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- t H 1 I f hi i 'i vw i ' \W ' \' ' i 14 THE SUN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1919. A. T T T \ mm LJ.. M ' f y ..... A COTTON MARKET II IS STILL INACTIVE OjbsiiiR- - Shows Trend Toward I 'hliglicr Levels Trading Holiday Affair. . Jriio cotton mtxtkot was quiet nnin ycitorday, but Ita trend reemcd, toward lilfthcr levels, particularly In tho after- noon. It was niDio or less a holiday nf-fa- btislncis from tho' South being re- stricted und customary fuctors receiving lesii attention than usual from the Hpecu-latlv- o crowd. Hulls strenscd tho Census Bureau's repoit on cotton llnter produc-tlo- n, which gave a total of 20S.000 bales 'of '500 pounds each. Nclll'u estimate on ylclAaB n!o of bullish value. That re- port pttlmated tho crop as 11.700,000 bales. Including llnters, placed tho probable consumption at 12,500,000 bales. Tho \firmness of securities was also noted by the upturn crowd, as wan tho easy money market. Karly In the ecsslon bears stressed tho drop In ster- ling, but ithe foreign exchange market showed some Improvement later In tho day. i Prices were net 5 to 10 points higher lit tho outset here, early buying being attributed chiefly to tho strength of .Liverpool. There was scattered sup-'po- rt by spot houses, who also sold ts at times, while, Liverpool did a little both ways. The South was nn occasional .seller. Tho (forenoon undertone was ono of steadi- ness and movements were restricted to 'a rather narrow range. There was little iof Xcaturc for either hIiU and reports of !an easier spot basis In me South seemed (without effect. After midday there eeomed to ba an Improvement through- out, tho list hb Wall Street buy-Jln- g took effect. Many options were bid .up-t- new highs for tho day. Distant 'deUvorlos seemed In the best support and December showed an lrrogular tend-.eno- y. In the final half hour prices fluc- tuated near their best levels and tho clore was not far from the day's highest marki 16 to 38 points higher on the nc; 'tive: list, but 39 points lower on tho ,epot montn, jjecemoer. Open; nigh. Low. December.. January (February... warcn 'April May T,,n 'July August \ September.. .vciviht. Is and 36.85 37.03 36 50 31.61 33.00 34.3) izaq xt'M X.tt Sl.K aoiso IS !5 2J.53 2S.03 rton 3S.10B 36.59 T 35.70 Tt SU2-S- 33.11 11 32.68 31.45 30.P5 T 29.60 11 19.03 11 28.15-5- Soots Local. 39.23: New Orlcam, 10 ( COTTON STATISTICS. I ' Last i Yestcnlay. week. Port receipt! 48,7tt 49,275 rw.. vr ) u ten Tnurs- - M.-J- 36.73 ss.is 34.53 33.50 32.3)1 31.10 SO.CO 19.20 18.75 23.13 Latt year. 16. M3 9,033 Hiporti tenon 2,453,653 2,224,255 1,681,152 XtT York atocki 62.129 59,156 137,218 irort itocka 1,568,407 1.618.CDS 1,39,009 \Interior receipt 29,579 27,743 20,121 .Keir Vork arrlrals... 4524 '242 3!?07 i Lrrerpool table Snot cotton quiet at 3 nttTuncc on the bash of 26.121. for Solei 5.000, American 4,000. Imports C9.000, American 49,000. Futures ojiened quiet at 2 to 6 points advance. Cloned steady at 13 points advance to S decline. December, 23.1Sd,; Janusry, 21.60d.: March, 23.22(1. ; May, 21.6W. ; July, 20.55(1.: October, 18.7M. Ma- nchesterYarns hardening : cloths, active. f Sew Orleans Cotton Market. I New Orleans, Dec, 19. Covering of the short Interest pi t tho cotton market moderately higher y, last prices showing net gains of 31 to 46 points. Covering was Induced by expectations of small ginning returns In the Census Bu- reau report by reports that friends In western Texas were being by pickers because of bad weather and by the extremely favorable showing of the weekly statistics. Tho close: December 40.50. January 38.45, March 5.58,May 33.33, July 31.35. i Sjpot cotton steady and unchanged, ' middling 40.00. ' v GRAIN MARKET.' J .tone of uncertainty prevailed throughout yesterday's session of the cs market. The outside Interest was limited and the markot was erratic, prices fluctuating nervously. The mar- ket advanced in the afternoon, only to break sharply In the last few minutes of trading. Thursday's decline was the principal cause of the hesitancy on tho part of the bulls. Other factors which tended to cause tho drop were the Im- portation of Argentine corn and wheat and the estimate of IS 4 cars for Sentiment was uncertain and the trade easily Influenced from one extreme to the other, the absence of outside Inter- est depriving the market of a stabilizer. Cash corn was unchanged. Weather conditions were unfavorable. CORN In the local market No. 2 yellow was quoted at 1.72; No. 2 mixed. $1.71, cost and freight. y OATS Tho local market for cash oats was firm; No. 1 whlta quoted at 08c: No. 2 white. 07c: No. 3 white, 00c; No. 4 white, li.lc, all elevator, KYE Market easy: No. 2 Wes\tern $1,044 f. o. b. New York. nDUKWIIKAT Market quiet; nsw, J3.10 473.15 per 100 lbs. HAY Market quiet: No. 1, $1.6.101.70; No. 2, $1.5301.O; No. 3, $1.4001.80; ship-pin- ;. $1.2031-35- . 8TK.UV Market steady; No. 1 rye, $17 18 per ton. WHK.VT, Including flour, exports for the week, arcordlnK to Rradttretf; nc&regated 4,002,000 bushels, against 0,700,100 the pre- vious week ana 12,335,452 lost year. Since July 1, 158,700,843, against 187,030.310 last season. Corn exports for the week 3.1,700. ngalnst 23,100 last week 'and 102,788 last year. Since July 1, 1,147,103, against last season. CHICAGO miCES. Thllra. UYE December.. January May COIt- N- Decembcr January May. OAT- S- Deeetnber May.' July.'. LARD January Way R uary Slay. POHK January m ... ( INTERIOR RECEIPTS. T 11 174 174 173 ITS ITS IT4 ISO 182 ll 147 141 159 1MS4 140 126 83 36. 81'i J2'4 76!i 82H S2'4 MV, 834 76V4 77H 23.00 21.05 U.55 36.25 36. S3 16. w ?B 1.1 3.40 When. Yeterdsjr year l.sn.ooo l.iu.ooo SEABOARD CLEARANCES. . Wheat. lesterday ' year nneiios A j res (Jraln JInrket. RUENOS AIRES. VTWEAT Tone easr January Tebniary CORN-Qu- let. January February FLAXSEED January February February Open. High. Low. C!oe. day. 176U 177U 17SH 1804 14SU 146U 146i 140V4 136!4 134S UITi 13554 2.1.05 23.15 23.07 23.87 23.93 23.73 23.87 23.S7 18.23 1S.55 1S.25 18.47 1S.S3 19.10 18.80 13.03 18.97 36.73 36.85 37.00 36.62 Corn. Oats. \57.000 779.000 vn.tm Last week 926.000 646,000 347.000 Last sicooo Tlour. Corn. week 23.000 168.000 Last 6.000 jjj.ooo Dec. grain Easy. Spot 115 153 9 705 237 230 251 rio. 13.00 13.10 6.30 6.15 2I.T0 21.10 23.0 Net Clue. - .4.1 - .43 - .20 -1- .00 .70 -1- .50 42\j 7.00 .30 Export From New York. Oats, 60,760 bushels: barley. 121,032 Vishels; tallow, 100,000 pounds; whis- key, 8,850 gallons; eggs, 1,500 canes; ye, , 62,274 bushels; beans, 13.999 bushels: grease, 80.000 pound; oilcake. 1,939,900 pounds; lubricating oil, 62,800 gallons. Pnrla Ilonrac Trndlnit. Pap.is, Dec 19. Prices were barely steady on the Bourse y. Three TJer cent, rentes, 59 francs 85 centimes; G per cent. loan. 88 franca 15 centime ; exchange on London, 41 francs 50 a; dollar, 11 francs 18 centimes. \ LONJJUK STOCK MAlvrLtiX. ' ADC I A T .Q P P T . T A M R 0 1 1 S MARKRTS Hulldnr r'-- ;.. M COUR 1 OALbJNIJAKo J : . - BllOJIT TERM Security. Hate, Duo. Ani;ouonOiiCo.,n 8opt. 2,'at AmrciATuiuo.,,i) AmTol&TelCo.,.fl AmThrcadUo,,(I AmTntiaccoOi.,,7 AmTobaccoUo.,,7 AniTnbaccoC'o.,,7 AmToljaccoC'o.. .7 AliaconrfadouCo.rt ArmourCoconvl ArmourAKo rnnvo ArtuourACo convf) ArinourACoeoiivil jMnionriCo convd IltthStiICorp...7 IlcthStcrlCorp...7 CanNorHwy. , ,,t) CanNorHwy , , , , Oanl'acltwy n LrnATKentinaiiy.n Chllliir&QHRUt). Chll'noiiTool(:o..d CI U'nouTi)OlCo..tt fl!ll'i.tuTix)lCo..O ChlPiuuTuolOo..tf CubAmSuOo 1 lo.ll CubAmSCo I In .0 CudhylarkCo..7 DrM iludllH.,.. OenKlitrt'i) (I (irratNnrlty. ...S auliOllCorn II OulfOUCorp a OulfOUCorp 0 I lock Valley UR..H IRTCoconv.,..7 JI)oldl,ackOo...7 JI)olUl'aclcCo...7 JDoldl'ackOo..,7 JDoldl'ackCo.,.7 KarOTerHyCo.,o l.oc(lLCoI&Itof,.7 LlK&MTobCo..,6 Mollnel'lowCo...7 Mc.llnrI'lowCo...7 J!ollncl'low(Jo...7 Mollnel'lowC'o...? ilrllncl'lo(;c...7 NYCcntllK 8 J'llllaUclptllaUO. .0 l'rnn)lvnnlaC:o..4( l'lt&tinni(CITr..u rrocitOamdo. . rroc&OamCo. . ,7 J'rocAOaniCo, . .7 1'rocAGamCo. . .7 I'S(;orofNJcon.7 1022 BoutbmiKy O 1022 Ml'UnDOiiar.'. eii:acDakori;orp.7 vjh Muueoakercorp . 7 SnirtACo 0 ThoW 18uFlnCor.7 UtabSwCorp., . .0 WcMKIMfCo....o 930 Service. 405 1750 4432 O S 11 714 C S :K O S 1J C 8 C 103 Rid. Ak, Adlr E!ec. 14 17 Ad Elec pf. 76 M Am I. i T.1S5 193 MT nl 91 O & E.K-- OIK pf 39 I' & L. 63 Am I'iL pf 73 P U V V 23 V 3 A WW 1 pi S3 AWW pr pf 6 Appalach 1' 4 Ap rr pf.. 21 l'n.VL. . 32 C State II. 6 O S E'ee pf 55 Col .. Col pf ., Com'wealth PR L.. 18 Com'wealth pi. ruiiLic cnuTiKS. Service bankers' Power.. CHEMICAL STOCKS. Bid. Ask Am SO Cyan pf.. 55 By Prod ....110 Casein Co ... 40 Dow Chem...l73 Du P Ch pf.. Chera.... ti Fed pf. 95 (irasselll ITS Orasselll pi.. Elec... : GSO link 4'rown Res. 91 135 41 Oct. 1931 Feb. m Dec. Nov. 1(U' Nov, 1031 Nor. mi Nov. 1U31 Jan. 102) .luno 13,'Jt June 18,M 10SH Juno lUHli Juno M,'2 July Ifi.'iJ 100 July 10,'XJ 100 Arnr. l,'2i Mar. l'rb. 1UJ7 July 1031 Oct. Oi del. 11)31 Oct. 1UJ2 102.1 116 45 100 Jan. 1020 Jin. 1021 July 1V23 1002 Nov. 192-- July IHJD 1020 July 102 July 1022 July I03J Mar. 1021 1021 Nor. Ifl.'M Nov. ls.'ai loo 15,'a2 10U 18,'33 100 U,'2J Jan. 1020 1021 1020 1021 1W3 J f cpt. 1021 ct. l.l.'23 H'U. 1022 June 1S,'21 Mar. 192U .7 Mar. 1020 Mar. 1021 Mar. 1022 Mar. 1021 Mar. 1022 AUK. Mar. Dec. 1S2J jan, Jan. Aug. 15,'21 Juno 15.'29 '23 Sales. High. Cities ....408 Cities pf.. ahs.. 15il5 \1000 fR&li Cyan Chem Kcsfc Sept. Sept. 95 185 10O 71H 3379 deb deb Am Am Am Am Am Am Am W.. Car l'ow Am Fed 1029 67COO Sub 41i Elec 90 Emp Fed 7 Fed UT Sec. 330 G&E Ont Light Ont Ohio pf 56 States M Pr pf.. Rep ltcp p( 42 S Edl... S Cal 37 Std 41 5 United L4R Ult West Power.21 pi Elec Ky Merck Co S3 Memmac Mullord ....150 Mag Alk nl.. S Solv rroc Ch BOSTON. MINING. Sales. High. Ahmeek 69 145 Alaska l\i Hi Algoniah 30 30 17 33 31 350 Ariz Com'l 1214 13 25 llij Heart \' 3 Butte Ual 25 25 M Cal Aril 6114 5 Hecla 3S7 357 . 610 Carson 33U 3314 5 Centennial 141s W4 Copper Range 431 UU Davis 13H \1562 14'4 1414 2325 Franklin 3 ZH isa Hancock 414 414 Helvetia 3 3 1S00 Indiana 66 215 Korr ft 4'4, 50 Keweenaw 114 li Lake Copper 3H 314 20 La Salle 3 3 83iIttson Valley .... 3 3 210 Mass Cons 114 114 1003 Majilower C... 13 Wli 50'Mlcnlgan 714 \li C5Mobak CO CO New Cornelia 1914 1914 ldrla \! Niplsslng K'i 12J 1150 1514 2S Osceola 4714 4714 Old Homlnlou .... 32j li 125 Seneca 15 15 7S5Shaunon Hi 1U 200 Utah 20 20 COO Sup Copper 61i CO Sup Boston.... 414 4i 200 Trinity l'i Hi 110 Land lh 111 10 S Smelters.... 71 71?i 251 S Smelters pf. 47fc 4714 CO Utah 3 3 837 Con 814 Utah Metals 24 214 10 Wolverina 19 19 1300 Wyandot .51 51 RAILROADS. 33 Boston Albany 5C0 Boston Elevated... C.1'4 110 Boston Maine 3114 10 Bos Me class Prov 100 Huston 6.1 Central., 465 N Y N U 2 North Ry 269 Old Colony .... 8S5 West End 365 630 105 B. nt. 35 COl 6015 misci:ll.ineocs. Agr Ain Agr Am & Eng ., Ainoskeag w Am Pneu 11, Am Sugar 11714 dlv.. 9314 Am Wool pf 101i Century llantern Mf dir 32 Pt (93 100 pf l.u.tcrn a s 220 Filsou 117 Elder 7 (itn 114 100 Gorton dlv 2914 193 Int 3U Int Port pf 575 Int Products 42H Int Products pf... 790, 6314 29H 4914 lilanrt Ull 0, 6, 250 I.ocw 3S1 Mass Gas Mass Gss pf 61'; 61l 110 Mex Mulllns 460 Nst 1714 17i 149 85'j 63'4 40.1 Parish 46), 46ii 2 Pullman ,.112)4 Pacific Mills 9114 94!i Boot M'i Shswmnt H 8 Rimms Magneto.. Stewart 4314 4Si MS 705 250 123 643 130 125 4910 1W 450 ICO 110 100 Am Swift 13l4 134Vs Internal.... CSV4 604 United 139H 133'i Unit pf. C21i Unit Fruit cxdlroo tlnlted Shoe.,..,,. S Steel S Steel pf 11214 Ventura Waldorf 10M)5 10i)J Solvtr X4J\ow leather Waltham Watch.. Walworth 241, 21V4 White Ext.. BONDS., River Creek Western BOSTON CURB CLOSING. Bid. Illfu-- H4 Bos Mon. Calaveras .. l'i rhpmnlrn 1 fhlel Cons. 41 Cons Con... Denbigh Eagle Fortuna Gadsden .. Homa Houghton Iron Bios... Iron La Ro; NOTED, Bohemia Ask. 1H 73 m 41 s '114' 17 CO lll'il juuo I l (lit. IllHl Hopt. t Icut. Dor. Hci.t. tfrpt. 102 Rl :vt ion; Alliil 05)f IS.'Ui oo)i Nov. Nov. Nov, .OK mi lib. 1'J.'20 Low, D L O & E 12 16 E N 63 N 19 R A R&L 86 pt.100 O & Tenn 1II.&P. T RL4P U P Hook & 93 Co... Mutual C H Senet Stand .... Open. 45 W Alloues A CIVi A Daly 12 Bulto 10 Lako O North Butte 16 South 5!j' A Union U U Apex ...11J A 49 Elec. 40 Maine 10 . 26 71 . 93 I 97 ) A T A T ex 9 ex C) .1 36 Elec ex Gray Port 27 50 U ., . . ' , 641 11314 514 Hi 11714 10114 147 3714 166)4 314 7915 9H Tel 1124 17414 l'unta 875 Swift Drug Drug Cap.. 201'4 4Sli lren 11214 1.114. Pine Hid. 07M 01)1 Oil 0,1 1001, lOOJi 1U1 in, iun 15. pi pf 101 07 07 82 04 If 001 00 00 00 ,8o oo 09 02 70 OS 07 09 U 100 101) 100 100 100 00 101 102 103 IWM (11 B7H 10(1 108 09K 08 80 nid. 71U 42H is: Hid. BJH T. nf S.. W l.t pf Ohio Elec IT L. Cal Std E.. G&E nf .. pf .. W now 72 pf. ... pf 150 Cal SS75 Km 100 Utah 8 pf 131 160 , . pf on pf 1790 49 50 Inv 1st 105 152 H e: 80 44 4 10 M 64 60 60 N E A B 25 15 64 SO 1.1 20 4 43 U 72 3o' 60 10 C6 70 21 75 43 10 Hf S6 49 40 20 1 6 1 2 .. U 1 1' 1 1 1 , 0:1 7 W ii 1 ii y II II II 81 H 1 406 103 E Pf 70 42 pi N N CO N N 10 E pf 1 Ask. 6 80 .... (S ...lfo 90 CO 25 12 99 32 6.1 33 31 Low. Last. W 114 33 100 Bid. 12'4 TV, f 6114 61)4 357 SJ4 Kii 141, 444 4ft 3ti 3 114 3:!4 20 19 63 18 34 10114 14514 16614 6114 11214 6314 13314 13914 10414 1124 Mass New Cs... Pond 6s.... 94)4 91)4 Ask. 85 144 40 70 110 100 C9 25 25 141 12 H 4'4 's S9 194 1914 71 I2i 121. iv.t i5i 4H4 471, 2214 m lis 20 1! 74U 7414 47 47 7?4 119 131 172 260 11914 3114 81 49 40 6014 c: 2311 26V4 86 72 71 42 43 93 97 23 25 23 27 71 72 55 13 22 113 51 (3 87 611 80 114 117 98)4 6 26 2914 4314 314 27 4214 79 ti ' 9 71 61 CO 17U 8514 4614 94'i 32 174 4814 5SV4 52 200 4714 15T4 1814 31 21 1 :oco c J A s r,s si ti Gas 414s S3 10 83 2000 N B Tel 6 82 82 82 6\00 79 79 79 2CO0 9114 3Q00 T A T 6s 81 81 9! ... A ... B ... ... 2A 16 1031 94 3 42 101 4 6 16 16 1 2 20 13 4 3 66 l'i 3 15 3 31 si 81 31 1, 103 90 T5 10 46 45) 61 20 60 C6 92 13 46 89 104 2S 13 6 9 24 T5 94 (0 175 IN Ui 30 33 1J J7 t 131 314 4 3 66 IX 3ts 3 3 414 V.k CO 71, 54 214 15 1 3 8 19 ei 6114 49 131 131 40 I6V4 56 86 72 43 61s 172 101 614 4S 114 214 93 97 514 80 Hi 117 9314 lOlfc 6 32 23 147 166)4 ,291i 4314 314 27 43 79t; 614 10 72 6114 63i 60 17H 8514 464 112)4 174)4 94'i 63)4 33 174 484 134), 60'4 L19)i 52 20114 43 loin U24 15H 13 34 24 1 81 82 79 9414 81 TIM. A.lr. Mldwav M.. 68 72 Mo) Tnng... 7 10 Monarch ... S7 91 Nat L 1 Z I 8 Nev Doug.. 11 17 New Baltic 24 3 VlKnll frt -- 1 Onondaga ,. 11 2.1 fugnra .... Ui ui Pioneer .... 1 14 Hanger Pet. .50 1 nanler If, If, seven Met.. 28 28 S XV Ml. ml 4 s ITcxana .... CO 61 U V Ext.... 75 rctorla .. 111 NEW YORK CITV Form, Rate and Maturity. Bid. Inter. 4',is, July, 1961 Wi liiler, 4Hs, Juno, 1965 5', Inter. 4K, March, 1963 OSvi Inter. 4H. Nor,, 1957 93 W Intor. 4h', Hay, K1 9314 4.61 Coupon 44S, 18 Coupon 4Hs, 98 Inter. 4U. April, 1966 93 95 4.(1 Inter. 4U. March, 1961 91 95 4.(3 Inter. 4Us, March, 1V62 93 93 ,4.53 Intor. 4ti, Sept., 1960 91 93 4,63 later, 4U, March, 6030 93 93 Inter. 4s, May, 1950, 89 H 4.49 Intor. 4s, Nov., 1(63 50 91 4.49 Inter, ts, May, 1937 (9 91 4,49 Regis. 4s, Nor., 1950 59 91 4.4 lte.'ls. 4s, Nov,, 1955 53 111 4.49 Regis. 4s, Nov., 91 9314 4,49 Inter. 314s, Nor,, 1953 1114 8314 6.42 Inter, 3i, Nov., 1931 JlVi 4.13 Reg. coup. Slfcs, May, 1954. . 81)4 J',4 4.43 Yield. Bid. Asked. Coupon 414s. 4.65 4.16 Coupon 4!s, 4.65 4.4$ Registered 314s, 4.63 4.45 Registered 3!i, 4.65 4,43 Reg, coup. 314s, '4.65 4.45 ncg. coup. 314s, 4.65 4.45 lies. 3s, , 4.65 4.46 Registered !, , 4.65 4.45 Registered is, 4.70 4.45 NKW YORK STATE IIONDS. Yield Rata snd Maturity. Bid. Ask. About. Coupon 41S, Jan., 1964 101 Registered 414s, Jan., 1964, .10714 Coupon 41Js, Sept., 1963 108 103U 4.09 Registered 41i. Sept.. 1963.. 10714 .. .... Coupon 414\. March, 1965... .10114 Reg. 414s, March, 1965 101 Co.ipon 4!i, Jan., 1935 10114 uegisiereu isis, Jan., jaw. ..101 roupon, 4ii, Jan., 1915... Coupon 4i, Jan,, 1945..,. Coupon , Jan., 1M7 Coupon 4s, Mnrdi, 1967,.,, Coupon 4s, 1960-- canal,. Registered 4s. 1960-- canal. Coupon 4s, 1953-6- highway. 4s, highway. 91 Coupon 4s, Jan., 1916 9314 Registered 4s, Jan., 1916 93 Coupon 4s, Jan., 1912 91 ., Registered 4s, Jan., 1912. ... 93 MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS. Bid. Am Chide.. 90 Am Ch pf.. 10 Ainalg Lth. 32 A Lesth pt. 97 Am Whole- sale Cn pf 92 Am Mfg,...lS3 Am Mfg pf. 7 Am M .V F. 93 Am Type F. 47 Am T V pf. 83 A D T N J. TS Atlas P C. 65 llarnh Bros & Spin 1 p SS Bsrnh f.'ron St Spin 2 p TO Bor 4' Milk 10! Bor C M pf 93 Hush T pf,'. Cily Invest. \0 Celluloid Co... S3 Child pf... 94 CrU W pf. . 9j D L & W Co.163 Draper Crp.142 Fisk R 1 pf. 97 Int Sllv pf. 91 Leh V C 8. S3 Am Cigar... Ask Am Cigar pf. 65 A Tob dv scp.178 Conley 310 (1 W Helms. .150 U W II pf.... 9! J 8 Young.. .130 J H Y pf PS Mar A A Fb.150 H 9t 91 .'24 92 '!7 M ... 16 2 75 5350 35 10 60 2113 1200 450 23 15 653 550 645 100 SO 100 400 25 300 30 425 101 740 2P0 3M 847 fO 10 101 2S0 COO 480 65 151 SO 2100 470 20 840 40 lit 25 60 40 71 91 13 83 99 117 90 CO 93 Si $3 112 100 15 80 154 87 93 101 ICS 145 103 10O 90 99 99 9S 99 Lth CO pf.. 941 4 95 63 St TUDACCO CANADIAN 1VAR LOANS YORK, 514s.Aug,':t 5'4.Dec..'23. C4s.Nov.,'n 6s.Dec..'25... U4iw, Mex Full paid. Sales. 13200 Ask Bid. ,.10114 Regis. Chllds Foil... Melals casket. Crp. U....Z45 Yale KV 11804 Bid. Ask.) Bid. Ask, 9414 l51tJ)ee..'I7. OF Majestic lYukon A Decker pf 95 pf 109H Tlftnth Booth Fisheries 7414 nnsroe Chi City Con 7 Plgv Tlv tit Chi Pneu Tool rts 3 SU T T ex dlr.215 Comwlth HdUon..,107 cont Motors 13', Northern 77H iioarnaux i.., 69 Holland St L Sug IS lfnnn Xfifm. .11 JiUiJp .H in Q1V.102 Hartman 91 III Brick tt L'SKO now.... Lindsay Mont Mont Ward old.lHH MItc\ioll Lnather Oals pf.. no .MOlor 23 .101 ltels Hat 2Si 4t'i Nat 171, 914 Root C3i Sears Roebuck ..22? Oil 414 Stewart Warner.. 314 Stand Gas 271 i4 Swilt Intl CS4 Thompson Temtor Pr ex dlv Carbide.... 741; uniieu rapemra. 22 Wahl 45 Western Stone Wilson si Wrtgley 83 BONDS. Armour 103 10314 Stores. 810 Drug Atchison 100 20) Susq pf Storage.... Keystone Tel.... 400 Superior.. iza avig... S63 Valley.. Penna 200 Co Penna Salt 110 Phlla Rap Tr... 855 Elec 215 Traction.. Tonop Belmont 200 Tonop Mining.. Trac 400 Steel BONDS. Peoples Reading HALTIMORK. Arundel Baltimore 634 TCOCelesllne 490 200 Monongahela Trac Mpoh 10 New Amsterdam. 165 Penn COO United Waylsnd COW run 604 pf 103 67 103 Nwn ONeiU I'neips llTait Mfg.. pl.,102 Raalle VRCo pf,..l Open. Vkh.rl.. l pf.... I Light S w .. A Union ... 6 1920... ..10914 Swift Sales. .ucnign Phila Phlla Phlla Union United 'Imp 1965.... Sales. Open, Teresa Cosden Power Water BONDS. 9614 Chicago Cons Rich ISO) Ames Ames Trust. pf... Asbestos pi.. .1034 Sugar. Brazilian Bromrton.. Car... pl.1024 Smelt.. Cement Ask, BONDS. Ask, About. 9H4 Form, Bid. Ask. pf 97 100 .115 Norton Pf. 10114 nw st.260 pf. Jones Crp Wp Co Co pf W I!y rdr.140 Hy L.. Singer 172 Br nf.HO MAP. stoll Ch TirCAO nw.115 Co Ii-- pf Valvollne pf ,101 West Kerr W Kerr pf WAR Warren pr lrcf....lO:Vi T....2S0 STOCKS. Armour series Ward Quaker Sinclair Elec ...100 6114! \284 7141 Lima pf... pf... 103)4 Bid. Ask. rorto Reyn .500 Rein ..101 L'nlv Leaf las l'nlv Lest Weyman-- ...iss Weyman-- 514s.Aug.,'23. 5.Oct..'31.... 514s.Nov.,'33. 314s,Nov.,'34. 59,.Mar..'T7... 23 Hi ltt CHICAGO. Co pf pf f'hl ity 2.. CM Gt I... pf Vai do pf R-- High. Low. Last. 110)4 10SH 7j4 714 514 1074 1414 144 2114 23J4 11114 1144 lHli 29 274 13314 10000 6s 2000 Armour 2000 Cal 6000 Chi Hys 5s 39 1000 1st 5s 91 Am Am Gas .0 Am 10 Brill BufI 270 Elec Lake Lehigh 84SO R 50 770 1130 1231 Oas S Davison H 105 1000 gen 2000 Val 5s.. 6000 gen 2000 gen 4s.. 6000 Jer 781 1000 W 10 41 6 ..it: 4 IS A V t. Ry B COWCons SOOOCons MONTREAL CLOSINO, 864 Can Can Bik Inc. pf. ,101 3174 244 77 11 6a A 61 7s. P 81 Ry lnc Ry 4s Ry Cs. 624 All . Bid. .180 634 Can fl S B 8 .... t2 8.1 85 99 iv ai 1 N J 7. 99 93 V l J K It 23 R It A B I\ 93 & R 40 V 45 SO C C SO S D A S9 S3 A 1) 65 A tit hi A 1(U ex I U A 41 47 101 173 103 165 101 135 J CIO J 11.. 40 J pf 104 175 102 6714 110 12V4 1214 74 7)4 514 54 514 215 213 215 105 104 105 1M 107 1314 134 1314 7714 77H 10! 10! 102 414 4214 414 424 1714 223 227 7i 44'i 414 274 41', 135 l'i 474 474 7414 454 109 1921. So 6s.. C A C CO A 10314 10314 Open. Low. Lqst. 394 '394 124 124 .124 8314 89, 6314 ...133 13314 132 12314 204 204 614 614 4014 40'i 404 744 744 244 244 244 6914 24 2)4 214 24 2S 314 21)4 ...101)4 105 101)4 823CO) Elec A Tr 4s. B3i 694 con 44s. 7714 7TT4 Leh Coal Penna '63.. 834 S94 Penna 44s.. 504 304 0000 Pass 10O0 Penna 44s SOU 8014- - C 4a. 7SH 13(100 Ry Inc Cs. 7S4 A Pa 4s.. 614 614 47000 PbUa Elec 1st S61i 8614 35 Sug Cons M Stern 10H , . 3.95 316000 Cosden ltow Ry Power 44s.. 794 3000 Coal ref Cs... 824 1000 F A C4s.. United 14)4 e0 United 100O United fdg Car 2714 Can 844 634 Loo 74), 43i 43)4 K'i 1714 914 634 63i 414- - 584 454 34 124 83T4 204 614 404 744 744 264 244 3414 3114 Cl?4 Peo 162 104 94 3.95 244 774 414 3614 79'i 10O 824 624 Yield 3)i C914 99N Cement Shawlnlgan River.. of Laurentlde. Montreal Suebee 4.52 4.12 4.52 4.53 4.52 1936 (314 T714 a? 33 95 350 '97 70 112 5l' 91 JS T..128 R A. R Reyn 4M R 103 pf.l!5 93 IN 93 91 96 91 92 23 18 97)4 93 13', 65 65 65 7 3 3 4 3 4 77 C9 59 59 IS 11 13 1414 91 91 93 71 71 71 2114 Mil s .1 2t) 43V4 434 424 94 ' 94 29 23 UK 2 414 0'4 334 40 41 274 411. 61 13 6 47 47 47 73 74 22 21 22 43 6 6 0 81 81 82 S2 82 Cs A Chi 61 61 39 94 65 R U 10 L 91 101 103 21 High. ... 334 ,.. 45 45 ... ... ... 47 47 ... 49 49 13 13 13 ,.. 42 42 43 ... ... 35 35 35 35 ... ,.. 20 27 ,.. 59 69 ... 24 2 2 ,.. ,.. .. CI 14 62 L V 91 93 5s .. TO TO United 7Si N Y 6s. 10 A Power 844 45 47 204 614 C94 9 61 Cs 65 CS 74 90 s 414 High. 41 101 33 10 61 11 23 64 84 4414 65 SO 20 8t 61 61 28 94 91 45 47 49 49 13 42 27 C2 6914 C94 77!, 7714 91 98 894 594 804 M! 70 70 804 &)4 78. 78. 7714 77 4 614 614 86 864 Low. Last. 41 41 162 162 10)4 1014 9 94 1.8-- 3 S.95 10: 101 34-- S3-- 4 10 10 61 61 244 244 77 774 11 11 4'4 414 1914 194 9U 6.14 794 100 '824 81 444 65 6214 Bid. pf.. 934 Dome Iron.. 72!4 118 Span 854 Poun It nf..i:sii ISteel Csn 86, moruin .r..iu ICS P.. POU 23i ...121 47 !i 61 86 1 C34 794 100 824 84 444 65 624 Ask. 71 5574 119 8(4 154 270 904 29)4 121 NKW YORK DANK \STOCKS. i. America,,.., rai -- Allantlo, ...,J1\ Am Kxch.,..310 .120 Battery. 213 225 Bowery 420 Drysnt P.... 150 1W) ll'way Cen.,180 100 llronx Nat.., 160 100 Ilulch t 1J . 53 Chaso 530 550 Chat P. .,320 330 Chelsea Ks.. 131 Chemical.,., 880 Cits Nat.... 25 0 250 City 425 435 Oommerc. ..320 Colonial 360 Continental,, 120 Columbia..,, lull Corn Xxch.,,470 Coiinopolltan 110 Commercial I,3IX Com'nitealib,3lU Cuba. 178 East )llvar,..150 Hnh Nat,. ..155 Ave.. . .uoi First Nat 0RU 1015 FcrelgnTrU 100 Inoludss . cms-ha- shar Trust, TUVUT AND SURETY Bid. Ask. Alliance bo Am riust',. , Am Surety,. . 80 bankers. . ..JM) Uunda.51tjre.235 uruoklyn Tr.ilU Central UdjodjOU Columbia. .,375 Commercial. . 14U Kmplre ltust.205 Kqultkble,,..480 I tnuersUiT.443 trankllu 255 1'Utiun V.VI UdeUty 2 JO Ubkrauty. ...405 UatMlloo... i'uo uuasonT... 130 i.lnfctCo.. U40 Lit. M.im l I'J'l cce x. ft all Trust Co. OIL. 111,1. Anglo-Am.- . 1914 All Refln..l560 All Ret pfJU j Itilern PL. 93 r,a ltrr I 91.1 Continental. M0 Crescrnl PL 32 C P L Inc. 150 Eureka PL.1I6 Galen.vSlg.. 67 Qal-S- pf.107 IGal-Si- pt.ioi Illinois PL.1T0 Indian.'! PL. til Int Pelrol.. 61 Nat iTacsii si N Y Trkns.150 North P L.100 t)l,!n 37 Pa Mex F. 61 Pierce i Prairie OAG.6W Old. tew. STKEL AND Am Bras....22( Atlas Pow.,.,150 Atlas l'ow pf 87 Bab A W11..115 Bliss, n W...4C0 Bliss. K W Pf 6S Mn V X- P.. .110 r'irh Rleel....ll5 Carb Sll 1 pf.103 i : ri- - i Colts Aims... (7 Du p row .36J Kx dividend. SUOAR Bid. Card-A- ... 20 Card-A- pf 70 C Aguirre..3i0 Central 22 Central pf.. 65 Federal ....101 Faiardo ....131 Gt West ...410 01 West pl.llS Ouanta'mo. 76 June Cest...l30 OUT TOWN MARKETS. PHILADELPHIA, Sales. a. A American Loco.... 50 G A Z . S II t 1 TI 3 8 3 Belcher 40 Brougher .. 29 3 60 5 20 3 7 . 7 41 ay ... IS MIzpali 6 nii Atlanta 'COD Adana: Hudson 44 330 105 rmn 83 246 i85 4D0 455 200 410 2So Ull 01)5 S014 1600 m it 670 160 150 71 111 ICS 175 92 1(5 105 372 tso 2211 is: 120 450 75 190 too to 136 410 119 79 95 21 40 .... 15 2 1.1 27 so .. 63 36 SS 20 S3 4 9 4 42 6 6 4 3 .... ! 3 8 6 2 3 .1 5 6 2 3 3 14 3 4 3 4 34i ... i: 15 .. 73 4 C 6. SO ' 4 isvs i 130 .. 11 49 .... 14 5 lOotham 2OT .378 Hrrlmn....350 nnnovrr Industrial... 173 I in fc Tra...J0 300 Ubcrty joo Mtropol!tn.340 \ Um-hinf- . .315 New NYNBA...45I) Y 140 I'ark Padflc.......l3; 375 Seaboard 025 23d Word.... 130 Htaws.105 11U...233 v. ,...ni 'tin Irving COMFANUA Lawyers 140 Manufac'rs.,,305 3UO . . . .3111 Bond... 02 HutTOn.,iin Nat Surety,.. 3 20 N Y ntler.\'3' r lljitv Aim. . HtioUA:T..4J0 State... .8-- U a MiT,13 Uuareo W.icnesler..l3D WJtUTAtlUi Title Mt. w. American STANDARD 2t0 112 O. ir. duu Il'ralrle P INnlar P S W Pa 85 Std Of Ind..7l3 Std of Kan. of liy.,460 of Neb.BM std N J. Irt of Tank.O hloc\.1780 101 no 350 Std of N Y.430 std nf 533 l.m k old st on\..:w3 STOCKS. Eastern 35 Vmn 1 ... l S A 1 pf 67 Here r v P pf ....ii KOlNlles-R-- pt.. 95 27 IScovlll Thomas 30 ..375 Woodward ... 41 STOCKS. 1S3 pi. ..100 MaFAm .... 6 Am CO Michigan ... 13 National N Nlquero..22i fl 75 Savannah .. 37 Savannah Onen. Low. Am W ATaoli....l2S Ark iTew 39'i 10 Bsrnsdall Corp.... 4614 410 pf 47, S3 Carnegie Lead 84 Flreprooflng.. S4 fO Nst Fireproof pf. 13 4510 tiunV) Ullleiplc... 231i 2.'5 Hrew 115 pf. 10 SO Lone Star Gas. 420 Marland Refining. M Mfrs A 11.. 5S4 20 Ohio Full Oil 204 370 Ohio Fuel Supply. 51 Nst Gss 414 1W Pitts Mt Shasta... 50c 3000 Tor 6c 4C3 f C.la. 55 S3 IVestlnghouse 213 West l'enn pf- 79 DETROIT. Sales onarcoal charcoal Columbia Sugar.. Conttncntsl Detroit Edison.... 1134 Ford Cana.il Michigan Sugar.. Packard Packard SAN l'RANCISCO MINING STOCKS. DIVIDE. Dir.. Annex Belcher 2? Divide Ext... Gold Zr.w. Hasb Tnno llenneywy... Horseshoe... Cash Boy. Butler. .McNi.iir.ra. 62 S3 Booth Comh Frac Florence Cons.. 10 12 Amparo United Kden Mayflower... Hllle... Wend. Mt.. Bailey Beaver Buffalo Chamb Cnnlaeai .Ask. 11214 Ask. 20 40 W Crown Res. 434! Gilford North... Bay CO 56 Apex Baldwin Davidson Dome Ext.. 83 1 Dome Lake 17 Eldorado Reef.. Holllnger Keora .....\ levlnir Nat.. 4flJ uncom Nl.nh. iiuiuu N iij\ Pnultini Second State,, United union Wash T... Lincoln MerT 1tpnnnt Mtge Now York T..930 copies Title tuvins Cnr... Round Foster I'ubUe Refill. South L.153 of Pt.llt Ohio. F..100 Union vacuum ....121 Stanil siiDsin Sland all Steel. Here 10714 jsues-ii-- r Mfg.. iron., IWInch Corp. Manatl Manatl Cecilia.... pf Close. ...155 Light Okla B.U2 llco 1S4 Bid. Dlv Dlv Jim Ex. 1.70 Nev 34 124 2.90 480 470 305 200 3.70 1.73 3.00 424 14 14 S'4 3)4 M.. 7.001 340 Oo EX. 310 400 230 ..i'- - Un US Junior 1514 C14 M'4 Open. High. Low, Iron Mot.. 1154 lisii )!(, Car. pf.. Motor Cnr... Allied Alto Dlv... Dlv. Esst Div... Gold Bid. Tcr. Dome ..13.75 14.25! Gold On.... soutn L'mp ...,145 Last, Knox McN Cies... Mvra Reno Revert Rosetta Royal Toggry silver King. frni caie.... Verdi Victory TONOPAB\. Mon Con.... North Stor. Rescue Tono Ext... IWest End... GOIJJFIELD. .4ackerjack. Great Bend. Jumbo Ext. Kewanas Lone Star... IIIIls Silver Pick.. Roch Mines. ITecop Amain., While Caps. W Caps lerington TORONTO COBALT. Ark. IKerr Lake. llargraves... Inspiration.. Ask. flrcenwlch. Neth...2UO Bid. PL. Std htd .723 NJ Washtnglon. \en 64 Ry Ask ORDNANCE Bid. Bid. Mat pf. PJTToHUItO. 3350 Gas Nat Imleiiendfiit Independent 2133 Sin 3.60 414 414 4614 84 54 34 34 34 514 CSV, 5i4 4!4 COc tOe 6S4 20', 124 26'4 264 2Mi 291, Aria Nev Ask lied Spearhead.... MISCELLANEOUS. San Tot Ext CLOSING. McKln-D-S.- . Illrl. .335 54 pf. Bid. 2.12 1.15 Bid. 4.30 Ninlsslnr... Ophir reterson 194 Right W. Silver Leaf. Temlskam.. 44 Trethewey... Wettlsulcr... 311 PORCUPINE. Mclntyrc... 2.14 Monet .ft.. Nerar Pore Crown. Pore Imp..., 14 Pore Tisdate Preston 31, Schumacher Pore Thomn Krlsf West Domo. KIRKLAND LAKE Elliott lLake Store. Kir and L. ITeck Hughes MISCELLANEOUS Boston Crk. IWasaplka... 43 223 380 (110 100 475 205 475 420 JU 145 240 140 195 nid. 1.80 B50 143 360 US 135 230 78U 145 130 000 430 140 173 l Ask 275 870 1C0 330 310 755 615 470 (10 718 Ut,S 435 650 115 125 432 Asl: 72 230 109 109 410 35 Ask. 136 103 814 70 1U4 150 80 W lllirti. S 93 125 125 125 34 46'i 45'4 6 44 5 84 S4 13 15 37 254 37 10 157 15.1 4 64 Ms CS4 304 514 41 fOc fc to Cc 55 112 112 112 79 79 rn iron 3'i S'i it; 1 4, 4S 44 3X 204 204 204 K0 134 134 134 20 of ..13.1 431 its 423 10' 12Ti 124 124 4M Mot 2614 2614 Mot 95 93 4f! Reo 294 ssi Dlv Ext 20 Mid 414 35 81 I 30 4 Gt 73 .. 40 86 10 A 81 liOK- - 194 95 31 31 4! 95 95 20 11 3 .... 6 .... 3 6 4 1! 10 5 41 is ... F. 1 on I 7 44 UI 3 9 IS 41 61 Mln V of C. 13.13 34 1... of 34 2 41 a 16 1:4 2S 14 E D V N T 20 94 2.1 'S 1.17 li! 49 60 IS It ii X8 93 45 30 79 49 95 15 10 10 61 79 20 20 Ask. 5 11 21 13 4 :o 7 6 9 8 6 2.1 13 17 2.1s 1.C5 9 9 .01 11 3 5 Ask. 4. CO 50 70 1.S0 13.75' 34 1914 44 2 li 47 4 2.15 17 15 2 2 3 84 22 204 7 104 1.19 19 80 Sell 18700,000,000 Certlflcatra. Washington, Dec. 19. Subscriptions of more than 1700,000,000 have been re- ceived by tho Treasury to tho new issue of certificates of Indebtedness, dated De- cember 15 and maturing on June 15 1920 with Interest at 4 6 per cent Less' than a third of the subscriptions. Secre tary Olass announced were paid for In certificates or other series and the result was said to be every cratlfylns to the Treasury. Ilnstls Abu 1 11 Head II. nnd M. Boston, Dec. 19. J. H. Hustls, for- merly president nnd later receiver of the Uoston and Maine Railroad, was elected again Its president Woodwnrd Hudson, who served as presi- dent during the receivership, wns re- stored to his former position as general counsel, and also was named a Block ISxchanicei Rnll IlUe. Special Catilt Dttpatch to Tub Bi'X ant tht Publio Udgtr. Copvrtaht, 1919, all rtahti merved. London, Dec. 19, There was y Increasing holiday feeling In tho Stock Exchange nnd Indisposition to Incrcaso commitments, Itnpld fluctuations In Kronch.exchnnKe had an unsottllnp; ef- fect and causod dulncsa In foreltrn and Mouth African mnrkets. Homo nnd ArRentlns rails continued their upward movement, and oils, al- though quiet, were firm. Allsopp prefcr-onc- o Btock roBO sharply on Increased dis- tribution. Calls on the market's resources were moderately heavy and there were Indi- cations that nurpluB balances were working off. A nmaller amount of cheap money was available, whllo 3 to 4 per cent, was tho more general rate. In the afternoon money wns to bo had at '2 per cent. Rates for advances into January ivero firmer at B and 6 V& per cent. With a further Incrcaso In tho number of bills most houses wore qffered more bills than thoy wanted' and tho market advanced rates In e. The Bank of England discounted a fow short bills nt 6 per cent. New York exchange, after touching $3.72 and J3.77, closed at $3.74 i, or 3 cents lower than on Thursday. There were very lato dealings on a basis of 3.7Ctt to 8,3.76 V&. Paris fluctuated 41 froncfl, closing at 41 francs 30 rentlmcH, against yesterday's finish of 41 francs 2714 centimes. Belgian franca improved to 40 francs. RESIGNS FROM RESERVE BASK. Col. IV. D. Thompson to Give Tlroo to Ilcpubllcun Committer. Tho Federal Itescrvo Bank of New York nnnounccd yesterday tho resigna- tion of Col. W. B. Thompson as a direc- tor, of that Institution. It will rcqulro a special election to (111 tho vacancy on the directorate. The Federal Iteaervfl Board has ruled that any director wfij accepted political office would be oblige! to sever connection with the active op- eration of tho Federal Reserve system. As soon as Col. Thompson accepted the chairmanship of the Republican ivnyj and means committor he decldod to sub- mit his resignation and the acceptance thereof followed In accordance with tho ruling. Col. Thompson yostcrday gave out tha following statement: \I have resigned ns a director of the Federal Reserve Bank In order to glvo my time to the servlco of the Republican national ways nnd means committee as Its chairman. \This commltteo consists of members of tho Republican National Commutes and somo of us outside. Including Will-la- m Cooper Proctor pf Ohio and John W. Weeks of Boston. Wo are going to help in tho organization and educational work of the party nnsl help In the move- ment to provide all the campaign funds for the Republican campaign by small gifts from thousands ct Republicans, the maximum amount from any source to bo $1,000. This plan la new and will tako much effort to consummate, but It Is so commendabls that many of us are de- termined to give all tho time necesjary to mako It .1 Buccesi. ' 0. CITIES GAS TO ADD CAPITAL. Plans $10,000,000 Incrcnao of Preferred to 800,000,000. COLUMBUS, Ohio, Dec. 19. Dlrectora of tho Ohio Cities Gas Company to-d- de- cided to Increase that company's pre- ferred stock from $10,000,000 to 0. Stockholders will vote on that action on January 29. The additional stock wIM be Issued from time to time to finance tlu company's futuro develop- ment. Announcement was made that the first 110.000,000 of that preferred will bo set aside for exchanging share for sharo the present outstanding 54 per cent, preferred. That issue will carry t per cent. Interest. Other Issues of that company, It was announced, will be at dividend rates which the condition of the money market may warrant at times of issuance. STERN BROTHERS DIVIDENDS. Resume Payment on Preferred Stock liy Dcelnrlnn; Quarterly. The first dividend to be paid on the stock of Stern Bros, since March, 1914, was ordered by its directors yesterday, when It was decided to resume regular disbursements on Its preferred stock. In making the announcement Louis Stern, president of the company, said: \Tho board of dlrectora this day re- sumed payment of tho regular dividends on tho preferred stock, declaring a quar- terly dividend of 1 per cent, payable March 1, 1920, to stockholders of record at tho close of business February 20, 1920. After the close of business for the year ending January 31, 1920, the di- rectors will give consideration to the accumulated unpaid dividends on the preferred stock.\ WOOL MARKET. Boston. Dec. 19. The Commercial Bulletin will say: \The de- mand for wool has been healthy and tho market is steady all around, with fine wools inclined to strengthen slightly. Medium wools have been less active. Manufacturers arc very Indif- ferent to now business, being sold ns far ahead as they caro to commit them- selves as a rule. In the AVest little new Is reported.\ Ohio and Pennsylvania fleeces De- laine washed, 1005J102; delaine un- washed, 9294; fine unwnshed, 70 72; 'i blood combing, 83 S5; .i .1 'mhinc 7ftife71. Michigan nnd New York fleeces Fine unwashed, 670 C8; delaine unwashed. dioou unwashed. 80092; blood unwashed, 68069. Wisconsin, Missouri and aver- age New England H blood, 72 0 75; H blood, 65067; U blood, 62063. V.t TrntiinW nnrl similar W blood unwashed, 85086; blood un washed. 72073. Scoured Basis: Texas Fine, 12 -- tv,'. ion- - fine S months. 1600170. California Northern, 1900195: middle county, 1700175; soutnern, lauwiou. Oregon Enstern No. 1 staple, 1950 200; eastern clothing. 1700175; Val- ley No. 1. 1750180. Territory Fine stnple, 1950200: ',4 blood combing, 1750180: tt blood combing, 1300140; fino clothing, 1700175; flno medium clothing. 1600170. Pulled Extra, 1900195; AA. 1800185; A supers, 1650170. Mohairs Best combing, 60065; best carding, 55060. EQUIPMENT TRUSTS. r,a tAitAwinv are rnioted on A Derceataxe v- - . Mstnrltr.ltste. Bid. n.'ltlmo'ra & Ohio 1919-2- 414 23 Dutf ltoch Pitts.... 1919-3- e S.00 Csnsdlan Northern. ...1919-2- 9 J 7.00 unman i.t.uiu .- - - Chesipeske Ohio.. .1919-2- 414 Inl ionnwesiiu. 1 1 Chi Itock Isl 4 VSC..1S19-2- 44-- Chickasaw Ileflnlnt... 1919-2- Liere u u ai u.i,ojwh Delaware A Hudson. .1922 4 4 ...ii loia.? Illinois Central 1919-2- 44- - IjOuistuio ias\Tiuc.ii 9 Mlchlian Central 1919-3- M JL at j. mts.rr s. Mo Kansas & Texai..l9l9-:- i 5 Missouri jraeinc lms-- i Mobile ft Ohio 1919-- 44-- N Y Centrsl Lines.. .1919-2- 44-- N V Centrsl It It 1919-3- 2 414 ... . .1 AIL 5.W 6.6J COO 7.73 (.15 5.90 6.75 5.S7 5.15 6.10 S.75 7.00 7.M 6.50 69) 6.25 5.75 T . tr. iQio.Ta jti.sji Tt Tenn lleneral rrelcht.1919-2- 6.7J Co 1919-2- 41', jceaain; Reahosrd Air Lin 1919-2- 44-3-- 7.00 7.2S Southern Pselllc 1919-2- 4 Houuern janwax....At-- i Union Tank 1919-3- ) .23 5 37 . ..... .a, a . 4 !- - 5 (.17 .I7 6.W bssls.) Asked. 5.90 .70 .i: (.75 5.90 6,40 6.00 (.50 6.50 5. SO (.60 6.12 5.53 (.50 6.60 .M 6.00 6.00 6.00 (.10 5.90' (.40 6.00 6.44 (.50 (.12 6.23 (.44 6.17 5.50 UNITED BTATES SUPBEJIB COUItT. Saselal DenateK to Till SON. WASHINGTON, Dec. \-P- r\?' E' Chief Justice, Mr. Justice McKenna! tlce Holmes, Mr. Justice Day. Mr. J\\\!\ Deranter. Mr. Just re I'ltnor, Mr. Justice- Molleyiiolds, Mr, Justice llraodels ano mi, justice Liarao, Herbert O. Forks ef Salisbury. Md.i 1. James l'lahsrty of Lincoln, Neb. i tKiveland A. Newton of Ht. Uuls, Abraham II. l'rey of Ht. Louis, II. 11. McCIure of Vlsalla, Cal., and H. 13. Barbour of Fresno, Cal., were admitted to inactlce, 115, Apies Bmedley, t al.. appillintj, Tl,omas I). McCarthy. U. B. ?! Msndsta rsntod on motion of Bollcllor-aener- Kin for the appellee. 232. Kansas City, Mexico snd Orient Hwsy Company of Texas, appellant, ts, the ullJ States. Amment conUnued by F. Carter l'opo for the appellant, by Sollcltor-Oener- King for tho appellee and concluded by Alexander Ilrltton for the appellant In No. 109. 103. Jott Bros.'! Ditlllln Company, plaintiff In error, ti. City of Carrolton. Argued by Hehn llruce for tho plaintiff In error and by A, 13. Btrlcklett for tie defendant In error. 83. Western Union Telegraph Company, p sin. tiff In error, va. Peter iloegll. Submitted by Itush Tsreart and Francis llaymond 8 tart for the plaintiff In error, and by Arthur W. Tardy ror the deirndant in error. UI. Tho Union Paclflo Cosl Company, petl. tlouer, ts. Mark A. Skinner, Collector of In. ternal Iterenue. Submitted by Henry W. Clark for the peUtlonrr and by Sollcltor-Oeuera- l Klnr mil X. TS. Mt.m fAr iha Ui. Wella Farfo A Co., petitioner, vs. Oscar u. layior. Arjrnoa uy i.nsnes w. oiwsioii i tho petitioner and by Thoniaj rite Paine for the respondent. Adjourned until Monday next at U o'clock. Supreme Court. ATriTLLATK DIVISION-Itece- ss. SPRC1AI. TE1U1 PAItT fore Green, baum, J. Court opens at 10:30 A, M. Kx parte, matters. burroiates' Court. CHAMTlDrJl Before Cohalan, S. At 10 :S0 A. M. Wills lor probate. Edwlu M. GcUlcr. Fannie It. Dennis. City Court. SPECIAL TBIOf-rA- rtT fore Valente, J. Court opens at 10 A. 31. Kx parte mat ters at 10130 A. M. KEFKltLES APPOINTED, (juprerae Court. By Justice Darls Schults istrauss T. Wilder Belltnny. By Justice 1chmin niley:McOee Kenneth McEiren. By Justice Orecnbsum Guaranty Trust Co:N. Y. Chapter House Com- mlttec-Oll- Ter C. Semple. Powell tWltthaus Charles T. Terry. Matter of McDonsell-Mlch- sel II. Wolfe. Matter of Lsuhlln Charles T. Inslcr. HECKlVKltS APPOINTED. Supreme Court. By Justice Orecnbsum Hsrry Itubensteln:t29 Fourth Ar. Corp. Mitchell Friend. By Justice DstIs: Ella L. Ooldstlcker:Martha Goldstlcker Bryan L. Kcnnelly. BltONX COUNTT. Supreme Court. SPECIAL TnilM (CILVM BEItS) Before Tler- - uzj, j. won opens ai 10 A. 21. 1.x parte business. Bnrrotale's Conrt. CHAMBERS Before Schuls. S. Ex parte busi- ness. County Conrt. SPECIAL TERM (CHAMBERS) Before Glbbs, J. L'x parte business. KINGS COUNT!. Supreme Court. No Special or Trill Term calendars for Satur- day, December 20, 1913, UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT. For tbe Eastern District of New Vork. Chstfleld. J. Court opens in Room 323, Post Omcc Building, Brooklyn, at 10:30 A. M. Tor Sentence United mates :Too Wine Tons. Motions Individual Drinking Cup Co:I'ubllc Serrlee Cup (.'0. Garvin, J. Court opens In Room 312, Post Office llulldln;, Brooklyn, at 10:30 A. 31. For Sentence United States iCsrmlne llarone. APPF.TT.ATE COURT DECISIONS. List Unruled Down by First De- partment. The followtne decisions were handed down yesterday by the Appellate Divi- sion, First Department: Oscar Schlecel Manufacturing Company, respondent, vo, Peter Cooper Glue Fac- tory, appellant. Judgment affirmed with costs. Opinions by Dowllng and Pace, JJ. (Clarke, P. J., nnd Page, J dissent-Inr- ). Order died. James C. Aucblnclnss ct al, plaintiffs, vs. United States' Fidelity & Gunranty Company, defendant. Judgment ordered for defendant with costs. Opbilon by Page, J. Settle order on notice. Emily II. Moller, as administratrix, Ac, appellant, vs. Maud E. W. Paullvlco, im- pleaded, Ac, respondent. Judgment re- versed and new trial ordered with costs tn nppellant to abide event. Opinion by Phllbln. J. Order flled. Maude E. W. (Moller) Paulovleo. re- spondent, vs. Emily R. Moller, as ancil- lary administratrix, Sc.. impleaded, &c appellant. Judgment and order reversed and new trial ordered with costs to appel- lant tn abide event. Opinion by Philbin, J. Order flled. State of Colorado, appellant., ts. Kate A. narbecU, individually and as executrix, Ac, et al., respondents. Judgment reTered with costs and Judgment directed for plaintiff as prayed for In tho complaint with costs. Opinion by Phllbln, J. Sltle order on notice. George Graham Rico, respondent, vs. Jacob Schnecl;. appellant. Order reversed with 110 costs and disbursements and motion granted with $10 costs. Opinion y Smith, J, Order flled. Asber nolzman. et al., respondent\ vs. We't End Paper Co., appellants. Judgment and ordsr reversed and new trial ordered with costs to appellant to abide event. Opin- ion by Latighlln. J. (Clarke. P. J., dissent- ing,) Order filed. Frank J. R.itimert. et. al.. respondent\ vs. Manfred Malkin, et al.. appellants. Judxment revoreM witn costs and demurrers sustained with costs, with leavo to plaintiff to eerrn amended complaint on payment of costs, nnd In default thereof complaint dismissed with posts. Opinions by Dowllng. J., and Clarke, P. J. (Clarke P. J., dissenting.) Order filed. Tbn Bronx Gas A Electric Co., nppellant, vs. Tbo Public Service Commlsion. impleaded. Ac, respondent. Order reversed with 110 t\ and dlsbursementa and demurrer over- ruled with $10 costs, with leavo to de- fendant to withdraw demurrer and to an- swer on payment of said costs. Optnion by Pase. J. Order filed. Marguerite B. Burke, respondent, vs. Charles A. Baudoulne. et al., appellants, Impleaded, with John A. Baudonine, an in- fant, respondent. Judgment reversed with cots and complaint dismissed with costs. Opinion by Pago, J. Settle order on no- tice. The People, Ac. appellants, vs. Edward Epstean, et al., respondents. Appeal dis- missed on th around that tbe order sought to bo appealed from Is not reviewable on the part of tbe People tn this court. Order flled. American Men's A Boys' Clothing Manu- facturers Association, Inc.. respondent, vs. Sol Proeer, et al.. appellants. Order re- versed with $10 costs and disbursements and demurrer sustnlned with $10 costs with leave to plalntln to move ai special Term ror leave to plead oTcr. on payment of cots. Opin- ion by Philbin. J. Order flled. Chester Doecroft. respondent, vs. Ella J. Carey et al., appellant. Order reversed with $10 costs and dlstiursementa and de- murrer sustained with $10 costs. Opinion by Dowllng. J. Order filed. Alfonso Lucchlnl, appellant, vs. Andrew O. Hechmann et al., respondents. Judg- ment affirmed with costs. ' No opinion. Order filed. Sarah V. Cahllt, respondent, vs. Union Railway Co. of New Tork city, appellant. Judgment and order affirmed with costs. No opinion. Order tiled. Martha Ilohmann, respondent, vs. tha City of New Tork, appellant. Judgment affirmed with costs. No opinion. Order Ai'hert Tialv. an Infant. Ac, appellant, vs. J. Chr. O. Hupfet Brewing Co., respondent. Judgment ararmea wim costs. jo opinion. Order filed. Louis Simon et al.. respondents, vs. Max Linden, appellant. Determination affirmed with costs and disbursements. No opinion. Order died. .... . . Josephine la. osue. nn auniinmriiirix, ac, .nnnHent. vs. New York Central Railroad Company, appellant. Judgment and order affirmed with costs. No opinion. Order died, Peter .Grassl et al. as executors and trus- tees. Ac. respondents, vs. New York Central Rsllrosd Company, appellant. Judgment and order affirmed with costs. No opinion. Or- der filed. The Teople. Ac. respondent, vs. Daniel V. Lewis, uppellant. Judgment nnd orders af- firmed. No opinion. Order filed. Lulgl Vecchl, Inc., respondent, vs. Socrates Moscahladea et al.. appellants. Judgment and order affirmed with costs. No opln-i.- n nriler filed. Mlehsel Meyerowlti, respondent, vs. Lonli M JoSephthal et al., nppellsnts. Order with $10 cots and dlshursements, wl'h leave to defendants to withdraw demuw to first snd second rnuss of action and tn answer ssld cau'es of action on payment ef rosts, on the opinion of Glcgcrlch, J at Special Term. Order filed. Alexis Well, respondent, t. Nsthan Harris, appellant. Judgment and order affirmed with rests. No opinion. Order filed. Th People. Ac, respondent, ti. Ontario Thead Company et al., appellants. Judgment affirmed. No olnln. Order filed. John Sheeliar!. respondent, vs. Charles W. CaTsnach, appellant, Order affirmed 'with $10 cmU and disbursements, with leare to do- - Ifenflsnt to withdraw Vm \rSf .?rnL: ,. ,',onoDlnlonr Order 'motion v prv,',w\ Kill? No junrmenv opinion. Order Bled. No onbilon. Order nled. . . .. . ... Ilsrrr L. We or, respondent, vs. uw order pjiiriuiro wiv fllel . i. nnettsnt. Ti? Mildred' Ronald's, impleaded ' te., respondent, Dnlcr affirmed nun iu \\,\';'; ments. Opinion by D.wl n. J. - - rerersell rfM\\'\\ with $10 cists and dlsbursementa and mot on frinteu vvvn i:i'?l,1\. \A\ undertsklng pursusnt to 11671 of tte Cod Civil Procedure In the sum of $7,600. Opinion by DoTiIlnr, J. Settle order on notice. Herbert 11. Harrison, respondent, ti. Nathan J. Miller et al,. appellants. Order affirmed Tilth $10 costs snd disbursements. Opinion V) Pste, J, Order filed. Flelschmina Construction Company, re- spondent, ts. Blauner's, appellants Order af- firmed with $10 costi and disbursement!. Opinion by Dowllnit, J. Order (lied, Brooklyn Borouih Oai Company ti. PoMlo Service Commission, et al. Motion denied with, out prejudlco to plaintiff to apply to the Public Service Commission for tho relief aouj;lit. (Seo Bronx Gsi and Electrio Company ti, Public Serrlce Commission, opinion by Pace, J handed down herewith.) Order flled. Flora M. IVhlte vs. Henry B. Slayback et al. Motion denied with $10 costs and stay vacated. Opinion by Smith, J. Order (lied. Loreni Itelch vi. Alexander S. Cochrsn et si 1 executors, Ac., et al. Motion denied with $10 costs. Order (lied. DIVIDENDS) AND INTEREST. Amalgamated Leather Companies,Inc. f Formerly V. Blumenthal Co.) 27 Cedar St., Now Vork City. December 17, 1919. DIVIDEND No. 33 The Board of Directors of this Company haa declared a quarterly dividend of One Dollar per share on the common stock, payable January 1. 1920. to Stockholders of record December 26, 1919. Checks will bo mailed by Columbia Trust Company. J. STEVENS ULMAN. President Amalgamated Leather Companies,Inc. (Formerly F. Blumenthal Co.) 27 Cedar St., New York City. December 17, 1919. DIVIDEND No. 38 The Board of Directors of this Company has declared a quarterly dividend of Ono Dollar Seventy-fiv- e Cents per sharo on the Pre- ferred Stock, payable January 1, 1920, to stockholders of record December 20, 1919. Checks will be mailed by Columbia Trust Company. J. STEVENS ULMAN, President FEDERAL OIL CO. Common Stock Dividend No. 1 Dec. lflth, lulu. The Board of Directors of this company has this day declared n quarterly dividend on Its Common stock of 2, payablo I'eb. l.ltli, ltTCO, to stockholders of record Jnny. 1Mb. l!KO. E. J. FORWARD, Treas. FEDERAL OIL CO. Common Stock Extra Dividend Dec. 10th, 1019. The Board of Directors of tbls company has this duy declared nn elra dltldend nf 5,, payable Feb. 1.1th, 1910. to stockholders of record on Jnny. l.ltli, 1020. All holders of certificates not rogls-teru- d In their names are urgod to have same transferred twfore tho closing of tho books on Jany. 13th. 1020. Certificates may be transferred at tho Registrar A: Transfer Co., 120 Broadway, Now York. NVolfrt to hate vour ctrtifiealti rtrftterrd In vour name may result in loss of four duidend. A complete report of your com- pany's operations will bo mailer) to all stockholders as soon as possible. K. J. FORWARD, Treas. THE VULCAN DETINNING CO. DIVIDEND NOTICE. The Board of Directors have declared a dividend of two and a per cent. (2i?i) on the Preferred Stock of this Company, payable January 20th, 1920, to stockholders of record, at 12 M., Janu- ary 10th, 1920. The above dividend Includes one per cent. (1) on account of back dividends. Tbe transfer books will be closed on January 10th, 1920, at 12 M.. and wl'l .o reopened on January 12th, 1920, at 10 A. Jl. THE VULCAN DETINNING COMPANY. Dy CHARLES E. OUT11A.M, Secretary. Sewaren. N. J., December 12, 1919. TWIN CITY RAPID TRANSIT COMPANY. The Board of Dlrectora have declared the regular quarterly dividend of $1,75 per share upon the preferred stock of this Com- pany, payable Jnnuary 2nd, 1920, to stock- holders of record at the close of business December 22nd, 1919, Dividend checks will be mailed by The Farmers' Loan and Trust Company, Trans- fer. Agents, Nos. 3 William Street, New Tork City, to atockholders who have- - flltd mailing orders. A. M. nOnEBTSON. Secretary. New Tork. December 12. 1919. American Telephone & Telegraph Co. Four Ter Cent Collateral Trust Bonds Coupons from these Bonds, payable by their terms on January 1, 1920, at the office of the Treasurer of the Company In New Tork, will be paid by the Dankers' Trust Company, 1 Wall Street. O. D. MILNE, Treasurer. THE NATIONAL PARK HANK OF NEW YORK December 19, 1919. THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS has declared a Quarterly dividend of SIX PP.n CENT, and a special d!!dend of TEN PER CENT, on tho capital stock of this Bank, payablo on and after January 2nd, 1920, to snarenoniera oi reenru si wic close 01 Dull- ness December 22nd, 1919. ERNEST V. CONNOLLY. Cash I e r. Office of The United Oas Improvement Co. N. W. Corner Broad and Arch Streets. Philadelphia, December 10, 1919. The Dlrectora have this day declared a quarterly dividend of two per cent. ($1.00 per share) payable January IS, 1920, to atockholders of record at tbe close of busi- ness December St. 1919. Checks will b. mailed. I. IV MORRIS. Treasurer. Botlnrs Bnnka, MatiMiMlilM (Incorporated ISM) 8. E. Cor. (lth Ave. & 10th St., Now York. FOUR PER CENT Interest per annum payable on and after January 19. 1920. Deposits made on or before January 10 w III draw Interest from January 1, 19-- '0 JAMES QUINLAN. President. CHARLES M.DUTCHER. Treas. FRANCIS M. BACON, Jr. 1 Becrotarlsi. B. OODEN CIIISOLM. ) 1 i Plan for Readjustment and financing KANAWHA AND HOCKINO COAL AND COKE COMPANY Adopted under nondholdera' dnte.1 July 1, IMS, rrlallnr tSsffi Creek (Coal) Company Collateral Trail 6? Hoiids. Now York, November 25, Du To Holders of Certificates of Depoalt liu',. by the Central (Union) Trust Comcsnv of New York under the Bondholliw Agreement of, July 1, 1915, relstlnr t tho Sunday Oreok (Coal) Company! Collateral Trust Bonds! The undcrslfned Committee, belnr th. Committee named In said Arreement, hI approved and adopted n plan nnd acrr., mrnt for the readjustment and financial ef the Kanawha A llocltlnr Coal & Coko Com pany, a copy of which plan and agreemmt has been filed with the Central (UnloM Truat Company, 80 Broadway, New York the Depositary under said Arreemsnt dated July 1, 1915. JAMES S. ALEXANDER, ARTHUR M. ANDERSON. FREDERICK II. SHIPMAN, Commutes, ELECTIONS AND MF.ETINOS. NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS Consolidated Cos Company of New Ysrk New York, December , Ull, NOTICE'S HEREBY GIVEN, that a special meetlnir of the stockholders ct tit Consolidated dot Company of New York will be held on December 29, lttt, at II o'clock, noon, at tha office of the Compaar, No. 110 Eaat ISth Street, In the Dorouih tt Manhattan, City of New York, for ths fol. lowlnc purposes: , 1, To consider tha proposition, whlsh hu been approved by the Doard of Truiteti, that this Company create an Issue ol $35,000,000, aeirreiate principal amount, Five Year Secured Seven Per Cent. Convtr tibia Oold Donds, to be dated as of Februsr; 1, 1920, to mature February 1, 1925, t bear Interest at the rate of 1 per annum, payable quarterly, to be aecured by thi pledge of certain shares of atock belontliif to the Company, and to be convertible, st the option of the respective holders, on Feb. rusry 1, 1922, or on any Interest day thsrs. after, Into an equivalent amount, parvalui, of this Company's capital atock; , To authorize and consent to such Inns and the pledge of tbe said stock as security therefor, and to provide the terms and era. dltlons of the said issue; and . To transact such other business as mav properly come before the meeting. Transfer books of the Company will be closed, on December 12, 1919, at 12 o'clock, noon, and reopened on December 10, lil, at 10 o'clock A. II. By order of the Doard of Trustees. OEO. B. CORTELYOU, President R. A. CARTER. Secretary. ASIA MANKIND CORPORATION. A Special .Meeting of the Stockholder! of Asia Uanklnr Corporation has been called by the Board of Directors of tht Corporation and by the President and will be held at No. 110 Broadway, Borough of Manhattan, City, County and State of Ntw York on the 23rd day of December, 1119. tt 11:15 o'clock In the forenoon of tbat dsr for the purposes of (1) Voting upon a proposition to de- termine whether the number of lit directors shall be Increased from fifteen, the present number, to eighteen: (2) Voting upon a proposition to extend and alter the organization cer- tificate of Asia Banking Corporation by adding thereto a new and addi- tional paragraph designated Eighth, as followa: \Eighth; The number of director! necessary to constitute a quorum shsll be d of the total number of dlrectora.\ (3) Transacting any and all other business that may come before tht meeting. Dated New York, December 13th, 191) R. A. SHAW, Secretary. THE MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a meeting of the stockholders of tali Bank will be held at Ita office. No. 42 Wan Street, New York, on January 13, 1920, st one o clock P. M., Immediately after tht close of the regular election of director!, for the'purpose of voting on a proposition to liquidate tho Bank as a National limit and of authorizing In writing the Director, to execute a certificate of organization si a State Bank, as required by the New Yorlt Banking Law, and to take, and to author- ize the Directors to take, auch other action as may be necessary to cause Its liquida- tion as a National Bank to become effe- ctive, and Ita corporate existence as a Stats Bank to begin; and to transact such further business aa may come before tht meeting. Dy order of tbe Board of Directors. O. K. PAYNTER, Cashier. Dated, New York. December 13. 1919. To the Stockholders of THE FIDELITY AND CASUALTY COMPANY OF NEW YORK: PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a special meeting of tho stockholders of The Fidel- ity and Casualty Company of New York will be held on December 30th, 1919, at 11 o'clock noon at the oltlce of tho Company No. 92 Liberty Street, Borough of Manuai-tnn- . City of New York, for tho purpose of voting upon a proposition to Inrrense tin capital stock of tbe Company from $ 1.000 tl.O, consisting of 10,000 shares of tho pnr value of $100 each, to $2,000,000, to con- sist of 20,000 shares of tbe par value of $100 each, and to fix the price at which and the terms and conditions upon which the new stock shall be Issued. DY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF DIREC- TORS. ROBERT J. HILLAS, President. THEODORE E. OATY. Secretary. New Tork. December 1Mb. 1919. THE HANOVER NATIONAL DANK of the City of New York. New York, December 13, 19U. Notice Is hereby given that the annus! meeting of the shareholders of this b.ink for the election of Directors to serve dur- ing the coming year and for the trsnt-actio- of such other business as may .omt before the meeting will be held at tbt banking house, Nassau nnd Pine stre't., Tuesday, January 13th, 1920, between tbt hours of 11 o'clock A. M. and 12 o'clock St. WM. B. CABLE. JR.. Cathler Notice Is hereby irlven that the anm al meeting of the Stockholders of IV Ill'll-TO- & COMPANY for the election of dire, tors for the ensuing year and for such nther business o shall bo leKnlly brought Vfore It will be held ot the office of the romping 220 Greenwich Street, Borouich of Manhat- - Inn Pnnnlv nf Vow Vnrlr. f'lt- - and StaM of New York, on Saturday, January 3, HJO, nt 12;00 o'clock nnnn. J. K. HORNRErK. peerelarv DIVIDENDS AND INTEREST. TEXAS PACIFIC COAL AM) OIL COMPANY. 24 Drond Mreef. New York. December 13. 1n' The Executive Committee has d- rlarel the usual quarterly dividend oi on snJ one-hn- per cent, (l'-it- and a speeial dividend of five and one-ha- pe- - '\\ (SH'J). both payable on January 1j-- to the stockholders of record at the clost of business on December 20, 1919. Dividend checks will bo mailed In tht usual course. EDGAR L. MARSTON, PresHent. STEEL & TUBE COMPANY OF AMERICA The Board of Directors has dedartd lh- regular quarterly dividend of t'.l 'n tht \Ci Cumulative Preferred Stock if th\ Company, payable Jnnuary 1, l9-'- ', t1 ''\ stockholders of record nt th t b'l.i- - nrss December 20, 1919. The trsn-'-- r books will remain closed until 12 oi.U'k noon January 2, 1920. A, A. sciiij;m\.i:ii. President and Trcini' r VOTICK TO STOCKIini.nEllS TIMES StJl'ARE AUTO MTPI.Y ( 0., ff .New lork, ueccmh'T i. i\' ' The Directors bavn tbls dsy ( Ured regular quarterly dividend of mi rrererreu dtocK or tn-- i,i!nD.tn i January 1st, 1930, and p.iabl- - mi ' \ 20th, 1920. to stockholders of r, \rd a 'I\ cloe of business on December list 1H9 Transfer boclis will bit clus-- il fror.i - cember Jlst. 1919. tu Janunrv mill. ' THE HANOVER NATIONAL BANK of the City of New ok. New York, December 19 l '1 Tho Hoard nf Directors te this d. \- - oiared a Dividend of EIGHT PER I VI payable on and utter January 2nd. I\-- \ 'n transfer books will remain closed fr A De cember 20th, 1919. until mat date WM. K. CABLE. Jr . Cah'r THE IMPORTERS TKXDEIIS NATIONAL BANK OF NEW OllK New York. Dec. 19th. A dividend of Twelve Per Cent hi today been declared by this bank, paiawi on the 2nd day of January neit. to s.ie holders of record at the close of buslneti December 19th, 1919. C F. BEGAN. CashKr. THE HANK OF AMEBIC V New York. Dec. 19. 1919 The Board of Directors lias de- clared a aeml-annu- dividend of s.xte- (16) per cenL, free of tax. pay.ibl J 2. 1920. to stockholders of recort of tn i date, W. 1L UENNET, Cashier.

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