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Loss on Buying Of Short Sellers Export Business Is Small, but Technical Position of Market Causes Good Demand; Prices Firm Ib? rolomc of business ln the wheat j msrket was of fair proportions and j prices were firm from the start. clos- ! W with net gains of 3*% to 4 cents. Xhe main sustaining feature in the jn&rket was a strong technical posi- ! tion arising from last weck's sharp' je.]jre and the fact that shorts were . dispesed to cover. The news of the ; (jjv was two-sided, and the fact was | eotfiuiented" upon that prices last week (Jeclir.ed sharply during the progress ; of l&rge export operations, while ye?- j tcrdt-v they advanced when the export demand was of small proportions. ln the local cash market No. 2 red and No. 2 hard were quoted at $1.9S"-2 ?. i. f. track New York, January ship jnent- . . k The range of prices: Saturday's Open. High. Low. Close. clo3e. ?Jlij..1.5S% 1.62'i 1.53 1.61% 1.57% Beavy Com Receipts Fail to Check Prices * Tr.e corn market was firm and high gr, closing with net gains of l*Vsc, de- \ ip'ite heavy receipts at primary points. ; . In the local cr.sh market No. 2 yel- ' ]ew was quoted at SS'ic; No. 2 mixed, 86c c. i. i- New York. ten days' ship- i ment Yesierday's Previous T<-ar New York- close. close (>p> JJo. 2 yellow...$0.S6% $0.S5% $1.70% * Chlcago: Mlv .<'5li -6SH 1.35*4 January.62% - 1.45 Ojjtj_Price changts (n tlie oats market *ere comparatively narrow, closing pric-s beins *ic net h'Sber. In the loc; 1 -ash market No. 1 white was quoted at 56 to jjtic; No. 2 while. 55 to 55%c; . No. 3 : whW 54 to 54 ^c; No. 4 white. 52 to |2t,c fancy clipped white. 57 tcf 67%i owiinary clipped white, 64% to 55%c; all J atsvator. Yesterday's Prevlous Year fffw York clos* close. oim. j Ko.3 white.*0.54?.54% $0.54 ,. $1.00 f'hlcago Juiy .44% .44% .83% Jlay.44% .44% .75% Rft? Flrrn. I Yesterday's Prevlous Year N?w York: r!o??. close aeo. j Ho. 2 Western.$1.?7 $1.84% $1.85% Flour and Meal?Quotationj were. .) Yesterday's Previous Y?ar | >>>w York: close clos'-. ntrn. | Fpspatj1"'?? 0.50 $9.25(^10 $13.75314.50 Cornm'i. 23 2 15 2.0C3: 2.15 3.^7% Rye_ 9? 7>.50 9.00? 9.59 8.50 fi 9.10 Bran ...35.00 35.00 49.00#50.00 Butter. Cheese and Eg/s Botter ? Recf Ipts were 6.60S packages Crfltn-.ery. higher than extras !b 60(@ I S6"4c; extras, 7'2 score, 49?49%c firsts. ? ii to 91 score, 46?4Sc; firsts. ?- I i B score. 42^t5c. seconds. 83 to 87 *cor?. J5@40c: lower gradeg, !)3?34c: unsalted. hlr'-er thar. extras 5S@S3%c; extras. 52 ?tt%c; firsts, i @50c; seconds, 35$ Uc held or storage, high e orins 48>4 *ttras. ?7%@4Sc; firsts. <l?4Sc; se i J "3?*H0c. lower grades, 2*' 30c: Danish ca3ks. freah, ?8%'@49%c: state dalry tubs, . fln<-st 4704SC: ?u?' 'o prlme, -i ?' '?? : eo-nnion to fair. 30?40c; ladles, ''?' mate\ ' rsis 2- - Oc; aec mds 24 lower gr-des. 22^ 23c; packing sl ? B.-rare. ? 24026c current r?ake. No. 1. ?3U?24c. No. 2. 23c; lower grades, 11 9t'e. Ch^?^-_RPCeipts werr- 476 hoxes. State, Uh '-rld. early ir.ad'-- flats, >-?>?? i-'s lb 27&?29c fall made. 2-" " 27.?: ? ,-??, ? :?? :-t run Stf 25%c; fr stl . H< ?25c average run. 2 ':24c- lower S0f>-22%c; twins *"? ' ' :-','' ?c ? .'?- ?? . . ? rai ?? "!' - '' '?' '.-?'?? '-,--!' (lais 2'!'rr2'<c; held twina - ??.;,.. ? . s he] ?, 25%^27c; dou ?\n PaWs, held, -45%0?7 i ' ? .'i^?V3:>!' 2*,fl4c:'fr<*sJi 3SSl"-?4!8%c: sU-is. kTja .;, -- . ' .....-, c?Toloe - ljt*1': - good, 12<; 1 \%c; ' w ,-r*<i*S. !0c. ? r,r. R .-,.? v.-.^-o 'fin-,, cn-'--. F-"s' rit**re ?. ?-as. -' r?n, 65c ? : -< ' . 7-, ?? ?. Ki@62c; >f"iW'< ? - , -.r ( ?;- tr. rood '??'?'? SWftfcn-'viTlil nnd ni-arby W-stem '-<??-." ? ... ,r.r, 7n., ? (.rr-n firsts r ' ... ???-?.?. -qt'-e-ed v.-'??<?? , ,, r.,:.? c ?-r; ?-,. on'&?- grades, r.O .::,. Pacific C ?>."?. w' ...... ? - , .- 7 -,-, ?: -,? first*. ''?'?? rtaA'* 7 ' I : p'll eti '.??'???? sl : '? ? ??? .- "? ? r-1 ;.r' Sr>']T>. TH. C-.-t'-' ' wi:-. , c ^f.-c? Pennsylvania an ...,.-.,. v.-??-..-n v-ennTS' browni px! **?? .-v^?d ' ?'wn and mix^d c"lo m.| r-i*-l extras, 63c; firsts to extra tlrsis. i*.^.'.--~ Live'-vck. Meats. Provisir-n? Yesterday. Year ago. fjve h..f f?!r to Hrlm* l--""1 lb' S5.00&10.25 $email@example.com Dveised l ? ef, ^ JBH.IS? .17% tj .IS@ .2s j Liff v^als. com mon to prinie, 1W U,j.12.50319.00 20.00?23.00 .Dre ? s ? -1 v a'., city-. lb.20? .28 .30^? .27 U?? ewes. 3 00 % lim. 4.00? 5.50 8.00^1100' - Drc?fi mutton, cUy lb . ... O7'0 .14 .14@ 20 j Uve ',arr:><-( t? prir:.--. !*?. . firstname.lastname@example.org 2O'OO@22.O0 Drt?s?d lambs, d:y. lo.22? .28" .30? 36 fiogs. 101 lbs . . 70.50^11.00 18.00016.50 l>?amerl h o g ?, ? b*?.n. lb.15%@.16% 22%.'t2.22% P?rk. bbl . 30.00?31.00 44.00? K??i b-cf. bbl 76.00?18.00 16.00? 18.00 Urt, M i d -1 1 e I . Wer., 300 lbs. . 13.65?13.75 23.75^23.90 .-? TW Suj^ar Market Dull As Trade Atcaits Tariff Ye?terday. Year aeo "?ifaf. urar.ula^d, lb... .07% .15 16 Caffte. No 7 Rio . .0-7.% 1-. C?ff?e. Santos No -4.0'J% .24 "The raw sugar market here was dull Jeaterday and traders turned their at ttnticn to developmenta on the pro? posed S'jgar duty in Washington. There *e?e no ehan^es ;n prices of either raw W ft^ned .:ugar. Futi-.res wera quiet J">?t of the day. final prices being 1 ? & points net lower. The range of prices: 'Satur , Of>?r.. High. I/)w. Close. day. '*?.- - 4.42?4.47 4.45 **"?. 4 50 4.50 4.50 4.4-2? 4.47 4.45 *t?rrh...- - 4.5204.6S 4.56 Jfwn.... 4 ?9 4.63 4 59 4.6904.62 4 00 f*y.- 4.6404.67 4.68 JWle....- 4.720 220.127.116.11 Vi*f. 4>.'. 4Js3 4.83 4.7?ft4.84 4 8H '*1??.- - 44604.90 4.90 f**T*? Fnttirea?Kvidence ot a sllghtly In y?a demand tor eoffe? ?!?? koi?? ?trtuxt.il to futures yesterday, and j:.'.a ~*''*d to higher l?-vei,, but flechn-d latt-r "*.-?? 2 to 5 points n-jt lower. ??? r?cge of prices: Satur . _ Open. High. Low. Clos?. day. i*?.- 6.1606.20 o.-o KUT" - - - 6.2*06.26 6.2 7 jK,"'-- - - - 8.8106.63 >. :i j*y. 4.77 l.il ?.77 6*106 82 6.84 H?""' *,:- 7.01?/7 03 7.03 i'jj. T.H 7.27 7.14 7.2007.21 7.22 ?!?.- 7.3807.40 7.40 Sl. (-55 7.60 7.55 7.6007.60 T.S7 ?!;. -?~- 7.75^7.7-J 7 79 ""'??.. i.n 7.66 7.8$ 78507 8V 7.90 * PINANCIAL NOTiCB ??th? HoUIrr, ?t D?nlB$?Ui K?-ptibllc 6'f Bond?, r..rj, ?>f j&ls# j,^ jftr-SJ!. Jj**e-e'>r*.*.r,r* w?'>- Exertrtive Ord?r ttt rr*r ^rosKyaaia w'.ll b? taic.rWm by lh# r??iiri4 1. Ba?ado <le Har enda y Co JT^>'' *ir.t;i l9omloek A. M. of K-uruary 1 EL*#j 4n^ *J>r1l 1. 1921. for tr* pur fciiTL'V ''?"'?".?Jit of bonda of tha J^o Sa l*?i s>'ni': '1*'*d January I. 1911 tJOamri ? wU>"Atl i*tarii to a*ri*a. tn m IS?~,t ???!(..*<74 ?i THRKB HUtMDRBB <Sia<,7IWKNTr TWOU?AJfO DOLLAbI Vui , *' ''n '"?'->' of th? *bov? dataa, ? lrihu.J-7 *'J ,hr** "*,"? "f 1*80.000. > l? ?aFT^o "h%11 k* ?i"'"'!*"!l In t.lpil'?'< SLr?*'i ?P^ify tha nut.b?r of the bonli J27*4' tha aariaa, th* p*r valua anl th* t^Z,. ottt"*4 ana ahail be ?;jn?4 Mta m ** ^ ",-?- ?'"''"*' ??*u hiiiii u^ ?.a"^v 5t Waa '*' 'Jo,'r *?<h4Mlj?4l ?" *'l f'-' gZuT*?',*'? Lp'jn tha ou'.alda ot ??? 4taaa?."'i.'*"'V?a < oi,:*ir,\nn Dt',i?,ti*'n ahal **5J^t** '?''(?'la "i'?'T,o?ai? openJn* ?i ***B^r7H-1 '"" ''" d*'?>>. H?id propiir.lt, ^1'^"^ '?" 9UV.W. ?a tha ?ia , ?i u.i Pr<n?'M ^*-f-"w*v i. ??."i! i *'^ ' ". IM1, uni?.-? au'h d?t*s fail upon ? "Z.," '??*' frdiday in w.^l-i. eu? th# ^<*i ba oir.UHr} 0B th# toUowln* any. Arthur tt. Mayo, ttrmtomttiu, (*,< >, V, l?. S? iH',a\rt,r>K tb? Affxlf* </f t?.? ?? Kata'V, 4* ?;??/.? ?* y C<> tb? *ti.ii*ry Uov*ti.u,tn<. Mexico Plans 30 P. C. Oil Export Tax Increase MEXICO CITY. Jan. 24.?KopresonW tives ot* petroleum companies in Mexico wil] meet here on Thursday to censider the draft of a proposed law providing a lixod rate for tr-.xos on petroleum nrop rrtics ar.d desigiied to prevent irrcgu taritics and al'eged 'frauds in the pay? ment of such taxes. The measure,, which waa prepared by Adolfo do la Huerta, Secretary of the Treasury, will \ bo submitted to the Mexican Congress \ shortly after it convenes on February 7 i WASHINGTON, Jan. 2.1.?An increas-j > of approximately 30 per cent in the ?xport tax on petroleum is provided for in the petroleum tax revision pro- i posed by the Mexican government, ac- j cordins: to unoflicinl advices received here to-day. An added feature is n tax upon escapintr natural gas, accord? ing to the dispatch, which was received by ai) oil company. Cotton Higher 011 Foreign Buying: Pressure Lifted he declines of last week were foi- j lowed by" partial recov-ries in the cotton market yesterday. Reports I that hoth C^ns^lidated "nrt domestic | trade in'c-e^ts had been good buyers I in thc last few days, cn' '.he aripear ance of a *irmer ione in T.ivc-nool 'ed i to covering rs so^n' es liq-.tid-'tion or I March contracts snbsided.: nnd etrlv I irresrvtrality was followed by sharp ad- I vanees. Mnrch deliveries sold ^p from l 14.15 to 1492 "nd close! at 14.83, with l the general market r/'o^i-ig pteadv at j n net f?ain ?,),.,,?,.? r,f (O to ftr, p0,nr,g j Some tmders heHpve t'?t the i c"r-"r i iM*-"* nf foreisp exchange re- j fWts Improving ereneral conditions I Sonthern spot ma'-ke s ns offlcia'ly i .-r,^, rf,. v.-ovr. itnchonn-ed to 40 points hio-her, with middl-'no- quotations: The '"<-"' market '""?,- snot cot*n?i w?t?i | mi^^lincr; o .alea t*..<ro reported. j Tho range of prices follows: Sat'tMav's ! ^?n, HM-h. Low. Pr,? rlos<v ' 3sn. 18.40 16 61 16.15 1? ?o<ffim.?i 15.05 ? P?b. . . .-14 7HW - 14 17 March. 34 7.' 14.92 14.45 1 4.?? tf? 1 4.90 14.45: *r.r!l..- 14.<1^W-14 "0 Mny... 14.75 15.06 14.57 1 4.95 ffc 1 5.00 14.50 i ?T'-no. ..- .- - 1S.05?>3 - 14.60 July... 14."0 IR.27 14.75 15 20(^15.23 1^70 Aug... 15."fi 15.26 15. "6 l f,."o rf? - 14 70 Pent... 14."0 14.90 14.85 15.25?- 14.80' Oct. . . . 15.00 15 7!S 14.82 15.38? - 14 Ri Mov...-?_ -. 15.35(3) - 14.80 i Dec... 14.03 15 32 14.00 16.33? - 14.75 Ponthern Snot ftlarkets ? Galvoston I stoady, unchanged at 34c: (=n]e8. l.ns hah :. New Orleans steady. unchanged nt sales i 867 bales. Mobile nominal ?" ?' ai I4c Balcs, nil. Savanhah mchai '1 5.5(1- : sn'.- s nil. ' m ti iii t. 25 points hlght r at' i4c* sal ::. ? .... quiet, 13 points lii^lipr ? I I s ' ?'?? 525 b iii s. Augusta steady, unchanged at 34 27,-; sales 800 '? a i Mi m; h!s steady, unchanged at : i ?'??'? : Rales. 600 bales. Houston steady. 35 poin s high r at 13.C0c; sales, 2,201 balcs Little Rock quiet, unchanged at 14.50 sales 837 bali s. I lallas 3toadv, 35 points higher at 13.18c; sal .-. 2,246 balea I rt Worth steady, 40 points higher at . - i . sal s. l.SOO bal( s. Cotton oiatislics Ves- Last Last terday. week. year. Port recelpts. . 25.307 17.S57 "7 580 '??' ports . 20,637 13,14'J 11 5-,4 .i .2,7 6,2 17 2,G8 2 '0 3,590 v.s 73 :' st !ks. ... 36,710 52.923 5k 7-0 I 'ort ...1,44 S.8G0 l|42 360 1 125 *63 Inl ri. r rcpts.. i S.502 16,071 1 7 B43 - Ip its 15 119 13,697 2'' 665 N ^ ai rlv tls. 6,093 10,633 C.225 I.lveriiool Cables??pot cotton slow at 47 poii ? line. mtddling, S..s0d sal 3, 3,000 ' ? ? ; (Aim rienn, 2 .11. I rn ports, 2 000 bal * (American, 1,000), Ten lers; new do :.? ?. 2 5C0 :.<: s ; .:: ires op n- d st .. ly at _! to ll points declin . Closed steady ii'- '<-? net -.. f 7 to :?? points: January, ! March, 9. ? . i ; M iy, 9 7. ?. i; JulV, 1 ' 1 .76d; I.- . .??:.;.. r, 9.71d-; ?-.i-:r? Varn.i easier; clotii3, dull atid . . . Cotton-oed Oil The volunte of business \v;is rompara unting to 7,.>00 barrels - ?? .? P -1 lion cl f> .1 28 points and the otlier months 8 to 13 puints :... r. .:, rang > of 1 rices follows: Saturriav's Op n. Migh. Low. r-io?... cl"S" ' :. S.50 8.50 S.50 *?'.'. ?. ". - I;. ' ? ?>. ?- - - 8.50 v; -.70 s.^5 . 8.50 8.G5 8.50 s.i'.i'-, i.66 8.52 April.... ??- SH7,'.; vmi 8.56 ?'????. 8.95 9.03 8.05 9.00?9.02 8.72 June. - - _ 9.004J.-9.16 8.94 July.... 9.25 0.-15 9.25 email@example.com 9.20 Aug. 9.45 0.45 0.45 9.42@U.4o 9.34 .olton Gifinings Still Ahead of 1923 Figures WASHINGTON, Jan.. 24.--Cotton g-;?r.ei! prior to January 16 amount..d ii 12 016.465 bales, exclusive of linters and including 204,624 round baies 73, ?481 I; .ies of American-Egyptian and 1,664 bales of Sea Island. Ginnings prior to January 16 last year amounteJ to 10,307 120 ba'.es. in? cluding 111,873 ]?? und bales, .'!4.02;* ii ies of American-Kgyptian und 3,'< 12 ? ale <;f Sea Island. A Business News Textile Buying Move Gains, But Orders Continue Small Number of Business Visitors in Market Large; Sliglit Price Advances on Fin? ished Goods Are Noticed Euying of textiles, apparel a id aliied lines of merchandise ut wholesale is increasing, although the gain is in the number of buyers who are operat? ing rather than in the size of orders. The week opened with fu'.ly as many buy en in the market as were at the open 'ing of last week, and more are ex? pected about the middle of the week. Manufacturers and wholetalers here tre reporting constantly increasing business and the many offerings of dis tvessed goods at sacrifice piices appear t> have been withdrawn. Slight ad yances of prices are reported in near iv all finished goods, due, manufactur? er? say, to the necessity of bringing prices up to a point where they wil show some profit over the actual cost of production How far the upward swing will go :s a qucction that is agltating th? minds of mo t of the buyers. Despite the fact that prices are hardening. there is little evidence of purchusing prornpt edbya fear of scarcity of merchandise or much higher prices in the future. One of the complexi.ig situationc confronting the rctai'er at the presLnt t'tne is that he is planning to make h's monev on a lar^e volume of trade at clo*e prices, in distinclion frjm the big prices on a small volume of trnde as in the pnst few years and thi? :n dicates a buying movement of consid orablc proportions which is expected to move pric'.-s further up the sca'e. Although the desire to do a lar^c volume of business is upner most in the minds of most retai1 ers, according to a buying ren resentative of a number of them there is i. strong tendeney to carry as little in Ftock as possible and to de pend on frequent trips to the market for replenishment. Added to this is the determination to 'o?e sa^s through -hort stocks on goods that retai'ers be Heve are priced tuo high to move into consumption quickly. -a, Commercial Credit ? Borrowing of comrrercial money is maintained nt n steady pace. without ;rrlications of let-up, but tlie liquida? tion of bnnk loans is increasing the funds from which new borrowings mav be made. Commercial pnper rates are receding fl wly, h wever, due in a great measure to the continued w reiiscount rate- maintained by the Federal Reserve, banks The opcr ... .ri..?. r.tp ..n commercial paper is nov considered tb be nt. 7*' per cent v. c sh r; maturities b-rring rxc^o tiopally primc names going at 7*4 per cent. Only a few borrowers are now \ required to pay the peak rute of ?? per cent. A slight advance in sixty and ninety : day b.'.nkers' aeeeptanc'i rate: quoted yesterday b ' -,"ric-n Ac ceptance Councii. The rates were: Member Non-Mem Banks. ber Banks. Buy. Sell. .Bay. Seil. 30 days .... 5 94 5% 0% fi7B 00 davs .... 5% 5% GVi *B .0 days - 5% b% 6% ' 6% Call loans againstJ acceptanccs, 6 per cent. Siiyerware Salesmen on Road With Spring Line Tho vanguard of silverwarc sales ; r..i.-n has starled '~>n the road '..'ith the ' pring.llne, according to leading sil ; .ciware manufac.urers yesterday .? anufacturers expressed the opinion hat orders will come up to the volume .: normal years. Their beiief is tha tibstr.ntial reductions whicn have ,.?? :i made wiil act as an inc?.ntive t buying. A leading nvmu'"aeturer of f*m - ?terling silver hollow ware asserted i.at business last year ahowed a re cessi4j of only 5 per cent iiom the preceding year. which has been caile ?the banner year in the jewelry trade. He added that the inventory which had just been taken disclosed tha smallest stock on hand for son.e time. Fmployees of the leading silver ; smi'.hs in this city have not consented ; to the change in the working week ?? r. in forty-four hours to forty-eight I hours, with no componsaticrn for tho ! four hours. This change, effective | since January 3 has been made to en ! jible the silversmiths/to compcte with i New England silversmiths, vho w> i working from forty-eight to fifty-four i hours a week. Division of hosses By Retailers Urged A call to retailers to base their selling prices on replacement costs ind to retailers and m?nufacturers 7.0 cooperate in a plan whereby both tvould share a burden of future price declines was issued yesterday by Edward A. Filene, president of William Filene's Sons Company, >oston. "If something is not done to start the flow of advance orders soon," said Mr. Filene, "there will be a ater flood of orders for future de ivery which may so swamp the narket that the sudden excess of 'emand over supply may cause a .emporary increase in prices." To start advance orders Mr. Filene uggests that manufacturers am; etailers agree to share, in a pre etermined proportion, the loss :aused by any decline in the market rior to rieliverv. Boom Buciress Lunclioon Twelfth Exhihil of Popular Priced Merchandise Held The twelfth cxhibit of popular priced i merchandise by the Interstatc Exposi tion Corporation opened yesterday at i the- Hotel Pennsylvania. The merchan- , dise d'splayed hy the manufacturers is I of the type usually handled in variety stores or bargain basements' The ex hibit will continue throughout thj pre ent v/jek. The "boom business" luncheon sched? uled by the corporation has been post- j poned until later in the week. Buyers were few at the opening of the ex- j hibit, but officials anticipate a large attendance about the middle of the ! week. Manufacturers /ho are exhib;t inrr yesterday exprcssed optimistic j views on the general business situa? tion, believing that stocks in tho hands of retailers are small. Al! of them as-1 sc-ted that the prices for their wares : had b 'ei. showing ui mistakable signs i cf ad'-ances in tiie 'ast two weeks. French Sales Gain Here Increased Interest Shown hy l.'nited State* Buyers Although American inquiries for mer i cht.ndise of French origin :n >dc through tho Frahoo-American Board of ' om 1 merce and Industry increased 40 per ? cent in*1920, compartd co 1919, French inquiries 'or Americaii good j declined s i ;hi y. Emile Utard, i rosident of th, l organization, in making tY = annual ???? '? port, attributes this to the low rate of foreign exchange which, however. l he expects will .show continucd im : pr u-r-rripi t in the ru' ure. "From all appearances," he said, ; "France i i recuperati'.-ig n ucli more rap | idiy than was anticipated. A year ago wc had the greatest difficulty in ob M.ning-humerous French "omnioditias for import into the United States. At yr.' ent France can de'iver almost any of the artic'.es for which there has been a demand made in the American market." Fur Auction Postponed The onenirg of the winter fur auc t'-n in St. Louis. conducted by Funster. ] Bros. & Co., the International Fur Ex? change, has bo?Hi postponed from Feb : ruary 7 to February 21, according to an anronncement iratio yesterday by ? Color.el P! ilip Fouke. president of the i organization, who is now in New York. | Mr. Fouke intimated that some agree mr.nl- \i-r?t,l.-l nrr 1,-i1,'t ln ,..?o-.K,i/l l-i.i. ment would probably be reached bt tween the fur auction company and several shippers of merchandise, who have protested against the plan to sell their consignmer.ts unconditionally. EKscuss Lumher Conservation SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 24.?Conser? vation of lumber in the United States will bc discussed here this month at two national conventions. one of the National Association of Railroad Tic Producers and the other of the Ameri? can Wood Preservers' Association. The preservers' association meets to-mor? row, January 25, and January 20 and 27, and the tic producers January 2" and 28. Most of the delegates will at? tend both meetings. Buyers Arrived Falrchild Service ABERDEEN\ Wash.?George J. IVoIff: ge J. Wolff, la.ii.-s' wear; Alfred F mtl 116 W, ': d st, AKHON, Ohio \V. Zlpper, leather gooda. umbivllaa; Miss llalllmann, vellings and i.' kwear: 37 W. 2Gtli st. ALBANY Seorborg Mll'inery Cn.: H. M. Sporborg millincry; 32] Broadway. ALBANY?W. M. Whlti ? Co.; Mr. Wag ncr. El.o. s: 11 6 4 Uroad ???? l . . : .' ' ' M. Brit tian. mdse. ::.gr.; 116 W. 32d at. Al I.ANTA -S. /. i . .. ,. ady to . M A Ipin. ATLAN'TA I'rli . ?? . Mfg. Co.! .7. Saul, I woolen piece goods, cotton pleco goods 1123 Tl ??? ATLANTA?J. Regensteln Co.; L. Rcgen-i atein, women'a wear; EJIka Club. ALTOONA Pa. -Kline Broa.; Miss E. Nixon, suits and dresses; Miss K. Noel, nts' wear; Mlas A. 13. Szlnk, trlm-I mlngH and laces; C. I". GUl, m<-n'a fur- : niahlngs, womep'a knit underwear, chil dren'a and womon'a hoalery: I. A. Balrd I notlons; 23 83. 26th st. A1IARILLO. 'mx.?Moore Mathis "o.; .1. T. Voui ? ? ? tntlng; S96 Broadway. ARKAN8AS CITV, Kati.-N.-v.-riian I'. O. j Co.; T. Stewart, d^isa goodjj, silka. vcl-! ?? ?? Imperial. ATLANTA?I* H. fox & Co.; C. 13. John-| ('.:, general mdae.; Pennjrylvanla. ATLANTA ?I. X. L. CloThlng; P. Hellbron. i .- - - :-..-r.:..;v:ir.Ka. clothing and hats;i Lfa.tha.rn. AUCJL'HVa, Oa.?C H. 8chneld?r * Bros. Id !. men'a clothing and ?hoes; 1270 B'way. ai <;-.--;\ <;???. Calhoun Kbo? Co.: r. A. <'.,, houn, shot:;; Marlborough. Al . 1 IN, Ti .x 7.;. Kean Kilr-rx Co.: L. Da vS? domestlcs; i'.i Leonard st. BALTIMORE The Oader; Mi** A. I3?ck er, (oba i: ? m< ?; lo porial. BALTIMO.".!?:? ?'? V euden'Jial A- Son: Car! i-nthal, taikra' trlmmlngs; MoAl pin Anm ? BALTIMORE Kleln-Moffetl Co.; II. II. ? ?.. cotton piCCi JTOOda; 1270 Hway. BAL1 173' iRE : ? i Oui man Co.; Miss A. Ban - Infants' wear 200 5th av. BALTIMORE I Shwman, notlons, leather v'?? ' ?? ? i . McAlr>in BALTIMORE?-Kramer * Sauber: L. Krumer cotton piece goods; 13*0 B'way. BALTIMORE A. A. Brager; I. Saeka. ribbon*. notlons, '????: i'diniylviinla. BALTIMORE i. B?neaeh & Bona; S. Oomprecht, wonun'a wear; Mi** I, m. i-'iiy. women'* we?tr; Imperial, BALTIMORE?Cohn. ilartj: & Cohn; iCd ward Cohn, rnfri. clothing; Herald Sq. BAI/riMORB?Goldefiberg Bros.; (? Wolff, ..?,?,; w Kiil'K and sktrto, fura; 208 3,tli av BALTIMORE The Rub; B". Woirf. boys' King ii? w, ?2<J ?t , Room 1303. BALTIMORE J. Kerngood ACo.; .3. Kern gOOd 'lo'Moif. f-'insYlvanlB BAIiTIMORE AniKl'jii Wliol'-nalc Corp.; i Qu?llmali, cotton pieoa gooda; 4H BALTIMORE * "-wi"-' * Co.; Min? V. L. Ail- i, ?uv. (?..-- ; 2 '?'<'? JTth "? BATTLB CREBK, Mldi.-J. 3eam*t? and a ::.<.. . ii. woman'a r< ady 10 wear; !?. Dftaylvarila. BKAVliJt l-'ALLB. P*.? J- A. ilutl?r * ,i,. men'a clotplng und turniahtns BKAI.'MON'i'. T< < The Ennhlon; W. ,I<(ne?, ladi'n' r?a4y lo wnar, A'i'a fcth av., room . 1717. BI ii KAMTO.N John L Morgan Co.; K. j i: :; i ? ? ma; 11 BIRMINOHAM, Ai*.--.Iohnaton f>. O. Co.i ii. .!..,.(. ".ri dry gooda, notMna, fur . ?i*hl???; i-ork. ) |f)| ;i: ',II/.M, Ala. Urf-n Roaanbaum <o. Mra, X< Brando*, rnllliiiary; I*enn. a/ivaiila. i-IRMlNGHAM, Aln.?T.oeman. Joseph &? 1.... b-<"r>., F. O Ooldberg. notloris, toilet and leather goods; Alfred Fantl, UG W. 32(1 st. - IRMINGHA.M. -Ma.?Johnston Dry Goods Co.; George Johnson. all lines; 72 Leon? ard si BISBEE, Arlz.?Frankenberg Pros. Sz Newman; I'. A. Mosler, yard goods; 1100 B'way. HISHORVILLE, 8. C.?Ptafford Dry Good" Co.; W. E. Stafford, dry goods and no- : tions; Herald Square HOXHAM, Tex.?Graham, Crawford ft Co.; \i. K. Crawford, general merehan (Uhp: Imperial. BOSEMAN, Mont.?Wilson Co.; Mr. Seld ; iy. ladics' fadv to wear: 116-4 B'way. BOSTON ? Houghton Sz Dutton Co.; W. A. Gallagher, boys' clothing and furnisli- ' Ings: Alfred Fantl, 1 16 VV, 32d st. BOSTON?R. H. White Co.; "Miss Rnberge, : junlors' coats and dresses; Miss Mc Carthy, assistant: Miss Fltzgerald, wom- , en's suits; Miss C.alelv. silk and cotton underwear, negligees, klmonos; Miss Lts ton. furs: 4772 4th av. BOSTON Mandel Bros.; Miss C. M. Mich-. aels, mlllinery; 12 E. 22d st. I'. ... VVllltams, merchant tailor; j Brfslin. BOSTON?OllcniMt * Co.; Miss E. Mlna- : lian. glils' and Junlors'? coats. dresses-,! C. Dov/nen. silks and colored dress goods and linings; A. Cohen, dresses, coats and I skirts. basement; 2-10 5th av. BOSTON?'WUlhsm Fllene'al tSons Co.; ui>- j stalrs: Miss Qoodfellow, women's stout <<.ats: Miss Murphy. misses' dresses; Mr. : Murray. inexpenslve dresses; Miss Good-I man. girls' coats; Miss Gilman, silk and muslln underwear; Mr. O'N'ell, misses' suits; Mrs. Phillips, women's costumes | ;.(;.| dresses; Mr. Boyle, men's clothing; "V r. Lyford, furs; Mr. Huiley, misses' i r i - eipensive dresses. Basement: Mr. Day, ual.sts; Mr. Quinn. boys' clothing; Mr. Klngsmade, men's clothing, Mr. Ring, V'l'.ert's and misses' dresses, Mr. r.-'Brlen, women's and misses' coats and s.itts; Miss J. Callahsn, silk und tiiuslln underwear; Mr. Tobey, shoes; Mr. ?j<, 1 i b*rs, men's furnlililngs; Miss Hlckey, orscts; Miss Duquette, women s skirts ajd sweaters: Mr. Levln, chlldren's, j g.iis' m.d Junior coats and dresses; 22a fcth av. cr.lldren's waiata, basement; 4.'!2 4th uv. BOfcTON?UllChrlst Co.; upstalrs; C, VV. Ojwnes, silks, dress goods. linings, vel- ] ? etg.. etc; J. N. Jowell, mlllinery and . l/wnmlngs; Misa E. Minlhan, girls' wear, : :. unior girls' wear; Mrs. A. I'lummer, . ribbons, H, G. Nlelund, upholstery, lace curtulns; 200 5th av. RQSTON?Brbude Sz n.-igram; S. B. | Hroudo, dresses, coats, suits; 303 6th ir. [ BOSTON?Sylvla &? Coppljiger; F. L. Syl-| vla, dry goods; 54 Leonard st. U08TON- - F. SUverberg; V. diivcrbcrg, furs; Commodore. BOSTON- Mltchell-Woodbury Co ; II. M. Ford, china; Ifreslln. nosTON?Austln-Waikcr Co.; A. R. Oharp, belts; Belmont. DOHTON?Ollchrtst Co.j Miss I. Marks, girls' and Junlors' wear; .1. Aronson, r.oys' clothing; O, T. VYlnchsster, waiets, Miss A. Li. Ri'<-. hoslery, 1.oii undorwear and gloves; 200 uth ave. BOSTON?Jordaii-Mursh Co.; Jl. E. Mor? gan, rlbbous, VV, T. Mye-?, B||k walnts ; and sweaters; vv. J. Brooka. silverware, I ( locl'.s, Jewelry. etc, B. Haly, ihexpan* ?iy? dresses and aprons, himim dresses; ; i; 1. Lttliey. luci-fl. B, Arliij'trong, mlssi-s' and women s cotton wals's, r. J, Keefo, I misses' coats, skiris. bathing suits and i fuiii, D. B, Walshf'wush goods. linings; I ls. K. Taylor, InfnhVs' near. small Wires, underwear, m- Miss i, Jlurh', Infanta' wciir, basement; Miss *A. V.' Burns, j WMion'l dresses, basomstit; Miss O. U. Hurtublse, women's autts, basement; L. ! M. S.i i'ld-r.':, women's shoes, basement; i I. MeCarthy. ullk and cptton walsts, BOWLING GREEN, Ky.-'H. Greenspan, dry goods. clothing; Pennsylvanla. BRADDOCK, Pa.? Katz & Goldsmlth; Misa M. Crlste, undermusllns, kimonoi.1 and Infanis' wear; o W. 29th st. ?BRIBOEPORT. Conn.?Caesar Mlsch, Inc, | 31. W. Walder, women's wear and rnll llnery; 1170 B'way. BR1STOL, Va.?Mahoney-Jones Co.; J. A. Mahoney, repreaentlng; 395 B'way. HROW.NWOOD, Tex.?Hemphiil Faln Co.; . ii. A. Faln, repreaentlng; 395 B'wav. PRYAN, Tex.?Webb Broa.; .1. ii. Webb, dry gooda and clothing-; Imperial. RUFFALO?W. A. Morgan; W. Chagriache ' representlng; :i W. 29ih st. BUFFALO?Walter E. Bedell, Inc; D. \V. Oi I Itl orpe, manager: 200 6lh av. BUFFALO?J. N. Adam & Co.; T3. P. BartlPtt, dresses and coats and sutts; 2 VV. 37th st. BUFFALO?Adam, Meldrum & Anderson! 1 '?..; George Olrnstead, women's read} to wi ar; 230 5th av BUFFALO?William ricngerer Co.; Miss: A Gress, patturns; 2 W. 37th st. BUFFALO?I. S. Given, suits. 57 W. 26th i st. BUFFALO?Adam-Meldrum & Anderson' Co . O. P, Olmsted, mon's Furnlshtngs; .7. D. Ferguson, laces, embrolderlea and handkerchiefs; 240 Madison av. BUFFALO?J. N. Adam & Co.; Miss De Templc, leather gooda; Charles Sucss. I gloves; J. B. Connor, men'a cluiliing; 2 W. 57th st. BUTTE, Ind.?M. J. Connelly Co.; Misa Haggerty, mlllln?ry; 23 E. 20th si. BUTTE, Mont.?Henessy's; .Mrs. S. M. Bogtngton, suits. coats and dresses; R. .3 Cronln, dress goods and? domestics; 2c E. ; 6th st. CAIRO. III. ? Kaufm.in Bros. D. G. Co.; L. ftaufman, women'a ready to wear: 6 W. 52.1 st. CA3MBRIDGE, Ohio?H. H. RoBenb?rar. women's ready tu wear: 1170 Bnadway. CANTON, Ohio- Erlangcr D. G. <'?>.; W. if Brlanger, drj gooda 37 W, 26th st. CANTON. Ohio?W. R. Zollinger Co. ; w. R. Zollinger, president; O. A. Dcllen berger, siika, woolens, trlmmlngs; 404 4th av CHATTANOOOA, Tenn.?Miller Broa. Co.. ; .1. ('. Henderaon. men'a clothing; S. L. Deakina. dress gooda; 1 33. 33d st. CEDAR BAPID8, town The Kllllan Co.; j Miss H. Davis, knit goods; 277 6th av. CEDAR RAPI1 S, lowa?The Deaecke Co.; ' .1. Kenyon, sllk arid woolen dry gooda, Prince Georgo; A. C. Torgeaon, preslden! of the company, 352 4th av.; A. A. Auno. National Retail Dry Goods Convention, Pennsylvanla; Misa Sln ion art depart? ment; Miss K. Togge, lacea, neckwear. leather gooda nnd Jewelry; Miss Settle gloves, nnd Miss Felter, rlbbons, druga and notlona. all at Pennsylvanla. CEDAR FALLS, lown -Hughes Dry Gooda Co,; L, II. Hughes, tngr.. 1170 B'way. CEDAR RAP1DS, lowa?Denocke Co.; \v. II. Buck, upholstory and drapcry, floor coverlngs: :i52 4th nv. CHARLESTON, 111.?Parker D, G. Co.t M. .3. A. Parkor, ludlea' r?'ady to wear; 44 R. 2H.1 st. CHARLOTTB, N. C?J. 3, Carter Co.-. J. L. Carter, general mdse.; Conllnental. CHARLESTON. \V, Va.?Quality Hhop; H, Mendelsohn, women's resdv to wear. children'a wear; 33r.4 ITroadway. CHARLB8TON, W. Va,--.r. rtrhuab & Co . .' Sehwab, coats and aulta; Miaa Ethel Cantley, iir'm-H, Misa Cantley, mitllnory; ?4 4 E. I'ld al CHICAGO- ChlcagV-Maro, Co.; II. 3-3. Well milllnery; C21 Broadway. Cll I'' '? ? ''? -K. Goldbos*, hots and capa; McAipJa. ., -.^ij. CHICAGO?Stanton Dress Co.; I? -rfold-i -.vach. dresses; 113 E. 24th s?. CHICAGO?Max Slegei, women's ready to wear, furs; Pennsvlvanla, CHICAGO?H. MicheUon, piece goods; Pennsvlvanla. CHICAGO? Hart, Schafrner & Marx; J. C. Hart. woolensj 200 oth av. CHICAGO?L. Klein, inc; H. Mlchelson. piece goods and dress goods, silks and linings; S. Lebesky, ladles' ready to wear; 1164 B'way. CHICAGO?S. P. Platl; Benjamin Levltan. furs; S. P. Platt, sweaters. walsts and children's dresses; J. S. Rosenberg, rep resenting; 1182 Broadway. CHICAGO?The Fair; H. A. Levy. base ment ready to wear; 225 4th av. CHICAGO?David Stern Co.; Frank Herst. men's and women's apparel for mall order house; Astor. CHICAGO?Weiss & Benjamin Co.; Samuel H. Welss, men's and boys' clothing; Bill more. CHICAGO?M. Livingston fc Co.; M. LIv Insston. ready to wear; Pennsylvania. CHICAGO?Stonahlll Tailorlng Co.; A. L. Epstefn, mfrs. clothing; McAlpln. CHICAGO?Broth?rs & Co.; S. Goldberg. htas. caps, gloves and umbrellas; Aber deen. CHICAGO?Bezark Women's Wear; Millie A. Amerin, mlllinery; Blltmore. CHICAGO?J. V. Farwell Co.; C. F. Wet srel, handkerchlefa; 72 Leonard "t. CHICAGO?Mandel Bros.; Mr3. Yandell. basement Infants" wear; J. Gottlleb basement children's spring dresses. coats and mlddles; 13 E. 27'd st. CHIC \GO?Chas. A. Stevens Sz Bro?.; Mrs P.. H. Collins. "Miss T. Knothe. basement dresses: 4 0 K. 2 2d st. CHICAGO?Carson. Pirie & Scott; B. C. T*>o"<r>f>on E-^oes; 404 4th av. CINCINNATI?Big Store's Arnex; Fred Adler ladles" coats. dresses, girls' dresses nnd coats: 37 W. 25th st. CTVCTNNATT?fohn Shillito Co.; Miss Laura E. Tsnhordlng. klmonos nnd silk --?,i... ,.-rf,r muslin underwear; Preslin. CINCINNATI?Alms Sz Doenke Co.; Miss T^hei S'one, art needlewnrk; 350 B'way. CINCINNATI?John Shillito Co.: Miss Ts . i,,,. \r,-r o|]k nnd PhlUonine neirligces: W. D. Clarl:, silks an ddress goods; 432 CINCINNATI?The Plaut Co.; OscarPlaut, underwear shirts, furnlshlnps: Claridge. CINCINNATI?KUne Bros. Sz Co.; L. Llebern an la 'les' wear; Miss Livingston. sutts: Miss S hnde, walsts; 404 4th av. CLEVELAND?Kleln's Economy Store; .T'llhis Klein, la 7ies' wear: Broztell. CLEVELAND?Broadway Hat Store; C. W. S.-ilers, men's hats; McAlpln. CLEVELAND?J Klein. Marlborough; .1--H--S Klelri, women's ready to wear: Broztelh CLEVEIjAND?Hlgbee Co.; R. .Feiraband, ladles' and children's shoes: C. J. Staerker, mdse. manager; 2!0 Madi? son av. CLEVELAND?May Co.; J A. Swanson. | skirts: A. VV. Lochner, boy's furnishlngs; | 37 VV. 26th st. CLEVELAND?Bailey Co.; Miss Lesher, fur coats; J. Kaplan, dresses; 37 W. ? '?'? st CLEVELAND?Mnv Co.; Miss P. Perger. women's ready to wear; 37 VV- 28th st. CLEVELAND?W. Hertz. woolens, cotton niece rrnn's: P?tinB'ivanla COLUMBUS, Ohio?Max H. Relser Co.; S A. Mll'.er. coats and suits: Mrs. A. rtped dresses and skirts; Mtss S. Sllber stein. blouses and hoslery: rernsylvanla. COLUMBUS Ohio?F. Sz R. Lazarus Co.; G. Arms'rong, notions, 225 5th av. COLUMBUS, Ohio?Fashion Co.; A. Gin ders'-elmer. handkereMefs and neckwear, |nee<i and embrnlderies; 1270 Broadway. COLUMBFS. Ohio?Jones, Witter Co.. F. | G Barnes, silks,- cotton piece goods: j COLFMBFS ohio ? National Outfittlng : ' Co.; F. M.'lssac. womenfs ready to wear. clothing floor coverimfB: Pennsylvania. COT,'-MT"'S C,a.?D. Ro'hsehild Co.; D. , r?.i- '-pi ,ndse manager; "77 B'way. COLUMBUS,'Ohio?F. & R. Lazarus Co.: Mr Rc: rnltt. wash goods, linens and dra'pi ries; Mr. Haskins, silks, dress goods ned linings: M'ss Armstrong, *notions; Mr. Bellamy, mdse. mgr.; 22o COLUMBUS, Ohio?Davld Rothschlld & Co.: Gerson Rothschlld, ladles' wear;, "77 B'way. Ci',' NCTT. PIJTFFS, iowa?Joe Sml'h ft, Co.; George I- Frank. women's >-eady to ; wear: Breslin. ? DALLAS Tex?^nntcr Pros.; v\ . ti. Hunt floor enverlngs; 10 E. 24th st. I \j > <^ fex.?Sanger Pros.: C. C. Mll llngton. toys and dolls; E. Stern. no 1 ?? uies nnd belts: .1 ls. Mc ? n ... silks and piece goods; Y\ II. Hi ?. c ..-? ? :.-?;. 19 E. 24<h st. [ i ? - ? -.4 Tex ?Sanger Bros.; J. K. Mc -,- ,] , ,;?-.. an I dress goods; VV, II ? carpi Ls; VV. F.' Murray, draperh i; ? ? c Mllllngtor., basement toys, statlon ..-v and kodaks; 10 E. 24th st. r, \-'? [i r.te . ?Mandle's; Mrs. Samuel Mandle women's ready to wear and i ?? n's , . : :-, )182 Broadway. DANVIL1 E Kv.?The Quality Shnp; Miss Seln a Sonnenberg, women's ready to wear mlllinery and children's wear; .il DAXVILLE, Ky.?Welsh-Wlseman Co.; G. K VVisoi nn ready to wear, infants' wear an ' knit goods; 6 VV. 32d st. DAVBNTORT, lowa?-M. L. Parker Co.; Mias C "> Blackinan, musltn underwear, Icli umos, house dresses; 352 4th av. DAVEXPORT, lowa?.!. H. C. Petersen Sons Co.; F. Baird. silks and dj-ess g u. ls; 1161 B'way. ??'...,, A I BMOPOL1S. Ala.? C. Reid, ladies ready to wear: 303 5th ave., room 1717. DENISON, Tex.?.!. VV. Madden & Co.; S 17 Parks, dry goods; Imperial. DBNTOM, Ohio?Dtnton Co.; -Miss J. Sco iield, i oats; 1 E. 33d st. ? -. ,-. i i (her Stores Co.: X- ??' ? ? .I -s: 7.1 VV. 23d st. De' PERE VVis.?Oneida Knltting Co.; ,' s. Gasklll, representlng; Imperial. UBTROIT?Crowley-Mlmcr Co.; G. M. Howatt, sporting goods and accessorles; if i Ware, merchandise manager; Al :','. d Fantl, 116 W. :>2d st. I KTROIT- J L. Hudson Co.; Mr. Thomp son, shoes; 277) 6th ave. DETROIT?J. L. Hudson Co.; Mr Arm? strong, boys' clothing and furnishlngs: Mr. Bartlett, dresses tbasement); 225 5t li .". v. _ __ _ in BUQUE?Roshek Bros. Co.; F. H. Ro i . k 1 ii.. s' :.!:??) misses' motor coats and raincoats; 13 H. 25th st. D17LUTH -Oreck's; P. Oreck. mlllinery; Commodore. DULUTH ?Lyle A. Oreck. spring coats and iults; Claridgc. EASTON, Pa.?Orr Co. ; D. M. Lamitie, garments; Hyman's, 25 W. 31st st. ELGIN, 111.?Ackerman Bros.; Paul Zum keller, ready to wear; 1123 B'way. BL PASO, Texas?A. M. Badouh, general mds. ? ' '?< ntlnental. Ei, PASO, '!>>;.?Women's Toggery Shop; Hamilton J Smith. merchandise man ager; Joe Merktns, basement ready to wear and piece goods; 1182 B'way. ERIE, Pa.?Trask, Prescott & Richard son; C. T. Marshall, men's shoes; A. H Meyer, 6 VV. 32d st. ERIE. Pa. ? Erie Dry Goods Co.; Miss C. Osborn, thiri waists; 432 4th ?ve. EVERETT, VS'as:-..?Stone-Fisher Co.; F. M. Skinner, ready ro wear; 3170 B'way. F1TCHBURG, Mass. ? J. S. Smiley, dry go ids. cloaks and suits: Lat'i.am. FORT SMITH, Ark.?M. B. Mark? Depart? ment Store; M. B. Marks, women's ready to wear; 2 5 W. 33d st. FORT VVAYNE, Ind.?Fashion Depart? ment Store; D. Freisen, stouts dresses; 27fi .".t'.i ave., room 603, I-'OIIT WORTH, Tex.?The Vogue; O. G. InkenlSruck, ladies' ready to v.ear; 253 5i h a '?'. FORT WORTH, Tex.?Sanger Bros.; Mr. j 'Rubinstein, furnlshlng goods: Mr. Nor? folk, men's clothing; 1.9 E. 24th st. FORT WORTH, Texas?L. fl. Gilbert; Mrs. !.. o. Gilbert, Sidney Gilbert, ready to wear; Hoffman .'7- Hartblay, 3 17 W. 33d. FRESNO, Cal.?Radln & Kamp; T. H. Conner'?v ready lo wear. infants' and childrerr% wear; R. S. Makle, domestics, linens -uul w'.ilte goods: 404 -lt!-. av. GALVESTOTJ?Sam J. Williams, men's clothing and men's furnishlngs; Ttror.tell. GALVESTO.N -Doherty .<? Co.; lien C. Do rty, clothing, furnishlngs and hats; Pennsylvania. GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.?Frledman-Sprlng D. G. Co., silks. satlns. woolen pleco goods nnd blankets; 7;32 4th av. GRAND RAPIDS. Mich.?Chas. Trnnkla Sz Co.: Miss Scars, walsts; Miss J. Brusse, corsbts and brassieres; Miss D. Martln dale, muslin underwear: 432 4th av. GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.?Charles Trankla; Mrs Martindale, muslin underwear; .Miss Brucse, corsets; Miss M? Sear, waists ; 4:. ' 4th ;? ve. GREAT BEND, Kans.?Lischesky D. G. Mr. Lischesky, women's wear; 'J VV. 31st st. GREELEY, Coi. ? Reuler's; M. Retiler. coats, suits nnd dresses; Mrs. G. Reuler, dresses; G. C. ReulorT mdse, mgr., coats, ? ; - and dresses; Alfred Fantl, 116 VV. 2d st. GREENWOOD, Miss.?Goodman D. G. Co.; F G ??':?? tn and Miss a. Smith. women's ? n v to wear: 212 ">th av. CltBKN'Vn.T.K. Pa.?Tillotson D. G. Co.; W. I>. Tillotson, ladles' ready to wear; Thomas >'. 5ffa, 2 15 6th av. GREENVILLE, Miss.?Levl & Marks; T. Levl, ladies' ready to wear; 212 5th av. GREENVILLE, Ohio?The Stecker Co.; F. A. Stecker, coats, suits, dresses and i ' '-is !'? nns- Ivanla. HsVRRISBURO, Pa.?Llvlngston's; D. M.. Landes, ladles' suits and coats; 1 W. 22d St. 1! "" C(.?G Fox ft Ci.: .1. Car ples, ladles' wear; Alfred Fantl, 116 West "I hlrtj -second Street. HA>RTFORD? Brnwn-Thompson Co.; O. Reardon, -Mr. MacKcnsle, suits aud coats; 240 Madison av, HASTINGS, Neb.?Stoin Bros.; L. H. Steln, dry goods; Mrs. Smith, ladles' ready to wear: 116 1 B'way. HOUSTON, Tex.?Ladln'sj J. Ladin, wom en's> roady to wear; McAlpln. HOUSTON, Tex.?Carl RJes Co.; Miss H. Sti tck, ladles' ready to wear; 2 W 2Sth Bt, HOUSTON, Tex. ? Sakowlta Bros.; S. Sakowtlz, clothing and furnishlngs; 2:o .... !, av. HOUSTON, Tex.?M. N. Nnthan. clothing; l'i nn: ylvsnla. HUNTINGTON, Ind.?C. W. Sonerwlne; c. VV, Sonerwlne. dry goods and ready to wear; Clnrldgc. INDIANA, Ps.?J. & W. S. Rose Co.; Miss Repplogel and Miss Kingston, milllDery; 117 VV'est Thlrty-lhird Street, third floor. INDlANAPOLis?C. Clark. women's ready to wear McAlpln. INIUANAPOLIS Goldsteln Pros.: A. H. Goldsteln, underwear, hoslery, women's ready tu wear and clilldron's wear; 404 4th av. INDIANAPOLIS?H. P. Waswn & Co.; L. ] A. McGlasson, hoslery and underwear;, W. O'Mara, toilet goods and sundrtesi Misa M. Honan, infants' wear and under-' wear; F. R. Wolf. mdse. mgr.; Alfred - Fantl. 116 West Thlrty-second Street. INDIANAPOLIS? H. P. WaaaoB & Co.; R. R. Wolf, mdse, tr.gr.; Alfred Fantl, 116 W. 32d st. INDIANAPOLIS?L. S. Ayres Co.; Mr. Cur ran, basement shoes; Mrs. Kranch ar.d Mrs. Chlll, infants' wear; 225 Fifth Avenue. INDIANAPOLIS?Eclipse Mere. Co.; J. J. MeCarthy. general mdse; Imperial. INDIANAPOLIS?Barskin's:. .V. Barskln, .iobs of dresses; 1164 B'wav. ISHPEMING, Mich.?The Style Shop; D. C. Raphael, dresses: 141 W. 33d st. JACKSON. Mich.?Hower & Seaman; MIei 13. Hardy. dresses, waists; 141 W. 33d st. , IACKSONVILLE, Fla.?Kohn, Furchgott Co.; R. S. Herrlck, floor coverlngs, etc; j G. B. Crichlowe, notlons. toilet goods, : etc; Navarre. JOHNSTOWN, Pa.?N. Nathan & Bro.: J. M. 'Lloyd, dresses, coats and suits and , furs; 37 W. 26th st. JOHNSTOWN, Pa. ? M. Nathan 4- Bros.: J. M. Lloyd, jobs winter coats and dresses, spring coats; 37 W, 26th st. KANSAS CITY. Mo.?Besse Avcry Co.; W. H. Avery, men's, women's and children's ready to wear; McAlpln. KANSAS CITV?Jones Store Co.; D. H. ' Klapper, millinery; J. M. Arthur, silks.; woblens, cotton piece goods; 37 W. ', 26th st. KANSAS CITY, Mo?Smith, McCord &\ Townsend Co.; M. Miller. notions and rlb- ] bons: 72 Leonard Street. KENTON, Ohio? Morgenroth Co.; B. Mor-i ? genroth, ready to wear; McAlpin. KKUA. .VEE, Lll.?Wm. H. Lvman Co.; Wm H Lvman. ladies' wear; 44 E l:id. I KNOXVILLE. Tenn.?S. H. George & Sons: W. J, Tonkin, notions. ribbonx, veilinga, neckwear, leather goods; 352 4th av. KOKOMO, Ind.?Thalman & Levi Co.; J. Frankcnthal, cloaks and suits; S. Thal? man, general mdse: Miss Bullerman. dresses, waists and silk underwear; Miss Meekar, millinery and veillngs; Alfred '' ' ' \V. 32d st. LANCASTSR, Pa.?M. T. Garvin Co.; J. ? ? ,. . ?.oiioa piece goous. 37 W. 25th st. LANSING, Mich.?J. W. Knapp Co.; Miss M. Bennock, glives, 116 W. 32d st. LANSING, Mich.-J-W. Seaman Co.; wom? en's ready to wear; 1333 B'way. LAUREL, Miss. ?Fine 33ro=.; N. Fine. g*.n eral mdse: Alfred Fantl, 116 W. 32d st. LAWRBNCE3% Kan.?Innes, Bullene & Ho knian; H. B. Bullene, mdae. mgr.; Miss B. Myers, underwear, corsets; Great Northern. LEiiANON, Ind.?Elchman's; I. Eichman, r .-! ij to \vearL Imperial. LINCOLN, Neb.?H. Herpolshelmer Co.; 11. \C. Schmidt, women's ready to wear, und rwear; Pennsylvanla. LITTLE ROCK Ark.?J. Blass & Son* Co.; !;. G. Biass, women's ready to wear; "? 150 :: wa LITTLE ROCK, Ark.?C. S. Stifft, Jew elry, etc: Pennsylvanla. LITTLE ROCK, Ark ?Beal Burrow D. G. Co.. j. T. Beal, domeatlcs; 72 Leon? ard st. LOS ANGELES?California Women's Spe cialty Stores; T. R. Blshop Jr., coats, suits, dresses, millinery and hoslery; Commodore. LOS ANGELES?BullocK'a; Miss N. Gard ner, millinery; M. Monniii^, woinen'a Bport shoes, 225 5th ave. LOS ANGELES?Smith-Rlddlck Co.; H. Hubbard. domestlcs; 72 Leonard st. LOS ANGELES?Meyer-Slegel Co.; Miss, L. Brt-mer, millinery, ,303 5th ave. LOS ANGELES?Joseph Skiar, Joseph Sl lar, suits, dresses and skirts. 41-43 '.'.'. 17th st. LOUIS VI LLEJ-Redfern Garment Co.; J. Lewis, ladies' w.-ar; Alfred Fantl, 136 VV, 32d st. LOUISVILLF?Stewart D. G. Co., lace cur? tains for FebrLary sales; 2 W. 37th st. i.'< .( HLURG, Va.?J. li. Millner Co.; T. R. O Rellly, woolen piece goods, cotton pleci gi ids and silks, satins, velvets, Collingwood. LYNCHBI RG, Va.?D. Moses & Co. ; B. Mosea, ladUs' wear; 44 E. 23d st. MARL1N, TJx.?T. A. Cheeves & Co.; W. 33an i, dry goodn, Marlborough. MARilNVILLE, Ind. -Barskin's; S. Bar skin. ..obs dresses; ll?4 B'way. MASON CITY", la.?L. Killlan Co.; Louis 1 ti. g. n. ral mdse. 105 Grand st. M'KF.ESPORT, Pa. ? Hlattner-s; .3. Sttner. a ready to wear and millinery; 25 W. : . i st. McKEESPORT; Pa.?The Famous Co., .'. : M. Johns, notions, leather guuds and laces, i ibbons ; 3 W. 2SI h sl. BE3PORT, Pa.?Katz i\ GoldsmRh; di vt, i riste, undermuslina, kimonus, in ants' w ear. 71 W, 23tn st. MARTiNSBURG, W. Va.?F. S. Emmert ifc Sun; A. it. Emmert, dry goods, no? tions fte.: Collingwood. MEMPH1S?The Style Shop; J. Summer. ... Id, tvomi ti a ready to wear and mll in.' ry ; 4 < W. :17th st. MILWAUKEE?Ed Schuster Co.; J. G. Sparks. men's ovcrcoau; 1372 B'way. 3d lloor. MILWAUKEE ? Herzfeld-Phllllpson Co.? P, Brin, art goods; 1104 B'way. MILWA1 KEE ? Paris Fashion; S. S. Jacobs, dresses; ->~i \V. 2oth st. MILWAUKEE?Milwaukee Apparel Co.; L. Elsas, general mdse; 276 6th av., room 60 I. MILLEDGEVILLE, Ga.?E. E. Bell, ready to wear; 38 W. 32d st'., room 15C7. MINNEAPOLIS?Pow'ers Mere. Co.?R. S. Bartle, silks, velvets, dieso goods and linings; 2 \V. 717th st. MIN.NL.APOL1S?Young-Quinlan Co., ?S. nson, coats and suiis. skirt3; 220 5llt av. M .N'EAPOLIS The Li a ler Mercantilo r. , p. Ilann >n woolen and cotton piece goods and a.;..s, satins and velvets, 404 4th av. MINNEAPOLIS?Atkinson Co.; G. 33. Mills, ??? ?? coats and suits; 10 E. 32d st. NASI1VILLE, Tenn.-?Johnson, Harmon & Co.; 1. Filack, general mdse.; iireilln. MINNEAPOLIS -Wyman & Partridge 'o ; C. A. Perry, ladies' wear; 43 Lcanard st. ?MINNEAPOLIS?Dayton Co.: Mrs. Castle, basement waists and petticoats; 225 5th avi MISSOULA, Mont.?Missoula Mdse. Co.; Mrs. Don I-Io'on, suits, coats, dress s, neg llgees, children's millinery and misses' -? idy to wear; C. A. Barnea, men's and bovs' clothing and furnlshings, truhks, ba'g3 and hats; R. (3. Baily, notions. bags, hosii ry, gloves, Un ns ar.d dress :-.,. Is; 30 : 51 h ave., room 1808. MONTREAL Almy's, Ltd; 11. Atkinson, mlllinei y : 2 10 Madison av. MONTREAL?The Jo :. Murphy Co ; II. G h :-, boots nnd s oea; 116 W. 32d st. NASHVILLE?Morse Mercantlle Co.; J. Morse, furnlshings; W. S. Balley, cloth? ing. furnishings; Flanders. NASHVILLE?Castner Knott Co.; Mrs. B. ('. Nance, ltosiery and underwear; Mrs. E. Grler, millinery; 23 E. 26th st. NAVASOTA, Texas?R. A. Patoui Co.; R. A. Patout, notlons, women's wear and i illlinery; 3 E. 33d st. N'EW BHDFORD, Mass?New Bedford D. G. Co.; P. F Foy, men's and boys' fui nlshlngs; 404, 4th a v. NEW I-IAVEN, Conn. ? Shartenberg & Rob Inson; E. H. Ells. upholstery; E. M. Macl . , hoslery and men's furnishings; 404 4th av. NEW ORLEANS?Chas. A. Kaufman, Ltd.: V. A. Porter. ruu-i and draperies; Alfred Fantl 1 16 W. 32d st. NEW ORLEANS?Maison Blanche Co. ; .3. .1. Bashlnsky, millinery; room 3303, 116 W. 32d st. NEW ORLEANS?F. S. Kaufman, mtl i nerj ; Elks' i ;ub. NEW ORLEANS?Shushan Bros.; 1... Shu shan, ladies' silk underwear, mcfck scam liery; 395 B'way. NEW ORLEANS?Leon Godchaux Clothing Co.; Leon Godchaux ir.. clothing; 41. f nion Sq., room 731. ' NEW ORLEANS?L. Goldsteln Co.; S. Murphy, general mdse.; 43 Leonard st. NEW ORLEANS ? Schwartz Bros.; H. Schwartz. pleco goods; 60 Worth st. NIAGARA FALLS, N. Y.? Belr Bros.: E. Ii ir, ?!> ??? goods, notlons; 6 W. 32 I st. NORFOLK?Miller, Rhodes & Schwartz, silks and dress goods. 13. '<?? L. Linell, upholstery and curtains; 452 4th av. NORFOLK. Va.?J. Snyder, woinen'a fur? nishings; Pennsylvanla. NORFOLK, Va.?Miller, Rhoads & Swartz; A. M. Bennett, representative-; 452 Fourth Avenue NORTH ADAMS, Mass. ? Boston Store; Miss J. James, coats. sjiis anrl waists; r K. Re'.d, o dse, mgr.: VVolcott. NORWALK, Ohio?-L. M. Preis, dry goods atul notions; Pennsylvanta; OKLAHOMA CITY. Okla.?T, Toblas; T. Toblas, millinery: 27 W. 39th st. OMAHA?J. 3.. Brandels' Sons; S. T. Marks, basement draperies, rugs and lace curtains; 1261 li'way. ? OMAHA. Neb.?Herzberg Bros.; Mi.^3 E. Schaufarber, womi n s ready to wear etc ; Miss S. Fayman, d-essis aml waists, i:7o B'way. OMAHA?Elderedge Reynolds Co.; MjAs M. I'. Sturgeon asultt mdse mgr; M3ss J. Law, underwear ind negllgeea*, blouses ;ind petticoats; Misa E, Adams. infanta' and children's weVir; Miss H. PeterBon, girla' and juniors' wear; J. B. Mc.Lean, nn n's arrd boys' clothing; 10 B. 32d st OMAHA?J. L. Brandels & Sons; F. P. Marks, upholstery goods tbasement); )7a B'way. OMAHA?Byrne & Kammer D. C. Corp.; W. E. Maloney, C. C. Baum, ladies' ready to wear; 43 Leonard st. OTTAWA, Ci.n. ? A. J. Frleman Dept. Store; W. J. purrler, silks and dress e.. ids; Waldorf- ? storla. PADUCAH, Ky.?Vlctor Ready to Wear <:...: B. Vlctor, women's ready to wear; Pi nnsyl\ anla. PARAGOULD, Ark.?Bertig Bros.; the Misses Whltsitt, ladies' ready to wear; Baer & Lillanthal, 1150 B'way. PARSONS, Kan.?Straabergar D. <3. Co.; W. Strasberger, general mdse; 1127J B'way, PEORIA, 111?Block fi- Kuhl: Mrs. Witma bacher, Infanta and children'a wear 327C B'way, PEORIA, III.?P. A. Berger & Co.; C. A. Lung, coats, suits, millinery; 220 5th av. PEORIA, HI.?Women's Sampte Shop Mrs. A. Pruaansky, ready to wear; 25 \V 30th st. PHILADELPHIA ?Stanley Walst Co, Mr. Pctzerell, aergo and sllk dresses Herald Sq. PHILADELPHIA ? Stewart & Co.; Mlai Strausa, jobs, boya' wash sulis, Xlfrco Fantl, I 16 W 32d at. PHILADELPHIA?Fink Co.; Mltis .\. Roa cnborg, trimmed and readv to weai eIiild.en?f.liatH; Miss R, Cohen. Jobaio; :.il coata and spring aulta; I2i'>1 B'way PHILADELPHIA?Sam Groas. dry goods Herald Hijuaro. We Will Finance You On . OUTSTANDING ACCOUNTS MERCHANDISE IN WAREHOUSE ACCEPTANCES LETTERS OF CREDIT The Finance Trust 26 Exchange Piace 'Phone Hanover 6590 Cash Resources $4,000,000 j: =___:_lO PHILADELPHIA?Dannenbaum Mlllinerv Co.; J. F. Ryan. mlllinery; Herald PHILADELPHIA?Castnet Knotl Co.;Mrs. E. E. Greer, mlllinery; 2S E. 26th st. PHILADELPHIA?Feltzer Bros.; M. Drei fer, woolen piece goods: Imperial. PHILADELPHIA ? Gimbel Bros.; D. S. Scott, shoes; B'way and S2d st. PHILADELPHIA-M. Gross & Co.; M. Gross, shoes: 1182 B'way. PHILADELPHIA? Miss A. Rosenberg, dresses; FenmSfrlvania. PHILADELPHIA ? Blauner's: Miss B. Weiss, waists; Alfred Fantl. 116 XV. 32d. PHILADELPHIA ? Warewell Co.; A. Schott. pnpllns, georgettes asd. volles; 350 Canal st. PHILADELPHIA?N. Snellenberg & Co.; Miss C. Lowerrstein. women's and chil? dren's wear; 1261 B'way. PHILADELPHIA ? Herbert Kohn Co.; Herbert Kohn. silks and Venetians; 33 VV. 7!4th st. PHILADELPHIA?Marvin Waist Co.; E. Cohen, walsts: 43 VV. 27th st., room 405. PHILADELPHIA?J. E. Higglns Co.; J. K. Higglns, men's furnishlngs and hats; B'way Central. PHILADELPHIA?Isaacs; I. Cohen, fur? niture and carpets; Pennsylvania. PHILADELPHIA?J. F. Dittman Co.; J. F. Dittman wooiens; 2 West Thirty-third Street. PINEHURST, N. C ?Mrs. C. L. Hayes. ladies' sport and ready to wear mllli? nery; McAlpln. PHOENIX. Aiiz.?Chas. A. Korrick & Bro ; R. B. Baker, silks. woolen wash goods' Mrs. M. Walker, Infants' and children's wear; Miss F. Ledgewood, hoslery nnd g.ov, s, underwear; Mrs. R. C. Hill, ladies' wear and waists; Alfred Fantl, 116 VV. PITTSBURG?A. L. KlafTerCo.; Miss Ne 11 M. Cochrane, women's ready to wear B sfin. PITTSBURGH?Kaufman's Dept. Store; H. 11. Edgecdmb. Itats and caps. 1201 B'way. PITTSBURGH?H. Lando St Co.; D Gold mau, mdse. mgr., Breslin. I'1 ? - ?"? ??? 'H---Ji.auinia.ti s Dept. Store; E. P. Albright, jewelry;. w. McKee, books. A. Ij. Kuehn, ready to wear; Miss An deraon, coats; Miss Weiler. children's coats: Miss Ratsky, gowns; Mrs. E. Hale, art goods; II. G Starr, joos. dresses 1 bas(.ntl ; 1261 Bway. PITTSBURGH?Kaufman & Baer Co.; Miss G. uresi r, ladies' suits. Miss B Vval ''' '" an ! wraps: 404 4tn av. PITTSBURGH?Rosenbaum Co.; S. M. Jacobs, wall paper, J. Saloman. repre sentative; D. S. Kohn, clothing. C. M. Ig> I. chinaware, cutlery and sllverware; I 116 West Thirty-second Street. PITTSB1 RGH?Frank & Seder; A. J. ' S : :-. mlllinery, cotton piece goods. etc. ! 16 West Thirly-slxth Rtreet PITTSB17RGH? Rosenbaum Co.; Mrs. M. H. Desmo.-.H, children's coats- and; dressis, misses' coats and suits;'.Miss M. Morgun, children's coats arrd dresses; S. M. Jacob, basement mdse mgr; Mrs. M urastcnfleld, waists, children's wear, i house dr. sses; J. Solomon, basement. nnns luinisnings-; D. S. Kohn, base- ! ni nt. mens and boys' clothing;'E. Gold-I luiger. furs. Miss R. Barr, rrottons ar.d' n,",",i'-'r"li:'a' Alfred Fantl. 11G VV. 32d st. PI ITSBl RGH?Kaufman & Baer Co.. Mrs 1 Mason, corsets and brasslers, 404 4lh av. PORTLaND, Me.?Byron Greenougii Co.: U S. Lupkn, hats and cape; Nlvarre. I PORTL.AND, Me.?Miss L. M. Holly, mllll- > j nery; Imperial. POKTLAND, Ore.?Meiro ft Frank; A. Jas man, glassware; Miss Joiinson, Miss Wei gel . . n rj ; 212 5th av. j POUOHKEEPSIE, N V.?Lucky, Platt ft ' ?, '?; -"-??? A. Pearl Morgan, millinery; ... Aipm. : >''?' .?'''";?Catlow Co.; Josepn Cat ; low, general mdse.; Herald Square. ['i- ' I ? 'EN IS ... Sai ..- .... . m Field, domestlc ana piece goods; 116 ! \'- -:.i st., .-ii- il?or. PL'EBLO, COI.?Bernheim; Mr. S. Bern-i heim; Mrs. s. Bernheim, ladies' misses'! and children's reauy- to wear and iml tlhery; Pennsylvania. . ! PL'EBLO, Coi.?Crews-Breggs D. G. Co.; j VV. D. Young, dom stlcs, flannels, white goods and linens. 240 Madison av READING. Pa.?Wide Awafce Sliirt Co.; I M. Lurio, mfrs. work shirts; Pennsyl? vania. RENO, Nev.?Morris & Levy; H. Levy, dry goods and women's ready to wear; :.'7' VV. 21st st. RICHMOND, Va.?Drefus Co.; C. Smythe, ! women's ready to wear; L177 5lh av. ROCHESTER, X. Y.?Weiss, Kopf Co.; M. I Kopf, g.-n. mdse: Herald Square. K'< - -??'?'.'? ? - " .' luss Co.; B. i Smythe, joLs fall dresses; 7.12 5ih av., 13th floor. RICHMOND, Va.? Miller ? Rhoades, Inc.;; A. S. Minter, hosiery, gioves and em broidery; 4:;2 1th av. RICHMOND, Va. ? Bloomberg Millinery Co.; lt. L. Bloomberg, millinery; 579 i B wafy. ROA.yOKE. Va.? Meals & Burke Clothing Co*; L. J. Meals, clothing, furnishirrgs, - i ii s; Pi nnsylvania. ROOPESTER- Sibley. Lindsay Sz Curr Co.; ! ?' Cook, linens, flannels and blankets. 432 4th av. ROCHESTER?-Duffy-Powers Co.; Miss M. Finsier, dresses; 17701 B'way. ROCHESTER?Gold's; L. C. Conn, dresses and coats; Gold's buying offlce, 7,66 6th' av., room 712. ROCKFORD, 111.?Ashton D. G. Co.; M. L. Mellek, women's w ar; 7:7.2 4th av. RVTLAND, Vt.?Kramer, Frank & Co.; ! II. II, Wolk, gen. mdse; Breslin. SAGINAW, Mich.?M. VV. Tanner Co.; G. i Smith, dresses; 1170 B'way. SALT/LAKF CITY?L, & A. Cohen; Miss L. Chavletcn, women's ready to wear; ., VV. 'i'Jth si SALT LAKE CITY?Slater Bros.; J. Slater, clothing niiil furnishlngs; McAlpln. SALT LAKE CITY?Keith O'Brien Co.; M. Oberdorfer, ladies' wear; Alfred Fantl, 116 VV. 32d st. SACRAMENTO. Calif.?Hale Bros.; R. C. Seiberd, men's clothing; 60 t'nion Sq. SAN ANGELO, Tex.?Baker-Hemphill C6.;J vv. M. Hemphlll; S. E. Hodges, ladles' wear; VV. ii. Bcnton, men's clothing; 395 B'way. SAN FRA-NCISCO?O'Connor-Moffatt Co.: E. Johnson, n:en's furnishftigs; 4;:2 4th! a v. .SAN FRANCISCO?Emporium; Mrs. Hill, laces, embroideries-, neckwear and vell Ings; --'.. 5th av. SAN FRANCISCO?I. Magnin Sz Co.; Miss Ray Cali3h. luggage and novelty leather goods, novelty jewi Iry and French art - : goods: 161 4th av. SAN FRANCISCO?The T. J. Kelly Co.; i T. VV. Kelly, dry goods, general mdse.; Flanders. SAN FRANCISCO?W, II. Moore D. G. Co. ; S, J. Varnhagen, dresses Jwi.l wa Jts; 300 B'way. SAN FRANCISCO?J. J. Henkel Co.; J. J. Henkel, gen. mdse; 1150-R'way. * SAN FRANCISCO?The Emporium; J. J. Galvin, cotton piece goods. 7.775 5th av. ! SAN FRANCISCO?A. .1. Marcus Co.; M. Epstetn, bi ti r grades wraps; 2571 5th av. ; SAN FRANCISCO?R. Weill Co.; Miss Gertsbacher, waists. petticoats, huuse dresses, aprons, sweaters, basement; Ij B. 26th st. , 1 SAX JOSE, Calif.?O. A. Hule ?z Bros.: II. A. Negas, men's clothing and fur? nishlngs: 50 i'nion Sq. SAVANNAH, Ga.?The Karpf ,Co.: B. Karpf, women's ready to wear; 303 5th ? SAVANNAH, Ga.?H. Palsky, millinery; Gi..;'. ?? SCRaNTCJK, Pa.?Solomon Bros.; J. Solo in'on, ladies' tailuis and mfrs. cloaSs; Gr md. SEATTLE, Wash.?McDougall, Southwlpk Co.; Miss A. S. WilltardV representingi MI * 1-7 Gagan, sweaters, pctticoa.ts an-l blouses; Mrs M Ford, girls' wear and I; ? ihos: 2 I 17 2'"th st. SEATTLE. Wash.?Frederick & Neison; H. F Smith, underwear, ribbon;., handker chiefs ania g:-.v> s; 47,o 4th av. SBaTTLS, VVasn.?Bon Marclie; Miss Mc (71 monds, underwi ar, pettlcocHts and corsets; Miss Brandenberg, millin ry. 3. G. Gaten3, i-'iris and junlors' wear. sw atcrs; Mr. Care3', laces, embrolderi s, rlbbons and neckwear; Mr. Va.i Oster haut, shoes; Mr. Hellt-ntha), china. ho.ise furnl hings, silverware; Miss Boennlng, Infants- and chlldr i s wear; Miss-Kirby, ;irt. needlework and lamps; Z2S 4th av. SIOI.'X CITY. Ia.?T. S. Maitln Co.; Ii. M. Merrlll, upholsterj, irapery and floor coverlngr; B. C. Cassiu, jc.velry and toilet godds; 277 5th av. Siol'.K CITY. Ia.?Davidson Bpoh. Co.: Ado ;.h Kohn, gei:. mdse; :i5() B'wav. SIUCXCITY, Ia.?Pelktler Co ; VV. .) Hay ivard, mdse. manager; F. L. Wmsion, up holstery, drapery .mj hoor cpverlngs; Miss N. Engebritsou, children's wear; NEW Y O R K ' 9 R?A W FUR A U C T 1 O N 8 A L tS JANUARY 17. 1921 and the days following at 9 f30 o'clock MASONIC HALL, 7 1 WEST 2,!D ST. New lotn (.?!,> BUYERS' WANTS OFFERINGS TO BUYERS &0C },? r Hn?. l Itm* i&c per l%ne. S tima. i0c per iiiic. i t%mea | _.OFFER1NGS TO BUYERS COATS, spring; children's, Junlors'; nnety lallorcd; iow prlcen. Cundo ltf Sixth av. Miss O. Grleve. women'a ret dy to wears 116 W. S2d st. SIOCN CITV. lowa?T. S. Martin Co.; Mirs Hering. infants- and children's wear; t,7J 5th av I SIOUX CITY. lowa?Davldson Bros.; Max Nusabaum. laces. embrolderies trim minga. vetlings. handkercliiefa, p'.oves. rlhbons, neckwear. art goods; 1150 B'way. SIOUX FALLS, S. D.?Edward CloaU Stoae; David Fusfeld. ladies" wear. coats. sflta and dresses for spring; Annex. ? SIOUX FALLS. s. D.?Bee Hlve Co.; EJ F. Har.sman. silks. dro:.s goods. wKIto goods and linens; C. A. Rausch. bova' furnishlngs. luggage, toya and domes? tlcs; 11S4 B'wav. SJOUX FALLS, S. D? The Bee Hlve Co.; C. M. Ronde, ready to wear und fura 1164 B'way. T SOUTH BEND. Ind.?Stein D. O. Co.: 'W. II. Stein. women'a ready to \ear, f"ur nishlags, hoslery; Pennayivania. SOUTH BBND, Ind.?Robertson Bros. Co.: G. A. Robertson. liurehandise matiaier, 220 5th av. SPOKANE, Wash.?Spokane P. G. Co.; Q, W. Kldwell. mdse. mgr.: 440 4th av, ST. LOUIS?Famous & Barr; I. Upright. men's furnishings, I. H. Peres, basement men's furnishings: H. Kraft, bovs" ?ur nlshinga; 37 XV, 26th st. SPOKANE, Wash. ? M. Seller & Co.; S Fxcldlein, men's furnishings, 43 Leox*krd Street. SPRINGFIBLD, Oblo?Verdl, Inc, Misa m. Verdi ladies' ready to wear; '.:4 B'way SPRINGFIBLD, Tenn.?Dulln-Glenn Co.; Mr. Gli-nn, general merchandlae; 405 Grand st ST. LOUIS?Famoue & Barr; T. D. Page skirts; 37 W. 26th st. ST. LOUIS?M. F:> lich, women's ready to ?v. ar? Pennsylvanla. ST. LOUIS? Louis Goedman, shoes f?r?nd ST. LOUIS?Addlson Cloak and Sutl Bo.; W. 1. S. Itzer, dresae, coat suits. waiats 220 5th av. ST. LOUIS -Shapiro Millinery Co.; Bt-rt "? - ? - - . ''- ? ST. I.OUIS?Famous & Bar Co.; II. Kraft. turn, >h.ngs ?. W. 26th st. ST. LOUIS. Mo? Rie... Stix D. O. Co.; Mr. Schuckard, men's furnishings: A Blsma knit goods; J. Daly, overalls; 3T7 B'wi ST. LOUIS? Famous & Barr Co.; Miss Arboaast notlons, etc; 37 \V. 25th st." ST. LOUIS Mo.?The Biaeman Bros Mfg. Co.; H. F. Eiseman, W. B. L'ls^nan rep r. sent ing; Pcn.isj I vanla ST LOUIS. Mo.?Ferguson McKlnney Mi*. Co.; J. B. Montague, ladies' hoslery; 319 B'way. STOCKTON, Calif.?J. F. Donovan Co.; J. F. Donovan, dry goods und Yeady to wear; 1281 B'way. I ST. PAUL?E. E. Atkinson Co.. C. 6. Mills, suits and dresses. 10 E. 32d at. ST. PAUL Golden R'lli . Miss Kenney. ajYt neertlewnrk- 3 W 29th s ST. PAUL, Minn.?G. Sommera & Co.; A. '' !'? h use dreeses, und- nvoti. etc; 3735 B'wav. ST. PAUL, Minn.?Llndeke Warner Cd.: M. Pfaff, work skirts. overalls, manufa* turlng department; 350 B'way. TERRB HAJJTE, Ind.?Root D. G. Co.; 11. l>. Matthews neel w.-er. hundket chiefs and millinery; 23 E. 2fi;h st. TACOMA, Wash P :?'s store: J. E. Hufford, waists. petticoats, sw.-atefi. oats and furs 23 E. 264 h st T< ILEDI l, Ohl.McAR n Co.; B M Shea man. dresses and millinery; 2:l E. 26th ft. Ti ILEDO, Ohio?W. ,. ; \J it. Miller, aportin ??... ao<l leather gooda; Mfss M Rotchle, muslin i. .. nd ? ? ar: 7.1 is.- Jt I ' '? ; "?- jkl-. ( t- :;. -ona atjd I. i . edreases; E. i' ? pet ( ? - :;' ? 018, suits '.li : Ireases: AlfrOd !' nil, 116 \V. Hi Tl il.BDO ? hli ' lli ? ft H i II . Co.; R. M ! r, piece goods; 277 I'l:;;..1' sl TUCSON, Arla.? L RosensL rn Wh leaaie UT1CA, N. Y.?A. S. & T. Hunter; O. I'ramr, woolens, cotton pit-i ?...v Navarre. WACO, Tex.?wuiiama n. -o. co.; J. R Sellers, notions. furnishings, cotton piefco goods; McAlpin. WACO. T.-x..Sanger Bros; B. H. Co!? man, silks; W. F. Murray, upl ten i irpets and linoleums; J. C. Danleh, _ leather goods, laces, embrolderies; 15 }?: 24th st. WACO, Tex.?Williams D G. Co.; Mr. Wil lianis, wholesale mdse.: in; B'way. ' WASHINGTON?S Kann Sons Co.; T. F. Finnln, notions; 452 4th nv. WASHINGTON ? Woodward & Lothrok; Mrs. M. F. LaVake, millinery: Miea~J Older, corsets; H. E. Huntaberry ni'ti'.'i r-Iothli 14 1th av C >-operatlVe Si r\ Ice Mail Ord' 11. I Pn<-fd< . Mill i, or- sses and iklrts Hroad way i'.nt ra ;. WASHINGTON?Misa E. S. Andfewa. mil ? linery ; York. WATERBURY, Conn.?Currah D. G. Co.: J. M. O'Domiell, domestlcs and wash gooda; C V.1 J2d st WAUSAW, Wls Winkelman'a Dept. P'or*. Geo. A. Turner, ladies' read) to wear; Mr. /? .'? r, di - .! -. -14 E 33d st. W1LKES-BARRE- .1 Bergman Mra. T. F Zentner, millinery; 317 W. 33d st., 3d floor WILKBS-BARRE ? Wllkea-Barre D. C Co.; 1 Williams, linens ai l ?'. n eetic*. W1LMI v.;-: ON D Topkti 3 ..-.. ? ?)?'?-. .i : "o i; way. WILMINGTON, Del.?Del a war e Notion t ?? ?? ? . ii. Topkls, notion i Bway WILMINGTON, N p.?A. D. Brown Co. : v Alllgood, ready to wear; Brealln WICHITA FALLS. Ti Jaffe; M. Harris, youths' and men's suits. sti T 3 ? ? : ?-'.!.. 117 V-. . . d st., Holt ;- Hartbla WICHITA FALLS. T.-x. ? Ri ha r Ison's Bargain Basement; M. Rl i.ardaon. spring dresses, auita and coats; 117"; B'way, ro'.m 010. WrCHITA, Kan.?New-Edward Co.; Ben Durfi , gi ..? ral ls-.. 3 1-2 B way. WICHITA, Kan.?George Innea D. G Cc : Margaret Passwater, . eckwear dept ; Mabel Ada :.^. assistant, ready : r; 220 I -. h av. W. ' 'i-TIB-. ..Mass.?Loulse Shop; Mtr-' Mourln. women'a re...' Lr; 277 WOR IESTER, Ma ' MeKay Co.; T. P. ' ry and underwear; ?i T Ryan. .ns an I j -. dry; 240 ?.; .?;?-. WORCBSTER Mass.?Denholm & McKay C .. Misa Walters, dresses; 240 Madi L^GAL NOTICES IN THE VISTHICI COI i. OF T3H*1 UNITED STATES ? FOR THB BOUTHERN DISTRICT OF .XEW YurtK.? 8UMNER L. SAMUELS, Plaintilt, againat E. F. DREW & CO.r INC. Defcnuant.? ln E.iulty .\o. E. 13-228. To the Creditors of E. F. Drew & C?., Inc^the above narn.-d defendant: TAKE NOTICE THAT by order of thu United States District Court for the South? ern District of New Y'ork, dated January . 11. 1921, It was ORDERED that all persona ha-rtag claims or demands against E. F. Drew ic Co., Inc, be required to flle a verifled statement thereof* on or before April 1 11921. with the undersigned Receiver at E0 Broad Street. ln the Borough of Man? hattan, City, County and State of New York. That any ereditor faliing io flle hts claim with th- R-celver bv the ls? day of April, 1921, shall be debarnd from any share or. in or to the property, as aela or estate 0f the said E. F. Drew & Co., Inc. or the proceeda thereot ln the control or admlnlatratloo of tbia Court. Said atatements of ci^ims shali be sworn to unj-r oath or affirmatlon before any offlcer authorized to admlniater oatha by tlie laws of the st;.:e or eounty where said atatements of clalma are v Said statemer.:s of c:a:r:.s shall g'.ve date* and full partlculars. ? i" the claim ls evi denced by any written Instrument, tbe eatne or a copy thereot shall bc attacked to the statement. If th?t.- he any known ?et-off or counter-claira ln favor of E. V. Drew &. Co., Inr.. 0r its receiver, datea and full paitlcuiars and the amount thtre of shaii be given. In every < ase the datee of matunty of clalma, aet-offs or coumte clalms shall be giv-.,. AR clalma ahali be state.i in \ nited States ( u en ? You ar.- required, pursuant to the pj-o vlsiona of the i^;a order. to nie your claim with the underaijrned Recelver. at b'.a office. No. 60 Broad Street. Borough of Manhattan, City, County and state of N'ew York, on or before the lat day oi April. 3 921. Dated. New Vork, January 13th. 1921. MAX LOWENTHAL. Recaiver. Office and P o Addresa: ?0 Rjoaa Street, New ITork C!t>, N. Y. NOTICE IS KERBBY GIVI3N THAT Tll'l undersigned Intend t<> form a rtrai i ? automi bil caaualty ln tmpany purauant to Article 10-B of tho li;. Law.of the S:a: ..7 N.w Yorlt. undw ti, na ii- o( New X"ork Mutual Casua t) !'. .?*" eab Ins'.itane.. Aasoi lation, with Its pu? cipal place of baalnew at the BoroOgh r?t Marinattan, City and Btate of New Yor,,. Shej.e) Mr.ivin. IS.im i'.rown. Mlchael 1 ?.!.-.,; iu? s.doi-.iou Begat, Nathan l.it.w. r.cn hosenberg, BenJ M.-tz, Arthur ll Schilllng, Jack Kornblum, Nathan Chalt, Saw Uos.-n, Morrla i. - - m. in. Kathan Wilson, Abraham S Sol. Shcrl.. i-. i' - iola, -Miei- t.evlnHor' Mon ia Burev i ..i.,r Beik:;.. \1 ^ j Belklm Mon la I | ?ula Fn. ? I Geori) ? w Itaon, r ?? ,? JfJOSBPB KOOPEKMAN. ! Attdrriey for lncorju???tojr?, 1000 Pltkin i Avenue, Borough of Biooklyn. CHy tJ Now York.