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EVENING LEDGER PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1914. .fiitUfeTi' i it siuw INANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL SITUATION AT HOME AND ABROAD-MARKET REPORTS JUSDUJS, I0YERN0RS FAVOR 'CHANGE REOPENING FOR BOND TRADING aMcmber of New York Com mittee Says That Business May Be Resumed Before End of Week. Tlio announcement made by the Speclnl Committee of FIVe of tho Now York Stock Exchange on Saturday that tho olTer of resuming trading In bonds nt minimum prices will be taken up, by tho Governing Committee nt Its regular meeting tomorrow, was supplemented to day by the statement that the Governing Committee favors this action and that trading In bonds may be resumed before the end of thin week. One of tho leading members of the Governing Committee Is authority for this statement, and for the further state ment that It Is Intended to extend tho scope of trading cm tho floor gradually. Next week or tho week after other depart ments will be opehed for trading, with tho bond dealings to be accepted as- a guldo for restrictions In other Issues. Members of the Governing Committee instated today that all the banking In terests In New York desire the resump tion of trading on the board, and re ports that opposition has been met In that quarter are without foundation. Tho reopening of tho Chicago Stock Exchange was naturally regarded with Intense Interest. There wero no signs of a liquidating disposition on the Chi cago exchange and bids were more plen tiful than offers. The volumo of busi ness was small and Included only a few stocks in which there was more than local Interest. Sterling exchange wns strong, with more ovldencc of operations for a specu lative clement which Is supposed to be buying exchange In anticipation of a de mand for remittance against sales of bonds for foreign account. Demand opened at 4.83$i and cables at 4,S9'4. iRelchsmarks went down to the low point of S6, while Paris cables were In demand at 6.10, showing a profit on gold ex ports to France, but French bankers are averse to talking about prospects of any shipments of the metal to France. The heavy surplus shown by the Federal banks on Saturday has as yet had no Influence on tho money market, and Is fj not reflected in any increased offering. Time money for all dates was In free supply in New York at 5 por cent, nnd call money loan's generally at 4i per cent. On the New street curb bid prices aro Copper, 47; St. Paul, 83; Great Northern prefercd. 111; Brooklyn Itapld Transit, 821,; United States Steel 47U; United States Steel prefercd, 1014: Baltimore and Ohio, 6614; American Can 20-; South ern Pacific, 82ft; Western Union, GH4l Pennsylvania, 104tf; Central Leather, 3214, and Union Pacific, lllli. Business on tho curb was small bocauso of scant offer ings, and transactions were scattered and .mostly for small lots. Copper metal was strong at 1214 cents. It Is estimated that 100,000,000 pounds of copper In all were placed on the upward movement now In progress. FINANCIAL BRIEFS Tho Northern Pacific Railway has made application to the New York Stock Ex change to list $2,697,000 additional prior l(en 4 per cent, bonds, due 1937. New York banks lost to the Subtreasuty 8aturday,$2,21C00, and since Friday have lost $6,912,000. Tho October output of the Utah Copper Company was 6,765,396 pounds. Ten of tho 30 hot mills at the Shenango tin plant will be operated this week as the result of retrenchment on the part of the American Sheet and Tin Plate Com pany, RAILROAD EARNINGS 7 KANSAB CIIY SOUTHERN. 1014. Decrease.! October cross $SS0,O41 $12,S20, .Cfc .,.,,.,, .,..... ..,., UV.DU Four months' groan.,.., 3.570.U8 $47,003 Net .., 1,005.401 Si, MS OltANO TIIUNIC SYSTESI, Second week November, $sfin.U7rt $iai,noo Fiom July i so,43l.3S3 1,834,828 DETROIT AND MACKIK'AC. fitcond week November. $10,1.13 $2,2.13 From July 1 44.'U3.i 42,271 IlIO ORANDH SOUTHERN. Second week November, S12.ROO $2,320 From July 1 2S0.nS M.407 TOLEDO. PEORIA AND WESTERN. Second week November, $20,410 13.41S nom juiy i , 4si,u&.f uu.aus TOliBDO, 8T. LOUIS AND WESTERN. Second week November., I9S.04.-I .1RI From July 1 1.7S0.EO.1 47,233 I.EIHOH VALLEY. October oper. revenue.., $4,U0,M2 Slft.sso Net 1,S0.1,2M 80,8.-l4 Four months" oper. rev. , 13,378, 1JW 180.373 Net ,.. . 4,083.450 018 ANN ARBOR. First week November... S40.402 $729 From July 1...., 007,77 2l,132 CINCINNATI, NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAS PACIFIC. Recond week November,. $172,800 134,723 From July 1 ., 3,603,01:1 335,317 MISSOURI, KANSAS AND TEXAS. Tear ended June 30 Total operating revenue. $31,B21.1SS $825,070 Net T7 8.700.000 78.778 ALABAMA GREAT SOUTHERN. Second week November.. S4,13fl $24,T3& Fiom July 1 1,630.140 203,(03 FBUE MAKQUETTH. Total operating- revenue. $lfl,0IIUT l.002,fU(l Deficit 1.118.078 4.062,80 "Increase. BANK CLEARINGS Bank clearins today compare with eorre apondlng day last two years: 1014. 1B13. 1012. Philadelphia. I21.010.0M $23,B87,485 $22,018,103 Boston .... 15,077,207 10,622.10! lO.WftBlW PROTEST KATE INCREASES WASHINGTON. Nov. St - Protests fiom the meat and livestock business generally against the proposed increases in freight rates on cattle and dressed meats aro pouring- into the Interstate umintrce Commission. The stock men ask that the Increase, which would be. . ome. effective on December is. be sus pended until public hearings can deter-. I mine tneir reasonableness. CHICAGO EXCHANGE REOPENS 'lUCAQO. Nov. .-The Chicago Steek f.jUianae reopened this JnorulBg after tetttK closed since the day the war eterted tn iturope. The first trade today M 10 share ot St. Paul a 8H. tbe '"' Pr U at U Ml JJy Jt the bhU UeAc wu J llMM f V"m rbid m mT tfMMM to U ahrj at . r, aaauc prtce u coanBaraia wkk 1M aa jusy W- PENN NATIONAL REDISCOUNTS $50,000 AT REGIONAL BANK First Transaction of tho Kind nt New Federal Institution. The Pcnn Nntlonal Bank today rcdls countcd $(0,000 worth of commercial pa per at the Federal Reserve Bank of Phila delphia. This Is the first member In stitution of the new regional bank In this city to take this action, and will be the first bank In District No. 3, of which Philadelphia has the Federal ' reserve bank, to receive any of the new Fcdcrnl reserve notes, which aro Issued against tho collateral deposited by the Fenn Na tlonal Bank. Tho paper deposited by the bank, whlcli matures within 30 days from today, came under tho 814 per cent, discount hate, and' was rcdlscouutcd by tho Federal Bcservo Bank nt thh figure. Tho bank was cred ited with $30,000 on the books of the regions? bnnk and can now draw by check against this credit, when the now Federal rescrvo notes will bo Issued to It. H. C. Ueltzel, assistant cashier of the Pcnn Natlonnl'Bank, said not all of the J50.00-) In notes will be taken out nt one time, but that tho bank will take out some of the notes this afternoon. The notes will bo the first of their kind to go Into circulation In tills city. NEW YOBK OUHB MARKET NEW1 Yontv, Nov. ai.-The turl market was iron? nt 1 o'clock, and quotation! wern iu rollowa: Htntularil Oil of California, 2u.182na; New Jcriey, .ISOWISSi PralrK nmptlSOi In diana. 47,Wt77: Now York. lOOfMUl: Aiialo American, MHttl.V Savoy, 7011; Union Tank. M1RM; Vacuum Oil. IKfllJWl: Mux well Motor. 144trU1: tlrrt iireferreil. -WHS; recoml pre ferred, 17WIS: lli.iden. BW; Jumbo Exten sion. 1 n-lrtffl"; Willys Overland, 71SR7."; Ifegcman, WSH. oxtIkIiU: I'ront BharlnK. 12? UtS: Clear Stores, 8.l,ft8n?. NEW YORK METAL MARKET NEW YOltlC, Nov. 23. The metal market ivns steady today. Tin In five-ton lots nun .T.t" fK14)lc; 23-ton lota. .".3Hc. bid; lead, .1.MOT 4c; spelter, S.lSffS.Itic.; aluminum, IS.IiOW 10c. PLAN BANKS TO BOOM TRADE Would Establish Ono Each In Central nnd South America. CHICAGO. Nov. 23. A plan Is being considered by bankers and business men In this city and Towa to establish a branch bunk in a thrifty city In Central America, nnd other branch on the west coast of South America to develop trade relations between tho United Stntes nnd thogo sections. The proposal developed after the delegates returned from the recent Mississippi A'nlloy Trade Confer ence, at Memphis, The delegates agreed that a bank financed by manufacturers and business men In the Mississippi Vnlley must pre cedo trado extension In the Centrnl nnd South American ropubllcs. It Is pro posed to organize a bank with a capital of JjOO.OOO, each of 25 firms, to subscribe for stock up to $20,000. Tho branches aro not to compete with New York institu tions. WAR LOAN INVESTORS' MANY ' Private Subscribers Expected to Tnke Entire British Issue. LONDON. Nov. 23. Thero was no let up In today's rush of prlvatb Investors to subscribe to the now 330.000,000 war loan. It Is probnblo that upon al lotment none will be left for banltst and Insurance companies. "" Tho American group of securities was strong In spots. Resumption of deal ings in bonds on tho Now York Stock Exchange; is being looked forward to here. Reported successes by General Villa wero responsible for heaviness In Mex ienn railway securities. A belief that the rebellion In South Africa has been crushed Induced a better feeling In the dealings in Kaffirs. Russian securities were dull. The Bnnk of Englandwas a -light dis counter of premoratorlum bills. Rates for loans and bills wero easy. BRYAN WILL NOT RESIGN White House Cnlls Story of H1b In tention to Quit Cabinet "Absurd." WARHIKOTOV. Nov. 1 "Ahanril. rl- dlculous and not worth dignifying hyV denying it. this In effect was tho White House characterization of a report that Secretary of State Bryan was to resign from the Cabinet March 4 next. Secretary Tumulty laughed when the report was brought to his atcntlon. "If Secretary Bryan was about to re tire, or contemplated such a step," he said, "I think we would know of It. It can be said with emphasis that there Isn't a shadow of foundation for the rumor." Secretary Bryan is on his way to Wash ington from Miami, Flo., where he spent a few days at his winter home. All knowledge of the secretary's plans were disclaimed at tho state Department uy officials. The story of his purpose to leave the Cabinet was to tne effect that Mr. Bryan desired to devote himself to the rehabilitation of the Democratic party by having it align Itself defi nitely against the liQUor Interest. Basts for this news of tho Secretary's Inten tion was found In an article over Mr. Bryan's signature In the current issue of his weekly paper, the Commoner. YEGGMEN DYNAMITE SAFE Daring Robbers Obtain $300 Prom Reading, Pa., Office. HEADING, Pa.. Nov. 33. Almost within the shadow of the Pennsylvania Railroad depot In this city, Yeggmen early today dynamited the safe In the office of the Craw-Levick Oil Company, cpnrlscated $300 In cash and escaped. The company's establishment la lo cated In West Reading, directly across the new Penn street bridge spanning the Schuylkill. Entrance was gained by forcing a rear door, windows in sev eral residences in the vicinity were smashed by the force of the explosion. A detachment of State police and a posse of suburbanites started In pursuit of the robbers, who are believed to have boarded a coal train. REPUBLICAN LOSES OPFICE Dropped From Internal Revenue Serv. ice by Democrat Superior. WILMINGTON. Del., Nov. M.-That the Democrats Intend to take all oflleea pos sible was shown today when Daniel Bur ton, of Millsboro, outside Deputy Collector of Internal Revenue, reoelved notloa from Joshua W. Miles, the collector, that his services would terminate November SO. Burton la it Republican, has held his position (or a number of years and was supposed to be in tbe olaaslfUd swvlee. It is understood that Dr. R. P. Pl4chr, deputy In charge of the office here, also wilt be dropped and both plates filled by Democrats. It 1 expected the Republicans will protect- ' ' t Pw Aftr Murderous Geaviets MOBILK, Ala., Nov. K-Aml with sbotsuiu) wl expctic a iispcrate bat tle, a wm with bloodbotuw to4 u huaUtag for ftvw ctsjvlts who lat night ktUaA VflUta Mato. a. Iiumi of Uu cvtv J'Vtet ctwn v at Cno. u4 t ten c, j. WHEAT OPENS EASY BEARS PREDOMINATE IN CHICAGO MARKET Resting Oders Around $1.20 for May, With Demand Through Com mission Houses Good, CHICAGO, Nov. 23,-Scntlment In the wheat tnnrket nt the opening today was bearish nnd the market was easier. Tho receipts nt spring wheat points were large. There wero resting orders In the maiket around $1.20Vi for May, and the demand through commission house? gen erally was hood. The market at Liver pool wai easier. Crop news from Argentina and Liver pool wns favorable. It Is estimated that tho stocks of wheat In tho Punjab nre about 101,000.000 bushels, or about 4.000.000 bushels over tho supply last year nt this time. Millers' stocks In Great Britain nre large, nnd It Is expected that tho ar rivals this week will be heavy. Piospccts were for a good Incrense In the visible supply In tho United State?. Tho receipts nt Mlnncnpolla nnd Duluth today were H32 enrs. against 1537 cars a year ngo; nt Winnipeg. R47 cars, against 1M0; nt Chicago 171 cars, against 39. Ex ports from tho United Stntes may de crease In the near future, becauso of the fact that Argentina's supply will soon be available. Offerings arc being made for January Kcbruary shipment, nnd the bids are suf ficiently below United States prices to at tract business. Shipments from Ntfrth America for tho week ucro 8,377,0C0 bush els, of which 1,133,000 bushels were from Canada. The stock at Liverpool Is 4,413,000 bushcle, an1 Increase of 98,000 bushels for tho week. Corn was easier under further selling pressure of Dccombcr, which apparently came from hedgers. Tho weather con tinued fnvoable for tho movement. The receipts here today were 242 cars. Tho stock at Liverpool Is l.lCOJOOO bushels, nn Incrense of 1S7.0C0 bushels for tho week. The maiket nt Liverpool was easier, with Plnte offers lnrger. Oats ulso wero easier. Tho receipts hero today weio 140 cars. Shipments of oats from North America for the week wero 2.129,000 bushels. Leading futures ranged aa follows. .... . ... . Noon. Saturd'a Nhrnl Hlah. Low. Ulote. clnxo. December I.14J4 1.14ti 1.14K tl.1.1 May 1.20., 1.20ti l.'Olj tl.21'4 1'orn new ilclliery) December 05ft fl.1T;, r,s 'niui ("nii- ',''J 70" "' '' t70 Deeember r.0', noli 40', wl May . X, rait Kl4 M'i November lf).M 10.50 January 10.1(1 10.15 10.12 HUH MW'bs- t,0KO .lanuary '11.117 ft.or. 410.00 Hay 10.30 10.30 10.25 llu.27 1'ork January IR.fW 1R.C0 1S.S7 IS.fifl May 10.10 10.10 10.05 tlO.10 Uld. TAsked. LIVE STOCK QUOTATIONS CHICAGO, Nov. 2S. HOas Hecelpts. 18. OOo; markets 10c. higher; mixed and butchers, 7.10fl7.75; Rood heavy, $7.KW7.73; round heavy, $7.107.4n: lluht. $7.10787.03: plBa, $5.50 4T7 40; bulk. J7.4087.flO. CATTLi: Receipts, 10,000; market ateadv; beeves, aO,f,0&in.,M; cows nnd hclfcra, $.'!.75ft0; stockera and feed era. 15417.10: Tcans, $7.4(VTrS.2.3: calvea. ta& 11.50. SHEEP Receipt. 15,00(1: mirkota 100. higher: native and Western, $.1.500.15; lambs, $3.15S0.25. NEW YORK BUTTER AND EGGS NEW YOIIK. Nov. 2T..-I)UTTEn rtrmer: re ceipts. KU57 packages: creamery, extra, .141 if :He : high acorlnir, .ISfi.lSUc; State dairy, 32A.I1S : Imitation creamery, 2341ir24!ic. EGOS steady: receipts. 3S27 cases: fresh, ex tra, firsts. 3SJT..0e.; fresh, nrsta. 3&ff37c : near tiy, whites, 4ni7i:0c. : nearby, mixed, 35ffl2c. ; special trarks, 25323Vc. CAMDEN'S NEW HOSPITAL OPENED FOR INSPECTION Modern Institution on Old Kaighn Farm Cost $250,000. The new West Jersey Homeopathic Hos pital and Dispensary, at Atlantic and Mount Kphrlam avenues, Camden, waa opened for inspection today. The build ing, which cost more than $250,000, will be ready for patients December 1. Popular subscription raised the funds for tho purchase of the ground and the erection of the building, the work of col lecting the money having begun In 1910. The sl.t-acro tract, known ns the old Kaighn farm, on which the hospital Is erected Id the highest point In Camden. The building- Is of brick and stone and Is three stories high. In the basement aro situated waiting rooms. X-ray room, operation room for minor Injuries, out patient surgical department, pathological laboratory, diet kitchen nnd linen room. On the first floor aro tho offices of the superintendent and head nurse, the In ternes' room, nurses' library jind lecture room, trustees' meeting room, receiving ward, auxiliary diet kitchen and five medical wards having 24 beds. The children's public ward with 10 beds, and 20 private wards for women, and two suites, are on the second floor. An ob stetrical ward and nursery are also on this poor. LECTURE PROGRAM VARIED Interesting Subjects in University Extension Course This Week. Prof. Stockton Axson, of Rice Univer sity, Texas, will begin this week's sched ule of university extension lectures In Association Hall, Germantown, this after noon, with a lecture on "Society and the Individual In Ibsen's Plays." James Her vey Hyslop, formerly professor of ethles and loglo tn Columbia University, will speak this evening In Wltherspoon Hall on "Psychical Research in Relation to Telepathy and Spiritism." Other lectures of the week will be "Japan and the Dutch Bast Indies," Illus trated with colored views and motion pictures, by R. C. Andrews, of the Amer ican Museum of Natural History, New York, In Association Hall, Tuesday eve ning: "Human Responsibility In Shake speare'a Tragedies," by Professor Axson, In Grifnth Hall, Tuesday evening; "Analy sis of Shaw'a Misalliance," by Alfred H. Brown, playwright and dramatle critic, In Wltherspoon Hall, Wednesday after noon; the fourth of a series on "The As cent of Man." by Dr. S. C. Sehmucker, In Association Hall, Thursday evening, and "Happiness." by Mlsa Helen Keller and her teacher, Mrs. Macy, In Wlthenpoon Hall, Friday evening. RESORT COMPANY PAID OXAIHS No decision wa reached by Vtee Chan cellor Learning la th Camden County Court today In tbe application (or a re ceivership of the Ocean City Garden ComsAuy, of Ocean City. The receiver ship was Mked October 36 by WlUlam Kene, Edwajrd Springer and Christopher Hand- The eWlau of two re A14 to bavv Men matfcJNMI tkavd Hand's eJUm, it t su, would bv &M Utter- J NEW BANKS' FIRST WEEK I Federal Reserve Institutions Hold ! fiono At k nnn nl,i WASHINGTON, Nov, Ji.-The Federal Reserve Hoard today Issued tho first weekly statement of the condition of the new Federal reserve system, The stdte ment showed that the la Federal reserve banks, nt the close of business November 20, had on hand gold coin nnd certificates to the amount of $208,415,000; legal tender, silver certificates nnd subsidiary coin, $37,30(3,000, making a total of $210,723,000. Rediscounts aggiegated $5,607,000; nil other assets. $91,000, making a total of $216,445,000.' Tho capital paid In was $1S. 072,000; reserve deposit, $22713?000, nnd Federal reserve notes In circulation, $1,215,000. Gold reserve ngalnst nil liabilities wns S9 per cent., cash reserve 105 per cent., and cash reserve against nil liabilities, after .setting aside 40 per cent, 'gold reserve against Fpderal reservo notes In circula tion, was 105 per cent, Redlscounllng privileges, tho Hoard said, wns availed of to a considerable ex tent In Now York, Chicago, St. Louis nnd Knnsns City but the showing elsewhere wns much smaller, Tho Fcdcrnl reserve notes were Issued principally In Chicago, New York and Minneapolis, but each of tho teservo banks has been supplied with nn adequate quantity of the notes. PORT OF PHILADELPHIA Sun nnd Tides 0:51 a.m. un sets Sun rises 4 30 p.m. 1 PHILADELPHIA. IIIrIi wnter. f:00 n.m. I High water, Low water.. 12:10 n.tn. I Low water., nEKDY ISLAND. High water. 2:4 a.m. I lllch water. Low water., 0:22 a.m. Low water.. ttltEAKWATCR. IIIrIi water. 12:.11n.m. I High waler. II 2(1 101 p.m. p.m. .1:1.1 li:.S p.m. p.m. 12:30 0:53 Low p.m. p.m. water.. o.lT a.m. Low water,. Vessels Arriving Today Sir. Jolando dl Ocorglo (Nor.), Port Antonio, fruit, Atlantic Fruit Company. s!r- ?! Antonio (Nor.), Port Antonio, fruit, united Krult Company. Str. Lexington, lloston. passengers and mer chandise, Merchant nnd Miners' Transportation Company. Sir. Indian. Jacksonville, etc., passengers nnu merchandise, Merchants nnd Miners' Transpor tation Company. Str. Columbian, San Francisco, merchandise, V. 1. Hagnr & Co. Str. Joseph J. Cunco (Nor.), 1'ort Antonio, fruit, Cuneo Importing Company, Str. Lompoo (llr.). New, ballast, Clyde, L. Wcitcrgnnrd &. Co. Steamships to Arrive rASSBNOCIl. Name. t'intii. Date. Mongolian Liverpool .... Nov. 12 liuverrord Queenstown . .Nov. 11 Ancona Naples Nov. 'JO FltKIQHT. . Name. From. Sailed. . .Oct. 22 ....Oct. 25 . .Oct. .11 ..(Vt. .11 ...Nov. 1 ...Nov. t ...Nov. 4 ...Nov. -I ..Nov. S ...Nov. S ...Nov. '7 . Nov. 7 . . Nov. HI ...Nov. 11 ...Nov. 18 ..Nov. 14 ...Nov. 14 ...Nov. in ...Nov. 17 ...Nov. 17 ...Nov. 1l . . . Nov. 20 . . . Nov. 10 . . . Nut. 20 Virginian IIIlo Hesperos Port Natal Livonia Hull (Hullo Ccsare Measlnn lljoigvln ....(lothenburtr . inKinoy .... l'rudcnjta . America .. William .. Vlnn Manchester oinrnitar ... Flumo Hergen Oruikolda tic HueUn Mariner. ..Ifinehostcr . Illorneflord Lisbon llorxland Shield South I'olnt London .... Iirl of lHtin Valparaiso . llot.i Methll .... i-oulilana Copenhagen Nechea llalnoa .A. Mneklnaw London Alaskan San Tedro. . Manchester Miller 'Manchester Cronn I'olnt London .... Helena. Rotterdam . Cassiopeia Shields Steamships to Leave PARSCNGEU. Name. For. Date. Haverford Liverpool .:...Nflv. 23 (Mongolian (llasgow Nov. Ancona Glasgow . .j. ..Nov... FUCIGHT. Name. r'or. Date. Missouri London Nov. 2-1 Iljorgvln Chrlstlanla Nov. S3 Chlltern Itange Lclth Nov. 2.1 VlrglnU Copenhagen . . . Nov. 1M Thcinlsto llotterdam Nov. 23 Manchester Mariner. ...Manchester Dec. 4 Louisiana. ..Copenhagen . .Dec. 12 Crown I'olnt ....... ...London Doc. 4 Manchester Miller ....Manchester ...Dec. 17 South Point .1 London Dec. 12 I'otomae ...Lelth Doc. lu PORT OF NEW YORK Steamships Arriving Today Name. From. Sailed. Napoll Palermo Nov. fl Marquette Ixindon Nov. 12 llotterdam Rotterdam Nov. 14 Steamships Due Tomorrow Name. From. Sailed. Franconla. ..Liverpool Nov. Hi Hellg Olav Chrlstlansand ..Nov.lt Chicago , Havre Nov. 14 Steamships to Leave Name. For. Ilcrgensfjord Hergen ... Adrian? Liverpool Taormlna ,.,.,Naplca .... Oscar H Copenhagen Roma iraraollles Cameronla Glasgow .. Date. Nov. 24 Nov. 23 Nov. 23 ....Nov. 2(1 No v. 27 ....Nov. 23 Movements of Vessels Str. Lusltanla (Dr.), for Now York, steamed from Liverpool No ember 21. Str. America (Nor.), for Philadelphia, teamed from Uoston November 22, Str. L. V. Stoddard, from Philadelphia, ar rived at llangor November 21. Str. Joseph Cuneq (Nor.), for Philadelphia, passed Diamond Shoal lightship! November 22. Mr Persian, for Philadelphia, steamed from Jacksonville November 22. Htr. Robert M. Thompson, for Philadelphia, atsained from 1'ort Kads November 22, Str Orlgen (Nor.),' for Philadelphia, steamed from Port Kads No ember 22. Str. Larimer, for Philadelphia, steamed from Port Arthur Noember 21. . Str. Herman Frlach. from Philadelphia, ar rived at Sabine November 21, Str. Teias. Philadelphia for Port Arthur, ipassed Sand Key at IS p. m. November 21. Str Toledo totvlng nchr. Delawar Sun. Sa bine for Philadelphia, waa 200 miles west of Tnrtugaa at t) p. tn. November 22. Str. J. M. Uurrey, Port Arthur for Philadel phia. ws'27S miles east of Sablee Uar at noon November 22. Str. Uulfstream, Philadelphia for Port Ar thur, wa :I22 miles south of Hatteras at noon November 12. Str. Satllla, Philadelphia for Tampa. ai 03 miles south of Overfalls lightship at noon No vember -J. Sehr. Thomas H. Lawrence, Philadelphia for Rockland, sailed from Vineyard Haven Novem ber 22, FREIGHTS AND CHARTERS Steamships offer moderately to meet (he de mand for prompt loading. Rates are firm. The call market la unchanged. STEAMSHIPS. Lady Iveagh (llr.). Quit to Nantes, grain, 13,000 quarter, 6s December. Hlghcllfte (Dr.), 21.000 quarter, Quit to London, grain. So. l4d.. December. William 1. Palmer, 1GOU tons. Baltimore to Mayport, coal, private terms, prompt. Spiral (Nor ), SOU tons, Philadelphia to Sagus, coal, private terms, Novomter. Mascara (Or.1. 3201 tone. transatlantic trade. Including Halifax and St. John, N. U., d months. 64. 6d., delivery and redelivery United Kingdom, November, Ocean Monarch (Dr.), 2935 tons, same. Bcottlsh Monarch (Dr.).. 3037 tons, transatlan tic trade, 6 months, Ba. Gil., or If Including St. John, N. II.. Qa. 2d., delivery and rede livery United Kingdom, November. Sebek 7ir., 2840 tooa, same. 2 or 3 round trips, 6. 3d., delivery and redelivery United Kingdom vU Canada, November. Heltre (Br). 2714 ton. Mate, oae rwiad trip. Be. Id., delivery Geaea. redelivery United KLngdam or Havre via tor Oulf, NaveaaJMr. Waal (Dutch), 70S tone, same, one retutd trip, ens delivery and redelivery United Wabaai fHr.h 2476 coo, same, one trip, lump sum, XateO. delivery Montreal r4t livery United Kingdom or France, November. DI VXDENDS DECLARED Detroit and Mackinac Railway, regular semi annual !h par et. on common ana preferred payable January 2. Books close Dsoeaiber 15 and reopen January 4. Xtlando Coaat Line, regular quarterly 11.50, payaHe Decunsar 10. Books oloao DenUr 1 aba retiea uwwatvw v Mobil and BlnBlsabaDl. regular sual-unual 2 per ceat., paiabie January 2. UeoXs clou peceiubar 1 aa4 reoewo January 3. Sit and PUtaburgh, regular quarterly ! par raoH wsHr aw va awes or reeera w. rapu aod omm lwhsi, SJTB E'ira XrZLr&TXZ and Aitgutr. . mm. (- obi . pa NovatuMf Tab 0:01 or retoru ? jEffaK-. BIG CARGOES SENT VIA CANAL Shipments of Fruit, Wine nnd Salmon Arriving Here From Coast A large cargo of fruit, wine and salmon arrived here today from Pacific coast ports, via the Panama Canal, and an other Is duo tomorrow, Tho American Hawaiian steamship Columbian docked at Pier 31, South Wharves, from San Fran cisco, etc., after n voyngo of 21 dnys. The Ncches Is expected In tho Dcla waro Cnpos this evening. Steamship officials engnged In the At-tnntlc-Paclric business via the Panama Canal aro amazed at the rapid growth of the trade. Freights arc offered In nbun dnuce, Insuring n full cargo for every steamship both on tho Inward nnd out ward voynges. This Is due to the cheaper freight rates when compnrcd with the transcontinental railway routes. A oolnparlson of rntes furnished by the Luckenbnck Steamship Company Is given In tho following table. The articles are typical of the trafllc, nnd the unit taken Is cnrlond lots, this being customary nnd more convenient than the ton rate: Westbound P.C. T.O. Steel mates $100.i $.120.(10 Canned pooda ZUO.IM 3GO.0O Lry goods (not otherwise specified) 522.00 l.O'O.OO Hardware .IWI.oo .1011.110 Helnir rnaehtnes (e. I.) lHO.m 'SOO-iiO Hewlnit machines (1. c. I.).,.. 1.15 .1.,0 Eaatlmund- Tunned salmon 120.00 .110.00 Dried fruit IUO.(m) 140.00 Wine t.3 f.25 1'er 10,000 lb. ffer 100 lbs. LITTLE FEATURE IN COTTON List Showed (Jains of From Two to Six Points, NUW YORK. Nov. 23. There was but lllllo feature to the cotton market to day, but tho list nt the start showed gnlns of from 2 to 6 points. There seemed to be a scarcity of December, nnd spot houses continued buying that option against sales of May. Some accumulated hedge selling of tho far months caused a slight reaction In thoso positions after the call, but De cember continued steady. Liverpool cot ton; continued steady and quiet. GENERAL HWANG SAYS LOAN WILL CAUSE WAR IN CHINA Revolutionist Counts on TJ. S. to Maintain Peace in Far East. "China nnd America alone enn main tain poaco In Asia. Provisional Presi dent Yuan Shl-kal seeks an American loan so as to become Emperor. "Without American assistance the dictator must abdicate nnd tho Chlncso revolution of 1911 will become a fact. With money from America Yuan Shl-kal wilt cause another great uprising in China." This Is the warning and advice of Gen eral Hwang Using, tho "liberator o China," and general of the revolutionary army which brought about the overthrow of the Manchu dynasty. Ho Is now liv ing In seclusion at Media, with a prlcp of $100,000 on his head. "In speaking of peace in Asia," the general continued, "I hope you will not think mo presumptuous In placing China and America side by side a strong na tion and a weak one. But China is strong. It needs only a stable Govern ment, .1 rolcaso from Its dictator, to become tho bulwark In Asia's pence. AVo Chlneo who have come to this country find tn you a desiro for prace and an untlpathy to aggression, n feeling simi lar to that of our own people." General Hwong said Yuan Shl-kal can get no money from the warring nations In Europe nnd that tho tlda was turning against him in China. Ho said the peo ple or China appreciated America's stand In refusing to be n party to the recent loan. Four ngents of Yuan Shl-kal are now in tlflt country trying to negotiate a largo loan to aid China's dictator In his schemes. General Hwang said. "Europo has boon thrown into war by a few ambitious men," he said, "and what I fear Is that a few ambitious men may throw Asia Into a terrible war. FIGHTING AT GUADALAJARA Carranza Garrison Attacked by Forces Under General Angeles. SAN LUIS POTOSI. Jlex.. Nov. 23. Sbarp lighting bctuecn the Carrnnzlstas garrisoning Guadalajara and the conven tion's farce under General Felipe Angeles Is reported to have been In progress at that city, the capital of Jalisco, last night Information received here states that General Angeles proposed to capture the city within n fow hours. If ho was well equipped with artillery It is probable that Guadalajara has already fallen. EXPLORERS SEND ANIMALS First Shipment Received From U. of P. Expedition in Brazil. Have you seen tho agouti, the coate, the guam and the ocolot? They are the latest from Brazil, ono of the lands of the maxlxe. The guam is especially gruceful, but the agouti has many quaint steps. The coate, guam, agouti and ocolot dnnco occasionally, and especially when hungry. These animals are guests at the Zoo logical Garden in Fatrmount Park. They have Just arrived from the Interior of Brazil and form the tlrst consignment sent by the University of Pennsylvania expedition, now in South America tn charge of Dr. "VV. C. Farabee. BUILDING BOOM ON THE CLYDE Four Steamships Now in Course of Construction. MONTHEAL, Que.. Nov. an.-Dasplte present war conditions, the Canadian Pa cific, has now four steamers building on the Clyde, Two were launched since the outbreak of the war. The Motagama. sister ship to the Mis sanable, a steamship recently completed and put on the run between Liverpool and Montreal, lias been launched nnd will be rushed to completion. The four ves sels are the Princesses Irene and Mar garet for service on the Pacific coast, the MIssanable and the Metagama for service on the trans-Atlantic runs. The Mlsianable and the Metagama have a dead weight capacity of 7960 tons and an approximate cargo capacity of 6000 tons. The Princess Margaret and Irene are small steamers. MARINES COMING BACK .I , ,1 Sixteen Companies Xeave Vera Cruz for Philadelphia Today, In accordance with the Government's plan for the withdrawal of American troops from Mexloan soil. 16 companies of marines will leave Vera Cms today. They will come north on tbe transport Han cock and the auxiliary cruUer Prairie, and will be quartered permanently at the Philadelphia Navy Yard. This, will be the largest number of men ever quartered at League Island, and will be in pursuance) of the Navy Department's plan to make the: local navy yard the largest marine ba la the country. Upon their arrival br the man will be grant a menth'i leave of atoence. a special dis pensation greJiUd tntm 0 account of their long vigil In Mexico. With the aurtaiM will come Colonel I4t tleton W T. Waller, who will succeed Xajvr OMatfft 3rp Bftfoett co taavutoet at lb 'oe 'WU ttion. PHILADELPHIA MARKETS - 1 ..-. . 1. 1 I, , . , - - 1 1 i if 1, - GRAIN AND FLOUR WIIIJAT. Receipts, 108,145 bush. There was a fair export Irqulry nnd the market ruled steady, titterings were moderate. Quotations- Car lota, In export elevator. No. 2 reo, spot ana riovrroner. ai.Mtti.iit no. re-i ivppirrn, eLiotM. Duluth. J1.2:.HI.2SH ft,101.22i No. 1 Northern CORN Receipts. 2201 buili. The market w dull and prices were 1e. lower. Quota tion Car lots for local trade, as to location. No 2 vellow, old, S2?8SHc.; steamer yellow, old, sm!.!e. OATS. Receipts, 7BR0 hush. Trade more actlvo and prlcei c. higher. Quotation: No. S white, MIMJ5.V.: standard white, SHV854C.; No. il, white, S.li.1!,c. 1'I.OfIL Receipts. 2230 bbls. nnd 2,204, 701 lbs. In sacks, Offerings moderate but ample. Trndo quiet nnd prices without Impor tant change. Ouotntlona per 100 lb In wood Winter clear, 4.7.r4.I)0i do., straight, J3 C.2S) do , patent, !3.rifjft.73; Kansas, straight, Juta aacka, .'v.2Cjt,5.40; do., patent, Juto sacks, I5.40ff3.03: spring, firs clear, S3.10itfl.30! do,, straight, 5.a,-er,.t;0, do., patent, .G3.V00; do., favorite bmnds, nit.W); city mills, choice and fancy patent, 0flO.r,O: city mills, regular grades Winter, clear, 4.7."94.fH)i do., straight, 393.23; do., patent, 15.50(1,1.73. IlVr. Pl.OUlt. Plow of sale, but valuea steadily maintained We quote nearby and Western In wood nt $5.5030. PROVISIONS Trade quiet and prices showed no Important change. Wo quote: City beef, In sets, amoked and air dried, mtfTOi.. Western beef. In acta, smoked. 2'.(n0c. ; city beef, knuckles .and tenders, amoked and air dried, 3o.11c.: West ern beef, knuckles nnd tenders, smoked. SOW Hie.: beef hams. MOSoS; pork family, 524025; hams, 8. P. cured, loose, Hfjll'ic; do., skin ned, loose. Mltffllo., do., do., smoked, 14H 10c: other hams, smoked, city cured, as to brand and nvernge, l.lfllSvtc.i hams, smoked. Western cured, lnxtBUe.; do., holled, bonelesa. 204121c: picnic shoulders. P. I', cured, loose, lli)l12o.. do, amoked. l.lfflS'.ic.l bellies. In rdrkle, nccording to average, loose, lOwlOWc ; breakfast bncon, as ,to brand and average, city cured. 1IW20C.. breakfast bacon, Western cured, lny2fle. , lard. Western, refined. Ilerees, 12ftl2iir do., do., do., tubs, 12(fl2'ic: lard, pure eltv. kettle rencleied, In tierces. 12Jt 12', e.: lard, pure clt. kettle rendeted. tn tubs, IStfUhi. REFINED SUGARS Little trading, but values firmly maintain ed. Iteflnera' list of prices: Standard gran ulated. 5.1. V.. tlno granulated, O.lue. : powdered. n.20c.: ccnfectloners' A, Be.; aoft grades, 4.254r!..S5c DAIRY PRODUCTS CIIIXSK, The market steady under small aiippltcs, but trade quiet, quotations: New York, full-cream, earlier receipts, choice, 15' Vllle : do., du., current make, cholco. 15Hc: do., do., fair to good, 14V4C1BC.: do., part aklms, NJ71:ic. IU.'TTLK-necelnts were light and the market ruled firm with demand readily absorb ing nil offerings of cholco stock. Quotations: Wistrrn, rrcsh, solid-packed creamery, fancy special", .'17e.: extra il.'c; extra firsts. M1S1 .'lie. frsts. :t0f?31e : seconds. 2nit2Hc; ladle packed, 21W2.V.. na to qunllty: nearby prints, tancv, 5Sc. ; do. do., nvernge extra, .inw.iie.; do., firms, U2W35c , do., seconds, 3047.11 c. Special fancy brands of prints Jobbing at 43 S?4."e, KtiOS. There nns a good outlet for the limited receipts of fine newlald eggs and values cro firmly held. Quotations: In free ensca, nearby, cxtrn. 40c. per doz.; nearby firsts, S1II.M) per Btandard ease: nearby cur rent receipts. X0.0oni0.2O per atandard case: "SPECK" CAUGHT AND PHOTOGRAPHED AFTER LIVELY RUN Unmistakably Identified as the Trespasser on Flower Beds and Gardens at Swarthmore. It was following; a long: chase which sent captive nnd captors many times around tho CO by ISO foot lot at the homo of Professor A. T. Gny. In Swarthmore, that rlpeck was caught and photographed today. Ilia picture has been wanted for the collection for a long time, as he stands unmistakably Identified, through footprint evidence, ns the principal ag gressor In many cases of trespass, when (lower beds and gardens suffered. Ills consistent infraction of household rules has caused him to be regarded as Incor rigible. Speck's record as n baby Shetland is somewhat out of the ordinary. It was just three months ago, when the flower beds at Swarthmore were blossoming as fast as they could, that Specie wandered forth from tho paddock back of the sta ble early one morning. Later, when ho became tangled up In a pair of lace cur tains left ovor night on the lawn by a leundress who believed green grass the best of bleachers, he was extricated, for given and returned to his natural guard tan. But lc was not long before he was off on another expeditionary stunt. He engaged for several hours along lines of original research, paralleling and criss crossing In every direction tho carefully cultivated flower beds of the lawn. "When discovered he was caught and returned to the anxious mother In the paddocl: to bo disciplined. Madamo Shetland's ideas regarding her son did not include his posing as a dilettante nor as a walking udvertlsement for a garden seedhause. Ho understood the strength of her ob jection when he recovered from the kick with which she icsented his aromatic presence. Properly discouraged In one direction, however, he set forth hunting trouble in another. In a short time he had scraped an acquaintance with most of tho chil dren of the neighborhood. Many n. young ster resisted the temptation to eat the last bon-bon to bestow It on Speck, Ap ples and cake likewise were collectod for him; and chocolate cakes intended for tho neighborhood sewing circle were denuded of their toothsome covering by Speck's juvenile friends. Thus he came under suspicion of silently aiding and abetting juvenile delinquency, as well as of being a receiver of stolen goods. Speck Is owned by Master Haywood a ay, but it la a toss-up as to which Is boss. SIEGEL'S DEFENSE OPENS; HIS LAWYER CONFIDENT Will Introduce Expert Testimony and Ask Quashing: of Indictment. GBNBSBO, N. Y., Nov. . The de fense In the grand larceny trial of Henry Slesrel, former banker and merchant o( New York city, opened today. According to the plans of John B. Stanchfleld, chief of counsel for the defense, only two wit nesses were to be called. They were Sid ney Salomon, former manager of the 11th street store in New York city, and II. 13. Fernald, an expert aoeountant. Mr. Salomon is new manager of the Siegel Cooper Company of Chicago. Mr. Stanchfleld said that Salomon would be asked to testily to the actions Of Siegel on the day that the Austin Nichols Company check for 164.66. the amount mentioned in tbe grand larceny Indictment, was issued. This was ex pected to show that Siegel bad no per sonal knowledge of the cheek. Mr. Fer nald had compiled charts to combat toe figures Introduced in the testimony by Assistant District Attorney Arthur Train, the prosacutor. Before court opened Mr. staneheMd aid: "It Is aay lntantlo to agk lb &t Ustlatosy In reference to an alleged con spiracy be struck from tbe recejfaV the prosecutor aes failed to nmtjt We CMxee y any resumes). TJee WOK mjt ' faulty and etiouM be Tfce t..at set forth do net mftfl ereu ' Western and Southwestern extra, firsts, 10..O per rase- do., firsts. 10.00010.20 per ci ilif., eceonas, 9 cvu.PV per ease; Southern. fs.40 u per case; refrigerator eggs, at27c. per' dot., as to quality. Fancy selected candu, mer eeieeteii candW fresh eggs were jobbcl out at 41510? POULTRY MVK. Demand fAlr for desirable aloelc and values well sustained on thin description. Quotations: Fowls. Mfflflc; old roosters, ltfi 12; spring rhlckens, according to quality. IS Bloc.: lurkevs, lstJZw.s ducks. 140150,: geese. 14(fl5e,; guineas, young, weighing 2 lbs. and, ?y.cr..P,ce- fee pair, .73c: do,, weighing IB lit lbs. apiece, per pair, 05f70c; weighing l lb, apiece, per pair, me. ; old, per pair, twe.j pigeons, t'r pair, lSQlSc. DRESSED, Demand active for fine deslr able-sited stock and prices firm on this de. serlptton. Quotations- Turkeys Fancy, large, spring, 244723c: average receipts, aprlnsr.ZiW Sic: inrerlor, spring, IO132OC1 No. 1, old, 2d 0-22C Fowls, per lb., selected heavy. ,S0.8 weighing 4V,ft." lbs. apiece, 10c ; do., 4 lbs. apiece, ll8c ; do., sit lbs. apiece, lfte., do, n, lbs. and under, l3fT14e.j old roosters, dry picked, 14e.j broiling chickens, nearby. Weigh 1'43 lbs. apiece, 20fl22cj broiling chicken, nearby, fair to gooit, lturiRc.l chlckena. West orn, i lbs, and over apiece. In boxes or bbls., dry-packed, 20c; do., do., do., Iced, loe ; do., do., :i' Ibe. apiece, fat, 17c I do., do., 2HQ.1 lbs. apiece, lsvifle.l broiling chickens, .west ern, 1HQ2 lbs, apiece, 17c ; broiling chickens. Western, fair to good, 1214c.j spring ducks. Iflffl8c! .spring geese, lOWlRc. Squaba, per dos. Whlto, weighing 11 to 12 lbs. per dos , $-MKM.50: white, weighing 0 to 10 lbs. per dot.. V1.lOfl3.7Si white, weighing 8 .lbs. jr dos., 2.50f)2.73: do., do., 7 lbs. per dox.. Vt 2.23; do., do., (IffOH lbs. per doz., $1.25al.03 dark and No 2, Me.C$1.10. FRESH FRUITS The general market quiet and without Im portant cnange. vjuoiaiions: Apples, per ddi. Jonathan $30.1.50: King, f2.Wft3.23L Dluoh. $7.afl3 25 1 haldwln, f 1.739125! Clreenlng, 1.7502.25 Twenty-ounce, $2.K0fI3; rippln, 1.7532.:5! Tork Imperial. $1 5032; other good -u,,ii 'Hiiriicv, ! .V""j i.ir.tiuiii. 9.1U..W.' apples, Western, per box, $1(71.50: apples, Del an aro nnd Pennsylvania, per hamper, 5oQG0 Lemons, per box, X34J4. Oranges. Florida, per box. $1,7302.50, Clrapcfrult, Florida, per box, $l.5flfr.1. Pineapples, per crate rorto men. t.25f 13.23; Florida, $1172.50. Cranbcrrie". Car Cod, Harly lllack. per libl,, $3114; do., do., do . per crnte. 75c.ft$l.n0: cranberries'. Jersey, per crate 73e.fi$l.,j'. l'ears. New Tork. per hbl - Seckel, $.1,5005; lleurra IIosc. $4(15.50: Shel don, $4?n; llcurre Clalrgeau, $2.50iT.1.5O Ileurre d'AnJou. $2.25fl3.25: Ducheaa, $23j Howell. f2R2.50; other varieties, $203. flrapes. New York Concord, per 8-lb. basket. 13815c,i do., per 4lb. basket, 10311c; Niagara, rr ., lb. basket, 8llc; grapes. Concord, per 20-lb. basket, 3OS40C. VEGETABLES Trade fair nnd values well sustained on choice atock of moat descriptions. Quotations: White potatoes, per hush. Pennsylvania, 6R47 (12c.; New Tork, 4550c.! white potatoes, Jer sey, per basket, .IStNOe.; sweet potatoes, East ern Hhore, per bbl. No. 1, $1.75B2.2J: No. 2. l: sweets, Jersey, per bbl. No. l.f $303,501 No. 2, $282.23: sweeU, Jersey, per basket, B0 70c. Onions, choice, per bush., .COfrOOc: do., oidlnary, iier bush., 40843c.: do., choice, per 10O-lb. bag, Il.limi.1.1: do., medium, per 100 lb. bag, 85c.7$l: do., seconds, per IO0-lb. bap, tOSfiOc. Cabbage, domestic, per ton, $7ps; do., Danish, per ton. $10311. Cauliflower, Near Tork. per crate 73e.(T$1.3C Lettuce, Florida, per basket. $101.25; do., North Carolina, per basket. 75e.O$l. Ileana. Florida, per basket, $101.73; do.. North Carolina, per basket. $l..S 02.20. Celery, New York, per bunch, 15tf3c Mushrooms, per 4-lb, baskot, $101.00. GIRL, ARMED, WAITS FOR BLACK HAIDERS AW QTDWT MYRNftR I- Miss Constance Kopp, An noyed for Months, Main tains Unrenounced Vigil at Place Named in Letter HACKBNSACK, N. J., Nov; 23.-3Iiaa Klorctte Kopp and Miss Constance Kopp, who have been terrorized for- several months by means of Black Hand threats and tho discharge of flrenrms at night on tho farm near Wyc'koff. where' they live with their mother, have received another letter, which reads as follows: "Madam We demand $1000 or we will kill you. Give Monee to girl dressed In black at the corner of Broadway and Carroll street. Paterson, Saturday night. If you don't pay we will fire your house. We know your horse and wagon. Wo live In Paterson. Ha ha! II, IC Si Co." Miss Constance Kopp, the elder of the two sisters, waited at the corner In Pat erson until 9 o'clock on Saturday night, but no girl dressed tn black approached as though seeking $1000. Miss Kopp tnen left for her htfme. She had a revolver ccncealed In her muff and was ready to use It. Sheriff Heath, of Hackensack, and some of his deputies patrolled the neigh borhood of Broadway and Cart-oil street In an automobile for an hour, closely notching Miss Kopp and all -women dressed In black who passed thia corner. The Kopp family lived happily together on the Wyckoff farm until ono day last June when the first anqnymouo letters reached them. Then nocturnal prowlers began to discharge revolvers and shut guns under the bedroom windows at the farm. After county detectives had failed to capture the prowlers and the Post Office authorities had failed to And the Black Hand letter writers Sheriff Heath sta tioned a guard at night at the farm. This watchman Is still on duty. The Misses Kopp recently won a verdict of $0 In a suit against Harry Kaufman, a Paterson silk manufacturer, whose au tomobile struck the buggy in which they were riding last June. Kaufman did not pay the 150 until one day recently, when Miss Constance Kopp. seeing him going along Main street, Paterson. in his automobile, created a scene by running after the machine. A traffic policeman stopped the automobile. Then It was, seized, to satisfy the judgment and Kauf man paid Miss Kopp the JM. On another occasion Kaufman, while motoring with, a party of friends, berated Miss Kopp In passing her In the street. He was arrested and fined W. The Misses Kopp are attractive young women. The family is well to do. The authorities have granted the young women permission to carry revolvers. "If.we ever catch a strange man sneak ' Ing around our house after dark we will use the revolvers." said Miss Constance Kopo. 1915 AUTO LICENSES READY ' 1 1 1 1- 1 State Highway Department Shipping Them by Parcel Post. Automobile Uoensea for lSli wtl fee shipped to owners from the State IIlsAe way Department by parcels post Wet year. Applications for licensee aheuM fft made early as the parcels poet w sjse taxed to the utmost during the heJWIr S4HWH. The bkw licenses bo Into effect Jan 1 wu. Pour thousand licenses air have been taken out by automflUfle wk era. Tsf department expects W gTOK 19,0S licenses for next year. PRB8ICENTS 0&HANKSfJiTI3er Mr. Wilson to Spend Holiday '"Wit. . Daughter at WUllatTw.v WA8HINOTON, Nev. tt-Preeidesu w aon will leave WaeUagiou xmxuttrtrw sefb for WlUUmeiowu. li., to U Use Meet Of bis dAuftMier. Mre- Ftewcse SftVfe. Styre over Tpjw oy- ,JP as ltaeiijilrte4Weee He anil return WeisrfSaflOQ Trt nHeHsM '' ..'-' AWM AW a, -i 2 4 .Jsj 4 k&JL&&Z a,?? , ssfe sfeaar gfeg - tx 0tQ'-Jl crv c sLjSl jsV ffl'F'ffilSssWHBssasHassCT "