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! TteCONTl*
COMMJ
BA>
CHIC.
Statements of Cor
CONTINENTAL,
XT A ,
1\/\1 lUIN^
Reso i
Time Loans . . $161,
Demand Loans ... 78,
Acceptances .... 1,
Bonds, Securities, Etc. . 22.
U. S. Bonds and Certificates of Ii
Bank Premises (equity) . .
Other Real Estate . . . .
Stock of Federal Reserve Bank
Customers' Liability on Letters
Customers' Liability on Accepta
Contra)
Overdrafts *
Cash and Due from Banks .
Liabi
Capital
Surplus ........
Undivided Profits ? .
Reserved for Taxes ....
Circulation
Liability on Letters of Credit .
Liability on Acceptances . .
r. \ Individual . 201
Deposits j Banks # 158.
| CXJNTINENmL^
I^ustandSA
Re mo i
Time Loans . * ' ? .
Demand Loans ...? $
Bonds and Securities . .
Cash and Due from Banks
*A4jtut?d to coat or market price, whicliev
Liabi
Capital #
Surplus
Undivided Profits ....
Unearned Interest . . .
Reserved for Taxes, Int. and
Div _
i Demand Deposits . 1
Time Deposits . .
Special Deposits . . .
| ^
The Capital Stock ol
by the Stockholdera ol
Commercial National
Combined Deposi
i
The An
Exchange Ns
128 BROADWAY
Condensed Statement of
RESOl
*Loans, Discounts and Investn
*U. S. and Liberty Bonds.
Loans on Liberty Bone
Cash, Balance with Federal
Exchanges for Clearing H
from U. S. Treasurer
Due fron Banks and Trust Con
Customers' Liability under L<
and Acceptances
Interest earned but not collect
utner Assets
'Jnchnlrs Ihotf tteuring f'irrulat
S. Dr/m.iil3 and h'rdrral
LIABIL
Capital Stock
Surplus Fund
fUndivided Profits
Reserved for Contingencies
Reserved for Taxes, etc
Interest and Discount collected,
Deposits
Acceptances and Letters of Cre
Acceptances sold with our en<
Circulation
Foreign Exchange Account Cui
Other Liabilities
tAfter paying dividend $175,(HH
Documentary Letters of Credit issued
but not used or drauin against.,..
FINANCIAL NOTES.
* -
Paul ft f,*nltv I* In the bond department
(if .1. F Wllaon ? Co.
1'Ik Mechanic* and Metala National flank
, ti*? bffii Rppofnliit Now York rc*latrnr of
rtnffcy-flllleapln <!** Product* Cm poratlon'a
preferred nnd common dock*.
The Rrgltlrtr and Transfer Oompnnv ha*
I icon appointed transfer a**nt to the Unit-tin
Mlnlnx Company
Ollhoit C. White, formerly with Brown
Bros . I* In rharfe of Colgate * Cox's tiad
In* department.
I, f>. Chllds, formerly with thu (lusrnnty
Trwut Company of New York, and Child*,
Miirdoek * Co.; Ceor** 11, lliihner, formerly
with Hombtower A Week*, and (jcorgr f<.
I
? I
JENTALW
2RCIAL
IKS
AGO
idition May 5, 1922
^COMMERCIAL
vl Bank
urce?
,741,434.57 i
,542,712.75
,336,722.21
,585,634.02 $264,206,503.55
ndebtedness 28,026,760.28
.... 7,250,000.00
.... 32,945.00
.... 1,200,000.00
of Credit . 3,701,666.75
inces (as per
.... 8,058,767.06
.... - 256,056.75
.... 104,945,005.62
$417,677,705.01
lities
.... ?25,000,000.00
.... 15,000,000.00
.... 4,400,413.24
.... 1,536,253.88
.... 50,000.00
.... 3,968,702.03
.... 8,137,504.95
,425,321.97
,159,508.94 359,584,830.91
$417,677,705.01
^COMMERCIAL I
vjngs Bank
arces
$21,022,082.82
122,850,529.14
14,796,644.66
35,738,463.74 73.385,637.54
$94,417,720.36
er i> low.r.
lities
$5,000,000.00
5.000,000.00
2,509,916.34
90,917.04
1,676,923.06 $14,277,756.44
i
.21,74* W.2S
48,5: 8,534. SO
9,806,^.09 80,129,963.92 j
$94,407,720.36
' thi* Bank it owned
r the Continental and
Bank of Chicago.
its, $439,714,794.83
|
lerican
itional Bank
NEW YORK CITY
Condition, May 5, 1922
JRCES
nents $ 93,23. .176.17
Is 10,673,725.71
Reserve Bank,
ouse and due
48.134,194.68
npanies 2,318,192.24
rtters of Credit
3,829,182.12
:ed 48,392.46
4,488.04
$158,243,351.42
inn, Postal Saving*,
Reserve Bunk.
-ITIES
$ 5,000.000.00
5,00 J,000.00
2,495.114.58
1,000,000.00
450,835.37
, not earned... 367,338.51
127,068.702.83
dlt 4.256,655.07
iorsement .... 7,301,237.01
4.948,500.00
stomers 350,773.05
A. iqc nn
$158.243.351.42
) due May I, I'.HJ.
Si.7il.l04.ii
Kilmer have oriretilzel ft company n* Child*.
Kilmer A Co., with offl.-ea In 82. Fifth nve.
nu<>.
The New York Truat Company li*? lieen
nppolnted tranafer ??ent of nuffcyniiloapie
dun Product* Corporation'* preferred and
common atock.
Ilomlnlck * ftomlnlck have prepared a new ,
circular ori tie Knatmnn Kodnk Company,
Inrorporatlna therein flRitre* front It* reeeht j
annual report.
? I WTOM ll?t HK IlKf ItlPTS.
neeelpta for diittea at the Cuatom Houae
yraterrtay were II,hi I,mat.M, of which |IIU.R.vt
m wna for merehandlae withdrawn from
lionded warehou*<* ami for recent
Importation*.
V
I " ' m i :
" THE
WHEAT SOARS, MAY
j RISING 71-2 CENTS
Heavy Deliveries Met in Chicago
and Hears Are Hadlv
Routed.
4
Chicago. May 11.?Wheat went soaring
to-day and for May delivery
showed an overnight gain of 7 VjO. a
buehel. Enthusiasts for a higher range
of values contended that the heaviest deliveries
likely to he witnessed here this
month had been met and that to-day's
results were evidence that bears had
lost control of the market. Closing quotut
innii iifBPA eirnmr in 7 U. P n^t
higher, with May ft.45 to $1.45% and
July $1.26% to $1.27. Corn finished %c.
to 1%@1%c. up, oats gained to
lie. and provisions from 2c. decline to
70c. advance.
It was a runaway market in wheat.
] especially in the final dealings. Leading
owners of contracts calling for dolivery
of wheat this month were
credited with adding to their holdings
and with having put to a great disadvantage
traders who were short. The
latter have been making efforts to bring
whfcat here from other big centers, Kansas
City in particular. The shorts succeeded
in delivering 1,200,000 bushels
on Mu/ contracts this morning with the
aid of recent emergency ruling, hut
traders who on that account looked for
a lower market were promptly disillusioned.
Scarcity of wheat offerings became
quickly apparent and with talk current
that much of the wheat delivered would
soon be loaded out on vessels for shipment
East the market tended decidedly
upward the rest of the day. There was
i gossip also thut big financial Interests
In the East were Identified with the buying
side and thnt export business on a
big scale was in progress. Advices that
the Allies had approved an Argentine
credit to Germany and that the Russia t)
answer at Genoa was favorable to a
better understanding with the otli?r
European Powers counted also as bullish
factors. Notwithstanding the sharp upturn
the aggregate of transactions
reached no extraordinary total.
Corn and oats derived strength from
wheat. Provisions, except pork. aver?
aged lower with hog values.
CHICAGO PRICES.
Prev.
"WHEAT? Open. Utah. Low. Close. Close.
May 138% It:.'! 137% ur.% 1.17"%
July 124 127',4 123% 12. 421
September 118 320 117% lite* 117%
CORN?
May ?0", 01% 00% <,;% no%
July 04% H.V% 01 o % 04%
September.... 00% 07% 00% 07% 00%
OATS?
May 30% 37% 30% .17% .10%
July .10% 40'i 39% -.03?%
September.... 41% 41% 41 11% 41
RYE?
May 104'% 107% 104% 10"% 104%
July 103% 106% 10"-% 100% 103%
May : It.17 11.22 11.17 11.22 11.22
July 11.37 11.40 11.37 11.42 11. r
li IJIHJuly
11.00 11.05 11.05 11.05 11.07
NiCW YORK TRICES.
WHEAT?No. 1! red and No. 2 hard.
No. 1 Manitoba, $1.6014: No. 2 mixed
durum, ti .40, c. I. f. track New York to arrive.
CORN?No. 2 yellow ami No 2 white,
SO'-'.e.: No. 2 mixed. 80c.. r. Ne? York.
OATS?No. 2 white, 40<4e.; No. .: white,
48c. ; No. 4 white. 46c.: fenoy "lipped white,
56',?58c.; ordinary clipped white, 31>4?54c.,
all elevator.
RYE?No. 2 Western, $1.20". f. o. >. and
$1.10 c. I. f. New York export.
KAKI.KY?Malting, 77',fc&Sl1 ,r., c. I. f. Now
Yrok.
II.VY?No. 1. $.11033: No. 2, *20131; No. 3,
$261/28; shipping. I'd20 per ten.
INTERIOR RECEIPTS.
Wheat. Corn. Oats.
Vasterdav 865,060 -43,060 468,000
Last wfek 808,000 vtm.Mti' 447.000
Last year 814,000 615,000 204,006
SKAROARO CI.fcAKANCKS.
Flour. Wheat. Corn, j
Yesterday 11,000 410.600 172,000
Last week 31,000 08.006 17,0410 j
'* - -- oil 656 (811 214.000
i uiri ? .
SENATE PUTS CENT DUTY
ON AMMONIA NITRATE
1 Deemed Necessary to Combat
German Trust.
| Washington, May 11.?The Senate j
had another eleven hour session to-day j
with the tariff bill, but again made lit- j
tie progress. Its most Important action i
was approval, 3.r> to 24, of a committee I
amendment proposing to remove am- j
monlum nitrate from the free list arlfl tot
make It dutiable at one cent a pound.
Senator King (Dem.), Utah. who
led the fight against the proposal, said
he wished to congratulate Republicans
of the agricultural-tariff bloc "for
standing by the farmers, road builders
and others who use explosives and dynamite
and fop making this present to
the trusts."
Henator Frellnf huysen of New Jersey,
a Republican of the Finance Committee,
urged the amendment as necessary
to protect from the German nitrate
trust the nitrate Industry built up In
this country during the war. He added
the Issues would have a bearing on the
Muscle Shoals project.
Senator Gooding (Rep.), Idaho, ]
chairman of the Republican agricultural-tariff
bloc, made his first address
to-day in the Senate on the pending
bill. He attacked the Underwood-Simmons
tariff act. praised the emergency :
tariff law and declared there never had
been a time in the history of the country
"'when we needed protection more
than we do to-day to safeguard our j
ports from Importations of cheap foreign
products."
Half a doxen or more conimlttn
amendments were epproveil during the
night session, one of them reducing the
rate of eight cents n lOiind on chloro- j
form, proposed by th 1 House, to six !
cents. An ninpnumcni r?v scriaior imiik i
to make the duty two cent* was re- 1
Jected.
During the debate Senator Jones
(Dew., N. M.). charged that Re- <
publican Senators were voting on the '
Items as the lenders told them to vote
and without Information as to what was ]
In the measure. lie said he did not
blame Senators on the Republican side i
"who are trying to Jam this hill through
for talking about a filibuster" whenever
Senators sought Information.
"This hill will not stand the test of
examination," he declared.
DIVIDENDS.
Stork of Pay.
tlecord. nhle.
Alabama Great Southern R.
ft.. s. a . I1.T8 May 31 Juno 2?
Alabama Great Southern It.
It., pf., s.-a July 13 Aug 17
Atlas Powder Co., $3 May 31 June to !
Continental Oil Co., 12 May 23 June 13
Knatman Kodak Co.,
$1.2." May 31 July | |
Kaattnan Kodak Co., pf., 0,,
It.MI May 31 July I
Plttsburgli, Youngatown <
Aabtnhula R, R , pf., q.,
21 73 May 20 June I
Salmon Falls Mfg., ti2.3b.... May 24 June 1
Southern Pacific, q., 11.3d... Mc.y 31 July J
Un4*rwood Typewriter Co..
q.. 12.30 June 3 July 3 j
Underwood Typewriter Co.,
q,, pf., 11.73 tune 3 July 3
Union Pacific R. ft. Co . q..
$2,30 1 lino t Jntv t
Valvntlne Oil Co., q., #2 VI,. . June It June f,
Wamautta MIDI, q., $2 Mry (I Juno JO j
NEW YORK HERAIJ
BONDS IN STO
Continued from
Kan O Souttm 1 Mo Kan 4 To* I N Y N H .v II
3s 1950 1st 4s 1W0 1 cr deb 1W? ?
1 671)81 5 81% 2 61ls
I 3......67la| 25 R078! N Y O & Won
I Kan C Tunni 3 81 ref 4s 1982
4s 1900 42 8078 2 741*
3 82 I Mo Kan 4 Tex N Y Kallwayt
Kay Mir 4 Co St I. is 2001 ?dj Inc t? 1941
I 7s 1942 | 8 58 | 5 13
; receipts ! Mo Kan & Tex| 2 12%
5 1041a 1st eat 5s 1944 3 13
A I riwtinnalne
1 ItM'H: a
10 104 a 6Ma n 11
1 1031a certiflcaUw N Y Hallways
10 104l4; 2 60 1st la 1942
1 1041a 1 5614 certificate
1 1041*4 Mo Kan A Tux 6 41
1 105 i note oxt<l N Y State Kys
1 104 <li I 10 70 *h? 1992
1 105 Mo 1'aC On 1949 3 707g
Kelly Spr Tire 1 100 3 71
e f to 1031 1 0068 N Y Huaq 4 W
4 1081*4' 1 100 1st rer 5s 19.17
i 1081a i osii 1001a ?
1 100 12 100 N Y8A Wei
70 1081a 12 00*8 genSe mo
5 IO8I4 o 003l 6......58
i Kings Co Kiev A 100 " * Toleplwoe
i 4k 1940 10 ?0.'ti 9* eer A 1M1
1 74 Mo 1'aclflc fie 65 1 1043j
Lackawanna 9t 1 88U * I"5
1st lis A 1950 Mlasourll'aclUc 8 10414
4 00 gen 4? 197S 1 106
18 00l4 2 04 lg 0 10444
4 91 9 01 17 105
10 91A| 5 0:*34 2 104IJ
20 Oils 4 04 1 1045s
I, 8 A M So 2 o:i7g N Y Telephone
deb 4s 1928 1 3-1 te ,M#
8 0334 Mob A Ohio 2 105i>s
L 8 A M Ho let fis 1927 5 10534
deb 4s 1931' 1 105 1? Y Telephone
2 0134 Mobile ft Oblo let 4He 1919
1 011a1 St 1. 5s 1927 1 ?37fc
Lehigh Valleyj 2 OlHii 10... 63
gn con 4s 2003 Montana Twr > OS's
1 83 1 1st A 68 1943 26 03
Liggett ft MT '2 9513 1 ..... 0318
fie 1951 -1 0.^ N ^ & Bo"
5 97 i 1 96'2 ?He 1949
10 9.113 Montreal \Trrn 2 67.'l4
Loiiiev ft Nash let A fie 1941 6 677g
7s 1930 ; 5 871a 3 5734
1 10734 Na 4)1* ft St L 16 571a
Long I <1 NorSh con 9e 192fi 1 68
5s 1032 2 1O0 2 68
10..... .021o Nassau Klec 12 67lg
Louis'ft Nash on 4s 19111 3 5734
fiS-is 200.5 16 5614 ,? 57Ja
25 1021a National Tube 15 57
2 1025K 8S 1952 6684
7, 10S " receipt, "' ? ""'""S
nt J(,k i ooia rf**n ? V>"
Louts' & * Nasli N " & 2 10.11,
4* 1940 easU4Vfe 1981 7 10.15s
\ 91 0 8<W| ^ '10313
Lou A NmI. NO Tex & Mo* N M FN I'owr
IJtL 2d 3?19gl l,tAtel92S ? fftn
(ijjrt 7 yg 14 o 100
Mauati SUjar N O Tex * 41. Nor Southern
2Hsl042 ta 1V34 ,
cortlUcates 11 <?4 v ;; :
27 100 4 003s
Wan 8W Col 3 ?914 cT,te ,92?osu
In 1934 10 <19 -
2 ??3 0934 I? }08U
A ?534 i N V Central ? 108
1 95 j 7s 1930 - I073*
Market St Ky 1 1061g N * WestO
ft, 1934 1 10?5S ir. 1W#
2 04 U 1 1023, ? 87
Market St lty 3 1021,
con ta 1921 5 102 NorfHt 4 West
5 8034 4 102l2 dl^4smi?
1.. . .897g N Y Central 0..... 80
0 90 cv dob es 193? NrtO oni Trac
Mnrlanil Oil 1 102 * *>?47
iy*jS 1931 3 10214 whenlstuotl
2 983, 6 102 > "I
10 9812 0 102U 1 9 <
Mnrlanil Oil N Y Central J* "I!8
10-yr Bar A 31 Id ta 2013 1 ? ?'U
withwarrants 1 9Mg ?
12 106 33 95U L, _.J 9''8
Mex Pet or Del 2 9.63s N,crtb?r"
! cnSdiwo 11 06U: *y* B,*N7
1 .HlO.lO.M2 3 OflSg J
1 1057S 8 9514 *
2 10 3, 6 961, J }??B
1. lot. 7 *6%
Mich State Tol 24 0514 ?' r7n
1st 9s 1924 2 953, ? >?"
2.... 086s 39 9514 * 5?!*
5 OSla 3 05 ? "?
MldT Stl & Or 13 951s /'
col <e 19M 2 06I4 Tp1
3 90 7 97.18, i " 4
1 W0a 2 0514 J . ' -"?!?
1 so'8 i:< oy?! ST ,
Jllnn i 8t L 1 9514 *r 2047
i?.r i? ??3 :i8 051K . ,..y
11 47 2 9614 * "i'j
Minn At St L |0 951?
< 1046 1 2 05 |N? 1V'*
2 4712 S Y Central w * ? "??
IS 40% 4V* :013 I Invi
It 4012 0 KOI a ? J"?:4
M St PAcSSM 5 *6%. * !"?2
?Hs l?il N Y Central I 1
0 102% deb 4? 1034 ; S' - 0?R
1 10212 2 sola "2 105%
:t ...102% 7 NO I 2;- }"v>
:i.*...10214 2 ssia '
M St r.liBS M N Y central f j"?!*
to IMS . con 4s 10OS
60. -lift 1 80% N"rfHs,A^ ' 7r
MSI I'liSSll 1 8.11a; l"? 58 A
4? 1938 j 1 8.H4I " 4
10 8slft N Y Central j Norweat Ilell T
5 S8 |? 1943 1st 7s 1941
5 871' 3 SO 1 1 1007ft
Mississippi Oen N Y Central 10 106%
to 1949 3}{a 1997 ! 1 1007?
10 85U 1 7714; 1 "Wi
Mo Kan Ac Ok NY Chl&StL! 4 10078
As 1942 1st 4a 1937 10 100%
8 ssi8 10 sola . 2 10013
Mo Kail & To* NV lii'tsou | 2 100%
to ser A 1961 CHs 19.1 1 K'078
when imued 2 10078 2 100%
5 80) 1 110 I 1 106%
" 82%; 1 11078, ont Pwr Of NY
llo Kan ic 'l'n 2 109% j* 1943
fs ser C 1432 2 110 3 , agh
when lasunl MYOKL.U Ac P . ?
7 ooift ts 1948 oreeee * canr
4 00 1 971a "I1"'
Mo Klin A 'I'M NYOKLHAF! J "'*
adj 6s 1B47 4a 194? 5 99
* hen issued I S3 9S,,8
IB 557*' 2 8 214 Oregon Short t.
7 5534 4 8234 cons is 1944
10 557* 2 83 guarantteed
2 BO N Y A Jersey | 14 101
15 553* 1st is 1032 I 10 1007*
5 5.W* 1 0.V* 3 ... 1001#
3 557* $ Y N n A M 3 MMtfs
10 5584 deb 6s 1B4S 10 10034
1 4 551a 4 82 2 100?8
10 5584 10 8lla Oregon ShortL
40 555* I gi^l ref 4a IBM
84 551a *4 81 i 5 01U
6 8584 12 80 Ore-Wsh A N
28 558* N Y N H & II | 4s 1061
5 5514 llgs 1B47 I 5 815*
10 553* 1 821a' 1 8M4
11..,....551a N Y N II A 11 10 81la
10 551, deb 4s 1037 | 6 81
5 551a 5 575* 14 8H4
10 555* 2 571ai 1 ?1
1 5 051 v 2 575* Otis Stool Co
Mo Kan A To* 2 58 6e A 1041
445* 1036 J S7la 1 103
cert Ideates 3 liO-V I 1023*
6 87 j ] 58 I 1 10214
METALS.
, May 11 May 10.
Hid. Asked. Hid. Asked.
[.end. spot. N. Y. ... 5.85 5.25
le a<i, June 5.25 5.15
I'rlni" W., spot... 1.05 5.05 4.115 5.05
Prime W . June.. 5.00 5.10 5.00 5.10
Alutnlnuni 17.75 18.25 17.75 18.25
Aluminum 17.75 18.25 cmfwypjlitn
Kle<\ copper, spot 13.25 13.25
Bier. cop.. June 13.25 12.75 13.29
Pig Iron, No. 1 X
foundry 28.00 28.00
PI* iron. No. 2 X
silicon 27.50 27.50
I'lg Iron. No. 3
plain silicon 27.00 27.00
Hoar, iron, Pitt* 22.00 .... 22 00
[less, bits., I'ltts 32.00 32.CHI
Jillcksllvcr 855.00 855.00
riBtlniim. sod 800(H) 800.00
Platinum, (1% Ir 805.00 f!i5.no
Platinum 8100.00 8IO000
LONIiON. May II.?Following sie tlie dot
Inc metal quotation*:
? o. <1. Change*.
Copper, *pot no l it up 2* Oil
Copper, future* HO 7 H
Bier, mp|ier. epot. 0". 10 0 lip 10.1
Bier. Copper future* 117 10 O up 10*
Hole*? Hpot, -00 tone; future*. 700 ton*,
fill, i|*il ...118 111 0 off 2* fill
rin. fuitire* IK) 0 ft nff Tin
rin. *iralt* 1*1 10 o off 2* fid
Hale*- Hpot, If) tone: future*, ,'HO ton*.
Lend, epot JI 1i 0 off 2* fid
Ni'Hil, future I .. 23 .1 0 up ."*
Speller, epot -7 0 0 off 2* fid
Bpeltei, future*... 27 0 0
KXrORTM FROM NKW YORK.
export I from New York yeeterdny : Wheat,
luehel*, KM,OKI; net*. Imehel*. 122,01*41; rye,
I.URheli. II'.700. barley, biieliel*, fifi.lll'll; flour,
eueki. 11.077.: bacon, pound*, ."08,000; ham*,
pound*, 2.1,000. lard, pound*, 804,3.10; lubrlea11nk
oil, irallnn*. 12.1,710,
UNITED STATES TRE.
Nprrial DlHpatch to Ti
r.evenu* rereipt* and expenditure* nl tin
Till*
Reorifit* ordinary: month
Cu?toltui *10.242,8.10
Itilei rial revenue:
Ineonte and profit* lax 8,237,011
MI?ooll?ln?otW 28,704,.Mim
Mlm'HIancoil* irvoniin 20,.'182,14li
I'nmimit < nnnl loll*, 101,0(2
Tolol 'irrtlnmy 08,II8,0,-.8
,>? . u* of or'llnnry rocflill* Ovit
oiOlnnry 0l?liiirxorii?"nt8 3,047,041
<> '"** 't nicllnwry iHxhurxomrnl*
Ovir nfrtliBry tirnlpm
Tolnl nrOliinry ?tl?Mu'irno'iifx .,, 04,071,110
iininnc" iifOMjr, *.inn,on,",,:i88.
*n?Ci'li>t* and dlabursi'iiu'iit* foi June t>
D, FRIDAY, MAY 12,
CK EXCHANGE
Prn^edliiK: Pane.
I Ohio Riv KKiHt L4 S F Uy Tol St L W
I gen Sa 1937 f Inc ta 19ft) 4s 1911
I 1 06 1 8* 6 684*
6 Pac Gas ft Klec 2. .68. .08 Tri-Oty R Ac L.
cen A 6s 1942 1 08 1st 6* 1918
I 3 ?ia4j 5 68 n 100
> Pacitlc Tel St 'I 3......G8l j Tobacco Prod
I 6s 1937 A 68 7s 1931
2 WW#! 2 081s 13 1021*
I J 8 80 ! 5 683* 1 103
7 003*! 4 6731 Unloo Pan 4s 47
i Pac Tel & T j 1* 08 8 01
' 6s Her A 1953 I 3 07^ Union Paclflc
i I when Issued " 0 076* cy 4s 1927
1 3 04 | 10 08 17.^....04
1 04lg 2 ... .07% 7. 041g
3 04 St L Soutliwuik 4 03"g
I 4 9 tig 1st 4s 1*89 2 01
3 04 1 78>a Union Pacific
I 3 94!g Stl'&KC 8hLn fd is 2008
3 04 ?4is 1041 10 86%
5 941g 2 821y 10 H0%
10 04 2 8238 3 8HU
I 1 04 lg Seaboard At. 1 80.%
1 1 04 ? 1?M 1 SOU
1 041g S 58 , Onion Tk Oar
Packard Motr 8 87 U eq tr 7* A 19*0
Sa 1931 8 57% 1 103%
2 106 8 57%; 1 103%
10 100% <l 57% 2 10314
1..S7 IOOI4 2 57% 2 103
1 jooI j 5 ?7ia Onion Pac??2t
I'a Lyons- 1 *>7781 2 1 OrtAg
Mod in 1?U 10 571a 8 1031a
ccrtldcatwi Seaboard A L United Drug
22 82li adj to 1049 to 1941
1 82U 1 251a 3 108%
2. ...,.8218 U 25 2 1081g |
2... .8214 8 251 a 4 108%;
2. '...8218 8 25 1 1081a
2 82 Seaboard A L United Rye In
7 82U rer 4s 1959 5* 1920
1 4 \ .82lg 2 41% 2 80'%
3 82 1 571a 13 SOU
M2U 1 58 U 8 Rubbor
2 .. 82 lg 8har Stl Hoop 7Us 1930
7 .Hi ? ' 1941 1 107%
12 82ls 1 00 U 8 Rubber
25 ^82 1 0014 7s 1923
3 82U 7 09%! 1 1077g
2.. 8 '% Sine Con Oilj U 8 Rubber
8 .8211 71* 1923 , to 1947
4 82% 10 104% 3 SOU
1 82l? 10 ,s7.. 104% I 3 80%
Pennsylvania 5 101% l 891 a
7a 1930 o 10412 4 8OI4
0 10812 5 104% 3 891i
1 too 1 1043s! 1 .891.1
| F"?* f:"?:iS!;|
! k ,0SI. receipts 1 8014
PennavlVk. la 2 100 6 s?:s?
SSTmm 2 inoi8' li tnii row k Lt
,b 1001. 6 87 -100 ' '* ,M4
]? 1^,1 ?o 100 1 1 OL'ia
Ptniwylvanla J ?
e?i b ja I?ct 5;;;;.100I8' 2 9na
i 4 100 US steel r? i9?
J 3 loois! ? loua
J OK|S is 100 2 101
i Sol,? 3 10010 0 1011a
4 981* 9 100 4 101U
P^neVlranl, " 8I C e FUr, *<" :;}?}}?
C"4*A90?8 31- 903,1 50 10138
jA 90 8 2. ^7. .9080 1 101 >3
10 00 15 90% 10 torts
Pennsylvania gOut0 Ca k Oa Vir<? CO 7J$s .11
con 4Hs I960 J^s 1929 1 1 1003s
.. * -001a 1 9714 1 10034
Peo Gas 0 Ct" South Paciflc! 3 101
5s 1034 I 0 1001a
1 01 2 103 1 1 100
Peoria & Kast 8out|, PaciUc1 VlrK O O ta 1923
Inc 4s 1990 cv mag | 6 OS14
1 29 1 00341 1..I0..98
Pero Marquet 40 01 J Vlrelnlan Its 65
; A 6S 1980 20 9118 '
5* 90 20 91 4 9M0
Philadelphia Co 4 OUK 2 95'a
j ref 6s 1934 27"! ".91 2 9580
2 973g 12..S30..91 3 951a,
2 98 s 0Ii,, 2 9530 I
A 077u - - - * 1
; Pbll Balt&Wsh gouth |?BC|Ut. ] 0-,la
i 1st 4s 1943 rfil 4s 1955 1 . s7. 05
1 OH? 2 87 2 11534
i Pierco Oil s f H .... 801 ft Wabash 1st 39
| deb 8s 1931 wouth Padttc 2 07 *
2 ioo trt nun i 07
1 looia 1 82% WabashM ?s 39
7 100 1 82% r. 87l2
! Portland LAPr HoPRSiwarNj 8 87%
| (K 1943 1st 7s 1941 Western Klee
1 80 2 00% 1st. 5s 1953
I 1 801a 0 00% 0 104%
: m Blc-A Tob "Tib
! 1 mti, 1 "? B M
! Prov Securttlee oo'iJ r 2-7H
deb 4s 57 14 fl0% 0 6d?8
O 57 A 4, 1 0012 West I'ac 1st 46
~ ,418 1(1 001H 7 87-%
1'rodA: Refiners 16 0014 3 08%
j 1911 2 00l2 West l'nt'owor
I 6 1021^ 2 00% 6s 1946
wlthwarrantj 4 OOlai 1 1031 j
' 108 1 BOI4 West Un 64? 30
I llradlnR At l- ft 1 00% f. llo
ltO&J 4s 1497 4 00% 3 IIOlg
10 841% j .00% West Un 4s 34
! Reptib Ir & Sti 1 ... 1 Oola
1 Is 1940 a. .. 00% West Un 4 Its AO
4.s7 . 05 2 OOI4 10 Olio
-?7.! 1 00 1 01
Rio Grande iV 2. Wla Wcsinsu Ai
CO! 4s 4J 1 Ant. ?- 1011
.. 2 0912 0 107 V
" ' Arl< & ljl Southern Hy 3 lOT^i
*y* "34 l?t con f* 1)4 18 107"*
'2 82 i 95I4 i 107.14
- 8H4I 1 9ii WRLERLElJx
I Rome W & Or 2 OSI4 rcf A t K SO
j 6* 1922 4 95 V 10 ?ft
2 007R 10 95^1 1 tislR
: 81 L & S F KB Southern l<y 4 88
I gen 5s 1931 i (tea 4s 1968 4 73
1 9714! 2 67U 2 6*14
I 1. ? .< 1. 15 67 | Wlekwlre Bpen
,? " / .' 2 southern Ry Steel 7s 1935
2 rn SL 4s 1951 1 97IJ
J Zn'-i' 2 8? I 1 981g
5; 7$! 1 ?W?j 1 ?8?8
r.!.!!72?U 4 00:11 Wlison k Co
1 72V S4?n<l 011 of'CM 7i?? 1931
4 7-.1. 7a 1931 ?| 3... ..IOSI4
0 725*1 B JOfllgi 6 1051*4
StLASFRv i }$> 2 {ofllS
?"i""r ''o'sv 1 1----100U 9:;::.105
2 SS* : 10?la: 2 10518
j JU*1 Steel A 'lube 5 105
: : 7s 1951 ; 8 105V
A r,U 7 10114- 13 105)8
V 6 1011H Wilson fc Co
}. I**4 Ter Assn 8t I, 1st Or A 1911
Bt l a it if it* ** 10 99,2
I.?*b ! 0 8(>:,4 Wilson k Co
1 8,j >( Tex A N O fts 31 ronv Os 1938
st L'A'HF R.V! ..-hlL" ?l ?# ?434
SHser D 1942 1 ?jr, L Wis Cent Ry
when issued ! 1st ten 4s 44
re.. 95 : ? ?
fit L t% H P* K K j 6 711*4 2
ndj Os 1955 Thlnl A* lly Wis Central 811
6 8034 | 1st 4s 1900 & I'Ul 4" 1903
10 8078l 2 Od'a 1 8!
15 805g 1 00 V
15 sot, Tide Water O
3 . H07SI OHs 1931
1 aoig) i.4j..tow?t
TORONTO.
COBALT.
tllil. Ask.! Bid. Ask.
| Adanne .... I1, lAtlKrrr Lake 3.50
1 Bailey 2<? La Ilose... 27 28
Beaver C. 34 36 j.\tcK-l>-8. .. 31W
Chnmh-Fer . . 4 |MIn C of C 1.00 1.05
lOonlagas.. 1.25 .. INiplsslng.. (1.15 8.35
| Crown Hes l.'i'-j, .. jophlr IV
i Foster 1 '9*1 eterson I. 5\ 8
jillfforfl ... 14 *|K1 of Way .. 2
(it North. .. 2 [Hllver l.eat '4 1
Margraves, Vt |T**mlskam. .. 30
Hud Hay.. .. 40 iTre'.hewey.. ..
poncuriNB.
t Apes 3At Monels ... 13 II
Allan (Sold 21 23 N'ewray ... 211 30
Davidson.. .. 50 I' Crown.. 27 28'i
Dome Ext. 95 100 I * Imperial .. I |
1) LftlfX... 1, i" |t' Tlsdale. . 2 2'..
D Mines..38.00 28 25|Pr. s K It. s
Hold Ileef. 2'.fc 3 iRrhumacli. 55 57
Moll Cons. n.d5 9.70 I'ore VNT. 37 37<4
Keora .... 12 13 Tliomp Kr. 5't 511
Molniyre...18.30 .. |West Dome 11 >i
K1RKLANI) LAKE.
Elliott K.. .. 25 [Lake Hhore 2.33 2.87
Kirk Lake 44 4l1 Teok-H 57 59
MISCELLANEOUS.
Bos Creek. 814 |Wn9?ftlka.. 8 It
MONTH KAI,.
Bid. Auk.| ni.l, Ask.
Abltlhl IM* 34 in Textile..I.-,I
Atl Hugar. 1? Laurentlda. ROH 87
I Asbestos.. 38*4 33 M n c k u y ... {if , 11414
Brazilian.. 441 i 44*4 Mont Pow. BOH
IIrewerles. r.t! MWM Trams..1(11114 103 '
Bromptoii. 3114 SlVtlPrlre Bros. 43V4 4.* j
Canada HH t14 . [ivuebee By. atl',4 2(V\
dn 32vi 33 [*Hlnri1on pf 1074 IS
Detroit... 03 8314 Smelters.. 2274 23
It |1 rides.. "I 72 I Span Ulver S7 87"?
It (ilttts.. ?SS flfl'4) do |,f P174 n.i
l? Oannere 32 .. |Hti of can. tilt 70
ASURY STATEMENT.
Its N'SIV "VoHK It8RAI.fl.
New 4 in k Hernld Btirrnti, )
\\ nsitinalnn, II. 4'., Mnj II. f
? rinse of business May 0:
Corresponding Corresponding [
period M'lsrnl period flseal
Inst venr. year 1021. year 1020.
*11,070,70:. *202.24#,20.- *20:.,330,420 j
1(1,030,01.-1 1.733.234,327 2,300,822,302 !
40,088,087 1,0:1:1.108.0:11 1,220.0:18,307 !
10.103,022 100.13:1,087 020,703,020 I
101,017 10,180,use 10,721,111 !
84,024,700 3,407,011,337 4,733,224,170
013,403,002 348,O70?-|f13 !
23,273,028
100,200,301 2,884,447,371 4.387,188,381
tubing the Treasury In July are Included.
I
1922.
i
! ! ????
Naiionf
i
S'
Resources
Loans and Discounts
IT. S. Treasury Notes. Vic
tory Notes and Liberty
Bonds
Other Bonds and Securities
Stock of Federal Reserve
i ' Bank
{! Banking House ,
; Cash, Exchanges, and due
; } from Federal Reserve
Bank
< Due from Banks and
Bankers
j Interest Accrued
j Customers' Liability undev
Letters of Credit and Ac?
ccptanccs
*
J. HOWARD ARDREY
JOSEPH A. BRODERICK
OUY EMERSON
HARRY P. BARRAND
LOUIS P. CHRISTENSON
I JAMES I. CLARKE
| OASM/I*
i ROY H. PASSMORE
>
JAMES S. ALEXANDER
JOHN W. DAVIS
IVIkkllim H> HNV
HENRY W. d* FOREST
FORREST F. DRYDEN
We take plea'sure ir
Mr. Robert 1
has been admitted as
in our firm and will
*
the New York St
WATSON .
Members of New Yor
149 Broadway
Fidelity - Internationa
Resources over $
Chambers St. d*'
110 William St. (Cor. John St.)
4
Solicits your accoum
personal, painstakii
service in all sound bi
I
MONON ( OA?. COMl'AM
First Mortgage sinklni Fund J'i
( old Hondo.
The undernicned, a* Sinking Fund Trustee
under the First Mortgage of Monon Foal '
Company to Bankers Trust Company and
Scott llrown, ?s Trustee, dated May 10, 1011,
securing the above bonds, hereby gives notice
that It will purchase bonds of the above Issue
for the Sinking Fund to the extent of |I2,tvi.vtw.
being the amount of cash In Its hands
for that purpose, at tha lowest prlco for
which such bonds (bearing all unpaid coupons)
shall be offered' to It, and that In
respect thereof the undersigned will receive
scaled proposals for the sale of such bonds
at lis Corporate Trust Department, to Wall
Street, New York City, up to (he close of
business May 24. 1022. No offer will be accepted
KtjaM price exceeding the face value
of prlncltml of the bonds offered. In case
bonds shall be offered by two or more holders
at the same price, to an amount In the
aggregate excaedtng the cash Sinking Fund i
applicable thereto, acceptance of such offers
will be made In tha order of the dale of receipt
thereof, and If such crpial offers of two
or more holders he received at the same
lime, then each will be accepted to an amount
which shall bcur to surh offer sulistantlnlly '
the same proportion as such cash Sinking
Fund slmll bear to the aggregate of such i q
simultaneous equal offers. ?
BANKIr.ltS Tltt ST COMPANY,
Sinking Fund Trustee,
By H. F. WII.SON. Jr., Vice President. I
May 12. 1022. , J
EX DIVIDEND^ ABLE.
Mav 12- v
Associated Dry Hoods 1st pf 21.50 11
Associated Dry Hoods 2d pf 1.75 "
Klertrtc Investment Corp pf 1.75 1
May 15?
American Smelting and defining pf 1.75
Cosden A Co. pf 2.75 .
Deere A Co. pf *75
Liggett A Myers Tobacco J.on
Liggett Myers Tobacco H 3.tin
Lima lenomotlve 1.75 '
Pittsburgh, Ib'ssstner A Lake Rrle pf... 1.50
Pittsburgh Steel Co. pf 1.75
Sinclair Consolidated Oil pf 2.00 i '
Standard OH of New York 4.00 t
May Id? 1 ''
Manhattan Hblrt Co >0 '
\t,.v 17? J
fltnniiarrl Oil of Tudlana 1.00 1
M?> 1?- | t
Van ItMnlte, I IMS., pf 1,7.1 r
May 10? t
llroolilyn Hrtlnon 1.00
llomentnko MIiiIiik Co 21
I'isnly-Wlggly "A" 1.00
I
>RW (OPI'r.R CONTRACT.
A new five year contract liaa been '
innile by the Motherlode OonUtlon 1
Mines Company with the Kennecott '
Company, tinder It the latter will mill
12,00)1 tone of Mother Lode ore monthly)
Instead of 6,000, ae under the old contract.
Kenneeott will have additional
mill facilities to take care of tho new
contract In September or October.
do attvtrUaemunt in the T,o*t oad. J
F'OHud oelumtia of TIIE NEW YORK I (
HERALD o//rr? n rrnl possibility o/I J
rccovcHnit your lo?t properly.
il Bank of Coi
inNewYork
Established 1839
rATEMENT OF CONDITION
MAY 5, 1922
$259,165,930.13 Capital Paid u|
Surplus
67.410.609.93 Undivided Prol
6,598,297.32 / Deposits
Bills Payable \\
1.500,000.00 Reserve Bant
4,000,000.00 * Reserved for I
Taxes Accrue
Unearned Discc
120,890.723.86 Letters of Crec
ceptances ...
8,288,358.94 Acceptances sol
1,580,571.90 endorsement
Foreign Bills sc
endorsement
33,225,806.22 Other Liabilitie
502,660,298.30
Mwomr
JAMES S. ALEXANDER "J
viCm-fRmrniommTB
HERBERT P. HOWELL
LOUIS A. KEIDEL /
DAVID H. G. PENNY
JOHN E. ROVEN8KY,
fcomo vrecpsisroMrs
V ELMORE F. HIGOINS f
ARr.MIRAI n F. MiXWFI L
- FRANZ MEYER "
ommoroitm
CHARLES E. DUNLAP 1
HERBERT P. HOWELL 1
i i . |
j
i announcing that
Page Burr
j
i
; a general partner
t represent us on
ock Exchange
I
&. WHITE
k Stock Exchange
Cortland 1204
5
il Trust Company
25,000,000.00
Wc?t Broadway
17 Battery Place (Whitehall Bldg.)
c, guarantees to you
rig and satisfactory
anlcing undertakings
'
TIIK HANOVKH NATIONAL BANK
of the City of Now York.
Nmiiu A Pine fits.
New York, May 2, 1922. !
ro (hr Shareholders
of The Hanover National Rank
of the City of New York:
Notice I* hereby given that a specfcl meet- I
nR of the shareholders of this Rank has
>cm; called and will be held at 10 o'clock '
K M., an Tuesday, the slath day of June,
1922, at the hanking office of The Hanover :
National Hank of the City of New York, j
orncr of Nassau and Pine Streets, Manhatan,
City of New York, to vote upon the |
loilnwlng resolution :
RK3nt,VKI>, that, under the provisions I
of the Ac* of May 1. 188(1, the Capital ,
Stock of this Association be Increased In |
the sua, of $2,000,000, making the total
cnpltal $.">,000,000. Said Increase shall be
made by a stock dividend from the undivided
profits of the Dank, and to vote
upon such other matters us may properly
he brought before said meeting.
By order of the Board of Directors.
WILLIAM B. CABLK. JR., Cashier.
IHVIDHWnW *>1) IN TUB W*T.
J0UTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY
DIVIDEND NO. 63
A QtJAIlTBKLY DIVIDHND of one dol- |
at and fifty rents ($l.fdl> per share on the j
'apllal Stock of this Company hits been 1
I related payable at the Treasurer's office, i
\o lfl.1 Broadway, New York. N. Y.. on i
laturday, July 1, 1922, to stockholders of 1
eeotd at three o'clock 1'. >L. on Wednea- j
In, M'M 11I9" Thas atrw'U t rfttiafrr hfioko i
vIII not bp (Hoard for the payment of thi*
llvldend.-Cheque* will In- mailed only In
itorkholrtora who have filed permanent dlvdend
nrdera.
A. K VAN 1HSVKNTRR, Trenaurer.
New York, N. Y? May II, 1022.
T?C AI.AhA.MA <>RKAT ?MU TIIKHN
It All III! All COMPANY.
New York. May II. 1022. |
A dividend of throe and nne-tinlf per rent,
in the preferred etnek of The Alabama (treat i
lonthein Railroad Company ha* to-day he< n 1
lerlnred payable Auaiiet 17, 1022, to atockiold"i"a
of record at the rloao of hua'.neaa
(uly 1.1, 1022.
A dividend,of three and one-half per rent,
m the ordinary etoek hae been declared payible
June 211, 1022. to atoekholdera of record
it the eloae of bnelneae May .11, 1022.
C. K. A. MnCARTHY, Her rotary.
UNION PACinC RAILROAD CO. |
A nuarlerly Idvldeml of |2iM) per ahare on |
he common Block of Oila Company haa Mil* I
lay heen declared payable on Matnrday, Jnly
, I0A2, to etoekholdere of record nt ,1 P. M
Tiuraday, June I, 1022.
HOWAHII U. BMITM, Trenaurer.
New York. N. Y.. May 11, 1022
i AUMVMB I IMWfclVM (X ui'iM
The Hoard of IMreriura of the UnderwoOd
Pypewrlter Company at Ha raffo'ar tneetln*
told Mav II. 1022. deelared the r. ?ular ntinrerly
dividend of $1 .7.* nor aha re on Iha pre- ]
erred and |2.."i<) per ahare on the Common
llnck ojf the Company, payable July t, 1022,
o alocllhnldera of Rernrd June 1, 1022
I). W. IIBIIUBN, Tiraa,
I
a
nmerce
Liabilities v
0 $29,009,000.00
25,000,000.00
its 11,206,239.77
387,886,235.03
itli Federal
L 5,000,000.00
nterest and
;d 2.987,621.69
mnt 1,252,477.38
lit and Ac
34,862,527.72
d with our ,
997,414.35 ;
>ld with our
2,847,782.36
s 5,620.000.00
$502,660,298.30
FARI8 R. RUSSELL
STEVENSON E. WARD
ROQER H. WILLIAMS
h ? !
i EDWARD H. RAWL8 :1
EVERETT E. RISLEY S
HENRY C. STEVENS , I
Y*" AUDITOR "1
RAUL B. HOLMES |
JOHN Q. SHEDD
VALENTINE P. SNYDER
HARRY B. THAYER
JAMES TIMPSON
THOMAS WILUAMS
4
i
1 CMAIsniR NO. 093.-.
RE81SKVK DISTRICT NO. 1'.
REPORT OF CONDITION OF TUB
HARRIMAN NATIONAL BANK
At 527 Fifth Avenue, Now York City.
in the State of New York, at the close
of business on May 5, 1022.
RESOURCES.
1, os ns and discounts,
including
rediscounts
$28,227,120.00
Customers' liability
account of acceptances
of this
bank punjjased
or discounted by
11 28,250,185.04
Overdrafts, secured, $320.93;
unsecured, $000.22 1.017.15
Customers' liability account of
"Acceptances" executed by
this bank 322,568.1.1
U. S. Government securities owned;
Deposited to se- _
cure circulation. $500,000,00
All OIIIU1 Ullllt'U
States Government
securities.. 2,560,958.45
3,060.058.45
Other bonds, stocks, securities,
etc 1,366,254..12
Safe Deposit Vaults 50,000.00
Lawful reserve with Federal
Iteaerve Hank . 3,895,039.4.?
Items with Federal Reserve
ttank In proceas of collection 1,220,i19.52
Cash lit vault and amount due
from national banks 1,951,401. t
Amount due from State banks,
bankers ami trust companies
hi tho United States 342,ol6.52
Exchanges for clearing house.. 5441,290.84
Checks on other banks in the
same city or town as reporting
bank 100.381,38
Cheeks and drafts
on hanks located
outside of city or
town of reporting
bank $34,162.34
Miscellaneous cash
Items 529.67
54,492.21
Redemption fund with U. P.
Treasurer 25,000.00
Other usset? 81,813.02
Total $41,158,207.5/
LIABILITIES.
Capital stork paid in $1,000,000.00
Surplus fund 500,000.00
Undivided profits.. $1,559,1#!.56
Less current expenses,
interest
and taxes paid... 400,992.79
$1,158,141.77
Interest and dlsi?niuit
n nlli'i-t 4><1 or
rrerilted In advance
of maturity
and not earned... 330,984.41
1,313,120.21
Reserved for taxee I ll,000.00
Reserved for Interest accrued... 151,880.91
Circulating note*?outstanding.. 4till,77."..I*I
Amount duo to national hank*.. 901,036.71
Amount duo to State banks,
hankern and trust companies
In tbe United States and foreign
countries 1,913,154.09
Certified checks outstanding... 2fr2.inil.7"
Cashier's checks outstanding.. 1.I30.H
Demand deposits:
Individual deposits subject to
check 29,277,018.20
Certificates of deposit due In
less than 30 days 22,100.00
Other demand deposits 300,474.07
Time deposits:
Certificates of deposit 808,400 37
Other time deposits "0,7".t.! '(
festal savings deposits 257,428.30
Rills payable 3,200,000.00
Letters of credit and travelers'
checks sold for cash and outstanding
90,800.07
"Acceptances" executed
by this
bank for customers
81.891.24
Less acceptances of
this bank purchased
or discounted
9,0.78 9.7
72,832. N
Acceptances executed by other
banks for account of this bank 1.71.030.1.7
Total 141,138,207.32
Htate of New York, County of New York, as
I, H. H. Foods, Cashier of the above named
bank, do solemnly swear that the uhnve
statement Is trua to the best of my knowledae
and belief. II 11. FONDA. Cashier
fhtbserlbed and sworn to before me this
11th day of May. 1922.
Tiinmit.p o MACIIEL. Notary fir die.
Correct ?Attest:
WILJ.TAM TtWNE. JR
W. M. TAI.HOTT.
II. P. BLACK. Directors,
Nolle* fo Creditors and Not* Holder*.
Th* First Not. RnnK of Roby, located at
Roby, In th* Ptat* of Texas, I* closing up I*a
affair*. All not* holder* and other creditor*
of ealtl a**oclatlon are therefor* h*r*hv notified
to preaent th* note* and othor rialnt*
against th* association for payment.
O. F. NEWMAN. Cashier.
u ? ;< i ions \m> Mil n\(.NOTICK
IP HEREBY GIVEN that a soc ial
meeting of th* stockholder* of lU'NT/.IN
C.KIt A hit* WORTH, INC.. was held at Hi*
-* ,h" < Mn I .Ml West fifth
Htreot, In the Borough of Manhattan, C ?> .
Countv and Slut* of Now York. on the lOtli
day of Miiy. 1022, ?t 2 o'clock In the aftoi
noon nnil that the following reaolutlon *?
duly unanlmoualy adopted:
"REHOI.VI9D. that tho name of thin
corporation bo changed from llmitaltigor
* DllWOrth, Ine., Ion. E. HCNTZINOKn,
INC., anil that tho f?to*ldent and Seer
tary of tho corporation l>o and tho* hereby
lira directed to eaceuto and nib the
rertlfloate* and paper* and to do all
thing* required by law to effort *uch
rhnnre of eorporate name."
I rated, Nov York. May III, tt?25
It. I,. Iff '\'T/,I N* I Eft, President.
II. R. IIOHI/WE. Hon eta iy
1 1
PHOPOUtl.U.
UNITED BTATfcS KNUINKRU OKKIU:,
NORI OI.K, VA.-Healed proposal* will be
retired Hon tmtll II It., May M, 1131, and
thru opened for temovInK the wreck of tli*
alllno ?ldp "Maria or***." aimk In llamir
ton Road*, Va. Further Information oi> application,
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