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MOST BUYERS IN YEARS GATHER
IN NEW YORK FOR RETAIL TRADE
Increased Purchasing Power of Farmers
Finds Reflection in Business?Many
Lines Stow Renewed Activity.
.BY JAMES ALLERTO.N.
Special Dlapatch to The Star.
NEW YORK. February H?Busi
ness this week got a late start on ac
count of the holiday Monday, but the
largest number of buyers represent
ing retail houses gathered here In
years Is now In the city and trade Is
expected to brighten perceptibly be
fore the end of the week. Increased
buying power of the farmer is flnding
a reflection in the retail business,
which in turn is being passed on to
Jobbers, wholesalers and manufactur
ers. Prices for finished products, how
ever. have not reflected the rise In
many raw materials and manufactur
ers in this district are working on
small margins of profit in many lines.
Sweaters and knit goods continue
In first-rate demand here. Millinery
houses have recorded some Improve
ment in demand, and building hard
ware. farm and garden implements
have taken a decided spurt. Inquiries
In the iron and steel trade are on
the increase in this section and
foundries are showing more activity.
Building preparations continue un
diminished with considerable firmness
manifested In building materials. Coal
Is moving more freely and some re
serve stocks are being stored In an
ticipation of any possible shortage.
The silk business continues to re
flect the unsteadiness of the primary
markets and both manufacturers and
retailers of finished goods continue to
exercise caution in their purchases.
Report Pay Rolls Growing
in the Pittsburgh District
BY XI. B. LAl'FMAX.
Special D<?patch to Tb* Star.
PITTSBURGH. February 14.?Clear
ance sales have made big inroads in
the stock of Pittsburgh merchants.
Some of the department stores are
offering any suit or overcoat in stock
at not more than 925. There have
been similar drives in women's wear
and other lines. These sales have
been an iinportart factor in reducing
stocks. The demand for spring goods
Is already in evidence.
Pay rolls are growing in this dis
trict. Steel plants are enlarging pro
duction. The McKeesport Tin Plate
Company and the Allegheny and West
Penn plants at Brackenridge are op
erating at capacity. The tremendous
plants of the United States Steel Com
pany at Braddock, Duquesne and
Homestead report improvement In
output. The moderate decreage in
tonnage of unfilled orders of the steel
corporation for January did not dis
turb sentiment and steelmakers are
encouraged by the volume of new
business now being received.
A brisk demand for coal is in evi
dence. Large consumers are accumu
laing reserve stocks, in order to be
protected in event of a strike in the
Pennsylvania coal fields.
Substantial Trade Gains
Forecasted at Twin Cities
BY E. D. JEXCKES. '
Special Dispatch to The 8tar.
ST. PAUL, February 14.?Business
men of the Twin Cities forecast sub
stantial trade gains throughout the
northwest and expect a better volume
of business throughout the spring and
summer. The Increased purchasing
power of the farmer is seen in the
14,000.000 volume of sales at the auto
mobile show recen'ly he'd here. Over
1SO.OOO people from this territory at
tended the show. The most tender
spot in the northwest. North Dakota,
Is healing. Farmers are more opti
mistic, business Is Improved in the
rural districts and ftrancing is more
adequate. Northwestern contractors
in convention today forecast the
greatest construction program in the
history of this territory. Brokers re
port that the hoarded money of the
northwest is appearing. The advance
In the prices of farm products has had
an immediate and noticeable effect on
retail merchandise sales which have
picked up in every community.
Mall order houses report good busi
ness and millinery, dry goods and
hardware merchants report a satis
factory volume of business.
Commodity Reports
From Various Sections
CoaL
AUTOONA. Pa.. February 14 (Spe
cial).?Spurred by government reports
that stocks of coal will not last more
than forty-one days in the event of a
mine shutdown due to a strike, large
consumers, including railroads, are
accumulating a surplus by buying
heavily. Some operators assert they
did more business in the early part of
February than in December and Jan
vary combined.
WEULSBURG, W. Va.. February 14
{Special).?The West Virginia-Pitts
burgh Company's mine at Colliers,
the largest in Brooks county. Is oper
ating again on a normal basis. Or
ders on hand assure a long run. With
the steel mills at Follansbee and
Wierton working full time, prospects
In the district are bright.
Lmber.
SAN FRANCISCO. February 14 (Spe
cial).?There has been a sudden slump
In the export shipment of lumber but
Increasing demand from t^~ western
part of the United States has offset
this loss. Prices are hardening.
Grata.
FORT WORTH, February 14 (Spe
cial)?The spot grain market In
southwestern centers Is again show
ing a slight upward slant.
Cottons.
BOSTON, February 14 (Special).?
With the exception of ginghams and
sheetings, the ' demand for cotton
poods Is falling off. Buyers are re
fusing to purchase beyond Immediate
needs. Those who have been accus
tomed to ordering in 60.000-yard lots
have cut their orders to 10,000 yards.
lire Stack.
FORT WORTH, February 14 (Spe
cial).?The nine-cent hog again has
made Its appearance in the Texas
market. Prices for hogs have ad
vanced to JJ.10 per hundred pounds,
which is the highest price recorded
for a year.
Jewelry.
NEW YORK. February 14 (Spe
cial).?There Is more activity In evi
dence In the manufacture of jewelry
and wholesalers are fairly busy. Re
tailers_seem_Jio<^^>addlng_^o_thelr
.NOTICE RBDRMPnOX
To Holden ?t Ytetecy IMm sad Otken Cos
ctnwd: IMk te kmkf dm aa fallow*:
1. Call foe iilllln of 1% far mt Tie
tonr Setae. Ail of tbn 3% par cent aerie* of
Vnlte# atstse of Am trio Convertible Geld
Votes of tnt-lHt otherwiae known as 3\
par coat Victory Netea, ere hereby called for
la Trtaanry Department Circular X amber
data* April *t Ml*, under which the
Betas vara origlaally leaned. latereet oa all
victory 'Notea of the H par eenf eertee will
cast, ea said redemption date, Jaae 15, 1S22.
3. Saspeaaiea aad Term tea tlaa *f Viotary
Hate Oeaversloa PitvUsge. la view of the eafi
far the (adaption of all 1% per eent Victory
Metea ea Jaae 14, 1K2, aad peraaent to the
prorlsieoa of aald Tieaanij Department ar
eolar Ntneber Ut, the privilege of eon rare ion
of Victory Note, ef either eerie* late Victory
Kotoa of tha otter aariaa la kar>l? enaoendad
pad after that data as eeaennMa ef the aotee
1 jg^aggvrs s-^sss
I fw wwwn II Hv*h m
JKMt*
stocks, but are buying moit conserva
tively.
Machinery. i
CLEVEltAND, February 14 (Spe
cial).?The Lakewood Engineering
Company reports the receipt of the
largest railroad order in some time.
The order Is for lift trucks and comes i
from a western road. i
Wool.
SAN FRANCISCO, February 14
(Special).?Wool prices continue to
rise In this market. Some clips .sold
this week brought 11 cents, against j
23 to 25 three weeks ago. Growers
are slow to make contracts. Heavy j
snow and cold in the mountains has I
caused some loss of lambs.
Glass.
KANE, Pa., February 14 (Special).
-The large plant of the American
Window Glass Company at James
City, closed December 4, has been
placed In operation.
Leather.
NEW YORK, February 14 (Spe-1
clal).?Prices for leather are firm I
here. Tanneries of low grades of
leather are running at nearly full
speed, but those plants making a spe
cialty of the better grades are doing
little.
Steel.
PITTSBURGH. February 14 (Spe
cial).?Market prices of pig Iron are
not materially changed this week,
but a small lot Is said to have sold
under the regular quotation. Besse
mer is quoted at 111.50; basic, $18,
and foundry, $19 f.o.b. valley.
DOVER, Ohio, February 14 (Spe
cial).?The Hanna Furnace Company
is placing its furnace here in readi
ness for blast. It has been Idle since
December, 1920.
WmIm Good*.
NEW YORK, February 14 (Special).
?Buying of woolen goods for next
fall continues fairly active in this
market. Tweeds and fancy backed
overcoatings are in the largest de
mand.
Kstta.
QUINCY, Mass.. February 14 (Spe
cial).?The Fore River Shipbuilding
Company, a subsidiary of the Bethle
hem Steel Corporation, has laid off
1,000 men. bringing the total number
employed at Its plant here to 1.800
men. Federal officials stationed at
the yards have been notified to stop
work cn many big ships. Unless new
orders are received before fall the
plant will be forced to close down,
according to a statement today by
General Manager Wakeman.
DETROIT, February 14 (Special).?
The total employment here has
reached 172.000 workers, according to
the latest report of the Employers'
Association. Several thousand more
workers have been added in the last
few days.
Washington Stock Exchange.
8ALE8.
5%?$1,<
Capital Traction?25 at 05%. 1 at
Washington Oat 5*?$1,000 at 80V..
Capital Traction?25 at 66%. 1 at 95%.
Washington Railwajr and Electric pfd.? 23
at ($6, 25 at OA.
Washington Gas Light?25 at 49. 2 at 48%.
Mergen thaler Linotype?5 al 1431*. 5
143%. 3 at 144.
AFTER CALL.
Washington Gas 7tys?$500 at 106?*.
Washington Gaa Light?2 at 49.
Money?Call loans, 5 and 6 per cent.
BONDS.
Bid and Asked Prices.
PUBLIC UTILITY.
Bid. Asked.
American Tel. and Telga. 4s 88 88^i
American Tel. and Telga. 4**s.. 97V 98
Am. Tel. and Tel. ctL tr. 5s.... 9G?X 96V&
Am. TeL and Tel. conv. 6?.... Iu7? 107a4
Anacostia and Potomac 5s 76^4
Anacoeiia and Potomac guar. 5s. 70%
C. and P. Telephone 5c 91U
C. and P. Telephone of Ya. 5s.. 91 92%
Capital Traction R. R. 5a. 94
City and Suburban 5s 78% 80
Georgetown Gaa lat 5a. 83
Metropolitan R. R. 5a 94
Potomac Elec. 1st 5a 92
Potomac Elec. cone. 5a..... ?9%
Potomac Elec. deb. 0a 98
Potomac Elec. Power g. m. 0*. 98K
Pot. Elec. Pow. g. m. and ref. 7a 106 U 100
Wash.-Alex. and Mt. V. 5a 22
Wash.. Bait, and An. 5s 78 N 79
Wanbington Gaa 3s. 80 !X)
| Washington Gas 7%s 10T> 100
Washington Rivy. and Elec. 4*.. 0S'^ ?9**
Wash. Rwy. and Elec. g. m. 6s. 96*&
M I8CELLAN KOL 8.
Riggs Realty as Hong) 90
Riggs Realty 5s tshort) 97
Washington Market 5*, 1927... DO
Washington Market 5s, 1947... 88
W. M. Cold Storage 5a 87
STOCKS.
PUBLIC UTILITX.
American Tel. and Telga Ill**
Capital Traction 90S 9J
Washington Gaa 4814 48%
Norfolk and Wash. Steamboat. 18S .....
Waah. Rwy. and Elec. com.... 33 8#
Wash. Rwy. aad Elec. pfd.... #6% 68
NATIONAL BANK.
American
Capital 1*9
Columbia
Commercial 1??
District ? I'"
Farmers and Mechanics' ...... 230 ;ii"
Federal }J? **>
Liberty }?
Lincoln 170
Metropolitan 210
Hires 400 .....
SSjnd . . ' 148 16r>
Washington 188 200
TBCST COMPANY.
American Security and Trust.... 223 .....
Continental Trust ?????.. 9? ?<V?
National Saringa and Truat..... 270 ?....
Cnion Trust ........... 118
Washington Loan and Truat.... 270 290
8AVING8 BANK.
Commerce and Barings ?????
East Washington Wi
Merchants 147 .....
Security Savings and Commercial 208 2S0
Seventh Street 130
Union Savings 114
United State. , 220
Washington Mechanics 25
FIRS INSURANCE.
American 2J?
Arlington 10
Corcoran 11j
Firemen's Is
National Union *4 ....
TITLE INSURANCE.
Colombia Title 3
Real Estate Title 90 .....
MISCELLANEOUS.
Colombia Orapbophooe com 1% 2
Columbia Graphopbooe pfd 714
D. C. Paper Mfg. Co. 75
Merchants' Transfer and Storage 110
Mergen thaler Unotype 143 Vi 14454
Old Dutch Market com S ?
Old Dutch Marks* pML 7 .....
Laaaton Monotyp. WH 74
Security Stoma , 915
Washington Market IS
170
BRITISH GOAL OUTPUT LOWEST
NEW YORK. February 14.?The re^
port of Great Britain's produotlon of
coal during 1911 haa called forth the
comment Id London that the Output
of lSS.SCMOO tons la the lowest of
any year on the records of the British
coal industry since 1 %"!, and 114.000,
000 tons less than the high record
production which was achieved in
1913. The small production last year
is attributed almost entirely to the
strike of the coal miners, which last
ed from the beginning of April to
July 2, oauslng an estimated decrease
In normal production of <S,000,000
tons.
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5. Protection against depre
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6. Prompt payment of Interest.
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contain the name* of thonaanda of
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EXPORTS TO CAIT ADA DROP.
OTTAWA. February 1*.? United
States exports to Canada took another
tumble during December, being valued
at $40,885,000, as against 864,*86.000
for the same month In 1820. They
were |4,000,000 below the November
figures: -
Exports to the United States during
December took another slump, being
only 888.874,000, as against 864,985.000
fof the same month In 1920. They were
811,000,000 below those for November.
For the calendar year 1(81 the im
ports from the United States were
valued at $554,808,000, as compared
with 8*21.285.000 for 1820. During the
same time the value of exports there
to dropped from from 8568,817.000 to
$326,968,000. Still, in spite of this,
Canada continues to be Uncle Sam's
second-best customer.
Rugs have almost displaced carpets
as floor coverings, according to a
dealer. Sales of carpets are confined
chiefly to buyers seeking goods for
use on stairs. Oriental rugs have
gained steadily in popularity, he ex
plains, because of reduction of prices
to pre-war levels.
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Of Interests in
Stock Yard Companies
Under the Plan for the disposition of stock yards interests,
filed with and approved by The Supreme Court of the Dis
trict of Columbia, the shares of stock owned by the Armour
and Swift groups in Public Stock Yards Market Companies
are offered for sale, subject to such terms and conditions as
may be agreed upon between the owners and purchasers j and
subject to the approval of The Supreme Court of the District of
Columbia.
The stock is offered subject to prior sale and to the right
of owners to reject in whole or in part any or all bids.
Bids will be received up to April 1, 1922, by The Illinois
Trust and Savings Bank, of Chicago, for such shares of stock
as are owned by these groups in Public Stock Yards Market
Companies.
The stock ownership of such groups in Public Stock Yards
Market Companies includes also the stock ownership in Stock
yard Terminal Railways serving the respective stock yards.
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HAMBURG 4m at per 1,000
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HAMBURG 4 Vi? at P?r
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O. H. T. JOHNSON HERBERT T. SHANNON
HTOOWH XAUFFXANN H. C. SHERIDAN
Sr. J. THOS. XE1XET, Jr. CHAS. ?. SMTH. Jr.
A. EISNER VAXTER X TUCHERKAN
TOWNLET A. KeXEE W. A. VIM6ATT
JOHN H. MOORE OEOROE
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