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JOCK CHANGES SMALL
AS CBEIT BUTTLE DUCES
pited Stales Steel Way Strong Fen
turu of Day Among Slaml
aifl Stocks.
S I? A H NINO'S AUK li.MU.E
Lor Paying All Interest riiarKes,
Nets Sum FJqulvalenl to Ji?!!!). 17 a
|Sltar? on Common?\V?kcn Kiilscd
I ft Per Cent.
ny iiroauan wall.
l_\V YOltK. March -7.?Mtocks closed
hlly under the beat to-uay without ma
?1 m-l <.liungeh In any (ii-piiriiiirul or
inuraet. '1 (id no i from lh'> ba<llo
*a- ? oiii.ldrrod good. and was u'.ccptou
.? U'H I i-n*i evidence lliut tli? German
? n.i? i.ii.iil. The nurk<:i ?a.-! umlor
"??' f of tne reduction of i 1 u ton In
Iron ami heavy iitelUne .-trap,
I the Incn-use of la per cent in \ui;ea
ilit 3ite| Corporation.
piuieii Males Micel was the blroiig fea
the 'J u> aitionc the Ids ulamlurd
? be. At one time It rot>? above j?. anil
eiojC'l ftllti j frui l.onui gain oven alter
luuricement of the wane increase. The
<K wah also Inllueiicetl t>> prt-inaiuie puu
It'lori of details of tne annual report which
to be ina<)u putdl>: to-morrow morning.
American < ar anil Foundry common was
Krone fpccialty, and had an extreme
vcmeni of more than 3 point*, most oi
Ich It retained. Baldwin v.UH another
ac leature The weaa etcx-W ?.f the <la>
[* tttuilroaker, which sold down to U'J 7-t>,
iew low price for the year.
liberty bonds wore neither so active nor
>np au on yesterday. They were weii
en by large investors who will not con*
t them into the new 4 1-4 per cent
ill. owing to th1? smallheed of ihe new
e It Is not expected that the campaign
Its distribution will Interfere inu< h with
r stock market.
Antral l-'ounJries sold oft rather sharply
announcement of the lowering of the
ca or ba?lc p.g Iron, for lhat Is its prln
a| business.
? Insiders came to the rescue nulckly
ho company has never solJ_ tne bulk oi
the company
Xis Iron above $33 a ton. The redU' '.ion
lerefore Dot Important. American .Mall
m not dealt in. but a report was current
|a new and very proBtable contract Uiat
11 probably be Oiled while preparations ar?
Iklns for liquidation.
pamphlet report of tba United States Steel
rporation shows that all taxes and Interest
rtos there was left out of the 1117 earn*
* beilaoee of 139.17 a share for the com
?t*ck. TTve company paid out In dJvi
ta It par cent on the common stock,
i* stock si change will be closed on Krt
TOU. Hareh IL?Usreaatll* paper-;
MntbsL I' six niontlu. ft flterllns:
?ay bllia I4.73U: commercial sixty-day
?n banka, H.71%; commercial s'.xty-day
i. 94.71V*; demand. 147.r>^; cable*.
11-W; bar silver. Mexican dollars.
frovernment bonds. lrr?irular: railroad
it, trrsrular. Time loans, firm: sixty
a ninety days and six inonthn. f, b.d
I money, etrunc: rullns rato. v
BOND LIST
Wrltlnr Paper I* fbldl -
rlo-FYencll in
.antic. Coast Line 4*
If.". it.? It. and N. col. 4a
Ic. l. cv. 4.* (Baltimore) fbidi
}si[.f and Ohio CV 4't.i
!>apeake and obio cv. iu
fett and Myers os
I'aM Tohscco f>s (bid)
-?antlle Marine ?-? ?
board Air I.lne r'f. 4s (b'.dl .
hoar'l Air l.lrie adl 6s
Ihern Hallway 4?
'h?'n Ftall*. ay h.* ?
H ltcslftereil 1^. 11*11 fbldl
S il?if'ht?red 3s. lils <bldi......
S. H*sl?lercd 4->. lO^T. (tl'J)
S. liberty Loan a'ts
J- l.lbertv Loan l^t 4s cv ..
fi Liberty Loan 1'r.d 4i
Steel Corp. fe
|-Hrt>wr> Rron *"!f> I'.V. \'a.i 'af?edi
l-C'ar. Chemical Co. 6s
|-Car. Chemical f'o cv. (ask^'ti
RICIIMONU STOCK .MARK I".T.
illy I'^-kic G Hurth ?*' ' >_
I*. i hn:on?l. V# . March l
.?*: K hi.i I ltd ll-S. li iI A
a '? Old C. and It
j-'inia i>r.'?r|i?v 74
Kli.U'i/l' H"M)S
| h?r Ital" ws v 1.1 Is
I; H?> . t.'J i! M 4*..
ftf.::r riv .stocks
V>\ and Pl.w. i"o . nM .
. I; an ! I'i'W i o lom.
IMI.II'IAP S'IOi ks.
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aid < 'Kin
land V . mm
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|\ SK .t 'I IWi ft* 1"4?CK.
a:i Nstlonsl 1
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Hid
, r*i ? and TrttHtS 1'^
? raI National {'*;
it National J0O
llonal Mair and City j.....
Trust and .SavliiKS Co... IV?
[Inla Tru-t Co 1?/
t V7nd Bank ?1
ISCELLA.S'KOUS.
Car. <*h?mlcal. rfd jM
Car. Chemical, com 10?
1 Klre and Mar. Ins i'o?
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V.:
COTTON MARKETS.
W TOItK. March .7. ? The cotton rt.?r
comparatively- quiet dur ti? to
i (ratline with early ad vanc^ followed
reaction* under rfnewfd liquidation ?c
panled bv rumors of further litrnua
tub*.'. July contracts sold '?!' from
i"iW and closed at ilia! love! with
general list clootris steady hi a net l..-s
i to 19 points. The market oy:."! .-'.*a ly
t. decline of 3 point* to an advance of
ilntsi. and showed considerable tirinpe-v
r? was further buying by l.tverpool and
estlc trade Interests. as well a- siat
I roverlnir on the bullish character "f
spot news and a cheertul view of the
j war new*. May soid up i<> 33.01, and
>ber (o SI.11. making net advani es of 8
points. and rallies ?.f to St points
the low levrl reached on tlie l,:'?k of
day. This made a recovery to wllhl'i
4 points of the reason's high records
July and October, which seemed HUffl>
1 to brine out a renewal of t-<?? t'.-rltm
Idatlon. The disposition to take profits
one contracts wax increased by f^vora
erop advices, and the eeiling hecaino
? active late In the afternoon on reports
ess favorable ivar news. A private re
Indicated a probable Increase of *; 5
cent In acreage. There was a!.-o a re
from Memphis that crop conditions east
he rlvnr were 10 per cent hetter than at
time last year, t.'otton futures tab!-*:
Open. High. l.'/w. Close.
32 S3 3.1.01 32 71 a.'.Tl
32. w aj.34 rj.os
iber 31.12 31.IS 80.9,! SO.Ot
mber 20 Si V\~<o 1A7'*)
jary .?? so S3 ;x*.;i ui.Ti
ot cotton, quiet; middling. ;;4 33c.
CSV YORK. March 27.?rort movement?
^llng. S4.2Eh:; stock. 1.14.507 bales
tal to-day at all port.-"?Net receipts.
bales; exports, 6.C37 bales: stock,
249 bales.
tal for week?Net receipts. 54.070 baler;
>rts, 31.407 bales.
taJ for season?Net receipts. 5.217,5'jO
s; exports. 3.139,577 bales.
IW ORT^BANS. March 27.?A^thonjh the
on market here held steady at a small
advance during the greater part of to
a session, there were periods of enslnes?
nd the onenlng and the close, and Until
es were the lowest of the day, show
net losses of 12 to 14 points. This de
i was due to offering* bv long? who were
'dating hocause of unci rtalnt.v over the
bit ua lion, and also because of the
er holidays following the close to-mot-.
Initial prices were lower on the old
a and higher on the new. the old
s loslnr 5 to 7 points. After the opening
the market moved to higher levels on
einand encouraged by the strength of
dry roods market, and 11 was also saul
trade buying was coming In, especially
the nc*v crops, which appeared to ao
it for (heir ateadlness on the opening
the highest levels prices were ? to 12
Is over yesterday's dose. The drv
IhT In Texas was a sustaining in
ice, hut was partly offset by improved
accounts from other sections of th"
Spots wrre steady and uuchan'-ed a'
for middling. which compared to 31,Si as
day's high price on May.
ot cotton, steady and unchanged. Sales
the spot. l.SSI bales; to arrive, none.
Sling. 33.50c.
new vork rnonici; market.
1W YORK. March i?7.?Raw sugar,
dy; centrifugal. rt.WS; line granulated.
Butter, easier: cheese, irregular. Spot
e. tileady; Rio 7s. ; Santos 4s*. 1l'4.
the absence of trade demand cotton oil
featureless, closing barolv steady. Ad
nal tenders of 800 barrels were made
sing the total on March contract up to
barrels. Prlmo crude, 17.60; primo
or yellow, spot and March, nominal'
?JSX25; July. 20.M1.
CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET.
IICAOO. .March "7. ?Hopeful aspects of
war developments did a kooU deal to
C about higher price.M to-day in grain,
closed firm, '.vc net higher, with
J.3?'4 (flll.Si?*. Oats advan-'d
irovlslons the flnh>h varied from do.
to an equal gain.
BAT?
tures not <iuo(cd.
N? Open High Low Close,
ig I '.'SH 1.99H l.:? I.IS14
rch r?l?i 91-i 9l'"i 91 "v'
... *t>S S7 *;<, Ji7 I
ii
j- ...w.... 49 00 49 00 4S.W 4S.S5
rch ....... ..... 2I..20
2B.30 ?.?fi.r.O 2?.;?
2ti.27 26.1,0 2*J.'>)
^ *
ir.b
Official Range and Sale of Stocks in New York
Sales stock.
-00 Allls-Chalmers
.'"?J Allls-Chalmers. pfd. ...
Am. Agr. I'^cni., com.
300 .v hi. Heot Sukso'i com..
7.0<?o American Can
American * 'an. |?f*1
"I.Am. (,'ar and Koundry.
300 Am. ('odon oh
100 .-.in. Hide and i.'-a'r pfd
? Aim. LIliseed ?_>ll
-.700 American Loco
Am. Loe<v,
).'?00 Am. Smelting
.!00 Am. Steel Foundries. ..
200 American Kuuar
000 Am. T?*l. and Tel. Co...
'.?00 Am. Tobacco, com
? 100 Am. Tobacco, jifd
Am. Writing I'uper, pfd
American X.inc
5.500 Anaconda Copper
.'100 Atchison
Atlantic Coast Line...
700 Baltimore and Ohio....
18,300 llotli'in Steel, B
500 Beth'm Stoel 8% pit)..
20.800 Baldwin Loco
700 Brooklyn Hapid Transit
5.700 Central Leather, coin..
1,800 Canadian Pacific
2.300 California 1'ctrolcuin . .
1.300 Chesapeako and Ohio..
Chi. Oreat West
200 Chi. 'Jrcat West., pfd. .
600 <"hi.. Mil. and St. Paul.,
ti 0 o |{. I. iinil 1'., com..
300 K. I. anil P. pfd.
400 C\. It I. and P. 7% pfd.
9.600 f'rm-ihle Steel Cor., coin
< "rucible Steel, pfd
300 Colorado i*"u''l and Iron
< "oloi;i.'io and Southern
C.300 Corn Products, com....
JLiistillers
300 home .Mines
900 Krle
7o0 Krle, 1st pfd
5.000 (Jenoral Motors
boo Ci'ineral isieotric
Uoodrich. com
tno Northern, pfd...
1,000 'ir.-at North, ijrc Ctfs.
Illinois f?.;itral
1,200 Inspiration <"oppor ....
100 Interboro-Cons., pfd.
3,500 Int. Mer, Mar., com...
2.400 Int. Mer Mar., pfd
300 Int. Paper, com
.nd Unk.r*
f3J
So
404
'751
30J
311
01 1
? J
0 31
102 J
1004
151
624
83
52 J
77 jj
101 4
711
383
611
1 3H?
504
20 4
4 1
1?J
It ?J 4
654
63
37 j
'303
40
*4
15
lVr/i
130*
' f,Si
44;
<13
?Jl J
30 i
23]
SO
764
US
*78*
304
561
314
62 4
771
631
1021
1001
154
62 i
83 i
524
781
10U
754
39
644
1.3 a
15J
56'
20I
4 1 i
1?S
fia!i
65 ?
63 J
38
36 J
4 03
S?
15
28
I 164
1374
801
26 J
45
4 1 i
2oil
92 4
304
23|
SO
76
40
"75J
314
561
31
614
76 J
63
10IJ
1001
I 50ij
6n
83
52
77
1004
73 i
384
634
137 4
154
561
201
40(
193
05*
65
62 4
40
8
Hi
ri'li
1364
' 88J
261
444
413
24*
do 2
20
Bid. Aak'd Sales.
Cloiilnr
23 J 24
SO
84
761
40s
954
7*
314
56 4
Stock.
Opsn. High. Low.
79
814
754
401
93
77*
30 4
56
3IJ
614
98
62 4
1014
1004
1514
92
224
13
62
S3
901
524
884
63
138
153
56 j|
64
204
4 0.'
194
554
654
62k
804
19 3
35i
39;
Si
141
27 i
mi
62
09
771
631
1021
101
i i>5
1*6
25
15
621
84
904
52 4
78 78,
1003 1014
101
394
63}
1384
16
561
74
20 i
41
20
53?
66
62i
sn
38
2 6
4 0
9
15
28
1154
42:
2'j<
95
45
414
24 i
914
30
1364 137i
45
90J
2 7
96
45 j
424
24
911
304
Int. Paper, pfd. .....
1.200 Kennecott Corp
Kansas City So., com.
Lackawanna Steel ...
100 Lehigh Valley
l.iKRett and Myers, corn
l.oilllard Tobacco, com
300 Louisville and Nash...
3.100 Maxwell, com
600 .Maxwell. 1st pfd
Maxwell. 2nd pfd
5.800 Mexh ?an Petroleum
300 Miami Copper
Mo.. Kan. am! Texas..
MiHSOuri Pacific
2.800 Nevada ('on. Copper. .
New llaven
800 New York Central...,
New York Air Brake.
200 Norfolk a';d Wester.n
7^o Northern Pacific
Pacific Mail
600 Pennsylvania
100 Pittsburgh Coal, corn.
Pressed Steel Car....
100 liv. Steel Spring, com
17,500 Heading
2.300 Hep. Iron ajid Steel...
loo Ucp. Iron and Steel, pfd
i"0 Mid vale Steel
Seaboard Air Line, com
400 Seaboard Air Line, pfd
2.5imj Slni.'luir Oil
?Slot's-Sheffield, com.
000 Southern J-'aullie
: S'iO Southern Hallway
? 00 Southern LaiIway.
l'i.V'0 Studcbakor
j 700 Texas Company
Texas Pacific
1.400 Cnion Pacific
I". S. Cast I m Pipe,
1.60O L'nited <"ig. Stores.
20" I . S. Rubber, com
68.900 l\ S. Steel, corp
100 r s Steel, pfd
Va.-Car. Chemical.
Va.-Car. Chemical,
300 Wabash, com
300 Wabash, pfd.. A..
Wabash, pfd ,
400 West!nghou?e ....
-00 We: tern L'nion
"..too Willys-Overland ..
900 Tob. Prod., com..
'1'ob. Prod., pfd
Total tales for day.
pfd
pfd
com
com
pfd
'soi *ioj *?0|
*074 571 *671
1134
27
55
*324
304
'il'j
18$
' 70
1044
S4|
444
534
514
81
78
97 4
444
' ii
293
60
4 3
1411
851
514
89 4
10'J*
4 1
4 0 {
9 J
174
49 j
U4?
27
55
934
S04
'211
18J
*70
1044
854
44|
531
511
813
78*
97 4
4 It
174
293
831
- - %
60
4 3
14.',4
118
26|
644
921
304
ii?
18i
694
ioi
84?
4 44
534
'514
804
78
974
444
' 17
29 4
00
39 J
1 14
85J
55
90 i
10'J
8
4 1
' 40J
9"
l 74
Bid. Aak'd
Closlnr
60 68
30 80|
161 16
76 77 J
574 58
165 190
183 210
113| 1144
264 27
54 4 55{
20 22
1194 1204 1194
*3*
..4 3
88;
10!)
41
' ?u4
92
17?
43i
694 70
123 127
104
85
105
86
29
444 44g
3 76.000 shares.
523
60
44
74
174
29 i
50
S3
40;
1 4 3 i
16
8 5 4
5-1
89j
109
404
1 U3
73
4 I
92 J
1 Ti
49g
87
53
62
Total galea for uoek 'three daj-8), 1.443,200 shares.
May B.OS YLXS 26.04 ?.?
July 12.42 ti.45 ifc.42. 25.42
Cuh corn?No. 1 yollo-w, nominal: No. I
yellow, LC5: No. 4 yellow, LMW1.6&.
RICHMOND GRAIN MAKHlrr.
H liokinir UuoLm.(.1uus on Kxcnaox*.
Klchmoao, Va_. March 27. 1511.
WHEAT-Cu Lou;
Price* u recu.atod by the covernmenu
CORN?Car Lou;
No. 2 white . O il
No. S white .................. 8 JO*
No. 2 mixed ............ it 1 77
No. i( HiLx _ B J ;
Virginia. baff lota ? 1 60 ft
Corn on the cob 1*0 tf 1 i?
OATS?Car LoU: , ..
No. 2 mixed ,, ? ........ y 1 ^
No. 3 mixed .........?...... }}.,
No. i whin - 1 01|4
No 3 whlt'i ? * w'.i
K Y B?Car l.ota:
No. 2 rye nornln*
No. * ryu ? nominal
Vtrelnla. bar lote iiomlitai
RICHMOND IIAT MARKET.
*Wliolcealr Uni.t alumn ou Ex?li?.nce.
Richmond. Va , March 17*5.
1! v r-C&r I.? :*
No. 1 tlTTlOlliy ? -V JJ*
No. J timutir, W -'??
.N i v l;rito'.li/ ^
Light ? iov?r. mixed 'a J* **?
No. 1 ?*lov?r. mixed 1
No. . ciovf-r mixt-'ii
No. ? clover
I .-V ??
; -7 Cm
i 'i l'.A\V~ r.,!nnr?;h.-oa . '? , ? //
f. Dales.... ? 1* '?
SIlV Ks -Coint?r'!.*K.''l
I. -tire. .?"1. liirc bale? ... */ .1
Mtl.LKLf.D?Car Loth.
Not yuoted.
Xi;W YORK I.I VE STOCK MARKET.
NIIW V"I1K. March .*7 -liesves. e:..-ter;
If. r,. f 11'?jti 114 .'. bullj. 17.30 <4 ll'J-a:
UVK ? >'i > ?
. i \ ?*.?is, }:? <v ,f!.i.cv cu.n.
' ..V, in...':'*' -J '?!>? at
til)i.l ltipped. cull*. JIC.W.
, ? t. iav). II' ? . ?1S v
, >; ? ! usl ??? >1" ?? -
< 111< \<,<> I.1VK >Tl?( K MARKET.
? HI- > w? Mu'-n iX? Hose: ree?-ii>ls.
. ?. J17 ;????? ?17.75; light,
it: ?!- ml\< :. IK ??<17.96: huavy,
; ??. 1. : rough. m.J5?ll?.wj piss.
<-i . r , ,. :. . ? r 'ill; native * t eery.
. . -.it j" ;oe
. i. ti<; !. i: ? . ?: i ill ? ?: u.vff.
; lirin heep. 111-208
j t ?v / i .
Rl< ?1 MONIt I t \ I: K MARKET.
at ? II."Il Mori. Quills.I
I .in- i?J. Va . Mf.r'il i'J. JjU.
Keport f'.r me .?<>??.. ??? ?llii;; ..',ar.-n
i . , , . , ?. f; l_. r ?? uin l" ROO'l. lO'o
?I t< inmofi ?') Ja'tr. ?? ?. !??. C?; Ice he!f.?r?.
K-; '. 1 . ii.f ;iu:M lo r ? ?? \ common
Io "f?ir. 7'..' I hoi e ,(k. ., >v?i> v; Ii?*.in:rn
to irood i u s. rommon to ta.r, t u i. li-.-i
..i-i'i 1,L- <i !'.'???; ir..-<ituni i" suotl.
?i ? r? to" [u r 0? * ?? 15?*<' lioa vy
jr.; . Ip 1;'. ' ? "lie-" ulv.:. , y.u
,? ii to fair 1 ;? : > Bt--t R- ?* -k'- '' ?' ?
i .. i:u:i? ? iifht. IT" i.r'
! P!ag, 11:111 ll"t -1-. ' I". v;T-: ">\1:
ii..-.n t.i fair. ?>1t * i'. '. laiiio-. H a it,
!.!? num to K'^od. l."-.-';ii
MISCF.I.I.ANI'Atl ? MARKETS.
15K T GOOD?
Ni:w YORK. Ml r. Ii .. - Mirliflu here to
iia . i o:. i in lit-.: firm ? ^ arn? ware
liiKh'.r ai d i.nl: so-i !>? :?> )\ orated yarn*
were firm -Ml ;.--i t< *f . ailed
a:r.(>nK ? ??'to:. h<h- !? lli'r li,.::t- prlre iuti
tro. ot industry i.'Co.miiK immineni.
naval .- .nr.::s
?AV\S*N\n (!A . Mari'h ?Turpentine,
no demand. 3.-: ?it?*? >? ??ask", shipment*.
>tt,-a. ' t llos.n. f.'.n ! .
p.; i ,ir;.-.-. shipment. v. bai ieU:
-it' .'I'-J L'.i.r.- '.'i. 15. 1'. ????.?._ L.
I . <?.' H. 1. ; ? ? K. -S!- 6 ? ? -v ? 1-;
WtS. 7.S0. WW. 7T0.
Tlte <'nrli Market.
NKW YORK. Mar. h .7 - ITl'?* of the
prominent curb i-hnr.-' to-\la\ duplajed an
underton'- "t llrmn.-:-.. '?*?' the i;a;n? *? or?d
w^r.- .-.itiJli'.-n to .-mall fra- tions.
Motor t-'urk* were fl.-trior thun ih-v have
been, and it wa> wi llivio tlial ihe lariifst
Kiltiis were neorocj. .
riievrolot Motors w?s nnproved. but tne
E a" f,.w o! the Indejiondoni oil stocks were
in deiniini!. ar.ll r>ri. e- j.e.ially In these,
were alijrht!}* hlKhT *hiin th?V have hf?n.
Metal s to* ii-* V. *> r ? fa.:T. a the
1 . ?j't Aetna I'M'!"' ivc- V l.'/>> 1 ? e\
ro.-t Mi.tui11. .ill.: l.'.'X' ??; a a i ill Muttlt ...lis,
7'.. >1.'., ; ,Vt> t.'nit'.l Motor.''. -
J< .. i*o?|i?i Oil. 7? ;??: 2.W0 Federal i o'.
2-, I..'-") Int. Ivtroleum. lltfMJ*; .;.W>
' Mr-.ropolllait I'etroleum. O-lMi ll-lti;
Oklahoma on. common. 4*; t ' r* victoiia
Or. new IViM'j 2..V0 Atlanta. lOirlll
Hie l.eilRe. 1'Dl',: i 0-X> ,|nroii}? \ erite. J-p,
M-!j Mother l.ode. "C'it"5: 4.'">0 liex
roil?.. " 11'.. 12; '-'..Vfl succe**. i:t,sr. WS: 7e0
Totiopali i:xi . I7-I?;in=;: i.K? r ??
:. I' Co. f,f( : 4.0 0 M f> 1 we-1 Oil. ?3-?l?4.
Writes I.uhor ConncII.
Kayraond B. Fosdlck, chairman of th<s
War Department's committee on train
ing camp flctivitlor. wrote tho. Central
Trades and Labor Council yesterday
and expressed gratification at the stand
I taken by the council in supporting the
department's program in the military
camp?. Chairman Vosdielt said he did
not believe the Ministerial Union of
1 KiV-limond realized the tast confronting
! the. War Department, and did not rep
| r<*>ent the sentiment of the community
in tills connection, when the depart
ment's great work was considered.
Arreited on Crnss-W'Arrsnts.
Irae .1. l'ettus, twenty-eight years
i ohi, cashier, and John O. Ilagan,
twenty-nine years old, cleric, were ar
rested yesterday on cross-warrants
| charged with assault and battery.
?f. P. Buchanan, twenty-nine years
old, of this city, was arrested yester
' clay on the charge of passing a worth
less check and feloniously obtaining
J!>2 from K. w. Rollins.
I'. Benjamin, colored, of f. 19 Graham
Street, wns arreyfe<l last night hy P;i
trolmen Sweet and Anthony oil the
charge, of tiv.nsporling whisky.
I-'ijneraI of It. W. 3lnllury.
The funeral of Dudley W. Mallory,
of SI" North Sycamore Street, who was
instantly killed Tuesday afternoon at
Kllett's ('rossinc, near Ashland, will
be conducted this afternoon at :t:::o
o'clock from the Tabernacle Baptist
Church. Interment \?ill be in ftiver
yiew Cemetery.
Mr. Mallory was a widely known
business man and president of the
Mallory Coal Company. Me is survived
by his parents, his wife, four children,
( three, sisters and three brothers.
Real Estate Summary
2 Ct*BceT7 tnuuten 98.750 OO 1
6 Urnrlcfl traufen 4,680 00
3 Ckancer7 trait decdx.... -.(X5-4 !f7
3 Ilenrico trust Actii U89 5
3 Cktuccrr release deeds.. 00
1 Henrico release deed.... 413 00
| 5 building permits 2,573 00
C1IAXCEHV Tit A XSFIiH?i,
Anna C. Crouch to \V. I?. Parrlsh et
ux., western 13 f??;t or lot 36. aiul all
of lot 35. block Norihsidc Piacc.
i Mar h j 4. ims. tax t,<j ccnts, 510.
Peter (ionii-l!a to J. H. Meador.
23 M:xH0 feet, known as 3607 West
liiacc Sireet. March 10. 1918, tax
Sv.".'.'. $10.
n i:\ii ico Tit a .vsrnrts.
?'harles Rohacek et ux. to J. P.
Phelps et u.\.. 17 acres land. south sIUe
Williamsburg Road, about six niiies
east of Richmond. March 22. 1 '? 1?.
?3,soo.
Hermitage Land Company, Inc.. to
Bartow W. l)osts?tt, lot 8. block 3.
Hermitage Park. March 10. 1018. $235.
A. M. Marye to K. W. Reigio's heirs*
at-law, strip of IJTnd fronting >>7..'.v
t on the eastern line Montgninf>iy
? e: if, lying between Montgomery
s a!,<l the land now owned by
i: \\\ Beigle. February 25, IMS,
Mal i ; ?' Marshall et. vlr to Robe ?.
Robinson. 23 acres land on the \\"i'
I! >.|iur; I'.omI, about tiv* miles from
..ioi. I March 1?, 191$, tax
C: lit.-. 5 K'.
Ralph V. Dorsey e* ux. to Robert I,.
Pt-rvall. lot 34. block 19. Washington
Park. March IS. Ill 15. tax $1, $10.
CIMM'KIIV niVST DKKDfi.
Mattie O. Perdue to Chewnir.g &
Bi -{ley. trust'cm. 51x32 feet, known as
40T-0 North Henry Street. March 2<I,
1091?, S 1.23V.
W. L. Parrlsh et *j\. to J. M. Purcell.
trustee. western 1" feet of lot 3?>. and
all of lot 35. block 2. Northside Place.
March 14. J91S. $242.27.
KlizaLeth Frischkorn to A. P. God- ,
din. trustee, 17.\1 'J *s leet, known as
1 S>l?>l-2 North Twenty-seventh Street.
.March 25, IMS, $5?;o.
HKxrtico Tin sr dkiciis.
.1 P. Phelps et ux. to L. II. Drew
and James T. Lewis, trustees, 17 acres
i land, south side Williamsburg Road,
about six miles cast of Richmond.
March 22. IMS. $1,090.
Robert Robinson to Pollard <fc Bagby,
Inc., tru tees, 23 acres land on the
Williamsburg Road, about live mi!??.s
from Richmond. March 2.">. 191$. 51 r?0. ?
Robert L, Pervali to L>. P. Bragg,
trustee, lot 34, block IS. Washington
Park. March 1 ?'?, 1318, $1,159.52.
I'll A \CI2H V RKI.KASK OKI-IDS.
P.. C. Wherry and J. M. Purcell, trus
tee.-', tc Klizabeih V. Lee.. 20 3-4x145
feet, known as 2323 West Grace Street.
October S. in 17. St:.50<"'.
It. 1:.'. Brown, trustee, to J. S. Lyth
, eoe et ux.. eastern 100 feet of block
I 1!. West Highland Park. March 2G,
! li?lS. s 1.77".
Isador Shapiro, trustee, to Addie ,
I Sprenkle et a!., lot S. block 5. Park
Pi.tc. Annex. March 2G, 191$, $250.
IIUN It ICO ItK I, I "A SIC DRUD,
l>>h:i Slorwi. trustee, to C. H. Rom
berg! r e- in . I4f,x3il0 feet, known as
lot 17. block <'. section 9, Highland
.Spring.-. .March 25. 1 !? IS. $413.
M VltRIAt.K I.IC12XSES,
Tlie following marriage licenses
; were Issued yesterday by the clerk of
the Hustings rourt:
Walter A. .Volte and Marie A. Recker.
i city.
Wilmer I.. O'Flaherty and Celeste
Anderson. ei?y.
John Lawrence Williams and Sarah
i Alma Jenkins, city.
Murray It. Parker. Lima. .V. T.. and
Ruih Alice Munti, New Haven, Conn.
William II. Jackson. Nashville. Tenn..
nml Annie Yaw. Birmingham, Ala.
It r 11.1)1 Mi PUR >1 ITS.
i The following permits were Issued j
: yesterday by the Building Inspector's
i orlice:
W. P. Barret, to erect frame shed at
10i? Berkley Avenue, to cost .*l?o.
Amanda Hilton. to erect frame dwell
ing. 20 Angle Street, !o cost $1,100.
!,. T. Webster, to repair frame dwell
ing. 915 North Avenue, to cost $70".
S. II. I (awes iK: Co., to repair bricK
garage on south side of Dock Street,
between Twenty-ninth and Thirtieth
I Streets, to cost $350. v
I J. I!. Beadles, to repair frame dwell
| ing. 1115 Second Avenue, to cost $323.
CI1ARTKRS ISSl'RI).
<'barters w ere Issued yesterday by
the State Corporation Commission as1
follow :
Academy Amusement Corporation.
Newport News. Capital stock, $50,00o.
j Purposes, theatrical business. W. !?'.
I ?'rail, president: M. T. <'rall. sccrectary
and treasurer, both of Newport News.
? York Laundry and Tec Manufacturing
Company. Inc.. Richmond. Capital
nlock. $5n.ft0fi. Purposes, laundry and
iee business. F. Nej.ster, president;
R. Rudd. secretary, both of Richmond.
Virginia Bureau of Vocations tor
Women. Richmond. No capital stock.
Purposes, to promote the highest effi
ciency among women. Orie Latham
Matcher, president: Helen* Baker, tv;c
rt'tnry, both of Richmond.
Stewartsvllle Telephone Company.
Stewnrtsville. Capital stock, $5,000. '
Purposes, build and opera le a tele
phone line 150 miles long in Bedford
County R. R. St. Clair, president; s.
W. Huddleston. secretary, both of
Stewartsvllle.
Clenwood Conslrticlion Corporation.
Norfolk. Capital stuck, $30,0110. Pur
poses. building and real estate business, j
E. K. Zlrkle, president; A_ Dryadale, |
secreta-ry ind treasurer, both of Nor- '
folk.
Kaaton Place. Inc., Norfolk. Capital ;
stock. J75,000. Purposes, real estate i
business. J. E. Townaend, president; I
C. E. Townsend. secretary,-both of Nor
folk.
SCVRKAIK COURT OF APPEALS.
Proceedings in the Supreme Court
yesterday were as follows:
No. 71'.?Wolford e( als. vs. Jackson
et a If. Argued by Frank Armistead
for the plaintiffs and by B. l.?. Peachy
for the defendants, and submitted.
No. 7 4? Mllarri vs. Graves ct ale.
.Subin I' tod on briefs?.
No. 7",? Kosenbaum Hardware Com
pany vs. 1'axton Lumber Company,
i ."ci I inued.
No. 7G- Furcron vs. Gurktn. Partly
arpued and continued until to-d?y.
.Vot ease:? to called:
No. 77? Gooch vr. Old Dominion Trust
Company ft Continued.
No. 7S?Core vj. Wllhelrn et ai. Con
tinued.
Xy. 79?Queensbury et als. vs. Ylal et
als. Continued.
No. SO? Mroyfus & Co. vs. Wooters.
No. 31?(lonaker vs. Whitley.
No. ?Chapman et ajs. vs. Iticharti
.snn To be continued.
PRESIDENT AND WAR
HEADS HOLD CONFERENCE
s.-irrliirr Ilnnicln itlid Acting Seerclary
of U iir CrotTrlt Added
to I^lat.
:nv Associated Press 1
WASHINGTON. March 27.?The sec
ond weekly conference between Presi
dent Wilson and heads of executive
departments, or special war adminis
trations. was held lo-tiay with Secre
tary L'anlels and Acting Secretary
Crowell added to the list of officials
who participated in the conference last
week. The heads of the war-making
branches were called in by the Presi
dent to discuss questions of industrial
production directly affecting their de
partments.
The conference, which occupied the
entire afternoon, was taken up with
discussions of problems affecting ship
'.?o,.s;: uction and operation. railroad
transportation and the harmonizing of
industrial production with shipping
facilities. No new courses of govern
ment.-: action were determined.
Others participating in the confer
ence were Edward N. Hurley, chair
man of the Shipping Hoard. Bernard
Barueh. chairman of the war indus
tries board; Secretary McAdoo. Vance
C. M-Cortnick, chairman of the war;
trade board; Food Administrator
Hoover and Fuel Administrator Gar-'
field
Charged With Selling l.iqaor.
Two drummers stopping ai one of'
the large hotels in this city uncon- '
seiously steered Patroman Harry Sweet
yesterday to the home of Nora Tinsley,
61P Jesse Street, where he found sixiy
one pints of whisky, alleged to be
there for the purpose of retail sale.
Officer Sweet learned that these, two
drummers had hired a taxi and gone
io the home of the colored woman for
the purpose of purchasing lkjuor.
Sweet then obtained a search warrant, I
and, iri company with Policemen Allen
ami Frayser. searched the house, found
the ?hisky and placed the. woman
under arrest.
J*
8
1
1
it is i
Uncomfortable |
As well as an injury to your Sj
eyes to read nt arm's length ^
when glasses w!U bring your *5
paper hark to the proper dis- S,
lance and preserve your eyes ^
as well. Forget that false a
prido and eomc to ua to-day. 3
p Hi I 13. ISroad Street, Richmond,
ft 111 Grunby Street, Norfolk. ^
LUDENDORFF SAYS BATTLE |
WENT JUST AS PLANNED
1 ? ? ? ? I
Declares Germans Have Won Great
Victory, but No Ono Can
Tell Results.
TRALSES BRITISH RESIST A N CH
Says Attack Was Made at tho Min
ute Scheduled After Two Strenn
oua Montlis Spent in Preparing
for Onset.
[By Associated Press. 1
AMSTERDAM. March 27.?"A great
battle has been fought and victory has
been won, btit nobody can foresee what
will result from It." said General von
LudendorlY, chief aid to Field Marshal
von nindenburg. In an Interview with
the correspondent at tho front of the
Tages Zeiturig. of Berlin.
The general praised the British for
their tenacious resistance and cnn
tinned:
"The British believed they could rely
on the strength of machinery. The
employment of tanks and treat num
bers of machine guns is typical of their
methods of warfare."
The 'lerrnan Infantry, the general
adds, had only one night's norin:il rest
during five or six days* of battle.
"In a battle like till:-." ho remarked,
"the infantryman mu.:i risk his life not
only once. but continuously from
trench to trench."
I.I DEMHIIIKI'' SAVS IIATI I.K
\vi:\ r ,n > r as i'i.an akii
In an Interview which is published
in the Yolks Zeitung. of Cologne Cer.
eral vou I.udendorfT says:
"The course of the battle goes exact
ly aa It wis planned, and a-i It was
hoped It would so. The infantry has
completely maintained the spirit with
which It entered th? war la 1914, and
this will bring further success. al
though the enemy la still strong and
fights with determination.
"We have succeeded In changing th?
fighting from position warfare to war
faro of movement, although the at
tacker had everything against htm. and
the defender had stronger defensive
means In his favor. Undoubtedly ins
British u.*-i machine guns with much
skill. l-'?r Instance, they construct
subterranean corridors-, starting from
trenches'. In which machinc guns are
planted. Such installations cannot he
observed by our artillery, and in fogey
weather especially cannot be reached.
Our infantry had to take all these ma
chine-gun nests, scattered everywhere
over the battle field.
SAYS l?Hi:r Alt ATIO\ TOOK TWO
MONTHS or II Aim WOllK
"Our men advanced with great eclat,
so that it was dlfllcult to follow them
with tired l.orses and damaged carts,
but the spirit of tho men is splendid.
Tne preparations for the battle meant
two months of strenttous labor. In the
beginning of February the order was
given and in the night of March 20-21
the attack was begun, right to the
minute. Kvery thing was ready. We
see the result."
WILL PROBATED
Chnrle* If. Ivnstr Iberf; I.en^es Fwtnte
Valued nl Slil.iMHI In Trust
lor Widow.
The will or Charles H. Kaatclberg.
the senior partner of B. KastelbergV,
Son5, has been probated in the Chan
cery Court of the city of Bichmond.
his widow, Minnie I.,. JCa^telberg. and
the American Trust Company qualify
ing as executors and trustees.
Tho will leaves all his property to
his trustees, to pay all the income
WARREN PAINT CO..
700 W. Broad Street,
V;iri|{?;l?cs. I'niM*.
I _ i
Real Economy
Ileal economy is what you
practice when you put a ilothert.
Kitchen Cabinet in your liome,
becau.se they save you linio,
labor, food and money. Sold
ou oasy payments,
$16.50 TO $45.00
Ban. -107. Itnn. 40&
Sales Service
Richmond Motor Co., inc.
'IVnth anil llrond Street*.
Montague Mfg. Co.
0. \V. Corner Trnlh .????<! Main St?.
I yrotti: imi) uriycB riXTiniKi
? m?iu
Why Pay More?
WIIUN IT COSTS V?U Miss.
COCKE & CO., Jewelers
."?3S U>.il llrowtl Slrrol.
(Ofltcial Watch Inspectors R.. K.
& P. U. H. and Wash. Ho. Ily.)
nraumn
iMlg
therefrom to his wlf? for life. in4
after her death to his adopted daugh
ter. Miliar) Julo Kastelbortr.
According to report made to the
<*ourt. the estate amounts to $64,000.
The will provides . for the continuance
of his business. In the discretion of
his executors and trustees.
To Open Home- Service Insllttite.
Wlille the Homo Service Institute to
be K'ven by the School of Social Work
and Public Health in 'Richmond on
April s to May CO, Is Intended primar
ily for the training of home nervier
worker for the various chapters In
Virginia and North Carolina, It will
DON'T LET A COLD
KEEP YOU AT HOME
Dr. Ring's New Discovery will
keep you on tlie job,
feeling fit.
When the first little sniffle or sneeze
comes, take a spoonful of this cold,
coutjh and grippe reliever.
Kor half a century now Or. King's
New Discovery has been effective in
rellevins and checking colds in the
headi and chests of countless sufferers
of all ages.
For half a century, too. it ha.? been
sold for fifty cents a bottle with never
a lessening of the quality. Get ? bot
tle to-day. He prepared for the sud
den attack of a fresh cold. All drug
gists.
Keep your Stomach and Liver Healthy
If you want ?ood health, a clear
complexion and freedom from Dizzi
ness. Constipation, 1-iiliovisness, Head
aches and Indigestion, take Dr. King's
?New l.ifa Pills. They drive out fer
menting and undigested foods and Rive
quick relief. .Still 25c, all druggists.?
Adv.
Hcpklni F^urmttnre C*.
Detroit Jewel
Don't make the mistake of buy
ing a gas range before soeitig the
Detroit Jewel, Come in to-day.
and let us explain Its many
advantages over other ranges?
how it cooks perfectly, top and
bottom. In any part of the oven:
how It cuts down gas bills, and
other features?all at prices no
higher than ehnrged for ordinary
ra ngea.
^er- the Detroit Jerrtl flange^
uf are now featuring: S22.50
Hopkins Furniture.jCo
?Jf. WEST RROAI) STIIEET
The Koine <?r l.oml Furniture
nntl Liberal Credit.
ixie Gas
A producing Natural Gas Company,
with large proven acreage wlthtn 8
miles of
Birmingham, Ala.
The city of Birmingham and environs
presents a market for all the gas the
Dixie Company can furnish.
30 DAYS
may bring about unusual developments
which should cause a decided advance
in the price ?-f this stock.
TRAD1-JD IN* ON THE NKW TORK
CURB. where the price has recently
advanced from $10.7 to $10.75 per share,
in a Rood and active inurket.
information on Request. Orders so
llclted and prompt execution guaran
teed.
ij. i.. ma.xdevii.m:,
l-fl llromhvn.T. >r\r York City.
A carefully selected list of
v&gj 1 i high class investment gs-ss
Op^stocks which can be pur
ySfichased on our
|| Monthly Payment Plan j|
!*pS.Miiiled Kree I'lion Iteqnest.
V&vi
1). Sugarman & C'o.,^j
l'V?' *? ?
FssSI 07 llii'lmncc I'laee, wy\
IVXI Ne?v Vork City. W
also be open to womtn In nichmond
/iot connected with tho Re<1 Crt?tf? wha
wi?!h to take a short course of train
ing In social work \\ ith a view to
other forms of homf service (luring the
war. The war Is Increasing: the need
for the sorvlccs of volunteers ;ind thin
i demand will Increase as tlio war poes
on.
FEELING BLUE
TAKE A CALOTAB
Wonderful How Fine Yon Keel
After Taking the New
Nnuscaless Calomel.
Barnes Safo & Vault Co.
1219 Kaa* Main Street.
Rabt. IX. Barnes, Prep, and 1I?*.
3%
0,
THRIFT
Compound Interest
Paid on Savings
I Broadway Nat'l Bank
main e PlPTttNTM -
s n
I Machinery \
Repairs
TCxaggeratlon is the art of
making ?? hobby-horse look like
a locomotive.
But there la no exaggeration In
our statement that we can take
any machine, whether It an
automobile, steam engine, station
ary gas engine, printing press, or
any good machine that has had
several years' use, completely re
build it eo that It will give the
t-aino service and satisfaction It
did when new.
If you have not already tried
\i?i. do eo at once and be con
vinced.
| Thos. T. Hulcher
MACI1T.NK WOKKS,
>]
^ Si 7 and 8 South Seventh Street.
J, Hlchtnund.
** Phoie Madison 0783.
21 MACHIXKHV AXB ACTO RE- b
5 I'AIRI.Xi,
5* S
Raivlings, Hill & Company
Certified Public Accountants.
Audits?Examinations?Systems
Incomc Tax Returns
OFFICES IN NORFOLK AND RICHMOND.
Cfrniwnfcn fiEEIfT. 'n"? ion5-i?3? mittta*. BtrniDraG.
nitnmUMi UrMtt. j. u. WUHX, C. r. A-. ftcaident Uinngcr.
round investments, and wc have the answer?First Mort
gage Notes.
The 6% First Mortgajro House of
Pollard & Bagby, Inc.
| 1102 Fast Main Street.
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