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ANKERS state that tho effect of tho increase of tho rediscount rate "oh
' commercial paper to 6 ?" ?* '? ?--J ? ....
h a rrft
aro n ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
mercial paper and hankers' acceptances wore unchanged yesterday.
in Unfinished Hoods Dull
More than the usual Monday quiet
prevailed yesterday in the gray, or un?
finished, goods market, white business
?n finished goods apparently run as
gtronglj aa ever. Some of the larger
distributors who have been looking for
a "sharp break in the market for the
pa?t two weeks, wore moro optimistic
veatetWay. The fact that retailers and
jobbers continue to hid for finished
,'oods is the most bullish argument the
market has :?t present, and the most
frequent topic of conversation in the
offices of mill agents and commission
Hit: distributors who have figured up
their January business report that it
v:>- .1 record-breaker in dollars and
cents, although the yardage sold was
under that of the closing months of
last year. A few of the jobbers from
oti.er* cities arc still in the market
trying to p'ace orders for many
varieties 6? goods, principally flannels
and ginghams. One of the big distri?
butors of these who named prices last
week said that all orders were con
irmod in two days and that he had
been compelled to cut those orders
?beut Sd pe? cent, because of the esti?
mated low production of his mills.
Report? from Kastern and Southern
mills show a decrease in production
and a further decrease is looked for
?with the approach of spring. While
the lessened production is used as an<
argument for still higher prices by i
some seller?, others are. inclined to the,
theory that curtailed consumption be?
cause" of extremely hiprh prices will
more than offset the lower yardage pro?
Sluggish; Jobbers Shade Prices
Many of the smaller jobbers of silks
and a Vow of the larger ones are shad?
ing prices to induce business in the
jireicn! sluggish market. For the past
month the purchases of retailers have
bee. exceptionally light, while the gar?
ment mai facturing trade, in the main,
has neglected the silk goods market
titogethei Stock? have boon accumu
V ? ig ni e hands of the jobbers. The
liph* demand plus the higher rates be
ir C charged by bankers for discounting
con ercial paper and the disposition'
c-' bankers generally to be conserva-,
tire in extending credits to carry silk;
goods, an the chief reasons for the ?
:essions by the jobbers now.
Big m nufacturers are holding firm
and ?' n o em arc talking of higher
prices ? Iks. At the same time
there is a reluctance among the pro-,
outers toward offering new lines of
silks for u^o next fall and winter. They
are holding up the booking of future
01 lers pending developments which they
fi ' arc lowly working their way to a
head ii ; he n arket.
if the ?."...sont disposition of silk buy?
ers to purchase only small quantities
;? . ? .c a general and rapid unloading
.'-.?? by i ho jobbers is expected.
Whi'n s of the lurte manufacturers
',!.:?:; sniaii stocks o>: hand,
oi -- they have on their books arc be
. ninf! ??? v .:'. i. .,'.. If new orders do
lerialize they must cither close
plants or make up goods for
stock The latter is an extremely hazar
.,?-,- ndertaking with raw silk around
JFV \:\ RY?World-Wide
Shortage of Emeralds Reportai
The ? raid j ra] idly coming the ;
- ?? .? and mosl es pens:<. ?? of stones, ;
.. ording to porl rs, who assert that
? re is now a world-wide shortage of |
rhis stone is now considered
? . ?? >- to be the best '.?.vestment
in gem . and large prices are being.
Petitions in liankruptcy
Th? following petn m in bankruptcy
"?&!? filed In the United States District
RALPH OREENT?ERQ ft BRO.--Tnvol- :
t potll -, against Ralph GreenbnrR i
? Wee! Thirt; third Street. Lla
a are about V.' 000; upsets about
Prh pal tors are I.. filian,
: Bur ? . : ! ?00, ntvl ,L. Spiers,
Petl! attorneys are Cohen,
Rosenthal & I Union Square.
Discharges in Bankruptcy
Discharges a 1 iptcy Krante.l In the
raited State? urt yesterday
were as fo I ms: >.,r..'i M Traeey, <"harl?s ?'
Har : Deli .nico's Norbert Hit- I
tlner, Is! dor Novick, Aaron Rochmes, ?
Samuel Litke, Benjamin Karp, Louts'
Jacobs and Larbura Elizabeth.
Ralph Greenberg and Mo? Greenberg.
i? a- G 'enbers A Rr<>.. .tonnera in
--,.,.-.. -: West Thirty-third Street, yes
assfgn* '? - ?.r. b'Tiwf.t of creditors
to \ii .i. I., fall 1er
ving judgments were filed vos
???>?? 'V b. _:>, ih? first naia? b<5ins thai
Ulei Franklin W?F .1 Flun
?gar . ... ?168.93
American Sleeve Valve Motor
,] B Murphy. 1 093.80
Barrett, Wm M, president?A
Bender. 800 00
Same?A Render. < hS7.43
Baxter, Wm J and W B B Mo?
tor Truck i'o, Inc?W Schott,
?c?*"< . 104.90
Bowman, Wm O?R T Miller Jr
?t ai 11? 04*.
Rr?tB. r?.(or w -a w Boyer. .. 335.?T
Birr-.?.; Fred P J Pepper et ?: 383.96 1
' 0Ii ?? ' ,hn- Lion Brewery of
N Y Cit> . . 7,311.76 |
''??s?-- Ghas ,-: ., J Cresser.... 7 00000 1
' It? of N V ? John Wanamaknr,
, Wv Yoi ; . 77.750.07
? la e Barnes. Ilattle City of
New >?-!. coste. 113.78
Drukker. Tau! ? Knr-ycSopedla
Britannica Corp . I?8.4t".
? ?' I th ' loi hing i'o ?'.' Gross
_wan el al. 861.72
Ephraim Lee- M r.oeb. 3,104.13
|?me ?, :. i timan . 756.46
Ipv Harn A T...e. 2.08857
n?i,l, Harry N -I..F Rubens.... 20S.20
'.oss. Wrlghl S- A Morris. 371.05
?'om.7. r ,,..-. j ...\\ m jr wise
* Co . 102.15
" ?>? Jacob?Alexander &
-?'iu Co . ?11.43
brwingei Morris?James Tajcott,
1 !: . ....... 4462.36
Jjllgers, V'ietor H?P * Gtaiib?rfr.' ,117>!66
??rper John, ami Forest W
!"ii-I- Go of N Y . 196.90
""???. .1 ihn i: P ?lwok. 219.r.-.'
*?W n ' i [ne- .JoN'-i.h Smith and
, g? ? , ' \ haroowsky . . . 276.97
?ekion & r,, Inc?T n Laird.. 3.136.61
Johtigton, William C?E. V. C.
???v/kes . 133.31
*orn. Moses R Flsher. 188.65
h'!z. Ilyman, and 8oloinon Sa
vF*t -B. Savelson; costs. 174.96
*?*-r- rcaeph I> . and Anna.
Gih.,.,...c chrlsdi? et al. 271.30
*?.gl".\ Per val ,1. H. Tooker
, ttjlting Co. 702.23
?acius, Frederick .1.- People, etc. 2.04?.95
'*<? Anna I., and llolney P.?
i,t'*fle Saving? ,t Loan Co.... S.G50.26
Ha??, Wm C.?M. S. Hurt. S56.Pt>
i;1*s, Susan A. K- --M. 8. Hart.. 37,6 9&
"?jf. Joe, u.nd Jaeob Bockr-M.
, hfr'J'h . 179.27
??Frajjo?, Josle, and Jules Horo
*it---People, etc. 600.?0
**48on, Francia' G.?I. U Lieh- '
**?er. Daniel or Dan?S, Taitel
w*? a' . 1?8 74
??w?. John W.?Cleveland Ha
..??dar.i Co. S78.50
*??r?. Geo. (;.?J. C. Tonilinson;
v(??'? .s. 151.10
*?t!onal Surety Co.?F". J. Fulton;
?.???ts .,- 109.07
'i*r?n, Jossph ? Louis Wober
jBuHdlng Co., Inc......... ??? 1465.31
BgOB, May?Quaker OaU Co... 133,60
">** of tho Kltchori Co., Inc.?
a,*-. C. p. Murphy....^.- 4.9?0.0?
?fnovtoji, JoBoph--Proctor *
Jjjiahti OisirlbutiBf'Ch....??'. ns.?0
?'5?r. Albert?a. IL Singer;
-H?t? ./...;....,'_:. 133.It
"S?1^ Ado!ph-i-Ro?coo Lam
liJr? *? .*??. i7(.oi
1 paid in this country for perfect speci
j mens. The warcity of the emerald ig
said to be duo to the small output of
j the Colombian mines in South America,
| which are government owned and pro
! duce P5 per cent o? the world's supply.
j The South American g-overnment is re
I ported to be willing- to turn the mines
t over to a European syndicate, but to
date no agreement on the plan has
! bi?en reached.
J According to local emerald dealers,
the South American mines have not
I ?joen worked for a number of vears.
? This means that thero havo been no
new emeralds coming to America, and
I prices on this gem during the last
four years have been bounding up?
ward in company with diamonds and
pearls. Emeralds have always been
considered a good investment' by im?
porters. Recently a large dealer sold
a live-carat emerald for $3,600 a carat J
Aquamarines, which are now rather I
closely allied to emeralds, are very ?
popular, and importers have consider- j
able difficulty in supplying the trade's
demands. These importers assert that
these stones aro much in favor in so?
ciety here because they are popular
with many royal European families.
Amethysts set in gold, silver and
platinum for utility pieces, tailored
jewels and evening necklaces, corsage
ornaments and earrings are very popu?
lar for early spring wear. Onyx, espe?
cially the moss variety, in necklace ,
ce ridants and brooches and in brace?
lets mounted with wrist watches, also ?
is meeting with favor as an Piaster !
gift. The turnuoise, both matrix and |
plain, is popular in all manner ol,
pi ??ces, but it seems to hold its popu?
larity best in finger rings, earrings
and brooches. The topaz, tinted all !
the way from straw to a deep, rich
brown, is seen in necklaces, hair orna?
ments and slipper buckles.
Prices If orry Retailers
Glove department managers face a
dilemma. They realise the necessity
of keeping up style assortments, par?
ticularly at the beginning of a new
reason, and yet they are fearful that
from now on the consumer will refuse
to buy to any great extent if the
prices go much higher than their pres?
"We are between the devil and the
deep, blue sea," remarked one depart?
ment manager. "If we don't buy we
lose sales because of inadequate stocks
and if we do buy freely we run the risk
of having the majority of consumers
refuse to pay the high prices, thereby
jeoparding our chances for a quick
In dollars and cents the glove in?
dustry continues to be of excellent
proportions, but. in a great many sec?
tions the number of pairs sold in the
first month of 1920 showed a decline
in comparison with the corresponding
period of the preceding year. In other
[ words, in this field, as in many others,
\ there is evidence that the absorption
of high-priced gloves by the consumer
I is gradually becoming more limited.
The fact that there was not. a greater
decline in the number of pairs sold is
a tribute to the fashion importance of
the glove accessory.
Reserve stocks of long gloves, at
more moderate prices, in the hands of
the wholasaler and the retailer are
7>ractically exhausted, and from now
on the consumer will have to pay the
higher prices. With the consumer balk?
ing at paying the increased prices it
is liftt?e wonder that retailers are !
hounding the manufacturers for lower
prices. In some of the larger cities
comparatively little objection to price
is heard, but New York is an exception
and local retailers are entering into
the spring glove season under a veil
Williams, Fletcher G. ? T'nltsd
!.ir?B Service Corporation.
William I.evtne & Co.?People,
Wilkenlnsr; Pora ?'. end C. C.
WiJkenln?, Inc.?Flushlnr N?
tional Bonk .
In Itroiix County
.Im Jin Co.. Inc., Joseph Smith
and Meyer Levy? C. Charco? -
Kehoe, John J.?W. II. Wilken
et al . 118.78 I
Kohoe, WUhelmlna?Sain?. 118 75
Lteate, (llovanno ? Interbnronsh
Rapid Transit Co ... . BS.fS
Pavilion, Inaac?T. J Natallni
et al . UM.55
Same?Sahtl Bros. Co.. Ino. ' 129.21 i
Same, as guardian?F. .' Xatallnl
et al . 124.r.5 j
Ham??Santl * Hros. Co., inc.. 123.21
l.'nlon Chemical ??lassware Co.?
Harnes Realty Co., Inc. SOH
The Drat name is that o? the debtor, I
the second that of the creditor and flat? i
when Judgment was filed.
Campbell, John J.?J. Dougherty;
Jan. 28, 1020. ?190.65
Same?Same: April 2,'i, 1919. 2.?32.?5
?'omrirecht, Martin?W. F. Mor?
gan et al; I>ec. 17. 1919. 12,91?.28
Garner, Wm. F.?Cleveland Dental
Ml'g. t'o.. Inc.; March 26, 1!U9. 1?0?5
Hurst, Clarence R., ?nd Samuel?
Beekman Paper & Card Co :
July C, 1917 . 20S.06 i
l.ietfth, Charlea A.?H. W. John?
Manvllle Co.; Nov. 15. 191*).. 169.17'
Murray, Iteglnald?Edmund Fran
<;ts Realty (,<J-: I>e?- l?. "i-6- 176 "H ?
N. V., Ontario * Western Ry,
Co,?B. Cohen et al; Jan. 12,
Samt?Same; May, 19'6-lS. J?.7D3.T6 I
Mutual Life Ins. Co. of X. Y ?
A. Hambtirif?r; June 3, 1920.. ?.093.15
Welch, B Harvey and C. William
Waddrop- ?B, M. Armstrong-;
Oct. 10. 1911. 7.6SI.44 j
Milson. Carey ?H. W. Starr et al;
May 16-, 19.19. 229.18
Bavlno, Joseph?J. Fino; March
IS, 1918.-' 748.70 j
Rolland, I.ouls I. ?Peoples Bank
of City of N. Y. : April 7, 1*00. 147.11
Morln, George K.?Potenhauer
Neshlt Co.; Jan. 12, 1320. 209.86
United Plumbers' Supply Co.?F.
Markowltz. Jan. 14. 1920. 277.41
Casey, Daniel J.. and Maryland
Cnsualtv Co.?-People, etc; Nov.
10, 1919 (vacated). 20.000.00
Landsman, Solomon?k- M. Pol?
lock; March 29, 1917 (released) 6,626.71
.St. Nicholas Zinc Co.?K. II.
Truesdale; Jan. 30. 1918. 6,210.4b
Bankers' Service Corp.?Second
National Bank of Allegheny;
March ?. 1917 (roversed). 1,619.81
Marden. Orth & Hastings Corp.
?J. P. Bolardl, Jan. 9. 1920.. 1,199.61
In Bronx County
Friedlander, Huida ? S. Nlreri
berg; Jan. 10, 1920. ?1,160.46
Interborough Itapid Transit Co.?
A. M. Schlltt; Jan. 15, 1920.... 1.753.82 !
Same?C. B. Wolf; Jan. 16. 1920. 1,752.48
Same'?H. II. Buschmann; Jan 22,
? ' *
Dress Workers Are
Awarded Increased Wages
Increases of $2 to $6 a week for ,
week workers and a flat increase of 10
per cent for piece workers in the dress
manufacturing trade was awarded
yesterday by Dr. Judah L. Magnes, ira- ;
partial chairman in the wage dispute
between the Association of Dress Man?
ufacturers and the union. About <J0,-1
000 workers nre. effected by the ruling.
It is expected that the award Will have
some influence on the wage dispute
between the Dress and Waist Manu- ?
facturera' Association and the em
ployees of its members. The shops af
iected by yesterday's decision are
"contracting" factories, working for
jobbers and larger manufacturers. A
?light increase in the price of dresses :
for spring was forecast by sever?! of !
the contracting employees as. ? result
of the wage advance. "-:
OFFERINGS TO BUYEBS
TRICOT S.ILK JERSKY for underwear, pan- j
talettea. pettlcoata. Moonriers. lar?? quanti-, ?
t?a?. Spriag m*, or ?ao*tr, Am?erlam, |
Al.RANT W. M. Whitney & Co.; M .'.
Flantntn, toys, houao furnishings; un
Broadway ; ?reslln. ... ,?
ALEXANDRIA. Vs.-Swan Bros.: W. B.
Swan, dry ?roods, notion?. furnishings,
Gregorian. , _
ALLBN'TOWN. Pa,?H68I Pros; 1 O. < ?
Soheedy, millinery, 225 Fifth Avenue;
ALTOONA, Pn.? W. P. Onbla ft Co.; J.
Sky lea, cottons. flannels; I. Trudeau,
dress goods; 230 Fifth Avenuo, '""Mi
ALTOONA, Pa.? William P. Gable ft ? o. ;
C. I. Carpenter, clothing; ?'? M. fay,
cotton mid woolen piece goods; H, olos
BOti, representative: Herald Bduare.
ALTOONA. Pa. Kline HroH ; C. I- Olli,
Vnon'a furnishings. Unir underwear, ho?
siery; J A. Balrd, notions, toilet goods.
jewelry: C.' Klngshurg. upholstery, dra?
peries; K.. I* Fiambeck, representing; 23
Eas( Twentv-slxth Stroot.
ALTOONA. Pa.- Kiln-, BroS.! B. IvingB
bury, upholstery; 23 East Twenty-sixth
ALTOONA, Pa? W. F Gable * Co. Mr.
Fay. linens; Mr. Slaalor. toys; Mi?' Hill,
notions; Miss Koogy, infants' wear; 210
Fifth Avenue. Syndicate Tr?dln? Co. ,
ANNISTON, Ala.-?Oorham Dry floods Co.;
J. W. Ma?ono and Mrs II. C. Tal ley.
general merchandise; Walllek.
AHHEVII.I.R, .V. C.- -H. Llplnsky Co.; Mr.
Price, ready-to-wear; 482 Fourth Ave?
ATLANTA?Keely Co.; R. E. O'Donnelly.
ready-to-wear; 1170 Broadway, room
ATLANTA?T?. A. Loekrldge ft Co.; 11 A
Loekrldge, noirs, nnd wholesalers men's
and boya' clothing; The Annes.
j ATLANTA?.M. Hlch ft Pros. Co.; .'. R.
McNalr, blankets, flannels, llnons, whit"
goods, >ra?h goods; I". A. Sheran, no?
tions, gloves, a?naII leather goods, toilet
good?, lowelry, atatlonery, toys; 1150
?roadway, 17th floor.
ATLANTIC. Iowa L. Oranaky ft Pens; J.
Washer, silks, dress goods. llt'O Broad?
way. Baer ft. Lllle.nthsl.
AUSTIN. Minn.?BjfUR Murphy, genorni
AtISTIN, Tex. ?.'.??Wi.-op L. Cohn. it..im
eri's wear; Grand/
BALTIMORE!?Morris ft Co ; K. Morris
ready to wear and furnishing goods
BALTIMORE?Bernheimer Bros.; A. M
Solomon, millinery; 470 Fourth Avenue.
BALTIMORE?M. Summerneld ft Son. R
Summcrfleld. woolen piece goods, York.
BALTIMORE?Hopkins J. Soth; D. C
Mansfield, china, glasuware. The Annex
BALTIMORE- -Meyer Closk ft Press Cp.
Inc.; Joseph Meyer, dresses; McAlpin
BALTIMORE?hL Freudenthal ft Son
Carl Freudenthal, tailors' trimming.?
BALTIMORE?A. Rosenthal, shoes; Alen
BALTIMORE?American wholesale Corp:
F. Ouellmalz, cotton piece goods, P. 1
Beck, toys, fancy goods; 364 Fourll
BALTIMORE- Stewart ft Co.; Ml?
Brauer, millinery, flowers; 2 West Thir
ty-sev.enth Btreat-; Assoo. P. i!. Co.
BEDFORD, Ind.;*? Mayer's Fashion Shop
Sydney B. Mayer, ladles' ready to wear
BENNETTSV1LLE, S. C. ,1, Sugar, dr
goods, clothing and shoes; Cumberland
BERWICK. Pa. ? Berwick Stores Co ; Mr?
W. C. Garrison, general merchandise
BINOHAMPTON, N. Y?Hills. McLean t
llasklns; Mr. McLean, ready to weal
??nits, dresses, coats; Mis Handrirk. Huit;
coats, dresses; .Mrs. Dodge, millinery
Mrs. Johnston, leather goods, handker
chiefs; Park Avenue.
BINGHAMTON, N, Y.? Hills, McLean ,
Hawkins; Miss C Mfl.ein, dry goods
Mrs. B. Lodge, millinery.; Miss A. Hen
(iricks, ready to wear; Park Avanue.
BIRMINGHAM?-Colby Co.; J. Colby, ar
BIRMINGHAM -Loveman, Joseph & Ix>et
N. Nussbaum, ?acts handkerchiefs, em
broideries, art goods; 116 We?t Thlrt)
second Street A. Pant!
BOND AM. Texas--.Mai Herruer, ready t
wear;; HS? Broadwav.
BOSTON?Jordkn-Marsb Co.. R. J. Trlri
ble, women's and children's cotton ur
durweur, basement; Misa E. O'Gor mai
trimmings, basement; J. F. Reed, won:
en's knit undorwear and hosiery; Mi;
M. B, Blackden, .small wares, basement
E. H Bei", upholstery, curtains and poi
tiares; Miss J. B. Rowe.ll, corset?; B,
L?hey, laces: Mrs. L. Altimus, ladle
skirls and oats, basemen! ; F. C Kin
ball, women's costumes; Miss F, >
White, children's dresses, baselhen
Miss N. Ilaniilburg, neckwear, basem-en
S. E. Emery, cotton anu French unde
wear, pettiest?; \v. B. Morgan, ribbon:
F. K. Rugglt-a, miases' and children
khlt Underwear and hosiery; .Miss B. J
Nolan, veiling?; Mlts K. J Kelley, trln
nilngs: W. T. Myers. silk wkists ?:
sweaters; A. G. Sanboin, silks, black ar
colored; Hugh (Jwens. art embroider
novelties und yarn?, P. McHugh, silk
(1res? goods, basement; .r A, Belye
women's neckwear and bells: W F, Va
num, boys' eiothlntr. wash clothing; Ml
M. B. Knight, misses'? suit?, coat
dressas, basement; P. F, Keefe, ini?*(
coats, skirt?, bathing suite; K. A Be
?ey, laces, basement; F. A. Burdlc
women's coats and skirts, bathing suit
Miss C. Sweeney, women's suits, tailor,
and high gride; A. \V. Anderson, mei
furniuhlngi). Miss M. Mahoney, missi
silk drisses; 432 Fourth Avenue
BOSTON -Butler's; S E. Solomon, milli
ery; 306 Fifth "Avenue,
BOSTON -R. 11. White Co.: -Mrs.? S M
Earthy, dresses; 132 roi.nl. Avenue.
BOSTON?-Filen?'?; M?as Goldlng, wats
Mr. Lbwenberg, representing; M: Coo
er, general merchandise; (Upetaln
Mia? Oilman, chlldrena, juniors, gi
dresses, misses' skirts; MIsh "ii-odlngti
cotton Waists; Miss Ai.iirews; siik. mi
Un underwear; Mrs McNahiee, inllllnf
(Baeernent) ; Mr. King, misses' dress?
Mis? Dart, imams' %>>??;, Mr. Robi
shoes; Mr. Levin, children's, junior
Btrl'a coals. dresses, Mr. O'Bri.
?clsse?', women's suits, coals; M
Duiiuette, women's Hkirts' M?bs Bo
children'? milliner.. ; ?."?i, Filth Avenue
I BOSTON?Gllchrlst Co.; Miss Mark
basflment. girls, juniore' dresses, coa
I skirts, middles; Mr. Hartford, toi
goods, notions: 200 Fifth Avenue.
BRADFORD. Pa.?J. Kreinaon ft Brc
L. Krelnaon. ready to wear, etc; 44 Bi
BROOKING?, S. O. -Hauff Dry Good? C
II. G. Hauff, dry goods ?nd vtorne
BUFFALO?J. N. Adam ft Co.; B
Mayo, trimmed, untrimmed hat?.
West Thirty-seventh Str?et. Assoc
?BUFFALO?Wm. Hengerer Co.. P. M.
Labin, furs; Mise J. M Bell, milline
trimmings; Mr. Mutter, blankets, co
forters; Misa F. M. Feilrnan. handk
c.hlafa, trimrr.lnKK, neckwesr; 2 W
Thlrty-aeventh Street; Assoc. D. G.
BUFFALO?Win. Hengerer ft Co : F.
Splolman, laces, ribbons, embroldorl
neckwear, handkerchiefs, veiling?;
West Thirty-seventh Street.
BUTTE?-Hennesi-ey s. Mrs. Clark, cot
BUita. eklrta: 23 Baat Twenty-sixth Str?
CANTON, Ohio -Theodore Morris Co., Ir
Mr. Nathan, ready to wear; UiO Bro;
wav; Baer <fe Llllentha!.
?CHATTANOOGA. T?lin.- .Miller Bros, t
Mis? Kate Rice, mlllinen*; H?0 Bio
CHARLESTON, W. Va.?J. Schwab (P
ple'a Store); B. Swart?, toy?; 44 E
Twenty-third Street, room 60S.
CHARLOTTE, N. C- S, Llplnsky Co.;
j Price, ready to wear; 432 Fourth A
. CHICAGO?D. S. Komtss ft Co.; Miss
Reichenthal, dresfte?; Knickerbocker.
? CHICAGO?S. P. Platt; Benjamin l^vlt
? CHICAGO?Marshall Field, Miss 1
brook, skirts; 1107 Broadway.
CHICAGO?Rothschild * Co.; H Kov
millinery; Miss F. MUlor. mlllinc
j Miss A. Weiner. drugs, tollet goods,
good?; 470 p'ourth Avenue.
CHICAGO?Carson, Pirto ft Scott;
Spoerl, retail hoglery, undorwear; \V
Hutchlnaon and J. C. Rogei-s. furs;
CHICAGO?J. Oppenheimor ft Co.;
Latze-r. ?porting goods, houso turn
lugs; G. M. Sachs, notion?, laces,
broideries. handkerchiefs. neckw
gloves; S. Valentino, upholstery
drapery, curtain?, floor coverings, r
carpets, bl.tnkotB and comforts; Brei
I CHICAGO?Carson, Pirie ft Scott; Mis;
E. Haves, muslin underwear, pettlco
n?glig?es, infant*' wear; J E. Le
hous?wavc3; Mias M, A. Pierce p<
coat*, house dresses, ?aeo.ues, inia
wear; 404 Fourth Avenue.
CHICAGO?Mullen ft Co.; C. M. Fitz;
ah!, woole&s; Cumberland.
CHICAGO?Twelfth Street Store; Mis;
Steck, millinery; Muncer Co.. 1182 Brc
I CHICAGO?H- M. Llndenthal ft Sons;
C. Llndenthal, woolena; 2?0 Fifth .?
nue, room 1207.
CHICAGO?Hilltnan'B; M. Meyrra, Ml??
eteln; XI. HlHma?, ready to wear;
CHICAGO ? A. L, Klaln Co^ A. K!
pant? materials; 108 West Thlrty-foi
Street; Klk? Club.
CHICAGO?S. B. Platt; Benjamin Levi
CHICAGO?-Mandel Broa.; (-. Blsbee,
holstery; Miss Hondle. baBement rail
ery; Miss Wagoner, pictures; is j
Twenty-second Street. ^
CINCINNATI?AlvlB Cloak * Suit Co.;
Lew ready to wear; Aberdeon.
CINCINNATI?Wlleon. Levy Co; H.
Lew, woolen piece roods; Aba;"de?n
CINCINNATI-J. PI???1,0 J'0-; B,
Beagle, shoes ; H. W. Petera, ,?
clothing; *33 Fourth Avenue.
CINCINNATI?The Fair Store; J C. Sir
llnena, white goods; 88 East Twe:
sixth Street; Aberdeen.
CINCINNATI-H. & & Waist Co.; A
HkrbenjBr, Jobs and special linen?
waiat? for Jobbere; 1261 Broadway. r
CINCINNATI?Meyer, WIbo A Kaichen
8. R. Meyer, hosiery, ?love?, eto. ;
: OKCU?K??X--01??? 4ta4?tes Om
, Roaonthal, Irlminlngn nnd braids; 215
CINCINNATI?MoAlpIn Co. i m. n. Splng
1er, la,.os, ombroldorles, hand korcli lofs;
! 21 Foist Twenty-sixth Street.
CINCINNATI?M, Reiser A Sons; S. Roth,
infra cloaks, ?nits; Aberdeen.
CINCINNATI -McAlpIn Co.; J. C. Smith,
i wash goodn; 23 East Twenty-sixth
CLARKHSVILLB, Tenn.?McNoal & Ed?
ward?; Miss C. Lowe, millinery; The
CLEVELAND?Llborty Garment Co.; L S.
i'onvors?. hnuno dresses and children's
CLEVELAND?Kohn Uros. A Co.; R. 11.
Kohn, woolen piece goods; Penneyl
CLEVELAND- ICnol'.-Csmpan c0.; M. .1
Cnmpon, cotton pine? goods; Pennsyl?
CLEVELAND Th? Hlgbcn Co.; Miss M.
Eckstein, gloves; Mies B. Nutting, knit
: undcrwoar; Ml?? A, Schudeckcr, hosiery,
oto . 230 Fifth Avenue,
CLEVELAND- II. Greenwald, dry goods.
ote : Wall loll
CLEVELAND May < 'o ; F. It. Hoddlngor,
jewelry, Icathci good?; .1. O. Sprowl,
roady to wear; J. ir. Swahson, banement
merchandise; Ml?? Beyer, miases' dressas;
Mr Lindner, ladies' und."-wear: :i7 West
Twenty-sixth Street; M. Sostnian.
CLEVELAND- Friedman-Hans Co. ; H. M
Friedman, cotton and woolen pleci
iron.is, silks, satins, and velvets, trim
nilngs and braids, Aberdeen.
CLEVELAND?The Storn Co. : C. L. Maas,
ready to wear; 212 Fifth Avenue; Harry
Landres &? Bro.
CLEVELAND E. Pereles, cotton pleci
1 goods, Milk.?. satins und velvet*. Abe;
CLEVELAND?Hallo Bros. Co., Miss G
Toedtman, lac.? nnd embroideries; 221
CLEVELAND?Bailey Co., Joseph Kaplat
I (dresses, coats and suits, furs?, 37 We?
j Twenty-sixth Street.
COLUMBUS, O. -Columbus Dry Good? Co.
! Misa Mary Burns tir.nnnery), Breslln.
COLUMBUS, Ohio?Max 11 Reiser Co.
i Ml?,? S. SU berat ein, waists, petticoats
kimonos, etc.; Max Weinberger, rond
to wear; Miss !.. Herakowltn, millinery
.COLUMBUS, Ohio?F. * R. Lazarus Co.
J, Doody, clothing and tuminhlnge ; W
H. Knoi, ready to wear, etc., '". \V
King, representative; George Doyl<
ready to wear, etc.; A. L Schmitt, cot
ton piece goods, etc.; J. B. Bellamj
ready to ?-our, etc.; 225 Fifth Avenue
? CONCORD, N. C.?Parke Bell Co.; T. F
Morrison, notions; S. O. Hrnrnler, tren
oral merchandise; 116 W,\?t Thirty-sec
ond street . A. Pant!.
COOKVILLE. Tenn.?Jenkins A-. Darwl
Ilroo. ; i '. B. Jenkins, dry goods, cloth
ing and shoes; Grand.
CUMBERLAND, Md.?Cumberland D. r
Co.; B. II Geare, general merchandise
! PA t.IAS, Tex. -I. H. Well ?..-Co.: Mlf
Shay, underwear: Miss Finch; waists
4 70 Fourth Avenue.
DALLINGER. Tex. -Roger?, lllgson Co
Mr. Molback. ready to wear; 1150 Broac
way: .1. M. Higgles.
! DANVILLE, Pa. -Cohen Bros,; It, l
Cohen, clothing, m-n's furnishings; Hej
, aid Square.
DANVILLE, Va Samuel Manille, read
to Wear; earn 118.. Broadway.
DAYTON Kike. Kumler Go. ; J. Davl
colored good?; \s . Kike, silk?, woolen!
W. J. Roclter, whit...- good?, linens; J. I
Bandell, basement yard goods, bedding!
2?,'> Fifth Avenue; Associated Merchai
I dlsins Co.
DATTON. O.?William F. Oelman Co.. 1
B. Ambrose, read} to wear; Broztell.
DENVER Noustater Co.; '?- E, Cohe
coats .suits; 364 Fifth Avenue,
DENVER Joelln D. G, Co.; A. F. Poh
man, toys, house furnishing*; 23 La
Twenty-sixth Street; Woodward
DES MOINES. Iowa?G. Simon & Go.; '
Simon, ready to wear; 18 West Thlrtj
fifth Streei . Vmi Buren.
Dies MOINES, Iowa?Harris-Emory C<
Mr De Witt, b.-l.teyoent ready to w.-ar, M
Nichols, Jewelry, gloves, leather good
silverware, umbrellas; Miss Byerly, je\
? ??ri ; Mis? H. Jamery, ladles' neckwea
Mr.'. Harris, fancy goods, art good
yarns; 7.52 Fourth Avenue,
i DETROIT -La Mode Drcs? Shop, .1.
Ginsberg (dresses), Aberdeen.
j DETROIT -Crow-ley Millier Co.; Mr?. E,
J. Ward, waists; 11? West. Thlrty-iecoi
? Streit; A Fant!.
DE WITT, Ark.- T. M. Loeb, drj good
shoe?, clothing), Longacre.
DULUTH, Minn.?Miller Alberberg Co ; ;
j C. Alberberg, ready t.. woar; Pennwj
DTERSBURO, Tenn.--Baker Watkins Su
j.ly Co. ; W. P. Moas, general niercha
dise: The Annex.
'ELGIN. Tex. -Rivers Mercantile Co., ,
C. Rivers (roady to wear, milliner'
, 11S2 Broadway.
ELKHART, Ind.--The H. B. gyUe.4 Co..
F. Burkhart (notion?, handkerchiefs a
neckwear); Mia? Sophlna Wahl .la.
ar.", embroideries, trimmings and braidt
Mis? A. Trainer i woolen piece goo
silks, Hat In? and velvets); Mi?n I) Ch
lev .corset? and brassiere?, ohildre
wear, muslin underwear); 1138 Bros
ERIE, Pa.- -Tras:.. Prescott i Rl. har
Co. L. S. Mears (ready to wear), 6 W
Thirtj -sscond Street.
; ETNA, Pn li M. .'?plan, rnllllneii ?,
Comet?'? furnishings; Grand.
FITZGERALD. O?.?J. L. McCarthy, d
goods, general merchandise; Colllfi
FLINT, Mich.- A M. Barnes, Airs A,
Bar n?s, Mrs. W. B. Hoffman, ready
wear; is W.?st Twenty-seventh Stro
FoIdb?rg & Cohen.
FORT WATNE, Ind.?Wolf A- Dessau
.Miss K. lUnks, gloves a.nd veils;
Guskoll and J. B?ard, repr?sent?t! v
'i West Thirty-second Street.
FORT WORTH. Tex.?-Max Cohen c-lo
GALHSBURG, 111.?Kellogg, Drake ft C
.1. c. Hart, coats, suit?, dresses; C.
Larson, ores? good?, silk?; i'rli
GALVE3TON, Tex. ? Oarbadd-Eibaud
Co.: Mis? B, Schneider, ready to we
GRAND FORKS, N, D. ? R. B. Grifft
A. L. Larson, general dry goods; Geoi
M. Bray, ready to wear: Paul B. Gi
fltli, toy?, novelties; Pennsylvania, ro
URANO RAPIDS, Mich.?C. Trankla
Co.; F W. SVcndland, .utils and su
4:?? Fourth Avenue.
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.?Ghas. Tran
Co.; A. G. Stamfoi th, upholstery, drap
les, curtains; 4.13 Fo-irth Avenue.
GREENVILLE. S. C.?Hobbs Hender
Co.; W. A. Steinhaus, ladles' cot
suits; lb' E Thlrtv-third -Street; Breali
GREENSBORO, N. C?The Meyer I
Um. J Fuller, millinery; ? West Thir
HAMILTON. Ont.?Mindon'?: L. Mind
I women's read-, to wear: Broztell.
HAMILTON, Ohio ? li. Reiser, cloth!
furnishings, haia, shoes; Pennsyivanii
HARRISRURG, Pa. -Kaufman'? Une
?elling Stores. P. F. Goldsmith, m<
hats, clothing; 27 West Twenty-si
HARRISON. Ark. -Welch Ellis Morcan
Co.; W. A. Welch, general m.ise; ?
HARTFORD ?G. Fox & Co.; Jo*
Carplcs, ready to wear; M. Oallali
.skirts, lia West. Thirty-second Str.
i A. Fant I.
HARTFORD -S^ge Allen Co. ; F E Har
representing: 4u4 Fourth Avenue.
' HAZLETON. Pa.?P. Delroth's Sons;
Robin?, silks, bed.lines, white and .
; ored wash goods; 40 Fourth Avenu?.
, HELENA. Ark. ? II. Barnett, ready
wear; 1183 Broadway, Room 403.
?HIGH POINT, N. C.?Silver Co.; M.
ver, clothing and furnishing?; Ponn
HUNTSVILLE, Ala.--T. T. Terry, worn
ready to wear; 112j Broadway.
j HUNTSVILLE. Ala.?3. Thompson, he
I furnishings; Park Avenue.
j HUNTINGTON, W. Va.?Croft-S tan dar
I Co.. .1. R. McMahon, gents' furr.lahl
I underwear; 60 Worth Street.
I HUNTINGTON, W. Va. -O. L. Stand
j Co.; o L. Standard, general mdse.;
HUNTSVILLE, Ala.?Damson A Abrah
S. Damson, dry- good?, etc.; Longacr
I HUNTSVILLE, Ala -J. Jaeoby. dry g<
and clothing; Longacre.
j HCNTSVILL?I, Ala?Zennnr-Bradahaw
Mrs. G. IL Wright, millinery; 432 Foi
HUNTSVILLE, Ala.?Pitman Bros.; J
Pitman, dry good?, clothing, sh
INDIANAPOLIS?H. P Waa?on Co.; :
Perl Hurt, neckwear, veils: Miss N
Honan, Infants' muslin underwear; 1
T. Shea, Infants' wear; C. W. Ml
men's furnishing?; 118 West Thl
second Street: A. Pantl.
i INDIANAPOLIS?Hlbben, Hollweg A
W, J. Ransdell. ready to wear;
INDIANAPOLIS?Efroymson * Wolf;
J. Wolf, leather goods, ribbons, fr
good?; L. 9. Wolf, notion?, laces,
broideries; ll? Wi.it Thirty-sec
Street: A. Fantl.
INDIANAPOLIS--L. S. Ay res ?.? Co.:
McEvoy, silverware: 'A. Hoffmet
leather goods; Mis? Welsbarr, t.
goods; Miss Stanley. notions;
Baker,, art needlework; Mr. Mai
indse. manager: Miss Llghtstone, si
C. M. Mansfield, stouts ready to w
?3D Fifth Avenue; Assoc. Mdie. Cor
INDIANA, Pa.?Hsyman Bros.; H. L. 1
man. dry goods and notion?; He
INDIANA, Pa?Brody Broa: I. Br
ready to wear and furnishing go
JAMESTOWN. X. T.?M. R. Nel?on
Goods Co.; M. R. Nelson, general mi
JUANNHTTH. P?-?I?MAo Ambler, re
JOHNSTOWN. Pa.?Penn Traffic
Mies M. Kuckuck, millinery: Ml?t
Scherer, repr?sentative; Pennsylvan
JOHNSTOWN. Pa.?L. Felnberg, read
KINSTON, N. C.?S. Miller, won
wear, etc.; Aberdeen.
KANSAS CITT. Mo.?Emery, Bir<
Thayer; F. E. West, novelties, t
goods: 36 Madison Avenue.
KANSAS CITT, Mo.?Jones Stor? Co
M. Arthur, piece goo?a, ?ilk?; 23
' K?.ooT,7TTj Hf-Ti0'"^ B- ???* ?**
Goods lu., J L. Campbell, men'? fur
V'?'^^i ,,n""y:,1' A McKanna. no
Av Roods, books: 230 Fifth
I K,:;(,'K?'',<?!rnT-r,,r>vln'?'!r -,ro"-: >'? Wln.er,
dry roods; Elks curb
i KOICOMO, In.l.--Thalirian ft Levl; Mrs.
' ???. 1M";"'"',"llAllln,V>-; 1U West Thirty
second Street ; A. K;| n t I
Witte, ready to wear, etc ? 41 East
Twenty-third street ' '"? " ^aal
LAFAYETTE, lud. w ,,. ./lnn c d
good?; '? B. Beadle, F. o. Omara, repre
Mo ? Thirty-second Street;
! LANCASTER, Pa.-Buohann ft Brown;
MJ?\ n.P, DoAm?>'U hosiery, handker
! chiefs; The Annex.
LANCASTER, Fa. -Mrs. H. B. Wolff, mil
LANCASTER Ps -McFee ft Miller; Miss
li Lacey, dry goods, ready to wear, W.
.1 Miller, dry goods, ready to wear;
LANCASTER, Pa.-Watt * Bhand; Miss
Alice Kaufman, muslin underwear- 4'Cl
LANCASTER, Ohio?W. Miller, men's
LANCASTER, Pa.?Watt ft Shand; Mis?
Corley, corsets; W, s Sullivan, ready
to wear: Misa C Kirchner. Miss C Ken
nody, Miss B Uumrnelsbacb, Miss Kauft -
man, reads to wear; 432 Fourth Avenue.
LANSING, Mich. F, N. Arbaugh Co.; L
B. Scammon, ready to wear; C N' \r
baugh, representing; 432 Fourth Ave
LANS?NO, Mich.?F. N, Arbaugh Co.; L
B. Scammon, coats, siiltB, waists; 4:12
Court li Avenue.
LANSING, Mich. -J. VV. Knapp ft Co ? J
W. Knapp, ?rene,ai merchandise, 116
West Thirty-second Street; room 1-110
LA PQRTH, Ind.- La Porte Woolen Mills'
li. w. Fox, treasurer; 360 Broadway
LA PORTE, Ind.- -IL W. Cox Sons ft
Co.; II. W. Fox, treasurer; ,"51 Broad
: ?LAWRENCE, Mass, ? A. B, Sutherland
Co . J. Talbot, ready to we^r; 432 Fourth
LEAD. 9, D.?Mearst Mercantile Co.; T.
D. Murrln, general merchandise; The
LINCOLN, Neb. ? H. Herpolshelmer r^.
P. R. Elliott, notions, books, fane;
goods, leather and toilet goods; Breslln
LINCOLN, Neb.- II. Horpolsheimer Co.; P
It. Elliott, notions, stationery; Il7<
LORAIN, Ohio?Kline Bros; George Kline
LOS ANGELES?Jacoby Bros.; L. Jacoby
merchandise manager; 1K>0 Bway.
, LOS ANGELES- Broadway Dept. Store
J. S. Smith, art needlework, palntlnsg
china, pictures, frames, \>i? Madison Ave
Los ANGELES?Joseph Zukin; Josepl
Zulcln, georgette; crepe da chine, laces
ribbons, buttons: IBS Madison Avenue.
'LOS ANGELES -Katz Bros.; Louis Davit
ready to wear; 212 Fifth Avenue, Harr;
Landres ft Hrn.
LOUISVILLE?.1. Bacon ft Sons; Mis? 1
Kline, representing; Geo. Elder, plec
goods, silks; 23 Fust Twenty-Sixth Street
LOUISVILLE?H. Strauss Co.; B. Klein
stiver, In.use furnishings and genera
merchandise . > ?rand
LOUISVII ' ' ,1. Hue..n A. Fi.rt'M. Mayei
men's furnishings, corsets, infants' wear
23 Cast Twenty-sixth Street, room 81(
LOCISVILLB?Julia McManaman; Mi?
.1 McManaman, millinery; Manhattai
LOL'LSVILLE- Stewart Dry Goods Co.
Miss S. Stevens, mlllinary, ilowen
feathers; 2 West Thirty-seventh Streei
LOUISVILLE?Stewart Dry Goods Co.
Miss M. A Opdyko, infants' wear, cor
seis, nuis! In; L' West Thirty-se ventl
Street: 'vssoc. Drv Goods Co
I LOIMSVILE - Kentuckj Clothing Co.
'h.irlm Mendel. Raymond 1. Wende
ready to wear; Knickerbocker.
LYNCHBI'RG, Va.?C. H. Almond Dr
Goods Co.; Mrs. D. Lewis, corsets, kn
underwear, etc.; Mrs. Ft. Hill, represor
LYNN, Mass. Goddard Ttros. ; W. R, Hum
phreys, ready to wear; F. L Goddan
representing; 432 Fourth Avenue; Dr
POPLAR BLL'FF, Mo.?J. Lorenz, dr
goods, e .-., Wallick,
PORTLAND, Me.?B. Markson, men
PORTLAND Me.?Markson Bros: 1
Marks'.n. clothing; Breslin.
ROANOKB, Ala.?B. D. ft T. L. Aubrej
T. L. Aubrey, dry goods and shoes; A
ST PAUL?Field, Schlick ft Co.; A. Si
dor, woolen and cotton piece goods; 11'
TOUNGSTOWN, Ohio .J. K. Bpman, men
and women's furnishings; Breslln.
MACON, C.a, Burden, Smith ft Co.; J, '
Beal, silks, velvets, cotton piece good:
MANGU.M, Okls ~C. M. Stone ft Co.; dr
goods; The Annex
MERIDIAN, Miss. D. Rosenbaum's Sun
A. P Rosenbaum, dry goods, clothlni
general merchandise; carpets; 15 Ea
Twenty-Blxth Street; Herald Square.
MERIDIAN, Conn.? Ives, Upham ft Ban.
C. L. Cpliain. representing; C. L. Uphs
,ir.. ready to wear; 4?2 Fourth Avenu
Dry Goods I'nlou
MILWAUKEE Landauer A Co.; A. Rlc)
man, ready to wear, oto.; Cumberland.
MILWAUKEE?Herzfeld, Philllpson Cc
P.. E. Lauer, leather goods, stationer
general merchandise; II, G. Bailada
leather goods, urt. goods. etc.; 11
MINNEAPOLIS Powers Mercantile Co
Mis? Baubee." trimmings; P.. s Bart!
silks, velvets, dress goods patterns;
West Thlrtv-sovent h Street; Vssoc. Di
MINNEAPOLIS Raich '? Ant..oler. M
Raich and Mr. Antonler. ?encrai me
ehandlse; 4?f> Broadway; M. Cohen.
MINNEAPOLIS- Powers Mercantile C<
W. c M. Pyke. embroideries, lace
neckwear, handkerchiefs, veiling
glove. trimmings, .'.boons; Mis?
Wahl, representing . 2 West Thlrt
MOBILE, Ala. -L Hammel Dry Goods Ce
W. L. McVay, blanket? end comfort
l 150 Broadway.
MODESTA, Cal.- Miss Bertha , Fortl
women's, children's apparel, milliner
MONTGOMBR. Ala.?Montgomery B'a'
dry goods, general merchandise; 1
Danziger, president; "?I Fast Twent
MONTGOMERY, Ala.?Scheuer, Wise
Co.; M. Scheuer, piece goods;
MOUNT STERLING, Ky.?The Rogers C<
J. V. Rogers, ready-to-wear; Breslln.
MOUNT VERNON, Mo.?C. Mlllsap, d
goods and general merchandise; i'ork.
NASHVILLE I. Jones ft Co.; Sldn
Jones, pile fabrics, children'-? coats. 11
NASHVILLE?Hlrschberg Bros.; D. Groi
ready to wear; Pennsylvania.
NEWARK, Ohio Mazoy, W H? Co.; J.
Hi hi. domestics, flannels, blankets, ihm
furnishings: i West Twenty-eso
Street, second floor
NEW HAMPTON*. Iowa Sheakley ft K?
nody Uros ; M Kennedy, dry goods. !.-?
eral merchandise; Hr.-slln.
NEW OR I.MANS -Kraus? Co., Ltd.;
Krauss, drv goods; G West Thlrty-seco
NEW ORLEANS?Meyer isarel ft C
Benj. Argus, women's ready-to-wet
NBW ORLEANS- Charles A. Kaufm
Co.; M. F. Strauss, blankets, flar.ne
linens; 11 ti West Thirty second Stre.
NEW PHILADELPHIA, Ohio?S. S. I*r(
Co.; S. S. Urfer und P. Rein hold, d
goods and general merchandise, Wl
NIAGARA FALLS. N. V- -Niagara I)
Goods Co.; P. J. Fisher, representln
A. C. Baker, millinery; A. MacGarvt
suits; Miss S. M. Coddlngton, urederwet
J. McCarthy, waists, skirts, coats; 4
NORFOLK. Va.?Watt, P.ettew ft- Cls
dry goods; Miss I. Maul, .-orsetH; M
A. Potter, ready-to-wear; B, B. Conwl
general merchandise manager; 22 E:
NOFOLF, Va.?Wlllls-Crall-Smlth Co.;
F Smith, carpets, furniture; York.
NORFOLK. Va.?Watt, Rettew ft Cls
Miss M. Graupner. leather goods; 23 Bi
NORFOLK, Va.?-Miller, Rhoads ft Swar
A Pchlig. ready to wear: Miss A. Pete
ready to. wear; Mr. Swartz, represent it
432 Fourth Avenue; Dry Goods 1'nion,
NORFOLK, Va.? Millar, Rhoads ft Swar
Mrs. K. Bazemore, waists and sweate
NORTH ADAMS, Mass.?Max Weln Si
clalty Shop; Max Weln, ready to we.
1170 Broadway, room 602.
NOR WALK, Ohio?L. M. Preis, dry goc
and notion?; Breslln
NORWICH, ?orrn.?Re?d ft Hughes; Jan
W, Bussey, men's furnishings, hosle
neckwear, colored wash goods; 4
NORWICH, Conn.?Porteoua ft Mltchc
L. Porteous, ready to wear; 432 Fout
OLYPHANT, Pa.?K. Raher, dry eon.
clothlnu and ?hoes. Broadway Central
OMAHA?J. L. Brandies & Son; Miss
Butler, waists; Park Avenue.
OMAHA?Byrne ft Hammer D. O. Co.;
S Atterbury, notions; 43 Leonard Stre
OTTCMWA, Iowa?W. J. Donelan Co.:
L. Bliley, furnishing goods and shoes
West Thirty-second Street.
FARAGOULD, Ark.?S. l. Joseph ? ....
Rice; Miss Barkdale, women's check
aklrts, waists; 12C1 Broadway.
PARKBRSBURG, W. Va.?Oils Bros.
Co.; Miss D. Sutton, millinery, 12
Broadway, ?ixth floor.
PBNSACOLA, Fla.?Reaily-to-Wear Stoi
A Friedman, ready-to-wear; 1150 Broa
way; Baer & Lillenihal.
PEORIAj HI.?Federman ft. Co.: G. Fed
man, dry goods: Pennsylvania.
PEOR?A, III.?Blick ft Kuhl; H. T. M
gan, secretary and merchandise mi
ager- W. A. Rlcker. housefurnlBhln
china; W. J. Doxey, toys; John
O'Malley, vlotrolas; W. E. Conway. it
linery; Miss M Congrove, mllllne
Miss Millatidi-r. millinery; Adolph C
jewelry, silverwan-; J. W. Mack
men's clothing, furnishings; B. C. B<
beddings, wash goods, traveling goo.
Mrs. V. C. Carr, Infants' wear; F.
Bush, piece goods; F. A. Lozier. rtbbo
glove?, hosiery, neckwear, handkerchle
Lman Brown, boys' wear; 1270 Broa
way, Stanley C. Macrae.
PHILADELPHIA?N. Suellenburg ft C
I. w. Isaacs, men's, boys' furnlshin
MfllLADSLPHIA?Herbert Kohn: Hert
^Kohn, silks, Venetians; 33 West Thlr
PHILADELPHIA-?M. Fuhrmaa. wool?
PHILADELPHIA?L. Schw?rt?, millinery;
PHILADELPHIA?A. Blum 4k Son; A.
Blum. millinery; Broadway Central.
PHILADELPHIA?Rand & Rand; J.
Hand, woolen piece icoods. silk?, satins
?rid velvets; Aberdeen.
PHILADELPHIA M. Norwlck * Son; II.
A. Norwlck, cotton and woolen piece
goods, coats and suits; 1H2 Broadway.
PHILADELPHIA - Welntraub A Roth
stein; M, Welntraub, knit goods; Brta
PHILADELPHIA?Meyer. Gravis A Sons; J.
Cravi?, cotton and woolen ploe?? goods,
silks, sa'ins and velvet?; 33 West Thirty
| PHILADELPHIA?Moakowitz A Telt-I
baum; I, Teltelbautn, woolen piece goods;
PHILADELPHIA?GInibel Bros.; V.
Zanner, general merchandise; D. S.
Scott, men's furnishings; Broadway and
PHILADELPHIA? M. Kramer, dry good?
and notions: Grand.
PHILADELPHIA-Samuel Gross. milli?
nery; Herald Square.
PHILADELPHIA?Apt Bros.; M. fl. Apt,
notions and general merchandise; Na
I PHILADELPHIA?L. W. Hirsch Co.; Miss
I Meyer, dresses; 37 West Twenty-sjxth
Stroat; Ben Lev!?
PHILADELPHIA?Gtmbel's; Miss Mc
Cann; Miss Mi-Tague; Mr. Goldman,
hi..us', misses' dresse?; Broadway and
PIQUA, Ohio?Brown, J. w., Co.; IL W
? Brown, cloaks, suit?; Walllck.
PITTSBURGH?H. Levy. furnishings;
PITTSBURGH ? Kaufman's Department
?"-lor,-; Mr. Llpmarr, representing; Mr.
| Harris, china, glassware; Mr. Pilver?tein,
upholstory, draperie?, floor coverings;
PITTSBURGH -Campbell'?; J. C. McDow
!.. silks, velvet?, woolen piece goods, ?
.???-: Thirty-second Street.
PITTSBURGH?Kaufman * Ba?r; E. A.
Solomon, tui'nituro; 404 Fcurth Avenue
PITTSBURGH ? Kaufman A Bner: J.
Kohnfeirier. china, housefurnishlngs.
toys; 404 Fourth Avenue.
PITTSBURGH?Rosenbaum Co. ; Mis? M.
Stine, hous? dresses, kimonos; B Green
berg, misses', junior?' coats. Miss B <!
Pafenbach, corsets; J. M, Winters, ready
to-wear; Miss M. Folks, suits; Ml?? M.
Lyons, suits; Miss M. Kerr, coats; 116
W,>st Thirty-second Street, A. Fant). 2
Thirty se,-.nid Streot, A. Fantl.
PITTSBURGH ? McCreory Co.; R. C,
Clark, millinery; 23 East Twenty-sixth
Poplar BLUFF, Mo.?Lorena-Mero Co.
? I B. Lorenz, general dry good3, mer
PORTLAND. Ore. -Lennon'?; Miss Kagi
infants' wear, waists; 1150 Broadwav
PORTLAND, Ore?Meier A Frank; Will
lam Barman, ?llks; 212 Fifth Avenue
! PORTLAND, Me.?Porteous, Mitchell I
Braun; Mr. Laheman, ready to wear
432 Fourth Avenue.
PORTLAND, Ore.?M. Sellers A Co.; H
B. Marks, H, Lowengart, toys, crockery
PORTLAND, Ore.?J. U. Shapiro, men'
furnishings; Broadway Centra!.
POUGHKEEPSIE, N. Y.?Luckey, Plat
A Co.; N. i!. Ferdon, notions; 220 Flit
43 Leonard Street.
PROVIDENCE?W. Schloss, millinery; Col
PUEBLO, Col.?Crews-Beggs D G. Co.
Mr. Young, read.'.-I -wear; 230 Flft
Avenu". Syndicate Trading Co.
RICHMOND. Va.?Miller A Rhoa.d?; M:
Dldenhove, ready to wear; 432 Fourt
.RICHMOND. Va?Richmond D. G. Co
Will ?am Russell, ready-to-wear, gent:
furnishings; 43 Le,,nard Street.
ROANOKE, Va.-:?George MacBain A Co
George MacBain, ready to wear; 43
ROCHESTER ? Duffy-Powers Co.; Ml!
Finger, spring" coats, suits, dresnes; M?e
Feldman, jobs muslin underwear. 47
Fourl h Avenue.
ROCHESTER A. Goldman Co.; A. Gold
man, general nuise.; Broadway Centra
ROCHESTER?Slbley, Lindsay A Curr; C
F, Merrlok, millinery; 432 Fourth Avt
ROCHESTER?Slbley. Lindsay & Curt
Miss B. A Fitzgerald, shirtwaists; Mil
II M. Qulnn, corsets; 432 Fourth Avenu
SACRAMENTO, Calif.?Halo Bros.. Inc
Miss /.. Hook, ?llks and muslin undei
wear, Infant.*.' wear, children's hoslen
50 Union Square.
SAGINAW, Mich.?M. M. Tanner Co.; Mb
Ada M. Simmons, millinery; Miss Vorn
L'-mbrlch, representing; 1170 liroadwa
SALT LAKE CITT?Auerbach Co.. H. 1
Tinker, jewelry; 122 East Twenty-fourt
SALT LAKE CITY?Walker Bros. D. I
Co.; T. F Cahlll, basement department
6 West Thirty-second Street.
RAN FRANCISCO?A. K?lner, ladl<
ready-to-woar; 1182 Brooadway.
SAN FRANCISCO?Emporium; J. A. Gf
vin, linens, wash goods, flannals, d
in,.sties; Miss Barth, crsots, bathrobi
sweaters; 225 Fifth Avenue. Assoc. Mda
SAN FRANCISCO O'Connor, Moffatt
i'o.. R. Uazlett, cotton goods', wa:
goods, linens; 432 Fourth Avenu?.
SAVANNAH, Ga. ?? Savannah Milllne:
Co.; 1'. BOdzlne S Bodzine, milliner:
SEATTLE- Seattle Dry Goods <-o. ; Mi
Hel.-n Wiley, > oats, suits, waists, fur
1 In Fourth Avenue,
SEATTLE -Bon Marche; L. McGill, trunk
suitcases; 'it:, Fifth Avenue. eighl
SEATTLE -The Mario Co.; Miss M, Si
viers, ready to var; 1270 Rroadwa;
Stanley C Macrae,
SEATTLE Seattle Dry Goods Co.; J.
Gray, shoes; Miss II. Welley, ready
wear; 440 Fourth Avenue.
SATTLE?W, F. Plusterer, drug sundrie
Miss Kirby, lamp shades, art need!
work 225 Fifth Avenue, eighth floor.
SEATTLE?Mi Seller? A Co.; H B. Marl.
II. Lowengart, toys, .rockery; 43 Leo
SE\TTl.E McDougall-Southwick Co.; "*
E. Barr, upholstery, draperies, carpet
W. P. Gerber, ready-to-wear; 23 Ea
SKI.MA. Ala.-Southern Clothing and N
tion Co : H. Marins, general buyer; W?
SIOUX CITY, Iowa?Pelletier Co.;
Trlmm, hosierv. underwear. leath
goods, 110 West Thirty-second Street,
somerset. Ky.?Israel Haskins, ''?
goods mil notions; Pennsylvania.
SPOKANE?M. Sellers A Co.: II. B. Mar".
II. Lowengart, toy?, crockery; 43 Leo
SPOKANE?Spokane Dry Goods < o ; O.
W. Berg, trunks, bags, draperie?, carpet
4 4 0 Fourth Avenue.
SPRINGFIELD, III.- -R- F- H?rndon A C
J B. McGorey, women's garments; T
SPRINGFIELD 111, Corwell Clothing C<
Miss R. Van Winkle, women's, misse
children's ready to wear: McAlpin A
SPRINGFIELD. Mass.?A. Kaplan, she
SPRINGFIELD, Mo.?Natter, Ullman M'
chandise Co.; M. Netter, women's roa
to w.ar, 1133 Broadway, room 301.
ST JOSEPH, Mo.?Ron Marche; !.. Lo'
e.-iberg, milinery; 1270 BroadwayA Sta
ley C, Macrae,
ST LOUIS?Famous A Barr; M. H. Blar
jewelry, leather goods; W. H. Wingilc
Bilks; T. E. Page, basement ready
wear; 37 West Twenty-sixth Street; Soi
man. _ . ... _.
ST LOUIS?s. winner & Co.; A. I", t
?teln waists, dresses; Pennsylvania.
ST. PALL-Emporium Merchandise C
I " W J. Stuart, crockery, china, gla;
ware- 6 West Thirty-second Street.
SUPERIOR, Wls.?Both Bros. Co.; C.
Line,,. g.:n<-i??l merchandise manag?
SYRACUSE, N. Y.?Nlswanger-Blrkesi
Co ? J. O, Nlswanger, millinery; Bresl
TACOMA?People's Store; Mr?. Eva:
millinery; 23 East Twenty-sixth Stre
5th floor. ,
TACOMA?Rhode? Bros., Inc.?Mrs. Li
-aine, waists; 1150 Broadway. J. M. B
TERRE HAUTE, Ind.?A. Her?.; Miss
F. Welsh, jewelry, neckwear, veilini
C, A Ballard, traveling goods, draper!
rugs- E. J. Carpenter, basement lln
118 West Thirty-second Street, Fantl
TOLEDO, Ohio?Thompson-Hudson C
Mr?. E. I). Simpson, corsets; Hai
Mason, silks, dress goods; M. Foor, <
I most tes, linens, piece goods, art goo<
2 00 Fifth Avenue.
TOLEDO-Brown Eager A Hull Co.; E.
Knsworth. fancy goods, books, sch
supplies; The Annex.
TOLEDO?La Salle Koch Co.; M1?s
Nlacow, millinery; 225 Fifth Aven
Associated Merchandising Corporation
TOLEDO?W. L. Milner A Co.; L. L. Brl
toys; Mrs. Bessirc, waaji and woo
dress goods, ?llks, velvets, lining?;
M'est Thirty-second Street, A. Fantl.
TOLEDO?Lion Dry Goods Co. ; E. H. Hi
bard, lace?, veils, trimming?, ?tatlone
books; 23 East Twenty-sixth Street.
TRENTON, N. J.--\l. M. Voorhees A Brc
Mr. Perry and IL M. Voorhees, ready
wear: 432 Fourth Avenu?.
, TROY W. 11. Frear A Co., G. F. Mc
tosh, hosiery; Continental.
TULSA, okia. -Scott, Halllburton, Abb
Co.; C. F. Hawkins, hosiery, gloves,
tlons, Jewelry, silverware; 1140 Bro
??ni ; Bre?Ua?
UTTCA?Utica Duxbak Corporation; A.
Jones, rnfrs. sportsmen's clothing; 1
I VERSAILLES, Ohio?A. R. Murphy, clo
ing and furnishing?; Colllngwood.
' VINCENNES, Ind.?The Lyons Shop;
D. Siegel, knit goods, hosiery. glo>
corsets, children's wear; 1170 Broadw
VICK8BURG, Mis?.?Valley Dry Go
Co.; L. O. Switzer, ready to wear;
WACO, Tex??anger Bro?.; Mr. Fiabg
representing; 19 East Twenty-fou
WADESBORO. N. C?Bennett Liles C
C. J. Gathings. carpets, rug?, furnltu
WASHINGTON?Kafka's; Mrs. J. Kaf
children's. Infants' garments, mll'.ln?
1178 Broadway, 4th floor.
WASHINGTON?S Kann Son? A Co.;
D. Furlong, silks, velvets: 432 Fou
' WASHINGTON?C. King A Son?; H. KJ
? ready to w&ajr and dry good?; Cum.I
For the manufacturers who ap?
preciate the requirements of up to
"the minute" style, combined with
"honest-to-goodness" value, your
attention is invited to our collec?
^farnjette, Jersey Silk Cloths
in a wide and exclusive range of new weaves.
Original ? exclusive ? smart ? serviceable.
Now booking orders for spring and summer
Phone us, write us for appointment or visit our
Piece Goods Department
16-18-20 Weit 32nd Street,
"Conette" Silk Products. ? "Conette" Silk Products.
While the Dollar buys 20% more.
At your disposal?-Intimate knowledge of British Market?: Unbiased 2!
advice; Expert buying service. We buy in the be?t markets?r 3
Making shipments on a commission basis
WOOLLENS, MANCHESTER GOODS,
FOOTWEAR, LINENS AND OTHER
Write or wire
Carlick Hill, S
? A. & W. NESBITT, Ltd., L?^,,c.. ?
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~ Bankers: The Guaranty Tniht Company, of ?w York; .~
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Zl I.omlon fit; mid Midland Bunk; Mi?**!-?. Brown, Shipley & Co. ??j
DERBY STYLISH STOUTS
?designed scientifically to slenderize the
full figure?are featured by progressive
stores everywhere. See them in our show?
rooms. Ready for immediate delivery.
Immediate Deliveries. 40 W. 32nd St., N. Y.
: WASHINGTON. P.?"v?J. Goldberg, cloth?
ing- and furnlshii?gs; Continental.
; WATERBl'RV. Conn. ? Slgal Bros.. C.
Sljtal, millinery; Walllck.
WATBRV1LLB, Me.?Smery-Brown Co.;
Mr?. K Bowdln, women's ready to wear;
Mrs. K M Pav?a, representative; Mr?
M. Williams, corsets and brassieres; H.
S. Brown, lure; 1261 Broa.Uva".
WASHINGTON'?Woodward * Lothrop;
.f. C. Nourse Jewelry, notions, art and
leather goods; Miss J. Alter, corsets; Mips
I. Steagall, waists. Turg, bathing suits;
! Miss A. Thorton, Infants' wear; O. Louis.
. toys, traveling goods, candy; 334 Fourth
WEATHERFORD, Tex.?Baker, Boston
& Co.; H. Allen, ready to wear; .'L>5 Broad?
way, room 1101
WICHITA, l?an -A Stotthelmer, women's
WILK.ES-BARRB, Pa. ? Wllkes-Barre
: Dry Goods Co.; H. E. Kramer, la.-eg. art,
needlework, men's furnishings; 23 Kant
WILKES-BARRE. Pa.?N. Springer &
i Son; Bdward Springer, ready to war
ami millinery; Alcazar.
': WILMINGTON. N. C?S Llplnsky Co.;
Mr. Price, ready to wear; 4:--' Fourth
i WILMINGTON, Ohio?H. 1. Patterson S
Co.; H. B. Patterson, . ....it and suits;
WILMINGTON, Del.- H. Topkis Sons;
?Mr. Achsan, ready to wear; 1270 Broad
! wav ; Stanley C. Macrae.
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa.- Ileyman Bros.. U
Heyman, dr:>' goods and notions; Herald'
S q u are
WINONA, Minn.?Bailey & Itailey; C. E.
: Bailey, dress goods, white goods, silks.
; velvets; J. Chuchel, domestics, flannels,
blankets; Murray Hill.
WINSTON-SALEM, n. C.?Ideal .'???
i Good? Co.; H. M. Hitchcock, dry goods,
notions, hosiery, gloves and ready to wear.
.WORCESTER, Mass.?John C. Maelnnes
Co.; J. Rbbortson, read} to wear; 432
Fourth Avenue, Dry Goods Unloi
YONKERS, N. Y?Marshall ?? Matheson:
Mr, llunrop, ready to w. ir; I .. Fourth
YORK, Fa.?Jame? McLean *. Sons: Miss
Kaufman, ready to wear, 432 Fourth
; YORK. Fa.?Haas Co. ; L. Haas, house
YORK, Fa.?J. Mat-Lean & Sons; Miss B.
Kaufman, coats and suits Miss Char.
lotte Miller, children's ' wear; Miss !>.
i Tanger, representative; 432 Fourth Ave
I ?TOUNUUTOWN, Ohio?Strouss-Hlrshberg
Co.; R. J. Beacpm, read;, to wear, knit
underwear, muslin underwear; 1160
YOUNG8TOW N, Ohio- H K... bach-r.
clothing and furnishings, Pennsylvania.
ST. CLOUD. Minn.?Wilson & Co.; J. I).
Wilson, women's, children's M.ar, Mc
Alpln; Is expected ?February 4.
WASHINGTON?Woodward Ar Lothrop;
. J. O. Moriue, rugs, carpets. Miss M Dell,
. mlillnerv; 334 Fourth Avenue, la expected
. February 4.
Sew York Tribune
WASHINGTON, Feb. 2. The War DeparU
ment to-day made public the following array
; Bauer, Lt_ Col. E. O., judge advocate gen?
eral's department, to the judge advocate
i McGovern. Lt. Col. F. E., judge advocate
I general's department, to Chicago.
i White. Maj. J. K.. judge advocate, to Ant?
werp, about February S.
Barnes, Maj. T. jr , General Staff, to Balti?
more, Camp Holabird, Md. ; Fort McHenry,
Md. ; Edgewood Arsenal, Md. ; Aberdeen
i proving ground, Md., and Camp Meade. Md.
Hoyle, Capt. A. T,, railway transportation
I corps, to Hospital No. 19, Oteen, N. C.
Larson, Capt. L? Sanitary corps, to Langlev
Field, Hampton, Va.
i Rachel, 2d Lt. A. L., motor transport corps,
j Forrest, Capt. C. R., to San Antonio. Tex.
; White. 1st Lt G. R., to Rockwell Field, San
Quarten? aster Corps
Leuthold. Capt. CA., to Seattle.
Parker, Capt. W. 8., to quartermaster gen?
Gravatt, 2d Lt. A- A., to Hospital No. 6,
Fort McPberson. Ga.
King, Co!. E. P. jr.. to Aberdeen, Md.
! Sloan, Col. T. D., to Camp Taylor. Ky., and
i Fort Sill. Okla.
i Rails, Capt. O. B. jr., to Governor's Island.
; Musselman, Capt. W. D., to Camp Funston,
McGovern, 1st Lt E. A., to chief <d field
1 UBtfthtM, Wit rrfri+irrv.
Dessez, 1st LL L.. to Camp Grant Dl.
, Shafer, 2d Lt. S. I., to Chicago.
I Wicks, 2d Lt. G. C, to Adjutant General.
Nelson. 2d Lt. C. B.. to Fort Worth, Tasii
Kngineer? * '?* !
Barry. Major E. J . to chief of construetlon?
Fairbanks. Capt. A. S., to New Orleans.
Dri^ws 1st Lt. A. A., to Fort Sam Houston.
Coast Artillery .t.
N'urrent. Lt Col. G. A., to Columbia uni.
t versity, New York City : Massachnsetw In?
?titule of Technology. Cambridge, Mas?. I
New Hampshire College of A. and M .
Durham, N. IL; University of Pittsburgh,
Thomp on Major E II . to Camp Dewl?.
Murphy, (apt. E. E., to Port H. G. WtjgiiU
New York. '?4
Burton, (apt. A. W.. to Fort Monroe, ?Vir?
Bowman ist Lt. O. f) , to Camp Eusti?.
Virginia. ,.??. .
Shults, 2d Lt. F. A., appointment anni unced.
il* will ;j! oc ? ??! .. Manila.
Humphreys. Major H. G., retired.
McGuire, Capt. P. !.. to tort Caswell, North!
Durham, Cap! W. W. to Camp Taylor.'
Frazer, 1st I-t B. F. fo Jackson. Miss.
Shipley, 1st Lt. V. T., to Huntington. W Va.
Rudbeck, i*l Lt. J., to Providence, K I
T?ton, l*t Lt. J. A . appointment reeallH.
Reynolds Lt. Col. S. t to Hawaii, abou
Kobbe, Lt. Coi. F. W., to Camp Grant. lilt
Epperson. Major S. R . to Jark?onville?*nd
i Hobbs, Major L. 8., to We*t Point. ?
'?? Cheek, Capt. A. L.. to Camp Travi?, Texas
Lamoreux, Capt. T. I.., to Fort Bounty*.
Kennedy, let Lt. F. K. jr.. to Camp Ma***.
Brooks, 2d Lt. E.. to Camp J.-.ud, Ga.
Cavalry ? &
Following to New Orleans for transport t$f
Panama: ',; , "
Lindsley. Lt. Col. E. Cock re! i. Capt.. J. K. .,
Kasten. Maj. W. H. Knudsen. 2d LL C- -
Modisette, ("apt. W. M. Rhoads, 2d Lt. M. 4 i'
Buckley, Capt. C. C, to Monterey, Calif. * g
Sum h. Capt. C. C. detached. ,*,
Caperton, Capt. J. N., detached. . v y
Torrence. Capt. J. E-. to Governor's I?.?bsL |
Boon, Capt. S. jr., to Fort Clark, Tex *
Hayes, Capt. W. H. field artillery. ,;.
Jutte. 1st Lt. W. K.. infantry
Barnett. 1st Lt. R. M . field artille.-?.
Dinkins, 1st Lt S. V . infantry.
Dupon. 1st Lt C. P.. infantry
Williami, 2d LL H. B., infantry
Perlee, Lt. Col. H. B.. engineer*.
Rosamond, Capt. W. S,, motor transno,ii
corps. ? ?-**
Taneyhill, Capt. J. O., rpiartermaster corpa.
Jegen, 1st Lt W. J., infar'-y <*??!
Williams. 1st Lt. A. M-, infantry. * I
.Seid, 1st Lt H., ?luarterrnahter corpi. , ^
Pearson, Ist Lt W. E., infantry.
Hogner, 1st Lt. P. R. 1-.. ordnance.
, Sparkman, lut Lt. H. B.. ordnance. '
Christenen. 1st Lt. H. W.. field artillery.
Austin, 1st LL B. F., m?dit?t! corps. *
Nelson, 2d LL C. B.. field artillery. ? ?
Easter, .d Lt. C. M. R.. air service.
Shafer, 2d Lt. S. I., field artillery.
Pillow, 2d Lt. N A., field artillery.
1 Arams, 2d Lt. W. S., infantry.
Murphy, 2d Lt. J. J.. infantry. i
Fulton. 2d Lt. C. B., air service. ?
Saylor. 2d Lt. H. H.. engineer?. j
-?- ,^ J
To Continue Consolidated "^ **
Railroad Ticket Office?
The consolidated ticket offices started
by William G. McAdoo as Director
i General of Railroads will be continued
! for at least a year after the return of
the roads to private ownership Sad
they may be made a permanent irfln
tution, according to leading railroad
? i - ??>.
Boston Wool Sale? Feb. 10-13
Slightly more than 24,000,000 pouaia
of surplus wool owned by the Unrtfcd*
States government will be plu'ictmffif
sale in the next series of government^
auctions in Boston, February 10 toJSi
The offering comprises Aiiotralaifii,
South American, African and domestic'
wools. Almost 7,000,000 pounds #f
greasy Australian and New Zealand
orofs-bred wo0U ?re ?mo?f th? llst^