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PW?R555k0 V--ByBNINGPUBLIO LEDGERr-PHILA-pELtHIA, ' TflESDAf , TO
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.
250
Ion dollars
iHMen jicldel
mines In 1917
be very much interested
t, entitled
tjJMtialingNof a Mine"
I.MoUet presents the subject
ig from an investment
at in a way you have per-
thought of before. For
Do you understand how
l .it made how, they locate
feme the trend of the vein,
t out the ore reserves and de-
line in advance almost to a
the Value of the mine from
s in sight ?
-2rJi? -."!
:;. afaatoaay ior a tree copy ci inn
ftmpie pooit.
i:T&14aaVa-aS V. DSIFD
jifWJWnta a-ai-&r.
fes fi
Thiul IUI1, Walnut 1500; K'atone. Hare 33X1
.Kf4 SKCURIT1KS
-wi ?? - .
Wj&&X'tynnmt Bldf- rhiUde'phia
NEWS OF THE FINANCIAL WORLD NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA STOCK PRICES
IRREGULARITY FOLLOWS GAINS
JN NEW YORK STOCK MARKET.
CHANGES ARE FAIRLY WIDE
General Motors Yields Again and American Sumatra
Declines More Than 2 Points Steel Is
Off After Good Advance
73 !-
KteAEi""
G&3Zv
fpWTON
Dlreci Prlrnte Flrei
rittinunb.
Boston
Ton may send me rmir booklet ea
The Making of a Mine.
ti-
cV-. i
T.V.-072
ntTiiif.yiw
B lull Tnv rt't..- rtiimivv
6fc,A. , Fortieth nnd Market Mrrrt
,i- The Board of Directors has this day d'
tared Quarterly rtlWdend of Vk $2.U0 I 'r
? ! mi the Canltal Mnrk i.f thit Com-
fr Bans', parable Anni-t 1. lots,
BSl.rtv
v i .i,.-
AltUAHAM PYLl.. Secretary.
8
Financial Briefs
iMXIA New
York Subtreasury gained
New York, July 30.
The stock market clurlnpr the greater part of the forenoon consisted
of traders' operations nnd pool manipulation, causing n show of strength
In the first few minutes, which was turned Into Irregularity before mid
day, when a number of Isues shotted losses of 2 or more points, while
several specialties had recorded about the same amount of gain.
The room traders devoted most of their attention to United States
Steel common, basing purchases of that stock on positive statements
about the dividend declaration this afternoon, and helped -put the
price up to lOSj, but belling came from some sources, causing a reac
tion to 107T.
The railway equipment stocks were Influenced by statements In re
gard to Uoiornment orders, Pressed Steel Car and Hallway Steel Spring
being In good demand nt moderate ndvnnces, but other minor Eleel indus
trials were neglected and fluctuations In them were extremely narrow.
General Motors was again pressed for snle, declining 3 points to 1-40,
and there was a supply In evidence In American Sumatra Tobacco, which
dropped 2 points to 124 '4.
Lee Rubber and Tire and Kelley-Sprlngflold were among the strong
est of the specialties, and an advance of more than 2 points In New
Yoik Airbrake, which was unusually active, was another feature.
Mexican Petroleum was strong, moving up 1 point to 101, nnd Texas
Company was in brisk demand, advancing about 3 points to 153Vfe.
There was little public participation in the trading, but, although
outside Interests were not noted as buyers, there was no supply from
that source, leaving the market nlmost wholly of a professional character.
New York Stocks
3'.
2'f
m(
17! i
Stt
42' .
an
2'f
S3H
471,
si;,-
42
Last
close Well Low
Adv rtumely 1(1
Alaska Oold SI.. W(
Alaska Juneau,. 1!1
Allls-Chalm Mfg.. ,13'f
Am Can 47i
Am Car &. Koun.. 81Jf
Am Cotton Oil... 42
Am Ice 32'j
Am Ice pf 49Jj
Am Unseed ... . 4l'f
Am smelt & Ref . . 77',' .
Am Sum Tob . . lrO'f 120
Am Steel Kilya . . 74J,' 7."
Am Tel & Tel . . . 01, M'X
Am Tobacco 104,'i IGo
Anaconda Cop , . 00! i 00sf
All liuif & w I . 102',
llaldwln Loco .. Wi !K)i 90' i
Baltimore & Ohio fti
Beth S Class 13... Kil, 83 W JsT
2. -00
p.m.
3
2i;
avt
47.
42j
6O.I3' 50 60) a
12.1 120
7.") 7."
91' J on
lot in.)
G0)i go';
PO'f
'S3H
Ueth S R per ct lit. 105'f lOo'i 105' f 10.V1
Canadian Pacific .i;.4 13 1SH1 U,VA
Cent Loath Co
Cerro de los Cop
Ches & 'Ohio . . .
Chi Mil & st V . .
Chi Mil & St V pf .
Chi It I & rao
c n i & r 7 pc pf
07
31
r,cH
441,
7.v;
24 .
74
07
34
44;,'
7G
07
34
44'
761
07
34
44'
70
C R I & P 6 pc pf. 2'i
Z-rr'WAM new lurK .iuimntuij h"'t ,
&'t.O9S.O00 from the banks yesterday, 1
Ac Mtuclntr a cash net gain since Friday of i
.' T,78J,000. I
feftHuahea & Dler. stock brokers of th's 1
yoH. have onened a branch olllce at 31u ,
JL ''. . -. ,-- , ...
1 jmararei sireei, Liimurn, uimcr me uiuu
acement 'of Francis J. Schnenk.
4. , -t
jj; interest coupons one August 1, on ine
vteuvuuu iw-o-year o per ceni seuurcti
fitmelA notes of the Phlladelnhla Klectrlc
y-CBpany will be paid by the Olrard 1
,t: Truat company, who have pepn apponu- 1
ci? me company s agent for tms purpose. 1
?n The one-year 6 per cent gold notes, du
-Aucuai j, win De pain, togeiner witn
im inTftrevt ruin tnarodti rn .tit-ne, 1
;!i rfcyDrexel & Co.
Reporting for the quartr-r ended .Tune
JO. the Shattuck Arizona Copper Com
any gives total income of $540,480,
fmlnst $1,262,503 the same quarter In
,1117. The decrease Is $710,023. Xet
Income was $110. 8S3. equivalent to 33
eenta a share (par $10) on $3,500,000
capital stock.
Subscriptions to the third Issue of ,
Treasury certificates close this after- '
Bl noon. The quota of the Philadelphia 1
ishi Bistrict Is $36,000,000. and while no
MgSt ura have been made public at the
aX'!, . h fllll niinta i'llt h. iiHeri-nial
t.-in'Tiew or tne reauction or tne quota
CONTINUED DECLINES
IN THE CORN MARKET
I Commission Houses on Selling
Side and Stop-Loss Orders
Arc Reached
.-
tti
RKAIX IU;i.T WKATHTR rOKKAT
riilrnrn. -Iflv 30. llllnoU rulr lo
ntrM ami AV1i'ffI.i t rnr Vn!nilit.
M.xtnnrl Filr pmI tl.chtly arinrr to
nlt nnd M'niM.i,
W Jpon!n vl tKht nnd WVdnf
dir nrmpr lVrdneiliv
MInnotn. lan nr"! Knn'i Talr nnd
Tnf t"n'Hit up' MV'fnsd?,
North Pikntii 1'a'r .unicM an IVrd
pFMlnvi iirtnpr tonUhti cooler dn?
dav nnrllMirfct.
nith lliioti npl Nlir).k:i Vnlr fo
nlcHt nnd M'rdnrda : warmer eat nnd
central.
lontim Virtlv r'ndv pjit!"- with
lrnl t'uindrrtrniH tonlcltt nr Wedncs
di. Wrfmln"- 1'ilr onl-!it nnd '.nedv,
rxcrnt pmnnblj rtlionfru evlrrmo north
west. .
riilmtrn. Julv 30
FurtliPt 1ofss occurred in tht corn
market this mnrnlnir rommlsIon hntises
'ttiu&Jz,vi'iSs.- " -'''"' ''?:"? "'".e":
. l I orners were reacneu, ivim ine iiemami
.Nolfce havlnir hepn rorplrl that thn sma"' ...
KA,tatrst-mateured February 1, 1918. on T1,c weather was much cooler in the
.'Kansas Chy and Pacific Railroad west, with rains In the Ohio alley and
vrCeBpany first mortgage guaranteed 4 the eastern States, and there were pre
vlrcent gold bonds, due 1990. will be i dictions of larger deliveries on contract.
aarPn presentation or coupons on and j The arrivals here todav were 210 cars
'miJtf"1.5: 5?' 1?.1.i,...b.ut, ,h?.t.p;mo,nf I August opened at e lower, at $1.52.
of 'Interest due August 1, 1918. will be I
rt .. h. m,m f ,,, i. io . and sagged to Il.ni 'n
SSOf-Xhe New York Stock Kxchange iuws quoted at $1 53 rl.r.3i at the oil
p,-itlit said bonds be quoted on July 31, against $151 at the end yesterday,
SGJJ.ltlS. ex the February 1. 1918, coupon, j declined to $1.12.
Vji,-i. tHfAM mat lint ftlrlhof nAtlna eilil VnnHa
fcjfHIY continue to be healt In fiat, and
September was
the outset,
and
t'ttad that until further notice said bonds
continue to be healt In fiat, and
f carry fhe Aucui t 1. 1918. and sub-
t'MWent coupons, to be a delivery.
hVT- LIVESTOCK QUOTATIONS
Kv ."' Jub' 3n HOOP Ror-lnt. 21.000
BtiA wm; wh ovpr. nzu nn; i.ir in - r niKner
FV't hnan. 'l1 Rnff? 1H 0." 'mnriltim' I1H nii
"!4.0i oacklnsr, hvv. 17 nowis.iu:' m-
nm mixed. 17...i!riN.Tn, light, )
.ja.SSrplrs. I7..10iH18.2.-i
i vAiiiiL iipceipm. .'..,imi nenn, common
IV lul nl.ln llfrh. aAawa aliim n U a b l.lltl
2 jj. . . y.B... ,... ...ma miin , , viic-i niiiuiM
- SHEEP Rpcelpta. lH.OOfl hi-ncl ISIddlnic
!fj. .wwtr T)n xat lambs, row early nrratch ale.
.111. IIOO.S Ri-elpt.
S; THtabanth. -July
bt.K isvn neacs: nianer.
jii- bcstt vorKera. I
E IIS.JBW'JO: Dies.
B'i.C -aaHKCP.AN'I) I.AM1IS Rprclnts. .",00 hpnil
top sneep. m. mi; top mtntiii
Oats also were weaker, with the In
quiry scattered and unimportant. Com
mission houses, as a rule, were on the
selling fide. The arrivals hero today
were 484 cars The demand for the
cash artlclo was poor, and exporters
seemed. to hao filled their needs for
the present.
August opened at 69 IT 6!)ic, against
69',2C at the end estcrday. and de
clined to 6851c September was quoted
at 68UO08Hc at the start, compared
with fiSMsC, yesterday's last price, and
receded to 68c
The receipts of wheat at Minneapolis
and Duluth today were 159 cars, against
-nB'SVo"' -Ut-luJr'.' i 105 ?ars 1:,bt 'ear: at rl'K ls" cars.
llTwyil).7:-;Sht 50rl"rs,tagainbt 21 cars, and nt Winnipeg 28
IMUS KprPlpts.
eep. til. BO: toi
t$ GaU.VE Receipts. 100 head; ateady.
''-
fl.60.
I cars, compared with 359 cars
aasaa Cltx. Julv 30. CATTLE Re
i? 'JBKIOR RM-elntn. 11 0011 hparl ptead'.
,mKEP Receipts, 7000 head Steady.
i j ,
P.3, . IV. atnlTal X V TnU.
K-V '. ' "".?!? .' ."' --,
vt jaaeeipm mi neaa:
30.-
s-ttMt. ISO head:
y-JKKja Recpt
CATTLE
ateadr C'fllvea Rp-
atendy. J7?fl7 so.
"nnn
tf?i,Ir. $lBo019 7S: mltod nrker. llKht
S' laarKeni and pics, iin.x.-inf ia,:iu
head; atroror.
rouaha. S17
r.2.t- ataaa 111(713.
BMEEP AND LAMBS neceipts. 200 head;
yrf easwr and unchanged.
'&j ..
Zab-i. Miai Omaha. Julv 30 HOOS r.ecelpta.
fa: Bgy" iwwq. .tiarKri i.k: it) .ic nisnrr
fcTrtV" -VA 1 at trrwiin.Bt .i.i.t, iit'iiu. Jininct
jWfrjae to it msner.
GOVERNMENT BONDS
ma
2s registered 1030 OS
-'a, roupon 1030 Its
3a. registered. 1018 ni
3. roupon. rn s nn
4, registered. 1112.' lfHIH
4a, eounnn 102.', llllllj
3s registered 1040 S3
3 roupon. 1(1411 . S3
Panama 'Js. registered 111311 OS
IMnama 2s. reglstrred ln.ls .. . OS
Panama 3. registered. 1001 .-,
Panama 3a. roupon 85
RAILROAD EARNINGS
ST. LOUIS SOUTHWESTERN RAILWAY
mis Increase
First week Julv ... 3'.0..-.1S :i9.23il
From January 1 . 0.037.301 1.342.22!)
NORFOLK AND WESTERN
I ! lrl - lOTJ "O
t.i-1,. June Brow . . ' -'- '''i'?
t .KRi-J9r. 10c .!?.l.h".l- J'4"-.. . tilalft n a7t axes TmhIJ
- BHEcr nereipis. n'uti neau Jidrtic, , .. ,.( i, r. : -:n
at at A !..- in Ul'ri Ullllta 1IHUIIIW aIMlaau
ww. " "
J--.'t
- 1
KEEP RfeelptB. Steady.
M Cltr. July 30. CATTLK R-
18.000 head.
riuuj neceipn.
11,000 head.
: nieher to
7(iOO head
T
Iecrease
4.1117.341
A.3IIR.9HH
H.492.0S2
LONDON STOCK MARKET
r5 Canadian ParlQc
It-'Citea Ohio
i Fan!
JriKa Jat pref .
,';PaU Central
U &Saa - Nash
J lateral Pacific
"----
r-V',aaa,
i8?&m
iS.
n Pacific ..
Pacific . .
tel
Iindon
12-30
894
. 1110
r.
. r.n
. 19
. 34
102
,. ins
, , 7Va
4(1
. 1124
.. US
, . 12s
. 113
N Y
CfjuU
1-5
112'
.111
474
1S.4
3J,
974
1114
73"2
I3,
ss
S3 4
121
107 s
2
S4
-f 3'J
4- 2.
14
4
's
IS
K
H
rmxjpw rrmtr rnrrrc mntTT
lV IQiff vriiv Lurrtc- mxiivivcji
pflftw York, July 30. The coffee mar
DIVIDENDS DECLARED
rttrolt and CleUnd Nal(ratf(m Com
pany. r-ieuUr nemiannual of 4 per cent -Pr
share), pt a hie to atork of rerord July
:iit Hooks v. remain cloned July 31 to
I AueusU 1' inrljulve
Tosden Company rsular quarterly of i
per tent o. preferred paalde September 1
to Btock of record August 17
The Imperial Tobateo fompe.ny I-ondnn
I an Interim Ui.diid uf S' per tent free of
Incomo tax
NEW YORK BUTTER AND EGGS
New York. July 30 nL'TTEIt Steady
Receipts. 0707 tuba. I'm hansed
I EllOS Irregular Receipts. 13. .'..'9 cases.
I While eggs, :.4CVc. others unchanged.
CHICAGO BUTTER AND EGGS
i tiH fci- nnarl sa olar at a 4fllna tt t rt R
AJ-Hli.. First rales were confined to L 'V" Juu'Jh ' Tul 1 11,'K-,"celp"
;3BaeniMr and May, tne near positions KOGS Receipts. 17,114 casea Extra
t'f Aaalaa 4ti& vaa tail &) Irnsco I m . nm nci t .. (Tt 1iL n l ,,
Jf. Up4rlylnff sentiment was Inclined to 3.ft374c
T ine Dear iae ana ouennss in ine ,
fSfft.. .rSiTii QHIP REQniP: NAVAI AIRMPN
, Cetton Exchange houfe was aghln , """ " ""'"" nuimiui
r or Jaay. tms uemana supposedly .. r-i, , rr, -itm. 17..
it continuation of the recent Run- 'I'liers lake to Water When hn-
: hi-this month from European op- Jnp flops Wrnnir
a.r k c
"Bnixll markets were Inclined tn i
k4A P unrlAF nroamiPA nt ciitir1ln.. I
r&rnTnS cable"" reported 'fito .. v York. July 30.-Tyvo naval avla
and Santos futures were iso .V, Ylane. were hrought here to.lay by
,. decline. The advance In Illo
a uu xaiiiuuii wmi ciiecKeu, me
-mornlnj being 12Vid or a de-
aiBrazu holds up its cost and
pricea to present levels, there
Hitls chance of doing business
OfVHHa
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By the Associated Press
v-flve reis down: Santn ion V.itora with a partly wrecked hydro-air
. . . ... .1. v" ilin. uam Viertticrhl h.ra Inilav hv ni.
American steamship from South Amer
ica. They were picked up Monday aftei.
noon off the Xew Jersey coast after the
plane had taken to teh water on ac
count of, engine trouhle.
The damaged machine was one of two
which were observed by passengers on
the ship, prior to the accident, ap
parently engaged In patrol duty Th
men were uninjured and, on landing, re
ported to officers of the navy yard.
MAY BUY EVENING POST
Yeaterduy'a
close
8.411
8.71
R.2
8.07
rat here. The trade is not at all
over i "c situation, as supplies
large and sufficient for nil re.
ita tor ootne time to come.
sy t.
openlns
e ..... ..... e, 4a
ri x.os
- I-"1'
'Mf hm W.gr
xr
wV
?-
&'..
;! in Refined Sagan
July 10 Refined sucars
anacd. with all local refiners
aranutated at 7.50c. leas 2
-oaah. Kiwi are unchanged
S certtrlfUaral. The Inter-
uniitee on atonaay pur
baas San FrancUco afloat
t t,,.T9c c. 1. 1
BAR SILVER
Yeater- I.aat 1010
Today daV Tuea. lllah Ior
i). 9H BBH 01) li DDK 83U
:a) 48 4811 -. -9U V4
Staff Gets Option on Villard's Interest
in New York Paper
By the Associated Press
New Y-k, July 30. Oswald Garrison
Vlllard, president and chief owner of
the Evening Post, today authorized the
following statement!
"The current reports that the owner
ship of the Evening Post may be changed
are correct. I have given an option to
Hollo Ogden. the editor, and to other
editorial and buslnesa associates with
whom I have been In such close co
operation for twenty-one years. As the
option has not yet been exercised, it is
Impossible to give further details at the
present lime.
TRADING IS LIMITED
ON COTTON EXCHANGE
Chile Copper
Chlno Copper
Colum O & V. ...
Corn Prod lief. . .
Crucible Pteel . . .
Cuba Cane Sugar.
Dome M'nes
Distiller Secur ..
Elk Horn Coal ..
Gaston Win & VT.
General Cigar . . .
General Electric .
General Motors .
General Mot pf..
Good (B V) Co..
Goodrich H V pf.
Oranby Confol . .
Great Xoith Certs.
Greene-Can Cop .
Haskell & HarlU'r.
Ill Central
Ins Copper
Inter Consol ....
Inter Hnrv Corp .
Int Harv Cor pf...
Inter Mer Mar pf .
Inter Nickel
Kan City South
10'.
3.1
44?;
2iW
n'H
57! j
.tt'Ji'
51
145
143h'
S2 ..
47tiT.
KM) .
7!)
31. i
41.12
47! j
07H
53
S
(15
17'.'
14",'
07' i
2W.
Wi
57!i
'an.' J
50
111
140K
44
07
20' i
0'i
5GS4
20't'
50
141
140
31H
44).
40Jf
53!f
66
mi
31
31!.
44H
48'i
53
Go
ohi
30).
4l'j
07'-a
20,
03 i
57)i
30
50
144
140
3U
44!
40!f
"mi
'go
"17Ja
31
l
Netv York Bonds
Buying of October and Selling Kennecott copper. :;,' 33j
' D D Lack Steel b2 ...
of January by Liverpool
Onlv Transactions
33) J 33i
rOTTON I1KI.T WKATIir.R CONllITIflN8
New Ynrk. .Inlv 30. I'rei lultntl"n wis
ceneral In the rnltn.i belt iilnnir the At
iTfitlc nt thU mornlni;. nnil there wn
ome llsht scattered rains In nnrth'rn
Ten. Temperatures were higher. The
folle1nic tenineruti'res were recnriled'
Atlintn. OK: Kmmille. Niikhvllle.
Mnren. Mnntimnier nnil nklitltnmt fit.
0i Tort iiiithniil iicn-t.i. 72: I.lttle
Itock. lernpliU. Vlek.li'rit, reniiroln.
'Iiiirlestnn. Siminnnh, Wilmlnctnn nnil
Tnmpa. 74- C'ariiiis riietl ami New Or.
lein. 70t nn Antonio nnil lnUeton. 8.
There wa .01 Inch of precipitation at
Kimwlllr. .ot nt .liick-nmllle. n nt
V'ckhlH'rir. .14 nt CbnrleMn nnil T-mif
.30 nt Ullmlnittnn. .M nt I.lttle Rork. .82
nt SiiYnnnnh and 1.12 nt Xntnlllr.
ll.ee nub & Tire.. '2i 'i 21,'J 22'
Lorlllard P 18,- 181 182JS 182,'i
Max Motors . . . . V9
Max Mot 1st pf.. 55'J...
Mex Petrol .... 110', 100
Miami Cop 29H 2!),'i
MIrtvale Steel ... 52'i 52' i
r.To raclflc 23H 23.!
, N Y Central . . . 72'i 72!j
1 N Y X H & II .. 40?i 4',N
1 North Taclflc .. 87 ...
I Ohio Cities Gas . . 374 3S
I Pcnna Railroad .. 14't ...
I'ltts &,WeRt Va 335. 33
Pressed Stl Car . 704 "0W
! Ity Steel Spring . 01s, 02h
I Hay Consol Cop . 24 24!,
. Ileatilng 8M; 88'
I Hep Iron & Steel . !I2'j' 02?,
j Sine Oil Hef 31' j 31'i
So Pac 84'i S5!i
Stand Milling ..118 ...
Studebak Co . . . 45' j 45Vi
Tenn Cop:Chem. lll'f 10!4'
'Tob Prod 71, 72W
I'nlon Pacific . . . 122'i' 122.', 122,'i 122J,
United Clg Sires. 101
! V S Ind Alcohol.. 128 12S 128 128
02
108',' lOS.'i 1CS',' 10Sh
1114'
81
10
3()i 30Ji 30J, 30'i
25
80)i SO'f 80!f 80'
414'
07'a 07!j 075, G7?j
ro;
70
02'i 03 02 03.
i9; io;j lo.'f io;,'
IU S Uubber ....
I U S Steel
, U S Steel pf ...
Utah Copper ....
Wabash
"Wabash pf A ....
Wabash pf B
West Un Tel
I Westing E & M..
Worthing Pump .
Worth PM pf A.
I Worth P pf B ...
I Wilson & Co ....
Willys-Overland .
Neiv York Curb
New Ynrk, July 30.
With the exception of buying of Octo
ber and selling of January by I.herpool,
there was little tn the market on the
call Only three months, October, De
cember and January, were traded In
The tone was steady, with prices 1 to
3 points net higher Commission houses
purchased, and Wall street sold
Stop-loss buying orders from both
Wall street and I.herpool shorts led to
n sharp advance after the opening, Oc
tober rising to 25.05, or SO points above
the previous close. There was a sym
pathetic jump In later months of about
50 points, followed later by moderate
reactions when the big rush ot October
coirlng had been satisfied.
Shoits were disturbed over the small
stock here, with prospects of further
reduction through shipments abroad and
Inability to get much of the staple hero
from the South, owing to the restric
tions on southern railroads and steam
ship lines
They also were affected by favorable
war news, prospects for a bullish weekly
weather leport, reflecting the lack of
rain In the Southwest, and rumors that
the diplomatic relations between Tur
key and Germany have been seered
Offerings were light on the advance,
Indicating that traders were unwilling
to negotiate new short accounts
The weather map recorded light rains
In North Texas-, and a private leport re
ceived stated that good local showers
fell around Temple, Teas, yesterday.
Precipitation was shown on the Atlantic
coast, and temperatures In the South
u'prfi hli-her
Receipts at the" ports for the day are I '"K.e ,10n' "at.
estimated at 8000 bales, against 5G40 ifma loco i,ales
bales a week ago; ;2,C0 bales a year , Maxim 'Munit'ions'. '.'.
ago and 31U3 bales two years ago. i Marlln Arms
Yeaterda 'a Open lt'30 ! 2 N Y .Shipbuilding .. .
oinse a.m m. p.m. . ur vuier i .ip I'uip
100
20;;
52? a
23? j
72;
4U'i
'38
33
70)
on i
24' ;
S8'i
02! (
31 'a
blJa 45H
l'l'f
l'i
100
2i;
52' i
23,
72;
40?;
38
"?3
70' J
02,' 5
2Hi
88;;
92?;
31! i
85,';
"4
io;;
. . MUh
2(1000 Ang-French 6s. 03 VJ
7000 Amer Tel Bs... 8BH
1000 Amer Thrcnd4s D9W
2000 ArmourCo 4is 83
2000 Atchison ndj 4s 74
11000 do cv 4s T)0 85
6000Atlan Co 1, 4s. 80
00 Bait & Ohio 4s 70
10000 Bordeaux 6s... 9.T.J
43O00Cen Leather Bs 04
3000 Ches & Oh in "fi11
2000 Chi & Alt 34jr 30'.,
COOOChl 11 & Q 4s... 04
4O0OCM&StPr4',4s fisy
B000 do cv 4Hs. . 7fi
4000 Chi It I & V 4s 73 f',
19000 City Paris 6s. 89V4
10000 Con Gas cv 6s 99'-1
3000 Domln Can '31. 91!i
1000 Ovt Er nBHs98
1000 Hud & MTn 5s 19
1000 do rfd 6s.. B7Ts
6000 Int Met 4's Bl
1000 Inter H T r Bs "O--",
230000 Lib llnnd 3V4 00.00
r,10000,.iln 4 03.40
.42000 dn 1st 4s.. 04.no
0.11000 do V(, ... 03.20
.10000 dn 2d 4'4s.. 03.38
B000 Marseilles Cs. 93 ,
4000 Lyons 6s . . . 93H
SOOOMo P W
5s 1923 ,... 90Vi
1000 do 6s '26.. 8734
3000 Mo Pac g 4s. 58
2000 N Y C & H 6s 93
22000 X Y C 4,4s '63100
1000 N Y By 4s... 51 a
1000 dw 5s 22
4000 N Y W C &
B 4'4s 52V.
2000 Nor Pac 4s 801
1000 Ore S I. 6s 102 'i
1000 Pcre Slarqu 5s 81
2000 Pac Tel Bs 89
12000 Pa gen ct 4',4s. 87i
1000 Pub Serv NJ 6s 7S
1000 Bep I & S 5s.. 92'i
6000 St I. IM&S Bs 93i!i
1000 St H & S F scr
Awl r,9Ta
3000 Seal) AI, adj 6s 57
2000 So Bel 5s 88 Vt
1000 So Pac cv 4s. . . 79 i
3000 do rfd 4s "8
1000 South Hwy 5-s. 89 H
3000 Texas Co Gi.. 81
1000 Third Ave 4s.. 56'i
2000 do adj 5s . . 35
3000 IT s Rubber 5s."80U
13000 1' S Steel s f 5s 98'i
3000 Union Pac 4s. . 85
20000 Un K Gt Br
I 5s 9911
1000 do 4V4s '19. 98,',
4000 do 4K-n '19 99 t,
7000 do SVfcs '21.. 95-
1000 Va Car Chm 6s 97 's
1000 West Elec 5s.. 90'.
NEW YORK INACTIVE STOCKS
Following nre quotations for Inactive
New York stocks and In which there
were no transactions today. The price
given Is the last previous sale:
Adams Exp.. 68 oose-wies B 2GU
Adv Rumelcy 16 Loose-W Bis
Adv Rmly pf 44 isi. pr 86 Va
Alax Rub ... 64 Loose-WII Bis
Allis-Chal pf. 82ai . 2d pref ... 20
l.VIlTKIALS
Aetna Explosives . .
Am Brit Mfg
Am Marconi
Am Writing Paper
Air Reductlcn . . v.
Canadian Car Co.'.V
Can Car & Fry pref.
Charcoal Iron
Chevrolet Motors . . .
Cramp
Curtlss Aeroplane . .
Carwen Tool'
Carbon Steel 118
Lmerson Phonograph.
Federal Dve
Hendee Mfg
Bid
1V4
3
27'n
2V4
0.1
S3
80
7
133
78
30
7
Vest", clnae
ARk (sale)
Ausuat .
October
December
January
March
May .. .
'-1 SO .
24 r, 24. s.i :, 3.-, 2.1 a- 2.1 3S
24 34 24.3.1 24 74 24. S3 24.70
24 HI 21. HI 21 SS 24..V 24.03
21 O'l
24.13
Cotton Iluyers and Sellers
New Ynrk, July 30. August F. Hart
corn, hid
October Downs, W. Gumoens, Mit
chell, Montgomery, Brooks, Kumols and
Kellar hid : F artcorn, Bartlett, New
man. Johnston, McGhgec, Glfford and
Wilson offered.
Otis Elevator.
Peerless Motor
Poole Eng
Redden Truck
Scripp" Booth
Standard Motors ,
Steel Alloys
Submarine
St Joseph Lend
Todd Shipbuilding . . .
Triangle Film
United Profit Sharing
U S Steamship
United Motors
United Sugar
Derember W. Gumoens. Hanneman ! World's Film
and Johnston bid ; Frederlckson offered. Wright-Martin Air.
January Montgomery. Kclffer, New- inc concent
in
.1
82
44
A
7.1
38
47
14
.10
20
12V4
.1
16
14W
89
:a
8
3 1 Vt
30
0
12V4
(1
3
3V4
73
45
00
8
13.1
K3
37
8
122
154
2
20
8.1
46
81
42
2
S3
16
70
12
28
134
17
IS
93
Mi
0
3JT4
33
V,
0
13
'sk,
113
'Vt
s4
32
0
man, Johnston nnd Mitchell bid; Sellar.
urooKH anu vt cick oneren
! Illinois
1 Ohio
Prairie Pipe
eTAMMRP OIL
Liverpool Cotton
I.liernnnl. Julv 30 Sfiot cottnn wn I S O Cal
quiet today with prices easy on the 1 S O N J
S O N Y
basis of a decline of 14 points for mlo-
dllng, old contract, at 2O.20d and at a
drop of 13 points for good middling, new
contract, at 19.84d. The sales were 100i
hales The receipts were 2000 bales, all
American. The market for new future
contracts was nulet in the early dealings.
July old contract was 4 points lower at
19 05d Old contract, spot prices, were:
American, middling fair, 2151d: good
middling. 20.83d ; middling. 20.20d : low
middling, 19.68d; good ordinary, 18.68d;
and ordinary, 18.15d.
WAREHOUSE AT SHIPYARD
Large Building Authorized for Hog
Island Plant
Construction of a big warehouse at
Hog Island was authorized today by
Rear Admiral Francis T. Bowles rsslst
ant general manager of the Emergi ncv
Fleet Corporation. Work Is to Mart
Immediately. v.
Boilers, engines and other ship par's
that must he kept under cover will be ! Ooldfleld Florence
l.,J V" l"?" . "Vmm,5 'V. a'"-! Ooldfleld Kewanas
.,.- ww, Din c ,- iv,tvil miuiiie lift.
The warehouse will bocomplel?d wlihln
about tlir e iprntlib.
...163
. ..330
. . .255
...218
. . .533
...373
ixiei'i:x!ii:nt oil
Barnett Oil & Gas... 14
Cosden & Co V4
Elk Basin 3
Federal Oil 3 yt
Inter Petrol ISVi
Houston Oil 80
Merritt OH 24
Midwest Refining ...114
Met Petrol 1
Ohio Fuel is
Oklahoma lief '. n
Sapulpa Ref 7
Sequoyah
Sinclair 17
168
333
200
232
327
278
STOCKS
ft
6
2
134
83
23
11C
14
17
7K,
7V4
10
.MIXIXO STOCKS
Atlanta 4
Big Ledge.
Butte New York
Con Arizona . . . .
C F S & Jerome.
Emma Cons
First National...
Ooldfleld Merger.
Ooldfleld Cons
MUNITION BLAST KILLS 30
60 Others Injured by Explosion; at Shi-
monoseki, Japan
By the Associated Press
Ixindnn. July 30. Thirty person" were
killed and sixty others Injured by an
explosion of munitions at Shlmo-.iosekl,
Japan, on Saturday, says a Central News
dlsoatch from Toklo.
The munitions were being transported
from the railway station at Shlmonosekl
to barges In the harbor. They blew up
while a crowded train was standing In
the station.
Will 1 A frl. Gen. Boardman to Run
rBy the Associated Press
Xeenah. wla.. July 30. Brigadier Gen.
eral Charles R. Boardman, who yester
day was honorably discharged from the
army, will be asked to make, the race
for Congress, according to' leading Re-
puoiicuiiB oi tne aixtn District.
Green Monster
Hecla Mining ,
Howe Sound
Independence Lead..
Jerome Verde
Jim Butler
Jumbo Extension.
1
1
y.
10
3
4H.
4
3
88
10
McKlnley Darragh.).. 38
Magma 'Copper 31
Mother Ixidgo 35
Mines Co of Am IK
Nevada Hills S
Neveda Wonder Vt
NipUMlng
i
4
10
36 Vj
Ohio Conner.
Ray Hercules . . . .
San Toy
Tonopah Extension.
United Verde
West End Con....
White Caps
30
Yerlngton 3
liONDH
Bethlehem 6s . 00
Cosden Oil 6s 77
Cosden & Co 6s 17
Cudahy 5s , 7H
Russian Govt 5V4jS... 36
Russian Govt CVia... 37
Southern Ry 8s,,.., ts
Sinclair Oil
Tpdd Shipbuilding , i
K
1A
IV.
IK
13
2
3
iV
13
5
94
Vt
Y
4
94
63
13
43
33
37
1
10
1
IK
l'A
4H
13
194
37 H
1
31
6
09
81
SI
B794
3
SD
MM
"
i'H,
77V4
R9t
111
10c
o
20c
10c
3H
..ft
37
III
4V4
'ill
31o
09
t,nv
93 ',4
864
99 1,
83
74,
85
80
76.
93 H
93 H
74
39
93Ti
67
75i
7.T;
895
99 Vi
91i
98aj
19
67
51
79 V
00.84
03.38
04.44
03 00
03.38
93
9 3 ',4
90 V4
87 ?i
58
93
994
51 ,
52
804
102 V4
81
89 1,
87',,
78
92 U
93 4
: p m.
931-i
86 '4
99 H
83,f.
74H
85
80
76
93V4
93H
76
39
94
68
75 H
73
89
99J.
91,i
08
19
67
51
79 ft
00.80
03.28
04.30
05.18
03.38
93 ,
93 W
90 i
87
58
93 J4
99ii
51
52 U
80 &4
102 ',4
81
89
R7's
78
92 ',1
93
r.D B9
67 B7
88U 88U
79 '4 79
78 78
89 89
81 81
56',4 B6H
35 35
80',!. 80 1A
98 " 98
85 85
99 99a;
98,', 98 A
99 ',4 99 ft
95',4 95
97 Vi 9 7 ',4
9 6 '4 9B',4
Philadelphia Stocks
lllfth 1nv
2 Am Gas.. 60 60
600 Gen Asph 3.114 33Mi
200 do pref. 07 V4 67 Vt
13 Ins C N A 26 26
800 I,k Sup V 20V4 20
135 Leh Nav. 70 60T4
2 Leh Va!.. 38H 38V4
77 Penn UU 44 44ft
IS Pa Salt M 83 83
23 Phlla Elec 24 24'
60 1'hllaNat
Bk war.117 114
33 U G I .. asm. astu.
76SU S1Stcel.l08V4 107 108
Net
chee.
114
2 P.M,
60
88V4
67V4
26
20
70
38
44
83
24
110V4 2
64 V
Net
2 P.Jt. chue.
00.88 .38
0.1.00 . .
03 .60
05.06 .06
!)3 2
HONDS
..... ...... Utah Low
814180 LlbBds
3!4s ..O0.8B 00.30
430 do 1st 4s 03.00 11.1.00
2100 do 2d 4s 03.50 0,1
7230 do 4 Us. 05.10 OS
1000 Phlla Elec
1st Bs.. 0.1 0.1
PHILADELPHIA INACTIVE STOCKS
Following are quotations for Inactive
stocks listed In the Philadelphia Stock
Exchange and In which thero were no
transactions today. The price given Is
the last previous close:
A G war .... 1 Vi Miami Copper 29,4
A.mcr Gas . . . 6B Mldvnle 52 V4
Amer T & TO 95',4 Mlnehlll BO
Alliance Ins .. 194 N J & S 89V4
Amer Mill ... 11 Northern Cent 71
Amer Stores. . 29 Nor Pcnna . . 86
Amer Strs pf. 92 Penn Traffic. 24
Baldwin 91U Phlla Co .... 29V4'
Baldwin pf . .100 Phil Co cum pf. 33
Brill .1 G .... 25 Phlla & West. 6
Cam Steel .7.131 Phlla R T ctfa B0',4
Cataws 1st pf 62 Ray Cons ... 24
Cataws 2d pT 54 Rep Ir & Stl. 8 ',4
ConTracNJ 66 V4- Reading 89
Eleo Storage 54 Saxon Motor. 74
Erlo 15 Ton Mining.. 2'4
lit & B T ... 10 US Steel pf.110
Ht & B T pf. 17 Un Co of N J.18B
Lit Bros .... 25 '4 Warwk I & Stl 8V4
Leh Val Tr. . 20 Westlnghouse. 41 V4
Leh Val T pf. 27 Westmld Coal. 72 Vi
Little Schuyl. 48 W Jer S S. 39
GENERAL ASPHALT SHARES
BECOME PROMINENT AGAIN
IN LOCAL STOCK TRADING
Am Agr Chem 92f'
AmAg Ch pr. '.'4',!
Am Beet Sug 68
Am Bk Note. 34
Am Bk N pf.161
Am Can pf. . 94
A C C & St L 32
Am Car & Fy 84 "
Am C & F pf.110
Am Coal 62
Am Exp 90
Mackav Cn . . Ki
Mackay Co pf 71
Manhat Shirt. 6Z
Man ELSupCo 4 8
Manhat Kiev. 95
Max M 2d pf. 22 'i
May 11 S pf.,102'
Mex Pet pf. . 96
Mln ciStLnew 11
Mo Pacific pf. 67 '4
'"i j uwer. bo
An T.'lns'd" of. 80W Mont I'pw pf.101
Am T.nrn ... 67,i ?!0.r. Essex . 39
Am Loco pf. 98 a.
Am H & I. pf 79
Am Malf ... 6
Am Malt pf. 43 Vi
Am Rwys pf. 65
Am Shphld Co 30 '4
Am Sm pf ...104
1 S,n nf I! 89
Am Snuff pf.. 110
M K & T r. it
MK&Tpf. . 9
MSP SSM. 83
Nat Acmo .. 30V4
Nat Biscuit.. 94 u.
Nat K & S of. 96 "
Nnt Clk & St. S9
Nat Enamel.. 51
Nat Con fnh io
Short-Term Notes
Hate
per cent Hue Hid Aak
Am Cntlnn nil.. .-, Pent 'is no4 out
Am T . T (auhs) (1 Pell '10 00U 00V4
Armour A Cn. ... 0 June '10 0" 004
Armour & Cn 0 June '24 0.1 03a
Unlllmore & ohln .1 Julv '10 08'i 1ISW
Pethlehem Steel, n Feb '10 Ofl'i 00
IlrnokHn Itnp Tr .1 Julv MR oT I17V
Canadian Pac Ily II Mar 24 00, 00',4
f II 4 Julv '21 11.114 04
I'ela & Hudann.. .1 Aua '20 07' !I7W
Hrie Ilnllroail... .1 Apr MO 00 07
tleneral Klectrlc. rt Dec Mn 1)014 H0'4
Oeneral Klectrlc. 0 Julv '2(1 flll'4 100';
Ot Northern llv. ." Sept '20 D7'4 t7S
N Y Central.... n Sept Mn 07"i 01
Pennalnnla Cn. 4'4 June '21 (Ml HHU,
Puh Her Cor N' J . Mar Mil Oil 06i
Rem Arm U M C .1 Ken M0 06H 07'
Southern Rv.. .. .1 Mar MO 0S'4 !I8'4
1' H Mublier 0 Dec MS 1011 100U
Weat'h'se K & t 0 Feb M0 00N. 110
Fottniox oovnnNMKXT snqurtiTiKs
Am Ken Recur.. 3 Aub MO 07V I)7'i
Anslo-Fremh . . .1 Oct '20 03 II.1H
Areentlne (JnM.. it May '20 01154 07
Canadian OnM.. R Aue M0 07',4 11714
Cltv nf Paris... R Oct '21 R'114 SIlU
Repub nf France 3V4 Apr Mil 9Rl 08
HttMlan novt,... (l'-i June MO .17 r.ll
Russian Oovt. .. .1 Dec '21 nil .18
Onvt of Swltzer. .1 Mar '20 100 101H
ITn K nf O II .1 .Sept MR 00i 00'
t'n K of t rt.... .1 N'nv MO OR IIR'a
UnKnfOII.... .1 Nov '21 05 0.1
Common and Preferred. Score Good Advances; Market
Is Firm and Shows Slight Increase in Momentum.
Liberty Loan Bonds Active.
-.
The local stock market showed a firm tone early In today's trading, and,
while business was not large. It ivas much above that recorded yesterday,
when there was only a turnover of 1750 shares for the full session. (
Interest again switched to General Asphalt, which has been rather quiet
Blnce Its unusual show of strength and activity some time ago, nnd, with
sales totaling 600 shares by the end of the first hour, the common was
marked up IVi points and the preferred scored 'a gain of 1V4.
Next tcJ" Asphalt Lake Superior Corporation was the most active home
stock, nnd It hel clstcady at yesterday's closing quotation, after being fa
higher. Lehigh Navigation advanced rt fraction, Philadelphia National Bank
warrants scored an upturn of V4 Pennsylvania Salt anad American Gas were
unohangel and United Gas Improvement yielded Vi on trifling transactions.
United States Steel common was rather unsettled, due to the course
taken In Wall street, but, after a decline to below 108, It recovered part of
the loss.
Liberty Loan 3V4s were quite nctlve In -the bond division this forenoon
nnd their price reacted to yesterday's low of 99.30, while the 4V4s were also
active, but slightly higher. Philadelphia Electric first Bs lost 2 per cent to ,
93 an a small turnover.
...
The Duquesne Light stockholders' meeting to authorize a $25,000,000
mortgage, held In Pittsburgh yesterday, adjo.urned until 2:30 p. m. August
5, without transacting any business. The stockholders were expected to
authorize the Issuance of $25,000,000 25-year C per cent bonds to bo secured
by a mortgage on all the property nnd franchises of the company, of which
115,000,000 was to be used as collateral to secure the proposed Issue of
$12,000,000 3-year 6 per cent notes.
,-3l
Philadelphia Markets
Comertlble Intn Ions-term bomla.
LOCAL MINING STOCKS
TONOPAH STOCKS
Jim Rutler .
ilncXnmara .
Midway
Ml7pah Hxt .
Montnna
.North Star..
Rescue Kula
West Knd . .
Bid
,r
.311
.04
.0.1
.III
.nil
.on
ii'
A-l
.01
.32
.ml
.07
.12
,HR
i1
Am K Tnh nf 90 t. 0,at Lead.... 5T'
Sligaf.rflio'4 ,!.-. PMOOjf
:: S m2fM2d-54
nr r. i
N-Y Air Bke.,123'
.VOT&Mex. 18
N YC&St L. 16
.N Dock. ... 24
N Y Dock pf. 46
N Y & & W . 21
.Norf & So . . 21;
Norf & West. 103
Norf & V pf. 76
North Amer, . 42
Nova Scotia.. 60
Ohio Oas rets 63
Ohio Fuel Sup 44
Ontario Silver 11
Owens Bot . . 6
Am Tel & C. . 50
Am Tob pf n. 94V
Am Wool 59',b
AVi Wool pf. 94 'i
Am Wri Papf 27
Am 7. & Lead 19 Vt
Am V. - L pf 50
Asso D Gds. . 12
Asso Oil 59
Atchison 85 y.
Atchison pf.. 28 U
All Blr & At! 9'j
All C. & WI pf 65
B & O Pf---;,"
Bald Loco pf.100
Barrett Co... 94
unrrpii v u n.i"- n, . ..
Batopllas Mln 1VS '"' !';
Booth Fish Co 2Ri
Bkn Rap Tr. . 41
Brown snoe o
Brown S pf . . 97
Hriinswlck . . 1-2
Burns Bros . .122',i
B Cop s- .- i
Butte Sup . . . 30
nutterlck Co. 92
Cal Pack, 40?8
Cal Petrol .1. 19
Cal Pet Pf . - - 60 4
Cent Fdy ... 34'
Cent Lpf...-102 tJ
Certalnteed P 33
Certeedlst pf.
Chand Motor. 83 V
Chi & Alton., an
Chi C,t West. 8
Chi O Wes pf. 24".
Chi & No.... 02
Chi O Nw Pf.125
CCC .& St L. . 32
Cluett Peabdy 52
Col Fuel & 1. 46 3
Cnl Ariz. .. ou
CM R- South.. 21
GOI.DF1BI.D STOCKS
Atlanta 03
Hlue Hull 01
llonth 01
Ulamf II. H 02
Daisy "1
Kewanaa "1
Oro 01
Sand Ken 01
Silver l'lck 04
MISCELLANEOUS
Arizona t'nlttd 13
Vnv, tl, U'nnd.r 4
Tecopa Mlnlne
.0.1
.02
,111
.03
."1 I
.0.1
.03
.03
.03
'7 ,
.10 i
GRAIN AND FLOUR
WHEAT Receipts h.1,334 bush. Market
Trm, with light olferlnKB. Quotations: Car
lota. In export elevator, Oo eminent stand
ard Inspection, standard prices No. 1, red
winter, 2.3s No. 1. northern sprlnif. J2 a.
No. 1. hard winter, S2.3'l; No. 1, red win
ter. R-nrllcky. 12 37: No. 2. red winter. 12.30:
No. 2. northern spring 2.3il: No. 2. hard
winter. 2.3(l: No. 2. red winter, garlicky,
$2 34: No. 3. red winter. 12.32: No. 3.
northern aprlnc. J2.32: No. 3. hard winter.
J2..12: No. 3. red winter, garlicky. $2.30.
CORN Hccelpta, r.lll.1 bush. Trade was
quiet, but prices were stead y held. Quo
tations: Car lota fur local trade: No 2
vellow. $1 gxOl.MO; No. 3 jellow. J1.87&)
l.NS. .
OATS Receipts. 21. 0R0 bush. Prices were
steadily maintained, with a limited trade.
Quotattona: No. 2 while. 7'7!,: stand
ard white, 80 W87c: No. 3 white. 8IIG
.S0c: No 4 white. 84 (fl 8.1c.
VI rum n.n.tnl..1 111 1 ,, lt.a In ..l,a
I Trade was quiet nnd w'lntera wero easv, but
,,, d,iiiiks nrif situi.- nim iiiiiivi. i,uinn"
tlona: To nrrle, per 100 lb1., paeked In
08-lb, ancka Winter wheat, new. 100 per
cent flour. $10.7.1(M1: Knnsas wheat, new,
101) per cent flour, ill. 2.1( 11. .111: spring
whent. old. Ion per cent flour. JlLSriiiT 11.7.1.
RYE FI.OUH was quiet and steady. We
quote ot $9.731U.7. per bbl.. In sacks, na
to quality.
' PROVISIONS
The market ruled Arm with a fair job
bing trade. The quotations ranged aa fol
lows: City beef, in sets, smoked ana
alr-drlrd. 47c: weatern beef. In Beta, amoked.
47c: city beef, knucklea and tendera. amoked
and nlr-drled, 48c, weatern beef, knucklea
and tendera. amoked 4Hc: beef hama. $00;
pork, family. $32333: hnms. S. P. cured,
loose, S0W31c: do. skinned, loose. 809
81c: do, do, amoked, 3234c: other hama.
amoked, city cured, aa tn orand and average,
3133c: hama. amoked. western, cured.
3163.1c: do. boiled, boneleaa. ne: plcnlo
ahouldera. S. P. cured, loose 23 c: do.
amoked. 24 c; belllea. In pickle, according
to aerage, loose, 82c: breaktaot bacon, aa
to brand and average, city cured. 41e;
breakfaat bacon, weatern cured. 41c: lard.
weatern. refined. 226c: lard, pura ".
Kettla rendered 20026 c.
"REFINED SUGARS
Demand waa fair and the market ruled
Orin under llsht offerlnga. Wo quote on a
basis of 7.5Uc for One granulated.
DAIRY PRODUCTS
Government Local
Market Reports
This dally report Is sent out by the
Bureau of Markets of the United
States Department of Agriculture,
I'hlladclphla branch, with head,
quarters at 300-311 Insurance Ex
change Building.
(Wholesale prices on large lots to
jobbers based on sales at the various
railroad depots.)
FRUITS
Al'l'I.ns New Jersey, -buahel baaketi.
fancy. 7ncJH1.2.1: poorer. IMWllOc.
BLACKDKRRIES New Jersey, per quart.
20 W 22c.
CANTALOUPES North Carolina, aland
ards. $203.-i(i: fiata. $11.25; Rldgewaya.
atandarda, $33.73: ponlea. jM.7fi03.oO;
Mnryland, atandarda, $2.7.1W3.2.1: ponlea.
$1.011(1 1.7.1; Arizona, stnndnrda, J44P4.no;
flats. $1.6.1; New Jersey, -bushcl batketa.
tl.: sii & 2. 2.1.
HUCK1.KHERRIES New Jeraey. per
quart. 14MWc. '
. PEACHES Oeorgla, 6-baaket crate. EI
bertaa, t.1W3.7.1: North Carolina. 6a, Ei
bertaa and Helios. t33.7.1: New Jeraey,
16-quart hasketa. fancy. 7.1c$TMi21; poorer.
ITililflOc: S-haaketa. 41.2.1 1.. 10.
RASPHERRIUS New Jeraey. per pint.
1210 licr-
WATERMELONS Georgia and Carolines,
car lotB. $100S'4.10.
HEANS-
green and wax.
,111 n' t
VEGETABLES
New Jersey. H -buahel
taAlcnta.
fancy. 8,'ictf Jl.iTi; poorer.
HEETS Nearhy.jjer bunch. SROr.
CAI1HAOE New Jeraey. H -buahel haak-
; IVnnslanla, per barrel, $1.7".
CHKKSIC Supplies wem mn and the
market wbh a shade hixher under strong
nittnirv ii(1itfM nnd u fiilrlv ncllvn ilfmanil.
MONEY-LENDING RATES I uo;"Vn,'v XSW York, whole-milk, fancy.
NKW YORK Money on call, mixed I fair to Rood, fresh, r.?M.!i,c. Wlnconsln.
collateral, opened today at 5 per cent wholo-mllh,- rjiic-. t.U & U' : do, do, fair
for lendinir and renew inc. On Indus- iht'itemj i. m..ii,i . fnirk- ..f.tit ami
' trials the opening rate waa 5H Vf ,t,h irkt ruled firm under llnht nfferhiKH.
I iiv iuiiktiuuiia luui'n i iv1111' l,(,1-l',r11 tLiia-
S L cpnt.
I t. t. & ft L. 501 I Tl.ara lu Mr. Itmn innnov nfeeerl nnil
I'an-AmPet nf wiZ ' i,Q DniHnn ...in, ,n.iuni tn nvAi'it.
Peoria Al Kast. 438 ! funds remains unchanged. Business con-
People's Gas
l'ere Jlnrq...
Phlla Co
Plerce-Arrow..
Plerce-Ar nf. .
Pitts Coal . . .
Tl. c- -rtr
Pond Ck C Co 19
Pr Street C )f. 07
Public Serv ..100
Pullman 113'4
iteang 1st pf. 99
rtead 2d pf . . 39
4 4 ',4
14'8
28i
39 a
97
51 U
9 a
in small
sts entlrelv of renewals
amounts for thlrtv days.
Thero Is a moderate Inquiry for time
loans, hut It Is said that beneath the
surface there is no urgent demand. Quo
tations are unchanged, with the bid nt
B?l per cent for all maturities on pond
mKed and 6 per cent on all industrials.
Call money Is In somewhat better
supply. The ensler tone, however, does
not Indicate) an abundance of funds.
Tlin demand in nnt nrnsclnir nnd the. Were flrmlv held. Quotations: Fowla. 34tf
.-islnc- nf ratns merely renrespnts n. rend. 3.1c. Sprlnit chickens, not Leghorns
t.. t o ';.....;.. I iiLimni nf im.ilv t ,lo,i I Welithln l'i W2 lbs. apiece. 3NW4lic; welgn-
Hy's! 8pr Pf. M " " fWnoe-rV nuj 4 B-iBfl. I feJ'VoosJers:
Royal Dutch. 102 MH for eligible members, 4i,UT4Vv for I 2.ie26ci ducks. Pekln, aprlns. a.lfoS.V:
Saxon afntnra 7ii i eligible nonmembers and 5'405ai for Mo. do. old. 285l30c; do. Indian Runner. .20
. a i t iiii.i .. i ..ni tl v.rttl n. nttr.
er, cxlla, 1.1c; hlRher-scnrlns booiIs. -WW
48c; extra nrsls, 44c: llrsta, 4S't(.44c;
seconds. 42iT(43c; fanc brands of prints Job
blnu at MuSSc, choice at niic; fair to good
lit 4n(ic4!lc.
EtlO.'s 1'holce llrst stock ruled firm, with
supplies closely cleaned up. Quotations;
Tree cases, .nearby Orsls. $12. OOSi 13.20 per
standard case; current receipts. 412 tin per
case; wesKrn extra tlrsts. $12.liof 13.20 per
case; firsts. $12.00 per case; fincy (.elected
tEBs were Jobblnt- at -tOQAlc oer dozen.
POULTRY
L.IVE Sorlnsr chickens were tn Rood tle-
mand and aKaln hlaher. other'descrlptlons
Savage Arms. 73
St L&San Fr. 12
St L & S F pf. 27
St L & S W pf 21
Seaboard A L. IV,
Seahd A L pf. 19i
Sears-Tloebk .136
Col&St 1st pf. 49T4 Sears-Roeh nf'.lie
Com 7a,b," t? Ti v Sou,h nllwy. 23
" ."X w s; " ci j-or IllC SU.lbU
e.-.nl Oeiq. . . n5
VUllBU. o.V
Cont can.... ijt
Cont Can Pf.- 09
Cont Ins Co.. K0U
Corn Prod pf-lOl,,
Crucible .... 67
Cruc S Pf.... 9g
Cuba Am Su.155
CubaC SPf.. 81J
Deere & Co pf 92
Del & Hud... 107 H
Den & Itio G. 4
Den -t K G pf 6&,
Det Kdon...J25
OI,S W...i"
S Por Rico rts. 64
S P n S pf.,107
Shattuck-Arlz 16?,
Sloss-SJieff . . 63
South n pf... 63
Std JII11 pf... 80 '4
Studebaker pf. 84
"Ktutz Motor. . 40i
Sup Steel ... 43 Va
S Stl 1st pf.. 95
Texas Co ...152
Tide Wtr OII..186
Third Ave ... 19,
Tob I'rod pf... 93
Inellglbles.
rmt.Ani'.i.pjiiA Call.
time. B?i56 per cent.
eons,
pair
old. cat pair.
2S'(f;iuc.
6 ner cent :
Commercial na-
per, three to six months, 50)6 per cent;
six months, C per cent.
I.OSIioV Money on call was un
changed today at 3 per cent. The rate
of discount in the open market for short
and three months' bills remained unal.
tered at 3 17-32 per cent.
. 1 .
Reserve Banks' Discount Rates
Official discount rates nt the twelie
Federal Reserve banks were as'follows:
(The first column gives tho rates for
all pcilods up to and Including the llf.
teen-day maturity, tne second for a I choice stock sold falrlv and prices gener
perlod of sixteen to ninety days. The i iiv ruled Arm. as follows: Apples, Vlr-
mini iiiui luurui cuiuuins are tne rates i ginla, per on. i;nii; no. per --ttui-ii.
for rediscounts of collateral loans so. bskt.. .10cff$1.2.1: do. per buah. bakt.. tlW
cured bv floyernment hnnds ni- note- 2.2r.. Peaches. (leorBla, per ii-nasi.ei ear:
I0&4.1c; do, ouns, per
iirvmsi:ii was In nnd renuest nnd Ornl
under light offerings. Quotations ranged aa
follows: Kreah-kllleil fowla. In bhls., fancy,
dry-picked, fancy selected. 37V4c: weletilnK
4 lbs nnd over apiece. 37c: smaller sIzcb,
3330c: old roosters, dry-picked, 2Sc: broll
IliK chickens, western, fancy, we ghlng 2
lbs and oer nplece. 44o4.1i'i smaller alZM.
42W43c; spring ducks. Long Island and Penn
aylvanla. 3.1't WBIIVjc- squabs, per dor en.
white. welKhini 11 Wis lbs. per dozen, J8
R.2.1; dn. weighing 0W10 lbs. per dozen, $7S
7,r,0; do. weighing K a. per dozen. $llfi
0 .VI; dn. weighing 7 lbs. per dozen. $4. .in
.": dn. weighing BWflVa lbs. per dozen. $.1
?4: do. dnrk. tl.soes.30; do, small and
No. 2. tl2.B0.
FRESH FRUITS
i nm na ir i ;i-ii' t nnn ...-..."- --- - . .... ,. -
Erie -...-.' JS' TStL&Wpf. 15 1.1 dayada" 1.1 da a'da?i , nr O-basketVarrler. "f'J' ?nV hush'-bskt
Krie 2d pf... " Transue-Wms. 39'4 I rtoator 4 4'i 4 4' " ' , : do. Jty&i: lb"orii:
FM.& Sm pf. 34 Twla Cy nap. 40 , New York ... . 4 4. 4 U ' cnllfnTnia. hn tTR so. yrapefrult.
Fisher Body. 38 Under Type. .105 .n,rtapnn,hla "it, ft i 0 fierbox $45 Pineapples PortdnrVo. per
Fish Rdy pf.. 91 Un BaK & P 75 i5,. W lv 1 .! crate $38. Then ea. California, per hox.
SPn, TRR 7? U " Sd Pf 77 ;ghlc.o 4 " " j J J erntl$,3.7"fTrro. C PeaJSr'rallfornla. Pf
fiUlf ft SJ.VU "ii Un nT Inv.. 8", ?t- Lnula 4 4V 4 4' I TJix 4 95 4 BO? Anrlcnta. California, per
C.ulf Sts Stl.. 84 Un Ry Inv pf 17V4 I ,"n,"tWV.,. " 4 it 4 J ' crate t2Vs:sii. Cantaloupea North Caro-
Hmestke Mln. 70 Un M steV, 3 Jfean," Cy --. - U Ta. per" atandarr crate t2.7.13: do dn
Ha- Klec .--19K, United Frult.126 . I San' Pranclico 4 ft 4 4X per nonv crate. $22..1fl: do do per Oat
Unrlman . lA
......... 17J,
Union Pac pf. 71
ntHrv.NJ.H "S c'lr P.V 141
J?.1 "arCO Pf III P. 3 C IrP Pf 44'
i,ilt. ...- --. r ij M ,nn a, ir s4i
in va -. . . - " I .
Tf IVTarlne
int Panfer . . . 36'.j
Iowa Cen ... 28
int Nickel pf. 9Ji
Hit Paper ... 35
.Tewel Tea Pta.,91
K C F S&M pf 9
Kelly Spg ... 50
Key Tel pref. 48
Kings Co Elec
L & Co.... 90
Kress S H... 55
Lake K & W 9
Lk K W pf 19
L & Mv Tob. 165
L M TODpr.iui
FOREIGN EXCHANGE
New York, July 30. Pesetas displayed
strength in the early dealings In the for
eign exchange market today. Quotations
on Stockholm and Copenhagen were
higher, while those on Chrlstinnia wero
U S nhy Imn 15 U
U S Rlty Imp
1st pref ... 50
U S Smelt.... 43,i 'easier. Dutch and Swiss rates were un
utan nee ... i ',4 'changed.
U S S & n nf 44 '4
VaiCar Chem. 50
Va Car Ch pf,107
Vulcan Detln. 7Vi
West Maryl'd. U ',
west -lid 20 pf 32
West Pac ... 22 i
West Pac pf. . 63
Wheel &E. 9
wnito 4U
T V.e-Wllen . 2KU W UVS OV nf. 82U
Lorlllard P pf.102 , Woolworth ...Ul
Local Meat Market
(The. following report of the freah meat
trade fn Philadelphia la furnlahed by the
locnl livestock and meats office of the Hu
reau nf Marketa. United States Depart
ment of Agrlcutture.)
FrtKSH.HEEF Recelpta moderate: bulk
common light Cattle; market ery draagv
nn eventhlng but choice: demand for htnd-
quartera llsnt, lorequarirra mTuiuuinitiii:,
Ouota'tlons were:
Demand sterling 4.75 A, cables 4.76 A.
Sixty-day bills 4.73 ; ninety-day bills,
4.71.
Franc checks, 5.71, cables 5.69,
Lire checks 8.01. cables 8.00.
Swiss checks 3.95. cables, 3.92,
Guilder checks 51 Vi. cables 52.
Pesetas checks 27.10, cables 27.20.
Stockholm checks 35.35, cables 35.75.
Christlanla checks 31.20, cables 31.60,
Copenhagen checks 31.05, cables 31.46.
Ruble notes were quoted at 13.90 11
for the 500s and 14014,10 for the 100s.
BANK CLEARINGS
KOSHKP. BEKF Supply nurmal; market
dull nn koaherchucka and plates at $24 tn
$27; firm on hinds anir-rlln'at $28 to $32;
demand fair
STEERS Recelpta moderate;
low al $23 to $27 on chnlre beef; v
nn common cattle t $14 to $20;
market
very alow
i; demand
light.
roVS Recelpta llnht: market weak at
$13 tr$lK; demand limited.
nill.LS Recelpta ery light; market dull
at $13 t ; demand poor.
veal Recelpta moderate and mostly
heavy caTvea: market weak at $23 to $24 on
light veal: heavy cahea at $14 to tl7: .de
mand very llsht.
PORK Recelpta moderate: market steady
at $20 to 131 on lolnaj demand light.
- . ..n n..,lnla moderate: martlet nn
Soko iambi iteadyt t2T to $29t demand
Rank clearlnga today, compared with cor
reapondlng day laat two years;
111 IK 1(117 101(1
Phlla. ..t.16.3'5.728 t.1.47ll,41.1 1 38,012.70.1
Boston . 40,S83,.17l .13.733,763 31.H72.83.1
N, York. 011, 484. 317 612,0oll.8IU 4tS,740,3M
NO GOLD GOES OVERSEAS
War Department' Forbids Americans to
Take Such Coin
By the Associated Press
etand'ard crate. 44.2S: do ,''"-.d- jer
inny crate. -:..iii.i :. 'c,.;v,!cti -n
Maryland, ner atandard crate $2..10J3..10;
do. do.. per ponv crate. tl.7.le2.2.i: no. no.
Ser Oaf "crate, $ 1 ? 1 . : do. Call font 1 Tur-
iKt crntk SI M.fM,7r.: do. Arizona, Btandrird
! -i.-"i". "" 'J.'." " "ti hiflii sV.
do.' Arkanaa.trr standard, crate ,fS3.R0:
Oat crate l.an 1 .7.1. Watermelona, aoiith
"?n nar 100. $3007.1; do. per carload. $200
4.10.'
VEGETABLES
rotatoe- ruled flrrn and hlBher "rider
dlf.hctr.pr.Toen,,ve"rne, iJX $$
lio: ,.W,r;ft"2.fe-2.Pnvh
nn'lutnes Eastern Shore. ner bbl. No. 1,
ti "lCT4'7.1 i: No. 2. $2 .104312.7.1. White po
taiws Jeraev. rTer -bushel baaket No.
toes. Jersey, per hamper No, l, -"""'
3- No. 2 $12.1f1.7.1 Lettuce, New York,
nir crate, ,10cl $1.2.1. Peas. New York,
pef buahel, baaket, tl.M2. O"'""" , J
sey. per H-bushe baaket. $1.21 ": dn.
dn white; per bushel-hamper., taga.gn;
do".' Westefn,Pper lon-lb ban. "Mi3.75.
Muahrooma, nearby, per lb.. 60WSOC
INTERN GERMAN RESIDENT
Failure to Register and Falsified Na
tionality Are Charged
For falling to register as a German
allan and falsifying his nationality) and
name In an affidavit before the United
States slilpplng board, WUam Behrens
Jeraey, -bushel
Jeraey. H -buahel
per crate (2 dozen
Jeraey, ' -buahel
eta, 406 60c;
CARROTS Nearby, per bunch. Iffi2tye.
CELERY New Jeraey, per bunch, 13
4.1c. - ,
CORN New Jersey, S -buahel haaketa. tl
u 1..1.1: i-ennsvnania, per iitti eara, a-.ou.
tui-U.Mlir.liw .ew
baskets, 3.ifti i.ic.
Efjal'LANTS New
baskets 1 1. 2.1 (fl. Till
LETTUCE New York,
neacla). 2.1cf Jl.
LIMA I1EANS New
baskets S1.7,11f2. I
JIliSHROOMS Nn arrivals,
ONIONS New Jaraev. .-bushe! basket!.
ellnwa fancy. $1. 2.101. 60; Maryland, ham
pers. $2; western, luO-lb. sacks, $3.70;
cratea. $2.7.1ff3.
I'BAS .New York, uusnei namnera, tl.TS.
PEPPERS New Jeraey. 4 -bushel bask
ets. 31fl(lc.
POTATOES Per barrel (approt. 154 lbs ),
Eastern Shore. No. J, branded. t4.2.1J4.7.1:
No. 2. il.no0S..Vi: New Jeraey. H -bushel
baskets. Mlcf$l: No. 2. 4nsf6(lc.
WJl'ASH New Jersey. H -buahel baakets,
1.12.1e.
TOMATOES New Jeraev. "t -buatiel baak-
eta. early primes, nnifjisic: culls, sot
second early primes, (ocvPtl. 21; culls.
9JT4(ic:
l. 33
AUCTION SALES YESTERDAY
ORANGES California, per box (126 to US8
In box). $H.2.18 2.1.
LEMONS California, per box (300 to 420
In box). $3.(1.1(&'9.0S.
PLUMS California, per 4-baskct crate,
SI SiiO 2.40.
PEARS California, per box (4.1 lba. net).
Hartletta t3.704.SO.
GRAPES California, per 4-baskct crate.
$4.3(104.3.1.
COMMUTATION FARE
TO N. Y. IS 58 CENTS
Monthly Ticket, 54 Rides, on
Three Railroads, Now
Costs $31.56
Washington. July 30. Officers, eo I Sartari Etreet near Susquehanna avenue,
listed men and civilians attached to the
army are prohibited in a War Depart
ment order today from taking gold with
them when leaving for foreign service.
Attention was called to, the fact that
this is a violation ot the . embargu
against gold exports and the, suggestion
was made that the men secure "service
checks" or travelers' checks and letters
has been nterned, Todd Daniels, chief
local agent of the Department of Jus
tice, announced today. j
In the affidavit Behrens gave his name
as Andrew Duyal and said he was born
in this city. He was' making an effort to
enlist In the merchant marine. A ires.
Fifty-eight cents Is the new commu
tation ticket fare between this city and
NVw York. The monthly ticket, good
for fifty-four one-way rides between the
two cities, may be purchased, beginning
tomorrow night, for $31.56.
The new rate applies on the Phila
delphia and Heading, the Pennsylvania
nnd the Central Railroad of New Jersey.
The tickets will be good only on the
road Indicated.
To guard against misuse of the ticket,
the holder will be required to provide a
photograph of himself, not more than
one and one-eighth Inches square, which
will be attached to the ticket and
stamped for purposes of Identlcatton
Each trip will cost about fifty-eight
cents. .
Tho reason for the reduction, as set
forth In the announcement. Is "to ac
commodate the greatly Increased travel
betweenThlladelphla and New York,
Parlor car service to seashore points
promise), to be a rare convenience In the.
,future, at least on the Pennsylvania
uaiiroad. Parlor ano ciud cars nave
been discontinued on all trains be
tween Camden and Atlantic City, except
those leaving Market street wharf at '4
and 5 o'clock In the afternoon on week
days and those'leavlng Atlantic City at
7 and 7:30 o'clock In the morning. This
does not affect bridge trains leaving
Broad Street Station. . j
All parlor cars were discontinued
weekdays and Sundays between Camden
and Ocean City, Cape May and Wild
wood. Bridge trains between Broad
Street Station and Wlldwood were elimi
nated entirely. ' The bridge service to.,
Cape May will be continued.
Many Trains Propped
Many cuts were announced on the
Schuvlklll division, between Philadelphia
and Pottsville. Most of the passenger
business in this territory will be han
dled by the Reading.
MUSTN'T RELAX EFFORT
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Allied Gains Cralifying, Neverlbelect
Raker Says
Waalilniton, July SO.k Official dis
patches to the War Department. Secre
tary Baker says, show the Allies have
made substantial progress on both sides
of the Solssons-Rheims Ballent Sunday,
"It Is fortunate that our' people accept
the present successes with a true meai
ure of their significance," said Mr.
Baker. ."They are ,, cause (or con'
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