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Assertion That Kansas Yield
fio Bp Cut in Half Helps to
B(w>st Price.
Chicago, March 27.?Assertions that
8o(>.(joo acres in tKansas would not 'yield
half a crop did much to-day to bring
about higher prices for wheat. The
market closed unsettled nt 1% to ,2-%c.
net train, with May at $1.32% to> $1.33
and July at $1.18')* to $1.1SS4. Com
finished to %c.<& lc. up and oats up
% t? *4c. In provisions the outcome
vuried from 30u. deuline to 5c. advftnee.
Ac<tordlng to a usually well informed
authority, the big wheat acreage in
Ksnsas promising less than a I>0 per
cent, harvest la in Ford, Cloud. Husli
and Clay counties, where, his ail vices
nay, the winter crop is failing to tome
up. Reports of damage by green bugs
In Oklahoma mid elsewhere In tiic
Southwest were al*?o of considerable ef
fet i In turning wheat traders to the. bull
aide of the market during the last part
of the day. (Josstp that more export
buying was in progress than \wts ap
parent on the surface was heard.
Germany acquiring title to liberal
amounts of new crop grain for deferred
shipment.
Before the advance in wheat began
much weakness In prices was shown, the
result chiefly of a decided setback In
\ allies at Liverpool. The extareme de
cline here amounted to as Jnuch as
10-He. In some cases in contract to top
figures last week. Subsequent buying
was based partly on opinions that
liquidating sales were ended for the
time being at least.
Corn and oats swayed with wheat.
Provisions averaged lower with hogs.
< HICAUO PRICES.
Prev.
Open. High. Low. Close, close.
WHBAT
May i::oi; i.-.xi, rjni-i 13.", inns;
?lul.v nr.*, Iis^ 11 Mi 1|S\ lilt',
September 110 112'* 109'i 112 11<1',
CORN?
May :.8'i r.s'i 56% :.s\ o7*
July til ?2'4 KOVi 02', 61'i
September.... til 05 >4 63% 65 64'A
OATB
May 36'i .17 nti'4 36% :i?V4
July :ws :t?u
September. ... 30"^ to' . ;;n^ 401., :i!K?
rtYl2
May mi 103x4 101 103\ 102\
July IM !>4U 04 (M'4 ?3'j
lard
M?y 10.77 10.82 10.75 10.S2 10.112
July 11.15 11.15 10.07 11.05 11.17
SEW YORK TRICKS.
WHK.1T?No. 2 red. *1.10',; No. 2 hard.
*t.ll'.a; No. 1 Manitoba, $1 5H>3; No. 2 mixed
durum. $1.30 c. I. f. track New York to ar
rh v.
< ORN No. 2 yellow and No. 2 white,
? "H'". ? No 2 mixed, 73'ic. , I. f. New York.
OATS- No. 2 white. lO'jc.; No. 3 white,
45' .r.; No. 4 white, 43Vjc.: fancy clipped
white, 5Rc.; ordinary- clipped white.
all elevator.
RYE-No. 2 Wentern. $1.13U f. o. b. and
$1.11K,e. I. f. New York export.
B\in.EY-Maltln*. 73*?77%c. c. I. f. New
York?*
HI WHEAT-American and Canadian,
.?2..*'rt nominal per 100 lb*.
IIVY?No. 1, $274/20: No. 2. $25927: No. 3.
82 i shipping. $21?23 per ton.
. INTERIOR RECEIPTS.
Wheat. Corn. Oat*. |
v, -tiirdav HK2.00U 849.000 651,000
1 1-1 week 833.000 841.000 652,000
l.ast t >ear 789,000 968,000 600,000
SEAHOARD CLEARANCES.
Flour. Wh>*at. Corn
V, t.trilfiv M ,000 475,000 854,000
I ,?t week" .. 71,<?NI 876,000 609.000
i t year. 2.314.000 320,000
CONSOLIDATED TEXTILE.
Tlio Consolidated Textile Corpora- I
tion reports for 1 !>21 a deficit of 8757.058
nficr expenses, depreciation and Interest '
charges, in contrast to net profits of ?
(1,452,421. or $1.81 a share earned on
the 802,911 shares of Its no par capital j
stock in 1920. After payment of divl- |
(lends there was a deficit if $957,058, !
against a surplus of $248,055 in 1920.
Th? company's consolidated balance -
sheet shows cash on hand $2,816,408. ,
against $2,273,372 in 1920: notes ami
invounts receivable, $6,185,409, in con
trast to $2,440,427: inventories, $8,378.
754. against $11,267,007: notes payable,
$*o<VD00, In contrast to $2,868,000: bills
and' accounts payable, $14,006,361,
'gainst $9,449,458. The profit and loss
deficit was $622,151. against a surplus
of $(34,907 In 1920.
NEW YORK BANK STOCKS.
Bltl.Auk I Bid.Ask
Anteflca 177 1*2iFlr*t Nat 5130 950
V Jail If 210 22." Clarfleld Nat. .220 2.10
Am |S*rh. .. .248 255|(lotham 1*0 1?<i
BottSty 135 145iC.reenwlch ... 240 260
Rowihr 42."> llarrlman ....3*5 395
Riyail Park..155 175|Hanover ,*30 K'.O
H'w* Cent...130 ...tlrvlnc 1*5 IPO
Hroii Co 95 ... I Industrial ....150 170
Bronx Nat.... 1T.0 160< Imp A Trad. .S10 520
Hut<% A D... 130 140 Manhat Co 230 240
?>n fferc 1*0 195! Mech A M....338 34%
t'haap 2*>". 202! Mutual 510 .
<'hat A P....224 22*iNat American.150 160
<'1icli|*a Kx... 70 *.Y New Ncth....,120 130
t'heralcal SOB B15IN Y N B A 4H0 4*0
? Ity 314 31* Pacific 300 ..
? oat A Iron. 200 210: Park 3I*> 400
<-ok*la1 270 ...| Public 242 24*
? 'olufilbla 150 ... Seaboard .... 290 310
>'otn?ncrce ...85# 257|Standard .... 240 260
('oiimrtlOi. ..315 ...;State 265 ...
Continental... 130 140!23d Ward 250 270
< orn Exch 360 365' United State*. 160 ..
cosmopolitan.. *5 100|Union Ex 215 230
Easf River. ...170 \Vmh Ht? 325 ..
1'lftH Nat r.O ... j Yorkvllla .... 475 ...
wiftn Ave ooo ...i
TBI'ST AND SURETY C OMPANIIBN.
Rid .Ask.1 Rid Ask
AIMafwe 70 ...[ Manufae'ra .. 220
Am tfnrety.. 65 70 Mer T 2*5 300
Ranier* ii23 32* Metropolitan ..255 272
Kond A Mt(t 230 240 Mtirc Bond 100 110
Rro<*lyn Tr 410 420 Mm T of W..I10 125
t ent Union.. .375 3*5'Nat Surety 205 215
Columbia 21*5 305iN Y 1. I AT 1100
Km it Tru*t.. .300 .. I New York Tr.3IO 315
I'nillable 2H0 26. V V Title 1.0 155
'?'* ri*?ra LAT.435 44?">i Peoples 205 310
I'ultin 240 26(> Realty Asso 114 120
"ideilty 200 2101 Title ti A T .317 .
U'laranty ....104 19* 1'nlted State* 950 .
ilud?m T....I70 ...|U S M A T..275 200
Kin# Co 700 ...|U 8 Title O.. 05 10..
I,nnirera M...142 .. i\Ve*tche*ter .140
l.? *fcrs T . 13* 1451 W?t T A M 150 180
Luiciln Tr . 155 I
NKW YORK CITY BONDS.
Tleld
K'irm. Rate and Maturity. Rid. Aak. Ah't
Infer. 44*. Oec., 1071 104\ IO-14 4 22
Inter. 4'4*. July. 1067 101x4 10514 422
Inter. 4H*. June. 1065 10414 105V4 4.22
Inter. 4lj*. March. 1063 104'4 tor,4 4 22
Intef. 44*. Nov.. 1957 104\ 10.-.14 4.22
lotafi. 4'4*, May. 1957 104U 10514 4.22
Intef. 44*. April. I!'66 10014 ino'4 120
Intef. 4 4*. March, 1964 10014 ioo', 4
|i lei 4'4a. March. 1WK 10014 i?ot4 4.20
Intef. 44*, Sept., i960 100% toot, 4.20
Illicit 44*. Mar., 11*19,op. 110 |tm IUO4 4.1*
Inlet 4s, May, 1950 06 06\ 4 ifl
Intejl 4*, May. 195* 96 <1614 4 ]ft
Intel 4*. May. 1957 06 !>fl\ 4.10
llealatered 4*. Nov., 1056.... 05'/4 0614 4 21
Rcsltffred 4*, Nov., 1955.... 95V4 9*4 4 21
Re?l(l?red 4*. Nov., 1036.... 05'i ri7 42*
lute#. 3'4". Nov.. I Or. I *7 ss 41*
Coupbn 34". May, 1951 *7 ** 4.1*
Yield Basis,
Hid. Ask
tRef 84*. Nov., 1050 ".3 Inc 4 45 4 20
?Rei. 3Via. Nov.. 1040 -.0 44,-, 425
Hi B. and Coup, (aerial! 44*. June,
1932 30 4 50 4.25
Reg. and Coup. (*etlal) 44*. July,
1932 32 4 50 4.25
Re*, and Coup, (aerial) 44*.
April. 1022 31 4.50 4 28
tNbl listed on New York Stock Kxehan?*.
r. S. I.AND HANK FARM MIAN noND*.
Yield
Bid. Ask Ah't
tFc?f I,ai"' Rank F. Ti. fki
Nrtv., 1011. ?.p \'il 10R\ I'M 4..VI
? Fed. l..?nd Rank V. L. Ita,
Mi4y, 1:M1. ?p. 31 lOttV 104 4.50
?Fe?| f.and Rank F. I,. 3a,
May. 10:?. op. '23 1004 10114 4 50
?Pert. t,anrl Rank F. Ij. 414a.
M4y, 1930. op. '24 00'4 100', 4 4*
tFerf. i.arid Rank F. L. 4t4*.
Nm., IP3*. op '2* P0'4 100t? 4 4*
tA'etl band Rank F. L. 4V4?.
w*y. 1037, op 22 . 09'4 1oat4 44*
tNut I1*!e<1 on New York Slock Exchange
HTKKI. STOCKS.
Bid. A*k.J Bid. A*k.
Atlas Pow.,112 117 i;**t Hteel . 20 30
Ho pf .... 74 76i Hill p H A L. 15 20
Rll** I" tV.. 2* 30 do pf 30 40
do pf. ... 54 00. Here P. 150 J54
t'nib Steel,. 14 I*' do pf 03 P:,
do 1st pf. 25 3">;Nlle* H P ... ,*.214 -,4
do S<\ pf . 15 20| do pf *7 ?2
CoU* At ma 24 26 Krovll Mfg. 3*K) 375
Im P P??r . 90 951 Thomas Iron 13 25
NEW YORK CURB MARKET
MONDAY. MARCH 27, 1922.
I MM STKIAJLH.
Not
Sale*. Hlfh. Low. L.a*t. Clige.
:iiin Acme i ohl I'i I >4 1% ..
19(11X1 Acme l'a. kill*. I I ?
I<?> Aetna Explo... lg% 12* 12'H +1
29nO AliiBlu I-atU. r 13'i 13% 13% ? %
300 Aumi [,t ?i n pf 40 ait aoM, ? 's
'Jim Am Thi'aU pf. 1% I'i ??
lloo Bl-Atn T coup. ISU i.-'i 15% ? %
200 III Am T re*. . 15'4 13% 1514 ?
500 Car I,t 4c Powt Hi I 7li HI +9
?ill <'.?lluli.id 106 10U 1(W
7U1 Chi Nip ? A".. 1% 1% 1% - '4
200 Cleveland Autn -Jf".. 211 -1) ?1
200 Coluni Kmcr . ,f ?7 *!T ?7 ?3
11200 Cont Motors .. 7'- 7'i 7% + %
Jitti Delatuur B?v.. l'^ 11 a 1'4 + '4
L'no Our Mot Ind... 12% 12% 12% ..
600 But Kod w I 72 11% 7114 ? 'i
41 m Kler S Bat W t 3ft 38 38 + %
50 Pad Ll A Trac ll? i 1:14 19% ..
1500 Federal Til li tt M
145 Olll 8af Rax. ..192 l!?i'i 1#1% +1
70i? Ulen Aid Coal. 4'J'i 42% 42V ..
WKI ilolriwyn I'I''... 0% ?% 8% ..
300 1 loodyear Tire. 10% 10% tO'4 ? >?
11H? C.oodyear T pf. 27'., Sf7% 27% + %
100 Urant Motor*.. 1% I 1'4 + %
200 Hercules Pap.f 50 50 50
Iih) iicyden Cham.. 1 I I +.03
3100 IluilHOn & Man *% *% ?%4, + '4
41)11 Hudson Co pf.. 14% 14% 14% ? '4
lOrt Iowa Cent pf.. 0% !?% 9% + '4
1 lit) Kayaer ? t.... 22 22 22
1000 Kaymr rt* ? 1 3 -'% 2% ? <4
100 Lake Torp Bt.f 00 00 00
2900 1,1b McN & t?.. 1% 4% 4% ? %
4011 Lincoln M "A" 2'i 2'i 2'i + V*
30 New Jer Zinc..144 14/. 143 ?1
200 Peerless Mot.. 35 35 35 ?1
100 rhUip MorrlH. 10% 10% 10-% ? %
500 Poatum Cereal 115 04'4 B4% ..
000 Post Cer pf.108% 102% 103% +1
28500 Radio Corp... 3'4 3% 3% ..
8800 Itudlo pf 3A 3 3 ? I
200 Re pub Rub.tt 55 55 55
IOO Suguenay PAP 3 3
4200 S Coal?Iron..<-10? 90 1)8 ?2
100 Stand Motors. 4% 4 1
KiO Swift Inter... 20% 20% 20% ?1
7800 Sterling Pr wl 40 38% 40 + '
5400 Tenn R L * P 3 2% 2% + *
503 T R I. * P pf. 1tt 15 15% +3"
Ml Tolil Shlpvds. 75 75 75 + 1
.00 Unite Ret Call 5% 5% 5% ..
11 Hi IT S M C .?? S.' 1% 1% 1% ..
700 t* S I, * H. 1% 1 1 ? '
UK) U Bit II pf 1 1 1 ? -l
1000 U8 Stea'slllp.t 11 10 11
oooo i; fc 8I1 Corp.t 8 ?' 7 7 -1
200<? w B Chein.. t 78 77 77
100 Willys 1st pf. 14 II 14 -1
STANDARD OII.S.
100 Anglo-Am Oil. 17% 17% 17% ..
30n Atlantic l.nbos 0% 0 9 ? '
Wl Imp Oil (Can) 98 98 98 ? J
4100 Inter Petrol.. 15% 15% 15% +?
200 Nat Transit.. 27% 27% 27% ..
Net
Sale*. High. Low. hunt. Clige.
10 Ohio Oil 270 270 270
15 Prairie P L. 233 233 233 ?2
I". So W I'a P L 111 ?1 HI
2700 S O Indiana.. f?i% sii S?% ??
20 S O Kentucky.405 -400 400
15 8 O Ohio 395 39.". 395
IM)KI'KM?KST OILS.
r,00 Allen Oil f 02 .".2 52 4 2
.3000 Allied Oil t 4 3 3 ?1
2000 Ark Nat Gas. 10% 10',4 10% +
11000 Boone Oil... .f IS 17 IS
tilWX) Ronton \Vy..t 71 OS 0'J ?I
1100 Cartb Syn 3% 3% :i% ..
100 ritleH Service.ins 10(1 11M1 ?2
400 i-It Sorv Bctfs 20% 20% 201,4 ?
200 City Serv pf.. 59% 5!K^ 59% + t
1100 Columh Petrol Tf| 1% I ti ?
300 Contin Pet.... 14'4 13% 14 +
1100 Contln Rof.... 3% 3% 3% +
21IIHi foNden pf 4% 4',i 1% ..
400 Creole Synd... 2% 2% 2'i ..
14KKI Knff'ers Pet..f 04 52 53 ?1
1000 Federal Oil... 1A 1% 1%
200 Fenaland Oil.. 0'i 0'4 0't ?
300 Gllliland Oil.. 0 8% *% ?
l.-iOO Glenrock Oil... 1,", I IA ??
77000 Hudson Otl...t ll? 31 31 -8
.">00 Keystone R'r.f 05 flfi 05
2IHI0 Klrhy Petrol... 22% 22% 22% ?
21100 Lance Creek.t 5 5 5
300 Livillfn Pet.. 1% 1'4 1% +
31IHI Lyon* Pet t S3 SO SI ?7
50 Lone Star Gas 22 22 22
IfiOo Murao Oil 24V4 23% 23% ?1
200 Marland Oil... 1% 1% 1% ?
1IMI00 Meridian Pet.f 14 12 12 ?1
SOO Merrltt Oil 10% 10 10 ?
192 Mexico Ka?r>?.. 10 15% 15% ..
41100 Mexico OH 3% 2tl 2% ?
700 Mountain Prod 12% 12% 12% ?
151 <M? Mutual Oil fl% li ?% ?
200 New Mex L... 1% 1% 1% ..
31'000 Noble Oil t 20 22 22 ?3
1U0 North Am Oil. 1% 1% 1% ..
3000 Omar O * G. 1% 1^? 1ft ?
500 Pennok Oil 5% 5% 5% ..
100 Pennok Oil (c) 514 5% 5% ..
100 Prod I- Ref... 5% 5% 5% ?
8000 Red Rank 0..f 21 20 20 ?2
100 Ryan Con*ol.. 5 5 5
1000 Salt Creek, n.. 14% 14 141; +1
300 Sapulpa Ref... ,?,U 3% 3% ..
4300 Slmmn Pet 10% IO1.4 10% -f
122011 Skelly Oil 4% 4% 1% ..
200 South P A R... 2% 2 2% +
1000 Stanton Oil..t 10 Irt in
25500 Texon O t- L.t OS (15 fiS
10(1 Tidal Ounce O. 11% 11% 11'4 ?
2300 Wilcox Oil 4% 4 4 ?
20000 "Y" Oil 4 0..t 20 10 20
MINING.
1100 ABC Met.... 3% 3% 3% ?
1C.OOO Alpha Mln...:t 32 30 32
(100 An-A C (Ltd). 23% 23% 23% ?
2000 Belcher Kxt...f 4 ? 4 ..
4500 Rig IiOdge....t 20 20 20
Net
Sains. High. Low. Last. Clige.
11>7<*> Post Mori 2% 17.? 'J
4<I Boat Mont U.t 36 35 35 ?X
20(10 Hoot & Kly...t 63 62 02
11000 Candelaria S.t 27 26
1000 Canada Cop..t 22 22 22 +1
10(1 Con Cop M 1'4 114 1*4 ..
100 Cop Canyon, t 9" 07 97 ?2
4400 Cortez Silver.f 93 90 93
500 Creason Cold.. 274 2% 2% ..
100 Crystal Cop..t 90 90 00 +32
"??HI Dolores Ksp... 1*4 1% 1%
33000 El Salvador, .t H 5 8 +3
IIKMmi Nur Croesus..t 21 21 21
3000 c, Florence.. .t 21 20 20
".000 Hard Sh M..f 22 21 21 ?2
1000 11 a mill I L-iV..t 11 11 11
300 Hecla Mln 374 574 574 ..
100 Hollinger a.... 9'4 9% 014 ? <4
0000 lndpd Lead. ,f 18 17 17
"00 Jerome V Dev. 4 374 374 ..
1200 Kerr Lake 3% 314 3% + U
3000 Lone Kfar....t 3 3 3
3000 McK Par... . t 18 18 18 +1
2000 MrNamara ..t 12 12 12 1
200 Magma fop... 29 1!R% 20 14
1100 Mason Valley. 1% 1'4 114 ? u
1000 Mother L clt.. 7% 7% 7% + U
8000 National Tln.t 43 45 45
3000 Nevada Ophlrf 37 35 37
7<X> Nlplsslng M... 6% 6% H% _ ii
2000 (i Hereules...t 3 3 3
100 R Her M w I. J 1 1
11100 itoehester S..f 19 10 10
KOOO Sati Toy t 8 7 8 +1
4000 Sliver Dale...t 7 7 7 .
ISflOO Sliver Plck....t 13 8 13 +5
2000 Sll King Con.f 45 45 43
2200 Simon 811 L..f 50 50 50
200 S A P .t ("Sold 4TJ 474 474 .!
K>00 Stewart Mln.f 9 0 9 .?
2'i00 Terk-Hughes.t 52 50 50 ?5
600 Tono Belmont. 1% 1 \ 1A _ x
2300 Tono Divide., t 61 60 (50
2200 Til-BuiII >n 5 5 5 -?>
?<00 Tuolumne t 56 55 55 ?7
2000 ITn Kasiern... 1}| 174 III
3200 Volcano Mln..t 50 40 30 +1
1300 W Knd Cons.. 1 f, 1,^ 1A + '4
BO.NDS.
$25000 Allied Pack (!s 72 70% 70V;.
5000 Alumin 7s.'23.102% 102% 102%
7000 Alumn 7s,,33...103% 10271 103U
6000 Am L * T 6s..105 105 105
22000 Am Tel (is,'22..100% 100% I00U
8000 Am Tel lis."24.101 101 101
6000 Am Tob 7s,'23.10214 10214 10214
<1000 Anacort Cop (Is f)K% 98% !I8"I
1 "J<>(?) Ana C 7*,'29.. 103 10274 103
6000 Ang-A O 7%s..103% 103% 103%
II000 Arm * Co 7s..103 10274 102%
(1000 Harnsdail 8s... 1)!I14 0914 0014
21000 Betli St! 7?.'23.101*4 101% 101%
15000 Beth Stl 7s.'35.10174 101% 10174
3000 Can N H 5s.'52 OOVi 90% 0914
1000 Can Par 6s 101% 101% 101%
10000 Cent Stl 8s.'41. 99% 09% 09%
70o0 Col C. raf 8s'2;>. 40 46 4H
2000 C'ol G -t dep.. 30 39 39
Sale*. High. Low
37i*"> Con Coal 5?,'50 8714
2000 Con* G 7a.'22. .1004
38(**i COKl/%P7a,'31..1084
lli**i Con T. x 8a.'41. I>7
H*K) Cop Ex Hh, '23.1024
7(**l Cop Kx Hh, '24.102%
2000 Cop 10\ 8a. '35.104%
1KK*> Deere ACo 74a. 084
J(**l E KAG tin.-'24. !'7
6(*?mi Fed Ld Hk 51.103%
?(XKt Gen Axpha 8a. 104
8I(**> G'rtch Tire 7* !??
3tH*i lid Trunk 8%* 1(K>4
12000 Gulf Oil 7a... 103%
1(**? II Ch 74s. '30.101
3000 llood R 7*, '30 I>7
4(KK) Hum Oil 7s.... 101
21***1 In K T 8a, '22 7?%
10000 K .( ;&K (in. '52 85%
yofKi K. Co It tl'-js. 97
1000 Ken Cop 7?... 102%
?JIMKI Llg W Ley 7b. I?ft
:t:if**i I^aclado Gas 7a 08
1(1000 I. M.iN&l- 7a..100
2(m*i Uuykena Ht 8b.ii*?
2K(*?l Man I' 7m, *41. HI
18000 M Oil 74*. '81 MM
61000 Mo Pac tta D. 99
2(K*> MB18 74*. '40.UHU
!Wi(*l Nat Ai- 74a... i>44
KM*) Nat leather 8m OK',
44(KK) N Y N HAH 4s. 834
l?8t**? NY H 7a, '28 wl 8.-t' j
44000 NYH 7b,'24 t la 674
12000 Phil* Co 6a.'44 90
4000 Phil P 7ViH. 30.KM
1000('Pub 8 NJ 7a,'It Itli',4
lOOOBaara-R 7?.'22.1004
20000 Saara-R 7a.'23.100
8000 Hh S M 7a,'3I.103%
lt**)Skr| O 74*.'31.10i
Net
Last. Chge.
100%
HO*
'.It!
102%
102%
104 >4
98%
07
103%
104
98%
103 <2
103%
101
Wl%
101
70
95%
07
102%
Oft
118
II*)
It*)
9.1*4
04%
08%
101 %
94%
08%
HI
N2
<17%
93%
108
llll
100%
100
101
HRt I I Vjn, ul. I' ???v
fl W Hell 7s...l?rj%
1000 SONY 64* h*P,
3(**) SONY 7*. '25.. 104%
2000 SONY 7a. '27..ia->%
::<**> SONY 7*. ?;!!.. ms
1000 Stew Warn 8?.|03
3000 Sun Oil 7a.-tT.. 100%
8000 Sw & C 7s.'23.10|%
10000 Hw &? C 7s."31.102%
IWiOO Texan Co 7a... K114
1000 Tol Ed 7a,'41.. 101%
4000 Un Oil Pr 8s.. 924
'J.'IOOO Vac uum Oil 7s.K*i%
13000 Warn Sug 7',-a Ofl%
7000 Weat Elec 7a. . KW%
32'JOO Wlncheater 7s. 99T4
FOREIGN BONDS.
1000 Port A 8a.'?l 101% 101%
43000 Solasons (la,"36 81! 8i!
10000 French 4b 55
8M100 R of Arg 7?.'23 00%
23(100 Ruaatan G 54s 204
(!(**> Run G 34? ct. 1 !?
,'[000 lluaalun G 6'4* 21
22000 Hwlaa Gov 54?101%
(Salea eenta a ahare. tUnder the rule (r?
eaah. Total aales atocka, 682,200 aharca.
Total aalea bonda, *1,168,000 par value.
102'4
1 (W4
HM4
103%
10S
103
100%
1014
102%
101*,
104%
02
106S,
9#%
108%
994
90%
20
1ft
21
101
1004
1(?4
?7
1024
102%
104%
984
!I7
103%
104
08%
1034
103%
101
97
101
79%
95%
117
102%
09
08
100
100
04
03
08%
101 >4
94%
084
834
834
67%
?Mi
105
99' i
1004
100
103
102
102 '4
K*!',
1044
103%
11*8
103
100%
101%
102%
1014
101%
02
100%
!M1'4
l(*i%
09' ~j
1011
09%
20%
lft
21
1014
CONSOLIDATED STOCK EXCHANGE
Bales. High. LOW. Last.
120 Adams Kxpresa WH KC.'ii
10?0 Air Reduction 55% 54-Ti
705 Ajax Rubber 17 ltt% 1 *
1U40 Allied Cb & Dye 65% til"* (14%
870 A'lls-ChJilmerH 45 44 44%
120 Amer Agrlcul pf.... t!5 65 65
126 Am Ak Chemical... 58% 3* 3S
120 Am Haitk Note Co.. 54% ">4% 54%
KOO Am Beetl Sucar 3814 38 38%
360 Am Bos<*i Magneto.. 44 45% ?1314
960 American Can 4(1% 4."i 15
340 Am Car * Foundry..153% l."-Vi 16SV4
50 American Chicle.... 11% 10% "
00 American Cotton Oil 2414 24% 24' .
150 Am tilde k Leather. 11% 14% 14- ,
1755 American If*' 107 104 10i>%
1050 Am International... 42% 41% 42
IH Ain l.a P Klre Kng. 1 10% 11%
110 Am l.ln??icd 33% 33% .
:i?0 Am Locomotive 307% 10"'.* 107%
125 A:n Ship i- C'?m.. .. !.'>% 13% 13'i
180 Am Smelt & Refin.. 51% 50% 50',
180 Am Steel Foundries 36% 36% ?15'',
(150 Am Sugar Refining. 70% 08% 70',
376 Am Sumatra Tob... :!1% 31% 31%
575 Am Tel ? Tel 120', 110 119%
OO Am Tobacco 135% 135% 135%
1170 Am Woolen 86% ?5% 8(1
100 Am Writ Taper pf.. 46% 4?% <?%
50 Ann Arbor pf 47% !((% 46%
B90 Anacor.da Copper .. 60% 40% 40" i
00 Assoc Dry Good!".... 55% 53% i
210 At. Top & San Fe... Ott'l 06% 1*1%
540 Austin Nichols 27% 27', 27'i
31110 Austin Nichols pf... 8,".% 8::% 83%
KtO Atlantic Fruit 3% 3% 3%
H20 Atlantic C & W I.. 28% 27 28%
2970 Baldwin Locomotive.107% 105% 1(?>%
340 Raltlmore & Ohio... 37% 37% 37".
700 Itatopllas Mining.... 1% 1% 1%
1040 Meth Steel, Clas* II. 71 60% 70',
50 Boolh Flxhnrles 7% 7% 7%
1870 Bklvn Hap Transit. 10% 17% 18%
70 Bklyn R T ctfs 18% 17% 18'.
2 to Brown Hlioe Co...., 4(V, 46% 4t>',
75 Bklyn Cnlon Gas... 01 ?, 01', 01',
170 Burns Bros B 40'., 40% 40',.
110 Brunswick Tenn 3% 3% 3%
250 Butterlck Co 31% 31% 31%
300 Caddo Cen (? A- R.. I2'n 11'- II '?
SO California T'aeklng.. 75'i 75% 75%
1390 California Pet 88% 40% 52%
ItiOO Callahan Zinc l^ad. (!'?.? 6% 0%
150 Carson Hill Gold... 15% 15% 15%
180 Cent Leather Co 36% 35% 30%
:W.'I0 Chandler Motor 71% 70% 70%
200 Chicago & Alton.... 5% 5% 5%
125 ChlcaKO * Alton pf. 0"', 0% 0%
180 Chi <t Fast III 22'i 22% 22%
150 Chicago Or West pf 18% 18', 18%
00 Chi. Mil A St Paul. 22% 21% 22%
300 Chi, M ft St Paul pf 3K% 35% 35%
sales. High.
tr.o Chi. R I & Pac 39%
760 Chllo Copper 16%
I TO Clilno Copper 26%
110 Computing & Tab... 05
300 Consol Distribution. %
1180 Coc a Cola 50
ISO Col Fuel A- Iron... 29%
250 Cluett Peabody ... 57%
!9o Colum Gas & Elec. 82%
IT.'iO Col Graphoplionc .. 3%
ISO Coimol Can 107%
560 Consol Textile 13
680 (lorn Products Ref. |0.'i%
?74 Cosden Co 36%
!isr> Crucible Steel 86%
149 Cuban Amer Sugar. 21%
1!'".". Cuba Cano Sugar.. 15%
7..0 Cuban Cano Suk pf. 33%
5740 I>avlson Chem 55%
120 Klkhorn Coal 10%
150 Kndlcott-Johnson .. JR<4
840 Erie 11%
200 Brie 1st pf ITU
1S46 Famous Play Lasky. 78%
320 Fisher Body 102%
725 risk Rubber 16%
250 Freeport-Texas .... 17
18!?i Otlirral Asphalt .... 50%
SO <;?!> Am Tank Car.. 54%
80 Greeao-Cananea C.. 27%
200 I Mi neral ElectliS....llUj{
1800 General Motors 10%
90 Goodrich (* F) Co.. 39%
ISO Great Northern pf... 72%
G N <tfs for ore pr. 3."%
1735 Gulf States Steel.... 72
750 Harblrahaw Eloc.... 2%
r>0 Hydraulic Steel 7%
I TO Houston Oil . 74%
1050 Hupp Motor Car.... 15%
120 inter Agricultural... 10%
210 Inspiration Copper.. 39%
1|oo Interboro Consol..., 3
IS70 Interboro Consol pf. 7%
10 Iron Produrts 27%
150 Inter Harvester 93
150 Inter Combustion... 25%
250 Inter Mer Marine pf. 70'<
31T Inter Motor Truck.. 34%
soil Inter Nickel 16%
190 Inter l'nper 44%
7)0 Invincible Oil 17%
2500 Island Oil & Trans.. 1%
.'HO Jewel Tea 18%
275 Kansas <? Gulf 5
10 Kansar City South.. 24%
lOim Kelly Spring Tire... 14
I!I0 Kelsey Wheel 100%
120 Kenneeott Copper... 29%
250 Keystone Tire * Tl.. 17%
610 Kresge Co 142
Low.
38 >4
19%
?-'<!%
65
%
47%
28%
56%
80%
3
106
12%
103
35%
55%
19%
13%
32
52%
19%
Sl%
11%
17%
77%
102
16
16%
54%
27%
152%
10
38%
71%
35%
67%
7%
73%
30%
02%
89%
34%
15
44%
17%
1
18%
4%
24%
42%
96%
29%
17
138%
Last.
::s%
16%
?-'6%
?5
bum. High. Low. Last.
?'tTr. Lackawanna Stool... 48% 47% 47%
1*0 Lee Rubber ft Tire.. .12V4 32 32%
273 Loews, Incorporated 15 14% 14%
-HO lyoft, Incorporated... 13% 1.1% 13%
100 Louisville *? Nash...113% 1I3>4 113%
7S0 Mclntyre Pore M... 10*4 IP'i 1 ff1,
120 Manatl Sugar 45% 45% 45%
350 Market St Ry 7% rt% 7',
1H0 Markot St Ry pf.... 54% 54', r.411
r.HO Martin Parry 2(1% 2t> 2H%
7<i0 Marlln Rockwell 28% 24% 25<!<
70 Maxwell Mot R 18% IN 1ST*
725 Manhattan Shirt 41 .'i!?'4 4i>%
ISO Manhattan Elevatod. .10% .'iK'z 3P%
MO Marland Oil A Rof.. 25',? 25 25%
1170 May Depart Stores..11514 114% llftf
13.17ft Mejtlean Petroleiim.,117 11411 11fi%
275 Miami Copper 27'a 271 > -7%
1B.15 Middle States Oil.... 13% 13 1.1%
noo Mldvalo Stool 3.1% 32% 33',
150 Minn f. St 1, !>"(, ?% P%
150 Minn St ptSSM. 50% 5!>% 5P%
1.0 Mo. K ft T w 1 12% 12% 12%
,'!!I0 Missouri Pacific 21'4 21 21 %
r.so Missouri Pacific pf.. 52% 51% B2v?
875 Montgomery-Ward... 17% 1 5% 17%
1 ">0 Mullfns Itody 28% 28% 28',
2SO Nat Acme 1fl% tfi 1"
00 Mat Hys Mo* 2d pf. 4% I', 4%
'.'HO N'at Knam ft St .14% 33% .14%
50 Nat Con A- Cahlo... 2% 2% 2',
475 Now V"rk Ontral.. ?% ?4% 85%
I960 N V. N H ft H 20 18% 19',
210 North Amerloan 55 55 55
r,0 Norfolk A South... 10% 10% !!>%
1110 Northern Pacific.... 75% 74 74%
175 Okla Prod A Tlof 2% 2% 2%
50 Orpheum Circuit.... 1S% 17*, 17%
50 mis Elevator 13#% 13?'i ISfi',
-.0 mis stool 11%, 11% II*.
175 Owens Bottle 31 % 30% HOT,
'JOO Pacific Pov OH (>'4
170 Pac fias &? Eloc OS'- 08 fiR
(Wl PaHflc Oil (0% 48% 41>%
1105 Pan-Am p. t A Tran. 5.1% 52 52%
00 Pan-Am Pot ft T R.. 47% 47% 47',
2HO Ponn Railroad .18 .17% .17%
415 Ponn Seaboard Steel. 8 7% 7".
."i0 Peoria A Eastern... 15% 15*4 15%
HiO Phllwdolphla Co 37% .17'4
ISO Phillips Potroloum.. .15% 35% 35'i
1280 Plerco-Arrow 10% 10% 1R?,
500 Pierce-Arrow pf 35 .14% 85
2*0 Plerco Oil 8% 8% 8W
350 Pond Crook Coal... 18 17%
50 Pitts ft West Va.. 2?% 2fl%
50 Pub Sor Corp of NJ 85% 85%
410 Pullman Co 122% 12J%
.".70 Punta Alegre Sugar. 50% .';*%
250 Pure Oil .'10 2!>%
IflO Ray Consol Cop.... 14% 14',4
no Reading 73% 7.1%
sales. High. I<ow, Lust.
I .'to Remington Type .. 38% :!?% 3tt%
lln Replogle Steel 30% .'t0'? 30%
100 Republic Iron ft St. 51 r>0?i 51
575 Royal Dutch. NT Sh 52% 52't .*>2%
300 St Louis-Kan Fran.. 27% 26% 27
00 St Louis Southwest. 27% 27'i 27'i
140 St L Southwest pf. 41% 11% 41%
HMi Savage Arms 18% 17',? 18'i
250 Saxon Motor .'t% .'IV* ;!'?
700 Seaboard Air Line. 4% 4% 1%
ISO Seaboard Air L pf.. 9% 9% 0>?
1045 Sears, Roeb'k ft Co. 7.'i<? 0tt'4 72%
120 Seneca Copper .... 13% 13% 18%
300 Santa f'ecella Sug.. 4V? 4% 4<i
3885 Sinclair Cons Oil... 24% 23% 23%
175 Southern Pacific .. 85% 85% 85%
195 Southern Railway .. 21% 21% 21'i
110 Southern Ry pf.... 52% 52% 02%
200 Standard Oil of Cal. 05'. 94% 95'4
1H0 Stromberg Carbur.. 45% 44>4 44',
10145 Studebaker Co 100% 1<M% 105%
"20 Submarine Boat.... 5
140 Superior Oil 5% 5%
775 Sweets Co of Am... 4 3%
100 Tern tor Coniifood .. 2% 2%
00 Tonn Cop ft Chcm.. 11% 11%
085 Texaa Co 43% 42'4
410 Texas (Sulf Sulphur. 40'S 40%
080 Texas ft Pacific.... 31% 30%
5?}0 Tex ft Pac C ft Oil 25% 24%
775 Third Av 21% 20
2120 Transcontinental Oil 0% 9 W
SO Union Oil 17% 17% 17
150 Union Pacific 132 131% 132
200 U S Cast Iron P pf. ?n Oil " Hi;
.'ISO United Ry Invest... 11% 11% 11".
350 I'nlted Ry Invest pf 30 30 .10
500 United Fruit 137% 135% 1351,
810 Un Retail Stores.... 41 43% 43-1
1485 it S C I P ft Fdy. . 33% 31% 33
H.'iO Un Stati'B Food Prod 5% 5% 5>.
ISO U S Industrial Alcoh -17% 47', 17',
10 U S Real A Imp Co. 59% 59*
1B00 Un States Rubber.. 110% 59% HO
150 U 8 Rubber 1st pf..|04'4 |(V?', 104',
70 U S Smelters .".<'.% 30'
2025 U S steel 94% 93% !M'
:ioo Utah Copper 03 02% ?"?>.
I14o Vanadium Corp 39% ".7% 38
190 Va.-Car. Chemical.. 33% 32% 33'
1300 V Vlvaudou 10 !)% 10
580 Wabash pf A 27% 27 '*7'
ir.o Weber ft Hellhroncr. 13% 13% 13*
75 Wlckwlre-Spenecr .. 114% 11'
00 Western Maryland.. !)% 9% !"
no Western Pacific 17% 17% 17"
too Westlnghouse E ft M 57 57 57
310 White Oil 9% 0% ?.).
500 Willys-Overland .. S'4 7% H
110 Wool worth (F W)..1K0% 105% 1f.iV"
00 Worthlngton Pump.. 49'4 40 40
OUT OF TOWN MARKETS
BOSTON.
MINING.
Sale*. Opening. Hlcli. I.o?*. l,ast.
31 Ahmwk fir. 05 B2 ?2
85 Anaconda .. . tVO ."i0 (AS W%
90 Cal and Art.. r,N 5K 57'? 57',
I Cal Hocla . ..27!? 270 27!?
1620 Carson 15% 15% 15% 1.".',
20 Cop linnet'.. 42ty 12% 42 42 ,
100 f'avla I>aly ..7 7', 7 7',
3.1* Kast Buttt. .. 10 10% 10 10*.
.-.U) Island Crock. .103% 103% 102 I0.1U
10 Royal* 2SM H SM S3H
SO Mayflower .. 4% 4% w, 4%
325 N?w CornHla 17% IS 17', 17',
ISO Nlplsslnj: ... ti% ?% ?!% H%
2.16 Pond Cr?sK.. 1S l*% 1R IS
55 St Marys ... 47 47 47 47
2" Sup A Boat on. 1111
50 Trinity 2 2 2 2
1200 Tuolumn* 10 fio 55 55
235 U S Smelt pf 45 45 44% 44%
1020 t?tah Ap?* .. 3% am S% 3%
125 Utah Cons .. 2 2 2 2
1100 ut?h Metals.. 1% 1% 1 'i I',
10 Wolverine ... 12 12 12 12
R\1I.KOAOM.
fa Bos A Alhany.142 142 142 142
70 Boston KU'v.. 70 70 7S 7N
60 Main* Cant . 33% 34 3.1% .'14
160 N V N II * H 10', llt'j IN"; 10'^
?fi Old Colony .. S5 85 sr. sr.
55 Rutland pf... 24 24 23% 23'4
10 West Knd t0% 411% 10% 4ft *a
5 West Knd pf.. 5*% 56% 58% 58%
MIPCKLLANEOIJS.
10 Am Art pf... ?5V4 65% 65 65
SO Amoskoac ..107 107 I0H 106
.15 Pneumatic pf. 14*1 14*4 11% 14''i
46 Amir Sur pf . 07% 07 f>8
142.'. Amor Tel 110% 120', 110 120
15 Am Wool pf..10tt 106', 106 106
50 Knstern Mfs.. 11% 11% 11% I1?.
340 Eastern 8 S.. 61% 61% 61% fir,
75 Kdlson I6S 168 168 |6N
1000 C.ardner 14 14% 1.1% |4'i
M Oray 17', 17', 16% 1K<,
2*5 Greenfield ... 21% 24% 24't 2?%
25 tnt Cot Mills. .10 :io% :to rto',
120 Intl Oment... 33 .11 32% .12%
700 Island OH 1111
to .1 T Ponnor.. 22 22 21% 22
11>50 Ijlbhv 1% 1% t% 4'4
10 Ijosws 10% |o% (0% 104
20 Mass Oas ... 71% 71% 71% 71%
11 Mass Has pf.. 11514 tis% 65% H.".'4
80 Mi'* Inv 20 2014 20 20i)
.15 Miss Rlv Pw r 201, -J0\ 20% ;ot*
110 Miss R Pw pf 7S\ 78% 78% 7S',
7 Nat I?eath?"r.. 10% 10', 10 io
::6 N?w Enc Trl.115 115% 114% IIIU
100 New Enic Oil tM, I', 4% 4'4
150 Orphsum .... is is 17% 17%
.15 Par Mills HIS 17" 16* 170
2*5 Swift 10.1*4 10,1% |02 102
31 Swift Inter... 21 21 20%
22<i tin Shoe 43% 43% 42%
22 I'm Shoe pf... J? ?_'? 26
3T?o Venturm 22% 23 22N
1oo waltham s% ?% ?%
22 Walworth !? 0 fl
71 Warren Rron. 30% 30% 30
R War B 1 xt pf. 33*4 36% 38%
70 Wlrkwlra 13% 13% 13%
BONDS.
$22000 A G W 5k... M% 32% 51%
,",000 Car*on nnt?,i ion 10S 108
7000 Hood Rub ??.. IW% !>?% n?%
.-.oon Mi*., r r 5a.. sn% sn% *9%
r.oon n H Tel Ra... nr. OT nr.
HUM Seneca Cop 8- IO;i 103 103
7000 War H 7%a.. 103 103% 104%
CURB.
Rid.
Arl* Ext* 1
Aril! Silver lg
Ariz T T
Black H.. r.
Chief Con 3%
Calaveras. V
Crystal nw 33
Denbigh .. ?
Bugle BB. 2%
Eur Craoa. 21
Fortuna .. ..
fiadxden.. <13
llom* .... 3
Iron Bio*.. 20
Ank.l BM.
2 llron Cap.. 7%
13 I,a Rose... 33
2 Majestic . . H
* i M?x Metals ..
3% MM Mo**.. ..
wo Mutual n T 32
n? Monarch .. ..
S Nat h * 7. .
2% I Nixon 10
23 Seven Met
3 Sliver Baaf 2
fui ITcxana .... 5
r. ITnl V Kxt 27%
23 ;Yukon .... fKV
B,\ I.TIM ORE.
Sale*. Open.
12*. Citizens' N B 12??
r.H Cnmi'rM pf B 2't'i
100 ('otisol 1 Po%?v 10fl'.
10 Cnn rower pf.1l0i4
423 CosdeiiACo pf 4' -j
11 IImislon O pf HO
200 Indlahoma R 3%
12 Md Casualty
54 Tenn W r 1?w?
2*3 United Bys 12c
70 W H A A pf.. 31
BONPS.
no
3%
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1011
Itc
31
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ton
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BaltClfjr 4mH1. n<;
BaltClty ?e.m. nm:,
? 'on Coiii tl*. loo
con r 7*. 10014
i on P 7*. ?31.10314
con row 7<i?.i07
Co*den*Co flu.
Blkhorn C
Mon V T 7a.. n7s
I'n Rya 1st 4? 72",
Tn By* tM 4k
ttn Ilv* Kd R* 71
Un By* 7%*...10",
\V R * A 3*. . 77'4
nr.% nr.
pg
!W%
100
1oo>4
io.iv?
107
nn%
nr. i,
n7<.
"2'i
33
T4%
lor.
77%
lllgh. Low.
45% 12N,
2?% ?%
lOUVfc 10?u
110>4 110'4
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31
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71
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CHICAGO.
Sale*. Open. High. I?w. Last.
AO Armour pf.... ff> JH? !t? !X1
?V. Armour l..ath 11" 4 12% 1214 12',4
n.V> Beaver Bonrd. J?H *"? * S
2:. Hooth n.?h.... 7*i -< j 7'4 "'4
inn Booth Plah pf. 35 nr. .1:. 33
130Ca?e ri 2d pf in in in in
30 Chi City * C. 1U ''i I'i 1'4
123 Chi C i C pf I S * *
300 Chi Kiev pf.. li'i (l?4 tl'i H?t
riOCom W EdIaon127% 12* 127T4 12*
r>0 Conaumor* Co. is ? tt ?
2H0ncont Motor*... 7% 7?4 7'4 7*4
K> P Matc h 11* 11R 11* I1M
1523 Earl Motors... 114 4
inn Hart S t M? 77 77 77 77
12.". Hupp Motor*.. i."i?; 15*4 1544 15*4
11.VMt.lbby 4'i 4'? 4"?
inn m Utll Pr pf !W'.j 07 Otl'fc 07
nr>M Utii com... :t* :m 3* 3*
30 M TTtll pf 70 7n 70 70
50 Mitchell Mot. .. ? 0 ? ?
65 Montft Ward.. 17 17 17 17
IS Nat leather... 2'4 2<4 2V4 2'4
ISO N U-ath new 10tt 101, 1014 10'?
inn Orpheum 17'4 17'$ 17>,4 I7H
400 pick *- Co 24 24 21 24
1300 riKK wine A. 3*s 3**4 a* 38H
175 Tub Ser pf 03H OS 03'4 05
20 Quaker Oat* .175 173 173 173
23 Quak Oat? pf. 04 04 01 04
2300 Stewart War .'17 3714 3??4 3rt?,
inn Swift * Co... 103 lo.t 101*4 102
1300 Swift Inter... 21 21 2Wj 20?j
53 Standard C,a?. 13 13 15 13
1W Stand Oas pf. 14 44 4.114 43#
ISO Thompson .... 42'j 42'j 42'4 12'.
5300 tin Carbide... 55 55'4 5444 53*
300 ITnlt Pap Bd. 1:1*4 13*4 13*4 13s,
ion ITnlt Iron W.. 7'? 7'i 7'4 7'
100 ITnlt L. 4 Ryi 45 45 45 4". ?
?O C t,t * R pf. 73 75 7.", 75
lino Wahl fl.'i'j ??> K5',4
23 Veatft Battery. 33 32 32 " 33
50 West Stone... 1?4 |*J 1*4 1%
intm Western Knit, rt', ?'4 ?>, 111,
?*:. Wrlcrley 00 on w, p**,
000 Yellow Mf* . .1*4 1*5 1*4 I*:.
02no Yellow Tanl... 7*'4 *2*i 7*H 70'v
BONDS.
$wnn rh Ry S 5a.... ??', ?fl>4 tyr,
innn Chlr Tel 5a.. 00', tttt'4 Jill, njn,
inno Com E lot 5a. OR Ort Ofl W!
DKTROIT.
Pale*. Open. High. I^o*. I.a*t.
to Amur M*ht. ..130*4 130\ 13*V4 13#
500 Charcoal pf... 3*4 3% 3'4 3H4
1723 Columbia Mot. 4'. I', t?, 41.
6.HUI Cont 7'. 7% 71, 7*.
57 r?< t Edison 10S'4 lnsu in*'* 10*1..
5?t I'oiiI Motor*. .325 325 ;i22 ."22
ino Holland St I... ?*4 ?% ?*4 4*.
trxHWt |mn Silver 25 2*. 23 25
.'inn Mich SiiRar.... ?'4 tl?4 H14 <iu
?-?nn Packard Com 7 7 7 7
rHI1.ADRI.PIUA.
Sale*. Opi-n. HIbIi. Low
10 Alliance Ins... 21V4 21H 21 'J
"S.'i Am Store* ... 07'- !>7'? 07
132 Arn St 1st pf.1311 129% 128
102 Am St 2<1 pf.,128 r.D " 12H
1.1 Am (".as lit 111 (iir
.10 Am Ryu <i', 0*4 0'
.10 Am Rya pf . . 40', tl in',
HO B of X A ??r ."i01 j ."ftir.o
1H4 Klec Storttc. ,14D"i 152 HO
inn Kir>c stor new ;!S>.. ;:nij,
I2."> In* Co of N A 35 " ,'l.vi
50 Keystone Tel.. O'j 0", 0'.
3 Keystone T pf. ::i ' ;;i :;i
110 l.ake Superior, O'i 0', o
12 Petinn Suit ... 71% 71'j, "|ii
I no Phi! i'ii ??urn pf :;o :;n
212." Phil* Kiev 'JH'., 2?-, ?_>?i.
?I7rt Phlla Elcc pf. 27*4 27',* 27*;
.'170 Plilla Riip Tr. 28H 2i>\ 2H',
230 Tono Bel |i? |,\ ju
100 Tono Mln If} |j| m
2.1 ITn Trac 391* 3fl'4 3f>
100 l'nl (ia* Imp.. 44',4 1114 44U
?Ml I'n Oaa Imp pf .'>2 ."2 r.j t
10 Wclaharli .... 4:'. 13 43
12*) York Ry 111 |n>.'. in
."i0 York Rv pf.... 3A
BONDS.
*1000 Key Tel l?t r.? 70% 7t% 70',
'.'imo phii f> --on so--, ami mi.J
1ROOO Phlla K1 1?t 5* 08% Mfi. mu
J04100 Phlla Kler ??.I01% 101 \ 1011.,
2000 Wclgharli Ha... 08% 0N% fW%
PITTSBt'RfiH.
flale*. Open. Hlffh. 1,ow
42.". A1 k Nat i!a*. 10 |iv% in
|RO A Wind lilH^f. Ro mo sn
Ml <'n| (la* * Blee 82 82 82
25 RamadaO B.. -''1*4 26*;
II". Tidal Oa?B<".. ? 12 12 12
I" I'Rh Coal H2
200 Carnegie I.A7.. 4 4% 4
5Q I.one Star C.a* 23 23
45 Nat l-'lrepr'f C 8U si. ?>,
.'10 Nat Flrep'f pf 17% 17*, 17",
707 O Knot Supply 48", tf>', |R?.
10 Ohio Fuel Oil. 17 17 17
120 Okla Nat lias. '-'n% JOH 201;
SB r*h Plate liaal in 140% 110
lion Salt Cr'k Cone 11% ||i , 11%
10 Union Cia*...)24% 124% 124'-'.
innii San Toy II tf |
.1*0 W?at Air Rr. *'*4 Sii W".?;
100 W Penn com.. 24 24 24
110 Weotlnghouae. 57 57% 57
CLRVKI.AND.
1*M. A*k Rid
Clove R\ , . 02 1*5 |f;ondj?ar p 27
Flreatnno.. 'mt 110 Prod & Rof 5
<!n pf iil> 70 | IVerlcian M. 35
do 1% pf TS 80 Hher * VV. 21
ngMM ..10 11 1 do pf.... i>4
Ooodyear.. 10 11 jStenru* M. 17*,
MISCELLANEOUS MARKETS
NF.W YOKK STAT!', HIIKin.
Tldd
Firm, Rate and Maturity. Bid. Auk. Ah't.
tCanal Imp. High. Imp. 3a,
.run. and March. 102a .TO... 4.BO
tCanal Imp. High. Imp. 5*.
Jan. and Mar.h, 1IM171... 4 10
j tCanal Iinp.-Hlgh. Imp. .1*,
.fan. and March. 1044-71 .. 4.10 4 00 ....
Canal Imp. I%?. .Ian,. IOK4..tOf> 112 3 00
' Cnnal Imp. 4%?. Jan . I0?r.. .104 107 .100
Mich. Imp 4%a. Sept., 100-! 100 112 3.0#
High. Imp 4*. March. 10flr.1O4 1 07 3 !)0
Marg* C. T. 44*. Jan., 104.V102 in.*,14 3 0".
?1llc;h. Imp 4*. March, 1007 100% 102 3 On
High Imp. I*. March. 1003.100% 102 3 00
High. Imp I*. March, 1001 100% 1fr.> 300
High Imp ??, March. 1000.100% 102 3.00
High Imp. I?. H-\A . lO**. .. 100% lirj 3 00
High. Imp (?. March. lOr.S 100% 102 8.H0
, <"???,?! imp. la, Jan.. 1007.100% 102 3 on
final Imp 4?, Jan.. 1002 .100% 102 300
! C*nal imp. U. July. 1001, .100% 102 3.On
Cnnal Imp. 4?, Jan., 10flr .1fl0% 102 3.PO
Cgnal Imp. I?. July, 10?n 100% 102 .100
? MfitC" C T 4*. Ian . 1040 100% 102 3 00
II* ?t< C T 4?, Jan., 1042 .100% 102 3.00
tNnt Ilitcd on New York Stock Exchange
JOINT STOCK LAND BANK BOND!*.
TMI
Rid. Aak. Ab't.
tFlrat ,? S. L. Tl.-Chicago
r.%*, Nov , tout, op 31... 103% lor. 4.00
tJoInt fni'k Land flank 5a,
May. 1030, op. 24 IM% 100 8 OH
tJoInt Stock Land B*nk Si.
Nov., I0P1\ r>p 31 J !?*% 100 ,V0?
tNot llatad \n N*w fcrlAtock Etehanfi.
STANDARD OIL.
H1<l.
Ant Am .. I7U
All IV f 5?H>
do pf... 115
Borw- fk?r .340
Hu.k P I. 03
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do pf nw 100
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Nut Tran. 27
N V Tmn 174
North FM, IO-.
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IIP. | Ptd of ('Ml. 01
IIS Std of Ind AH'i
182 Hid of Kan.M0
Std of Ky 4* ,
151) 1 do nrw 78
M gtd of Nab 1H5
l? ifltd of NJ.170
115 I do pf ..114
10r. fid of NY 872
1711 ! Htd of n..3?0
100 I do pf 114
103 | Hwan A F. 3.-.
IV.lUn Tank.. 0*
2* I do pf 100
17* Vacuum . .34*
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274 I Htd auhald
2* | an hlor, .1350
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SHORT COVERING
HOLDS UP COTTON
Prevents Featureless Market
Declining: More Than Two
to Nine Points.
There was enough local short cover
ing tn yesterday's featureless and quiet
cotton market to prevent Its declining
too far under the influence of the un
settled labor situation here and abroad
and the reactionary tone of securities^
Prices -were off 13 to 21 points from
Saturday's close at one time early in
the afternoon and reflected professional j
long selling. Southern offerings and lack
of tr&de support, but in the last half
hour the market made up most of Its i
losses, showing a decline of only 2 to '? i
points at'the final gong.
The weather, ordinarily a factor of [
Importance, was sufficiently a standoff
not to make much difference one way
or the other. The showery and unfavor- I
able weather in the Eastern belt was
offset by rains In south Texas and pre
diction bf further precipitation. Liver
pool cables were disappointing. The
English futures market started off well
enough, but soon reacted under specula
tive selling and fears of strikes.
Spot business abroad continued active,
about 10,000 balps changing hands. A
good Inquiry for the actual was reported
abroad. Advices regarding Manchester
business and the wage reduction by the
Federation of Master Spinners did not
agree and added to the confusion here.
The local market for spot cotton was
quoted as 5 points net higher at 17.SO
cents for middling. The New Orleans
market was quiet and 25 points lower
at 16.25 ccnts.
Itanijc of prices:
Tree.
Open. Hlcrh. Low. Clo^e. Close.
May 17.fi- 17.73 17.r.0 17.B4-8.- 17.C.7
July 17.12 n.ifi in.04 17.cm t 17V">
October 18.77 <18.83 Hi.til 1 rt.71 T 1C70
December.. Ifi.rtH in.71 Ki r.4 18.83 t 18.60
January.... 16.39 18.82 trt.tr. 1rt.ru? T 18,*8
LIVERPOOL,
Spot cotton. Rood Inquiry at 0 points de
cline: middling, 10.80(1. Sales. 10.00U:
American, 7.000. Imports, 9.00O; American,
.-.000. futures opened quiet at .VaR point*
?lerllne. Closed quiet ?t a net decline of
<Wi18 points. March. 10.2?<l.; May, 10.12d.;
July, 10.03d.; October, n.7fid.; December,
IMWd.; January, 9.30d. Manchester?Yarns
In moderate demand; fair business doing In
cloths.
STATISTICS.
Yesterday. Last Wk. Last Yr. I
Port receipts.... 11.440 13.132 10.770
Bxport 10,11H 10,332 I3,8.T)
Export, season. .4,120,800 4,083,228 3,724,484 |
N. Y. stocks s8,r.4s 124.ton <
rort stocks 1,067.282 1,031,007 1,387.; 128
Interior receipts. TJ.t'.OS 13,383 1.",.'t71
Interior shlpm's. 13.221 13,333 13.837
X. Y. arrivals... 123 3,021 4,l.'!0
Business Troubles
PETITIONS I> BANKRUPTCY.
Petitions In bankruptcy fllo?i yesterday In
United States Plstrlct Courl were
JAMBS R. KEANK, JAMES K, KBANE AND
FRANK T. MORGAN, furniture and stor
age, Idl Baal 120th street?Involuntary, by
t'nton Furniture Company', which claims
$1,11)0. ami Reaer Furniture Company, $1127.
Estimated liabilities, $50,000; assets, $10,
000. Shaln. & Welnrlb, attorneys for peti
tioners. William J. James, receiver; bond,
$5,000. . I
A * II HAT COMPANY (Adolph Arlow sndj
Ben Hymowltz), 10 Great Jonos street? In- i
voluntarv, bv Henrietta Ruchman, who |
claims $200; Klsle Simon, $200. and Joseph i
Cohen, * 100. Ilabcrmai Lenlne. attorneys]
for petitioners. Samuel Sturt7., receiver; i
bond, $500.
ROSENTHAL ? KUSSOWDBR. INC.. Jewel
er*, 12! Canal street?Involuntary, by Louts ;
Nasofcr, who claims $1,000; Max King,
$2,000. and Ethel llynian. $W0. H. & .1. J.
Leaicr, attorneys for petitioners. Edward
Rayher, receiver; bond, 92,000.
JOSEPH B. MAZZARPRI AND JAMBS
CLARKE, partners In Thomas H. Cowley
* Co.. slock brokers, 115 Broadw ay?In -
voluntary. by Jose M. Majarano. who claims
$.1,000; Charles A. Ilubbs, $1,175; Francis i
.1. Brady. $!?,.'.0h, and Frederick Relncke,
$l,20o. Edward pctlgor. attorney for peti
tioners.
RECEIVERS IN BANKRUPTCY.
Receivers lo bankruptcy filed yesterday In
United States Plstrlct Court were:
ALEX HALMY, 285 Tenth avenue?Beuben
Htllman, receiver: bond, $1,000.
SIMPLEX UTILITIES CORPORATION-Will-I
lam J. Clark, receiver: bond, $1,000. Kstl
tnated llshllltles. $84,000; assets. $1,021.
FRED. INC.?Louis Ferkln, receiver; bond.
$1,!KK); estimated liabilities. $0,000; assets.
$:;.ooo.
SCHEDULE* IN BANKRUPTCY.
Schedules in bankruptcy filed yesterday In
United Stat'.M i'lstrlct Court were:
JULIUS LEITBRMAN. coats and suits, Kt
West Twenty-fifth street?Liabilities, $75,
8,12: assets. $T?0,H07.
JACOB SCHONFELO. office fixtures. 10.'1
Broadway?Liabilities. $48,933; assets. $3",
SOLOMON SCI IN BID BR MAN, nun's and
boys' caps, 8 West Fourth street?Liabili
ties. $11,120: assets. $.'>..175.
HAG NOW IT/. A BIRDT. INC.. dresses. 32
West Twenty-first street?Liabilities, $2o.
881; assets, $5,015.
JUDGMENTS rU.ED.
The following Judgments were filed yester
dsj. the first name being that of the debtor: ,
MANHATTAN.
ABELB8. James A.?Brooks Bros.. $25,5.84 |
APRILL, Herman, and Joseph Bas- |
kin?Resource Holding Corp 2.J03.21 j
AULI) PAPER CO.. INC.?U. S.
Trucking Corp .'0,1.80
A. CONHA1M A CO.. INC.?Prin
cess Textile Mills.
BOGERT. I'honins K.?N. Y. Wood
Finishes" Supply Co.. Inc J2B.10
BRYAN, lohn C.-ll. K. Huer '.00-W
BLUMRBRG. Joseph M.?I. l-ehr.. 58,134.48
1 IF.SON, William, nnd Psvld Rosen
thal (Capllol Warehouse Co.)?
A Welsh et al 0,.
IIOMHill SKYLIGHT * GRAVITY
VENTI LA TOR CORP?J- Eluho
wit3! -'ll'l
RKITH. Arch B.. aiel Frederick
J. Relllv (Belth, Rellly Ar Co.)
11 Follett ' 0,8 47
PBRL1NG, Edward and Marie?
Title Gunrnnte. ft Tru^t Co ?'
BBLNORT', Jacob M.?D. L. Mess
Inc et si , V.1' .1,;: I
BLUM, Jacoli?R. Blum Li-*?.
BKII, Helene Marcus Millinery Co.,
I
CO NO DON, Olrnn M ?A. W. Or- nnn
lawy ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ???? ]
COLE motor rAlt CO.?E. H.
Outerbrldge et *1 i""Li ,, ??*?.? i
CAMPOLONGO. Josepl* K.-M. ^ I
POPGE. Hnrold C.'-C.' M; Cn'ry'ell 1 .??17
ELLIS, Louis. and J.sse C. Jacobs
? Poontf, ' ? * * '? ?
F1LMLANP PLAYERS. INC.
Nicholas Power Co.. Inc.. .. 4.1.80
FREEMAN, Walter k? Sherman ,
Sonars Supply Corp ; J.*L?*
TORONTO.
COBALT.
Bid. A?k , R'd- A'l<
Adanac .. 1' IV Ken-Lake 3 0O .
Ites^-er r 35 * 3BH1. MeKIn P S |8'
Chatnb Fsr .. ' Ml" J' ??f '' "
conisgas. 1.3.1 . Nlnnls. Ing. .. ?>
Crown Res 21 22 Ophlr ? oh 4 4'<
Vnntrr .. 2 iPrtrrnrtn I. .?% ??
Glffnrd .'!! \ I Right of W
(It North ?? - Silver Leaf 1 ..
Hargrsvss. .. 1 Temlskatn 38 . 10
Hudson R. . 10 rrethewey. I
roRrupiNF
An.* 3H .THI New ray M. 15 17
Miss noid 23 24 IP Crown 28H 2?
Parldson. '.0 P Imperial 2
Lome Ext. 04 .. 'P Tlsdalo.. 2 3
Pome L. 11 13 'Prc< LP. * 8'
Pomr M 28 00 28.25iSchumacher 00
C.old Reef 34 3%PV NT.. .12% .
Holllnger n.85 Tbomp K . 01*
Keora .... IS 18 West T> C .. II
Mnneta '"H1
KIRKLANP LAKE.
F.lllott K.. .. 25 Lake Shr.. 2.10 2.2
Kirk I and L W TeekH...,40 ,40.
Ml St 'F.LL A N ROUS
Boston C.. .. t> Wasnplka . ftH 0
MONTREAL.
Rid. Ask Bid. Ask.
Ablllbl 3?<i P Textile ,.1:i8
Asbestos.. 55S 50 petrol! Unl >15'i 80
All Sugar 2.1% 2.1'j II H Paper tkl
Brazilian. ??'- ,1(U, LaurentIde 82 82',
Breweries. 504 ?O'n.Lyall .. . .. 30 ?!'
Rrtce Bros 18' ?18!>, Montreal P 88', SSi.,
R <? Fish 27 | Rlordan .. .S 8
Prlt E Stl 8 0 do n? .. .43 . >0
Brompton. 2Pi 22 do new (.f I3t, Jt
ran i 'a r 21 * t 22 |Ppsn River 70
fan S S. 15 15', do pf. .. 84'
Hn nf .43 i Steel of C. 054 8,.%
Cement 00 .?hswlngan 104 105
t> Bridge. . 80'i 00' . Sm. Iters 10', 20
p Steel 22' j 1J? 1 ,1'
D fanners 284 '.'P Wlnnl By. 88 8fl
D Glass. , . 03 81".
IV, La Rose.
I
FRIEDMAN. Mitchell M.. Ilarry L>.
and I.lilore A -8. HarrU^ J.jg-g
GINSBERG. Alfred-s. Brody.--;y- 1,1
GOTTLIEB. Nathan?N. T. 374.43
GOLDBERG. Hamuli j. (Sam Gold
berg Co. I?Ross Stores *?*???i'l w>
GOLDBERG. Hyman. Michael GUcK ^
and Sain Gover?I. Werner.......
HYMAN. Gabriel H. ? Printing
Craft* K-alty Corp.. .
HAU88L.BR. ("has. H.-B*?t A Co. 34..IM
HAYTON. Mot", and Samuel Broni- _
berg-ll. Kass ?k" (H *
HOM8Y. Hablb and Jo*eplh (H. * .38.35
J. Hoiuay?M. W achtler, ?,,, 0?
MIKBH. Richard?Swift ACO" Inc.
HARTMAN, John J. (Mall ,.!! n-m 44
Store) ?Shcfman A Levalr. Inc.. , 3oa"{?3
JENCKS. Henry A.-Barrett 1Oo.? I.3U3.9B
KLEIN. Frank, and Madlaon o.
llawke (Klein ft Hawkfl) Pelliam
Builders Supply 9?'Jn'i/.v' Vtaid
KEARNEY. Gerald?Society Maid ?,0>#2
Hosiery Co., Incwi-j,
KHATING. Ellen?Bank of Waan 728 j6
Irgton Heights.. ? ? ? ? ? ? ???????'' i'
KOKO MAT in. INC..
Griffin and Richard A. Grlffitn _ ^ ^
Class Journal Co.. ..???????????? ? ?
LEVINE, Nathan (Gotham CloaK
\ ^ult Co.)?I. M. Oshlnsky...... ?
LOEBBLSON. Adolph - Resource i ^ fiR
MICH AEI,8"'Joseph-?#:' ProVt^.'.V. =10.61
MORSTF.rN, Ella" S.?H. C. Burn- j 1g#
McGnVT Eugene ir\-L Gliman... >.90.10
MAIER. Michael Money-weight ^ 047.40
Scale Co ? ? ? ? *' ?'"'i j
MILL/MAN, David Broad St. Hold }
McGOVERN.' William, and Fidelity ?
ft Deposit Co. of M<1.-People, Ac.
MAORELLI. Anthony. People. Ac? ?
MANCINI, Frank?M. Shapiro- 017 5b
McGinn, Florence B.? Lewis .... -17.50
NATIONAL PIE BAKING CO..
i\-C? H D. McCrane 6.135.1..
NEURA PAPER CO.. INC.?Dodge
Rales ft Engineering Co ? ? w
ONASCH. Louis ? Overrneyer ft 347099
paramount' tentile'cbRP.'- " '
T nti.ot
PALLADINO, Joseph?Pfotenhauer 43r>
PAPPAS, Gus, and National Surety ^
PERAGELLO. *Harry?Pettit iiFUed -4riSr'
RIOKETTS ft CO.. INC.?C. E. W.
Bateson ????????? 'W.'bI
R,Wa, Phlll A.-L. T\ 3a' "1
RAPP. Bernard E?M. W. Amberg
ft Co.. Inc ? 3B"
ROSEN. Philip, and Ida Rosen?H. _
Plnsky et al * * ? 'i*
REAL CONSTRUCTION CO.-G. ^ ^ ^
ROBERTO, Hugh S?Atias Port
land Cement Co ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ???'?;!*
ROBERTS. Robert?W. Sachs et al.
ROSEN. Irwin?C. Hess ? ? ? .un?v
STAFFORD. Bartholomew L.?
American Foreign Banking Corp.
SOLOMON. Carl?M. Karp.....
STERNBERG. Adolph?A. C. Case. 40.>.?.>
SMOLOWITZ. Abraham and Sa
raha-D. Friedman........... ? ? ? ?
S1EBEB. Harry A.?S. Schachte
heck et al.... -91.1*
STElNFELD.^Morrls?N. Y. Hat
Leather Co
SUNDRIES CO.. INC.?Brown A
RIkpIow Inc WH.im
STODDARD, Chas. H.?B. R.. Dler. 1,224.04
STE1NGUT. Irwin?L. Schwartz
9C7HULMAN. Harry A.?I. Kran
shaar ? Air on
SCinVARZ. R"se?W. J. Salmon... 1555..0
SCANDINAVIAN SALES CO.. INC.. y
and Ernst Wernstrom?S. 1..
Frooks ? ? ? ? ? 1.3-8..hi .
SENEP. Anthony, and Senes Drtce
tlvr Bureau. Inc.?M. Arle 3,1?i.-0
SOLOMON, Barnet L.?J. B. Holf
gen ? ? -18.94
SHEAR. Benjamin and Eva?I.. n
ChenltJ! et al ?? -72.9..
TIGAB. M. George?JudkIns McCor
mlck Co
TOBTORA. rhamas?D. Bilner. ... 341.7.1
"R15EITEL. Morris?D. Breltbart. " :3fl.l"
WII-LINS. Sam -Black Brfs. Flour 1
Mills. Inc '
WISE. A?ge?M Levin ............ 2fti.n.>
WORTHY TRADING CO.. INC.?H.
I,. Ernv .i?4 j
ZIMMERMAN, llattlc - -Resource
Holding Corp T11?-fi0
BRONX.
BRAAF. Harry?H. Heulbrunn 9.3.9"
BROOKS. S. ?nd M. Fidelity ft Cas
ualtv Co. of N. V . and M. Brooks i
ft Son, Inc.?G. Colon ft Co
CITTCH. H. F.-F. D. Gulliver.... 2fl9 20 I
EDWVRPS, Louis -R. Gatte .9..39 |
K1N/1E. rieorge J.?R. Klssner. . 3.>?.?
MAliDOCK. S. .T? Peconco Eng. ft
Contracting Corp 903.14
ROSFNFELD. C. and E.?M. Ber
rer et ? ? ? ?? i"-n
ROBERTS, .lohn?A. J. t.crslnln.. 1.151.401
?ATI?nRn .11 IKiMENTS.
The flrMt .lame Is that of the debtor: the |
second that .'f creditor and date when Jtidg- I
ment was filed:
MANHATTAN.
SCIH^ESINGI<R. Leo-A. S. Bacon:
Mn rr.b "0, tOIH ? ? ? * ?
LOBEL, Jacob M. Jncobson et al.:
Ma-ch 22. 1922 ;???
NEUMAN. Saul and Leon-A. Kay
ser ct al.: October 22. 1021 l,600..?.{
K A PI. AN David, md William and
Abraham Rertnrin?E. Lange et
n! : March 23. 1922 ??????? 1.M0.3J
PASTEBNACK. Sariuel. and !?air
"uel Potashlnsky?J. Ruppert: Feb
ruary Vs. 1922 .. ........ 3
LANSING. Cleveland C.-A. Haskel.
February 11. 1921 ? ? ?? 5OT1"
R1RVS BROS?H Irvine: March
in. 1922 VV" '
FENSTERSTo 'K - \ ? A .lacol's:
December 10. 1921 (vacated).... 0.89195
ROKASH. H.. or -toy Collns. and
Npw An\stf,r?1ani CaMimlty Co.
cated'l* A:'C"St
CllV'RCIIF1ELP. Marlon - Pabst
Brewing Co.- February 18. 1910.. B7U.3*
RANDALL^ W. 11-T. E. WlnK: p?. --
MAiiin''r.ar'.-vVl-M, Granltz. Feb- "
riinrv 11. ?
KHONOVRT. M.^hiicI S.-B. ,
January 5, 1917
ruorosAi.s.
INVITATION TO CONTRACTORS.
Agreement "Br."
Furnl*hlng and Delivering Kt?>el Covers and
Frame* for Lof Bench Duct Manholes of
Certain Rapid Transit Rallroada In tlie
Boroughs of Manhattan and Brooklyn.
Contract No. 4.
Sealed bid* or proposal* for furnishing and
delivering at designated place* steel rover'
and frames ami asbestos lumber panels for
low Bench duct manholes of certain Rapid
.Transit Railroad* In the Borough* of Man
hattan and Brooklyn, city of New York, will
be received by the Transit Commission of the
State of New York (hereinafter called the
"Commlsalon") on behalf of the City of New
York at the office of the Commission at No.
in I.afayette street, Borough of Manhattan.
Ne<\ York City, until the twelfth day nf
April, IMtS. at eleven thirty <11:.'I0> o'clock
A. M., at which lime and place or at a later
date to he fixed h> the Commission the pro
posal* will be publicly opmed.
The Contractor must complete all the work
"Ithln two (2) inontlia from the delivery of
tii" contract.
A fuller de*erlptl>iti of the work and otic i
requirement*, provtdton* and specification*
are Riven In the form* of agreements, burnt
and contractor"* proposal and In the i-oti
tract drawing, which are to be deemed a part
of till* Invitation and copies of which may be
Inspected and purchased at the said office of
(lie Commission.
No proposal v 111 he received unless ac
companied by n separate certified check for
three hundred dollars (fSOO.OO), payable to
the order of the Comptroller of the City and
ilraun upon a National or State bank or trust
ompany satisfactory to the Commission and
having It* principal office In New York cltj.
flueh check nntat not h? enclosed In the en
velope containing the proposal.
Iicposits made by blilders. except the low
est a id next to lowest bidders, will be re.
turned within ten 110) days after the receipt
of bids. The deposits of the lowest and next
to lowest bidders will be returned within
throe (.1) day* after the delivery of the con
tract.
The right to reject any and all bid* la r?
len1 d.
New- York. March SI. 1ft-'.'.
TRA N'SIT C(?MMISS ION.
By QUORUM McANBNY, Chairman.
JAMKS B. WAI.KKR, Secretary.
DIVIDEND* AND INTKRKNT.
???*lng? Hank*.
K.I.E* TIO.Xs \M> MEETINGS.
Bethlehem Steel Corporation
Notice of Sfvfnlffnlh Annual Meeting of
Stockholders.
U. . V ^""OtoenUi Annual Meeting of tlia
XI . ?' Bethlt)i?in Steel Corporation,
a .New Jersey corporation, ? 111 1*. held at Its
principal office. In the Prudential Life Build
ing, So. 763 Broad Stroet, Newark, Newr
Jersey, on Tuesday, April 4, 1833, ?: tJ
o clock noon. At said meeting the follou inn
matters will be presented to stockholders for
their action :
(I) The election of four directors to serve
for a term of three years;
(!) The approval And ratification of nil
action of the Board of Directors of sal.t
_orporatlon since the Sixteenth Annual
V..S? "* <?' lta ?ockho!ders held on April ft.
JV*1; and
(3) The transaction of such other bunt
as may "r?P?'"ly come before .-aid
meeting.
.Th? books for the transfer of shares op
tSLrt? i J 'nt- Von-Cumulatlve Pre
Stock ?nd ot 'he Common Stock ofl
j. 1 t-?rP?ra"on (but not of the Eight Per
< ent. Cumulative Convertible Preferred Stork
B Common Stock, which two
wfi? k i do l,ot 1,avo voting powers)
HPnesH? v closed at the close of business on
Lene,?., J,4' 1M2. ?"d will be rc
daV! April 5eiT- ng ?f bu,'ine,,3 on We<lne8
N , B- McMATH, Secretary.
Ntnvark, New Jersey, March 4, 1922.
CHICAGO. MILWAUKEE AND 8T. PA CI,
RAILWAY COMPANY
NOTICE OF
ANNPAL MEETING OK STOCKHOLDERS.
TO STOCKHOLDERS OF THE
Pii'i ?^'.. IIWAl'KEE AND ST.
RA"AVAY COMPANY:
NOTICE, Iis hereby given to you that pur
BvTJ? ?,'e A,rHUcLeS,.0f Association and
RnsrH ?fi 1 Railway Company, the
Board of Directors of said Rallwav Pnm
ca,le<l the Annual Meeting of tli?
ii. i'0i " , 8ald Rallw?y Company for
m,e ?h?lce or election of Directors and other
purposes, and the transaction of audi other
business as may properly come before rfald
meeting, to -be held at the Principal Office
of said Railway Company, Majestic Build
ing, in the City of Milwaukee, 5*tate of WIs
thr V'iV twelve o'clock Noon on Thursday,
the eighteenth day of May, 192?
??Ka.Ch "t0<*holde.r of "aid Railway Com
pany will be entitled to one vote, either In
owne,? "if byl"ro*y' for every share of stork
nr^.i I y h,.m for th,rty <80> next
preceding: such meeting.
The Stock Transfer Books will be close*
at the close ?f business at three o'cloefc
Hi"-. "J1 Mon<5ay> tho "th day of April,
and reopened at the commencement ot
tiuslness at ten o'clock A. M. on Friday, tlio
19tli day of May, 1922.
Dated. March IRth, 1922.
By order of the Board of Directors.
E. W. ADAMS, Secretary.
UNITED STATE* It ( BRER COMPANY
New Brunswick, New Jersey. March 2nd 19'">
NOTICE is hereby given that the Thirtieth
Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of tho
United States Rubber Company will be held at
the principal office of the company. In the city
of New Brunswick. New Jersey, on Tuesday
April IRth, 1922. at 11:30 o'clock A. M for
the election of Directors and for the transac
tion of any and all business that may proper!v
come before the meeting. Including consider
ing and voting upon the approval and ratifi
cation ot all purchases, contracts, acts, pro
ceedings. elections and appointments by the
Board of Directors and the Exe cutive Com
mittee since the Twenty-ninth Annual Meet
ing of the Stockholders of the Compnnv held
on April 19th. 1921, and of all matters re
ferred to In the Thirtieth Annual Report to
Stockholders, which will he sent to Stock
holders before the meeting, and In the pro
ceedings of the Board of Directors and tho
Executive Committee, which, until the meet
ing. will be open to examination bv Stock
holders of record during business hours at
the New York office of the Company, 17j)o
Broadway.
The Transfer Books will not be closed, but
the New Jersey Corporation law will not
*i if be voted any share of stock which
"?9th bee" ' ran"ferrod after March
By order of the Boird of Director*.
SAMUEL, NORRIS. Secretary.
RITZ-CARLTON RESTAIRANT AND HO
__ TEI, COMPANY
378 Madison Avenue,
New York City.
The Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of
this (j)rporation will he held on Tuesday. th?
11th day of April, at II o'clock A. M.. at
tile Office Of the Corporation. No. :t78 Madi
son Avenue, Borough of Manhattan. City of
New "lork. for the purpose of electing a
Rosrd of Directors, and receiving and acting
tVTns? ?,"in"'I>0tr<" "f ,h* oWlcera, and for tho
transaction of such other business as maw'
properly come before the. meeting
In accordance with the By Laws of tho
( ompany. only such persons shall be entitled
to vote In person or by proxy. ? ho appear as
rom^rlti^" lipon ,ho ,r?nsfer books of tho
orporatlon for twenty days immediately
preceding such meeting. s ly
r , , v. JOHN WATT, Secretary.
Dated, New \ork, March 2Sth, 1922.
The Home InsuranceCompany
M CEDAR STREET.
. , New York. March 17 192"
The Annual Election for Directors of this
Company will be held at the office oi thft
Company No. Sfi Cedar St.. on Mondai?
o'Slwk 'p. M? PO"* 0PCn fr0m 12 M' to *
C. L. TYNER. Vice-Pres.
?1?!?*ND9_ _AND INTEREST.
I MTEO VERDE EXTENSION MIMNO
COMPANY.
OIVTDEND NO. 23.
-1' "roadn ay, New York. March 20th, 19" '
The Bmrrl o Directors of the United Ve, .i
Extension Mining Company has this rtav
c ared a dividend of twenty-five rents i. r
,h'" ouistandlng capital sto. pr .
.u v, ,n"' to ?tockholdert of ree.. ]
'hp, ?/ huslnees April 3rd. 1W'
Stock transfer books do not close.
C. P. SANDS, Treasurer.
THE HANOVER NATIONAL BANK
of (he < Ity of New York.
_ New York, March 21. 1922
The Board of Directors has thla day de
rlared a d vldend of EIGHT PER CENT.
<!?%> payable on and after April 1st. 1922
The transfer books will remain closed from
March 22nd. 1922, until that date.
WILLIAM E. CABLE, JR., Cashier.
rsiVKRSAI, LEAF TOBACCO CO., INC
The regular quarterly dividend of 2-* on tha
nilI ?? i' Un,v""sal Leaf Tobac. i
Company, Inc.. has been declared payable
^r. .i V .u ',t0 Stcx-kholders f
rSf.S close of business March 22nd
in" C. M. IK3ZIER. Secretary.
TNIVERSAI. LEAF TOBACCO CO.. INC
A dividend of 3H for the quarter on ths
Common Stock of the Universal Leaf To
.f5?ro.< ?nip?"r'y*.!"??? '1*51 t"'rn declared pay
able April 1st, 1922, to the Common Stoek
March*22nd182?. *h" Cl?"S ?f bu"n*'*
C. M. DOZIER. Secretary.
Havings Banks.
Put Your Savings in a Saving* Bank
Quarterly Dividends
SAVINGS
BANK
I THIRD AVE.. COR. 7fh STREET.
Interest for m fJ-7 Per annum on
three months all sums from
ending M.r-htt/O b?en? ^d^ar"
S7i'of,Ma' Ht ? M*."" Apr"
Deposit an or before April 4th
will draw Interest from April 1st.
Open Monday FJvontngs from 5 to 7,
fiOCJETY ACCOTTNT8 ACCEPTED.
From this Ilnte
Dl%ldentls Will lie Tnld QimrtfHr.
Robert p. Andrews, Frnnri* //. Moffat,
President. Secretary.
NEW YORK SAVINGS BANK
N. W. Cor. 14th St. and Eighth Ave.
QUARTERLY DIVIDEND
Credited April lat, 1922, at the rate of
4%
per annum on auma from $5 to $5,000 entitled thereto under the
By-la wa.
deposits >iai?i. on or before \ruii m wiu, or\w interest from
april tat
Interest Compounded Quarterly
BANKING BY MAIL
Op?n Mondii.r? from 10 A. M. to 7 P. M? A?turr1?fn from 10 A. k. to 19 M., oth?r
from 10 A m. to 3 T* M. holiday* ?*r?nt?d.

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