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Financial News-New York and Local Stocks-Bond, Curb and Produce Markets
Holland Says France and England Have Great Resources. "Great Britain possesses vast po tential resources and so do the other, nations ot Europe, especially France. ] Nevertheless the conditions over there are far more chaotic and the situation seems to be to a greater degree de- , moral lied than the people of the. United States realize." In these words one of the ablest of American Industrial leaders who has recently returned from a visit to Europe, summar.zed today the situation as he -found it. He seemed to be. partially , at least, m agreement with the some- , what startling statement which was made by Frank A. \ anderlip after Mr Vanderlip's return from Europe. He did not agree fully with Mr. \ an derlip s .view and he says that the potential resources of these ""Ions are so great that they car.not prop erly be called bankrupt. } He did Intimate that if representa tive Americans who have recently. visited Great Britain and Europe i were to speak as freely and frankly a? Mr. Vanderlip did, then there ' would he even greater amazement in the T'nlted States th*n that which was occasioned by Mr. \ anderlip s homecoming address. Th* situation in Great Britain) and in Europe is of the ereatestj Importance to the Tnited Stat?s be cause without the expected aid ' from this country chaos and con-, fusion will he lone continue*. lt| Is with these conditions that the, teen of industry, finance and com- ; fcero in the United States must ?eal if there is to be adequate as sistance clven to the nations which. need our aid. The industrial tender Wio made the brief summary with vshich thist rr-port begins has spent the greater part of three months in Great Britain and In Europe ?'h>n the United States entered i-'_> the war' h.- was summoned to Washington, so that he might serve the govern- . ment in one of the important in-i dustrial departments which was created to facilitate the movement, across the sea of certain commodl-j "^tles which were vital to the sue-, cess of the allied cause. Shortly! after the armistice was signed he went to Europe for the purpose ot making personal investigation and ? of meeting the large number of I men of his acquaintance who are. Influential in commerce, finance | and industry in the nations that | have been at war. ! ^Vhat Is the Matter wit* England r This roan has letumed to the United States If not deeply concerned, at least greatly impressed with the seri ous situation as it now exists in Great Britain. The people of the United States do not understand what the situation Is- They have 110 compre hension of the responsibilities which ?re now upon Lloyd George and the difficulties which arc now before him ?some of them quite as great as those which existed when the war was in progress ... This American industrial leader summarised under four heads the sit uation as It now exists in Great Brit ain. First Is the labor situation. Second is the coal situation. Third, the merchant marine situation and fourth, the financial situation which, If It Is to be fully met. will call for greater exertion and more skil ful handling than was the case at the time the armies of Great Britain ire re fighting those of Germanv The labor situation and the future of the relation of labor to indnatry I ere in hie view perhaps the moat j important of the conditions now ex isting in Great Britain. First of all. j the labor unions, whose members now fully understand the power of num bers, are breaking away from the leadership of the intelligent men whD have done so much for the cause of labor in Great Britain, but who no*' realize that the system which they created la likely to prove a veritable '?Frankenstein." The labor union leaders cannot control the uniona. Numbers are doing that, and not sin gle leadership. The result of this * change may prove a serious obstacle in the way of England a regaining her former aupremacy in world com ; merce and in some departments of | industry. This American industrial leader, from whom these View8 are obtlined' and who received hie information at j flrat hand in Great Britain, apoke with emphasis of the fact that the 1 workingmen of Great Britain will | never consent to accept employment at the rate of wages which prevailed before the European war began. Prior to 1914 labor in England was | ubout us cheap aa in any civilised coantry in the world. Almost as cheap, at least in certain lines, as was the labor of the Far East. In this way England found it possible to undersell the rest of the world i in many 6t the marketa of the world. > They Won't C.o Back. Now, understanding their power and j the weight of their numbers, the in dustrial workers of England will never consent to accept a payroll unless it ia similar in its payments to the pay rolls which have been established aince the war began. They are sure to de mand preaent-day wages, perhaps shorter hours, and may hereafter in-1 crease 'their demanda. ; It i8 a stupendoua problem, and Eng-i liahmen are particularly to blame for. the fact that they are now compelled ' to face it and to try to aolve it. It containa certain features which must be considered by the American lead-1 ers who are willing and even anxious! to assist Great Britain, but would like to have a better understanding of what I the relation labor in Great Britain to; capital hereafter is to be. v\ hat the Soldiers Hay. Indirectly at least. in fact almost! directly, associated with this labor situation is the relation of the! armies of Great Britain that have ? returned from the battlefields. At j one time the armies numbered 7.000. 000. There are between 5.000.000 and 6.000.000 who have returned. These soldiers almost to a man say. "For four years we have borne all the hardships of the war. We have lain in the trenches night and day. We have faced the Huns and never faltered. Many who went out with I us made the supreme sacrifice. We! have done all that was expected ofl us and more. We who remain have done our share. Now having done I our share we resent any propoaition I to tax us or to make us pay at home I any of the expenses occasioned by the war. Let the wealth meet these) expenses. Let us have remunerative j employment but let us be spared > taxation. The rich who did not go to war and the others who made a great deal of money while the war lasted should be called upon to pay* the expenses and to meet the bur dens which England now finds it necessary to bear. Not us. Leave us out." This sentiment the American lead er s-ays is practicaliy unanimously held by all the soldiers. It must be recosrnized by the statesmen or! Great Britain and the parliament.) It also involves either th^ support i of the returned soldieis by direct p-overnment aid or els** th*? finding; of employment for them that is con- ? genial and that will pay the high prevailing rates of wages. This Is' one of the factors in the English situation of which this American in dustrial leader has good under standing and which he has been ex plaining to his friends. The other points to which -h* made reference will be reported hereafter in ?his column. HOLLAND. NEW YORK STOCK MARKET QUOTATIONS Sale*. Stocks. 1JA Ajax Rubber ./ um 100 Ad*. Rumely 53 Ad* Kimely p< 744 4700 Alaska Juneau 3S 28C0 Allia-Chalmera 48 , 100 Allia-Chalmert pf 100% jJOO American Beet Sugar 90 30300 American Canning 61 Ameriaan Canning pf 3400 American Car A Foundry... HO1* <100 American Cotton Oil 07% 300 American Drtig Synd^ate... 134 3000 American Hide * Leather.. 334 1100 American Hide & Lea. pf.. 139% COO Aiucrfcau Ico ^... 744 1WCO Amcrlaan Interna. Oorpn.. 1144 fcv American Unsold SOU 2D>! American Looomotire 924 1100 American Smelter 884 7-U) Ameriaan Steel Foundries . 454 jttX) Ameriaan Su^ar 1384 4l? American Sumatra 1134 liDO American Tel. A Tel....... 104 900 Amtrican Tobacco 215 2j00 American Woolen 124 :0?00 American Zinc 34 1100 Aii-erican Zinc i>f 644 1?0) American Writ. Papor pf.. 68 22700 Anaconda 70S 1300 Aasoaated Dry Goods 574 M0 Associated Oil 02 1600 Atchison 1014 400 All.. Gulf A. West Indies.. 177 46TOO I laid win Loootnotite 1134 a200 Baltimore A Ohio 454 100 Baltimore & Ofcio pf >64 5100 Buret! Co 1414 ,r.?t?'pil*s Mining 0100 Btthlehem St ml Claaa B... ?4 2000 Bethlehem Steel 8 pet. pf.. 112 1000 Bootli Fisheries 214 23)0 brookUn Rapid Transit.... 294 Brown Shoe 4409 Brunswick Terminal 10*4 1000 Buina Brothers 1574 32DO Butte Copper A Zinc. 1134 2aft) Butte A Superior 304 Buttericfc Pub 1JOO CaJ*fomia Packing 724 000 California Petroleum 304 100 California Petroleum pf? 81 700 Canadian Pacific 168 2300 Central Foundry 374 . 500 Central Foondry pf 66** 11300 Central Leather P2u0 l'? rro de !*asoo 60(0 Chesapeake A Ohio ?'/0 Cliicago. Mil. & St. Paul.. 34CO Chicago A Nortbwertera . .. 1200 Clucago. R. I. A Pacific. 100 Chi.. R. I. A Pac 6 pi. pf 100 Chi., R. I. A Paa 7 poL pf ?5fC?> Chile Copper 204 IT? Cbino Copper 494 11900 Colorado Fuel 544 7j00 Columbia Gas 04 10GO Com Products 91 Corp. I*roducta pf 47MCO Crucible Steel IS 100 Cuban Cane Sugar pf *4 3800 Denver A Rio Grande J54 5600 Demer & Rio Grande p' ? 34 Dome Minea 144 23)6 FJk Horn Coal 344 flDO ttie Railroad 1*4 1?>0 Kne 1st pf .. 324 400 Fisher Rody ^ 84 3100 Gaston W A W 3*4 40&) (General Cigars 81 23)0 Central Electric 1714 3T4J0 General Motor 235 1**00 Goodrich Rubber Co 874 300 Great Northern pf 964 73100 Great Northern Ore 514 <k!0 Greene-Cananea <7 131W> Gulf States Steel 70 i 1000 Hsf-kell A Barker.- ... ?94 \ ]00 TlLnras Central 1004 I KUDO Inspiration W 1*? Int. Harvester of N. J 1474 f,?4CO Int. Mercantile Marine 054 11W0 Int. Mercantile Marine pf. 1274 r9C0 International Nickel 324 1000 International Paper ?4 ?W Int Pap*r pf (Bta.) 794 3*00 Jewel Tea O? 1000 Kansas City Son them 234 1m Kelly Sprinct-eld Tire. .w... 1304 10100 Kcnr.ecott WOO Keystone Tire 1214 Quoted by Open. High. 1124 52 704 34 484 1124 96 1154 674 124 394 1304 744 1144 804 174 1404 1144 104 3454 L34 29 644 ? 584 704 ?4 93 1024 in 1214 454 664 ie Sullivan Low. Close. 1104 lli 51 514 T4 744 24 24 48 404 KM 1004 *54 94 804 014 & Coin rp. on. , 4 14 U04 1144 34 664 664 124 13* 4 38 , 30 134 130 2% 1004 *4 664 444 1004 30 T14 854 101 1134 214 114 1574 1134 374 '724 384 81 1704 374 68 112 ?64 054 ?44 101 30 T14 834 29 4?4 56 644 914 110 044 154 34 ".44 384 184 334 84 384 814 1714 240 874 864 514 474 71 714 1C04 664 1474 *4 1234 324 *4 794 404 234 424 13R4 4 4 384 384 234 234 L64 i:7 ???? 434 4 1X4 13 a ipany, 1421 G Street N. W. . Sale*. Stocks. Open. Rich. Urn. CI ma. Op. Off. &LO Lackwanna StMl U *% %\ 86 *% 4500 Lee Tire A Rubber 3T4 X) tf% 33% % 600 Lehigh VAllay. 0B<t KH W'? K % 6jM Louisrille A NMmIM*. IV l? 1UH 119% % 563) Manhattan Hhirt 31% 37 V% 36% % Do) Maxwel Motor W 16 IB M% % 1100 MexweU Motor 1st pf 79% 80% 7*+ K)H 1 4.00 'Maxwell Motor 3d pf 41 44* 46* ' 44% ? 400 Msy. Dept. Storea 107% 107% 107% 107% % BJO Mexican Petroleum 196% m\ 1M% 1*% % WD0 Mismi ?* .10 ?% ?% \ 41400 Midvaie ?1% C* 61 02 ? 1% 4 12360 Mian. A 64. Louis (aaw).... U% a% w% a l* IIS 11* 1IH 7300 White Motor 70 fl\ 70 71 an Wiirwj Co :oi\ 1C2 ir?iH ioiV 11200 Willy^OwUM .V* 394 jg\ a 500 WothiBfton Pump *2% 82% g*\ Total bale?, 1,370. ?0 PHILADELPHIA PRODUCE. Philadelphia. July 14.-Price* on tha local produce marker ranged as follows: BUTTER? Solid-racked crcamery, extra. 53c; high ?ccgng good#. 54aS6r. the Utter for Job bing sales; eitrs first*. 52c; flrsta, 50a5lc; &ec onds, 48a49; thirds, 4Sa47 sweet creamery, choice and fancy. 55a57c; fsir to good. 50a54; *ladle packed. as to quality. 47al8c; packing prints jobbing at 5?a?lo; good to choice, 5ia58c; fair, 49a52c 1 BUGS? Nearby firsts. $15 per crate; nearby current receipts. 14.40; do. second*, 10.80al2.60 T>er crate; Western firsts. 15.00 per crate; flrsta. 14.40 per crate; do. seconds. 10 80s 12.60 per case; Southern, 10 80al3.20, as to quality; inferior lota. Inwer; fancy carefully aele?ed candled (tig* jobbing at 57a59r per doien. NOTB?Aoorexling to the rules of tbe Phil [IKWftllllllllllfllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll mill The Adirondacks There's magic in the word "Adirondacks." It's the spirit of our pioneer ancestors calling us back to Nature. It's the urge of the trails through the woods, by the lakes, over the hills. It's the dip of the paddle, the song of the reel, the scent of the pine. It's forgetfulness of work and worry; it's sport and fun. It's freedom. Of course, you're going to take a vacation this summer! Go to the Adiron dacks, this beautiful territory of the Indians is truly a playground paradise? natural, unspoiled, refreshing. - Other attractive resorts are: Saratoga Springs, Lake George, Lake The Thousand Islands, Niagara Falls, Catskill Mountains Any number of camps, fine resort hotels, or board ing houses, and accommodations to fit every purse. All kinds of sports, fine golf and tennis. Your vacation days in this section will make you keen and fit for the work to come. Booklet* Adirondacks and Thousand Saratoga Springs, Lake Qeort* sad Lake Cham plain Moan tains and Sullivan County Falls The United State* RaOraad AdnaMatratko inritea you to travel, and offers Summer BzcunlaQ fare*. Aak your local tlckot agent to *??lp yon pi?* your trip or apply to nearest Consolidated Ticket OAoe, or write the nearest Travel Bureau. U>mi>SlAresRAIIJ?a\I)ADMINISTRAIK?I Travel Bureau nniiiniiiifiiniiniMiTOnnnninfiTiTiminiiimiiTniiin L sdelphis. Produce Exchange, "nearby current I rwmpU" shall be of good ir+nge size, resnon I ably full, fresh, aweet and clean, and. at thla time of year, shall weigh 42 pounds to 30 doeen. I and the loes shall not exceed two down | to thirty doaen. By "io?" is meant all r*Xten. | crs<?ed, leaking, rery *nall. dirty, badly heated and grassy tgg\ LIVE POUUTRT-Fowia, rts exprras, 3IMOr; spring chickens, broil era, not Leghorns, ydlow akinned, weighing l\aj pounds apieoe, 9GsioC; exceptional lota, higher; firing chickens, broil ers. not Leghorns, yellow-skinned, weighing 1*4 poinds apiece, 45a48c; do. do, lal H pounds apiece, 40&44c; white Iyghcrns. yellow-skinned, weighing l%a2 lba apiece, **42; whit# Leg hcrns. yellow-skinned. smaller sixes, 38*40; roost ers, 23*34c; d'ick*. Pekin, 27a38; do. Indian Rurv ner. 23a27c, geeao, 30c; pigeons old. per pair, 4Qa45c; do, young, per pair, 36aJAr_ BALTIMORE PRODUCE. Baltimore. Mi, July 14.?Pnoea on the local produce market ranged u fellows: BUTTER?Creamery. fancy, per lb, 54*54; do. choice, per It. 51a52; do. good, per lb. 50; do, print*, per lb. H*3S bkxfta, per lb. 53a55: laxllt*. per lb, 45*46; Maryland and Pennsylvania roll*, per lb.. 44a45; Ohio roll?, per lb. 44; West Virginia iplls, per lb. 44; store-packed. per lb . 44; Maryland, Virginia and Pennsylrania dairy prints, per lb, 45*46; process butter, per lb. 0G*51. EGGS?Maryland, Peansy'Tsnia and nearby firsts, lose off. per doz, 44; Western first*, par dot, 44; West Virginia iinrta. 44; Southern first*. 43. LIVB POULTRY?Thickens, old hens. 4 lbs and orer, lb. 38; do. small to medium. 37*38;'do, White Leghorns. 37; old roostera. 22a23; do spring, 1* lba *nd over, 46*47; do. ?l4al'-? lbs. 43*45; do. snaller. 40*42; do. White Leghorn*, 1*4 lb* and over. 42; do. smaller. 40; ducks, old Pekins, 26* 27; do. puddle, 25; do. Muscovy, 25; do. mall and poor. 22*23; do, young. 3 lbs *nd over. 35; do. smaller, 30; pigeons, young, per pair. 35a40; do, old, per pair. 35*40; guinea fowl, ** to size, c*ch. 50*70. FRUITS? Apples. Early June No. 1, per bhl. 4a5; do, do. No. 2. per bbl, 3*3.3); do, do com mon. per bbl. 2*250; do, do. No. 1, per basket, 1.75a2; do. do. No. 2, 1*1.50 ptr basket; a* to quality, per 4-8 basket, 25*75; blackberries. eultiv*ted, per qt, 25*27; do, wild, 17a22; canta loupes, Cal., standard, per cr*te. 6*6.50; do, i pony, 5.00a5.50 per crate; do. fi*t. per crate. | 2.00*2.25; do, C*rolin* and Georgia, 3*3.50 per (rate; aherriee. mountain, per quut, 15*25; mountain, per pound. 15*20; currant*, per quart, 16a2D; gooseberries. green, per lb, 12a 13; ripe. 10*11 per lb: huckleberries, per qt, 16*J0; pcaches. Georgia Belles, per crate, 225*2.75; do, Elbert**. 2.50*3.00; do. Carmen*. 1.50*200; pine aprtea. Florida. 18s. 24a. 30s. 36s. 6 00a7 00; do. 42s and 48a, 4.00a5.9>; raspberries, red, per qt, 16*18; black, per qt, 25*30; watermelons, South ern primes to select, per 100, 35.00*70.00; do, per c*r, 360.00*400. GO. VEGETABLES?Beans. native green, per boa., 75al 15; stringlens. 1.15*1.35; w*j, 75al.25; beeta. bunch. 2a3; cabbage, native. per crate, 225*2.75; do, per 100. 7.00*11.00; carrots, per bunch. 2s34; corn. Virgini*. per doz, '-0820; native, I5a25; cucumbers, Southern, per basket, 1.5C&225; do. per bbl. 4.00a6 00; natiTe. per baaket. l.OOsl.15; eggplants, Florida, per crate, 3.00al.00; Norfolk, per berry crate, 600a7.00; lettuce. New York, per box or baaket. 1.0Qa200; native, per bushel. BOaLOO; onions, spring, native, per 100. 1.00*:. 50; Eastern Shore Maryland and Virginia, dry. per bbl. 600a7.00; do. per baaket. 266*285; Mary land and Pennsylvania, per lb. 4a5; rhubarb, per bunch. 3a4; peas, native, per bu&hel, 2.Ma3 00; peppers. Southern, fancy, per eggplant crate, j 2.50*3 00; fair to choice. 1.50a200; native, per! 4-8 baaket, 80*90; squash, native, per 4-8 baaket, j 40*50; tomatoes. Mississippi, sound stock, per crate. 1.75a200; do, overripe. 1.25*1.50; Potomac, Bonne Beat, ripe, crate, 225*275; do, green, 2.00*225; do, E*rlianna.s. 1.35*1.75; do. Norfolk, prr 2 baskets, 2.00*3.00; native, per ba&ket, 1.00*200. POTATOES?Old, Western M*rvl*nd and Pennsylv*ni* No. 1, per 100 lbs. 1.90*2.00; do. New York *nd Western, 1.50a2.00; do, Eastern Shore Maryland and Virgini* cobblers, 150a200; do, McOormicks, 1.50*2.00; So* it hern Marylknd, do, 1 50*2.00; new native, 2.50*3.00; do, medium No. 2. 1.25*1.50; Rappahannock new Na 1. per bbl. 4.75S5.25; do. No. 2. 250s3 00; North Cam lina and South Carolina, No. 1, per bbl. 4.50*3.25; Na 2. 2.50*3.00; Norfolk-Hampden. No. 1, 4.75a 525; No. 2. 2.50*3.00: York River, No. 1. 4 50o5.00; No. 2, 2.50*3.00; Eastern Shore, No. 1. 5 00a5 50 do. No. 2, 2.50*3.00; Na 3s, sll sections, L 50* NEW YORK PRODUCE. New York, Jnly 14-r-BUTTER?Market firmer; salted and unaalted, fresh cre*mer>" extras, 52Ha 66c; creamery firsts, un sal ted, 50a55c: creamery-, higher than extra*. 53*4*570; State dairy tubs. 45a5CH; renovated extras, ; imitation cream ery firita, . CHEESE?Market firm; whole-milk speciala, 32a32%o; whole-milk, fancy, 31 >4*51 %c; whole milk, lower grades, 3a31c; whole-milk, fancy, young Americas. 35fta34c; skims, specisls. 24* *c; skim*, choice, J0*23c; skims, fair, 15sl?c; skim*, lower grades, 7al4c. EGGS?Market quiet; nearby white, fancy, 5Ta60c; nearby brown, 54a36c; extra, 61a53c; lr?u, llslfiC Washington Stock Exchange. S-iLES. Wssiungton Gu Ss. r.000 at K4. C.OOO at Wi 51.000 at 964. Si 000 ai 964. Jl Onr. It ?V $'000 u w?. an it m. Washington Rwy 4b. $500 it 68. [ Washington Rwy. pfd., 14 at 58. Z it B, 25 U S Washington Gu, 20 at 524- j Mergenthaler, 1 at 1484. 10 at 1? Columbia G raphe phone pfd., 10 at 954. 10 it 954. :0 at 964. 10 at 064 10 at 964. 10 at 964, 10 at 964. 10 at ?S, 10 at 964. 10 at 90S After call? Mergenthaler, 4-5 at 148 Potomac Electric Light 6e, $1,000 at 9$4 Pl'BLIO UTIUTT BONDS. Bid. Asked. American Tel. and Telga. 4a 83S W I American Tel. and Telga 44s? 88 90 Am. Tri and Tel. CXI. Tr. 5a ... 864 904 Am. Tel- and Taiga, con*. 6a 102S 1024 Chesapeake and Potomac TeL 6s.. 96 ] Columbia Gas and Uec. Sa 83 I Columbia Gaa and Elec. Deb. 5a... 78 tt | Capital Traction R. R. Sa......... 97 7T4 Metropolitan R- R- 5s. 944 Potomac Electric Light 5a 96 . ... Potomac Electric Cona. 5s 93*4 91 Potomac Electric Power 6s ? Potomac Elec. Power G. M. 6s... 99 Washington Gas 96 * 964 Washington Rwy. and Bee. 4s? 674 0? Wash. Rwy. and Else. G. M. ia.. 9: 9(4 MISCELLANEOUS BONDS American Graphopbone l?t 6a 994 100 O. C. Paper Mfg. 6a 96 100 Riggs Realty 5a (long) 95 Riggs Realty 5a (abort) 'J6 See. Storage and Safe Dep. 6a 101 PUBLIC UTILITY STOCKS American Tel. and Telga 1M Capital Traction 894 894 Columbia Gas and Electric. 60 Washington Gaa 52 524 Norfolk and Wash. Rteimboat? 188 200 Washington Rwy. *nd Elec. com.. 23 40 Wash. Rwy. and Electric pfd ft8 60 NATIONAL BANK STOCKS. ? American l? 175 Ci pital - 230 Columbia 190 ...Ml Commercial 180 200 District 1M Partners and Mechanics' 240 Federal 190 300 Lincoln 165 ...., National Metropolitan 200 Rigs* 4P0 510 Second 1*0 Washington 200 230 TRUST COMPANY STOCKS. American Security and Trust 237 j Continental Trust 113 125 ; National Savings and Trust ?0 I Union Trust 115 120 Washington Loan and Trust 245 255 SAV1NG8 BANK STOCKS. Commerce and Saringa 13 East Washington 12 Liberty 1? Merchants' 130 ..... Security Barings and Commercial. 21* ..... Seventh 8treet 140 FIRE INSURANCE STOCKS. Arlington 1 8 Corcoran 88 Firemen's - W ..... German-American 260 ..... National Union S4 ..... TITLE INSURANCE STOCK8. Columbia 1 ? Real Estate ? N ? MISCELLANEOUS Graphophone arm. 411 418 Graphophcne pfd 964 96 Chajin-Sacks .. 1*5 D. C. Paper Mfg. Co 90 Merchants Transfer & Storage 105 Mergenthaler linotype 1474 1484 Lanston Monotype 604 70^ Old Dutch Market com 44 6 Old Dutch Market pfd 104 13 Security Storage 300 Security Storaga and Safe Deppsit 110 .... Washington Market IT LIVERPOOL COTTON. LiTtfpooi. July 14?Spots opened with ft limited demand today. Prices were steady, gales amounted to 5.000 bales. Receipts totsled 23,000 bales including 21,100 American. Futures opened steady. At 12:45 m. American middling fair, 23.79; good middling. 2132; full middling. 21.82; mid dling. 21.22: low middling, 19.45; good ordinary. 17.82; ordinary, 17.?. ? At 2 p. m. market quiet; tales 3,000 'bales, including 2.700 American. Open. High. Low. Cloea. Inly 21.41 a.SO 21 30 21.30 August *1.30 31 45 21.22 21 31 September 21.30 21.39 21.3 2130 October 2112 a.3 21.16 21.SI lhe market closed rtsadjr. MARKET RUNS AHEAD OF RAILS ?. ?"? New High Records Made Despite Price of Gill Money. By BROADAIC WALL. Naw. York, July 14.?Another ses sion of new high records was seen in Wall Street today and with call mcncy 12 per cent for industrials. Rails responded to the coddling in Ifluence of lower rates, but were unable to keep up with the proces sion. The traders scorned all at tempts to regulate speculation and the bankers were ridiculed for pre tending to have the power to re strain the market. Ther? is an open breach between the bankers ind the traders that may result in an interesting situation. There is no doubt of the power of the banks to check the advance if they really ? re determined to do so. The jus tice of applying the restraining in fluence is beside the question. Ther* Is no doubt the power exists. With such sky-i\>cketing as was seen to day In a few stocks it would be no surprise to see tHe brakes ap plied. All the news of the day was con structive. The steel companies all reported great growth of business and manufacturing concerns told of orders coming to hand far In ex cess of their ability to execute them. The financial district was disappointed at the delay in re opening trade relations with Ger many. Not that anybody was ar.xious to trade there, but it was felt this country ought to have an equal opportunity with England | and France provided anybody cared . to take advantage of it. The ancient hope of a special dis- ? bursement on crucible was revived when the stock shot to a new high J record. Baldwin was strong also on hopes for which there is no official basis except assets in the treasury. The tobacco shares mad?. new high records today. Lorillard being most i popular. The advance of the Gen popular. The advance of the Gen eral Cigar dividend to 6 per cent was ; a surprise. The prices were strong under leadership of Keystone. This was j reflected on the Curb market where | every tirt security, both new and, second-hand, felt the influence. Copper is keeping pace with steel in the revival of business. The new high record price made j t)y Pan American was due to ex pectation that announcement would t 6e made soon of the new distribut- ' ing company that h?s been organ- j 'ted to vhandle world business for . the Pan Arm rican. CURB MARKET. Furnished by SuIliTtn A. Co., 1151 G ft- n* Bid. Ask"l Aetna American Mamnci * Bnrth . : W , Boston Montana. ? * <B'T 7 Hon. Ariru Onum Gold "*? ^ Ojudm Ca Uk ttureka ? ? *7s 2 FWmJ Oil 3S 3S Os. Asphalt * Glen Rork Oil * ? Hudson Oil IS 1*? Hnpp U.... 1?S M1* Iilutd Oil 7S TS , Gold Zflo* Lone Star " Ixwuaana ** McNaxnaia ^ 84 Midwest 2S ' Mcnitt Oil 27 28 ' Pet. Pete 3 3S , P**rl?M <7S Pennock Oil 14S 15 Profit Sharing ..... 3 7-lS JS IUt Here lies *S ? i Robber * 23 24 Sub-Boat lRj 19 Sinclair Gulf 5*S 5?S Toco Dit. 7 7S v. s ship ss SiTftld W S?Told. N Y 534 ? Ha void. Ohio 31 12 Perfection IS IS ; Wayne Coal &S kS Cnited Motors 45 55 Libbey 3I> 31 t Swift .. *> SI \ Gillette 54 ? , Ranger Oil IS 1\ Burnett '* S Homer S S Ohio .. IS IS Egmeraida IS IS WASHINGTON PRODUCE. "Hie wholessle market prices yefet/rriaj ranged about u follows: EGtiS?Strictly fresh, tec; average rwipu, 44c; Southern. 42c. CHEESE ? New Tort State factory, whole ; milk. ?r. BUTTER? Standard creamery, 0&4a67c LIVE POULTRY?Roosters, per lb, 21e; tar- | ke>a, \*r lb, 36a40c; chicken?. spring. per lb. ! ?7a50e; bens, per lb. 36c, kcat*. young. e+ca 75a80r DRESSED POULTRT - Fresh-killed spring | chickens, per lb, 8Ca55c; hens. per lb. 36c; roost- j en, per lb. Sc; turkey*, per lb. 40a4?c PORK?Small and neat, 31c; medium, 34c; heavy, 22a23o. LIVE STOCK?Calves, 17al8c; lambs, 17c; aheep. 5?6. GREEN FRUITS?Apples. per bbl. new. 4 00* 7.50; basket. 1.25a2 50. California :,mr>iw, i? r box. 6.00s 7 no; pineapple*. per rrste. 5 00?? 0~ California oranges. 5 00*6 00; blackberries. 121** 221* per quart; peaches, 250a3 SO per rrste. VEGETABLES?New, potatoes, N. C., per bbl, 4.00a5o0. No. 2. 2.00*2.75; string beans, per bbl. 4.00s6 00. peppers. per crate, 2.00s" 0P okra, per quart, 20n34c. rsdishes. per 100. 1 .00* | 2 50; cucumbers, per basket, lOOalSO; eggplant. 2.50s4 00 per crate; corn. N. C., i<er crate. 1.50s i 2.00; cabbage, new, 2.SJs3 50 per bbl; beeta. 3 0"* 6.C0 per bunch; lettuce, 1.75a200 per ba&ke? Florida celery, 6 00s7 50 per crate; celery, per 1 doeen. 1.5Qs2.00; romaine lettuce. 1.00al.^>: j squash, 1 OOal 50 per crate; spring onions. 1 50s 150 per 100 bunches; yam.*. SOOslOfO per bbl; i onions, per basket, 2.30*3 30, tomatoes, nearby. 1 50a4 00 per crate. LIVESTOCK MARKETS. Baltimore. Md., July 14.?Cattle receipts for the week ended noon todsy, were 2.755 head, against 2.664 bead last week. Receipts. 96 car loads for market for the week; 80 carloads for market today. Market not very active; steers. 25 to 90c higher; all other kinds from 50 to 75c advance. QuotV: Steers, choice, 14a 15 30 good butcher, 12.50al3.50; medium. I0 50ol2; common, 8*9 50 Heifers, choice, 12.50al3.50; fair to good, lis 12; com mm to medium. SslO. Bulls, choice. 10.5Oal2; fair to good. S.SOalO. aoomoo to medium, 7a8 Cows, choice, 10 $ell.50; fsir to good. 9a JO; common to wBluitt, 5at. SHEEP AND LAMBS-Receipts for the week ended noon today wer. 13.444 head, again-4 16.221 liead last wee*. Liberal supply; market for ftbeep steady; highw. Quote; Sheep, 4a 8.75; lambs, 12al8 50. v HOGS? Rec*ip:s for the week ended noon to day were 9,16? head, againftt 8.235 nesd last week. Light supply, rrarket steady Quote: Light. 22.50; medium, 2375; pigs. 2Ga22; ronghs, lfalS CALVES-Receipts for the week ended today were 1,349 head, against 1.499 head last week : Heavv srrpply; market higher. Quote: Calves, 10al8. RATES OF EXCHANGE. New Tort. July It ?Today's closing rates of exchange os tba prinrtpal foreig* markets wete as follows: Sterling, demand. t?; cablets. 4.48V Bankers *8 day*, 4.45. France, checks, 190; cabiea. 6?. Belgius checks, 7.87; cables. 7.08 Germany, checfca, 8%; table*. 8\. Holland checks. 37"%; cables. 38>%."" Itajy, i-hecka. 8.40, csbles, ?38 bwk* check?, 5 51, cables, 5-12. GOVERNMENT TO GIVE CATTLE. RAISERS AID Government aid will be extended to cattle raisers threatened with loes of thousands of dollars by a sharp drop in live stock prices. Senator Kendrftck, of *Wyomifif, announced yesterday after conference with of ficials of the Federal Reserve Board and the War Finance Corporation. The War Finance Corporation plana: an announcement to the effect that\| it will make loans upon proper se curity for the purpose of Increasing exports of beef and beef cattle% Ken drick said. Gov. Harding, of the Federal Re serve Board, also promised. Kendrtck said, that he will urge bank a in cat tie-raising districts to extend ail pos sible financial aid to breeders and producers '? COTTON MARKETS. New Tart. July 14 ?FYeah higto records for : the season were established in the cotton market I todsy after irregularity in the forenoon *n?e strength resulted from quiet baring far the ] aooount of Wall Stmt Operator* and trade in terest* in a market almost bare of anntrsct* Realizing thss had bm in evidence early ap peared to hare been completed by midday and old balls replaced aorae cotton on the up turn. There waa no special newa feature con nected with , the rise. Following the movement into new high ground 1 early in the afternoon there were frequenl. flur- . nea of realiring in the last hour, which kept i the market unsettled and irregular. bat failed | to dsvelop any decree of wealraeea The cioaa , was r%rj steady at a net adranoa 40 to O pointa Spot at New Orleans waa steady and n?- ] changed a1 34 3c for middling, the sales were I 1 .CI bales Spot here was stssdy at an sdraaos of K pointa at 36 80c for middling there were no sales Port receipts for the da* totalled 12.931 balea. while exports aggregated 7,96 balea N. T. BANK CLEARINGS. I New York. JuW.lt-Bank clearings here to*, day wer- US5.flB9.3KL MONEY MARKET. New York. July 14 ?Money on call on the New York stock exchange today ruled St ? per cent All industrial loans were ?4al2 par I cent Time money market ia quiet. 6 per oeet an j mixed loana per cent on all induatrlala rrjrt.> i*per haa undergone no changa BANK STATEMENTS. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE Central Savings Bank At WashisgloD. in the District of Celimbia. at the close of business Jane 30. ltl?. RESOURCES L a Loans and disnrunts including ndi?OL?inu S2Z2.3C W Total loans C22? W 2 Overdrafts, unsworrd 208 ? : 4 b Ufevty loan bocda unhedged ClflM l*tal bonds, securities. etc.. other than C. S 314 .WO 0? j 7. Banking houae 9I.1WB; 8 Famiture and fixtuea S.512.T1 10 a Due from rational banks 115,WB V e Due from all other banks 4MII! njB* U. Exe*angm for eiearing houae 1".03* S3 12 Oiecks and "the- aash items *.18T.S1 13. Cash ic Tault 30.996 90 13 War airing* aertiflcatee and thrift ?tamps anrnally owned 458 3: T?sl riMlM LIABILITIES OspitaT stork jeid in Sf> ?*? (T iR. Surplus fund ]0 0tt?0 13 a I'ndirided profits.... . 513.S15 75 b L**a current ex pen see. interest and taxes rsid 15 443 IS l.OBIB Demand deposits (deposits payable within 30 dayv: 23. Indindual depo?ts subject to chet? ?74.JI6*5 25. Certified checks 8. IX ft OR < 'ashier's checks outstanding 1.34 N 28. Deposits requiring notioe. bat leas than T dsya 3Bft.34?33 Total demand de posit?. Items 23, 31. 25. K. 27. 28. 29 end 30 5483 * 77 Tim* deposits (payable after 30 da1 *. or subject to 30 daya or more notice): 31. Certificates of deposit other t-h? for moner borrowed ' . . . S.373 9 54. 0*her time depowu Liberty bonda partial payment plan <7,475.00 Participation certificates 500 00 Total of time deposits. Items 31. C. 33 and 34 ^4.34* 29 Total K14.M1.SC i District of Columbia. Htr of WaAington. ss: I. CH AS. C.. ECKl?FF. Treasurer of the i above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the ahore abatement is true to the best of my knowl edge and belief. CHAS. C. BCKU>FF. Cashier | Subernbed and sworn to before me this 11th j dav of July, 1913. j (Seal ) EMjmiS L FRAN*>M. Notary Public. D C Omect-Attest: E J ATER.* C. F KING. E VOIGT. JR.. MONTE SAV<;CR. M R C.EORtiE. I O. FOSTER. Directors j CHICAGO GRAIN J Oil H.?a diaplar H I n tu Ml mir 1 turn th? aaito put n todar'a a of uadt nHlM to as ? ?rtitea ?aa loUoaad by ban raahtas a. Ha aad OM. rnainad m? hub them, tat vo*' Lator to tha 4a? Iko* ??* rattoru e( nt tan artth >??! * mam imto tbnmtbaai tbr ran tat Tha Jul, artioa mM op to 1 a, mm to 1? ud tat at IWk firw Saturday a ebaa af ink TV mm rao?tl<iai la ratarue at ha w? bta and aw <*aa?a win ta tor tta -or? Oau nuhad a arm hi*, tad. tat httom* fx *???* to ?m aad d?M wub sat total ?f Ma tan to quality aad a na?ai|iiaa tadootn. to rttd to talk atour aad apnac ataat Ota* Ho( r^Ooaa marl at m a p*? '?!?' I-"1* 1 ? L* IMS 1 a 8?*- 1** Lta? im D?mbar . I B l?H us* 111 u, OAT?? J"11' >"t Wk 7?? .Tilt .W* S???- *i .n* :>Si ma D* -?? m Jr. .1* *? ? MM xas M* *?* ?? m a. is an a. a RIBS? ,|J* - ? ? s ??* ?? aa ate aji x? PORK ^ ?-J- *? ?? Stat C 15 R a COTTON RANGL V?th Opaai Hicfc. Loa. Oa. anv' ,u* *? ar ? xitod as J"""*-.? aabid JJ? 5?? ? ? arsa? zo 9aota' *? *? *a as ?u Noatahar .... *0 bid KB Dartalar .... ait ?? * K XSkC X 11 i*""* aoo 36 3ft M? *40.45 MM r-bw ... Et MR ?ffTf *? *a *4i as an *,*U 36 a bid J??? M" ?? is Hit Pickpocket Gets Shoestrings New York. July M?Morria Ro??n baum. held to the grand Jury without bail today, was alleged to be literally conductinc his business on a shoe string. He was charred with picking a man's pocket of & cents' worth 01 shoe laces. Cookb't Make Eyes Behave. Chicago. July 14?Rolling wavea. rolling aands and rolling eyes didn't mix to auit policewomen at the ooach. Th? "vamps" of the beach we'e ar Yestod because they ' couldn't ntkke their eye? behave." ! An electric motor keeps th* water aerated In a tank car built by a Eu ropean railroad for transporting living ftsh lcng distances FREE MAP Urr **p ia CokNB Aim Iks Story of Ranger the mini of mil <al tekit CTRTta. PACKER A CO. 50 Broftd St.. N?r York. SULLIVAN &CO. CORBEIPOSDE5T Herbert T. Greenwood MEMBER ?f ta# C??MlUat*4 9?*efc Ex ekasfft of Kew York Ue buy and tell stocks for cash or on margin. New York Curb Securities carried on margin. Otr*rt PrtTita to Ifew York M. P. DRAIN, Maaarer 1421 G Street N. W. Tel. Main 1940 1-2 The Safest lnvesti&eBts Ar? those that do not fluctuate durtna di? torbfd cooditiooa of tb? now? or stnei markets rim deed of trust ooim (first mnrxtft). well *emred on reml estate ic the District of Coioffibts, constitute "rlt-edn" iovestaents. ssd do not deperd nr^o the fl> nsnoal resootmbihty of indiTtdtisls or <&*? pormtions for their stabiiitT W? ran nupply ruch irreatrsests is amounts from &a up ward Send for booklet. ' Cooostuni Loses sad lrvesunects." SwartzeD, Rheem & Hensey Co. 727 Fifteenth Street Nortkwest Same rate of Interest paid on large and small accounts. Ve Deposit Boxes. Capital and Surplus, $2,000,000 Performance ?is the point on which we bate our ability to satisfactorily guard your pay-day deposits There can be nothing lack ing in the service and security offered by a bank having back of it the fifty-year successful record possessed by this insti tution. Over 39,000 Open Accounts OFFICERS WILLIAM D. HOOVER President WOODBURY BLAIR First Vice President FRANK W. STONE ...Second Vice President FRANK STETSON. Trust Officer CHAS. C. LAMBORN Treasurer E. PERCIVAL WILSON Secretary FRANK R. ULLMER. ...Asst. Secy, a Asst. Treaa. DIRECTORS Woodbury Blair James A Buchanan William A. H. Church Walter C. Clephane William V. Cox William E. Edmomton H Prescott CJatley William D. Hoover Reginald S. Huldekoper Thomas R. Jones Victor KaufTmann Samuel McGowan William F. Quick sail FYank W St^n* W 11114m H. Walker Henry K. Wlllard NATIONAL SAVINGS & TRUST CO. 53d Year. 6idest Savings Depository in Washington Cor. 15th and New York Ave.