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IS PER CENT NEW RATE
FOR MEL MONEY LOINS
Chief Source of Market's Strength
Lies in Copper Sliurcs for Wliieh
Demand Is Strong.
1'IUCKS CO.NTINl/K ADVANCKS
International Mercantile Marine Also
Bright Spot in General Ijist, Specu
lation Being Heaviest in Common
Sliurcs.
HV IIIIOADA N WAI.li.
NEW YORK, June L'.'?.?Willi < all
money lending as high as 1 r, per c>-iu
anil some loans made. but imported un
olllclally ;?t !?'. |?cr wni, tn<_? Mock mar
ket closed with most ins lies showing
gains today.
The high money sales art intimidat
ing ihc clients of soine ?>f the larK'*
?'ontmIssion houses and accounts ai<
being lit|uida!cd, hul speculators and
investors in general are not becoming
alarmed. and this accoiinieil for the
strength of llio general list in the f.icc
of the high rates demanded b> the
ban kern for the loan of funds scoured
with stock market collateral.
The diief noun*'* of strength lies in
the copper shares, which were in de
mand throughout the session at ad
vances in quoted market prices, rang
ing from on*; to nearly five points. The
improvement in these issues was attii
buted to reports of betterment in the
demand for copper metal and the ex
pectation that the price would continue
to advance. The copper shares have
been dormant for man;, weeks, owing
10 the absence of a good inquiry for the
mc ml.
lirmunil for Murine Isnue.
International mercantile marine was
also a bright spot in the general list,
speculation being heaviest In ihecom
mon shares, which rose nearly 0 points
and closed within a fraction o.' the best
figure tnade during the day. Dealings
in the preferred stock were relatively
unimportant.
tlovernors of the Stock Kxchatigo
Noted yesterday to clone that institu
tion on the Saturday following the
Fourth of July.
Baltimore and Ohio common stock
continued under pressure owing to new
financing, which amounts to nor. ?>.>o
of ten-year per cent bonds, which
have been purchased by a strong local
banking nyndicaU
The sharp lise in the call money rate
was attributed by hankers to the fact
that the government had informed th?
Federal icurve hanks that It would
withdraw tomorrow 10 per cent <?! tins
funds it has on deposit, and that simi
lar withdrawals would be made from
interior Institutions on Tuesdav and
Thursday. This announcement follow
ed heavy withdrawals on the interior
banks on Tuesday. The interior banks
In turn withdrew from the New y..rk
Federal Reserve District banks, and
this contributed to the dm in on th-;
money market.
NEW YORK BOND MARKET
< By National <'it> ?;<. Richmond Offl"?* >
Am T?1 and T* ' r om ?"? i
Am Tel and T?' dtb 6s j ..
American 'I nrnd j..
Anaconda f.ipj.^i r. r,
Atlantic I.in- J: ? I
itritoh 51,,- d:t.' ;;
Canadian I'm. !!t !? ... ... p>:<,
Ontral Argentine ?
.tiio ? diiu < 'jjiv. Sf
Chl'ixo lir. >1 W. -oiii 4 t;
t'hleago N.irth w? ? ? : n ;.? ....... '"'i
i'l?velaiii K>rtr 1 lumlnatlng
?'hi Mil and Si. I'mui 4'^- ...... 7?
Cuban Government M'i
Fedttal Farm l.oan 4*^- P ;Vj
Keder.il Fat.-u 1/ .hi i?... ... ! ,
III Out lt.ii *mv tins' .>'??.? ... .iI:,
Intirborough Rapid Tra;.-;t Z* "
Inl Mercantile .Murine
I..high Vull-v f.t l'l.'
I.Iku'I' mii<1 Myers .*?> 'jf.
I.or Iliard -J b
Pf nnsyl vmii'.m Hall* ;> v k?-ii. 5s '.? '<ii
Seaboard Air l.lne mlj :?? ;1\
Seab'iard A r l.lne rtI 4- TT
?S'al.'.urd A!r I.inc nini. ?'s t*
Southern IIHI T<>phon>- et 5S!j
.Southern I'.i' lfi- < on\ .
?Southern IUtiw.iv gen !?
t'r.lon I'aettie ? . 101't
t 'rilte.l States Rubber 7s . 104
United States St' .1 f i-.
\ ? -Car. ?'lieiiil'? : - :'?'i
Virginian Railway Ss.. '.'1
t'NITK.H KTATES tillV Klt.S'.MKN'T nONOS.
U. S. R?cmtered Is. \'Ot ( bid i 51.15
IV Iter I ?t.-r<- I 4. li".'. I bid > IWH
l.'iilt?d Sintfj l.lbirly i'^? &.? ai
t.'nlled Sl*i' ? l.!(x rt> l?t
fulled Si.,te- l.ll>?rly ;.| t TM 10
U'nif'd St.it.-- t.ltivrty 1-t 4'?> . .
I'nlteil St.itec l.lberty U'tnl 4!??
Cnlteil StMl. I.H'ert> Jit l'? ? . i>.". i<'i
I'nlteil Strf' - I.it? m tth 4'? M f)
Vlelory Notes S9 V>
SHOUT TKHM NOTES.
Am. Fore Ik n S?-e. - Avis 1. 1915 v,'\
, Am. Tobacco T^. Njv 1. 151S l'?\
[ Am. Tobacco 7?. N"V 1. 1923.. 1 i4'i
\ Anglo. Krerich cut. If.. l&;e M? ^
f Armour ^nd ?'<> . Jun'* !.r. IK! .... ; *
itethi<*h?'m Sti-i .'ul> !'?. 1^^" l-e?
Hrlllsh -'-j* No\ 1. 1>I3. .. S3l:-!S
I Mrlilrh No* 1. 15-1 5^',
| (?, it and Q. Joint 4s. July J. lsri..
i Cudahy Parking 4"o. Ts. July 15. 1JJ3 1"^^,
I t>omlr.lo:i of Canitda '-. Auk. 1 .!'Jl5
? Klee. Auto-Ulte ?:.< Aug. 1 litS 10)
llnrklnc Vul lt>. t'ol. Tr. Mar 1. l'C.1
Jacob I>old Pai klns (' . 7s. Nov 15, 133) l'oi^
Jacob Do!d l'a? kins Co 7.-. Nov. IS. 152.1. l02*-i
l.lceett and Myers Of. Dec. 1. 15.il lVl^
Moltno Plow Co 7#. Sent 1 1!*21 Iiil1^
Mellne Plow Co 7s. Sent. 1. 1X'3 . 102
Mr.nonKaheU Vallev Traction Co. 7s
iul> 1.
Procter & Gamble 7?. Mar. 1. 1?21 102^i
Prorier O.ueblo ?*. Mar. 1 ft" P'4
Southern Railway 0.?. Mar. 1. 1SJ. ?5>.*
Swift Rnd Co., <".s. Auk 15. 15.1 . .. .
\Vr*:lnKhoij?? Klectrlc and Manufautur
Inc 6a. Keb. 1. 13^) lOOVi
COTTON MAUKKTS.
NEW YORK, June 25. ? Htilll'h crop and
wrather report* brnught about a reversal
of form in the cotton market today, and
final prl< were ?<1! atiov. vesterday'ii
cloye. a'thouKh movement* throughout the
?:e?itlon were erratic. New hiKh records for
the life of the new style contracts
established as far a* deliveries thU side
of January were concerned A f.^atur.' of
the tradiiiR was a Jump in July, that posi
tion seiliiiK at 33. or 5 points ,?bu\o the
best le\-el previously touched
A reallxInK movement carried price? 2<> to
"5 points downward in the la.t hour, but
the reaction was cheeked by new buy in;:
for speculative and trad" account, and the
market was Anally steady at a not advance
of 40?:".5 points.
Spot at New Orleans wa? steady, with
middling ^e lower at 32'i: the sales wer?
J.1S2 bales. Stmt here was steady at an
advance df 45 ponlts at r.3 55; there -vere
no sales. Port receipts for the day totaled
22.406 bates, while exports aggregated CS1
bales.
Cotton futures table:
Ooen. lllith. low. Close
July 3.m:. nift'i ;:.mo
August 3J.P0 SJ.'Kl .'12.00 3" Oi
September X! VI 33.10 32.5*5
October 32 ? 32.!?:! X'03 :? ? 74
November 3232.25 32.25 ::2 70
December 32.15 32.S7 32.15 32.70
lanuary 32.00 32.70 31 55 32.55
February ? 3.45
?March 31 <5 32.50 si 75 32 35
i May 31.75 32.45 3175 32.30
NEW YORK. June 25.?Port movement?
Middling. 33.95; atoek, 103.304.
Minor ports'?Stock, S-?. 17.4.
Total today?Receipts, 22.106; exports, t'.si;
stock. 1.370.722.
Total for week? Receipts. 103,652: exports.
a.f.;.:.
Total for season?Receipts. 6), 652,210: ex
sorts, l,f.76,Sll.
NEW ORLEANS. June 15?Unfavorable
rop reports were the deciding Influence in
?otton today, and they put the market
Jigher after a weak opening. The new
rop months attracted much attention be
cause they went to premiums over spots.
)clober closing at 32.42 against the closing
?rice on middling spots of :t?.C5. While fu
ures closed nt a net advance of 15 to iu
?oints. spots were reduced by 25 points
Around the opening considerable selling
iressure developed on poor cables. The
ailure of the negotiations to end (lie Jlan
hester strike and uncertainty roitarding
uiy notices, this lieiiiK first notice day fur
hat month. Prices were depressed 25 to
9 points before the trading went very far.
it that level new buying came in. being
ncouraged by the wei weather mini, the
0.reenat of more rain to come and finally,
y the unfavorable features In the weekly
rop reports from the government. Notice's
of to exceed 1.000 bales were Issued, but
hey were quclklv slopped, which added to
ha steadinesF. The market gradually ad
aneeil until In the afternoon It stood 43
D 63 points above yesterday's close.
Rrt'IT.MONf> PIH)J)t'('K MARlii:T.
Wholesale Ouotatlnns.
By Woodson-Craig Co.. Inc.. Richmond. Va.\
1. 8. Food Administration t.lcense N'o o 0274/)
Richmond. Va., June 25, 1919.
Rutter.
'ountrv, dairy, lb 45 <W 46
ountry. choice, lb 44 <55) 45
'?aro packed. Ih...^. 43 ff?>
Erars.
*resh. nesrhv, doz 4t (ft 45
>ther sections, rer doxen 44 (H 45
l.lve Poultry.
>lckens. snrlng. 1 to l?s lbs.. 47 it M
'hicktns. spring, large 63 0 55
Official Range and Sale of Stocks in New York
Sales.
SCO Advance* I turn ley
?500 Advance- Kumloy. pfd. ..
1600 Allia-t"haliners
A Ills-Chalmera, pfd
Ali.sKa 'Sold . ..
jlsoit A mer. lieet Susar. coin.'.*
?100 American Can
American Can. pfd......
3300 Aim-i. Car and Foundry.
4./00 American Cotton oil
?70?> Amor Hide and Lea., can
ItOO Air.er. Hide and l.ca. p'd
0200 American Linseed Oil ...
290'l American Locomotive ...
1 4 Km Aintr. (lit. Corp !
1 S20u American Smelting . . ! . !
l'|'? American Orug .Syndicate
200 American Sugar
inOO Amer. Tel. anti Tel. Co. .
Amor. Tobacco. com ....
Ainer. Tobacco, pfd....
i ()on Am. Writing Patier. |>f<i.
J 00o Ann rican Wool, com...
Anaconda Oomier
3100 Atchison
Atlantic Coast Line . .. !
17500 Maltlfiiore and Ohio ....
10200 Hetlileiiem Steel, I?
!?oo Methlehem Steel, Ji**r.!. !
25400 Haldvvin Locomotive ..
?:no Caddo Oil
200 Canadian I'acIHe !!
1700 California Petroleum ..
:i!?00 i ?cntral 1.eat her. com...
lloo <jhrsupeakc and Ohio .
' 'hicauo tireat Western
?'In., iireat. West, pfd
1 ????'? <"hi.. Mil. and St. I'aul..
' 00 Chicago It.. I and I' , com
'-iii . i;.. i. and f . 6'; pfd
200 i'hi., it., i. and I'., 7% pfd
56O0 Crucible Steel Cor., com
t.ioo Colorado Fuel and Iron
?'uba i'hiii' Sugar ....v.
3S700 Corn J 'rod uc 11, com. . !
loo Dome Mints
300 Krie !!!!!!
Krie, 1st pfd !!.'!!
1**500 Ceneral Motors !'
30i?0 'Soodrieh, com
ll"o i; rcn t Northern, pfd!!!!
1700 fireat North. Ore Ctfs..
*<oo Illinois Centra!
?11300 Inter. Nickel ...!!!!!.!
'.'lino Inspiration Copper .. .
0S500 In: .Mer. Mar. corn.
4?;0o Int. Mer. Mar. pfd ..!!!
?J.tOO Int. I'a per, com
IJHANCli & CO. Hankers and Jlrokers.
Stock, tilth. Low. Closing. Salcj.
Hid. Asud
Stock. High. Low.
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104
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1???i 1014
310
101
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1 624 1624
34 35 4
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178
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117 4
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651
77 4
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232
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100 int. Paper, pfd.. stamped
1100 Kennecott Corp
Kansas City So., com.
600 Lackawanna steel
i.iKKett and Myers, com
Lortllard Tobacco, com
Louisville and Nashville
7oo Maxwell, com
500 Maxwell. 1st pfd ......
200 Maxwell, 2nd pfd.
!'400 Mexican Petroleum ....
'?00 Miami Copper
1400 Mid vale Steel
Mo., Kan. and Texas. . ..
33oi? Missouri Pacllic
2'i(i National Lead. com. ...
1600 Nevada Con. Copper ..
New Haven
100 N. V. Air Hrake
1000 New York Central ....
470ii ? 11,1a. p. and i:
500 Not folk and Western ..
1400 Northern Pacific
^ 220f> Pennsylvania
25300 Pic-rue Arrow
loo l'rtssed Steel Car..
1000 I Jy. Steel Spring.
3000 UcadliiK . . ......
2 too Itcpublic. I and S
17200 I toy aDutch \ Y
Seaboard Air Line.
1100 St. Louis-San Fran. ...
20900 Sinclair Oil
1700 S'oss-SheffIcld. com. . .
13500 Southern Pacific
300 Southern Hallway
200 Southern Hailvvav. pfd..
42000 Studebaker. com!
?1>00 Tobacco Products, com
1000 Tobacco Products, pfd..
1300 Texas Compnnv .
14600 Texas Pacific ."
300 Union Pacific ! .
C. S Cast Iron Pipe, pfd
1 1S00 I s Hubb^r, com
104000 I*niled States Steel. . .,m
500 Cniteri States Steel, pfd.
3500 United cigar Stores, con
< i 00 I tah t'opper
<?300 Vn.-Car. Chemical, ctitn.
7?n a ' ? ' 'hem lea I, pfd
400 \\ abash, corn
300 \\ abash, pfd. A ...!!!! !
500 '.Vils-r>n and Co
1200 Westinghouse '.
Western I' n i o n . .
2v'f< Willys-Overland. < om" .
1"< v\ ortlilngton Pump, com
l f;i les for day. 1*.
lotal sales for week t
mi
?om
7 6
304
Mi
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46
60
s ?
30 7
SS4
NS 4
61
23 4
6S
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10
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764
374 ,
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464
764
37 4
32 8
774
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324
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37^ 37;
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23
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. ?3 4
107 4 107 4
238
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13 4 ii 1 34 i
1 2.S
107 4
1164 1163
If
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f34
1 Mil 114ii
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354
56 J
3 4 i
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564
35 4
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4 6
571
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1064
1 15
265
602
133
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Closing
Bid. Askd
7 ?? 7??
3:14 3U 8
SI 4 S-S
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IIS I 20
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75 76
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328
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67 i 6S
102 101
lor.i 107
115 1 1 6
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111
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314
35
561
'5 4
300 shr.res
day.<>, 3.506.300-shares.
I liens. int. per ih v, ?
wiutnr fat r-r lb..'.'." 3>i <? Ti
Stag* H1.-1 rooster*. each.. -- 7, , J?
? J-'"ipra"r,rfil- :a?h 7<; 3 ??
. Turkeys. f\t per *S?h 1 % ?
, vf?3, <holr(.. ' ' ; ;;
Sh??t>. per lb 'J v. ii
Per |(, 2 J. j;
Hun,. ,?r ib....:::' ; i 2 ?
bteers. tholca to Door..:'.;;::;'. II ft j4
':holce. t>?r Ih
r?r Ib ; ]r 2
r:u*. tcr Ib ....:; ? 2 {i
v. . . . . %v?oi; 14
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ir<*? wool * _
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M'dlUm li u' r > mm;,-h-d 4-, V,
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nrv. ,, . . Hides. W ??
r . V nipt. t ,.r U)
n-rm^i , r 1L - ??
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Or con salt, i?t Jb.
Apples.
At \ ?lue
.*? fr
Si ?/
f'hofce per V.m Jn "'"2"
*ce- "er ?'??????, . ?> * a :o oo
Onion*.
y* s;z- a:: .v*rrrl r ? *
N.v. v . , Potato
V. . \ fan'* v. Per tiV?: f, IS) 7 <V,
New. .NO J. t.tr bbl r, r/? jy i ZJ
uil'a ? MF "l" ' f-? ? I 80
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p 'CrV;,r,:;rhh'r,'i''r ' : 1 *? ??
* . crt?rii ,?r h>inp?r...^.. 1 ?.-> fr 1 M
r\, * Berries.
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f t - ! ? . , l""r rra"! 6 ?) ft g?ft
l'?rrlts uuart li /r,
tMnt ^ ^ -*?
< lir . r??:>. uuart J? -I ^
. fotinlrv I'rodtirc.
"2Seiitara:;.."ul1' we? ? ? ?
Ratlin. h * m i m^iiiufn*** to
? Hrc?. "w^ll n
"i'1*",.vr"1' "nok-d.::" "
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richaiomj <.nAr> mjikket.
V\ liolraalr Quotations on P.xcnanr,
V.'flK.VT? "ll'hinond, Va.. Jun' 2Z, iJi>.
'Ji,.rrnr"""! ' Tturo!.
<?R.N Car l.otr.
No. _? i\hlt<- .
?? : ....: f7
N<< - mix-.] i ' ?
^ s miiofi ;; * } -i
^ IrKjnjn, No. j white , t;
^ irsl.nl,i. bus lots ! T? t
? ? r.'i on rob ?../>! -i
)AT8-r?r l.rtt.i: ' f J ?'
No ttilxc<l ?
No :: r!
i No _? whit.. 5
No. ; white ,, ll,.
ItVK?Car I.otp. ' " ?*
'^?V. ' I?? Nomina)
Virginia', bur lots N'o:r!:nn!
RICHMOND II.W MARKET.
U liolmale <>iiotntion? on Kxrhunrr
-,4r , t5. Klchmond. Va, June i?u
So. 1 timothv ct u to
Sr a nil a r.i timothy '
N<>. J timothy 6l (.0
v?' t" nPh'J!hV 35 <y>
No. J lleh! clover. ? -td... tt A1 00
C". .} ?,ovtr- *"lxed & 41 C-t
No. clover, mixed ?f ^7 <s)
. vo l z ?;:e!: ?39 m
1 no. 2 olover ct. \i 00
emtilf. Ilav.
Ktraw?compressed I1 oo
Straw?loose - prciseri. larce
*T?? ? w 1: "o
Shii!l(swMi|,t(Si?,| Nominal
, s>hucks?iou.?e - pressed. Urea
mit f u'7-1-ri"' Nominal
Slli.l.h bhu-Ulr I.ot?
i JPhiDStufr. Winter.....' ft 52 CO
Brati. wlntor ? 44 00
Sfiipstuff. sarlnc tt 4s 00
"ran, spring g 41 00
CHICAGO GRAIN MARKKT.
AOO, .lun?: The corn market to
?inj ran an uneven course, earlv wea'.tne?s
evidenced by many >oI!Ihk orders Ii^ipk
| overcome lau-r. 'onvertltiK an initial break
?nio a IiuIb.*. The market closod firm 1
to -1..- net higher, w ith July. to 1 si:
1 f., ' to 1 "*?H. and December.
1 ..4'j to Oat* sained "? to l?jc and
j provisions dosed 15r lower to J1 higher
! mt.'ifiVi'!!* ,fu'ure? ranged as follows:
vj II hA r?!? uturts not <iuoted.
| CORN? opnr, r-ilen. I.o?r Cto?s
?Tuly !.:?*; 3.SI 1.77 1 %\
1 5 Tfi'S, I 74S I.;^s,
' o^v'rs? * 15it< 1 ,0 , MV*
?' u I >? 09-^ 70*? RS?i T0U
Sept KS-H f.9-j, 071. figa;
D,-?" 6?'a 71 i;s?; 71
PORK?
July 51.00 51.00 Ml.R0 SI 00
fept 48 3'. 49.3S 4S.;r. 4i"'>5
?Tuly S4 00 34.25 33 95 3410
? -* 3<-5S 33.S0 .11.00
?lulv 27 55 27.S5 27 40 *7 6'?
; Sepl 27.65 27.80 27 60 27.S0
NKXV VORK I'ROIUTK MARKET.
NKW rOHK, J'ine ?Cottonseed oil was
somewhat Irregular, but on the whole steady
Iln line with other oils and cotton Crude
oil remains in a ilrm position. Sales, 1 ';oo
barrels. I'rline . rmle. 22.50: prime summer
yellow spot. 25.00; July, 25.50; September
j 27 flO; Ot i f iniior. 25.10.
Spot toffee, unsettled; Rio 7s, 2.1'i: Santos
? Is. 29. '
j CHICAGO 1.1 VK STOCK MARKET.
l HK'ACO June 25. Hops?Receipts. 22 000;
steady. nUlk. 20.00ifj>21.00; medium weicht.
.0.00ffi 21.10; pltf.s. 17.251i IS.50.
Cattle?.Receipts. 9.000; steady. Beef steers.
14.50^1,1.85; medium and good. I2.23?14. CO;
venj calves. light anil hanv welfthl. t5.7"fi'
IS...; stock.rs steers. 8.00fr 12 00.
; Sheep?Receipts, 14.000; ,-teailv. T.nmbs. 84
1 rounds down. 15.00? 17.50.
VORK I.I VK STOCK MARKET.
j Msh 1 OH 1C, June 25.?Heeves. steady;
-a!* ' : no Primo ofTered; bulls,
, i.OO'fr 12 Oil; cows, 3.750}. 11.75.
. Calves, si end y; vea!?. 17f<liSI100
' "n1"1 n,llkK 'ed calves. 12.';.0
. <fT14.00; yearlings and rrras.seis. 7?'<f!>.Qo
j Shfi'p ann lambs. Irregular: shorn (ewr?i
! im: """??? Wom?!^SS:
*???*?' -<"? ?????
MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS.
DRV GOOD"
MOW YORK, June 25.?Cotlon gondii to
?ln> were active, with sales In smaller lot*
nt higher pries. Van,, were^ "inlo. and
?stend.v. Hosiery was active, wilh white llnea
very acarce and staples well sold. nVir"
laps were steady.
NAVAL, STORKS
ton- 1 J-1 Ju,;c :s ?Turpentine, firm.
iuock. fi,"ox* re,'c,,)t"- shipments. 1,570;
Ro/'?.jjrnr. sales. 1.1 _??; receipt*. I3'j; ship
ments, 2.S9); stock. 54.C79 P
SEW VOUK Ct Kit MAKKKT.
NKW VOI'.K .1 ?!!-.?? 25.? Ix a linns on the
rurt* ?vr? ^?aln in only fair volume :tntl
?ratternd throughout H w Id'- lint, of l.vhli'i
with l>ut 1111 ?.? feature to the transactions i
Th?- heflUmj' which h-"< been rnanlf-sterl
In the other rr.irket* Influenced tfait? on
the < url> to th>- extent (ha* hujlnes* ???.<
rr strl't?d
Industrial* w?r< ;n fair demand through
the Anil in a number of t h<- orom- I
Inenl ?<har*-? ?--n.<ll recoveries from th* f ?
(?i.' i o w !e\e'- we.-e made
Independent oils were almost entirely de. ]
void of feature. although dealings were in
fairly active volume.
J'/w Aetna Kxrloslve* .... .. it l'i
1 y?, i o-il"n Oli I" T; 1**.
]r.v, Keilrr-t! <t!' fi 4
?"> Mrrrllt ''II ?.'ori> 27 2*%
.*?04) M?lrot>olltan Petto u;? C 3:? '
1 <00 Vh torla ??i 1 inew stock i. 2'v -r*?
l^'O At .ant* .. .1 if 4
ll<1 Hit* l.edce '-7 Cj
i;00 I'linn Arli Srnoltinc I'* fj 1".-H
t?<K> 'Soli!flM*l l'in< ....... lfi Ti IT
IV" Jur.tUo K.xt< nslnn .. 11 ro 12
? 3Vrt MrKInl?v I'arrnsh .. .. K2 *f
IW MM"lni: Mir."". . . !!>. <? It',
| l'-V) Tonopah Kxten.slon IV V
Sugar Kirhrincr Mp'IIiik.
I Rv Associated Pros? I
NKW YORK. Juno The board 'if
tna nagerK of the N'ew York t'offee hh<1
Suy.tr Kxchrtise met today to receive a
report from its .sugar committee. Wh i le
no rvfli'-iai statement was issued, it is
understood the committee sutr^ested
a new contract providing for delivery
i In <'uha. Instead of in N'ew York, as
tinder the present contract.
It was explained that adoption of
such ?* contract would tend to broaden
the markets in the sense that a foreign
buyer pun-hasing ?"Ji;ar in the New
York market could more a'I van -
tageously arranged for shipping the
commodity direct from Cuba, instead
, of by way of New York.
Real Estate and Court News
f JIA.M'KRY HAItG.tlN AND SA I.K.
North lUchmond Realty Corporation to
I.illiiiii \Vr*y Itooth. lot 24x2f> feet ? ?{ lot
*riunre v'ak Park: bitxllj feet west
:lin<- Hart"!- \ venue, l>0 fe. ? ?ou'h of lirnok
land }'???? ftoulevaru l.u-n, H.SC'O. .Iu:k
IS. 191'.' lax. $:'.S0. Jl".
Knf V I'larke nn<l I. <" (hUstiMtiri) to
Mary t 'May. No "CZ2 Grove Avenu'.
f?<-t 11 1 ?'???Tn?~h?>?. 12? frvt '? Inch's .vuth
' line (Irfv AveitU'*. .">2 f? .*t >j ln< !o-3 <*HSt
of Rowlnnil Slrret. Mny 1?1!>. Tax.
J ' tl".
I'alls^ S Ttru< ?> to Kliahrlh V Wllsnn
i No 14 :n A>hl.'it!il Street. i'lxf-M i*< ? north
lire Ashland Htreet. f? el west >>f K:<n
? lolfh Sti'-et. t.lon. *3"r> Juic- t.. JP19;
1700.
1.1/./1e Uelle Johns! 'I'l ^ :>?! OpiTUt \V.
(htlwlia ml i in ' 'h rrie K tllenn. No L'lOS
IJeit.l Sir> et 4:? f. ? : f. iiM-hes by ItT feel
north rteii.i Street. )i4 feet 4 inches
en?: of ? ilier Street .lur.e 101'.'. Tux.
Si"./'
.1. \V Stewart to l'aulmo \V. Willis. N'os
M6 and "'It! !North Tweniy-nlnth Street.
:;i feet 10 inches by l.t f?-?t s 1-2 inehey
1 i irregular I west line Twenty?ninth Street,
i lli f-?rt south of P Street. June lyjy;
$l.f,S"
Williatn S llinchinan to Nora Ilinchman
Peyton. No 404 North Oavlfc Avenue. 22
feet 4 1-2 inches hv 115 feet w "St line Oa vis
Avenue lii feet 4 l-*j inches north of Ivy
Street. June l". 10lf>. Tax $2|20. Jl'.'.
?'lM'4<le W. Smith and Inez J!, iwlfet to
William H Warren. lot 9. Mock K. Gint?r
?ark Twrare. Juno I?. 1313 Tax 51. no
A (I <5l!berl and Zeola A mlTS^n fwif*(
o It H St til'. 1 lots 27. a n<1 25. block
'hamt'o-laj ne Court June 8. 1313. Tax
11. no
Klli.i bet h V I.*** to George II Kersey
a n?i I.?-nii No 315 North Twenty
fourth street. 25 f..~t inthcH l>v 122 feel
east line Twenty-fourth Street. 115 feet 2
inch"* south ..f Marshall Street, Bien 11.325.
June 20. I B1 3. Tax 11. SO. 110.
lim'.ly Overton and .1 P. (husband) I"
?"> K. /.a charms. N'?. 2S04 West Qmre
?S:rri-t. :;l f.-et in mchen by I 02 f?.ei n 1-2
Inch's ( IrrfRular?. north line Grace Str>'t.
:.ni f"?t !'? inches **iest of Sheppard Street.
I.I' ll ?2,500. Jun? 16. 1313 Tax 15.70. HO.
Southern Asbestos Manufacturinc I'otn
pany. Inc . to J. IJ. Boehlln*;. 27x115 fet t r.t
southeast corner of Fourth and Canal
Street* Jun? 10. 1313. Tax 12.20. no.
K K Phillip* and Sa 111 *? T. (wife) to
A 1. Phillips. Jr. J3K feet on west line
Sixth Street. 23* feet north of Cr?uch
Street fcl>o lots 1. 2. 3 ami 4. block .S. I'un
treath. 200 feet at nouthivo.'l corner of
Monument Avnu- and 1'h.irlca Street th.-.lf
Interest;. .lune :o 1J.13. Tax 12.40. 110.
II K Watt" and Virginia H I wff I and
Mary V Miami to K M Adelatein. No 2412.
12'' fvet north line Floyd Avenue 141 f. et
2412-A Floyd Avenue, 24 feet x Inch's by
Inches west of Kirn Street. l.ien 11.050.
June I!'i:. Tax 13.30. II o
Chevy I'hat" Realty ' 1 '"n 1" Grace
I. Poo|?, lot 11. Iiloclc < 1TM?tii iceilo Place.
r>?xl2: 3 f-'M on MonUceflo Avenue. June
lb. 1313. $>;oo.
Thome? I* Goodman. Mary C. Goodman
et al.s. No 2100 Hast Broad Street. '22x30
feet t". inches at northeast mil <r of Broad
and Twenty-first Streets June 1C. 1313,
5? tent a. II.
B. Penncll and Bessie (wife) to K. K.
Uln'T. lots II and 12. block 15. BarU>n
Height*. 110x120 feet at southeast corner
of l.iii i\e and Roberta Streets. l.ten }2.60>i.
June 3. 1313. Tax 15. 110
B'rlha S. Blair and A. Heirne (husband*
to Max K Buehnmnd. No. 404 Went Frank
Iin Strtet SOxlf-H fee', north line Franklin
Street. <j2 feet West of Monroe Street, l.ien
117.700 June :'0. |5|?. Tax 125. 110.
1 Brma l.aml.'.' t Terrell and Mahlon G.
Terrell <husband) et als . to Walter Kotmi
j son and Mettle E. (wife). No. 122 West Clay
line 1'lav Street feet inches east of
; Street. :?!i feet 10 inchey 1-j 150 feet north
Prentiss Street June 24. 1919; $6,000. ,
I! A. Cenhas and Fanni- P. (wife) to
M. H. tlniohundr.'). No. 1204 North Second
Street. 17x30 feet well line Second Street,
:>! foot north of Couttij Street l.ien 5600.
June 21. 131'.'. Tax Jl. 110.
Phlip Bacley and Margie V. (wife) lo
Bottle C Warinn-r. No. 316 North Twenty
r'.f'h Street, 30x120 feet west line Twenty
tlfth Street, vy feet muth of Marshall
Street June to. 1313. Tax 15.30. $10
B. 1. Kleld and Mary J (wife) lo Frank
W. Moreh'-ad. lota ' anil 2. block S. Monu
ment Annex. 5ftxll0 feet :?t southwest <or
i..T of < utiliaw Avenue and I.afayette
Street. June 14. 1313. Tax $1.40. $10.
Catharine J. Woody, Bertha B. Hobson,
John It/ and Battle K Woody to James M.
Hall and Maria C. (wife). No. 1715 North
Twenty-second Street. 30x124 feet north line
Twenty-first Street. 30 feet south of X Street.
June 1313. Tax $1.20. $10.
Mrs J K Backer to Wirt II. I.uck. lot 13,
block 1. Park Plate Annex. 35x120 feet north
line Taylor Street June 23. 1313. 1250.
CHANCERY TRl'ST l?EEI)S.
Prank W Morehcad to F I. <-rutchfleld.
trust"'.. 5iixl40 feet at southwest corner of
Cui.<!iaiv Av.nu'i i-nt! I.afayette Street. June
14. 1313: 1360.50.
B. O Wendenbui'K to l.eroy B. Brown,
trustee. :;<i feet a inches by 155 feel south
line Clay Street. 225 feet 1 1 inches west of
Adams Street. May 17. 1313; $3.ISO,
Bottle i". Warinner and B. It (husband)
lo John B Welsh, trustee. No. 316 Nor'h
Twenty-fifth Street. 30x12 feet west line
To Build Better Roads
Use Lehigh Cement and Hydrated Lime
with Washed Sand and Gravel, as fur
nished by
Warner Moore He Co.
RICHMOND, VA.
Phono or Write for Prices.
Philadelphia
is a rich city and has the reputa
tion of being conservative.
Its citizens, of course, are the cause of its
growth and reputation.
Trust Companies don't have to advertise
in Philadelphia, for the people have learned
that they make a better, safer and more satis
factory executor, guardian and trustee than
an individual.
The fact is, a man in Philadelphia is
ashamed to die and leave his affairs in hands
other than a trust company.
Virginia Tryst Co.
THE SAFE EXECUTOR,
Richmond, Va.
Twenty-fifth Stre-t. *<? feet wuih of Mar-I
tdiHll Street, .lur.e 1919; ?*.?"??. I
1.1a l-\ llerold In 1 , vard S??ton. 'ru*t, ,l;
70*140 feet ?-aHt line ht'ndall Aventtf. ''? I
feet nvrlh of llxcvn .ilfft. Jun? .. 1913.
*5.?;oo.
Ororiic ?' Younir lu t.'inrenoe H. Waller
fiti*!!!, iruitu*1. T u x 4 0 8 f?-et lirrcjculAD ''aRI I
Fifth Avi'tiu#. n<5 f'-et south CuHt? r |
Street. June 21. 1919: $t!72.
'Klten E 1". Kord t<> Alex II. Sanils and
K 11?I e i r h I'hi 1II t>". truster*. r.OsUfc , ft"
nort h?-ni?t corner ?f Thlrtv-rtfth anil I i
Streets. June 14. 1919; ft.120.
B I". Miner to Arthur K. CCapman 110x120
fe#.f ?t Koutheast corner of l.ueke and i
Roberts Street* June !>. 1919; $2,010.
Krancia J O'Ke.'Ifu urid Janlo M. (wife)
to W. 8. RoblnMOti and franklin I>. Robin*,
truotren. No 2121 Km*! (Ir?ro Street. 15
feet f> 1-2 inches by 150 feet Mouth line firace
Street. 15 feet 5 1-2 Inches west nf Twenty
fifth Stre?t. June 15. 1919: J530
Jamea Smith & Co. to John II Welsh.
lru?te?. t II Hirer, at southwest corner of
nial:ey'? Mill Road and rlnht of way of
Southern Hallway Com putt y June 10. 1919;
$3,920. ^
.Georse II. Kersey anil l.^na ftvlfe) to
\V H I'ureell. Jr.." trustee. No ~ 1R North
Twenty-fourth Street. 2? f>-et fi Inches by
122 east line Twenty-fourth Street. 115 feet
V Inches south of Marshall Street. June
! 20. l'jir?; J2?l OS
<>. K. Zacharlas to W. K Purcrll. Jr.
trustee. No 2*04 West <ira ? Street. !l feet
10 inches l>y 1?2 feet ill-;; inches (irreKu
lar) north line flrace Street. 301' feet Irt
Inches easr of Sheppard Street. June 10.
1V t . *1. 4 s 4
Ivy (j Yaujjhan to llichmond Trust ("out
pany. trustee No i;? Nort It Howlaml Street.
2't feet :t- 4 Inch bv 53 feet t Inches east
line How land Street. 17? feet 9 inches south
of Klovd A yen if June 11. 1010. $2.?;oo
Ida K- Herold to Clarence ?\ llttt. trustee.
' 7f? x 140 f?e; east line Kendal! Avenue. 110
j feet north of lSacon Street. June 2. 1919.
$1,120.
R.-\ t) Jones and Annie I,, twifet to
,'W. W tlarthrittht and Charles K. Willis.
1 trust. es ?>Oxir.O fe?! north line Victor Street.
SO feet east of Second Avenue. May 15. 1919;
$1,350.
CHANCKRY KKI.KASK DEEMS.
Edward S ami William S Ifose. trustees,
to Willi*in A Cooper. N? 1112 West l.e'.ch
? Street. 30x175 fees ni?rth line l.eigh Street.
1 1'JO f?e? east of llavlson Street. June -I.
i 1 !> 19. Stir.S. \ t,
John I' l.eary. trustee. to Frank h.
Phillip* .'.42 feet S inches by 120 feet at
northwest corner of Ashland and Syca
more Streets June 17. 1919. $6,900.
St"?rl Howe, trustee, to H. II. Meltun,
No *3019 llanover Avenue, south line Han
over Avenue, betweeh Meadow and Row
land Streets. June 23. 1919: $5,900.
ft. W. CarrinKton. subtrustee and special
commissioner, to li. TV Pollard. Jr.. ami
Margaret 1. Phillips executors, etc . 3SX ?
feet at northwest corner of Monument Ave
nue and Addison -Street. June 24. 1919;
117.4^1 72
J. Jordan I.eahe. survi vuttr trustee, to
Kate rt U?'? No. 1021 West Grace Street.
I June IS. 1913; J4.200
Partial?John H. Welsh, trustee, to Philip
i J. Hapiey and NUccie V. Iwife). No. "10
North Twentv-flfth Street. 30x120 feet west
line Twentv-flfth Street. * feet south of
Marshall Street June in. 1313; $5
William S Rose, surviving trustee, to
Hester A Napier. No. oen t'hur-h Street.
I 22 1-2x100 fe.-t east line Church Street, be
tween Maiden I.ane and Row.; Street. June
21. 19)9: $ 42 4.
Ed ward S Rose and William S Rose,
trus'ees. to Sallie K ?*at|ett. No 1730 West
Heigh Street. -i^xl?0 feet on north line Helsh
Street . also West Heigh Street. 20 feet
9 inches by l?)n feet north side Heigh Street.
444. feet east of iteneen Street. Juno 20.
1919. 1954.
HENRICO IIA IMS.\ IN AMI SALE.
Henry I". Porev and wife to Fred O Tior^y.
75 acres south side liarbytown Road. 0 miles
east of citv. June 13. 1919. Tax 12.30. $10.
Hunting Realty Corporation to M S.
l.ocltett. lots 1 and 2. block 3. Colonial
Place Annex. February 12. 1919; 11.00ft
HENRICO TKl'ST DEEDS.
Hot tie 1.. Taylor and J. R. thusbandi to
' Joseph H Welsh Joseph Stumpf and
' Charles W Sims trustees, lot s and dwell
ing. "Th? Oaks." Uinter Park. June 19.
1919; Jl.'oo.
11. K. Watt and Virginia Blind (wife)
: to W M. Mll'er. trustee, lots 17 and IS.
block 1*. Colonial Place, section H. June
14 1919; $ I .ti&n.
David Weatherford and M (wife) to
Virginia
Employers
Who arc SBLK 1 NSL'ItKRS. can
obtain through this office effec
tive compensation claim service,
at very reasonable cost, by an
adjuster of long experience. .
thoroughly familiar with the
Virginia Compensation law.
R. L. NASE
Adjuster.
111(1 Mufunl Hide.. Richmond. Yn.
Two 1st Mortgage
Loans
Both are long:-term
sinking fund securities:
Y leldtnc
Prtre About
MorrU A Co. IV^'s. . . . . 5.."?
Trinity Illg*. Corp. 5',^ s #9? 5.50
We recommend them
to investors.
The National City
Company
Correspondent Oftices in C>0 Cities
Richmond?UXt K. Mnln St.
Telephone?Madison 3126.
1.1
(Barnes Safe & V ?"ilt Co.
1210 Kant Main Strict.
Itobt. H. llnrMi, Prop, nnd M|r*?
MONTAGUE MFG. CO.,
LVHRGR?ROIJOII AND URKSSEU,
Tenth nitrt Mnln Street*.
Richmond, Vn.
STKAMIIOATS.
k':A :l? Crli 0,R
l.:RviV
PBaneimer nnd Frelclit Services
NEW- YORK to LIVKRPOOli
Ordtinu '"'.V <"i
Caronia luly
Curmania '??>' 1
Koya! Cicorgo July UO
Ortluna Aug. *2
Caronia Aug. 0
Carmnnin Aug. ltt
Royal (ieorgo Aug. 110
NKW YORK to SOUTHAMPTON
At|uitauia June <10
Maurctnuia luly 11
Aquitauia ? uly 2H
Atiuitaula Aug. 23
NEW YORK to PLYMOUTH, HAVRE
and LONDON
Baxonia July 17
517 J-lth St.. X. W.. >V*ahlnnton, I>. C.,
or I.oen I Auenl*.
THE RICHMOND
TRANSFER CO.
| General European Steamship Agents,
830 Base Main Street.
Phone Randolph 15tt,
i>r.rg? B. Hit w. trustee. lot ?n<l bulliltr.i: on
.Icffcraon Avenue. .June 21. 1913: $600.
11KNKICO UKI.KASK KKKDS.
Amfrir*n National Hank of Hi? hmond.
trustee. In K. !?" IH>u?h. 2 lt'> 1-2 acres. *'an<t>
Mill, n or I )l Hide Xi'w Mai ki>t Hoa'J. 10
mil*1* southeast of city. June 20, 1310.
$1,000 ,
K. I-'. lloiiKh. 2.1 fl 1-2 arr.'?. ('amp HIM. north
American Trust i,'nnip*nv, trustee. to
1 side X eyMarket Jto*d. 1? miles southe.iHt
i <?{ cliy. jtint- 2?l. SI."on
To Mnkr llrttrr Kfrllllf.fr.
! NICWTOXDON. COXX.. J lints 25.?
W. D. Huntington. president of the
National Association of Kertilizer
Manufacturers, in an address at tho
'convention here today, announced tliat*
, within the lust six months the industry
i had committed Itself to th? pollcy.'of
! manufatctirlnc only high ana'.ysl**
grades of fertilizer, eliminating tnft '
so-called fractional (trades, and that
j the result of this action "must iUU.~X^y
; niately b?? reflected In lower cost uf
food production." ^??7 *??
? tl( > 11(31
(irent Onion Shipment. * ' ?
ON'ANCOCK. VA.t June 25.?Twenty
thousand baskets of onions were shlp*^
pod from Evans* Wharf on Monday.' * ^
PERSONALITY
'The Bonk of flroad Street**
?In Business?In Banking
Of all factors that make for tta*
success of business, personality Ib
perhaps tho greatest.
This is true of banking as of any
other business, and "The Bank of
Broad Street" never ceases in its ef
forts to make Its dealings with cus
tomers permanent, pleasant and pro
fitable to them.
Broad Street Bank
Sixth nud Broad Street*.
Convenient?C'onaervntlve?Congenial
?
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"Punctuality Is the Soul of Business"
When we invest money for you we make it "our
business" to collect the interest for you, and you
can always get a check, on cash, by presenting the
interest notes to us.
The (5% First Mortgage House of
Pollard & Bagby, Inc.
A.i
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Yon Are An Investor
If you subscribed to a Liberty Bond. You can in
crease your investment by buying additional Bonds
at any time. Our suggestion is that whenever you
have spare cash you buy Liberty Bonds, or other
high grade Bonds. We both BUY and SELL LIB
ERTY BONOS at current market prices.
Fred'k E. Nolting & Co.
INVESTMENTS,
1)07 EAST MAIN STREET,
RICHMOND, ..... VIRGIN LI.
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LIBERTY BONDS
BOUGH! and SOU
Based on Market's
Quotations
Old Dominion Trust Co.
The Strongest Trust Co. in the South Atlantic Stales
Capital and Surplus, Two Million Dollars.
?0<? East Main Street, Richmond, Va.
PROMPT SERVICE?NO DELIVERIES.
'??'V
V
We Believe You
Will Become Wealthier
That's why wo urge that every ambitious
person?even though only in moderate cir
cumstances today?should sign a sound,
just will and deposit it where it will not be
liable to alterations or misplacement, al
though always subject to withdrawal for
amendment as occasion demands.
A brief confidential interview with one of
the officers of the Richmond Trust Company
will convince you of the wisdom and econ
omy of naming this institution executor
and trustee of such a will, which may be
filed in our vaults without charge.
RICHMOND TRUSTPO;
MAIN AND SEVENTH.
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