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aOE PERCE MEANS
orks Show Strength for (iciicral
Iteason That Allied Victories*
^1'ii'K War's End Nearer.
I'KKIi DO.MI XATKS T1IK MAHKCT
'Ivniico of *1 ? Ton hi Hash: l?i?
Iron and 1i.> Cents in Iron Oro
I'rovcd Stimulating to These Se
curitics.
uv II It OA l>.\ \ w A 1,1,.
\i\H , ^ OKK, September II.?Slocks
?? e strong in of to-day for t>:-? gon
dii that allied vlctori* s an
?'TlnKlMK peace nearer. While a few
?It Niol's (||li,.|;y lU|l||<Ijlti||JJ tinder
. '1111? - s i o 11 that pi-iire hi. tim ;i
i .\\?r 1; iiiaikd, the ureal bodv of
:i- stor* believes tlial peace will i no a ii
? k er rango ..f price*. Therefore,
'?I, is buying on balance. Willi .the
???'in-;. market ii n ilc r rigid lontrol.
little poHSibility of .t buoyant
arket uiiIcsm brokers get more of
heir money from western ?? 11J ?? m .
Stevl dominated to-day's ninrhc!, the
li'ijc list being strong or reletlomiry.
? s Sim I happened t<> in-. Tin.* advance
?' *'*? 1**1* in basic pi^j iron antl o{
-? lit iron yrc docs not account
? or ai) of litis. Iron men Insisted to
day that tiotiu- special forms of tiiaii
iTacnired products would receive ad
vances. TIiIm wan tin; talk in connoc
J jon with A iinr ica n Steel l''ouiiilrli'f.
I lie stock of that company was up
?! I - I point.-; at oi|.. time, thus establish
? ng it on a ii? . high r< ? ord price. I:
iivld most of tiif advance. i ither Steel
-to.-k Wcro mod- rat.: in tnelr move
ment s.
American <'a r -t: i ?l Foundry. I tail way
St?*..j Springs. American l.ocotnotl ve
and Maldwin \v?-re all higher, and tli ? ir
? '-vatic'; might l.e explained on the
I'ein'C theory. "I" I. >? whole world is
sbort of peace waves manufactured by
these companies.
i.nvi:>tim. i>i iii.k hi:m.I/,i;s
S|-:i I ltlTli:s IMPItUVK UAU.V
I: i-.inni.it bo iinpressod too strongly
?i. tli' .nvisl.ng puliln that ?.-wry day
.mpi iv,-s the .aitte of a- ' unties, and
that, therefore, there in no reason for
selling tiietn becauj--. peac ? is in s:;:ht
or hecaube t !I'? l.lberty lotitl S 'O In:
floated Decision at Wellington, to
omit any prohibition regarding the
?-ale of 1. oerty bond will help the
floating of tlioso bonds. K* perie nee
prm. ? that the security in which t!i< to
is the widest and most completely tree
market, is the om luat stands best
through every crisis.
Mexican l'etroi.uni made another
li.gn record for the year, and v. as fol
low. >1 l?y "!'? >.a. .!.d Hoyal i >uti ll.
Automobile ? ,ooks ate attracting a
fallowing of enthusiasts Possibilities
? the atitomoolie Industry for the pe
,?d iinnietii.itcl.v following the v.ar .ire
' even mor alluring. If p<>?s-.ble. tbiin
l:roHpei.ts oi t ne petroleum companies.
Amerii-an Mfnatra broke more tlian
t roc points oit a yarn to the effect
that Intel t ? iev i.no cliarg? s wou.d
tak' away mij' li of it:i jirotits. Other
? .|>a. ? > (?In i - \\ ? ?(!'. hill ?j' I ? 01.
Adoption ?>: .1 ? !?'at-hour iliy bv
I..- I.'uit.-d Sta:? .-t. - l tTorpor.it on
<piiva 'lit to allot lie: wa^e increase of
i mi I-- to p* r .< tit. It he ids o: f
he at:, mpt to uuioni/< the shops of
. 11 i I here fore, in a
? r ? ? ? 1 ^ ? ;?. iiul 1 ii-h oi ..i? .-.tuck <?' tli*
^ <?!{'?> J??* 111 ? i a I / * r M? runl 1! ?
\i.t\tir. !ola; Fiotit *?; iTiottihs*. v. -'??f ii?'K
; i .. ; . * . ? "iniin
,.I J ? . 'PI 111 r . ?: % ! ? ?! a >
j- . 4 ...i. i *ii ..; ic ti. ? >< .
... . .... r. .1 i ir ti Kuluc, ?MJtd ; ?
BOND LIST
?Writing P-|'r ? . ^
?ll
A. f. I.. Is-t 4
A ? ' . I. ? . 1 .V ' ii. P ...
? ? ? I ? 'lilo < iHi\ . I'i
,.1 < Milo ? oiiv ' -
l.tggett ?nd V\i r.> Tub.
la.rnlrti?i ?lubai'i' :?(? Il^ldl. ..
r> ^titil* Ma' me .. .
s .I n! All I.In? ."U j*
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Ki ?: i ??'? t ? i 1 ' i t*i>l
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,s. l.lberty ioun Ud I
I.II.. rt loan .11,1 .
?'?..mi Mr..s ?'tf^. t\V. \'? > lil
.1 . h-inlcsil I '. I-I :.s 11-ul > :*:
i."hemic..l i ? . miiv ? - (U.Ui.... i>''\
uh'ii.miimi sintK m.mcki:t.
ill;. ? . '1 ll'.li ll " " .
Iti' I,in..ml. \ i... ptt iill - .1.
TI. ??-I-' l I'.iili - Hid. Am.cil
ii.:.i i C. and
i!.i I '"III urie? ;i .
!.l:. ? A I * t.< i.MiS
11.1 A-lju iuiuiii ??
on l.allvv.t.. '.-.I -? ...
1^. ^ ali-f ' < M. ?( -i
KI.J* ICV. HU.MJ.'
n.l I' .r.. Trie >'?. ?? 71
It.- alni I. uhl l-t
.i inI l'uv < n .. . ?
i KKT ItV. STOCKS, I "nr. Ul?l. A-^K*?a
ll> a ii .1 l.iKli: ?'ii -1
!;%. I 1'ott. ?'?' . I'M... I" ... M
u> .ina i\.... ' ? . ? oiii.. i u ...
t i . i.laiA Ii .ii UC'K.'I.
I '. I . i |.Ill . lfO !*?', ...
a?-.?H|--ak" ami . dlio. . 0 ...
u: and We.tern. ...in 1 ?> 1 .'a ...
A. i. . t.f.l I?*' -'I
\ I. . . ..m 1 " *
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?nili.-rii ItailiMi... ? ? *i11 ... l"* '.'j'-j ...
ll.v.NK ,\M' i i: l "S*i Co. .STOCK.
i-rn .. ii Nattoiiii i i ... :^3
niineivo and Trumi I'"' ... '-'o
airat Nitllomil I O 117
N:i!lonili ... .... )??* I'll7 ...
u.oi.^l Si.i re and I > l'-? K-''j ...
? I 1 ii.n.;nina 'i'rn-1 Cy I". Iv> 1>I
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? t KmJ llank - j 4J
MIS(!1 I.l.\fS"!U)r.<.
i -1 nr. <Ti. nit. ai jif-l .. .. I'll i'i7 l"S'j
i.-i'ar. i'h.mi. ill, coin lie
.. l' ii'v ami .?..ii iiiii Ins Co. v, ...
I PTTON M \ Ith t;TS.
NI: W VOUK. Septeml..-r :t There was
f r *. ? -elilng Of ...ill.11 to || I> III.I .lit r Ii:.
iii.irk i had been Itrili In Ik- foreliomi It .le
\,<|iipod wouki:'!- . and cl.x-. il inaI. ria!ly.
lower.
I., i >ii Id a t in n of ' ii t..hor . .in! ra. ! < m antn i -
I. .i t in), ..f l'.r?.t notice liny ll.-llu.ir.ev. ?;;i\
ii m . ,ik t.?ii. t>. tic- entile !.??' in the last
hour, and .11 i?..?ltluii? hroke nhai'tdy beluiv
tie pi. vii.ti ? 11.i> '.n ? to-' .
"?ill ?. i". i.o i Xpert.- for tli" d.iv.
Spot ii t Now Orleans whs ?lui-t, with
nHlillinc Ixiilit- lower at Tli" sale*
ii. ri' ? ' lialo- Spot lo re w c- .piiet ^t a
ill . Hip >>l" i<> points at 7j. The sales were
i. I... !?' .
NKW VOKK. .Srpt.'inlilr ? Middling. :.-7,".
I, ; stuck, ^.'.''ll bale.-. Minor poll Stuck,
H.V i 'l.i. ii>?.
I..till to-day at nil pet is? Kvi i-ipts. n.,l"l
purls. y.liJ'i bill I.-; .-till k, d,'.)M.lIl
'"?|'e!.il for week mi i.H ports Uocripts. SI.M'i
I.ii|.-- i > xi-orts. pj.W'T bales.
'l ot..! for -? iisi-n Kecoip:- , .x'.7.<JiS bales, cx
r.l.Cti* balv
x I: W oltl.KANH. So|it"inlier .1 A stiff
jtilvaiii o in eiirred in i-otloii in the early
limiiav In liay, prices risinu Jt a bale in a
.-iiorl time qn the f;ivoriible construetlon
, i:I(-pit mi 1* o\ ernlitlil il i.sjiii t ohc.s from
Wii-lilnKton r.ecardhiK the price. U.x I an s. mil
lion. Ti e traile here ci.iii ' to ill, li. ii.-f that
tli. pui'chii-Inn coininlii.c iipp.'inic'l l.y ih?
V\ ,ir Industrie.^ Hoard would solve she
pcoblom of tie oveixnj.ply of low grades,
and that th- inv> -tigatlun committee would
i , .e .l i lie fai l that v|iiico-ll\ing was mi
ni . r- -ii ry.
1'n.I- r the off?i'lliRs nrlc"s fell to a level
III t'J points tin.ici" the tinal *|Ui.:alioiis of
\,.~t.r.li.\ and tin- i lose wa- al the bottom.
' Spot ? otion. ?inb-t, point- off. Sales on
till" .spot, bill.-; ll. arrive. -j;,0 tnil.-s,
Itlt'lIMONl> l'7ft)l?l IT; .11 AllKKT.
Wholesale (InulaI Ions.
Market l^iii>(atlotis I" rum Ai.auiil S.iles.
,by Wnoilsoii-i-'riiig i'o. Inc., Itlehiiioiid. V'a. >
I.'. S. l'ooil ilmIn 1str.itIon l.leense No U 02743
Rlehntond, Va.. September "4. 19IS.
Ilutter,
Knnev. dnlry. per lb S,"i t>t
I 'linice, family, per II "I nil
Sloro packed, per II .Ti V0 :l<
i:k?{s.
fresh, nearby, per do:; -Pi fifi 47
i>l her sections, per ilui |i; f.j#
linlnoa ?*ws. per doz..... <U> 3>j
l.ive I'ollltiy.
liens, per 'b ?? at 31
Thickens. sprinK. i-ib It) r,il
Chiekens. large. 2-lb 36 <>t 37
Stags, each 7,"? tD <M
Koostern, each 76 <tp 00
(iuiueas. each fi5 op 65
lloese, fa I, each 1 00 &
Uii' ks. per lb 23 V 27
Turkeys, nor lb Ti it 26
Old gobbler li O 22
l.ive Stork.
Veals, choice, per lb ir, ft 20
Vests, fair to good, per lb.... 10 16
Sheep, per lb 8 it 10
l.iimb.1. large, per lo li y la
Stock.
BY THOMAS lilt
Open. High. Low
I'M) Advatiec-flumley, pfd..
000 Allis-Chalrhers
Allls-Chalmers, pfd
700 Alaska Cold ;. . .
iAtiicr. IJufet Sugar, com.
,American C.'hh
American Can, pfd. . .,.
,800 Amor. Car and Komi...
,000 American Cotton oil...
Am. Hide and l,ea., com
r.00 Am. Hide and Lea., pfd.
300 American Linseed ull..
.300 American Locomotive..
200 Amt'i'. Loco., pi'd., x 1?*";
500 American Smelting
,300 Amer. Steel Koun
300 American Sugar.......
"00 Amcr. Tel. and Tel. Co.
300 Amur. Tobacco, coin. .. .
Amcr. Tobacco, j>fd
400 Am. Writing Ha per, pfd
American Zinc
.200 Anaconda Copper
200 Atchison
Atlantic Coast Lin?....
A. C. L. of t;t. ( Ha I to.) .
1 i n Baitimore and Ohio....
,2?>0 Belhlehetn Steel. 1!
700 Beth. Steel. 8'c pfd....
,'JOO Baldwin Locomotive....
loo Iiuttc Copper and Zinc.
100 Canadian Pacific".
000 California Petroleum.. .
,000Central Leather, com...
Chesapeake and Ohio. . .
Chicago Great Western
1 00 ?'hi. Oreat West., i?fd..
,l?"?Ciij., Mil. and St. Paul..
100 Chi., It. I. and 1'. com..
luoChi.. It. 1. and P.. 0',* pr
' hi.. It. 1. and J'.. 7 V pi
?100 Crucible Steel Cor., com
300 Colorado Fuel ami Iron
Colorado and Southern.
.700 I'wrn Products, coin....
.700 Distillers
Dome Mines
2o0 term
Krle. 1st pfd
10(i Oen'Tit I Kl^ctVic
'.'oo (loodrich, com
..'?Otireat Northorn. pfd...,
500 (Jreat North. Ore Ctfs..
200 Illinois (Central
200 Intorboro-Cons.. com. . .
.OoO Inspiration Copper
50o Int. Mf-r. Mar., com....
,000 Int. Mer. Mar., pfd
,000 Int. Paper, coin
100 Int. i'aper, pr. (stamped)
2 !? i
"n
i;?l
?I I
85 4
4 2
'sail
?10A
658
IK 4
7?Jt
821
107 4
074
1 CO
tie
?;s a
80 i
I
821
1034
8:t<
10i
1K3
20
63?
224
IS'
(#?>4
tij
47
2?J
"31
C?i
45^
805
12;
s;'.j
401
07
!'Ni
-si
8.1 -i
107 i
:?S4
101
0*3
851
82J
1031
no;
104
103
20
703
-I S i
2 5 i
0?? ^
or. 1
47
13 ?
*>3H
153 153
1454
4 01
?'"i
31?
, .95 i
s a
54
104
32 J
001
1 4 7
471
904
3 1 ?'
:? r,
07
51 i
li
4 5
-?'i
r.si
14
s >j
8'J 4
101
9*1
821
1'.74
97
100
io
* OS
85J
54
8 ? ?
1031
. 8*4
?' 5
103
195
os;
001
oil
4 04
4 3
5 24
158
i ir?i
101
'.hi
31 i
953
Oii
1028
.:j{
00-1
VN'CII 4te k
Did Ask'd
Clf*l!l*
44j 454
Open.
2!i 1
SI4
34
0S1
)>?
I i
8 0
4 2
20
8SJ
4(11
i;o \
97 5
841
i<?;;
971
90
30 i
151
liS 4
S i
:?\
824
103
89 J
'?>i
1021
191
704
184
25 4
001
oii
Hi
21
431
524
15 4
3 1
1 10
? 0 i
8>:4
31 J
30
8 II
3 4
? .Of 4
454
93
801
4 21
201
8:?
4 f
0'J
?19
774
8 4 if
I07J
98
10::
37
104
08 i
8 S
54 i
824
1V 31
8'J i
104
103
20
704
x *
21
I v}
I* i
00 '
43 i
OH
15 i|
311
1 171
I 01
90 4
31 i
90 i
0;
514
102$
331
1.000 Kennecott Corp
Kansas City So., com
200 Lackawanna Steel...
Liggett and Myers, com
Lorillard Tobacco, com
l.ouisville and Nashvill
2o'4.Ma.\well. com
10-J Maxwell. 1st pfd .
Maxwell. 2d pfd
20.700 Mexican Petroleum.. . .
100 Miami Copper
1.700 Mldvale Stee',
M<>.. Kan. aiul Tex....
200 Missouri l'acillc
National Lead. com...
300 Nevada Con. Copper. . .
1.900 New Haven
N. V. Air Brake
100 New York Central
N. V.. (Jnt. and West..
700 Norfolk and Western.
90 Northern Pacific
1.8(10 Pierce oil
l.;>oo Pennsylvania
W0 Pittsburgh Coa'. com. .
309 Pressed Steel Car. ...
'? (Utility. Steel Spring, com.
? ?00 Beading
2,3lr0 Republic 1. and S
Seaboard Air Line, corn
Seaboard Air Line, pfd
St. Louis-Southw.. com
1.500 Sinclair Oil
100 Sloss-Sheffteld. com. . .
300 Southern l'acillc
l.ofi(( Southern Bail way
Son Southern Hallway, pfd
9,60o StudcbaUer. com
1,100 Tobacco Products, coin
Tobacco Products, pfd
1,500 Texas Company
Texas Pacific
800 I'nlon Pacific
C. S. Cast Iron Pipe, pfd
800 C. S. /lubber, com
72.700 I'nited States St^el, com
100 I'nited Stater Steel, pfd
1.1 "0 i'nited Cigar Stores, com
son ('taji <,'opper
3.100 Va.-Car. Chemical, com
100 Va.-Car. Chemical, pfd.
Wabash, com
200 Wabash, pfd. A
Wabash, pi'd. B
S00 Wi-stlnghotise
Western I'nlon
l.SOO Willys-Overland, corn...
300 Wor'thington Pump, com
Total sales for day. 29
8 2
2S1
59
i 6 7 i
28
23 3
20 4
404
'734
103 5
881
1 0J
44
49
714
0 71
885
91 J
an
0(1
8 7
20 s
07
49?
001
i 0 i :i
1243
001
1 111
1 ma
1001
. 82
f.33
108
3 8 J
'434
82 4
2SJ
59
20 4
404
*73 4
ior.5
89
4!'
71 4
08 4
80
91:1
?' 1 *
00
87
20 3
071
.10.4
001
ic5
12ii
o?s
1115
1 io;
1001
82ii
5 a 4
1 OS
2S1
59
20J
3.1
'73 4
i "31
811
10J
4 3 5
4 !l
71
07
SSI
914
1 i
r,o
S' > 4
07"
4:1
08
i03l
ii'i
Od
ll'>5
1103
100
82
5 I
108
383
5
173
8 2
107
I 15
ll.t
L'S
21'
1 to;
1 2"
7.1 J
204
103 i
K'i
103
I
ft
71
07 3
8^3
f I i
20 '
19
31
m<4
80,
20''
Otil
t!t
I'.O
:? t
lot
15
12,1 i
00
1111
3S i
134
si;
204
201 204 :.''?4
041 Oil 0.?4 03
2,000 shares.
I'otal sates for week (two ilaysi, 510.700 shares.
Cows, per lb T 4 O ^
Bulls. per lb ...? 6 SJ 1
Hoc*.
I'lr*. I er lb 15 I*
Sow. f?r 11> 1"> "J> li!
Choice, per lb IS '</ IS
Wool.
No. 1 bright tub-washed fre?
wool 7o O 78
N?i in1 ?<in tub-washed fre?
wool '3 it J5
j Kre- of otirr^. unwaHhcd <> <J 72
1 J.i^h! burry, unwashed H
M-.Hum burry, unwaibea <o t>j
ll- .. , burry, un>.?ihed 1>j t? &?*
WOot. H.I (U l|U*IK> <Al <)J iU
Hide*.
Dry fltnl. p*r lb C* if to
1>:> sail, per lb M if 27
iMiiitctii At valuo
lien. per ll> ?. l'< 'O
(iri-i'ii suit. per lb li if
Apple*.
Fancy, per lilil S 00 G CO
i i.hoice. per bbl 3 IM 4> 4 00
1 Cloth Tops. per bbl i W O 8 W
(Vttt'litl.
IKancy, j.cr cratc J 04 ? 4 60
Ukultc. rcr crate I w J 2 0M
On.onx.
I Yellow. 100-lb. bag- Z'J> to
j Y? iuu\ per lb I'nw S
t'olatoe*.
No. I p.?r KO lb* I o" \t 1 00
.. p*r lo-} lb- 1 *> *? . W
I'rtf k potatoes In ISO-lb. iiAgj npjht ueairap: :.
? ? f pouioti. per bu. h 1 '*1 if 2 SO
> ai>! up-, p. r '.--le. 1? lbs... - -*i V - *1
'iuriilp-. | *r bbl ivy 2 wH
Null.
i Ii? :iuTm, por lb IA 4$ .*
< lilii'juaplii'. !>? r lb lu \it I.'
11 h ?.i > nufi nut Wjnttu.
1 >\*li,utM, per lo 1;,?<? J
l>i? li keriials. per lb 20 </ ^
iiaine.
Soru, per do/. 2 UJ if ZD
Country Produce IVIinlonic.
1 J.? '???!?. nam-. small 1- 'u
i ti. bains, ir'.dium lo largu ,c 4'/
Da .'OH, Mill- - s1 / : j
..>? hoiiiderr. .? i J'
'l .< ??... per ib i. ^ i?
U'.cs???, P?.r ib iJ u i:
Dried Applet.
? li. ?. per Ib J 4* 11
te.li>.;. per lb 12 IJ'
Dried l'ri?rlie?.
!'? ? 1. brlgllt. per lb 11 i: 1.1
I'. ?? ? ... -1-r k . r-r I b t i 10
. :i| ? ? - .1. per lb -j Ui 7
iJ..lin wt | U1. per (iUS 5 -JJ 4( t bo
A a lo quality.
KM IIMOND (.ItAIS MARKtT.
Kb liin^ird, \ a . .ffepKinber 151S.
A MKAT -
) *? r 1 ? ? ? - r- r?*euut?d by tUe KuvcrnrnenL
' Coll.V < ar l.oi*>:
I Nil. - white it 1
I N> .i \> 111!" 01 1 M
?V.,. _ TllUf.t '<8 1 M
{ Ni>. 3*mlxid tr I t><
VuKlala. bag lots 1 00 <tf i $'
. i . i ? r l.'.la .
Ni?. .? Hiiv? <i <?*
?N.l ? tlllxi'd 1
N?. w hn>- ?? sl1
N" . white.. ..
Winter miJ, biitf loti 1 VJ if 1 .j
i i. ? i r r I ,ui.4:
J r>v ?/ 1 73
N'i> j r j > V 1
Virgillln, uui; i u u; 13) u' 1
Itlt llMONII IIAV MARKKT.
W liuleMtle t{ii?lnilou? tut K.?i-li?nte.
Hl< h.'tiotid. Va , September 24. 1313.
.i r J .nt? . ?
N'i> 1 timothy Of OS <V)
No. timothy (it Olrl
No. j timothy 'i -m <)?>
l..^lit clover, littX'?d <ti ..i ? 'J
?<?*. I cloxcr, niiv^il ki -2 0)
N.i. J clover, mixed 25 (?) >i
| N... ! .1,1.1 ! <n ^0 N
N". 2 cU.v. r y 2t? (0
j Siitiipl*> May.
Straw-compresyed la 14 W
o:r.i? lo.i o - prosed, ialgo
bales <ii It C9
CHICAGO GRAIN MARK KT.
t'lllt'AtSO, September 24.?Temporary stop
page of Uie Issuitnu' of permits lor shipment
of ?,raiii from country point?, had a bulli-h
? If" l t<.-day on corn, (.'losing prices w re
lirtn. to lc net h.flier, wish October 1 47'?
lo i lis and November 1.4.'. to 1.45'4. Oat
llnlshed tinehanged to 'J fi \c lower The
...: come in provisions varied from 2ic du
i line to ac advance.
\\ III-:AT?
Kutnres not quoted.
CollN? t_?p^n. High l.ow. Clo.?e.
Oct 1I0;? 147* J n:."^ 147U
Nov. 14U? J4J>? ll"."i i<:
OATS?
Sepl. 7:-.1, 73't 73
? 'el S'.a 72;,? 7"l? 7.:'?
Nov 7 t'a 74;? 74', 73S
l'? >11 K~
.S<?p?. ... ... 41. KV
< let 4i 41 41 IM 41 in
Nov 41 &0 il.til 41.20 41.20
I. A It D?
Sepl 2t?. 65 2fi.7'i S6.6) u??. 70
????! 26.43 i&M S6.40
Nov 2a.?7 2;..t?7 2a *?7 2a.l?a
III US?
Oct 2:i..v. 22 :7 2.: 4.'.
Nov 23 "7 2::.s: 23 .0 23.25
t 'ash corn. No. 2 yellow. l.aS: No. 3 yellow,
l.T.Oti I.5.V. No. 4 yellow. 1 40hy l.4i.
NKAV VOIIK I'KOIHTK MARK KT.
NKW Y<>IIK. September 21.?Raw sugar
quiet: cent rlfuKa I; no tr:iiisiietli>n<< reported;
i-ilied iinehanReil; lino srmiu.iilni, y.?.0.
Spol coffee quiet; Rio 7s. 9T?; Suntoa 4?,
i;;t. Duller and cheese strong.
t'olton seed oil; no quotation?.
NKW YORK I.IVK NTDCK MARK1T.
NKU' YORK. September 21 ? Reeves slendv.
no UiMling. I'alvrn firm; common 10 primo
veals. I a. WW 21.<K); culls. 11.OO^f 14.00; W'esi
erns. [l.(i1 '.f 13111.
Sheep and lambs steady; sh"ep. ^W(it I2.?"^>;
< nil-. .VACfl 7. lambs, l.'i.W^r 19.li2',-j, culls,
I.- i?"n U.rtt
llo^s stemly; medium to hca\j hogs, 20.50
'ji ^1.7i; rouslts IS.'.'O.
CHICAGO I.IVK STOC K MARKK.T.
Clllt'AltO, September 24.- llogs; Rec< ip|s.
lO.oO lieail: miirket mostly ;'.=i cenis lower
than yesterday's average. Rtitchers. 19.4^'n
19.W1; IIrIiI. I^1 ."/)'?? 20. CO; paekinp, 13.3a 31 l!>.15;
roii^li. !7.77.ti is.^a; iilgs. good 10 choice. IS.00
'<i I! 7">.
iV.tl'e: lleeelpfs. ls>W head; best steer-:
*d"* "about* r "lionInC
frrrflnif. hr. Lillr..' i. httod; fat < ,
l-jnbs, iowtr " ItcUlns
UWCi;i.l..iNKOts MAKUKTS.
NKVV v?,i?i-DJtY G'""JQ
?n<! yarr^ V i v Fi r-?tton koo*1*
ernnicrii\,\>,? ?? ?f <??J * w- I?In?r rov
*'i moucrati* <1? r.Ii ?? . * * wore
ur.l vvool joo.l 'nr,!;0- UurIa?'s ??? oulei
savaw ?,;N*A VA*- s"Tor?F:.s
Jin", r.o'thl,'^';V ^Ll,.triTj;rr f' T'"-P"n-:
*>T L'l: |,,t? ???? J ?s,"Pt,Mll
<?* -U ?. ?!. , ,? -s.'si:; Vuak* ?hl|>inent.?, 1!
Kh.rnicnt ?r"'? >{,.','.'1' ^.Vir> *j r""*lptK, S'.<4
\\ W r, ' "? 11 Vt 1 i Ir>?. i
MEW WILLARD GUESTS
HURRIED FROM THEIR beds'
?:?rlj Mornlna I'lrr l),lm,5r, We?.
* 'i W 'inliinfclon
llomrlry,
' Ahv.jclal"d |
A.SIII\(jT(i.\, September LM pn
U'.- and lire odiriHls to-day uerC invos.
41? uj? the origin of a fire early this
n, ?,.... ? Unu I ffj.s of euost.S
"rrv,L 'ifr" 0l. n;,,i""al Prominence;
ridori , , i ,h" s'??"k.--tilled cor.
, lobbies and safetv.
b?!l hni?? P.St rx< ;tomont ?f hurrying
,i ' ? ? t^lophoiio.s and ibo
of .ho'^f Hrriv,,:,; "r* apparatus? ?om?
So/, r , < ?ir:,t'..T"'r,r bCostn,p >?mericaL
\trui tainted an<l one attempted to
jump from a . hirtd-Mory wlndAw but
prev.M.ted by ? hotel attendant
\ i. e l'resident Marshall. Senators
t Cl"n''VC" '"PlomatH with
thou fatn11 wore amon* the scantllv
lad gnosis who quickly ronchod the
Barnes iafa & Vault Ca.
a-bt.1?!8 jS*"* *?'"
c u- ?*'=>*?. Pr.p. a ad Mr*
SAVE
on your fuel bill by having the pipe?
i and boilers of your boating plant
covered with Asbestos Pipe Cover
ings.
Call Randolph 1-12S and have our
representalive call and Give you an
estimate 0:1 tliis work.
Southern Asbestos Mfg. Co.
10 (*'OVKI{\Olt ' ST It K 1ST.
Randolph l-|28.
J 2
j IMJOKI'OKATKI) IS32 ^
| VIRGINIA FIRE AND MARINE j
\ iisiiaiice Co. c! Eicfcicoiid, Va, |
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> Assets, January 1, 11)18 ....$2,100,15)5.00
* Net Surplus * * Uu::,057.00 jS
5 Surplus to rolicy holders 1,15-,050.00 ?
3
\ i
^ Win. 11. I'nlmor. I*rca. G. B. Addliou, V.-I'rea. \V. II. .MrC'itrtfay, Srey. ^
j U. C. Lew la. Jr.. Treua. J. At. l.enke. Grner.nl AkcdI. ^
lobby by means of elevators and stair
ways. ,
The fire originated in a pantry off
the palm room, but waa checked before
it had spread far. Most of the dam
age was to furniture and drapery
caused by smoke and water.
To Cnrtnil Bicycle Manufacturing;.
WASHINGTON, September 24. -Cur
tailment of the manufacture of bicycles
and accessories wa? announced to-day
by the War Industries Board. Men's
?bicycles are to be made hereafter only
iti 2fi and 22-inch frames anil women's
models in 20-inch frames, and tit- man
ufacture of racing and juvenile models,
steel guards, tool boxes, metal stands
and metal tanks is dlcont'.nued entirely.
The rfflelent stenographer I* a con
stant render of Tlmes-I.)l*pntch Help
\\ tinted Ad*.
JJ What You Save "
J at Our J
J 4'Low Profit |
? Prices'' on []
i Heaters :
- Blankets -
b e
\ Comforts I
_ Largest stocks and newest B
? styles for your selection. Any
H thing you buy at Ryan-Smith's H
g is dependable. g,
n r b b eb b a h a ? er.
HOLD ELABORATE FUNERAL
FOR CARDINAL J. M. FARLEY
North American ear- >
>??':! representative in 111?? '
\ enertiltle fhlirelimit ii'm Iteiunin* Heat
I ne'er Altnr of St. 1'ntrtck-*
Cathedral.
I I'.v Araucliittil l'r <* I
N K \Y VOUK. September 2t.?His
memory honored l>y this presence of th<
three survivin
'I ma Is the rcjit'
i'l.iteil Stales. Catholic dignitaries froilij
'li sections of tlie country. ottlcials of,
?he State anil city of Now York and of I
the American military and naval forees.
''ardinal John Al. Parley. archbishop of j
N* \v York, was buried to-day beneath j
the altar of Si. Patrick's Cathedral.
At a pontifical requiem mass eelo- !
hrateil by the Most ltev. John lionzano, |
apostolic delegate to the I'nited States,
a iltial tribute wad paid to t ho veler
ahle and beloved head of the New York
archdiocese in a sermon by Bishop
Thomas J. lliekey, of Rochester.
Anionic those present were Cardinals
<>;bhons. of Baltimore: o'Connell. of
l?o>ton. aiid Begin. of Quebec. together
with forty archbishops and bishops arid
hundreds of priests. The great til
EXPERT IN
EYE STRAIN
CMAHLKS I.INCOI.N SMITH.
Itef rac( toulst.
HO- i'.fljt (irnee Street, ltlchinond, V?.,
Whose Skill. Method and Prescription
Glasues h.ive been a boon to thousands
of Yirginlans during the past 15 yeara.
If ;.uu have blurring, dizziness, neu
ralgia, heailache. spots before the eyes,
winking, trembling Kpells. cataract,
hui'iing anrl smarting of the eyes, vari
ous nervous and brain affections, en
tailing not only positive injury to the
sinlit. but untold misery, call immed
iate^
Consultation froo between 10 A- M.
and 4 I'. .\l.
arc your moat valuable posses
sion. Our reputation is our
most valuable asset.
It is reasonable to assume
that the most satisfactory opti
cal service is rendered where
the patron's satisfaction means
more than the prolit on th5
immediate sale.
TheS
Main and
dth Sts.
?8ALESKI0p,,hICo
223 E.
Eroad St
KODAK lli:.\l)<v>UAHTKRS
i^MSM?5fi5ififiE5fiBE ;
thedral v.-as crowded to the doors ami
thousands of persons thronged the
streets in the vicinity.
President Wilson S"iit a message ex*
pressing "the nation's loss." while Sec
retaries liaker and Daniels were rep
re sen led. liovernor Whitman and his
HtaiT and Mayor Dylan and a large
group of city ofllcials were present.
Members of tho allied commissions in
this country also were in attendance.
in a procession escorting the visiting
clergy from the cathedral college to the
cathedral, preceding lh<? funeral, a de
tachment of ('ailed .States marines
served as escort.
Archbishop Ireland llarely Alive.
I ISv As-so-'iated i'i'Hii. i
ST. l'Al'l., MINN.. September 21.? ''
The condition of Archbishop John Ire- i
land was unchanged at S o'clock this i
morning, his secretary announced. Hot
is stili unconscious.
Fine Watches
Our watches have the reputa
tion of keeping accurate time,
because wo sell tho best; each
one is guaranteed.
We have a large stock. Let us
show you.
t
"Tho Diamond Merchant,"
J. S. JAMES
Jeweler and Optician,
Seventh and Main Streets.
Savory Goodness
Right Off the Ice
No matter* how care
fully prepared foods,
drinks or ices may be,
refrigeration decides
their restful wholesome
ness.
Tho
LAS
WUHMIM
Anis food to its Interior
through the action of the
perfect, constant circulation
of cold, dry air that can't
escape because of the car
bonized pebbled cork non
conducting insulation. The
lifetime food and ice econo
mist with the opal glass or
porcelain or wnite enamel
lining.
Aik as to explain tUs
Alaska.
,n JurgenS ..
|| |ij^ Ailmrmm am? Rrotxi Mi*.
After a
Hard Day's Work
rub the tired muscles with a few drops
of the soothing. refreshing. antiseptic
liniment. Absorblnc, Jr. \ ou will llnd
it picat<ant and convenient to u?o utul
remarkably crtlcucious. This liniment
invigorates Jaded muscles. limbers the
joints and prevents second day sore
ness and lameness after a strenuous,
tiresome day of sport or work.
America's l,?st athletes and trainers
use Absorbine, Jr.. to relieve strains
and wrenches and also as a rub-down
before vigorous exercise to prevent
such conditions.
Absorbine. Jr., Is concentrated and
therefore economical?only a few drops
arc required at an application. One
ounce Absorbine, Jr., to a quart of
water or witch hazel makes an Invig
orating rub-down and general purpose
liniment.
$ 1.25 a bottle at druggists or post
paid. Send 10c for liberal trial bottle
or procute regular size from your
druggi.'H to-day.
\V. F. YOUNG. P. l->. F.,
279 Temple St.. Springfield, Mass.
?Adv. _
iliss Slaughter's School
FOR
little: hoys
Will reopen September 23th, at 217
West" Grace Street. Address after
September &th.
siims sirsu; ii. si.AUoriTHn.
1(H) !?:. I-'rnnklln SI. 1'hoor, Hnn. ?((153.
Miss Martha Waller
Robertson
Pupil of Frank I.a Forge. Germanr.
Formerly of S?vcct Hrlar Colics* Faculty.
Piano iin'I Harmony.
I.KSCIIKTI'/.KY TECHNIQUE.
Studio: 210 North lx>mbar<ly btreet.
Phone Madison "4701-J.
| Virginia Mechanics'
Institute
Ilirhmond's .\ljjht School of Technology
| ENROLL TO-NIGHT
Special classes for Artillery Science
ami Military Topography. Regular
J classes for Mechanical trades,
i Sciencc and Drawing.
FRANK XV. DUKE,
Superintendent.
University of Virginia
Students' Army Training Corps.
Naval ScctJon.
Admission.
The Sfudent.1* Army t'orns anil the Naval
Section arn open to men between the aires
of IS and 40 not physically disqualified for
military service who have complied a cood
high school education and present a proper
certificate of name. Tho medical examlna
I Hon will bo given at the University.
Terms.
Members of the s. A. T. C. and of tha
Naval Section will be housed, fed. uni
formed and tauchl at the expense of tho
government: each member will rccclvc JUO
a month.
Instruction.
S. A. T. C.
The military In
struction will be
?riven bv army of
llocrs. Kaeti me in
ter of the I'Tts will
tuUe a course in the
issue* of ihe wnr
and select his other
y udii-a from a wido
rsnco ?f suhlects.
Men will be trans
ferred to officers'
training camps. or
to the depot brigado
or detailed for fur
ther instruction in
technical subjects.
Naval Section.
The naval section
will be in charce of
n naval officer de
tailed for the uur
iioy?. Tlie course of
instruction as un
proved bv the N'avv
Department Is de
signed to suonlv tho
preliminary tinlninsr
necessary for admis
sion to a navel
school for officers.
The number ill tho
S'aval Section in lim
ited to 60.
KerUtration.
Registration at the University becins on
September "I. Official induction into tho
S. A T. C. or the Naval Section begins on
or about October I. It Is desirable to bo
lie re as near October l as possible. For
those desiring them the University will, in
so far as possible, supply sleeping aceom
( modal Ions and meals at a low cost between
September 21 and date of Induction.
Application for Admission.
Application for admission to either "i<5
S. A. T. I.', or the Naval Section should be
made at once, and a high school certificate
I submitted with the application. Address
j president Bdu^jn A. Alderman. University.
Ricular academic instruelion somewhat
moilllied will be available for those under
eighteen or not enteritis; S. A. T. C. or
Nilval Section.
Revere Cord
REVERE
TIRES
Historians tell us that Paul Revere was a
stickler for thorough workmanship and
honest quality. In his own craft he was a
master. Examples of his work now in
r?4 existence tell the story of solid worth.
This same standard of material and work
manship is maintained in Revere Tires. They
are made by master craftsmen, working with
the finest of materials and every facility to
improve their product. Exceptionally thor
ough inspection methods contribute also to
the unvarying excellence of these tires.
Equip your car with Revere Tires. They are long
wearing and economical. They fit your car for the
added service demanded of these times.
The Revere Cord Tire represents the highest develop
ment of cord construction. It cannot be surpassed. Other
Revere Tires,are the famous "R" Tread, the Revere
"Granite" and "Plain".
REVERE RUBBER CO., Mfrs., 1788 Broadway, New York
WATKINS-COTTRELL CO., Distributors

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