Curb Tone Easier
lu Quiel Trading;
Changes Are Snial
Pressure Not So Pronounced
but Demand Fails to Sho>
Increase : Little Acti\
ity in Standard Oil Lis
Trading was nuiet on the curb mai
ket yesterday and, for want of in
creased demand, prices sagged slightlj
although changes were small on th
light volume of raisin?s??. Interest i
the Standard Oil group was not s
Industrial shares were fairly we!
r^aintained and somT- advances wer
registered, t'niteel Retail Candy wa
vi-caker, however, and eased off to 7V5
Tebacco Products Export also sagge
?nd broke through 7 te> 67s. Sweets wa
lower, the final sale being at 2as.
International Petr;>le*um sold down t<
1, s. and Simms was fractionally lowe
at 6*s. Salt Creek new stock sold dowi
to 10, and Maracaibo eased off slightl;
p.Lies Open. High. Low. Last
' tOO ?Acme Coa!. . . 1 1 1 1
1500 ?Aetna En>... '''-j lft !",i 1'
DO ?Air Reduc. .. 37 37 37 37
"Am F T Corp. 1111
.". ?Am Lt & Ti . 92 92 92 92
?Am Refricr. .. 3 V4 114 3 v4- I M
.'JO "Am W Rape. 4 \ 4?; 4% 4 ??
i Auto Fuel 8.. 67?i 67% t>7?4 67-',
TIOOO Borden . Su'B SO^? *<>>? 80?
600 do pref .... S0!? SO1? SOI? SO',
00 ?Car Lt ?S- P.. 2's '-"? 2 Va 3%
100?Cleve Auto... 43 43 43 43
'00 ?Crude Chem.. I'? 1'i 114 114
"00 ?Eastern Pot.. 13 13
200 'do pref.... 13 13 13 13
'00 ?Emp T & Stl 19 19 1? 19
iO'Km F & G pf 82H $2la 32H 82'i
5800 ?Farrell Coal.. 13 14 13 1314
~00 ?Goldwyn Pic. 4 % 4?; 4Vs 4 "4
700 ?Hercules Pap 17 17 16 1S1?,
1000 Indian Pack.. 3?: S't 3Vf? 3 %
2000 ?Kay Co Gsi?. I 1 ?-a t 1
16 ?Leh Val C S. 677 62 61 61
?0 ?Locom eorn n 1'-. 1% Hi 114
00 ?Mercer M??t.. 3 3% 3 314
on ?Meteor Mot.. U'.'-? 17?4 lev, 17
300 ?Man Furn e'o 143, 15 14*4 16
1350 N Y Shipbldg. 26 7'.. 173Vi 22%
I 000 No Am P & P "s 414 4Vs ?S
- ?? Porfec Tire. .. l >>, 1 U 1A llj
U"J0 ?PUrgly-WIg S 11 Mi 12 ll<? 11TJ
?00 ?P ,S CAR S Co \ "4 % %
00 ?do prel ... IH 1*6 1 1%
'oo ?pyrene Mfe. . s s 8 8
"00 ?Radio e:o wi. l?5i Tj 1% IV4
'do pref- 1% l"t 1% 1%
100 *E & Z V R pf 55 56 54 54
"0 ?R .1 R n B w 1 301a 31 30 31
? oo ?R K T P Inc. 3'? 3% %% 7? ?;
??000 ?Tob Pro Exp i".T, 7 6% 7
120 ?Todd Shlpyda 70'?, 70'8 70 70
.-?TOO ?Triangle Film ^ *% ?H &s
"O0?Fn Carbid? . . 4'' 49 49 4S
'OOOrn Profit Sh. 1'.'. 1 ?? 114 n,
000 *Vn R S Can. 7% 7% 7 *? 7%
100 U S r.'istrib. . . 29 29 2% 2S
6000X1 S Steamship 1H 114 l 1%
400 Wayne Coa!... 7^ 2 2?.1. 2%
C.?Wm Da vies.. 25 20 25 20 '
'?VyKis Corp. . i s 5 5
r,o *.lo ?st pref 17 17 37 17
DO 'io 7;d oref. 7?? 7% 7% 717,
guien Open. High. Low. Last.
1'10 ?Ansio-Am Oil 17?* \1\ 17*4 17?*
0 ?Eureka P L. ? 90 90 90
7.0 ?Prairie PL..? 19?) 189 190
10 *?-.*.* Pa PL..? 59 59 69
Hales Open. High. Low. Last.
>nooo ??-Allied Oil... 16 17 16 17
7200 ?Boone Oil_ Ia? 1 % 1V4 1%
6500 ??Boston-Wyo . ?a! ~? *<. 4*
5200 ?Carlb Synd. . . ~\ 7 7s 7 7
1000 ?Cities S BT Sh 3l?4 3114 30% 30%
1500 ?Cosden ?1- Co.. 5% 6 534 6
1000 ?Cushlng Pet... % ft ;'i r*
lOOi) ?Benny Oil. ... 11, 11? 1 1
00 'DufiiK-iiio Oil. 2 2 2.2
2000 ?Elk Basin Pet S s 7?\? 7*4
3000 Engineers Pet. 1-ft i ft 1ft 1ft
1000 Federal Oil.... 2% 3% 1% 2
300 ?Fer ?land Oil.. 12 12 11% H Vi
700 ?GlenrocK Oil.' 2 *J % 2 2'?,
? 300 ?Granada OH.. 5 ? 41? 6
31000 ?Hudson Oll... % 'a % ft
1700 ?Internat Pet. . 15 16 15% 15?*^
1500 ?Lone Star ?as 26 251? 25 23
?500 ?Lyon Pet. ?4 % % T*
700 ?Maracalbo Oil. 13 13V, 13 13V4
.... ?Merrltt oil. ..1! 11'4 11 11 '?
2500 Mexico OIL .. 1 !4 1% Hi i *.
450 ?Midwest Ref.. 143 143 141 142
?200 ?Midwest Tex. ft % U ft
14000 Noble Oil & G. \k it % <U
100 No Am O & R. ? % ? 1 ??4 2
loan Omar O&l? new 77'- 2% 2% 2%
2100 ?Prod ? Ref.. 4% 41, 414 4U
700 ?Red Rock Oil. % % % '4
315 tRIckard Tex.. ?4 'i J? %
800 ?Ryan ?"ons w 1 11% 11% 1114 11%
200 ?Rait Crk, new. 10V, 10% 10% ION
3000 ?Sapulpa Refg. 4% 4% 4% 4%
500 ?Settled Prod.. 77 3 3 3
.1100 ?Slrnrns Pet.... 8% 6% 6% ?;*?
3000 Skelly Oil. 7 71?, 7 7'i?
i?00 ?Tex-Ken Oil. . % % ">.. s;
?moo ?Texon O & L. % % f-j JJ
1300 ?Victoria Oil. .1 ] % 1
800 ?Vulcan Oil... % % % <M
?000 ?Woodburn Oil 1% 1% l>/t i%
?Pal:-?. Open. High. Low. Last.
ROOAl-Br Col Met ?'.. .-r. % ,',
200 ?Amer Mine?.. 1 ; i -
ilOO Ar Clon* Cop. ?*?? % ?A? '*
500 ?t Atlanta .... ! 1 ?-j 1 1
? ?'jiioi.ii E (? p) '?v, 2-iZ ::4
K00 ??Belch K fa p) ;:?a 3?5 .? 3 '-.
100 Big Ledge . .. ?-... ?-, -.;
100 * Booth . '?fa l 2'2 7!
Bosl A: Mont. -17' 42 M 42
4300 ?tCaledonla ..16 17 18 16
31000 ?Calumet & J. ',?, "i -?? -ft
8100 ??"?Candelaria S 12 i \ 12 13
3800 ?tCaahboy ... 5 5'?i ?r, r,v.
1?10 Cons Vir SlIV. n. 3 3 3
8900 Cortea Silver 64 6? 67! 64
500 Cresson Con ?", 114 1 U 1 % 1H
SS00 El Salvador S. >s ??a nt \.t
2000 Emma Silver. 3 Z 3 S
7A.-.0 ?Bur Or M Co 3* 37 3* 37
?0OO 'TKurvka Holly 1 ?4 1 V? 1 1.V
S.2i?*0 ?tOold Z Div.. -H'a 21% 20 20%
C300 ?tOoldf Cons.. 5 5 4 6
4300 ?tGoldf Dev... 1 mi I'-fc
2000?tGreat Bend. 1 ?-j H4 1 ?,?, 1 U
47,00 -tHarmilt ?"> M 19 23 19 23
1276 Herta Mining. 4Vi 4Vi 4?"* 4*
',,-,0 ?iron Blossom. ?? ?ft A ,T
[ ??? ?tJlm Dun ?v. i6??? n ic 17
' SOOtJumbo Ex-en 1 6 4 4M
1200 Kerr Lake .... 2'?i 2?? 2?*fc 2?\
."r,i*o "tKewanas .. . 'J :: 1 IV
2-500 ?rKtift Divide 7 8 7 7.V
6000 *L Star Cons M 4:?- i% 4 ?a 4 v
f & ? j 0 Louisiana Cons. ?4 U >?? \
Buy it from the Navy
Specials, Suitable tor Gifts
pair with Leather '.'a-tc and Strap.
a- y - Usuel fiun Pu-tor? e>pt?- o ?17A0
op. B'^-rj-ie?. N. Y ..Power ?** ?* * ?"
r.j B*u?h it Loma <;_ 49 00
Prunutlc .I'ower ?* ????uu
Ua B*j*.h ?. Lonib. | n 7?; (M)
t>SJe?r-of-UM-D*ck, 2*2 lachet
?F1?? "Y'VY".; MVfex $17.50
?/. S. W. Blankets
(?test's Berth. f;r.??to white, ?4 Wool. ?7 ?o
',*?*4 i.-wrhes ."?
trteefs Idgbt Otsf, ffod iu?d cwti'i 7 88
KiUr. ttjsM team . * *
-?v titxy. ? l<><i<f> Wool." ? 60
??lie Ml*4 Inelv?. w?
Many Otbar ?iwial ??ft? and attractive
Rainproof 1 oatl - and Hatt for mo.
' AJI n4w and of bl?<n
? ', .?-.H';-. accepted by t??'? Navy ?rt?r
? a :<? ?? in?] -
Values Must Be Seen.
1 laltffijpm, fife floor, 7.'i*.7 Wuntfif ?>?
? Mtfe ?-. tri Av?., Brooklyn, N. Y ; near
',tr/ W?, lizi/ree* Biatlon, on 0. R. T. 4th
fruyen* H. Tricots.
XAev\..^>uamenatr fH-C), U. H. N.
Buy it from the Navy
lOOO'MacNam Min. A A A A !
1 2300 ?tMarsh Min.. 6 '?? 7 6 7
i 1300 ?Motherlodo C. 5% ? Vi 5% g Vi
800 Nlptsslng Min.. 7% 7% 7% ?H
r.00 Ophu? Silver M A A A A '
?00 Prince Con_ A A A ?* i
1800 R VerdoCop.. 1% Hi IVi Jtt i
. ?ono Hex Cons. 5 & 6 "-6 , \
! 3200 Roper-Oroup MA -ht Tf Zf
i liOOO ? + SUver King D 1H TA 1% IV? i
l 3200 ?'''Silver Piek.. 4 & 4 4%!
300 St Croix Silver. ?H S H H
200 Stand Silver L. A A A A ,
2700 ?TSuecess Mtn. 2 2 2 3
.-009 ?Sutb'M'lsDd D. Hi 1% lVi 1 Va
800 ?Talapoosa SU. A A A A
2300 ?Tono Bolmont. 1A 1A 1A 1A |
4700 ?Tono Divide.. 1A 1? * }>i
275 Tono Exten- 1 ?S? lA 1% lA;
370 ?Tono Mining.. 1"? 1H 1H 1A |
1285 United Eastern 2% 2% SH 3A i
8700 ?tViet D ta p). 4 Vi 6 4% 6 '
700 fW End Cons.. ?"?& ?H> tl ??
3500+W Caps Mln.. 6 6% 6 6
?jooo tw C Ex (a p). Vi Vi Vi % I
4800 Wilben Mining 1 1 Vi 1 IVi
300 ?Yukon Alas M 20 20 20 JO
fc..?0 ?Yukon Gold Al 1U 1% 1 1 Vi
filos (000 dmltted) Open. High. Low. Last.
$70 ?Allied Pack 6s. 62 52 60% 61
17. ?A T & T 6s '22 94 '.'4 93% 93%
5 ?do 1921. 92 ?2 91% 91 %
4??Anacon Cop 7s. 89% S9% 89% 89?%
!B*Ang-Am O 7%s 99-Vi 99% 99% 99%
10 ?Armour 7%.... 94 Vu 94 % 94 Vi 94 Vi?
47S ?Beth Stl 7% '35 94% 9 4 -i 93% 93%
8 ?C N Rv 7% '33.100% 100T? 100% lOOVi
5 ?City of Berg 8s 95% 95% 94% 94% ,
90 ?Con Cas 8s- 98?4 98\ 98% 98%
150 ?Denmark 8s... 97% 97Vi 97*4 97%
10?Diam M 77c .?100 190% 100 100
? *E G .fc F 6s 26 91% 91 Vi 91% 91-i
7 ?Gal Slg-Oll Te/e. 93Vi 93'i 93% 93%
28?G'drleh 7-*? '26. 93% 84% 83% 83Vi
20*Gov of Swed 6s 78 78 77% 77%
25 ?Int Rap Tr 7s. . 67 67 66% 67
7'5 *K of Norway.. 99Vi !>0% 99V4 99%
i ?Mor & Co 7%s. 95 95 94 94
15 ?Nat Leather 8 s 99% ?9% 99% 99%
30 ?N Y N H&H i% 68 68 65% 66
., 'i ?hlo Cas 7a '21 99 99 99 99
1 ?Ohio Cil G 1922 95 95 95 95
6 ?Seab A L i'e.: . . 45 46 44 44
150?S-Roe 7a (1 yr) 97% 97% 97 97
?do 7s (2 yr). 94% 9 4 'i 94 94
10 *do 7s t.'i vr) . 94 94 9? 94
35 Sinclali .*'.??',... 88% 88% 87% 88
10*Solvay &- ?' 8s. 99% 99?,? 99 99
196 *S O Calif 7s... r?9% 300 99% 100
4 ?do N'Y 7s'25.100 100 100 100
4 ?do 7.s 1926...100 100 100 100
?do 7s 1927...100 100 100 100
5 ?do 7s 19" -...100 10O 100 100
5 ?do 7s 1929...100 100 100 100
3 *do 7s 1930...100 100 100 100
15 ?do 7s 1931...100 100% 100 100%?
10 ?Sw & Co 7s '25 93% 93% 93% 93%
6 ?Swiss Gov 5'2s. 79% 79% 79% 79%
6 ?Tex Co 7% nts. 97% 97'-? 97% 97%
10 ?West F.lec 7s.. 97% 97% 9T% 97%
German Internal Bonds
(Quoted In dollars per 1.000 marks)
Sales (000 omitted) Open. High. Low. Last.
?30 ?Berlin 4s. ? 12% 12 !L'
5 ?German El 4%s. -- 14 14 14
?I'nlistrd ?fs-lls eents per share.
In New York County
.... following Judgments were filed yes-'
terday, the first name being that of tho ?
?\nderson, ?.'liarle? W.?-J. Bart
feld . $505.00 ;
Arnold, George, and William R.
Moran?S. Shanker Metal Cell?
ini,- ?*./., Inc. 733.25!
Acme Food Products Corp. ?
Victor Bolata und Textile Belt?
ing Co. 327.45
Bennett, Charles?G. Saltzman.. 114.60
Bryn, Bdward W.?W. T. Ellis.. 128.HO
Bell, Madeline?J. t?. Curran_ ?13.20
Bernslein, Harry L.?L. M. Gar- . !
rison . 121.08 \
Browder, Walter R. ? A. H.
Flowers . 1,069.30
Cav?es, Nick?S. Prank. 103.63
Cole, Herbert S.?AV. l?. Russell 1,443.53
Cornell, Charles?-Anna Spencer,
Inc. 874.00 .
Contoncas, Nicholas, or Contonca '
?G. Carbuton _r. 228.41
Cohen, Milton S., and Hnlzmaa,
Cohen & Co., inc.?National
Butchers ?irej' Drovers' Hank. 2.79S.23
Carter, Wesley, and Fidelity and
Casualty e.'o. of New York?
I'm.pie, etc. 500.09
City of New York?New York
Central. Railroad Co., costs- 3,797.63 i
Davis, Albert .1.?Martin & Mar?
tin. Inc. 423.56 '
Engalitcheff, Denlsp d'Leittelul
? r. Agatha et al... ,. 731.80 ?
Federal Snap Fastener?Washaw
Press, In?-. 329.27
Forman, Samuel J., und Lazarus
Jaekson i Forman ?t Jaeksonl
?J. Goldberg et al. 2,119.60 1
Friedman, David?M. Welser et
al . 424.311
Goldman & Posner Co., Inc.?L.
Krimmer . 868.12 j
Glrdes, John?Cnbtnet and Acc?s- |
sories Co., Inc. 173.55 I
Graves, Gordon, and Fidelity and
Casualty Co. of New York? I
People, etc. 300.00 (
i'i.-n. Louise, and James Photos
I- ople, etc . 600.00 j
Hadert Food Products Co.. Inc.? |
Columbia Corrue-ated Co. 445..-:
Hoffman, Fouis?S Oumelner. ? . 1,773,0.. ;
John ?>. Wlljlama Productions,
Ino.?White Studio Theatrical,
In' .???? "3.79
Johnston, Joseph H -G. Hepburn 236.41 |
Jackson, Charles P JameH D.
Junes and Isaac f\ Williams
(Harlem Rotlserli I?A. Fox
Pi ai; iv Co., Ine-. 644.20
Kasper, Ellas?B. Lu-sitz. 106.45
Kleinbaum, Abraham L.?I. E.
Loeb. 176.41. ?
Kelley, William H. (Keiiey Tire
Co.) -Ftsk Rubber Co. ?.f New
Kurhmann, eitto?State- Industrial
Koller, Max ? Comirerclftl Ei
.i,ange Bank. 779.S?.
Kauffman, Frederick-.(7. H. May. 150.50
Klein. Louis?M. Gatllck et al.. 129.00
L. .\ S. Press, Inc.?A s. Freed. 153.54
Louis-, Earl C?L. Sobe!. 101.70
Lakin, Samuel?Gorge W. Milieu
S- Co. 329.03
Lovev, Harold?J. Fickllng. 655.41
Lynch, I'aniel K. ?S. ,tibbler.... 469.72
Leims, Nat -I. M. Poons. 18,265.36
Leuper. Joseph H.?C. M. Shunkel 327.51
MlO-Crosstown Ry., In.-,?City of
New York. 4,203.09
I Satnf?Same. 1,626.58
i Same- Same. 1,884.43
Me "?overn. William J.?Henri L.
Dougherty & <7o. 638.50
. Markowltz, Joseph?S. Langbaum 128.79
Neary. Slicla?C. A. Purchano... 543.90
O. N. J. Novelty Mfg. Co., Inc.? *
A. V. Clles. 913.65
? Posner & Marinaoo, Inc.?Com
', mercial Threaij t7"o. 108.06
j Pollock, Adolph E. ? George
Schlnzel & Son. 395.50
I Pam Dressmakers, Inc.?Commer?
cial Thr<>;?<! Co. 184.2S
Pearson, Minnie il.?H. Pearson;
I '.'uai.-y, Joiui A.?E. B. Jennings. 619.83
? Rosenhain, Jack (Crocket P.utton *
Co.) -K. Bonascla et al. 413.60
i ROBenberg, .Lick, Joseph Frank
and Harry Warshaw (Trlangiy
i Trading Co.)?J. B. Lewie. 1,067.40
Royal.- Indemnity Co, ? Krisel
Solomon, Inc. 1 575 44
Relliy, Chas. T - -J. I, Moses et al. '20581
Stern, Elias M.?C. W. Tripper
c ?l aY"\*.,'?',. 907.60
Schwarts, Samuel D.?M. Berger. 244 40
Shavv, Je?i 1*., !ir.,i Alexander
Johnston?W. c. Duncan. 1,244 14
Stern. Leo (L. Stern & Co.)?J. M.
Applebaum .. . 103,B4
Stevens, Harriet B.?J. McOovern 336.20
Tatanls, Petros L. (Caracanda
Uros.)?Bunguy & eiurrsburg;
costs. 120 2
Valent!, Giuseppe?D. Vlllau..., 152.06
Wolf, Morris?C F. Goldsmith.. 1,050 19
Sam?;?Same . U4 j
In Bronx County
Block, Alh'-rt?1210 Boynton Ave.
?? W. Sauer Corp.?T. Bloeh et al 673.86
1 Comode Egidlo --Ebling Brew?
ing Co. 140.72
?Dl Pasqual?. V1M--N. Callo.... 811.38
Foeppel, Alexander?1210 Boyn?
ton Avenrue Corp. 66.60
Kutinsky, Lou.h I.?Edwin Alex
andi : ?v ? o., Inc. 419.20
! King, Peter W. ? W. Donovan..., 74.?31
: Lane, Mary, .?ir.d James W. Peters
B. B. Dado*). 9,390.11
Marx .lohn, and Ralph?J. Wat
; Rollo, Carlo?Bronx Consumers'
Wirsing, Joseph?.7. A. Steinmetz. 66.72
The nrM name Is that or the debtor: the
second that of th?: creditor and date irhen
?judgement, was died;
In New York County
.?,-', Stollanes, and Athunasla
-New Amsterdam Casualty
Company; January 20, 1919..., $1,000.00
i ank - A. M. liroughton;
i June It. 1020. 1, ?80.70
: Kai.e?. Herbert B c. H. Dobbin
and rinotti? Company; January ?
' 28, 1916 . 2.0?8.76
.,?/..,> r, Gat? Fruit Company, Imx
?Federal Hugiir Refining Com?
pany,, Ine . Nov.?n.i,.?. ??9, 1920. :'.3S7.0S
? ? II Oreuu < Company, Inc.??
H. Llcht et al; December 1?,
1920 . 1.383.62
Ulli i, In? . J. B, H<
rmndez <-i i>), April 2d, J92?i
-if. Adeison et
si. May 12, 1911. 114.94
Wtegand, Lena??J, B, Dunn; F*b
ruai y 19,-1919 . ,. 199.83
Underwood, Walter /i ??Sterling
Tool and Maehln? woik?. Ino.;
Iiit?mii"i ?, l&?O. 429.11
Bdelson, John, and Jane i'. M.
Hchf.e.r; gijtrt? mb? i 17. 1920..,. 124.6(
In Bronx County
Green'? Aut'? Van und Kxjiress
Company- ?/I Murphy; Feb?
ruary it?, 1999. M.10T.9I
?f*ri,riy, Wait?i t> M A. bump
I ?ey: Jun* I, ISlI (0fl?eoU?d),,, 191.21
One Plane Off !
In Search for
Repairs Made at Albany,
Lieut. Beau Begins Flights
Intended to Cover Every
Mile of the Adirondacks
Gews in Weather Records '
Heavy Snow May Have Kept ;
Bag So Low as to Cause!
Collision With High Peak ;
One of the two army DH-4 biplanes,
which were to search the Adirondack
region for the missing naval balloon
A-5598, which left the Rockaway Naval
Air Station Monday morning, Decem?
ber 13, got away yesterday, according
to telegraphic advices from Albany
The machine waa piloted by Lieu- ,
tenant Lucas V. Beau. F. B. Johnson j
was to have piloted the other.
Both irplanes had been slightly !
damaged .while making the landing at j
Albany Saturday, and repairs had |
been held up until spare parts could
be sent from Mitchel Field, Mine?la.
Lieutenant Beau made the flight to
Albany in record time.
Both airpl mes had been slightly ,
Adirondack region, using Glens Falls ?
as their base. The first flight will be
to the Canadian border by way of
Wells, Hamilton County, where the
balloon was last sighted. On their re?
turn they will take a different route,
and continue these tactics until every
mile of the Adirondacks has been cov?
Wind Blew Toward Canada
A more detailed examination of the
weather conditions along the supposed
route of the. balloon revealed some new
'actors of importance yesterday. This
examination showed that during Mon?
day, Tuesday and Wednesday of last
week the lov.- pressure center of the j
violent storm was generally located |
over the region of Lake Superior. This i
means that if the balloon crossed the I
international border somewhere be- ;
tween Cornwall and Ogdensburg it '
would be carried to tin westward on j
Canadian territory, as the winds ?
veered in that direction around, the low
The weather conditions also show.
that a heavy downfall of snow oc- j
curred over the Adirondacks, in some ?
places reaching a depth of fifteen feet. |
This downfall occurred at the time the
balloon must have been passing over!
the 'nountaintius region, and conse
anently a considerable amount of snow
must have been deposited upon its en?
velope. The weight of this snow, ;
coupled with the cold weather, that
would cause a contraction of the hydro- i
gen gas, would prevent the balloon
from rising more than 2,000 feet. Some
of the peaks in the Adirondacks are
above this altitude.
Weather authorities declared yester?
day that if the balloon did meet with
disaster in the Adirondacks it would
be a difficult task to locate it in the
heavy snows? that now cover that re?
Every effort is being made by the
authorities of New York State and the
Canadian government, in conjunction
with the Navy Department, to locate
the three officers who v.ere in the bal?
loon. They are Lieutenant- A. L.
Kloor, Walter Hinton and Stephen A.
At the Rockaway Naval Air Station
yesterday it was pointed out that these
three officers would have no difficulty
in improvising snowshoes from the
basket of the balloon. One of the offi?
cers there discovered for the first time
since the balloon has been missing that
Lieutenant Kloor carried with him a
Luger automatic pistol equipped with
a shoulder brace This weapon could'
be used for hunting purposes. It was
also stated that a comfortable camp
could be made from the materials of
the balloon itself and the equipment
connected with it.
Profits Show Increase
The annual report of tho Cuban
American Sugar Company, issued yes?
terday, showed net profits of $12,117,
191, contrasted with $7,091,296 for the
fiscal year ended September 30, 1919.
Translated into percentages, last year's
surplus was equal to $11.5(5 a share
earned on $10,000,000 common stoc*
fpar value $10), contrasted w.th $65.38
a share earned on $10 000 000 stock (par
value $100) the previous year.
Total sales last year were $92,744.
415. an increase o040,997,251. Charges
of $10,165,468, tm report stated, in?
cluded bond interest, discount on not.'s
and $8 500.000 reserved for income and
war profits taxes and on revaluation o?
the company's stock of refined sugar.
The reserve for depreciation was $1,
New York Metal Market
On the New York Metal Exchange
tin was weak, with Class A quoted at
[email protected]; Class D, [email protected]; Straits
shipments, 32(^35.50c. Copper wtjak;
: spot and December. 33.75, and January
und February, 14c, all asked. Lead
veak; New York. spot. 4.65c, and East
St. Louis. 4.55c, both asked. Zinc steady;
. New York, spot, (i.05c; East St. Louis,
| spot, 5.75c asked.
London metal prices follow. Lead
spot, ?23 5s; future.?, ?24 10s. Zinc
?spot, ?26; futures, ?27 7s 6d. Copper
! standard, spot, ?74*. futures, ?74 6s;
sales, 150 tons spot and 450 tons fu?
tures; electrolytic, spot, ?85; futuros
?87. Tin. standard, spot. ?207 10; fu
i tures, ?211 5s; sales, 100 tons spot ant
430 tons futures.
. .. '.
Stocks* Ex Dividen?I
! Date Company P?r C??nt
Dec. 711?AU America Cables, Inc.... 1 "t
Dec. 23?All-gh. i.y <v W Ry Co, Ltd. 3
Dec. 24?Allis-Clial Mfg Co, pf. 1 \
? Dec. 21?Am Drake Hlioe & Fdy Co
I Temp . 1
Dec. 21? do pf Temp. 3?;
Dec. 30?An? Steel Foundries. a;
Dec. 31?Associated Oil Co. 1 ?^
Dec. 31?At'-h Top ?Sr 8. F. Ity Co, pf 2 M
Dec. 27?Atlantic Coast Line R R Co :!'<
Dec. SO?Atlantic, Oulf & West Indies
? S. a Lines. &
Dec. 27?Chuso Nat Bank & ("hase
Sec Corp. liltrw T C, Rets ?a
Dec. 22?Chic, Ind St Louis Ry Co, pf 2
Dec. 21?Cluett, Piahody & Co, Irn-, pf 1 ??;
Dec. 21?Columbia Bark-2 >x and 4
Dec. 24?Computing Tab R?-c Co. 1
De?a 27?Cons Ins Co. 2 u
Dec. 31?Detroit Edison Co. 2
Dec. 31?Fifth Ave Dank of N Y.... ti
?Deo. 31?First 'Nat Bank.. 10 ex and 10
Dec. 24?tleu eilgar Co, Inc, deb pf
Temp .?. 1?
'Dec. 31? Cold & Stock Tel Co. IV
Dec. 21?Ooodrlch, B F Co, pf. i?j,
?Dec. 21?Hablrshaw Ele?; ?*ubl?? Co . ?",?.
Dec. 31 ? International Agrlcult Corp
1 Pf . 1 ?,
I Dec. 24?Int Harvester Co. n
I Dec. 24? do ?lock . 2
i Dec. 24?island Creek Coal Co.. IV
Dec. 24? do pf. IV
Dec. 24?Kan ?'. Ft Scot! & Mem
Ry St Tr Ctf? 1% pf. 1
. Dee. 31 ? Moii'in Val '! i ac Co pf. ?
Deo. 21~MontB7omery, Ward & Co, pf. Ia
De.-. ;;i ? Nm Biscuit Co. i?j
f'?.-- 24.Nat. ,?'l?y Bank....! e? and 4
Dec. 31?Xlag-ara Falls Power Co, pf, l*
Doo. 31?Northern Cfentral icy Co.... 2
Dec. :u Northweutern Tel Co.. i'.
I '?c. ?2?Owiiiis Bottle Co. ?
Mi.i-. ??'?-- 'Jo pf . . . 1 a,
Dec. 31 ?Pacllt- T?*,l * Tel Co. pf. 1?,
Dee. 24?-Pond Crk Coal Co. '? ex and '
Dec. 23?ReadltiK Co, 2d pf . >,
Deo. 31?Sinclair Coiim rj|| Corp, Temp
stock . 2
Dso. 31?V N Industrial Alcohol Co, pf 11
Dec. 37?Vlm-lriln. Iron. Coal & Coke.. 3
Duo. 81? do Ry A Power Co. pf
stock ?1%. H
Dite. 22?West Pocilio H U Corp pf. . . I?
Dee. il?Wilson *t Co, Inc, pf,..., i?
Italy Agitates Action
To Lift U. S. Alien Ban
Foreign Minister To Be Urg?ed
to Intervene; Senate to
ROME, Dec. 20.?At a conference be- :
tween the Emigration Committee and
the Commissioner of Emigration to-day
it was decided to pret-ent a memoran?
dum to the Foreign Minister urging the
government to take action to prevent
emigrants being barred from entering
Prom The Tribune's Washington Bureau
WASHINGTON, Dec. 20.?Plans for
hearings on the immigration bill re?
cently passed by the House will be
considered at a meeting of the Senate
Immigration Committee to-morrow.
Senator Colt, of Rhode Island, chair?
man, and a number of the members
will favor hearings and oppose rushing
the bill through.
Senator Colt said he was not con?
vinced that a horde of immigrants was
preparing to come to the United States,
in view of the figures of recent months
from the Bureau of Immigration.
He said the committee would con?
sider the need of emergency legislation
i.nd the need of permanent restrictive
legislation. The committee is about
evenly divided on the wisdom of an
emergency measure temporarily shut?
ting out immigration.
Senator France, of Maryland, said he
was particularly opposed to putting up
a bar against the Je'.vs and the Irish.
British Oil Man Denies
Field Is Posed to V. S.
Rights Claimed by Standad in
Palestine Compared to Meso
LONDON, Dec. 20.?Sir Charles
Greenway, chairman of the Anglo
Persian Oil Company, in a speech to?
day dealing with the oil controversy
between Great Britain and the United
States, said there was no cpies+'in ft'
closing the door against America to
the world's potential oil field:?.?. Ho
s>iid the Standard Oil Company before
the war claimed certain oil rights in
1'alestinc which would have the effect
of neutralizing the complaints against
the British war-acquired rights in
v.(J,..,,>. f. mi a. The speech, according
to The Times, may be taken as repre?
senting the British official view of the
:? lit rove rsy.
Sir Charles argued that if the Stan?
dard Oil Company's rights in Palestine
were to be recognized the rights of
other nationals must be recognized.
He said nobody could reasonably object
to American producers claiming a fair
share of the world's oil supplies, but
every other country was entitled to
object to America's demanding a per?
manent 80 or 85 per cent of the world
Sioux City Bank Fails
SIOUX. CITY, "Iowa, Doc. 20.?The
Bankers' Finance Company went into
the hands of a receiver this afternoon.
The company is capitalized at $2,000,
000. No statement of assets or liabili?
ties was issued.
j.-OTt ACCOUNT ?OF WHOM ?T MAY
T. ,1. Phillips * Co., auctioneers, office
158 Broadway, will offer k?. auction at
lixchmiKi Salesroom. No. 14 Vesey St.,
Now York City, on Thursday, December 23,
17120, at 12:30 P. M. :
26 share? Eureka PI pi? Lin?-.
100 shares Hocking Valley Railway.
108 shares Central Hudson Steamboat pf.
100 ?hares Cent. Hudson Steamboat com.
50 Hhares Staples & Handford pf.
3.1 shares Staples A- Handford com.
$?,000 Staples St Handford 5%.
$5,000 Philippine Railway 4%.
r, shares Western Light & Power pf.
12 shares Western Light & Power corn.
?tlO,000 Wich. Fails & Northwest Railway
$8 00O St.. Joseph ?ft Grand Islan?! 1
30 shares Monroe Eckstein Brewery
872 shares Baron Hirsch Cemetery.
800 shares Hall Switch & Signal.
700 shares Ilendee Mfg. Co.
500 shares Dome Mines.
BOO share? International Nickel,
400 shares Philadelphia Co.
300 shares Savage Arms.
76 shares American Light. * Traction.
200 shares Nova Scotia Steel & Coal.
100 shares American Malt ?-. Grain.
100 shares Blsenlohr pf.
2? shares Elsi-nlohr com.
|3,400 Certificate Wark Producing Co.
200i,i share,-? Alabama & Great So. Ry, pf.
200 shares General Electric.
100 shares Worthlngton Pump A.
200 shares Austin, Nichols & Co. pf.
55 shares Famous Players pf.
100 shares Ida & Co. pf.
! 100 shares Pequot Oil Co. of Delaware;
110 shares American Telrgraphono Co.;
] !0 shares do; par $1?*.
to shares l'an - American Steamship
Corp. of Delaware pf; par 1100.
Buhares do coin; par $100,
110 shares Eynon Graphite <:'o. of Dela?
ware: par $100.
4.70 shares General Service Corp, of New
York pf; pur $10.
240 do com ; par $10.
10 shares New Jersey Observer Pub?
lishing Co.; par $10.
60 Monmoutli Publishing Company pf;
10 shares Republican National Press of
New York; par $10.
4 shares Pascack Journal Publishing
Co. of N. J. ; par $25.
Trust Certificates for $100 shares Belle
torre Estates, inc., of N. Y. pf;
i Trust Certificates for 170 shares Belleterr?
Estates, Inc., of N. Y. com; pai
70 shares Thompson Engine Starter Co,
of N. Y.; par valise S100.
7.0 shares Newli'n-Haines Co. of N. j.
8% cumul?t tvo pf C/D; lfl'l pai
500 shares P.rltish Timber Corp., Ltd.. ol
Canada Voting Tr. Certf; par $1,
*1),500 Collegpnrt Land & Water Companj
of Texas 6% Mortgage Notes, wltli
coup<in ,|?j?: October 1, 1916, at
600 shares Cook & Swan; par $100.
"One-quarter interest In oil lease to 2(
: acres belonging to W. R. White and wife
\ conveyed by deed recorded in Vol. 83, p
;i83 Deed Records of Eastland County
A "6% Interest In the Dunham Syndicate
covering oil and gas leases on S.ri-50 Here?
in the Counties of Coryell and Lampasas
State of Texas."
! Certificate No. 01 Common Stock Trusl
Scrip for $50 of the Coosa Port
land Cement Co. (Par $100.00.;
' Certificate No. 4f,3 Common Stock Trusi
Scrip for $10 of the Coosa Port
land Cement ?'o. (Par $100.00.
Certificate No 10?! Interim Certificate foi
interest In Trust. Certificates to b?
Issued under voting Trust of 101?
for 66 shares Coos?. Portlan?
Cement Co; <P;?r $100.00,)
; Certificate No. fl82 Interim Certificat?' toi
internst in Trust Certificates to b?
Issu?.1 under voting trust, of 101?
tor 10 shares Coosa Portlam
'dement Co. (Par $100.00.)
Certificate of Deposit No. 166 for $l,00i
Coosa Portland Cement 1st .Mtg
6% 30-year gold bonds.
1st lot?100 shares Edgeinere Crest; pa:
value $100 per share.
2d lot?8", sharps Bdgemero Crest.
50 i,h?r,?s Hudson Bealty,
3d lot?620 shares Hudson Realty.
42 shores Amurrdson Really.
40 shares Edgemere ?'rest.
2V4 shares Scarsdalc Holding Co
;: certs, indebtedness, each $5,000
issued by Broadway Flushing Co
Intir.'St from July Is!. 1913,
Certificate No. 883 for n;'6 shares of Am.
<~Ui Sr. Qua Co., Incorporated under the law
of th-* State of New York, which certificat?
Is in the name of P. It. .Mimes, also'car
tlficate No 596 for 2.038 shares uf the earn
company In the same name.
Also certificat? representing 2.03T 1
Hhari-s of stock of Amo <dl & Gas Com
pany and certificate for 837 shares of Am
Oil & ?ins Company. The pur value of th
stock Is $1.00.
400 shares Degrron contracting Com
[?any; organized under law* o
N? v. Jersey; per 1100.00.
50,000 shares MUUken Bros., Inc., U. 1
4 C, common stock.
6,000 shares Aluminum M?iais .?i Alloy
Corp. (MorkAl syndicate certlfl
cat? <?f deposit.)
3,000 ?hares Oklahoma Oil Company.
lien held l.y the undersigned against th
following <1<-Herlb?"l r-"r??inai property: .2
ions Manganese Antl-Frlctlon Metal and !
t(;ns Number 4 Babbitt, now ?tore?! at 11)
Diamond st., In Hi? Borough of Ctrnoklvt
City of New York, the undersigned will se!
sii'h personal oruportv at public nunion 1
the hliheut bidder to ?satisfy such lien, unde
li<- ?llrectlon of Alexander Nawmurk. Am
tloneer, at 192 Dlanion?! ?t.. Borough ?
i? lyn ?"tu of N.w york. at 11 A. M
on the 31st day of December. 1930. Date
i'ei ?HI ,1 ,'>'!?i
UNITED MJCTALS COnp'N, Llenor
Living Cost Falls
7 P. C. Since July,
Survey by Industrial Con?
ference Shows Prices of
Food and Clothing Lead
in Decline in Necessaries
The National Industral Conference
Board, in a report issued yesterday.
: finds that the cost of living decreased
7 per cent btwee-n July, 1920, and De?
cember. 1920. The peak of ices was
rea-hed in Ju'y of this year.
The cost of living in July, 1920, as
compared with that n July, 1914, in
crased 104 per cent.
Th?> average cost of clothing de
| ciined 22.9 per cent, between July 1910,
I and December, the board's figures
! show. Food prices are nearly 12 per
. cent lower this month than they were
I in July, accord.ng to the survey.
Percentages' ol increases in the cost
of living between July. 1914, and De
I cember, 1920, are: July, 1915, 5 per
? cent; July, 1916, 8.7 per cent; July,
I 1917 31.3 per cent; June, 1918. 52.2 per
i cent; November. 1918, 65 per cent;
! March. 1919, HO.5 per cent; July, 1919,
I 72 q per n?r>t; November. 1919, 82.3
per cent; January, 1920, 90.2 per cent;
\x iv.jj, i..?_u, ii-j.ii per cent; March,
| 1920, 94" per cent; April, 1920 .96 per
cent; May, 192.0, 101 per cent; June,
1 1920, 10:? 'per cent; July, 1920, 104 per
cur. Angus;, 1920, 103 per cent; Sep
. tember, 1920, 99 per cent; October,
1 1920, 97* per cent; November, 1920, 93
; per rent; December. 1920, 90.1 per cent.
The board's report shows that there
I have been decreases ir. the costs of
food and clothing and increases in tho
j costs of shelter and fuel and light
j since July of this year. The percentage*?
follow: Food, 11.9 ner cent decrease;
? shelter, 5.1 per cent increase; clothing,
I 22.9 per cent decrease; fuel and light.,
; 20.5 per cent increase; sundries, 3.3
; per cent increase.
! Six Cleveland Banks Merge
CLEVELAND, Der 20.-?-Hans for
I the -?merging of six local banks, with
a capital and surplus of $33,000,000 and
1 resources in excess of $3i0,000,000,
I uere completed to-day. The? merger,
! to be known as the Union Trust Com
t puny, will combine the Citizen^.' Sov
! ings and Trust Company, First Na
| tional Bank, Union Commerce National
j Bank and the First. Trust and Sav?
ings Company. Two other savings
I banks will join the consolidation after
? the first of the year.
CHAMBERLAIN, LYDIA C?IN PURST"
anco of an order of Honorable John P
Cohalan. a Surrogate of th<? County ot New
York, NOTICE la hereby given to all per?
form having: claims against Lydia C. Cham?
berlain, lute (W the Cunty ?if New York,
deceased, to present the qame with vouch
ere thereof to 1he subscriber, ?r IL? piae?
of transacting business, No. 26 Broa?*
Street, Borough of Manhattan. In th? City
of New York, on or before the 7th day o*
adieu, iN<iw York, th? 6th day or July.
THE NEW Ye;>RK TRUST COMPANT,
Tem;)orar> Adminl itrator.
KHRICH, WHEELER & WALTER. At
torrieys for Temporary Administrator.
M Wall Street, Borough of Manhattan.
1 _i2'*y_n?liL Ccunt" ??* New Torn
| RUSH C nAWKlNS.?IN PURSUANCE OF
an order of Honorable John P. Cohalan,
I a Surrogate of tho ?bounty of New York,
NOTICE Is hereby given to all persons hav
j inii claims a-ain.it Hush ?77. Hawkins, ia;o
! of the County of New York, deceased, to
present the same, with vouchers thereof, to
the subscriber, at Its place of transacting
' business at tho ornee of Edward N. Perkins,
.-a.. 54 William .Street, in tho City of N?w
Yorl.i or before :he 18lh day of June next.
Dated, New York, the 4th ?lay of Deccm
UNITED STATES TRUST COMPANY OK
i NEW YORK, Temporary Administrator.
EDWARD X. PERKINS, Attorney for
'renui.iii.irs- Administrator, Olflce und
Postpfrlee Address, No. 7,1 William Street,
P.orough of Manhattan, New York City.
IN" PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER Of
Honorable John P. Cohalan, a Surrogat?
of i no County of New York.
NOTICE 1? hereby given to ail persons
having claims against John Van R. Hoff,
late of Washington, D. C7., deceased, to pre?
sent the Home with vouchers thereof :o tbe
subscribers at their place of transacting bue
lness et the office of the Metropolitan Truat
?Company of tthe City of New York, at No
Id Wall .Slreet, In the Borough of Manhat
1 tan. in the City of New York, on or before
the 10th day of January next.
Dated. New York, the 30th day of Juna.
METROPOLITAN TRUST COMPANT O?
THE CITY OF NEW YORK,
I RUSSELL M JOHNSTON
1 WARF FTC >1 FSE MAN'S.SALE
OF GOODS FOR
IN ACCORDAiNCE WITH THE PROVTS
Ion of law, there being due and unpaid
chartfes for which the untleisigned, STAN?
DARD STORAGE WAREHOUSE, Is entitled
1 to .-. lien as warehou ornan on the goods
hereinafter de-scribed ??nd due notice hav
: ing been given to all parties known to
claim an interest therein, and the time
' specified in auch notic.? for payment of
such ' liarces having expired, there will he
t sold at public auction a! our Warehouse,
! 1681 Broadway, New York City, ON" MON
I HAY, JANUARY I0TH, 11121. AT 10:30 A.
i M? and on MONDAY, JANUARY .'?1ST,
j 1921. AT 10:30 A. M., and If the sale
; thereof Js not completed on said date.; the
: same win be continued at t1-. same place
? at our Warehouse, ? f>s ? Broadway, on each
and every Monday thereafter, beginning at
10:30 A. M. on each day and continuing
. until all goods are .sold, to wit: Household
furniture, consisting of parlor suifs, bed?
room suites dining room suites, library
I furniture, pianos, vlctrolas, musical insta?
lments, carpets, rugs, trunks, boxes, barrels,
I suit cases, contents consisting of clothing
I !in?-n. I.ks, papers, stationery, pictures,
? brlc-a-brac, china and glassware, baby
carrlagos, silverware, beddings, draperies
; : .ater?ala and other personal ?effects,
, etc., ?is enumerated In the warehouse In?
ventory Issued by this warehouse and held
for tho accounts of the following parties
aa..'i....'. AMERICAN CADETS, MRS. !?*.
W. BABCOCK. MR. C. E. BARKER, BEALL
. - SYL\ A> . B. A. BINGHA-M, .1. A LI ?ION
;:DONE, JOHN or GERTRUDE BRAKE
FIELD, E, N. BREITUNG, MFSS E BKIN
GOLD, MRS. ELIZABETH BROWN, M. B.
BRI'MBBRG, BURR i- CO., MR. ALLEN
CAMPBELL, MRS. MARY A. COX, ROB
I EKT CtITHBI.IT, MR. DB FOE. C. E.
I HI?"*??'Hl. ANDREW DREIER. PHTLLTF
DREW, MRS. E. DURGIN, DUNN, PON
i TIAC HOTEL CO.; CHARLES EASTMAN
| MRS I. 1? EVANS, M ?la. A. FERAO MRS.
:'.'. Vf. FINN, l?7. S. F1NNEY, MR FREE
FORRESTER, HOMER N FURLING
?? . ''. ? IERBICH, C. .1. Gl LLETT, M RS
i ESTA GIRVIN, MISS LIZZIE HALLO
RAN, GEORGE 'i". HANfHETT, MR F
; HANSON BEN HARNEY, PONTIAC
HOTEL CO.; J IT. HASSAN. MRS. (7. K
| HENNINGS, MRS. .1. E. HILL, JOHN
?HOLMES, INVENTIONS CORP., T. C
MEADOWS HI'TCHINGS & BURDICK
! ACCOUNT OF INVENTTOiVS CORP.; P. F
HOAVARD, .1"! 1 N'S. >\ & G ALSTON, .TEA!?
; .'. ALI.ARD. SAME ACCOUNT; JARNS
I WORTH, PONTIAC HOTEL CO.; J. ?
KEARNEY, GERTRUDE A. KERB
SARAH D. KYTB, MISS A. LAW, F C
LANOLEY, - I'- EDERICK LAWRENCE
PONTIAC HOTEL CO.. JOHN I.l'DIN*
MANACBR, LAWRENCE LIBERT!
?BRIOL <'t). (VAL O'FARREL, PRES.)
MR. CHARLES F. LIGHTHOUSE. MR. I.
F. LONG, MISS EDNA LUBY, HARRI
MacFAYDEN, MISS P. McOOWRAN, LIZ
'/IE MAIIKIl, LUIGI MAINERE, MR, A
I?. MARK. MKS. KATE MASTERSON
JAMES MBECHAN, MRS. S. B. MENA
.MRS. KATHERINE MEYERS. MRE
CHARLES MEYERS. GEO. \. MILLER
L. MILLER, MRS. SIDNEY MTTUHELI
.(AMES I-'. MORAN, MR. A. L. MORRN'C
| MOTOR SEt'URITIES~CHAS, II EAGLE
SON, COULTER Si BOND, AT'I'YS. FOI
MOTOR SEC: MISS DORA MURRA>
HARRY C. ?MYERS. E. J. NORRIS, MRS
ASTA O'CONNOR. PALMER, PONTIA'
HOTEL CO.; HORACE E. P-VRKER, MRS
IS it. PHILLIPS.-ACCOUNT OF MRS. I
It. ROBINSON; Miss R. H. PLATT, r>
M. PLATT PONTIAC HOTEL CO.. JOH!
LUDIN. MGR.; MRS. H. PORET, MRS
Tl>A POTTER, MHS GBOROB REMON1
RICHARDSON, PONTIAC HOTEL CO
17 11 ROSENBERG. ROLAND RUSF
TON, MR. P. M CROPPER. MRS. El
WIN STEVENS, J. R. SIWMMAN. MK,
'?BO, A SIIBRL1NG, V. Il STOCKELI
'I'ARGET & GENRL MPG. CO., P. E. TAI
LOR, JOHN THOM, MRS. L, A. TOOT]
CHARLOTTE VON ROSENBERG, U'l
?.Aril PONTIAC HOTEL e.'O.: CAPT. OB?
A WASHINGTON, THOMAS II. VVEBJ
ADOLPH WENZI, MR lit D. WHITI
MR. ?..'. WALSON, LEON WI?1TLEY, M It
1-7. ?". WILLBT8, M"1.1.IE MIDLER, CAI
OLINE FLOYD COLEMAN. ACCOUNT O
WILLBTS GERTRUDS WILSON, MR
.1. W?RZBURGER, MR. B. P. IVVI.K!
The K.io.is win b? on exhibition al the tin
i. re'? place of ?ele, unit on each ?lay of nal
STA N D A R D STO RAG E
New York City
Help Wanted ??? ?l ? Boarders Wan'ed
???st Want Advertisements,^?.?
r^nejne.xs Opportunities _ Lost, Found and Reward?
LOST, FOUND AND REWARD
Lr??T??n Friday, December 17, between
***3 West 27th at. and 9th av elevated,
?*? ver mesh bag with gothic ed^-c frame,
"??ntaintng key, card, powder box and
small sum of :..?. ioy; liberal reward, no
?,uPst'ona asked, f?.., return. Notify Box G
117, Tribun-?, i*
Diamond platinum pin. containing :37
stones, 7 large stones In center. Scbuyler
; least Bankbooks
i LO?ST?Bankbook No. 82,265 of the 1". S.
I Savings Hank of N. T. Payment stopped.
! Pleas? return book to bank.
' LOST?Bankbook No. 77.501 of the Union
? Dime Savings Bank is missing. An*
? person having a. claim to It is hereby
called upon to present th? same within
ten days or submit to having said pass
boo] canceled and a new one issued. ?
i LOST?Bankbook No. 297,302 of the Sea?
man's Bank for Savings, 70 Wall st.
j Payment stopped. Please return (o the
i FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET
| East Side
I 73th St., bet. Madison and Park Aves.
Room with pr?vala hath, $15 weekly up
? ward; all hotel comforts.
TELEPHONE PLAZA S100.
10TH ST., 250 WEST?Large and small
rooms, newly furnished; men only. ??cheu
i 113TH ST, ?522 *W. (Apt. 61)?Delightful
I room, adjoining bath ; for one or two
I gentlemen ; high-class apartment house.
I 1621) (285S Eighth ave.)?Well furnished
single roor.i, with private family; one
block to "It" station; $4. Jackson.
?50-652 WEST 125TH STREET.
l.ll?ht. airy outside rooms, every con?
venience: transient, $1 up; permanent,
weekly. $5 up; with bath, transient. $2.7.0
up; weekly, $15 up; all cars pass door;
he'.iJ block from Broadway subway station,
TELEPHONE MORNINGS1DB 64-* & 70*.
HOTEL BRADDOCK, 126th St. and 8th
Ave.?Single rooms. $2 a. day; doubl?
rooms, $3 a day; sinylo room with bath,
$J a, day; single room by the week. $9 up.
HOTEL CALVBRT, corner 41st et. and
Broa'lway?Rooms, with hot and cold
running water; $10.50 weekly upward; hotel
ROOMS with hot and ?old running water;
telephone in eaeh room; $12*50 upward.
HOTEL NORMANDIE, cor. ?way and 38th
yt. Phone Pitzroy 6142
THE HEMLOCK HOTEL
384-SS6 SIXTH AVENUE, AT 2,1HD ST.,
HEART OF NEW YORK CITY.
Rooms: Singles, $7 up; doubles, $10 up.
PERMANENT OK TRANSIENT
0-1 7 CA p?-r wesk?Rooms with private
V1' ?*-"?-? bath; modern hotel .service: 12
story tireproof building.- HOTEL ABER?
DEEN, 32d st., between 5th av. and Broad?
way. Phono Penna 1000.
1 MACON ST. (near Throop ave.)?Neatly
furnished, large, square room, suitable
for two, connecting lavatory, for respon?
sible gentlemen only'; private family; $6.
PLATBUSH?2 rooms and private bath;
steam heat, electricity; Christians; refer?
ences. 14K> Ave. I. Phone 2386-R -Midwood.
WILL board refined child, two years or up,
reasonable, Jackson, 2858 Eighth ave.
ROCKLAND AVE., MAMARONECK, N. Y.
Ideal winter home; electricity, hot water
HR'H SCHOOL ADJOINING.
Excellent table; own cows, chickens and
garage, goo.! commuting distance;
TELEPHONE MAMARONE?'K 666.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
HOUSBWORKER?General; white: good,
plain cook; no laundry; three adults in
family. 1470 Avenue G, Brooklyn Tele?
phone 2271 Mansfield.
WAITRESS for country wanted; $70; ref?
erences required. Phono from 1 to ,i
Tuesday, 8490 Spring.
! COME ANT MINUTE after S p. m. for ??*?
retarial, bookkeeping, English, accounting.
: Phone Beekman 2723. Night-day. Bookie*..
?Diake Btisriess School. Tribune Building.
WANAMAKEIv REAUTT SCHOOL.
383 Fifth ave., near 30th st.
HELP WANTED MALE
.ASSISTANT BOOKKEEPER ? By Chris
j tian firm; permanent position: good
advancement; state ?ige, nationality, ex
! perlene?-, salary desired. G 163, Tribune.
j for Ford cars and tractors;
commission basis. Apply
by letter Ellis Tiger Co..
Gladstone, N. J.
SALESMAN?First class, wanted to travel
to large traile, with two trunks, for the
month of January; Americans only need
apply. Address in wriiin;;, stating salary.
R. P. W.. Hotel Commodoro, New York.
SALESMEN WANTED to sell ?Japan? ?? silk
hundkt-rchiefs for Christmas trad. : ex?
cellent opportunity to make ?urge commis?
sion earnings; deposit required. Call 240
Broadway, Room 16.
Rest proposition ever offered; will revolu?
tionize the Industry; company with IT?
years' experience to manufacture; liberal
commission. After 10 a. m., Wheten &
O'Dare, inc., 300 Madison avo.
j LEARN TO BE A CHAUFFErR?Pleasant,
profitable work; day and evening el?*??-?.
j Pend 'or fr?? booklet und visitor's p?*s?.
West Side 7. M. C. A.. 30? -.Vest 57th st.
AUTO INSTRUCTION, $1f>
I Day. evening; Cadillac. Studebaker, Mlt
? ch?ll. B. & M. Co.. 1303 Lexington ?ve.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE
' CHAMBERMAID-PARLORMAID ? Yount
Seotch woman, excellent; 4>?j years' ref
j er?ncea L? Miss Hofmayer's Agency, 10
[ H 43d st? 3d floor, tel. 8947 Murray Hill.
CHA MBERMA?D-WAITRBSS?City apart?
ment preferred; nut,, willing worker.
A.. .Miss H? ?-?haver's Agfncy, 10 East 43d
at., 3d fhfr Telephone Afl47 -Murray Hill.
CHAMBERMAID-WAITRESS (Swiss Prot
ostant) ; mat, capable, conscientious;
suburbs, Lonii Island ; exe? lient references;
$60. Mason's Agency, 18 W. 43d St.
girl: thoroughly experienced; apartment
pr?.f?rred; excellent references; $6,0. Mrs.
"Mason's Agency. 18 W. 43d st.
CHAMBERMAID?Useful: thoroughly ex?
perienced; nice, quiet, Bettlod maid;
highly recommended! ? ? i i >? ; $50, Mrs. Ma?
eon's Agenoy, is W 43d st.
IcHAMllBRMAID?Plain sewing; excellent
lent; reference?; city or country. C,
' Miss Hofmayer's Agency, 10 East 43<i st.,
3d floor. Telephone 8947 Murray Ulli.
CHAMBERMAID, Rood senmstross, young;
excellent references. Lunir & Boechoror
Co., 4" West 33d st.
I COOK, WAITRESS. CHAMBERMAID?
Capable colored ?tills; go an> where; $8fi,
$(10; three year* lust plsoe. Miss She?'?
I Agency, n E. 4l?t st. Murray Hill ?3774.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE
COOK?-Accommodator. luncheons, dinners;
excellent cook; moderate charges. N.,
Mi?s Hofmayer's Agentiy, 18 East i'Ui ex..,
3d floor. TV.'op hon y ??947 Murray Hill.
COOK.?Young. yry neat, competent, con?
scientious; nice disposition: apartment
**-.,...?rred ; excellent references; 575. Ma?
son a Agency. 18 W. 43d St.
COOK, WAITRESS, also chambermaid ; Prot?
estants: together or separate; excellent
references ; city or country. Ml?s Shaugh
nessy'a Agency, g?o Sixth ave.
COOK-?Very neat; thoroughly experienced;
exceptionally well recommended; West
a - :r County preferred; $70. Mrs. Ma
?on'a Agency, i S W. i3d stf
:!77 ? Excellent cook; goo.i references;
city or countrj-. K.. Miss Hofmayer's
? . ucy. 10 Easl 43d st . third floor. Tele?
phone v>47 Murray Hi!',.
COOK (colored); first class; splendid cook
and manager ; exceptional references;
most desirable; $S0. Mason's Agency. IS
W. 43d Et.
COOK?Capable; young; Irish; $75: two
year? last place; city or country. Miss
Shea's Agency, 6 E. 41st st. Murray Hill
COOK.?Neat, nice woman; excellent cook
manager; .suburbs, L?-;ng Island; best ref?
erences; $50. Mason's Agency. 18 W. 43d.
COOK, also waitress, young, compiten!; ;
together or separate; city or country.
Lang & Boecherer Co.. 43 West ;73d st.
COOK. CHAMBERMAID-WAITRESS, both
thoroughly experienced ; refcrencs. Shaugh
nessy's Agency, ?CO Sixth ave.
Dressmakers, Milliners, Etc.
DRESSMAKER?Gowns, wraps and furs;
also remodeling. 112 East 32d St.
General Honseworkers, Etc.
? HOUPEWORKER ? Bachelor's.. doctor's;
refined, nice appearing, thoroughly ex
? pcrienccJ English woman; splendid r fer
ences. Mason's Agency, IS W. 43d st.
! HOUSEWORKBR, competent: reference*;
city or country. Mrs. Cooper's Agencv,
! 657 Sixth ave.
j HOUSeWoRKER, good waitress; best ref?
erences; city. Bhaughnessy's Agency, 8?0
I Sixth ava
JJAUNDRESS, first class; city, country;
well recommended. Lnng & Bocchercr
"Co., 43 West 33d St.
CHILD'S NURSE, infant or older child:
unqualified recommendations; hospital
trained, ?'., Miss Hofmayer's Agency. 10
East 43d st., third door. Telephone 8947
NURSE -Can take Infant from birth;
Scotch Protestant; $'*>0, go anywhere.
.Use Shea's Agency, 6 B. 41st st. Murray
NURSERY GOVERNESS, young, compe?
tent, experienced; best reference?. Lang
,v Boecherer Co., 43 West 33d st.
YOUNG LADY, wishing to go to Scotland,
off? rs her services as children's nurse or
in taking care of elderly person In return
for part payment of passage. G 119. Tribune,
WAITRESS ? Accommodator, luncheons,
dinners: makes delicious salads, etc.;
moderate charges. M.. Miss Hofmayer's
Aeency. 10 East 43d St., 3d floor. Tele?
phon?' 8947 Murray Hill..
WAITRESS-PARLOR MAID, excellent city
references: good silver cleaner, etc, Mc?
Misa Hofmayer's Agency, 1" East 43d st.,
third floor. Telephone H547 Murray Hill.
WAITRESS? Capable; good appearing;
$60; city preferred; excellent references.
Shea's Agency, 6 B. 41st, Murray Hill H774.
WAITRESS or parlormaid; very desirable;;
best references. Shaughnessy's Agency, ?
860 Sixth ave.
? # -
STENOGRAPHER, Initiative. . executive
ability, capable handling volume detail.
Marc, 1306 Hoe ave.
SWITCHBOARD OPERATOR, ?ftice assist?
ant; 6 years' experience. Apt. 34, 622
COLORED COUPLE?Butler; useful: ex?
cellent, cook; entire work; $135; fine ref?
erences. Miss Shea's Agency, 6 E. 41st
st. Murray Hill 6774.
GIRL, colored; days wont; part time;
capable maid. Ray, 16 West 134th.
KITCHEN M A ID or USEFUL GIRL?New?
ly arrived bright. Irish girl; willing to
learn; $?1,0. Miss. .Shea's Agency, 0 L'. 41st
?st. -Murray Hill 6774,
OFT QUALITY HELP; reliable, competent
colored servants. Phono And, 2798, See
S.TUATIONS WANTED MALE
ASSISTANT to Sales Manager ur Adver?
tising Manager. Young man, 28, mar?
ried, tactful, able correspondent, sales an .
advertising agency experiehce, seeks eon
nection with a going Christian concern
which has real opportunity to offer. Not
a novice at this work. Salary $2,600 to
start, t; 120, Tribune.
BUTLER-VALET?Very neat, nice, effi?
cient (Filipino) ; exceptionally well rec?
ommended; ??SO. Mason's Agency, 18 W.
43d st. Vanderbllt 9063.
BUTLER?Capable; English; $90; any?
where; fine references Miss Sheas
Agency, 6 E. 4isl st. Murray Hill 6771.
COOK-BUTLER?Young, neat, very com?
petent (Filipino), exceptionally well
recommended. .Mrs. Mason's Agency, 18
W, 13d sr. Vanderbllt 900...
COUPLE?Cook-butler: neat, competent,
conscientious, young; brother, bic'.-r
(Filipinos); excellent references; city.
Mason's Agency, 18 W. 43d st.
COUPL.E? French and American; farme-;
cook; caretakers; $!n0; anywhere. Miss
Shea's Agency. 6 E. 41st. Murray Hill 6774.
HOUSEMAN (Irish Protestant); first class;
competent, conscientious; very highly
recommended; city: $80. Mrs. Mason's
Agency, 18 W. 43d st.
HOUSBWORKER?Filipino; young man;
?xc. lient cook and butler; $?S?">; four
years' references. Mis? Shea's Agency, 6 li.
41st st. Murray Hill ?774.
HOUSEMAN?Experienced young irish?
man; $60; anywhere; best referenies.
Shea's Agency. 6 K 41st. Murray HUI 0774.
HOUSEMAN, experienced four years; ?pi?n
did references. Miss Shaughnessy's Aguncy,
MO Sixth a\ i.
JAPANESE domestic help by professional
workers. 106 West ?46th st.; Bryant 77$7?
ACCOUNTANTS, audits, system* investi
gHtions, tax and financial reports, ar?
rangements firms without bookkeepers;
mstlr.ium service, minimum fees. Sundll
& Lieborman, 61 Chambers st. Worth 9398.
?ACCOUNTANT, long, varied experience;
all line books, opened, closed. Box 225,
thoroughly experienced, having sold my
business lately, desires to connect with
reliable firm; will consider position paying
i $3.00? up, air. 29 years old and can furnish
?Al references. G 16:;. Tribune.
LAWYER, with eleven years' active prac
tlc?>. now located In Middle West, desire?
to make change to tlie East; will ?on Ider
connection with legal or business' firm;
Scandinavian by birth. Hpeak the Scandi?
navian language? and has some knowledge
of German and French; officer in lato
World War with overseas service. D 1S6.
I YOUNG MAN. technical gra.iuate, wishes
position anything with future. G 160,
FURNITURE BUYER?Excellent oppor?
tunity for a high grade buyer; one who
has had experience in handling lue!? grade
furniture. ??lvc details of experience in
replying to ?h?^ manager of Siige-Allan
Company, Hartford. Conn,
JULIA M. ?QUINN, a very important mee
I ?age awaits vovt at Hotel Albeit.
Diamonds, Jewelry, Etc.
HAMONDS oought ai.d sold fYr ^TTT
from "ndlvlduats or estate?. BENNE*"?
7? Brcadway. ZA floor *
Dogs, Birds, Poulty, Etc]
BOOK ON DOG DISEASES
And How to Feed
America's Pioneer uoz Medirla??
Malled f?ee -.o any addr*??
H. CLAY b?LOVER CO.. ?NC
11J WEST 81ST ST.. NEW fOEK.
WE PAT hlghefit price? for
pianos, antiques, brlc-a-bra-, bock', .i
I ?*^ OABAT. " Unlver*uy *???Vu?
i POSITIVELT p?, Mt^eTT^TioTj^T
j ture. --mes. plano?, etc 5IA1*KH7 ?m
: Lni\erslt.- pi. Phone Stuyvesant 65S?
Pianos and Musical Instruments
PLAYER PIANO.~7Y* ? ,,,,
coat ta-. $1 200: uph ^ ll?*:
?neu JR5D-;. perfect condition KRAXtfu
et BACH. 16 Wesl : HarUmuJ
?STEINWAY PIANOLA. BABT pTr??
Cran*-, and Uprights. Mas'en H.?'?.*
l?(tby Grand and Upright. Grands, Un-irhi?
; Player Pianos for Sal? and , .; t f\Y?
t^'TAthj?"117 East "4in- -u *'***5
PRINTING, low price, t.000 carda not?,
heads. $2 40. Hess Co., 20? E ilTth.
Upholstery and Bedding
S A N DER S ? S 8
t. pholsterer, Decorator <i Cabinet \t?!??
Reliable work; reaeonabl? price? BetlMi
RHINELANDER 1984. 202 East eist S?
ABBE, CATHARINE AMORY BENNETT.
In pursuanci of an ordei of Hoi
John P. COhalan, a Surrogate ... the ?
ol Mi ,? s ork, ff? 'TH';: a . .,.... .
a I persoi ? having clalB ?atharia?
Ainnsv Bennett Abbe, ati ol th? County o?
fewFVork, deceased, to pi ?ent iho earn'
???.?ti vouchers thereof, to th? sui acrlbers t
their place of transacting i , at tbi
office of Perkins A- Train their attorneys, tl >
No. ?00 Filth Avenue, ' agh' o'
Manhattan, in ilie Citj of New York. fcS'a'f
of New York, on or before the 21st day o?
June, 1921, next.
Dated, New York, the ?th ?lav of Decem?
ARTHUR C. TRAIN
PERKINS & TRAIN. Attorneys for Sx
ecutors, Office and Postofllcs Address
No. 200 Fifth ?venue, Borough of Man?
hattan. New York City.
LOUISA W. SHELDON?In PURSUANOI
of an Order of Honorable JOHN P
COHALAN, a Surrogate of the Cumy o'
New York, NOTICE la hereby ?riven to
all persons having: claims against LOUISA
W. SHELDON, ?ato of lia.? County of Ne? ?
Vork. deceased, to present the s-?me wltb
ouchers ! hereof, to the subscriber, at hi?
? ? of transacting business at the otile?,
Daniel ?Seymour, his attorney. ?,; No
sn Broadway, in the Borough of Man?
hattan, In tho City of ?New York, ?tat?
of New York, on or before the 1st day of
June. 1921. next.
Datei New York, the 80th day of Novem?
EDWIN B. SHELDON.
DANIEL SEYMOUR, Attorney for Execu?
tor, Office and P. O. Address. 80 Brosd
way, Borough of Manhattan, Ne*? York
BROOKS. JOSEPHINE?IN PURSUANCI
of an order of Honorable JOHN P. CO?
HALAN, a Surrogate of the County of New
York, notice is hereby given to sil persone
h-iviriR claims against Josephine Brook*.
lato of the ..;;-' of Newport, Rhode IslHn?!.
ilaceasrd. to present the r.arrie with vouch
? ers thereof to tho subscribers at their
place of tri-nsactlnp bu-iness at the office
of th?; United States Trusl Compan; of
N?.w York, No. 4& Wall Street,
of New Y'ork, on or before the st h ?Jav o?
Dated, New Y'ork. the 30th dav of No
vi ?? a - r -j...
UNITED STATES TRUST C< 'MPANY OF
NEW YORK FRANK L. POJ K, Ancil?
DUES, STRONG & WHITBHEAD, At?
torneys for Vnclllar-y Executors, 4J
Exr.hii.nKe Place. Borough of Manhat?
tan, New York City.
PUBLIC 'NOTICE OF AN APPLICATION'
TO THE COMMISSIONERS OF Th&
LAND OFFICE FOR A GRANT OF LAND
FORMERLY INDER WATEB
TAKE NOTICE, that the undersigned will
file with the. Commissioners - ' !
Office on thr 19th day of Jan
application for a eran; of all
and interest of the People of
New York of. in and lo the
?inder water hereini ; ?
resolution ?.f sai.i ?
son 'ieemiiia himself liable o I ? '?
pram, should Ble bi fore -
Commissioners at the Caj
remonstrance stating his i I
ng Bald pian?.
Tho ;-:n.? formerly under ivater above
mentioned is bounded and I as fol?
lows, to wit:
ALL that tract or par.-., of I situate
in the City of New Fork, ?"? ,- f King*
,-irai State of New Yort and is
scribed as follows:
BEGINNING ai n point a a h Is
ion of - he east? rlj
si .. \vi and the northerh 11 - : "
St., said point being N . i IS" E. IL?
feet from the Intersection of
line of Hudson Ave and the S ' 'r*
? f Marshall St., thei
lino t f Hudson Avi
feet; thent ?? v 16 ?1
'?. 84?-67'-0>4" E 42.04 fi [hence N
70" E, 149 60 ' n til.
i rib, thence aloi a
the following courses and d
11.39 feet . S '. -, '
S. 36 -47'-26" E. 13.n? feet : N ? '?
341 10 feet to a point -.??;
lion of tl a. of the cril
li ' ?
"i the Brooklyn la,on <,.
' - 1". S ?'..?. ?-.,.
: W, US
I Marshal! Strei ? ? S
11.6+ feet to i
I line; thence alont ihe sa
36?.I thr? ugl Mi
I hence 22-1- feel a . - ?
! Haas? n Ave. to po
I Ing 160,980 Square I' ?
ccpting the rights of the
to la i In Marshall
i Hi GINNING : ' ? , is the ?
i ters? ctlon of th< ? ?? ?' ?'' ?
i ? on A-.. . an 1 the northi
St., said point being ?" E. '??
' feet fr?:m th.- Int? ? ?
line of Hudson A-.
of Marshall St. ;
street lino of Marshall
: 'it'S.42 feet I i the bi
, of the ?' a loi
' Union ' ?as Co. ;
I iect to tho Ori( . . .
! along the said h?gh watei i ne ? -feettoa
', point; thence 22-4- feet along
? Lin? of Hudson Ave. to the point I
; nil g, containing 9200 Square Feet, more <??
less ? .
ALL bearings referred to th- Tr-j? Men
ALL Boundinps referred to Mear -?
containing One hundred sixi usand. nine
hundred and eighty (160.98?: quare leei.
more or less. ,
The uplands of * ?e
adjacent to the lands api ?
? ;.s i. iif.ivs : .
On the north ? v M
wesi by Hudson i . i
John Stret : and on the eae
and said uplands are actua
the applicant , ..
h Is the Intention of P1*? .
appropriate the lands dee ?" ??T,
ricial enjoyment, the bs
fortnerlv under water which re?
l.\- predecessors In title of the applicant so-i
iifn-vi which permanent ?structures, locas ??
buildings have already (?ten trecied
Dated Deeentbej <;. 1920. .^.?re
THE BROOKLYN UNION GAS COMPAW?
By JAMES H. JOl 1?--'A-V,
Postofflce Address, 1<6 Remscn SitetM
Brooklyn, N Y.
CI'LI.F.N & DTK MAX,
Attorney? for Applicant,
171 Montagu?? Street.
Brooklyn. New York _,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TUAT TH-.
election of dlr?.?*tors for Apfelboif. lw"R
Watt & Noyer. Inc.. now known :
h.-rn. Klahr A Noyer Inc.. ? ' 'v'?.iYbi>
! h??.ld on the day ?leslgnated In the i^"lj*..'.
: and the directors not havlnit ? :''";".,??i
month tbei.-after ?-..... i ?
a meeting of the members ol th? ?Jr^J??j
potation for the purpose of electing '?'?' p V
thereof will he held at Room ?10, ?'??2
Row. in the Borough of Manhattan, ? !l-?.
New York, on the 5th day of .l?niiar>'. ?"*?
mi 4 p. m. in the afternoon of "*'?^5f'
Dated, New York. December 18th. iw
* Stockh.?l?1er of Sail Coipora???
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