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EVENING LEDaER-PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 0, lOitf.
ElDlATION PLAN, TO END RAILROAD
labor TROUBLE MAKES STOCKS SOAR
Ubinff Takes the Lead in Climbing Market GaimW
If Seven Points Steel Common Nears High Record
oi iear verier issues dump
High Points of Today's Financial News
i farther inircaaea in anthracite coal ahipmenta were shown in state
i. far July. Interatotc Commerce Comnmaion reported bin inrr,a ;,,
&V of J wIro.,n thc uf stat" for Juntf. Local trading in
fZi centered m Elcctno Storage Battery, which reached a new hiah record
hflh yar' uarJ?rI, niBntr "l Y.C1 Xorli and London. Dutch financier
Siccd that a fifth German War loan would be iaaued on September 30.
NEW YOtlK. Aliir. 0
nut ifrenfirth of tho upccutatlvo situation In tho utoclt markot Imuroui it-
? on tho mlnda of tho bear oloment when tho announcement wan mado that
' fj A . aal vm It nit tn .. M.n.1 .1IM . . .
had been ttgrccu iu nwiu " m .tuuumi uiaercncca to mediation. As tho news
U published railroad stools, fairly climbed to higher lovols,
n..,iinir. which had been rancInK at and under ok. nutMriv moo tmu,
Ln Pacific from 138V roso to 140 within a short period, and munv other
Proad stocks made giUns ranging from ono to ovor two point.
-- . 11. mnaf I m nnH n.tlrn vt a nftnf.liA1 . 1ut t-At. ..,. ... .
NAturaiiy nvov ....,- . .. . .w..va iu mo iiuuniK hi unucu niaiOB
tl common. That Industrial hod been ranRlnu bolow 87 before tho buying;
,j, 0f tho railroad stocks started, but within a few mlnutos Its prlco was up
it l!Hi bringing It near to Its high record of tho year nt DO, made on January 3.
' Thero wcro many other Important prlco movements. United Cigar Stores,
tMcfi has been steadily accumulated by K. U. Kccch fk Co. for nearly two weeks,
dvsuced nearly four points to 10D, tho highest prlco at which It sold slnco Us
litlng on the New York Stock Exchange
! Marine preferred advanced 1 to 9GV4, and tho news of tho Mexican sottlo
Bnt was effective In causing an ndvanco of thrco points In Mexican Petroleum
' .. I....... ......,. ,.. .. , . ...-.. . .
Many or mo spccuuuuH, iiiuiuuiuk muxwcu motors, uruciuio ptcoi ana Btuao
liter mado gains of ovor two points.
Tho copper stocks shared In tho Improvement, with Anaconda gaining over
7 Tho bear element mado earnest efforts to cover shorts, but tho upturn took
these operators completely by surprise. They had been well advised as. to tho
rep situation, nnu most oi mo oear leauers expected mat tho unfavorable crop
port WOUla cause uquiuuuun ul uia mailing rniiroau issues.
Thii oxnoctatlon was not realized to tho slightest extent, and tho falluro
if long stock to oppoar had. mado the bear element nervous before tho news of
Halation of tho lauor trouoie was nnnounccu.
0TT0N STARTS BAD,
i'BUT SOON RECOVERS
emand Increases Alter the
Call, and Most of Early Loss
COTTON HEI.T WKATIinn
KEWI'OnK. Auk. D. llnlns were nt-
LS, n the northwestern HOClion oi uio
Mtton btlf thlt mornlnr.
rtd AsheTliie. 081 Hnn Anlonlo. Mcm
?U' Wrmlnihain. Chattanooga nnd At-,-ti.
M i Abilene, Slireeport. Oklahoma,
llr.Xlltle. nock. X.w'tV.'aft ,"Si!",iM.X
Sod Wilmington. JOi Corpus hrltl. l'rt
Smith. Mobfle nnd Aurtutu. 7 tstw ()r
L.i. rn.nrnlti. rhnrlettnn nnd Jneknon-
Tllll. 10, and UalvcMon, S
Thfre. wn .01
H nt Keiv Orlennai
of precipitation nt
nAninihm nd Auemtdl .02. at.Kort
ijiire stem .u
, 1Q nt T.II
lints end 8n Antonlol .32 t .tlauiiet .3 ai
ilenipiiln "k0. nt
mm .10 nt Okln-
Little ltorki .22 nt At.
Tni .32 at Mobile! .38 nt
fhritMMini ..SO nt hniiinnnlu a.l
Vlcluburs. and 2.22 nt l'enmicoln.
tjnw YORK. Aue. 9. Disappointing Llr-
mnn eihlta and renorts of continued rains
In the Mlulwlrpl Valloy caused some sell-
Inc at.the stast this mornlnn; nna tno cotton
biarkot showtit declines ot to it points on
the call. Tho tone, however, was steady.
Shorts wer.tho host buyers, with comtnis-
lon houses alc taking Lome. Wall street
Interests bought. Recent bulls were the
irgest selleri, appnrenty taking prollts and
i wppy namo from southern Interests.
UtW the call tho demand Increased und by
h tnd of the first 10 minutes prices had
cowed 6 to 9 points.
Early offerings wcro so well taken by
RTiU'ttrect and western buyers that recent
fliers for a reaction turned for cover, and
prices worked a point or two over last
iilfht's closing figures shortly aftor tho
Knlnr. with January selling at 14.08.
Houses with Chicago connections were
redlted with buying more than 15,000 bales
n the advance, leatllnir some to an Idea
Jilt rPaln HAntiU luara tinMfnn nnmn rtf
Mtlr profits Into cotton,
j i After the flurry of covering, however, of
ferings seemed to lnrrcased and tho mar
ket became barely steady later, with prices
"Mlllnj back to about tho opening figures.
CLocal and N'tw Orleans selling continued
a a fairly active scale In tho nfternoon,
he, cotton being absorbed by Wall street
nd western rpecuatlve Interests and by
pot firms. Tne undertone ruled steady at
'W decline. New Orleans continued to send
'warlih crou advices and opinions. Spot
rketa were firm, with fair sales. To
ard mldaftcrnoon tho market rallied on
reports of huh tomporatura In Oklahoma
l!!!re ejPor's nnd renewed bull support.
exports for the day were 20,079 bales,
jonipared with 82S9 bales a yenr ago. To
rs total Included 8815 bales to Great
, .I"5 l078 ba,ea t0 Franca; 12,680 bales
w otherjwlnts on the continent, and 4100
im to oJaJpan and China. Clearacnes for
uiitaev? CCregate 98,767 bales, against
Mil ables for tho corresponding pofiod
New York Bond Sales
our Co IH a lis. PSli u:i
laon er 4a naj VSH Vi
iv ss inn loni 1014 nu
ioh.. . cioaa, Opan.
Mr 14 K 1 I HU
12 m. 2 p.m.
JlRSOnO AnBln-Frenrh 5n ... W,
2000 Amer Hldf & I, IU 1U4
4U0"il Amn l'"iiri)lRn Hoc n. . UM'-i
film Amw Smolt Sco lla..lm)il
1000 Amer Tel clt la IU4
2000 Amer Tel cvt 4H 10'It
litunu Amer Thrni! 4n M
17hnn Amnr Writ Pan Ra . KtlU
loiiiiu Armour lo
-Utfll 110 CV .19 1U17 KUV4
ir(io Ilult & OIilo Ulin.... n:i!t
UIUUII I1U 113 ....
15000 do Is ,
13000 do cv 4tta
l(K)l) do Hwn 3W
2(in Ileth St"el rfil Bs..
Ilidil llrnokn lt.ip T Da..
13IIUII ild h nils
4IHIH Can liov 4a 11(21
3IKIIO ,lo 1U20
allWll lo l'.ial
10(10 C I! C ira li
4U00 Cnnnda Hnuth Ba .
1000 (Vnt fla cona s.
C000O Chill Copper 7a.,.
4U00 Clici ft Ohio cv 4 Via.
4000 do 4Mb
2.11100 do conv .Is
20000 Chi & Alton 3tts...
21100 Chi & Kaat III 4s...
120011 Chi l-lt WVat 4a . ...
' 6000 Chi & Nwn Ben 4s..
41)0(1 Chi II ft Q Joint 4a..
limn ilo Ioivn 6a
13000 Chi M t: St 1 gen 4s.
30000 do conv As
7000 do cv 4'is
2000 do cen 4ft a
1000 Chi M A V S 4
3000 Chi liP rlil 4s.
lnimo do Ra
3000 do 4a
r.000 Col Mldlnnd 4s
v oooo Chi Un am iu
' SOOO Con Oas conv Ha
BODO Cumberland Tol fla..
4000 Del It Hud conv 4a.
10(10 I)la Hecur Corp Oa
lonn i;r o cv Ja Her
r.ouu no Her li
10000 , do 4a Ser D ... .
WMio do prior 4s ,
4000 Gen Ulec deb 5s...
2000 Hud & Man rfd Bs..
1N00O Indlnnn, Steel Bi....
3000 Intorb Met IUh. . . .
1)000 Interh It T ref 3a. . .
1000000 Int Mer Mar ct 4 Hm.. 107.lt
1000 Intern! Taper fl 101H
87000 Jnnaneao new G3 4 Via KO'd
1000 do now 4Mb S5i
1000 Kan City So lat Sa ... (17
2000 Kan City Ter lat 4a . 88.
110(10 I.ncka Steel Bs 10.-.0.. 01 i
loiio l.K Hh den 4s lu.'.t .. ii.-if.
lll'fn lUII'A llM,n
... POH OOji OO'l
...M'4J. Ill, OIH
... DOH HO'i DOJi
...100j llHIS 100
...liiou looji lniii
. ..loo'i loo'i luo'I
. .. nuti initi un'i
... U0J4 CDS oiSi
,..loo4 looU iuuI
... 7W 7lHi TOW
...1(1.' 10.' 102
. ..looU mntt lmrti
. ,.123i 123 123
. S3 SO S3
. SU 81) Hll
. BHH II.1H D3U
. BO .10 BO
. 28 23 23
. mi'i nU c.i(T.
. 01 01 H4.,
. 07fl 97i D7Ji
.10,lU 10.1, 103W
. Wl! SOt M
.107J- 107. 107
iooK logs loo'
.101 101 101
. Dlji 1I1J4 IIITi
. 71 7t' 71
. Ill ! (II 111'-,
. han sa'.i s.ni
. 13 13 13
. 0HJ4 llU'i UDJi
.12.1(1 123(i 123U
.100 100 100
.10,1 10.1 10.1
. 7.1H 73H 73H
. . . 09K OHH (lH
. 70 70 70
. M4U 81'i 81V.
. 83W H.H5 S.1H
,101' 101 104
. 70 H 70S 70 "i
.102',. 102 102',
. 7.HS 73 U 73 U
. OH OH US
lOlh 101 S
. (17 l-j
II J s
l,a? lJ-fe l,,,7ft
4000 I.eh Vol of NY 4Hh.1oo4 HHiU 100S
7000 Louis & Ninth 4a 1)3 V, 03 H U3H
BOO Mex ret Co 0 Her C..10H
2000 Stn Knn 4 T Bs 07H
4000 Naasau Ilec 4s 73
0000 N Y Air llrako cvt 63.102
32000 N V C Si Hull Ua
(1000 do 3V4 s
1B00O do 4a
10000 do 4Wa
1000 N Y City 4a 1058.,
8000 N Y N II & II Ha
1KOOO N Y Ilwy ndj 6a .
11000 N Y Tel Ken 4H a
2S00II On, Short L. rer 4a
3III00 Penna cen ct 4Ma...l01
8000 Hoadlnic Ken 4a 0.1
3000(1 Hep USUI 08
ooiiu kwv uti aprvs oa m.u vi
Norf & West 4s 02 02 h
Nor bc prior 4s 111 OlS
Nor Pac cen 3a OBJ. flSSj
,vy Stl Spr
1, I M I
Ht,. Liverpool Cotton
i.. j: v -"" "";
... muay at nn advance ot
H UAJilH n, B T1.I . . . . .
,a!rf C7.7 v..''u vr mm-upianu. 'Ana
lfiari!Tere 600 ba,e3 including 5000 bales
?2?"u- The Imports were 10.000 bales,
Mrv.; , ".00 bal" wera American. The
iW.or Mures closed barely steady at
"advance of 32H points.
KSECURITES AT AUCTION
I Ikr r, STOCKS.
, h?,e.riroSntlwn Pourth and Eighth
if." ai'L Pentwr Hallwar Co.T... I03H
A,,V, lKf'SV" Rliway Co. .... 103
?Kr llbo ..'rm "" .,
b nj "naaeipn
O . VU. I Tim w 1 A.
VHb Washlniton : Vl'ninla ' liaUw.y
' "Si!: HMi"?"U'1 Coal Co.: par $50
t Pr iloo l f,1r. Inc. praferredl
r KnuVog ( hart common stock
' Ihra u.
d'maVrW .c: N.r.y.0.r.k ioo
K Pr.fVrr:A,:a fuMIe Ut Uties Co.
lor. I"1! ParJIOO
laSa-Wnlcan Oas Co!? Da'llfio! !
? r.B. ..TTi oiaioon. i;o
'. iiuiVi'nM'.v ' : mux ' t ".
-, f ci'Co! of Nor'th 'Arae'rVca s
fcfH"-Corn ExcnanVB "MoViAnVi" ViSnie";
parl'oo c'ii' National' 'lilnVi
r iVK .NtUnal 'BVakV "pMlaisT
Jfcr. AnSJfc 8 pai I100 '
B HX.POUthwark Natlnnal flank! nar
f , f IVV ,., .., r. 1ifl'
r' '"coSiSi.!? ."' Co 0 W cent..
s J??so.Uaatd inortraze. coupons
4000 St LlMi So sen Sa.lOiH
2000 Ht I, I M & H 4a HO
oooo Ht u 4 a t in w i . . . ou
3000 do fi"n ct ata 4s... 74
1000 ilo ad w I ROJi
1000 Ht I, Swn lat 4s 7HH
1300(1 Hail A A A J" lat 4s. , 07
judo aeakoarn A i. j ua "it.
2000 dn rfd 4a
4000 South Ball Sa
A000 South I'ac cv 4s...
311000 do cv ret f p Ss.
17000 do rfd 4s .......
liiooo south Ilwy sen 4s. . .
B0O0 Teias Co cv Oa
8000 Third Ave ref 4a...
2X000 U S Rubber Oa..,.
7000 II H Steel 1 (Ul ...
27000 Union l'ac 1st 4s,.
24000 do rfd 4s ........
10000 tin nwys H V 4s
B0O0 Un Hwjra St 1. 4s..
3000 Var Car Chm lat Ss
B000 Va Car Chm Os...
vnnn Va nurvi Ba
wn(n ivai R A 11 Co Sa nta 101
B000 WHAM cv Sa. 110
2000 West Shore res 4s... 87H
101V4 104U 1IHH
ai.! aift? utt:
NEW YORK COFFEE JIARKET
NKW YORK. Aug. 9. The market for
corTee futures at the end of the first hour
of trading- was quiet, showing; net gains
of two to three points. There was soma
switching of September to December at
Aunust, . 1
October . . ,
') fcH;i".in.4.Btembr. duo 1928
f vtmiXffr .'V1'1 Co.. 0 per cant..
! si?J?i''1t1Blor'ae. coupons
00 m1 WL September, dus 1020
IT Si Br?a1 T lUUroad and Coal
F :? Vr cent,, second mort-
trf!l . laeonw." series C. ln-
ri DtSa To "road and Coal
t. ii. .XT " second mort-
' !; t ",' serlas A. In-
sM (tin!,.4 January and July dus 19S
vr-" wuiai 1 iiy itrni ima,
flSti'i!r. N , 6 per cent
t&ftSXHi? SP&S? fei
PhlUdelphla-flermantown Ilallroad Company,
regular auartarly o( S per cent, payable Sep
tember 8 reeliteref Auju.t 10. Books
closo August 10. reopen Septcn.ber 5.
Chestnut IU) Itallroad Company, regular
Snartarly of 1H per cant, payable September
to stock? of record August 10, IJooks clos.
ii,t 10. reonon September 0
IVUmlngton Gas Company, semiannual of 3
per cent on preferred, payable September 1 as
registered August 18.
AJa Rubber Company .regular Quarterly of
II 23 pur shsr payabla September 13 to stock
of record August 31.
Oreat Northern Railway Company, regular
quarterly of Hi per cent. PbU ovember 1
to stoclt of -eeord September 22.
American Express Company, regular quarterly
of $1.00. payable October 3 to stoclt of record
ANUe-Bmant-Fond. quarterly of 2tt per cent
on common, payable September 20 to stock of
record September 8; alao regular quarterly pre
rarred of 1M per cent, payable August 13 t.
stock of record August 0.
Cerro da Paaco Copper, quarterly of $1. pay
able September 1 to stock of reoord Auguat Id
LIVE STOCK QUOTATIONS
CHICAGO, Aug.. nOOS Receipts, 24.000.
,ww n netn ,n. ...... I.
I,eai 'J; 'JVV VV "
. Market steady
10.BQ. raws and
and feeders, 13.73
VllEEP RecalpU. OOo.,, ,"! '
Native aa4 west. .yuo. uim.. j. ij
li 40010.40. .WW
New York Stock Shies
I.sst eloae. High. Low. Close.
AJst ltuMicr., 03J, 05 05 05
AltMkn (loltl M 17 17 17K 17f
Alll..ch.ilmerMfe 21H 223J 21H 22),
AlllChalmcr Mfe pf... 74M 75 74H 75
Am Ac Chemical 72H 74!l 72H 7,?Ji
Am llpet '-ussr fc7i, nt '7i ROJI
Am llrako S & F 1031, 100H 100' lOOSf
Am n..VA a & vn, tnn .n- tni! 101
..... ...anu w M. J,l IVU 1VJ XViJ
Atn can o5J,
Am t.an pr no
Am Cat a Kdv r,$H
Am Cat A Fdr pf 110
Am Poa' Products 143
Am Hide ft Leather H))(
Am Hide Leather pf .. ,0
Am Ice Securities 27)(
Am lK-omotlve C0'
Am Malt Cotp'n 7J
Am Stool l-oumltles f,j
Am nmcn A itci ....,,.. prjij
Am Sugar Honnin.tr ioo
Am Suear Hcllnlni pf ...IIS
Am i vi a rci I2ii 130
Am Woolen 42J 43H
Am WtltlDR V pf VSH 28V(
AmZlncL&Sm fl2 MM
Annronda Cod M nm Rlli
Atcn lop a v ioa
A ten Ton ft S K nf nn
Ati Oulf X V I fiiu
aii nuif ft w ipf (ii
n.ilcl l.ticn Vk 7iJ(
Halt ft Ohio 84f
Hill ft Ohio pf 73'ij
Drooklsn Hap Tr g-t
Until' ; Suporlor (i?
Bultorlck Co 20
Cal I'ctroloum pf .15
Camdlnn Parldc 17.5U 177 170V 177
Conlral Loalhor r,4J 55) 55 Cfil
Central Leather pf mj, 111U 1111 111!.
Cho? ft Ohio COU 02 C0 02
Chile Copper 2(1 20W 20 20J
ChlnoCoppcr 481it 4S',' 48 4R
Chlrajo Oroat West 12!, 12U 12W 12H
Chlraeo Oreat West pf . . 35 yn 35J 30)J
Chlrago . Mil &!U Paul.. Hi. 0 I14H "in
Chlcauo ft Northwestern 120'i 120J1 120f 12flH
Chlraeo It I ft Pie iRn 10', 1R1 lO'f
Cleveland ft run 71)1 sllf 8IW 81)f
Col Kuol ft Iron 4.'tT, 4H, 43H 411.
Consolldatnl (la,. HOi 130' 13S"l 138H
Continental Can 01 (in no 01
Corn Praiiicn Hcf 13), mt 13M 13!l"
Corn Products lief pr.... 00 mH 0QX 00
Crlpplo Creek Cent ,12 32 32 32
Crurlhlc Steel rS 71 08t 71
Crucible Steel pf no un 115'f 110
ChIki Cane Sonar 50H 57)f 50! 37f"
Coin Cane Suiiir pf aU OtU III n
Holawarcft Hulson lflilj lr.lM 151! 15U,
rionvor ft nio or pf :jm am at 3115
r.a MM AO
no), nojf nox
68U HM "
115H 115H 116!
143 143 143
43M 43 M
80 81 U
102H 101H 102H
on 00 u
can am con
OF BRITISH GOLD
Bankers in England Discuss
Limits Treasury Bills
LARGE NEW HAY CROP
By FRANCIS W. HIRST
fireclnl Cable to Iht Kvtnlno l.ttlatr.
LONDON, Ahb. 9. Tiio hot wentlior
iitngnntlon nnd fftoclt MxchanKo dullness
correspond with tho general situation and
New York advices.
Bankers nrc watohltiK the gold position
and discussing what limits should lie placed
on tho total of treasury bills. A new lo
fensc of the realm regulation forbids
under penalties any person to melt or use
othcrwlso than as currency nny current
Thu wonderful weather hns resulted In
the harvesting of a tutor hay crop over
largo areas, nnd In tho midlands one may
see tho unusual sight of hay being stacked
In one Held, whllo wheat or oats Is being
cut In the net one. Itay prices nrc doublo
tho normal war llgure.
Foreign trade statistics for ,Tuly show a
woloomo reduction In the ndverso balanco.
PRICES RISE HIGH
IN WHEAT MARKET
Wnvo of Buying Orders Follows
Publication of Government's
Dotrolt Unltnl llvs
Distill Sec Corp'n..
Krli" 1st pf
Clonoral Electric. ...
(Iinrral Motor pf..
(iomtrlrh It V
Oreat Northern pf ,
(I N cf.i for ore prop...
Oulf Statoi Steel 1st pf
Ciulf States Steel 2d pf ,
I ill ( on for v c sh. ..
Int Con Corp'n pf
Inl Paper pr ,
Inp Con Cop
Int Nickel v 1 cfs
Int M M r of dep
Int M M pf rof (Kp...
Kan City Southern...,,
Kelly SprliiR Tiro
Kennerott ('opju-r ,
Klncs Co 12 I, 4P....
Lack fitiel Co
Lake Krlo ft West
IO Itubhor Tiro
Louis ft Nash
Maxwell Motors 2d pf.(
Mexican Petroleum ....
Mexican IVtroloum pf. .
Miami Copper ,
Minn St p& SSM..
Missouri I'ac tr ell
Nat I2nam ft S Co ... .
Nov t'mi Cop
New York Air llrako . .
New York N II ft H ...
N-w York Ccntnl
New York O ft West...
Nor Ohio Tr ft I ,
Norfolk ft Western
Ontario Silver Mln
I'eoplo's Oas Chi...
PItU C C ft St h. ,
Prrssiil S Car Co. .
Pullman Co ,
Ity .Steel Sp Co....
Hay Con Copper. ..
Headlne 2d pf
Republic Iron ft S.
.IIS HOW 118
... 4i' fl5 44W
... OO'l OSW
.. 351, :to
.. 53 53H
. 47 40t,
3 lt .15
.102 102H 102)i 102'J
. 10'f HHf 10 104
. 73! 71 71 74
. lf.Ji 10M 15Jf 10H
. 71 75 721S 74
. 48 40H 48U -mw
4I 44M 44H 44i
. 27'i 2S) 27)i 27J4
. O.! 054 03 0 1
. 21H 25 24! 25
. 70 71 7(Pi 71
. mi 47,'j 10'i 17U
..128 127H 127 127
.71 7211 70 " 72Jf
. 21 21W 207 21U
.. 43 4,Hi 42! J 43
. 77l 70 774 711
127J 120J4 120H 1204
UM B2s 70i, V2Jf
Republic iron ft S pf 1,10
Mi M Hi( 5")
(17 HSU 1)7 08'
... 00 00 00 00
... 33 :a .(,!!; :t4
...12t 123' 12J), 12IJI
... IU 4Jj 4) 44
... 4 4) 4 .y,
... 23 23!S 235f 23)
... 17 17U 1711 174
..120 130 127!f IKI
... 5S4 5S!f 5S 58
...103K 104!f 103!J 103Jf
... 20' 27 2rt!f 27
... 00H 00H 004 005 j
...12SU 130 120f 130
...HOJf llljf Il(j)r 111
... O'f 7H 0J 7
... 20J1 20)( 204 204
... 551J 50 Wi 50
.102 1014 1014 1014
... 40 304 304 304
... Ml KS
... 484 404
... 44 414
... 23 23Jf
... 014 1014
... 414 -15
Seaboard Air Lino.
Sears, Hon ft Co....
St Louis ft S K w I.
Shat Aril Cop
Sluss-Shet S ft I
Southern Ity pf.
Stiidebaker Co IS.'iJJ I20J(
Studebaker Co pf.
lenn Copper .,
Third Avenue ,
Union HaK ft Paper...,
Union Ilaj ft Paper pf .
United Clear Stores
United Cisar Stoma pf
United Clmr Mfu
Union i'acltlc ,
Union Piflno pf
U hind Alrohn
USCI Pft F
United Hjslnv Co...
United His Inv Co pf.
U btivl Corp'n
U S Steel Corp'n pf ...
U SSm Rft M
V SSra lift M pf..
Va-Caro Clwm leal . . . , .
Wabash pf A
Wabash pf II
West Eft if
Western Maryland 27
Western Union Tol J13W
Willy Overland fl3
Willys Overland pf un
Wisconsin Central fiH
1104 110,4 1104
lu.'i 15' 15'J
100)$ 1004 1004
10 10 10
204 204 204
07 J 1
1104' 1004 1004 10'llf
.. MH 2jJ( 25$ 25 t
..102 4 1024 130'i 100)f
..014 044 OIH 044
74 74 74 77j
454 454 454 154
..1014 I0.)U 1024 HM
.110 120 120 120
.. 48 47Ji 474 47H
..13S4 141 138( 141
.. 82!f 82H 82i, 82)f
1004 Ul 1074 Ul
10( 10J$ 104 10H
..1014 102 101 1014
.. 04 0 0 li
.. 20 20 mi 18
...54 CI 63J 54
.. 807J e8! 804 r.84
..J1RH USii 1184 llS4
oiiain nni.T wiuTitr.it rour.cAST
CHIt'Aril). Atir. 0 Thr Mri'lLrr fn re
cant for tlm next 30 hours Is nil follonst
Knnini, MUnert, lltlnoN uihI town
Centrally fnlr nml tuirmrr.
Nrlirunkn I'lirtlr cloud) rnndttlunx, illli
Ufob.ihly Hhourrtt In tho luirthut'!.
CHICAGO, Aug. 9. Amid tlio most In
tenso excitement that has been witnessed
In tho pit In ninny a day a wnvo ot buy
ing orders, following tho publication ot tho
sensationally bullish August report of tho
Government, carried prices for wheat up
more than 11 cents a bushel today.
September nt tho top was S 1 . 1 1 ai : De
cember, $1.484, and Jtay $1.&36. There
was enormous prnllt-tnklng at times. Tho
enthuslnsm of tho bulls, who asserted that
present prices did not accurately rellcct thc
Government figures, wns Increnwd by the
spread of black rust In Canada and by
Indications that foreigners had berame wor
ried about supplies.
George M. l.ecmint put the Canadian
crop at 200.000.000 bushels. Authorities
here said that when the additional dainngo
In the American northwest since August 1
had been taken Into consideration thero
would not ba much other surplus left from
this year's crop for shipment abroad.
Tho visible supply In the United States Is
63,237,000 biibhelH, according to llrnd
ntreot's, a decteaso of 3,640,000 bushels for
tho week, mid compares with 10.772,000
bushels Inst year; In Canada It Is 30,072,000
bushels, n ilcircaso of C50.000 bushels for
the week, mid compares with 1,101,000
bushels a year ago; In Kurope (Continental
stocks omitted). It Is 83,400,000 bushels, a
decrease of 3110,000 bttsheis for the week,
and compare.) with 4G, 300, 000 bushels last
year ; tho American und liuropuun supply
Is K,7,303,000 bushels, nu Increase of 2.G0C,
000 bushels for the week, and compares
with C0,17G,O('O bushels in 191C.
Lending futurca ranged as fellows:
Sent... I. II 1.4 Pi
Dee l.tr, l.lSli
Mas-. . . 1.4DW i.na'4
l:nrn, trn.il jlellvcrj J,-
ipe . . .
May. . .
Dee. . . .
Jlav. . ,
Sept.. IS 20
Sept... 2.1. SO
Dee 22. 80
1 1.1 20
Spot Wheat Stronjr nt Liverpool
IilVRUPOOL, Aug. 9. Spot wheat was
strong today with No. 1 Northern Manitoba,
4 VI ; higher, ut 13s 3d. Australian was
quoted at 14s Id, a gain of 2d, nnd Xo. 2
red winter at 13s fld." Corn was (Inn with
American mlxel 2d higher at 10s 4d, whllo
Plate showed a gain of rt nt lis 'Ail.
Flour was Is Cd higher nt 4Ss 8d.
LONDON STOCK MARKET
Quoted ex dividend.
Trading Is Quiet nnd Listless,
Prices Remain Steady
LONDON, Aug. 9. Trading In securities
on the Stoclt Exchange was quiet today,
but the markets although listless, wero
steady In tho main.
Tho gilt-edged section wns dull, with hesi
tation in evidence. Announcement was
mado of the underwriting of a 2,500,000
6U per cent new South Wales loan at par.
Tho revenue, of the United Kingdom for
the week wan fS, 630,000 and the expendi
ture 37,837.000. Thu amount of treasury
bills outbtnndlng was increased 14,179,000.
Sales of exchequer bondi, etc.. wera 11.
973,000. Tho Sank of England advanced
8,000,000 to the treasury.
Americans were Idlo and nominal, but
the undertone was firm, Canadian rails
were cheerful, nnd homo lines steady. Sup
port was furnished to Mexicans. Irregular
ity prevailed In Argentine rnilc on earnings.
Allied bonds Mere maintained. Some min
ing descriptions were goq'J.
The committee raised toe fixed minimum
commission on low-priced foreign bonds
from H to U per cent.
I Sales ty Philadelphia
.. ,, . Hlh, Low. Close. ehK.
JO Allls Cliftt. ity, ZZVi. 22'
4 Am Mill.. 0 0 A
100 Am Loco. . 70 70 70
20 II d R pr. BO (18 BO
20 Cnm Iron . 4ft 4S 4S '.t
3008 Kleo Stor.. 60 67 68 1
300 Erie son So SOW 14
60 On Asp pf 10M 70V 70V4
10 I M ft M to 28 28 J8 4-
10 Ins Co N'A tli'A la', tuy, W
10 Kcnnn Cop 48J), 40 40U V.
100 Key T Co. U 14 ti 4-
1SB l,k Sup C. I0()i 10 lOVi 4- Jfc
41 I.eh Nav.. 7V4 7BV 734
0 Lob Valley 77',, 77 M 71 W
S00 Norf & W. 12D14, I07ti 1J9A
253 Penna It 11 B0V4 B6 SH
20 PhCocum p 40 30 30 H
210 Phllft Klec. 2H(5l 82 2yi 4- i
1I3B PltTtrctN 1D4 10U ln!4 M
1J Phllft Trnc 10 70 71) )- V.
10 liny Cons. 2.1 23 23
70S Heading .. 9DH 00 00 4
.. . High. J.OW. Close, ehgo
8.1 Cramp & H 7B 73 1 H-i
3300 A O .t K 5s 04V4 01 DU4 V,
2000 liar 14 Cs.101 102 107
soon I. s in: Bs aay, aai nay. y,
3000 l.h VI ens
4 'is 2003 00(4 0D)i 00
10000 I'hll Uio 4s 84 81 84
2,100 do Gs ...104)4 104 Vi 104 Vi
3000 Itdg gn 4s. 03 03 9,1
100 Ko Itwy.. 23 23 23 4-
17B Ton tlcl . . 4Vi 4Vi 4Vi
4.10 Ton Ming. B B 9-lfl B VI
128 I'll Trno.. 44 43 43 4- Vi
37 IT G I .... B7 H7 81 4- Vf,
8200 U H Steel. 88V4 80 B3V4 1
7B Wnr'k I&S n-ii DV4 n
10 V J 74 Sea 40V4 40 Vi 4D,
CURB ISSUES SHOW
Buying Orders From Many
Quarters and Supply Is
XHW YOniC, Aug. 9. Tho Improvement
which was noted In the trading on tho
Stock Market had a good rcsponoo and a
better tone to tho IJroad Street Curb, nnd
prices thero showed substantial gains.
Thero was a lack of offerings from the
start, whllo buying orders came In from
many quarters, and tho supply, at around
recently provnlllng prices, was quickly ex
hausted. llatns ranging from 1 to C points wcro
noted during tho forenoon and additional
advances wcro noted when tho brisk up
turn camo In the railroad stocks In the
afternoon on tho Stock Exchange. The
motor Issues were nmong tho most active
features, with Chevrolet moving up 5 points
to 200, but most Importancu was attached
to tho trading In Strombcrg Carburetor,
which rose to 43, with buying coming to
great extent from disappointed blddcrB for
Stutz and United Motors wero also actlvo
nnd strong. Similar strength was shown In
many ot tho v.'ar contract stacks. Including
Aetna Explosives, IInllNSignnI and Katho
illon Uronzo preferred. There was n speclnl
buying inoveiicnt In Tobacco Products com
mon, based on tho expectation thnt that
stock, which rose from 44 V& to 47V1, will
bo "listed on tho Exchange.
Independent Oil stocks wcro fairly well
maintained, although Oklahoma Products
nnd a few Issues showed slight recessions.
Actn.i Explosives ....
Am lirlt .Mfic
t'&unillan t'ur Co .....
I'nn I'nr rdy Pfd. ,.
Turtles Af roplnno ....
Kuienon Phonograph .
Iln.ike II ft ll.irkcr Car
Knthodlnn Itronro pfd
Maxim Munitions ....
8 8 KrsKO v I ,
Unltnil front Bhorlns
U S I, (t II com
, ... 2
H O Cal ...
a O N J ...
H O K " ...
fVuden t Co
Inter Petrol .
Houston Oil .
tiapulpa Itof .
llutis Coppor and .111 a
Ilutto N V
IVrro dn Tasr-o
Jumbo Kx .-
MoKlnley Ua rrah
Mines Co of America ..,
Ht Joseph Ioad
West Knil I'on
OTIIEK OIL STOCKS.
Mo I'ac 4s w.
JUNaet ".'".:.:::::.::' vrw.m
PENVKP. AND SALT I.Kn
Fourth week July .... 150.000
JUO QIUNDB SOUTHEP.N.
Fourth week July .... "o
Sugar Futures Unsettled
NI1W YOHK. Aug. 9 Sugar futures
opened unsettled and Irregular, with near
months showing losses of 1 to 3 points and
distant positions being firm at an advance
of 4 points. Sales on Jhs call were 700
tons. Commission houses and Cuban .In
terests bought on the opening, with a lead
ing trade Interest selling. Spot Cuba raws
were quoted on thu Sugar Exchange at
New German War Loan Soon
THE HAGUE, Aug. 9. Dutch financiers
learn that Germany will Issue Its fifth war
loan September 30, money raised by fourth
loan being almost exhausted. Delay In
Issuing another loan is said to have been
caused by fear that, unless Germany won
a naval or military victory, It would bo
Bar silver was quoted In London today
at 31 16-16d, up s-H
Commercial bar silver was quoted at
New York today at Hc, an advance, of
NEV7 YORK, Aug. 9. Tho market for
foreign exchange in the early dealings
showed continued sluggishness, the only
quotable change In rates was a shading
In franc cables of H. to 5.90H. Checks
stood at Tuesday's reduced level at 5.11 U
Otherwise the market was featureless.
Quotations: Demand sterling. 4.7594 ; ca
bles. 4.76 7-16; 60-day bills, 4 7 Hi ; 90-day
Bills, 4.69',Ss relchsmarks, 71Ti72; wire
cables, 6.47 H i checks, 6.48; Swiss cables,
5.284 ; checks, 5.29 !i; Vienna. 13.30ft
12.35 j Scandinavian kroner, 28 70&28.80;
guilder cables. 41 S-16; checks. 41H
pesetas, 20.12iJ20.20 ; rubles, 30.380)30.43.
Around midday the market continued in
active. The only quotable changes were de
clines of in franca to 5.90 K fur cables
and 5,9 J for checks.
The market dullness was unrelieved In
the mid afternoon, and there were no
changes in rates or developments of par
ticular Interest. Demand sterling, 4.75 ;
cables. 4.76 7-16. Franc checks. 6.91 ;
cables, 5.90. Itelchsmarks, 71?i and 72.
RATES FOR MONEY
New York ,
Philadelphia ...,...,,. 3
ltnfttan .............. 3
Commercial paper, thrta to
delpbla, 4K01H percent.
Bank clearing today compared
spondlB day last two. years; ,.
.. 184. 173.818 128.004.813, 1 13.
NEW YORK BUTTER AND EGGS
NEW YORK Aus. 0 BUTTEn Flrmar oa
II grades receipts. 18.933 pailtaje. Extra,
creamery. 30Ke. higher scoring 3103V,Ha.
creamery firsts, 3SM Ot9c. ired.BMry sce4.
EOasQult: finoy grades fair. Lower u li
tis urgently offrd with Usbt drr.anil,Ouota
LOCAL MINING STOCKS
LOCAL MINI.NO BTOCICS.
West Knd 81
Dlamondlleltl U B
Jumba Extension ,
Hand Ken ,
Point for Western Union In Ticker Case
BOSTON, Aug. 9. Chief Justice Rugg,
of the Supreme Court, today allowed the
petition of the Western Union Telegraph
Company for writ of error to Supreme
Court of United States In so-called "Ticker"
case. The constitutionality of statute un
der which the 1'ubllo Service Commission
directed the company to furnlih the ticker
service from the New York Stock Exchange
to Calvin Foster, broker, Is involved.
FURTHER INCREASE IN ANTHRACITE
COAL SHIPMENTS MADE DURING JULY
Big Gain Indicates More Earnings for Railroads Elec
tric Storage Battery Reaches New High Record.
Business Is Small
Further Increase". In shipments of anthra
cite conl wcro shown In the statement for
July which enmo out today, thereby Indicat
ing n contlnuanco of still better earnings for
the coal-carrying railroads.
The total of shipments mado during tho
last month was 5.432,S"'8 tons, an Increase
of 320,21.1 tons over July of Inst year.
Shipments for the first seven months of tho
year to July 31 total 38,854:643, as com
pared with 37, 432, CSC tons during tho cor
responding period of 1918, or n gain of
Blocks of anthracite nt tidewater on
July 31 were 384,239 tons ai compared with
393, 23B tons at the end of Juno, a decrease
of 8996 tons.
The Interest of local flnnnclnl circles was
ngaln attracted to Rlectrlc Storage Hattery
today. Thero was n big demand for these
Issues soon after the opening of trndlng on
(he 1'hllnilolplila Stock Kxohange, nnd dur
ing tho first hour moro than 1G00 shares
changed hands. Some of tho sales were nt
G8',i. u jiolnt and n half above the closing
(tuotntlon yesterday and a new high price
foi the year.
Tho first Bales were made at an advance
of n quarter, nml, following the top price,
there wns a slight reaction, tho stocks being
tnken nt 67Vi.
Thc opinion continued to prcvnll on tha
Htrcot that there wns every possibility of
nn Increased dividend declaration nt the
next meeting of tho directors the first part
nf next month, and It wns thought thnt th
demand, with tho natural Increase In prices,
was the direct result of this belief, Ther
wero also further discussions of the pos
sibility of n change In the management,
but these rumors were not In any way con'
Tho market generally for other issues
was firm, but thero was little activity hi
nny other sesdrltlen, attention being nearly
all confined to J5(ectrlo Storage Battery un
til after the noon hour.
" Philadelphia Rapid Transit trust certifi
cates sold unchanged and Philadelphia
Trnctlon gained a, fraction. United Oas
improvement sold at an advnnce of a quar
ter. Following the trend In New York the
market developed much strength -lurlng
tho afternoon, with tho most Interest de
voted to Rlector Btoroge Battery and United
States Steol common. The former lost
some of Its big gnln of the forenoon over
tho noon hour, but soon recovered and again
sld nt C8, Bteel advanced lft to 88 on
sales aggregating more than 0600 shares.
Sales of Storage Battery Issues were in
excess of, 2500 shares.
Heading ndvanccd 8 to 98J4, Cramp
trust certificates gained n point and Union
Traction was up a hnlf. Lake Suporlor,
Lehigh Valley and Philadelphia Electrla
each rose a fraction.
Tonopah Mining sold oft n Jrnctlon nnd
Tonopah Belmont was unchanged. Penn
sylvania lost a fraction.
Just before the close Electric H torn en
Battery went to 09, a gain of 2 points.
GRAIN AND TLOUR
WltnVr Becolpts. 140.40ft bush. The bullish
Oovernment crop report nnd simmer outside
ndvlern influenrnl an ndvnr of lie. In this
markot. (Junlatlons; Car lots. In export ele
vator N'o 2 red. snot. 11.4201 4(1, No. 2
southern red, H.lUUl.-l;); steamer No. 2 red,
S1..1UW1.42I No. a red. II. 311.42 rejected A,
$1.3(U1..1l'i rejected II, II. 316)1.37.
COUN Herelpts, BOOO bush. The market was
lo hlRher In pimpnthy with wheat, demand fair.
Quotations: Oar lota for local trade, as to lo
cation Western No. 2 yellow, O.IWOOci do,
steamer yellow, IHWO'c; dn. No, 3 ysllow, 02U
I)3e: do. No 4 yellow, ROIJOOc.
OATS Ileeelpts. 171.801 bush. OfferlnKs were
llcht and prices wore Vie hlher with a fair de.
ma ml. quotations: No. 2 white, B1052C! stand
ard white. fioVi (jTSle: No. whlto, 40o"ct
No. 4 whlto. 40i 047Via; sample oats. 43Vi
FI.OUIl necrlpts. 805 bbls. and 607,804 lbs In
snrlts. Trices weho held hluher In ajrmpnthy
with wheat, but there was very little ilolnr. Quo
tations, per 100 lt In wood Winter, floar,
I&.5OSII0: do, strultht. 1000.50: do, patent. 10.80
(If().7.'i,. Knnsns. clear, cotton sarks. l3.03Wn.R3
do. straight, cotton sacks, 0.iri'(t.0O;lo, palont,
cnltnn aacks, 10 r.OWO.TT,, nprlnir. first clear,
lliwn.80; do, straight. 0.ri0Wfl.7B; do. patent,
(0.7307.2.1; do. fnvorltn brands, IT.oOtftSi city
mills, cl'.olco and fancy patent. 17 BOWS: city
mills, regular grades Winter, clear. IS.BOW
0; do, straight, (OVO.SO; do, patent, iO.OO
IlYn rLOim was In small aupply nnd firm,
hut uulet. Wo quote nearby nt I5.23O0.G0 per
and western nt $0.51) 0
Thero was n fair Jobbing Inquiry nnd values
were atondlly maintained. Quotations: City beef.
In sets, emoitod and nlr-drled, 28o: western beef.
In ects, smoli"d. 2Rc city beef, knuckles and
tondors. smikrd nnrt nlr-drled. 2c; western
beef, kniirkli and tenders, smoked, 2c: beef
hams. 128930: pork, family. I27.S0(28; hams.
8. V. cored, locse. lstiwlSVic; do. skinned,
loose, lllVi erlO'ic; do, do, smoked, 20H (?2flVic:
other bums, smoked, city cured, as to brand
and average. ll'Vjc: do. hams, amokrd, western
cured, 10'4 c; liotled, bonelese, 34c; picnic shoul
ders, 8. I. cured, loose, 14c; do. smokod, 10c;
bntllei. In plckla. ncrordlni; to avrrase, loose,
lfHic; breakfast bacon, as to brand and uveraice.
city cured, 21s: do. western cured, 10020c;
lard, western, refined, tierces, 14V4q; do, do,
tubi, 14Hr; do. puro city, kettle rendered. In
tierces, 1414 c; do do. In tubs, 14Vic.
The mnrket was quiet and unchanged. He
flners' Hat prices: Ilxtra flno RTnnulated. 7.2.1
M7.il.1c: powdered. 7,4507.73c: confectioners'
A. 7.2307.D.1e; soft grades. 0.0007.o0c.
IlUTTnn Receipts were llsht and the market
ndvancod la with n fairly active demand for
fancy Block. Quotations; Western solid-packed
creamery, fancy specials. 33c; extra. 31W32ot
extra firsts. 3030Mic. flrstB. 2020Vic; sec
onds. 27Hffl2bVic; nearby prints, fancy. 34e;
dn. average extra. 32&33c; do. firsts. 29681o;
Becnnils, 2a028Vic; Jubblne sales of funcy prints,
KdlJH There was a quick outlet for the
limited arrivals of strictly fine otos. prices of
which rukil tlrm and htzher. Quotations; In
fren enses nearby extra. 32a per doz. : nearby
flrstB, (8. 70(!0 per standard cnae; nearby cur
rent recelpta. (7.05W7.83 per case; western
extraB, 32o por doz , western extra firsts, I8.70&
0.30 per rasa: do. firsts, 18. 10C8. 40 per easel
fancy selected candled fresh tni wero Jobbing
at 3433c par doz. ., ,.
TIIEKSK The market ni!d Arm under llitht
offerings and a fair demand. Quotations: New
York, full ore-im, fancy, 104 W17c,i do. do,
fulr to good. lOfrlflHe. part eklms, bVlSc.
LIVE Offerings wera fairly liberal and tha
market was dull and weak with fowls le lower.
Quotations: Fowls. lOfl'HOc; roosters, 14$lBo;
spring chickens, according to quality, weighing
l Oi lha and over apiece, 21U22c; do. smaller
slxex. llldf.'llc; whlto leghorns, according to
quality, llftl'Jc, ducks, as to size and qual
ity, ir,(?17c; plk-tons old. per pair, 23&2bc
do, yountr, per p.ilr, 2022c.
DIlUSHni) The market ruled Orm, with de
mand absorbing tho nrferlnca of ileslrs'ile toc''
Quotations: Fresh-killed, dry-picked fowls, 13
to box, dry-packed, fancy, selected, 2 Jo, do,
welshing 4V4 3 lbs. apiece, 2214 c: do. weigh
ing -4 lbs. apiece, 22V4c; do. weighing 8H lbs,
apiece, 22c; do, weighing 8 lbs. apiece, 20021c,
Fowls In bbls . Ice-packed, fancy. dry-Picked
Northern Indiana and Illinois, weighing 40B lbs.
weighing 4 lbs. apiece, 2lHci smaller sites. 180
20o. Old roosters. dry-nle'i1 10c; lirnlllns
cntcKens, Illinois, large, sav-'oo: ao, jnaiana.
24vr.nc. oo. smaller sixes,
American Beet Sugar production this year
Is estimated at 2,280,000 bags, against
1,752,000 Inst year, and 1,710,000 In 1914,
This year's production Is the largest In the
history of tho company and tho margin
ot profit Is also a record.
Banks gained from tho New York Hub
treasury yestorday 81,771,000 and since Fri
New York hankers today transferred
(300,000 to Ban Francisco through tho Sub
treasury. Tho Union Natural Can Corporation nnd
nfTlllntcd companies report for the six
months ended June 30 gross earnings bt
3.10G.02l, with net oarnlngs, (2,300,761.
Surplus Is (1,625,003. Tha balance sheet,
as of June 30, shows cash amounting to
(585,175, and total assats and liabilities.
Beportn Issued by tho Interstate Com
merce Commission today Bhow that 131
railroads In the United States earned during
Juno (210,700,082 and expended 3I42.0G9,
657. Tho net revenues wero (74,697,3?5
as compared with (60,122, G3S for June, 1915,
For the 12 months the net revenues of the
carriers amounted to (834,079,775, an In
crease ot nearly (150,000,000 for tho cor
responding period of 1915.
Tho board of representatives of tho New
York Curb Association has listed and ad
mitted to quotation tho 1,000,000 capital
shares of tho Pittsburgh-Idaho Company,
Limited, at a par value of (1 a share. The
United States Corporation Company Is tho
trnnsfor agent and tho Registrar and
Trnnfer Company, tho reglstrnr.
g-s The Increasing E
Investment Value of 3
ra Standard Oil
' Send for pamphlet fiv
mi Int ef Standard Out
thich have piled up a
tufficicnt MUTplai lo jut'
liy ntarbs datnbuuon
of profiU to tloehoU'
tr in the jhape of a
ilocfy oonuj'or large ex
tra cash dividend.
At for 23-PL. incuJ-
inj Standard Od ita-
--S littical handbook and SSj
ZZZ booklet explaining ":
"The Twenty Payment Plan" S
i SI2ffiriW(3 i
40 Exchange Place New York S
llrollera. Jersey, fane- 3?84n: broiler" '""r
wrigning iu: ma, apiece, su 873-0;
8.7.1; do, white.
i nno it ... .,
smaller sizes, 27f29a; ducks,
10Q20c, squabs, per doz.
11012 lbs. per doj., I3.6VO
welahtng 0O1II lbs r-e dos
white, weighing 8 lb, per
ao. wnue, weigiung ius ir
do:., l3.2AO3.0d: ilo, white, weighing UQA
,!. v.& ,1n ', RIlAn ,,. ,1.
2.73: do, small and No7'2, 'O0cll.2.
offered and easier.
and cantaloupes were more freely
umu rruus were generally
to gooa, aujac Minuni, per oox. t.
pineapples, per craie r loriua, ii,Duy.u
1'eacnes, Virginia, per carrier ueue, idi znt
I'armen. II iitil.fo: Mountain Hose. 4U.2.10
l.ln. Pears. North Carolina, per bbl . S4tfBoi
Edward B.Smith &. Co
JfmArr trto Yorfc and PMIaitlphta
1411 CnTRCT Gtbext. PntHDrunu.
30 I'lM SiEtn Nw Teas
Delaware and Maryland.
apes. North Carolina and
per car. 11000323.
and ruled firm and higher,
were well cleaned un
er. while sweeta were
mora plentiful and weaker. Quotations: While
potatoes, per bbl. -No. 1 Eastern Hhore, 12.28
2 78; No. 2 Eastern Shore. 1101.23. No. 1 Nor.
folk. 1202.23: No 2 Norfolk. 1161.23. White
potatoes. Jersey, per basket. 03060c. Sweet po
tatoes. North Carolina, per bbl. No. 1. ISO
3.30; No- 2, 12 02,73. Onions, Jersey, per baa.
ket, 75083c, da. Pennsylvania, per hamper.
II 2801.30; do. do. per 100-lb bag, 2O:.50
UO. Virginia, per witivii
per 10O-lb bag, 12.7303.
1101.23; do. Iowa.
REAL ESTATE FOB SALE
Victor and Horn?
A new principle; con
stant supply: 2 to i
alt., lo. TTeats RadU
Accept nn substitute.
There Is nothing
'Just ss cod "
end fop Vree (lankier,
S.Y. REEVES, Mfr,
45 N. Second St.
Brown Brothers & Go.
Fourth and Chestnut Streets
Deposits received and interest allowed
For out-of-town accounts, instead of using pass-books, deposit
may be sent by mail and we will furnish statements of account
periodically or upon request.
We also issue Certificates of Deposit for a specific time, with
allowance of interest, "
Broad and Sansom Sts.
WII.I.IAM STEELE A H0.N8 CO., IQ0 AltCU
ut.. have plana and SDeclncatlona nested nt
manufacturing butldtnga and power plant (or
ni ia o. w. ". ii. st (nir i-o.. iaia ana
ctor sts., Uanayunk. not latar than August
. IMS. for the attention of Mr. A. a!
Iher. Proposals mill be received on tha fni.
. ... ,.-L -. . ' - . -
lowing lines oi wor
Excavation, brickwork, stone
atone, ornamental terra, eotta
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meiai wumi luiiinuiK, piaaieriaa.
piumDiog. paiuiinx Run giaaing.
marble, tile and terrauo work.
ina ateeT doors, steal sash, saety treads.
steel partition, etc
The right la reserved to reject aor or all proposals.
Philadelphia. Pa.. Auxust 8- 1nln
Tha directors o( IVllinlaiioq lias Couipuur
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nave, ima ua.jr uvw4iu e, eiu(e,aau aiviaeiv
?f three per cent. 113 per share) an toe prt
erred stock ot the Company outstanding, pay
able, September 1. 1.918, to holder! ot said atoclt
ot record at the cluse ot bus lens August Is.
1616. nook will sot b clsieO. Check, will b
BSSoESTATK OF JENNIE MNO. UECEASHB
t- Letter! o( admloistratlon pn lbs nbou
estate having been graDted to tb iioderBiyBiit,
all persoos Indebted to the aald estata air. Ft
autsieJ to maka payment, anJ Uu "tuttuir
olaltnji to prent the him. without delay, to
Or. to M ttamtr. .
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WO Coromonweamj Buliatag, tttU.
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iint to a. a. U. W, Eletsher Co.. Main audi
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