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. TO 1PICK UP BONDS
Mfgh-class Railroad Sc
urit.cs Being Taken.
Continues Upward Swing.
Jttfifr TOtlK, Dec. ..'-Willie tliet bond
1 ' trirkct ahowed a drugging tendency to
My, prices' were generally upward nnd
Uisre us a. Rood Inquiry for railroad
bonSs, which apparently came from In
Vtstors who are picking up high-class
atgurUles, primarily because of the
oheapncsj of money.
Call money opened At 4 per cent: and
Utfer fell to 354 per cent, which was
U)i general rutins price In the trading
fr4terday. There was an oversupply and
any ono who had good collateral to of
fer had no dtfllculty negotiating a loan.
HeUchmark exchange, which advanced
yesterday, continued the Upward swing
today, (joins to 91 for cables, compared
irltti the tow ebb of &H at the close of
last week and 91 yesterday. Today's
prjco Is thus an advance of S cents within
In foreign banking circles It Is In
sisted that the rise In the result of
havy bond sales for German account,
tt IT Intimated that the Stock Exchange
U (not employed Ih this liquidation, but
thit'tlio 'bonds have been sold direct to
Important banks and trust companies. It
lilmrd to see How proceeds of such sales
Can l3q remitted.
Only' three large bankers nre now In
position to draw On Berlin, and they are
not In tho market as sellers of ex
change, There Is no way In which gold
can- be exported and the sole Influence
of the liquidation, which Is said to have
occurred, can Consist only In the tech
nical alinnge of this country, Instead of
having credits In Berlin.
A- strong featuro In the trading woro
We w Ilqven convertible 6s, which showed
npvnnce of i on the sale of a "block
qfWOCO, which changed hands at 99, com
pared WItli last night's closing bf 9T',i.
J'cnnsyivanla convertible lia sold at 93,
unchanged. Inspiration Coppc third paid
Cs were strong, being up ,4 from the
otfontntr nt AT and 1 point higher than
- the last previous sale at 96. J.ust beforo
noon 117,000 Wabash-PUtsburgh Terminal
ftrsrcceipt is changed hands,, in small
blbjaTsrat S, up a point troni the opening,
, inj n last sale of 7.
ribek Island us sold at WW, up ,,
i:aCC0 being traded 'IrVhcfore' noon, while
tlics collateral Is of the Chicago, Hock
Itlancl and Pacific; i tho old company,
changed hands' at J?1., unchanged from
yesterday's close, and the -I per cent, trust
certificates of tho company sold for S"l.
off ?. Missouri Pacific convertible Cs
were 37 bid without ofTers and offer.
Prior 'to the closing of the market last
July therjs bonds spld at "41$.
; Atvptlier suspension was announced on
the, S'tbcly Exchange this morning, A. II,.
Combs c Co. giving notice that they were
unable to meet their obligations. This
firm, has held a prominent position for
mariy years In Wall street, A. If, Combi
being formerly Identified with Addison
Carjlmacfc and the old-time bear contin
gent, but In recent years the. firm has
been most acthe In tho loan crowd, arid
ha'tl rrtore to do with the tending and bor
rowing of stocks than any other house.
Its Importance has diminished, especially
since the Flower element passed out of
the market) that being the last Important
market connection of the firm.
'.Clarence M. Clark, o B. TV. C(ark &
Co., today resigned as a director of the
Ulrard National Jtank.
The" Louisville Stock Cxcliange will re
open for unrestricted trading1 on Thurs
The Coffee Exchange voted to amend
its br-laws .'so as to eliminate foreum
beet ousa'r. contracts, which paves the
Way for the Quotation of sugar futures.
Slorria -TV. Stroud, 'Jr., Philadelphia
mana(rr of ' William P. Bonbrlght, Jr &
Co., has -purchased the local Stock VX
ChangfeTsiAt of Ilownrd E. Mitchell, which
changed batids. Inst weekvfor $000. A bid
of JloaJJstinowmade for a seat."
ThtfTtostph Stock Exchange will resume
next Thursday morning under restrictions.
The' liabilities of X. F. Plerson, Jr., &
Co- the Xew York Arm which yester
day made an assignment for the benefit
of'Its creditors, amount to a,000. The
firm's. Attorney said the liabilities will
be "cohered by the assets when custom
merepay" the balance due on margin ac
count's ! "
Since B'rlday the New York banks have
lost 11,8,000 on Subtreasury operations.
iJe,w .Tork banks transferred JM,
tp'.N'ejv brleans today.
Tilt Boa ton call money rate was marked
tanfafjtnm J'ti to 6 per cent.
Time for payment ofS per cent notes
of ticrd ts. Taylor has been extended to
July J. 1315.
. The Merchants' National Bank of Xew-
rk,' N. J,, retired 150,000 emergency cur-
vmnnv nt (hit Irtflt ftttVi(rail.v '
The Diamond Ice and Coal Company.
oC Wilmington, the securities of which
are largely held in this city, declared an
Initial dividend or Vi of 1 per cent, on
-the common stock payable January l,
1315, to stock of record December 15.
George rope, former president, but
nejw receiver of the Pope Manufacturing
Company, has 1150,000 on .hand with
wbla t make a second distribution of
Vi per cent, to creditors of the company.
Application will be made this week for
authority to pay such a- dividend. The
1rit etvMcad W 17 per cent was msde
several months ugo.
Excepting two transactions In PhlU
MOfihla city 4s of 1W and 1941, both of
WSTth oJianced hands-at tTi- no sales
6 sCl tap 4PrKle were reeorded at today's
t9& Ikifal Auctions. A" number of bids , were
tJfcffSfil"61- . .
MW at. enrasa leuay secftTca
1 ir ?&&. '
AwMeilin of th KaeJuetsr Ratlwa
n4 UfM Cwppay"aw jwrnHssIon to
Mti mv lr HK,)sTr al'
4ifl trijat mrtange 9&Wi M appravfcl
tur 9 Htm Yo
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NEW YORK BOND SALES
CTdCt) A,ner Tet ". 4l
aJ. 4mer tm ew 4a. . irt
JJW -Jn.r tlt rap is .. M
WJ.tf At-hiour to 4(- vjft
law Ateniaoti (ten 49 tub
et" Atchison ivt 4s lww vi
H Jtehlson cvt os luW. Iwu
lust Allan i o 1.1ns clt 4s. . SJ&
ROW wilt A uhlo 4a ss
euuo HMt oh cvt 's ih
4 11 A U 1 1. BV V 4 W
isjwi ialt ft 0 Swn BSii '
l8oy Hth Hteel nil ms sah
1W) llrooki)n It T 1UIS 5n. B
Tow iireokiyn t n.fci lit vs
1WU O (J C A Bt li If)
11WM LVht leather In as. . . HI'l
uiuou lent, t'ae 111 4.1... .
1(AI nea ulil'j- o 4l
3(jti i)n 8
lSUM Phl( Nwn .iu
suorw yr.i tJ u Joint 4
liuii-'ii. gn 4'
IIUI CM AIM
,ni r cp os. ii
ltnpt nn ev M.
BOH oo cv 4W. .
Duw da tn it
450UO cm h i ft I'.eoi 4s .
H'W do 4s lr ctfil.
1W city tin Line 4'i. . .
liX.0 Col HoutH ref 49.
UA) Utl Hud rfd 4s...
lotjf lms Hecur Cora
iA).f rvriq Ken i.
ARM HilA Hfnn AAt Ins. fit 2d
wm maasinsi aico tu.... puu
Dii'JU lnfip'cv ret Hd pd 0i.. UT
4'.VI lnterb Mat 4li 7 Mi
lnooo lnicrti II T if in.-.. litl;t
iWI Intmil faptr e Co . XI
1XW Japtneso ct 4s.. i .... S
4OO0 Kan City Tr 1st 4.. 0.1
loiKi Krston Tti n kjU
soou Lacl,a Steel 5j, 1I. . 1'SJi
lOMXaeka Slrel S". W.H.. S;ii
3000 Laclfdo nai 1st r.n...loi)
KlflO !.! HK doll 41. lUlH.... Ill)
7Pt 1.K Sh tlcb 4, 10.11.... M.
;0OU louli ft Naili 4s.
MUU Minn A Kt Lt 43
Uu Mr linn & T 1st 44
ICOO N T city 4s IMI...
;ikm do A'in luco ....
U"ptiO do luill ..,, . ...
10i N Y N H H Us ..
nooi X Y Itwy ref Is . . .
10MJO do sdj .It
raoo Norf o Weit con 4s. ,
Nnr roc prior 4..
000 On lly O N eon 4s
I'ICOO 1'cnna cv :'i,;.. ....
IiiOO Hny Con Copper Us. .uu
MOO IlMdlnr Ren 44 2U
10i0 ltock lslsncl 4....... S
e,0M Hock Itlnnrt rfd 4s... V
171.00" llock Island Ss r.'.ni
7000 Seabolnl A t. RdJ .". n.1
I.OO11 foJth 1'ac col 4s K!
ltOHO'Houtll I'no CV 4s NW1 XWi MM
MWOU B 1-uc ret f J Bs 10.14. Ii"i6 13U IIJVi
rant Sn rur rM 4s m'5 m, Mh
J4Ji tiolllli iiy Rfll 4S.... t-T.
1O0KI South Hwy can C Oil
14C00 Trim Co cv lis Ht.
1000 Third Ave rcf 4 711',
1KKX) Thlnl Ate mil ."is 7."
UOW Tol Bt It A W 4s 1070. 4ii
uuu ij a Jimicy . t
2000 tr H Hubbcr s
W00O tl (1 Kleel r,
moo I'nlon rite 1st 4s
rwio ITnlon ftio cv 4r. ...
.MXK1 Wnbaali 1st rcf 4. . . .
Miio Wab Ttou ct ta 4s. , .
2W00 Wab-l Ttt 1st ct 4.
24000 Wnb-I' T Col t Cfs.... 7
IWO West nictrlc fin lfx.ti
4nno West Md 1st 4 B014
r.ooo west i: &i cv ..... soij
LOCAL STOCK AND BOND SALES
Open. High. Iw. I'jM.
.1$ Cam Iron . . ..41
BO Cam Steel .. .40
Sl" rto scp IX'.V,
17 Electilc 'Stor .. 4W
10 Hen Anlult pr. 07
2.1 Ins Co X Am.... 21
nsil Keystono Tele., ll'i
r. l.elilRh Knv 7.1
211 do t c 731.
17 t-elilsh Valley.. OIK
in l.cli Val Tr pref 2H
17(1 Northern Cent.. 2Vi
3.18 Pcnrn fl21.
41 renna Kalt Mfe. 03
zm I'hlU Cn scp. .. 01
1.17 Phlla Electric... 32
no ! n Ttr ctfs... n
27 neadlni: )
ir.-fl Tonopnli nl.... 4Vi
.".70 Tononah Mil.... 7'i
M Union Traction. ".Oi
( V O 1 82
20 U 3 Steel t.ref.lO!i
52 11-10 T,l
High. l.ow. 3 SO
xiioo m a t.- i: .is s.1 n
700 lilec & Peo Tr 4s t c. 70 70
noon ij Nav cons H,n OS lis .
2400 nulla Klec 4s t c 70 7.
1000 do Hold .1 t c 100!, 100V
looo Reading EcnMs.
HALF HOURLY SALES
10 to 10.30 A. M. -
10 Ren Asp rfd. 67
in Phlla Elec.
M Penna o....
30 Union lYae.
ISO Tonopah Bel. 7U
n Ieblrh Nav.
10 Phlla n T tc
sn ti a i
Ji Iteadtns; ....
r.o Cam Iron ... .
11 (12 Cam Stl sen. OH
JC 2S do Hflfi
ooi 10 t.eh v tr rfd. saw
41 tn Penna .....Wll-ln
KHOOO rhlla Elec Cpld Cs
.100 niec A. Peoples Trae 4s tr ctf. .
200 Klec & Peeples Trac 4s tr elf..
10,30 to 11 A. M.
.1 U O I S2 3 U O 1 82'1
20 l'enna ....3211-10 20 I'onna ....1311-lti
2 tlo A.. 2i s do .12;
12 Thlla Blec... 22 12 Phlla Klec... 22i
HO Tonopah B1.4 0-10 100 Tono Uel.. . .4 IMtl
SO'U a 1 82 SO UOl S2
4 J'enna 62; 4 Penna 82H
0 do 62 11-10 300 Tonopah nel. 4H
R ram Iron. . . 41 ion Tonopah Mln. 7t
n Penna Bait.. OS 121 North Cen... SMti
.1 do OS 40 do Kit j
100 Tonopah Uel. 4'4 0 do 82 b
11 to 11.30 A. M.
10 Phlla niec... 22V. IS Penna .. .1211-10
U An. 22U .1 Cam RteM... An
200 Tonopah IleL 4t S Elec Storaie. t.su I
1 Reading ot
1000 Reading Gen 4e,,.,
11.30 A. M. to 12 M.
S Klec Storage. 4Si;
2.1 Union "Tjuo,. 0W
n Cam Steel.. .-40
2 Elec Storare. 4hi
1 Elec Storage.
0 Cam Steel...
3 Elec atorace. m'.i
&.U Mill tlAt fcV, ttf.S
200 PhlU Eleo 4i
12 to 12,30 P. M,
10 J.ehav tc. 75't
JCO Tono Itcl...t U-lil
7R Phlla Co icp. 01
ft lh V lr nfH "rt
Vi Kelttone Tel ll'.l ?0O Tono Bel',. 4 0.18
'. ' 12.30 to 1 P. M.
SO Kelntone Tel. ll'.s S I.eh Valley
SO doi.,...,. 11 46 Cam btl ai
m btl acp. Udta
UUH vaney.,, ! 20 Tono Mln
1 to 1.30 P. M.
'.1 North Cent.. SJt, -t renna. Salt,.
10( Keyatonei, Tel. It ko Keystone Tel
23 Penna Salt.t 05 20 Heading ;,...
200 Thlla Blec 4s ,,..,
1.30 to 2 P. M.
10O J- It T tc
JO'. 200 Penna
2ADO Phils Eleo 4s
ICO Am Gas Jk Bles 3s.
SOOO Am 0s II EVec 3s. .
2 to 2.30 P. M.
10 Penru. Salt... OS 25 Ins Co JJ Am. 21
20 II 8 Slee pfd.10441 ST Phlla Co'sS: 5l
SOOO i-h Nav Cons 4t4 OS
NEW YOEK CTJItB QTJOTATIONS
(1ldnW Consolldatsd .
nrksr - Hegonan ....
Sttrltag 0u ......
Tttbaaw PrDduala wef
United Olgar Stares .
. Heat pd Flower Ota
ltl ' f fl- OB f
da eeagaasa, parable J,
? fojOfMBir . ot MtefaUaa.
IS SFSkt. en uiiiM.
t to Mk ajf iteoi Dsisail.
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9 sssars o
num. CfeSBXtaJUF. --- SMtastArlv
fcsaXtil afcOitsnt Ctaawsy, Mrennaiial
otu. paMt ttlsnba U
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ana 1H pr cs4
3 to a took at J
I'm wm "-. Jwbi'
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bt a a4 jTaiMldry Cals-
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EVENING LKIKJ-K-IMIILADELPHIA. TTIEHDAt, DECEMBER 8, -1014.
IN NARROW MARKET
United Gas Improvement
Shares Reached New
High Level Time
Money Rate Down to
45 Per Cent. ,
Prices of local seiurltles showed rela
tively nnrroV fluctuations today, but tho
fi-encrat undertone wns distinctly firm
with but one or two cxcentlon?. Llquldn
tlon was In evidence In Tonopah-Uel-lnoi.t.
Uvor since tlie dividend was cut
tills stock lissj been (or salo In moderate
quantities whenever' the market would
take It. On the other hand, Tonopah
Mining It j.i displayed strength. For a
time It ivbi popular among tho brokerage
houses to advise customers to sell Tono
Imli niul buy Uelmont. The result was
i the practical elimination of all specula
tive Interest In tile former. Meantime,
the new properties wete being developed
and the hope Is now expressed that they
will soon be pioductng substantial divi
dends. Northern Central advanced to SiU on
tho news that the board had authorized
the necessary sum to pay the 8 per cont.
dividend due under the terms of tho lease
to tho Pennsylvania. The payments will
be made semiannually, Januaiy 13 and
Lehigh Valley Transit preferred moved
tip hair a point this morning, and United
Gas Improvement established a new high
level since July, when It crc'sscd H2.
Philadelphia Klcctrlc wna also n shade
Ilrmers but Pennsylvania reflected a cer
tain amount of foreign selling, nnd Cam
bria Steel was also In supply at 40.
Time money was offered In this city to
d.ij at 4V. per cent. This Is a new low-
level since the war. The prevailing rate,
howeven remained, at 4i to B',1 per cent.
Call loans were quite freely made nt 5
per cent., but outstanding call funds were
allowed to remain at S',6 per cent., with
LIST OF N. Y. STOCKS
WHICH MAY BE DEALT IN
Ban Still Maintained on IT. S. Steel,
Union Pacific nnd N. Y. Central.
Xo Iiltch Is expected when the Xew
Tori: Stock Gxchango resumes business
next Saturday. The minimum prices will
be announced on Friday and all stocks
quoted on July 30 at or below JIB per sharp
may Uo dealt In without restriction.
The loan market will also reopen on
Saturday for such stocks only as nre ad
mitted to dealings on the exchange. The
list in which open trading will be per
Alaska (laid Mines Co.: AllU-Uhatmem
il g. Co., U. lr. ctf. and pfd. stock; Aasois
Kealltatlon Co.; Amalgamated Copper Co.;
American Beet Sujxr Co., com. and pfd. ;
American Can Co., com and pfd.; American
Car and .Foundry Co., com. and pfd.; Amer
ican Hide and Leather Co., torn, and pfd.:
American Ico Securities Co.; American Llnset-J
Co., com. and pfd.; American Malt Corpora
lion, com. and pfd.; American Smelting and
fleflnlng Co., rom, and pfd.; American Urn-It
era Securities Co., pfd.. series "B"; American
.Sugar Rellnlns Co., com. and pfd.; American
Tel. and Tel. Co.; the, American Tobacco Co.,
torn and pfd,; American Woolen Co, com. ami
fifd.; American Wrltln Paper Co., pfd.; Alc'i
ton. 'lopeka and "Wnta Ke Jtall a y Co., com.
Bethlehem Steel Corporation, com. and pfd. i
tlroolln Bapld Transit Co., .Brookljn Union
California Tetroleum Corporation, l. tr. ctfs..
nd i per vent. cum. pfd. stock; Central
Leather Co., com. and pfd. ; Chlcaco and Alton
B. ft. Co., com. and pfd.; Chicago. Ureat
Western 11. 11. Co., com. stock, stk. tr. ctfs.,
pfd. stock, and pfd. st. tr. ctfs, ; Chicago,
Milwaukee and St. Paul lly. Co., com. and
Tfd. , Colorado and Southern Ity. Co., com.,
at pfd. ojid 2d Pfd.; Consolidated Uas Co, ;
Continental Can Co.. Inc., com. and pfd.
Denier and Klo Grande It. t. Co., com. and
pfd.: Distillers Securities Corporation: Duluth
Smith Shoro and Atlantic lly, Co., com. and
Erie P.. It. Co.. com., 1st pfd., 2d pfd.
Federal Mining; and Smelting Co., com. and
General Electric Co.; General Motors Co.,
t. tr. ctfs. and pfd. vt. tr. Mfo. ; Goodrich
Co.. (. I'., cam. and pfd.
Inspiration Consolidated Copper Co.; Inter
national Arrlrultural Corporation, com. stock",
vt. tr. ctfs. pfd. stock, pfd., vt. tr. ctfs.; In
ternational lfareater Comnanv of New Jersey.
com. and pfd.; International Mercantile Marine
Co., stock tr, ctfs. and pfd. stock tr, ctfs, ;
International Paper Co., com. and pfd.; Inter
Kteam Pump Co., com. and pfd, ; Interboroush
Metropoltan Co., coin, and "pfd. ; lona Central
By. Co., com. and pfd.
Kanaka City Ho, Ity. Co,, rom. and pfd.
I-ako Krli and western It. R. Co., com, and
prd.; Lohlgli Valley It. R. Co.; Louisville and
Xushvllte Tl. It Co.
MUml Copper Co.: Minn, and St I.oul It.
It. Co., com. and prd; M.. K. and T. ity. Co.,
com. and oru.
Missouri Pacific Rv. Co.
Kaflonal Illsult ll..
com. and prd.: rsa-
ttomil Lead Co . com. and
an.l Stamnlnir Co.. com. a:
ofd.: Nat. Knam.
all pfd.: Nat. Ills.
of Mexico. 1st pfd. and 2d pfd.; Neada Con.
olldated former Co.: N. Y.. N. II. and II. II
It. Co ! N. Y.. O. and W. tr. Co.t Norfolk
and Western Ry. Co.. com. and pfd.; No.
.imerl'sr Co.; Northern Faelfle Ity. Co:
Pacific Mall Steamship Cot; Pacific Tel and
Tol. Co., loni. and pfd.; Pennsyhanla It. It.
Co.; Pcoole's (laa, Light and Coke Co. of Chi.
cago- Pittaburah Coal Co. of New Jerae. com.
and pfd : Peoria and Eastern Ity, Co.
Qulckslher Mining Co., rom. and pfd.
lull way fiteel Sprints Co, com and pfd.:
Ray Consolidated Copper Co i Republic Iron
and Steel Co.. ccm. and pfd.; Reading Co.,
coin., 1st pfd, and 2d pfd., Rock Island Co..
torn, and pfd.i Rumely Co., M command rfd,
fit Loula and San Fran. R. R Co.. com..
1st pfd, and 2d pfd., St. Louis Southwestern
ny. Co.. com and pfd.; Seaboard Air Xrnit
l.y. com. and pfd.! Slojs."httleld Steel and
Iron Co., com. and pfd.: Southern Ry Co.,
com , vt ctfs. and del. stk.. pfd. (. ctfs.
Tennessee Copper Ca.. the Texas Co.; Texas
and Paclfle Ky Co. Tol . St Louis and West,
r n. Co . com. and pfd,; Third Ave. Ity. Co,
Union Dae and Paper Co.. rom. and pfd.;
United States Cast I. P, and Fdy. Cq . com
and pfd.; V B. Rubber Co .com.. 1st pfd. and
2d ofd . U. H. R4 and Iter. Co., com. and
rfd.: U, S Iiid. Alcohol Co.. com. and pfd.,
ifnlttd Ris Invest Co., com, and pfd., Utah
Conpir Co . com. and pfd.
Vulcan patlnnln Co.. com. and pfd
Wabash n. R. Co.. com. and pfd.; Western
Marylant Co., com. and pfd.: Western Union
TleTph Co.. Weatlnshouss tl.c. and Mfg.
Co.. com. and pfd.i Wrhssllng and Lake SrTe
R. It Co.. com.. 1st pfd, and 2d pfd.
Among tha prominent stocks In which no
trading Is to bis permitted as yet are, Can
adian pacinc. I'nion rwnflc, is oi -iwi".
New Tork Central. Southern J'arine, tiaiu
and Ohio. Great Northerri. intanls
Cht4pek sn4 0b! and W oowrth.
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,va of lu304ou,..
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ttx rvuMJtas in
a 'it jputanjj v
teerve Banks DiswusJ Rates
B L rea.
5 K s $
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Pholo by Sills Sltudlo.
JOHN H. MASON
Vice President of the Commercial
Trust Company, who is in Wash
ington today as n member of a
special committee representing the
American Bankers' Association,
which is conferring with the, Fed
eral Reserve Board in connection
with making the new Federal re
serve system attractive to State '
banks and trust companies.
CONFERRING ON ENTRANCE
OF BANKS TO NEW SYSTEM
Bankers and Reserve Board Members
WASHINGTON, Dec. 8.-A dozen om
cers of rltnte banks, trust companies,
savings and national banks fiom all parts
of the country today conferred with W.
V G. Harding, Taul at, Wat burg nnd
Comptroller of tho Curroncy Williams and
tho Federal llescive Hoard on regula
tions under which State banks and 'trust
companies may enter the Federal reserve
system. A statement will be issued late
today on tho results of tho conference. .
' Among tho vlsltlnc bankers Wcrn LTzal
Ml McCarter, president of the Fidelity
Trust Company, of Newark, N J.; John
W. Flatten, picsldent of the United
States Mortgage and Trust Conipany, of
New York, and John II. Mason, vice
president of the Commercial Trust Com
pany, of Philadelphia, representing trust
William E, Knox, comptroller at tho
Bowery Savings Bank, New York, nntj
B, P. Stevenson, vlco president of the
St. Joseph County Savings Bank, 'of
South Bend, Ind.; B. F. Saul, president of
tho Home Savings Bank, Washington,
D. C, represented savings banks; E. C.
McDougal, president of the Bank of
BufTnlo, Buffalo, N. Y., G. K. T.awson,
vlco president of tho P.eoplcs' Slnte Bank,
of Detroit, Mich., and Mills' B. Lane,
president of the Citizens' and Southern
Bank of Atlanta, Ga., rcpYesented com
mercial State banks.
Daniel G. Wing, picsldent of the First
National Bank, of Boston; P, W. Goebel,
president of the Commercial National
Bank, of Kansas City, nnd L. G. Kauf
man, president of tho Chathain and
PhoejiU National Bank, of New York
city, represented national 'banks,
Census Bureau Report Shows Hcary
Increase Over East' Year.
WASHINGTON. Uec. S.-Tho Census
Bureau today gave Its monthly cotton
glnnlns report Counting round as half
bales I3,w(,10j bales were ginned from the
l'Jll crop to December 1, compared with
i:,OSS,4t2 last j ear. Itound bales Included
this year were 38,195 ngaln.st $6,873 last
Cotton ginning returns, minus (Inters,
by States to December 1 arc are follows:
Dec. l, '14.
Dec. 1, MS
Tennejse . . . . .
United Statca .
COTTON TRADING LISTLESS
Government Dinning Beport Had
Elttle Effect on Sentiment.
NEW YORK, Dec. 8,-The Government
ginning report had practically no effect
uu the sentiment of the cotton market
this morning, as while It showed a rec
ord amount; ginned to the eild of last
month, the ginning for the 17 das since
the report was the smallest of several
years. Traders felt that the large crop
Indicated had already been discounted.
Trading' was listless and prices reacted
slightly aftor the opening, which was un
changed to four points higher. Trading
was quiet on the Liverpool exchange.
1'rlces In New York weie as follows;
Prices u-re auoted as follows
7 0S. ciose. upen, man.
May .. .
July . . .
. . . 7.70
. . . o.1
Sun and Tides
Sua rites 7.00 a.m. I Sun acts . 31 p.m
Illlh water. 5:2T a.m Hlfh water. 5.34 p.m.
Low water.. 12:S8a.m I Low water .12.85 p.m.
HlxU water. 2:18 a m. High water. 2 11p.m.
Law water.. 8:M a m Low water.. 0 W p.m.
High water. H. 48 a.m. I High water. . p.m.
Low waler.. S:ll a.m. I Ifliv water, . 0 03 p m.
Vessels Arriving- Today
Str. rersUo, JAcitvutUT etc., p-ssangarj
and mere! ndlae, MeranaOl.aBd illnefa" Trans
portalnt Company ' ,
Sir. Anthony QrovH, Balllmore, pwutniars
and mercbanduM, BrtatfcHt Uo.
Vessels Sailing Today '
81r. Bvauger (Nor I. FVoislariji, Husaaada da
Ijuanaamuv. eiuw, jserv-uu i-ybiis i:eai
i. Page, fiart 8sffBU
Steamships to Arrive
Sbj N(a .
atvwwp to Xmvs
iwi Urivt Po s
daiibagtsUu t. Cttajurwr t)c -
Htrna Piou Data.
WHpB JMi4iiy .. gov. 8
at&garA Mi ........ .xv. 10
BF,V.. STrfbll Nov. ii
Vn3sa Sot-tiay ..Nov. 10
AiBv -. eaea -. l, . . - 9fe. it
BMaSTi:': .....jtottwdan).,. star. 19
SSSsji' - -. ftepenSisaa ! ' Nv S
UMOfaW, SiauBcsler Nov. 34
Nan Tomty Nov lm
jjaTffli:, Ktisut N'la . No. m.
WmiVB. Bnttenfan . Kv
L Bstht .... Kv. SB
GltAIN AiND FLOUR
WJiriAT. There was a fair export dmnd
snd the market ruled (lrm under moderate of
ferings, quotations Car lots. In sxport ele-Tltef-"0
3 'at spot and Dcmbr. $1,180
1.1014, No. a red Western, l. 2291.24; No. 1
Noftnem Duluth, 1.27J4O1.20t4.
t.'OHN. Itecipt, niii bush. Trads was
qmu, phi prices ruled steady, quotation! car
lots for local trad, rs to location. No , 2
yjllew. old. SHJHIHf ; slMtner yellow, inid,
;OV40l81c. ne yellon. ns to quality, 69
71c.i..n."v ro1i Per 70 b. 07t08c.
OATS. receipts, 11,091 bush. Prices wre
jell malntalnetl with n tnodernte business.
Quotations: No. 2 whit, StHeOSc.i standard
whit. MHOMc i No. H whit. 6.1lS3He.
I'l.OUri llecelpt. 80.1 bbla. and 1,833,650
lbs In sacks. Three was little trading, but
milt limits nere flrmly maintained Quotations
per inn b. in wowli Winter, clear, I4.7.1
4 no do stralht. lijS.2.l do., patent. 5.Su
f5.7tl2 KatttitIM atrallit IiiIa rhpV.. 1ft Sllftfl
54(li do., pntcni. lute rntfs, IS.inti.titlt
sitrlnc, tint, clear, ffl.loQS.noi do, slrnlsbt.
fBU.1iB.IUi, do., patent, .1.05JB.0O( do,
faorlt brands. JOMO.OOi city mills, cholca
ntiil fti v iuiu.1 iicn r.A rlt. ttlllv v-
ular Brades Winter, clear, $4 tflB)4.no
...... not: ,,,11, CI, IICUI, ?", ni,,l'l.j
stra Silt. $,1ltrri.2.l! rlrv. nnlent. S.1.ni)iB.7S
k ItVK 'I.oUII. qulSt, but values firm!
held under llrht nrfrlnr Oitntatlona ; Near
ly and Western, In nood at $5.BO0O,
Thn marl,ff mllikt nJ ttrltlmiit
chanse Wo quote: City beef, In tetismolicd
and nlr dried. 208Oe.; Western beef, In els.
smoked, mnnoo.i city beef, . knuckles and
renders, mnnlf.1 nnj ! aa .1nnt , wt
i;rn beef, knuckles, and tenders, smoked, 30W
.lie. , beef hams, ln3S: pork, family, 2I
2.1. liatn. 8. P. cured, loose. lltfMlic.t do.
skinned, loose. 1.1!Jfll4c: do., do., emol. 14'J
nine ; other hams,, smoked, city cured, ns to
rami nna aveinue, lorai.ivjc.i iinma. smoked,
Western cured. MfMaUc.i do., boiled, bonc
les, 2a21c.i plcnio shoulders, s. V. cured,
poe, llNRBici rto., smoked, 12M111C.: bel
!.,'",.. Plekle, ccordlng to avereae, loose,
ll'.jHtKc.i breakfast bncon, ns to brand and
average, city curort. 1ni;20ci breakfast bacon,
Western cured, injiaic.; lard, Western, ro
PWJ'.l ?'"". ll'iUll'ic: do., do., do., tubs.
I'ift'I'iGii lard, puis city, kettle rendered. In
tierces, llUnttUe., laid, puts city, ktttle ren
dered, in tubs, lt'JfriUSc
Tho market dull and weak. Refiners' list of
prices: standard granulated. B.lBc; confec
!I?n!ir, -A!. Sc: Powdered, 0.20c.: fine gtanu
Uted, 8.10c.; soft grades, 4.23S4.83C.
uI?.lrrl5',tr0ffer'n,t; f 'ncy slock were
llRht and the market ruled nrm under a
f a I r tlerrtanu. guotntlons: Western, fresh,
aollil-mirkeu creamerv. 1nt.v .nat.ia 'tn,. .
eitru. die; extra nrsts, 32i&33c.; firsts, .lotii
aic; seconds, 2(lf28c.; ladle-packed, 2H2.1cT.
ns to quality; rieartiy prlnta, fancy. 37c. : do..
a vmrm s svtro nnur in .t isa.n :
do., seconds. 28RBc. Bpeelal fancy brands ot
prints Jobbing- at 425i'41c.
KtUIH. Kin j fresh ergs were kept -well
cleaned up'nt full ngurcs. Quotations: In free
onsen, nearhy e-ctras, 4U42c. per doi.: near
bj nrata, 10.S0 per atnndard caao; nearbv
rurrent receipts, 89,000 lu.20 per standard
tase: Western, extrA nrsts, 10.80 per case,
2...&T,'un'o.7'0w,o20 Pr case; do.; seconds
St .21 HI 7.80; Southern, $0,00610.20 per case,
nefrlfrerator cbes. as to quality, 21(a27c. per
d03. rancy selected candled fresh egs nero
Jobbed out at 4,1ift47c. per do.
CIIKE8E. OfTerlnga moderate but ample
and the market quiet and barely steady. Ouo
latlons: New York, full-cream, earlier reccTuts,
,,?? ,0cV a-J d0-. current make, choice,
do'i;a1,kdl0m.,,1803l.,r t0 i00(1' """
.l'?X.E' p'rable-sfsed stock In moderate
MS1. 7Vldi",eadA,.w,,h lraue 'alr- Quota
tlona: rowls, ItfilSc: old rooster.. in
iiprlng chickens, according to ouallty.
1 Iff 12c.
turkeys, i.iftntb. ,it. i,.tt.. . ...... ...
iJ,T;J..Bul.n!'"' t0un,r' welshing 2 lbs ani oCer
Ee'-'"'r paT ,w" weighing HSBl'l lbs.
apece. per pair. GOOSSc: guineas old! per
DltlCSSEIl. The market steady on fine
deslrable-slie atock, offerings of which onl."
moderate. Quotations: Turkevs. drv.nacketl
Kancy large, nearby, 2122c; do.. Western.
-Oc.; aeras;g receipts, 17fc!10c; Inferloi, 12(
lOC. : .ID. 1. Olll. 1Rf TTn.vta in ,a t.Av ,1.-..-
packed IVelghlng 4;4(S lbs. apiece. 17c; do.,
4 lbs. nplvcc, I0c.;v1o .114 lbs. apiece, I tc, ;
Un., .1 iba and under, 12411 lXc; fonls. bbls.,
dry.packcd-Western, dry-nlcked. lij3 Ihs.
r.r;. iuv,ux.' " ("C.i ".. i"s.
... .1-. uu.. . ids. anu unucr,
roqstera, dry-picked. 12!4c :
2fif 12I.C.: old
-nearby, laft2 Ibi. apiece. 20M22e.; do.,
i '"..food, 10H8c: Western.Iia(8: lbs.'J
"i-.r. -ii; , mi iair to gonti, j4Mloc.; roaai
IV. Kh 'Skein, dry.pdcked. In boxes Milk-fed,
..S .', "' "" lo loz- 2223c: milk-red, 211 to
-I) lbs. to los.. tnft2lc: corn-fed. 18 lo 24 lbs.
to dot.. apctSlr.: corn-fed, 25 to 30 lbs. to
tlnr.. ISStHic: milk-fed. 81 to 3d lbs to dos
14 ic.; mllk.fed, 37 to 42 lbs, to doj UUc.i
m'!k'jfd- ,a ,0 IT lbs. to doi.. isite.; mflk
fejl, J8 lb to doz.. 17c. ; mllk-rcd, 00 lbs. and
oer. 18c; corn-fed, 31 tn 30 lbs. to doz.. 1314
frllc, lorn-fed, 3. to 42 lbs. to dox., 13V4t
14c,; corn-fed. 43 to 47 lbs. to doz., lt'iffl
l.c: corn-fed, 48 Ilia, and oer lo tfox., 18c.:
enrn-fed, 00 lbs. and oer, 17c. ;, roasting
Hilckens, tlry-parkrd. In bbls. Western, milk
fed, dry.plcked, 0 lbs. and oer, 17r.; Western,
milk-fed, -l lbs.. 10c: Western, mllk.fed. IP)
Ins., II lie. ; Western, mllk.fed, dry-picked,
!T.,.'t,d.we'B'", 14ai4tJc; Western, milk-fed.
2HQ3 lbs.. 14r.; Western, corn-fed, (1 lbs. ahd
over, 10c. ; Western, corn-fed, 4 lbs., U.c, ;
Western, Lorn-fed, dry-picked, mixed wctshts,
14c; Western, corn-fed, 3iA lbs., lie; West
ern, corn-fed.- "Uisb:: lh... t.Tltr. Nnr1mr
dpeks. IKtl.V. Hprlng Geese. 12(iil3c.
.Squabs, p-r doxen White, nelghlnr 11 to 12
Iba. Der dozen. S.1.7.1frp 1.35: uhltei nelahina 11
to 10 lbs. per dozen. $3(13.00: white, uelsh
Ing It Ihs, per dozen, '.'.Mn2.'iO;
per dozen, S2HT2.I0; do., oqflU lbs. per doz.
91.2ug21.50; dark and No. 2, OOc.tfSl.
The general mnrket quiet and lthout lm
portant change. Quotations. Apples, per bbl
Jonathan. SJ4J3.60; King, ?2.,1o.l.25; ilai
si.TSQ2.S0t, Greenlwr. ll.T502.S0; 20h
J2.n0iri.1i tFppln. tl.fte&TS; York Imi
1 laid win,
K.MHMi.1; pippin, 11.7162.75: York Imperial,
tl.S0O3;..olhcr good eating varlctlea. 1.7ob
it.uu: appiea, western, per
jLox, Slfrl.U); apples, Delanare and I'cnnsl-
vamn, per naraiier, uoiiovc.: lemons, per box,
S,'l4; oranges. Florida, per box, si.SO02.su;
tangerines, Florida, per strap, S2.S09u.S0;
grapefruit, FlorlUa. per box, ll.SOfl2.SO! pine
apples, per crate, Porto Itlco. $220.127.116.11;
Florida, lUtS.SO: cranberries, lancy lata varie
ties, per bbl.. S 10 1. SO; cranberries. Cane Cod.
early black, per bbl., SUM; cranberries. Capo
t.uitt imiy ui tvn, i uniu, M-.1ll..i.; cran-
ierries. j e
N. Y.. acr
Jnmev. tier crate. T.Vv S(l.-jr..
Y.. per bbl . Seckel. n.sotrs; Ueurre llosc.
Itns.SO; Bheldon, StefS; lleurra Clalrgeau,
9.uudi.i. iu; iieurre ii-Jtnjou. sur.l.2u; uuch
ua. e-uu; iiowcu, ersj.ou
Choice atock In fair request and values
generally well sustained. Quotations; White
potjito3. per bush. Pennsylvania, E8I962C.;
New York, 4Stt82o,; white potatoes, Jersey.
per baaket, SSfjHOc.; aneet potatoes. Eastern
Hhore, per bbl. No, 1, J2H2.7S: No. 2. S1.B0
61.73- aweets, Jersey, per bbl. No. 1. UfJ
3.30; NO. 2. 2(2.2S; aweets, Jersey, per
basket, (h)7Sc; onions, choice, per hush.. 10
trl.lc. j do., ordinary, per bush.. UOejeSc.; do.,
iholcc, per 100. b. bag, S1.230I.SO; do., me
dium, p- 100.1b. ba;, '-.. I; do see
ouds, per lW)-lb bat! 07Sc.; cabbsjc,
domestli.tner ton, fstiU; da, Danish per ton,
Il'-'iCU; laulldonrr. New York, perorate, 75c.
91.23; spinach, Norfolk, per bbl, ilttl.23;
kale. Norfolk, per bbl.. TSOUOc.; Lettuce,
Florida, per basket, JI2.1Q2; do. North
Carolina, per basket. B0T3c. ; beans, Florida
per basket. s:3.60; eggplant. Florida, per
bor, fl.'fr-'-SOi cucumbers. Florida, per basket.
tl.7Sa2.S0; squash. Florida, per basket, Sl.uO
2: celery, New York, per bunch. 23CM&C. ;
mushrooma,' per 4-)b. basketSOc.Cll.lO.
LIVE STOCK QUOTATIONS
CHICAGO, Dec. 8. HOGS Receipts, 24,
000; market, 10c. higher, mixed and butchers,
ia.AT.I3; ccod heavy, ia.si)37 3.1: mush
heairjj Td,6Sr6 SO: llaht. J8.H9T.60; pigs,
r77.aBj hulk. 8,TSft7.43. '
Istver; bfve, IJ.7OfJ10.76 wa and heifers.
BltkBP 'lleeelP'. .000; markets 10(il3c.
higher: native and Western, IS6&.UI, lambs,
NEW YOBK B0TTEB AIi JIQaS
NEW YORK. D. --BUTTn.-Mrket
ead to flriRI, nSf)pt"'
. jt'.vio rvcaases;
huts t.cr mvuftuf. utt; :
atlon creamer) 21
JBTiS Irnwuler, recelpta (not Includlp
BrsIsT SO "; frenli. Prsis.. S7S8e.;
Minl80W : nearby mlied. TisJti.
(not Including S008
clal BMtrfcl- SlHCM.
lor Insurances on Lives and Qfanting Annuities
517 Chestnut Street
Anoounges the rerrioval of its 3roa4
SJtreet Office to the Southeast Corner
Qf Chestnut and Jumper Streets,
wjitHi H k wfsc4 u
lUeaiv Aeecumujf Ini iDiiW ai gemstaUga
SpMtfaic BtsptAmt Hiwut Swa-JaiTpaJMM' VaU
CHICAGO WHEAT MARKET
OPENS FIRM AFTER RAINS
General Weather Conditions Have
Good Effect on Prices.
CHICAGO, Dec. 8,-Wheat opened un
changed to ',ic. lower, because of ah
caster feeling abroad and qulta general
rains and snows over the winter wheat
The receipts hero it ere 358 cars. Cables
were received confirming the exportable
surplus of wheat 111 Argentina nt 120,000,000
bushels. Spot at Liverpool was easier,
with wlntern 3d. lower, nnd Plate down
lUd. Tho visible supply In Europe Is
77,890,000 bushels, against 73,036,000 bushels
last week, nnd 78,200,000 bushels lost year.
corn was slightly higher. Influenced by
less favorable weather for this cereal.
The receipts wcro heavy nt H17 cam. The
market nt Liverpool was steady but there
was tVatgcnerally smaller Inquiry for for
ward delivery, Onta were a little lower.
Tho receipts hero today wcro 4St cars.
leading futures ranged as follows;
Wheat Open. l!lh. Low. ClAse.
llecember ., Lint l.nu i.ibm 1.J011
'y . 1.211. 1.214 -J.2ltf 1.21i
December May ....
-May . .
P.72 !.7S-. 0.67
10.03 tlO.Oi 10.02
19.00 18. DO 118.03 18.42
NOVEMBER ANTHIIACITE TBADE
Shipments of Coal Showed Increase
of 141,365 Tons.
According to the Bureau of Anthracite
Statistics the shipments of coal In No
vember amounted to E,92S,288 tons com
pared with C.786,531 tons In the same
month of 1913, nn Increase of 141,533 tons.
The shipments for eleven months to
November SO this year havfc been 63,640,313
tons as against 62,407,010 tons In tho Bame
period of 1913, a decrease of 766,667 tons.
The Lehigh Valley, the Central Itnllroad
of New Jersey; the Lackawanna, the
Delaware and Hudson and the Ontario
and Western Increased their tonnage
over Inst year, while the Reading, the
Pennsylvania nnd the Erie were below
tho 1913 figures. The Lehigh Valley mado
tho largest shipments of any company.
The shipments of tho different com
panies In November, with tho Increase as
compared with 1913, were as follows;
Phlla. & Heading. . . .
Central. Railroad of N. J. .
Delaware, Lack. & West...
Delaware & Hudson
Ontario & Western
The ahlomenta for the year to dale, to No-
ember 30. wero 7(18.087 tons less than In tho
aamo period of 1013.
N. Y. BROKERS EMBIRASSED
A. H. Combs & Co. Unable to Meet
NEW TOItK. Dec. S. It was announced
today that the New York Stock Ex
change had received Information that A.
H. Combs & Co. are unablo to meet their
The Ilrm has been In existence 31
years. This Is the second failure In two
days. A. H. Combs was the board mem
ber, he having been admitted to mem
bership In the Stock Exchange in 1S65.
The failure was due largely to the clos
ing of the exchnnge, which stopped all
U business, as this was a great part ol
the Arm's revenue.
NOTES OF THE RAIL
The cancelation of tariff schedules
of rcconsignment chaiges at Kansas City
over the St. Louis nnd San Francisco
rtallroail. which piovlded for absorption
on shipments of grnin orlginatlnir nt
Omaha tnd Council Bluffs, resulting In
material increases in rates, was held to
do unreasonable by the Interstate Com
merce Commission today.
Hates on wool noils and waste from
Lawrence and Carre Plains, Mass., and
Manchester, N, H to Providence, R. L,
over the Now yqrk. New Uaven and
Hartford Rallrond were declared reason
able by the Interstate Commerce Com
mission today. .
The Interstate Commerce Commission
today suspended until June 0 the can
celation ot" Joint freight rates by trunk
lino carriers In official classification terri
tory, with a number of email Hue car
riers serving Rations on tho line ot the
osnassuc valley Ilallroad.
Keystone Telephone Earnings,
The Keystone Telephone Company re
port for November shows encouraging
gains In both gross and net earnings.
The gross Increase was JSttS, Expenses
Increased J2097. leaving a net gain of
$349. The surplus was $20,536. an Increase
For U month, the gross sain was JS3,
C30 over last year, with a net Increase
of JC.6S6 and a surplus of J328.672 being
8. ijalu of fJ7,281 over the same period In
. PRINCIPAL and JNTEREST
Paid Day Due
Philadelphia Company for
224 Land Title Building
TO RESUME SATURDAY
Will .Co-operato With New Tork
Stock Exchange Committee.
NEW Tonic, Dec .-Co-operatln with
the New York Stock Exchange Committee
the Committee of the Consolidated B
change Iwb arranged to open for business
on Saturday, December 12. for trading Ire
n, upecMed list of stocks at or abovo mini
mum prices, said prices lo bo given out
by the committee of three. Following I
tho plan In detail.
"Alt stocks quoted on .luly SO at or bflow 11
- .-. ft i ilfs tniitf ties 4a1t Irt
ppr cent. or o"y .. -" -
without restriction as to rlc;. hut are Includes.
In list for your guidance- and will be marked
free In the price column. Loans on stocks not
on the revised list will continue to stand until
fufther notice unless otherwise agreed to By
both parties to the contract.
"For trading upon the noor lit any .;JmV o
the revised list, or for, trading at a price below
the minimum price established by the commit
tee, the penalty shall be. for the first ofTense,
suspension from privileges of "J 'or art
days, and for tho second offense suspenslia
for ore year."
21 MASSACHUSETTS CITIES
HOLDING ELECTIONS TODAY
llevere and Aitleborr) Cast First VoU
of Municipal Status.
BOSTON, Dec. S.-Twenty-one cities in
Massachusetts are holding elections to
day, llevere nnd Atlleboro are h.avltiff
their first city elections. Each assumed
tho municipal status by referendum nt tha
recent State election. Revere mayoralty
candidates nre Arthur U. Curtis. Repub
lican, and James P. Dolan, Democrat. In
Attleboro two candidates are running for
the mayoralty James A. Leedham, Jr.,
and Harold L. Sweet.
In Salem's election Is Included a pre
liminary step In the recall election de
mnJided by the voters on December 2.
Inthis preliminary election either former
Mayor Arthur Howard, M. J. O'lveefei
or William J. Ityan wilt bo chosen as.
the cnndldate to oppose Mayor Hurley 1ft
the final election.
Of the cities holding their elections to
day nine Inst year voted for liquor license
and 11 for no llconso. Of the "wot"
cities Lynn last ear voted fd license by
a majority of only 53.
No license forces In Gloucester and
Haverhill have hopes of victory. Other
Massachusetts cities holding election are)
Medford, Melrose, Lawrence, Newton,
Chlcopee, Everett, Fait River, Brockton,
Somervlllc, AVcburti, Wprcester, Spring
Held, Taunton, Lowell and Maiden.
DAILY AND BUNDAY
THIS STYLE TYPE (or like this)
One Insertion 15c par Una
Three Insertions in a week....
Seon consecutive lnsertlonj...
10CO lino contract (dally ad
Gltuatlcna wanted, three inser
tions In a week
lOo per lino
Se per Una,
10c per Una
THIS SIZE TYPE (or like this)
Permitted In nil classifications ecept Help
and Situations Wanted, Lost and Found, 1'er-
eouaie. u--aruinB ana nooma.
One Inuc.tlor. 20c per line
Three Insertions In a week.'... I'vio per line
Heren coneecuthe Insertions... ISO per line
ICOO lino contract (dally ad-
rertl'lng) lsjje per line
All raten aro based on agate, measurement,
M nnlr lines to the Inch.
DEATH NOTICKS-clther paper
10 llnej one time ,.. .wc
Three Insertions .Jl.W
I1AU.Y ONLY - .
In Cjffect December J. IfU
for Inscition In both tlio montina: and renins
paper, of sama day:
Add four cents per line net to rates glial
11EU' AND SITUATIONS WANTEO
ADVEUTISINQ .IN TII PUBLIC L'EpaiJft"
MAY DC INSfiRTCU IN THE UVEN1NO
L1SDO J'.n .WITHOUT ABDITlOKitt
7ntISj!StaXu near :our home tint
villi accept Ledger want ails at office ratei.
CIJfth'5nKAID ". Protestant; asstt
ullh Raahlng; aagea. fu 1S0U Allegh v
t!J?,JfciiN.y".s,s-Yn,.,t experienced " 'rft
....-u ,..t ,-.. un Hucrnowpii. jua jeirerson
I'iUlV .,.. .
worit or housework. Toe
eiueTT Hell phono Wjoin-
X. I """i ".. ior ramiiy or 3; ex-
-.--. WM,.w aK-t. wmccn ii ano xz a m
CUOKl.Nll and downstairs work, ehamiiermiix
ui.d al timet I'rotesisnt. AJtl.1. Ledier Off
u"KaijMAKKn wants thoroughly eipcrlenved
tockkoepcr: only one who has vnirked la
dressinaklnff establishment need apply. M.
Adlsr, mil Walnut, ,
HUUHHWUUK White girl wanted lr anartJ
menu tleep home. I, 7-'. I.edaer Office,
"Sm""'-?6'!. tf "MU in !
IiAUY. colored, who is competent T and carubl
of manuxlnp an employmeht axency. can re
cell u hat Interest in established business.
Must bt abla to Invest tl.1; viod thanre
for rlsht party; reference riut:ed, 31 711,
tVOllUINU HOUSUKKEt'Klt, ii
In auburn, mtiht
be sood cook: soul wanes. Meet lads Hoom
WOHC.V-IIECOME GOVKnNMKNT t I.UK.
k7u month; Philadelphia examinations booji;
sample questions free Dept "13 Itw.H
eter. N. V. ,
OT1LP WANTED MALE
A"MANi;tt.CT-RlNU Mirporatlon wants dls
tilct rt,anaers who u 111 be shert tvcusi..
territory In rhtladelphla, Oeutril and Lain
crn I'nnsnlanla .New Jersey, Uclawsie,
Now York, and utbei Important territory for
the best and moat salable product ever placed
on the market. It will sell to everv autu
owner, every home, erv place o' business;
general manaser to act as Jobber .and aell to
Mtoraa: SILO to S.VKl panda) rnuld fnvct.
sate this at once, as It Is
s a hlih-srade I
rl(ht In uer
neaa proposition that U r
tteular and ou ara hull
business for yourself. Telephone Waiuul
1078, or write U. A. V Co., 1215 illbeit
at,, Ttoom m.rhnadelphU
CANVAS9IlB7if riaataonear.lncfl. on a anln.
did free offer; hustlers can make 323 to i'M
weekly ApplySto10tu . m., lq Aivb
VAiiu blAJll-t.ll wanted on upholstery wor.
Robert 1 van Is r.o..
and Urlll sts .
ClIAUFFBUfl wanted, private famlb , slncls
while man. bavins ciperlenca and gooi uji
Mite reference. Address A ai; Ledcer ufnee
CuPPBitBMITIl-Expert ot bninna;. A W
ntld JLCo., Olth at. and Jjjaverford e.
ENORAYBh-flrft-clasa. rtterpUl aaravt
one who umjaratanda vlmelts and ruled
rl oreo'tllce!U opportu""y- Address It Vt.
ihANDUiy-to""as.lst loorte.. apply la
wjlttni .V Wl. Ledger Office.
EVERY own trtntT a oew or batter position
abould soturo at once free copy of I itter
01' ..! or "re 11im Central Broad
and fheatnut Jt.. ami a.k for Jour opy
gst. cq.MaJqtk! With Mr, Walter, who uy
hive, who ofhe (elMul hinta that airty
Mrtlcularly to your . "it ft
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w1tr. om who u uurt uMliut m Ua
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