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High Grade
Railroad
Convertible
Bonds
Available at prices to
net approximately
7 per cent.
with excellent poss'bili- J
ties for profit through
enhancement in market I
value.
Wri e to- Lixt S-21
Sent Gratia
WCLAf?,v>??.
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STOCKS-BONDS 1Vj, 1
6CV Wrotviu/rfV W<nv VSrV "
Ttlrpl-onet Rector 4(yf>J.4
'"1 1 ? 11 .
I BART SHORNE,
FALES & CO.
M ember i S. 1'. Hock Ezctumj*
71 LROAD WA Y
TtUphon? 7010 Boutlng Green j
HART OIL
Class "A" Common Stock
Dividend Rate 18%
Payable tVi* Monthly.
24% Ali'h >n eu Ite innin- De~. 15
Ownj Royalties and Oil nights on
tncro than .10.000 acre* well dlitrtbUted
over proven fields. In Breekenlidfo
and be?t producing districts. )Jl
arils completed; many drilling. Large
Kxpuiision Program.
Circular S H on request.
Shares $2.00 Each
L A. HUGHES & CO.,
100 Broadway. Phono JV-o* ?r RV
1 1 G. f. U ik &J.
* Men be ? C >ns d da ert Sto^k
Exchange cf \e c Yjrk
299 BROADWAY
New York Cliy
FINANCIAL DSS^ST
BCG3S TRADERS GUIDE
a* ? II a Hif ct >b * u ? of
| THE INVESTORS POCKET MANUAL
I Se f f ee o e't
WANTED
REPUTABLE GENTLEMAN
' with $6,000 cash capital to |
' finance business deal. Profit al|
ready assured. * Return $7,500 ,
! 30 days. Can accompany on
] trip and all expenses paid; |
highest credentials necessary.
| L. 6ff3 Herald, 280 Broadway.
KI.rc no.NS AND MEETINGS.
NtXITRM. MOTOR COM "ANT, INC
NOTICE OF ANNUA I. MEETING OF
STOCKHOLDERS. OCTOBER in. 1t?20.
Notice Is hereby given that th<* at-.nui
meeting of the ntookholdera of Maxwell Mr
tor Company, Inc., will be held at the offtc
of the Company, Du Pont Building. Markt
l-'treet. tn the City of Wllml tgton, Delaware
en Tuesday, the Wth day of October, 1t>2(
at twelve o'clock noon, for the election u
elreotora for the eneutng year; and th
tran'actlon of each olhi r hu-tn- ? as ma
properly come before ttald meeting.
The books for the tranofrr of the stock c
tha Company will not be closed, but no stor
can be voted at said meeting which she
have been traufcrred on tha book* of tr
Company during the period of twenty daj
prior to raid meeting.
listed New York. September 2f. 1020.
BY ORPEn op THE BOARD OF
DIRECTOR*.
L Vf l,twvi\ttR".. Secretary.
DIVIDENDS AND INTEREST.
TIIK KANSAS CITY SOTT11EKM
RAILWAY COMPANY.
No. 2" Broad Ptrcet
Now York, September 21. 1020
A quarterly dividend of ONE (1> PE
CENT. ha* thin day boon declared irpon tl
Preferred stock of this Company, from ad
plus earnings of the rurrent fl al yrar. pa.
able October IS. 1020. to stockholders
record at .1:00 o'clock P. M. September ?
102d.
Check* In payment thereof will be mailt
to stockholders at the addresses list fu
ntshed the Transfer Agent
G. C. HAND. HeeretmUNITED
FPUIT COMPANY
DIVIDEND NO. M
A quarterly dividend of three per ce
(three dollars per share) on tho rapll
stock of this Company has been declar
payable on October IS, 1020. to stockholde
of record at the close of business Septnmb
20. 1020.
JOHN W. PAMON. Treasurer,
THE MID EST RE INI?i?~CCM?A?
Regular dividend No. 24 of 11.00 per sha
Kd extra dividend No. 7 of 11.00 per sha
v# been declared, payable November
1020, to stockholders of record at the do
of business October llltb, 1020,
The transfer books do not close,
Clarence E. Titus.
firvver, Colorado. Xetrotary
rnopoHAi.*.
WAR PEPAP.TMENT sale of buddings a
fixtures.?The Quartermaster G'rcral of t'
army offers foi rain at Otlsvllle. Oran
county, N. Y., General Hospital No. 8 Or I
vllle Is located on the Erie Railroad about
miles N W. of Mlddlelown. N. V.
About no buildings, formerly used as wari
quarters, barracks, laboratories, r'orehousi
kitchens, garage. Ice house, post eschani
&r.; each W illi IK contained fliturra, t
latter comprising plumbing. radiation. eh
trkal and fire alarm; alio fencing and
railroad spur.
Officer In rharge will show btifld'tign, f
turee Ac., to prospective pure-ham r- a' a
time. Circulars. proposal forme and font
detail" nay be obtained from Chief. HKatat
T>l\lslon, room 213d. Munition Hut
in*. Washington, D. ft.. In whoee office pi
roeale Will be opened at 10 A. M.. Novemt
. IPSO.
/maNCNNAfl, LEPANON
T NORTHERN RAILWAY
1 ^ COMPANY.
Office of the Treasurer.
Pitt burgb. Pa.. October I, tP2f
First Consolidated Mortgage 4*", OoM Ho,.f
thle Company to an aggregate coat
Hl3.Mfl.00 will be purchased for the Sink
fSind November I, lP2o. fmm the lo
dera at a prtce not to exceed ?ar and
ternat. (Ii-aled proposals to aell botida m
f>e In the banda of the Farmerr Loan r
'i'ruat Company. New York City, l.cf
rloea of bu lm w. 12 o'clock noon, on J<
urday, October 3". IPSO.
T.I. McKN HT TI ' 111 ire,
SUBSCRIPTION RIGHTS.
Tartar- Pat
Rights day'a dt
Rtplra. Tlld. Aak. J
A?t Natal flonetr. .Oct. 11 H H
ffslly-flprtngfleld. .Nov. 10 \ 1
I New .ferae v Zinc.. Nov. IB fvt J OH
i nton Carbide Nov. IB 1H lTi
fa
Wt,: il
*
TRADING IN CURB j
ISSUES IRREGULAR
? 1
Toward Close of Session Many j
Securities Develop Tone
of Heaviness.
I Trading In yesterday's curb market j
was irregular. The list had Its weak j
and strong periods, but toward its close ]
numerous Issues developed a heavy tono.
Bis'ness was quite active In the early
part of the trading, when small advances
were made In many oils, but the (
afternoon business at times was at a
j standstill and gave the appearance of a
! tvnlonl tvra.hrtHtln v
Slmms Petroleum was well bought In
the morning, following the announce- ;
mont that 600.000 barrels of storage oil i
j had been disposed of for a good price,
but reacted toward the close. Heavy
trading occurred In Creole Syndicate
which ear y advanced almost a point
but Inter settled to nround its opening
level. Gen ral Asphalt and White Oil
were slightly tower. |
Dealings in Industrials were quiet al- i
though they affected many stocks. J
Prices at the close showed small losses.
Kay V cd-\ in the mining section, was
In good demand and gained a fraction.
Bords were less active but tlrni.
Total sales and range of prices follow :
INDUSTRIALS.
Net
Hale*. High. Low. Last. Chg?.
' . 1 !00 Acme Coal 2% 2% 2% ? %
11C0 Art! a Explos.. 11 10% 11 + % J
ft Am Rraua 102 192 192 ?1 J
20O Amer Candy.. <114 61* 6V4 .. ,
l.-,0 Am Cyan 20% 29 29 ? %
80 Arn Cvan pf... 69 59 59 '
10O Am XVrlt Pap. 8 8 8 ?I (
200 Am W Works.. 3% 3% 3% + %
1100 Auto Fuel 58% 52 62 ?1%
10 Pah Wilcox .<104 104 101 ?1
400 Rklyn City Ry. 3 414 5
15 Borden's C M. 93 05 95 -1
23 Bord C M pf.. 8314 9314 8.3% ? %
BOtf Brit Am T c'p 12% 12V4 12% ..
100 Br!* Emp Steel 19 19 19 ? %
100 R E S 7%, pf.. 39 80 39 ? %
100 Car l.lcht 3*4 8% 3% ..
20CO CM Nipple PV4 8% 9 + % :
300 Crude Chem... 1>,4 1% 1% .. '
100 Copley T Foil. 20% 20'4 20% ? %
200 Com Motors... T'/j 7*4 7% ? % i
loo ftt\|en Wm A. 37 37 37
30 Pu Pont de N 253 223 223 +3
10 I'll P tie N pf. 7tl 7C 70
1100 Empire Tube S 15% 15 15% + %
100 !' d T I .T . .. 3% 374 374 ? %
.50 Firestone Tire.113 113 113 ?1
2op c.nrl- nd S S. .. 4V4 4>4 4% + %
2200 C-t?, Asphalt... 52 5114 61% ? %
2400 ft- *1 Tractors. % % Vi ? % I
100 (leldwyn Pic.... 6 fl 6?1
i . 500 Grape Ola % % %
; 10 (irasstdlt Ch...l34 134 134 +1
25 Or. tif TAD. 38% 38% 38% 4- %
200 Hare Motors... 7 7 7 +1
300 Hercules Paper 24% 24H 2-1'4 + %
| 269 1-1 ' i lng V P. 7% 7% 7% ..
200 Indian Packing 4'i 4'i 4'i ? %
l 600 Maxwell <'h n 17% 16% 16% ?1%
I 200 Mercer Motors. 9 9 9
20 N J Ztne 173 174 174% ?1%
200 N J Zinc rts.. 11 10% 11 +1
2->'1 Nor Am Paper 5% 3% 5% ..
3000 Perfection Tire. ljV 1 1
10 Thelps Dodge. . 180 180 180
10 Proc'or A (7...113 113 113 ?1
600 Radio Com 2% 2'i 2'i ? % '
1000 Radio Com pf. 2% 2% 2% ? %
400 Rep Tire Rob. 2 2 2 + %
10 Royal Rak P..116% 116% 116% + %
10 Royal B P pf. 82>4 82% ?2%
100 Root Vander .. 26 26 26
4"0 Roy de France 5% 5 5%
BIWT .TJIiO- ? ?- ..
! 200 Slntjer Ltd 8% 3* 3* ? *
lOOSandard fur?* 8 ? fl ?2
i 10 SeovHle Mfg...SOO S00 300
| 20" Swift Invr. ... 20* 29* 20* ? *
I iO'4) Sweets Co 2* 2 2* ..
! 630O T rty. L. A P. .3 2 8
pnoT R. h A P pf t! 0 0
1 300 en Urm a E.. 1* l'-i 1* ..
I so vn a & e of.. in ib lr.
200 r G A E 2d pf 3 2* 3
300 U S Dls'rlbut. 3d S3 S3 4-1
300 381J H 1% IK IS ? *
2400 T.T S Rfenm 1* IS IK ? '4
3'K) It P Ship Corp 2% 2% 2?? ? *
boo i; shsdti.. no* no* so* ? *
200 Union SHpyds. 3 3 3
4200 ?;n Prof Shar. 2* 1* 2* 4- K
300 Un Rot Candy. 10* 10* 10* ? '4
S 400 ' 'itSon Carbide. 00* 30* 30* ? *
100 War rot i Tlrn?i... 27 27 27 +1
700 Wayne Coal... 3?i 3* 3* ..
STANDARD OIKS.
123 Ohio toll 301 301 301
17 S OH of N Y..375 3*3 873 ?1
t, INDEPENDENT OIKS.
i- 300 Allen Oil 1* 1* 1* 4- *
e 33'Hi Allied OH ...t 21 20 20
it 100 Atlantic Oulf.. 74 74 74 +-1
i. 4300 Bonne Oil .... 2* 2 2 ? *
>. 20(0 rio-ton Wyo... 1 4| 1
if 2100 Carlb Synd 12* 12* 12* +- *
e 100 Central Pete.. 33* 33* 33* +- *
y *00 Cft"" S 'TO of* 34* 34* 34* + *
3000 Cuahtng Pete.. * H * ..
if 11200 Creole Synd... 7* ?S G*
k 3000 Denny Oil 1* IK IK ? H
11 100 Dominion Oil.. 0* 0* 0* ..
!< ion Elk Pa<ln Pet. 8* 8* 8* ? *
f 2000 Engineers Pet. 1 r* lA 1*
2000 Federal Oil 2K 2* 2* ..
800 Fei,?'and 14* 14 14* ? *
300 (th-nrock Oil... 2 1* 2
800 Ora ada OH... 8* 8* 8* ? K
100 Guff'y Otllcip. 31* 31* 31* ? *
" 28 (ill.'fey C.l'l pf. 121 121 121 ?4
2000 Hud ton Oil iV H tV +" J*
300 Imperial Oil... 18 10 18
"* 800 ipt Petrol 10 13* 10
3<y> Kay Co Oa*... I* 1* 1%
13(10 l.anee Creek.. A * A
200 Livingston ... !K4 8* 3* ..
4000 M rldian Pet.. * * * ..
R 23<?> Mara-albo Oil. 10 18* 10 +-1
M 400 Mix Seaboard. 40 37 40
r- 17* MliWft Kef..ISO 14d 1 IS ?2
v. 2"00 Midwest Tex.t 10 8 0
of 1700 Noble O A <?.. K 44 *
0. 2(881 Ohio Ranger.. tt H K ..
2300 Omar Oil 3* 2* 2% ? *
M ' ' Ref. 8* fl 8 ? *
400 Papillpa Hct... 5*4 5% 54* ..
1MOO Savoy Oil 10 !>% 10 + %
l'MMOtO,... 244 2>i 244
r MOO Settled Prod.. 2% 1% 2%
8.100 81mm Pet 10% 0% 10
200 filnrlr OH 8 pf. 8? 83% 84 ? %
y-f-o ? . -. Vy oil #H OH 0>i ..
nt 100 Spencer Pet... 12% 12% 121, - %
-i TO > T .-i O ' I,. \ 11-18 % ..
. 1000 Vn Tea OH .... A A A ..
" 1800 victoria 'Ml n. 144 ?% 1% ..
ri iroo VitPan Oil H v? % ? %
*r iooo WVelan oil.... 44 14 44 ..
3300 White Oil 22% 21% 22% ? 44
MINING.
_ 300 A)a--F1r Col .13-tO 13-18 13-18+1-1#
IV 800 Alvarndo Mln. 13% 14% 18% ..
" 1000 Am Mine* .... 1 % 1
r# .' 1000 A rlrona Silver. % % % ? A
r? I 1000 Atlanta t 1 I 1
1 | 12100 HIK iA-dKe A A % + A
ft. 2000 Hoot h t 4 4
| 7000 no*t t> Mont.. t 44 42 43
i 3200 Calerl Mill....4 17 18 1#
8000 Candelarta M.. A % A + A
30 Cafon Hill ... 224* t2\ 22% ..
_ 2800 Cerbal Silver.. % 4, % ..
? 200 Con Vlrvlnla.. 8 5 8
3".oo Cortes Stiver.7 84 61 84 +1
sroo Crr -on (MM... 1% % % ? %
BOO rare-In Silver 2% 2% 2S + %
ml 8#0" Divide Evt...f30 ?8 20
he (too Duntlo Arl* ..1% 1% 1% ..
ae innn jr.) Relva'or... % ' % % .. I
3000 F.mma Silver.t 4% 4% 4% + %
8 3*00 Run kn froeaf 27 CIS 25
8200 ttureka Holly.. 1% 1A 1% .. i
la, , 7000 Mt-lna 44 '* % I
t*. , 2100 Ocl6 Con*.. .t (? 8 8 ?I
te. i-'O r.-Vt n*vel..t 5 4 . !
he IOOO OoMflHd Flo.f 18 10 18 +2 ]
?" 2700 fj.'l Kf* t 2 2 2
1*00 Odd S Mek t 4 14..
121O0 C.ol.l Zone... 38 3# 37
?nnn i ; >-r a T i<.nn..T i l j
. KV H"!n Mln . ?H 4>* 4 B-K1 + ^
1 JO0 H-mliirn* S.vn. HH HI14 jria 4. u
Soon 'umbo (l?n
rtt. 2<t"0 K-ii" Dl.l i?.f ? fl 0
,tr 1'ro '""I '*"* Co. 7-lfl 7-10 7 ID ..
. 3200 M Namat* .. 14 8-10
? 1 i?nf) 35 Nam Or.... H 44 u
/t 1 f.7<*i Mnr?h M!n...f 14 18 18
" 00 M<m rr K... 114 114 11; _ 44
I 1000 M )th?rln#o . f M r.? r.O
joe I. n.. f<% 8?4 f.k - u
j inno Nabob Cntvi. . . 12 12 12 4-1
, I 240"* N'rth fl*ar.,..f 8 4 I
, ppr> Ophlr Sliver .. 11 V ?? ,.
oofiprtnr.ro 1 % A A ..
rcn Kn> V.rrlo Cop. 1 tV 114 1% 4 A
* 100" Rev Con* ? (1 8
'*00 Roche 'or M..f UP# -(-1
1210O p,,p?r ilronp A H A + A
) lC'O Ban Toy t ? ? n
nvi jj7,K) Ku)h,r!,n,. m i iiA .
?000 Silver Kin# i>,t :i .1 a
* 100 Simon illv?r LI 1 1
2000 Ho Am V * r?.. M4 6 r.*A ..
. ijprt St <"rol* Mln.* 1 74 1 4- 44
? rxi S Silver Load. A A A ..
K00O f.tcv.art Mir .. 17 17 17 4- 8
1 1000 Sucre** Mln..f 1 4 ..
f|nn Tmmpah Bel. . Iff 1ft )U _ jl
1 7000 Tonnpah C 71.,f 8 7 7 ..
I 7101' Tono PlrHn... Iff 114 1U
nr- jaoo Toiopah B*t. 1*4 1A lA ? A
iv a 2H00 Tono-Jtm H . .t 18 18 18 -f-1
tllrt 2000 Tnnopah MM.t 10 10 to +i
4 70OT0 opah Mln... tH IA 114 + A
\ 2'0O Tonopah Ml*, .t 11 10 In 41
P'4 2rtrtoTon<pah Mont r 10 in jo -1
1H I8O0 Ton H.t in 10 10
k
I
THE NE
MISCEL
XKff YOKK CITY won OH.
Yield
Form. Kate and Maturity. Bid. AiU. Abt.
liter. 44?. July. i:a)7 944 5511 4 TO
Inter. 44?. .'line, 1005 041% 9f>4 4.77
Inter. 4 ,t. March, 1003 044 954 4.77
Inter. 4!*a, Nov., 1057 044 06 % 4 70
Inter. 4 4a. May. 1037 944 034 4.79
Inter. I .a, April, 1900.. Hh4 89'i I 82
Inter. 441. March, 1904 884 894 4.S.!
Inter 44?. March, ll'rti 88% 894 4.si
Inter. 444. Sept., 1000 884 894 4 87
Inter. 4Us. March. I960-1930 . 884 894 4.87
'ouuon 44n. 1924-19.11 5.50
Joupon 14*. 1921-1923 5.75
Inter. 4a. May. 1950 84 85 1.81 ,
Inter. 4a. Nov., 1058 84 85 4.8(1 ;
Inter. 4a, May, 1957 84 83 4.8'
Register. 4.i. Nov.. 1958 83 811% 4.9 .
It-'Sister. 4a, Nov., 1955 83 844 I '?B 1
UegUter. 4s. Nov.. 1938.. ... 871% 991% 1.9 j
inter .1 ??, nuv., imo in 111 i.e.
Intel. 3%?, Nov.. 1934 75 70 4.0 *
Itegla. coup. 3%?, May, 1954.. 73 7fl 4.97
Ylelil
Bid.Asked.
Coupon 4,ia. 1024-1032. 3.50 ....
Coupon 4%a. 1021 11,23. 5.73
It fitter 3tin, 19-40 1958 5.20 3.00
Re. l*?tor. Si-*, 1030-1039 5.30 5.10
R??i;<Vr. coup. 3%u. 1022-1020.... 5.73 5.23
R ..1, ?r. roup. 3%e. l''20-1021 6.14)
Register. 3s, 10IO-1O53 3 30 5.00
Krister. 3B. 1020-1030 5.73 5.25
Register. 3s. 1020-1025 6.25 6.25
NEW YORK STATE BONDS.
Yield
Form. Rate and Maturity. Bid. Aak. An
Coupon 4'January, 1904... 90% 102% 4.37
fl. ,;:3ter. 4'-'??, - BUUBiy, 1064. 98'b 101% 4.12 I
Coupon 4 Sept., 1063 39% 102% 4.37
Hegl t-i 4%s. Sipt.. 1063.... ?? 101% 4.4.
Coupon 4Vi . March. 1965 05 j
luTi-.tir. 4%?. March, 1963.. 04 ,
Coupon 4%?. January. 1965.. 05 ....J
H. einter. 4'43, . anuary, 1065. 04 |
Coupon -I'**. January. 1045... 05 !
It. nl't. i1. I January. 1345 . 04
Coupon 4s, I960-7, J it J. . . . 00% 03 4.3 j
tegleter, 4s, 1000-7, J. & 0.. 89% 02 4.40 |
Cou'ton 4b, 1058-07, M. 4: S. . 00 4 03 4.3 j
llrgi-.ter 4?. 1058-07. M. & 8. 69% 92 1.40 I
Coupon 43, JanuaiY. 104ft.... 90%
t. ..-Inter. Is, Ja.riary. 1046... 80%
Coupon 4s, January, 1942.... 00%
Register 4j, January. 1042... 83%
STANDARD OIL STOCKS.
Bid. Ask.l Bid. Ask.
knglo-Am. 21 22 Pr. PL....218 22",
ttl net .1050 1130 Solar Ref..800 410
do pf.. ..107 110 South P L.115 120
[lorne-Ser.415 433 South Pa..263 270
Buck r L. 88 01 S W Pa PL 63 68
3he? Mfg..210 230 Std of Cal.314 818
do pf....lOO 103 Std of Ind.005 705
Continent..100 105 (Std of Kan.525 550
Cres P L. 20 32 .Std of Ky..370 380
C 1' 1, Inc.135 145 Std of Nob.400 430
Eur P L. 113 125 Std of N.J.015 623
Salc-iia-Slg 14 48 ' do pf 1<M% 10',%
do pf old 00 9.5 IStU of NY.871 373
do pf nev 88 02 Std of O...400 430
[11 P L...160 165 I do pf....l03 107
Ind P L... 00 05 (Sevan A F. 00 70
Int Petrol. 16 17 Un Tank. .115 120
Nat Tran. 20 31 , do pf 05 08
N Y Tran.170 180 ( Vacuum....347 333
North P L 07 102 Wathltwrton SO 35
Ohio ... .205 303 I Std subrld
Pa Mex F. 48 32 I en bloc. 1630
Pierce ... 14 15 Std old st
do pf 81 83 | all on...2243
rr O A a.543 500 I
STEEL STOCKS.
Blrl. Ask.' Bid. A?k
Am Brass . 190 1041 Fast Steel 00
aa,_ . r?.... ? >-. 1 1Q r.mn R Jb I 1(\
do pf 75 77j do pf 85 7"
Bub h VV11. .100 108:Herc P 202 210
nil-.-. K IV.270 32.'., do pf 92 ?*
do pf 651 Nile--B-P ..87 DO
Carb Steel.. 03 do pf 05
do 1st Pf. 9> 100 Peovlll Mfg..370 4CPI
do 2<1 pf . ">5 0'.!Thomas Iron. 40 45
Colts Anns.. 48 50JWinch Corp.400 45(1
Du I Tow..220 22(1!Woodward. . 50 03
OUT
BOSTON.
MINING.
Sales. Open. High. Low. Last
iro Bid Heart O'i 9% 9 9%
215 C?' A A lz.... 56 56 5tl BO
5 Oal & Hecla...270 270 270 270
400 Car"on 22 22V& 22 *-2.?
TO Copper Range. 8414 34% 34% 34V.
200 Ka-t Butte.... 10 10 10 10
30 Hancock 4 4 4 4
10 I land Creek.. 5314 u3Vi JWV4 B-%
10 I'd Creak pf... 77 77 77 i7
10 Mass Conn.... 214 j-Va
80 Mayflower ... 514 584 M4 5%
10 Ncv Cornelia. IS 18 18 18
100 New River 45 45 4.. 45
100 New River pf. 93'4 ?3V4 03',4 93V
150 N'ipirr.lng 814 85* 84* 8*
15 North Butte... 14% 1414 14% 14,4
100 S' annon 1 1 ' *
1000 South Utah... 10 10 10 10
25 Utah Ape*.... 214 2'?
41 Utah Cons.... fl'7 6% 8 J*
200 Utah Metal... 1% 1% 1% 1*4
RAILROADS.
26 Bos & Albany. 127 127 12614 120'<4
50 Boston Kiev... ?T 67 66'4 6<
20 Bos A Maine.. 37 37 30 36
190 Bos Sub B1 pf. 3 3 3 >
145 NY. NH & H.. 34 34% 33% 3.1%
11 Old Colony.... 84 84 84 84
IB West Knd 4114 4114 *1
MISCELLANEOUS.
14 Am Apr pf.... 87 8714 87 87V.
5 Amoskeag pf.. ?. in 75 7o
35 Am rneu....'.. 2 2 2 3
12 Arn Snuar 104 1 04 104 1 04
27 Am Sugar pf. 10614 100% 1W< 106
285 Am Tel 98% 98% 98'* 98'.
79 Am Wool pf.. 92',4 9214 92 92
55 Atlas Tack 23 23 23 23
100 Ka-tern S S.. 2014 20% 2014 2014
18 E 'I 'on 130 150 150 150
165 Elder 23 23 23 23
60 Fairbanks .... 52 52 52 32
20 Gorton ' 1814 3*% 11!^
30 Gray 1514 1814 14'4 14%
20 lnt Cot M pf. 87 87 97 8.
10 Int Prods pf.. 44 44 44 44
55 I.lbby 12 12 11% 11%
10 Loews 11% 11% 11% 11%
55 Mass Os? 83 83 88 83
40 Mass Gas pf.. 60 60. 60 00
2 M-Elw lot pf. 93V 93% #8*4
79 Nat Leather.. 9", 10 9% 9%
48 New Eng Tel. 9'".% 96% 96V* 96%
5 Orpheum 27V4 2714 9714 -7%
176 Par Mills 160 160 155 1.>5
40 Swift n?i juow mo k?i?
27 S-a If. Int .10 30 30%
i| Torrtnifton ... OS (IS ,tS HS
r.f t* DruR 1ft pf. 4.1 48 4,7 4.7
340 T.Tn Shoo 88% 88% 38% .18%
30 I'll Shoo pf... 23', 23% 23% 28',
Kior, Ventura 17% 17% 17% 17%,
it Waldorf 10 19 19 19
10 Walth Watch. 22 22 22 22
100 Wink Wire.... 27 27 27 27 j
BONOS.
$1000 French 8? 101% 101% 101% 101%
1(1 (>0 C. n A g 4ii.. 1X1 98 Ikl 9(1
8000 Swift 8a 83% 83% 83% 83%
BOSTON ri'RB CLOSING.
Bid. Auk. Bid. A-k.|
AH* Ext.. 8 4 Iron Cap... 8 1(1
8 ri: Silver 17 19 La Rose ... 20 33
Boa Mnn... 43 44 Majcatlc . 10 13
niiBwk .no as 'v, M<tais 30
C-iln ?'?. 1 1% Mid Moss. .. 30
Chief Con. 3% 4 [Monarch.. 8 13
Crovn Rea In 20 [Nat I. A 4 8
Cry-Sn! nw 31 34 Nev Dong.. 12 19
PenblKh... 1(1 17 ! Nixon 3 8
llaRlf nn.. 2A 2%l Ranler .... 23 80
Forfuna.. 3 8 {Seven Met. 8 9
Oadaen ... SO 80 |g(l Reef .. 7 8
Net
Sales. High. Low. Last. Chg*.
roor 8 ConC1....t 8 7% 8
1400 rntty tlold.... 9% 8% 9% + %
3800 T'nlted Eastern 2?l 2% 2% ? %
3000 Victory ^ 8 7 8 +1
700 West fend C... I* t% 1 iV + ft
20(10 White Cape...t " 8 8..
I 3(V*i White Cap? E.t 1 1 1
! 2O00 Wllbert f 4 4 4 41
2000 1 errlngton ...ft 8 3
30 Yukon Alaska. 24 24 24
| tBetla cents a share. *Bx dlvidtnd
nnvno
J.MOOO Allied Park ?e . <W ft" ?, >% 1 %
1,2000 Am T-1 ?*. '22. OR 94%. flr. 4
Am T"l *?. '24 02s 9234 92 \ - %
I 10000 A-m A Co In... 93% 03% 93% ..
, "(woo M>? Am O T'j? M?* 90'-, ? % 4- >4
I KCVOPc'ti Stl T", 'Ift. IM?, 04% Pt% ? 14
I rnoocrr**t<?? *o\ 004 *.\ +',
1200" r N Ily eq 7c. ( ?% 99% p<i% %
4001) rn-qiiecne "* ?9'i RR'j 4-1'i
*000 BO A r fl?. '24. *"'i k* v, 4. *i
10000 r.o A V ??, '20. 93% 93 0*.!, + V
2000 rvwirt'-h T 7e 91% *?l% HI>i - %
Kionon O- and TrP 7t .100% 100% 100%
10000 Inter 11 TK.. Tt TO TO'4 --J
rnno K<-npernM O 7c. 93% 03 OR ? 14
20OO Mnr A Co. 7%c. !> 9" 0*
pnooo vv VH A U 4c. 03H R2% S.7% +1
I 10000 n Tc. *21. o"'? 97% or +- 14
v>nn O CIMec 7c, '20. 90% 9(1% 9(1% + t;
inooo n cities 7t>. '23. 03% 03 OR'; + <4
0000 O Clt1e? 7?, '23. 03 03 0'. +1
2-000 Tin Am P 7?.. 04 94 04
22000 a'oh^ Al,l' (11 00 ?o -.14
fliooo Sinclair C 7'A- 02 91% 01% 4- %
f-non Onlvar C1? 0" 100% 10. 100
l.tono Pv 1ft A Co 7c.. 07% 07% 07 -4 ..
3000 T<-*ac c? 7c 0?% p?% 0*?, ? 14
27000 T'nlor TnnV 7* "0% 00% 90% 4. %
11OOO Wf't Clc- 7? . 03% OR"-. 1?R% .
I 140W TR'cct 3fa 3%*. 70% *9% 70'.
KOtlKlflN BONDS.
93000 Berlin 4c I(3 14% ir. - %
tonon 1 trredcr 4* 13 13 1 r 1:
lonno Prnnett ?e, 17 47% 17% 47', 1%
JW| ()" Berlin 4e . 13 l" 13
, 10000 Homhtirv 4c... 10% 10". lfl'j .. 14
I MW0 Munich |c Irt'4 IflU |(lu ? i/,
R2'V?> Norway Re, '40.10034 100% 1 iH>?. _ 1,
90O(l tt'icelan 3%*... 27 24 27 -4 2
loooriuccian *# ... 23 2.3 23 ?2
11000Swedish ??.... 04% *4% ci% 4. v
paris not nor. trading.
Paris. Oct 11.?Price# were liregtilni
on the Bourne to-flajr. Three per cent
rentes 34 fr-mrs 10 centimes; eyehanai
' on 1/ondon, 3.7 frsnoa 13 centimes; 5 p 1
cent. loan. M fr-incc 10 centime*; thi
dollar. 13 francs lOty centime*.
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W YORK HERALD, 1
LANEOUS MA
SHORT TICRM NOTES.
Seousltv. itatc. Uj*. UM. Aakwl.
AmCntlonOUCo.O Sept 2,"24 U1 >4 HUH
AmOhlWeCo. . . .0 Oct. "21-2J tMIJ ?8
. m< hi. itH6 Oct. a.i-at wo w.r.
AmObkleCo. . . a Oct. '30-37 87 IJ M',
' mTelJcTcino. . 0 Oct 11*23 W4 *4 tt"
A iuTi-14 VoJf'o.. a Feb. I '-'A <'3 h
taiTbruaiKcu ? Dec. l.?3? W3 !>
AmTobaci-oOo... 7 Nov. IWJO 00100t?
AmTobttccoOo. . .7 Nov. 1>?31 ?(? lOO.H
AiuTulutcuuCo.. 7 Nov. r?3J ow>a w
AiuT.-u-iKtrO.., 7 Nov. 1 >23 n?K w"'t
Anaruiulul c.pCo.0 Jan. 192'.* 1-3 '.'3
Anj -Aiu\'iH 'ul.t r\i April 1W33 WW ? 100
1 ruiourJct'o coiivti Jel.>,"30-34 W us
APtnobrAOti eunv7 July 15.M1) WOW W5'i
I'.i thStei K'urp.. 7 July 13,"33 U7y, ! ?
Hit StrelG'orp. 7 JiJ.v i;.."33 061* t tl...
("anl iu4licitwy .a Mar. 3,'34 '"4:i4 ,
OanArtrcnllnoHy.ti Feb. 1:*27 St 80
("1>AvltliiJoint! A July 1W31 tft t?> 4
Otiiiii,' IVKOo.i Feb. 1U33 IM "0
iV'C.t^ tl.' yOo.tt July 103'* fc? u',,
i'.b('Su*Oooonv7 Jan. 1"J30 '.*2 UJ *
Oiull'. ckO.i .7 July 15,'33 W7jj to ,
! eilt-ralNjeltC'o.. 0 Nov. 1924 '.'3 yfl
I'l. . * kI ...ni/7 Anril l'Wi W)H 1*1 .'4
' IK IKNcp. . <? July X Ul 8TW
Oi IfOIICorp.. . .6 July I'U'J W>U 07 4
Ui.U("il'',iro.. U July ll'j-i U4J< 95.4
I ?!<vk\ OleyUR. .? Mar. H24 t?l l>3
inlHupTCoc.inv.7 Sept.liUX 70 72
' KanOTorltyOo. .9 Nov. 1./23 94 }< l?4W
j. enure.,ttCopO.7 Feb. 1030 0"j? 08 J j
I t ni'UI.fVlArof. 7 Jan. lt'2tt 92 04
:i iN.MuTliCo.tl Dec. W7? .?
hllsiMpM.Co. .6 Feb. I US ?3>? tM <
PeouaytvunUCo^H Juno 1 I,'2l 07W \>H ,
' rocAOamOn ..7 Mar. luil 9'.#4 I > * 3
iouA(..vuCo . 7 Mnr. IU2 IM.,',' 100
n?&U?i.;Co 7 Mar. 1033 i' 4 1 > ' 4
1 vb.-CuTN .1 <-onv 7 Mcr.l"22 Mi 4 8',
J l.ult.sTljCo. 6 Aua. 1 U'J (< '? \ 1 1 J;
1 ! irt'onsi>110 74 May i.i.'J", t-iH 34
> utheroKwv <1 Mar. 10,'22 to <>' j
'.tlivsluIvVrlC 7 April! >25 04 h
t-tl'i 111 Jp guar.. . 5 4 D<x\ I .'2U i'4
otitACo . . 4 Aug. 1'.,'21 ? ; 'i l?SH
' l.clrxaaCo. . 7 Mai-, l.'it li.v ? 00
t.ihSecurt'orp.. 0 Sept. 15. "M *2 M
..otJ'.kcCi.ein 7 984 90
rrnuc I TILIT1KS.
gull-,. III sell. Low. Bid. Ark.
110 Cities Service. . 301 207 298 302
138 CltU'M Herv pf. 05 4 3 8.54 034 00
H > 1 CiLlr S pf U. '>"!? 3<* 5\ 64
211) C rf bank shs.. 344, J4V4 344
41 "00 C S deb B.. .. 139*1 I34\ 1344 1394
46000 C 8 deb C 95 P4',4 944 PU4
410 Km C A F pf.. ?l\ M 84 86
Ad I' A L. 11 1? Flmp O *
do pf 70 73 1 F Co 0%
Am L A T.110 113 eon nutea
do pf .83 86 1?24 84 86
Am 1} A E S7 88 lt_p (1 1
do pf 37 39 ' 1' Co 8*
Am P A L 47 30 pf stock.. 84 8<1
do pf. ... 05 08 t Fed LIT.! 9
Am P Utll .. 20 1 do pr 40 45
do pf 30 Uns 1 E 8.230 330
Am W W. 84 4 ' do pf 75 83
do 1st pf.. 4-4 48 No Out L.. 10 144
do par pf 4 7 ! do pf.... 44 48 j
Appal Pr.. 2 tl 'No O E Cp. 12 18
do pf 13 18 ! do pf 27 32
rpHU 20 28 No 8ts Pr.. 29 32
do pf ... 8.5 9.5 do pf 70 79
Cen 8 Elec 7 10 R H I. Co. 7 0
do pf 42 47 do pf 27 31
Col Pwr.. 7 9 Sou <"al Ed 79 82
do pf 80 90 do pf 92 96
C P R & I. 14 17 P?d G A E. 12 14
do pf 3l) 31) do pf 33 37
E R A S pf 78 82 T U L A P 4 2
E D E pf. 00 70 ' do pf 2 3
EtTip C, & Un I. A It.. 20 23
F 1-0 1?t I do 1-t pf. 53 58
A coll 6s Wert Pwr.. 18 20
1926 .... 92 90 | do new... 60 C3
TOBACCO STOCKS.
Bid. A?k 1 Bid. Ask.
Am Cigar.. 129 131'R J Reyn A
do pf...... 75 79 new 75 Pn
G \V llvlme.1.35 165 do B new.. 40 42
do pf 93 961 do pf 98 100
} S Young..130 140'fnlv Leaf. ..150 2'"
do pf 77 84' do pf 10(1 10*
McA A F... 109 114 tv.-ym Bru. 163 17"
dr> Pf 80 901 do pf 89 94
P II-A T...110 120,
OF TOWN MAR
Iloma 6 7 IU V Ext.., 30 304
Iron Bio*.. 23 32 |Yukon 14 14
CHICAGO.
Sales. Open. High. Low. Last.
394 Armour Lther 154 154 154 154
250 Armour pf.... 92 92 914 ?'%
100 Brldcoe 10 16 ltl 10
lOt) Case Plow 10 10 10 10
30 <1 I Ry, err 1 12 12 12 12
2.5 Chi Title A T.205 203 205 203
153 Cudahy 66 00A, 06 00*
40o Coiit Motors.. 74 74 74 74
50 Hupp Motors... 14 14 14 II
330 Llbby 12 12 1144 y "i
300 Mont Ward... 2(1% 2(1% 20% ?' %
421 Nat leather.. 0% 0% 9% 9 ?
53 l lpcly Wlggly 28 28 27% 27 %
30 Qk.r Oats pf.. 88% 88% 88% 88%
100 Ki'o Motors... 22% 22% 22 22
000 Searg-Roebk .117 117 11(1 116V,
100 Sliaw 70% 78% 70% 70%
210 Stew art-Wrnr. 31 31% 31 31%
4.->0 Kwlft Intl 20% 20% 20% 29%
120(1 Swift 1 (HI 1U0% 10.7% 103%
3700 TTnlon Oarbido 60% 00% 30% 60
27000 t.'n Carbide rts 1% 1% 1% 1%
130 Wall I 48 48 48 48
700 West Knitting 12% 12% 12 12%
BONDS./
110'XI Armour 7s.... 03% 93% 03% 93%
2(88) Chi R.v. s A f.s 48% 48% 48% 48%
17000 Chi lly. s H 3s 40 40 40 40
PHILADELPHIA.
2 Am Rye pf... 23 23 23 23
20 A me r ( las 38 38 28 38
23 Amer Milling.. 8% 8% 8% 8%
130 Am Stores 31% 31% 31%' M%
77 Buf * Sua pf.. 43 43 43 43
37 Cambria Iron.. 39 39 39 30
210 Elcc Storage...113 116% 113 116
800 In- Co of N A 28% 29 28% 20
510 Lake Superior. 11 11 11 11
123 Lehigh Navlg.. 64% 63 04% (13
r<Ml I0:lla Kleo 21% 21% 21% 21M
20 Penn Salt Mfg. 66% (16% 66% bO'/i
10063 Phi la R T 19% 19% 18% 19
35 Phlla Co 0% pf 3! 31 30*4 80*4
290 Tonopah Ilel.. 1% 1% 1% 1*1
PR Union Traction 30 30% 30 30
1144 TTnlon C-a* Imp 89% 39% 39% 8. y
8 Un O 1 7% pf.. 50 50 50 30
BONDS.
$1000 Am O A El 5s. 72% 72% 72% '.2 V
2"O0 P.l A Pco Tr 4s Ml 63 53 33
3000 Phlla El 1st 3s 82% 62% 82% 02l|
BALTIMORE.
Sales. Open. High. Low. Last
200 Atlantic Pet... 3% 3% 3% 3V
10 Ala 2d pf 67 67 67 6*.
30 Oltlrens Pank.. 40(4 407', 40^4 40s
59 Com Credit.... 24% 24% 24% 24',
0 Com Credit pf. 45% 45% 45% 458
200 CeTeetlrie 1% 1% 1% 11
IO0 Cons Coal 85 83 83 83
80 Cons Power. .. 93% 93% 03% 9It'll
Davidson 36 36 30 30
50 Houston Oil pf 7(1 70 76 *16
30 M A M F N* Hk 20 26 26 26
in Mnryiano uaa. t? .n i? m
420 United Ry 13?i 1.3V 13 13
BONOS.
ttOOO Allan Coaet 7*101 101 101 101
2000 c-oin rower Or. f.1P.7V4 *3U P.T
roooron* Pow 4tta. 74', 74H 74',4 74'
*000 Cons C rfg ifa. 70 70 70 70
7000 '"osden Or MH l?4*i M',J 04'
1 mm ivnn W po an an ho an
11000 united Ry Inc.. 4?'~4 toy, 48V4 4*'
I 1000 United UyOr.. oik* 01', 01U 01'
| 1000 Un RI Po 4<-.r. 7*M 714* 78V 781
PITTSBPBO.
S Sales. Open. With. Ln? . Leal
100 Am W G1 M. .111 111 111 111
I 2.1 Am W O M pf 86 80 80 Hfl
METAL MARKET.
Oct. 11. Oct. ?.
Bid. Asked. Bid. Asked
Epelter, prima
West, Nov 7 40 ... 7.70
Alntnlniim *2 00 *3.00 83.00 3100
Qiilrkallver *72.00 ... ?72 00
Antlmonv 6.7.1 7.00 7.00 7.21
Platinum, soft *10100 ...flrtlOO
Platinum, r*. Ir. ... *120.00 ...*120oo
Platinum. 104* lr. ...*141,00 .. .*14100
Filer cop, apot 18.00 .., 18.00
Plec cop, Oct 18.23 ... 18.00
Pip Iron, No. 1 X
found rv .1.1,32 37.82 33.32 17.32
Pitt Iron. No. 2.
rllleon 33.77 33 77 38 77 33.77
, Pla Iron, olaln
No. 2. silicon. .32.12 14.32 12 32 14.32
tt.rr Iron. Pitta.. ... 48.10 ... 48. vt
Uraa bllleta. Pitta ... 30.00 ... 00 00
OLD METALS.
f?talera' buying prlcea am a? followr;
CenPt
P?r PolinCopper?Heavy
rut A rrurlble .. I4'04fl.1f
Heavy and wlra 7. Il.7fi3ll 1
1 licit t and bntloma 12.nft*12.(
Heavy marhlnery romp 13.714714.2
I T a lean 4 Oirii 4.1
Z'nr scrap ' 21 .p 3 1
, 1 are, t eavy 8 :,cv / ill
I Brass, light 0.1017 7 <
1 No. 1 clean bra?a turnings 8,2.10 8.1
No. 1 enrnp turning" 11.TIWI2.1
L?a<1, hrivy 6.23# 6.'
I WiMniiM Ort It ?following are the cln
Ing metal quotation*:
t a. d. Change*.
0 pper, *t>?t M 10 0 off {I 10m
Hopper, future*.. .. f?ft 10 0 off {| I Oh
IE loo copper, ?pot... !(*> 0 0 off ft
| Kir<- future* 113 0 0 off 12
Kale*--Ppot. 300 ton*; future*. TOO top*.
Tit. <pot... 203 13 0 off 12 3*
1 Tin, future* 270 .3 0
1 , Strait* 13 0 off (2 3*
Sale*?Spot. 200 tona; futuraa, 40o ton*.
! 1 rail, rpot 34 12 0 up 3*
1 ' ltd, futur?? 34 10 0 up 3a
' Spelter, *po! 40 10 0 up 7*
Spelter, future* 41 IT 0 up 10*
I,OJtI?OJf MOIfBT MARKET.
London, Oct 11.?Bar silver. 53*4
on ounce; bsr gold. 117s. 3d : men.'
? '$ per cent. Discount rates?Sho
r bills. 5% per cent, three month bll
? flH US 11-13 per cent. Oold pretnlur
t Lisbon 140.
'UESDAY, OCTOBER 12^
RKETS J
NKW YOItK HANK STOCK!*.
Biii Ask ! Bin.ask.
America 205 212 Qarflald Nat .230 240
Atlantic 215 ... Gotham J"-? -v-'
Am Kxch 260 270 Gruenw Ich - -ft>
Battery 190 200; Harrhnan ....340 -Jg
Bowery 420 ...|llaaover ??
Bryant Parte 150 160! Industrial ? >
B w ay Cent . . .150 100 Imp ft Trad. ..?00 5ij> ti
llroiis Nat.. 150 160 Irving Nat...--J - .11
llutch to... -17 4." Liberty .. ?"} $?V
Cluie 395 30".|Manhat Co -03 -K>
Chat ft P....963 275|MechftM 520 52..
Chelsea Ex... 137 143|Metropolitan ..3 ?
Chemical .. .550 5651 Mutual ... 4IK) ...J
City 310 314)Nat American.IL> la. ,
Coal ft Iron..2.0 21,0 New Neth.... 18 190,
< i.miherce .229 23* N Y N B A...460
Colonial .... 350 ... N Y Co 13_> ...
Continental ..120 ...Park * } > " ,
Columbia 170 185: i'aclflc ,,
Corn Kxeh 335 34*. Public *;M' 310
i ormopolltan.100 120 Seaboard ?Jj m
Commercial E.4 0 ... Second *-; ?. >
Com-wealth. .215 22.5 State .... .. 300 210 pr
Cuba 1*0 190 23d Ward..... 100 ... th
Kant Rlvor. .160 ... United States. 1.0 180
Fifth Nat 10 163 Union Ex l?o 1?0 In
Fifth Ave 910 033 Wa.U Hts 52.i ...
Flr?t Nat IKK) 925 Yorkvllle 37j ...
For. lgn Tr U. .55 65 ! nc
VRL-ST AND SURETY COMPANIES.
Bid.Ask.I Bid.Ask. 8"
Alliance 80 .. Lawyers T 150 140
Am Trust* Lincoln Tr l;;a 1?2
Am Surety.... 70 73 Manufac'rs ...195 2th, th
Bankers ... 355 363 Mer T 300 3-3 m
Bond ft Mtg.,212 218 Metropolitan...2-0 -60
"nt Union.. .365 375 Mtge Bond.... 75 8o |
Brooklyn Tr..485 "00 Mut T of W.. .103 125
Columbia .. .313 325 Nat Surety 203 21
ommervlal .153 .. . N Y L I ' ?
r::m? Tru.it.. X?? York Tr..i?) ... <ra
" 2"0 o H'i.N V Title 11.' ar
Farmers LAT.375 Peoples ' aa
F-.lton 1170 . Realty As?o...llK> '{?
Fidelity ..... .200 21" Title O t T.. 30' 31-* **
Guaranty 340 ar?0 nlted States.810 83" g.
!If. ntlton 2 2<i III 8M t T...81G 4n_> til
Hudson T 160 .. ,|U S Title O. .. 80 8.i i O0
' IntfWi'o 030 600 Westchester ..130 ... .
La yer* M...I10 120|WeBt T A M.1.0 160 ,
See N. V. Title & Mt*. Co.
DIM IXUMaiL) STOCKS. n<
BIO. Ask. Bid. A*k. , tIl
A mill I.th. 20 30 I Flak R 1 P 8"' 00
do pf 65 71 Int Sllv pf. 87 92
Am Chicle 38 40 i Loh V C 8. 82 85 ?<
ilu pf. . . 02 65 Lima I. pf. 63 83 re
Am Mfg. .149 133 j Nat Caiket.100 110 c0
do pf 83 87 [Norton 1 pf !>1> .. m
Am MAC .130 160 '.NJZ nw at.175 178
A Thrd pf. 3 3%|Nwn L pf. #3 98 tJ
Am type K 38 43 Phelps D..160 190
do pf 82 87 PrattAD pf 93 87
A 11 T N J 33 85 n Bk Pdr.110 . 120
tflas P C. 61 .. do pf 80 84
Flarnh Bros P"f " * T<- ?? ?* 81
ASpln 1 p 82 87 Singer Mfg.128 132 Of
'tarnh Bros St 1. KMAP 40 45 In
ASpln 2 p 63 .. Stoll l h pf. 05 98 tj,
Bor CM.. 95 97 8 D Warren
do pf 82 85 pr pref... 93 98 w
Rush T pf. 65 .. V Ttaalte Co
City Invest 60 70 Inc 20 26 ol
' '" told .1*0 133 do pf.... 63 >3 nl
Chllds Co. 79 81 Valvo pf... 97 100
do pf 89 92 Waltt A B. 92 98
J'L.tW 'o.lOO 163 Yale A T..2i5 28j PC
llrap Crp 128 131 i to
SUGAR STOCKS. jr
P'd. A-k. Bid. A'k
raracn^. 50 55 Oodch R pf K7 90
C Agulrro. 87 90 June Cent.. 150 200 ce
fr- nl ..13 20 Mat-Am ...23 S3 til
de T.f ... 43 35 do pf 80 90
Fajardo .. 98 101 pflchtgan.. 10 11% '
j rt\l . 95 10". I National ..138 142 N
fit West. . .3V) 400 N Nl'iuero.250 350 v<
do nf 113 117 'cnvannah.. 43 30 p(
Goldch'x 8 48 50 4 ?o pf.... 78 82 ,
CilKMICAl. STOCKS.
jlid. A?t' 914. A-1 P<
Am Cyan... 27 32!Orasselll 1;}3 ol
do pf 55 601 do pf 93 09 .
03 !" Ky Solvay 95 j tv
Casein Co.. 40 30t"?rok pf. 83 93 | ?'
... J" tierrtmac ... 75 80 j El
Ou P Ch pf, 9% lOVt'Mulford Co.. 46 51 v<
Fed i"li ... 90 9'. Bemet S 1"0 100 D]
do pf .. 93141 Solv Proe... .185 200
KETS , I
220 Arkansas Gas 10% 10% 10% 10% .
20 Carlio llyd pf 3% 3% 8% 3%
23 Crucible St pf 92 92 92 92 Si
200 Ind Brewing.. 1% 1% 1% IJi O
(150 Kay Co Gas.. 1% 1% 1% 1% tl
20 Lone Star Gas 30'j 30% 30% 30%
340 Maryland Ref. 4 4 4 4 "
100 Mid Slates Oil 14% 14% 14% 14% n
40 Nat Fireproof. 6 6 6 6 w
210 Oltlo Fuel Oil. 25 23 23 2.<
12" Ohio Fuel Sup 47% 47% 47% 4.%
10 Okla C.aa 31% 31% 31% 31%
10 Pitta Brew pf 9 9 9 9
10 Pitta Coal 67% 67% 67% 67%
60 Pitta Oil A G 12% 12% 12% 12% O
20 l"n Gas 120 120 1-0 120 p
lOWcst Air llr .101 101 101 101 c
115 West Electric. 40% 40% 40% 4 %
..... 1. TJ 111.1 10 9'.. 1" U
71 W P w" p" p'f 59# 60 tifi'i 60 ?
DETROIT., t
Hales. Open. High. Low. Last, g
H>() Charcoal Iron. 3s* 3% 814 8% .
Uio Charcoal Ir pf 4% 4t4 4% 474
1140 Cont Motors... 714 7V? 714 % 1
113 Detroit Edison 0614 07 06% 0614 c
10 Ford 30-1 304 301 304 r
100 Midi Sug .... 1014 1014 10% 10H ''
1000 Noble ..: 1.13 1.18 1.13 1.18 E
ll"n Packard 1314 13*4 13H 1314 r
174 Packard pf.... 79% "014 7014 70 j.
4*0 Rco Motor.... 22 22 V4 22 22% .
' KAN FRANCISCO MTNINti STOCKS.
DIVIDE. a
Rid. Ask.I Rid. Ask. j.
Allied Dlv.. 3 4 Junior 1 2
Alto Dlv... 7 Bj Knox 7 0
, A no* I>lv.. 1 2 McN Cres... 11 12 9
R.lcher Dlv. B ClMyra 4 B
n.lcher Ext. 9 Allien? 1 2 0
Brougher... 10 201 Revert 7 8 .
I <, (.? . i nns. 3 4lRo?ctta .... 2 8 11
Divide Ext. 28 SOI Royal 1 S
Divide 1.75 1.80;Toggery .... 2 4 h
, 1> Divide. 4 B Silver King.. 2 3 0
t Gold Zone .. 36 MlSyndlcate ... 2 S
HsMj Tono.. 6 7 Verdi T .4 T
i Hennessey... 1 2|Vlctory 7 A s
i Horseshoe.... 12, n
TONOPAH. p
! Cash Bov... 7 8|Mon Con.... 8 12 t
Jim nutler.. 14 16,North Star.. 4 B ?
| VrNanmra.. 19 21ine?eue 20 21 .
i Midway ... 10 11 Tono Ext.. 1.50 1.60 ,
Mizpah Ex.. 10 12,West End.. 1.15 1.20 1
? GOLDF1ELD.
Atlanta .... 1 2|C.reat Rend.. 1 2 1
Booth 5 6< Jumbo Ext.. 7 9 *
I COD ItKcwanas ... 2 3 t
Comb Frae. 2 3lI.one Star... 6 7 ?
fi Crackerjaek. B 6|Red Hills F. 2 3 .
4 Florence O. IB 17|Sllver Pick.. 6 7 0
1 Gold Cons.. 8 9| Spearhead.... A 4 r
k MISCELLANEOUS. ?
4 Amparo.. . .1.40 l.BOIRoch Mines. .. 12 "
Ariz United. 12 15|Sari Toy S 7 1
Eden 20 30 Tecopa 0 10 j
Mayflower... 1 2|I7nlted Amal. .. 1
Nev Hills... l 2WhlteCaps.. A 10
Nevada Won 12 1411V Caps Ext. 1 2
Round Ml 1*. 17'Yerlnrton 3 4
MONTREAL CLOSING.
Rid. Ask. I Rid. Ask. r
* Ames pf... 55 60 Cement pf. .. 90 ,
A*be?to*.. 100 101 'Dome Iron. 56 .. 1
* Rrnr.lllan . 36 S6V4I do pf 79 .. fi
, Brompton. ?1 BlttjShawlntg. . .10814 t
7 Can car. . 4* Spat, River. .. 11114 !r
J Can C pf.. 1*0 (H)H| do pf ,H6Vi 117 II
* Can I-oco. 63 .. Sti of Can. .. fl-.tu, \
Can Bmelt. .. 24%|T,aiircnMtle. .. 110% f
t. Can S 8.. ?r> [Quebec .... 27 27V4 )f
do pf.... .. 77 1>om Tex...130 130% 1 r
Cemant ... <12 92141 IJ
EQUIPMENT TRUSTS.
(Quoted on a percental!.. haala.) !
Name. Maturity. Ilat#. Hid. Ask
RaMmnre * OMo... 1020-27 4% ft |o I
Bfth1?li?tr. Bteel.... 1020-80 7 7 40 673 <
Ttnf. Rc-he-" A Pitt. 1020-33 414-5-6 J Jj a'%n It
Canadian Pacific. ..1P20 32 4U-6 7 40 ?"7-. I
Cfal * Northu-#. torn.1020 23 4'", 7 40 6 50 '
Chi. It I A Pacific..1020-27 414-5 625 7 2%
Chi, Bt I, A N O.. ..1020-24 r. 7 no i'73 ?
CI. C. Chi A St \. .1000-25 5-0 740 675 1
r#'av an> 4 Hudson. 1022 4'i 7 "17 n'no
Krle Railroad 1020-27 4'* 3 an? TV)
a ran# Btenmnhtp?1000-34 <1 745 700
llllnol" Cnntral 1'00 27 4tf,-5 7 V) H 50
Internal P S 8 1020-26 7 afX 7 -4,1
1 -nut*)III# A Nash. 1020-23 3 757 v, I
Ml htgan Central.. .1020-32 5-6 7,3.5 rt'no i I
Minn * S? 14>uls. ...1020-27 5.1! M m 7 00'
Mo, Kan A Texas. . .1000-24 5 5 *0 7 50
New York Central. 1000-32 414-5 7 37 n'7,1
New York Cnntral.. 1021-35 7 7'.2 n-0 .
Norfolk A Western. 1020-24 4% 7 if ,1-0 .
Northern Pacific... .1001-30 7 7')-. n'en
N Y, N II A It 1000 20 414.5-6 R23 IT,
Pa IflcFrul, Exp. ? 1035-85 7 n v
Penn Oen Freight...1020 23 4-4U 73*, u so
r.< adtmr Co 1020-07 4% 7 50 n'vi
10 M>ahoard Air I.lne. 1070 27 4%.5.a iw 70s
1.5 flln.lalr Refining. .1600-21 0 a',:4) 7 50 I
I*. Pnthern PaMfln , ..n?-n 05 4% 7 37 n-4,
r* ; P^tthrrn PnMfli?....t'>2l 7.7 7" fl.Pn t! 70
in Southern Railway. .1020-80 4>$-& 7 .77 7.00
V) Prion Tarlfln 1024-77 7 It 07 OTP
r? Vtrrtnlnn Railway. .1020 ,70 0 7 20 n.*7
!' Willi" Oil 1020 2.7 (I g.ftO 7.VI
GOTH A M BAWK Aim* PA PIT A I,.
The Oothiim National Bank hnw Incroaanrt
Pa capital from $500,000 to
41.600,000 find Re ntirplun from $500,000
to $1,600,000. In Aprils 1010, thn hnnk'fl
capital atid mirplu* win Incrcanert from
7400.000 to $1,000,000.
NAVAL ORDERS.
fld v_ /
Special Pcpofrh In Tim ltRWAi.n.
WARTItNOTON. On. 11.-These naval order*
Pave hern mad" public t
Tlrtit, Jemme !.. Allen, to llufaii of Kn
wlncrrlns, Wa-hlnirtonl Lieut. W. O. Paid
,y >' In. t? I'. R R Rochester; Commander Hol'
i|- MrCooloy, to duty to dertroyer forre, onift
ulnorr dertroycr force. Pacific fleet; fjeui.
> ant Commander Warren 6. Moore to a?l-'ant
to ratal Inrpector of enttlneertn* matt*
terlal. Brooklyn; Capt. W. V. Pratt, to command
dentroyar force Pacific fleet
I
1920.
1UNICIPAL CARE OF
CHILD LIFE URGED
I
foover Favors Community
Staffs of Nurses to Develop
Infants.
/
Sptclal Dispatch to Tub Herai.d.
St. I?u!8. Mo., Oct. 11.?Herbert
r?ovcr advocated to-dav the estnb'ishent
of community staffs of nurses to
otect nnd develop Lho infant life of
e nation. Addressing r large gatherg
of the American Child Hyjftene Asclntlon,
Mr. Hoover said he could see
> reason why municipal governments
icmld not support community nur-os
i well nsi staffs of policemen and added
at such a policy would reduce ultiately
the necessity for police.
The whole problem of child welfare
ork . revolves around two centrnl
lints, the speaker said. 'Die first Is
.re of the Infant prior to school age
id the second care of the child to the
re of adolescence. If the nation would
apple with the chl'd question for one
ncratlon. he said, we would advance
roe generations In one in public health,
onon.ic efficiency, morals, sanity and
ability. <
The first phase is to give proper
jurlshmont and care to the infant, and
le community should see to that If
itcnts arc too poor or too Ignorant to
> It themselves. After the child has
ached school age, the community may
irrect malnutrition by giving one good
eal a day In the school. Then enters .
ie problem of child labor.
SnRrage an Aid.
Mr. Hoover sees In the activity of the
ato Insurance to the community
rnlnst deficiency In health and mind
years to come. Great advance In
eSo problems is to be expected with
omen voting, he said, and continued: j
"Some may object that this extension
! medical supervision by community !
trscs, clinical inspection of children In '
ie schools, a supplemental meal In
hools of certain sections, all tend to
10 Intimate an extension of government.
1 the very creation of free schools and j
impulsory education Itself we have ac- '
pted the fact that we cannot as a nuon
rely for the upbuilding of the race
oon the Initiative of the parents alone.
0 one can dony that the physical deslopmcht
of child life Is of equal lmmtance
with education. We, every one
1 us, pay the price- In our Jails, In our
jorhouses, In our hospitals, in the loss
' our economic efficiency, t\>e fertile
round that we furnish for all the social
atent medicines, for our failure to have
rasped the entire problem of child development,
not only Intellectual, but
liyslcal as well.
"We have also some deficiencies in
ur school system itself. I believe that
lucatlon must be compulsory In the
iterest of the nation as n whole, and
believe that the period of compulsion
tiould extend to fifteen or sixteen years
f age. The war has gTeatly disturbed
ne efficiency of our public schools, even
i the bent communities, for tho payment
of our teachers has not kept pace
:1th the rise In economic levels.
Child Labor Problems.
"There Is linked to this whole problem
f education and welfare of children the
roblem ?f child labor, Tho Federal
lovernment has already recognized the
nsonndness in the economic use of the j
atlon's resources of permitting the en- ;
ranee of young children Into Industry, j
Inch a practice results In the progres- '
ive degeneration of the race and tends !
o Impair the human resources of the
ountry on which the coming generation
nust rely. The matter cannot wisely
>c left to the sole Initiative of the sepaate
States, for wo have proved with
reat bitterness that It is not only unalr
to the States which have attempted I
o deal with the problem, but it places
premium upon States which are will- :
ng to subordinate the future well being '
f their children to a present question- ,
ble competitive advantage In Industry.
"The Federal Government Is Incapable
f making provision against employment ;
ti intra-State Industry and thus the '
reat mass of children employed In
treet trades and various blind alley
ccupatlons goes on unhindered. It apears
to mo absolutely critical that we
bould have such constitutional amend- j
nonts as permits the Federal Government
to take direct action on this ques- j
Ion, for so long as certain States are
o backward In their social devclo- ment
hat they will sacrifice their children to
ndustrial advantage It Is not only unalr
to the other States, but It Is poisonng
the springs of the nation at their
lource. And in the spread of this lnecled
population throughout the whole
irea, every State, no matter how highly
leveloped Its social organisation is,
nust bear tho burden of shiftless poverty,
criminality, that spreads from sucli
ire'as. Prohibition of child labor Is at
jest only a negative attack on tho
iroblcm."
GRAIN MARKET.
Advances of 8 to 9 pent* n bushel wore
esrlster'-d in yesterday's wheat market,
h? undertone) of which was continuously
trong. Buying was especially heavy at
ho outset anil caused the market to
Ise as much as 11 cents a bushel. It
ens due to a report, which later proved
iTont ous, that $0 per cent, of the wheat
rop had been marketed, and also to a
^reclamation of the Wheat Growers Asjoriatlon
urging farmers to hold their
vheat after October 25 until the price
ihould ndvance to $3 a bushel. The rise,
towever, was checkcu ny seuing, but
irlces moved upward later only to react
igain. Short covering before tho final
isle enabled deliveries to close near the
lay's high levels. Exporters were reported
to have taken too iohus tor the
.""ontlnent.
Provisions were lower, cheaper hogs
ind the withdrawal of the packing Inerests
overshadowing the rise In grain.
WHEAT?In the lornl rash market No. ?
red and No. 2 hard. $2.37, e. 1. f.. track.
N'ew York.
CORN?In the local ra*h market No. 2 yel
M? $1.15% and No. 2 mtxcl $1.13%, c. 1. f..
New York, ten days' shipment.
OATS??n the local cash market Noa. t and
2 white. Ort.fKPAc.; No. .'I white. 65085%r.;
No. I wliltr, ntiitM'if.: fancy dipped whit..,
19Vj1T70%c . ordinary dipped white, 85%, all
delator.
RYF?Market firm; No. 2 Western. $1.95,
r o. h , anil $1 hp. C. I. f.. New York.
IIARI.EY?Market steady; feeding. $1.01.51
1.02; malting, $1.1001.12, c. I. f.. New York
Itt CRWIII* %T? Market dull; sound trilling,
|3 40 a 100 pounds.
HAT?Market quiet; No. 1. $1.S0?>1.00;
No. 2, $1.70rf1.80. No. 3, $1.5501.70, nhip
ping, $1.350155.
STRAW?Market steady; No t rye, $2o*i
22 a ton. _
CH1CAOO PRICES.
_ . Satur
WHEAT? Open High. Tow. Cl.w. day,
IK i .nitier 203 2nd 2nd 207\ 11.
Ms 1 - |i l?'i ?$% 1110% 203% H151
CfiTtN* "
an ttf?i ua
tVfohpr <"
I <ri>nib#r .. H7 *'i
May W'i W?* 60% 0914 NHU
OATH T
runkw . .. 66% r>0*4 ."dl !V,% v.*
y?>' ?>H "I 00% <! '% no'
l,ARI>?
Opioh?>r 13 75 19.75 in ,:! 10.73 10.71
Jnitiri ... 10.90 101'7 10 07 l<; ,s; Km
f Mf!SOclot)?r
li.nn j? v
.laminry ...... 15.10 15.20 15.10 15.10 10 31
IT1RK?
Otohi'r 21.10 22.11
NovetnMr 22 00 22 in
INTERIOR RECEIPTS.
Wheat. Corn OAt?
Votprrtay 2,.203,000 747,(V>n l.minoo
L?*t weak 2,101,000 IWO.OOO P0?j00i
SEABOARO CLEARANCES.
Flour. Wtimt. r"orn
Tefttprrisy 1,633,000 R5.o<?
Lwt <VM>I? t.500 6,MIS 000 ... .
SIORATolil
8fi
IGNORED; BANKS PAY,8;
R.
M
i 1..
Decree Limiting Withdrawals
to 10 Per Cent, in Effect
for Fifty I)avs. ii
D
ii
Sprrial Cable Despatch tn Tub Hesai.D. Si
Copimoht, 1!)!0, by Tin Nbw VonK HbuaI.D. 'j
Havana, Cuba. Oct. 11.?President . Oi
Menocal's decree last night declaring n ' p
morntorluin for fifty days, during which j a
the banks can. if they wish, pay only j
10 per cent, of their deposits, seems to I pji
have, been forced by certain strong' men I
representing banks considered weak, on i
which runs occurred on Saturday, aided
by attacks In the opposition press. J Pj
Such banks as the National City
Bank, National Bank of Cuba, the (
Royal Bank of Canada, the Trust Company
of Cuba and the Bank of Nova
Scotia continue paying in full. Ignoring
the moratorium. Sound bankers say
the Cuban situation Is excellent, that <
there Is ample money for all purposes,
but that a few banks have over expanded.
The Cuba Cane Corporation an- f
nounces that It will continue paying In
full all Its obligations. 1
Although there Is a really difficult <
financial situation resulting from the
huge drop in sugar prices, and the consequent
great losses to speculators who
held a large part of last year's crop,
there Is no real money shortage.
The opinion of some financial oh- '
servers Is that the moratorium can onlyIncrease
financial uneasiness for which ]
there is no valid reason, as Cuba's financial
situation, with the help of the solid
banks, will quickly be straightened out.
O
By the Associated Press.
Havana. Cuba, Oct. 11.?Blame for
the Cuban financial crisis was placed on
"exaggerated estimates'* of banking
conditions In the decree Issued last
night proclaiming a moratorium Un- j
der the decree the Government reserves
tho rljht to declare off the mora
tcrlum, which will expire legally on
December 1, or to extend the period U
deemed advisable. President
conditions in Cuba are said
by the decree to be "due In large part
to the mass of business transacted dur j,
lng a state of prosper'ty, the tightness ,,
of foreign markets and the fall In the tt
price of sugar.*' The nmount of current
deposits In Cuban banks Is estl- ']
mated at more than $400 000,000, and
th assets, Including stocks, bonds, sugar L
and other credits, at more than $1,000,- *
000,000. ,
During the moratorium period de- A
pos'tors may demand only 10 per cent. U
On current accounts and 12 per cent, on j
savings deposits of less than $2,000. p
Creditors, however, may check against i
their accounts to cover payment of cus- 'j
loms duties, taxes and other Stute and 1
municipal requirements, which checks
shall be cashed within twenty-four hour* <j
after Issuance. '
The moratorium does not affect tho
oM stations of the National Bank of
Cuba as Government fiscal agent and
depository. Officials of tho National (
? . - n..i? ?v,IaU ma* all rlftmflnda
liar.k or ouua, w iuv.u iU?% ?... ?
of riopoitors during: the run yesterday 0
reiterated to-day their statements thn'.
the Institution la perfectly solvent and
that all Its loans on sugar are protected
In add tlon to the sugar Itself by the
property of those to whom loans were
made.
KANSAfRAJLROADS ?
WILL APPEAL TO I. C. C. L
Would Upset State Ruling on
Intrastate Fares.
' TorKKA, Oct. 11.?Railroads operating
In Kansas will apply to the Ihterstate
Commerce Commission to over- ?
t trow thr decision of the Kansas Court
of Industrial Relations which granted a r
:iu per cent Increase In Intrastate ]
freight rates, but refused an Increase ^
In passenger fares to correspond to
tiose allowed by the Federal commission
for Interstate transportation, W.
U. Smith. Santa Fe legal solicitor for
Kansas, announced to-dny.
Kansas Is the twentieth State to refuse
to grant the Increases In full. In {
its decision, the industrial court charged
that the Interstate Commerce Commission
made an error of $192.963 696 In
I computing the revenue necessary to
provide a 6 per cent, return on railroods
In the Western District which inj
eludes Kansas. The court held that a
j 20 per cent. Increase In passenger
I fares was not necessary to Insure the
| 6 per cent, return In Kansas. r
FOUR MERCHANTS HELD UP. "
^
, "New Until pshlre Dailni'M Men I.n.e
r
CiiNh and Jewelry.
f
Manchester, n. H., Oct. 11.?Four r
masked men held up L. .1. I-eJiolglans,
Edward Mrrherson, Philip ( onnolley
and Naros Costos, local business men, s
' at the point of revolvers In Mass-it).*!' r
a suburb, early to-day and robbed thorn
I of S2.900 In cash nntf?Slt00l' In watchtai '
j ami Jewelry.
OFFER TO BUY DIRECT CABLE.
.Itncli holder* to Consider llrtttsh
Illnrrrnnirnt'* l'rn|>o<ui1.
I/tXPON, Oct. 11.?The British flovernment
has made an offer to I ho Divert
United States Cable Company to pur,
chase the letter's cable and ot < r equiptnent,
and Its directors have advised Its j
shareholders to accert the offer In a
meeting called for October 10.
: The offer. It Is stated, is the outcome
of unsatisfactory local snd private negotiations
between the company and lieWestern
Union for the continuance of
the Western Union's lease of the Direct
I cables.
RI.KCTfl NEW ROAHD.
PHH.ADKi.rniA, Oct. 11.?Preliminary
to separation of Its con! properties from
other Heading companies, the Philadelphia
and Reading Coal and Iron Company
elected to-d?y an entire new Board 1
of Directors. The new members arc
Robert .1. Cary. New York; tloorge H.
Campbell, Baltimore; William D. Pol- i
Inrd an<l Jacob I'Inter. Pottsville, Pa.;
Oeor'-e C. Co-'ghlln, Norrlstown. Pa.,
and Robert J. Montgomery, Philadelphia.
William J. Richards. Pottsville, was roclo'-ted
nresident. Chst'le? H. Kwlntr and ,
Oeorge M. Rhrlver were elected directors
of the Philadelphia and Rending Railway
Coronary, to succeed George F.
Baker and Daniel Wlllard.
Fire Record
A. V I-OAS.
I2;2r? "is K. 72<1 st.: Rlrschman A
H!< Ir Unknown
f.-ifl?P-Pnm st. nnil Vermllye sv.,
stisntv: unknown Nona
" t; 1 "V> Suutl - nt Until rvard, Tlie
' Bronx. fMiultc Cigar Htore... .Trifling
11:10 "kir. I'atk ?v.i Kamuel Will
lama Trifling
, ?:00~lont of MO B. Il'li at.: mitu1
mobile truck, Irnac Honoko
. I >vlts .Unknown
I' 20? "tM K. I2tli at.; Tony Cana. .Unknown
1 ft-rda?422 Ft roadway; rubblah In lot,
. unknown Unknown
J 10 80~3ir, E. 4iMh at.; fence In yard,
unknown Trifling
T M.
1:3V-."ill W, ITStti at. J Bernard
1 Holdfarb Trifling
j 4:8<y-10<> t'clamey et.i nutn; John
rtrlnrk Trifling
4 .10 "47'.! ath nv.; (Department of
Stro. t Cleaning Trifling
n n-'n- "? w. HUM at.; Putin Batata.trifling
i T'20?2140 2<l nv.i Carmine Piiglleee.Trifling
t
immllfeK is*.
t* ' >?r P '?F TilE O NDITIOV OFTftE
r-iltd S'stes Trust Comh'any of Now York
the close of bnsUuas uu tlie JOth day of
ptember, 1020 r
RESOURCES,
oefc and bond Investment*. via. Idle
securities *2,437.550.00
rlvate -ax-unities 7,5*3.700.2.".
al estate owned l.OOO 000.00
urt (takes owned 4.011 ?*? 12
ians and discounts secured by
*>nd and murtgajte. M or
thur real estate collateral. . .. 51.200.UO
>.u\s and ills-omits secured by
tiler mllatiral 81.500,438.50
wtns. discount* and bills purhnfifxl
not secured by eolitcral
0.035.848.20
in- from approved reserve doKMltartes,
lees amount of
in 4,064.700.3s
lecie (gold certificates) 100,000.00
uo from the Federal Reserve
lank of New York, less offsets. 3,800.000.00
flier assets, \i/..
Icrrued Interest entered on
looks at close of business ou
bove date 488,813 11
Total ?62.8.57.d0fi.8H
LXAIirLITIKS.
*"ltil stock *2.000.000.00
r is:
air I s fund... *12,000,000.00
ndividod proilts 2.022.44H.03
Dramfti:
eftrred. a* foil-w?: i
> a New y,,ric
Kt tp savings
baa'ts. >3,512,104.49
>tber deposits
due Ji iwmeor. ?
administrator,
guard ?n, receli
or. trustee.
comnptee or
den.?it >ry. . 8.408.708.74
>thrr deposits
iwrrod by a
pl-slgo of us- .
sou;. 2.350.770.70
< p.- 'f -rred, as
full- i\vs:
>ej?elts subject _
to check. - 20.155,241.18
rino deposits,
certificates and
other deposits,
the payment
of widen cannot
legally lie
required within
thlrtv days. . 0,568,050.50
thor certiflcates of
deposit 2.081,546.16
Due trust companies,
banks
and bankers.... 2,220,334.40
Extend total deposit* 45.200,426.8
ther liabilities, viz.:
Reserves for
taxes 6155.500.00
Accrued Interest
entered o'n
books at clone
of business on
above date.... 658.070.41
Estimated unearned
dlscouuts
16.144.99
728,724.40
Total 802.857.505.flS
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
S. G. SCHWABACH
145 First Ave., Now York. Private Banker, ,
I the close of business on the 30th day of Sep
ituber, 1920:
RESOURCES,
lock and bond investments, vis:
IVblie securities $75,210.60
i'rlvat" securities 38,431.38
opus and discount* secured by
ol lateral 8,100.00
oana, discounts and bills purchased
tot secured by collateral 7.172.06
ccounts rncuivablu 144.00 #
iuii from customers for exchange,
money orders and steamship tickets
sold 1,810.00
H:e from approved reserve
depositaries $20,502.43
lue from foreign hanks
old bankers 8,400.79
24,060.21
pocle 268.40
tlicr currency authorized by tlie
I ivs of the United States 1,052.00
orei.ii currency Oa.Wi
ash Items, viz.:
Kxchonges and checks
fi\r ncrfc Hnv's Ca1I?V
lions"".77.. 7.. Sl.flOO.18
Other cash Items 3,600.00
4.160.18
ther assets, viz.:
Furniture and fixtures.. <1,400.00
Accrued Interest not.cntered
on hooks at close
of business on above
date 8KO.OO
2.230.0(1
total $138,821.3:
LIABILITIES.
'ermanent capital $8,000.00
urplus 24,602.21
lepastts:
Deposits, subject to notice.
w lthdraw'uble only
on presentation of passbooks
$113,172.43
Due foreign banks and
bankers 10,338.73
Extend total deposits 123.ASS.lo
Suuury liabilities 691.02
Tots 1 $163,021.39
WOO,000,000 REBT
TO ROADS HELD UP
Carriers in Plight Under
Comptroller Warwick's
Decision.
Special Deepatch to Thb Hkxai.d
Washington, Oct. 11.?Many of the
at: roads of tho country are facing a
erlnus situation nn a result of the deIslon
by Comptroller of the Treasury
Varwlck thnt payments on the Govern n?nt
rental guarantee to the roads, as
T?zating nearly *400.000,000, cannot be
rtade until accounts are finally rendered.
Somo of the roads are threatened with
trlkes by their employees who hare not
eceived the back pay due under the
iward In July of tha Railroad t?abor
loard. Many of the railroads had
ouuted on the rental guarantee fund to
>ay this hack pay. Now that they are
mable to draw the money or even goi
in advance from the Government on the
imount due, they are finding It difficult
o nVcft the large amounts due.
Other carriers are facing a difficult
' nnnclal situation. They pre In need
>f the funds due and cannot raise them
without paying a high rate of Interest.
*ome of the short lines do no
financing on their own account.
Been use of these circumstances rerp CRentat'ves
of the Association of Railway
Executives carried an appeal to
:he President to-day for relief front th'
comptroller's decision. Railroad attorneys
claim that the Comptroller misconstrued
the transportation act when he
tteld that advances on the amounts du"
from the Government could only la
made up to September 1 and that after
that date payment could only he made
on final certification of accounts by the
I C. V.
A great many of the roads did not
ask for advances In this period for the
reason that the accounts Involved were
not In sufilclent shape. This was particularly
true of the roads which needed
.<? tnr hnrk n*v. The I.abor
Hoard's decision came lata In July and
there t\aa not sufficient time before
September 1 to complete the accounts
and ; el certification from the t. C. C.
Just what rellof the President can
grant does not seem clear. The Comptroller
la the court of last re,sort on all
Government < xpendlturee When he ,
holds that n payment cannot be made It
cftMKrt legally he done, und there la no I
appeal. It 1? possible, however, that 1
i rasident ma) direct n reooneMari;- I
tlon by thf committee, attorneys for the
r.-iilroud'a executives being prepared to
Mihtnit data nr-l brief* that tnlght
further Influence construction of the lav
If this cannot be done the only relief
I . with C<>ngre.<s, which does not
m-p' for nearly two toon the.
I'liiiia are being rnado to rueh the
< < .i111* n f i d possible, but they 1
arc always months behind.
I vXI1 \K l I M? TO ttl'ILD CAXAL.
Pfkin, Oct. 11.?The famine committee
Is Investigating a proposal to devote 1
the major portion of the eum of |B00,- j
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for relief work to Improving the Grand
Canal, which traversee the faminestrlcken
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