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After Short Rally As Tone Weakens General Market D?clines Un? settle Grain Trade; Fur? ther Recession Is Made; Rumor of German Sale Th* wheat market w?s feTerish yes LT but although prices at one Saa "showed fains of \i to 2 cents is. the previous close the undertone ??Tweak dann? the greater part of ***,,,- and final quotations ?howed net ??cis'of 3*4 to 3% cents. tne action of the stock market ap red to be the dominating feature, iTj, ^us evident that the grain trade ?Jsi?e was inclined to follow stocks, " 'the theory that the action of that va* a reflection of the finan ?u quoted at 63%c; No. 2 white, 63 V, I white. 62c, No. 4 white, 61c; fan clipped white, ?7c; ordinary cl'.pp cs the ISStituation at large. The December position continued to v Id It? premium over March and there a e?od dea' c* nervousness over ^roUbie developments in the near SThe earl? strength In sterling ex ? ?lav ?ai?ed t0 re?ult in e?po?\.busu ' ???with Great Britain, and, although '?~ were rurr.ori that about three ?^rtert of a million bushels had been ?id to Germany, this lacked confirma? it?* local market No. 2 red and g. 2 hard were quoted at ?2.06?-2, I i f. track, New York. Corn Again Declines To Lotes for Season *hi corn market showed a weak M??rtone dur'.ng the greater part of Z day and prices made new low rec X closintr with a moderate raily, ?with net losses of l*c to 2ttc. Snunietioi houses -.?-ere heavy sellers ,b every upturn and cash prices were at jn the West. ' Tn the l-.csl cash market No. 2 yei? to;'?as q'-'cted at $1 0314c; and No. 2 cixed, $l?l\?c c. 1. f. New \ork. ten im' ?hipntent. w Yesterday'? Previous Tear it.w'Vsrl? close. close. ago. j;^" yellow.$1.03 44 $1.04% $1.71 hi **""'?.??T* ?? *???% ^mber'.;.?** -76% l-??* Ost??The oats market was rather quiet, v was dominated by the action of wheat ,-i corn and at the close showed net ?-at? of % to ^?c- Receipt? were moder ,'1. at primary points, but cash markets ??re easier. la tb? local cash market No. 1 white * white. 63c: ancy pped ir??t?._?3 to 63 Ht, all elevator. Testerday's Previous Tear St* Tork. 4.lose. close. ago. fe I white.?0.63 $0.62 $0.6SH ihlcaf O '? p(crr.ber.46?i 47% Miy.M* -52 .76% Bit?Market weak. Yesterday's Previous Yea? NewYerk; close. close. aro. So. 2 Western .11.77 $1 81% $1.54 Flour and Meal?Quotations were: gprtse pa!?r.t . 15.250- $9-25?10.00 $13.75 I Cirnmeal: ? 60? 2.75 2 50? 2.75 3.70? 3.85 I Rje flour: 8.759 910 8.75? 8.10 7.00? 7. Bran: 4401 44.00 44.50(945.00 Batter, Cheese, Egg? Butter?Recipts were 4,289 packages. Creamery, hlpher than extrae. Ib., 65%? ik; ?xtra?, 92 score, 65c; firsts. SO to 91 ??re, 55943e: first?. 8S to S9 score. 49? ?3?; leconda. 83 to 87 score, 41@47c; lower frsde?, 384140c: ?"finish casks, E0@57e; un ?alted, higher than ?atr?s, 67V?@6Sc; ex iru. C6967c; firsts. 60@C4c; seconds, 42? tic; ?t?te dairy, good to prime, E0@rj8e; tomffion to ?a:r, ?? it 48c; renovatrd. extras. 4?&47c. ladles, current make, tirets, 35H? ?(He seconds. 33@i33Hc; lower grades, 21 jacking stock, current make, No. 1, 'lii'yy-:. No, 2, I'.c; lowur grades, 28? Cheese?Receipts were 6,778 boxes. State, whole milk, held flats, specials, ib.. 2S<$ ?8?o; average run, 24 H 'if 26c; fresh spe c:?!s. 24ty@25c; average run, 22?24c; low? er grada?, 20?22V*c; twins, held specials. li?$28c; average run, 24?25c; Wisconsin iila flats, 26Vi?28c; held twins, 2f, :,3?r K?e: tingle Daisies, held, 26^@2714c; doubl? Daisies, held, 26 4? 27 4 c Young Arwrtcas. held, 29!,3?3?c; skims, held spe t.i'.s, 18920c; prime to choice, ISl?K'jn: lair to good, 1 : 'if t4 i.i c ; lower gTades. 10c. Ccti?Receipts were 8.775 caaes. Fresh gathered, extras, dozen. 86@88o; extra ??it!, S3@S5c; firsts. 77?81c; seconds, i"9<5c; dirties. No. 1, 62@53c; check?, fair to choice. dry. 46<g60c. K??rlgerator, ?pedal marks, fancy. 59c; Snt?. C8t?@68c: seconds, E2@6dc. State, P?nn?y:var.la and nearby Western, heri stry whites, extras. $1.0C? 1 OS ; extra firsts, il.M?JJ1.06; firsts 82c^-1.02: gathered ?alt??, firsts to exrra firsts, 92t-?$1.05; un? is: ?rades, 7??90c; pullets, 75?85c.. Fa? cile Const uhl-.es. extras. $1.06@$1.0S; ex tra firsts. $1.03?$1.06.; l'.rsta, 92c?$1.02: under gradts. 8 5(#??0c; medium size, 8 5? Mo; ?mall. |6?80c. Other Western and Southern, gathered whites, 65?95c. State, finnsylvanla and nearby Western, hen "ry browns, extra. 90?93c; gathered browa and mixed colors, graded extras, ?'?lie: ?rsta to extra firsts. 77?86c. Livestock. M esta, Provisions ,, Yesterday. Year ago. -1" beat, fair to ? Jrtme, 100 lbs. ?10.50? 14.00 $12.66?17.00 Sre?jed beef. .Mm. lb.14? .25 16"??26tt ?M v?ala com? mon to prime. J" !b?. ::.6C?19.00 16.06?21.00 Dr-?ee d veal. ,c::>' lb.:c? .30 .23? .82 Wl ewes, 100 Jb' . 3.60? 6.59 6.00? S.50 fr?*?d mutton, ,'"y lb.10? .16 .10? .16 -?'?? iamb?, fair 'o prtme, 10!) J1"- ?. 11.00913.00 13.6O@14.?0 Er?iiea lamb?, a?vJ- la-. ? .20? .S3 .19? .24 BiJ?. 100 lbs. 13.0???14.00 14.7G@1B.00 ^t*saea h o g h, ??eon, lb.' ,31H?32\4 .22t??.22S? .j?M pork, bbl.. 21 50(??32.5O 46.60? - U-d v bbV' 19-00?2C.00 22.00?28.00 W?t. 100 lbs. 19.c,*? 19.60 25.40025.60 ! ?-?-?-.?? New York Metal Market On the New York Metal Exchange ; S?*?' steady, with class A quoted at ' os?,40c asked; class B, 87c asked, and ?raits shipments, 87.60(? 40c. with saies ?'th? latter of 50 tons October-Novem- i wat 37.50 q 37. ',T,c. Copper dull; spot,! , ember and December. M.50c asked. -?d weak; New York spot, 6.30c asked i m East St Louis ?=pot, 0.30c asked. ! ' &T.? Auli; Xew York sPot. 6-70c. and ? U5t St Louis spot, 0.30c. .n^nd?I> nietal prices follow: Lead, im, ?2 15s, and futures, ?32 5s. I h^?P01- ?35 2s ?d. and futures ?36 : ;;? N. Tin, standard, snot, ?246 5s. : !u iutares, ?249 178 Cd, with sales of >v>bs spot and 400 tons futures. Cop- ! ??I' 8t*ndard, spot, ?83 2s 6d, and 'ures, ?83 2a f.d. with sales of 100 ; hSJP- and 40? ton? futures; elec-; ??ere 8p0t' ?94, *nd futures. ?96. !hev.wt^" 9ol<i ut Public auction on' M"b? ? vrk MetA? ?change, "for ac- ' ?Mt"c?r-W om il m*>" concern." 25 tons : fi orans tin, ex dock, ex S. S. City ' Oran, ?tj^?c per pound. Joble Oil ?St Gas Earnings Neb!?Sn-,eai'nin2s of the Charles P. quart., ' /'i*1 Grs Company for the! ?o ill !nde<1 September 30. according !2lVi2,ment ???vied yesterday, were! ?67, 88:&inRt n,o52,911 in the ?nd quarter. Net for the quarter, ?qu?v.,W,,S $838'ln' W8!? s?>" to be ?nftuai'|Cnt t0 .more than 8S Per cent elW on tJle common stock aftor ?'?'rred'8 ior dividends on the pre-1 ** ? - Jssues State Bank Call ???f*N*. Nov. 18.? A call for a EaaV ?f th* condition of state bin??' t!Xst companies and individual ??r"t institutions at the close of :, '7" Monday, November IB, was 6f .r oj Superintendent McLaughlin ^ne btate Banking Department to Ear-i ? ?tie???1n ?' th? Lucey Manufacturing t?r (,? *,'-''a' "'?"?facturer and dlittrlbu fc?Ctli ?V T'U drilling equipment, for the H<S fBP ,.u*P<?mber. for the third quar-er **>' 'l?e ? nine month? ended September ??t?"?".?. tv" 3u8t b**n compile?. The ** *v*r , *"Owg an aenoum earned equal J^? it ?nV.t,n'*? *h? Interest charge? on "" . J*'060 * t>1r cent sinking fund1 A- .i1 ,h-? f*te o' i:3.l? annually r?e the ciaaa A stock. Investment Information Quettiont 0f peternl interett te <?. Vf Kor? wn/? b? antxcered in thi* ?*>* ttmn, m wktch ra*t ofly initial? ?Ciil be need. Otk?ra wilt be o ne,er red t>y moil. Add-ett all inqu?riee, incite' tnp ? ?romped, addretxed envelope, t# itnenetal ?n'itor, TA? Tribune, ISA bassau Street, New York City. Cheaper Rai'voad Bonds Attract Him mo arVoJ? * Alton' "'?turln? '.V'. ?re quoted ?t a very low nrlce which makes them yield very hiich The" 52?\h! No 'f \ery ??w wh''h ?"?*' m?an true , v tthtfM ??nrt"- 'rhB ?*m? 1? ??..-* ai N,T^ff>lk Southern 5?. 1X61; Bet Erie 4^1 ?*% 4S ""/ Whe.lln? * Lake is?5 ? ^i,^?'v.and, Ann Arb01- Ar? <*. ?i?*:.?ho#uld be *Ud to h?>* you Kive ?a?ir?^* lnfo/matlon ts ?bailable on these railroads, and also advlae what r-ferenc? b?f^ ?V*"*W' ??I where'they ?na* raflrnn^i ^ 0" ,h? ?'"?^1 Subject Of ??Load.Ib"P<?." *fl<l ?tocks and manare ment. Moody'? Manual of Railroads would gne some of this information, but. no aouct. the Information ie frequently chans * \ aV !I would *>e expensive for a single investor to endeavor to maintain a library.?R. L. M. Answer?These roads are known as the roads of poorer credit. Seaboard Air Line and Wheeling & Lake Erie have recently been through receiver? ship. Chicago & Alton at one time was a prosperous road, but it has operated rather poorly for several years. Nor? folk Southern and Ann Arbor are small systems showing small earning power. The only first lien bond is the Ann Arbor 4 per cent, which is, in our opin? ion, rather well secured. The Sea? board Air Line 4 per cents, 1950, are also rather well secured, being fol? lowed by several other liens. The Al? ton 3H per cent and the Norfolk South? ern bonds are not so well secured, but may offer speculative investment pos? sibilities dependent largely upon the operations of the roads. The same may bf said of the Wheeling &. Lake Erie issue. We mean by this that these issues are such that they are rather sensitive to earnings. You might read Moody's The Earning Power of Rail? roads, The Commercial and Financial Chronicle should also help you. Chile Copper Not Earning Interest Question?What is your opinion of the safeness of the Chile Copper Company col? lateral trust fis 1932? Would you con? sider this a good Investment??A. K. Answer?Chile Copper 6 per cent bonds are junior to the 7 per cent bonds, being a second lien on the $1,000,000 capital stock of the Chile Exploration Company. We do not re gard them as a sound investment. Earnings have been poor. Interest charges were not earned for 1919, nor are they being earned now. Bank Stocks Interest Investor Question?Will you kindly answer the following- questions about Corn Exchange and Greenwich bank stocks, also stock of the Guaranty Trust Company and Title Guarantee and Trust. Company? Are these good Investments at the present time? When old they declare their last divi? dends and how much? When can these stocks be purchased? I have about 11.000 to invest.?A. Y. Answer?All the institutions you mention stand well. All show large surpluses and all pay good dividends. We cannot say whether the stocks are good purchases at present prices. ? Practically all bank and trust company | stocks have a double liability, that is, j in the event of failure the btockhold- | ers are liable to be assessed the amount of the capital. Corn Exchange | pays 20 per cent, payable quarterly j February; Greenwich 12 per cent, : quarterly January; Guaranty Trust j pays 20 per cent, quarterly January; Title Guarantee and Trust 20 per cent, quarterly January. Such stocks can be purchased at any time through bro? kers making a specialty of bank and ' trust company issues. Wants 8 Per Cent and Safety Question?Do you or do you not think j Republic Iron and Steel preferred a safe ! and conservative investment, and why? | Union Pacific common likely to j continue present dividend of 10 per cent i and would you recommend it as a con- j servative Investment? If not. please rec ommend. Want to get a safe 8 per c?nt.?- ? S. !.. A. Answer?The Republic Iron and Steel i Company, which was in arrears as to ! preferred dividends prior to the war, j ran into a prosperous period and was i able to pay up the arrears and place the ' common stock on a dividend basis. How- j ever, the preferred issue is not entitled tc the same rating as such issues ! a? United States Steel preferred j nor American Car and Foundry j preferred, because it is not so sea- j scned. We regard it as safe at pr?s- : ent, however. Union Pacific common : stock is somewhat speculative. What I the dividend rate will be depends upon j the operation of the road, together with the amount of money received from I investments, for Union Pacific's dividend j of 10 per cent is not ail derived from the operating department. The road | has a good record. Perhaps American ] Telephone and Telegraph, paying S per i cent, would answer your purpose. Natural for Packers' Stock? to Decline ? Question?Will you kindly Inform me ' regarding; the Swift International Com? pany and the l.ibby. McNeill & I.lbby j Company? The stocks of both companies j have been on the downward grade for i some months. Is this the result of. a general drop in the market for all se- I curltles or Is there eomn aound reason for their bl? depreciation? Are these companies both paying /Ivldends and If ? so at what rate and the time of payment i of same? Would you consider It a good i speculative investment for a business man i who Is willing to take a reasonable chance'.' Do you know of another stock i which you would recommend In preference to the stock named??M. 1". II. Answer?Practically all stocka have declined. Most corporatipna made : large profits during the war. It is ! not to be expected that these profits, will continue. The market has been discounting price deflation. We know of* nothing in the affairs of Libby, McNeil & Libby and Swift Interna? tional which should cause a drop in the price of the stock other than the , reasons given above. Libby, McNeill & Libby.' par $10, has been paying dividends at the rate of 10 per cent, j payable semi-annually January and.luK 15. (in August 14 last a stock dividend of 50 per cent was paid. Swift Inter? national, par $15, paid an initial divi- - dond of 8 per cent February 20, 1919. : The same dividend was declared June ,uid December 20, 1919, and February 20 and August 20, 1920. We do not recommend such stocks for investment. Thev are too sensitive to earnings. Nor do we recommend common shares, '? as a rule, for this reason. They may have speculative possibilities, but that ! is a matter upon which we do not attempt an opinion. Italy's Problem I? Serious O-.stion?Please give me any informa- , tlon you may have, as well as your opinion of the Italian government OOttaoUdSUd 6 per cent bonds.?C. ('. O, Answer?We cannot attempt to rate the Italian government bonds. So much depends upon Italy's ability to main? tain herself during this period of re- ; construction that the bonds must, in our opinion, be considered more or ! lees speculative. Lira exchange has sunk to the lowest price in its history, showing that this country is buying - SacVicaV.v nothing from Italy. No L the" situation in Italy is serious ! What the outcome will be w% cannot attempt to Bay. Four full columns of in? vestment questions and an? swers are published in The Tribune every Sunday, Bu s i n e s s ii ews Retail Trade Shows Small Response to Christmas Needs Yuletide Buying Ig Slacker Than in Several Years for This Time; Only a Few Openly Pessimistic With Christmas less than sir weeks away, retail business is showing less of a response to ths Yuletide impulse than in normal years. Retailers ara frank in confessing that business is not up to expectations and that con? tinued price reductions have failed to arouse much buying enthusiasm in their patrons. Only a few, however, are openly pessimistic. Host of them feel that a rush of business will de? velop within the next few weeks and carry the present year to a successful conclusion. Among the factors that are Influenc? ing the shoppers to "go light" this year are the increasing unemployment, business losses that will necessitate economizing in particular families, lower prices for farm products and a certain amount of resistance to high prices, along with a belief that lower prices will materialize soon. In sharp Vontraat to last year and the war years, retailers are not adver? tising for additional Christmas hel?. One explanation lies in the fact that clerical "abor appears to be more plen? tiful and can be obtained without the large advertisements that were neces? sary to draw it into the stores during the labor shortage. Some of the local stores are reported to be cutting down their staffs instead of .creasing them. This applies particularly to the strict? ly apparel shops, as apparel is now running into the normally dull season and does not figure as a large part o? the Christmas business. An additional damper on Christmas shopping lies in the coming due of De? cember rent and other bills within a ? week or two of the last installment ->n i the income tax on Detember 15. Statis- j ticians have figured that the average | consumer will have about one week's salary left with which to do his or her j Christmas shopping. Commercial Credit More banking authorities are giving the impression that money rates will | be lower in the near future. It is re- I ported upon good authority that a large block of prime name commercial paper was sold in this market recently at 1\ per cent, although the prevailing rate ? for such paper was 8 per cent.. The bankers' accepti_nce market was i active yesterday, with both local and i Boston banks taking good quantities. ! The lowering of all money rates is j believed to have stimulated the de- | mand for commercial paper and accept- i anees. Acceptance rates quoted yesterday > by the American Acceptance Council were: Member ^Ion-member banks. banks. Buy. Sell. Buy. Sell. Thirty days. 6H 6 6% 6H i Sixty days. 6^4 6tt 6H 6**! Ninety days _ 6% 6^4 6% 6V4 i Central Leather Buys 250,000 Packer Hides Hide dealers yesterday were much en- j couraged by confirmation ef the report j that the Central Leather Company had ! purchased 250,000 packer hides in West? ern markets last week. An official of the Central Leather Company yesterday left a conference long enough to assert that the figures were correct and that he understood other tanning concerns had purchased hides sufficient to bring the total close to the 600,000 mark. For many months tanners have been out of the hide markets, with the re? sult that prices are now back to pre? war levels and in some cases below 1914 figures. For the last month quotations have been nominal. It is believed that the big leather interests now feel that further depression in hide prices is im- j possible. It is understood that the Central Leather purchase involved about ?700,000 and was based on prices approximately as follows: 16 cents a pountr for heavy Texas steers, 14 cents for Colorado branded steers and 13 cents for branded covis. At the peak early in the summer su?h hides sold for 48 to 50 cents a pound. ? m Jewelry Trade Failures Far Below 1915 Figures; Although failures in the jewelry trade during the first ten months of this year numbered more than the | total for last year, -a considerable de? crease in failures has been shown ; since 1915, when the peak was reached. ? Failure for the first ten months of | this year amounted to ?114, while the total for last year was 94. and for : 1918, 23G. The failures in 1915 num bered SOS, the highest figure since 1910. Buyers Arrived Falrchlld Service AKRON', Ohio?L. O. Federman Co.; S. F. Haftel, Jobs cj?ta ami p'.u'sh coats; Ai- I fred Fantl. 116 West Thirty-second Street. , ANDERSON, S. C,?N. B. bulllvan, house : furnishings ; Pennsylvania. BALTIMORE?American Wholesale Corp.;' B. Levitman. ladles' ready to wear for i spring; :<f"l Fourth Avenue. BALTIMORE?H. Schwartaman.i women's ' r'-ady to wear, millinery, Herald Square BALTIMORE?Cjoldei.berat Bros.; D. Ro? senberg, silks, satins, etc ; Grand, BERNARDSVILLE, X. J.?J. B, Kronen- ; berg, Stationery; Herald bquai-e. BERWICK, Pa.?Berwick Store Co.; C. W. Haeenbuch, notions: Grand. BOSTON?illlchrlst Co.; basement. Mis? I Markup, girls' and Juniors' wear: up- , stairs, Mrs. Hirsch, waists; H. Nelland, ; upholstery, lace curtains; B. J. Smith, leather goods-, 200 Fifth Avenue. BOSTON? -William Goldberg, clothtn?; . Breslin. B< is'l i 'X? Roxbury Dry Goods Co.; Mark1 Cohen, dry good?. BOSTON?Banner Mfg. Co.: M. Dlclrrr.an, ' children's wear; Breslin. BOSTON?H. Cohen Co.; M. Cohen, silks.: satins, etc.; Grand. BRIDGEPORT, Conn.?Kowi&ntJ Dry Goods ' Co.; 11. D. Johnsen, boy?' clothing, toys, j talking rriii'.'hln^s and cameras: 404 j Fourth Avenue. BUFFALO?William Hengerer Co.; Mr?. A. Keeney, art goods; Miss McFarJand. siouts; 2 West Thirty-seventh Street. BUFFALO?G. Slotkin, women's ready to ] wear; Pennsylvania. BUFFALO?L. Joseph, men's clothing, ? Grand. BURLINGTON, N. C?L. S. Holt &. Son?; L, Holt, cotton piece good?; Pennsyl- I vanla. CHARLESTON. W. Va.?Joseph Schwab '? Co.; Miss E. Cant'.ey. ladies' rsady to1 wear; 44 East Twenty-third StTest. CHICAGO?Boston Store; Mr?. B. Tuen. ! girls' u.id misses' coats and dresses; 44 East Twenty-third ?Street. CHICAGO?Marshall Field & Co.; Miss J. ' Dwlaney, women's dresses; Mr?. H. liabe, juniors' waists ami white dresses: W. T, : .'lat'-.las. men's t,htrt?. 11?7 Broadway. CHICAGO?-John V. Farwell Co.; jT V. Farwell, short? ana remnants; A. F. Tuttle, domestics; 72 Leonard Street. CHICAGO?Spauldlng Waist Co.; Henry , Nathan, jobs waists. Frank Frohmar., : i~6 Fifth Avenue, room tOS. CHICAGO?Se?,n Roebuck Co.; H. F. j Walker, men'? and boys' clothing, repre- i senting; lli Fifth Avenue. CHICAGO?Mandel Bros. ; D. Harrison, j draperie?; IS West Twenty-second Street. ' CHICAGO?White Goods Manufacturing! Company; H. M. Bloom, cotton piece I goods: Grand. CHICAGO?H. Wolf, men'* furnishings, Pennsylvania. CHICAGO ?Klisberg * Co.; H. Eltsberg. spring suits and coat?; 43 West Twenty- ! seventh Street. CHICAGO?Isemari Bro?. & Sshm; J. It?- j ;.?'??-.?... sprlug coats, suits, dresses; 42 , West Twenty-seventh Street. CHICAGO?J. Christopher & Co.*; 1?. B. Hoffman, spring ?ut'.! skirts, dresses, ] waists; 43 West Twenty-seventh Street, j Sees Bright Side in TextUe Liquidation Liquidation in textiles and ap? parel is proceeding at a rapid pace, in the opinion of David Levift. of Levitt & Frank, large manufacturers of women's cloth? ing, but the acceleration and drastic nature point to an early recovery. "There are two sides to th? liquidation now in progress," he said. "The bright side is the fact that the more rapid and more drastic it is the quicker we will pass through it. On the other hand, ii means a greater number of financial failures, more unem? ployment and harder times in general than if it were gradual. In my opinion the turn has not yet arrived, but from the prog? ress of events at present I think it will come before next summer. Of course, much depends upon economic events in Europe. They have more effect upon this coun? try than many people realize." CI.EVELAKD-S. Lichtenstein Co.; 8. Stoltx, Bprlng coats, suits, dresses; 43 West Twenty-seventh Street. CLE\ KI.AKD-?Urnen Co.; Mis* E. Cohen, Jobs serge, trlcotlm and satin dresses; Mr. Weinstock, jobs plain and fur trimmed coats, Jobs trleotlne, serge and tricotlne dress?e; P. Hirsch, Jobs plain und fur trimmed Coats; 1261 Broadway. CI.KVKI.ANT)?Root McBrlde Co.; M F. Tbeis, silk? and dress goods; 72 Leonard Street. CI.EVELAND-S, H. Lederer, notions. toilet article?; Pennsylvania. CLEVELAND?The Hirsch Company; Miss E. Cohen, dresses; 1261 Broadway, DECATUR, 111. ?Bright Bros.; L. N. Wolf steln. women'? r*-ady to wear; B'eslln. DENVER?Neusteter & Co.; M- Neusteter, waists, Fklrts and underwear; IG AVest Thirty-sixth Street. DETROIT?J. L.. Hudgon Co.; Miss Gra? ham, underwear: 225 Fifth Avenue. DETROIT? Durnham-Stoepel Co.. A. Mc Connell, cotton and woolen piece goods; 43 Leonard Street. DULUTH?P. Labovltx, clothing, ?hoes; Aberdeen. ELLBNVILLE, N. Y.?Cor Bros.; F. Cox, men's furnishings: Longacre. ?REENSBERG? Pa,?G. Gross, piece goods: Pennsylvania. HEBK1MER, N. T.?H. G. Munger Com? pany; 1!. Ci. Munger. cotton and woolen piece goods; Pennsylvania. INDIANAPOLIS?Hlbben, Hollweg Co.; H. B. Cumins, hosiery; 320 Broadway. JOHNSTOWN, Pa.?S. Alexander, clothing, shoes, etc.; Herald Square. LOS ANQSLES?- A. Hamburger & Sons; Frank Hare, negligees, petticoat?. wal?ts house dresses an'! children's dresses and sweaters; 225 Fifth Avenue. MEMPHIS, Tonn.?J. Summerfte?d * Co.; J. Sumtnerfleld Jr.. ladies' ready to wear; 4? West Thirty-fifth Street. MEMPHIS. Tenn.?J. Goodman, Jewelry; Herald Square. MILWAUKEE, Wis.?E. Schuster A Co.: L. Sussman. hosiery, underwear; 105 Grand Street. MOUNT CARMEL, Pa.?D. A. Unger, women? wear; Herald Square. NASHVILLE, Tenn.?Calu-SIoan Co.; W. C. Tlnsley, woman's ready to wear; lit! AVest Tlnr;y-seoond Street. NEW HAVEN, Conn.? J. H. Btarln, wool? ens, cottons: Park Avenue. NEW H.WE.N', Conn.?L. Eck, woolens; Park Avenue. NORWICH, Conn.?Re?d A Hughe? Co.; .T. F. Cleveland, ladles' ready to wear; 404 Fourth Avenue. OKLAHOMA, Neb.?T. Tobla? Co.; T. Tobias, wholesale millinery and trimmed hats; 220 Fifth Avenue. OKLAHOMA CITY, Ok!a.-New State Skirt Overall Co.; W. W. Eawards, clothing; Pennsylvania. OTTl'MWA, Iowa?C. E. Cros? Co.; C. E. Cross, women's and children's ready to wear; Seville. PEOR?A. 111.?Clarke & Co.; Mis? B. Baker, coats and suits; 1164 Broadway. PETERSBURG, W. Va?Rosenatock Co.; Mrs. J. Farthing, ladles' ready to wear; 4 4 East Twenty-third Street. PHILADELPHIA?W. Udell, toilet arti? cles; Hresllo. PHILADELPHIA?F. F. Fride, general mdse. ; c?rand. PHILADELPHIA?Tinkle Hat Co.; J. M. Fleischer. ! umlshlnga. clothing. PHILADELPHIA?Perlsteln Co.; W. M. Marido, spring dresses; 42 West Twenty seventh Htree*. PHILADELPHIA?Marvin Co.; Mr. Marks, spring waists. blou?,ej, 43 West Twenty seventh Street. PHILADELPHIA?L. Harris A Co.; Mr. Harris, spring ooats, dresses, organdies. voiles, ginghams; 43 Weit Twenty-sev? enth Street. PHILADELPHIA?S'.man. Pastner A Ep? stein; D, Simon, notions, gloves, under? wear; Grand. PHILADELPHIA?National Kid Kiothes Co.; Allen L. Greenberg, boys' clothing: Pennsylvania. PHILADELPHIA?Lit Bros; O. Brleden bach, men's neckwear; 12S1 Broadway. PHILADELPHIA?U- Blum. millinery;, Marlborough. PITTSBURGH ? Kaufman's Department Store; E. Meyer, m'tiV clothing; E. Al briglit, Jewelfy; 1 Stil Broadway. PITTSBURGH?Kaufman & Baer Co.; Miss McClure, Infants' wear; 404 Fourth Avenue. PITTSBURGH?Frank * Sedar Co.: H. J. ? Chambers, furs; 1C West Thirty-sixth Street. PITTSBURGH?Frank ? S?dar Co.; I. Sedar; V. Flnkelhor. coats, 10 West! Thirty-sixth Street. P1TTSBURUH?Frank * Seder; II. J. Chambers, furs, lo West Thirty-sixth Street. PITTSBURGH?Rosenfeld A Co.; I. T, Rosenfeld. furnishings; Pennsylvania. PITTSBURGH?P. Lantz, dry good?; ; Pennsylvania. PITTSBURGH-Kaufman A Baer; J. S. Exllur, woolens. cottons, silk?: 404 Fourth Avenue. PITTSBURGH?Slon?? A Seiner: I}. Sumes, women's ready to wear; Herald ?jqu*re. PORTLAND. Me ?Eastman Brers. A Ban? croft; Miss L Jardine, dresse?, 12 V 0 Broadway. PROVIDENCE, R. I.?H. Frtsdman, piece goods; Pennsylvania. SACRAMENTO. Calif.?Welnstock Lubin : Co.; C. W. Kuchman, new spring coats for women, misses, juniors and girls 7-?4 years and stouts; 24? Fifth Avenue. SALT LAKE CITT. Utah?Hub Clothing Co.; M. S. Brousteln, general mdse.; ??u Broadway. SAN FRANCISCO?William Meyer, gen? eral merchandise; Pennsylvania. SEATTLE, Wash.?J. Bornsttln, notion?; Pennsylvania ST. LOUIS?Farr.ous &. Barr Co.; R. K, Lockhart. Jobs, suits and coats: 37 West Twenty-sixth Street. ST. LOUIS? B. Nugent * Bro. ; H. J. Chambers, furs; 1261 Broadway. ST. LOUIS?Famous * Barr Co.; II. W. Wlngfleld, a'lks. drees goods; S7 West Twenty-sixth Street ST. LOUIS? Stix. Baer * Fuller; S. Freund, lobs blankets, bedspreads and cotton I damask'.. 1107 Broadway. ST. LOUIS?Fox Garment Co.; Mr. Gold? stein, spring dresses, skirts; 43 W*st Twenty-seventh Street. TOLEDO. Ohio?Lion Dry Goods Co.; J. W. Walker, silks; 23 East Twenty sixth Street. BUYERS' WANTS OFFERINGS TO BUYERS ??C per line. ? HmS t5fl per ??ne. j times :,0c per line. s times OFFERINGS TO BUYERS ARMY AND NAVY GOODS?Large quan- ! tity army and marina underwear, new , and reclaimed; also several other item?. Klein Broa, S48 Canal st. Te?. 2?7 Canal, i COATS?For immediate delivery, bollvia. v??j lour, polo, plain and fur trimmed; de?ir- j able styles and colors ; close out price?. B^umer.son t Co., 5S West 22.1 St. COATS, WRAPS?m Bolivia, and velour; fer ? collars and piain. Brooks Co., 37 West ?Oth st. v COATS'. Infants, children's, 2-1?; Jobs. always on hand. Sllverstaln. 261 Grsen?. | DRESSES?Contractor has CO dresses: ciose , out very cheao for cash. Falk a Lelos!. ' 100 West list. Room ?0?. PETTICOATS? 500 dosen black ?afeen to I ciose out; fg 58 dosen, worth ti ; stylish petticoat, 3 West 2Sth. WClREEWarnehr,0TThe W??" Company: ]y-.?condrs7reeatry K??^- ? W*st T*ftu" ^f^uSV^ - ^?ntes-Barre ? I William? wkP*v|8- "?'ona ?nd toys; Ba.rTwe"tV?%*n.? ?????lo?? M T?.e^a:T:.;\V N' ("''? "" trouss - Hlrsch oats ?^ I ':y:. H- Goldstein, dresses. ready t,- w-.Wa,"i": A- L#VJ- ??"n,s e- t.. r;?Ml" Ij- Pwrin, mtlli coal?; ft?. ?Lrafl?ft ??*??- ??"?? Price Stabilization Now Needed, Says Sisson, Greater Production at Lower j Costs Will Help, Banker Asserts Francis H. Sisson, vice-president of the Guaranty Trust Company, speaking , last night before the annual meeting of the National Industrial Traffic I Loague nt the Waldorf-Astoria, de- ? clared that what is needed now more than anything else is a stabilization of ! prices at new levels that will bring' consumers back into the market. We need," said the banker, "to do i everything in our power to get com? modity markets stabilized as soon as ! possible and avoid the dangers of a! prolonged economic depression. But stabilization of commodity prices can be aceomphshe-1 only by greater pro | duction at lower costs, m order that I , goods may be offered to the public at : : prices which will revive buying. "There is still a vast, unsatisfied de | mand for all kinds-of products in this j country, as well as throughout the j worid, but prices must become com , mens?rate with purchasing power be : fore business can hope to reach a | stabie basis. And the withholding of i goods from the market, as well as ? every unnecessary delay in marketing I them, lessens the available supply of i credit by "freezing" the credit re : quired to carry the goods until they are sold. So also do unwairanted" strikes congest credit, as well as in? terfere with productivity." Mr. Sisson expressed the opinion that an improvement in credit condi ; tions, with easier money rates, will j mark the early part of 1921. ! Allis-Chalmers Earns i $2.49 Share in Period For the quarter ended September 30, the Allis-Chaimers Manufacturing Com? pany reports net profits, after Federal , taxes, of $925,326, equivalent, after al lowing for preferred dividends, to $'2.49 ?a share on $25,770,750 outstanding com i mon, against $767,214, or $1.84, for the prece ing quarter and $916309, or ! $2.4o a shar*-, for the corresponding quarter of 1919. Net profits for the nine months ended i September 30 amounted to $2,525,287 or | $6.50 a sharv on the common, after : allowing for preferred dividends, com? pared with $2,839,278, of $7.72 a share ? on the common, for the same period of I the previous year. * Unfilled order? on hand Sentember 80 totaled $19,814,948, egainst $14,542, 704 at the same time iast year, it was said. Ray Consolidated Earns 61c Share for 9 Months Total profit- of the Ray Consolidated Copper Comp'.ny for the nine months ended September 30 were $972,406, or 61 cents a. share, against $1,096,214 or | 69 cents r> share for the corresponding ? period in 1919, according to a state | ment issued yesterday. Deficit fo.- the ! psriod wr.s $210,477 compared with $1, | 269,355. E'or the quarter ended September 30 the deficit ?mounted to $52,149, against profits of $387,255, or 24 cents a shi-.re, , for the preceding quarter, and $932 ; 147, or 59 cent3 a share, for the same i quarter in 1919. -s ; Nevada Consolidated Earns 25 Cents Share The Nevada Consolidated Copper . Company reports total profits for the i n;r.rr months ended September 30 were ! $616,403. or 25 centa a shure, compared i with $538,068, or 26 certs a share, for ? the corr?-spoT ding period of 1919. Def ; icit after dividends was $983,189 against $1,711,321. For the charter ended September SO, \ the deficit, after depreciation and charges, amounted to $83,180, compared I with profits of $384,000, or 19 cents a i share, for tho preceding quarter, and ; $464,449, or 23 cents a share, for the : same quarter the previous year. -,--?? Island Oil & Transport Co. Surplus, after d?penses, charges, de? preciation, etc., of the Island Oil ta Transport Co. for the nine months ' ended September 30, was $4,680,936, equal to $2.08 a 6hare on $22,500,000 capital stock outstanding, according to a statement issued yesterday. Net in i come for the period was $5,407.653. DIVIDEND NOTICES REPUBLIC IRON & STEEL COMPANY Preferred Dividend No. 69. A: a meeting- of the Board of Direc? tors of the Republic Iron & Steel Com? pany the regular quarterly dividend of .1 \ '"<? on th? Preferred Stock was de? clared payable January 2nd, 1921, to Stockholders of Record December 15th, 1920. Hooks remain open. Common Dividend No. IT. At a meeting of the Board of Direc? tors or the Republic Iron & St?el Com? pany a dividend of 1V4?? on the Com? mon Stock was r.erlared payable Feb? ruary 1st, 1921, to Stockholders of Record January 15th. 1021. Books re? main open. RICHARD JONES, JR., Secretary, American Telephone & Telegraph Co. A dividend of Two Dollars per shire will be paid or. Saturday, January 16, 1921, to stockholders of record at the close of business on Monday, December 20, !.si20. #1 D. MILNE, Treasurer. SOITH PORTO RICO S?CAR CO. November 17, I92i The Board of Directors have this .-;,..; declared quarterly dividends of 2?I on the Preferred ' Stock and ?c? on the Common Stock, both payable on December :.!?:, 1928, to stockholders of record Dtcetr.ber 10th, 1020. KRANK M. tVELTY, Treasurer. MERGENTHALER LINOTYrE CO. Brooklyn. N. Y., Ni v. IS, 1920. DIVIDEND 10b. A r'-guUr quarterly dividend o! -??? \-ir -?: I on the capital stock of Mergenthaler Linotype Company will be paid on Decem? ber 31, l!r:", to the stockholders of record ?s they appear ut th? close of business on December 4, 1920. Thj Transfer Books ttIU not be closed. JOS. T. MACKEY. Treasurer. AMERICAN HIDE A LEATHER Co7~~ New York. October 2ii, 1820. A dividend of 1% fe has this day been de? clared upon the preferred capital stock of the company, payable out of the accumu? lated net profits arising from the business of the Corporation, payable on January 3, . 1921, to the stockholders of record at the close of business, December 11. 1920. GEO. A. HILL, Treasurer. ? -,-1- | FINANCIAL MEETINGS j NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a meet tng of the stockholders of G, H. HL'TCHINS L CO.. INC.. will he held at 4 o'clock In the afternoon. December 3. 1920. at the office of said corporation. 31 P>:ie Street, Borough of Manhattan. Ne\? York City, for > the ?purpose of taJUr-g u vote on a r?solu- i tion to change the name of said corporation from G. H. HVTCH1NS * CO , 1NC to ' P1NEWALL CORPORATION. November 19. 1920. HERBERT G. WELLINGTON, Presiden? ' A. L. UKESON. Secretary SPECIAL MEETING. A SPECIAL MEETING of the STOCK- > HOLDERS of THE ?7TH STREET 8TCDIO ! BUILDING ASSOCIATION wUl be held at th* ofllc? of the Association, 27 West ?Tin i St.. New York City, on Tuesday, Nov SO I 1920. at 8 P. M . for ttts purpose of electing ' one Director to nil a vacaoej GEORGE DEVOLL, Secretary. JHSHlWant Advertisements JJS?Sl LOST. FOUND AND REWARD __ I STOLEN?AUTOMOBILE ? Reward will be paid any Information ' leauing to th* recovery of Westcott Roadster, 1020, stolen fro? In front 209 West 57th st. on Nov. 4; dealer's license, No. 2,031 N. V.; serial No. 11.47?, motor 4,174; body ?C car green, black fenders and green wheels, Firestone tires, 33x4 : floor boards, covered with gray carpets, lion bumper? in front and rear; speedometer, 1,700 miles. John J. Staats, ?4 Stone st. ! Telephone Broad 1971. LOST?Platinum bow-knot pin containing ?2 diamonds, last Wednesday night. Nov. 17, at the Palais Royal, or In taxi cab to Rubin's; liberal reward oltered. Call John J. McCarthy. Tel. Fltrrcy 1234. LOUT?Vails?, with lady's clothes in It," from taxlcab which belongs to driver; lt was taken between 33d and 7th ave. and 114th and Manhattan ave.; if round please notify I. Alter, 325 Rlvlngton st. Orchard 4054. L.OST?Gentleman's gold ring containing three. V? -carat diamonds set In white (Told. Will finder please communicate with .1. C. Penney. zui 4th ave.. N. Y. Suitable reward. LOST?Sunday morning, November Hth, a circular brooch of sapphires and dla* rnoncls. Reward. H. C. Schwab, J? Fins ?t. LOST?.'? reddish tan collie dog: answers to name Yankee; reward. Benneche, <1829 23d ave. Tel Bensonhurst ?198. LOST?Diamond and opal pendant. Sat? urday evening; liberal reward. Wads worth. 9S12, Apartment 62. LuST?Grandjean watch, 6053 Locale. Lib? eral reward. Robert Stoll, 12 John St.. 1 New York. i Lost Bankbooks I i^OST?Bankbook ' No. 27S.3?? of the 1 Franklin Saving.! Hank Issued to Harry I Chulanar.is. Payment stopped. Please re i turn to bank 658 Eighth ave.. New York I City. AU perBons are cautioned not to ! purchas< o.- negotiate same. I LOST?Bankbook No. 791,731 of the Union Dime Saving? Bank is missing Any person having a claim to It is hereby called upon to present the same within ten days or submit to having said passbook ! canceled and a new one issued. ? LOST?Bankbook No. 221,726 of the Franklin Savings Bank. Issued to Robert |J Mulligan. Pavment stopped. Pleas* re 'turrrto bank. 658 Eighth ave.. New York | City. All persons are cautioned not to I purchase or negotiate 6ame. ' LOST?Bankbook No. 133.S93 of North River Savings Bank. 31 W 34th St.. New ! York City Payment stopped. Kindly r'lurn to bank. I LOST?Bankbook No. 145,33? of North River Savings Bank. 31 W. 34th st.. I New York City. Payment stopped. Kindly return to bank. . LOST?Bankbook No. 137.?OS, North River Savings Dank. 21 West 34th st., New i York City. Payment stopped. Kindly re ?; turn to bank. LOST?Bankbook No. 1.004.753 of the ) arlk for Savings. 280 Fourth av. Pay ' ment stopped, Finder pleas? return to bank. ' LOST?Bankbook No? 141.434 of the Ex celslor Savings Bank. 79 West 23d st. Payment stopped. Please return to bank. ' LOST?Bankbook No. 124.252 of the Metro? politan Savings Bank, 1 3d Ave. Pay? ment stopped. Finder pleas? return to bank. FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET West Sid? ! 40TH, 66 W.?Large room overlooking , Park; adjoining bath; exclusive, house; ; references. 1 j;?!!, 212 WEST?Attractive, well fur? nished front suite; gentleman or couple. ' 102D, 303 WEST?Large front room; smaller room; private house, near Riv? erside. ?CENTRAL PARK WEST (71st st')?In ex? clusive home, a suite, overlooking Cen? tn,! Park; handsomely furnished: orientals 'and solid mahogany; high class; business i man or couple. Phone Columbus 1731. I Apartment 3C. j VERY attractive one, two rooms, high class elevator apartment; tray breakfast 'optional. Schuyler 9381. Apt. S. northeast. j WEST END AV. 6G2 (92d)?Large front room; private bath; other rooms. Brooklyn ; MACON ST., near Throop Av.?T>arge front I room: neatly furnished; running water; heat; suitable for two; $7. Telephone La j fayette 1116 J. / ST. MARKS AVE., 13a?Lavge and ?malt rooms, running water, privilege of cook , ir.g In kitchen downstairs. Telephone Sterling 2236. i UNFURNISHED ROOMS TO LET 4?TH. fill W.?Large room overlooking Park; adjoining bath; exclusivo house; references. - "? ? '-- ? "- -- HELP WANTED FEMALE Domestic GENERAL Ho USE WORKER-MAID ?who Is also cook, laundress, wanted; three j In family; must be competent, reliable and ? furnish good references; good salary. Ap ply 564 E. 211d St., FUtbueh. Telephone Mansfield H4",. GENERAL HOUSEWORKER, white, conT peten;; small adult family, with, wlth . nui washing; Rood wages. 616 E. 13th St., Flatbush, Tel. Mansfield 3?97W. PARLOR MAID-WAITRESS? Apt.; white; refer? nces; good salary. Call after S a. n.., 300 West End ave.. Apt. 3-A. Tel? ephone ( lolumbua 4712. LAUNDRESS wanted; apply morning be? fore. 9. ' Mrs. K:-xner. 160 E. 72.1 s:. Miscellaneous 1 CLERKS AND TYPISTS -WANTED METROPOLITAN LIFE IN?URANC? COMPANY. G.'rls IS years of age and ovtr Hours ? to 4:2? ?'clock; Saturday? y to lt o'clock Lun:neons served frea Salary to start 913.96 ; Abilities of clerks reviewed ?act? ?ix ? months. Those of average ability should be receiving from ?H to ill per week after the ?? ond review. The variation 1? du* ta dlfr?r~n.? In clerical work. Free classes conducted in Typewriting. S'?oography and Dictaphone Operattng. Apply in Person between 9 and 4:3* o'clock Room ?0J3, Metropolitan Building. 1 Madison Ave. im ?jrd St.), New York City. I STENOGRAPHER wanted; Christian girl with some experience; good opportunity ! for advancement. Apply to Mr. Saahu. ; Kboin 2206, 2 Rector St. YOUNO LADY?Must ho well educated, tactful; opportunity to winter In South; saiary 11,800 or more: permanency, ad? vancement. H. T., Box IOS, Station F, Manhattan. HELP WANTED MAL* BOYS frcm 14 to II for messenger ana genera', offieo work; good opportunity for Industrious boya. Apply 1?4 Nassau st.. 2d floor. BOYS over 16; light work: electric ahop. ?strander. 1433 DeKaib ave.. Brooklyn. ijrtRAND ROY wanted; strong; references; goud chance for advancement. John Dehic, ?5 Worth sL PILING CLERK desired, about 18 years o:?; a'.ute salary and references. G 935, Tr.bune. GLOVE SALES MANAGER?A French kid glove hou#e wants a man to take charge cf their New York office, must have hell li.r and executive ability and a wiae ac? quaintance, especially with the Urge New York City trade; this Is a permanent posi? tion with an unlimited future and a big ;ob fcr a big man. Apply lu stricte?; con? fidence. D 13 4, Tribune. MAN?A French kid glovs house war.t? a mar. to take charge of their New York of/Ice; must Lave selling and executive, ability and a wide acquaintance, ?spe? cially w^th the large New York City trade; this Is a permanent pciltlorj with an un? limited futur* and a big Job for a b!? pian. Apply in strictest confidence. D 134. j Tribune. OFFICE BOY for !a**e ?owntow Christian corporation; good opportunity for ad? vancement for bright boy. salary 112.55 to ??art. Apply* 160 front St. ? HELP WANTED MALE I OFFICE BOY, . brignt; must have general i office experience. Apply to Room 1?, ! Purchasing Dept.. United Fruit Co., Pier ! 9. North River. ? ?SALESMEN?Wanted, experienced automo- j bile and truck salesmen, or inexperienced ] >t>ung rr.m with exceptionable salei ablit- | j ly, li> ?ell Ford trucks, taiicaha and pleas- j .ire cars on commission basis. Apply Cas- ? well Motor Co., Authorized Healers. 31S0 ! Broadway, coi. 127th st.. or 75 E. 130th st. \ SALESMAN. COLLEGE OR BIGH SCHOOL 1 GRADUATE. FOR JUNIOR SALESMAN. ' TO LEARN AUTOMOBILE BUSINESS. ! SALARY AND COMMISSION 8ALES : MANAGER. HULETT MOTOR CAB CO. : I 18S4 HROADWAY. N. Y. C. j | SALESMAN?Experienced In commercial lithographing and printing: unusual , ; opening for wide awake young man with a j ? high class manufacturer; salary or coro 1 mission. Box 206. 203 Cable Building. ? SOLICITOR, familiar with credits, to sell I I specialized credit service; salary and commission: itate details. D 14?. Tribune, j j SOLICITORS wanted for unusual Ins?'- ; I anee proposition; commission only. G. ; 9S4. Tribuno. Instruction EXECUTIVES AND ASSISTANTS $75 AND UP WEEKLY ! as employment managers, safety engineers , and personnel supervisors when capable of l 'directing work efficiently; men of good: education, unllmted ambition, unquestton l able character and over 21 years of age ; aro afforded an opportunity if lnexperi | enced to train for this important work, if i willing to devote a few hours' spare tima j weekly for a ahort period to master prac ! tical and technical knowledge. Those ' selected will be trained by recognized ex , perts ai*d assisted to positions according to ability. Interview by appointment only. Phone Pennsylvania J800, Extension 110. LEARN TO BB A CHAUFFEUR?Pieaeent, profitable worU: day and even'ng desees. , Send for free booklet and visitor's pasa West Side Y M. C. A-. 30? West *7tb at. 1 MEN wanted tn operate moving picture machines in theatres; we teach you days 6r evenings. American Theatre Building. ,?44 Ith ave (42d) Bryant lil?. SITUATIONS WANTED FEMAL? i Chambermaids I CHAMBERMAID, parlor maid and wait? ress. American Protestant with family going South for winter. S.. Miss H of may er's Agency, 10 East 43d st.. 3d floor: tele ( phone Murray Hill 8347 CHAMBERMAID-WAITRESS, middle age, Scotch Protestant: will do sewing and make herself useful; city family; S5?. Miss Hofmayer's Agency. 10 E. 43d, 3d floor, telephone Murray Hill 8947. CHAMBERMAID - WAITRESS. young. Swede; city apartment; excellent refer? ences. A., Miss Hofmayer's Agency, 10 E. 43d. 3d floor Telephone Mur. Hill S947. CHAMBERMAID, waitress; young, thor? oughly capable, excellent; Miss Fitz? gerald's Bureau, 366 Fifth Avenue. CHAMBERMAID, young. Protestant, thor? oughly capable; excellent. Miss Flts gerald s Bureau, 366 6th Ave. CHAMBERMAID. young. Inexperienced, willing to learn. Miss Fitzgerald's Bur? eau, 366 6th Ave. Cooks COOK. young Swede; .city apartment; i highly recommended. T., Miss Hofmay? er's Agency,, 10 East 43d st , 3d floor. Tel. Murray Hill 8347. COOK, voung Irish; equal to chef, highly recommended; 883 to ISO. A.. Miss Hof? mayer's Axency, 10 East 43d st.. 3d floor; telephone Murray Hill ?947. COOK, Swedish, hard of hearing, wishes permanent position; ?,'ood conk, neat. economical; moderate wages. Write G. 332 ! East 39th St., 4th floor, front. COOK, capable Irish girl; 3 years' refer enees; 170. city or country. Miss Shea's 'Agency. 6 E. 4;st St. Murray Hill 0774. COOK and WAITRESS, Finnish girls; speak CnarliJ'h; good references. I.ehtl'8 Agency, 5? East 125th st. Harlem 5615. COOK, good manager; country preferred. exceptional. Miss Fitzgerald's Bureau. 366 5th Ave. i COOK, young, good T.anager: excellent reference?. Miss Fitzgerald's Bureau. 366 Dth Ave. General Honseworkers, Etc. HOUSE-WORKERS, cooks, waitresses. chambermaids, laundresses and couples. I Lehtl's Agency, 58 East 125th ut. Harlem ; 561G. 1 HOUSEWORK ERS, cooks, chambermaids. governesses; good positions guaranteed. , Blake Employment Agency, 2265 Broadway. Laundresses, Etc. LAUNDRESS, middle aged, Swedish: ex? cellent references; highly recommended. T., Mls? Hofmayer's Agency, 10 Bast 43d St., 3d floor. T-" Murruy 11 il? 8947. Nurses, Etc. NURSE for infant, growing chlid: any l where; $75. excellent references. Shea i Employment Agency, 6 E. 41st st. Mur? ray Hill 6774. NURSE, young Protestant, thoroughly cap? able; excellent. Miss Fitzgerald's Bur? eau, 366 5th Ave. NURSE, 2 children; country preferred; ex ceptional. Miss Fitzgerald's Bureau, 365 5th Ave. ? NURSE, young; 2 children; exceptional reierer.ce-s. Miss Fitzgerald's Bureau, 26? 6th Ave. Waitresses WAITRESS. Jung Irish woman; equai to butler; excellent 10 years' cuy references. Miss Hofmayer's Agency, 10 East 43d at, 3d floor. Tel. Murray Hill 8947. WAITRESS, young, thoroughly capable; exceptional r?f?rences. Miss Fitzgerald's Bureau, 306 6th Ave. Commercial STENOGRAPHER?Young lady desfres position; i.iiry $25; advancement. E. Deinen. 296 Woodbine St. Bklyn. SITUATIONS WANTED MALJC BUTLER, Swiss - trench; competent; 3 years .ue; p.a^e. Dupraz, 44 W. ?8th St. CHAUFFEUR (colored), elngte, mechanic, wishes private position ; references. Hen? derson. 4M W. 52d St. CHAUFFEUR, married, wishes position: co imerclal, private. Louis Scharn, 105 Go?rck St. COUPLE, colored, butler; useful; excel lent cook; 8150, entire work, fine r?f?r? er ices. MlE-i Shea s Employment Agency. 6 East 41st st. Murray Hill ?774. HOUSEMAN?Generally useful, best refer? ence!'; city, country. MUs Shaughnessy's : Agency, 860 ?to ave. JANITOR, colored. American, with refer enees, experienced. W. M. Carter, 5*7 La JAPANilSE domestic help by ppefesslfnal workers. 10* West 46tb et.; ?'v??. J,?,. PAINTING; papering, plastering;; ?uaran teed; reasonable. Schwartz, 6 West 114th st. Telephone 6507 Harlem. I Commercial MAN '..', formerly patrolman en railroad, wi?i es position, state terms. D. Tisch- 1 1er, S3 So. 6th St., Brooklyn. STENOGRAPHER, s years stock broker? age, railroad, steamship, knowledge bookkeeping; good assistant executive; ; present en.ployed. G 994. Tribune. YOUNG MAN. ??, ambitious, desires peal- j tlon with mercantile house, starting et , bottom and working up. G ?S2, Tribune. ; ^~ ' '-'- -= SURROGATES* NOTICES KAHlZ~MARY <^LmmXSrisi^i*~pvttsnT. ' ? erice* of an oder et Honorable Jamas A Fol?y. a '-.rrogate of the County ai New York, notice la hereby given to el! eereeae ha-,...? claims against Mary Cleisenttae Kaal, late of the County ef New Terk. decease*, te ?resent the same with vouchers thereof le the subecrtber et her place et transadla? business at tn office ef her attorneys, Messrs. Beckett. Chapman A Stevens, No. 15? Nanaeu Sareei, In the Cny of New York, ob er before tha ilth day of December, lit?. De'.ed N ?? Terk, June 4, UJ?. ARABELLA S. BURR. eTjtecQtr?t BACKET-, CHAPMAN * ?TEVat?lt. A,. i I ?. terneys for Executrix, No 1x4 Nassau I Street Th? Tribune ?uildlnaj. New i Terk City. EMPLOYMENT AGENCIE? Commercial Help?Female and Mal* ROSE E. CLARK AGENCY EMPI-OYVENT EXPERT CORTLANDT <?49 5 BEEKMAN BT Stenogr? peers, typists, bookkeepers, ?. fles assistants. ?witchboard op?rators. raale or femal?. besinr.ers or exp?ri?*csd; promptly placed Cs.ll s II wttlt.____ BUSINESS CABPS_ " ARE YOU BALD ? TOU NBEP A TOUPEE. Get the best, guaranteed, to perfect fir and match. BY THE EXPERT A. HASCHKA & ^?".?v Never mind the location, as my motto Is low rent, low prices and first class work. Carpets an?! R?ff* SLOANES, WILTON. AXMINSTEB Carpets, II. ?2, $J. 14 yard up; i ?light!? used) but reconditioned like new; all color?, plain or mixed patterns; over 5.0?0 yards for bom?, office showroom RUGS ail six**, de niestic, Imported. WtRon. Oriental, Ca,ces)s, $20. $40. $S0, $120 up 300 small ru-r- $ ;. $7, $10, DP MAKING OVER, CLEANING. LAYING, DYEING. REPAIRING. KEWEAV. ING. RELIARLE. REASONABLE. BEAU? TIFUL. Stlllirigs. Inc., 624 Madison Ave.. (53th st.). Plaza $S35. Diamonds, Jewelry, Etc. DIAMONDS Macht sad **!4 fer r*?4) frssa Individuals *r ei'.&tss BCNNKTT-o ttl Broadway. 2d iosr. Furniture ACT Q?TCK! Highest prices paid for fur? niture, rugs, statuary, etc. Will call Jiarru- u.\y. Small. :.02 Columbus ave Tel? ephone Rchuyler $311. WE PAT hleaest prices for ftrntt???, piano*, ?i.tiques bric-a-brac, boo?* art. etc. JABAT J* '.'Diversity PI Stujr yesant 2277 WANTED?High-class nom? furnishings, OrientaJ rugs, statuary, etc., at once. Hull. 242 Fifth a-. Tel Ma.:.son Su. ?40. Men's Clothing A WHOLESALER ^?T^;, hlffh erad? hand tailored a.: wool Men s Sj?-.s an? Overcoats, Utes: styirs at $2 -..".O ?ml IS?.oO l?ornierly $4g,63). Showruora. A. * B. Clothes S. op. 52 West ?3d si. opposite Hotel -M.Alpin NOTE:?Our new branch, just opened at 1GT7 Broadway, with a fine line of all wool. 2 pairs tousers with suits, at $?5.00 .Save trie price of a suit. GOTTLIEB Hl-Y- ^W?V prices Drop postal 139 Luflow si Patents and Inventions PATENTS 0*er ?i years' practice, a!) rammail?, tlon? strictly confidential; handbook ? ? patents frer on reonest. special faclittl?? for office consultation. Muan * Co pat *nt atto-neys, (?07 Woolwort? Buiidisft New York. MACHINE SHOP wants fxnerimental and liirht ?athc work, reasonable West End Tool Co.. 301 West 118th st. (mar Kthave). Trunks RALE?-TRUNKS?SALB Stewmer tr :ni,-s, suitcases, bag* nmb-e'las AT SPECIALLY REDCCJSD TRICE? Every article Is guaranteed L. FIRSTENEERO ?02 THIRD AVE. Corner $5tfe St, BARGAINS?-New ana sr.op-solied truttu?. bags. sult--ises. ,iieain?r outfits. Thomas G. Hunt. 130 Cth av. (47th St.). BALE?-Trunks, suit cases, bags; great sacrifice. Wt-issman ?r,..s. :os 7th av?. (4ith st), 826 Cth ave. <47th st.). Typewriters TYPEWRITERS RENTED. Ken-risible 3 souths $5; Visible n mo ,t;,s. $* ?a AMERICAN WRITING MaCULVE Co.. INC.. S4.) Broadway, ?t la-niiard si_ T?;. :??l 20 X. IStl Ht . i spoilt* Madison are Fraokila THE TTi' I'ltlTKK EXt.iiANG*. 10 Bsrclay si. Telethons 4731 Bsrcls?. STORAGE NOTICES M ARKIIOl SEMAN'S SALE OP GOODS I OK VNPAID CHARGES. In accordance with tb? provision of law, there being due and u:.]'*;.: , bars-.-- I r which the unilrrKlirneri CHELSEA bMRI PROOF STORAGE WAREHOUSES, Inc., Is entitled to a lien, as warehouseman, the goods hereinafter described, anrt ?<i,u ??ctico having been given to ail parties known to claim un interest there.n. a: i the time speclfi rj In such ?.-rice for pay mant of such charges having expired, there w.ll be sold at public auction, at 4?e-4;:4 West 26th St . N< .. on Wedne? day, December Sth, 1920, at 10:30 A. M.. and - ; hi> sale thereof 's not coi . on Bald dHte Ihi name will be continui ; ft< -be same place on each ami ?vei Wednesday thereafter, beginning at ic :;0 A. M., a;,,l coi ' Inulng untl all the goi Is are suld, the following proper, . HOUSEHOLD GOODS. CONSISTING OF bureaus, dressers, chiffoniers, desks, ?.d, :ron and brass beds, uprings ami mat j tresses, ?ni?iis. pillows, portieres, books, or>(Jdlng, 'lining ? room furniture, rocket i chairs, carpets, rug?, oilcloth and '.'-urn.-, pictures, mirrors, sewing machines, . library or..; parlor furniture, boxes am contents, barrels and contents, C.a.ssware. bric-a-brac, upright ami gr? . piar,...?, trunks ami content?, clocks ar ' ,'ases, persona] effect?, clothing and mis celiaiieous, hamper/ anj contents, crates and contents, paintir:?.--. ilres-, suit cases davenports, .-ictrolas and talking machines, vacuum cleaners, cribs, packages, music! Instruments, curio cabinets, h. id f'ir the ; accouni of M. Ronan, E, A SImonds. I.) I W. Pye, :??'.. K. Dunn I.. Ktrkpatrlck. ' Lankowski. V. C Weld. Mrs. V. 11 Hams, .' ; Flnklestein. :. s. ,\p ?ifing, c. Busnans. . G. L. f-jr'iss. ,T r Alexander. 1 Collie? M. Levy. H. Dick, !'. i arroll. .\. i h tier, M- H'j;;e-, Wm UlcGowan R Ke .. I Baroness H. Von Zglinltsky, M. Slate?, \J. B. McGeorge, M. Cleme-nts, n. Mar I M. K. Robinson, J ! rtnev, A. T.. lilau, M. L. Belfort. M. Zelinka. Wm. Fltszgerald, L. J. Flandreau, H. Jentes, '.;. S, Dnck. I R. Martin. Tt j\ Doyle B P Soirtl A Groesbeck, G. Irving, May Hollnagel. R. J. Hen; ce, J. D. Haucus. I" A. Cralir. R. i ?. Si*ith, ?'. - Selt?, it. \j. M . Murray, M. A. l'avis, dtantmi Sickles 1 S.r^r.'l Cigarette ?' . P, B handler, Air-;. Bklnner, Popular Picture Corp., L. 8. Davl?, M.-A. M&gee. W. \V. H?y?-lrrl. J V. Len? gan .t Co., Vim ? r.7.0 Hattoglln. Max Win? ter, William Dawt'M. v Oui lory, A. Stew? art liat.M Cooper. C Sundstroni. <'. Fas', ! A. Elliott H H' nry. Win. A. !U.: ?. Little. Mrs. Stewart, L R. Phelps. M C Phillips, a? th',1 ir,ter?sts may appear. Trunks and coi tents. 1res* suit cases . enta, racks, leather hat boxes and contents, boxes ?ml contents, bum: pictures, bundli-i:. bookcases, barn-is and cases an>: conten?a, ?-?sii.-'fs and I contents chests an.l contents, sewing ? chines sample case? and contents, bas I kets and contents held for the .? B. McCann, Miss M. Beilly, J. i- L. TJ son, M He.-b.-rt. ti Ward, George Adamla, Tranafer at Express. E. H. Mar? tin J. L Whitney. T. T. Lovelace. Mar? garet Martin, E Carle. P H. Vaughan. G. Mumfo?d. Wm. Bat? helor .J. H K. j^anka. P.- Steh ?i? '"??-. w. r. J Friedman. A. !i. A Rurtit. .las I O'Brien. T. Cuyier, J. Fagan, M. .1 Gib? son. R A. Webber International lia**-,? i.e,:n- H Randall, A. L. Blau, !?;. Meyers, H C. Bates. N. J. Roach Morr:s. .N.. . dt Brooklyn Express Kat? Dur:.--;' M. Ryan, T. Hansen. Mrs. Btanton, ?leo Siegel. I* G. McDougalI. C. A. Mut ford, A Mar-.JeiDi-rg .1. R. Armstrong, L. fasev. A. i orway. D A. Nleke'sen. A Burke, Wm Ehrlich, Vlncenso Battogiiu, a* their Interests may sapear Box.es and contents, book?, parare, ?afea, roil and Oar top dejiks, typewriter desks, partitions, office chairs, stands, letter files, racks, tables, wall cabinets, electric fans, filing and office cabinet?, cases ami con tepta, typewriters. other miscellaneous office furniture, held for the account ?f 1 Rosenthai, T. B. Brown, J. D. Baucua. K. B. McDuffee, A. L. Blau, H. Blackmor*. Vlncenzo Battogiin. T. J. Flnney, Powei! School of Advertising. Sossidl Cigarette >'<?.. Frederick W. Ward, J. J. O'Doris and L Birrett. G. Prie?, as taelr interest* mar appear. Flat top d*sk and vase, held for the ac? count of H. F. Nichols. Moving picture machine, two (S> I - crates, tin box. held for the account of Halpren Bro?. Motor and box. held for the aecount of Holmes A. Frank. Pictures mid pa!.-;' lags, rs?ld for the ac? count of J?;;;es Dunn. Execrtor. ar.d F. L. May. All being now ? ured with the said Com? pany In It? warehouse? ?nl all to be ::;o:-e specifically announced and deocribed at time oC^aid ?ale. The goods rnsy be seen at the place ?: sale on Tuesday preceding the sale. CHELSEA FIREPROOF STORAGE WAREHOUSES. INC., ci,(it West ;ith st snd 111-110 West 107th SL NEW YORK CITY. L. SCHRAMM. PBBS?D?NT. Did yon Uinr aome valnahlr keepeake ? Try a Losl * F?jfcsid ad In The Tribun.n. Phone BeeX.-ni.n 20fr0.?AdiL.