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"ruble Sti'i'l J)ev?l?|M?c,its. ?
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l lii*l lv ' 1 H'v'" poiMtH in till,
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On-All W . r I :
lr* . ,:,r" inoveiiifiu was t on
'V; ( ?Km"|I?i? Am 1,4 '?
i ijiVJ. r ?r a prosit I- i
il." . u* rumorfJ through
S I'f.r'Vr ?* W'U ?>>"?> ?i
ell.. . . ? most (if Die recent
CM- tn.iii^iri^i i??U(.s ,
Ji.om v"'l'?1U"1. a fa,r ?Upply of.
.in . ^ i t,lu liile niter tbc
I lit- dn! ,wl 0 cunt early'
|?? m> .iiKoil on to 7 per cut
It < o:-fU. Money runted as!
?i fin ?V r "Oil* compares ,
Vld.Iy. 'lUotutlon of .s j?.r j
lTlc?'HI lsllOWr/1 JTHlll.-t
:tnu from 1L fra. iion to \wo,
Imi'ilntTon t'""J r, l'r< -cntiiiK an
hoHdnv fv.>Uy^,,1i over
nwvM-ina X .ssyrc, ?:rs
In* thof ore noom"1 ' oir.rin*..
llii> Inn or 1. S. St?-p|.
C <iarv< chairman of the j
llMnrdIVI* M1"''1 1 '"('oration,
i . ?* II I ll '.JJ41 JlHill hOIMl-U'llIit i
financial who hi??
|tm> t,,.. I, :.,lk!rm about the1
VA i'h?t' " ?" f ?i t l.i i ?Jl vj-?
li. ;?t ii^>"?;",y- "n' ?-:nK8 of
1 i ; V? oi?United up!
. Die
fyltilf Of I'ril: ?:,1 StaU-'H steel1
]-orntloit Mtock recently la mated I
tor tin. ftc ount or Important
of uw :,r" cl"H" lh" 'llrci - I
In.. I'ttrrh.i iters
' lo,1,t '???? < ?nti'l. in that tiie :
?llri vtor.- win ,\u Honiethlnit i
,h" 'H^tlon otl
?holder*. of lht'ir,
It* 'It '?rn .ltd K.ir.ie
i... 1 ' " ?h<?!?- mo.-x
Tn?. r ' . '"'v ,,rd' r<"" ll,? <ll?'
]ttlOll of a III ier yto.-U dlvi.
... ,L'" a."'?ouiicoinent came fol-'
I.; r'??? >to, k i
i financial dlntrlct
iJh.i u""1 ' omo rr< ?v to
|Hh.ii inllii.nfe lh,. .\:ra pay
'"??nil"' A-U, h"v" t:?o
?ni> a small vo u:r.<- ?( f,.,.
J1 ^ t /'ia> at ii(i
:;v "urinK ti.o
, 1 loi'.iion I'jin.irf. <v .?:
Inif ?. ' , Li" J-'onipatly nropnac.l
'' ' ilivl.cnd of i.liutiL
Important w i r ? ? Iiousoh lif.
' otde' 'ith"? nw.r^;c t!4? "!-:
I""!' -ii '?eiiernl Motor*.
t.- i-Mirr^U w;lH '! f.'eculat lv?
, "? 5,'?- few i.i
III 'ii.l! ' ""' : Uil ? ?"! wmllltt
I. *1 "i *' Att.-ritlon wu* (I!.
r f.a,1 1 ,hil! ItHF !hki;h
,u "? r*??or.ihl?? p.Hj?H?iMHe? :n
Vt'f V ' !I"; w i'h "fh. r induH
Ui.wiA, ,,ul that tlK!
IMm< oilier motor shares writ
\* " Pierce .15
?K 1 "?'??Ht '-lati.y-two. (ien
Motoi-x iv.is off?.red ?t the ex.
of prl .? ??.l , 1.IH...1 uii|, ?
of nineteen point* The Street
I IMleil t o talk 111,.,IK the 1-i.j.
? . "lock.
|i*? i <1 'I. xt!li 'ojt nearlM
. polntitt ultliouiin ...uuin^a fo>
lijrrr miniinn were announced
?rh? at the lite of neatly ins a
, 011 the Ktnek
I'. 'l'l-t' Allitjjtie \\ 4h a l>ri|{ht
l?? an acciimulatlMii of htivlnr
In t.ial iMfcue limine the llrst
- _ III. lUII ' h of tt udliib'. l'eoplc
tin k a,ii,MrH a,>' 'hat the decl
Jflll lii- f.i\ orivhle to the ehure
'IT ' V.' " ."''""i'l '?*><? ?ourt decide
Hi'' l?e:i.1uiK tiiiist sefirreptate its
II?ro|>t* Miff.
n poo! whloh Iiu.4 been operatlnK
inlil'Ain was rumored to have
? 'ill-ooheil and this was ,it
10'<l as the reason for the larire
l'nfr<* that Imiuc.
EW YORK BOND MARKET
|.r fdlr* if I liberty a-id Victory Uor.ds
??
*;?
h?-ii"' i,
I V..T..I I', ... J-f.
to gS
rel.Ul. rrd (>|.|? j.Vi?4
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k t t.UI'HM .
L, rrlfUl* Tfil
R.
nk 3.*?.
3s. 1 Muouri
f-r?<t
i,f. -II tbl.ll IS
icaii .~ioelIltti{ and UvtinniK o*... i7 *
. i'.iii 'I'. and T< i < v i'm ... l"i
l-Preneh i.- ^Sr
.An Bfi|. 3'.?
:|v foa.it l.inc 1st tn 74
ui.re ainl (Mito iv. I'-jii W
hr:n f?ie? i ref. I* *-l?
il-.f l|.'<?r?la Con. ."s (bid) '???
11 lieullier .*.s ^l1^
|uiik< .ind llhlo ev. r...... .'?Si
<b. It and LJulney joint -*IVj
<#. ilil and St. I". ev. V-?* 'iSH
1^. 1 mid Par. fty. lef. -tv........ OVj
?f/Varis (j '>m?
iijo and Sntuhern rcf 1'-i? S'j
r. unit Kin ilrnmte eotmol. 4^.... i>0
lion <>f Canada f.a 91
<Vl>. 4? V.\
.-.Centra; ref. tf intd I 61
i^r. Marine ?!.-? >9'j
.St City Soul riern ref. UK.... CI I
u' mid Mver- (bid! SO
?Tiii <? mi Naii.iv.llu Uli ts.. Ibid)
if J. {Can. i-.iid Tesiia l?t 4 s
HiTi: Central deb. i^ S7V>
tfard Western I'V. <N (bid) 9*14
dfn I" act lie In? 71?*
ylv.imu tt< a. St
njr Kell. 4? 7PA
.IK- Iron and Steel i'.s C'JIOl . Ililil) Jli-i
ul> and San Fran. adj. i'.s ,Vj\
ltd Air 1.1II" nil J. 0* .It'Vi
>rn Ball Toll. {?.? ! 82U
rn Pacific tv (a 99^
?un ItMlway in 79
jrn ItaiUvay Ken ts j.;
I .kiriKdoni of U. 1*. and !. iijs
S6V4
)$bel an 9itv:
[la'Car Chemical f>? <ldd) 0?.
<H' lHt (bi.l) <LS
I'and Co. ev. (is 90
HI CUM ONI) ?TO lilt MAHK r.T.
c.ifkle O. Bureb Jt Company.
l')l.". liust Main Street.
Itiehmond. Va.. April 19. lfti).
IRld. Asked
1'iAND STATH SRrtTRITIKS.
iond City .".s, 19jl? \W! 100 ...
mud City Is. 193J-19:.0 M
?nturle.f, S, ('. and K.. :9!il ... 7<i
inVurles. 3. C. anil B.. I9;.l ... 78
15BT RAILWAY BONDS.
v, and Power ?'o., .*<h. 1KI4. ... 73
BET It A11AVA V STOCKS.
v,and I'ow. Co.. nfJ.. 1<V> ... to
y. and Potv. Co.. rom. lfX) ... 20
LltOAn stocks.
and P.. IJiv. Oliliir. 130 212
JIlANCK STOCKS.
,|c t.ifo In* Co 100 1ft)
nsiirn ne- Co. of Vn. I (0 ,M0 Mi
rt and Marine Ins Co "J", 113
IK AND TRUST CO. stocks.
citn National Ilnnli.. lbJ ... :C0
Trust Co. (Cla?? A) 100 ... 101
HI r < ? ? ? r Hunk ?5 i.5 ...
?ny National ftatik. Vd !07
of-Com and Trusts.. 100 ... 2-J0
;|. National Hank 10) 141
In II111 Hank li*l 1S.i
National Hank Uo ... 217
ants National llank.. *.00 ... 7<M>
ritr?i and Merchant* l"o !j;
State md City Hunlt KK) ... 21!
Hvnilnlon Trum Co... 100 ... 210
r? National Hank.... 1<X> 4^0
otld Trust (.'o 100 ... 110
IJaiik of Itiehmond.. i.n ... 1JC>
la Trust CO 5313 ICS
Knd Hank 25 49
lEMiAXHOUft
, Crump Co.. *<?:, pfd. 100 ... 102^
II * It*. 1 Co.. nfd. .. lot .. 103
Cba:i and Sav. Corp. 100 115 130
^tnd Hro. Co., CT.
. Participating ?i>9 100
lom. I. and Kteel Co. .'I i',4 ...
? I.">ar Tob.. pfd.... Km P8 I04>i
I. I.esf Tob. com 100 ICO V'i5
!r: Chem., pfd.. S<^.. I'M HQ
<r! Chemical, com.... 10) TtJ
M58?
v*r?ld? and Dan River, pfd.. 103.
<fi. Crump, pfd., 102'*;.
r?ln a Centuries. 76.
f? Inn. Co. of Vu? .M5,
OND I,1V? .STOCK. MAKKET.
hroond Union Stock Yard*.
* ??.'&?: |':: t? tii.' r'.i ' V v^K '
Official Range and Sale of Stocks in New York
Sales.
Slock.
2000
<000
4000
200
1000
SliOO
nr. <to
<500
I oo
100
I i'00
2200
U3O0
1 2SU0
2500
1 4000
31>00
r.oo
100
i vjoo
14700
5000
1 <500
10U
3000
13400
100
oi soo
5on
1000
200
3500
600
200
TOO
5 ZOO
700
|I|0
G?JO0
400
15300
27 4'i<i
1 300
^ 00
300
7"0
7 ?00
30200
1 300
1 S00
200
3v??0
2 T*'?0
:moo
Ail vanec-Itunilr.v
Advnricc-ituiiili y. pfd. ..
Allls-(.*lialmcr:s
AlllB-t'li.ilnurs
Allls-Uhalinors. ptd. ? ? ?
A'nska Go4d
Amer. Beet SlUfal. nun .
Aincrlca.il <'an
American Can. pf.d ...
Anii'r. (!ur and Kuundry
American Cotton '>11.. .
An(?:r. Kx press
Am. Midi- ami Ilea., pfd.
American Linseed oil . ? .
American Locomotive . .
Aiiiit. Int. Corjm
American Sini-ltliiK ?
Amor. DriiK Hyudicutu
American Hugai
Amer. Tel. iin.l Tel. ' "??
Ainer. ToIiIhvo, com
Ann r. Tob. S -rurlil'-.
Am. Writing I'npor, pfd.
American Woolen
Anaconda Copprr
Atchison
Atluntli- Coast Line
A C. U of Ct (?alto.> .
Baltimore anil Ohio. . .
Bethlehem Stcei. II
11" t 111** Iioiii .?:.i-!. ,v; j?f (4.
Iladv.In Locomotive ...
''nddo oil ...
Canadian I'm-lil.
California Cot roli'Uii!
Central liCatbt-r. com....
i'hiiva|i(':ik>' ami o.- ??. . .
Chicago 'Ireat We>i crn
< iii . (treat \Vi.'?:t., i.M . .
fhl.. Mil., and S: I'.uil
i 'iii. It., I and I' . ? nri: .
fh! l< 1. and !' ?:?; pfd
Coca-Cola
Crucible S'? v! ('?!?, com
< -'olcrado Km-l fid I mi
Colum. tirnph?>.
Corn Product*, com
< "utoa C.? S inai . .
Krccporl Texas
llrt
Brie, Is: pfd
Oenera! Motor- . .
'li-ntriii Miit'irc,
Oreat ??Jorth'.Tn. p.it.
Great Norlh On- c
IM inula ' '?tit rat
IHter, Nickel
1ospirat Ion i *o;,j(( r
till Mi r. Mar . c in
I n i M?r. Mar., pfd
By Thomas Branch & Co.,
Open. High. L."w. Closing.
Bid. Asked.
I.'i 42i 10{ 40 40i
Bankers nml Brokers.
Males. Slock.
30
101
I3i
S2
U
1?2
Iii
C7
C7
40
SI
II
10
41
82J
4I!i 40 J
62 XI4
II II
102J !'.'0| 100 4 101
4 i i 4?i Ifij 10i
'j5 30&
ii_- 14 2 l:i3J ia:ij i ?o
1/ 4 7 17 47 l'?
1 10 1 IS
no; noj
SS S?4 !>!?
152 150
1134 1124 U0
90
]IIS
10J1 l"Ji
os;
llllj 104 J 10 ,i
I I.
i:ts
!<?;)
i:?:t
? 2 4
:i:s*
133
'?-J
*.'s;
oo i
14
'.?:i i
> >1
1354 135 J
36; <J?4
1,14
:?;??a 2tioi 260
.;7 C21 <y-i
40
127 4 12K
00
SI
i>7
333
0?i
l <4
i:?7
???;
202
03
41>
12.S4
ij fill
.11 I
33
1.44
33
V4J
1114 1114 mi 110
.224
51 ?Mi
I "21 i o:t
j
13 I
. !
i i
I'll
21
2 4X
il"
f.
53 2
>4
3?i
34
03 4
13
2oS
?24
321
.,..i
:-.r,h
30
S5
82
SK
>>h
33 J
05
111
i?:t4 14::} 1304 1301 I30|j
3U
1 KI4 11 ?? t 1101 lll'i il*.?i
37
XO
2:i
301
34
03
3:'.3 35
. 1 2 no
23 i
:to;,
34 1
3.S
4^
;i'jj
504
25 1
i::
20 J
5S4
4-.i
:??!
!5!
i:to4 333
334
7 0
374
m
37 S
SO
224
50
30 4
34
Open. High
?'loo Ini. I'aper. com
100 Int. I'upiii, pfd , HUiiijii'J
! 100 Keiinecwtt Corp
300 Kanxai; i.'ilv Hi?. com..
6S0O l.ackuuanna Kl?.???! ....
I'lUKl'tt and Myerh. com
2100 I .oft Tobacco, coin. ...
i.ouitviKu and fiaahvillc
Maxwell, com
Maxwell. Itit pfil
?Maxwell. 2nd ptd
12400 Mexican 1'i-troleutii ...
Miami CuiH'ci* ..
4 400 .Mldxale Stei.!
100 M11, Kati. and Texas...
1S00 MIkmoui'I I'aidlc
3300 NH'iional I,??ad. com. ...
Nevada t.'un. <'o|?uer ..
2S00 New Haven
300 N. V. Air Brake
1300 Nov. York Centra'
200 Norfolk am! Wcale'nr. .
1400 Northern Paclil,
1100 Ohio CltifK (las
7200 I'onnsy 1 vaHa !
40400 I'lerce Arrow 1 . . .
40oy 1'rcsKMi siei-l i':tr
SoO Hy. Steel Sprint:, coin. .
13500 flcadiiiR
05000 Hepubllc I and S.
11000 Itoyai Dutch
100 Seaboard Air I.Inc. con
Seaboard Air Line, j,*d
400 St. 1,0 it is * S11 n. Kran.
20300 Sinclair Con* i?M >
1 "00 SloHK? Shi*fflr-Id, com?
8300 Southern Paciilc ....*,
14oo Soullicrn Uai.wav
200 Southern Hallway.
0200 Studohaker. ccin.
30H0 Toln^co I'roductn.
1 1000 Triiiisi.-iiiil i?|J
13400 Texat< f'omii inv
3300 Texas I'aclilr
2000 i;nion I'aejflc
? !'? S. Cast Iron p p..
33300 I". S. Hul.ber, . 0111.
320ml fnit'.'d Staio.'i st
COO I'nited Stat... Steci
750n l/nitod ilcri.l Store
1200 Utah ("opjjer
CH'OO Vanadium St>.??
2100 V;i.-Car Chen l.-t! "
Vn -Cur. i.'hc tipi ai
S00 Walinnh. coin . .
10.10 Walianii, pfd ,\.
1000 Wilson and Co. .
5?0 WvMinehnuni' .
I 00 W'ef tern I'11 .on .
10SOO Willys-i >ver!and.
04 '0 While Motors
Total sales f
pfd
? 0111
.pfd
com
PM
com
pfd.
l oin..
S3^
I 54
304
10
804
' i:?a
504
1 S3
721
S3*
754
30 (
10
S04
4 01
>4
107
724
35
7H4
121
US
714
107 i
102
SGI
2i;
I0;
1?
1 1 1
73}
70J
[24
?r day. 1.3 7
23: 21
U,-; r,:.j
2.30O sh;
Low. Closlnir.
lild. Asked
Si? Ml S1J
V, V'>
304 2'1^
10 11; 4
7."
?I'
11.4
13g 182
2J1J 133
101
^4
4 :">fi
so4 so4
32
10S
VA
VA
107 i
102
SO'
1124 1124
1 I3{ 114
71 7J
21 i
40$
33
22 i
'?OA
1235
231
2001 2001
12'; 43
120 I 20
i i 0? iini
no
l'T.t
111.
74
701
!> .1 \
7 s
n-o:
1 "j:
111
102
is4
100
:t 1
1 33
23
4
S4"J
si:
107
70fc
3 4 I
4 21
404
?9i
105
371
S'24
10S
11 n 11.
71
20
M4
1 *'?
314
31
"I
42J
40 i
s:ti
10s
214
33
15
214
33 4
221
ll.s
71 a
135
I'M . . .
11 >.4 11-4 11
1074
1".!
lio;
ij
2 1;
7 I
234
'=24
? res
2:: |
11 hir.onj. V'j . A- ?
It rr.ai r.a : I li. r. ?v... ; ;
..f ? *UI? for < w.-ek * :*t;.rlc'
l<> the attlk''. til at is-M v. : ?? 11 I
|ir!i?? colli.:.1 -r.ilili l.:Kln" i |j ?'
'I tin pr). ? * * i'| I., in,..i.? ..il.
Strl ?'> ??'r.-ii, i.i
?uiii \it) :i
Extra vli il <? lit a v j r- I'
ll-.lion. To KI...-I -rri*. 1 i.-li
??. t'.jt in-,
C.i'-itnor t.? medium rt.-r
*?: to It.n :.<'i
</? O.l t I I ll'l.i I' ? <>\\, 11
Medium |i> com) row- . J
' '(.tumult lu inmlum m-v-. 7
? '."I poor ? ow* . .
rat rmoii'.ii !_'
"?(? ilium to K"'.ii i : .
? 'otiiiiion to medium ux-n . ..
Ka( outiher i,u. .? : i
M.'logna bulls . '? W i
I.IK- common lml< ?na bul' 7 ic '
? 'holer f?t h'lfrra, si- to 1 N
:!?. n'-iU It
Meoium to g ..oij hi:f.:i s.u
to ?.->< n.t ? :\'iv l. .
Common to medium 1.* 1. ?. .l--t
Or.oil corn-fed lir.gr. 16) Iba
.ml u;. IT~,St
'J 1 "-orr-fed hogr. i:? to
ll- .1." . ... ... i: n i: ,
i!-? (1 (?r>i-f?>l ;..v h i He I'. i
All Southern hoc* ??.III rubier to Insprc
I tlou and wh?n soft una oi.y
to jc or.
Oood Vlrclnla calves ... .. l.?. fli 11
Medium \ .mula ' ;ilvn . 1C a 1?
II. m Houlhtrn h 'o
M rill tl hi Southern calves 1 i l<;
lluui'h .itnl hvavy calven ..... n \??
?lor,u iain'u* . 1? V H
Medium lambs .. 1 . <: IT
r?l sheep 1' it II
Common io fair sheep * 'u ,
lop spring lambs. K c? nl?.
Ptrxli < i.\\ n snl i .i! vI* -. II.: IT ?
l"Ttr favorable for il! j.r 1 ? *. i!"
!>? nding prlntip.il]> on cut lltioii- am! re
r>l|ilit atlspwheri',
t(lTTO> MAIth liT.S.
NKW YOIIK. April 1? It. ports of ills
turlxil tlnuni lul condition* .n ,la;o*ti ur.< 1
tlint negutiallnnii for a ?ettleiii?-n: .?f w.ig
disputes in M^n-:hr-Hrr luivi -tn'?? ur?iH?-n i
on', wrrc i-onnlilcr.-il ..trv-y r> ??; ??i.i-.o.. lor
In. r?jir'ol on?r<iiKK In ill- ? otton imrn-t
h<-rr to.|?>. If anythlnK. w tn?? r ? otoli
tlor.a ..v?*r Sunday were niur. I.??.??l-!c
I It mi rxycCtcl. iintl an r.irly nilvanr..' vvm
foilnwnl liv it khurti t.r.sil: 1 ti i>rii.s with
M.iy filing off from ?J i". t>. 41 jl ami i ?, - >
tobrr from Si.Si to 3t.^>. l'lir i lone w.in
u f< w l.olnia up from the Ioucm on c-ov
rrlnjc, but Imrtiy otv.nly ut .? ni t .hi.
of 3. to 7* piiliitit on nil niontliK except
.lunr. whti h ?vu*? Il? ;>oiiita low.-r
Thr opi-nlnx war 14. point* lower to IJ'
potntK hlirhi-r with near months relatuply I
ea^y in aymjathy with i?jc I.iv.ri)....: !
culit^uf .\l?y recovrml to S.itur<lai'? ..os
Init Mcurer rl*ht after the ml whll- lat.-r
?I. livi-rlc* anlil al.out to polnln net
lusher on prlvaia r-potla of i.tlim in the
K?rtrrn lielt and reiievtcil tri. lu buyinK i
? The latter via le?? aellve Ihnn nceruiy. '
however, while the weather in.il> Mhvweil
I*k< rain than expeitv.!. ami whll* the
Kailrrii liolt lorr.-aat fi.r allow r- ivm un
favorable, prlrea liet nine w?-..U .luring The
| a.ftrrnooii. Iturnora we.-.: i .r. u itinir that
' Japan .*nli;l;t withilntw Kolii from i.Ms
country anil houves with Ws... Street con- i
ii.-clioi.Ti were ainont, tile mor- active |
rcllerr, eupputdtly oil the talk of tlithi -n- !
IriK money market con.lit luii*. an.I un.^et- {
tleil fore Ii; n alTair.i Active montha broke
xornu ti to !t> point* from Saturil.i v.s iio<
Inif IlKurei* with July >elilti?.' at Ut) ami
Ijei-rmber at iS.ia. in the late (rating. *rh
curler rulInK of May butn lore ami In N'. w
i ?'rieans w>a a fHctor on the iti . ilm- ami
?'?? uccompunle.l by rumor- that cotton
war 11.mini: here from the South for de
livery on contract.
1 Port rocelnt> ttday, -.S.7Ji: 1*. ,s port
rii-eljita. l.:'11.363. ?.\port>. I0.J7.'. niaklliK
L.4'Jl.s7C ao fur thlr xaiun.
llaiiKt- of cotton prker ?..day:
Open. Hijrh. L?ow. Clone, i
April ... ... tl I
? May 42 ft! t-.'i 41.ul ll.l.j
.'unc tl IM n f,\ i; us 4. ,
July fi.oi tn:.I||
i Au*u?t ZS.U> 34 ?7.V? ,
Sepii tuber .. :ri ,
Oi'iober ka'i 37.-'o 1?i i'ii .... i ?
November ' it 5<)
IJcermber ."U. u.' .i.. j.i :x, _m
Jiuitiitry 3i.l0 nil's :;?t> .in
February zi '<> H,7<? ,:i ??>
[ March 3t0i 31.31 3J W 33.;^
i Tort movement:
New York?Middling. tlTJ; export.-', 3a)i
?stocU. .'O.sSO
Minor port*?Slock. H,?27
Total today?Hecelpia. :'S,71'. exports, 10.
ii?.': stock, i.irn.ss
: .Total for week?necclpts. ?.01t: exports,
j
Total for season?rtecilpta. C,t7I.S'i>; cx
I porta. 5.435.liS.
N'lilV OHUCANS. April 19?Heavy nell
I'if and wldo reaction., downward featured
the tradlps In cotton today ami tho mar
ket was depressed almost from the open
ItiK for a >hort time In the early trail
I I'IK the market hesitated ami i-o.?. 1? to
j 33 points on private report* of rains in
; the central and eastern portions of the
; belt and on the forecust of more showers
i east of tho Mtxalnslnpl Klver. Presrture
, to ouy waa nyt pridonired and a little
; later the market turned decidedly easy
and the etielltCMr porslMcd to the clone,
W'hlch wa> practicall.s at the lowest levels
of tne day. fiS to to polntN under (he lina!
prices of I ant week. May clos-.l poln:?
up from tho lowest at 40.3S. bui otli. r
innnrhs showed no recovery in the !a-t
prl'reA
Much less rain fell In the belt over Sun
? day than was expected, and this was
I llle foundation for most of the seliliiK.
? I rivate reports told uI rain at a Krcatei
number of points than did the. official re
tiirnv, but In tho nml, the ohieiitl returns
j had the greater Influence.
I . V.1,11.^"0 '-'VK STOCK MARKET.
j /i'''".-lAOO. April?'I?^Cuttle: uncertainty
I r? KurdliiK the ability of roads to move
j shipment* Bast Is delaying trade: all
I whieh9 ?Sr?Wi10 i lower, exccntinu calves,
I nally *'ca<Jy: steers, 1J.OO&18.CO; noml
I rii'rtVfanoM,*?" ,,iK'?,"r: lilir nnckers not
partmpat|nit. eustern shipper.* active; lop
t,8shL^lk', u w: P'K". n.oofi i.vho
nrs' "ales steuily; asking
5I?5u wooled lam'o.n. II..".0: shorn
| yearlings weathers. IV); sheej>. wteaiiy.
i f-Vi'ti-'^vrir.0 VK>,N..AN" I'XODtlCG. '
! < IMC AGO, April 10?All dollvcrles of
corn, oats rye ?n.l barley .lumped "day
i if. Jl^w hl*h record prices for t r? - - season
Wet weuther likely to delay farm work
?*.? ,he ch,ff '?ullUh factor. <'loid?,\? Jiu'w
Mt h M,7y 'r'.", ?,n%"e',,'*}l-1,Ui t0 hlKher.
i ieri ,i., lo, un<l July \.&i u?
1,66V,. Oats gained to ju.. In nrovls
lons the outcome varied from 5 cciiia de
cline to 55 cents adviinre. J
?.;i? 1 ?c?rn ,lr*,ler? turned lo the buying
? de. and acted on (.pinions tilal the nn
WU0!?ir .r1''" WOul<! i;r"V0 a serious set
back to the sccnmulai on of huppIIcs here
and at other lil* terminals. T ilk of n
?i?r?K'>'0 n'. freight handlers tended
further to stimulate soeculutlve demnnd
for corn, and so too did perai^ient buyinJ
of wheat anil rve for export. A sham
: bulge In I he nrlce of harlev wan ,il? J
j com. Idem hie eHect In hel;,|htr lo Uft the
| value of corn and other gruln. The bar! v
I J"iV,ri" T"". (I'J? tn <t6rta on the part of
I anf.a* .lifi'JSr* i j"?llp'Pnle any supreme
I a-0ur? (j^rjvirio In ?i\vor hrcwoi ^
, Oats woro enpccUIIy KonHMIvo ti rcnorh
dial seeding would ha hlnder-d l.y the
prevailing tvrathcr. It was said r.e crop
was a ready two weeks behind liana. P
1 amlhliK?"" ftVOraCed h,*hnr With ffraln
i lm.u? ran?ed follow*:
I )./iJ.MAT~PutuI?" ,,ot onoiod.
i 8??l?mber V i.W l.??4 U)
!:?>?.??
3T*,
V)
....... 2Mri ?) ?i
ii.M ::.r,
"brr .. 11 si 3)
- f?> it u.
UK II.HON1) lilUI.N -MAltKKT.
.. uuJecaltf L'Untattniia on 'Cornice
Richmond. V i , Ai.ru 19
WHEAT.
??rnnrnt control.
?"'? , CORN
Will* ?- c.
3 wh? ? * V
?i mi.iV.! ... h
, ??"*?*. I.au ? ? 1 ?; ., ,
ri;rr ? i ?i
UA ? lM
J. ???*;;; <! i i?
0."? - white , ..
No 3 white ^ ,
' iir l.ou: ltvK
No 2 ,rJi Nominal
Vlffinii k.? V'.' Nominal
cV'o't'iT ,K HA'y,
?N'O. I timothy ' ft ,,
? uiidird utr.othy f,
No. : timothy ;;; ? Oj ^ ucv
} Ul1?.lhr ; fl <l v>
\ I ? c,ov?!'- mixed.. ft u on
v . ">!**<! ft 41 SO
rj?vcr. raUrJ it 4i
No. l ?lover Ii ;;
No. _? clover If J., rn
!idinpl? llay. "
rttraw?Crmiprrsjed & JS w
S'om'l ni1'''
Sr- SS8
',^1;"Lturr- , ?nrlnr i, i?
"ru,:- ?!'?'"? v :: L &w
PRODUCE MARKETS.
COFPEF
??', r.'? r.m"! iu" condlll?n? become i.ormn!
In ih.. m # responsible for ?d van com
llv -i-?"?" for cofIe? future* here to
M .y hut K.'nW uTv Wi", 1 ?n
,, | J,1 K? '''.r.iilj 1 to 6 potn^ hlrh^r
u" tS 'Nidation May ?old
< ".inc oun??ipo llli Bbove Saturday'!*
I ^lU' December ud*
<' ni- 7^-1 "r 34 net hicli.-r
the .t.^ *l lhr '>?*t point of
, .. * >howIiiK ?i n?t ad varir?* of ui
iV K Ln.,JL? A??rl?- !'??: Ma" , li si: July
< ? -Aii< r 'iV/1 *ir' October. H.SO; Ue
i Jl5, J?nuary H.M; March. 14 M>
. HI!', <n.ltCc. firmer. Hlo 7* liu- J..
Jr* "J V 1 'l Jfc snorted that jo'nie . of
ii. ,. ..i.'!11' "hipped from here by boat
rmtlo.,? Ti? K2Jl,U- ^Ul o.,iy u /ewde","'
!- 1liu ?ni I(f"phii I^n?i ""H" roflee
11u, Li .? Philadelphia by motor
inontlr for" ? relBht ottnr* were
d""?rib^.t ?u?.He ,*!upmcJ"t ineludlnc well
. ?t as t.. as i'on
'"i 1 r<?;' !? and Kio "h at lt.M
o; -riWn tilers
I 'm P Santoy futures M rel< hiche'r
'M f,;?
e' lilti. /'wo. receU"
<-^:U^?,lhiB!r"?rke'1Ut0,'eiuV.
?f?? >v.As SrVe&tf
tJ?U7? were apparently nyt willing
l,,P n.fiZr.r 1SM,C- 'i10 lus' prltci paid
*.v. ri UiiecJ one rcfln?r advanced H1r Ii<??
?i to .,hu ha*lK of 17SO for in.!
from 17 Jo io'il'-rt I'uot?"oti.s now ranKlni,
Vx!
re-'uli'i-'1 |'.y ^" J"^1 "V'lleIIv?rles* to?Their
nUiai i lt> und near-by cuHtunior-s whii^i
te =!;i ?nxi- :
hlv he'"early*, b'ut Ihe'ro'w.V'^ "h? an."
reai""lnL-Unmf 0,0 Hf,tcr"00" under heavy I
tatlonx cQ *o *100r pdo'lmo ^nol* lower"5 "U?'
vo^W.^t0nseeJ oll
g?SurV7roS,ntearfe %d^3el-y US
,r?urS
wJt ? i-i? " net lower. Salen -
li.trrels. Prime crude iiior* ?
i?5faI"n?r, jellotv spot, 1^00^19 00
553^! sasrsuftt
M.iniH. t i^un rice, .steudv; sa? e.i: HuniiiilaV
iioekelts lS*a l? 16.: Dlue n?at- 3.SS6
', ' ,1JS: ,U*rolina. Cou iioe.4
cclpt-i i ??7 "n an unchanged; re
MIStEI.L.VXEOlS MARKETS.
DRY GOODS.
it iv u\ r* At)r'i' ,9-"Cotton Rooua to
.!?;?? f ri" fteady and yarns firmer In spin
nets ootid". !luw aiflt was stonily on a
wtiw Wi,h"ij'h I>ress Kood.< wore more
aotlve with Jobbc^. Burlaps were tinner.
NAVAL STORES.
-t'f.1 v yiy? VJJi1 'li- -A,Apr" ." -Turpcntlno.
?ce:pt?. .VW; ship.
YORK CURD .MARKET.
OrtK.. ^Viirll IS."Without apparent
reason and with no particularly unfavor
able devc.opniunlx tha market for out-dde
t.ei'urlt!es suffered a decidcd numu hoon
n.ler i.ilddiiy. the Isnues affected ?i>rood.
Inif over a fairly considerable list, tlen
i;rnl Asphalt was the chief victim, with n
o? Saturdflv polnU fo>m ,hc closln;; li ve!
.Stuta Motors aol.l ehlorty at ;i? with ono
tranNactlon nt ij). a now high rocord
Tunes Suuare Automobile was J polntn
?.Xn- ,Vnl,<><1 Picture* was steady.
I ho oils wero hard hit w|th Texan Coin,
tinny nearly J points off. representing a
1111 jifi 1 Pi,ni', the old KtorI<, Houston
i. 1 "O'jj 3 point*. Texas Pacific t:oni
pohitii W*8 "n cxcept'on l>e!nK up 2
The minincr flharc? v/ere weak and with
out special feature.
Curb li*i hid and asked:
AiViert ^pl.0Mr7..^
^aA5lfr!?f.M?.:::: lug -L
K/.doral oil 32)5 111
1h8 'Ii
?V'-troii. 4:?fi 11;
mi.j-Wis! p.enninn . :ui
.''"Jlhwrjl (HI t, ''
Tinu* ftimpcr 1 ? ;i?
Victoria o!i. new M.|
AI! a n t it t, ;(
Jtlir Itiiln l-K.? *1
Uoaton Montana ?".) ft
i "< n> Ar.'n'lr.u.
C .Mft.- ?! Coi ?
.I'Jntlio Kx ?? -anion t.
McKlnV.. I>urrni;h
it' \ "
*\ .
tnh Ext
"inn
il.iril;:'.
II.
'hr. Morrln
jrd PHrf'
T?i
a i
{'land r.ij ft * ??a
ji?? Petroleum
':>??*; a**
'r-"' ???? It t* 4".
S?:>ii.t>a ... .'.K^r *.V.
Slrnmit >,
Sinn;.in .. .. * y. ??, "
wiiif
I'rli -Amn. Tub., nrw., 2l:*i*j 2I\
N. A Pulp ?n l Paper . r.?, i l\
A \V I'HTIfr '>ll| 1 n
Toll Pr< il ICxnortH Ji; f |s
Standard Oil i>f N. Y... 414 41'J
;\n2-? X n :k
M'-rr It ,;t jul
Mt.l \V..?t Ilf*. :cn ?: j'..*
Marland 4'ifi
int. ivtro. new u tj 4/1
Ilcil t'roaa Supplier Humeri.
SA1><?.\IKJ. April 19.?American
Keel < 'rof.s ?u]>i>H?s en route from
-M ir.-jellies to Constant inopi.- have
been destroyed in the burning of the
jvtearner Iteye. which caught lire in
the harbor here. The nhlj? was a
total loss.
IfOTKLK AND ItKSOKTS
Hotel
Bretton Hall
Broadway, 85th (o SGtli SU j
Subway Station tit HGtli Street Corner,
SEW VOHK.
I-vsext aud Most Attractive .Mid I own
Hotel. Convenient to All Shop*
and Theater*.
Ait the Comforts and Advantages the
Ileal New York City Hotels at
Attractive Itiitea.
TRANSIENT KATES CO It EITHER ONE
oh nvo PERSONS.
ltOOMS WITH PRIVATE 11ATII,
to I'KR I>.\ Y CP.
Parlor. Bedroom and Hath, }7 Per Day Cp
K EST A C It A NT OK HIGHEST STANDARD
AT ATTItACTIVE PR1CEM
m*
HSJolwtt
A hotel w'th oil the metropolitan
luxury so attractive to the out-of-town
visitor to New York, and nil the homey
ntraosphere so desirable to every traveler.
Two blocks from the Pennsylvania
Station. Only a few minutes from Grand
Central Terminal. Ia the heart of New
York's theatre and shopping districts.
EsprcMty desirable to women visiting
A'ew Vork unescorted.
THIRTY FIRST STREET
BY FIFTH AVENUE
NEW YORK
GOVERNMENT LOST OVER
Drtlrinicy (ironing Out of I Vrtonil
Control llraciict] Total of
* I, i 20,000,000.
. ....L!1'' A?i?cliil?l Prenyl
W ASIIINGTON*. AI > -11 ID.?Tola)
tin: government growing out
"? r floral control of t lie railroaoM
u.m ? st imateo tod."\y by the House
Appropriations <'ominlitec at mor*
than Sl.12U.o00.fioi>. This Includes the
000,000 estimated as KUJianUe.s
ic t ho roads under the term* of the
transportation net.
Th' actual loss during the t? onty
?mn months of active government
ontrol was placed at *'J04.000.00".
Tli<- committer pointed out that the
novo: ninen t had loaned ISCJ.O0U.0O0
!?> tin- roads and said th.it since much
'?f this went to weikcr lines to pre
vent receiverahIps durintr Federal
operation, all of tit la . mini j>roi>at?ly
wculd rtot he recovered
deduction of ?3o.o00.000 in th
M.' 0.000.0(0 asked h.r the railroad
administration to wind up it.-* affairs
was m.'de today by the Mouse Ap
propriations Committee. The new
appropriation would bring the total
nf funds granted the riilroad a'ltnin
.<r ration to $1 ."SO.OOO.OOO.
? ?finpletln gthe crne-'gcncy defici
ency appropriation bill, the commit
tee proposed a Hat appropriation of
I300.000.00o for the administration
>nil recommended that the Treasury
Department be authorized to pur
chase {'.to.000.000 winth of Uihcriy
tjonds held ?by the admlnimration.
"LET THE IRISH SETTLE
THEIR OWN QUARRELS"
Till* I* tlie AUrlcr of Kir Auckland
ticdde*, Ilrltl.nti Aniliusnador. on
Arrival In New Yorli.
illy Associated I'reBol
XKW VOliK, April 1!?. ? Deolnrittg
that in this generation there Is no
?l?i.?rrol between Kngiand and Ire
' a ltd Sir Auckland Ceddes. new Brit
ish ambassador to the. United States,
. sserted on his arrival hero today
that the Irish In Ireland should he
allowed to grapple with their own
political difficulties without outside
i :i ? erferer.ee.
Asserting that It takes two to
make a quarrel, and that the pre:'
? tit ci iteration >f Kngllshmen ha e
f eadTaatly refused to quarrel with
Ireland, he Hold when the new hoine
111*?? bill U'coiti'.'n operative it will be
the duty ol all Hritish subjects who
are not domiciled In Ireland to stand
as.de and leave those who live there
to solve their problem.
"I venture to odd." Sir Auckland
. oii'.itiifd. "that it will also be help
u. if the many in ail parts of the
?v ,>rl<J who are not Itrltish subjects,
but ir? interested in Ireland, like
wise stand aside and leave the Irish
to grapple with their own political
dillicui ties."
?S>r Auckland, accompanied by l?~dy
Cf-ddis. .J .1. IJroderirk, commercial
counselor of the embassy, and Cap
tain J. Henry. A. I' Craves and
\V. j' Hawkins. embassy attaches,
were mot at Quarantine 'by Honald
Mndsny, "barge d'affaires of the
r.iitfh embassy, and Conaul-Cenera 1
Armstrong, of New York. They were,
taken from the steamer Kalaerln
Auguste Victoria, on which they
made the voyage, by s. eojat guar.1
c.itter and landed at the Uattery,
whence they were driven to the
Pennsylvania Station. They left at
once for Washington.
! Barnes Safe and Vault Co.
1210 Knot Main Street,
nobt. II. Borne*. Prop, and Mgr.
STOCKS AND BONDS
Inactive and unllatrd securities.
Inoutriru Invited.
CASK1E C. BURCH & CO.
1010 K. Main St. > Madlnon 360.
SAFES
L. N. Cook Safe & Lock Co.
807 East Franklin Street.
Richmond, Va.
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Casualty
Agents
Work hard against keen com
petition. When obliged to
handle claims valuable ttmo
Is diverted from production.
Claim service through this
office relieves the Agent and
satisfies the assured.
R. L. NASE
ADJUSTER,
1110 Mutual Building.
G U N'^PXf A'N CH O R
i
Passenger and Freight Services
Mauretunia ...Now York to Cherbourg and Southampton Apr. 2-1 j
K. A. Victoria . . Now York " Queon.Htu\vn and Liverpool Apr. 2-1 '
CarnianJu New York " (jucensown and Liverpool May to i
Vnuhan New York " Liverpool May IS,
Royal George. .New York " Plymouth, Cherbourg & South'p'n. .May 10 ;
Mauretunia ...New York " Cherbourg and Southampton May 22
Caronla New York ?' Plymouth, Cherbourg and London..May 22
Columbia ....New York " Londonderry and Glasgow May 22
K. A. Victoria.. New Yorl: M Liverpool May 20
Vestris New York " Liverpool June 1 <>
Imperator . . . .Now York " Cherbourg and Southampton June 10
Royal Georgo. .New York " Pymnuth, Cherbourg & South'p'n. .Juno 2ft'
Caronla Now York " Plymouth and Cherbourg June 20 I
Columbia New York " 1/ondondorry and Glasgow July it
Mauretania ... New York " Cherbourg and Southampton July ft;
For Later Sailings Apply to
517 14th Street, N. \V., Washington, I\ C. \
i The Richmond Transfer Company !j
I Foreign Steamship Agents All Lines, Tours and Cruises j|
;> To California, Hawaii, Japan, China, Bermuda. West Indies, South I;
America, Europe, and tho Battlefields. j;
ij; Representing American Express Company, Raymond & Whitcomb !|
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!; Limousines, Sodana, Touring Curs. Daggage checked from residence <!
;? to destination of railroad ticket. Relief shipments handled for!;
? Europe. , |j
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GOVERNOR KILBY SAYS HE
WOULD DEPORT DE VALERA
Alnbniiiit Ktrrullvr Olijrcli Kmplinti
rull; (<> Sinn I'Vln AcKntor
Ullhln ( nltcU State*.
Mi>NTfJl>.\lKitV. ALA., April I !?.?"l
would unheHltiitlnitl> <?r?l?rr ihr <!??
pcrtatlon of Kamoiiii do Vulor.i with
t.ut delay," was a tors# sentence fr->n>
a letter of Governor Thomas K. Kllby,
to ('r.imton Harris, commander of th?
I ilrmiiifr'iat" Post, American Legion.
out hero tonight, after a 1:0111 -
mlttec of tit roe had presented reso
lutions ado|>ted by thai organization,
asking the Governor to publicly s?r??
claim the Irish "president" persona
non grata in Ala'jatna.
"So far a* my information room.
there hax liccn no reconnit Ion of an
Irish republic by the itnlted Stuti?,"i
Kavs the Governor. "Personally, 1
believe that t'tis |>Mi:ritna^e <>t" 1 >?*
Valera. and Ills -inn i'em propaganda
should have lotijr ?ko received the
Mtteritlon of the State Department at
Washington.
"Sinn Fein agitation hero haf al
leady rrruited I ? 1 serious misunder
standing between the pconlc of the
Cnlted Slates ind rCuglami. our ally
In the world war it is hard t.i uu?
derstnnd how a patriotic American
could continue this agitation as it
ban been conducted, within recent
months, were in not seriously misled
in his r.eal for a cause which Involves'
the internal affairs of a friendly na
tion."
MANY ARE CONVICTED
UNDER THE LEVER ACT
Department of Justice IteiiortM Ovrr
2IW ArrrNlH on I'rolltrer
Snsr Charge.
WASHINGTON, April lit.?investi
gation of profiteering within lite
meaning <>t the Lever food control net
will be completed within thirty days.
James River Farm
For Sale
The undersigned owns one of the
best farms on I'pper James Hiver. i
about 1,000 acres. Mouse said to I
have been bulli in 17:12 and in splen
did preservation. 15l> acres of low
grounds. 250 acres second low
ground. Magnificent view. One
hour and a half front Richmond by
auto. Circn[instances require ' thut 1
move to city.
If thin ad reach.** the eye of a
gentleman who desires a fine coun
try estate, write direct ic the owner.
Address
OWNKIt. Box L.-740,
Care Timet)-1 dispatch,
Itlchinond. Va.
Established
Public Utility
Gciicrul Morlgagc 7%
Montis
Due Itt'-M
These bonds of the Motion
gahela Valley Traction Com
pany are offered at
00 Ja and interest, yielding
SV4
"o
Comi>>te circular unon renurt.1
for KT-'.'OU
The National City
Company
Correspondent Otflce* In over 50
Citlen.
It icbnioinl?K. II ntn St.
Telephone?Madison 3436
RAILROAD SCHEDULES
Arrival* and Departures of Passenger Trains
(Daily, unlets otherwise shown) published
only as Information and not guaranteed.
f Daily except Sunday. { Sunday only.
ATLANTIC COAST LINE RAILROAD
(Broad Street Station)
Arrive from Leave for
0.55 pm. .P'b'gA NAWEast 4 West 5:55 am
6:05 am...South 7:45am
It :45 am.. Poternburg A Norfolk.... 8:50 am
8:00am..Petersburg A NAW West 9:20 am I
7:25 pm.. Petersburg A NAW West 1:30 pm '
7:25pm..Petersburg A Norfolk 3:05 pin i
t2:20pm..Pnyettevillc A Goldsboro 13:50 pm }
Petersburg A NAW East 5:30 pm i
7:50 pm..South 6:40pm 1
? t2:20pm..Petersburg A NAW West 0:40 pm 1
7:25pm..Petersburg A NAW West 9:25pm !
12:10pm..South 12:20 nt
8:30am..Petersburg
1l2:S0pin. .Petersburg
8:20pm. .Petersburg
? On Sundays arrive 2:10 pm.
CHESAPEAKE & OHIO RAILWAY
(Main Street Station)
Arrive from Leavefor
7:45 pm. .Charlotteaviilo 7:25 ami
8:20 pm. .Newport News Local 7:30 am!
11:50am .Norfolk 9:00am (
3:50pm. .Jamas Ilivor Line 10:00am I
8:20pm. .Norfolk 12:00 on |
8:30 am. .Cincinnati A l-ouisvillo.. 1:00 pm |
<1:50pm. .Norfolk 4:00pm 1
t8:4l) am. .Lynchburg t.V15 pm i
f9.55 am. .Charlottesville 15:15 pm 1
9:45 nm..Old Point I^cal 5:20 pm
3:45 pm. .Cincinnati A Louisville... 9:30 pm ,
RICHMOND FR E D'SBO & POTOMAC R. R. i
(Broad Street Station, cicopt whero
otherwise Indicated)
Arrive from T.oavefor|
7:10am..Woabing ton A beyond ... M6:05am;
Ml:20pm. .Washing ton A beyond.... 0:20am 1
18:20 am.. Ashland Ixicai 16:30 am
11:84atn..Washington Loral 8:30am!
2:30 pm. .Washington A beyond.... M3:45am
8:25 pm. .Washington A beyond.... 12:01 pin
X8:30 pm..Washington A beyond.... 12:20pm'
Mil :20pm..Washington A beyond.... 3:45pm
0:15pm.Washington Local 3:50pm
f8:10 am.. Ashland 1 -oca! 14:30pm,
8:35 tun..Fredericksburg Local [
16:15 pm. .Ashland Local 16:35pm'
12:10nt....Washington A beyond.... M7:00pm
Washington A beyond. .. 8:15pm
M Main Streot. elation.
X Arrives Main St. Station, parlor car from
?Vaaliington ia detaohed at Hermitage and handled
?nto Broad St. Station; arrixing 8:20 pm.
SEABOARD AIR LINE RAILWAY^
(Main Street Station )
Arrivofrom Ixavefor
7:05pm. .Norlina 0:00am
8:35am. .Atlanta & Birmingham.. 1:30pm
6:55 am. .Florida 1:30 pm
6:45pm..Atlanta A Birmingham.. 8:45pm
6:45 pm. .Florida.., 11:35pm
SOUTHERN RAILWAY
(Main Street Station)
Arrive from v Leavefor
1:40pm..Danville A Durhntn 7:45am
7:10am..Atlanta A Birmingham.. 3:45pm
18:40am.. Koysville 16:00pm
10:0Spm..Ajhevillu A NewOrlnane. 11:00pm
York River Lino
0:40am..West Point 7:50m?
5:35pm..Weit Point 4:15pm
YS;45am..Baltimore. 15:10pm ,
Y Daily oicrpt Monday.
CONSOLIDATED CITY TICKET OFFICES
8J0 B. Main Street Phone Randolph 424 !
Norfolk & Western Ry.
I.cave Urond .Street Station Daily
For Norfolk 5:5f. A. M.. 8:50 A. M..
3:05 P. M., 5:30 P. M. For the'West.
5:65 A. M.. 9:20 A. .M.. 1:30 1\ M., 8:40
P, M.. 9:25 P. M. Arrive front Nor
folk. 11:45 A. M., 7:25 P. M., 9:55 P.
M.; from th? West. 8:00 A. M.. 8:80
P.' M?17:25 p. M . 0:55 P. M, Oltlco,
8JC Icnat Main tttreot. Phono Madl
aon 116,
!>y Dejiarttm'iit of Jiifticc. Howard i
!?:. I-'Ikk. special assistant to the At- i
tonioy.i.lciK'ral today told a Konntc j
ooiiunlttefc investigating shoe prices.
Prosecutions will follow where the
facts disclosed warrant action, ho
uald.
Approximately U00 arrest* have
made in the Kovernnienl'n catnpuign
against Increasing prlcc#. Mr. Kigg
.'-aid. and of tliot'e casta brought to;
trial, aboil! sj ju-r rout had resulted
in eonvictlonn.
I . >. flltct IT ?<>I KT or AI'I'KAI.S.
Tho t 1%? tr>?1 State* *'lre?llt Oourt Aj>
:" n- Mi.oiK'<l y??Ht?r?lay morning a*
with tie following Judsfn
He) ? >ttii? l.? >:i i ? ? ih1.< in'< . (?..-. uit .liiit/CM
I l" I'rft ii r.l. .if A )i. vll>, N. <? . nnl
t'harles A W-Mifls. of M.trlon. S f; |JI*
trli i .I'j'li;- -?:? li?k *' It;' ??, ?? f Ita'tluiorc.
M?l . O.-U <'i.i?i(l? M t>mi iiml l.'nited
Stat"* Mar>h'il John (! .Shuih1>t<.
("< ii-t .tiinoiit .-il ?n<! hnii(!>><l ilnv.i Im
'plnl.'n In the fttllowlni;
? u ?u i ? .
No. 1707. I'asonl* Claflrcllnl. plaintiff ?'?
"rrnr, v.. !h< I nttvl HtatrK of Atnerlra.
ilff.'ndunt in "rror. orror to th? -t
?'ourt at Charleston. \V. Vtt. Opinion l>y
Ju<)k" l'rlti-har?J. All! nurd.
i'uh" In ojll to'lay.
No 1791. l-'lilfllt/ iintl Depoult Coni?"
l>uny ,if MiiryUiul. i>!ul?itl.T In error, vs.
Il.iuU vt t'liarlmiuti. Xalluiml ltanklnu Ai?
iiuinTi ?!. fMi.l tnt in ??rror: 'T'or to tln>
IHitrt-'t Court nl Charleston. H. C To l??
ii-Ku-'.l !>>? 51*<<rii. Nathan* ami Slnklvr. of
Charleston. s. for th>- i?iaintin in error,
? n<l liy Mitchell and Smith ami
I*. II. Iforlli'M'li. of Churlcxton. S. C,. for
till. 'I> lit In error.
Coum n'ljinirii it until thl* mornlnK at
1")::10 oVIo.k
S.'.OOn.000.00 In huilditlC?
improvement Woxt Itlchtnond l?y otiu
??Ktitractlim firm uloii*. n>'iir tin- f'ary
TIs valnahl- property at
;iii. tlo:i Thursday. April 2'.'. 2:30 I'. M.
Tlie eliotr-em <if huim< Kites ut yotir
prioo. Property values hero ar?j
? ilmliintt fast. Visualize Iho future.
This is .i l>lc npiioriiinlty. Sal?> omi
<lt:<.-Ti*il hy Atlanti)' ("oast Healty Co..
IVt'TslturiT. Vj. I?, v. Whttchurat &
Co.. 1011 Hast .Main Street. I.oeai Hop*
rosunta tlv?s, ItUhwoiid.?Adv.
, i, , ~t~i ? t -n. i- ?- -i n ir t mr m- ? ? rt m r* <ir ^
j SAFE, PAYING INVESTMENTS j
Atlanta Real IOstnte valuer arc safe, sound and the increase is
steady and consistent. j
Become an owner of a first mortgage and collect your six or seven >j
>: per cent interest regularly. )
We can place your money with absolute safety. We have never '
i1 had a foreclosure.
i Forrest and George Adair !
?' Established 1805 [<
J Healoy Iluildinpj, Atlanta, CJa. >'
i >jr <f v i?'l vw >i"i' u1 wn ? j v c 'r-ro ^ i
- rumi ? ft <+ m ii n f> r> * <n a a ? r> a r? <
We ar? maklnir npnrUl <Ie!lvt<m! t.rlco*. car lot i;uantltlc9.
COTTONSEED MEAL
COTTONSEED HULLS
Who or write us it once for priccs?we can
aave you money.
I'roisipi April, Mny Shipment*.
Taylor Commission Co.
f'ottoimred I'rciilurlii?l'>r(lllifr MnlrrlnlH
Ilctilry IIIiIk. ATLASTA. OA.
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| To Justify Our Existence |
b we must serve our community to a greater and better
degree every day, just as must the worth-while
citizen.
May we have the opportunity of serving you?
| The Union Bank of Richmond si
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g 1104 EAST MAIN STREET. jjj
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i When Any One Offers You |
o More than the legal rate of interest for a quiet
s investment?just the use of your money?know
8 that he is no friend of yours or your family.
| The 6% First Mortgage House of
| Pollard & Bagby, Inc.
?900006009090090000009000!
Liberty Bonds
Bought and Sold
'y J AT MARKET TRICES .&S80ti
Old Dominion Trust Co.
Safest Executor.
Capital and Surplus, $2,000,000.
flr/o Paid oil Savings Accounts.
000 East Main St. Richmond, Va.
The Penalty of
Procrastination
?falls upon the widow and heirs rather
than upon the man who delays making a
timely will.
Probably tbe few moments it requires of
you today to sign and file a sound will may
be lengthened into months, perhaps years,
of waiting for those won wish to benefit by
your estate.
Thoughtful is the man and thankful are
the heirs to him who has named the Rich
mond Trust Company its executor and
trustee.
piCHMONDTRUST QQ)
rt Seventh and Main.

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