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Business
Increasing
FOR the first two months
of 1921, the net earn
ings of the Twin State Gas
& Electric Company showed
an increase of 43% over
those of the corresponding
two months of 1920. The
Ten Year 8% Bond Secured
Notes of this Company are
an investment backed by
character and consistent
performance.
Price on demand
Address Dept. H 101
4H6ickmorefl[p
III BROADWAY. N.Y.
TO COMMON SHAREHOLDERS OF
NORTH AMERICAN PUlP A PAPKK
COMPANIES TRUST.
A? It has oorne to our attention that a
number of the shareholders did not receive
the notices, dated March 25, 1921, mailed by
the Trustee* of the above Truet. It has
teen determined to extend until June 15,
192t. the time for the deposit of Common
t- varea thereof under an option agreement.
herafcy the proportionate amount of Pre
.'erred and Common Share* of Saguenay
Pulp A Power Company Stock to tvhlch the
Truet Share* are entitled, may be Hold at
the rate of $6.00 (United States fundsi per
ahare for the Common Shares of the Trust
s./ deposited. Common Shares of the Trust
may. therefore, l*? deposited for that pur
pose until June 13, 1021. at tha Trust. De
partment of GUARANTY TRUST COMPANY
'>1' NEW YORK, Agent for the undersigned.
140 Broadwat . New York City, against
whloh negotiable Certificates of Devoslt will
be tesued.
NORTH AMERICAN PULP A PAPER
COMPANIES TRUST
May 12. 1921 ?
PARK A TtUTOBD.
6!P West 42nd St.. New York, May 2. 1921. |
Pursuant to the terms of the Indenture en
tered into with the Llnooln Trust Company,
as Trustees, requiring the redemption and
cancellation of $00,000 Par Value Park A
TUford 9% Debenture Bonds on June 1st,
1921. offerings tor the sale of this amount,
of Bonds to Talk & Tilford are now invited
and will be received up to May .20th. 1921, at
this office.
PARK A TILFORD
By JOHN R TYLER. Treasurer.
BROKER WANTED.
tndiana corporation has $200,000 preferred
Issue, JWf>, with common stock bonus Pros
pectus printed. All ready to go. An Indus- j
trial, yet n haste business without hazards
of usual enterprise. Large earning power.
Conducive to quick sales under present con j
dltlon*. Address ISK17ER, 519 Merchants i
Bank Building, Indianapolis.
DISSOLUTION NOTICES.
PARTNERSHIP DISSOLUTION.
8'in of New York, County of New York. si.
The undersigned, NATHANIEL EW1.NU,
residing at No. V2 Cast Hth Street, Borough
of Manhattan. City of Now Yok. and WIL],
;a.M KENNEDY 1CW1NO, residing at Front
Building, Sail Antonio. Texas. DO HEREBY
CERTIFY and give notice that the partner
ship of NATHANIEL EWINQ A COMPANY,
with Its principal office a' No 50 Church
Street, Manhattan, New York City, has dl?
eolved and tha> the undersigned have ceased
to transact bualnose under that name.
NATHANIEL EWING.
WILLIAM KENNEDY EWING.
CERTIFICATE OF CONTINUANCE
ot
PARTNERS I IIP N AME.
T 'he unders'gned, NATHANIEL EWING.
residing at 170 Manhattan Street, Borough
nt Manhattan, City and County of New
York, purauant to lie provisions of chapter
SOS Laws of 1919. knowti as the Partnership
Law. do herebv i ertlfy t'i?: tin partnership
firm of Nathenl"! Ksvlng A Co . composed c.r
William Kennedy Etvlng aid 'he under
elgned. has been engaged !u buatneae rela
Hone witli foreign countries a- advertising
agenta, at 50 Church St'eet, City, Count
and State of Ne" York, under said natne of
Nathaniel fEwtrig A Co alnce the 1"* 11 day of
Novembet . 1920. and ttie? said partnerahlp
has now been dissolved by mutual consent.
I HEREBY CERTIFY that I Intend to no'
?Intie to use aald builneaa .name of Na'henb"
Evrtng A f-o . and deal under such name at
'he same addr?s* "ki Church Street, City ' f
New York, and that no other pereon la In
?ereatad In ?ald buslnees
fated New 1 rk. April 7th. 1021
NATHANIEL EWIMi. !
S-a*e of Nrw V orl<. <v,unt.v of New York, as
'in this Hat day of April. 1921. before me
personally came NATHANIEL EWINC. to
me know 1 and known *o me to be the pe-snn |
described In and who etestuted 'ite fopego'.ng
Instrument, and he acknowledged to me that
ha executed she eanie.
I Seat' LAURA E SMITH, i
Notary Public Kings county. No (A
?fflca e filed It. Ne v Yor? Co .so I
New York County Register's No. 3152
ELECTION" AMI "IEETINOS.
TODP SHIPYARDS < ORPORATI0V
NOTICE OF ANNCAL
MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS,
?.-dice Its hereby given tha' the Annual
Mee'lng of the g-.o- ...holders of Todd Ship
s'da Corpora'ton will be held on the l^th
day of .Tulle, 1931, a 12 o'clock r.on. , at the
r fflce of said eorporatlo* . No 23 Broadway,
' in of New York, for 'lie purpose of <iec'
Ing two directors for terms of four years
each; receiving and acting upon the reports
r' the off ?r< and for the 11 a risa*'t Ion of
euch o'her bualnesa as may properly coma
before the rn"tlng. Including 'lie ratlfl a I lou
of any and all action of the Board of Direr
tore nod tin- officers "f aald corporation wit i
respect to the acnulaltlon. Issue, disposal,
rondaet or manageri"nt of the MN'k. hual
ueaa. property or affalts of aald oorponclon,
tt of anv of Ifa atihildlarv corporallona.
namely Rohlna Diy Dock and Repair Corn
ratiy. Tie;Jen A Lang Dry Duel Conipunv.
Tehn Techt Bealn Company. Cllnloti Lm
Iwm, Inc White Fuel fill Engineering Co
ivorallnn. Erie Baaln Towli a * llolallng
Company. Todd Dry Dock and Conetructlott
Corporation and 'f"dd l'-y Docks, lot
N?w York, VIev 9. 1121
carl R RIP!DEL, Secretary
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING
OF ATt >f KHOLDERR OF
rODD Din IBM K A f'ONSTRI < TIOS
I Olir'OR VI ION
THE ANNUAL MEETING of tha stock
holders of ttils Company w! he held on the
tvh dav of tune, 1921 a' s o'clock in the
afternoon, at the office of the Company,
No 25 Broartuai. New Toik city, for the
purpose of electing a Board of Directors,
i arriving end acting upon the reports Of the
efftrere, and for the transaction of euch
other b'valneea as may properly come before
the rcert'ng
? 'Alt!, R RIDDEL. Asele av Re- -ah -v.
Dated May 13. !"?"
THK FA.KMEHH' LOAN AND TRUST
COM FANY
1* 18, 20 and 22 Will la m Street,
New York ?"it>
The Annual Meeting of the atockholdeia of
YHF FARMERS' LOAN AND TRUST COM
PANY for the election of Dtreetora edit be
held at ?he office ol 'he Company on TUBS -
DAY. .TI NE Hth, 1921 lode will be open
from twelve o'clot k n.tor 'o one o'clock p. Jd
AUGUSTUS V HEKI.Y, Secretery
Pr?ll>F.M?M AMI INTKRRNT.
ATI.A.A POWOF.R COMPANY,
Wilmington. Drlawirr,
War II. 1#2I.
A dlvldand of ?% on tha Common Capital
B-mlt of Ilia Company haa haan darlarad,
{.ayabla Juna 10. 192!, to atockholdara of
To nril at til* cloaa of biMtnoa* on Tucaday,
May M. 1WI
Tli# atook tranafar book* of tha Company
will ha cloaad agalriat tba tranafar of Com
mon Pfork at tha cloaa of bualnaaa on Tnaa
day. May .11. 1P21, and will ha r"<ip?nad a'
P <Vi o'clock A M on Friday. Juno 10. ItSI
I KT.IVK ' ViV Ttaaaiira
RHADIM1 < OMP \ N V.
(?anaral Offlra. Rootling Tarmlnnl.
Philadelphia. Ma> 12. IP21
Tha Board of ptractora haa dariarad from
tha not aartilmra a quar'arly dlvldand of on?
par cant. (1?A> or tha Fltat Pr?farmd ptook
of tha Company, to ha paid -m tuna P. IP21.
to atookholdarw of raoord at tha -inoa of bnal
nao*. May 44, 1921 ''hacke o-|n ba mallad
to atockholdara who hara fllad dtytdand or
dart with tha Tmaanrar
?TAT V HARF. Aaeratorv
An nrfrarfUatnanl in fka loaf narf
ponnti column* of THK RKW YORK
WBHA^D afhrr* n ratal of
yat/y latt p'opar fy.
INVESTORS IN BONDS
LARGELY INCREASE
"Ready .Market Found by New
Issues? Revival in Muni
cipals Likely.
Several large new Issues of bond#
were floated last week, all of which
found a ready market with investors
Indeed, the Investment demand was
better than for several weeks, hearing
out promotions that the successful con
summation of the Great Northern-North
ern Pacific deal would stimulate a fresh,
vigorous buying movement in the market
for high grade securities
The most important offering In sire
and interest was the $35,000,000 E. I
du Pont de Nemours 10 yea r 7H pet
cent, gold honda These were l/wued In
part to supply funds for the permanent
financing of the cost of Genera! Motors
common stock, tompora/ily financed hy
Dti Pont Securities Company, and in
part for other corporate purposes.
Next in line was the offering of $.'0,
000.000 Standard Oil of New York 12
year 6Vj per cent, sinking fund gold de
bentures. The Issue of five months ago
bore a 7 per cent, coupon, but despite
the lowering of the Interest rate, the
latest offering was substantially over- I
subscribed in a few hours.
Another tsnue quickly taken was $10,- ]
000,000 of first mortgage. 20 year, S i
por cent, bonds of the Kelly Springfield j
Tire Company.
Iffts 7.000,000 %tw Fl nanrlnR.
New financing last week totalled ap
proximately Js7 000,000. a trifle short of
the week before. The total Included
several sizable lo9ues of bonds of power
companies. One was 000,000 Niagara
halls Power b,ompajiy first and con
solidated mortgage series A A 6 per
cent. gold bonds, another was $8,000,000
Milwaukee Electric Railway and Eight
Company twenty year 7'* per cent, re
funding and first mortgage gold bonds
and a third was J4.POO.OOO Portland Rail
way, Eight and Power Company's first
lien arid refunding mortgage gold
twenty-five yeur per cent, bonda.
The American Tower and Eight Com
pany sold to a syndicate of New York
and Chicago bankers 13 500,000 of Its
twenty year 8 per cent, secured grs^ld
bonds. The only other issue of any
s re last week was 13.000.000 of Porto
Rlcan American Tobacco Company's ien
ytjar 8 per cent, gold bonds.
Hie municipal market was quiet, bur
there are indications of a big revival
In such bonds in the immediate future
Massachusetts awarded $3,000,000 of
61-1C months military loan notes to ?
New York syndicate. Philadelphia has
calied for bids on a 17,000,000 loan.
It Is underttood tho Comptroller of
New York State will begin advertising
the forthcoming sale of $10,000,000 sol
dier bonus 6 pe/ cent, bonds within a
week or two. The Legislature last win
ter authorized the appropriation of $28.
000.000 of $40,000,000 approved by voters'
referendum, but the Comptroller's de
part ment considers $10,080,000 all that
will be required foi issue this year.
Brazilian Government Offering.
It Is understood that the $28,000,000 or i
twenty year 8 per cent, external bonds j
of the Brazilian Government will be of
fered to-day on an 8'i per cent, basis.
inquiry In banking circles brings out
that *U>out $100,000,000 of new financing
remains to be done to take care of the
Immediate needs of domestic corpora
tions. A nearby offering Is $10,000,0no of
Duqueene Light securities. An offering
of Pi.ono.ono of $v. per cent, one year to
fifteen year Chicago and Northwestern
equipment trust obligations will be
made before the end of May, it Is un
derstood. The Interstate Iron and fteal
Company has sold $4.000,000 of Its first
mortgage 8 per cent, series A sinking
fund gold bonds to a syndicate com
prising legal and Chicago hankers.
Ex-rep; for foreign Government bonds,
which were unusually active because
of the Rigning of the reparations agree
rnent by Germany, the market for out
standing bonds was much quieter and
Inclined to Irregularity loot week.
Average Bond Prices
May 14. Mtl.
?satur- Net Week
day. i-hge. ago. Iter..11
10 lUils 72.85 -.08 7$.78-4*
10 Industrials 80.041 -.02 SB.OH H6.11
? ihih. t'tii ?a.r: * .07 no *<> oo.or
1 Foreign B4.5A - .03 II4.30 00.82
M Bonds 80.75 0? 81 On 78.15
V J
STANDARD-MIDWEST
DEAL TO CLOSE SOON
Indiana Co. Offers Two for
One for 400,000 Shares.
Xpntal Dnpat'h to Thi Naw Vhi JIsfaid
Dg.WF.n. May Fi The Midwest Re
fining Company. '?plla llxed at $50,
000.000 and anld to control the biggest
oil field In the I'nited States. Is to ha
taken over by the Standard OH Company
of Indiana
The Rockefeller organization has of
fered to i xchange at?x I; of the Indiana
company two for one for the 400.000
ah area of th Mldweet organization not
now held bv the Standard, the tatter's
holdings amounting to 225.000 shares
The offer has heen formally accepted by
the Midwest company, and the deal will
(lose next month.
A meeting of stockholders of the
Standard Oil Company of Indiana has
been called for Indianapolis June 3 to
incieaae the capital sto< k from $100,
000,000 to $140,000,000 to afford capita!
for the closing of the Midwest deal
Midwest stock has a par value of $50 a
share and a market value of $150 Par
value of Standard stock which Is being
exohanged for the Midwest stock is $23
a share and the market value $75
While no definite announcement has
been made. It Is underslood that the
present executive officers of the Midwest
company will continue and that the of
fices will remain In Denver, although ac
counting and other offices mav he re
moved to Casper. Wyo. Due report, not
confirmed Is that the company will be
reorganised under the name of the
Standard Oil Company of Wyoming
Bxecuttve officers of the romps n-. are
H. M. Hlacktner, president , R. D.
Brooks. T. A Dines and R. 8. TCillson.
vice-presidents, and H. H. Brooks, sec
retary-treasurer.
The Midwest Refining Company was
organized March 1, 1914. with a capital
stock of $10,000,000 to take over the re
fining business of the Midwest, oil Cam
tukn.v and the franco Petroleum Com
pany. both operating tn the Salt Creek
Valley of Wyoming.
hew York sod Hertford Insuranre stocks.
Bid. Ask
Asfna Casualty ami Rarely...
... two
410
Aetna Insurance Co..
43ft
430
\etna Life Insurance Co
4 sr.
517.
Atiuisnes <'<? of Amerles
n.v
American Alliance
.... 2so
293
city of New 1 ork
is:,
CentInental
Commonwealth
... .. .100
fidelity PhenlJ
ikVi
franklin ... ? ?.
73
go
(Pens falls
4.3
50
r.lobe and Rutgers . ....
120(>
(?rest American, new stock...
.... 247
2.32
Hanote r ..
a.-.
A3
Hartford Fire Insurance Co..
330
330
Home, new stock
.131
National I.lhery
173
IS
National Kira Insurance Co..
423
Nsw fork Plate (.leas
no
Niagara
1.7:
Nor"' River
*?
Northern
JOtf
Pacific
Ho
pbsnit fire Ineuranie Ce,..?
433
4'0
P'sclerd Fire Insnrsoes Co..
.... go
go
BONDS IN NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE
WKEK ENDED MAY 14, 1921
Sales for $53.13
7.000
$60
,792,000
$72,068,000
Hiet.
1/jw- r.oa
Net
1921 .
Fairs.
eat.
est.
ing. Ch'ga
High.
Low
Uso Liberty 8M*
89 28
88 .'.0
89 50 + 76
93 50 88 20
73 I .tberty 3' is re*
89 04
89 00
89 04
r 04
62 24 88.00
8 Liberty 1st 4? . .
87 72
87.50
87 60+ .10
88 50 85 24
3 Liberty 1st 4* reg
87 10
87 10
67 10
10
87 20 86 50
25 Liberty 2d l*
87 50
87 M
67 30
? 04
88 04 65.34
11 Liberty 2d 4? re* . ..
87 14
87.00
87 14
? .13
87 50 86.30
630 Liberty 1st 4 M? ...
87 82
87 56
87 62
06
88 80 85 40
6 Liberty 1st 4 li* reg
87 40
87 30
87 SO
- 16
88 SO 89 30
t Liberty 1st 2d cvtd4 tin
06 OU
H6.00
96 00
'.Of .50 95 00
3024 Liberty 2d 4 M *
87 46
87 73
87.40
+? 04
88.40 86.80
38 l iberty 2d 4 Ms reg
87 22
87.12
87.22 + 02
88 M 85 50
4203 IJberty 3d 4 Ms
60 76
90.60
90.70
+ .02
91.14 88 OO
SI l iberty 3d 4 14s reg
HO 66
90.52
90 52
13
90 00 8S if
501.5 Liberty 4th 4 +? n
87.56
?7 28
87 42
? 02
88 60 86.34
45 IJberty 4th 4 l*s reg
87.32
87 16
97.98
? .16
88 36 83.40
7386 Victory 4Ms
98 00
97.70
97 88- .12
97 98 96 80
00 Victory 4 Ms reg
97 83
97 58
97.72 + .14
97 92 05.80
1410 Vlc1?ry3Me
98.00
97 72
97 88
? .13
98 04 93 80
4 I' nited States Pan 3s reg
77 M
77 H
77 M
?
7?M
77M
632 French Republic 8r
tOOM
99 M
99 M
- M
101
9614
43 City of Bordeaux 6n
84 la
82 M
84
+ m
84 M
74
67 City of Lyons 6s
84 M
82
64
+1
87
7814
.48 City of Marselllea fle.
84
83 M
82 M
? u
84
74
317 City of Paris fls
98 15 98 M
9SH
? w
08 IS
94
334 Vnlted King 51*4 <031
99 M'
99 11
99 M
+ 1-16
99M
97 M
477 United King 6M* 1923
. 97 M
90
97 M
f M
97 M
94 M
373 Cnlted King 6lys 1629
91 M
60 M
91
+ M
91 M
86
OSS United King 6 t.;s 1937
. 86 M
86 M
86M
? H
87 M
83 M
AW Belgian Gov Ha receipts
. 100 H
9911
90 M
? H
lOOM
96 M
319 Belgian Gov 7 Ms
. 100 m
90 M
99 M
? M
100M
95 M
639 Belgian Gov 6s 1926
. 9714
9614
MM
+ M
97 M
87
226 Danish Gov 8a ctfs
loots
99 M
99 H
? M
100 M
95 M
128 Danish Oon Mun 8s A ctb.lOOM
69 M
90 H
? M
100M
96 J4
81 Danish Con Mun 8s B ctftlOO M
99 H
99 M
- M
100k
96 M
436 City of Copenhagen 8 Ms
. 76
74 M
79M
+ H
76
73
13 Italian Gov 6 Ms ..
. 86 M
SO M
86 H
? M
87
Ml
178 Norway Gov 8s ..
105
100M
100 H
?1?
105
96 M
84 City of Bergen 8s recet pts
97 M
97
97 $4
- M
98
93 M
61 City of Chrlstlanls 8a
69
68 M
98 M
? M
09
94 M
82 SwedishGot6s.
88 M
64 M
84 M
-2*
38 M
8114
144 Swiss Gov 8a receipts.
104 M
104M
104 H
ltMM
101M
166 City of Berne 8s
90
97 M
97 M
?1
99
91'4
156 City of Zurich 8a
99
98 M
98 M
+ M
99
94 VI
83 Doin Canada Atys 1921
. 99 M
99 M
MM
69 M
98 M
48 Dom Canada 5 Ms 1929
92 M
91 M
92
? M
94
R7M
.54 Dom Canada fia 1920
92
91 la'
91 M
? M
93
86 M
48 Dom Canada 5s 1931
89
88
68
?1M
91
83 M
17 Dominican Republic 6s
. 81M
81
81 M
-+1 M
81 M
70*,
26 Republic of Cuba 5s 1904.
. 8214
81
81 M
-+ M
82 M
77
4 Republic of Cuba 5s 1914
81
79
81
+ 3
75 M
29 Republic of Cuba 4
71
70
70?4
-+ H
71
59
1006 U S of Mexico 5s..
. 55
48 W
54 M
4-6 M
65
40
272 US of Mexico 4s
41
36 H
40H
MM
41
29
34 Argentine Gov 5s
71M
TOM
70 M
?1H
73 M
67
91 Chilean Gov 8ts receipts
99
99
99
99 M
69
188 San Paulo 8s ctfs
98
97 M
97 M
? M
68 M
97 14
26 Chinese Gov 5s
49
47
49
4-3
49
40 If
90 Japanese 1st 4 M*
84 M
64
84 M
-+ la
84 M
76 M
126 Japanese 2d 4 Ms
84 M
84
84 M
4- M
84 M
76 H
802 Japanese 4s
69
67
W
4-2
69
56
9 City of Toklo Ae
62 M
61
62 M
4-1M
02 M
43
1
X VCIty4%s 1057 May
01
91
01
93%
90%
9
N Y City 4%s 1963
70 %
90%
9(1 %
? %
92%
90%
10 X V City 4s 1055 reg
80
80
60
-1
83
80
6
NV City 4s 1957
80%
SOI,
80%
?2%
S4%
80%
2
NY City 4s 1968
62
82
82
84 %
82
1
NY City 4s 1959 ....
HO %
60%
80%
?1%
84
81%
15
N Y City 4s 1959 reg .
62
62
82
82
82
3
Amprlcan Dock A I inp 5s.
99%
90%
90%
? %
10(1
90
4
Adams Express 4s
59 %
38%
39%
+ 1%
63 %
56%
1
Alaska Gold cv 8s serins A.
15
15
15
19%
15
7
Am Ayr Chetn deb 5s
100.%
100%
100%
4 %
101
87%
1
Am Agr Chem conv 5s
92%
02%
92%
4 %
93%
88
6
American Cotton Oil 5s .
75
75
75
75%
70
61
Am Smelting A Refining 5s 76 %
76%
76%
78%
73
459
Am Tel A Tel conv 6s.
101%
98
98%
?2%
101%
94%
105
Am Tel A Tel clt 5s
83 %
82%
82%
? %
83%
77%
15
Am Tel A Tel conv 4 %s.. .
88%
86 %
86%
?2%
90
80
1
Am Tel A Tel oonv 4s.
72
72
72
+ 1%
72
63
130
Am Tel & Tel clt 4s
79%
78
78
?1%
80
73%
1
Am Writing Paper 7?
72
72
72
+ 2%
76%
67
5
Ann Arbor 1st 4s
51 %
51%
31%
? %
52%
50
23
Armour 4,%s
70%
76%
70
83
76
3
Atch Top A Santa Fe cv 4s 70
69%
70
-1- H
72
"6%
83
Atch Top A Santa Fe gn 4s
77%
76%
76%
?1
79
75%
4
Atfh Top A 8 K adj 4s
09 %
08 % *
e?H
72%
67%
17
Atch Top A S F adj std
89 %
68%
69%
4- %
78
68
1
A T ASF Kast Ok&K 4s
84%
84%
84%
? %
85
83
4
Atlanta A Charlotte 5s
88
87%
88
4 %
92 %
87%
13
Atlantlr Coast Line 7s
101 %
100%
100%
? %
103%
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FAR BELOW BRITISH!
Quotations on Manv Articles
Belped to Pass Anti
Dumping- Bill.
Sptcial Cablt to Tfis N*w Tout He<aiji
Copyright, 1991. by Ti?? New Yosa Hssald.
New York Herald Rirwii, )
Berlin. M?v 15. (
German quotations have been received
!n England recently for a rock cutting!
machine for ?650, while the lowest Eng
lish quotation was about ?1,200, accord
ing to She ijondort trade representative
of the Guaranty Trust Company of New
York. German competition in electrical
machinery is also severe. Bids were in
vited recently for a 10,000 kilowatt turbo
alternator and eighteen British, FYeneh
and German manufacturers competed.
German quotations were i:47,00O, with
delivery In ten months, against English
quotations of ?84,000 and ?35,110, with
delivers- from twelve to eighteen months.
Sixty British ships have been sent tO|
Hamburg to be rcflttod on account of
the great saving in expense by having j
this work done in Germany.
The coal strike has thus far had little
effect on the English cotton industry, as
most manufacturers have fairly large
stocks of coal on hand.
There was recently an exhibition in
London of foreign samples placed along
side of competitive British goods. This
exhibition was arranged in the House
of Parliament, a most, unusual proced
ure, and was organized by the National
Union of Manufacturers.
German articles predominated, and 1t
was shown that German prices, as com
pared with British costs, were less to
the extent of 60 per cent, in electrical
specialties. 50 per cent, in fabric gloves,
50 per cent, in gas mantles. 55 per cent,
in scientific glassware, 65 per cent, in
domestic glassware. 70 per cent. In ordi
nary thermometers and in talking ma
chines. 72 per cent. In metal musical in
struments. 78 per cent, in violins, 45
per cent, in pianos. 35 per cent, in surg1-|
cal Instruments and ?>6 per cent, in
scientific instruments.
This exhibition was undoubtedly sr-1
ranged with a view to pushing the anti
dumping bill passed by Parliament. i
$30,000,000 TO BE PAID
HERE ON 2D UBERTYS
U. 5 Advises Reinvestment of
Interest.
liberty bond subscribers to lb* sec
ond Issue In the Second Federal Reserve
district beginning to-day will receive
about 130,000,000 as the semi-annual
Interest duo on their bonds.
Originally there were 2,259.151 sub
scribers to the Second Liberty loan in
this district and they purchased $1,550,
45$, 500 worth of bonds, but many
original subscribers have since disposed
of their bonds, while others have hart
their securities converted into the bondr
paying 4% Per cent
In a statement just Issued by the Gov
ernment Loan Organization subscribers
are urged to reinvent the money col
lected on Interest coupons In Treasury
savings securities. It points out also
the fact that while failure of bond own
ers to eR9h their coupons is. In a way,
beneficial to the Government, as it
leaves tho money in its hands at no
cost, yet the Treasury Department de
sires to have each bondholder profit
from his investment to the fullest pos
sible extent.
A recent statement of the Treasury
setting forth the figures of the public
> debt pointed out that the Treasury hart
in its hands $68,102,616.05 due as In
terest on Liberty bonds remaining un
collected. If this money were Invested
by the bond ownon In Treasury sav
ings securities at 4 per cent It would
be earning for them $2,724,100.60 an
nually.
The Government lx>an Organization,
therefore, advises all Second Liberty
bondholders who are to collect interest
beginning to-morrow to make sure to
clip their coupons and reinvest the
money thus received In Treasury sav
ings securities, which are issued In de
nominations ranging from 25 cents to
$1,000.
To facilitate the reinvestment of the
interest funds collected on coupons ar
rangements have been made for tholr
acceptance at banks and post offices in
lieu of cash as payment for Treasury
savings securities.
DAVIS ON INSPECTION TOUR.
Secretary of Labor to "Visit Boston
Immigration Stations.
Boston, May 13.?James J. Davie.
Secretary of ].ahor, and W. H. Hus
band, Commissioner-General of Immi
gration, will visit the Immigration sta
tions at this port to-morrow. Thoy ar
rived to-day from Portland. Me., wh?ro
they Inspected quarantine and harbor
facilities yesterday.
Secretary Davis wa s the guest to
night of the I<oyal Order of Moose, of
which he is director-general
FINANCIAL NOTES.
The American Exchange National Hank
I at bfi'L nppolnted transfer ngi-nt for
/lapata Tmoduclng and Refining Company's
prefer led capital stock and for capital stock
it the Sv.'.i? Company of America
The American Trust Company lias beet,
appointed reglstrsi for the new $.1,000,000
Issue of the Zapata Proficlm and Refining
Company's common ati'i preferred stocls.
The National City Bank of New York ha
been designated as trustee for the nee
j8.000.000 of the f'orto Rh-a n-Amerlra n
Tobacco Company s en year N per cent, add
bonds dated Mav 13 and maturing on May
's. 1081
PI H K HAl.Tft TRAIN ? FRVICB. '
Denne smoke c oltllnf from burning in
sulation In the control tower of the New
York k'entral Railroad at Plfty-oevonth
street and Park avenue, drifted in
Rark aventHi apartments and ? ausrd
some alarm venter-da v morning. The
flea crippled t.h" semaphore system and
train service In and out of the Grand
Central Terminal was halted for ahou!
twenty minutes
BANK WILL MOVE INTO
NEW CUNARD BUILDING
Produce Exchange Branch to
Have Fine Quarters.
The Produce Ex eh a ri go branch of the !
.Mechanics and Metals National Bank
will move to-day to its new quarters. 2j ,
Broadway. The braneh is to be in the '
Morrla street corner of the building and '
w ill have entrances from Broadway and I
the corridor of the building. The branch, I
which was first established in 18815 as i
the Produce Exchange Bank, occupied j
1 quarters in the Produce Exchange un
til 190;), when it toot ed to 10 Broadway, j
whence it moves to-day. The merger of
i the Produce Exchange and the Me- j
1 chanics and Metals National banke was i
affected about a year ago.
The officers' room of the new quarters j
will occupy the soace directly to the j
right of the Broadway entrance on the ,
first floor. Private elevators connect j
[ with the floor above, on which will he
! the hank's foreign department. The j
bank's vaults will be in the basement.
Its two safety deposit vaults, resting \
j one on the other, have their foundation
on bedrock. They are contained in a j
j huge steel and concrete box, with v.-allr
| thirty-six inches thick. Access to them
j Is through a door and vestibule weigh- i
| ing forty-seven tons.
I ADMIT OCT OF TOWN AOBNTS.
i The New York Stock Transfer Asso
( elation has decided to admit to member
ship representatives of hanks and trust
companies outside of this city which act
as transfer agents and do stock transfer
work, but have been barred from the as
sociation by a regulation limiting its
membership to representatives of New
York Institutions. The association wa?
[ formed about a year ago by important
! banking interests to work out a stan
I dardlzatlon of requirements for the
transfer of securities.
FOREIGN EXCHANGE RATES.
"WBEK ENDING MAY t4. 1021
I.OXDOY.
Demand.
Prev. n k.
High. Low. ''??* jr.1"*1
.May Si $3.98% $3.97% $3.07% $3.96%
May 10 3.08% 3.98 3 98 3.9i%
May 11 3.99 3.98% 3.98% 3 97V,
May 12 3.99% 3.98% 3.901, ?.0i??
May J.3 4.00* 3.09% 4.00d? 3 97%
May 14 4.00 3.007's 3.90% 3 98
Year's Range
High. $4 00A. May 13. Hon, $3.63',. Jan. 3.
Cables
Prev. W k.
High. Low. l.ast. Final.
Mav 9 $3.99 $8.98% $3.98% ?3-9I
May 10 3.99% 3.98%. 8.08% 3.98%
May 11 3.098, 3.99% 3 00% 8.97%
May 12... 4 004, 3.99% 4.008* :i.97%
May 13 4.00% 4.00% 4.00% 3.07%
May 14 ... 4 00% 1 00 4.00% 3.08%
Year's Range.
High. 4 00%, Maj 13. Low, $3.54, Jan. 3.
PARIS.
Demand.
Prev. W'k.
High. Low. Last. Final.
Mav 0 8.20 8.13 8,10 7.82%
May 10 8.40 8.3.', 8.38 7.92%
Mav 11 8.3-% 8.30% 8.32% 7.94%
Mav 12.. 8.51% 8.38 8.81% 8.0?
May 13 8.03 8.86 8.58 8.29%
May 14 8.60 8.57% $.39 8.28%
Year's Range.
High, 803, May 13. Low. 6.80. Jan. 4.
Cables
Prev. Wit.
High. I<nw. Last. Final.
May ?... 8.21 8.14 8.16% 7.83%
May 10 8.41 8.30 8.39 7.02%
May 11 8.38% 8.31 8.33% 7.95%
Mav 12 8.52 8.80 8.52 8.07
May IS 8.64 8.57 8.50 8 30%
May 14 8.61 8.58% 8.59% 8.29
Tear's Range.
High, 8 64, May 13. Low, 5.81. Jan. 4.
RERUN.
Demand.
Prev WU.
High. Low. Last. Final.
May 0 1.48% 1.46% 1.48 1.55%
May 10 . 1.56 1.65 1.56 1.53%
Mav 11 1.64 1.50 1 63% 1.52%
May 12 1 79% 1.68 1.79% 1.55%
May 13 . .. 1.82% 1.74 1.77% 153%
May 14 1.77% 1.75% 1.75% 1.51%
Year's Range.
High, 1.85, Jan. 26 I/OW, J.32. Jan. 3.
Cables.
Prev. W'k.
High. Low. Last. Final.
May ? 1.40 1 17% 1.40 1.59
Mfcy 10 .... 1.59% 1145 1.145% 1.54%
Slay 11 164% 1 59% 1.98% 1.33%
May 12 1 80% 1 60 1 R0% 1.56%
May 13 1.83 1.74% 1.78 1.53%
May 14 1 78 1.70 1.76 1.51%
Tea "'a Range.
High, 1.86, Jan. 26. l.ow, 1.33, Jan. 3.
SWITZERLAND. HOLLAND.
Demand. Cables Demand. Cables.
Mav 9 17.71 17.73 33.58 35.60
Mav 10 ... . 17.86 17.88 35.72 3...74
May 11 17.88 17 00 35.70 35.72
Mav II 17.90 17 02 35.85 35.85
May IS 17.98 18.oo 36.18 38.20
May 14 18.00 18.02 36.27 36.29
ITAL1. SPAIN.
May 9 6.05% 7, 05% 13.04 13.96
M? 10 3.17% 5 18 13.87, 13.87
May 11 6 30 7,.30% 13.73 13.75
May 12 . . f, 50 7*.50% 15.7ai 13.58
May 13 5.00% 5.61 12.50 12.62
May 14 5.60'- 5.61 18.18 . 13.20
BELGIUM. COPENHAGEN.
May 0 8.15% 8.10% 17.85 17.00
May 10 .. 8.37'- 8 53 17.87 17 92
Slay 11 8.32% 9 3;'. 17.08 18.05
May 12 8.7,1% 8.52 18 20 18.27,
May 13 8.57% 8.58 18.,H) 18.05
May 14 8.59 8.59% 18.00 18.05
CHRIST!ANIA. STOCKHOLM.
Mav 0 15.70 15.75 28.45 23.50
May 10 15.87, 15.90 23.50 23.55
May 11 16 43 10.48 28.55 23.60
May 12 18.37 16 62 23.65 2.3.70
May 13 18.18 16.23 23.55 23.00
May 14 16.15 18.20 23.55 23.60
WEEK'S RANGE.
GREECE. YOKOHAMA.
Demand. Cables. Demand Cables.
? >,.), AON 0.10 48.25 48.50
Low . . . : 4.83 4.87, 48.12% 48.37V,
BOMBAY. HONGKONG.
HlKh .28.25 26.50 53.50 64.00
Cow ?' 26 5" 51.00 7.150
BUENOS AIRES. RIO.
High '.6 27. 36.75 13 50 13 62%
How 29.75 -.9 67% 13.50 13,62%
11 |ar), .70.00 70.75 67.25 67 50
jJim OS On 08 75 62.50 02.75
rBTITIO.NS IN HANKRIPTCY.
The follow ri* petiSoti* In h?fikriiptr\ were
filed Hturdty In the United Stole* District
Court;
LBOPOLIX) AVALIjONK -Involuntary pet!
tlon B*alr.*t l,eopo.do Atallcne. retail gro
r?r, 632 IkTth afreet, The rtrnnx. or I
I chair of thtee iiodHora. Liabilities arc 1
*it"n a* and >*tct# ns $1,u00 IV
tttlontn* creditor* and amount' claimed
are i Cudahy l'a< king Co., $I4< f'arodl
Flvanlnlo & Co.. tnc., $-19: .' S llofftnati
Co . Inc.. $1*0. Leon I>Hshs?t? |e attorney
for the petltlon-ire.
EL MAR 'OMMKRCIAL CO.. INC. In\ ol- 1
ur. at;. petition against the El Mar Com
mrrclal Co., Inc.. food product*, 100 Hud
eon street, on behalf of three ? ? editor*. .
Petitioning creditor* and amount* ? h In ? d
nre: Joseph E Lavlne. fl.617: Klrnar f.
II ofaji. $1.02f' AV'llHam B. M'Mrrhon, $2Af?
Ko<x & Kaufman are ?tloine^i for '.a*
pi t It toners.
ERNEST H L1PSKY? Intoluntaiy petition
again* Ernest H. I.lpsk*, retail leather
goods, ;>0t"i Grand street, on behalf of
thiee creditors. Petitioning creditors and
amounts claimed ere: H Huogman, $S00
1' Goldman. (.10: J. Wallerrrin, (ISO.
Habermau * l.evine and Bet Jnmtn K.
Sternberg are attorneys for the petitioners.
ANNE LUTHER?Voluntary petition hy JLttr.<:
Luther: occupation no: ulren. 171 Wwt
"1st ? who places her liabilities a"
(7 inn. ,)f whit t (4.<"ai a cured claim*,
#!. >90 unsecured ' laim? and (2,300 note.*
and nlils, and asset ? of *'-'.070. bills, pro
:>.? ????.. and -curitlee. Kcppler &.
Moulin.si., Woolworth Building, arc attor
ney i fot Lie bankrupt.
CHARLES i> TOX?Voluntary petition by
Charles 1?. Fo . salesman. 740 River?, c
tit ive, v no place? i.it liabilities at $.8,069.
.-ill un-i-emcd cam.-. an.I no aaacts. PM
;:i* . Joffc t Joff. arc attorneys for the
bankrupt.
THOMAS ? BREWER Voumrarj pet!'.,
by Thomas Brew.;', manufacturer"'
-nlac-nac i00 West 21th reef, who place
hi* liabilities a' ?LiBtl all unsecured
claim?, and o ars?t?. catnes J. Green lr
at orttey for the bankrupt.
MORTIMER UO.SEXBI.LTH Voluntary pe
titio't by Mortimer Wo ribluth, assistant
manage.. "hi Riverside Oil ? oho p'.a--*?
lits liabilities at (33.2S0, nil unsecured
aims, ami no aMo.-rl-t and Baniue1
Meyers ti attorneys for bankrupt
WAT KIN DRESS CO.. IN' In voluntary
petition against tho Wat n Dress Com
pany. Inc., dresses, II Wast 21th street,
on behalf of F. Miller, who claims J.hT.
Archibald Palnte:- 1? attorney for tho peti
tioner.
ARTHUR F. KRONE ?Voluntary petition by
Arthur 1". Krone, <v>7 West mist at., who
places liis liabilities at $108.1H6, of which
(108.121 are unsecured claims tind no
asset?, except $38,000 in policies of Insur
ance.
CHESTER W KRONE.?Voluntary petition
b; Chester W. Krone. U87 West 161et st .
who pin. -k his liabilities at $107,187, of
which $107,130 sir- unsecured claims and
no assets except $28,000 In policies of In
surance. Max E. Sanders, -12 Broadway,
is attorney for the bankrupt.
WHOLESALE TIRE CO.?Involuntary peti
tion against Frank Freeman and Max
Amcel, trading as tho Wholesale Tire Com
pany, auto tires and accessories, 909 7th
av.. on behalf of three creditors. The
petitioning creditors and amounts claimed
are Thayer L. Heaiey, $1,389; Morris
ZHRger, (473. and Hartford Tire Co.. (642.
Solomon Goodman is attorney for tha peti
tioner.
SCHEDULES IS BANKRUPTCY.
The following schedules in bankruptcy ??r?
filed Saturday in the United States District
Court:
MORRIS SOLOMON.-Schedules of Morris
Solomon, dry goods and women's apparel,
10.14 3d av.. Show liabilities of $25,623. of
which $25,223 are unsecured claims and
$400 wage" and assets given as .unknown.
Herman G. Robbing Is attorney for th<s
bankrupt.
METROPOLITAN LEATHER GOODS COM
PANY.?Schedules of Isaac Marks, Irving
and Jacob Rattelu, trading aa the Metro
politan Leather Goods Company, against
whom a petition was flied February' 23.
1921, show liabilities of $T,103, of which
$7,002 are unsecured claims, and assets of
$2,058. of which *1.750 Is atoek In trade,
$257 debts due on open accounts and $5|
money In bank. John Gets Is attornsy for
the bankrupt.
HUMAN DOLOWICH.?Schedules of Hynuut
Dolowlch, trading aa Doily Dress Com
pany, against whom a petition was filed
March 7. show liabilities of $34,053, of
which $34,539 are unsecured claims and
assets of $9,372. of whlrh $5,109 repre
sents debts due on open accounts and
$4,075 property in reversion, remainder
trust. Ac. Abraham Greenburg is attor
ney for the bankrupt.
RECEIVERS in BANKRUPTCY.
The following receivers In bankruptcy wera
appointed Saturday by Judge Hand in the
United States Idstrtrt Court:
WALTER L. BRYANT, temporary receiver
for Ernest H. Lipeky, retail leather goods,
330'ii Grand St., 'with a bond of $1,000.
Liabilities are estimated at $8,000 and
asseta at $2,000.
ARTHUR Y. DALZIEL, receiver for the Im
migrant Transportation Bureau, Inc.,
transporting customers to and from foreign
countries, Importing and exporting mer
chandise and buying and selling real es
tate, 154 Nassau St., with a bond of
$1,000.
JUDGMENTS FILED.
MANHATTAN.
The following; judgments were filed yes
terday. the first name being that of the
debtor:
ARTHUR B. HBNNBCH, LTD.?
Enlow Co., Inc $202.7"
ANTON, Herbert- D. O. Lieberninn. 206.20
BLAIN, John?Industrial Oorr.inli
sioner of the .State of New York 336.00
BEDELI. CLOAK AND SUIT CO.
OF ST. LOUTS. INC.?Marks
Lederor i*o 16t.1T
BUNCH, Kdw. A.?National Cash
Register Co 149.04
CUBA-AMERICAN JOCKEY AND
AUTO CLUB?K. Damour 207.20
COTT, John?H. Holds 6.266.$8
DALBERC. Melvln H?M. JJavls. .171.1']
EDWARD V. ROBINSON X CO.,
INC.?A. Itoulon 207."5
B'ULTON LAUNDRY OR 02D ST
Proeter A Oamhle Distributing Co. 657.67
FIBHGOLD, Charles?A. E. Klein. 140.20
FEIN STEIN, Benjamin?Massachu
setts Bonding and Ins. Co ; costs 133.8#
HOPKINS, Daniel?American Ra
diator Co 180.SO
J C. RROWNSTEIN A CO., INC.?
J. Welnsteln A Sons, lite 1,865.89
KEAN. Otis?II. F. Smith 686.01
LADERFARB, Dora-M. Sherrln . . 187.06
LAW. Rlirton R.-H. MlUer . 168.00
LINDSAY. Virginia?H. Dlngelman. .307.70
MILLER, Blanche?M. Wendauer.. 186.20
MAB8. Julia?Perk X- Tllford: costs 118.62
NATIONAL SURETY CO.?Publto
National Bank of New York 10,748.18
PEZ. Wm. H.?Kanetee Realty
Corp .346.01
PRIPCO, Joseph?Industrial Com... 216.00
PTTRNELL. Marvin A and Martha
E. K. Trop 347.PR
PI.OTZ t MENOCAL, INC.?Na
tinnal Cash Register Co 142 0#
ROSS. M'na TT., or Edna Vaughn?
j. M. Hanlsy 800.20
ROSS. Mine U.. or Edna Vaughn?
J. M. Hanlsy 629.16
SOLOMON, John?t. Polltslner at si. 100.20
3CHOMKR PHOTOPI,AY PRODUC
INO CO.. INC.?Bauxnann A Co... JZOOt
TRUMPBOUR. WHITEHEAD
BRASS AND COPTER CO.. INC.
?J. Baxter 2.94886
VACUUM RECORD LITTER CO.?
H F Srhende! 46*81
WAUOH CIlEMTCAL CORPORA
TTON and Julius Wolff-C. E.
Stnalley ?? al 626.84
ZWETGHAFT, Martin ? National
Cash Register Co 464.20
BRONX.
The first name Is 'hat of the debtor.
A VET A. Anthony?H. Schneider.. $92A7X
ANNETT. Arthur?Chase National
Bank R84JDB
BRONX TOW INC, LINE, INC.-Ofty
of New York 147.99
OE1B. Eml'- A. McTavlah 189JT
COLDREYBR THEATRE COR
PORATION -J. D Peltel 139-70
satisfied .rrnoMENTs.
MANHATTAN.
The first name !s tha' of the ddhtorl *h?
ssoond that of the crsdfor and date whet*
lodgment was filed:
LEVF.QUE, Refer and Antonio-D
Cameron. Mav 3, 1021 $176.29
BUTTERMAN, Arthur?C. M.
swie- Mare.h 1" 1821 126.20
LEACH. Arthur R . Kerry W
Leaeh, Ceo. ?}. Olmsload and
Henry W Forhea?C. T. Browr..
Jan. 18. 1821 (vacatad) 69.7.30 M
SAME?Same; Jan. 18. 1021 (va
cated) 2,00fcWI
WEKHKLBLATT Morris?L Cor
don; June 26, 1 POO (cancelled!. .. 4,028.34
KALT LUMBER GO.-Patrick Mur
phy. Inn . Nov 18. 1820 (re
versed 1 868 79
BRONX.
CAMPBELL. Frank A?C. C.
Campbell; J tins 15, 11W0 $107.85
ROTX1ERH. John Jr., Martha
M Rogers and Eugene W. Mc
(les-ll. A. Knos: Jan. 24, 1921 . 1,104 87
SAME-Fame. Jan. 24.1921 '.lOI.KT
SAME?Same. Jan 24. 1021 1.104.38
FAME Same; Jan 74. 1921 .. 1,104.84
RO DOERS. John Jr.. arid M.i
tha A Fame, March 8. 1921... 27 77
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