THE ATLANTA GEORGIAN AND NEWS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30,1913.
Transactions Are Light and At
tributed to Professionals—Lit
tle Faith in Market.
By CHARLES W. STORM.
N*EW YORK, April 30 —There was a
strong upturn in the stock market at
the opening to-day, nearly all issues
making substantial gains. Just as Cana
dian Pacific had led in the decline yes
terday, so did it lead in the advance to
day, and began at 236%, for an advance
of 2%. Within a half hour it had re
acted to 235. ‘
The New York market followed the
lead of London, where securities were
strong on the belief that the disturbed
condition of Europe would be calmed
Among the advances here were Amal-
ing Souiweju r'acinc “4,
cine %, United States Steel'common %
Union Pacific reacted.
The curb market was Irregular.
American railroad shares In London
exhibited strength on gains which
showed an oversold condition. Canadian
Pacific reacted after a sharp spurt.
Berlin was chiefly responsible for the
trend of the London market.
There was a small recovery In the mar
kets around noon and the market had
an upward tendency. Heading gained
A*. Southern Pacific was down 1%. Steel
gained %, Copper was up % at 71%.
Union Pacific was up % at 234%; Cana
dian was up %.
Call money loaned at 2%.
A better tone developed In the last
hour and there was considerable Inter
national business. Arbitrage brokers
took over 10,000 shares of Steel alone.
Hteel sold around 59% for a gain of %,
and gains also were made by Union Pa
cific. Reading and Canadian Pacific.
New Haven was weak.
The market closed strong. Govern
ments unchanged; other bonds firm.
MONEY AND EXCHANGE.
NEW YORK, ‘April 30.—Money on
call. 2%. Time money steady; 60 days,
4; 90 days. 4@4%.j; six months, 4%@4%.
Posted rates: Sterling exchange, 4.84
@4.87, with actual business in bankers’
bills at 4.86% for demand and 4.83% for
Prime mercantile paper unchanged.
LONDON, April 30.—Bar silver quiet
at 27 15-16d.
H. H.—New York City bonds are
safe. The recent decline was no doubt
largely due to the belief that a new is
sue would be brought out shortly at a
higher rate of interest than has pre
viously been offered investors. It is
rafe to conclude that the city will al
ways pay the interest on its obligations.
• * •
M. F.—Erie first preferred has lost its
attractiveness as an investment in the
passing of E. H. Harrlman. It is diffi
cult to imagine that the stock will re
turn to its high price of a few years
ago without going through some form of
readjustment. Tne company is badly in
need of funds.
• • •
B. J. R. — St. Louis and Southwestern
Consolidated 4s. Third Avenue refund
ing 4s and Seaboard Air Line refunding
4s are all considered good.
• * *
C. M\—There is not sufficient data at
hand to pass an opinion on the first
bonds you mention. Virginia Railway
first 5 per cents are favorably consid
ered among the banking houses.
SPOT COTTON MARKET.
Atlanta, quiet; middling 11%.
Athens, steady: middling 12c.
Macon, steady; middling 12c.
New < »rleans, quiet; middling 12 3-16.
New York, quiet; middling, 11.80.
Philadelphia, quiet; middling 12.05.
Boston, quiet; middling 11.80.
Liverpool, easier; middling 6.68d.
Savannah, steadyf middling 12c.
Norfolk, steady; middling 12c.
Augusta, steady; middling 12%.
Mobile, steady; middling 11%.
Galveston, steady; middling 12%
Charleston, quiet; middling 11%.
Little Rock, quiet; middling 11%.
Baltimore, nominal; middling 12c.
Memphis, steady; middling 12%.
St. Louis, dull; middling 12%.
Houston, steady; middling 12%.
Louisville, firm; middling 12%.
Greenville, quiet; middling 11%.
Charlotte, steady; middling 12c.
NEW YORK COPFtTE MARKET.
June- . - .
July. . . .
August . .
1 Opening. I Closing.
Closed steady. Sales, 75,000 bags.
2 PER CENT DIVIDEND DECLARED.
NEW YORK. April 30.—The Interboro
Company declared extra dividend of 2
per cent out of earnings payable to its
Todays New York
Below are (riven the highest.
lowest end dosing
stocks to-day, togethe
Amal. Copper. 71%
Am. Ice Sec.. 24%
Am. Sug. Ref. 111
Am. Smelting. 66*/»
Am. Locomo.. 34
Am. Car Fdy.. 47'/ 2
Am. Cot. Oil. 4314
Anaconda .... 36 1 4
xAtchison .... 99%
A. C. L 120* 2
American Can 32
do, pref. . . 91'/2
Am. Beet Sug. 29
Am. T.-T. ... 128%
Beth. Steel.. 32Z
32* ' 2
B. R. T 88%
B. and 0 974&
Can. Pacific... 236
233' ' 2
Corn Products 10'4
C. and 0 64'4
Consol. Gas.. 127%
Cen. Leather. 22%
Colo. F. and 1. 3114
Colo. Southern ....
D. and H
Den. and R. G. 20
Distil. Secur. . 15*4
Erie 27‘ ,
Gen. Electric. 138'/ 2
G. Western.. 14i/ P ,
G. North, pfd.. 125t/ a
G. North. Ore. 31%
III. Central... 114^
Interboro .... 14%
do, pref. .. 51
K. C. South.. 23i/ 4
K. and T 2Ji/ 2
L. Valley. . . 154' 4
L. and N.. . . 13074
Mo. Pacific. . 36
N. Y. Central 101'/ a
Northwest.. . 128 1 4
Nat. Lead . . 49
N. and W. . . 104*4
No. Pacific. . 114
O. and W. . . 29',
Pacific Mall . 23*4
P Gas Co. . . 109 !/ 2
P. Steel Car
Reading . . . 169%
Rock Island. . 20%
do. pfd.. . . 34!4
R. I. and Steel 23
do. pfd.. . . 82*/ a
So. Pacific. . 97
So. Railway . 24%
do. pfd.. . . 75%
st. Paul ... 106
Tenn. Copper. 33%
Texas Pacific. 17' 4
Third Avenue ....
Union Pacific. 147%
U. S. Rubber 60!/ 8
Utah Copper . 50/ 8
U. S. Steel . . 59H
do. pfd.. . . 107*4
V.-C. Chem. . 32 ,
W. Union. . . 65*/4
Wabash ... 3
do. pfd.. . . 9*/ 2
W. Electric. . 60%
W. Central . . 50|
W. Maryland 39
Total sales, 428,190
dend, 1'/ 2 per cent.
NEW YORK, April 30.
ser>3 oil market was
a shade easier this
E IN PRICE
morning, with trading local in charac
ter. In the absence of new features,
traders are waiting. Consuming Inter
ests appear to be filled up for the time
Crude markets show an eosler tenden
Cotton seed oil quotations:
i Opening. | Closing.
July . . . .
September . . . .
6.08 fq 6.09
G. 74 6.78
November . . . .
Closed steady: sales 11,200 barrels.
NEW YORK PRODUCE.
NEW YORK, April 30.—Petroleum,
firm; crude Pennsylvania. $2.50.
Turpentine, easier, 41@42%.
Rosin, quiet: common, 4.76.
Wool, nominal; domestic fleece, 28@
30; pulled, scoured basis, 40®56; Texas,
scoured basis, 48@55.
Hides, dull; native steers, 16%@19%;
branded steers. 15%@15%.
WASHINGTON. April 30.—The weath
er will be lair without decided tempera-
ture'changes to-night and Thursday in
the region east of the Mississippi River.
There will be frosts to-night in the
North Atlantic States.
General forecast until*7 p. m. Thurs
Georgia—Fair to-night and Thursday.
A Pioneer Bank
ESTABLISHED IN 1865, the AT-
1 -' LANTA NATIONAL BANK is the
oldest national bank in the Cotton States,
and one of the strongest and most influen
tial banking institutions in the entire
This bank has been constantly growing-
in strength and efficiency, as well as in
years. Its long and successful experience
in all branches of commercial banking—
especially in the selection of safe invest
ments for its funds — insures depositors
every safeguard and the best of banking
YOUR account is respectfully solicited.
Atlanta National Bank
Both Elements Seem Puzzled
Over Attitude of Liverpool In
terests in the Market,
NEW YORK, April 30. A disposition
on the part of the professionals and
Wall Street to sell. Influenced by weak
ness in Liverpool cables, caused the cot
ton market to open easier with first
prices 6 to 7 points net lower than the
previous close. Heavy selling followed,
thought to be from those who purchased
yesterday taking profits, whJch resulted
In prices showing further depressions of
1 to 4 points from the opening. Later
the selling was in less evidence on ac
count of active bidding by spot houses
and considerable short covering. Prices
quickly retrieved a portion of the ini
tial decline by advancing some 2 to 7
The advance, however, came in the
face of continued favorable weather re
ports and sentiment generally* bearish.
Many operators Inclined to the belief
that a reaction was in evidence. A
broker with spot house connections of
fered 5.000 bales of October at 10.86.
At present the talent seems to center its
attention and operations upon the near
options, while distant positions are in
Bulls got little comfort from the
weather forecast, which was "fair" for
weather forecast, which was ‘fair" for
all the cotton-growing States through
•ursday. There will not be ranch
change of temperature, except In Geor
During the late forenoon the market
was quiet. There was no special feature,
except the buying of July and apparent
selling of new crop positions, which
came mostly from Wall Street operators.
Price movement was narrow, being 1
to 4 points under the opening, or 1 to 7
points under the previous dose.
Liverpool interests control approxi
mately 80 per cent of the total stock
here it seems.
Cotton in New York is the cheapest in
the world. Some radical bears predict
At the close tho market was steady,
with prices showing irregularity, being
1 to 2 points up to 2 to 3 points lower
than the final quotations of Tuesday.
RANGE IN NEW YORK FUTURES.
My 11.30 11
Jn I ...... i..
. ..| INom'
. ..I |ll.88
83 10.92 10.90-
LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET.
LIVERPOOL, April 30.—This market
was due to open 1 to 3% points higher
on near months and 2 to 2% points lower
on distant positions, but opened steady
at a net decline of 1 to 2 points. At
12:15 p. m., the market was quiet, April
5% points lower, other positions at 2 to
2% points decline. Later the market de
clined 1 point from 12:15 p. m.
Spot cotton easier at 10 points decline;
middling 6.58d; sales 7,(WO bales, in
cluding 6,400 American; imports 7,000
bales, no American.
Port receipts are to-day estimated at
13.000 bales, compared with 14,144 last
week and 7,504 last year, against 5,245
bales for the corresponding week in 1911.
Futures opened quiet.
Range. Close. Close.
.6.39 6.38 6.39%
.6.32 -6.31% 6.28% 6.34
April . . .
-6.31 6'.28% 6.34
1.29% 6.27 6.32
i.26% 6.24% 6.29
.6.18%-6.16% 6.14% 6.19%
.6.06 -6.05 6.02% 6.07%
-6.95% 5.93 ' 5.98
.5.96 -5.95 5.92 5.97%
.5.95 -5.93% 5.91% 5.96%
.5.96%-5.95% 5.92% 5.97%
< dosed quiet and steady.
The market closed quiet but steady
with prices at a net decline of 1% to
5% points from the final quotations of
HAYWARD & CLARK’S
showed surprising weakness this morn
ing. with old crop futures about. 6 poin'
lower than due and new crops 4 to
points down. The weakness is attrib
uted to selling on the part of interest?
credited with taking up cotton on tend
er in our markets and to the unfavorable
Rumors of war still lack confirmation
but the heavy slump on Continental
bourses reflects the critical state of at'
A large Liverpool spot house writes:
"As far as we can see. anxiety about
our stock is going to end In smoke. The
trade is working from hand to mouth,
and, as a rule, more cotton comes here
than counted on. We see no reason to
doubt that we .shall get all we require
and leave us enough stock to prevent
First trades here were at a decline of
7 to 10 points with new crops the weak
est, but buying was of much better char
acter, and the market rallied. Liverpool
closed at the lowest, 5 to 6 points down
on the day.
NEW ORLEANS COTTON.
Quotations in cotton futures:
TO-DAY'S PORT RECEIPTS.
The following table shows receipts
at the ports to-day compared with the
same day last year:
New Orleans. . .
Wilmington. . . .
Pacific: coast . . .
Little Rock ....
Semi-weekly Interior movement:
1913. I 1912.
TO RULE STRONG
Weak Cables Cause Easiness at
Opening, but Shorts Cover
Later, Causing Rise.
ST. LOUIS CASH QUOTATIONS.
Wheat -No. 2 red
. 57% 5 58
CHICAGO, April 30.—Wheat was % to
%c lower this morning on the weakness
at Liverpool, where there were losses of
% to %d at 3:18 p. m. While the politi
cal outlook was unfavorable in the Far
East and there was a further decline of
1-L6d in British consols these were over
balance*! by lower offerings of wheat by
Canada, the small demand for cargoes
and parcels and the fact that the short
Interest at Liverpool lias been pretty
well eliminated. Northwestern receipts
were considerably in excess of a year
Corn was a shade lower oh the break
In wheat, coupled with tho change to fine
weather in the corn belt.
Oats were a shade higher with small
offerings and buying by larger commis
Provisions were a trifle better, in
sympathy with the advance in the price
of hogs at the yards.
Wheat, ruled irregular and unsettled
and while prices closed % to Vic below
the best levels of the day, they were %
to %c higher than the lowest of the
session. Those who sold early and who
were hammering the market were on the
buying side as the day wore away. The
foreign situation and the possible crop
damage were the leading bullish factors
late. Duluth reported a good demand*
for cash wheat, but the only sales at
Chicago were 25,000 bushels to millers.
Corn closed % to %c higher with the
May attracting a great deal of atten
tion. It is generally believed that the
longs in May corn will experience little
trouble in giving the shorts a sound
drubbing because of the light supplies
Oats closed % to %c higher and
strung. Cash sales of com were 155,000
bushels and Af oats 85,000 bushels.
Hog products were unchanged to a
small fraction better.
CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET.
CHICAGO CASH QUOTATIONS.
CHICAGO, April 30.—Wheat, No. 2
red. firstname.lastname@example.org%; No. 3 red, email@example.com;
No. 2 hard winter, 93@95; No. 3 hard
winter. 91<ft)94; No. 1 northern spring.
93%@94%; No. 2 northern spring, 92%©
93%; No. 8 spring, 90@92.
Com, No. 2, 56%@58: No. 2 white, 58%
@59; No. 2 yellow', 56%@57%; No. 3.
55%@56%; No. 3 white, 56% @58%; No.
3 yellow, 55%@56%; No. 4, 54%@65%;
No. 4 white, b6@58%; No 4 yellow, 55
Oats, No. 2 white. 37@37%; No. 3. 33;
No. 3 white, 35@36: No. 4 white, 34@
34%; standard, 36@36%.
LIVERPOOL GRAIN MARKET.
LIVERPOOL, April 30.— Wheat open
ed unchanged; at 1:30 p m. the market
was %@%d lower; closed %@%d lower.
Corn opened unchanged; at 1:30 n. m.
the market was unchanged to %d high
er; closed %d lower to %d higher.
CHICAGO CAR LOT9.
Following are the receipts for Wed-
nesday and estimated for Thursday:
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
CHICAGO, April 30.—Hogs—Receipts
41,000. Market 5o to 10c higher. Mixed
and butchers $firstname.lastname@example.org, good heavy
$8.40 @8.60, rough heavy $email@example.com. light
$8.35@8 70, pigs $firstname.lastname@example.org, bulk $8.40@
Cattle —Receipts 10,000. Market 10c
higher. Beeves $email@example.com, cows and
heifers $firstname.lastname@example.org, Stockers and feeders
$6.1 l(d 7.85. Texans $email@example.com, calves
Sheep- Receipts 14,000. Market steady.
Native and Western $firstname.lastname@example.org, lambs
Acreage in Cotton
Same as Last Year
New York Authority Puts Carolina
and Georgia at 1912 Figure.
Much Fertilizer Used.
NEW YORK. April SO.— Mitchell was
a heavy seller during the early trading.
He offered 6,000 bales of October at 11.86.
• • *
Wilson bid the market, up after the
call and brought about short covering,
which sent prices a few points over the
• • •
Gwathmey was a good buyer of July
throughout the day.
• • •
After the call, Hentz was the leading
• • •
The weather rnap showed favorable
conditions ovomirht Sentiment con
tinues l*earish and the majority of oper
ators anticipate a reaction.
• • •
Following are 11a m. bids: May 11.33,
July 11.37. August 11.19, October 10.87,
• • •
NEW ORLEANS, April 30.—Hayward
& Clark: The weather map shows ex
cellent conditions, with fair and much
warmer weather over the bell. No rain.
Indications are for continued fair and
warmer, except possibly little cloudiness
in the northwestern quarter of the belt.
• ■ • •
Liverpool cables "Political outlook
grave. Cotton on its own merits rather
• • •
Iairgo clearances of 14J>87 bales front
Pacific Coast to China or Japan are re
• • •
Spots are dull. Seme buyers say com
mon staple, off color. Is offering away
under quotations, but there is no de*
maud for such cotton.
• • *
Greenville, Miss., wires: "A whirl
pool right in front of the city at the
end of Washington Avenue has grad
ually caved the base of the levee,
which is 40 feet high. Crib work is be
ing built on the land side of the levee
circling tho pool, which will be filled in
with sacks of dirt and gravel.
"Two thousand men are on the Job
Engineers feel very confident of filling In
time to prevent a break."
fair 7.12d, good middling 6 78d. middling
6 53d, low middling 6.44d, gtxxi ordinary
6.10d, ordinary o.iM.”
OPINIONS ON GRAIN.
CHICAGO, April 30.—Bartlett. Frazier
& Co.: Wheat—We favor purchases on
Corn—We would not follow the short
side until there is more evidence of a
larger movement from first bands.
Provisions—Packers furnish support
«ioa k Snntfi.
NEW YORK. April 30.— Special reports
to The Journal of Commerce say cot
ton acreage In the Carolina?* and Geor
gia are about tho same as last year. A
cold, wet spring left the ground In poor
condition for planting and germination.
Good warm rains are badly needed. The
searon genorally is normal. Fertilizers
are more liberally used in Georgia. Ad*
vices from Alabama state that the crop
outlook has been greatly improved by
good rains and that the Indications
point to an increase in the acreage of
r> per cent and in the use of fertilizer
of 18 to 20 per cent.
The following shows the condition of
the cotton crops in the Carolina® and
Georgia as made up from special reports
to The Journal or Commerce:
North Carolina and South Carolina—It
is yet too early for definite estimates on
acreage, but there is a tendency to
increase slightly, rather than de
crease. In many localities the season
la early and planting has progressed fa
vorably. But the ground is too dry
now for cotton to come up and a warm
rain is needed to Insure a successful
jtart. On the whole, the crop appears
to have had a better start than usual.
Georgia—Owing to excessive rains In
the spring, preparation of the ground
has been poor, necessitating consider
able replanting, and in many localities
this caused poor stands. Cool nights
have been detrimental, and rain is bad
ly needed to germinate late planted
seed. Many farmers are only 50 r>er
cent planted and there Is considerable
complaint of scarcity of seed. Many
reported reductions in decreased acre
age are due to increased planting of
grain, but. on the whole, present Indica
tions point to the same acreage as last
year. Fertilizers are used more liberal
ly. The season is about ten days late.
NEW YORK. April 30.— 1 The metal
market was tinner to-day. Copper, spot
to August, 14%@15%; lead, 4 45 bid;
spelter and ziac, 4*5.55, tin, 49.62%@
The New Orleans Times-Democrat
says: "From the most reliable Informa
tion available it seem® very probable
that Liverpool operators will take up
some 50.000 bales In New York on May
contracts and export them. It also
seems very probable that some New Or
leans operators will take up cotton on
New York May contracts, ship It to New
Orleans and tender it on New Orleanz
"May long interest was liquidated in
some volume in New Orleans yesterday,
and the talent seemed to believe that
somelv dy was buying new crop deliv
cries. There was plenty of talk about
prospective war in Europe, of the
heavy liquidation of American securi
ties by foreign holders, and of the ex
cellence of the weather throughout the
cotton belt. Bui the talent got all mixed
up when endeavor was made to analyze
the direct forces at work in the market
and at the close most professionals were
confused by the irregular price changes."
Following are 10 a. m. bids: May
11.96, July 11.72. August 11.33, October
11.97, January 11.98.
Estimated receipts for Thursday:
New r Orleans 800 to 1,200 668
Galveston 2,800 to 3,800 3,512
COTTON MARKET OPINIONS.
Logan A. Bryan: Prices may go low
er, but wo would not follow the short
side too closely.
Norden & Co.: The market at the
close seems to point to lower prices,
unless the outlook for the coming crop
should become less favorable.
Hayden, Stone & Oo.: 'While there
was small inducement to buy cotton for
an advance, many were led to take a
more cautious attitude on this decline.
"PREMIER CARRIER OF THE
ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE OF
PASSENGER TRAINS. ATLANTA.
The following schedule figures are
published only as information, and are
No. Arrtre Fryro—
Blrmingh'01 15:01 am
g/l N«w York . 5:00 am
13 Jarknonrlllo 5 .20 am
48 Wn*hlii*n>n .6:36 am
13 Shr<?*«port . 8:80 am
1G nrtlln • ■ 8-30 am
2t> New York.. 11:13 ajn
8 Cbatn'ga . .10:35 am
1 Macon ... .10.40 am
17 Fort Vallay 10:45 am
21 Columbia* ..10.50 am
6 Cincinnati.. 11:10 am
29 Columbus .. 1 40 pm
30 liirniinah'm 2:30 pni
40 B’mlngn’m 12.40 pm
39 Charlotte .. £ :55 pm
5 Macon ... 4 00 pm
37 New York . 5-00 pm
15 BruMirlck . 7 :50 pm
11 Richmond . 8:30 pm
24 Ktneae Ctty 9 20 pin
1# Chattan'ga . 9:35 pm
19 Columbus .10:20 pra
31 Fort Valley 10:45 pm
14 Cincinnati .11.00 pra
23 Jacksonville 6 50 am
•)7 Toccoa .... 8 10 am
36 New York .
13 Cincinnati .
32 Fort Valley.
7 Cham/ga .
23 Kansaa <Hty
16 Brunswick .
38 New York..
30 New York.
15 Cl.au; ga
18 Toecoa ....
5 Cincinnati .
28 Fort Valley.
. 5.20 am
3 40 am
3 30 am
3 r.O am
T :00 am
7 45 am
4 :Tf» pm
4 :30 pro
, 6 :10 pm
C :I0 pm
5 .30 pm
, 5 30 pm
9 :30 pm
11 10 pm
Trains marked Lhua (•) nm dally except 8un-
Other tratna nm daily. Central time. Cltjr
Ticket Office. No. 1 Peach tree Street,
Dodd are invited to at
tend her funeral Thursday, May 1.
1913, at 10:30 o’clock, from the
chapel of H. M. Patterson & Son.
Rev. Charles TV. Daniel will officiate.
Interment will be in Oakland cem
etery. The following named gentle
men will please act as pall-bearers
and assemble at the chapel at 10:16
o’clock: Mr. W. H. Allen, Dr. W. C
Warren. Mr. B. Frank Harrell, Mr
C. E. Currier, Mr. W. W. Austell
and Mr. E. Rivers. The bourd of
deacons of the First Baptist church
will act as honorary escort and as
semble at the chapel at 10:15 o’clock
NOTICE TO DEBTORS AND CREDIT
ORS—All creditors of the estate of Ro-
melia Bird Culberson, late of Fulton
County, deceased, are hereby notified to
render in tbeir demands to the under
signed according to law, and all persons
indebted to said estate are required to
make immediate payment. Mrs. Ro-
mie C. Abbott and Mrs. Annie C. Perry.
Near Beer Licenses.
I HEllEiA'^Tnak^T tti)pMcaTiorr^To~TSrvT^
slonal Council and Police Committee
of Atlanta to transfer near-beer license
from G. C. Wray to S. Danneman. 202
Decatur Htreet. 41-25-4
LOST AND FOUND.
Reward. Bell phone West 133. 4-28-21
LOST—Brindle Boston bull pup, seven
months old; white face and neck,
curled tail. Ears clipped; collar and
lock Reward for return to 163 Ponce
DeLeon Avenue. 4-30-211
LOST—On 7:40 Lakewood-Courtland
car or between Broad and Alabama
and Constitution Building, one pair of
glasses and case, made by Boaz. Phone
Miss M.. Beil Main 2T85. 210-30-4
LOST. STRAYED OR STOLEN—White
female English poodle, described as
follows: Long body, short white ourly
hair, brown spots under eyes. Answers
to name of Beauty. Reward Apply to
Mrs. Smith, 546 Central Avenue.
FOR RENT—rf Mrs. Mattie Straton. 584
Capitol Avenue, w'lll find this ad
and nave it marked v/hen the "Want
Ad" man calls Thursday, h® will give
- «-W 4 Jkllnw Kill.
Want Ads” Are Good Reading
LOST AND FOUND
L/fST* Oil MiJL'aTd'-' Small walking
cane. Its full value will be paid for
its return to 65 South Forsyth Street
LOST—Large Sigma Nu pin. Return to
304 East Linden Street. Phone Ivy
LOST--Pair of nosegloases, on East
Lake car or somewhere near East
Lake Junction. Finder please call A.
A. Watson. Phone Main 4945. 4-30-4
LOST—Between Harris and Cain
Streets, on Peachtree, one bunch of
keys, with nine or ten on the ring Find
er pleas© return to Cartercar Motor I
Company, 238 Peachtree, and receive re
LOST—Gold brooch set with pearls,
either on Peachtree Street or in Can
dler Building. Liberal reward for re
turn of same to Northwestern Mutual
IJfe Insurance offices, 514 Candler
u6fcT—A gold brooch, pearl sets; lost
some time Monday morning between
Decatur car line. Keely’e corner and the
Candler Bldg. Phone Decatur 64 for re
Telephone clerk will take your
ad, and, if requested, assist you In
wording, or will write the ad for
you—that’s his business. He will
also make it as brief as possible
to obtain the results desired. In
order to accommodate customers,
accounts will be opened by phone,
but you will make payments
promptly after publication or when
bills are presented by mall.
LOST OR STOLEN—One doctor’s
emergency case containing four hypo
dermic alkaloid cases, two folding in
strument cases. other instruments.
Notify Dr. J. C. Wright, and receive re
ward; Main 2909. 4-29-23 i
LOfiT Dog on Auburn Avenue, near
Courtlana. described aa follows: Fox
terrier, male, entirely white with black
face, answers to name of "Tip." Lib
eral reward If returned to Southern Ex
press Company. 4-29-7
PARTY who found black bag at Lyric
Theater Saturday matinee kindly re
turn. No questions asked. Phone East
Point 48D-J. 4-29-9
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80 insertions .
.10c a line
.. 6c a line
.. 5c a line
.4%c a line
.. 4c a tine
LOST—Monday morning about 9:15 a
bunch of keys, either within or just
outside postoffice, Forsyth Street side.
Finder will please return to 212 Brown-
Randolph Bldg. 4-28-204
LOST—Buroque pearl lavalllere neck
lace; finder call, phone or write and
receive reward. Mrs. Bennett Pick
wick Apts., 77 Falrlic Street. 4-28-7
LOST—Young Scotch collie dog, about
one year old. Answers to name of
"Kellie." Call Ivy 2024. 4-28-26
LOST- Black lace scarf at Auditorium
Saturday night. Call Ivy 964-J. Mrs.
Loeb, 438 North Jackson. Reward.
LOST—Dark brown worn handbag, be
tween Atlanta and Griffin, Central
train No. 10, leaving Atlanta. 12:30 p. m.,
March 15. Reward for return to Kim
ball House. M. L. Hailowell. 204-2-1-4
FOUND—One dollar, If Mrs. Wesley
Taylor, 306 Capitol Avenue, finds this
ad and haa it marked when the "Want
Ad" man calls Thursday.
T^obTmT’ Hair Dressing Parlors.
PARLORS- 10 pt. 1 c
MANICURING for ladies and gentle
men; children’s hair cutting and
combings mode to order; best work in
the city. 40% Whitehall. Main 3625.
STRAYED OR STOLEN-One black
horse, about seven years old, with
brand on left Jaw. For reward, notify
Sam Adams, Bolton, Ga. 4-30-47
YOUNG LADIES taxen for training at
the Randolph Company Hair Dressing
Parlors, 58% Whitehall Street. 3-3-37
ORDERS taken for band embroidery
and monogramlng. Call Ivy 4568-J.
HELP WANTED—A Georgian want ad
will find it. If Mrs. John Mulberry,
682 Washington Street, finds this and
has it marked when the ‘Want Ad"
man calls Thursday, he will present her
with a dollar.
DR. GAULT'S Antiseptic Powder for
women. It is cleansing, cooling and
non-irritating Can be used as a douche
at any time with safety. It has no
equal. Price $1 per box, postpaid. J. T
Gault Chemical Company, 702 Austell
Building, Atlanta. 4-25-33
THE GATE CITY DOLL HOSPITAL,
243 Courtland, near Cain, repairs all
kinds of dolls 203-24-4
ACME HATTERS HAVE
MOVED TO 20 E. HUN
TER STREET. OLD
HATS MADE NEW.
OUR NEW spring models are out. Call
for a corsetlere 10 come and demon
strate to you in the privacy of your
home. 66 Howell Place. Phone West
MORPHINE and whisky habit can be
cured; hundreds of testimonials. Na
danger, no suffering. Send for litera
ture Address P. O. Box 272, Atlanta,
FL/f SCREENS. FLf SCREENS. FLY
80REEN8--Wood fly screens, metal
fly screens, hardwood floors, Venetian
blind*, metal weather strips furnished
anywhere In the South. Write or phone
W. R. Callaway, manager, 1403 Fourth
National Bank Building, Atlanta, Ga.
FLY SCREENS—PRICE & THOMAS.
FLY SCREENS—PRICE & THOMAS.
FLY SCREENS - PRICE St THOMAS.
FLY SCREENS PRICE 6c THOMAS.
Salesroom and office, 62 N. Pryor Street.
Factory 86 E. Cain Street. Bell phons
Ivy 420S. 4-6-70
SERIOUS RESULTS come from trusses
improperly fitted. John B. Daniel, at
34 Wall Street, has an expert fitter and
It will cost you no more to have him fit
you, and It means insuranoe. 6-34-19
No advertisements taken for less
than two lines. Seven words make
To protect your Interest*? a? well
as ours, an order to discontinue
an ad will not be accepted over
the phone. Please make order to
discontinue in writing
No advertisement accepted from
out of town unless accompanied by
cash or forwarded through recog
nized advertising agency.
RESPONSIBLE parties to travel, either
sex; salary and expenses; references.
Room 4, Cumberland Hotel. 205-25-4
WANTED—Driilmen and laborers Tor
underground work. Driilmen earn
$1.90 to $3 per day. Laborers earn $1.75
to $2.76 per day. Board $16 to $18 per
month. Steady work. No labor trou
bles. Only white men wanted. Ten
nessee Copper Company, Ducktown,
WANT MEN In the city and out to
learn the barber trade. The new har-
'^r law Increases the demand for clean
barbers. One hundred needed at once.
Can qualify you for good wages in a
few weks. Some money earned while
learning. Complete outfit of tools riven.
Holders of my diplomas recognized
everywhere. My advantages can not be
duplicated. Call or writ© at once. Man
ager. Moler Barber College, 38 Luckls
PULLMAN porters wanted For In
struction write Porter, P. O. Box 804,
Atlanta, Ga. 4-24-12
WANTED—Mrs. W. B. Bentley. 125
Richardson Street, to find this ad and
have it marked when the "Want Ad"
man calls Thursday. He will present
her with a dollar.
WANTED—Tram merit and laborers for
underground work. Wages $1.75 per
day If they work less than 20 days per
month, or $2 per day If they work 20
days or more per month. Contract
trammers earn $2 to $2.75 per day. Also
outside laborer at $1.50 per day. Com
pany time, or contract work, loading
and unloading railroad cars at which
rt TpT JB LEAKN; heat
' * LXVJ-A3 trade on earth for women;
pay $60 to $100 a mobth. Write Ideal
School of •‘Millifibry,
100% Whitehall .fit.
63 E. Cain St.
WANTED—Experienced milliner and
maker and milliner saleslady; only
competent-help apply. After 10 a. m.
WANTED—Young women and gills de-
siring attractive positions. Welfare of
operdtorH and clerks -closely supervised
by th®L company; their fconduct on xhe
premises Carefully guarded by t matron,
woman 'eupervisors and’’t hief operator,
who have complete control over the re
tiring and'operating roojn. Short train-
ror tho:*e Inexperienced; sal
ary paid while learning. Salary in-
created upon being trabaferred to oper
ating force, and Jor those becoming ef
ficient. Increased as they become worthy,
with opportunities for ultimate advance
ment to $75 per month. References
proving the standing of the applicant
essential. Those having educational ad
vantages preferred. Lunch room and
comfortable retiring rooms provided with
several hundred ‘"araegie Library books
for the convenience of the operators.
Matron and trained nurse in attend
ance. Apply 8:30 to 6, Southern Bell
Telephone and Telegraph Company
Training School, 25 Auoum Avenue
WANTED—A good cook, experienced,
healthy. 132 Peachtree Circle. Ivy
WANTED—A glTl for general house
work at, once Apply at 131 E. Geor
gia A-Vf*. 4-30-213
•WANTED—Competent nurse; refer
ences. Call Ivy 5844, between 8:80 and
11:30 Thursday morning. 4-S0-40
WANTED—Woman cook who can fur
nish references. Apply Thur
morning at 9 o’clock. 349 Washing
GOOD COOK and general serYAhtV" With
references, to live on premises 659
Weet Peachtree. . 306-30-4
FOR RALE—If Mrs. John F. Oliver, 195
Cooper Street, will mark this and have
It In hand when the "Want Ad" man
calls Thursday, she will receive a*new
WANTED—Four experienced chorus
girls for Tabloid Musical Comedy. Ai>-
ftly Mr. Lafoy, Broadway Hotel. 38-28-4
YOUNG, active chambermaid at” 234
Ponce de Leon Avenue. Must firrnloh
good references. 32-29-4
WANTED—A cook at '*‘610 Piedmont
Avenue. f „ 4428-28
EXPERIENCED - P B ji STejmane
eratore and experienced.loc4J operator*
car. secitte attractive positions By ap
plying to Mr. Robinson, Room. 10; ^putru
ern Bell Telephone Main' Exchange, 7|
Routh Pryor Street. '4-6-71
v— —— —;—L- ■ .
Male and Female;
WANTED—Man and wife: marPajTbtin
ler and wife as maid. 314 Peachtree
excellent salaries, write immediately
for free Hst of positions obtainable.
Franklin Institute, Dept. 49-C, Roches
ter. N. Y. 44-13-4
f er day can t»a-.earned. r Ten-
opper Company, UupWtowo,
WANTED FOR U. S.] ARifxf Able-
bodied unmarried min between ages
of 18 and 35; citlzenoybf United States,
or good character arid temperate hab
its. who can speak, read and write the
English language For information ap
ply to Recruiting Officer, Peachtree and
Forsyth Streets. Atlanta, or 411 Cherry
Btreet, Macon. Ga. 4-1-1
WANTED—Ideas Inventors, write for
Hat of inventions wanted and prizes
offered by manufacturer*. Also, how to
get your patent. Sent free to any ad
dress Randolph &. Briscoe, patent at
torneys, Washington. D. C. T-11-28
TEACH E RSTWANTED.
CATd^r^ire^oomTng in rapidly. ~'?each^
ers should enroll at once. Our twenty**
second year. Sheridan's Teachers’ Agen
cy. 307 Candler Building. Atlanta, Ga.
Greenwood, 8 C. % Charlotte, N. C.
WRITE for record of our eight years*
work. High class patronage. Ef
ficient service. Foster’s Teachers Agen-
gy, Atlanta, Ga.,
AGENTS AND SALESMEN
WAl'PfED- corrmetenT" traveling
salesmen for attractive proposition;
commission basis Belling and demon
strating machine. See A. E. Hill, 58
Marietta Street 23-30-4
DO YOU PLAY POOL? If you d
to see "Bias" at the TMRMIN.
TEL POOL PARLOR. We sell i In
checks for 25c. Good tgJWes, good 0
and a nice bunch of defter boys. 2 24
WANTED—A chef cook, white fr col
ored; white pereferred. Apply Peach
tree Inn. J 4-28-25
WANTED—Boy to milk and hj
house. Apply Main 2614-J.
WANTED—Men to learn the barber
trade; tools and position furnished.
Atlanta Barber College, 16 East Mitchell
TYPEWRITERS FOR RENT.
ROYAL typewriters rented; one month.
$2.76; three months for $7.00; special
rates to students. Royal Typewriter
Co., 46 N. Pryor 8t. Phone Main 2492.
refined, homelike. Limited number or
patients cared for. Home provided for
Infants. Mrs. M. T. Mitchell. 26 Wind
sor Btreet. 11-9-67
7 Tjl VOT 7 !? ROOF leaks, call Roof
J-J 1 U U IV Doctor, W. B. Barnett,
Main 714. 1-1-7
WANTED—A good talker to help close
a few deal*. This requires a man of
good appearance. In good standing as to
references. If you will hustle, address
Hustler, Box 304. care Georgian.
SITUATION—Georgian want ad will
find it. If Mrs. Fred U. Smith, 49
Richardson Street, finds this and has it
marked when the "Want Ad’’ man calls
Thursday, he will present her with a
WANTED—One flfst-class inachineman
for woodworking machinery. Apply
J. M. Karwisch Wagon Works. 4-30-205
WANTED—First-class man cook. Ap
ply 136 Washington Street. 4-30-210
WANTED An office boy fourteen to
sixteen Thomason Printing Compa
ny, 29% Marietta .Street. 4-30-16
WANTED—Colored men and boys to
work in shipping and finishing room.
Applv Superintendent, 90 Means Street.
WANTED—At once, quick, able man
for taking school census; good pay.
Apply 1503 Candler Bldg., between 7:30
and 8:30 morning. 37-29-4
HAVE opening for a young and ener
getic male railroad stenographer. Sub
stantial salary, plenty of Work, good
promotion for the right man. State
experience and present salary. care
GOOD machines rented any
where. $5 for three months.
American Writ. Mch. Co.,
48 N. Pryor.
W ANTE D— Young 1 a, d y
stenographer. Give ref
erences, and state salary
expected. Answer in hand
writing. Box 945.
WANTED—Mrs. Francis J. Baker, 11
Eugenia Street, to have this marked
Thursday morning when the “Want Ad”
man calls. He will give her e dol
lar bill. ..
WANTED—At once first-clas:
Apply 94 Garnett Street.
LADY ATTENDANT for dental and
physician’s offices. Prefer one with
some experience. Give references and
experience. Address Dentist, care Geor
WANTED—Colored girl cook and house
work. Telephone Ivy 3340-J. '227
Myrtle St. 201-28-4
WANTED—Woman to 000k and do gen
eral housework. Must live on lot at
27 West Sixteenth Btreet. 4-28-37
WANTED—Competent servant to do
general work. One to live on lot pre
ferred. Mrs. Epstein, 35 East Ninth.
GIRLS WANTED—Good wages; steady
work; to trim hats in office; must be
handy with a needle. Call at once.
Acme Hatters, 20 E. Hunter St.
WANTED—Clever. educated, well-
flreseed, aggressive man, over 30, hard
worker, to* solicit business men in amall
towns. Educational proposition. No
books. Permanent, dignified position;
rapid promotion. Salary, $14 weekly,
plus transportation plus 10 per cent
commission. Worth $75 weekly to right
man. See A. C. Burnham, New Hotel
Kimball, quick. 211-29-4
AGENTS—Chance to--make big money
calling on automobile owners; getlour
proposition to-day. The Clayton & Hun-
nicutt Co., Marietta. Ga. 40-10-4
dresses. }S up: latest styles: flrst-
elass work. West 960-J. 4-80-26
WANTED—To sew out; good on Bins
dresses; also sew st home. $1.25 per
day. Dressmaker, $74 East Hunter.
U' \ iftVTltVftloriafi'-njund hi
marl or butler would like to weritL,.. _
private family or boarding house where
they only use two .servants. Wrf'te L.,
Box 303, care Georgian^.,
BOOKKEEPER-CASHIER, general [of
fice man, open for positionL' ,*Lght
~ears with last firm. Address
Jox 830, care Georgian. 31-30-4
WANTED—Position linotype operator In
small town; union; married anil wish
to nettle. Gan set job, newspaper-work.
Three years experience in magazine
composition. Several years experience
newspaper. Now employed. Address B
S. # Box 411, care Georg!An. '26-30-4
COLORED MAN wants lob as cook for
ihctiel or,-restaurant;' 36 • ytfars.Cof: i
30 years experience. Address Johi
oJurtw, 38 Solomon Street,,
BTENO-BOOKKEEPER wants ibout
four hours' work each day. 'Phons
Main 4568-J. 202-29-4
WANTED—Position as collector or of
fice helper by young man, 25 years old,
with high school education and more
than one year’s work in law. Address
J. O. Humphries, 469 Edgewood Avenue.
YOUNG man, age 23, desires clerical po
sition; six years’ experience in sales
nd advertising department with; one
* ;best of references;* Can.i
■once. Address L. N., cafe Geoi?
HUSTLER, acquainted, with city^ can
furnish references, J and also have horse
and buggy, would like position a^ col
lector or city salesman. Charles . Gor
don, 59 Plum Street. 35-28-4
WANTED—By young man. position in
office where there is chance for pro*
motion. Can give: best of- references.
Address E., Box It,- care Georgian.
K< >ukKELrr.K and stenographer,-tconj-
patent, experienced, reliable, desires
responsible position in or out of Atlanta-
Address Personal, .62 W^st Pine St.
YOUNG COLORED MAN wishes Jbb as
cook, also housework; best of T«fer-
.ences.’ Address W. T, f 'Box 829, 4 caro
Georgian. ‘ 29-29-4
LOST—Mrs. S. W. I'ook, 68 Fulton
Street, will los# one dollar If she fall*
to read this Rnd have It marked whea
the-"Want Ad..' mao- calls Thursday.