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THE WILMINGTON DISPATCH. TUESDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 16, 19 J8.
Market Review Marind and Weather News
.Charleston v spot
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. NEW YORK COTTON.
;; New. York,, April 16. There was
J renewed excitement and a further
1 Sensational break in prices at the
opening of the cotton market today.! while specialties fell back under the
Liverpool cables reported the mil
maximum break of 100 points permit
ted for the day in the market today.
V .4 - &
New York, April 16 War bulletins
received in the financial district short
ly before the opening of today's stock
market tended to depress prices
moderately in the initial dealings.
The leaders of the preceding session,
including United' States Steel, CrucU
ble Steel, Baldwin, Locomotive, Ship
pings, Reading, Oils . and Alcohol
yielded the better part " of a point,
reaction; in General Motors, that stock
losing 2 3-8. Prices hardened before
the end of the first half hour
ber ore local opening with sellers at -ferty bonds were steady.
the low prices, and there was further
-active Liverpool selling around the
local ring as well as continued gen
eral liquidation. The opening was f
100. to 113 points lower on old crop
- positions, with May selling at 27.95
- and July, at 27.40 during the call. La
. ter. deliveries opened at a decline of
44 to points "with October selling at
,28.00 and December at 26.45 during
: tlthe first few minutes. No fresh bear
fish feature was in evidence, but sen
' -- timent .was extremely nervous and un
settled and liquidation was probably
r stimulated by reports that the break
- 'in " futures had checked demand for
both spot cotton and goods. The sus
" "pension of a local floor broker was
"-announced, but it was considered of
little or no influence on the market,
-i ' Cotton closed firm.
' -V- . High. Low. Close.
Hifay ,. .. .. ..29.28 27.95 28.98
July . . 28.90 27.40
October. . .. .. -.27.75 26.00
December 27.40 26.35
January.. 27.35 26.10
i NEW YORK SPOT COTTON.
j J New York, April 16. Spot cotton,
-quiet; middling 30.50.
NEW ORLEANS COTTON.
:?S'New Orleans, "April 16. Weakness
featured the early trading in cotton
(j, here today, the . market losing 66 to
"93 .points in the first . half hour of
American Beet Suear 72
American Can 42 1-4
Amer. Car & Foundry " 78
American Locomotive . . . . . . 62 1-2
American Linseed . . . . . . . - 32
Amer. Smelt. & Refining 77
American Sugar 101 7-8
American T. & T 100 1-4
Anaconda Copper .... . . .... 64 5-8
Atl., Gulf & W. Indies 109 1-4
Baldwin Locomotive 76 7-8
Baltimore & Ohio 52
Bethlehem Steel "B" 77 3-4
Canadian Pacific .. .. .. . .1Z71-4
Central' Leather 66 7-8
Chesapeake & Ohio 55 1-4
Chi.-, Mil. & St. Paul 39 1-4
Chi., R. I. & Pac 19
Chino Copper ... 411-2
Colorado Fuel & Iron 36 3-4
Corn Products .. .. 36 5-8
Crucible Steel 62 1-4
Cuba Cane Sugar 28
Erie . . . . 14 1-4
... 89 1"
... 27 3-
General Motors . . . .
Great Northern Pfd. . . .
Great Northern Ore Ctfs
Illinois Central (bid) . . .
Inspiration Copper . .
Int. Mer. Marine . 25
Int. Mer. Marine Pfd 93 1-2
International Paper 33
Kenecott Copper ? 321-8
Louisville h Nashville (bid) ...1111-2
Maxwell Motors (bid) .. .. .. 26
Mexican Petroleum 93 3-4
Eggs (scarce) .., .35c
Butter ;v .. u.
Spring chickens .. .. .. .. 40 ic 60c.
Grown chickens 70 to 90
Puddle duck ... .... 60c.
Guineas .. .. .-40c
Beef (dressed) 1 to 14c.
Irish potatoes (bag) $5.00
Irish potatoes, Maine grown, Irish
Cobbler deed potatoes. 150 lb
N. C. Hams. Ib .. .. .. .. S2 to S5:
N. C. shoulders and ribs .. 30 to 32c
Cabbage, 100 lbs. (scarce) .. ..$4.60
Hides, green .. 17c
Wool, free of burr ..
Corn, busneL .. $2.00
Bees wax 30 to 32c.
Salted hides ... Uc
. 10 to 12o
. . ....$4.25
.. . $2.15
.. . $.75
J. OilU VT .. .. . . . . .i
Onions (2 bushels) .. .
Peanuts, N. 0. and Va.
Peanuts, Spanlst .. ..
Apples, Winesap, bbl.,
Spirits 40 cents. ilffijOTI
XlUBiU 11UVU1U5 UUlUgi K SJiSJSl !
Tar $3.00 and 13 1-i cents.
Crude? $4.00, $4.00 and $3.00.
NOT BELIEVED THAT
Washinatdn, April 16.- Dispatches
to the Navy Department today from
Rear Admiral Knight; . commanaing
the American Asiatic fleet and to the
State Department from consular rep
resentatives still made o mention
of activities of American , forces at
Recent press dispatches from
Harbin said that reports -.. reaching
there from ' Vladivostok told of the
landing of American forces. Officials
now are convinced that refugees saw
a party of marines on shore leave or
a quartermaster's corps and thought,
it was a landing party.
BREAK CAMP RATHER
THAN BE TRANSFERRED
Houston, Texas, April 16. Approxi
mately 100 men belonging to various
organizations In the headquarters
trains and military- police companies
broke from Camp Logan yesterday
and escaped when an order was issued
transferring them to other organiza
tions in the division. All but two of
them have been captured - and will
probably face charges of conspiring to
mutiny, it was announced today. The
majority of the men were from the
old "fighting seventh" guard regi
ment of Chicago. ;
TO REACH AMERICA
NOTICE THERE WILL BE A Busi
ness .Meeting of the W. L. I. to
night . directly after drill. - 4-16-lti
STILL ENTERTAIN HOPE
FOR COLLIER CYCLOPS
Washington, April 16. Although no
word haskcomd today as to the fate
of the bife'nayal collier. Cyclops,, miss
ing iince&March 14, the Navy Depart
ment refused to give up all hope of
her safety and will continue its search
for some clue '-'that might solve her
Navy officials themselves hold dif
ferent opinions as to what has be
come of the ship, some believing tliat
she was sunk by a bomb placed be
fore her departure from a South Am
erican port, others are of the opinion
that she was sunk in a sudden squall
and still others are inclined to be
lieve she was captured by a German
businers. Selling was general and
'the market was nervous and excited j Miami Copper 28 3-4
" witl 10 to 2R noiiilm bvtween trades, i Midvale Steel 45 7-8
"Cotton .closed steady, J8 to
May . '. . .
iJuly .. ..
; i October -. .
s i December.
48 Mo. Pacific
j New York Central
High. Low. Close. Norfolk & Western
. .28.55. 27.29 28.43 Northern Pacific (bid) ..
27.52 Ohio Cities Gas
26.43 I Pennsylvania ...
26.14 Pittsburg Coal
NEW ORLEANS SPOT COTTON.
Ray Consolidated - Copper
Rep. Iron and Steel ..
New Orleans, April 16 Spot cot- Sinclair Oil & Refining
vtpn, nominal; unchanged: sales, 100:
j to arrive, none; low middling,, 31.00;
middling, 33..00; good middling, 34.25.
f;Receipts 5,649: stock 447,327.
i LIVERPOOL COTTON.
: Liverpool, April it. uouon: snot.
raiet; prices weak; good middling
,23.24; middling 22.71; low middling
.22.19; 'good ordinary 21.19; ordinary
- .20.66. Sales 4,000 bales including 3,-
300 American. Receipts 18,000 bales,
including 14,600 American. Futures
- closed weak. The only business in
;new contracts was at a penny decline,
! the minimum price. Closing prices
5 were: April 22.67; May 22.38; June
V 22.13; July 21.92; August 21.72. Old
. contracts (fixed prices): April 21.26;
-KApril-May 21.18; May-June 21.10;
. .June-July 21.02.
jv COTTON SEED OIL.
.- New York, April 16. Cotton seed'
- oil market, no quotations.
IS- CHICAGO LIVE STOCK.
-Mr Chicago, April 16. Hogs: Reecipts
. 26,000.. Bulk 17740 .to' 17.75; light
:17S5 to 17.82; mixed 17.10 to 17.85;
heavy 16.25 to 17.70; rough 16.65 ;o
'16.70; pigs 13.00 to 17.00.
' Catt?e: Receipts 16,000; steady. Na-
" tive steers 10.80 to 16.75; stockers
tahd feeders 8.75 to 12.65; cows and
fheifers 7.50 to 13.75; calves 10.00 to
- IF, 00. '
t-. Sheep: Receipts 14,000. Steady.
- .'sheep 13.00 to 17.85; lambs 16.50 to
" SAVANNAH MARKET.
Savannah, April 16. Turpentine,
"firm 38 1-2; sales 58; receipts 222;
"shipments 201; stock 231,506.
j -Rosin, firm; sales 574; receipts
I63; shipments 166; stocks 97,248.
- Quote: B, D, E, 5.25; F, 5.27 1-2;
G, H, I, 5.25; K, 5.5?; M, 5.75; N,
,8.30; WG, 6.50; WW, 6.90.
Daniels Rides in Airplane.
-Washington, April 16. Secretary
v .Daniels was a passenger today with
Lieutenant Doherity, a naval aviator,
In, a 20-minute flight over the capital.
. A service hydro-airplane was used.
24 3 8
Studebaker Corporation 37 3-4
Tenn. Copper 17 1-8
Texas Co 143
Tobacco Products .... 53 7-8
Union Pacific 118 5-8
United Cigar Stores 88 1-4
U. S. Ind. Alcohol 1231-4
U. S. Rubber 53
U. S. Steel 91 7-8
Wabash Pfd. "A"
A. C. L. (bid)
Gulf States Steel (bid) . . .
S. A. Lu ..'
Sloss. Shef. Steel r Iron . .
United Fruit 123 '
Va. Car. Chem. (bid) 411-2
Chicago, April 16. Excellent plant
ing conditions had a decided bearish
effect today on corn. Opening prices
which ranged from 1-8 to 3-4 lower,
with May'1.27 and July 1.49 to 1.49 1-4,
were followed by a sharp additional
break, especially in the July deliv
Oats, like corn, showed weakness
on account of bearish weather and
war advices. Provisions were de
pressed by the liberal lard ' supplies
during the first lialf of April.
Grain and provision prices:
July .. .. ..
Cash: Corn, No. 2, yellow, 1.70 to
1.72; No. 3, yellow, 1.65 to 1.66; No.
4, yellow, 1.45 to 1.55. Oats, No. 3,
white, 89 1-2 to 90 1-4; standard, 90
to 90 1-4. Rye, No. 2, nominal. Bar
ley, 1.40 to 1.78. Timothy, 5.00 to
8.00. Clover, 18.00 to 28.00. Pork,
nominal. Lard, 25.52. Ribs, 23.55 to
Columbia, S. C, April 16. On his
return from a trip to Washington to
day. Governor Richard I. Manning is
sued the following statement:
with reference to the ship building
Would Release American Products;
'Washington. April 16. Reports that -1
Danish importers seeking to ftrce a ,
release of -j American products .nave
been circularizing merchants and
manufacturers in the United States,
hinting unless they are permitted to
purchase' what they please their trade ;
will go to Germany after the-war, has.
drawn from the War Trade Board as
surance that everything possible willj
be done to safeguard American om-'
-IN NEW YORK CITY
A Good Room with Bath
' at 2.00 to 3.00 Per Day
Is Hard to Find,
But the Editor of this Paper will
tell you "You can get
them at the
Bet. 5th Ave. and Broadway.
HomelHie, Moflrrp. Fireproof, Cen
tral, nr Thoitr-s and Shops.
Best of I'v.-wi rt Fair Prices.
V.Trk f !kl3t to
DANIEL. I 3tfTCH3T. Prop.
1.49" 1.47 18
. .87 3-4 .871-2
. .84 .831-4
An Atlantic Port, April; -16.-The at Charleston and normal de-
rive in the United States, formerly
member of the crew, of the subma
rine TJ-58, which was sunk by ar
American destroyer, arrived here to
day on the same vessel on which
Secretary of War Baker made his re
turn trip from Europe. The number
of prisoners was notV given officially;
but it is believed 'there were about
20 in the party. They 'will be in
terned at Fort MePherson, Ga.
DRAFTING OF THE IRISH
HOME RULE BILL
FIRE DAMAGED BIG
London, April 16. The committee
which is in charge of the drawing of
an Irish home rule bill, says The
Times, includes J. Austin Chamber
lain, former Secretary for India. Thfs,
it adds, is a "fact which suggests
that he already is or is about to be
come a member of the war cabinet."
The same jiaper prints an appeal
from Unionist members of Parliament
urging the Immediate introduction of
a measure of home rule as "generous
-as can be devised by the light of the
recent discussions of the Irish con
vention and in harmony with the ul
timate goal of Federal devolution."
Richmond, Va., April 16. William
Croxton, a negro idst his life by suffo
cation and several persons were over
come by smoke by a fire this after
noon in one of the buildings of T. W.
Wood & Sons, seedmen, the flames
menacing much property in the vicin
ity of the old Southern Railway pas
senger station. The blaze was gotten
under control after damage amount
ing to several thousands was done.
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DRIVE RAURIA OUT OF THE SY5TBJ
A GOOD TONXO AND AJPPETIZX&
British Missions Arrive.
A Canadian Atlantic Port, April 16.
Two British missions to the United a bill to give military rank to army
Australian Doctor Called.
Washington, April 16. Surgeon
General Featherstone, director gen
eral of the medical department of" the
Australian army, has been invited to
appear today before the . House Mili
tary Committee which is considering
More Eenemy Propoganda.
Mobile, Ala.., April 16. President
ordon Smith of the Southeastern tenia v 14 2 feet
States arrived here today and
proceed soon to New York.
'4. 4. 4. .
For Wilmington and Vicinity .
Fair tonight; Wednesday, probably
showers and cooler; light variable
Stage of Water:
. Stage of water in Cape Fear river
at Fayetteville, N. C, at 8 a. m. yes-
nurses. The Australian syster al
lows, its nurses a ranking as high as
major and also permits them to wear
the army insignia.
Bakers' Association, in his annual ad'
dress to that body today Raicl rero-n
being circulated that foreign and in
jurious substances are being used in
baking products is the work okt en
emy propaganda and denounced thme
as false. t
SUNRISE AND SUNSET.
Naval Laws Modified. .
Washington, April 16. Modification
of laws requiring two years' sea ser
vice tt naval officers before promo
tion wag asked of Congress today by
Secretary Daniels. If the law is not
changed, he said, operating desks of
the Navy Department will be vacant,
since officers badly needed on land
will seek sea duty that they may gei
tt t t. n. "
Asheville, ' raining . ,
Charleston, clear ..
,i J3uA. R. in Session.
Washington. April 16. Renorts of , Charlotte, cloudy
officers and committee chairmen, In- j Chicago, cloudy ... .
eluding an exhaustive outline of the . Galveston, cloudy .
work of the organization's war relief i Jacksonville, clear .
service, today engaged the attention ew Orleans, cloudy
of delegations to the 7th annual con- New York, clear . . .
gress of the Daughters oft the Amerl- Pittsburgh, cloudy .,
can Revolution. Elaborate nlano 1 Raleierh. clear '
nave oeen maae ror tne president-gen- St. L.ouls, cloudy .. 51
eral's reception tonight at the Pan-'Washington, nt. cloudv Lr; '
American buildinf. 1 Wilmington, clear 169
Warning Against Swindlers.
Washington, April 14. Relatives
and friends were warned by the War
Department today against swindlers
who are obtaining money by imper
sonating men in the military service.
A common practice it was said, was
ror swinulers using the name of a
soldier to telegraph to hs home for
runas ana then to impersonate him
and obtain the money when it i
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Payment can be made in cash or by installment.
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IN EFFECT FEBRUARY 4TH, 1918.
WINTER PARK, WRIGHTSVILLF, WRIGHTSVILLE BEACH
The military surgeons have found
creped paper a very satisfactory sub
stitute for cotton gauze bandages.
. -j i: : d'-S'cr
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211 Market Street
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SPECIAL FOB SUNDAYS
Leave Front and Princess streets every half hour from 2 to I P. H
Leare Beach every half hour from 2:45 P. M.
Daily except Sunday. ISunday only.
xBeach transfer car connects wlth.this train at WrightovUl.
oSuperceded by half-hour schedule Sunday afternoons.
FREIGHT SCHEDULE: '
(TUESDAYS, THURSDA YS. SATURDAYS ONLY)
Leave Ninth and Orange Street 3:00 P. M.
S-00ephtMDePOt OPn TuesclaV8 Thur8day8. Saturdays, from 2:00 to
S.PJfiVIAL.NOTJCBT,!ih ihow tbe nm t wfcfch train, may be ex-
pected to arrive at and depart from the several stations, but the arrivals and
partures are not uaranieei. mriTaia ana ao
BRINGING UP FA THER
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IN HERE UNTIL MAiiiE
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We specizdize in the man
No. 8 Grade St.
UNION PASSENGER STA.
Arrival and Departure of Trains
. February 1st, 1918.
SEABOARD AIR LINE
DEPART DAILY ARRIV1
3 55 P.M Charlotte 12 30 P.M.
5:00 A.M Charlotte 12:30 Ail
Sleeper opened 10:00 P. M.
For Information -Phone 178.
ATLANTIC COAST LINZ
DEPART DAILY ARRIVE
5:45 A.M.... South and West. . .12 :45 AM.
Sleeper to Columbia, (Open 10:00 p. m.
7:45 A.M... North 6:05 FM.
Parlor Car to Norfolk
8:45 A.M... Fayetteville 8:00 P.M
3:05 P.M;.. New feern ....., ...12:30 P.I
3;30v P.M...Sojuth and . West 1:00 P.H
Sleepers to Augusta. Atlanta
6:45 P.M.. .North 10:15 A.U
Sleepers to Washington, Norfolk
For Information Phone 160.
schedule Effective March 16th, 1918.
Leave Wilmington Mondays, Tuesdays,
Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays
9:30 A. M. . .
Leave Wilmington Saturdays 6:45 A M,
and 12:30 P. M.
Leave Wilmington Sundays 9 A. M.
Leave Southport and Fort Caswell Mon
days, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursday!
and Fridays, 2:30 P. M.
Leave Southport and Fort Caswell Satuv
aays :au a. m. ana 3;sn-3
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