Newspaper Page Text
EVENING LEDGEK-PHILADBLPHIA, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 9, 191ft
mr POMMON. R"RADTNfi A7m tvta vrv
IJJ VW"'""-1) " ' fc-jL Af.l.XJJL'l A,
OTiUiiJK lbpuiiis Jin iNjJiw HIGH MARKS
ck Market Ignores Unfavorable Crop Report Most of
Strength in General List Due to Public Buying,
Orders Coming Prom New Quarters
TT!I. Dntnlo in Tnrlrtn'a PJnnnntnl Ar.
xr.in iofc MCOrrfs'esfafcJwifd 6 Reading, United State ?,,f Mm-
iU teveral other issues tn Wall street, with active trading. Wheat weak
ZU. while cotton was strong. Moderate activity in foreign exchange.
"Smm rates unchanged. New York bank statement showed increase in
Etrege and actual loans and a decrease tn average and actual reserves.
SS clearings throughout country for week smaller than last week, but
'55 ".! M-ln$TZlBP&2&. te?"di?.f "e V arrived
UNtw lorn jrvm isuimuu. . ..-v..y.o wubcv aeciarra extra dtt'idend
J per cent on common. Pncc o tar if vcr higher in New York and London.
NEW YORK, Sept. J.
The week wound up with the display of strength that carried many Btocks
fa to new high recorus, wnue oun.ru mio naa oecn in tne low rut for years
r st the mgnesi ih. iuu..... ... .-.. p..
United Btaieo dicu ............. .--w..-. ... .... ,u vllu ul 0 nays session,
rlfti a ealn 0l rM ovor ,lB Pilous nign record, mado on Wednesday.
Jinr was In urgent demand, with buying coming frm Important banking- In.
-! here ond reflecting accumulation and additions to previous accumulations.
Another new lilgh record was mado by this stock at U2Vi and new high
u wero also mado In Atlantic, Gulf and West Indies, Inspiration Copper and
lumber of other issues. International Paper, which rose more than 3 points,
i si SI, It" "P P"co Ior ' ul "" ' "" never soiu since until today.
' invanc'8 of 1 to s points In tho general list wero numerous, with the brokers
risf tu more buying orders at flxed prices than they could execute, and the;
Ion prevailed inai mo auppiy irera realizing sales since tho resumption of
m oh Tuesday has been complololy absorbed.
Hears complained that the market Igflored tho unfavorable crop report and
,kw o'f the traders made a demonstration against St. Paul, which they offered
i to 92. omi u quicKiy recovereu uns toss on me next rew transactions,
rtran femeltlng was ono of the strongest features on the floor, and strength
i that Stock, Mexican Petroleum and Orcene-Cananca was regarded as Indicating
oMence In the new conditions Doing esiaousnea in Mexico and In the creation of
ftaony between Mexico ana mo unuea mates.
Most of tho strength in tho general list was due wholly to publlo buying,
ttsdmand coming not only from tho Wall street district and sections in close
Wh wlth Wal1 8treet' but from ent,rc,y ncw quarters. One Important factor
Sjtfwred to In this connection Is that Cuban and South American fortunes have
jgught new blood lnto-the Street.
-.J Extra Dividend of 2 for Reynolds Tobacco Company
WINSTON-SALEM, N. C, Sept. 9. The R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company has
Sectored the regular quarterly dividend of 1 per cent on tho preferred stock
tad the regular quarterly dividend of 3 per cent on the common, together with an
ikra of 2 per cent, all payablo October 1 to stock of record September 20.
$2,800,000 in French Gold Arrives in New York
NEW YORK, Sept. IB. French gold Coin valued at $2,800,000, received from
nfcMiJa, was deposited this morning In tho Assay, Ofllce to tho -credit of J. P.
6rgan & Co.
New York Stock Sales
High. Low. Clo, ejiga.
Am Hide and I... ton oh lVfc H
do pref so sin se '
Am Icp ,. so iy, jo M
Am Unseed t",i it it i
do pref so SO BO lVt
Am locomotive.. 1 ti 7H
Am Smelting ,...103 loV4 ion -ft
Am 8tel IMy ... SO S BO W
Am Tel and Tel..l8Ji, iss iss
Am Tob pref ,...losvi losH, losi W
Am Woolen 40 46H 4fl
do prep 91H 0JV4 '
Am Writ Pan nref 94 aim S4 Va
Aincr imo ...... 40H
do pref I
Anaconda Copptr.. H
Alaska Gold Mines 14
AUHka Juneau .. 7
Allts Chalmers ... tSH
do pref 10V4
Am Ait Chrm.... 1yt
Am II Sugar .... DIU
Am Can t.
Am Car and Kdy. esix.
Am Coal Prod .1S1 1S1
At Coast Line ...IIS
At Quit & W I... St
lis lis H
176 177 94
S0H SOU 1
fcOTTON PRICES RISE
r ON GOOD PURCHASES
Room 'iraaers any, iuukuik
rTone Steady Hedge Selling
by Spot Houses Decreases
COTTON BELT WEAT1IEB CONDITIONS
vvw vnnK. snt. 9. Ralna were re
i tmU4 la (he rentnl and )ioutlitrttrn por-
l Un ef the ration belt mm marnins.
UtTlUe, 04 NanhTttlf. Mrmphle and
OUabuu Cltr, 681 Knorrille, CbKttanooia.
SHhTw, VltViburs. Baielfh. 70i tlerjd.
u. 1 ni. hai.aiinA and Atlanta. 72i
Wllmlncton and Aucumo, 74)
tbna. tanina OhrUtl. TlKmatTllle. ana
H.n Antnnln. hlirevi
'-" -".;--'..-. .i.
Ckarintn. 78i l'eneatola and JaekOD.
' , Mi Tampa, 8aannali and Ualveswn,
-tieir Orleann, St. . . ,,.., .
JMtn WO .01 into 01 prrnpiMiiMM.
nms. ,03 men aj 1 mniaoyo. u.
p .1 Little Roek. .06 Inrh ot KnoUle.
Iw at Balelih. .IB loeh at SaTannah,
lofi at bhrereport and AjheTllle. .4
t Jntkonrllle. 1.4 Indies at rolettlue
1.71 Intbee at Tampa. ,
1' new vnnif. Rent. 9 Rood nurchasea by
ihm traders caused a steady tone on the
Msvmma cxcnaiine iiua inurmiiB, hm ...v
L IfeleM were 1 to 8 points net higher. There
nt some Hedge selling ty spot nouses, oui
t wti much smaller than recently.
.Uptown Interests also sold and some
MUatlon was noted. Commission ana
ifill itreet houses purchased.
..The Liverpool market was closed and.
K ironi a small sale of December, fc.ng
j. Interests ("it nothing.
be' advance to IS. SO for January attrac-
realltlnc and there were reactions of
I or I points from the best after 11 o'clock.
telllne. however, was far from oggrcs
1 and tb market became comparatively
rOAtlet on the setback, with the undertone
Spinners were credited with having
Mitt condderablv here this mornlna: to
Tb receipts of cotton at the ports fo
1 aay were estimated at 26,000 bales.
BMred with 2n D0K linlon last week.
JW,1I) bales last year and 7107 bales In
1 8. IIO
,ty Cotton. Buyers and Sellers
Si-NEW TORK. Sept. , October nieien-
w. ocniii ana Orvls bought ; ueran, Mc
nr.. S-Slev and WlUnn inM.
Member McKadden, Bartlett, KelfTer,
L Hubbard, Shearson and Waters bought J
Ur. R. Hubbard, McEnany, Wilson, Mar-
ioyce, Hopkins and Watklns sold.
aury Oifford. Orvls. Cardoia, C.
. waters and w. Oumoens bought ;
HMteln. Kalffer. nntvnn Tt lliilihnrrl
V, Rountree and H. Hubbard sold.
' swrchTNewman' pardosa. nosenberg,
hS" nd Wenman bought s Ilooklns. Mar.
Dd Lowensteln sold.
WllIlach bought J Smith and Hents
JJyOrvls, Parrott. ilenti. Hartoorn and
vougnti iioyce sold.
f'--Wrtcorn and Fllnn bought ; Downs
SWW YORK DUTTER AND EQGS
" tab. ?, . 8epL- BUTTEIl Hoeelptf.
kSr ssas, pr,c" w'" mrnulue1-
iT...;c,,'!f 'I0 eases. Firm in all
i,.5r'"? sstbsred. Lower vrsdes Ulily
sua storsse Strom, Quotations un-
HVE STOCK QUOTATIONS
lMiiim iSrJf A.IJU?. "'-I tPI. W.IIIXI8
ll0Vcnb,r;- j.Mn.5i VoSd bfayy,
tUTi? 11 Bcelptt, 000. Market slow and
Will to?v:fA-l""l-0' fowaind bilffrs.
"n u:WYrUma"iiWiTsh. "
itoot UH,..t ci ri .
, . ; ft s-irm on ivcrpuui
Km iSEySh Su SPol wle wa
m r VHLN " rfr.,rJ"'tf-ttd -
lLkfLf' JtorhernManltoba. ISs Jd i fo.
Al. V "MhaJHtd ,VM American
OUOtsd lfla IUd and llnl .1
Flour wa umhansed.at Ca. ,
DnkaH ..". . : '
TMW'"1 Ihla mnrnliuf tkal lb. Iln'i4.1
J rpor.tlon Purch-apf tba
(KT Th MI W,U I"""4
" to bjuJl. tKa aa - - L th.
?. u' t kisuuMl ukut a Li l-
' ilit: -,.--
WHEAT GETS WEAK
ON SELLING ORDERS
Buying on Decline Is Sufficient
to Bring About Partial
Reaction From Bottom
CHAIN rtEI.T WKATHEB FORECAST
CHICAGO, Sent. 0. The weather forecast
for SS bourn follows!
Illinois Fair tonlsht, wanner west) Pan
day, unsettled, with shoners north and
Missouri rartlr cloudr. Drobablr show
ers northwest tonlsht and north and west
tomorrow! cooler Ntindar.
Wisconsin I'nsettled tonlcht and tomor
row, probably shower! warmer east to
night! cooler, soul burnt tomorrow,
.Minnesota 1'robablr showers tonight and
tomorrow! cooler west tonight, and west
und south ttundar.
Ion a Unsettled! showers tonight or to
morrow. Iowa Unsettled, showers tonight or to
morrow, warmer east and central and
cooler extreme west tonight! cooler Htmdar.
North Dakota Hhowera and cooler to
night! tomorrow, partly cloudy.
Mouth Dakota and Nebraska Unsettled
tonight and Sunday, probably ahowers,
Kansas Unsettled, with showers tonight1
it tomorrow! cooler Sunday and west and
north central tonight.
CHICAGO, Sept. 9. Selling orders that
accumulated over night weakened the
wheat' market this morning. The Govern
ment report was so closely In line with fore
casts that the trade fljured It had been
discounted for the time being and the
technical position was considered softer.
Tho political situation abroad checked bull
There was sufficient buying; on the de
cline to bring: about a -partial reaction from
the bottom. September opened at J1.54
to $1.53 H. against J1.S494 at the close
yesterday; December ranged from 11.65 U to
fl.Gili at the outset compared wlthtl.SBU,
yesterday's last price; May started at
S1.57U to el.E55i, against I1.G7H at the
Leading futures, ranged as follows:
Mar... 1.B7U 1.5
Corn (new de
Mar. . .
Oct.... 20.08 2
Deo .... , . . .
DO l.AZ l.fl2& l.OIK
9U 1.084 1.88H 1.B8U
7H l.B4Vi M.04V4 1.67K
ntfTl 01,711 !? BO TSWJS
74C 74T 78 78; 78Ti
77W 7714 77 774i '788
40K 48Vi 4H t40 t"K
4UH 4Mi 48U 4SK t4UK
Vi B7Vi SIS B1K 02H
14. BOH 14.20 14.30 U4.22
14.83 14.17 tl4.27 14.20
14.03 tlB.87 18.00 tlB.BT
14.47 t4.42 S14.40 14.43
14.12 14.06 14.10 tl-4.1T
12.00 12.80 12.80 12.87
27.70 . 27.B0 27.00 27.80 '
6.80 28.80 20.75 t20.70
IKCKEAIBE OF 00,765 TONS
IN STEEL UNFILLED ORDERS
Total on August 31, 9,660,357 Tons.
Far Above Year Ago
NEW YORK, Sept. . The United States
Bteel Corporation today reported unfilled
orders of 9,610.357 tons 'as of August 81,
and Increase of 8,785 tons as. compared
with the end of July. vTha August 31 or
ders are far above the same month of last
year, when they were 4,908,455 tons.
LOCAL MINING STOCKS
i.K.m.M ......a............ t
Midway ...,.......,.,.... , ,1s
Mlipsh Extension .., ,,, ,20
Hssous Eula , ...i
er ,..,,.,. ! ,,,, i,. .17
RiteDslon .., ,.,,'M
, , (. t .
Slooth . ,.,,...,, ,,,.. .12
liulldoa . ,.,,,,,,,,,, .01
COD. ,.,...,,.. ,.,l,,i , .03
rmhiri!lon fraction ..........'.. ,08
IJiaHUIl!UIJ, ,...........,,., ,--
Klorencs x"";.".'3i""" 'JJ
OoiinJ C0BS0lld(Sd ,...,...,... ,78
Qoidneid Merger .,,,....,...,.... .07
Jumbo Bteoslon .... .40
Kewanas ,,.....' ...,,, ,iu
Oro ,. .,,, ,,,..,,.,.,.-, .u
HanJ Ken., , ."
Sliver rick , ,,.,,., .
Arlsona United ..... .. . .0 .IS
Dui Queen ., .iiiiminnii ." ,1H
Nevada Hill ... ,,...... .M
fievaS Wonder ,,,..., .0 J.Io
Teoaga Ml"jjr ,,,,.., . .12
Ore hlwt" Prave jltl Activity
MONTREAL. 4. . Tio Ws Iron or
falueaoBta Ik Or! LakM km pkUR av.
iuiSr M4tKy UK-airy.
i"K TSSSS 121
Baldwin Loco ,
Halt A Ohio ..,
Ill-own Shoe . ,
Ilutte A KUDerlor. 71
California Petrol. tl
Canadian Pacific,. 177
Central Leather., eov.
Chandler Motor.. 110H 100Vi 110V4 U
Ches ft Ohio 81H lVi OIH
v;nio ureal w..., 12
Chic Mil & St V.. ,i
Chic & North W..124
Cont Can to
Chic It I & 1'ac... 17H
Chill, Copper 30V
Chlno Copper.... .,86
Col Fuel ft Iron... St
Cuban-Am Sugar. ,'t4S
Cuban Cano Sugar 87
lien ft Rio Or pf . . ss
Dlst'.llers' Secur... 45
Dome Mines 23
do 1st pref S3
do 2d pref 43
Goodrich Co .... 72
Ot North pfd..
at Nor Ore ctfs. 42
110 110 110
Oulf Stato Steel,
do 2d pfd ...
Ill Central ....
Inspiration Con .
Inter Harv Corp
do pfd 74
do pfd 80
TO FACE PROBLEM
OF NEW TAXATION
Must Meet Deficit of 28
Billion Francs Caused
RIBOT'S PLAN UNKNOWN
By YVES GUYOT
Spe da Cable to the Evening l-tiger
PAI11S. Sept. 9. When the Chamber of
Deputies meets attain, on September 15, It
will have four questions to consider: First,
the vote of credits for the Inst quarter of
the year: second, taxes; third, lean; fourth,
renewal ot the charter of the Dank of
Credits required for the last quarter year
amount to 8,347,000,000 francs. - brlnnlnit
the total for the year to 33.000.000.000
franc. As taxes for the year brought In
only 4,005,000.000 francs, this leaves a dec
eit of 28,000,000.000 francs.
In regard to new taxes, all nibot'a pro
jects placed before the Chamber last spring
were thrown out with the exception of the
alcohol tax. What new plans he has have
not yet been revealed.
I have spoken In previous articles nbout
the new loan. The habit has grown up
In recent years to Impose new burdens on
tho Dank of France every time Its charter
Is renewed, but this time there seems to
be a tendency to let It alone, and even to
give It greater opportunities for expansion.
The general tendency of the Bourse was
slightly less firm this week, with consider
able realisation on certain French stocks,
prices of which went too high In the last
.111 111 112 1
.128 118 128
Int Nickel 43
Int Mer Mar t c. 40
Kelly Spg Tire.. 83 83 83
Kenne Cop 88 51 63 1
Lackaw Steel ... 81 80 81 IVw
Lee Itubber 48 47 48
Lehigh Valley ... 78 78 70 -4-
Loumv & xasri
Mackay Co 84 84
Max Motors 83 84
do 1st pref .... 80 85
do 2d pref .... 60 56
May Dept Store.. 61 61
Mexican Petrol ..112 111
Miami Copper ... 37 87
Missouri Pacific. . 3 3
National Biscuit.. 118 118
Nat Cloak ft Suit 78 78
Nat Enameling .. 26 13
Nevada Con .... 22 21
N.Y Air IJrake...lS6 136 136
N Y Central ,...101 104 104
Norfolk & West.. 110 110 120 1
Norttj Pacific ....100 100 100
Ont Silver 0 e 6
racinc Man 28
Penna H It IB6
Pressed Steel Car 63
Hallway Steel Spr 48
do 1st pref. .
do 2d pref ..
Itepubllc I & 3.
do pref . . . .
Shat. Copper ..
Sears Rpebuck .
Texas Co .s
Tobacco Prod ....
Union Dag & Pap.
.112 111 111
.43 43 43
. 47 47 47
. 01 50 01 5
.113 113 113
. 30 80 30
.310 210 110
. 62 60 62
. 08 07 08
. 24 23 23
124 123 124 1
27 26 27 1
200 200 200 1
61 61 BI
10 8 8
BO 64 86 1
United Cigar Strs.102 102 102
united Fruit ....ioe ios 103 1
Union Pacific... 140 130 130
do pref ........ 80 80 80
U 8 C I P and F. 11 19 12 2
U S Undl Alcohol.115 lis 114 1
Un Rwy Inv 8 8 8
U S Hubber 68 57ft 58
U S Smelters .... 73 7 74 1
U S Steel 10 U0 103 3
do pref 118 116 118 ...'..
Utah Copper .... 87 86 87 "i
Va Car Chem ... 43 41 48 1
Va Coal I and C. S4 63 S4 3
Wabash pref A . 48 48 48
do pref D 26 16 26 tt
Western Union .. 06 08 U6,
Westlnghouse El.. 61 61 61 -r-H
West Maryland... 10 18 10 tt
Willys-Overland . 47 46 47 2
do pref 108 104 104
Woolworth 138 188 138 -J-
Total sales, 61S.70O shares, eompared with
370,600 shares last Holurdarj this week, 3,087.
600 shares) Isst v.rek. 2.831,700 shares.
New York Bond Sales
Utah. Low, Close.
Amir Asr deb Cs
Anglo-Kr Bs Vi
Am-f Vnrm He As.. Ill
Amer Hmelt Sec &S..110
Amir jei eii is y
lm Will Pan Bs.. H
Armour Co 4Hs ,. 03'
Atchison gen 4s 02
ao cv 4s ivaa in.,
Allan Co I. Ins 1st 4s.. 1111
Ualt Ohio SHs ... 02U
llrookn Un Slv 1st 6s. lot
Uan uovt os ivzi
I ral timm A Klmc Bs
I r-na1a Routh Bs ...1
I Cent Leath 1st SS...102K
I Cent Par 1st 4s. , ...J;
I Cent 1IHNJ Bs.,.,116
i Chill Copper 7s... ,.U'y
i Ches (into cv 4Ha,. KS
i Ches Ohio conv Bs. . H2K
i Chi East II 4s.,.,. 94 Vj
i Chi U Q lolnt 4s... B7
i Chi II 9 "jsv 4s.... uitf
i Chi M 8t l rfd 4tts U2g
C M l I cv us, . .
I Chl M BPcvtHi
i r M 1 HI P 4s 1023.
1 Chill J J? rfd 4s. . 7t
R hi ft I A P Bs. BJK
on Oss conv ns,,..128 ,
I Del Hud rid 4s.... OJH
I Kris eonv 4s Bsr D.. 78
I Hud Mtn In Bs .. . 27'i
I lock Vjl 4H JO
i InterbMet 4 ..,,.. 73
I Inter tier Mar ct 4Hs 100
I do w 1 Bs .....,.,. 07J4
i .-. l-llv Tr 1st 4s.. 87tf
s i '.-.-.-. ,, r a.a"- nlW
ICaa Dlz-Ws p,v,.,!3i7
,l( 1 I is 'Isy
orlllard 0s ........ ,10l .
lanbattsn Sis 4a .., MIH
.trnntft I' B B I 4g 014
t K t T 1st 4, ,,,, 7u
lo Pac cv ct 6s , ... 48J4
T u ii us . I1JTS
do con 4s is
do 4HS ..., O'.'S
NY Ctlx 4Via 1000, .1033
do 4Us 1004 104H
So 4Rs Nov 103T..1OOH
KTOi W 1st 4s.,,, 78
fir7.1.Mjl .I." S7J4
Mor PJ n Js, Vi
Psnna 4s lu18--.i,S?u
.Ins oron 4m &S
T "K. :ii ' . !.
or . a "H
lf t wVi
4 ia f
Aa Amr- H W t.a.... H4
kan Aft .Aran P lt i M
t-mv r v fif
fit Rwr sea 4s,. . 70K
Ro Bs 4 7S
Sales in PMladclphia
... .High. I,ow, Close, thge.
10 Acme T pf
t C .... S3 SB S3 I
100 Am Zinc. 40 40 40 -fty.
IB Mrlll J O . 18 38 38
60 Col F ft Ir B0 811 80 1V4
140 Klec Stor. . 60 68 63
100 i:rle ..... 86 37 38
BS Ins CoNA 16 16 16
300 Int Paper. 17 27 17 3
15 Key T pf. 68 88 68
1310 Kenne Cop 81 Vi 63 83 -ft
BI I.eli Nav.. 7S 75 73 H
40 I.eh Val.. 80 70 7
ISO Nev Cons. II It II
317 Penna It II 36 SO 36
10 Phl'm. Co.. 30 30 S
430 PUT tr cfs 10 20 10 ..,..
100 Hep Ir & S (6 66 66
860 Heading. ..11! 112 III
10 So Ilwy... IS 23 23
100 Ton IleU. 4 47-16 4
10 Ton Mln . S 5 8 4-
16 Un 0 Imp 86 86 88
8500 U H Steel. 108 100 108 3
'1303 Cramp & S 83 84 88 U
Total sstes. 14,634 shares, compared with
3700 shares Inst NotiirdnM this week, 6I.BIS
shares Isst week. 41,003 shares.
High. 7.0W. Close, chge.
1300 Am O&K Gs 06 B3 S6
1000 1M i:icc 58107 107 107
2001 . . 007. 1)0 00
S000 Ph Klec 4s 84 64 84
1100 do Ss ..104 104 104
1000 Read gn 4s SS 83 OS
Total sales, 318,000. compared with 86100 Isst
fletiirriari this week, 816O,700 last week,
Local Bid and Asked
GRAIN AND FLOUR
WHEAT Receipts. 78.784 bush. Eiport de
mand was fair and prices were well sustained
atHhe late advance, Quotstlons: Car lots. In si.
port elevator lo, 2 red, spot. ll.fiifM.&V. No,
3 southern red, ll.OOMl.M: steamer No. 3 red,
tl.4IIVl.B-.; No. 3 red. Jl.4fttfl.Ii:; rejected A,
tl.4B01.4l! rejected It. II. 4301.40.
COHN Itecelpts, 11.463 bush. The market
ruled stsadr under moderate offerings, but trade
was qulst. Quotstlons: Car lots tor locsl trade,
as to location Western No. 2 yellow, U7tfUHc:
do steamer yellow. OriODDc: do No. 8 yellow, PI
VOSc: do No. 4 yellow, vlOD2c.
CUTS Receipts. 13.407 Imsn. The market
was dull and lower, with smple offerings. Quo
tations: No. 2 white. M4Mo: standard white,
B3tp33ijFi No. 3 white. B20n24c: No. 4 white,
BOW WBlVici sample oats. 414 C48Hc.
FlXJUIt Receipts. 1310 bbls, and 810.774
lbs. In sacks. Trade was alow, but mill
limits were well maintained. Quotations, per
100 lbs. In wood Winter, clear. IU.l.NW0.ii: I
do. straight. 1U.0O1M; do. patent. 707.Mii
Kansas, clear, cotton sacks Jtl.7OC0.0Oi do, I
-leal hi Mltnn ak tlnlAll! At. nil.nl. CntV
ton sacks, S7.30W7.UOI spring, first clear, fil.73
VT.At no, patent. f.awo..o; ao.
Sa.oii3TU3 cuy mill
7; do. patent, IiW7.5ii
rs tent. IS. Ml!
choice and fancy
r city mills, regular grades
.1B06.4U! do. straight. IV.AUtf
livn FLOUR waa oulet but firm. We quote
at IS.B0O7 per bbl.
The market ruled steady, but there was little
trading Quotations: City beef. In sets, smoked
and air dried. 28c: western beef. In en's, smoked.
28c: city beef, knuckl-a and tenders, smoked snd
air dried, 20c: western beef, knuckles and ten
ders, smoked. 29c: beef hsms. f:3(l; pnrk.
family. I28.B0O20: hams. 8. P. cured, .loose,
lH',i19c: do. skinned, loose. 10V4 20c: do, do.
smoked, 20tt 021ot other hams, smoked, city
cured, as to brand and average, lOHc: hams,
smoked, western cured. lOHc: do, uoll-d. bone
less. 34c: picnic shoulders. 8. P. cured, loose.
14c: do. smoked. 1BC: bellies. In pickle, according
to average, loose, 17Hc: breakfast bacon, as to
brand and average, city curd. 2!c: breakfast
bicon, western cured, 21c: lard, western, re
fined. In tierces, IBVic: 'o. do., do. In tubs.
innc) laru, pure city. Briiiw rFiiuriw, in uritrs
IBHc: do. do, do. In tuba, K,4c.
The market was quiet but steady. Refiners'
list rlces: Kitra nne aranulated, il.20wn.2Be'
powdered. 6.30VO.f.'ict nmfectlonsrs' A. d.lou
6.13c: soft grades, 3.4306.10c.
BUTTER. Wholesale trsde. as usual on the
last day of the week, was quiet, but supplies
were smsll and values were steadily mstntjfneil.
Quotations: Western, solid-packed creamery.
tsnry specials. :iuc: exira, .MtTaac: eiira nrsis,
33V33Mc: tints. 82uS2Hc: seconds 3l81Hc:
nesrliy prints, fancy. 87e: do. average extra.
830800! do, firsts, 33084c: seconds. 31032c:
Jobblnx sales of fancy prints. 4r4Sc.
BOOB. The limited offerlnca of tine fresh
eggs were kept well clesned up at top prices.
Following are the quotations: In free cases,
nearby extra, S.'c per doi. : nearby firsts. li.lU
per standard caso: nesrby current receipts,
10. AO per case: western, extrss 33c per doz.:
western extra firsts, ID. 00 per esse: do, firsts.
I0.8IIW0.IIU per case: fancy seircted candled
fresh rugs were lobbing at 30041a per dot,
CHEESE The market ruled firm under light
offerings and a fair demand. Quotations; New
York, full cream, fancy. 104c: specials, higher;
do. do. lair td'aood, loHtflOc: do, part skims.
LIVE Offerlnca were moderate but ample and
the market waa quiet and without Important
change. Quotations! Fowls, as to quality. 10H
21c; roosters, 14013c: sprlnf chickens, ac
cording to quality, weighing 1 02 lbs. and
oer apiece. 22&28c; spring- chickens, small
slses. lstf21ci white Leghorns, according to
tiusjuy, loof.ici qucks, as in size ana w
iBOUc: pigeons, old. per pair. 25w2n
young, per pair, 18d2Jc.
DREHHEI The market ruled firm under light
onerings anu a uur uemsna. wuoisiions: f rein
Klliea. ary-pacgea lowis, i 10 box
dry-packed fowls, 12 to box dry-picked.
selected. 2aH c: do, weighing 4ft W.'i lbs.
;'3c: do, weighing 4 lbs. apiece. 23c; do,
ng S lbs. apiece. 22c: do. welghln 8 lbs.
snlr. (lUL'lc. Fowls, in hbls.. lCH-narlcsd.
fancy, dry-picked Northern Indiana and llll
tols, weighing 4G4B lbs. apiece, 2Vsct Southern
Indiana and Illinois, wrlghlns 4Un lbs. apiece,
22c: smaller stzra. 11I&21C. Old roosters, dry
picked, Hlo, Ilrtilllng chickens Illinois, large,
23V20CI do, Indiana, large, 24U2,'ic tlo, small
sizes, 22V23c. ltrollers, Jorsey, fsney. k
82c. Ilroilcrs, other nearby, weighing lit 02
lbs. apiece, 28030c. Urollers, nearby, smsller
sizes. MitP21c. J lucks, nenrby. spring. 21a
Hqusbs per dozen White, weighing 11 to
12 lbs. per dozen. IS,7BU; do, weighing 0 to
10 lbs. par dozen. ll.K3wB.BUi do. weighing
8 lbs. per dozen. I4V4.83; do, weighing 7 lbs.
per dozen. I3.30t8 73; do. weighing OOO's
lbs. hi doten. 12 7,12.fi: dark. l2.304i2.S0l
smalland No. 2. AOc0tl.23. i
Choirs stock met with fair sale and values
generally ruled steady. Quotations; Apples, per
uui, r,ruiwri-rii urrcninv, ivfl.0iii Jliusn,
I30.T3U; Hmokehnuse. I2?B(3.25; Wealthy,
i:.(3irj..d uueness, 9..n
I 75, fair tu good,
J.i.Yi'.i...,i ui-iirBB, d.iiv. m, isir iu guoa,
2O2.B0. Apples, Oelawar and MsrylHnd ier
humper Fancy. IIO.25t fair lo itood. S37B
lemons per Imx, IOC'7 Pineapples, per crate.
curs, virKiiiiM, per carrier
lelle, ltd 1,25. Hears, New
bbl.. 13 ft 5. Orapes, Dsla.
crate. 75000c, do. per 4-lb.
per car. iiuuv
lfnuins per .Hi, iuwi invaupira, ivr craie.
Florida. II M2. Peaches. Vlrnlnla. per carrier
Kioria. Iivi.xo: iseue,
York, llartlett. per
ware Concord Uer
basket, BVlOc. Watermelons
The general, market waa dull and weak with
fairly liberal offerings. Quotations; Whits po
tatoes, Mr bbl. No, 1 Eastern Hhore, li.now
IMDJ no, 2 Kasiern rinpre, ei.xowi.iiui no, i
N'orfolk" I2.B0W2 78; No. 2 Norfolk. 11,230
1.3(1. While potatoes. Jersey, per basket-
Huff St Bubo, t c ...
do wref t e
Rrlll J u
Iisidwln .. ., ,
Klec Nterege ......
do pref .........
Ke stone Telephone
do t c
,sk Hup Corp
lhlgh Valley ....
l,eniKh Valley Trac
da B per cent pr.
ao per c-nt pr.
Phils Rapid Transit
Tonopah llel ,...
Tonopah Mln ,
Union Trao ..
II () I
tr H Ste-l
Cramp t c
. Bl 32
. 0 B7.. Oil
. 311 . 8lH 8K
. szh ea't ni-t vi
, 3 u.11, UuV no
. 211 8M 2)4 8U ,
. llll 70 nuts Wli
, 13H 14 13S 14
. ISS 14 13S 14
. UK (10 OS.. HO.,
. 10J4 11 13H l3t
. 73H 711 75k 70S
. 70V4 7Bi 70,, 7U
. 204 21 2(Vi - 2t
VIA. AS 1'IU S3
f K Kil Kllti
284 2Vl 28H
SV 311 39t
30 87 89
4UH 40 4(4
L'tl'. "II 211
B 11-10 BV
, . . XII
t c Zll
... BH A,
... 44t 43 .
... 8S Hs'i
... IS 14
... 37., 37H
... 83H 80
CROP CONDITION LOWER;
LEVEL OF PRICES HIGHER
Cost on September 1 Increased 9.3 Over
WASIIINOTON, Sept. 9.-rThe composite
conditions ot all crops In the United States
la G.4 per cent below the ten-year average,
and 11.9 below last year, the United States
Durenu ot Crop estimates announced today.
The level of prices (or tho principal crops
September 1 was 21.9 per cent higher than
a year ago, having Increased 9.3 per cent
during August. I'rlces aro 18.6 per cent
higher than the average of the last eight
years on September 1.
Tho Index figures of prices of meat ant
main on-August IS was 19.4 per cent higher
than a year ago.
NEW YORK BANK STATEMENT
Average and Actual' Loans Increase.
Resorvcs Arc Smaller
NEW YOnK. Sept. 9. The New York
bank statement tin's week shows an In
crease In nverage loans of 354,903,000 and
$13,265,000 in the actual. Demand deposits
Increased in the average statement and the
net demand deposits decreased In the actual.
The reserve was smaller In both cases.
Time deposits . . .
Net demand deposits
113. .:,. ooo
WEEK'S CLEARINGS SMALLER
Considerably Above Corresponding
Period of Last Year
Bank clearings throughout tho country
during the week, although smaller than
last week, were far In excesi of those of
the corresponding week of last year. The
totst was l, OG9,OC0, 943. an ngalnst 34,920,
291,681 last week and $2,835,394,843 the
corresponding week of 1915, Philadelphia's
gain of 6.9 per cent over last year leads
tho country. Details follow:
New Tork..l,003.712,B30 $1,238,788,073
Doiton 7" 11B.B47.I1J etl.310.uiu
Philadelphia 1B-I.UJM.42J lUO.j55.7fiI
chic.o ::: s5j.'6irir -:u:um.
Bt. L-.uls.. 70.348.11112 a-j,r,iii,NM
New Ur.eans 23,41)2.013 14,IUH,81
.12.633.702.648 $1,748,083,077 4-61,8
days... 600.014.418 482.070,241 24,5
Total all title"
All cities 1
253,710 001 $2,230.1B0,'.,18 4-43.11
D.ROinilU'. flA till (I1 ilil
, ,, PmiPIUiUO. TO.,..,U.U I".- .
Tfor "week'.'M, 000,0(10.1143 $2,833,384,843 4-43 3
1,1.1 No. I. 1-J."
ill no. x. ll. sngj
per hsmper B1U1.13-
dn dn. per tlMI-lb. bag, l3.2302.Bi).
NEW YORK COFFEE MARKET
NEW YOniC, Sept. . Tho market tor
coffee future opened this morning at an
advance of 2 to 4 points. Trading on the
call was active, with sales amounting to
August . .
, . t. "IT WD. OS
V 40QU..VI H 84WS.B3
0,ri4.n3 M. Stiff!. llll
Sugar Futures Higher
NEW YOJIK, , Sept. 9,Sugar futures
opened With a steady undertone, 2 to 7
points higher. Sale .on the call totaled
150 tuna, On leading broker was a con
sistent .buyer thought to be for account of
European Interest., with Wall street veiling
a little. October sold at 4.24c, December at
4.20o and March at MSo.
Anothef Frtweh Loan Contemplated
JTAKlal, 044, -Ln4rs P. Rlbpt
Krinveh mtiUaditr of flnanoe, annuun4 that
tit 4Hrirtiiliin oormultu ot Mm Oiusbr
of Jseotttstai wtosstl lntroduaa a law an Ttsea
day nest grMs$risl4r a mnt -irfiMl a.
T .rqalrm4as tor tho lost quaJrUr c
11 in nJ8e4 aj ,$47,.lt traoaas,
NEW YORK. Sept. 9, The market for
foreign exchange this morning wos only
moderately active, the 'features Including
further advances In French exchange, a
low flgiiro for relchsmarks und Vienna
kronen and a firmer tone In rubles.
Sterling was unchanged at 4.75 tor
demand and 4.75 7-16 for cables, sixty-day
bills 4.71. ninety-day bills 4.6914; franc
cables 6.87. checks 6.87 ; relchsmarks
cables 69 6-16, checks 60 U; lira 0.4 li for
cables, checks 6.42U; Swiss cables 5.31 W.
checks 6.11 ; Vienna cables 12.00. checks
12.03 ; kroner 28.25 for cables, checks, 28.16 ;
pesetas cables 20.22, checks 20,15: guilder
cables 40Tt checks 40 11-16.
Hank clenrlnsa tpdsy, compared with cor
responding day fcyt tw rw.fa
Philadelphia $411,212,103 $20,f,84,n2a $23,032,207
Itnston..,.. 82.03.iKa 28.27.VD0I -JO. .-.Ill, 101
New York . .4P0.V0M1U 888.572,413 183,213,001
RATES FOR MONEY
MARKET FOR STEEL
PRODUCTS IS STRONG
Orders Refused Because of De
liveries Cramps Advances
on Local Exchange
Strength and activity continue to rule
In the market for steel products. Con
sumers are purchasing large amounts
where the sellers are willing to take the
business, but refusals of orders by steel
companies are still being made, due to
the fact that the deliveries requested can
not be given, the mills being booked for
many months ahead.
What Is probably the feature ot the situ
ation Is the activity on the part of con
cerns in this country that took war orders
within the last few months. It In stated
In the trade that these consumers are still
looking for steel, not having covered their
requirements: but the larger of theae war
orders are said to be protected In one way
or another, no thnt there will be no delay
of shipments on the part of the contracting
On some products tho United States Steel
Corporation and many of the Independent
concerns are booked so far In advance
thnt they are not willing to lake further
orders. This situation reflects the large
demand of recent months, and, ns some
Interests point out, all the Inquires have
not yet been taken care of.
Some steel companies report a large In
quiry for light rails, bars, shapes and bil
lets. It Is stated that some export orders
for light rails are available, while the
other products are wanted for war muni
tion purposes, both abroad and In this
luteal Issues predominated In the trading
on the Philadelphia Stock Exchnngo In the
two-hour session today, but business was
not on a large scale. On the turnover ot
nearly 800 shares Cramp Shipbuilding
moved up 3JI points to 85. Aso on previ
ous occasions when the stock has been
active and strong, there was no news to
account for It. It Is known that the com
pany's business Is large and compares very
well with the previous year. Buying of
the stock was good.
Reading again lifted Its high mark, cross
ing 112 In this market and reaching U2
In Ncw York. Ten shares of Acme Tea
preferred changed hands at 95, off 1 point
ns compared with the last sale a month
ago. Philadelphia Rapid Transit trust cer
tificates, United Oos Improvement and a
few other Issues wero unchanged.
MISS CURB ACTIVITY
Commercial paper, three to six months, l'hlla.
delph'.s. VA 4
The effect of the expiration at midnight
last night of the Federal stamp tax on
aecurltles was not clearly understood In
the financial district today. Many inquiries
were made during the day In regard to
the changes. The Federal stamp tax of $2
for $100 shares is no longer required Only
the State' stamp tax Is to be paid on trans
actions on and after today. This leaves
the situation exactly as It was before the
intsaagc of the Federal stamp tax law
There was another stamp tax on sale con
tracts, but It bearing was not clearly
understood at any lime. Tbli, of course, Is
eiiminaiea witn trie expiration or tne law,
The grow earning of Rflsteen railroad
during the fourth week of Auut were
$15,771,571, an Increase ot $$,4:,() over
the correapoaaiR w w .year.
(maud imvtnt rewtmu
ilk weak Aug.,..
Popular Interest Centers in
Standard Oil Group, Which
Makes Further Gains
NEW YOniv. Sent. 9. Bullish enthusi
asm was shown In many quarters on the
Broad Street Curb during the half day with
which the week ended, but for reasons this
bullish Interest did not Include the Impor
tant stocks which at other times were In
the group of market leaders. MIdvale Steel
swung close to 64 and there was little specu
lative Interest shown In the trading in that
stock at any time during; the session.
Popular interest was concentrated to a
great extent In the Standard Oil group,
with many of those stocks making further
substantial unlns. Ohio Oil 'sold at 250
nnd Standard Oil of Kansas at 470, with
Pierce Oil, now an Independent corpora
tion, actively traded In around 14.
In the mining stocks United Verde Ex
tension was a prominent featuie, acvanc
Ing to 40. and Big I.cdge 'Copper sold at
6V4. Kathodlon Bronze preferred continued
strong, selling at 20',i. Other changes were
In nearly all cases to higher prices.
Am llrlt ilfB..........
Canadian Car Co
Can Car & Kdy pref.,..
Kmerson monograph . ,
Haskell L llarker Car..
rl 8 Kresxe w I
Ktuts Motors ,
United rrottt Sharing ,...,
U H I, and It com
World Kllin ,
l'rslrle Plpo ,
8 o Cal
HON Y ,
OTiirsn on. stocks
Cosdrn Oil ,.,....
Houston Oil .,.,.
Itutte Copper and Zinc
Hints N V
Orro de l'asco
Florence Ooldtleld ................
Plret National ,,..
Qoidneid Mercer :.,......
llerla Mining .,
I tone Hound .....,
Jim flutter ,,..
Jumho 12xtnelon ,.,..-
Magma Copper ,..
Mln-s Co nf America. ..,
San Toy , ,
Ht Joseph Lead
West End Con
:::::::: 0i IV1
:::::::: xi'J "SB
;;;;;;;; tun m
....f... OS 70
, Ktl II.-,
...,'... self an,
:;:;: - 5,
:::::::: K 4
, 240 --nl
,.. 223 227
. ii. i
Bar silver In London today was quoted
at 32 5-lOd. a gain of 1-lCd.
Commercial bar sliver In New York was
quoted today at 6! He a gain of Vic.
AI.IIUltOKR. KI.1ZA v
ATKINSON, rilll.il' V.. 03 yrs Cemetery lane,
ATKINSON, SA3IUKL. HEIUlEItT, Wlsslnomlnu,
noillY'l.KV! a.. 70 vrs . 2233 W, Indlsna ave.
IIItKNNAN. WILLIAM K.. 27 yra.. 10.' N. S3th
UniTTlN, JOBL 1.. 314 Solly ave.. Vox Chase,
imoW.NINU. MAItY 1-AI.MKH. R46 N. 18th St.
nili'KI.BY. TIIKUMA MAY. 11, SU00 Vlstcbrr.
1IUKNH, OKOItaB J., 1010 Columbia ave.
CAMKRON. OKO. OlI.lir.RT Provldenre, n. 1.
L'Altai K.-nr.(M. iiAnim r.. as. 1020 Htauu St
CAUI.Ey JAllr.3 'D,. 4807 Vl. Merlon ave. '
COTTMAN SARAH A 78, Tison at., Tscony
CUI.I.RY. CHAKI.KH D M lrs. '"'
nxmiKPie IIAIIY M 4i.10 Ij-ln-r
DK CAIIIA l'ASQttAl.lNA, 08. 7B0 H. Xth St
I'Miii!"-!.. !? i"J -jsi weasr si.
iK.vr.rii. jtiv i .,,.. i.yr
lTON. FRANK D.. OH its.
TrTKNdKR. JOHN .73 yrs
fTK' KMaNUBL. 7(5 rs,
f lygBrtALO. JtilfN &4 1810 tv
rWNAusn. jiinn.iuin sno inomuaAn sta.
t-UiWEUH HANNAH It.. 70. Wayne, pi.
ORT IIOHACK 3(1 yrs.
i-UIIH KLIKAIlrTTH. T4 24U Orrrnwlch at.
OAI.I.AOIIKR. JOHKPII, S KOO NV tleechwood.
OKAliY 1'ATRICK J- 2220 fl. 10th at.
nltAMAM JQIIS W M378 Overhrnuk a vs.
OKEltN 8yiBi.A2.fi H American sU
UROVKr. KRAhlKLIN R.
IAI.HTKAt. CATHARINB 81 yrs.
IlilllKH ROSKNA T BII28 H 4b St.
IIL'HN IAlT.i'..t?,j. in at.
JOHNSTON. J15NN1K. 71S Belgrade at,
JoIs'as; MilllH A isja N IHih
fcANSS, WILLIAM T .18. 280 Wlfflln i
Mier-IIT MARY K.. Marllon N. J.
lion. N. J.
dARY kf.i Marllon
AHKINS. MARY. 161 lUrmltaa. at,
APi:TINA ISAllRLLA, 7, iWcmtvtoU
W1ANT. ajCORUM M 81 'WrchauCS,'
MUtU'HT.' KLllAffflTH, 7 tJIsVaa at.
ShV t!XTVArt7TrVf1i4rUi mi
..Chest nut. St.
NRWSOMR. JANB R. William U BlkhM -..sonle
N0TTAl.L.iMAa. 824 Old York ra4.
NeiI.U MARY n.. 6334 Peron M. v
1 AI.MKH. THOMAS II.. Clifton Melsrht. Tt
rilAIIES. HARRY W., Ill mns. 3 y.
I'UOII. CHARLKS. 80 yr.. Newtown, Ta.
KA.V.'lj WILLIAM, 89 yra. 4320 WIlA. sL
RKII.LY 3IARY ANN, ,
LloiiE.n5,IKSIK"i 82. 506 rrankford a.
SIHKIlOTIlAM, CHAH. ALEX , 110 N, Reew St.
STEWART. ROTH ANN. Tosmencin townsMsi.
Montgomery County, Pa.
STVHHIIITON. IIOHACn II.. 27. Rlrerton. W. J.
TATIAm. CURTIS. 38. 4710 I'enn st.
THOMAS. IIAV1D, 80, 170 East st.
TJ,At1t,aTliVA1 tv b" D"
WALLS IAURA M.
WAIU), ANNA JOSEPHINE MARIA. 217 M.
w.A?,,.!i5iPTSl.MA.BM7"L "Si n- ClearHsld st.
WARItKN. ELIZA, 02 yrs.
WKIIKll, ItARHY. 28 yra.
WKIlKlt. CHARLRS V.. 01 xr.
iXKV- JUAIIT ANN. of yrs.
Wit. I. a tin t a v n ...... .
a s lin sa, sin S , I H'l"" 11(111 1,. I Hi
WOLTEns. KtAlRENCK ,, 2218 N. Lambert,
"5'".Bi'jv.UKOKU, r. yrs.
Heights. N, J.
YARNALL. MAItT A.. 68 yrs.
nRKNNAN. On September 7. 1018, WILLIAM
K , son of Msry and the late William F,
Hrennan. ared 27 years. Relatives and
friends aro inilted to attend tha funeral on
Monday, at 7.80 a. ra from his lata res.
denre. 102 N. 33th st. Requiem msss at BL
Jstnes s Churrhi at O a. m. Interment at
Old Cathedral Cemetery.
RROWN. On September 8, 1918. of anterior
iKilionuclltla. .MA1IKL. daughter of Allen snd
llestrlce llmwn. aged 1 year 11 months.
Parents' residence, 8170 Sugden piece. Falls
of Schuilklll. Interment Mount Vernon Cem
etery. No funeral.
CA.MKItON. On September 7. 1018. BUddnl,
?.V..f,JlrJ?",1w,t 'lr. It, 1.. JE0ttOK OIL
llEllT CAMERON, of I'rorldence. R. J., hus
hsnd of c nmllne Itateman Cameron, lneral
serlces at the chspel of West Laurel Hill
Cemetery, on Monday, at 11 a, m.
DAVIS. On Septeml-er 7. IS1B. suddenly, at
Calssauqua. 1-a., ANNK McKlUDEN, wife ot
David Hails, In her 08th year. Funeral San
day, at 2:80 p. m.- Interment at Kalrvlew
DI5 ,JAinL0lT-n' Septemlier 7. 1916, rASQUA
LLNA. wife of Vlntant de Carlo, aged S
!""-. .ReislRes and friends are Incited to
attend the funeral, on Tuesday, at 8:80 a. m.,
from her late residence. 730 8. 8th St. Solemn
high mass at St Mary Msgdslen de I'aiit'a
Church. Interment at Holy Cross Cemetery,
nOR'KY.On September 7, 1010, suddenly.
JOHUl'lt KRANCIS. son of Peter I. and Mar
saret Oorsey. ot 803 N. 11th sL, aged S
If.r". .Relatives and frlenda are Invited to
attend the funeral, on Monday, at 7ao a. m.,
at tbi Oliver II. llatr llnlldlnr. 1820 Chestnut
Jl;. Msss at the Church of tha Assumption.
12th and Spring Garden sts.. at 0 a. m. In
terment at llniy Cross Cemetery, rrteods mar
view the remains on Sunday evening.
riHClint.-On September 7, 1010. at Norrls
mn, Va.. ELLEN J., widow of Krnest A
Plscher, in her 82d yi-ar. Interment Saturday,
.ttfio p. m.. nt Mount Peace Cemetery,
riTE, On September 7. 1010, at the resldeno
?. his dsuahter. lrs. 6. w. Pelrson. .Long
Hranch N. J.. flAMllfcl. 'mfe. ti nf Phila
delphia. 1'a.. and East Orange. N, J., aged 78
l?V"- Relatives and friends, also C. D.
llsker Post. No. 8. a, A. 11. i Philsnthrcptq
Idge, No. 18. I. O. O. F.. snd ofneers and
tnmstes of the United States Naval Home, ar
Invited to attend the funeral services, on Mon-
day at 2 n. m.. at tho Ollv
ma. miii .-nestnui at.,
n.OUKRN. On Eighth day. Nlhth Month, 1018,
near Wavne, 1'a.i HANNAH R . wtfa ot
Joseph Flowers. In her 77th year. Rela
tives and friends are Invited to attend
the funeral services, without further notice.
at rrlends' Meeting House. Newtown, llucks
rountr. Pa., Second Day. Ninth Month.
Eleventh, 2:43 p. m. Train leaves Reading
arrminai, rnua. ror Newtown, iss. p. m.
Servlcea also held at late residence, Wayna.
from 10 to 10:80 a. m.
GRIOKR. On September 7. 1010, at tats real
tr.CC- 20S2 North llrosd st.. MAR!
SCHWENK. widow o Dr. Henry Oelger,
Relatives and frlenda are Invited to attend
the funeral aervlces. on Tuesday, at 2 p. m.,
n.t First Church of the Hrethren, Carlisle and
l'suphln sta. Interment strictly private. Omit
GRAHAM. On September 0, 1010. JOHN W.
ORAHAM. son Vif the late John II. and Henri
etta Warner Graham. Relatives and frlenda
fro Invited to attend the funeral services, on
2LlTJ.d!"- "' 2:30 p. m.. at his late residence,
0378 Overbrook ae. Interment private.
CROVKS. On September 6. 1D18. suddenly.
FRANKLIN R. GROVES. Due notloi of thu
funeral will be given,
HAI.HTEAI). On September 7. 1016. CATHA
RINE, widow of Albert IUIstead. Sr..- sged
Ml years. Funeral Monday, at 2 p. m.. from
the residence of her son. Oeorss. Halatead.
430 Orlscom st.. Frankford. Interment
IIVIIKR. On September 8. 1010. ROSENA T.
IIUUER (nee Haas), wife ot Stephen J. Huber.
Relatives and frlenda are Invited to attend th
fumral on Tuesday, at 8:30 a. m., from
her late residence. &023 N. 4th st. Solemn
mass or requiem at the Church of the Incar
nation at 10 a. m. Interment, private. Friends
may cnll Monday evenlnr.
LKOANT. On September K 1010. OEOItOE !.,
son of Frederick W. and Caroline C. Legant.
aged 21 J ears. Relatives and friends ars In
vited to attend the funeral aervlces. on Sunday
at 2 u. m., at hla parents' residence. 0838
Chestnut st, Interment at Westminster
MATTHEWS. On September 0. 1018. WILLIAM
11.. husband of Margaret A. Matthews. Tba
relatives and friends, also Robert A, Lamber
ton -Lodge. No. 487, F. and A. if.t Harmony
Chapter. No. 02, R. A. C.i Jefferson Council.
No. 81.. I, O., and employes nf the P. R. T.
Co., are Invited to attend the futwra! services
on Sunday, at 2:80 p. m.. at his late resi
dence .1033 Melon su Interment at West,
Laurel Hiss Cemetery, Remains may be
viewed Citurday. 7 to 10 p. m. Automobile,
1,A.V;rPj ?'p.t.cn2!r. 7- 10"1- ' Scranton. Pa.,
HENRY J. MAY. formerly of 033 N, 62d at.!
West Philadelphia) survived by his wife. Mary
May. funeral on Saturday morning, from hla
late residence. 4Ui Madison ave., Scranton.
Servlcea at St Peter's Cathedral. Interment
at Cattdral Cemetery. Scranton. .
JleKENu ., On September 8. 1018. JOHN J.
McKEBNA, son ot Frank and Kathryn Mo
Kenna tnee McCulloush), aged 2 years.
Funeral private from Municipal Hospital.
MOURISSi:V. On September 8. 1010. ELLEN,
wife of Domtnkk Morrlssey tnee llyrns), Rel
stives and friends are Invited to attend aha
funeral, nn Tuesday, at 8:30 a. m., from
1K12 N. 23d st. Solemn requiem mass at St.
Ellzabeth'a Church. 10 a. m. Interment at
Holy Cross Cemetery.
JlimrilV. On September 8. 1018. RLIZAUbTTH;
widow of Francis M, Murphy. Funeral serv
ices on Tueeday at 2 p. m at bar lata resi
dence, 783 Union sL Interment private.
NUTTAI.l. Oa September 7. 1018. EMMA C.
wife of William Nuttall. Relatives and frlenda
are Invite' to attend the funeral aervlces, on
Sundsy. at 2 p. m.. at her late residence. 3624
CM York road. Interment private, at North
Cedar Hill Cemetery.
Rl'.lIKH, On September 8 1910. OERTRUDBI
n.t wiupw oi ivuuam
dsv at H D m.. a
ins. in.-u inestnut
William F. Reber. formerly ot
tents Fuaersl services oo Mon
n.. at the.Wllver HI 'Oaft Rulld.
cstnut .st,5Jlntermehtrat' Uelio-
tuiiir. , mu wi, .ur.uui-TnuiiiinH, '
KF.II.LY. -On Heptembei", IIIHl. MARY ANN
ItUlLLY. Relatives and frlenda are Invited
to attend the funeral, on Monday, at HAS
a.m., from the residence ot her niece. Mrs.
John Taylor, A33I Woodland ave. Requiem
rials in Bt. Clement's Church at JO a. m.
nt-rmvnt at New Cathedral Cemetery,
SAiTI.KK. On September 0, 1010. ANTOI.
NETTE. daughter nf the late Joseph and Bva
Ssttlir and sister ot Morris Sattlsr. Rata,.
Uvea and friends are Invited to attend tba
funeral services, on Sunday, at 3 p. m. pre
cisely st the parlors ot Morris Rosenberg's
Suns. 2IMI9 N. llrosd st. Interment at Adataj
WAKKKN. On Ninth Month, 8th. at the sum
mer home of her son Wra. C. Warren.
Sprlnehouse. p. a, ELIZA WARRKN. widow
of Joseph T, Wsrren, In her l3d year. Rela
tives and friends are Invited tn attend the
funeral aervlces, at Mansfleld Friends' Meet
ing House N J on Second day. Ninth Month
11th. n I III ii m Trains leaving Marks?
st. ft rry st 12 m. and Trenton at I2.J3
win oe mei ai imrnentnwn.
WE1IKR. On September 7. 1010. CHARLES' IS.
iber inea 'ri
celsior Ixidge No, 40.
huabsnd nf Emnii We
ni years, iieisiives
. ri orl
. ir una vnsn-
S. of A. are Invited la
aervlces. on Monday at
stlend the tuners
2 p.. m at the Oliver 11 llatr Hulldlng, 1H2A
Chestnut st Interment private.
WKYI. On September 8. 1010. MARY ANN
WEYI-. uued 07 years. Relatives and frlenda
sre Invited lo uttend the fanoral services, fss
Wednesday, at 10 a m. at the David K.
Schuyler llulljlng tlrnad and Dlamnod sta.
Interment private at Northwood,
1YORSLKY. On September 8, 1B10. ot InfaMHa
Hirulmls, at parents' residence, lot 7th ava,,
sddou Helahts, N J nCOHOB F. WOMl
LEY JR. son nf fleorg" F and Clara r.
Worsley aatd 3 vears Nn funeral
Charles J. Bendr & Co.
Memhsre Philadelphia mots gscMnot
NORTH AMEKIQAN BLDC.
"r tf 4
Do You (atHt tt Partiw
nowsdas unlesa ytm JLsftJfl. .HrsiB
charters under laws a all Males at sauD m,
nrnse. Send for lew .Cwsoeale MMwl. kTallst
Free nn Ritiuest. 7
U. S. INCORPORATIPIt 00.
I'lNANOK slUILlllNO, ftflLA.'
KS- N4iTHK I
AMW ibe aarOMe-ssalB imIsm
itf .sVr liJSsrtBR "if i
rrST'gSsCsVsviiwJer'VSt Im nails?
feta ilue wt S
F: RCHlSHlVSN CXA