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Kxtreuie Buoyancy Follows Report
That They Will Sign I'caco
Treaty.
CHEMICAL STOCK A C T I V i-J!
Tire and Rubber Securities Keutii
New High Prices?TobacCu Shuresj
Also "'io\v. Activity, With'United
Cigar Stoics Leading. ^
nv iihoaiIax WAiii..
xi;\\* YORK. Juu.j 20.?Wall Street I
had h hunch today that the. Gentians J
were bluflling ind would ?it;ii the* i
peace treaty. Tlie result was extreme 1
buoyancy in several departments of
tlie market. The food stAuk.i particu
larly were fltVonjf, and Corn Products. '
yirjjInla-Carolina Chemical, I'm led
Food Products and American Linseed)
went to prices never before touched. .
Tho tire and rubber stockh were also
at higher prices. United States Rubber
and Keystone making new records.!
with AJax and Kelly-Springfield fol- !
lowing close after. Tobacco share.*- 1
weie also buoyant under leadership of
1'nlted Cigar Stores and Tobacco I-*r-?- '
ducts. United States Steel, Bethlehem
Steel and the whole tribe of metal
shares were strong. Anion? the oil
stocks Texas and Pacific was the leader, j
with an advance of more than eight
points to the highest price on record. ?
While Texas and Pacific is nominally
a railroad it Is actually an oil issue. ,
and Its present advance is due entirely!
to oil facts and not to any Improve-!
rnent in the rail situation.
Call Hairs llrusonnblr.
Although it Is Friday when the
greatest strain is usually made on the,
money market call rates were reason- j
able. The experience of Monday and
the nation-wide denunciation causcd by
the 15 per cent money outrage has
taiight the Federal Reserve Bank to
his reasonable in the handling of credit.
I'p to the close of the market there
was no official confirmation of the
peace rumor, hut bankers with Inter
national connections have had that In- >
formation for several weeks They
bought heavily last Friday, Saturday
ntid Monday when stock* were on the
bargain counter.
Strength of the tire stocks and)
rubber naturally followed the state
ment made by Managing Director
took, of the Kelly ?Spring lie Id Tire
Company, who estimates the country's
necessity nt 19.000,000 tire?. f<.r 19:.'"
The price of crude tubbet Is at a 1o*a
record. so th.".t every Inducement Is
given for the boom lii the rubber In
. dustry Every tire company in the
country is assured of all the business
mat it can handle for the next few
\ears. This also encourage? the auto-i
mobile industry, for tire* ate an im
portant item in the upkeep of these i
machines.
Higher Price* for Food *hnr?-?.
The higher prices for food shares
was due paitly lo the necessities of
Kurope and also In aslarge part to
the cortalnty of a rapid increase it" the ,
niilc&K^ of fijood roii'lsj ?in#.l inc numbci
of automobiles. . .
Shipping share*, under the leadership
of American International. were. in
good demand.
The revival in steel and copper is
no longer a matter of imagination.!
Tangible evidence Is found on the or
der books of practically every com
? pany. , ?
When United Cigar Stores and To
bacco Products made their new high
records these prices were reflected on
the curb In strength of I nited Retail
?stores stock Official announcements,
arc expected within the next few days
of tome chain stores companies that
will be taken by the new world-i
encircling combination.
Vn important financial group has
organized without any publicity a new
automobil jmpany. and wlfl J-ring
out In the fail a medium-priced car
now in design, equipment and name.
NEW Y0RK~B0ND MARKET
<Bv National City Co Richmond Office*
Am." Tel. and Ttl. conv. ?? J*?*
Am. Tel. and Tel. deb. t? *{*]?*
American Thread **???? .,jT
Anacond-v ?""<->t?P?r ? o . e? -
. . Atlantic Coast Mne Ut 4.
British lV?s (19TJ i
?Canadian Pacific -
Central Argentine f
Che*ar>eaWe ?nrt Ohio conv. .?
Chicago Great We.it'rn (r ?>? ?
Chicago Northwestern t*-?. ? oi?*
Cleveland Elc-trlc Illuminating -s ?} '
Chi Mil . and St. Paul 71
Cubaii Government 4. ',* ?
Kaderai Farn Loan }W?
Federal Farm U-an .a.. 17?;
HI. enl nal'.wav co'.l trujt ?
fiiterboroiith Ratdd Transit a ,
fnt Mercantile Marine. C* . 1
J.-high Valley ? *
l.lggeU ami Mjera .-*>
l.orlllard ".'-"VI u'.'i
Pennsylvania Railway jscn
Seaboard Air l.m- ad I js v;,
Seeboard Air Line ref. !? ? ?
Seaboard Air I.lnc cons. ?.* . ,
Southern Bell Telephone 5> >; v
South-i-n PaYIHc conv f.s "
Southern Rallwav :rn 4=- ? ?
Union Pacific *? ???? .
United States Rubber }-? *
imite.1 8tates Site! >. f b? i ,
Va.-far. rheml"?l S?
Virginian Railway
t'nlted States Ubertv 4th 4??s i?o'bo
Victory Notes *? w
SHORT TERM NOTF.S.
A:n. Foreign Sec. f-s. Aug. 1. 1913 ,
Am Tobacco ij. Nov. 1, 1919 100 ? ,
Am Tobacco 7a. Nov 1. 19M... '!! '
Anglo-French os. Oct. 15. 19.0 97H .
Armour and Co Cs, Juno 15. 19-.. 1 m '
ItethleheiTi Steel .*? ?' ; V 1-. 19.0 1 ' 1 |
British oWf. Nov 1. 1^ ;_
Mrit i^h N1 ? l-*-l *?* *
,".r TV and U Joint l-s. J-nv I. 1921... ^ ,
fudahv Packing Co.. ,.s, July Js.. 19.3..... 1?. ?
Dominion of i annda Atlt. 1. 191 3 1j-1<
Klec AUtO-I-ite Co. 8;-. A<.c. la. 1919...... l'\ J
Hocking Val. Uv. col. tr. ?'.s. Mar. 1. 1?'.M. 9?H I
Jacob fiold racking Co. 7*. Nov. 1R. IW. 01 t
lHeob Hold Paeklnir Co. ,s. Nov. la. 19-3. 10-'?
I iccett and Myer* 4s>. Dec. |, 1'j^l JS?,*
MO*m" Plow V? s?nt }? \r>\
Mollne Plow to.. ept I. 1923... ? ?'? <
jfonongahela Vallev Traction Co. 7a
jVoc'ter'A9Gnmbii' 7s."Mar.''i.' 1921
Pro'iter St Gftinble 7a. Mar. 1. 1923 104
Southern Railway <a. Mttr. 1 t#S
Swift & Co.. Si. Aug. la. .1921............. IP0^<
Wcatlnghouse Klectric and Manufactur
log <a, Feb. 1. 1920 ?U014
RICHMOND STOCK MARKET.
(By Cs*l?le G. Bureh A Co.l
Richmond. Va.. June ;0. 1?19.
STATIO SBriJRlTIKS Bl'l. Asked.
Mrginla 3s. "Old C. and H M
Virginia Centuries Wis ...
R All.ROAD 1IOND&
Seaboard Adj. ?}
Soutbedn ny. 1st 5s.... 91 ?
o,. T> DftV. Rfld G. M. 4S....- W rj ???
* STRBBT RAIIAVAV BONDS.
Mor. and Ports. Trac. Co. Bj. 19-6 ... SO
Va Ry and row. Co.. 6*. 19o4.... iy ..?
STKICICT ItY ST(m!KS. Tar B??. A<kdd
Nor, Ry. <*nd I.lcht Co...... ... .'r
?:? &-.tsi.css*iL:is ? -a
??
U . :::
Seaboard Air l.lne. ufd t?' -l
.Seaboard Air l.lne. com ?> 10 ...
Southern R?llwa>. nfd. 100 .
WSK A^T^JS-rcO. STOCK8?
American National 1W 2.R 235
Broad Street Bank 2j> tj>
Centrnl National.... ]00 1i0
Klrat National Bank... j*> 2r^
;%'h<tonal Mtnte and t.llv 1M 193
Old Dominion Trust Co ioo 19, ...
Planters National |{? -??
nichinond Trust t-o M 107 ^
WW&Kr?.::'? "? ~
vi'Si^'cfcrnS!? IS ...
Va.'Car. Chemical, com..? 100 Si
Vo. Klre and Mar. Ins. Co... .5 .>h - ^
Old Doni. Iron nnrf Steel.... ^.. ? ' *
L'nivcrsal Leaf Tob ....\.. 104 Vii'n
COTTON MARKETS.
NKW TORK. Juno sO.-Offerings of cot
ton were liberal today, and after the mar
ko" had louche,! new high lovols for the
iieasoii on cables announcing that the t.cr
inan cabinet had fallen and that the Ger
man national a^nembly at Weimar had ac
rented the peace treaty, which Induced
heavy nurchaBlng. there was a Hharn act
baek. No Important demand unooarod af
ter the dron. Tho bul a made no effort to
check the reaction which had been active.
,increased In the afternoon. .Reports from
nil dry good* centers were bullish and news
from the mlllaj.fdd ofl_adyance( orderi^o
the maximum, with ?plnner? willing to si
hecauaa ot abnormally Is rare oroflta. Cron
newt w?? mainly unfuvorabU. Final orlcos
Official Range and Sale of Stocks in New York
oalca.
I'>0 Ad vanee-Huntley, pfrl .
lioo Al!la-Clialin?ri)
10" .Mlis-Cliulmers. pfif.
Alaska (Jolt!
--''0 Airier Meet Sugar, com.
15300 American Can
American Can. pfd
4900 Amer. Car and Foundry
??100 American Cotton Oil ..
3000 Amer. Hide and I>ea.. c
1200 Amer. JHde and Lea., pftf
1900 American Linseed uil
4100 American Locomotive
3i90j Amer. int. Corn
1200 American Smelting; . . .
200 Amer. Drue Syndicate.
4600 American jjugur
1 100 Amer. Tel. and Tel. Co
1000 Amer. Tobacco, com...
Amer. Tobacco, pfd....
800 Am. Writing Paper, pfd
.'.ooo American Wool, com...
?1900 Anaconda Copper
1800 Atchison
100 Atlantic Coast Line ...
\. C. L.. of Ct. (Baito.)
2!i00 Baltimore and Ohio ....
11700 Itcthlehcm Steel. H
_300 Hethleheni Steel, 8% pfd
27300 Muldwln Locomotive .
1300 Caddo Oil
1600 Canadian Pacific
600 California Petroleum .
I 1900 Cenl'ral Leather, com.
S00 Chesapeake and Ohio .
Chicago Oreat Western . . .
?".00 Chi., Or eat West., pfd.
1?>00 i 'lii.. Mil. and St. Paul....
3900 Chicago R., I. and P., coin
J 00 chl. It.. I and P.. 6% pf<l
2U0 Chi It., J and P.. 7*'c pfd
1S700 Crucible Steel Cor., com
""0 Colorado Fuel and Iron'
11300 Cuba Cane Sugar
13100 Coin Products, com....
1200 Oome .Mine."
1300 Krlf
11300 General Motors
6000 Goodrich, com
^?>00 Great Northern, pfd...,
5600 O i ? at North. Ore Ctfs..
100 Illinois Central
31500 Inter Nickel
9900 Inspiration Copper ....
12800 Int. Mer. Mar., com
290?> Int. Mer Mar., pfd
2900 Int. papi-r, com
111 *? Paper, pfd . stamped
BY THOMAS BRANCH &
Stock. High. Low, Closing
Bid A*Wc*
CO.. Hankers aud Brokers.
Sal-Ji.
731
13
S6
541
731
134
8S}
57
73?
I3j{
851
on
3 J
42J
95 i
31
86
564
1 04
111* 1111 110
61 i ?3? r.ij
32a 33J 324 33*
123 121J 123 1234 1
73 7.". 71 i 74*
844 8 1} S3-; N4 L
102 109A 101i l?U
>>1 82 SI SIJ
12 121 12 12}
131 J 131i 131 J 133 4 131
lOil loci 105* lot; ]or,'
21S 220 218
21'
;pj
1014 101'
161 16 i
1154
7 2J
100
1001 1001 1001 lW'.'l 104
974
4 5 J 16 J 45J
11 4 1 154 1134 lii'i
71 7 2 4 71
99* 99 i :i
21
99
S71
50 J
ss?
1114 111
50 50 i
*7ii 8va
1114 112
100 1021
453 46 ....
1623 1634 1621 IK:
454 454 354 354
.vs4
I 12
993 101 J 102
454 45 J 15;
161
103
64i
' 2>1
4 21
ft;
66
77 J
91
47
:r.i
70
13?
IS
224 :
. 7 S*
951
46?
101
651
' 2S
431
2X4
66
774
95 J
4 S
35
731
131
?81
127
80
964
4 7 J
103? 1034 104
61 i 654 t,:,i
26i
424
66
901
474
.33 4
70
131
171
222 4
7 v
95 4
4 6 if
9 4
2S
131
274
65 J
774
93 i
474
31*
1 3 4
IS*
96
1'
;9s
1014 1014 1014 100
301 31g 304 31
59 4
49
1 17
56
60
50}
1178
5 6 J
59
4 9 50
ii6? 117
65, 55
76
10
2S4
434
2 ? *
664
7 S
93 4
4 i
343
7 - '
1 "1 ?;
1 ?i
?-'27 4
791
964
<71
10]
3Mi
60
50 i
1171
56
Stock. High. Low.
1
43
96
34
87
?? 01
1 or,
U04 11"'
62* 6-4
334
24
841
i 091
82
12jJ
5300 KenuiM ott Corp
2oo Kansas ' ity So., coin
1200 L.ickawanna Steel ....
Liggett and Myers, coin
200 Loritlard Tobacco, com.
!.ouisviilc ami Nashvilli
100O Maxwell, com
40o Maxwell. 1st pfd.
200 Maxwell. 2nd pfd
12600 Mexican Petroleum ?.
2600 .Miami Copper
4800 A! 10vale Steel
4000. Mo, Kan. and Texas...
is.j00 Missouri Pacific
11 ?') .? National I.ead. com. ..
1000 Nevada Con. Copper ..
1500 New Haven ....
V. Air Brake
17oo New Vork (,'entral ...
19200 Okla. P. and K.
500 Norfolk and Western .
4(0 Northern Pacific ......
500 Nova cotiu Steci
p. i-ujjy iva ilia ...... .
7000 Pierce Arrow
900 Pressed Steel Car ....
6O0 ity. Steel Spring, com.
3900 Heading
4300 Kcpuhlic 1 and S. ...
6S700 Koya IHutch N. V
Seaboard Air Lii;o, com
Seaboard Air Line. pfd.
1500(1 St. Louis-San Fran....
losoo Sinclair Oil
3400 Sloss-SheiTield. com ..
1 7900 Southern Pacific ....
57"0 Southern ftailway . ..
200 Southern Railway, pfd
22500 Studebaker, coin
11700 Tobacco Products, com
lioo Tobacco Produces, pfd
5 5 Of. Company
122300 "I'.'xas Pacific
2Voo t'nlon Pacific
50o I". S Cast Iron Pipe, pfd
27200 ?'. s. Hubber. com
i00500 Cr.'ted States Steel, com
5oo i.'nlted States Steel. i<fd
12800 I'nifed Cigar Stores, com
2S00 L'tah Copper
Va.-Car. Chemical, pfd
700 Wabash, coin
100 Wabash, pfd A
1 loo Wilson and Co
1200 Westinghoufce
200 v\ ? rtern L'nlon
."5<0(? Willys-Overland, rom . .
.*00 Worthington Pump, com
Total sa!es for da* 1
Total saie? for week
391
224
.S3
10
M"
391
224
.S3
1S9 189* 1S9
' I7S" ' 18 171
741 7 11 71'
38 38 3S
1 S3 J 185} l*li
" " 27<
51
91
3 I 4
51
?>i
314
77i
19
301
28 >1
511
9 J
33 i
7S1
194 1*1
314 301
794 S0i 79
114 111. 1 1 i
1081 1081 |On
96 i
85
46 '
60
84
91 4
S74
90 J
S5
46J
6U
?4;
92}
R9
91}
S3i
914
s7 }
111} 1154 11 of
204
63
65*
106
29?
70
103i
1 05
1 I I
267
564
1324
63i
1241
lOf.j
116S
I 5 S J
S7
224
64 i
6N
2'.'4
65 ?
1071 lo?i
301
704
105
29 ^
70
1021
1061 10W
1124 Hi"
27S} 265
65 564
132 4
134
64}
1274
107*
63 J
1 234
tn<;!
IU8 116}
1624 158
m S64
105
35
96
561
90|
36}
SO
>.200 shares
dav5>. 7.S67.30O
9 4}
56}
90S
351
SO
10*
35
94 1
564
ft 0 4
?5g
79
Closing
Bid. Askd
39J 39i
2 2 22 i
S34 S4 ?
iss Is9
1174 I 20
17 171
7 Ii 75
38 3S
1854 1S.J
28 2S\
.>14 14
94 9 4
334 331
7 S 7 ?> *
181 19
301 31}
11 *4 120
80} SOjj
in Hi
lov^ 1 OS i
97 97 J
1 | S 6
464 164
61 614
s;{} s4
91 i 92
S^4 89
91 914
115 4 1154
9} 91
191 20J
22 22*
'.I 64}
67| 671
lo74 107}
291 30
70 71
104 1041
tOH 1061
112 2 113
267 268
63i 6 4
1 33j 134
03 6 t J
1241 125
107 8 107-1
116} 116fi
1611 162
>7 8 8 S
113} 11!?
104 log
34 4 35
95 4 96
56I 56 2
w cr?- unTiancert to 2i oolnt.i net hirher. with
the uKidil tone vtrv ?teaOv.
Snot at New Orleans was steady. with
middling 17 polnti hlch?r at S3e: the ?a>s
were. 1.53* nai??. Spot hire was nuiet at a
declin.: of Jo roint.. at 33.15c: there were no
sale*
Port receipts for th* dav totaled 33. "21
fcal' while exports segregated 31.550 bale:.
Cotton tu'.urta taole.
Ouen. High. Low. Clo*?.
.tup 31.15
Jul 31.15 31'.*5 31 15 "I 12
\Ut ?-! 31 J.S
SfDi'^'iihT 3J.35 31.7S
Oetot?-r 31.ft 32 4S 31.V) -^' i{
Nam iiiIht ... .... 31.T.I
I>fi i mb?r 11 45 \2 S1.M 31.Ml
l?nu?rv ?" ? " '
Febrile r v
31.30 21.4K
March 31 io 31' S"9 31?> TlT*
AC! II . -j ?>>
?*% 3! V 31.43 3T J0 3115
N,?:w V' "ItK June -Port movement ?
Middling. 13. ?t?LK. :?*.MS
Minor norts-Receipt*. IS.::*; export.- 5 7??'
Mork. 54.17*.
Tola! md*-. r*-'?lui!?. 31.?V.; ?xport.?. 33.0C>9;
?1 o> X. 1.144 733
Total tor wek. 143.V-.. exports. 1?; S41
1<.t? f.,r ."a -on ? n*. ceipt? 3.7^5 Js' export?.
I M''.2 y
or.l.KANs Jun? yi -Peaee. rumora
fl?w tnl-k and fa>t In the cotton marlin
totfa . and aroused huylnc on a large scale
??> th?t t>rir?; were (or< e<1 to new telr'n i
level*, hut In the afternoon when c?n?r?i
f?>l/.inc pei in among Ion** there wa? a
reartlon *h|rh ? arrled the a'live months
below ih^ closing quotation* of yesterday.
Net rhans'f for th? day were small. beir.c
ad<an'?-- of but '* io l; points
Th'- fall of the Italian covernment was
?r"M?'l ax ?n unfavorable developin?nt.
and It was responsible for a derllne of )|
to .'J point* a round the opening The cloudv
ar.d ?howerv weather over th? belt and the
for-'a?l of -imllar ? onrtltlons for th? next
twent?-four hour* stlinuUt'd enough bu> tng
to b-irc about a como>te recovery end
put urtrcs two to -It points over vester
d\> r rr.A.> For a while the ring was oultl.
hut when It cor the rumor that the Presl
?len t had 'ixned the demobilization bill.
ih?r?bv doing awav with let of Ju'v pro
hibition. It livened up Immediately and prices
rt.?.- ?harplv. Further bulge* followed th*
rumor th*< (itrminv had signed th<- pea. e
tr?al> Th? denial of both rumori had no
effer-t and the marh't rose until It touch?d
I" for .lulv and the trading months were
a* n*t advance of 72 to M point*
Moulds '.Ion <-omp!et*iv wiped out the net
Cain and t ut lh- market 1? to 24 points un
der the rio?? of veaterdav. but toward the
i-fd i h? ton* steadied on the larcer mil!
taklnr- for the week. 2</>.000 bales, actordlnc I
to Hester. ?
RICUMOMI I'RODL'CF. MARKET.
%VholesMle Qnotatlona.
(Bv VVoodson-Cralc Co.. Inc.. Richmond. Va.?
ii Food Admlnlatratlon License Xo G 07740
Hlchmond. V?.. June y> 1319.
Butter.
Countrv. datrv. lb ; 45 A BO 1
Country, choice, lb 4: O 45
Stor.v sacked, uer lb 40 ft 41 I
Km.
Fresh nearby, per dozen 45 ? 4(
Other aectlona. par doten 44 ? 46
I.U? Poultr*-.
Chickens, spring. 1 to IV* lbs.. &2 O f5
Chickens, sprln*. Jarjts ?5 to 57
Hens. fat. Per lb 34 fo *5
Ducks, vounc. fat per lb 30 to S3
F'.ars and roosters, each IS <H 1 25
Guineas, fat. each..... 75 6 V)
Geeso. larjre. fat. each 1 6c to I 50
Turkeya. fat. uer lb 15 tt 25
I.Ive Stock*.
\ pala. choice, nor lb 14 ? IS
Veals. *alr to Rood, per lb.... 8 ? 12 I
Lambs, larce, per lb. spring.. 14 ? 1?
Sheep, per lb SO 12
Cow>? r?r |b 7 ? Hi
Hulls? psr lb (A 10 !
Steers, choice to poor 11 ? 14
Ho**.
^holee. t>ar lb 1* ? 20
fow*. per lb...., IS ? 17 1
irs. per lb 15 ? 18
Wool.
No. I. hrlrht tub ? washed.
free wool fi? ? 70 |
No. 2. medium tub - washed.
Oct wool 60 ? tt I
Free of burrs, unwashed U 0 M
l.l*ht. hurrv. unwashed 40 H 4)
Medium burry. unwashed XJ ? ta
Heavy burry. unwanhed ? ? ia
_ Rides.
Dry fltnt. per lb 3t ?
Dry salt, per lb 30 ?
Damaged At valu*. I
Green, per lb 37 ?
Green salt, per lb 59 ?
? Aofflfs
Fancy, per bbl 10 00 ? 12 W
Choice, per bbl 9 00 & JO 00
Potato-s.
No. 1. per 100 lbs t On ?
No 2. per 100 lbs 1 05 ? lb
Cabbare. per crate. 10? lbs..,. 1 00 a 1 50
Turnips, per 100 lbs Not wanted.
Lettuce, fancy, per hamper.... 1 hi ? 2 00
neans. arrecn snap, pei hamper 1 Ba ? 2 00
Peas, Krccn. per hat.iper 1 50 tt 2 CO ?
Berrle*.
S'rHwhcrrles. fane>. per crat* KM ? 8 00
Strawberries, cho'ce 2 50 ? 4 0) i
Itiackberrles. per crate 6 M ? J 00 i
Cherries, per cr?te S 00 fc> t W
_ . Country Predate.
Rsfon. hame. small, well
smoked <; ? ?
Bacon, hams medium to
large, well smoked 2S ? IS
Bacon, sides, well smoked.... 30 ?
Tallows, per lb t ?
Beeswax, per Jb^.................. 81 ? 9
Dried Addici*
Fancy, ne:- )b lj ? i?
Choice, pei ",b t/i ? jJ
RICHMOND (tHAIJi MARKET.
Wliolreale Otiotntlon* on Kxentnn.
tVHK \T? v* ? June 30. 1313.
government control,
CORN?Car Lots:
No., 2 white fib 1 91
No 3 white en 1 Kg
No. 3 mixed ? 1 S6
No. a mixed ? j M
\ a. No. J white fc 1 Ii7
Virsinla. bap lots 1 7!> fh 1 S6
Corn on cob J 69 ft 1 70
OATS?Car Lot*:
No. 2 mixed ? 77
No. 3 mixed ? 75^
No. 2 w ti 11 h ? 7J
No. 3 white ? 78ti
RYE-Cor Lots:
No- ; ry? Nomlntl
? .ryei-"--. Nominal
Virginia, bat: lot* Nominal
^ RICHMOND HAY MARKET.
Wholesale ftuotatlons on Exahungu.
_ , . Richmond. Vb.. Juno 20. 1919.
C*e Lot*:
No. 1 timothy ? fo
Standard timothy .. ? 42 00
No. 2 t mothy .. * ? 42 Oil
3 Unrtothy .... ? 39 00
No. 1 lleht clover. ?'-?d... ? 42 00
No. X clover, mixed ? 41 00
No 2 clover, mixed ? 37 0)
No. 1 clover ? ss 00
No. 2 clover ? 31 00
bample Hay.
Straw-^comuresaed ? 13 00
Straw?loose - crossed, large
bale* ? 13 00
IS KKUSaKSSSSU-ssa
IIT LL F R ti D?f'a f" Loti* Nominal
Shlpstuff. winter ' ? 52 00
grpn-. ?,,ntc*, ? 43 00
ShlDstulT. spring; ? 49 00
Bran. aprlnK ..} ? 40 00
CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET.
CHICAGO. June 20.?Reports thai a Ger
man cabinet would sign the peace treaty
dill H good deal today to lift the corn inir
ket to the highest level yet thl* mihui.
However, ahlnporj and Industrie* then with
drew, and price* closcd weak, at the *ama
a; yesterday's flnlsh to Uc lower, with July
1.81 to 1.31 Vi and Soptomber 1.71 to L71&
. , ? ' ?
Oat;. l<>?t * to Jn provisions there
were rani* \?r\!r.? from 31 to ??'. ??lit'
Ueauine fijimea tai ^v<l it- f'liiMW).
?FutVriri not ousted
CORN? On<*n ri i e 1 I.or. fln?e
?luiv i sj'i j.iji, i so*. i.m
J"-t)t i 7i;. ! i 7S?* l :<
H" . 1 ;?*, l.$2\ 1 o'i'i 1.50'.,
OATS?
Julv T'S ?i?s
Scut 711, m, i,?5t
no. 711* 7:*. ;o*. ;or>
pork
.lulv v ;.i _>'i M.fO
Scot 4*75 49 :/i tS 70 4i.3Q
L/ K D-*
.July r.t .Vi ~i "4 ii : ? 70
s?ot 34 :o ;?? t: :i.oo 05
RI RS?
July ;; v? 27.70 .'7 ??;
Sent. . j7 ?: 2? u :7 9f<
NEW VORK 1.1 VK STOCK .MARKET.
NEW YORK. June 20 ? Reeve*. firm. steer'
n.ZA? 15.50: hull*. ?.cn?,n.*>: cows 400WU20
Calve-. steadv; v.-?!?. !?.?>? :i.?>; cul's.
lJ.Wfil(.W; ?klm mlik and fed calves. 11.Wr
14 00.
Sheep and latn'o*. weak: shee?> (?????. C.CQ
?j9&0; rul'j Hi?. i*mhi 1100*1 IM'S
H.ogi. ;o?tr. at 21. CO & 21.25; rouchf. tS.50.
NEW VORK ". MA UK FT
I NEW TORK. June 20,-Whlle tr-dlnc was
1 Mcht. rottonseed oil ?* ?? rnnsldcra h1 . h'eher
! on demand front shorts inspired hv stens
of in early peace and the strencth in lard
! and cott?n. Th-> balk of ih. liuslte.?s wait
I In the ?av of iwltrblnt. Salt... 1.V0 bar
! r?!? rr!?" frud?. :2.t0. prim* >umm?r v*!
low. spot. so.
j Spot coffee, firm: Rio 7*. 22'-*: Santos 4?.
I r'i.
CHICAGO 1.1 VK STOCK MARKET
CHICAOO. June ?.-Hocj- Receipts. 19.<W:
market uneven, hut mostlv 2c to irnu
hlaher than veaterdav'j ceneral trad". Vir>.
2?j 64. Bulk. I9.75f/ ^0.50: inrdlum welsht.
J?.J0<T 19.60: pirs. 17 WftlS.OO.
Ca'.t'.e?Receipts. 5.000: bt*f steers. xtrona:
calve* and feeders. steady. Reef ste, r* me
dium weight. 12.40*115.00. V?a> calves IK 5071
1*10. Stocker iter?. S.0>?i 12.00.
Hheep?Receipt*. 14.0>y>: mark"! \rrv ctuli:
lambs and yearllnct $1 lower than ????!%*
' yesterday. Heavv sheet) almost unsalable
, Eanib?. 15.25& 17.50.
MISCELLA.VKOl'S MARKKTS.
DRY GOODS
NEW YORK. Jun? 20 ?Cotton rou.J.s todav
urcre Arm. with crav roods active and hich
er Yarn* were Arm mills decllninc con
siderable business for late delivery Wool
! arrivals recently hav? come from tnanv ?lif
fTont countries. Markets on fine wools were
flrrtt Raw silk has reached a rjr:. c
110 15 a pound f-jr the best Japanese trades'.
NAVAL STORE?
SAVANNAH. <}.V. June ^.?Turpentine
dull. 10.".; sales. 100; receipts. 100: shipments.
tC: stock. 5.931.
Rosin. Arm: sale>. 1&0; receipts. 4*j0: shlp
menta. Z'A: stock.
Quote: n. 15.90: D. 15.10: E. la.TS: F. IS 40;
G. 15.45: H. 15.50: I, 1S.S0; K. 16C0: M. 1-5 50:
N. 1?.S0: WO. 16.85: WW. 17.00.
VEW YORK CI'RH .MARICET.
NEW YORK. June l*1 ?Tradinc on ihe
curb market todav was In falrlv active vol
ume. but price chances wers- mixed, and In
terest was scattered tnrourh a wide list of
iatuei. Induatrial* were tile early active aiul
stronr issues, and prlccs lit nearlv all in
? tances moved for advances ranrinr front
a fraction to well over 1 point.
Oil stocks were fairly active, but prlcc
change* were mixed.
Metal stocks were without special fea
ture. Interest betnr: scattered.
Curb list: 70t> Aetna Explosive*. J'ifil>): 2.
fWO Cosden Oil. 11 f? 11*.: Federal Oil.
1.M1 Internailen? I Petroleum, nofl'
S0*i: *ftt Merritt Oil Corp.. ZS'fiWN: C.000 .Met
ropolitan Petroleum. 3 fi r.Vi: f?<X? Victoria Oil.
new stock. l.OW Atlanta? 3'^<5 4: 3.
0O1 RIk Ledce. 9-KiffH: 3.500 Cold Held Cons.
ISfirlS: 5.000 Jumbo Extension. 10^ l?: 5.000
McKlnley Darrach. 416 64; 4^ Tonopah Ex
tension. S 1-lSii 2 13-16.
Weekly Coiton Report.
v NEW YORK. June 20.?While some
what irregular and unsettled during
the early part of the week the cotton
market showed a generally firm under
tone. with all the new crop deliveries
making new high records during to
day's trading. October contracts, for
instance, sold up to 32.45, compared
with 27.53, the low 'level touched on
the reaction early in the month, and
32.50, the best price reached on the
hull .movement toward the end of May,
This advance has been attributed to
the continued bullish character of crop
advices, the relitive steadiness of
Southern spot markets, and increasing
confidence in an early consummation
of peace. The latter feature was very
much in evidence toward the close of
the week and a belief that Germany
would sign the treaty was evidently
considered a very bullish factor in cot
ton. The idea appeared to be that a?
soon as peace is 'definitely declared.;
rapid progress would he mad" in (S
tal>lM?lng credits o:- financing t!i<; more
urgent Kurope.in needs of cotton, arid
th.it there would he another rush of
export demand in the country's spot
markets. deports were current here
yesterday thai foreign buyers were he
. .sieging cotton factors and hankers i'i
some of the Southern markets for
, credits, suggesting the existence of a
dentanJ. and it was supposed that
tinanciai interests would he more will
ine to extend accommodations with the|
peace negotiations out of thj way. |
There were also reports that plans j
had been formulated to provide an im
mediate working fund of SSS.OuO.OOO j
for one of the new corporation- that is
to facilitate export business, and tl>^
I ml reusing supply of ocean tonnage
has been reflected in the larger ex- i
ports during the past few days. South-,
[ em crop advices have complained of
further showers in the Southwest. an<1
claim that considerable, acreage may)
he abandoned because of the wet |
weather during May and eariv June.'
. The weekly report of the Weather Ru-j
reau seemed to encourage the talk of
a low government condition report on
July 1, and some buying 'was reported
in expectation of bullish private re
ports next week. A local authority
estimates the acreage planted at 3S.
04T..03 5 ncrcE, compared with 41,107.
429. making a reduction of 7.45 per
cent.
Brndatrcet'n Trade fl?v|rn.
t NEW YORK. June -0.?Bradstreet's
say.-; Activity in demand, strength of
prices and optimism as to the out
look stands out more clearly than at
any previous date since the armistice.
As to the tlrst, it might be said that
the list of things sought is a virtual
roll call of the country's products,
with articles of wearing apparel and
luxuries most wanted, and the chief
concern expressed being as to deliv
eries of good*, with prices to be paid
,a secondary matter. Even the preat
industrial lines that have hitherto
lagged?iron, steel and to a lesser ex
? tent, coal?show buying increasing and
output enlarging, with the view fre
quently expressed that the entry into
the market of the railroads is the only
thing lacking to put these great indus
tries on a permanently hijher basis.;
Bank clearings. $S.<?57.r.6S.0OO.
Real Estate and Court News
CHANCERY BARGAIN" AND ?AL.E.
i H?nry S. Walleraieln and Clara E. (wife) j
; io Irving S. Greentroe, No. 510 Kast Grace !
Street. '.'7 feet S inch's by 1!?3 feet (Irreg
ular! north lino Grace Street, 132 foot '
?il-2 inches east of Third Street; lien, $15.
1 MX). May JT. 1919; tax $21. $10
i I*. K, Kubank and Anna E. (wife) to M.
If. Omnhumlro, No. 703 North Fourth
Str.-et. 13x67 feet east line Fourth Street,
I foet north of Jackson Street; lien. IC00.
June 1*. tax $1. $10.
Hsrnard Cocke Naah snd J. Pope Nash :
thusband) to Henry Froehllng. ;*.\7li
. feet t? Inrhe* (Irregular) south side West!
i Avenue. i&R feet ??i of nirch Street; lien, i
$5,000. June 1. 1919: $10,000.
Robert N Pollard, special commissioner. ,
' to Jami-s G. Gwatkln vc. Charles V. Gwat
; kin. t? llenry G. Ellett. No. 400 North At- !
? ten Avenue. StxU'3 feet I Inch, at north
i west corner of Allen and Park Avenues :
'June l;\ 1919; SlS.r.OO.
Georc- \V. fay. Jr.. to Joseph D. Richard- i
son, N<>. ?W9 North Thirty-Aral Street, |
! .*9Xl?l> feet 3 Inches eaxt line Thlrty-flrsi I
i Street. 1! feet 3 tnehe.s north of I.elifh I
I Street June 14. 1919: f'.'.KUO.
Mar; f.. Walford et als. to Charles P. 1
Walford. Jr.. lot IS. block V. plat of T.
: Crawford Redd & Hro.. 100x233,.". feet west I
, line Charnberlayne Avenue. 40S feet north '
I of Maplewood Avenue. June 16, lOJft: I
Sir. grey Construction Company. Inc . to J. j
j A. Berkley, 3r.\97 feet north line Ketnper
Street. 204 feet 9 inches east of Carter I
i Street; lien. $1,770. Maj 24. I91!?; tax $4, $10.1
William Newsome to Charles H. ltrmicr '
, ami Barbara (wife), lots 1 :-nd 2. block I
39, Highland Park. 70x140 feet, at northeast
ecrner ? ?( First Avenue and Highland Street. I
June 1H. !!?!!>; tax $4. $10.
S. F Padirett and Fannte T.ee (wife) to
' Grace Swasey Morcan. No. 1KI1 Park Ave- i
nue, feet S 1-2 Inches by !?:> feet (lireir- i
ular) south line Park Avenue. 146 feel I
"I am
certainly glad that matter is off
my mind."
They were the words of a gentleman when
he signed his will, naming the Virginia Trust
Co. coexecutor and trustee.
It brings a feeling of relief to know that,
no matter when you die, your property will
go to those you want to have it, and will be
safely managed for your loved ones.
Virginia trust Go.
THE siFE EXECUTOR,
. v - Richmond, Va.
Established 1892.
wir It.wC" e*!,t of V,n" -I'lnt I... ,
t?J i!'" \Y <?'*rlV:'Cl|?it*"*' V,rclnl? K- <?ifv.
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II" f-e t north ..f tv i. "" *o.ni,d A \ ?? 11 ur. ,
in um, nt Mr"'-1 3- '"W; I
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i'?r;itlon 3r* fft 4 im iiV |K K ll-.tlly for
'lrreKulari w.m line Fift'i, *'M
''"I'll of Marshall Street- !i 77
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fwIfoiDf N'kn*'r"niori*i w*?rtle.v Allen
; Hi. t? r; nn,Vt ,rr;!. Cin'':P1Py VirginiaVI
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sk..:l: 31 v,f u
T- M. l our^u^an ilft,,^ *nd
Highlit:).| Park VililHinn * . ?'? l>'"( K :4
line virbMnl? AvenVi fo'"
b'rort , 'J,; ,0* 'fi north of UuniH
line Orunl.y Street t-S'I- r fR>ir wenf
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Street; IN, ^^7,. ft,?." ^
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and I'nrk A^nur, Vum r0^ "f All,',",
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to u \V fi^v I" ni?l" he R
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nJ?PiKTh,r,v'nrst ?<?'ro?r' ,frrl ,3 ?nchcii com
| ?^?h of I .?h Street Jun. m.
Ilar?lu|r|,? nn!|'l|'|",l,i "'T,' '" fharle* \\*
lOOvrWA fr..,1 "lin-V i.V', "rrt>- ?ruM..V
nu.. k.i f,,r north of Jr, ?7,b"r??yn- Av.>:
June its. i;.t!,; t:o,^ nf Mafilewood Avenue
r.avi* iir?, , . r, ,,,
Fur.?t..n> tru?tt-?J. iVn |Sn i^m "nd r> H.
? fl?l 1 Inrh l.vSi f?t a^ not,^'1 Av'nUl.,
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" I'unntoi.. truHt;'..M?x' an,J ?
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lii./1"!''1 Avenue. St fee\ 3 in.?h<lKr) nor,h
i v i>rru*, r>'?><? s? i9i!? w,,,t of
I l*rd 'i- riagbv inr'1 f'"lp ' wife> to pn"
Avenue. f?^vvV.r?^ 0'" P*' Non'h
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nu? i!"MLen: ?ru.-teeS. .%?<; ^<1< i.!n ^',d ?
{\V - -- feet I Inrh bv ? 'J" Floyd Ave.
\ l. n ,A V0,IUH. : IS feet i ,'f" north Unt
, J A iTJn". ,Un'" ,fl- ii?l?" 14 -"0NVC!,t "f
n?r,h ' V - "ifer" trC?te i
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i- y -C,rte,. trustee 1
Richmond" Tn^i'\-0^|at?r,",T'- tnr , to j
< Inchea by 173 feet 0 i-y*. 170 feet
y'r,srs&,^"' a?;,
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Protection In the I.IBEllTY SICTUAI. #a- !
iiure* you prompt and dependable service?
unoueitloneil financial strength, plus lnxr
cost. LIBKRTV ML'TCAJ. automobile Dolt
cles have always paid a 10% DIVIDENl).
Phone or write now for rates on your car.
liberty mutual
INSURANCE COMPANY
602 Mutual Bide-. Mud. 2152.
Richmond. Va.
Wool?Hides
And all other Kootls lit our line brlnt?
more monoy when shipped to us. No
commission or tlrayuge.
Prleca Quoted on Appllcntlnn.
OKU DOMIMO.V H 11)10 AM) Pill CO.,
Klt'limontli Va.
Pnmenaor nncl Frc>?ht Scrvlcf*
XKW VOHK to LIVERPOOL
Royul Ocorgo ' .Tunc 21 j
Vcstrls lunf 25 j
Ordtinit July ii j
C'aronin July 5
Cat-mania . . . Inly 1 2 <
Royal George July-d
Orduna Aug. 2
Carol)la Aug. !):
Carman ia Aug. 1G
Royal George Aug. ftO .
NEW YORK to SOUTHAMPTON
Aquitania June 80
Mauretanla luly 11
Aquitania July 28
Mauretania Aug. 8
Aquitania \ug. 23 i
Mauretania Sept. 5
BOSTON to GLASGOW
Masfciliu July 12
NEW YORK to PLYMOITJI, HAVRE:
and LONDON
Saxonia July 17 1
517 I-1th St., X. W., W nshlnjtton, I>. C., j
or l.ocal Agtnln.
THE RICHMOND
TRANSFER CO. !
General European Steamship Agents,
830 Bast Malu Street.
Phone Kaudolpb 155.
this dn\: Vannosfrand & <"o. vs. Vir
ginia Zinc and Cheniical Company,
ar^ucc! by R. >.!. Pennington for ,ip
pelle and submitted; I'over vs. Wlde
ner. argued by X. P. Oglesby and
Martin P. Burks for the appellant. and
I,. P. Summer* for apoMlce and sub
mitted; Johnson vs. Johnson, argued
1?v W. \V. IV. rd for appellant. and It.
V. Wilson for appellee, and court took
a rccess until 3 o'clock for continua
tion of the argument.
Next ciVes to be called: Davis \.?.
Alderson; Davi-s et a Is. vs. liostic et
ills.: Bliazard vs. Salyer; l>uty vs.
'Appalachian Power Company; Wood vs.
I.etsiet*.
WILL CONTINUE LIQUOR TAX
STAMP SALES AFTER JULY 1
lte\ciiur Chief Snj* lltikiuc; or Selllnc
of Prohibited llrvertitrrn \ot
Tlirrrliy Authorized.
Illv Associated Pr?*f?s 1
WASHINGTON". June I'D. ? Although
foreseeing no reason to doubt that
war-time prohibition will become effec
tive July ,1. the Internal Revenue Bu
reau. in accordance with an opinion of
the Attorney-General, will continue the
sale of tax stamps for intoxicating
beverag'-s after that date. Commis
sioner Roper said, however, the sale
would be with the distinct, understand
ing that the manufacture or sale of
prohibited beverages was in no way
authorized.
< 'oinmissioner Roper explained that
the bureau necessarily would continue
to enforce the tax laws as related to
alcoholic beverages until they were re
pealed by Consrress. No provision for
repeal is contained In the legislation
now before Congress for enforcing
war-time and constitutional prohibi
t ion.
MOBILIZE FLEET IN JULY
i*hl|i? for Pacific Service Will Sail for
West Coa?t tin I'nnainn In
A iiKUMt.
I M\ Avsacial'il I'rrs* 1
WASHINGTON. June 20.?Vessels of
the present Atlantic Fleet which are
to be assigned to the new Pacific Fleet
will mobilize at an Atlantic port late
In July, and probably will leave for
the west coast via the Panama Canal
early in August. In tuakfnc this an
nouncement today, the Navy Depart
ment salil Secretary Daniels probably
will be a passenger on one of the
battleships.
One of ihe ships of the new Pacific
United States Treas
ury Certificates,
Series V-G, maturing July 29.
131?. called for redemption July
1 All Cnlted States Treasury
Certificates of Indebtedness. Se
ries V-G. dated February 27.
101?. maturing July 29. 1019. are
hereby called for redemption on
July 1. 1919. at par and accrued
interest- Interest on all certifi
cates of said series will cease to
accrue July 1. Certificates ex
changeable on or before July 1 at
Federal Reserve Hanks at par for
Treasury Certificates. Series T-<,
dated June 3. maturing Septem
ber 15, with adjustment of in
terest.
(Signed) CARTER GLASS.
Secretary of Treasury.
Barnes Safe & Vanlt Co.
1210 Bast Mnln Strtat.
Itobt. H. Darneii Prop, nnd Mgr.
MONTAGUE MFG. CO.,
7>nth and Mnln Streets,
Richmond, Va.
LlHIIlKn?ROUGH A\D DHKSSKD,
7,u SAVINGS BANK
* RICHMOND
1117 EAST MAIN STRLf T
?iAMt AS NATIONAL BANr
r
Are You
Going To
Travel?
If so, then secure
Travelers' Cheques from
us in any amount. Good
everywhere, and safer
than money about your
person. *
Every kind of bank
ing service.
Loans made on Reai
Estate.
Assets, two and a half
million dollars.
Thirty years' faithful
service.
1 Klprt will ht< the supt?idroiiiltinui(ht
Idaho. t lie ii?t\vovl battleship of tho
navy. She will take I'residciu-Elec
f'essoa homo to Hruxtl ami will than
prucetd directly to the coast.
university'adopts boy;
Kd\tnrd Klildfr (irnhnm, Jr., W lib H?<
K illicit toil nt t Impel ?
, Hill, \. < .
riiAPKl. HILL. N. t;.. ju!W)
Edward Kidder Graham. Jr.. popularly
known in Ihe university comtnunft'v -(j
I "Sonny" Graham, was unanlnrtgaly
adopted i?y 'ho board of trustees of the
t'n.varsity of North Carolina in ses
sion here Tuesday night. Youn* c,r<i
ham. who Is only eight years old. has
won the hearts of a host of admirers
among the students and citizens of *hw
couimutiltv. The trustees unanimously
adopted the resolution providing' for
arrangements tor younu Grahams
'education and care until lie is twenty
one years of ase.
Wonld ChnnKr l.fvy Plnns. "
WASHINGTON*. June 20.?Efforts to
get early enactments of legislation
i changing the system of levying i'anama
Canal tolls was renewed today in com
munications sent to Congress by Secre
tary Baker. Governor Harding, of tho
'Canal Zone, and Captain Sargent, ma
rine superintendent at ihe canal.
"This Issue is mud" under Licence of Mi*
Realm Regulation 11F. dated tho 2Sfh
Ma)??ty'? Treasury under iJ?f.-nce of the
April. 191?. I>ut It inu.it he distinctly under
stood thai in granting such I. icence thi
Treasury ilo?? not thereby take any respon
sibility for (he llrm nc'a' soundness nf th"
proposal or for th? correctness of anv of
the statements made or opinions expressed
with regard to it."
BRITISH-AMERICAN "
TOBACCO COMPANY, LIMITED
V'utIce to IlolderM of Sbnre \\ nrrnnts
to Hearer for Ordinary Shores.
NOTICE IS HERBBY GIVEN' that bv
Resolution of the Company parsed "it the
nineteenth .lay of May. 1919. it wus r<
i solved as follows:
RESOLUTION.
That of the rest or the unissued Ordinary
Shares. 2.131.77.1 shares shall be offered to
| the members on the register of Ordinary
Shareholders on the Fifth day of June. 1915.
and the holders of Khan- Warrants to
Bearrr for Ordinary Shares on the ?am?
I date in the proportion of one share for
, every three existing Ordinary Shares (ignor
ing shares which are not complete rnultl
' pie i of three an.I not allowing Registered
Shares and Share Warrants to Hearer to
| be added together for the purpose of appil
? ration or allotment) held by them at>. the
Price of CI per share payable to one oI
I the Rankers of the Company in London
on the acceptance of the offer namely on
the Fifteenth day of August. 1919. nnd that
such ofTer be mad?, a* to Registered Share
holders by notice specifying the numbers
of shares to which the member is entitled
nnd statinc that If It is not accepted and
payment made on or before the above
mentioned date It will deemed to baJ de
] (.lined, and as lo holders of Share Warrants
to Rearer for Ordinary Shares by such ad
vertisement as the Directors shall deem
l advisable. Such advertisement shail'-'stato
that holders of Share Warrants to Btarer
, for Ordinary Shares must in the first In
stance and on or before the Fifteenth' dav
of A iig uhI . 1910. deposit with one of th?
Rankers in London an appropriate couo?n
(to be indicated by the Directors) as evl
, deuce of ownership. Provided always that
the dates In all or anv of the bffore.
I mentioned cases may be extended to a
later date in the absolute discretion of tho
i Director* Upon such deposits being mad*
I the I'ompany shall bo deemed to mako
{ to the depositor an offer of the number
of shares to which he Is entitled aitiv'tho
, advertisement aha II require the depositor
In every ease to forthwith sign a form of
application for such shares which \v\U' he
supplied for the purpose and (o p4y the
sum of ?1 in respect of each share-' -ap
plied for. If in any case h shareholder
shall not signify his acceptance by .pay
ment of the said sum within the''Tlm?
? specified or such extended time as may be
| fixed by the Directors at aforesaid;* tho
offer will be deemed to be declined and
I the Directors may dispose of all shares' not
1 applied and paid for within the prescribed
time in response to such offers in such
| manner as they may consider expedient
in the interests of the Company. Th* "aalil
j Shares shall rank for dividend as ? from
j the Fifteenth day of August. 1919. orn?ueh
later day as payment with the consent
of ihe Directors may be made therefor.
To enable the holders of Share Warrants
| to Rearer for Ordinary Shares to > aub
i scribe for the new shares to whlchf,thoy
I are entitled, they ntuat deposit on or be
' fore Ihe Fifteenth day of August. 1919. Cou
: pon No. 73 attached to each Warrant- held
I by them at one of the undermentioned
Banks, namely:? tn
' NATIONAL PROVINCIAL * UNION P'ANK
OF ENGLAND. 1.1MI TED. Savoy C'Surt. i
96 A- 97, Strand. London. W. C. 2... > ?
; LLOYDS RANK. LIMITED. Westnifpster
House. 7. Millbank, S. W. 1.. or 72. jUom
baril Street. London. E. C. .1. '??
| The LONDON JOINT CITY <*? MIDLAND
RANK. LIMITED. Wosleyan Hall. West
minster. s. \v. i. ; j
GUARANTY TRUST COMPANY OF NEW
YORK, 32. Lombard Street. London; E.
C 3.
The COLONIAL RANK. 29. Oracec^urch
Street. I.ondon. E. C. 3. ,v_
Upon such dennalt being made the Com
pany shall be deomed to make to tha de
positor an offer of one Ordinary 8h.o~? In
respert of every three Ordinary Snares
. held by the depositor, but not. for nutuhers
I less than three, and the depositor must
; forthwith sign an acceptance form 'land
j pay tho sum of ?1 for each share accented.
! Forms of appliratior can he obtained
| from tho Company's Onlce at Westminster
: House. 7. Millbank. S. W. 1, or the Com
| nanv's office al oil. .Fifth A\enue. New
York.
Coupons and appiicai Ions must not he
transmitted to the Company's Balikers
through the post, but must be lodged per
sonally or through a Ranker. lf'any
Coupon accompanied by an acceptantfe bo
not so deposited on or before tho fifteenth
day of August next or such later dafo as
the Hoard inav In any case allow, the offer
shall be deemed to be declined and' tho ^
right in reapoct of such Share Warrants
lo participate in the offer shall cease and
determine, and the holder thereof shall have,
no claim in respect of this orfer against
the Company or any Directors thereof
The new Shares when allotted will In
due course be registered nnd may be ex
changed later on If desired for Share War
rants to Rearer upon pu>menl of tho usual
fee nnd stamp duly. , 9
The new Shares will rank pari passu as
from the date of payment therefor vith
llie existing Ordinary Shares.
Registered Shares and Share Warrants
to Rearer cannot he added together for
application or allotment purposes.
BRITISH-AMERICAN
TOBACCO COMPANY' LIMITJ5D,
A. M. RICHARDS. Secretary.
Dated 14th June. 1919.
Westminster House. 7. Millbank. Teuton.
S W l. ?Adv.
Putting Your
Prospects in Pawn
If you wastefully?are spending all of today's money,
you are borrowing from the more successful man or
woman you otherwise might become.
Part of each day's earnings should find its way to
your savings account with the Richmond Trust
Company.
Kail to work for your own success now and success
/ will fail you later.
/ , ??
RICHMOND J RUST QO
SEVENTH AND MAIN.

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