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16 ' THE-OTTAWA JOURNAL' Thursday; july47, ,1941. 85 Hun Ships Sunk by British Within Month 8 O'CWek KdlUw Service. LONDON, July 17. CP) The British navy and air force have sunk 85 Axis ships during the past month "by air and submarine", retired Admiral Sir Lionel Preston declared tonight on a BBC broadcast. These sinkings, he added, total "nearly as many as they have sunk of ours". The RAJ.'i bombing of Germany's land communications has fnrreW Arinlf Witlr turn frt water transport, the admiral said, and the Germans now have - to face "some of our problems. No Concessions In Gas Order Prohibition against any price concessions by gasoline distributors to dealers or consumers "either directly or indirectly" to aid in purchasing of gasoline was contained today in the oil and gasoline order published in an extra edition of the Canada Gazette under authority of G. E. Cottrelle, oil controller. . .'.,, - looay s oraer says: "Notwithstanding the terms of any lease, contract or agreement, a distributor shall not hereafter, either directly or indirectly or by the means or agency of any other person, procure, enable or assist any dealer or consumer to purchase or continue to purchase motor and'or lubricants from such distributor or from any other person by giving, providing, offering or promising in any manner any money, property, loan of money or property, gift, concession, allowance or other benefit of any kind including any concession as regards the price of motor fuel and or lubricants and any sunusual credit terms which are equivalent to such a concession." Lamb Carries Gray To 21 sf Green,-, Home Draws Bye 3 OT)ork Edition Serviced TORONTO, July 17. CP) Bob Lamb, of Toronto Lambton Club, carried Defending Champion Bob Gray, of Toronto Scarboro, to the. 2 1st green today before bowing out -in the first round of the Millar championship golf tournament Gray caught up with Lamb at the 16th, squaring the match, and they halved , the next four holes before Gray sank a long putt to advance into this afternoon s second round at Islington Club. The veteran Lex Robson,. six times winner of the trophy, an ari- nual event for Eastern Canada's leading professionals, was no match for the brilliant golf dis played by Bobby Keith, of Windsor. Reith eliminated the veteran from Peterborough 3. andv2 after firing four birdies on ten outgoing nine. ' ' At that Robson, who put together a 34 going out. was only one down at the turn. Reith won the 15th and 16th holes to. settle the issue. Frank Locke, of Burlington, eli minated CltfirPt Cummin? rtf Trt ronto. but George's son, Lou, kept the family in the running with a 4 and 3 victory over Lionel Ross, of Toronto Summit. Those' drawing first round byes included Stan Home, of Montreal, the tournament favorite along with Gray. : First Sound Results, Bob Bums, Weston, defeated Clare Chinery, Toronto, 4 and 3. Bill Kerr, Toronto,- defeated Hugh Borthwick, Toronto, 4 and z- i ,'.. Willie Lamb, Toronto, defeated Jimmy Johnstone, Toronto, 5 and 4. - r- . Willie Spittatl, Peterborough, defeated W. Stevens, Toronto, 4 and 3. t Frank Locke. Burlineton. de fMtMl Clenrem dimming Tnmntn one up. I Lou Cumming, Toronto, defeated Lionel Ross, Toronto, one up. Bobby Heith, Windsor, defeated Lex Robson. Peterborough, 3 and 2. . $ Bobby1. Gray, Toronto, defeated Bob LamB, Toronto, on 2 1st. r-J-r- . : , Girls Here Glamorous Screen Star Thinks - Dermis ; Morgan, Warner.. Brothers star, found glamor in Ottawa girls and beauty in its buildings while making a ' tour of interesting points this morning. "You have beautiful women as well as . beautiful buildings", he remarked in stating he thought there were more beautiful women in Ottawa, than in any other city he had been in. with the possible exception of Hollywood. ' FOUR SAILORS HELD. MONTREAL, July 17. Four v. ... -. I l . I rencn sailors were onrereu io-. (!jr bvtJudfe Maurice Tetreau. y ta appear July 22 for preliminary hearing on a charge of causing bodily injuries to Clarence Starr, in hospital suffering from a frac tared skull. The sailors, Lucien Lesach, Jules Boulet. Louis Uhel. and Ray mond Uretreiner, were' arrested last night, Starr suffered the rkull fracture in a fight outside his home in surburbaa town of Mount RoyaL The. cause .of the battle Is not known. - - Thieves Selected j 'Best in Bins' 5 O'Cleek Edition Service. . WINDSOR, OnU, Jnly 1L CP) Eighty-four quarts of whisky and a loaded .38 call-. bre revolver were stolen from the Ontario Llqnor Control Board store here - today by thieves who broke a heavy padlocked grill located near a busy Intersection and entered through a stock chute. G. H. Henwaod. manager of the store, said the thieves had selected "only the beat" from the bins,-taking one to three " bottles from each of -several bins. He said they may have taken a couple , of nnopened cases. ' Denies Report Hess in Canada - By British United Press. . A spokesman for the Canadian internment office stated flatly this afternoon that Rudolf Hess was not in Canada. According to a report reaching here from the United States, the No. 3 Nazi had been brought to Canada three weeks ago and placed in , custody in old Fort Henry, at Kingston, Ont - The denial of the Hess report was regarded as the first unreserved denial on such a case. Usually, the branch gives -no public information on queries regarding prisoners of war in its care. New United Stales Naval Bases 8 O'clock Edltioa Service. WASHINGTON.. July 17. ) The United States Navy announced today the commissioning of two full-fledged naval operating bases at.Argentia, Newfoundland, and Trinidad, British West Indies, with maintenance and overhaul -facilities for men-of-war operating in Atlantic waters. Previous Navy announcements had indicated that the $17,055,000 Newfoundland base would consist merely of a naval air! station. Navy sources said today it would have a fleet anchorage and refueling and limited overhaul facilities for battleships, aircraft carriers, cruisers and other combat vessels. - v .- Although stijl under construction, the base at Argentia was commissioned and placed In operation July 15 under Commander Gail Morgan. The $17,855,000 base at Trinidad will be commissioned Aug. 1 under Commander Arthur W. Radford. The bases are on two of the eight sites acquired from Great Britain; in exchange for 50 over-age destroyers. Some Resistance On Montreal Market 5 O'Cleek Edition Service. MONTREAL, July 17, CP Many leading issues showed declining tendencies in the fourth hour of the stock market today, though here and there resistance was displayed. - t ' Montreal Stocks By Tbe Canadian Prats. Sales 'Stocks -"' Hllh Low . 33 A. P. Grain 19 IS lOOAtfoma .. .. - Hi ' SO Asbea. .. .. 18'fc IS'i -110 Bathurst .. . life life M Ball ItS 145 At Braxll ..... . fVm 70 Can. Cam. .. S 4 . f C. Cam. P . 98t. 98' 125 C. N. Pow. xd. S, 5', Can. S S. .... 3 3 195 Can. S 8. P. II 11 30 Can. Car P . ' . MCiUH .. .. 34 34', 135 C. Alcohol A.. 3i 2 100 AWohol B . 2 2U . 20 Can. Loc. ... 1 1 345 C R. ..- 5T 5T, 197 C (Smelt. .. 38 38 13 DoJ'Bridr ..24 .24 275 D. iS. U C. B 74. 7 15 D. IStors .. .. '' ' '' 23 Dridcn .. V. 4t 4! 25 Ent. EU ... 25 SS ' 5 Gypsum .. 3',i Hi 11 H. i Smith P .100 10 200 H. ( Bay M. . J" MV, Cloaa 73 9i 18'., Ufa 143 - a ' 4 . 3', 21 23 24'i 2i r J 34 -334 1M . !' S8 13fe SS 21 iu imp. uii ... . av ISO Imp. Tob. P- . 7', : 7'.' 293 I: ; Nickel . 34 'ia 10 Ini. P. P. P 74 . 74 110 Int. Peta. .. 13fe 1S 13 Int. Pow. P . as M . ISO M. P. xd. . 214 214 35 N.j Brtw. . . ZS , . 24 20 NJ SU. Car .- 35 ! 38 . SI Noranda . . . S"4 10 OgUvle . . 19, .? 19'i ' 35 3S14 11 104 13 -35 14V' , 1 63 30 as . 33 140 147 134 a uu. row. r , . ai mi 40 Que. Pow. 11 11 5 S.?fow. P xd. 104 104 75 StUU CAP II 15 0 St L. Pip. P . 35 35 90 Shwnfnl -,. 14'i- 14'.; 45 S. C. Pow. . ' 10 10 40 Steal xd. , . S3. ' 34 25 Wabasao .... 30 30 S43 Wpf. H. A . S5 as ' wpg. el b . as - as .... 3 Can. Nat . 140 140 ' 19 Com. ad. .. 147 147 10 Eoyal .. .. 1M 154 Band. 3100 D. Can. 3 '32 93 ',i Mt 83 Montreal Curb By The Canadian Pre. Sale Stock Hifh Low 3 JO 73 100 Abitibl . . ... 75 73 133 Ablt. i P. . 3 5 10 Alum. ... '.. '102 102 3 Bathurst B . ISO IM 1 Beauhar. . . 9 9 75 B. A. Oil 15 , 15 3 Can. Su. .. 23 23. 40 C. L B xd.. . .133 iwr, 25 Cdn. Vick. . 21i -2i 23 C. Vick. P. . 14 14 50 Com. Al. ... 1 50 1J0 215 Con. Pap. .. 3 - 3 , SO Donn A. .... 3 ' 3 25 Donn B .... 3 -3 25 E. Dairy P. . 8 8 20 F. Farmer .. 22 22 225 Ford A .. .. 18 15 10 Eraser Vt. ..; 8 8 3 McColI P. .., 90 90 3 Mitchell . .." 9 9 t10 Pro. Trana. .-" 1 3 30 S. C. Pow. tS 99 99 100 Walkers . .. 41 . 41 IS Walkers P. .j 20 20 . Mines. ... 1000 Arntfield . . 7 7 250 East Mil. ... 3.22 US 1000 Kirk G. R. .' 2 2 75 Lamaque . . 4.40 - 4.40 200 Mai. G. F. . 1.09 1.03 300 O'Brien xd. . 83 82 25 Sigma 7.20 7.20 300 Sherrltt . . . 74 74 200 Up. Canada' . 1J3 133 T t Oils. , 400 Home 3.33 2.18 Approximate sates: Industrials, 3 102 , 9 , 13 23 131 3 . "'-a 1 JO - 3 3 ' 3 . 3 18 - 8 90 9 7 99 41 20 7 2.Z2 ' 3 4.40 109 -82 7.20 . 74 1J3 2.23 7.100; 'mines, 4,000. - - Edlo'Soemi Light Trading On Wall Street 5 O'aock Edition Service. NEW YORK, July 17. (P) A lazy downward trend - was exhibited by most . stock market leaden today although scattered favorites managed to contest the drift with modest advances. - Hesitancy was the rule at the start and losses of 'fractions to a point or so were widely distributed at the close. Lack of important offerings, however, waa comforting to bullish 'proponents.' Transfers of around 900,000 shares were the smallest for a full stretch since July S.1' . , WALL STREET applied hy Thomioa'aad Mt Klnnon. Stock ; Open Atlantic Ref ZSJ Air RaducUon 42 Allied Chemical 182 ' Allls Chalmers ......... 30l Amer. Bank Note H Amer. Can Co. .......... 33 Amar. Celan. ...... ....... 25 !4 Amer. Smalt. 43' Amer. Tel. and Tel. 153 Amer. Waterworks 4 Anaconda Copper ... ..... 28 V Atchlaon Ry 29' Baldwin Loco.' 1 Banudall Corp. .... 10 Bendlx 37' 3.30 23 42 1SL-. 29 34k 38 34 42 155 4 23 29 13 9 38 74 20 19 19 14 4 31 85 Bethlehem Steel 74V Brigra Body ... .... Borden Dairy . Bora-Warner 20 19 19 14 4 31 .33 Can. Dry Ginger Ale Can. Pacile Cerro da Pascq ..... Chrysler Columbia Cas ..... . Com. Solvent Com. and Southern . Con. Edison ' Corn Products Curti Wriiht A .... 3 3 10Si 10 19 19 30 30 28 28 9 . 8 15 ; ,15 CurtU Wright ,. Deera Douf. Air ..... Dupont EleC. Auto Llfht .... rreeport Texaa 73 JT 73 .. 159 158 .. 27 .. 3ft .. 33 ,. .. 38 .. 18 7. 18 .. 84 .. 3 .. 1 33 2 .. e 33 :; X ' .. 1T 27 3 ' 33 M 38 13 18 85k 28 17 08 2 .' 38 '17 Cen. Electrle . Gen. Food Gen. Motors Goodrich Goodyear Tire Inter. Harvester Inter. Nickel Inter. Paper ............... Inter. Paper P.' Inter. Tel. and Tel. , Johns Man villa Kennecott Copper Montsomery ward nasn-Jieivinaior . Nat. Biscuit "... Nat. Cash Reftater Nat. Dairy Products Nat. DtsL Nat. Power and Lljrht . ... North Amar. Avtauoa ... New York Central Northern Arhertcaa Paramount Packard Motors Penns. Rly PhllUp Pet. Pub. Service of It J Pullman , Badla . ....... 13 14 14 , 13 1 31 3 8T, 14 14'5 12 12 13 13 11 11 "5 : 13 JJl 32 23 ' 38 3tt 24 U 42 22 37 . 3 , 73 14 12 ' 8 32 3:1 . safe Sears Roebuck Southern Rly. i.. Southern Pacific Standard Brand Standard Oil Ind Standard Oil of Calif. Socony Rnrrv Corn . Standard Oil ot NJ. . Studebaker Texaa Gult ........... Timkin Roller Bcarinf 43 42 3 8 37 37 44 44 41 41 H . United Aucran .... United Corp. ... ... United Ga Imp. ... U. S. Alcohol U. S. Rubber U. S. Smelt Union Csrbtda Union Paciflo ... ... U. S. Steel .... .... Vanadium Steel Warner Brea. Picture Zf 24 81 23k 81 V, 77 81', 17 8 Hi ! . 574, 35 , 3S(; 4 ' 4 4 Weft In (house Eloe. ... Western Union W ool worth ... ... ... Yellow Cab ... Younfttown Sht. ... 95 , 95 35 23 29 - 29 14 .14 38. 34i, New York Curb Stocks - . Alum. America Amer. Cynam. B .. Amer. Gaa Ax Elec. ... . Amer. Super Power. ..... Cities Service . -Cities Service P Bid 122 39 25 3-13 71 3 'Sfc 30 3 3 .. 2'j. Asked 38 33 3-18 ,r . 3 Elec. Bond 8c Share ... ralrchlld Avi. ... Fatrchlld Engines ., .. Humble Oil ... ... ... Niagara Hudson .. .. PanUpeC OiF Pennroad Corp. ... ... St. Rests Paper 3' Tecnnicoior ... ... ..... United IA as Pow. P .. 33 " 9 ' 33 Unlisted Mines SapsUed y preala,. Phillips Ca. -k Bid Asked Alban River N 7 10 Armistice .. Area ... . Amalga Kirk, i.... Brock ., -.. Barber Larder-... .. Central Man.-... ... 8 II 3 3W 8 - 7 - .. ' 34 - r t 3 a s 14 19 8 . 43 43 t 9 30 33 . 8 7 9 11 19 22 3 14 18 18 20 11 14 2 3 18 90 83 8 7 38 . 40 28 30 20 38 3 .9 11 3 4 3 4 J7 9 XI 30 a 5 3 SJO 3.43 4 54 80 . 8 ia 4 T ' 18 18 a t 33 17 Cheminia ... .. Coin Laka ... Da SanU ... Dayton . ... Eastward Elmos ..... r.anM . ... Gan Copper ... Hugh Pam Hoy la .. ... .... ... Lowery rete. ... ... ... Martin Bird Magnet Lake ... ... . ,.. Magnet Cons ....... Mosher ... ..... ....... McMarmac , ... Nat Malartie ... ... . Mnrh.,11 . . ...... New Augurlta - Niunaiaxe .. Opemlska ' ............ Oklend rhmtt Pascal's ... ... .. Pelangio . Preador ... Proprietary &rivmtmT Quebec Man ...... Band Maiaruc ... . Springer .. ... ... Stadacona ... ... W1MA0B Young Davidson ... Commodity Prices ; 3 O'clock Edltioa Service NEW YORK. July 17. IB.TJ.P,) Closing commodity price: Cocoa: September 7.33. off Mi May 1.53n, on Ml. ' , Black pepper: December' 5.93-334, up .11; March a.oi-JM, up jut. Rubber: September 21 00a 33.18. oft m: uecemDer aijwa iiJta, up .iv. Cottonseed oil: September 11.43U-. of! M; December HJOtr off .10. Hydes: September 14.51a. 14.83, up jh; ueccmoer ia.tia is ou. up mi. Suear 131: July S.S3b. off 46: Janu ary 2Mb, off 04 (4): December 1.20b, on MU! aiarcn ijuo. on jo. Coffee: (Santos). July 11.25b, off 41; Decmcber 11.44. on m. - CJJL EARNING $ TJP. MONTREAL, July 17rIncrease of $857,000 was reportedtoday b? Canadian Pacific Railway Com pany In traffic earnings of $4,187, 000 for week ended July 14, compared with $3,310,000 in the cor responding period- of -1940. U.S. President Blacklists 1,800 Persons 3 OXloek Edltioa Service. WASHINGTON, July 17. (B.UJ.) President Roosevelt intensified economic warfare against the Axis in the Western Hemisphere today with a proclamation blacklistingmore than 1,800 persona and 'business concerns In Latin America - as direct or indirect agents of Germany or Italy. Ottawa Man Urges Speed-up for War 3 O'clock Edition Service. MONTREAL, July 17. CF Charles H. Hulse of Ottawa, lieutenant-governor of the Ontario-Quebebc-Marltimes district of Ki-wanis, said today that half measures' will not win the war. Addressing a meeting of the Montreal Kiwanis Club,' Mr. Hulse said that more speed was needed in every direction and that time was no more the ally of the democracies than it waa of the enemy. The faster a "united" Canada realized the magnitude of its re sponsibilities, the more effective its help will be. said Mr. Hulse, When the conflict is ended, all public men must be prepared to plan for the new world order. Moderate Selling Of Mirie Stocks -TORONTO, July 17. CB-L- Moderate selling of the mining stocks resulted in losses for those groups on the Toronto market today while the industrials held fairly steady and the Western oils registered . slight gains. Volume was .about even with Wednesday's turnover around ,180,000 shares. Toronto Stocks Bv The Canadian Press. ' Sales Stock . High Low Close 800-Aldermac ... ' 9 9 9 33 Alaoma Steel 8.t SU aw 3200 Ang. Can. ... 39 89 39 wu Armneld -. , . . 7 7 7 300 Aunor 1 as las las 4200 Bankrleld .... 8 8 . 3 3000 Bear Ex. .... 8 8 100 BeatUa I.OB 1.08 I OS 78 Beatty 3 7 7 9 Bell Tel 14S 144 il 114. 3000 Bldgood 8 3 8 sza Brsiorne .... 10 10'. 10V 1250 Brazilian .... 9 7 8 100 B.k A. OU 1SL 154k 1L 7500 Broulan 32 79 79 . 20 Buffalo Ank 4 35 4.15 4 38 200 Cel. Ed. .... 135 1.33 1.32 1100 Catmont .... 30 ' 30 20 35 Cab. Cement P. 95 93 95 31 Can. Malting 33 33 33 100 Can. 8. S. P. 31 31 21 38 Bank of Com. 147 147 147 10 Cannera B. P. 9 9 9 IB Cdn. Car P. 32 23 33 40 Cdn. Celanese 34 , 34 34 100 Cdn. In. A. A. 2U " (. u . 323 C.PJt. .... .. . a" 5 8 8 j- 8 Cdn. Wire , 30 . 20 : 30 . a. 4.78 , i.7B ij 4iw 1 , " - ,. '4 1950 ChesterUle .. 1.42 1J7 1.40 28 Cocksh 3 8 8 80 Cons. Smelt. . 33 38 38 2 Cons. Caa .,118 , 113 115 18 Crow's Neat , 33 ' 33 - 33 1000 Davles .... 14 13 13 810 Dome 33 -1 33 23 38 D. r. 4c 8. . 19 19 19 133 D. SO. B ... , 7 ' 7 7 33 D. Stores ... - 4. 4 4 13 D. WooL- P.. 7 7 . 7 30 Dorval -.. .. 1 li li 12318 Duquaana . 10 ' 10 ' 10 1850 East. Jdal. ... JM 3.1S 3.19 1000 Eldorado . .' 34 38 36 100 Ex. OU .... 17 17 17 300 Ealcon S-80 -. SJO 3.80 18 P. Farmer -. 33 33 33 1500 Fed. Kirk. .. 3 3 3 800 Fernland , . 1 1 1 83 Ford A .. .. 18 15 15 3000 Francoeur . 43 44 - - 44 13000 CUllea 7 7 ,7 100 God s Lake . 29 29 -29 1800 Ooldale ..... 13 13 13 1500 Gold Eagle V -- 3. 3 . 3 IO00 Oold. Gate 9 . , 8 9 3500 Malcrow .... 'i 8", - 8 100 Ham. Bridge 3 3 3 1200 Hard Rock,. . 73 , 74 78 4800 Harker ... . 3' 3 " 3 343 HoUinger -.1. 11 13 tl 3323 Home Oil I 3.23 3.18 125 4300 Howay ...... 23 . 31 21 347 Hud. Bay Min. 35; .35 25V, 177 Imp. Oil 9 9 . 9 300 Imp. Tob. .. 12 13 12 10 Int. Milling P. Ill , 111 111 414 Inter. Nickel , 34 33 33 590 Inter. Pet. 13 13 13 1000 In. Utll. B. .. 15 15 13 1000 Jack Wait . 30 19 19 1800 Jaaoa Mined . 40 40 40 1913 Kerr Add. .. 4 35 4J0 4 JO 3100 Kirk. Laka .. 72 72 72 10 Laka Shore . 13 15 , 18 473 Lamaque .... 4 45 4.40. ,4.49 1000 Leitch 51 81 81 TOO Little L. L. '.. 1.98 1.98 1.99 108 Loblaw A ... 25 25 25 - 80 Loblaw B ... 23 13 Z3' 100 Macaaaa 3.90 3.90 3.90 1829 MacLeod .... 1.78 1.71 1.71 300 Madaen 72 70 71 8300 Malartie 1.10 1.03 1.10 35 M. L. Mill. P.. 8 8 3 275 Massey H. ... 2 2 2 50 Massey H. P. , 40 40 .- 40 37 McCofl 3 3 3 3 McColl P. ... 89 8S 89 100 McKenzle ... 1.05 1.06 1.08 1000 McVittie 3 . 8 8 1500 McWatt.-, . . IS 14 13 250 Mln. Corp. . 75 , 70 70 1000 Monet -34" 34 34 3 Moor ... , . . r U .". 43 43 1100 Murphy - 3 , - 3 3 800 Naybob .. .? 33 - 23 23 800 New GoL Rose - 1 1 1 100 Nlplss. ... j,. 1.10 1.10 .1.10 217 Noranda.: .. 88 . 88 . 34 3500 Nordon .. '.. 3 1 3." 3 300 Normetal . . O 41 ' 43 90 N , Starr O. P. 3 3 3 00 O'Brien . .. 30 73 . 78 aa rwiu . ' so . so so ittOO Omega ... ., 14 . 13 13 8 O. Crualt ; 10 - i.oo .ldo 300 PaeaHa . .. 3-33 8 Page Her. .. '108 108 103 . 800 Pamour . .. 1J7 1.08 1.05 .1000 Pandora . ., 3 . 3.3 8100 Paymaster ".. IT. 17 11 50 Perron .. .. 1.48 1.45 1.45 1975 Pick. Crow . 3.00 1 95 3.98 28 Pioneer . .. SJO SJO 3.30 20 Powell .... 00 80 ' 80 30 Press Metal . 8 8 " 8 800 Preston . ... 3 JO 3.18 3.13 2500 Reno ... .... 11 11 11 3 Royal Bk. .. 188 . 158 185 800 St. Anth. ... 8 8 3 40 St. L. Cp. P. IS ; IS IS 800 San Ant. .. 3.45 3.48 3.43 100 Senator . .. 43 43 43 ' 800 Sheep Ck. .. 87 -.. 31- 87 M5 Sherrltt . . . 75 79 75 000 Siscoa . . ... 83 ' 33- ; 82 3500 Slave Lk. .. ' SV ' 8 285 Stand. Radio. 2 3 ' 3 10 Steel Can. .84 4 . at 3300 Steeo R. .. 1J4 1 JO 1J1 ennn straw T.ir . lie n'. ir. 1500 8ud. Contact ."' 3 3 " 3 too suuivan . . eo ev - eu 800 Svlvanlta . . 3.70 3 85 1.70 940 Teck H. .. 1.7S 3.7S 1.78 100 Texaa 1.00 1.00 IM 1400 Towagamac .14 14 . 14 800 Uchl .1,.., .10 ,10., 10. 11000 Uchl B .. . 40 40 40 100 Un. Gas .. . 11 11 H',5 . . 8 Un. Fls. A. P 33 33 33 118 Un. Steel .. 3 '. 3 3 3100 Up. Can. ... 1.97 i.so l.3 300 Ventures .. .'4.00 4.00 - 4.00 400 Waita Amu. SJO 3 JO 3 JO 70 Walker .. .. 43 41 43 85 Walker P .. 22 19 20 33100 W. Loan, 3 .-. 38 98 98 10 Weston ...... 10 10 ,, IB 1323 Wri. Harg. . . SJS . 3.3S . 1-3S S00 Dslhousie ... 38 - ' 38 38 100 Pend Oreille . 1.48 ' 1.48 -1.48 "Total sales, 184.000;- - Want Reorganization Of Int. Utilities Capital Set-up ; . WASHINGTON, J July 18. Vft The United States Securities and Exchange Commission today called for complete capital reorganization of International Utilities Corporation on the ground that "1,252,270 shares of apparently worthless class "B" stock controls" the $44,352,000 system. International holds 75.9 percent of the common stock of General Water, Gas and Electric Company, an intermediate holding company which controls 12 water companies, a hot water company ind a gas company scattered through Idaho, Missouri, California, Pennsylvania, Indiana, Florida and New York. International also holds all of the common stock of Dominion Gas and Electric Company, a holding company which controls two gas companies, an electric utility and some non-utility businesses in Canada. - '' i' Ordering a hearing August 6, the S.E.C. called upon the company to show why holders of the class "B" stock should not be restricted to the election of one director, while each of the other classes of stock would be entitled to elect fixed numbers of directors. Passes Cancelled a 1 After Troop Clash i. - ; ; , " 3 O'clock Edltioa Service. GUELPH.I Ont, July 17. KB Reveille passes for members , of the 100th Light Anti-Aircraft Battery of Guelph were reported today to have been cancelled following, a skirmish on a downtown street yesterday between some battery members and some airmen from -the No. 4 Wireless Training School ! . . . The skirmish was reported to have started after a soldier, passing a group of Royal Canadian Air Force men, said "Hello pigeons' and the airmen replied "hello groundhog". Black eyes and bruised faces were said to have resulted among the combattants. , - Two British Ships -Destroyed by Huns' 8 O'clock Edition Service. NEW YORK, July 17 (ff) Destruction of two British freighters one of them recently repaired after being damaged in an air raid and the other a captured German- ship waa disclosed in maritime circles today. . These sources said 38 men were rescued when the 3.721-ton Empire Industry, formerly the German freighter Henning Oldcndorff, was surlk. , The entire crew of 30 was savod when the Royal Crown, 4,364 tons, was destroyed. The Rnval Crown has been ferrying American supplies to Britain. On Jan. 30, 1940, 12 of her crew died during a German air raid on a North Sea convoy. She was towed to port and repaired, 'v. Axis Holding U.S. : Consular Officials I O'clock Edltioa Service. BERLIN. July 17 iJPl United States consular officials and em ployes now rounded up for ejection from Germany and Europe will not be set free until German Consular officials on the American Navy transport West Point are set down on European soil, an aumorizea spokesman ' declared tonight. Americans who have been, sta tioned in Germany now are in Frankfurt-on-Main, and those in Italy are being assembled at San Remo. "The clan is to oiv un th Americans at the moment the Italians and Germans safelv' re turn", the SDokesman said. ..The exchange possibly will we place, .in Spain, although, details are unsettled. The . aim is to make the Deration as smooth as possible." Held By Italians. ROME. Jul , 17 (ft Thst Foreign Office informed tha United States Embassy tonight that the American consular party, en route home under exmilslon orders, would not be permitted to leave Italy until word had been received that a similar Italian consular party had arrived in Lisbon, ponugai, ana aisemoarxed xrom the United States Navy transport West Point, Bond Quotations lappHed by Members of tha Investment uaaiars Asoc-auo-a e vsnsaa. Brttlab Cense! 2 Parpetuala .......... 82 CS3 DOMINION GOVERNMENT BONDS. ?Due. ! I Bid Asked June. 1, 1944 100 101 l',4 June 1. 1943.......... lOMk 102. 2 Nov. 13,' 1944 102 102 a uct. is, isu joi4 joj'i 3 Parpetuala 91 92 3 Oct. 1. 1949-83 98 99 3 - June L 19M-M 98 - 99 3 June 1. 19S3-S8....... 98 99 3 July 1. 1944-49-.. 102 103 3 Nov. 13, 1948-81 100 101',, 3 Juna 13. 1950-81 99 100 3 Feb. 1, 1948-83 101 102 3 July 1. 1948-83 100 101 3 Oct.,, 13, 1944-49 102 103 4 Oct. 18, 1943-49.-...., 104 103 4 " Oct. 18. 1941-83. 103 108 4 Oct. IS. 1944 101 108 4'i Feb. 1. 1944 109. 110't 4 Nov. 1. 1948-88 101 108 4 NOV. 1. 1947-57....... 107 108 4,i NOV. I. lfHS-e. ...... lOB 10 4 Nov.: 1. 1949-89 108 108', s . nov. is, unit jui-, iuiv, I. Oct. 18. 1941 108 101 poadaloa Geverament Guaranteed. C.NJL 3 1943 100". 101 CNR. 3 1943 100 101 C-NJt. 3 1944 . 101 101 C.N.R. ' 3 1948 ' 100 101 C.N.R. U We 103 CN R. 3 1943 ' 98 .. 99 CM -it. 3 1W4B-8Z WJ . 99 C.NJl. 3 1948-83 91 98 CN R. 3 1954-89 94 91 CN R. 4 1951 113 115 C.N.R 4 1958 , 113 1 118 n ail. avt iiaic ' ' 1IU'. . ... .... ....... . . .a - . " PJiJL ...4 1953 118U..-111'! C.N.R. - 8 1954 118 111 C.N.R. a . 1849-09 117 JJS ICit.WJJM.".'. 8 1, 1933 111 -119 Race Results FORT ERIE RESULTS.;. First race, 1700, claiming, maidens, 3-year-olds and up, . 6 furlongs . Courtier,- US (Atkins), $6.60, $4.2 J, .14.15; Balquehollie, 110 (Courtney).' $31.80, $17.25; Play Flash, 104 (Rogers),'. $6.35. Time 1.19 2-5. Floor Show, Guess Who, Progress, i Fair Port, Quinte Lass. SuntackT-Mary's - Lullaby, GetwelL Draegermaa also ran. Second race purse $700, claim ing, 3-yser-olds and up, 6 furlongs. Golden Silence,' 111 (Bir-ley), 4.45, 3.20, 2J5; Cosweep, 115 (Remillard, 4.05, 3.40; Thornlea. Ill (Bavlngton), 3.70. Time 1.1& Full ot Speed, Traffic Light, Pop- plnalong. Wee Princess, ; Speak also raiu :.;r .' Daily Double:: Courtlot and Golden Silence, paid $14,13. , i " EMPIRE CITY RESULTS.' , First race, purse $1 J00, claim ing, ' maidens, . 2-year-olds, v 5H furlongs Miss Carlie, 108, . (Oli ver) $13.40, . $8 JO, $5.70; Very Graceful, 108, (J. Skelly) $10.10, $6.00; Infant Queen, 112, (C. Rol lins) $9.10. .Time 1.09. ; Quatrebelle, Night Lass. aBear Island, aMiss Mary Jane, Spot-wood Girl, At Bat, Sunburst, Judy B. and Pine Cliff also ran. ! C. T. Chenery and F. Lans- burgh entry; - ' - V-"V 'f- " ' 'Second race, nurse $1,500. claim ing, 4-year-olds and upward, about 0 furlongs Marogay, 122 (A. Robertson), 3.40, 2.80, 2.20. Straight Lead, 122 : (D. Meade), 3.90. 2.70. Drudgery, 113 (J. Gil bert), 2.70. Time 1.09 1-5. Bright View, Shadows Pass, Shortstop also ran. ! Daily Double: Miss Curlie and Marogay paid $47.40 for $2.00. - Third race, purse $1,500, allow ances, 2-year-olds, 5 1-2 furlongs. Sir Counsellor, 116 (J. Gilbert), 6.20, 3.70, 3.10; Psychiatrist, 116 (J. Harrell), 13.50, 8.00; Eire, 111 (P. Roberta), 7.60. Time 1.08. Wee Bairn, - Gallant Devil, Footrule, Ariel Land and Johnny Jr., also ran. ' ., ' Third race, .$700, special weights, maidens, 2-year-olds, 5V4 furlongs xClocklike, U6V (Con-fey) $2.65, $2.90, $2.35; xSUppler, 116, (Birley) $2.75, $2.83, $2J5; Lady Lil, 113, (Mulrooney) $2J5. Time 1.10 4-5. Khortoi, Court Gallant, Bugle March, Silaris also ran. ')'; Fourth race, purse $2,000 added, graded handicap, class C, 3-year-olds, about 6 furlongs Ponty 117 (A. Robertson), 6.70. 5.40, .3.40; Hard Jester 112 (D. Meade), 7.50, 3.80; Springwood 122 (J. Skelly), 2.80. Time 1.09 3-Sr ! -i Cavalier, Homeward Bound and Livelyhood, also ran. , . . 1 . MOUNT ROYAL RESULTS. First race, $300, claiming, -3- year-olds and up, iVt furlongs-Great Leader, 118, (Mann) $2.60, $2.20, $2.10; Chancabit, 113, (Hor-Vath) $4.83, $2.20; Miss Dust Bowl, 105, (Schaffer) $2.70. Time 1.07 4-5. Copa de Oro, Sainte Janie, Sun- areve. Gay Jack, Red Diamond, One Strike, Empson . Prince, Black Ribbon, Stingal also ran. ' : QuineUa paid $9.90. Winners Great Leader and, Chahabit Second race, purse $300,. claim ing, 3-year-olds 9nd up, 3 1-2 fur longs. Xmas CaroL 108 (Henson), 8.33, 4.85, 3.10; Irene's Bob, .118 (Barker). 8.73, 4.00; Jig, 113 (Hal liburton), 2.40. Time 1.07 2-5. Raceaway, Alvamor, Scoshera, Contribute, Natty Boy, My Prisoner, Toptin, Don Carlos, ' Jack Snipe. . - Bank Street Chambers Sold to Snear Miller Tenants of stores and offices in the Bank Street Chamber will continue occupany, Snear Miller stated today, revealing that he has bought the property for $73,-000 from the Royal Trust Company, acting tor the J. G. Butter-worth estate. - ! ' The building occupies a site 99 by 99 feet, frontage being on Albert and Bank streets. The building and land is assess ed for a total f $124,525, the assessment on the building being $28,000 and on the land, $96,525. Metal Markets p NEW YORK, July 11. m Copper, steady; electrolytic, spot Conn.- valley ).w; export .a .n. rt.T. u.wia.w. Tin, easier; spot and nearby 51.00; tor-ward 82.23.- Lead, steady; spot New York 8.88-8.90; Cast St. Louis 9.10. Zinc, steady: East St Louis spot and forward 1.23. Pic iron, aluminum, antimony, quicksilver, platinum. Chin, ese wolframite and domestic tcheelite unchanged. - . , . r MONTREAL. Julv 11 CD Soot: copper, electrolytic, 12.13: tin Sl.2,: lead, 8.80; zinc, 8.83; anUmony. 12.83: per 100 pounds I o.b. Montreal, live-ton tots. STRICTLY BUSINESS fi i Oi I ' .tabaaa. anaM' ' ',' '. 'i ': "No, those aren't opt and downs Reactionary Trend On London Market . -. LONDON, July n-(JP The stock market today displayed' a -somewhat- reactionary tendency after the reslg Ration of the Japanese Cabinet and Genoa:: claims of . advances en tha Russian front, but closed with a steadier tone. Gilt-edged Issnes were lower on balance, but war loan I Vis finished- above the lows of the day. ' Among foreign bonds Jap--' anese issnes regained earlier losses and Chinese bonds also improved; " j- Domestie rails were easier. Kaffirs were .steadier at ; ' ' lower levels. Indus trials were lrregnlar with the exception of leading motor shares. . Oils weakened slightly. . Sentence Itali For Sabotage 8 O'clock Edltioa Service. ' BALTIMORE, ' July 17. P Thirty-one Italian seamen, charged -with sabotaging two Italian ships in Baltimore last March, were sentenced by Federal Judge W. Calvin Chesnut today to prison terms ranging -from 'three months to three years. . Three-year terms were imposed on the masters of the vessels, the Pietro Campanella and the Euro. The two chief engineers each drew two years, 24 crewmen were given a year and a. day and three crewmen, three months each. The sentences begin, today. Captain of the Pietro Campanella it Luigi Schiaffino, and the chief engineer, Paolo Caltaflano. The Euro's master is Paulo Pier-raccini, and the chief engineer, Carlo Saglietto. Wheat Futures Fractionally Higher 8 O'clock Edltioa Service. WINNIPEG, July 17. . KJ) Aided by scarcity: of offerings, wheat futures prices ruled fractionally higher in quiet trading on Winnipeg's Grain . Exchange today and closed Vi-cenV ahead to unchanged under light support by Canadian and United States mills. Final quotations . were 75 tor July. 77V4 October, and 78 for the December future. Quotation. ' : Wheat July .. .. Oct. .. .. Pec Oats-July .. .. Oct. .. Dec Barley-July .. .. Oct. .: .. Dec. . rux4-July 4 .. Oct.- .. Dec. .. .. Rye-July .. ., Oct. ..... Dec Open High Low Close is 7HIi IS'.k T1U T1. 781, 18 "15 18',s , 18!e saifc 38 331 83 48 39 33 401'.' 38, sj',4 88 481,5 3r 3U 33i 84. 41 43 i 33 S3 41 48 .1.SI14. : . I.3T,i l.SO'i- 1J0! 1.80',, l.SOTk 1 83'i 84 ';-;S3s j 33 r- S8- -.- 88'i. m 1 38 8S'.'., 33, ML 33 Cask Prices.. wnwT; t nira, ie'3:. i nor., ie,.: Nor.. TTs: 3 Nor.. 10; 4 Nor. 8. 8 wheat 1V. 8 wheat, 13V,; 1 imbc t hard. 18:? 1 Nor.. 13',: 3 amber Durum, 11' uais: i i-.yvv J;. ex. t-.w- Ji:t. I C.W., 31; ex. 1 feed. 31; 1 feed. 38; I feed. 34; 3 feed. 32. Barley: 1 anofs C.W, 8 row, 188; t and i 3 C.Wtf 3 row. 83; 3 C.W. row, 83. . 1 feed. 83;"3 fet 81. 3 feed. 80. - i , rux: i c.w.J i.si: i c.w. 13'i; I CW, 1J1U; 4 C.W, 1J3. Rye: a C.W 3JTi. .'. - - Lower at Chicate. CHICAGO, July 11. :Jff Wheat prtcee dropped two cents a bushel today to the lowest point sine June 31. as a result of liquidation based on the congestion ot supplies at most termK nais, erowainf .storage space to. tha limit In some ease, and on Russian war news and a Commodity Exchante Administration request lor Increased margin requirements for trading. Wheat closed t-3 cent lower then yesterday. July 81.01. September 9l.03-St.O4: corn - down. July 13 '4. September IS; oats -J, lower. Wheat t s Ooea Hieh Lew Close ... 12 . J.eSJfc lOlU 1.0H ... 1.04 I.O -1.03 . l.Kl'.k Sept. .. Dec. . .. Corn-Sept. ... Sept. ... ... 1.09 .0V lJOMt -ua .,13 . .18 . 77 .18 '.4 73 ?7'a S4'. 78 ' 78 Dee. ......... Oata July New .. Sept. New . Dee. Soybeans July Ocl. Old .i Oct. New . Dec. Hya July New Sept. New . . Dec. ........ Lard July .. 71 77 . 34 : 38 . .37. 34-aa 34 38 31 31' 31 1e IAK L4 1.47- ijo ijn 1.37 1.40 1.40 IJW 1.40 l.0 1.38 1.41 131 1 .38', 1J8 88. 88. 88', 97 M 81 , 80 80 90 , 88 91 80 . 10.01 10.30 10.37 . 10.43 Sept. .. .. ...1.2S Oct. .. .. 10.48 Dee .'. ..10.83 1033 10.11 10.49 - 1031 10.83 10.43 BeUies July . Sept ..' . 13.13 1331 13.10 uct Cash wheat No. .3 Ked 1.03.' No ' 1 mixed 1.01U. Com No.- 3 white 88. Oats No. 1 white 33. Barley maltlne. 83-63 nom. Soy beans No. a yeuow 1.4S ky McraaUars our chartist had the hiccups.' ,000th Bomber ..t,rr if'. Rolled Off 5 O'clock Edition Service. . BURBANK, Calif, July 17 (JP) - Viscount Halifax, British Am- bassador to the United States, tor , day brought the thanks of his .. people to workers of the LocK-' heed airplane factory as the for Britain rolled off tbg assem bly line. l "I bring the thanks of my peo- pie for the skill, craftsmanship, work and good-will you are put-ing into these fighting ships", he said. . 1 ' . ' ' ','r . Story ef Pilot personal thanks of an R.AJ". pilot who had flown one of the porno- a ers on a sortie over Occupied rrance. Telling we story, ,xne )t ambassador related: ' "Hen', the pilot said to. me, 'it (the machine) was shot to pieces. . Pretty nearly everything was shot . to pieces. Look at the rudder, not . much left of it, but the old kite brought us home 350 miles on one . lung.. . Not another - aircraft in " the world could take the punish- . ment this one did today and yet . make its landfall. If you ever get to California drop into, the Lockheed factory and . tell them thanks for me. This is a kite that doesn't know when it's beaten.' "That is the quality of sturdi- ness that has led many high om- cers in the Royal Air Force to . use the words The Hudson Lock heed is a household word In our coastal' command." To Be Used for Freedom. . : . "All that you give us". Halifax " continued, "will be .used -in the defence of freedom of speech, thought and religion, and the personal liberties, which things the English-speaking people the world , over value more highly than Hie itself. , . . "You know, we know,- and if . the Nazis do not know It now they soon will, what you're doing. y "This- 'plane (referring to the 1.000th bomber), when it gets fc England, will do its bit to swell . the stream of war material which ,. one day will become a -flood a' preparation becomes . production. - Planes and ships, ships ana . planes from this country to join . those that our men and women at home are turning out, are what we neea moat. '.'.; r I ti. J... I LUI. TYCUyWUUU Sorry for Remarks ? 3 O'clock KdHlaa ervic. NEW YORK. July 17. CoU Josiah C. Wedgwood, British .- member of Parliament, is sorry ' for somo ol bis remarks .which riled several United .States Congressmen, particularly Senator Burton Wheeler (Dem.. Montana). , York Journal American that he . did .not mean to insult Congress with the remark ascribed to him:. "Why don't you have a sensible . Congress?". Y.. He also aaid be was sorry for- . Assembly Line what, he said about Senator . Wheeler, the remark being Quoted on the Senate floor by the Mon tana Senator as "tell Wheeler to , go soak his head", . CoL. Wedgwood told the paper. however, that he did not with-,, draw an interview of last Monday, in which he asserted: 1. That America ought to de- . clare war. i 2. That the "best people" don t go to Congress. ; 3. That Senator : Wheeler was a "wretched appeaser" and should "go soak his head". ' . Wheeler read the Interview in : the Senate and commented: Think ' of the gall, think of the insolence of a member of the British Parlia ment coming ever here and ridi culing the Congress of the United States." ,.. RAF. Raids Steamer And E-Boaf Escort i -j. " 8 O'Cleek Kdltlea ervlca. 1 A SOUTHEAST . ENGLAND COAST TOWN, July.17. W Royal Air Force fighters roaring across the Dover. strait for renewed blows on the continent deflect ed their sweep .tonight and made a diving, attack on a large steam- . ship and its E-boat escort near Cap Griz Net Occupied France. Through field glasses, observers on' the shore saw "the big ship. camouflaged with vertical stripes,' slipping along close to . the op-.. posite coast, i Suddenly guns flashed along th'; decks as several "planes pounced out of the blue si . for the attack. They circled after the first swoop and delivered another attack from a low leveL 1 ' Then the ship and escort disappeared into the haze, heading' toward Boulogne. ' Several minutes later -the sky above Calais blackened with shell-bursts, and. the rumble ot gunfire drifted across the Channel. - Canadian Survivors Landed in Lisbon LONDON, July 18. B Reut-er news agency reported tonight? from, Lisbon that five Canadian ' crew members of the torpedoed 8,373-ton British' motorship Sil-veryew had been landed there. The agency was not able immediately to identify the men, but said they had arrived there from St. Vincent, Cape Verde Islands. CLAIM SUEZ RAID. ' BERLIN, July 17, UJ) , German-bombers raided the harbor of Sues, Tuesday night, setting fire to piL'ianks at the southern -wU -1 Iki ..Mill V. f V. M M V High Command said today.

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