. Y.
costs 103.00
ZaiiMier. Meyer Itosclo Cream
ery Co., Inc 234.75
BRONX.
The first name Is that ot the debtor.
Ackermart, Arthur V. Mason 32.632.27
IleiKer. Reuben, as gdn. V. Rerg 10:.2O
Clark. Lena J. Albert' 108.75
rishlew. Sidney H. Vlnne 2.1.52
Morrissey, Edtvard Frank Brew
ery 737.23
National Bureau of Forelpn
Trade, Inc. A. Ullman 603.22
Park & Tilford 4. young 2,234.30
Ror-ow, .Samuel C. Lang 1,143.30
Rlottl. Gertrude, nnd Theresa
Conradson W. Conradson 3,163.47
Rosenthal, Samuel H. Route.... 3,630.33
Sellgman. Mathilda O. De Fran
cesco 73.91
Wolf. J. Irving L. II. Zucker-
man 73.32
SATISFIED JfDOJIENTS.
MANHATTAN.
The first name Is that of the debtor;
the second that of tho creditor and date
when Judgment wis filed;
llutlerworth. Frank J. II. Wain-
wright: Aug. 2. 1911 11.333.01
Penflcld. 1. Stoddard Moore
Bros. Co.; Dec. 22. 1319 111.33 !
Relsner. Isaac, unu uavm jiraun-
teln American Steel Frame &
Band Iron Co.: Dec. 10. 191V . - 135.74
Daltlle. Achllle E. Baccarl; June
21. 11! 120.20
Waltz Co.. Inc. B. Welse; Deo.
20, 1919 (cancelled) 1I.1SS.S4
Chambers, .Stephen II. City of X.
V.; Aug. 16, 1919 132.:o
nnoxx.
David Brandt. Ino. J. L. O'Hara
et al., July 1, 1913 11.010.13
STANDARD SANITARY mTl,
PREFERRED DIVIDEND''
COMMON DIVIDEND '(
Pittsburgh, ra.,-January 29th, 192
Tho Directors of this Company have
ilny declared retul.ir nuarterly divide
of l?i on tho Preferred Capital Stt!
and 2 on the Common Canltal SLoi'
with eitr.i dividend of 2Ci on Comm
Capital Stock. Checks will be mailed l
later than February 10th to ctockholdtt
of record February 5th. I
J. W. OLIVER. Secretary
Tivtv MTV 11 11111 T'lFf.vwl'm Y'rtii v
The Board of Director.! have declared I
dividend of Two nnd 50-lOOtha Dollaill
32.50) r;r anare ror tno year 1919. uprtl
ne common lapum siock or mis i;r
any, payaDio j euruary :u, is;o, to '
otders of record nt the close of b'
February , 1920.
Dividend checks will be mailed b
Farmers' Loan and Trust Company, r
fcr Agents, No. 16-22 Wlllam Street
York City, to stockholders who hf
malllng orders.
A. M. ROBERTSON, Se'.n
New York, January 28. 1920.
Hercules Oil i
Directors ot the Hercules 01
h.ivo anounccd Initial dividend
nblo March 15 to stockholder
'February 15, 1920.
HERCULES OIL COIvft
January 30,
Woods Petroleum & Refining v
The directors of the Woods Petrolc
& Refining Company have declared
monthly dividend of 1C4 on the com'
stock ot the company, payablo Fr
15, 1920, to stockholders of recort
ruary 1, 1920. ,
M. RINGER, Presld
PENNSYLVANIA COAL S: COKE.
COItrOKATION' I
At a meeting of the Board of Dlrectot
of the Pennsylvania Coal & Coke Corpor
tlon, held thl3 day. there was declared t
regular dividend of 2 per cent, out of t
accumulated eurnlngs and surplus of t
Company, payaDio on ('eoruary 10th, 19
to stocKnoiuera or record hi tno close
business on I ebruary 6th. 1920.
T. It. WATKINS, Pre;
January ;tn, ipau.
close
eslden.
MERRITT OIL CORPORA
DIVIDEND NO. S
Quarterly Dividend Xo. 2 of 2 14 et. t,.
twenty-five cents (23c.) per share, has bj
declared, payable February 14. 1920.
stockholders ot record at the close of bu
ncss January di, i.v. me transfer ooc
do not close. '
CLARENCE E. TITl'S, SecrVtnrr
neriier. Colorado.
NATIONAL LEAD COMPANY
111 Broadway, New VorH
A regular dividend of ono nnd thr
quarters per cnt. (1' has been
dared on the Preferred Stock of this Cr
pany, paynlile March 15th. 1920, to Sto
holders of record at close of business r
ruary 20. 1920.
FRED It. FORTMEYER. Treasure
ELECTIONS AMI MEETINGS.
LENOX HILL HOSPITAL
The annual meeting of the hospital
be held oti
TUESDAY EVENING. FEBRUARY 2
1920,
nt 8:1.' o'cloi'k,
In Krackowlzer Hall of the Dlspn
76th St. an.l Piirk Avenue
Order ot business. Report of til
fleers of tho liopltal anil the elect
1 members for the Board of TrusteiH.
3 members for the Committee on Re- viv.
Names of candidates for the electb
members of the Board of Trusters a
the Committee on Revision respecU
must be sent to the undersigned In V
Ing not later than r. bruary 10th,
signed by nt least five inemb rs ot
hospital. Later nominations will no
valid.
r.i;i, in.li., Hecreta
50 ITnlon Square. New Y
THE DELAWARE. LACK.UVAXJ
WESTERN RAILROAD COMP.V
New York, January 29th, t
The Annual Meeting of the StockhC.
for the election of Managers and Oft
of this Company and for (ho iransa
of such other business as may i -m b'
such meeting w.111 bo held at No 90
Street. New York City, on Tuesday. F
ary 2llh, 1920.
The polls wilt open at ten o'clock
closo at eleven o'clock A. II.
The transfer books wilt i lose Febri
13th, 1920, and reopen on February
1920.
P. .1. FLTNX. Secretar- ''0,1 Tr x-ui
Xotlce Is hereby given that a me
of the stockholders ..f the BARRIN
liRAI.TV !0- n comoanv lnrornor'
tinder the laws of the Stat" of New V
will bo held nl the oiTI- e vr the com
City.
111
other business as may properly corns h
SSl'l mTHi. ....
New YorH, X. V . Jsnuar" .'2nd, 1
H.T. TRLAX. Secret,
iv 1 1 1 bo held nl the oifl-e v Hie cum
Room 1303, 27 William S'reet. New j
rity. on the 2nd day of Fi bruary, 133
10 o'clock A. II. for the purpose of rt
Ing ortlcers nnd dire- tors for the enJ
year, and for the Irjrs.i tlon of

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