Foreign Trade Key to U. S.
Prosperity, Delegates' View
Report of American Group to
London Conference Will
Stress Importance of In?
ternational Trade Outlook
WASHINGTON, Jun? 17.?Foreipn
trade readjustment. will exert a great
influenee in retarding or accelcratin,**
prosperity in the country, according to
a report on the economic survey that
American delegates to the Interna?
tional Chamber of Commerce will de?
liver at the meeting in London begin?
ning to-day. he report was made
public here to-day through the Cham?
ber of Commerce of the United States.
lt is signed by A. C. Bedford, chairman
of the American National Committee,
who is also chairman of the Standard
Oil Company of New Jersey.
"The United States," says the re?
port, "is one of the chief eufferers
from the partial dialocation of thc
trade of the world, and unless she is
prepared to extend credits on a large
scale must look forward to a great de?
crease of her export trade, which will
react unfavorably upon industrial con?
ditions and retard her recovery from
the present depression.
"At the same time the fact that the
war has changed her status from that
of a debtor to that of a creditor nation
shows that she must also be prepared
to receive imports in larger volume
lhan formerly, and such an increase
may reac'; unfavorably on certain lines
"This problem of the readjustment
of foreign trade relations is one of the
most important developments that have
resulted from the World War, and upon
her success in solving it the commer?
cial prosperity of the United States
during the next few years will in no
emall degree depend."
In a part of the report devoted to
the flnancial condition in the United
States the committee pictures the situ?
ation caused by the rapid fall in prices,
"Although definite progress has been
made in the liquidation of frozen cred?
its, and therefore in the direction of
easier money, the process "of readjust?
ment is not complete. It has turned
out that many business concerns are
more seriously involved than was at
tirst supposed; and as facts of this
nature become more fully deveJoped
the conclusion is frequently drawn
that the credit. situation instead of
improving has steadily grown worse.
"Such an inference .is unwarranted
;;ncl is based on a confusion between
bank credit and private credit. The
strain on the banks probably passed its
peak last autumn when it became evi?
dent that seasonal and other demands
would be met without serious difficulty.
But individual embarrassment-s and
bankruptcies steadily grew in number
in the fall nnd winter and in some
cases their full extent was not fully
"The liquidation of 1920 has left
many frozen credits which cannot be
thawed out until prosperity returns,
and its aftermath will- be felt for a
long time to come. Whether, upon the
whole, the liabilities which will have to
bc- carried forward into the next busi?
ness cycle will exceed in number and
magnitude those which have had to be
reckoned with in times past is a ques?
tion which admits of no present an?
''An easier money market is probably
in prospect and both speculative and
business activity may feel the effects
of such a change. It is to be rernem
hered, however, that much necessary
f-nancing, both domestic and foreign, is
to be carried forward during the next
few months and that preparations must
be made for seasonal demands for the
summer and fall. It seems unlikely,
therefore, that money conditions will
Petition in Bankruptcy
The- following petition in bankruptcy
M-as filr-,1 yeaterday in the United States
M-rrlam Segars, Involuntary; cigars, 101
Schedules in Bankruptcy
The following schedulea in bankruptcy
were filed yesterday in the United States
[ntmigrant Transportation Bureau; lia?
bilities, $24,525; assets, 811,350.
Lieberman & Elfont. waists, 64 \V. 23d
Bt.j liabtlitlea, $31,618; assets. $13,097.
George 11. Hudson Co., tires, 17 Spring
at.. Osslning, N. Y.; llabllities, $12,159;
Receivers in Bankruptcy
The following receivers in bankruptcy
were appointed yeaterday in the United
Statea District Court:
Mary Potter, receiver for the Amerioan
Camera Exchange, Inc, photo supplies and
phonographs. 371 Seventh Avenue, with a
bond of $3,000.
Walter T. Bartea, receiver for Joseph
Diatler nnd Samuel Hammerman, butter,
egga and cheese, 158 Franklin Street, wlth
a bond of $1,0C0.
Harold Remlngton, receiver for the Na?
tional Milk Products Manufacturing Com?
pany, manufacturers and deaiera in cheese,
27 Mulberry Street, with a bond of $10,001!.
Bertha Rembaugh, receiver for the
Fiimart Laboratorlts. developlng and
printing moving picture filmsj 69 West
Hs'inetlelh Street, wlth a bond of $3,000.
The Globe Export and Sales Agency, Inc,
general merchandise. at 85 Washington
Street, hae asalgaed for the benefit of
creditor3 to Robert Seelay, 15 Park Row.
In New Vork County
The following judgments were filed yea
terday, the first name being that of the
Adler, Saul W. or Samuel W.??
Heatless Dental Wheel Co. $335 10
Alesai, Charles?City of New
York . 178.40
Atcurate Audit Co. ? Associated
Traveling Salesmen of New
York. Ipc. 119.70
Aitnian, Sam?Ocean Acldent and
'"uaranty Corp., I,td., of Lon?
don, England . 311.45
Kien. William?L. Gt-verti- et al. 210.72
Bogota Paper and Board Co.?
Royal Card and Paper Co. 225.47
Bal Ser, Aaron A.?-Al. Kraus et al 274.20
Big tin, Thomas ? City of New
uYor-f, . ico.fo
Brunelle. Ueorge C.?L. Brunelle,
Bn ws, Nathan; Jack Firstenberg
and John Barr (Suyreme Print?
ing Co.) ?Flushing Card and
Paper Co., Inc. ?'25 S8
Blltmoro Realty Corp.?H. W.
Clark, Rose, or Mrs. Hobert B ?
W. D. Tusten. 872 70
Cohen. Jacob, and Samuel Po
lowan (Cohen & Polowan)?L.
Kaufman . 874-40
< ommuntty Laundries, Inc. ? L
Woihyemutb et ai. l "08 30
Caiburetor Lock Corp. ? W. T.
Jonea . . 3-3 40
Cohen. Bernard?J.'iio'Waid .'.".'.' *'6'^20
t ondon, Edward T.?L. C. Ilasell
Cordiay. Nina P. ? H. ' Gel'ier
et al. jig q.
aooclaa, William A. ' S.V'a'rid
?"Aaiter Soheuer?Boovan Real
ttes. Inc. 170'0
Diemond Color Co.-I.evlaon &
Dillon", Isldor?Samuel Elaemaii
tt Co., Inc. 4 06? 33
Doob, Mollie D.?Woodrow Court,
De Llnni. Herbert A.?Sanford
Automobile Co. 12163
Daley. John J.-?R Kuppel, costs 10753
Egan & JSgan. Ino.?Sefton Mfg.
Corp. r: 7 r>. 0 0
Eckhaus, Samuel J.?M. Ftaator. 58080
C'reundlich, I.eo II?M. .1. BJatt. 166 22
Freaman, Philip?Delaware Brass
uo.l Aluminniii Co. 691.77
i"rai:kenberg. George, and Albert
??W. R. Menueser et al. 1,031.70 i
Flnnerty, John J.. an.i Victor
Thomaa (J. J. Finnerty & Co.)
?.7TJ' ??. Donn?!Iy ?t al. 369.91
FaiUenfcelm, Charles?ai. A. 8ohu
Are Optimistic for Fall
Light business afc present but an
optimistic outlook for improvement
in the fall was the impression that
Charles T. Hoskins, an official of
the Bush Terminal Sales Building,
brought back from a four weeks'
trip through western New York and
"While present business was re?
ported as being light in the sections
which I visited," he saitl, "I found
a generally optimistic outlook tow?
ard fall trade among manufacturers,
traveling salesmen and commercial
houses generally. The business in
gift shop and novelty goods in some
sections was brisk, the manufactur?
ers reporting a good demand. I
think this is largely due to the
manufacture of exclusive or indi?
vidual lines intp which competition
does not enter to so great an extent
as in the more generally used manu
be favorable for an outburst of specu?
lative activity, even if other circum
stances warranted such a development.
We have come through the most acute
period of liquidation without disaster
and the banking situation is now very
greatly improved, but so many difficult
problems He ahead that every dictate
of prudence calls for conservative
In conneetion with the present re?
markable movement of gold to the
United States, the committee deelarea
that, wisely handled, the increasing
reserves can be made a factor of
safety, but if they lead to a new period
of credit infiation they will bring a day
of reckoning as severe as that through
which the country has just passed.
The committee discusses taxes at
some length and draws the conclusion
that they should be readjustod to
bring in needed revenue without im
posing hardships and handicaps on
With a revival in retail trade, due to
warmer weather, past due accounts
cwing wholesalers are being rapidly
cleared up, according to wholesale
credit men. One authority estimates
the improvement during the past week
at about 8 per cent.
Commercial paper remains in mod?
erate demand, with rates showing a
general easing tendency, The ruling
rate is quoted at 6% per cent, with
some exceptionally high-grade p,aper
passing at 6^ per cent, and paper
bearing names not so well known at
7 and IVz per cent.
The American Acceptance Council
yesterday quoted the folowing:
Discount rates on prime bankers' ac?
ceptances eligible for purchase by
Federal Reserve banks:
30 days. 5% 5H
60 days.5% 5Va
90 days. 5% oVs
120 days. BTs 5%
Call loans against acceptances, 5 per
HjDiisewives Buying Cottons
Now Purchasing for Future
Use, Is View
The volume of business being booked
by producers of bleached goods in
general, sheets, pillow cases, and by
the big manufacturers of ginghams
and percales, stands out in sharp con
Fox. Louis J.. and Louis E. Ash
(L. E. Ash Mfg. Co.)?Henry
Gass & Co. 1,048.51
Plne Henry ? Magnet Knitting
Mills . 5,678.40
Gannon, Cecelia R.?D. H. Spring 1,541.65
Grand & Co., Inc, and David
Grand?F.. Zloecowlck. 164.42
Goldberg, Meyer?B. Fixman. ... 227.08
Goldman, Muriel, by gdn.?H.
Koplik; costs. 109.32
Groll. Chas. W.?C. II. Lelbo
wlch ._ ioi.ll
Greenberg & Stelner, Irre.?Ocean
Aceldent & Ouaranty Corp.,
Ltd., of London. 180.46
Goodsmith, Charles?J. Hirsch
et al. 202.75
Hachlaz. Christopher, and Peter
Oianakopnulos?(C. Herbllos &
.& Co.)?Connolly Auction Co . . 2,128.84
Hoyt, Margaret 1.?P. A. Fischer 641.09
Hart, Raymond S.?J. Spaulding
& Sons, Inc. 118.91
HurewitZ, Harold A.?Pocono Co. 385.70
Hir.?ch, Nathan?A. Frled. 1,034.65
Itxkowltz, Solomon?H. Schwartz
et al. 140.72
J. C. Pchiff & Co. aml Jonas Schlff
?Chemical Ntl. Bank of N. Y. 25,747.68
John .1. Proenhoefer, Inc.?Ocean
Aceldent & Guarantee Corp,
Ltd., of London. 136 93
Kolb, David H.?Swift & Co., Inc. 102.7S
Kahane, Emil?M. Bacha.rach... 114.11
Kerman, Mou?J Herzog. 200.91
Klelner, Max and Fanny?B Glns
Lichtenstcin, Joseph ? Revillon
Freres . 2,697.48
Loetiter, Julius G jr?S B Bruce. 346.82
Luster, Jacob?H Salwen et al.. 297.32
Long Island Hog Breoderu" Asso?
ciation, Inc?Swift & Co, Inc. 252.72
Langer, Albcrt?O Kahn. 145.20
Leopold, Henry F?J B Sherwin. 193.60
Lorlnez. Max?W P Willls et al. . 525.20
Lapidus, Lawrence J?A N Ashen
? d?rf .v 237.42
Lindinger, Fritz, and Edward A
Jacobs?J Leahy jr. 275.41
Lobosc-o, Frank?L Loprschio. . . . 226.70
McGowan, Rose?H Parsons. 1,150.13
May, Harry?A Slmon . 165.15
Melton, Walter?Ocean Aceldent
and Guarantee Corpn, Ltd, of
London, England . 745.C0
Mandeville, Charles G?College of
the City of New York; costs. . . . 409.75
Meyers, John C?F Grape. 142.91
Menioni, Bernardo?C Neuccia
Moss, Herman H?M Goldman.. 1,42123
Maxwell Trading Co, .Inc?H
Kruzwell .'. . . . i,090.40
McGlure & Symonds Co, Ine?B
Clare . 1,727.02
Newman, Josepll H?Ocean Acel?
dent nnd Guarantee Corpn, Ltd,
of London, England . 152 6?
National Surety Co?W H Seatch;
costs . 109.70
Nllls, Aitliur S?Colgate Co. 1S6.S0
ODonnell. Joseph E?D Riekert
~et. al . 137.11
Patten. Glr-n R?Arnold Hoffman
& Co. Inc. 110.14
Press Publlshlng Co.?E. C. Scott 10.J75.41
1 \V Piutures, Inc?G. Kane... 2,719 10
Polish Merchant! Marine Aasoci
tion, Inc.?A. De May. 120 58
Plstchal, Charles. & Helier, Inc? "
W, R. Kllison et al. 819 jg
QuartuiloH Auto Repair & Weld
Inx Service, Inc.?H. F. Kle
mens. lt? o,
Ross, Harvey J.?Ocean Aceldent
& Guarantee Corp., Ltd., of
London, Eng. 122.AA
Rosenberg, Chas. E., or living i~-u"
Ornstcin?F. J. Bradley et al 1 171 84
Rainbow, John R.?National Lead 1,1T'5'34
Company . .,. R,
RftBd. Wllii:i?, C. 1.. Craig; cosis 12075
Rockwood, Naah? National Surelv
(ompany . ? .>?-- 7n
Sullivan, Frank?G. H. 'wVll'iams Sftfcil
SlegeJman. Bldney?S. Munowita, 185.66
Snow, Thonjaa R.--K. * B Ki. c- ?
? tnc Equipment Company . l "SO l"
Seaalde Lumber Co., Ine?travel- *"*"?*"
i-ra lnaurance Company . tan 40
Schmldt, H. Paul and Muti'da?
Geo., Ringler & Co . ' 2.SSR 12
Shelnn. Bugena?A. K. Burns!:;: 680 05
Fooney. Cornelius P. ? Lincoln
i rual < ompany . i .?, fil
Tojo, Kaaaushlgl Tabashl Fujil
KafHO Tojo Kljneosuki Yojo
and BuataYoaka (Tojo Trading
Comnany)-r.R. Keaut . 8,183.00
L. b. iransportatloc Co., Inc.?II
trast to the dnllnons in other lines of
cotton goods. One explanation of this,
according to a mill agent selling
irtt-ached goods, is that housewives nre
replacing their supplies of bed cloth
inir nnd houBe and children's npparel,
on which they curtailed greatly during
the cra of hiirh prices. He believes
that where women laat yenr nnd the
year or two before purchased only suf?
ficient sheets, pillow cases nnd jring
hnms and percales for houoe dresses to
meet actual requirements, they are
now returning to their former habits
of purchasing in larger quantities for
"At least, many of our retailer cus?
tomers tell us thaf whereas women
last year bought sheets and similar
articles in units of one or two, they
are now purchasing in half dozen and
dozen lots. This has been reflectcd in
our business. We aro booked up with
orders running through October, and
at prices which look fnirly hi^h com?
pared to the present levels of untin
ished cotton goods nnd raw cotton."
Business Crimes Grow
Increase Below Social Level,
Say Credit Men
SAN FRANCISCO, June 17.?Lower
ing morals in society and business
since the end of the "silk shirt" period
have been responsible for an increase
in crime, although commercial crime
hrs not increased proportionately to
social crime, according to a report
submitted by the investigation and
prosecution department of the Na?
tional Association of Credit Men to?
day at thut organization's convention
During the past year the investiga
tion-prosecution department has
started probes in 100 new cases. Many
indictments are still pending because
of the congestion in the courts. At
the present time the department has
trained investigators located in prin?
cipal cities. These men have suc
ceeded in recovering hundreds of
thousands of dollars,' worth of mer?
chandise from professional swindlers
who never intended tp pay for same.
A strong plea was made to the credit
men by Franklin H. Wentworth, of the
National Fir3 Prevention Association,
to aid in fire prevention as a means
toward lowering prices and expenses
of doing business and also in checking
the housing shortage.
? -?-m ??'
Raw Silk Buying Halts
Rapid Rise in Prices Checks
Thc fairly rapid rise in raw silk
values in the last two weeks has
checked buying to a considerable ex?
tent, both in the local and foreign mar?
kets. Cables from Japan yesterday in
dicated that buyers were growing more
cautious with the advancing prices, and
that some slight recessions in the ask?
ing prices of sellers had been made as
a result of the droppii**),- out of the
market of many purchastvs.
Locally, demand has slackened, ex?
cept for a few grades of silk that are
widely used in the hosiery trade, which
is now experiencing a strong imme?
diate and future demand for its prod?
Many local manufacturers of broad
silks are of the opinion that the rise
in raw silk prices has been of a specu
lative nature rather than based on
actual supply and demand. The produc?
tion of silk goods, according to the
best information is waning slightly
right now, rather than increasin.t. The
outlook for fall, however, is considered
Defends Co-operative Marketing
HOT SPRINGS, Va., June 17.?Farm?
ers' cooperative marketing organiza?
tions are a "permanent economic in?
stitution," George Livingston, chief of
the United States Bureau of Markets,
declared to-day in an address before
the convention of the Virginia Bank?
ers' Association. Enabling the farmer
to participate in profits of distribution
and at the same time opening a more
direet road to the consumer, such or?
ganizations are? destined to have a far
reaching effect upon both the farmer
and the general public, Mr. Livingston
A. Logan . 10,325.60
Danderhoff. Frank E. ? Gulllums
Edjng Alvaoado ._ 154.00
Walter, Ranberg Corp.?Baumann
& Co. 13-4.01
Wear Right Knitting Mills, Inc.
?Joseph Feinmann, Inc. 126.56
Wolper, Morton?A. W. Welsen
burger . 105.20
Wolper, Morton?S. Slesinger. 214.20
Williams, Harold, and Alexander
A. Lowane?R. F. Peaae. 221.11
Wertheim, George ? Aluminum
Specialty Co. 403.95
Weatheraby, Willis G.?A. M.
Friend . 3.432.30
Zoltak, John, and Charles Gergel
?F. Hershfield. 112.80
ln Bronx Counfy
Andlna, Ernest J.?G. Edwards.. $1,337.45
Same?J. Edwards..;.. 300.00
Crevelle, Rose?J. Freiman. 225.72
Deniger & Bergesen, Inc.?C.
Broekstein . 27.72
Same?Same .;,... 5 9 9] 7 2
Bpateln, Douis S.?G. Bedbell,
Franklin, Malvln?R. Franklin.. 1,034.72
Same?M. Steln. ",07 44
Fidelity & Casualty Co. of N. Y.?
L. R. Mlller. 5,394.88
Freurrdlich, I.eo H.?M. J. Blatt.. 162 22
Gannon. Cecella lt.?D. H. Spring 1,541 65
Oart, John?L. B. Baily. 2G4 35
Goodredge, John?W, Joseph_ 6197
Harry Hindeimann, Inc?S. Br'lnn
Hoofer, Agnes?W. Joseph. 8172
Joseph. William?J. Sullivan_ t06 62
Same?G. Parker. 84 19
Kjein, Joseph C?T. W. Edgar. 557.'20
Klett, Mary A.?J. Bernslock. . . 123 41
Kat/.en, Simon G.?E. F. llaile 161 70
Moller, William?White Beech.es
Golf and Country Club. 15S02
McSherry, William and John?
People State of New York. 600 00
Neumari, Ralph, and Frank Hink
efman?S. Bereu. 4*1=; 7?
Seis Charlea?R. Cohen........'.' 4?01
Schiiler. B.?Biackburn Trading
Corp . b e,??
Scheiner, Jacob?N. N. Spivak.".!! ll'.Vi
ln New Vork County
Tho flrst name is that of fhe debtor the
ru^rXas $sardttof and ^ i8?
Tnfarl, Ludovico?W F Donnelly
Juno 2, 1915. ?og6 9,
Casella, Sicondo L?Neuman'Yla- *^v'"i
royit'a & Co, inc; Apr 11. 1921.. 204 34
Sincla.r Oil & Rfng Corp?M Jo
sephson; Dec 24, 1920. 4"!<!K7
Stephany, Elizabeth; Luoy 'i.e '
Vine, William Stephanv and
Edward La Vine?N j Terra
C<-tta Co; Feb 17, 1921. 54c ?c
Obersteln, Abr?Hamilton Finance a*u'*?
Co Inc; June 16, 1921 (vaoat
HlnehfiVldi Morriit? Same;' June 1,G39'85
19, 1921 (vaoated). 1 689 Rfi
Con'.akee, Jno?People, etc; Oct 4, '
1920 (vaoated) . ' 3 nnn M
Mlller, Frank Co, Ine - Rexford ' ?
-.?-p; June 14, 1321. 4 ?o-> 01
Cth Av<- RR Co, inc?City of NT*
Apr 11, 1921. ' sir JR
Same?Sume; Apr 11, 1921....... 87l'll
baine?Same; Apr 11, 1921. CS?'o"
MI Oil Co?Baltimore Electrical
Supply Co; Mar 3, 1921. 1 361 g"
Jackson. Mae?G Pepe et al; May
1 J. ) ?' L' 1. 1784(17
White Co?T v Brennan.; Ma'rV, '
1921...,. 1 065 **0
Pings, Geo H and Herlam L Pings
and Leo Pinner? W E Douglass;
Dec 24, 1906 . " 671 68
Mnrden. Orth & Haatintrs Co, ino *
?Frank Hemin-rway, Inc; Jan
Smith <fc Terry?F S Polo; Dec 15,
i.'1,","0 " W -.'. 5 896.39
Kaiker. Abr and Jos?H F Kle
mahsi May 31. 1921. 1 54-. 00
Hsposito. Salvatore?New Amster
dam Casualty Co; Apr 20, 1921. 10 1C0.00
Bope, Henry p, and II P Bope &
Co, Inc?F G Landers; May 17
1921. 953 05
Marmon Automobile Co of N y
Inc?E Schnaper; May 24, 1921*. 6 987 94
Rowland. Adelt?N-iruu-a Inveai
ing Co; Feb 10, 1916. I90 55
Same?Same; Feb 10. 1917_,. is5!91
In Bronx County
OIpp, Albert T?N Y Tel Co
June 11, 1920 . ' fl 13
Scheene Lelhar? M Sullivan; Feb
IT. Aront, elcctrloal goods; Pennsyl?
Amerlenn Wholesale Corp.; B. II. Reld,
silk dress goods; 354 4th av.
Greone-Rosenbnum Co.; H. Rosenbaum,
ludiflfT ready to wear; I.ouis Prager, 276
Sulllvnn Bros ; J. J. Sullivan, clothlng;
Howlnnd D. G. Co.; J. S. Greentng, car?
pets; 404 4th av.
L. P. Bamburger & Co.; L, P. Ham
burger, waists; McAlpin.
J. V. Farwcll Co.; L. B. Lehman, fabric
and yeathcr gloves, mtttens; 43 Whlto st.
Relss & Meyers; B. Meyers, dry goods,
furnlshlng goods; Bristol.
Caroon, l'lrle & Scott; Mr. Turke, rib?
bons; 404 4th av.
Marshall Field & Co.; A. C. Harper,
Wholesale hardware; 1107 Bway.
E. .Strasburger & Co.; B. Strasburger,
Boston Store; S. L. Elsendrath, represent
ing; 44 S 23d st.
Paranass Clothlng Co.; A. Paranass,
men's clothlng; Pennsvlviinla.
Wm. Hengerer & Co.; J. W. Boyle,
woolen and cotton piece goods, silks, satins,
velvets; 16 W. 39th st.
II. Samson, dry goods; Pennsylvania.
Miller Bros. & Co.; W. H. Miller, dry
goods, furnlshlng goods, ladies' wear and
The McClure, Trtchler, Parrlnh Co.;
Carl McClure, representing; Martlnlque.
DES MOINES, IOWA
Frankel Clothlng Co.; P. W. Robblns,
men's furnlshlngs; 200 5th av.
Frank & Seder Co.; Mrs. G. Mctlardy,
coata and suits, skirts; 1S72 B'way.
Bradley Bros. Co. ; C. R. Bradley, no?
tlons, lar.es nnd embrnlderlcs; McAlpin.
EAST L1VEUPOOL, OHIO
Mover Bros. Co.; J, Kahn, manager;
Hoffman & Ilartblav, 117 W. .".3d st.
Sage Alien & Co.; Mr. New, coata; 404
KANSAS CITY. MO.
M. B. Cohen Meroantile Co.; M. B.
Cohen, jobbers; women's ready to wear
and hosiery; Imperial.
Kahn tt Kaplan; M. Kahn, men's cloth?
lng and furnlshlngs; York.
Bullock'8; C. F. Kemp, clothlng, travel
lng goods, luggage, golf supplies; Mlss S.
Lundquist, women's coats; 225 5th av.
Bullock's; Mlss S. Lundquist, women's
coats; 226 6th av.
Henry I. Faust, flowers; Martlnlque.
Bry Block Mercantlle Co.; S. Bernsteln.
men's and boys' clothlng, furnishing goods;
Field's. Tnc; Mlss L. Sacks, jobs ellk
walsts only; 1140 B'way, room 604.
Fleld'w; Miss I. Hyncn, jobs ailkwatnsts
only; 1140 B'way, room 604.
Dayton Co.; Mlss C. Grabowaki, walsts;
Mlss M. Mulcae, dresses; 225 5th av.
Kifth Avenue Dress Shop; M. Cohen,
suits, coats and dresses; 1170 B'wav.
OIL CITY, PA.
C. II. Smith & Sons Co.; H. M. Beli,
?waists, coats and sults; 4 04 4th av. '
Eldredge-Reynolds Co.; Mr. Meadsr,
coats; Miss Adams, infants' wear; Mlss
Petcrsou, sweaters: 10 B. 32d st.
C. C. Hancock & Co.; C. Hancock, mfrs.
men's neckwear, fmnishing goods; Park
H. Brown, men's clothlng, hats, caps;
N. Snellenberg & Co.; A. Lewls, floor
Vogol & Snaman; J. S. Vogel Jr., carpets,
S. H. Helronimus & Co.; C. B. Cole,
domestics, white goods, gloves, umbrellai"!
L. I). Daniel, dress goods, ready to wear;
B. W. Edwards & Son; A. Cunnlngham,
floor coverlngs; McAlpin.
McCurdy &. Co.; Miss L. S. Keels, dresses:
Hale Bros., Inc; Mlss M. Jeftry, women's
knit underwear and hosiery; 50 Union
Rothschild Mercantlle Co.; A Roth?
schild, ladies' rendy to wear; 303 6th av.
Schuneman &. Evans, Inc; M. M. Shuffle
barger, furs, fur coats; 220 5th av.
Williams D. G. Co.; H. L. Williams, dry
Ladie9' Fashion Shop; B. Dean, ready to
J. Nachman, women's ready to wear and
Barnes-Woodin Co.; E. C. Flemlng, fancy
goods;' 6 W. 32d st.
ANDREW J. McCORMACK, Auotloneer,
REGULAR AUCTION SALB
STOCKS AND BONDS
BY ADRIAN H. MILLER * SON
OFFICF1, 55 WILLIAM STRBET
WEDNESDAY, Jl'NE 22, 1921,
at 12:30 o'clock, at the
NOS. 14 AND 16 VESEY STRBET.
For Account of Executors:
$4,000 Long island R. R. 6'/o Deb. Bonds,
10 shs. Long Island R. R.
5 shsv Matawok Land Co.
4 shs. Long Island Motor Parkway,
2 shs. Long Island Motor Parkway,
3 shs. Aeolian-Weber Plano & Plan
ola Co. prefd.
2 shs. Aeollan-Weber Plano & Plan
ola Co. common.
2 shs. Telautograph Corpn. prefd. &
1 sh. Telautograph Corpn. common
?i $85.71 scrip.
$5,000 Brooklyn Union Elevated R. R.
lst Mtg. 5C<> Bonds, 1050.
25 shs. Big Spring Ranch Co.
12 shs. L. B. Roberts & Co., Inc.
For Account of Whom It Mav Cnivorn:
$300,000 American Manganese Manufactur?
ing Co. lst General Dunbar Mtg.
6r/o Bonds, due July 1, luly.
27 shs. Murchlson National Bank,
Wilmington, North Carolina.
290 shs. Bastman Paper Co., Inc, com?
100 shs. Columbia Trust Co.
COUPON NO. 4 OF THE INCOME BONDS
Of our Company will be payable from
to-day's date with Fl. 316.84 at the Na?
tional City Bank of New York.
N. V. STEENFABRIEKEN VOORHEEN
FIRMA ROBERT JANSSEN GEVBST1GD
Pierce Oil Corporation
PREFERRED DIVIDEND NO. 8
The Board of Directors of this
Corporation has declared a regular
quarterly dividend of 2% on the
Preferred Stock, puyable,- July 1,
1921, to Stockholders of record at
tha close of business on June 27th,
1921. Checks will be malled to
such record holders by Guaranty
Trust Company, Transfer Agent.
Transfer books will not close.
New York, June 17th, 1921.
C. WALTER RANDALL, Secy.
INDIANA PIPE LINE COMPANY.
18 Broadway, New York,
June 18th, 1921.
A dlvldend of $2.00 per share has been
declared on the capital stock of this com?
pany puyable August 15th, 1921, to stock?
holders of record at the close of business
July 18th, 1921. *
All communlcations regardlng payment
or change of address should be sent to
the uiulersigned not later than August
GEORGE CHESEBRO',' Secretary.
THE UNITED GAS IMPROVEMENT CO
N. W. Cor. Broad and Areh Mreets.
Philadelphia, June 8, 1921
The Directors have this day declared a
quarterly dividend of one per cent (50c
per share) on the Common Stock of this
Company. payable July 15, 1921, to hold?
ers of Common Stock of record at the close
of business June 30, 1921. Checks wil! be
malled. I. w. MORRIS, Treasurer.
To the Stockholders of the
HOTEL CREDIT LETTER COMPANY
You are hereby notified that the annual
meeting of tho Stockholders of the Hotel !
Credit Letter Company will be held at '
ihe otTtcn of the Companv, No. 505 Fifth !
Avenue. 'Borough ot Manhattan, City of
New York, on Saturday. July 2 1JJ1 ?.
10 o'clock A. M., for the purpose of efect
lng directors for the ensulug vear and for
the transactlon of such other business as
may regularly come before the meeting
iours, very respectfully.
EDGAR A. WAI.Z, JR., Secretary
N?w York, June 18th, 1921,
CAJMDA Calls l/ouf
IDEAL SUMMER CLIMATE
In Canada, your Ideal Vacation is
realized; Rideau Lakes, Muskoka
Quetico?Minaki?Lower St. Law?
rence and Maritime Provinces.
Fishing, Boating, Bathing, Golf. A
eummcr playground in the great
Jasper Park, Alberta, and Mount
Robson Park, British Columbia,
embrace thc scenic mountain won
ders of thc Dominion.
FISHING, HUNTINGand CAMPING
Real fishing and hunting in virgin
streams and unspoiled big game
country in NOVA SCOTIA, NEW
BRUNSWICK, QUEBEC, ON?
TARIO, ALBERTA and BRIT?
Daily trains run from Montreal to
Vancouver and from Toronto to
Vancouver ?? traina luxuriously
equipped to make your journey a
progress of pleasure. Restful stop
overs at the Dominion's most fa?
mous hotels. Complete your trip to
California and the Pacific Coast by
seeing the Wonderland of Canada.
Every assistance gladly given in
. planning your tour; write or call,
'CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS
A. B. CHOWN, G?n. Agrt., Paaa. Dept.
1270 Broadway (Cor. 33d St.)
Kew York. N. Y.
UP THE HUDSON
to Newburgh and
New York'a most
Music and Table
Also Service a Ia C'arte.
Leave Pier 32, N. R., foot Canal St.,
9:30 A. M.; Wi st 132d St. Pier, 10:00 A.
M. Arrives Newburgh at 2 P. M. Leav?
ing Newburgh at 4 P. M. sharp.
DAILY, INCHDING SBNDAY.
" Washington Irvinff," "Henrtriek lludaon."
-DeWitt Clinton," "Robert Fulton,"
ptrect Rail Connectiona. AU through rall
tickets between New York i.nd Albany
accepted. Music. ReBtaurant.
Dayiight Saving- Time
W. 42(1 St.
W. 129t!i St...
10.50 || 2.40 |
T12.30 B 1-4.20
etl.00 I T4.50
tl.40 II t5.
12.30 || ...
tReturn steamer same day from points
marked t. e Daily, except Sundav.
NOTE?9 A. M. steamer from Desbrosses
St, dofs not stou at Dear Mt. or West Point.
Take 10 A. M. Bteamer from West VZsul St
On Sundays Steamer "DeWitt Clinton"
makes tlie 10 o'clock run from West 42nd Ht
POUGHKEEPSIE BOAT RACES?JUNE188
Steamer "Robert Fulton" leaves Dea
brosiies St. 10:00 A. M., and Steamer "De
V.'ltt Clinton" lcavfa W. 42d St. 10:30 A M
on special trips to view Boat Races at
Poughkeepsie Wednesdav, June 22nd
IDEAL ONK-DAY OUTINGS. '
Telephone Canal 9300.
DESBROSSES ST. PIER. NEW YORK.
Direet daily service all the
way by water withoiff change.
CAPE COD CANAL
Connectlons at Boston for Portland
Rockland, Bangor, Mt. Deaert, Me., and
Yarniouth, N. S.
Steamers leave Pier IS, N. R.. New
York (ft. Murray St.), daily. including
Sundays. at 5 P. M. Dayiight Savin,;;
Time. Tel. Barolay 5000. '
EASTERN S. S. LINES
Ideal Amuseinent Park.
Steamer leaves Battery Daily
S:30 a. m., 2:00, *.:30 and Si .00 i
SIGHT SEEING YACHT
ALL AKGIND NEW YORK?Lv. Battery
Pier 10:.>0. 2:30; lecturer and refreshtnenta.
Tel. Broad 0S34. Boata for Charter.
OOT ON LONG ISLAND. Send 4 cents
to U. P, A., L. L R. R.f Penn Station, N. Y.
LONG BEACH L.I.
nnHE management takes
"*" pleasure in announcing
the opening of the Nassau
Grill this evening.
THE COOLEST SPOT WITHIN COMMUTING DISTANCE OF NEW YORK
NEW YORK STATE
LAKE PLACID, N. Y.
! OPENS IN Jl'NK. Extensivcly Improved;
nne.st electrical equipment; running water;
: private bathrooma; elevator; orchestra;
FURNISHED OOTTAOF.S KOR RENT.
All outdoor Adirondack dlveraions. Circular.
: M. B. MARSHALL. Mgr., Lake Placid. N. V.
MOUNTAIN Summer Homes s?*S!
U Af-JITiflMC ?r plc-turea and Information
VHUH I lUNd about Suliiren Co. Send 5e to
O. L. Boblnson, Grand Central Ter., N. Y. City.
Oet aw*ay to CaMiU?eomethlng dllfaron' awtyf th*
nenrc-mting, pinc-?cc.ntc.d. aleep-giving air of Huakoka
!J??. Th-.rrt yoK
vrttl flfld thil I'oicl.
good fxM*. golf, flafc.
n?. everything that
m?kr? ine worth while. Every room a fixed rate
Accommodatioaln July aseured. IllfMtrated looklot
R?7?i Mukaka Hetel P.O., Uke Rwrng, OnUrie.
OCEAN GROVE, N. J.
ni TFFM On Ocean Front. Ocean Orore.
?^UCd*v N- j Booklet. L. J. Russell.
"Vermont Motor Toure," 'Green Mountain*
of Vermont," "Hotel DIrectory," "CottaBes
to Rent and For Sale." Write Vermont Pub
Portland, Maine?For Information "arrlte
Frank T. Cummlngs, Chamber of Commerce
High and Cool in ihe Berkshira
A HOTEL OF DISTINCTION.
OPENS JUNE 18. Elevatiori 1.400 feet.
Golf, Scadle Riding, Orchestra. Garage.
Desirable Cottages with Hotel Service.
HOWE ? TVYOROOKR, Manager*.
Winter Resort. Princess llotei. Bermada.
In the Berksftires, Now Open
Golf and Roads in Excellent Condition
Route Books and Circuiars on Request.
i Dealrable Cottage for w?nt
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J.
ON THE BEACH
ATLANTIC CITT. N. J. trnaara?ase? tzt
aaalthfu! Knit and Racreailea.
ASBCKY PARK, N. J.
Asbury Park Hotel Information
Free. Write City Bureau, 901 Boardwaik.
THE PEOPLE'S PLAYGROUND
Evs. Battery, 8 A. M.; W. 132d St., 9:45 A. M.
m^i^m^^ SATURDAY AFTERNOON TRIP
' * Steamer GRAND REPUBLIC
Lvs. Pier A, Battery, 1:30; Tf. I32d St., 2:00 P.M
Strs. CLERMONT and GRAND REPUBLIC le*ve Battery, 9 A. M.
Str. ONTEORA leaves West 189th St., 9:30 A. M.
ROUND TRSP FARES?Weekdays: Adults, 75c; Children, 30c.
Sundays and Holiday s: Adults, 91.00; Children, 50c (including War Tax).
palteafccg gjntcmate p>atft Commfggton
Telephones: John 4320; Bowling Green 7075. 6, 7 and 8.
Get out in the, open ? away from city
streets. A wonderful sail and delightful
Leave FRANKLIN ST., ? A. M.: W
l-'Jth St., U:45 A. M., rain or shine.
ON THE HUDSON
Weat Point, Newburgh, Poughkeepsie,
?Str. "Homer Rsunsdeli" leaves FRANK
LIN ST., 1:00 P. M ; W. 129th St., 1:30
P. M. Restaurant, Lunch Room, Music.
"Str. '?Pottgiikeepsle." leaves FRANK?
LIN ST., 2:30 P. M.; W. 129th St., 8:16
?Connects with Str. "Benj. B. Odell"
for return trip to New York same day
CENTRAL HUDSON LINE
l-'aily sailings rroin Pier 32, N. R...
foot Canal st,, weokdays, C and 7 p.
ra.; Sundays and Holidays, at 6 and
9 p. m.; West 132d st. half-hour later
(Dayiight Saving Time). Direet rall
connectlons at Albany to all pointa.
North. East and West. Phone Canal
ICxprrss Freight Service. Antos Carried
HUDSON NAVIGATION COMPANY
MIDDLETON S. BORI.AND nnd
JAMES A. EMERSON. Receivera.
illlMliMiiiininrrniiiiiinBiimi ? iiimumih?.
Spoclal Sehedule for Sntu-dav, J,,,,,.
Lv. IV. 120th St. Pier i, n. R. Coney D
!:45' P.M. 3:30
Trips murked ? du n?t K0 to V>9ih
Jr-ps marked j d<? not stop at Pli-r 1,
Telephone Whitehall 1270.
?o.TMt?r, $4.02. ??rovldenee direet, *3.2k
Stateroonu S1.G2, sy*A:i and $3.24.
Daily A Sunday?4:30 P. M. Standard Tfrr.e.
rroir Pier IS. K. R. Fhona 270* Beokm?,?.
Tickets ut Pier or Cunsolidated Offlet-s.
Pier ti, N. R., w_-ek
o:30 a. m. & 2:45 p. m. Battery. 8:55
"undays: Franklin St..
11:30 a. m.. and Battery. icjS a. na.
Sightseeing around Manhattan Island daily
and Sunday. 10:30 & 2:30. W. 42d St., New
Vork Central Pier i3. Phone Longacre 1250.
r*t? poh/lax /roe/TZ
Splendid fittamure and Service
Orvheatra <m ea*k SUaraer
t"i *"**** St. Pier 14 N.K.
6.50 P.M. Dacly inel. Saoday
Ntw Badford Lln.
"?'. r?. ?.. llouston St., 8 P.M.
New Lemten Un*
L?. Pifr<?N.R. Hoo
Dayilgtrt Satv. Ti'na
Trc(??te ft Phtrs and
Delightful trip of 150 . miles through
the Ea$t River and on Long Island
Sound. Good music?Refreshments.
Sir. Richard Peck
Lv. Pier 40, N.R., Kouston St. P.30 A M
Return due New York, Pier 40. 9.00 P.M.
Ample time for sixhtseeln? in New
Haven, the "City of EI:ns," rich in his?
tory and acanis Intereat.
Round Trip Fare (inol. War Tai), Sl.70
On oaie Sunday only at the Pier.
To Atlantic IHphlands, New .L'r?ev,
Leavinif from BATTERY LANBTNG.
Schedule, Week Days and Sundays
(Daylight Saving Tiine)
From N.Y. *9.30 a.m. I From *llam
Battery 1.30 p.m. Atlantic 5 p.m!
I.ansiing 8.00 p.m. I Hlghlanda 9.45 p m.
*Morning Trip omitied on Monday*
PARK 60 CENTS EACH WAY
Telephone Broad 6034 and 7380.
a.eamer leavea p.ei 8?. N. H. iFt. W. Huu?
tmi ht.) Hwkaaya aiid Sundaya al i ia 1' M.
iDaylisht barnii Time!. Stateroonia may b*
reaurred ln aJtance. Phona Sprlaj ?4?l
Help Wanted Bniaen Car*i
SitualioBS Wanted Ensh-eu Ouvoet-mifa,
Boardert Wanted Emjrroy?e**t A?e?eiM
Forniihed Koon* Lott, Fonad aad Rewg/di
LOST, FOUND AND REWARD~~
LOST?Pearl and diamond pin, IrTThTn
of bowknot. about four Inches lontr 7
eraj reward If rettirn--d to Mr. La-cey PmT
nam Bros., 2 West 4r.th st. A Pu~
LOST?Bankbook Ho. Ill 181 ?;rif,,o.?.
Saving, n?nk, 20 Union*?a&*lVf*
Vork. Payment stopped. rinder p;,'a.-''
turn to bnnk. P ease re
LOST?Bankbook No. 630.11X Th? Or,.
wlch Savings Bank. 246 Sixth Av^*"
Payment atopped. Please return to bank!
LOST?Bankbook No. 624.334, The o,??
wlch Savings Bank, 246 61-rth AvIbu."
Payment atopped. Piease return to ban'
LOST?Bankbook No. E97.08H The Or??
wich Savings Bank, 246 S'-it'h Avem?
Payrrrcnt stopped1, Pleaae return to ban
LOST?Bankbook No. 674.303. The (>..?
wlch Savings Bank, 246 Sixth Av.rn.'
Payment atopped. Please return to b^k
LOST?Bankbook No. E38.85S, The **?_
wlch Savings Bank, 246 Sixth Averm."
Payment stopped. Piease return to bank
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET
28D ST.. WEST?Room, 1-3 gentle-r,,*
private famliy; every convenience. U.t
klna 8454. ""?
39TH, 36 WEST?Single roon-., adjol^
bath; clean, cool; sv/itchboard servle7
84TH. 318 W.?Good homelike room !r
private home; elevator, 6th floor Call
Saturday or Sunday. Telephone ?c*juyi?r
101 ST. 230 WEST.?Charm, comfort cieaT
llness, elevator, telephone. Apt. 23.
WEST END AVE., 840 (lOist)? La-g, co~.
room, atrictly private family. JD.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
COOK, German or Swedish: referenaaa
Box 74. Fisher'a Island, N. T.
TEACHER OR ADVANCED STUDENT?
Agreeable eummer position: llberal ril
ary; opportunity for permanency. T IL
Box 10S. Station F. Manhattan.
IlELr WANTED MALE
SALESMAN WANTED: EXTREMELY
DESIRABLE TERRITORY; OPEX FOP
EXPERIENCED SALESMAN HAVING ES
TABLISHED CONNECTION WITH RE
TAIL BUYERS TO REPRESENT LEAD?
ING ENGLISH MANUFACTURER Or*
MBN'S GABARDINE AND TWEED TOP
COATS; COMMISSION AND DRAWING
FOR APPOINTMENT WRITE T. N 1214
GLASS PAINTER?Church wlndowe. an
tiques; state experience. 221S St. Jameg
Place, Philadelphia, Pa.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALB
COOKS, WAITREPSES, HOUSEWOHK.
ers, Chambermaids and Laundree-"ii:
Finnish and Swedish a epeclalty. Lehtl
Agency, 58 East 125th st. Telephone Har?
COOK AND WAITRESS. Finnish gtrlg
, speak English; references. Leh-i Agency
68 E. 125th st. Telephone Harlem 5515.
General Hoaseworkers, Etc.
GENERAL Housework?Strong Rpantsh
girl. willing to do ar.ything; small wages.
Irwin's Agency, 639 Sixth av. F. R. 6S02.
SETTLED colored woman wishes work;
small wages, on half time; referencea
161 West 78th Bt.
YOUNG LADY TEACHER wishes tutoriBg
position or other agreeable work for
summer. G 744. Tribune.
SITUATIONS WANTED MALE
JAPANESH. eook-butler: reliaWU. ?fflel??tj
modern furulshlng. 108 Weat 4?tb. Bry?
MAN, 23. capable assfsting purchasing
agent, plant executive or tak!r.<- charge
storeroom; desires position anything. 0
WILL ASSIST ANY WELL
RATED BUSTN'ESS THAT
NEEDS ADDITIONAL CAPITAL.
NOMINAL CHARGE. DO
NOT REQUIP.E PLEDG1NG
ACCOUNTS. Add. F. L. C, 135S B'wuy.
Diamonds, Jewelry, Etc.
DIAMONDS bought and sold for ca?h tran
individuals or estates. EENKETT. 17*
Broadway, 2d fioor.
SUPREME COURT, COUNTY OP NEW
YORK.?FREDERICK J WEST, INC.
plaintiff. against ALBERTO BACCARAT
and JOAO BORGES BACCARAT, co-paft
ners doing business under the firm nara* cf
BACCARAT & CIA., defendants.?SUM?
To the above-named Defendants:
You are hereby silmmoned to answer tn?
complalnt in this action, and to serve a
copy of your answer on the plaintiffs at
torne>-3 within twenty days after the serv?
ice of thia summons, exclusive of the day
df service; and in case of your failure to
appear, or answer, Judgment will be takaa
against you by default for the relie* de
rnanded ln the complaint.
Trial desired in the County of N?w YoriL
Dated. May 10, 1021.
DAVIDSON. MOSES & PICKER.
Attorneys for Plaintiff, Office and Post
Office Address, 188 Broadway, Ne?
To ANTONIO BACCARAT and JOAO
BORGES BACCARAT. co-partners do
injr business under the firm name of
BACCARAT & CIA., defendante:
The foregojng auminons i.s served nP??
you by publication pursuant to an order of
HON. EDWARD G. WHITAKER. Justlc*
of the Supreme Court of the State of Ns*
York, dated .lune 17th, 1821. and liled on
that day with the complalnt in the offlca
of the Clerk of the County of New Yurit
at the County Court House, County, City
and State of New York.
Dated, New York. June 17th, 1921.
DAVIDSON, MOSES oi B1CHB8,
Plaintirt's Attornevs. Ofllce and Pott
Otlice Address, 16>> Broadway, >'**
SEALED PROPOSALS KOR COS*JPvC'
tion of Snop fauuaings ror ArrnJ .f****"
port Service at General Intermediate t>?
pot, 5sth St. and First Ave., BrooWjrBj >;
Y., will be received and publiclv cpeneo at
11 A. M., June 25, 1051, at ConaiructlnS
Quarfermaater'a ofllce, Room 611, ts* White?
hall St.. N. Y. Cuy. Information at above
address. Government reserves the right w
acee.pt or r-sie-,1 any or all bids for "***
637 MADISON AV?.
Cor 59t!i St. ^&
LB880NS *uv ,.
W9 ruar?nt?? !? tf?/->? J*0" '*
?lane* all itio I*!**!
daoeea a*n<*b aad eor?*?7'
10 LESSONS S8
10 A. M. ft) H f. *
_ SUMMER S^HO?^______
Work and play for Boya at LalM WaU?a*
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