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EVENING LEDGEE-PHIIiADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1914.
w 13 r BOND PRICES UP IN H. Y. TRADING; RBIGHSMARKS RISE Market Developed Strength 'During Afternoon New York Central Defers Dividend. HEW YORK, Deo. . During the after noon the bona market aevciopea i atrength, ftithouglf trading vtaS not aot- 1t, and prices were generally up from J last night's closing. In some cases over a f point The two principal topics of in- t tercet today were the notion of tho New Torlt Central directors In deferring tho regular quarterly dividend of 1V4, per cent. ' Md another rlso In relehsmark exchange 1 to a new high level for the present move ment Colorado and Southern .refunding Us were a feature, advancing 2 points to 76 from yesterday's close. The sharp rise ni nM in be the result of tho action i of the Miners' Union Jn calling off tho J strike In the Colorado coal fields. Mls fsourl Pacific 4s were active, being up ',i points. 6 The most active Issue was the 6 per am cent, debenture bonds, when Issued, of SfT ine Viunsotiuateu xau t-uuiftfci.jr vi .ion Tork, which was aamjtted to the list shortly after noon. The opening trans action was mado nt 110H. a block of JHOO changing hands. Tho price later dropped to 110. Tho total 'sales wore 1110,000. Tho bonds aro due In 1920. . Inspiration Copper receipts, 3d paid 6s. which 'were strong In the trading yes terday, were up H. Texas Company convertible 6s woro up 1, while Lorlllard 7s woro up 2 points at 41. - The vigorous buying which made IWck Island Issues prominent features In the lost two weeks was no longer In evidence, and those Issues sustained, moderate losses under small selling. There was diminished trading-In stocks, through the Clearing Houeo and on tho eurb. United States Steel common was ment ofshrd shrdl c shrd cshreshrdcmfwy heavy, with offerings at 48H The state ment of unfilled orders to bo published tomorrow Is expected to Bhow a decrease of over 00,000 tons, as new business has been slow and under the output of the corporation. Stock Exchange authorities are prepar ing a now ruling In regard to trading In International Issues. The purpose Is to prevent trading in stocks in which foreign holdings are large, but Important foreign bankers state that all American Issues, from COrn Products to Sears-Roebuck, nro held in large amounts on the other side of the Atlantic, and that an embargo against so-called international Issues would prevent trading In all but a few stocks. Brooklyn Rapid Transit- Is tho most Important exception, foreign hold ings of that stock being comparatively small. Exchange on Berlin continues so strong as to cause general comment. There was a further advance to 02&, for Relchsmark cables, with the supply so small and demand so urgent that sellers could practically fix their Own prices. Tho demand Is still attributed to sales of Gorman-held bonds, but bank ers with Berlin connections Insist that heavy Imports of German goods through Scandinavia and Holland have been so large In the last week as to give a good reason for the sudden demand for remit tances to Berlin. Nine ships from this -ittAttffiv ef rtrmnn rnmmArA Yinva. nr 1 rived at this. port. In Ulio-last.. week, all neaviiv ifinAn with irman pnna ,.. W.A n.HBllnt. ..f.4 r. . i Gtl t . Jt , at i.r,Y Announcement that the New York Cen tral had decided to defer action on the Quarterly dividend of 1U. Der dent, caused much comment In tho street Tho an nouncement came as a surprise, although there had been considerable comment re cently as to whether the dividend would be declared. Inasmuch as the company's earnings! havo not been showing up well In comparison with last year. Simitar action was also taken by the Lake hore, an underlying company. -0011 money loaned at 3?4 per cent., and "there Beemed to be an, oversupply. N. Y. CENTRAL DEFERS COMMON DIVIDEND Quarterly Payment of Xi Ver Cent. Postponed lake Shore Follows Suit. NEW YORK, Dec, 9,-The dlreotors of tho New york Central and Hudson River Railroad Company at a meeting this morning decided to defer payment of the quarterly dividend of 1U per cent on the stock due In January, The last payment was made on Octo ber IK Tha Y.nlrit Rhnm and ..ffVtln.a. h Southern directors also decided to defer tna mviaenu op the stock. The last pay ment was per cent, on July 29. President Smith, of the New York Cen tral, issued a statement saying that this action was taken because of the ap proaching consolidation of the two roads. GOM) ITJND ABRANOEMENTS i' Commutes Will I"urntsh French, and English Banks With Credit. NEW YORK, Dec. 9. According to latest advices, the Gold Fund Commit tee has completed arrangements with the Bank of England and Bank of France to furnish them with Immediate credit at ny time, should it be deemed necessary, pending a cal) on subscribing banks for any outstanding contribution of gold to tha 1107,000,000 fund. This is with the Idea of putting the committer In the way or an Immediate supply of foreign exchange In case, of any urgent necessity, such as excessive liquidation n the stock market, etc. The gold committee has so far called upon subscribing banks for per cent of their subscriptions and only W,W0,C00 of this gold has up to the present been shipped out of the country, BANK STOCKS DEPRESSED Bales at Auction Show losses In Sev eral Issues, There were general decline established in the auction sales of local bank and trust company shares today. Tha widest fall was M points In CJIrard National Bank- Corn Exqhango National Bank lost J9, maH Darby JJank B. There was also a 5 jxjiot decline Jn Mutual Trust, and J In ?ootlnental-Eiuitabl Treat ehareji. qi xaM Trust Steele fluetuated Irregularly tttwwn k&l and STB, Tha last previous eaU was at ITS. American Dredging g&area were down UVi. j ' I w- HIJJTNCr STOCK QUOTATIONS TONOPAlf STOCKS. Bid. Atki Bid, Butler ... .W . Tea su&a .. ,vo -ue, too. bbc. ,Ti:: KS fig":; t .ft ww .. . goufiblx stotscs- Bel MltJClvUji.SfcOf..! ..- - m ', W im e ftw im tt art ink ' 1 H 4tW., H . WVK . ,Oi US NEW YORK BOND SALES 1000 Amer Zflde Ii . . . .100 , 100 100 2000 Amer Ic. deb Os 83'i 83H . 85CO0 Am Tel cvt 4H . Mt OJK JH 1000O Atchison gen U l HJH jotw Atchlwn ct -it tew. . . til ooH 1 BO0O At!p Co Line lit 4s. . PDll 8!i gH POM Hullo A Ohio 3H-..- WS MM ! COW) Malt A Ohio 4. S 8? 83 8J00 Halt A Oh ev 4tt. . . 84V4 84 8454 8000 tth Bteel rM 84S sH 4000 flroekn nap 118 Tr Bs 09, W 0 400O Uroolt tin Klv lst.ls. t?8J4 0SJ4 08'i 1000 Cal Oas A Else Ss..,l ojji ,Jlj 1000 Cnnsda South B.....l02(i 1WH lw 000-) cnt leather 1st f. 0J WJf. 80 5000 ont Pso 1st 4 80i gdU Ui 1000 Cent Vermont 4 T04 70ji Tots 1000 ChM Oh.er 4 0U W 60, EOOO Ches A Ohio m W M k64 2)0 Ohl A Nwn Con 5s....l00 lUO'4 lpOU 80U0 Ch A q Joint ... 03' 04 MH 1000 Chi 11 A ret ?4H ?fH sooo chi n a y iiraMj..,..8i,. si M 1000 Ch Mil A St P cpM.ioli 101i lOIJi WOO Chi Mil A Bt P cv 44s. t4 5i t3 7000 Chi Mil A BtP pen 4s. uni D7 4 07H 1000 CM Mil A P ff 4o..... ml 88( SSI SCOW Chi II I A P col 4s... 27 SO 2J 65O00 Chi IllAPcol 4s tr etfs. 20l SW 20 SWO Col A 80Uth ret 43H., Jj 75 70 lowo con o co 6t tt i..i,u6i ioo; loo?; 2W Vl A Itud ref ,4s..,. 01 Jl 01 WOO Pl A Huil M 4s 1918 08K 08 9H wm .FiAiMll ttnl 1.... Ill A4 01 1000 Dls Bcur Corp 5s.... M'i 874 87 100DOT)uPont Powd 4V4s....,gW ,W 8000 Kmt Tn VAO eon Bs.lOK lostf 103 irs- f.n .I ....... fVAl tVliA III J VW .szt UVi -sn.e - i' i' Wit L-l- f.M Pnn Rat.....1(Yi 10O 1 CO 2W0 OeorU-AU Bs. ...... lWMJ 10OJ1 100H ISOOO Jntp cv ret 8d pd 6s.. 07 , MX 14000 littorb 4lt 4V4 . !H Ji li Iran rfrt mv 4Ua T4 74 ,4 2000 1nterb II T ref Bs.... Wi OOH W 1'JOO mternl rpr evt B.. 82i BJH wi 0000 XCFt S A Ht 4 B74 OTli 07 0000 Kentuoky Cent 4 84 84 84 nwo Aitif as i bs. ..ioo p; loo 1000 UK. Bh deb 4s IKS.... 00 WU 00 1 100) Leh Vl of N r 414... 8H Mh 80S TO Lie A M T Bs 100,, 100 100 18000 do 7 W1M HI,. 121J4 "35000 Lorlllrd 8s ".S2 .OS" .SJ 40U) do 71 122 122 122 6000 Minn A St it 4 44 44 44 WHO Mo Ken A T 2d 4s-... B3 63 M 1000 Mo Kan A T rtd 4... 40 4 40 71000 Mo P0 4 41 30J1 41 7000 Mo rC CV 81 i HOti 5H 3BS 1000 Mo PRO 4s, 101T...... 00,, 00,, 00 1000 Mont rower Bs BOH l)4 J0J4 2000 N T C Ij S 8V4.. 80 804 JM4 11000 NT C t. 8 col a 0J4.. 70 70 70 1000 N T City 4s. 1050 05 0.1 PS POOO N Y City U. 106.1,. 10.T1 ira4 10-IH 1000 N Y Oss 11 & P Bs..iomj tOH4 100V ifmn m v n it a it rt nniC ofliC so'' BOOO N Y Ilwy trt 4 , 70j4 704 70' Kvnt jn i jiwy nuj Ds...... .1.17 ihf .. !UVin TSnrt Jt, Vem11rvl iU. OHU OOU f)0' "OiW Nor I'ae prior 4s .... 80J 80J 8W 2000 do n 3s t! rau u ntnn cin, Mim-t i. rr Am K&U ArAL A51 r ir ;i-". j- ,-- - .-...- --.o --..!. a,. 1BO0O Penna cvt 314s 1D1B... mi OUH 00W 1)000 do cv 3Ur Wi no (W44 G( do 4s 1IM8 ........ 09(4 Otl 00 Btioo nny Con Copper 6s....lO!4 104 1 IOI 10OO Ittndlnc ten 4s D2U 1)24 02 IVKiOO Itnrk Inland Kn ...... W) BS 58 lootui do rid 4s ivjh wi 200O St I. I M A So Rtn Bs. 98 OS OR , 1000 St V I M A QIC 4s.... 0.V4 lH 5K irivo stL, A s P rf 4j ret ata B8 bh B9 5(100 Seaboard A b sdj Bs.. 04 04 04 , 2(") South Iloll 6 OrtH IHHi lU 1C000 South Pac col 4s M54 83U 83i 1000 South Pac cvt J S0S 8074 110000 do cv rct'f p 8 1W34. 054 '".I 20000 South Pne rfd 4s 84)4 844 84J4 1000 South Rwy gen 4s.... (155 055 054 22IXK) South Itwy con S.... 00i OSti, OlU OOOTOTnit Co'cvt (Ii I7U 07 nv.i 7000 Third Ave ref 4s 7SIJ4 7011 7Hi tOWl Third Ave odj Bs 751 75 754 5000 IT 8 Oovcrn 3s 100 100 100 200O II S TUIbbor 6s 101 101 101 700CO V S Steel 5 100 0!!l 10U 2000 IJnlon Pso 1st 4 OS 05,, 05 , 7000 Va I C A C 1st 8.... OB15 05'4 0B4 2000 Vs. nvy Bs ...00 DBt, 1)55 3nno Wabish 1st pret 4s... aa .17 37 r.000 Wabash 2d Bs.... S7 87 87 1000 Wnb Equ ct ta 4s. ..3 34 34 BOOO Wab-P Ter 1st ct 4j.. 8 8 s 4floo west n a m cvt a.. sot; sou R4 10O0 Wfrt Union 4H SrtJ4 884 80'4 2000 Wlscon Cent gen 4s... S3i 834 8;iU LOCAL STOCK AND BOND SALES 2:30 Ket. Cge. Open. High. Low. P.M. 3K5 Cam Steel . . 40 100 Con Tr N J.. 72',4 151 Elo Co Am.. 484 lB'n Qen Asp pf. . eo 77 Ins Co N 'A. 21 200 Koy Telo ... 1114. iu ao prer .... ow id i,en 23 )o 125 I.eh 1012 Pcnna :il I'nua biec. . .. IB Plilla Tr 7Dt 14R ncadlnir SOU 25 Union Traa . r.W, I Un a Imp.. 82(4 28 W J A Sea.. 60 Loss. aam. ale. $.10 Cam Steel cp 000) Eleo A Peo Tr 4s t o 1000 Inter St Itys 4s, 7000 I. Nov cons 4is,,... 1000 do reir 4000 I, Vnl gen con 4H.. 1D0O Market St CI 4s (471 Phlla Co scp 1000 Phlla Eleo 4s, t c. .... 1000 Peo Pass rty-ls...... 300O Snanlsh-Amer Ir 6s., 1000 U S Steel Bs....,..i 2:30 P.M. wn. 70 BO OS OS MK 01 7S 82 100U lOOiS Hleh. !;sw ,. 70 ,. BO , .' OR ,. n8 ::8S .. 01 ,. 78 . 82 ,. loots ..loovi Low. OHH T sn os l)H 0ftj 111 01 7S 82s 10014 1004 HALF HOURLY SALES 10 to 10.30 A. Id. 1 TAto storasre. m 10 Penna nna : 52U do, , 524i !ht Phlla Eluctrlo 3 zi ina co N Am. 1 . 3 Penna 52'i . 45 Penna B2H 1105 a en Asp prf. 00 6 Cam Steel... 40 100 dan. Asp pfd. Ad 100 Penna nSTi 10 do ., B'J'i 11 Read 24 Penna 28 Readme 200 Oen Asp pfd." 0 ft I.ehlgh rti va 'ah 64 (H 40 neadln 5 IV J A S... 50 2 Penna -. .... 52T4 B LemgB vai, tn BONDS. tlG Cam. Steel scp. PJH 10O0 Lsh Nav Cons 4V4s , US 1000 : 1 in nav cons iy' r. ua 1() u Steel 5s, 100H 10.30 to 11 A. M. 50 Lehigh Val.. 85U B Union Trac, 8o;4 a Penna. ...... Glhi 40 Qen Asp pfd. HO BO Ins Co N Am. 21 100 Penna ....... B2i; loo do,., B2J 200 do... B2V 20 do B2J lOO Keystona Tel. 11W 20 Reading .... Otifi Tenna . .,.. n.:i 250 do.,.. B2 BONDS. tea Phlla qo sep1 WW l..h Nav cons 44s IOOO dec A Peoples, Trac 4s tr ctfs.. Phlla Co sop.,,, ,.,.., 11 to 11.30 A. M. 20 Reading" .... OOTi 1 Penna .... BONDS. 1000 Elec A Peoples Tr 4s tr ctfs.... 1000 Leh, Valley gen cons IH 11.30 A. K. to 13 M. S5 Phlla Eleo... fei'i B Lehigh Yl 01 , OS 78)5 , or 32Ti 781, M SI8 10 Penna 1 u a 1 0 Phlla Trac. 7014 200 Cam Steel... 40 B0ND3. 4000 Elee t People's Trac 4a tr ctt. 1000 Market St Kiev 4s.,....,.,.,.. 13 to 13,30 P. MT. Kl Gen Aid dM. 60 1 Vf J "A 8. 70 03 BO . 70 20 Penna , B3K , t'i 1M CT of N J. T2H 100 do..., BONDS. 1060 Eleo Peoples Tr 4s t c, SOOO Leh Val gen cons 4Hs.. 13.30 to 1 P, M, 70 10 'Phlla Traa. TO 80 10Ih Nav 73V4 10 Keystona Tel. 69 10 Unlet) Trac. Penna Kilt 75 dm K1 . xvj Neq elorage, 10 iw go. IB Lett Nav t e, 75(4 8 do. BONDS'. 1000 People Pas Rwy 4. t o. . 100 (Poll. Sec .....,.,. I to 1,30 P, H. 40 40 orh!tf..?u?:' as 3 10 Ublrb Val. 5 ... 66 l BONDS. SOOO Snanlsh Am 6s tw 1000 BlK A People tr4s t 0.. ...... j... 70 1000 mec A i'eoplen tr 4s t c, .....;.. 70 100O Spanish Am 6. 100H 1,30 to a P, M. 10 Penna B2U 3 Lehigh Val.. 55 100 Keyelen Tl. 11H 8 la Co N Am. 21 4S)Uhigh Vl..6H BONDflj ,VS &SrSSi :;;.v::;;;;:::::; Z to 3.80 P, JOT. icsai say JORM4U18 ..SJ1M' as .,SBlB-ia lBWEiS. itr " IV 1 ja m Jav t 9, 7R 1 a, - eat. 1000 UB. ar taii.,i,M,.)ll., sa I' jl II I III. MONEY EASES J tMflMO'MI S Barvo BaukV DiMuit aUJs V JI1 Sll .141 72J4 72J 72 .. 481 88 48-4 68 6(1 (18 t 21 21 2t 1 11 "i 11U lt4 4 50 BO BO sav ... I0i ia '7 "MS T 11 t c 73 7MJ 75 75i . . Vftl .... B4K CO OIK 655 52tC 5214 B2i B2?j k --'.1 . t n 7ntl 70 70U 70 (SOU 60),, .10)4 soU SOW .. 824 2!i 25 ',i BO SO BO PhUldjJlsbU. ....,.,,.,.., S f3 41He' rK s Ifij iB sPlMJlBlsl M irt h t &GtMC ttfufmjemn mm m0U LEHIGH VALLEY STRONG FEATURE IN PHILADELPHIA Stock Makes New Top Price on Local Exchange. Heavy Transactions in As phalt Preferred and Penn sylvania. Tho local market developed distinct strength In spots today. Interest at first centred on an unusually lirgo tran saction in General Asphalt preferred, A single block of 1195 shares changed hands At (t. This pride was specially arranged by Uio Stock Committee, tho previous minimum having beeri 87. It Is understood that It represented the taking ov,er of a long outstanding account by n welt-known Chestnut street brokerage houso. Later more stock camo out, all at iS. The goneral Philadelphia list showed distinct strength led by Lehigh Valley. New York houses wero asking their Phil adelphia correspOndentSytoday what was tho caOso of tho activity In Valley, anil the reply was Improving earnings. Tho stock Is ncfar up $ points from tho low point established July 30. Keystona Telephone and Electria Storage Battery also Improved, whllo Pennsylvania was active, nearly 1000 shares changing hands before noon. Thero was a rise of a full point In Electric and People's U. - A. feature or tho Iato trading was tho increasing activity In Philadelphia Elec tric which advanced to 23, all offerings nt that figure finding 'ready purchasers. Lehigh Navigation moved up to 754. BankerB wero reported to bo discussing a reduction In tho rate on outstanding call loans today. New loans aro being made quite frequently nt 5H. and even as low as B per cent, whereas tho old rato of 6 per cent. Is still maintained on old commitments. The banks were offering four, five and sis months money frcoly at ii per cent. One uptown broker stated today that he had old call loans standing at 6 per cent, and new ones at S per cent, both with the same bank. RAILROAD EARNINGS THXA3 AND PACIFIC. 1014. Decrease. October revenue Net From July 1 Revenue Net f 18.104.22.168.13 (128,022 W4.SU) C004,0OI 1,010,072 RUTLAND. 2 in, cat 17,71)2 110.300 7,353 154.081) 40,013 $SI0.29 1,576,735 October revenue $334,201 Net 103, THAI From January 1 Operating menue f2,0S:,5AS Net 865,503 ILLINOIS CENTRAL. Nov grots . . Five months' .. 14,048.771 ,. 27,240.018 MISS. VALLEY gross. YAZOO & Nov gross 11,003,103 Five months' gross.... 4,856.702 OREAT NORTHERN, November gross 8,104. 760 From July 1, gross 35,B83,2tH J255.214 407,407 11,521,509 4.310,751 SECURITIES AT AUCTION The folonlng securities were sold at auction by Messrs. llarnes A Loflland today; 25 ahs Mutual Trust 3.1 10 she. People's Nat Fire Ins lt'i B alia People's Trust ,...,... 43 S2000 notes of F. A. & A, B. Davis, 0 per cent col.; 11500 notes tho Pinellas Ks tate, Inc., 0 per cent.; 11 shs Pinellas Estate. Inc.: 6 shares tha Pinellas Es tate. Inc.: lot I1C00 15 ahs Corn Exchang Nat. nnW.,, . ,..;'- 10 shs Darby Bank 55 ,20 shs Darby Bank 65 .5 shs Olrard National Bank......... 313 10 aha Contlnental'Equltable Trust 1)2 15 shs Olrard Trust , 8.11 10 do 87 o oa oia 4 shs Penna Co for Ins on Lives and Onuitlnc Annuities iUIIH 013 12 sl.s Penna Ware & Safe Deposit.. 81 10 52(4 HIS 80 15 shs Phlla Life Ins 4 shs Pennsylvania n R . 4 shs American Dredging 70 shs Balem Brass & Iron Mtg BONDS. 112.50 Cambria Steel scrip Ofl'.i .ou t'njenixviiie, vauor runs w irai- ford Electrta Railway So c 10.1 100 Phoenix Construction, a p c col... 35 BANK CLEARINGS Bank clearings today compared with corre sponding day last two years: 1014. 1013. 1012 Philadelphia. $23,702,272 120,087.110 JHl.sna.tKA New York....213,OU7.302 285,847,340 401.000,700 POBEION EXCHANGE MARKET NEW YORK, Dec. 0. The foreign exchange market was eaeler this morning with demand sterling on ' at ,! ; cauies, 4,STj : trance cables. J.lJ'i i marks, 024. In tha afternoon, marks, cables, reacted to 02V&. Demand sterllnr was quoted 4.87 and cables i,.87JV wUn francs B.UHi. Bill to Prote Cotton Exchange WASHINGTON, Dec. 0. Alleging that tht. method of the New York Cotton Exchange since It reopened. In hammering down prices, has reeulted In the loss to the cotton planters of the South of many million of dollars. Con gressman Trlbble, of Georgia, has Introduced a resolution to Investigate the exchange. It Is now before the House Rules Committee, NE.W YORK COPPEE MARKET NEW YORK, Dec, O.-The coffee market opened strong, price up S to 7 point. Decem ber, 0.2760.20.; January, B.31tt0.40o.; Feb ruary, 6.4038.50c.; March. U0O.BOc.; April. a.o0ea60c.; May. U85(f1.66c,i June, 6.45 6.61a.; July TJW7.3ao.: August, 7.40c.: Sep tember, T.4S7.35c Sale. 70CO bags. ' r 11 a. m. Prices December, 0.20c,; May, pref.. 7.350,; September, 7.60c. Reserve Rediscount Rates Reduced WASHINGTON. Pec. 9.-A reduction of 1 the rediscount rate of from t to fii per cent, on paper of 30-day maturity In the Federal reserve districts of Bt. Louis, Atlanta, Dallas and Minneapolis was au thorized by the Federal Reserve Board today. This puts these banks on equal ity with New York. BAR.8H.VER Commercial bar silver waa quoted at 4944 tents in New York, olt H. cent. 1 11 . , 1 1 1 Park Transportation Co.'s Year The Falrmount Park Transportation Company reports tor the year ended. Oc. tober 31 gross earnings of fl.6S!. Net earnings were 132.167, leading ft deUel; of ... Standard Gas Dividend Passed BW YORK. Daa. D. Tha standard da ght Company failed to dea eoUre a dividend h the oammon Steele today. Six woatlw io a dividend ol lii per. cent, was decland oa Iu aaoimnn stock and at least (our r9dins; MBl-anntul dlvldenda w 1 the rate at 1 rate ot ih regular pre- oent. sMnl-aanoslly, ni rat was dt m uoajartJ. WAY OP linrENTQR IS HARD - ISSIBBIIIII ISSSIISP H Man Implores Christmas Shoppers to Give Bftm a jfearing. Somewhere In 'the city today there U a man wandering; around Imploring abp Pr and other st bear to 10s vlan deailos; with a, firelssa $ lights. He rode on tba Marks atreM e4ewUad-u-way train this morning-, tie was artntd wtb. plctprlal dtennBg wmI s-aHtd HWtftlf Chri4ms sfcoypetn m Um Uaia Utd U bis tat. Otif4 ru4 to give hin aay cMir8at Wkn tba Urate smhVmI BeHb s4aet atatleit h ilghi4. Wt mauU atare sVrpt ibu (wane of Us J.tUWU ware, tnis-tatvg. Ai'aA lat sn tna wystMioua tasvenior M maJUna; h. dw Uuiu trt. (lvli.i bU ulvhuiuh vull bjs ktsa mot lue :k BjUaiin latyssM. &sssaHBP!lB HB 'if! Thoto by Mathllde Weil, CHARLES J. RHOADS Mr. Rlionds. who ts governor of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, will go to Wash ington this afternoon, where he will attend the first conference of the governors of the 12 Federal Reserve Banks, which will be held tomorrow, Friday and Saturday. The conference was called for the purpose of exchanging views and discussing other matters of in terest to the new banks, the first month's operation of which will close on next Monday. COTTON TRADING QUIET Opening1 Steady, Ono to Two Points Under Closing Prices. NEW YOltIC, Dec. !. There was very little feature to tho cotton market this morning, and. with the exception of tho buying of nearly nil months by Hontz, trading was exceptionally quiet. Tho opening was steady, one to two points under last night's finals. The market showed little change dur ing thq afternoon, prices ruling about net unchanged for December and some 3 to 4 points net lower on later mouths. It Is reported that another steamer with cotton' for Germany Is lying at Charles ton with about 8000 bales and may be cleared at any time. Prices were as folowj: 2:30 Yea. close. Open High. Low, P.M. December .... 7.03 7.04 7.03 7.01 7.0 January ..... 7.21 ,. .. MFirrh 7.40 7.SI) 7.31) 7.S5 7.115 May 7.BI) 7.5(1 7.BS 7.B3 7.B4 July 7.77 7.73 7.74 7.70 7.70 October 8.00 S.OO 8.00 7.01 7.04 FINANCIAL BRIEFS Tho antjiracito collieries, which have been generally Idle this week, resumed today. Prairie Oil nnd Qns rose ES points at the opening on the New York curb. A membership on the Chicago Stock Kxcluingo sold for $93), up 100 from the Inst previous sale. A Board of Trade membership sold for $2250, up 0. The Bank of North America retired $100,000 cmorgency currency and the Kensington National Bank JU.00O at tho local Subtreasury. A minimum prlccof 031i was fixed on United Stntes Steel 5 per cent, bonds In Philadelphia. Albert H. Wlggln, ' president of the Chase National Bank of New York, has been elected n director of tho American Sugar Refining Company, to succeed Henry E. Nlese, who resigned. The American Gas and Electric Com pany has declared an extra dividend of 2 per cent, on the common stock, payable In common stock. New York banks gained $241,000 from tho Subtreasury yesterday and since Fri day havo lost 911,140.000. Official announcement was made that tho recapitalization plan of the United Profit Sharing Corporation calls for the distribution of four shares of new stock to each holder of one share of the original Issue. This stock will be sold to the holders of record at $1 a share. New stock will be Issued February 1. .The Consolidated Gas trustees have voted to permit stockholders to subscribe on January 8 to the extent of 23 per cent, of their holdings to the new debentures. Stockholders of record December 19 at 12 o'clock will be permitted to subscribe. It Is estimated that since December 1 the United States Steel Corporation has taken h greater volumo of new orders" than for the samo period in any of the last several months. Shipments thus far in December have not averaged as heavy as November. The November unfilled tonnage, which will be made public to morrow. Is expected to show about 226,000 tons decrease. Only routine business was reported after the Pennsylvania Railroad direc tors" meeting today. The Clearing House Committee of the New Yprk Stock Exchange ruled today that no more orders In odd lots will be received at the Clearing House after to day. Exchange members were advised to send their orders In odd lots to deal ers who have registered at the Clearing House. NOTES OF THE IU1X The Pennsylvania Railroad has placed an order with Its Altoona shops for 1030 all-steel box cars. Railroads of the Southwestern territory have filed tariffs with the Interstate Commerce Commission, effective January . advancing freight rates from S to 15 per oent It Is expeated that tha Com mission will suspend the Increases. A number of roads aro arranging speci fications for rails for delivery next year. but In nearly every case orders will fall iar snort or as year ago. The Great Northern has bought 31 steel passenger cars from, the Baney & Smith Company. Westmoreland Coal Company is IB tho market for lOO steel cars, half gotyiolas a&4 balf hoppers. Tbr ts an Inqulr fer m.m steel ties for $ to io)faf 1 11 ii aim r, 1 1 IfBW YOKK OUBB QTJOTATO0NS sfffiwiW".;::::": la fc ;:!.-:: Hi ii M : ii" - ::::::. : S A tt i :iun 74 S V"i- . . 4 4 U reauei du . . S4 iar Blot aa 41 is irr -...:::::: ..iif im lullea Frufli ............. iit II k. BJU WHEAT STRONGER ON FAIR BDYING AT CHICAGO TODAY Steadiness Abroad and Re ports That Farmers Are Selling Less Freely Inspire Confidence. CHICAGO, Dee. 3. Wheat was stronger this morning on moderate commission houso buying, Inspired by steadiness abroad and reports that farmers In Kan sns, Oklahoma and Nebraska were sell ing less freely, and asking higher prices. Longs sold on tho bulge, however, and tha market reacted. Wire service to the East was poor and trade was again hampered. Statistics wero Incomplete, At Liverpool business was dull, but winter offers thero were firmer, nnd an advance of 3d. was paid for Pinto In some cases. News regarding; tho weather In Argentina was conflicting. Some ndvlces said that conditions wero fine there, while others stated that the weather wns unsettled, with some 'rain. Semiofficial reports havo been received that the area of winter and spring wheat In Itussla shows a decrease of 2,111,000 acres. Rumania reports a. material increase In the nrca of wheat, with tho weather favorable. Reserves there, however, are small, owing to large purchases by Ger many and Austria before the war. Tho now crop In Bulgaria Is doing well. Crop developments In France are satisfactory. Rain has fallen over a large area in Australia. The receipts of wheat hero todav wero 174 cars. In the United States, rain or snow throughout the winter wheat belt has been of great assistance. Corn opened a little firmer on unsettled weather, but reacted. Recolpts continue large. The cash demand Is poor. Tho arrivals here today were 819 cars. Oats wero quiet; after opening steady, prices reacted. The recelDts here tndnv wero 210 cars. Leading- futures ranged as follows: Wh-.. .,.-u ,... "''rday'a Ix)w. Close, close. December .. 1.16', 1.1(1', ti:AsM:?.JJi Mav J.ii 1.21 H 1.21i 1, torn tnaw aeii-cry) December ftfat 0! 03!. 02 S 48Ji Olri 02U ess .uay Oats llecember May I-ard January llayl .... Hltjs January May . .. Tork January tatl 4i'4 47J4 47 tm :S8 .. 0.S2 ..10.03 ... 0.77 ..10.12 ...IS 22 0.82 10.03 0.77 V.07 tO.77 o.'ir '0.07 tlO.03 0.77 10.12 0.77 0.77 10.07 10.07 0.7S 10.07 1S.22 1S.U2 18.12 tl8.12 18.1B 18.02 18.B2 118.53 May 18.G2 tAsked. 11. lid. LIVE STOCK QUOTATIONS CHICAGO, Dec. 0. HOGS. Receipts, 27, 000. Market 10 15c. higher. Allied and butchers, 0.7O7.7O; good heavy, 17.3387.03; rough heavy, 13.7007.20; light, 10.0387.75; pigs. 3.eO00.S0l bulk. 17.1O7.80. CATTLE Receipts, COOO. Market 1 Oil 13c. higher. Beeves, S0.IOttll.73; cows and heifers. $3.0038.00; stacker and feeders. 14.50410 73: Texans, 17.23 08.10; calves, 8O.W. SHEEP Receipts, 10. 000. Market strong. Native and Western, 1011 25c. higher. Natlvo and Western, $3.5030.30: lambs. 13.0038.40. Philadelphia Markets GRAIN AND FLOUR WHEAT. Receipts, 107.220, bush. The market ruled steady with a fair foreign In quiry, quotations: Car lots. In export ele vator. No. 2 red, spot and December, 11.18W 1.1UW: No. 3 red Weatern1;S1.2201.24; No. 1 Northern Duluth. 1 1.27 H3 1.20 VJ. CORN. Receipts, 0000 bush. Trade was quiet, but there was no change In price. Quo. tatlons: Car lots for local trade, 'as to loca tion. No. 2 yellowy old, 81HlHo.: steamer yellow, old. 80i81c: new jellow, a to quality, 00700.: new cob, per 70 lbs., 07 tt U80. OATS. Receipts. 31,227 bush. Demand was light and prices were yc. lower. Quo tations: No. 2 white, 54 SI 51 Vic. ; standard white, 6353Hc: No. 3 white, RiueS3e. I'l.OUIl. Receipts. 1315 bbls. and 1.418, 004 lbs. In sacks. Mill limits firmly main tained, but trade quiet. Quotations per 108 lbs, In wood! winter, clear, 11.7S48 4.00: do., straight. Ba.23; do., patent. 3.50 n3.70i Kansas, straight, lute sacks, ,15 20Cj S.40: do., potent. Jute sacks, S3.40O3 03: Hiring, first, clear, J3.iuitta.au: ao. atraignti tS2?.Ss.0: do., patent, SS.6S6S.90: do.. favorite oranu., tJiSaVn and fancy patent, (I8p.50, 0.30; city mills, choice cit: :itr Mills. rec. ular grades winter, clear, grades winter, clear, f'.tjllivi m fe a . Art ao.. straight, sortn.ia; ao., patent, u.um,io. I1VE FI.OUK. Steadily held under email supplies, but trade quiet. Quotations: near by and Western, in wood, at tS.COSd. PROVISIONS The market quiet and without Important change. We quote; City beef. In sets, smoked and air dried. 2030c.: Western, beef. In sets, smoked. 2S00e.i city beef, knuckles and tenders, smoked and air dried. 30331c.: West ern beaf. knuckles and tenders, smoked. 30 31 c; beef hams, 130333: pork, family. $24Jj 25: hams, S. P. cured, loose. 1414VSc: dp, skinned, loose, 131414c.: do., do., smokel lt',1 rrlBc: other hams, smoked, city cured, as to brand and average. lSOlSUe.: hams .moked, Western cured, ISfllS'ic: do., boiled, bone less. 20a21c; plcnlo shoulder. 8. P. cured, loose, 11U012CJ do., smoked. 12iei3c: bel lied, in pickle, according to average, loose. 13V, lo.: breakfast bacon, as to brand and average, city cured. VKFSQc.; breakfast bacon, Western cured. lOaao&i lard. Western, re nned. tierces. llUttllrici do., do., do., tuba. U'iKUHc.; lard, pure city, kettle rendered. In tlerees. uUeitUci lard, par city, kettle ren. dered. in tubs, UUSUHC REFINED SUGARS Trade quiet and market weak. Refiner' list ? rices: Standard granulated. 3.13c. ; con tec loners' A. Be; powdered, S.20c.i fine granu lated, 5.10c.; soft grades, 4.2384.85c. DAIRY PRODUCTS DUTTEIt. Receipts were light and the market ruled firm with trade fairly active. Quotations: Western, fresh, solid-packed creamery, fancy special. SJc.jextra, 34o.i extra first, 33JS3c. 1 Orals. 804131c. i seconds, 20028c. : ladle-packed, 2 lei 23c., as to quality; nearby prints, fancy, 37c: do., average, extra, 8539o. 1 do., firsts, S2jt33c do., second 3, 28eS80c Bpeclsl fanoy brands ct prints Job bing at 4244c ECOS. There waa a good outlet for the limited receipt of fin new-laid eggs, values of which ruled arm. Quotations : In free cases, nearby extras. 40(j42c. per dos.j near by nrsl. 110.80 per standard ca; nearbv current receipt. 19.80Q 10.20 per standard case: Western, extra tlrets. I10-8O per cask do., flratt. JO. 00 310.20 per case: do., second. IT 207.60; Southern, 9.0ai00 per case. Refrigerator egge. a to quality. 81f27c pet do. Faasy selected candled fresh eggs were jobbtd oK at 43i47e. per do. (JIIEESE. Trade quiet and price without Important change. Offering moderate but Final Notice for 1914 Taxes City and School Taxes for 19U, yet unpaid, now boar a penalty of four per cent, After December 31 all Taxes for 19Ji will be Delinquent and the names of assessed owners ivill be advertised. Payments for 1914 Delinquent Taxes can be Viade after January H, 1915, with the following additions Five per oent. penalty, the cost of advertising, interest at the rate of six per cent, per annum, until paid, a mmulativt pen alty f one V61" cmi' a W0M continuing for sweji months, and later the cost of filing a lien. Taxpayers, who intend making payment this mQHth for this year's taxes, should praewe bUk at owe md. if pwmfy. make the payments prior to the tSd, t sq thjmaelvm i tonvmienee during the rush of the lest days of the w& and to amd a mw$y in tfelinqveney with its greaikf mmm mi ekarget, BiiJLe eg be hed fnmptiv on appUiim either m pemen, by 'memmger, er by mail: if by mail a stm&ed slf addreeeed envelope mmt be enclosed with rvttmto, for btlls. W. PREELAND KENDMC& JUoeivW at Taeo ample Quotations; New Tork, fttll-crfi. earlier receipts, eholfA lflc. 1 do,, do., current rnak-e, cboice, IslftUe : do., do., fair to good, MHCtHftc., do. part skims, 8 a 13c. POULTltX LIVE, Demand fslr for deSIfabls sleek and values generally higher Under light offer ers, 10011c. ! spring chickens, according to duality, HfjlSc; turkeys, lSQieo,-, ducks, 13lfe. 1 .geese, 1314c.i guineas, , young, weighing 2 lbs. and over apiece, per pair, COo 1 vveiimna ftvi7i los. apiece, per pair ouu 65c. 1 guineas. , om, per pair, 400. ; pigeons, per pair, ir.ifylgo. I)IlKHSi:il. rVrlnr nt flna rft.lraM. sited stock only moderate and values steadily maintained on thla description. Trade quiet. Quotations: Turkeys. dry-packed-Fsncy large, quotations: Turkeys. dry-packed-Fsm nearby. 213220. 1 do., Western, Joc.j receipt. 17JTlie.t Inferior, 12?lSc. N( 18c. Fowls, 12 to dot, dry-packed, heavy, 18c , weighing 4HW its. aple do., 4 lbs. apiece, 16c; do.. SU lbs. apli do.. 3 the. mnA inAm Ionia. . t.i average o. 1. old, nt filratrf . itvttAil heavy. 18c 1 welshlnr 4UfN its. anl'eee. lln-i j ' . i"c, ioc. ; 00., nj ids. apiece, xic: do., 3 lbs. and under, 12lSo,l fowls, bbls., rin . A t... ..--- .... .: ...... -:.. -' - . ' SSf:SfcV.dwJ,,WB. dry-picked. 4H5I5 lbs. apiece, 16c.i do., 4 lbs., IBc.l do., Stt lbs. laHci do., S lbs. and under. 12ial2Mc.! old trtASfaai ..l.l . . V ..IT '".! - - Inr rhlrlrna i1pv.n.fll.kl In boxes Milk-fed, 18 to 34 lbs. to dor, 22i23c.t mllk.fed, 211 to 20 Iba. to doth Hi f) 2 la rnrn.f1. 1B to 24 lbs. 1 dot., 2p(ij2Ic. corn-fed, S.I to 00 lbs, to Jos;. lSaiOc.i mllk.fed. 81 to HO lbs to dot., JnLlK7id.v 43 ,0 i7 "" to doi., lSUc.t mftk l"1, '3,b, lo a"'-i 1Tc-i mllk.fed, Oo lbs. nnd over, ISc: corn-fed. 31 to 30 lbs, to dot.. lSH Jtl4c.: corn.fed, 37 to 42 lbs. to dot., 13M 14c: corn-fed. 43 to 47 lbs. to doz 14J loci corn-fed, 48 lbs. and over to do., 16e.j corn-fed, 00 lbs. and over, 17c. I roasting chickens, dry-hscked. In bbls. Western, milk- "!i "ry.plcked, 0 lbs, and over, l.o.j Western, lbs., -.,, , ids., inc.: western, miiK-xen, SJ 14Uf! lV.lam Mtllr.. rfrv.nlplH. Mit -iirrLi ':i--:v. .....-.c-, -. ., KnSrWn,s. '""ei western, miiK-reu, 3H3 lbs., 14c.: Western, corn-fed, 8 lbs. and jver, 16c. t Western, corn-fed, 4 lbs., 15c: Western, corn-fed, dry-picked, mixed weights, 14c; Western, corn-fed, nu lbs., 14c: west ern, corn-fed. 2Jiej3 lbs., 13 He. Spring ducks, 1401Cc. Hprlng Oeese, 1313c. bquabs, per doipn White, weighing 11 to 12 !, Per dozen. i3.7SQ4.aB! white, weighing U to 10 lbs. per dozen, I35.60: white, weigh ing 8 lbs, per doien, I2.30tl2.d0: do., 1 lbs. S?rdS?!n2(3l2.18: do., Ofjoi, lbs. per doi.. s)1.2SQ1.30i dark and No. 2, 56c.l. FRESH FRUITS Demand only moderate and market showed no Important change. Quotations: 'Apple, per bbl. Jonathan. t:i$3.50; King, 2.0083.23: Bald r.'?V.yv752Wi. Greening. Il.732.W; Spy, Ji.7502.50; Pippin. Il.761f2.75: York Imperial! St. 504j 2.50; other. good eating varieties. I1.750 J.50: medlilm. Ilai.60: apple, western, per ibox, Jlnt.W; apples, Delaware and Pennayl ranla, per hamper, BOOOOo.: lemons, per box, S3JN: .orange. Florida, per rxix, ll.oOSS.ISu; tangerines, Florida, per strap, l2.30S3.60; grapefruit. Florida, per box, $1.5002.60: pine apples, per crate, Porto Rico, S1.233U.23I Florida, 102.50; cranberries, fancy late varie ties, per bbl.. 1404.30; cranberries. Cape Cod, early black, per bbl., 304; cranberries. Capo Cod. early blick. per crate, 75c.Qll.5U; cran licrrles, Jersey, per crato, TSc.0fl.23: Pears, N- Y Per bbl . Seckel, $3.303: Ueurro llosc. liJiS' Bhelifon, flSS: Ueurro Clalrgeau. 2.303.V); IJeurre dnjou, 2.23U3.23: Duch J, 203; Howell, 2tt2.50; other varieties, 3203. VEGETABLES Demand fair for choice took of 'most descrip tions and values generally well sustained. Quotations: White potatoes, per bush. Pcnn y'vanla, B8ai'2c; New York, 43e52c: white potatoes, Jersey, per basket. 35U40o.:. Sweet potatoes. Eastern Shore, per bbl. No. 1. 12Jf 2.75; No. 2, 1.6031.76. Sweets, Jersey, per "ye iiu, t. inu.aJui o. -i. suz.zo: iiwari. ..'.w P-r ivii, Aooii.; ao.. UB 12T11 I. I'AtlMftnw N.w Ta.1. n.. m. TXk m.23. Mplnach. Norfolk-, per bbl.. nti.2Z. Ilia hSP hna.tr A 1 '. J M..SL rt- ;.7:i.r,:i',''.".;.us.'.';..""". I fJ-a8.S0. Kggplant. Florida, per box, 212.50. i Cucumbers. Florida, per basket. Sl.73ll2.CO. Squash. Florida. Der basket. S1.50S2. Celerv. New York, per bunch. 2BS45C. Mushroom. Vms -lo. OBKOt 8UCU31...U. DIVIDBNIIS DECLARED American Gas and Klectrlo Company, regular quarterly 2 per cent, on common, payable Jan uary 2 to stock of record December 0; also of 2 per cent, extra on the common, payable In common stock on January 2 to stock of record December 11); also the regular quarterly m ?er cent, on preferred stock, payable February to stock of record January 20. In June the company declared an extra dividend of 2 per cent. In common. American Woolen Company, regular quarterly l'i per cent, on preferred, payable January IS. Goneral Chemical Company of California, reg ular quarterly 11 per cent., payable January 2 to stock of record December 22. Canadian Weatlnghouse Company, regular quarterly IK per cent., payable January 11 to stock of record December 31. Gillette Safety Pazor Company, regular quar terly 1 1-3 per cent, on preferred and l'i per cent, on common, payable January IS to stock of record December 31. General Flreprootlng Company, regular quar terly 1;; per cent, on preferred and common, Eayable January 1 to stock of record Decem er 20. Standard Gas Light Company, semi-annual dividend of 3 per cent, on preferred. Western Union, regular quarterly 1 per cent., Bayable January IS to stock of record Decern er ID. Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington, reg ular semiannual 2 per cent., payable December 31 to stock of record December 0. Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company, regular quarterly IU per cent., payable January 1, 1UI5. to stock of record December 10. American Express Company regular quarterly 1 per cent., payable January 2 to atock of record December 13. American Express Company, regular quar terly of 1 per cent., payable January 1 to stock of record December 13. Western Union Telegraph Company, regular quarterly 1 per cent., payable January 13 to stock of rocord December 10. Rlordan iPuly and Paper Company, regular quarterly Hi per cent, on Preferred stock, payable December 31. PORT OF PHILADELPHIA Vessels Arriving Today Str. Pawnee. New York, merchandise, Clyde Steamship Company. Str. Ericsson, Baltimore, passengers and merchandise, Ericsson Line, Str. Potomac, Fowey, china clay, Charles M. Taylor's 80ns. Str, Beta (Swed.). Slethel. ore. Str. Thyra Menter (llr.), Baltimore, ballast. W. J, Grandfleld & Co. Str. Westonby (Br.), Newport, ballast, Earn Line. Vessels Saillnfj Today Str. St. Andrews (Nor.), Mauen, Antllls, Munson Steamship Line. Str. Port Antonio (Nor.), ltasmuscen, Fort Antonio. Unite.! Fruit Company. Str. Currier, Van Glider, Guayanllla, P. R., Earn Line Steamship Company. Str. Toledo, Nelson. Sabine, Sun Company. Str. City of Memphis. Dowes. New York, Ocean Steamship Company (cleared Decem ber 7) Str. Mohican. O'Neill, Norfolk, etc Clyde Steamship Company. , Str Anthony Groves, Jr., Brlstow, Baltimore. Ericsson Line. ... Schr, Edith S. Cummins. Hooper, Quanlca, P. R A. D. Cummins & Co, Schr, Delaware Sun. Janssen. Sabine (In tow steamer Toledo), Sun Company. Movements of Vessels i?nt.rf Rtatea collier Jason from New York. arrived at Genoa December 7, from Havre December 7. M.e AmMtnirivk (Dutctil. from Phlladelohta. arrived at Maasluls December 7. Str. Evelyn, for Philadelphia, passed out Capo Henry December 8. CJtr. J. It. Vf'.l.-. ,IVHI . MUKUCiy.U, . rived at Boston December 0. Str. Quanttco, Jacksonville for Philadelphia was 30 miles northeast ot Cape Lookout at T p. m.. December 8. Str. Grecian, Philadelphia for Boston, passed Brlgsntln Shoal at neon Deaamber 8. Str. Indian. Philadelphia for Jacksonville, ?assed Cape Lookout at 7.30 a. in., Decern, er &. ' str J. M. Gutter. PhlladelDhla for Port Arthur, was 100 miles northwest of Tortas I at noon December 8. ... r.. 1 Schr. A. and M cams:, tor rnnapnia. Jcrsey, per basket. OOlfTBc. Onions, choice, per bush., 70it76c,: do., ordinary, per buh C0 Ojcj do., choice, per 100-lb. bag, Il.25tfl.50; do., medium, per 10O-lb. bag. 83o.ffll; dc. sec onds, per 100-lb. bag. 007Bc. Cabbage. Oo- sailed frem rharlMtert fombjr V 4 , . Schts, Henry J. Smith. Fhtlttc'flpntt. tit llostdni Wawerloelt, Philadelphia for Boston t Governor Powers, Philadelphia for snro,r, arrived at Vlnersra Haven December 8. FREIGHTS AND CHARTERS Freights offer freely In the steam mslket, with the supply of available vessels light. Rates are well supported. Inquiries for lrn. Atlantic voyages are circulating In the. aii market. sTEAiiainrfl. Josey (Dan.), Now York to fienmsrk, grain, 17,000 quarters, private terms, prompt. Itarald (Nor.). Raltlmore to Hcendlnarlan ports, grain, 10,000 quarters, 7s., December. lAay Nlnlan (Dr.), Quit to west coast of Italy, grain, 30,000 quarters, 8s, December. Mar Cor (Ital.), 2059 tons. Norfolk to wist coast of Italy, coal, private terms, prompt. Albergen (Dutch), 1118 tons, Baltimore to Tamplco, coal, private terms, prompt. Dfixon jiionarcn (Xir.i, uut ion, transat lantic trade, 2 or 8 round trips, C ed, or Gs. Pd., deliveries United Kingdom, prompt. Manchester Corporation (Ur ), 3400 tens, same, six months, private terms. Wakefield (llr), 2.130 ton, same trip screes, private terms, delivery Virginia, redeliver west coast Italy, prompt. Kanawha (Am.), lOOrt tons. Gulf to Bremen, cotten, private terms, December. Denver (Am.), 2S1P tone. same. Trym (Nor.), 1138 tons, Baltimore to Puerto Harriot, coal and structural steel, prlrMe terms, prompt. Two Killed in Auto Wreck M ACON. On,, Deo. 3.-Waiter D, Imar. Jr., mombcr Of a prominent and wealthy Macon family, nnd his negro chauffeur were .found dead under Lamar's wrecked automobllp on the Thomas(on road today. Tho car was smashed. ORDINANCES AN ORDINANCE Tt) FEIlMIT THBJ OEOt- struct nnd maintain a pipe under and acrots East Penn street, southwest of Chew street. Section 1. The select and Common Councils of the City of Philadelphia do ordain. That permission oe Kranteo to me'Mermantown uis- Knsary and Hospital to construct and msln In an Iron er ierra cotta steam pip under and across East Penn street, at a polrt about nice hundred reet southwest of Chew street, to connect their buildings on either side or said stieet. Said pipe to have-an inside, diameter of not ovr eight Inches and shall be used ex clusively In the work of said hospital. Said pipe to bo laid under the supervision and to the satisfaction 'of the Department of Pnblla Wnrke, and so as not to Interfere with any municipal or, other structure In said street. Before exercising- any privilege undar this ordinance, the . said Gerrnantown Dispensary and Hospital shall first enter Into an agree ment sailsfsctory to the city Solicitor, pro tecting the City from any damages by reason of the laying and maintenance of said pips, and agreeing to remove the same and restore the street to its present condition upon the passage of an ordlnanco to that effect, and hall pay Into the City Treasury tho sum of ntty (60) dollars for the publication of tMs urumuuTO. Approved tho 37th day of November. A. D. 101 RUDOLPH nuL-NK-nvmrnri. No. TBI. llavor of PhlladelDhla. AN ORDINANCE TO AMRVD AN ORDT nance approved July 2, ion, authorising th construction of main sewers. Section 1. The Select and Common Councils of the City of Philadelphia do ordain. That mo orainance approved July z, 1U14, autnorts- In? the construction of main newer. 00 and the same. Is Jiereby amended by substituting In Section 1, line 13, the word "Cedar ave nue" tor unrutian street, so that aald portion of ordinance shall readt "Cobb's Creek In tercepting sewer in Cobb's Creek Parkway from the present terminus near Ransom street 5?,th5 Precm sewer atjout three hundred (300) feet north of Market street, and the un finished portion between Catharine stmt and Cedar avenuo." Also by inserting after the words Gray's avenue. In Section llne 10, the following words: ''And in Gray's avenue, from Fifty-second street to present sewer southwest of. Fiftr-flrst street' so that ald portion of ofllnance shall read! "Fifty-second atreet, from the present sewer about thirty (30) feet northwest of Paschall avenue to Gray' ave nue" and In Gray's svenue, from Fifty-second street to present sewer southwest of FHty nrt Jtreet.1' Approved th 27th day of November. A. D. ' ,M RUDOLPH BLANKENBURO, Wo. 782. Mayor of Fhlladelphf. AN ORDINANCE TO STRIKE FROM THE city Plan McClellan and Slgel streets, from Twenty-fourth to Twenty-ntth street, and to plsce on the City Plan In lieu thereof Taylor and Ringgold streets, from Moore to Mifflin street. Section 1. The Select and Common Councils of the City of Philadelphia do ordain, That th Depnrtment of Publlo Works (Board of Sur- Vrrri-Ml 1o milhortiMl nnd (tlrt in !l,it fn r v Plan McClellan and Slgel streets 'ourth to Twenty-fifth street, and plan In lieu thereat Taylor and nt each ot the width of forty re to Mifflin street) Provided, nent or bond, satisfactory to the be nied within on year from th of this ordinance, protecting; ths Cin : it nil damage by reason of striking saU Mcfltllan and Slgel streets from the plan, and urreelnff to dedicate the beds ot Tayjor and Ringgold 'streets to the lines and grades as confirmed by the Board of Surveyors, Approved the 28th, day ot November, A. JD, RUDOLPH BLANKENBURO. No. 781. Mayor ot Philadelphia. AN ORDINANCE TO REVISE THE LUTES and grades on the portion of City Plan No. 100, between Wmneflejd avenue. Over brook avenue. Fifty-fourth street and Fifty seventh street, and to change the name of Fifty-fifth street, from Overbrook avenue to City avenue, to Fifty-sixth street, and to change th .name of Fifty-sixth street, from Overbrook avenue to City avenue, to Ithan Section 1. The Select and Common Councils ot the City of Philadelphia do ordain. That the Department of Public Works (Board of flnrvevors) be authorised (to revise the line and grades on the portion of City Plan No. 103 between Wynnefleld avenue and Overltrook sve nue. Fifty-fourth street and Fifty. sixth street. uy striKins xroin tnv pmn ruiT-iuis street, from Wynnefleld ivenue to Overbrook avenue, and relocating the same to connect from Wynnefleld. avenue to what Is now Called Fifty-fifth street north of Overbrook avenue, and to place on tha City Plan Ithan street, (mm Wvnnefleld avenue to Overbrook avenue. and to change the name of Flfty-nfth atreet. from uvernroou avenue to t,ity avenue, o Fifly-stxth street, and to change the name of Fltty-slxlh street, from Overbrook avenue, to Clty avenue, to Ithan street 4 Provided, That before the said plan Is confirmed, the owners ot property first dedicate to ths City th; beds of the proposed Flfty.slxtb. street ana Ithan street, from Wynnefleld avenue to Over brook avenue. Approved the -sin aay ot overooer. a. v. m' RUDOLPH BLANfcENBUna No, 7S8. Mayor of Philadelphia AN ORDINANOE TO AUTHORIZK THE laying of waterplpe.ln Ashdtle, Blakernore. Commissioner, Falrhlll. Fourth, Fifty-sixth. Haddington. Hawthorne, Hemberger, Lycom ing, Marshall. Orlann. Rockland, tlubleam. Rusoomh. Saul. Sheldon. Bull, Second, alxty Ixth. Third and Tenth streets; CtafUten. nsher", Olrard, Uudley and OverbrooJuaanc nues; Drexel road, and Kitchens lane. Section 1 The Select snd Common Council of the City of Phlladelnhla. do ordain That the Department or Public Work ,bo authurlaed and directed to Uy water pip In Aahdale street, from Second to Third street; RUkemore street from Stenton avenue to WoodUwn street. Cuia rolsaloner street, from Thirty-fourth o Thirty mth street; Falrhlll street from Undley ave nue to Fisher avenue. Fourth street, from Runcorn'., to Ashdale street from Wynut-neld avenue to Overbrook ayesiu llsddlngtun street, front Fifty-sixth to FUtjr seventh street. Hawthorn atreet. from Dyer to Pratt street. Hemberser street, frost Claar- fleld to Ltpplncott str set, Dooming street, from Ninth to Tmn street. rnti ftreet, tram Hunting rrk avenue to Cayuga trt: Ort snna street, from Wlngohocktng to Cayusa. street. Rockland street, from the Boulevard to EltvHitb street. Rublcam street, from Seoutd to Third street i Ruscomb street, from Second to Fifth tret. Saul street, frofn Oxford. nlk to Waverly street and from tVakeung to TWer street: igheldon street, from Second to TWrd street, Bull street, from Secant w Third etreet: Beeoad sllt, rarr the Uouleriri $7' Suncsnson avenue, 6txty-lxth etreet, from. Irard avenue to Havertord aviso. Third street. from Rockland to Delptaln trt, Taoth Street, from Luxerne to L) combat street. CUrkMn avenue, from Second to Third f4rt Fisher's aveniw.froui Second to Uaschar streMt Guard avenue, from SUty-OItb to Stxty-trtxtfe atrset; Uudley avenue, from gecoa to ThM atieet and from Fifth i to Ntatk strut: Okb- - .. -.... rAK. sres. -. "f -" -vtH.u .h , m, iron ruty-ii fourth to riHr-tl. street; Drexel row, Iran Flf!-sso4 to FIT- Iran i i!fia ty-thltd tr. Kgcaeos '- 'rn wis- rlcknn imkh to Falretount rrk. ABATS' d this 10th day of Naveokbet, A. U. ikh: RUDOLPH BUJtNKRiNHVKa. Uyr ot PhttadelphLt. Ne. ITS. AM ORDIN.Nt."5 tseU-ElTISIo ASi) A.M'Jia psMtlDK a certain pte af gruun4. with taw wag a4 ttatSKSU uwesn. sttuate ta th TbMM VAm. as a park and mu uublie Bias for toe neartn tmsut euj;iu or ia vaw. tecUus 1 Tt Select sjad Cutauuni Coniums ol tv cnty ox -niiaiyoac aa utdkia Tbeit t virtu ad in ? tl,l m""" .r .s. i1.'- SSl wit i mi km. cues) or lew SJJ Uniiag ol la lJi or c-a eitkiu.u4i W dtk ' twiw viJl jmjees inn a.,grjq feet. elren Sntlea racuil t? City tatkitor m . tti k Court & OaEtc 6lQit UtiuU tt wf ta . it iMKi'sg tMin nuav i ffciirt al suiuoti .'.eu to .& . .-i tut i url hH s,f?'l f b1 "- l us tvtaJ oy iw IMI tOV -unbowed tr.i swo a. use. , M lUi HI L-i'l I H il l- i I - , i. 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