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PltlAWCIAC. THE ' NEW ' YORK 'TIMES. ' MONDAY. AUGUST 15. ' 1921. FINANCIAL ID WE HAVE ORDERS IN R H. Franklin Coitl U Pfd. Ingersoll Hand ; Geo. P. We Com- U Pfd. Liggetts Int. Ltd. Com. & Pfd. Chicago Transfer & Clearing Solvay-Process 5. 1938 Nat. Conduit & Cable 6, 1927 Brit Empire Steel Com. & 2d Pf. American Brass Goodyear Tire Sc R. Com. & Pfd. Firestone Tire & R. Com. & Pfd. Firestone Tire 6V Pf& Chic. Burlington & Quincy ' -Beaver Board Pfd. Gwynne Bros. Mnmherm . 1 9rf TcL Braae! 5270 ' Mtnctt Crehatcge 2S Bresa! St, N. T. Pacific Oil Co. Atlantic Gulf Int. Merc. Marine Endicott-Johnson Int'i Nickel Co. are feature" articles in current issue of Financial Forecast" jla far Circular . t. gent itKot obligation. MS -Wolfe si Co. Meenbees eeei.roTf e sroca trcMAMoc oe kimvcn hW VOU CUM MttUf 41 BROAD 3T..-NCW. YORK Prion: Bread ZS Phoni Rector 4061 w E H A V E O R D E R S I Harper Bros. In.S's,, 956 Orchard Coal 6's, 1926 Perm Mary Coal 5's,1939 Consol. Utilities 8'sf 1925 S.Cam. Ry.g.m.5's, 1 939 N. Y. City 3y2 Vl 953 Inquiries Invited nASHUSSEfl & CO. Ill Broadway New York WE HAVE ORDERS IN Ameir. Gas & Elec. Com. Calif. Ry. & P. Prior Pf. Geo. P. Ide Com. U Pfd. Republic Ry. & Lt. Cm. Un'd Rys. Inv. Pf.(Unl.) Winch. Co. 1st & 2d Pf. KIELY 6- CO. 40WalISt-NY j?I'Jo.in6JJO The Mengel Co. Goodyear T. & Rub. -Willys Corporation Guaranty Trust General Baki: C. C. Kerr & Co. li 2RtorSt,N.Y. rW 6780 Rector ARGENTINE GOVT. - Arceatiat 4. IM7 AnreaHlne KaJlwar Keclaaloaj 4. argentine in 1"3 Voamde 104) Plceee Argewtta 5 i4i rounds Sw Fleer-, "reach 4s 1911 Preach Victory 5 1931 jfJUNHAM 6 (ja SPECIALISTS 43 Exchange Place. Nsw York Tfi'pA.t. 3(A-ld Hamaver Com'wealthHotelConstr. Gen. Baking Com. & Pfd. renna. Coal & Coke: J.K.Rice,Jr.&Co. Pw a K1 tn 4A10 John. S Wall St.. N.' T. '.. Sugar Securities - We hene ordcrt in Central Aguirre Sugar ,- - National Sugar Refining' West India Sua'. Finance Pfd. FARR & CO. U err, Sera New York "lock T'f aaanc 133 Frcnt St. fCor. Pina) T-tec.-rm.. John Liberty Bonds Bought and Sold for Casi FURDY, ftffitiCK i RIDER. Int 5a 11m ... jr. t. TrL 11 Jeha Cities Service (all u.ue) Montana Power Trans. 5 'a. 1933 Eaatera Steel 5'. 1933 French & Italian Bonds Rodney (EL Co. S3 Broadway Tel. VfoiteaS 1432 TAKE OYERDEFUHGT SUPPLY CO. Recently Organized Concern's -Financial Plan Authorized by Public Service Board. PROVIDES HEAT AND POWER John O. Hurd, Former" Secretary of Guaranty Truat Co., la President ''. . of New Corporation. The Public Service Commiision . announced yflrc!jr Jt had been notified that th propertlea. franchls and bu.l-neaa f the New York Steam Company, which ceneratea and aella ateam throuch a rtem of tret piplnj. to office bulldinc. private dwellina-a. factories and planta In New Tork City, have been taken over by a nw company, to be known a. the New Vork Steam Corporation. The New York Steam 'Company went Into the hand, f receiver. n 1818. and the entire property waa eold at fore closure thia Summer to Moaes. Pope. Jc .Trainer. Inc.. an enrlneerinr rirm James 1). Hurd is President of the new company. He resigned as'asalstant secretary of the Guaranty Trust Com pany to take the n;w oost. Ceorf 1 Hubbell Jr. U Treasurer. The Directors err James 1. Hurd. Frederick Pope. Ceorge U. Hubbtll Jr.. G. R. Cotrelle. O. f. Hurd. Ci C. -St. Johns and Philip Kussell. Trayis II. Whitney, former Public Service Commissioner, represented the new concern In proceedings lt wek bfore the new Public Service Commission, which authorised the com pany to Issue 20. OX) sharea of no par common stork. fXf.000 in mortfaces on 1U real ctate.'and $2.3O0.Wi0 In 8 per cent, ceneral mortgage bonds. The bonded Indebtedness is limited to K.700.000. The new. company's certificate of incorporation filvfcs Its capital aa $?5.000. but it la about to acquire property worth millions. Therefore, the Public Service Commission lias ordered an Immediate appraisal. In order to oprn the books on a basis ."found on Its true" capital." The 8 per cent, general mortgage bonds are to be brought out by the Guaranty Trust Company at trustee, with pro-alslona for a sinking fund. William A. I'rcndrrgast. Chairman of the Public Service Commission, said In a. statement yeterday, concerning- the commission's approval of th sinking fund . ' " Sinking funds In general are objectionable, sine they withdraw and hold at a nominal rate of interest, or at no interest, current cash which could be, uted more profitably In the business of the corporation. It has been said that sinking; funds at the best can hardly earn more than 1 or j p. r cent., while Invested In tne business they should be mu to earn lo lk-r cent, or more. " There tu. however, in the mortgage a cUn for the retirement of bonds by lot. and tnuKuiuch a these bonds bear per nt. Jnterest. it will probably not I worn la in uiKauvantage or tli corpora-lion to use thU money to rid itself gradually of obligations bearing so high a rat" of inlfrat. stripping the -corporation in brlmlf,of the bondholders, and at the expense of the consumers, will be prevented by the corporation's covenant to maintain an account for depreciation of capital amounting to $9!,-Ihxi a year, plus 2 per cenu. of the cost of additions. "The -money to be set aside for the Kinking fund is to be 20 per cent, of the net Income of the corporation after all deductions). -Th minimum set aside each year Is to be S.1O.0OO. " The applicant corporation asks leave to sell or exchange its bonds not to ex-ced I1.000.x) at not less than eighty, following the practice approved by the tumimlmlon. thi. discount of 20 per cent, should be amortized over the period of the life of the bond. If the stockholders, however, desire to contribute this 20 per cent, from the surplus which might equitably belong to them. I am of the opinion they should be allowed to. do so under the peculiar circumstances In which this new company finds Itself. Th value of the properties purchased with the proceeds from these bonds is far enough in excess of the face value cf the bonds to allow such adjustment onthe books of the new company." CHILE HOLDS UPCONCESSION Congress Must Act on Extending Term to British Railway. J SANTIAGO. Chile. Aug. 14. The recent decree extending the term of the concession to a British railway trans- hportln)? nitrate from tlfe Province of Tarapaca was recalled by President Aleasandri today after receipt of a report by the Council of State that It woutd be necessary for the concession a ftnnmvnl hv Conrress. . This qwsllon caused a ministerial ; rriids a few days ago. the solution ca! which hs been In abeyance pending the J report of the council. President Ales-tutndil now has confided the organira-tion of a new Csbinet to Hector Tran-eibla Laso. radical Senator for Anto-J f.-tgalta. The new Ministry will have as 1'orelgn Minister Kmesto Brros Jarpft. liberal, at present Under Secretary to the Foreign Ministry. The other Min-lsts will be designated next week. BRITISH ROADS RETURNED. MORE GERMANS WORK; SPAIN'S TRADE GAINS Economic Plight of Europe Otherwise Grows Steai'dy Worse, - American Consuls Report. ; , Special lo thm Xew York Times. WASHINGTON. Aug. "14. Cabled reports to. the Department of Commerce from Its agents In Europe all stress a continuance of bad economic conditions except In Sp.!n,. where conditions in general throughouL-the country are satisfactory. While Howard W. Adams, the department's representative In Berlin, cables that there has Jeen little improvement In Germany In the- past month, he notes that there . Is" a decrease In unemploy ment, due ' to seme extent Xa Increases activity in the automobile, textile. Iron and machine branches of Industry. In Austria the financial condition is stead ily growing worse. : -. . " ilr. Adams reports" 4hst..-the ; foreign trade of Germany for 1020. stated in double centner a double ctntner being equal lo 220 pounds was 198.000.000 for exports and lS8.000.ufiO for Imports. , The value of exports in paper tyarks was 6D..VX.00n.000 marks. 'r . . George Wythe at Vienna notes that there was a rapid decline ln.-he"" exchange value of the Austrian crojrn during tu latter half of July. . " It U suggested." he remarks, ".that this decline was in great measure due to- Increasing Inflation and 19 the fact that little hope Is now entertained for financial assistance under the jPLtD proposed by the League of NatiorW The American Consul at Vienna reports, that in July " declared " exports to the TnHed States from Austria amounted to 173.307 and consisted chiefly of PPef. cotton snd wooden manufactures. This exceeds the value of exports to the lnited Statts for any prior month of the year. In the first seven months of U21 export" to the United States amounted to 1.03 7. 04 2. , . . .. The general - economic crisis still exists In" Belgium. Leigh Hunt, at Brussels, reports. Between January and t..- imirt from the United States in creased about lO per crent. over the same ..iv.t iiio hlle exports to the United States decreased 25 per cc Donald U. Rreed reports from I that both the imports Czechoslovakia are exchange continues GRAIN HEN RALLY TO URGE RATE CUT Will Present Arguments to the Interstate Commerce- Commission Today. "DIRT FARMERS" JOIN THEM Carriers Expected to Reply That Present Rail Returns Make Re-duction Impossible. WASHINGTON. Aug. 14. Grain men from practically every State west of the Mississippi River are here prepared to begin tynorrow ' presentation of testl- Jroony before the interstate v-omraerw Commission intended to snow cau?e lor (eductions in freight ratea on grain products and hay. The hearings are expected to continue five days. - mrt farmers" have Joined -with grain exchanges, boards of trade and bankers of theV West in urging reductions. Sunburned ralsera.of hay will go on the witness stand with agricultural college economists in an effort to prove thai grain and hay production will decrease if relief is not given. Among the witnesses called to testily as to economic conditions is Secretary of Agriculture Wallace. Four days probably will be required for the supporter of reduced rates to II,..,, iMtlmonv. The cai-riers. in rebuttal, will contend that present low returns from railroad operation will not permit the reductions afcaea. indie tea. The a-raln rate case grew nt. rague and exports of decreasinr. Hollar to rise. The- lndus- "Quite an Increase In unsmpiojmeni is to be noted." my Mr. Breed. In Italy, according to the report cabled by A. A. Of borne from Rome the revenues of the Italian Government In the year nded June M Increased nearly :t per cent., but a deficit of 10 .30i -000.IO0 lire is shown in the f.;"l statement of the Minister of the Treasury. In Jvly Iire exchange. In terms of dollars, declined 14 Pr cent. PRICE OF PARIS BREAD CUT. Cent a Pound Lopped .Off, While Milk Is Raised a Cent a Quart. PARIS. Aug. 14.-The Bakers' Federation has decided to reduce the cost of bread one cent a pound commencing on ATh'e "milkmen have increased the price lw ront a ouart. the increase becoming It is out of a rcmDlamt filed July 7 By a aeiegaiion from Kansas, headed by Clyde m. , kmo. Chairman of the Kansas Public Utilities Commission, declaring that " present Interstate ratea on ' grain and hay are prohib!tor- " and that fter P2e producing costs--and freight rates very little. If any. return accrues to the grain and hay producer." ' ' , . "This condition, if prolonged, would lead o bankruptcy of the grain and hay produc ers of the West." Mr. Reed continued. " Banks at the present time are i rinri,.!,'! tn onllect loans on farms snd farm products, and grain and hay hlnpers are being forced on the market with their products at a sacrificial price to obtain funds to liquidate thlr debts." , . While the hearing technically is before Commissioner Iewis alone, lt was set to be held In Washington in order that as mnnv members of the commission as possible would be able to he ar the testl-nronv. Commissioner lewla has Indl-cat-d that the commission would call for arguments as soon as .the evidence la closed, dispensing with the delay Incidental to preparing and presenting brlefic. The committee presenting the case proposing reductions consiwtx of Clyde M. K.'.d. Chalrmun: J. J. Murphy of &outh, Dakota. Fred W. Putnam of Minnesota. t'harles Webster of Iowa and T. A. Brown of Nebraska, members of the Railroad Commissions of those States. Assisting them are John K. Benton. coun.-eL for the National Assoc-latlon of Rallwav Commissioners; Clifford Thornc. counsel for the National Farm Organization; Richard Hopkins. At-tcrnev General of Kansas, and Dwight N. Lewis. Chairman of the Iowa commission. FOREIGN EXCHANGE RATES Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Ax. IX.VtOX. tenuand. --C.blx. ' IVgYt. Uw. H'rh. Iw- 1 Jilt. ..3.TH S.S.-5S 3. TO'-. 3.7j! 3. MS 3.7I4 . .3 TV 3.S4S 3.W 3.IWW 3 '.'.W Jl.' V it..jM a.iu a.M 3.fci jjv ,ic; I...Vfrii S.r..M4 3.JWH 3.HTV. 3 r.' 3 TV IS. .3 7 3.AHV 3.VKU S.KTi. 3.fVr, 3 7 13. .3.644 3.4li SOP. 3.tf7U Mj, 3.0 weens range Hiith 3.72H'Monclr 3.T3i Monday Low 3.cVJ4 Monday i ft4' Monday Year t tnt Hih.....,4 f i May 19 4 01 May ! ,..3.iaV Jan. ,3 3i4 TARIS. Jan. U flK-ttsvrlaiMt. Hr!(ium. Auatrla. ' , lm, r"h. I"em. Cm b- t-ii. tb. Aug. .17.cH 17.IO M1H 7-f3 .15 .12' Ax. 9. !. 1.T 7.i T.V, .11 .IIS Ao. lO.TrtM ! t.5S 1JH .14 -I4, Aua. Jl.l.t7 !: ' 7H 7.si .11 -Jt Au. 12. ! I.2 T.CCH, T.f l .1.1 .13', Ao. lS.l.f lct.02 Ul .12 .13 Week's rang: Hlah :..17. 1T.IO T.7t T.T5" . .It's Low ,...!. l.T T-i3 -It .UH Year to date Higa ....li.ci a,-7 g.7ll J3I M MarUUyl41aaliLa.rlt JJ to w 22 1.1.JJ e.lU H 13 .11 ,im RECORD OF TRAHSACTIONS. New Tork ' fttock Aug. lO : . BTOCKS i:i. len1ay .. S7,X Tvewlar .. 2".cl.- Wedne4y M3 Thnray.. , W1 Friday ... 4H.i Bturday l.o!0 lUxhasca. aeali andad nr. lj.r.i 4'7.77."i : !,.VI 7Vi.r-.-l t i: 'l HT4.I 717 Ex elod Sua. Aug. Aug. Aug. Au. Hih. Law. La at S..s.n 1. .7.3 11..T.H.i H..T.M 13. .7.83 Wcek'a ranc High ...8.2 Low ........7.74 Year to I 'a'e High St May 19 Low 3.0 Jaa. 4 H I rh L Low 1 u 7.!S J.S 7-a.-.1 S.P0 7.7iii I.Wi, 7.74H 7.77 7.SJ 7.JOV, 7.7ci 7jeji4 T.JVjJ, l.KZS T.. 7.i:v, 7.V.S 7.1,21, 7.K'.ii 74 7.7, LSI 7.bt 7.83', 7t I.8JV Monday 8 fW'4 Monday Tuesday 7.74', Tueaday 8 81 u'y 10 &.tH4 Jan. 4 . ' ITALY. ' " - femand. Cables. - HtRh- Low. Last. High. Low. Last. .:4..V 4.34', 4..-'j 4.f.4 -4 5 4 51 4.;U - 4.3d 4.46'4 4.3Tii 4.aI'i 4.3.1 . 4.3d 4.;S 4.33V, 4.3ttl,J A.SV-i 4.4414 4.42S 4..M 4 4.1 4.ft 4.3( 4.42S 4..W4 4.r.9 4.37'i4.33H .41V 4.38 4.40 Aug. Aug. 0..4.4H Aug. J0..4 j: Aug. If.. 4.42 Aug. 12.. 4.42 Au. 13.. 4.41 . r week a rang High ..4.i4 Monday Low 4.34Vs Monday Year to date-High 3.70 Ma. 13 Low ........ .3. 40 JaR. 4 SPAIN. IVitiand. Ixw. Last. 12.04 13.13 4.34, Monday 4.33 Monday i .ff!i.Mjr 13 ' 3.-41 Jan. 4 12.94 12.92 12.03 12.8S T2.02 12.i'7 12.17 12 M 12.H3 High. Aug. 8..I3.SO Aug. P.. 13. OH Aug. 10..13.4IO Aug. 1I..13.O0 Aug. 12..13.0-. Ang. 13..12.P.1 Week's range- High 13.20 Monday Low 12.K Saturday Year to date High 14.23 Feb. Low 12.45 May HOLLAND. Demand. High. Low. Last. SO.nn 81.2.1 30.IN .1O.03 30. MI 31.02 31.10 81 .On 31.10 31. H 31.13 Itlch. 1.1.22 13.11 13.02 13.02 1 3.l7 12.1(7 -Cables. - Low. Lut, 12. tHl r.'.l2 12.1d 12.K4 12.K7 12.1W 13.13 I2.S4 11. W 12. ni 12.( i2.n.- 13.22 fnnilay 12.KO Saturday 14.23 Fab. IS 12.46 May 13 8.31.2-1 .31.10 10.31.10 11. 31. 11 12. 31. IS 13. 21 .2-1 Week's range- High ...31.23 Monday Low ....30.90 Monday Year to dac Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. rtii. High. Low. lancrr 31. 3.1.12 31.12 31.17 81.20 31.23 3O.02 30.02 SO .OS 31.04 31.10 SI. 13 31.21 3O.0.1 31.O0 31.12 31.12 31.15 31.27 30.82 Monday Monday 3ft .3.1 30. 4G High S0.2S May 11 Low 30.44 Aug. 3 GERMANY, Demand. High. I.vw. Last. Ulffh. Low May 14 Aug. it -Cables.- Laiit. A..1.2Ki. 1.23'4 1.2 1.2tr!i 1.24 1.2H, 9..1.23 1 . 23Vi 1.23H 1-23V, 1.24 1.24 10. .1.24U '1.23i 1.24 1.24 1.24 1.24V, 11. .1.24 1.2214 1.2.1'i 1.24W I.2:!4 1.23 12..1.22U 121 121 4 1.224 1.21V. 1.21 13. .1.19 1.10 1.17V 1.1 11 11 1Mk'i rnnnc High .:!. 2! Monday I.2 Monday Low 1.16 Saturday 1.10 Saturday Year to date m.K 1ST Jan "4 1.S7'iJan. 24 Ijuv l.lG'i Aug. 13 1.10 Aug. 13 Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. .1.S7 Jan. 24 l.lutt Aug. 13 SCANDINAVIA. Cooenhaaen. Stoekhftli Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Aur. Week's Hish ... Low Year High . I (em. 8.13.WO O.I.I..VI 10.11.(1 ll.13.K1 12.1.1.0.1 I3.1.1.1 rangi Cab. 1.1.6.1 1.1 Hl 1.1.7c 1.1.M1 1. 13.!K lem. 21.00 20. M SO.M 2O.03 21. 21.03 Cab. 21.0.1 2t 0. 2.!13 21.UO 21 .0.1 2I.10 Chrlatiania Kern. Cab. 12.M 12.7.1 12.71 1 2.04 12.04 12.U.1 1.1.00 12 HO 12.SO 12.!t 12.04 13.00 Low 1.1.!5 l.0O 21.0S 21.0.1 12.01 i.i.on . .1.1.-13 13 0 20.3 20.K0 12.Jo 12.tl to eaie ..20.10 20.13 23.83 23.88 1D.60 19.0.1 Jan.24Jan.24Apr.14Apr.14Jan.24Jan.24 .14 0.1 13.1(0 20.03 20.1O 12.6.1 12.70 Jly 18 Jly 18 Jan. 3 Jan. 3 Jly 21 Jly 21 Jaa 3 Jan 3 Jaa 4 Jan 4 Aug 9 Aug H CHINA. Hoogkong. . Dfm. Cab. rang Peking. Deuw t ab. fthanghaL Lteat. Cab. HtKtt Low . . , Tear lllh ., Lew .Sl.7.1 .1I.R.1 ..1C..V! DO. GO to date .W.i .la.io Jan.d. Jan.. .44..Y) 44.6U 73.0O 72..") 4.r Jan 4.;4i 1 z 72.73 72 OO 60. n 72.31) 70.00 84 .CO 78 OO 78 3d JinXJin t.Jin a. 4.K :O0 50.30 Mar.a.Mar.Mar.O.Uar. Mar.3-Mar,.5 - JAPAW GREECE. lba. Yokohama em.Cabies.Dam. Cablaa.Dam.Cai.ir a Weak'a range-High, ... 5.7i 5.75 48 .TO 48.7-1 48 BO 48 71 Low . . R..17 5.0 4S.373 48.C125 48.373 4t.d25 Tear.ta date ... 8.1a 8 20 4S.2t .J.75 48 825 48.71 Fer.. rrb. Fee. b. Feb. TaW 23. 21. 8 i. 5. ft. .... 4.73 4. SO t7.248.al 47.K23 48 o, - May. May . Juri, .una June Ji- 10. 10. li 1 li. . St. , nilLfPriXB 1SI.ANS. Calcutta. Manila Tol wk 2 - Ml le 4 V 4 Tr. to datelO.'lOt.cj23I43.31ii.4'A" lW.41C.3dJ BOND 1TAU VALLL). Mon. Tne a.. Wed .. Tliura... Friday.. Hal. $10,872 1 2.747. 2 ' t.(U4.S.V 02 I i" 7.27.EOO a.;c.(. $1 13. "-"O a..".7l.." 10. !;.-" 7.4id.KO 3.713.-l $ 4.1.7"-c( 1 1 f-rf.2c ii.:;7.:-w I l.nal. ( 12.13O.2C0 In I'lowd V .- Low Week' HlFh ... Low Tear High . Low INDIA Bombay. Deni. Cab. Dent. Cat. Deui. calami s range 24. v. 24.73 24.23- 24.30 to daM 20.73. Jan. Jan. 31. 31. .23.1(0 23.23 July July S4..10 24.2- 20.30 Jan. 31. 2.1.0O July 22. 51.7.1 24.30 48.00 48 OO 20.73 48. OO Jan. Aug. 31. .1. 23.2.1 41.00 ' luly July 22, lt. 48 2.1 4S.2.1 4K.2.1 Aug. .1. 41.2.1 Jucy ia. South America. Buenos Aires. ' Rio. , Dem. Cable. Dam. Cable, range , 12.21 12.373 30.821 30 71 ' 11.75 1I.X75 2!(.625 2K.75 date ld.123 K. 25 F-h. 21. Feb. 21. J an. 2U.Jaiw 2d. ..40.371 lO.SO 28.2.1 2K.373 July 13. July 13. July lO.July 10. Jugoslavia. CV."hclovakia. Beigrada. 'Dem. Cab. Dem. Cab. Dem. Cab. t 1.28 1.2!) 1 2-4 V- 1 23 Rumania Dvui. Cab. Vc High Lw Tear to High .... Loa- Weak a range High .., .-i . Low IVIl llO. Finland peui. Cab. Week's ram 23.23 35.7.1 i.Tl) , 2 .11 2.40 2.41 I'oland Dciu. Cab. Hlgn Low .1. 1 5-7 1..-.1 1.31 1.20 1.3.1 1.204 .011, .05'. RVSSL4.N t'lBRE-IO'. lOO Rubles. 500 Rubles Bid. Aakcd. B d. Aaked. Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Ann. Aug. Week's HlRh ... Low ... 8 2.1 .3.1 .20 .2.1 0 2.1 .3.1 .20 .21 IO 2.1 .28 . .18 .20 II 20 ..'to .17 .!! 12 18 .22 .14 .111 13 IS .22 v .14 .10 range , ... .35 Monday IS Friday CANADIAN 1 .25 Mond-y .14 Friday RATES. 7C. Y. Fds. Montreal fda lit Montrei-l. io New lork. Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. 10s. II.. 12.. 13.. rnilinr. .(J'cr $l.f00. .. $118.41 11.1.62 110.32 11!. ..... 110 62 111.125 Diefount I-er $1.VM. $10.1.4 102..10 00.373 Ox. 75 im.MO It. 1 1- Week's range Hlgn $118.44 Monday g icii.n Monday Low ..... 110.00 Thursday 1(.73 Tuuraday Year to date High .17T..VJ Jan. g $ 1.10.74 Jan. :c Low JtO.iJ uaf v, ij.w j mn. 1 Government Gives Up Control A- turned During the War. liONDONV Aug. ; 14. Government con-trat of thev British railways, begun at the opening" of she World War. will cease tonight at midnight. The stockholders of the railway companies during th last seven years have had their dividends guaranteed on a pre-war basis. fit. nw rr rnvrmina me luiuicyi 11 t ni the Railroad Administration oej-oinen-. cimchfield coat pi. l inrmeoiaieiy. i nu,:r iv ker-H lietnr pi the act rates and fares will be fixed bv a tribunal. Wages and labor conditions generally also will be -In the hands of the tribunal. BIG SNOWSTORM IN ALPS. QUOTATION These' Quotations are obtained from brokerage houses all over the country Dividend and Interest I'eriods are Indicated aa follow LIST OF OUTSIDE SECURITIES M Monthly: TRtKT WMFAMES. SECUIUTIKS. Far. 1 T. FldelU-lnt. Fulton ...... Guaranty .... Hudson Tr. . Kings Co.... Law.T.atT.C. Lincoln Manufact'rs Mercantile .. Metropolitan. New York... N.V.I I. & T. People's Tr.. Title G T. United States U. S. M. e T. And 2T, extis CapltaL :od 1 5.00.00Ol 1, .-00.000 -40.000 2o.W81,000 )0.t8S( roo.tKioj 4 COO.Of O 2.88).OOc) 2. 0O. 01 X) l.8(0.000 2,0".0ti0 Ifl.l.OO.Otajj l.(i81.fO0 1,.MH).t8r( O.tlOO.IKX) 2.000.000 s.ooo.oool 0 2'4 2Vil 8 1 ' 1 3 fAnd 1 extra. Per 1 Pe C't. r!odI Date. Aug 1. 21 Jun 30.21 Jul 1. 21 Jun 30.21 Jun ;?0.21 Aug 1. 21 Jul 1. 21 Aug 1. 21 Jul 1. 21 Jul Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun Jul fJun And Q ,"( ( Q VI S CJ K Q (Quotation Aug. 13.1921. rid. Aaked 1. -M 30.21 1 30.21 10.21 3.21 30.21) 1. 2 34.1 21 'O 23.1 2i"( it;o 6C0 10.1 1. Vi. 2K 21 (O 2. 205 S.MI 270 .".CO S-"0 350 210 250 110 1C5 310 240 370 2.0 0.211J2C5 4 extr. Nw ock. ISee N. Y. Title A Mtg. Co. a-And B etra. INSUBANCB. KE-1I.TY AND Sl'IUETV COMPANIBS. Am. Alliance A. Sur'y$50) Bd. & Mtg.G., 1 'trot N. Y. Common w.'lth Contin I ($(i Fidel. Phenlx Globe Sc Rut. Great Am. Hanover ($50) Home Fire... Lawyers Mtg Mtg. Bond Co isat.iio c e-" 1 Nat. Surety. N.V. T. M. Niagara ($'0) N.River ($25) Paciric ($25) Realty Asso. Stuyveaant.. U.S.Fire($20) Westo'r ($10) tAnd Wm extra. iSl.OOO.OOO 7 5.1X0.0181 2V ri.tK81.lCO 4 , 1, ISJO.UM 5 MMMJOO 3 10.U8J.IA8) 10 2,.0.(Kt 15 7tO,W8 15 10.(C8).t.U 4 1,100.100 5 12. (HX). 0HJ 12 .t8.00 2V 2.0O0.000 1i 1. tKj0.tX0 10 o.taW.OXiO 3 3, (KK).()00 2 2, tKH).((0O 10 600.000 1 4imi,OO0 7Vi 4. tl0O.18K( 3 70O.tJ0O . . 1.4UO.O0O 10 1.0C0.000 20 S Q . .Includes Amer. S U s s s J U ti Q It s o (J (Jul s IS ' I J. J. Jun 3ii.2 LUg 1.1.2 J. & J. J. c J. Jul . 21 Jul 8, 21 Aug 1. 21 Jul 15.21 Jul 1. 21 J. & J Jun 30.21 Jun 30,21 J. A J Jul 1. 21 1. -1 J. J. A. & O. Jul 20. 21 Jan 15.21 Aug 1 May 2,21 Trust Co. I 255. 265 1 2 5 I 200 210 165 175 COO tVI 470 4S5 12O0 230 235 S5 85 344 34H 115 120 75 1H5 175 175 1 t.112 11 124 130 -35 ' 45 , 45 0 95 IbO 4 5 ' 60 N 45 - Ml v30 33 stock. LNpt:STKL4L AND MDjCELINEOV'S. American Btass .. Am. Chicle pf ...... Am. Mfg. pf....... Am. Piano- J Do pf. Am. Typefounders Do pf. Atlas Powder Do pf. Babcock c Wilcox. Borden Co T Rrtins.-Bclkc-ColL Pf Bucyrus pf. Carbon Steel Do lat Pf Do 2d pf Celluroid Central Agulrre ..... Central Coal Coke. Chi. Ky. Kcjulpment. . Chllds Tn Df. Fall Above 6,000-Foot; Level in Huts. Holds thirty de- the various Up Climbers GENLTV A. Au. 14. It has been snow- a M a 1.. Ing heavily In tne Aipa ior uw ac twenty-four hours, and several Parties of climber are temporary hctiu ,MpIne hut. From twenty w ininj inehea of snow nas lauen 1""-- above the level of .''0 feet. The thermomeiea- w'"-- week ago went without toai'- to don overcoats and furs. $676,000,000 In, War Saving. Special to The Xete York ri. WASHINGTON. Aug. 14. Orrln O. . A . a 4 PaaaaSl Sffl V Lester. Acung uirecior 01 o . , Derartnienf Division or oavings. iit. out figures lonijui (" rer capita holdings or ivar savings se- . a a, for the continental rnlted fttatci. The total ouUtanding U $C7C.020J;(0O. Zavas to SeH Cuban Bank Securities ' r .1 rr n . HAVANA. Aug.. u.-i'uc... dec Ided at a meeting 01 uw c u...rv v- day to sell the aecuriues taaen uur,.., the liquidation of the National Bank In order to really. ,P-'JV 1, '"...The'uV of trie ierlUes td-be sold Is problematical. Draper Corp ?. Eastern Stee Do 1st pi Kajardo Sugar .... L-.ral .ugar ........ . Dc pf- ! Fisk Rubber Jst pf. i-n ItaklnR pf..... c-iuittM safety Razor.. Orlsw'dville "Mf. 1st pf Hercules Powder Do PL. Irgersoll-Rand LX pr. . . ........ Lanston Monotype .. i.hirh Vallev- Coal. L- a. Croasett 1st pf . . Meif. Linotype ....... iLrrlmii! Chem. ($-0) Nasn. G. A C. i. 1st pfj Nat. Canuy Do Jst pf Do 2d pf Nat. tugar Refining Ne' Jersey Zinc... Nlles-Ccment-Ind Do pf. ............ Norton Co. pf I'enn. Coal & Coke.. Procter Jt Gamble.. Do "i pf rw fa. nt ...... Roval Baking Powder: Do pf. ........ Safety Car H. 4c Ltg.. Savannah Sugar pf... Shredded Wheat Do pf Slmonds Mfg Singer Mfg. Steel Tube pf Vb. Twist Drill 1st pf- Waltt Bond pf Warren (S. D.) pf W.Boyls'n M.Co. 1st pf wire Wheel pf. a And 1V extra. 1AM ai 14 1V 1. 1?. 1 14 3 1: 4 14; 1-4 1 4 6 O $2 2 I 3 i! iw i 3 b2 1 li Aug 15, Jul t. 1. 1. 1. Jul Jul Jul Jul Jul 1 Jun 10 Aug 1. 21 Jul 1. 21 Aug 15,21 M t " ' 15. 21 '.. 21 1 QtJun 15,21 J Q H A Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Q Jul 1. 21 Jul 1. 21 Jul r. 21 Mar 31.21 Jul 30. 20 Jul 1. 21 Jul 1. 21 Jul 15. 21 Jun 31,21 Jun 10.21 Jun. 10,21 Aug 1. 21 Jul 15, 21 Jul 1. 21 Jul 15, 21 Jun 15.2 1 1 Aug 1. 21 Aug 1. 21 Aug I. 21 Aug 1. 21 Jul 1. 21 Jun 1. 21 Jul 1. 21 Q I Jun 25.21 24 3 lVil 2i 2 1 IV. 14 $1 5 V4 b2 lsl IVs 14 14 i 14 2 4 I 145 35 70 7 38 7! 114 60 104 91 h5 85 73 13 Auir 13.21 Jul 3d, 21 Jul 2. 21 May 31,21 Jul 1. 21 Jun 1. 21 Jun r.0.21 IJul 1. 21 O iJul 1.- 21 St, S I Mar 10.21 3:i S (Mar ld.2l( 3V: 3 !M"r 1.-M Jul 1. Si' Aug l".ii i Jun 2.21 Aug 20.21 Jul 1. 21 Aug 10.21 Aug 15.21 Jun 15,21 Jul 15, 21 Mar 31,21 Mar 31.21 Uul 1. 21 Aug a, -1 Jul 1. 21 Jul Jul Jul Jul Jul Jul Jul Jun A. A O. v.x dividend. 1. 100 55 lii 87 05. K -, S3 124 17 t'O r,2 IHK 1(0 50 116 139 IK) ' 135 hi 14.T 4 ' 72 10. . 11s 67 ! 65 U8 M lt4 116 4S 80 32 vK 5 ... 120 70- 74 60 35 110 1H . 92 71 10 V0 151 40 72 Vi 55 42 82 12 68 10(1 : m ss no 78 18 55 .V 102 5S 82 116 00 100 127 23 67 55 94 .94 14 95 140 83 155 100 76 68 95 120 71 2Vi 70 Ifrj 91 107 118 .12 88" 92 Vi 34 99 9.8. l.M 79 77 62 40 112 Si 95 71 ' 02 v, 92 V 1tX 100 32 nnijc CTU-iTi" bonds. The name of the bidder' will be given upon request. B Bi-Monthly: Q Quarterly ; S Seml-Annuai ; Ar-Annnai. ri'RIJC ITUJTY STOCKS. T ECURITIES. ,Bau a And Vik extra, b And X astra. Ala- Power Itt, 46.... " Albany Southern. '39.. 5 Am. W. W. 4c EL. '34. 5 Anac. It Pot. '49... 5 Ashev. P. VL- 1st. '42 5 Aug.-AUetr-'R. at E.35 5 B. Rouge El. 1st. '39.. 5 Brooklyn Ed. gon.. '49. 5 Do lUoO Buff. Gen. EI.. '30 5 lo deb.. '22 " Buft-lo Ry. cons.. '31.. Buff. Sc lxck. Ibt. '3S- 3 Buff. 4c Nlr.g. F. Elec. Ry. lt, '30 Do 1st. 42 ; Burlington G. E. 1st, a Burling'n R-4r E.lst32 5 Butte El. 4e Pr. 1st. "51 . Cape Breton El. 1st. '32 5 Capital Trac. 1st. '47.. 5i Caro. P. & L. 1st. '38.. 5 Cedar Rap. Mf. 1st. '53 0 Charleston Con. R-. G. 4c E. cons.. '99 5 CiL S. deb. C. 1st, '66. . . Cleve. Elec. III.. '30...- 5 Columbia Ry.. Gas 4c Elec. 1st. '36 5 Conn. Pr. 1st Sc con.. "63 5 I'nnn R Jt LtC. StDd.. i.L -s ..... 4Hi Con- Gas-(Bait.). '54. 4Va Do. IKiU Cons. Gas. Elec. Lt. Pwr. (Bait.) gen., '30 i Cons. G. of N. J., '36.. 5 Do 1st. '65, Cons. T. of N.J. lst33 5 Con.Water.Utlca.lst'30 u Crosstown Street Ky. (Buffalo) 1st. as o Detroit Edison, "28. ... 7 E. Texas Elec. 1st. '42. 5 Econ. UL. 4c P. Isl, '06. 5 Elec Dev. 1st. '33 i. Ellz. at Trenton, '62... Ellicott Sq. 1st. '35. . . . 5 El Paso Elec. coll., 32 . Eh Pao Elec.. '2." 7 Gal.-Hous. El. 1st. o. .1 Gal. Elee. 1st 5a. '40... 5 Gas 4c Elec. or Bergen County cons.. Houston Elec. 1st. jj. a Hudson Co. Gag. '49... S Idaho Power. '47...... 5 Indianap. Gas 1st, 5J. 5 Jersey City. Hob. St P. St. Ry. 1st. ...... K. C. Home T. 1st. Zd, 5 Knoxvllle Trac, '38... 5 Laurentlde Pr. 1st, o a Memphis St. Ry., '- 5 Middle West L'tlL. '25. 6 Miss. R. Power jst, 011 a Nev.-Cal. Power. '27.. 6 Nev.-Cal. Elec.. 46.. ..I 6 Vew.irk Gas. '43. ..... I 5 vmrk I "ass. Ry.. '30.1 5 Jan. 4c ir. tt. icy. jst. 4x1 a May at N. Or. R. 4c L- gen.. 4'i)Jan. ac Nlag. 'Lock. 4c O., 'Ml 5 IMay 4c viae-. F. Pwr. 1st, '32. 5 (Jan. 4c Do rer.. 1 o Apr. c lw 1st 4c cv.. '50 1 6 I.May Norf. Ports. Tr.36 5 June 4c N'orf. Ry. 4c Lt.. "4W... 5 May r. Ont. E. Sz P. lsL-31 6 Jan. sc No.St.Pr. 1st ref.. 41 5 Apr. V N. Tex. EI. .coll. trv" 5 Jan. Nova S. Tram. 1st. '46 S June 4c Ontario Power 1st. '43.1 5 I Feb. 4c Do deb.. '21 1 6 Jan. c Peterson Ry. gen.. 49. 5 Apr. 4c Pensacola Elec.. '31... 5 I Feb. t PortUnd "(Or.-.) Ry. iv int. 'so i a Pot. El. Power 1st. 29. 5 June Do cons., '36. 5 Jan. at Pub. Serv (NJ.), '22.. 7 Mar. Sz Rlv.-rsld Trac. 60. .. 5 ....... Rockf'd K.lst 4c ref..'S9 5 Mar.. & Salmon Rlv. Pwr. T.2. . R Feb. 4c Seattle Elec. cons.. '20 5 Keb. 4c Do 1st, '30...- . 5 Feb. So. Jer. G. 4b E. lsL'53 5 Mar. 4c Sup. W.. E. & P. lsC31 4 May 4c Syracuse Gas. '51 5 June 4c Tampa Electric 1st, '33 5 June 4c Tex. Pr. 4c L. lst,-'37.. 5 June sc Twin States Gas at El. . lit Si ref.. '53 R Apr., 4c United m. of N. J.r '40 4 June 4c Unit. R. at . cons..49 4 Mar.' 4c Do income. "49. ........ 4 June 4c Wash., B. 4: A..- '.41... 5 Mar.: 4c Washington Gas. '60.. S - May 4c Wash. R. 4c E. con.,'31 4 Jan. ! 4c Wick. Sp. Steel. '35... 7 Jan. at Williams (J.H. 4r Co. sinking fund. '25.... May HI.. Apr. Apr. Apr. June Feb. Jan. Jan. Feb. Feb. Feb. Jan. Jan. 'Jan. Jan. May June Jan. Jan. Feb. Feb. Mar. Jan. Apr. Jan. Apr. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Apr. June Jan. May Jan. May June May Apr. Mar. Jan. Jan. Apr.- May June May May Jan. Apr, May Jan. Apr. Jan. Jam Jan. Jan. Apr. Jan. June Jan. May Jan. Apr. May May Jan. Jan. June Jan. When 1'a able & Sep 4c 4: 4c 4c 4c 4c 4c Sc Sc Sc 4c 4; 4c 4c 4c A 4c 4c 4c 4c 4c 4c 4c Sz Sz Sc Sc Sc Si Sz Sz St Sz-Sz & Sc Sc Sz Sz Sc Sz Sc Sz Sc Sz Sc Sc Sc Sc Sc Sep. Oct. Oct Oct, Lec. Aug July July Aug. Aug. Aug. July July July July Sep. Dec. July July Aug. Aug. Sep. July Oct. July Oct. July- July July July July Oct. Dec. July Nov. July Nov. Dec. Sep. Oct. Sep. OcL Nov. Dec. Nov. Nov. July Oct. Quotation Auc. 13.1021 Bid. Aaked. 80 85 70 75 56'i 5 74 20 73 79 874 85 08 84 74 71'4 77U tio 47 84 874 77 bl'.i 86 CO 73 60 "."I 86 76 70 60 60 85 84 96 73 78 82 45 79 80 93 71 57 70 78 SO 77 80 MM4 87 80 52 Hrt 70 88 80 83 75 80 89 66 77 88 63 SECTJIUT1E3. t I Per-iPe- ICx. rlod Jai 1 1 Dale. I Bid. 87 P7Vi 77 83 JJ 84 Vi 83 06 74 75 June 4c Dec' rt'BMO ITlijTV stock. Nov. July Oct. July July Ju!y ft-July 4c Oct. 4c July v Dec. July July Nov. July Oct. Nov. Dec Nov, July Oct. July Dec. Aug. July Oct. Aug. Dec. July Sep. Sep. Aug. Aug. Aug. Sep. Dec Dec. Dec Dec Oct. Dec Sep. Dec. Sep. Nov. July July 70 91 74 77 72 38 OO 80 HO CO 82 77H" 82 84 ' 74 68 ' 38 ' 52' 81 - 86'i 92 88Vi 62 75 67V5 f6 82 98 65 70 80',s 85 45 75 80 Vi 82 . 85 65 74 71i 82 . 77 63 61 3Vi 42Vi ! 75V, 61 Vi 94 7 76 43 92 85 88 "64 84 7SV4 88 78 72 41 f.7 88 87Vi 93 - 89Vi 65 80 684 7SV, c5 61 Ki 00 73 Vi 95 SO 82 85 88 68 T76 TO 66 63 64 43 72 764 62 Vi V3 04 SECtTaTIES. I . I v I T 1 iCt. Irledt Hate. Jul Am. Gas EL (50). ..I 2ViJ Q IJul I. 21 Do pf. -(0 IVsl 4 Aug i. zj Am. Light 4k Trac;..... 1 1 W Au 1. 21 Do pf ... IVi, Q Aug 1. 21 Am. Power 4c UghiTl. 1 i Q Jun 1. 21 Do pf. IVi W Jul 1. 21 Am. W. Wka. 4c Elee Do 1st Pf. Q (Aug 13.21 Quotation Aug. 13,l!21. I. Id. Aaked. 104 , 106 37 . !H N 78 ' .5Vj 66 3 39 - 94 81 07 68 A Do narticlnatinc nf. Bat. Rouge El- cum. pf Buffalo Gen. Elect! lc Capital Tractlcn Cities Service Do pf. .'. Do Bankers Shares. Do pf.. B Cclorado Power Do tf Colu.nbus Elec.-pf.. v Com. Iwr.. iiy. ac Lt Conn. Power pf Con. Trac. of-N. J.., East. Texas Elec. t)f . . Elec. Bond 4c Share pf E: Paso Electric Essex Sc Hudson Gas. Federal Eight 4c Trac. Do pf Cal. 4c Ifous. El. pf . . Gas 4c Elec. of Bergen Miss. Rlv. Power pf.. Newark (n. Gas. Niagara Falls Pwr. pfj Nor. Stales Power., Do pf. - Nor. Texas Elec. pf Pacific Gas 4c 'Slec. pfj Republic Ry. Ught. Do pf Southern Cat. Edison Do 1st if So. Jersey G. E. Tr. Standard G 4c E. 50 Do pf. ($50) Tampa Electric Tenn. Ry., Lt. 4c Pwr. Do Df LUnited Light & Rys... UO JSC pi I'd. Rys. 4c El. (Bait.) wasmngton u Wash. Ry. 4c Electric. Do pf. Western Power- DO Pf a Alao In common stuck. a 1 "d I 3 S Jim 1. 21 :i O Jun 1! Q Jun u.i M- Jun VsL M jJun Vi i 3 1 14 JV6i IVi 2U 4 IVij 3 2Vi, 2A' 1i I I I'll 3 1 1 IVi 2 4 90c la Vs: Uun Jun Jun Jan 1 15.21 1." 21 1. 21 1. 21 1. 21 15.21 1. 21 1 Aug 1 Aug 1. 21 Jun 1. 21 Jan 15,21 lul 1. 21 Aug I. 21 Jun 15.21 J. D. Sep I. 15 Mar 15.21 Jan 2. 21 . . . J. 4: J. lul 15, 21 Jan 20, 1 Jul 20, 21 Mar 1. 21 Aug-4o,21 JUl 1.1. 1H Apr 15.21 Aug 15,"J Quotation l.i, I '.(.'I Asked. h . 8; o ipo 8rti 114" 13 . 4 -'i ro 11' " l.HVt 5 J Uul 15. "21 4c I). Jun, 15.21 Aug 15,21 Jul- 21 Aug 1V2I Sep 1. 19 M ar 1. 21 Jul 10. 21 60 10 I? 29 31 . 75 ' 8c 34 73 7 75 7 82 100 102 95 103 16 H 40 45 I, 65 68 55 . . . 64 65V4 60- 65 . 93 95 ""36 41 79 - - . . - ' 7Q "T2 - 77i 70'i I 4'j 54 13 12 ; 1:0 94 (? ! ' S5 - 90 1 8 . 11 32Vj 34- 112., ..... 1 2 : . 20 23 69 61 ' 9',4 10V4 42 43 25 ? 30 .. .VrT tM 25V 27 70 ,72 Tot. wk. $54.W4.4..0 $48.B.-S 45ci $ . li.(U,.1 date .1.8T.TOa.;43 z.84e,roi ..'- 2.oo7.l2.t89 In detail last week's lnd deallnga eocnpara aa floa with the ewrrMpondittg weak laat year: novo". - In, It Aue. 14. 2. fhrit'. ..11.-.. 4.1 : $ii.o'-i.''("(( $"'. '"''"o .. 32..-.l(.4.V 3.1..-.S:' ! 41 2.KVI.. :. .o..s.ic 8.m..hi ':'-i:" ... " K'4(ei 1C4.(" 22.01(0 '2.t8) I111M 11. OTIf ? . Cerp. . Utierty h'orelgn fcmte , Oty .. Total Sl. $.1.O04.4.-.Q $4S.8..8.4.- 4$.VS.16.W8 WEEK'S PRODUCE MARKET. - August A us ( at August Auguat Ausuat August Week's Corn. AiiKitf t Aurvat Ausuat Aocuirt Acguat A llBTOBt Week's OATS. August Auauat Auguat Auguat August Auguat Weeks RYE. Auguat August Auguat Auguat Acgui-t AuieuHt Week's io.... II.... 12.. 1.1 ran; . K. 1. II. 12. 13. ran 8 0 IO II 12 13 rangci 8..... V 10. II..... 42 13.. .. iage. CIllCAtM. WHEAT. .pt. 11t(Th ..1.22'i ...1.24Vi ..1.2.1 ..1 2- ,..1.2V, ..l.24' ...1.25' I -Dee.. 1.24 1 22V 1.21V 1.2I-, 1.2:tW 1.2:' l.2" .Sept. U'Kh.Iow .57S, ..VVi High. 1 2 1 27' l.21( 1.27V 1.2 1 .2i'i 1.20 r.Hii ..im, ..7S .i7 0t'. .rt' ..vi .:ci Low. l.2a, 1. 1.2.1V 1.2"', 12''c I ..t; D-. IHcth.lxw. -.74 .M1. ..17S .f.M4 ..V."a .M ..V.t. .v.v, . Peat. rv. H!gh.I.nw.Htrh.Lv .3"!'. .r.7s JI7S .3 .37H ..'.Hi ..17 .: ..'Ml to .4C(' .40 .40 .:(' ,40 ..-tic .4 .: .:.:(' .:t .3S S.tt High. Ix. .l.IO . 1 . 1 1 , .1.12" .1.121, .I.l.i .1.11, .1.1J l.t'h'i 1.10t 1.11 1.11 . 111 1.1IW l.Ob'a High, l.tc"- 1.11 1.124 I.I'-', l.ISi 1.114 1.12 -Dee.- lxw. ,1.U.'4 . IK S 111", 111 UtVi 1.11 I.t4i rrarlalona. -Jan. LARI- Aug. N..11.NU Aug. T(.-. 11. SH Auk, 10 11.2.1 Aug. 1I..I0.K2. Aug. i2.'.10.KS Aug. I.5..I1.02 W'e rg..ll.t0 RIBS. Auguxt ...... AukusI V...., Auguxt VI August 11,...; Auguat 12 WrIi'i range. , 11.8 11.4.1 1C25 Kl.M High. Il.l'il ll.e.1 11.40 11(3 Ifi.xc- 10.10 in.jd ii.i 111.25, 1I.K& IOW. I i.nu I I .r7 li.jii JO HI 10. IT, II. I a 10.12 1..i Hlgb. lU..'li 10.2.1 10.2-1 1).!(0 '('. lxw. HI. I J 1(1.15 P. 7", B.Wt 9.75 9.7.1 Spt. . Iltgiu lw. .10.40 1C-TO Ort. High. !(. ...Kl.4.1 ...10.27 . ..I. it . .. .7 ...10.40 lo.;i2 !.(U t.( ((.ci.1 .GU 10.17 K.I.O B.rtci lU.I'J 10.1 u.fio i 0.&0 WEEK'S COTTON MARKET. Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug n... V 10........ 11 12 13 High. Low. ,1.1.3.1 13.17 .13.32 .1.1.10 l.t 7(i .13.4H 13.I.VJ3.H4- tl-T3.HH Dec. Hlrh. Ijnw. I3.1 13.61 13.53 13. til 13.36 13. .1.1 13.60 13.3d 13.127 12 .13.2.1 13.11 1.1.7H .13.3.1 13. 1H 13.7.1 Week a range .......13.48 12. Ul 13.1HI ' ' t-Jan. Mar. - May. iTIcc.Uw. llli.low. Htich.low. 8 13.K1 13.-0 14.12 I3.1 14.1! J3.!2 ..,. 13.71 n.M 14.K1 1.VTH 14.0H 11,'Kl 1 (.... 13.K.1 13.114 14.20 13.K1 14.21 13.W 1L.. .13.74 13. 40 14.KI t.'5.c 14.11 13.73 12....13.M3 13.rt 14.12 13.HCI 14.22 13.K .13.. -.13.7.1 13.3 I4.0 13-Hl 14.i3 13.i raunga. io.v.1 u,w i . id.ug JJPOT COTTON. Llveroool, K..VVI 8.4d, S.R.'td 8..10.1 Aug. Aag. Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Wk a nci'VMfTtctN (" li"V. 1 riDLIC M.h1l). (Hr(tt.I10M t,r .' Jt H."t. . ( rarwtm la c t.rm, ot (he mortar. f Siaout'l by th l-d'.-'xn trv ( '.ipirx i,. . , e New Jrrmr. tctUr J. IK B. hat a au4 find iMid'a ! ri.lnltjr 1'..m Truil i'ufflntir of Srtc. N J . Ipui,i. unoet. aid tnortcar.. tl auo c.ff ta If, drNt bim! nine chru.and fle lion Ired 1o . HJtAibvoi. eblt acrmt la lg t .it,n. r, Aaiim J-. lK-'t. te the pur.-li mu-i mi... m-nL. uidr tli ainkms fund irrni, if th catd nwrcgnsa. ef irl i',,Mf,, f . 1-er CeH. ttii.kiiiar l'uid K'.f(-r ( l- 1 Honda of th aaid iuuio Crvu, I t)ir,i ,, tt New Jerr. In ! wanner fmvid-d lit tt,a aal-l trortaa and at the w tiricea at hKh aaid Woc.'t ew tw ia I .-a if(,ntic '.r holdra ef aat.l Wx tn hrr.l.r tuvn.d to t mad. at ( c-f . cf the Iru.iM. Cti. ri.l:ily t'ltinn Truat .u. t net i jr. 7J lieaw t Htr t. NeoaiK. S. J . at, In fura 1J li r ticai on Atigaat li.'1. u-lc offcrlnara ail n rrh r,M eata as nuaiber of ImivI. offerrd foe a.4 la rxH airu-a at h4ih aucli tiwnda ar orfd, and ha'l Ih, i?iih1 ljr c ht,.dr lhrrwf 1IUKLITV l.MON TKtKT tOMTWV , Tra.i , -Iated Naaark. N. J.. Aaau.t 1. I. I . 1 ii' I, , , T TH K I10T.(KR1 or KlftMT (RT1 iyc 1KAII mtf.lt HM'.4 i.K Till., niMitr.KMixi. t oMriNt , iA ft.U AI HII. I. Lai.'. ( . i 1h, tincWralgnrd, ueer to K(ilc!e-tMK-ker Truat ucd ana. aa Tru.lae undrt mortgo.gu. ahene rfrrd to, Hfr, cnxi r amhuruy ul aaid hwirtgnsc. to m"i'il. aura of Tnl)-Mn TiuuNivl Knur lliir licd add Kmir lnillara sod HUir-NIno c ni cl2U.tc4 ') til til. uc.h t4 bond, of 4 Imw, provldad atu-a turrhaa can, In in epinlun. m-w bw mart aani,.,lj. - K.tM offrr. nf aaid tnds car tM ri t Columbia Truat Cunuiany, 7rwt Itrnarlv ment. u Homdway. Nw Vol city, ,j e lforw Ai(guac23. Itf.'l, at twelve o clock n,n. Hun(s aeeeidnd muat lie ilrllveerHl on Aifuit 5-1. IWi.1. r arurily f urnlnh.l mat daj. 1 n-Cjulrtd. that d'HVrry a (II i Miadu if(tu Inn daya. Tna (laftt la rraerved ( t uo-d-rigned to irj.-ci any and all off.ea i f OI.IMUIA TKlfT (-MI'NY. V , w uc.aor Tci.t.e.T - liy c.tXmuitf K UAKRKN. Vlc-e I rcald. t.S Ilatr.t New York. Jule 2. IMI. MEITTINt.! AMI El WllllMt. uti iiKA w. maiv t nitroRUioN Velut of a tpcitul Jfrc I ! ef IA' glcxJc. hold, rm: '" A eivrial nieettrg -pf tha ' khnldrra taf H'AU'BN. W..HIUW tXRH (RATION. . onrporatlo-n cricaniard and existing wn-r and l.y vU't'jn of tlia aa of the ltte of Kw lork. la hereby railed to b beld SI tha bocar of eleven o'rlo. k A. M. f( Tuelay, the i'.frd da of Auguat. A. I. .121. at.tio cf (l $ aaid corporal ln. Hx.n 2nT, i ,aa tu Ftrret. in the liorough of Manhaitan, NV York City. mat. of Srw Vork. f.r tha pue-Mia of ecibnilttldg to a vol cf tb atuik-botdt4-a f aa.d U'alit.n W. Shaw c'ori-. ration tha praKaltten cr qn.elun of vhangl tg the name of aaid rcrcratluft front Mm f. Hhaw Cnrioratln. tta nrnt oanie," f ffllCAUajTKI.UiW t'AU tJMI'ANV, I.Ven, Ilia naniM avid corporation roi4aa toat'. ausie; and for tha further pgrpvaa af i.-aidrrlng. acting and voting vi tha folllrig ipHaitlna or quratlone: - : 1. Authorizing the Board of t (lrrtcrr . and propt-a offleera of aaid Corporal M , r to take hli-v,r action and ele alt aaila ;.- ver thing nt-i-deary, or. tn the oplnloi. cf tha iloarJ of . Jdraetorjf aaid c - poratlon.- a dvlaaide, . to 4 Inio effirt-. the d-t tmliiallolia that may bo had at? au-h aocc-lal nnMiing of atiM-ktioid'-ra, Vr at any adjuurliiucMt ar aUJourttmc uia - tlierwf. lakirg any and ail action upon . any and all ntaitara and thlna In it- erania to the alm -aulijeia, or any of i , them, and ni rc-fc-renc-r to - any trfh,-r .autijecta that may properly romv befora ald aneclal maiL'ng, or 'any adjournment or adjnurnnnta tbetof. lou are furthar notified that aaid aaeeisl meeting may le a IJoui-imI. Imm.. (tuio. tu time, aa a- b date rtiiln. d at aaid trl41 iDi-t ng. or at any adjournnxiit cr adjuuriy nxnla tharecf. ' l!y order of the Hoard of I'lrorrtra aai'i WALDKN W. Kli A W CORIt.HtA I K."4. L(aUd Auguat CI, l'J.M JOHN MKRTZ. rrcaidwit JOH.V HcjRIjKN. K.or. lary. ! Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Aug. Week's High .. Low ....... 10..... II 13..-.-... i3. ...Holiday range ' ..V,d . g.44d New New Orlaaos , Tork, 12.13o 13.2'(e 12. I; . J.'l.:r I2.2"fl . I.1.2.-.0 12.13c 13.2.1C 12.I.10 " 13 2. 12.1;K U.20C 12. 2? 1S..10C 12.13c . 13.2UC RANKS. SECURITIES. CapltaL rer pe- - I C't. Irlodl re. -Quotation Aug. 13.1921. Bid.- aKed. America ..$5,.-.00.000 3 Q Jul 1. 211 170 173 Am. Kxe. N. 5.000.000 Q Aug 1, 21 2:t0 '. 240 Atlanttci:$100) . l.t oo.OOO '2 d Jul 1, 21 210 220 . Batfy Pk. V, l,.'iO0.Ot0 f.l I S Jul 1; 21 145 . 155 - Bowery 250.000 b3 Q Aug 1, 21 42. ,4.10 RSray Cent'l 200.000 125 150 Bronx Nat.,. 200.000 5 S Jul 1. J, 150 160 Itronx Boro.. 150.000 .. .. 1 ia . 125 Bryant Park. - 200.COO 3' S Jul -1. 21 1S5 ' 175 Dutch. Sc Dr. . . (Nat-XITOO) B00.0O0 2 Q Jul 1. 21 130 140. Chase Nat'I.. ir.co.ooo 4 U Jul 1. 21 :- .too Ch--Pfa. Nat.. 7.000.000 4 Q Jul 1. 21 235 245 Chelsea' Ex.. 1,000,000 3 .. Apr 1. 17 75 100 Chemle. Nat " 4,r0-).0O0 4 B Jul-1, 21 445 45S Clty Nat'l... 40.000.COO -4 Q Jul 1. 21 30 314:. Coal ft I. i. I l..,!'"' ,1 u Jill J, -I zi -J Colonial ,... OO.t5oO :3 J Q Jul 1. 2113-- Columhia 2,000.000 4 I S Jun 30,211 l.IO J0 , Cotwiionw Ui. 400.00U r, ,-t Aug l. 211 zi. . ; Cora. Nat....I25.0O0.0O 3 Q Jul 1. 2i 212, ZI3 . ContinontaL. I l.OtO.OOO 3 S Aug 1, 21 120 Corn Each... I 7,500.000 3 Q Aug 1. 21 305 . ... Cosmopolitan.) ' 200.000 .. .. M0 300 E. R. Nat I l.ooo.taaji n 1 a ijun 00,211 iiw Fifth AV....I- too.ooti 1 cj ijul 1. 21 iMitj .. - Fifth Nat... I l.OOO.OOOf 2,4( Q I Jun 30,211 l.IO 160 First Nat..- 10,000,100 10 I Q IJul 1. 211 M0 R15 Garfield Nat.l 1.000.000 J3 CJ iJun 30.21 215 225 Gotham Natl 1.5O0.000 3 g Jul 1. 21 160 20 GrecnwIcK .. 1.000.000 a I Q Jul 1. 21 240 25.1. Hanover Nat S.OOO.OOO 8 Q Jul 1, 21 775 ., 7v Harrlman N. 1 .000.000 .1 S Jul 1. 2-1 343 355 Imp. ft T.Nat l.WiO.OoO 13 S Jul 1. 21 4J0 MX) Irving Nat... 12..VJ0.000 S Q Jul 1. 21 173 -10 Manh'n S50) S.OOO.OOO S3 Q Jul 1. 21 17 13 Meoh. ft Met. lO.tkkl.OOO 5 Q Jul 1. 21 2S5 290 Metropolitan 2.500.000 214 1 Q Jul 1. 21 320 S40 Mutual 2K0.0((fl 3 d (Jul 1. 21 M0 620 Nat. Amer... 1.0O0.O0O .. ..1 145 155 N. Netherl'd. K).0(f( 2 I Q-Jul 1. 21 140- '150. N.T.N.B.A.) 2.0tX).tiO0 J5 I CJ Jul 1. 21 4'0 420 N.T. Co. Nat l.Ofgl.OOO jtJ VI Jul' I. 21 135 Pacific $50). 1.0oo.COOa2 Li Aug 1. 21 300 Park Nat 10,000.000 6 fQ Jul 1,-21 3V 260 People's ($25)1 200.000 4 1 s IJul 1. 21 1. 0 jw Public I a.000,000 4 I Q Jua 30,211 238 Seab'd Nat.. J 3.000.000 3 Q Jul 1. 21 235 243 Second Nat..l 1.0O.0O(ij3 Q Jul 1. II 4.-0 State JViOXaTO 6 J S Jul L .21 220 30 ?3d Ward.... 2.tta 5 S Aug 1. 21f IHt Cnited States 1.5O0.O0O 2a Q Jul 1. 21 1KO ,.t. tn. Ex. Nat. I.OkO.OOO 5 Is (Jun 30.21 17 174 Wash. Hgts.. 100.000 J ) QJJul 1. 21 325 Torkvllle. ... ,200.000 3 I Q JJun 30.21 425 .. And (-fl extra. tAnd 1 extra. tAnd Si estra. fAnd of First See. Co. a And 24 extra, b And Z extra. . -Aim! 10 extra, d And 6 extra. I Arid 20 extra. 1 1 " Pftr)trOLH. STATE V NEW VOBK. OITK E OF . KITERINTT-NDEXT-r "PIBIJC WORKS," ALBANY. ; - OF IBVST COMPANIES. Bankers Tr-f20.000.oooi 5 Brooklyn .... Cent. Union Columbia '.. Commercial. Kmrdra . . . LquUaAia xr. l..Ko.oooi 6 U.MMl.tMaN 5,0t(0.000a l.Ot (0.00O ., 2.0t(0.00Ojt3 12.000.b00A 4 I 1. 21 1. zl 1. 21 S0.21 Jun .2l' Q pun 30,2 lj Jul Jul Jul Jun 203 425 . x:o 275 Sob' 2T18 450 2i.l 133 too August th, If 21 vrvrir-K nv ryiVTRACTnits : Knalad" nronosala- will 4e revived , by the inarairnad at hia office in the Capitol at alhanv. N. Y.. -until twelve o'ciork noon of Wedneaday, Auguat 24th. 121, at whleh place and hour they yi11 be pubUely opened and rend: J ' . , r ' For rnalrurting a- bridge arroeaThe Io-hawk Itiver between the vijlaga of liexford and the diarolet' of Aqueduct. a.Td compltitlng tle . aame within twefva montha after tha rfata r tha axn-uilon of the contract, pur iiant -1 tha nrovlsiuna .01 t na pier 1 ,u 01 the Laws' -of 1021. The -plana eonait of eleven aheets, nun.oered I 10 11, Inclualya. . z -For conatruetlng a eoncrata alab bndga across the Old Cayuga and tteneca canal at Virginia atreet.fln the artllag o watanoo. and completing lha aame wilhln eight niotitna after tha data St tha execution of tha con tract.-purauant to the pTOvieiona or c-naptar 17 of Uie Lawa of 1321.- H plana conaiat of five abeeta, numbared I te Q inciuaive. Flana may le aeen and oeuaiiea aciii-- tlona. engineer's esclinatea or quatttuua. pro-avoaal blarnka. forma of contract an bonds required-and other .Information for propoaera may be had at the of rice a of tha Superintendent of Public Worka. at Albany. N. Y.. at tha offU'e'of tha Assistant urerlntendarit of Public Worka for tha MlJ.lla Itlvlaion, at HyraeuM.' N. Y ., at tha office ef tha Aaalatant Kuperlntendent of I'uMlo Worka for tha' Western L!vl4on. at Rocbeater, N. T and at the -bfflcea of the Huperintendant of Pvbltc Worka. Krla Baaln Tarralnal. Buffalo, N. and Terminal Warehuaa, liar e, Lt River. New ork City. Every proposal for said work- must be accompanied By a money depoalt tha form of a draft or certified check -upon "oirva good banking luatltutton In the Jty ot Albany or New tork, laewd by a tatim.al or atata bank or truat company lo good credit within the atata and patable at eight to tha Huper-Intendent of Public Worka for flv per can tunc 1.S par cent.-) of the ajnount of tha proposal. Tha peraon whoae propoaal aha 11 be acc-epied , will be required to execute a contract and furniah bonda within ten days from the dais of notice of award delivered te hlin or them in peraon or mailed to the addreaa given in the propoaal. The bond required for the faltr.ful perform-aiura bf the contract ahall be In auc-.h aum aa shall be fixed by the Puparlntand.nl of j Public Worka. which sum ahall not ba leaa than twenty per centum 21 per rant.) of J tha eat 1 10m lad coat of the work, according to the contract pr-e. and an additional bond I known aa tne labor bend. In tha aunt of ten pr centum i 10 per cent.) ot the amount of tha estimated cost of the work, according to the contract price, will be requlrad aa security that tha contractor will pay la full at leaat one ! eavch moath all laborers employed by him upon rr.e work specified te be done In the contract. Each proposal muat be addressed to the Superintendent of public Worka, Albany. N. Y.. and muat be endorsed en tha envalo(e wltJi the name of the construction for which Ui proposal ia made. Award, it made, will be made to tha peraon or' peraoos whoae propoaal ahall bo loweat In coat to. the state for doing the work and which shall comply with all provlaions required to- render it. formal. Iiefore any award shall be made the lowest btdder will be required to satisfy the Superintendent of Public Worka of hia ability -to provide suit able equipment and materials for the pioper ptrformanc or tne worx. The right la resea ted to reject all proposals and readvertiae and award tha contract in the regular Biamier If, lo the Judgement of the - undersigned, the internets of the state will be enhanced thn.by. CHAHLti L. CAKLE. Superintendent ef I'uMic Works. IKOIIA-4AROI.IN (IIKMIf'AL 4 0. , li r.At. 11 ANOE I'l.AI'K, Jersey City. N. J.. August I. 121. Notice la hereby gives) that the Annual i.tln or khol.l. r. of the VIRia.M- CAKoLlN'A C1IKMICAL COMPANY tor tlsa siwctlon f Directors and l-jr tha tranaactifSi of such 'illj.r lumn- as may laa fully cxia before tks meeting ( Mtcliolti.g ri-crlvlog Ida Annual Rcta.rt of tha Uoard of liri)n,ia arid tha ra 1 1 f k-a 1 torr of lha acta ef ids aaifl Hoard mini-m thai. last annual maetine f Mtnt-ahoMrai, will m lirhl at tha prliciixil crfflca of the Company. IS Kchati Plar4. Jersey .City. County of lludaou. New Jerscf. -at o'clock P. at., on Wednesday, tha 7th day of September. 1I1 ith's belu-ha flrnt WvUiiea.tay of Beptembre. 10 "-" roruance with Article I., Jctioi i. 4 .f cna nr-iavi. Jhm trauafarooka of tile not do cloned for the our do a ing, but i pursuant to. tha iiiui, of 8tat of New Jersey) no share of alo. k can be voted on at aaid elaon who i ahall hicve baen tranafacraH on ih k.. u. f the Company after. Ausust 17. lll.- 1 ' B. I. fJtEXmUW. acratsrr. Compear 4il a of the no'!)- " . . . . .... DIVIDENpaJ. A ltlOHT ArttOVAt 71CAL ORPOKATIO.N 7 WU M.. New Verk City. Thea Hoard of - tilrectera of Wriaht nautical trporatioa at a rueetlns hold -W New York' City, cn Tuesday. August 2a4 1421. dalarar. a dividend af 2.1 cents par share on tha outetandUig capital stock uf tha Corporation payable Wednesday, Auguat a l.t. lt21. te holder, of record aa of clot oloaa of buslneaa Wadnaaday. Auguat ITtl 1V21. J. K. PRINCE. Treaaurcr. THE ATl-ANTirr RK11MNO ruMl. o. 144 Paaayuiak Annua, Philadelphia. Ausuat II. jt2L.i At a meeting cf the Hoard ef Ilrt, i.,i held Auguat II. 1121. a dividend of I.i4 per ahara waa declared on the C oenraon lo' of the .Company, payable napteuiher 11. 11' h to aleckholdera of record at tha rloaa, of business 'August 22, 121. Checks Will l4 fuatlcd. - 1 1 W. V. ANUERHON. Horratary. e TUT" CONECTICLT I'OWRR rOMflMt 6Ta OK CONNECTICUT .1 Pref.rr Iilei'V"! No. 4 ''J A fuertry dividend ef II (4 per arkaJg haa'lieen daclaisd on" the rtef.rrad eaWual stock of Tha Connact l-ut I'ewsr toinnWet, ayable September 1.- 111, te gtec- holdera ef record at tba close ef bueiuras August to. 1I1. tUWAfiu K. ROOT, Trtaurr. tiALVESTON-IIOI "JTtlW K1.LCTR1C - 1 OMP.Y Prefacred lMildend e. t - A IJI ami-annual dividend la naval nt-ri. 11 10 mockholders of racord fc J, J 021. toTONE ft WEWStTrTR. INC., OtNKHAL MANAc;LK. ' r a ('a fnakor.i'Tiox xoTirr". .ORI0 HU M A a7r OK I'iSICOI-t TlKN. I- SEALED PROPOSALS for the ronatruc-tlon of a ateel airship hangar at Scott Field. Belleville. Illinois. cornpUde, Including boiler house, gas bolder, roads, etc., will be received and publicly opened In the Office ef the Cuief of Construction He trice, Rovm 2242. Munitions Building, Washington Lv C. on Krpuenber 1. 1U21. at 11:t( A. U. Plans and specif Icallona may be aeen at the office of the Constructing (JtiartcrmaM. r. RU Whitehall t.. New York City, the office of tha cjtiar'-rmartrr Hwpply Off lor, ft. lAHila General Intermediate Lfcrpot. 2nd and Arsenal Hte.. tit. Louia. VI-).. and the office of tiie Quartermaster Supply Of flier, 1 1.U ago General Intermediate lepot. 1M Wc-at TMh i.. Chicago. III., or may be ohtalrwd from the Office of the Chief of Construction Hee-vlca. Waahlngton D. C, upon deposit ef Ili Vtf to Insure retura. NOTICE OK MrKul.l Tli i.v ' t; Nntlna ia harsby alvea that tha Hrtiar,Ma heretofore exist tna between K. crtlon Miles and Herman K. Kettrnan under tha traaa name of V. Gordon Mil., A Com can v. ana olng bualness at Plilladelnbia. t etuisrlvaaia. and May'a Iaadlng. New Joreey. baa braa dissolved by mutual consent aa of July rr 121. y th withdrawal of tha said r. C.n. don Miles from aaid partnership. , 1 The buslneas alii be continual t" II, k aaraa addresses by Herman K. Ket'laa un4r tha aauie trads aim,, and all !... cxml rsrted by the aaid partnership a. til t paid by him -end all ac.-ounis du thai sa:4 partnership el.. 1 1 ba paid lo hlin. - -( r. tHitiiM mr..s. IIKKMIN Y. KKTTatA! RKRTRAU K . WliirK) J'iBKPH A. ALI.KN I ltort41. The firm of Martin A Ftor4 .Is Ik Is ear dissolved by mufaal consent. Litlter parti.ar will sign In iwtndattoer. .'. ..j'At.V M Martin,; mccjll rui rj. i c mOPOML". i. UKAI.KL I ltbPrtALH IS TU I PI.Il. A'l will be received In lha office of tha c o:: -Mlaa loner" ef Immlaj stton. Kills lalkr.d. N: Y. 11. Unit' l.X) p. Jkl.. Aogaat J5lb. and than opened for repairing tl-a ferry rack St Kills Jaland. Further pertis!are may-ohi slued from rederU-k A. IVaiila. Co Mil' mlaa loner. ftealed proposals for the lea as of one brick a and steel butltitng,. approximately five bun. dred feel long by awnty-eht fart wloa, will be received at Watartwwn AlMntl, Wa'artown. MaMi.lmaelii. a.-t 1 1 11 , 1-1. aa aceptember 1. li2t. and then ona-ned. ' turther Informatloa o application.-w-( rOAJrM RKAI.R. 'More than "half a million pi sons purchase The New York T" JHk P.evinw and Magaxlne weekly, lt Is the most popular ' literary jnagaxlpe In the world. . Subscrijnloa !. 4V Jfear. Advt.

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