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IVli'Uoherls Assumes
The Presidency of
Mr, ropoli tan Trust
Philip D, Armour, Earl D.
Bahs!. \Y. B. Joyce and
Others Named Directors;
Will Have Virtual Control
Samuel McRoberts yesterday as-!
sumed the presidency of the Metropoli?
tan Trust. Company, following consum?
mation of a deal which gives him and
nia associates virtually operating con?
trol of thai institution through acqui?
sition of a substantial minority inter?
est in its stock. He also was elected
r. director at the meeting of the board
at which he was chosen to succeed
Harold 1. Pratt, retired last June, as
lent.
I * importance of the arrangement
i the standpoint of the company's
em was emphasized by the
announcement making public for the
first time the men who come to the in?
stitution with Ceiicral McRoberts.
rhere were also added ic the board
vest lip D. Armour, of Armour
& Co.; Cat! D. Babst, president of the
Vmerican Sugar Refining Company;
Van Lear Black, president of the Fi
ity T'-ust Company of Maryland;
William B. Joyce, president of the Na?
tional Surety Company; C. G. Smith,
prosii le Great American Insur?
ance Company, and C. W.. Watson, pres?
ident of the Consolidated Coal Com
pany.
??These gentlemen, with other repre?
sentatives of solid and substantial in
ests throughout the country." said
the mnouncement, "have, with
Mr. McRoberts. become interested in
the Metropolitan Trust Company. As?
sociated ?-? men as Haley Fiske,
president of the Metropolitan Life In
surance Company; T. DeWitt Cuyler,
Ogden Mills, Joseph Walker, jr.. Harold
I. Pratt and otl ers who are already on
the board, the new administration
aid seem to be amply backed for an
and important career."
William H. Maxwell, jr., formerly
d with Bernhard, Scholle &
i o., was made a vice-president of the
compnnv.
General McKoberts was for more
than ten year.- a vice-president and ex
ecutivc manager of the National City
Bank. resi>rnin.?; shortly after his re?
turn from war service. Since then he
has been engaged in handling his per?
sonal interests and in serving various
business enterprises as financial ad?
viser. He is a director of the Amer
Ican Sugar Refining Company, the Chi
rarro, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway
opany, the Consolidation Coal Com
nanv. the American Ice Company, the
National Surety Company, the Kansas
City Southern Railway Company, the
Great American Insurance Company,
rhe American Alliance Insurance Com?
pany and other corporations.
Our Booklet
Dividend
References
Contains Calendar of dividend
: -.-. on Hated abares; approxt
ex-dlvldend and payable
Also ?i '-h and low pries
1920,
This booklet also contains tabla
ling yields on dividend pay
Bhares at varying pries
?levels, in addition to a Trading
Record Ledger showing at a
glance resulta on each trans
\
Copy on Request j?
M.E.&J.W.de AG?ERO
established 1884
Members
n?nt!dated Stock Exchange of N. T.
American Bankers Association.
32 Broadway New York
Phono Broad 300?.
We are prepared to offer a
direct service for traders in
Grain and Commodities.
Full information, quotations
end other timely data on
request
Rasmussen&Cq
Members Chicago Board of Trad?
STOCKS - BONDS - CHAIN
111 Broadway New York
Tel. Rector 4M I
We Bay, Sell & Quote
German Municipals
German Industrials
German Currency
PUNHAM(|a
SPECIALISTS ^^
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Telephone S30Q-1? Hanover
t'nrrent Issue of onr
"FINANCIAL FORECAST"
Sent without obligation
ESTABLISHED 1909
? Mernhr-i ?
Consolidated Stock txchsna? ?if Na\? Yark
| New York Curb Market
41 SKjOAT? ST, NEW\BRR,
fhorwBnpe.di,2C>
"BOMD TERMS
DEFINED"
Booklet pratli? on roqueat, also fieml
Monthly Iuvestment Letter just off the
L. A. HUGHES ?Si CO.
100 Broadway. Tvl. Rector 2853.
FINANCIAL
HAMC * Krr,Bl?R!Sr CORPORATION'.
SINKING FUND NOTICB,
Sealed proposals Cor the sale, to Fidelity
Trust Company, Trustee, at a price not to
r?*eoed 102H per centum of par and ac
ruefl :: tei "?at, of a sufficient amount of
the First Mortgage Twenty-Tear 6f? yinU
ing; Fund 0..1d Bunds of the Halo & Kll
i.urn Corporation to exhaust the sum of
?3.560 win be received at tho ofrite of
said Fidelity Trust Company, Trustee, 325
-;:i Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, until
Friday, ' 30, 1931, at 12 o'.clook M.
FJ DEBUT TRUST COMPANY, Trustee,
svni. i*. Gest, President,
Philadelphia. December li, 1921.
COUPONS
\inerican Telephone & Telegraph Co.
FOOT 1er Cent Colli?ter*l Trust C'olU Bonds
Due .?u?y i. 1939
Coupons from th.-.-i? Bonds, payable by
th*,- i-M?,:i on January I, 1522, .it the
oftioe or agency of tlio Company in New
Vorlc or in Boston, will bo paid 1n New
York al the Bankers' Trust Company, 16
Wall fiiteet, or In Boston ul The
Marchants National Bank.
JU. ?HwAiK-iJ?Ui'a. Trawiiiar.
Business News
Improvement in Agriculture
In Mid-West Encouraging
Corn and Wheat Situation
Better, Says Chicago Re?
serve Hank; NolJncmploy- ;
ment Increase Last Month |
CHICAGO, Pec. 27. - Encouraging
reports from the agricultural sections
of tho Seventh Federal Reservo Dis?
trict indicate considerable Improve?
ment during November in credit, con?
ditions, according to the monthly re?
view of business conditions to bo is?
sued by the Chicago Federal Reserve'
Bank on December 81.
"Corn is moving to tho market
rapidly for this time of tho year,"
says the review, "arid wheat is re?
ported in good condition. Advances in
corn prices have given encouragement.
"lloliiiiiy trade started fairly well
early this month, although some re?
ports indicnto a falling off in dollar
sales from last year. The factory
situation in some parts of the dis?
trict is unfavorable. While orders re?
ceived are a little better, collections
have not been made, thus causing a
heavy demand for carrying largo, in?
ventories and finished goods."
The total volume of employment in
manufacturing industries in tho dis?
trict was fairly constant in November,
with fluctuations, however, in indi?
vidual groups. Iron and steel in?
creased 8,8 per cent. Other increases
were made in other metals, leather and
leather products. The heaviest do
croases were in automobiles and ac?
cessories, stone, clay and cement.
Average earnings declined about 5 per
cent for the month.
Commercial Credit
Tho commercial money markets j
opened the new week with little change j
from last week. Commercial paper was
quiet, with rates on the basis of 5 peri
cent for the best primo paper. The j
bulk of paper in the market is now of]
this character.
The American Acceptance Council
quoted the following discount rates on
prime bankers' acceptances eligible for
purchase by Federal Reserve banks:
Bid. Asked, i
Thirty days. 4% 4%
Sixty days. 4% 4 Vt
Ninety dav3..-. 4% 4vi
120 days. 4-\ 4U
Call loans against acceptances, i H
per cent.
m .. ' ?
Berlin Diamonds Active
BERLIN, Dec. 27 (By The Associated
Press). ? Berlin's diamond bourse.
-?,-?1
Value To Be Keynote
Of Dress Trade in 1922
The manner in which women pur?
chased new dresses Immediately be?
fore Christmas, according to David
N. Mosessohn, executive director of
the Associated Dress Industries of
America, has given dress manufac?
turers an indication of what is
wanted and at what prices the pub?
lic will buy.
"The first three weeks of Decem?
ber," he said, "showed a material
increase in retail volume, and natu?
rally a much larger turn-over of
merchandise than during the same
period last year. Medium priced
goods constituted the bulk of pur?
chasing, with, of course, somo of
the lower and higher priced mer?
chandise moving in smaller per?
centages. Women shopped and se?
lected values.. This tendency was
not so apparent last year, and not
at all the year before.
"Women will buy, so there is no
fear for 1922. Women want value
and they must get it."
which was established a year ago to
stabilize trafile in precious stones, has
done an enormous business, according
to a report issued to-day. The report
showed a substantial isicrease in busi?
ness despite the loss of South African
raw materials and claims that Berlin
is becoming recognized as a strong
competitor of Antwerp and Amsterdam
in this field.
According to the report, '2,000,000
Dutch guilders and 5,000,000 French
francs have passed through the
Reichsbank to cover turn-overs of the
diamond bourse. Four times this
amount, says the report, has passed
through other banks, the government
collecting 200,000 marks on 1,1,000,000
marks' worth of business done by four
foreigners in eight weeks alone.
Foreigners are permitted member?
ship in tho bourse only under excep?
tional circumstances. Trading goes on
practically all day, and prices during
fluctuations in tli,o value of the mark
usually vary from 20,000 to 45,000
marks a carat. Many stones, known
to have come from Russia, have beea
handled by the bourse.
Business Troubles
P?tillons In Bankruptcy
Folio wine; petitions In bankruptcy were
filed yqesterday in United States District
Court :
''MAP!. J. ROMER?Voluntar*/; 1120 Col?
lege ave., Bronx. Liabilities ? 44,126; no
assets.
JOS. SCHEUER ? Voluntary; wom?n*s
and men's furnishings 1707 2d ave. Lia?
bilities, $2,369; assets. $1.005.
RAY C. OWENS?Voluntary; 1482 B'way,
Liabilities. $s,S07: no assets.
KENNETH DOUOLAS?Voluntary; Ged
ney Farms, Whit? Plains, N. Y. Liabili?
ties, $2,788; no asset's.
GLENMORH WOOLEN MILL?. INC..
Involuntary; woolens, etc., 41 East 20th at.
M. K. CLOTHING CO., INC.?Involun?
tary; men's clothing, 2D Bowery.
ROBT. H. 1NGERSOLL & BRO.?Invol?
untary; Ingersolt watches, 30 Irving pi.
Liabilities. $3,000,000; assets, $",000,000.
Receivers in Bankruptcy
Following receivers In bankruptcy were
appointed yesterday in United States Dis?
trict Court:
.los. IL Frier for Albert Hatpin Co., Inc.,
Jewelry, 47 Maiden la., with bond of $6,
000.
Edwards H. Chllds for Robt. H. Ingersnii
& Bio., mfrs. of watches 30 Irving pi.,
with bond of $20,000.
Schedules in Bankruptcy
Following schedules In bankruptcy were
filed yesterday In United States District
Court:
MILLBLUM KNITTING MILLS, INC.,
knit goods, 186 Lafayette st. Liabilities,
$15.256; assets, $8,801.
POPULAR 5 AND 10 CENT STORES,
200 "Willis ave. and 2420 Grand concourse,
Bronx. Liabilities, $14,286; assets, $5.000.
J. ALTER CO. INC. 50 West 30th st.
Liabilities, $37,8 20; assets, $4.115.
J. BERNSTEIN S- CO., 34 East 12th st.
Liabilities, $18,078; assets, $5,113.
Assignments
JNO. SHOENFELD, dealer In hats and
men's furnishings, 2729 8th ave., for Edw.
J. Ryan, 133 West 43d St.
BOYS' FASHION CLOTHES SHOPS,
clothing and apparel 1893 Southern blvd..
Bronx, for Isidor Mates, 220 B'way,
Judgments Filed
The following Judgments were filed yes
terda-1 , the ilrst name being that of the
debtor:
In New Tork County
Adams, Thomas E.?Drelcer & Co. $1,<MG.40
Ackerman, Harry?C. H. Nolle... 654.80
Abramson, Julius, anil Morris
I'lopkln ( Battery Lunch)?M.
T, Butts et al. 384.10
Advertising and Selling Co., Inc.
? State Bank . . 191.88
Belkind, Annie?Title Guaranty
and Trust Co. 2 7 5.32
Bowes, Louis H.?W. M. .Mullen
et al. 5:?.50
Bross, Do vid (Supertor House
anil Window Cleaning Co.)?
Empire State Mutual In? Co... 208.38
Berman, Herman?Title Guaranty
and Trust Co. 132.35
Borstletnann, Charles ? A. M.
Rohrs et al. 774.33
Borloglou, Pr?dromos H.?H, R, /..
Moustafa . 3,190.68
Burtls-Twyefort Co.?TI de wate r
Sales Corp. 662.30
Bauer, William J., and Appoia
l'hone Players, Inc.?J. M. Gil
mour . 179.,63
Bright way, Inc.?H. Klrsohman.. 169.70
Coxey, Jacob S. sr.? Essex Press. 299.06
Colety, Francis?John I'. Peel Co. 411.89
Cook, George E.?W. A. Cook_ 8,196.4 6
Cahill, Mendella M. and Edward?
Oeroglan Realty Co., 1 no. 3,017.79
Cedarhurst Healty Holding Corp.,
Inc.-?C. Wynne et. al. 2,675.00
Community Motor Car Supply
Service Co. ?? Appliance Dis?
tributing Corp. 337.27
David Allen, Inc.?L. D. Mig.
Corp. 269.72
Deeb, Cabrlel E.?John W. Hen
son Co., Inc. 246.19
Dudey, Arthur H.?C. A. Savage. 271.00
Dermer, Harry?J. R. Ansteth. . 281.45
Dewey Hea und Coffee Co.-?O.
Mohelbauer et al. 481.83
Bdeliiian, Louis?M. H. Ellison.. 170.20
Eickevort, Louis, ir.?J. P. Hana
gan . 2,873.97
Fischer, Maurice C?A. Elsler
et al. 192.26
Food Sales Co., Inc.?People, etc. 600.00
Frank B. Hall & Co.?Common?
wealth Trust Co. of Pittsburgh;
costs . 138.22
Futoran, Samuel?-M. Sailer. 518.70
Fratikin, Morris?%\. Brown. U41.ll
Frackville Mfg. Co., Inc.?M.
Parish; costs. 109.05
Garten, Samuel M.? Progress Cor. 664.76
Gladstone Leather Goods Co., Inc.
- -I.. Jacobson. 3 56.70
Gretschel, Max F. and Joseph?
Bioonilrrgdale Piaru Co.. Inc.. 246.08
Grund, Albert R.?C. A. Rouse.. iL'7.56
Golden, Joseph- J. Thalheim.... 2':*;.6.:?
Gruff .& Beiol. Inc.?J. K. Larkln '
& Co. 149.86
Held. Meier?B. Tobias. 160.45
Hierta, Baron H.?R. Sushan.... 363.05
Horowlte. Mora-M. P. Hirsch... 143.46
J. Alello & Co., Inc.?G. L. Don
nellen . 6,195.95
Jastro. Morris S.?H. L. Gold.... 1,092.40
Krown, Joseph?Louis Gr?cnberg
Plumbing Supplies, Inc. 637.07
Kessler, David?O'Donnell, Wels
berger & Co., Inc. 160.45
Kelly. Jessie F.? M. Gralkln . . . 800.20
Kahrrweller, Louis M. and Mina
-M. L. Margollsh; costs. 111.85
Keating, Herbert J.?V. Y. Keat?
ing . 1.060.41
Koch Furniture Corp.?L. Epstein 1.841.44
Katzman, Nathan?-D, F. Smith.. 193.86
Kaplan, Charles and Isidor (!>ur
able Electric Motor Generator
Co.) Dud? :? Mfg. Co. 745.08
Klein, Harry O. Muhlbauer et ni 102.65
Lawrence, Nowbold T.?-Fidelity
& Casualty Co. of N. Y. 7,500.00
Lorrha Healty Corp.?1. D. Rosen?
blatt . 1.633.65
Luedthe. Rudolph K Che] ? ???
Bottling Works, Inc. 634.15
i.a Porte, Delia?s. Illlman.... 320.72
McRea Drug Store, Inc. BroatJ
way <fc 9Sth St. Realty Co.,.Ina 1 4 12.31
Mazza, dentare (Regal Dress
Co.)-National Surety Co. 492.41
Miller. Gl/iave M.?Doctors' Serv?
io? Co&u. lnt. 160.20
McMahill, Wendell?Norden Elei -
trie Sign Co. 1,084.41 ?
Same . 141.91
h, William B.?Sam Mayor,
Inc. 302.80
M?llese, Kate, gu'dn?.1. Conn.
? osts . 3 0!>.10 !
Marra, Nicholas- 3'. Baiardi et ni 22t;.ON ?
Numoss Mfg. Co., Inc.?J. M.
Loddy . 337.31
New Amsterdam Casualty Co.
M, 13. Wallach, costs. 108.29 i
Nagen, N.?Ritchey Pithographie
Corp. f.37.12 i
Nussbaum, Hubert W.?L, Arnold 131.911
Nudal -Mta'. Corp. and Virginia I
IT, Blxby?State Discount Corp. 584.45 ,
Olidorf, Joseph lt., and Mammor
stern & Co.. Inc.?S. Baumgold
rt ni. 640.56
Same- -Sa me . 347.48
Potter, 3-;x..ii S.?13 M. Thompson
rt al. 1,874.30
Pez, William M.?,T. Wei.?.?. 1.102.10
Same? E. Oold. 1,107.10
Same- K. Berger. 1,095.20
Piearlello, Prank?Myron 13. Duy
Co., Inc. 2.356.95 j
Psaki <v Co., Inc.- Comot Waro
Uoui e Co., Inc. 120.26
QUinn, John?T. 3!. Armstrong... 3,098.86
Rockwood, Sparge- M. Brennan. 196.20 j
Robinson, Andrew M,?Title Guar?
antee & Trust Co. 190.47
Romerl, Bolivar S.?W. 10. Hannu 442.02
Rosenblatt, Louis, ami Klein
Shoi e Amusement Co., Inc ..
Joseph Klein and Samuel Shore
-X. Stark. 527.05
Steinberg, Steam Cut Stone Co. -
M. Gerdinor. 3,635.10
Stapler, Gertrude ?- Xiewenhous
Co., Inc. 246.0".
Sinclair, Richard H.?D. Taggart. 114.70
Spot Delivery Co., Inc.?P. Crum
Insky . 736.90
Schlffman, Abraham and Milton
(Schiffman Tiros.) ?a. Udell
et al. 272.2?
Soskin, Louia and Moe?A. J.
i loni rat : in? I '.,. tnc. 4,459.69
Spot Delivery Co., in. - -P. Crum
insky . r374.TO
1 Studt, Henry I-:., and Arthur .1.
\ oil ter- ? M. S. Hoffman. 733.50
Sj., Morris I-:, s. Werner.... 624.41
Schlesinger, Henry ? A.' Bronk
woi i li .;. 103.65
Stadler, Albert M. ?Sylvan Mort?
gage Co., In.-.: costs. 399.82
Truran, J. Howard ? U. S. Radi?
ator Corp. ."60.US
Thatcher, Harry?A. Diedrich.... 783.31
United Benevolent Assrt, Inc.?13.
Bayer . 3 19.15
Van "Wood, Simon?12. II. Sayro
et al. 227.20
W, W. Dress Co.,.Inc.?Massachu?
setts Bonding & 3ns. Co. 3 83.13
Waldman, Henry- !.. Devine.-... J05.41
Weehawken Dry Dock Co.?Na?
tional Surety Co. E.SP9.36
Woman's Wear Exhibitors Corp.?
Women's Wear Co. 1.04?.70
Weltz,'Alois?J. B. Lydecker.... 1,098.23
Zabludowsky, Nathan and Isaac
(Zabludowsky Bros.)? M. .!.
Paiaansky ot al. 140.22
Jn Bronx Comity
Auen, Seena?1T3. Schwartz. S"3.".62
Cavalier), Joseph?E. V. Viscounti 77?"">.7J
Haves Realty Corp.?Trinity Coal
Corp. 3,190.12
Klebanow, Jack?M. Friedman., 324.20
3,aporto, Delia S. Ullman. 120.72
Murray, Willi. I'. -G. Goldblatt. 266.90
Nickel, John C,?G. W. Hill..;. 113.91
Sorrontino, Elena E. R. Kullich. 22.47
Sherwood, Elizabeth?.1. II. Storer 80.02
.Satisfied Judgments
In New York County
The first name Is that of the debtor, th? j
second is that of the creditor, and dato'
when judgment was filed:
Parmalee, William?Bronx Secur?
ity and Brokerage Co; June 30,
1923 . $139.13 I
Hooio Service Co, Ino?Industrial
Enterprises of U S, Inc.; Jan 27,
1921 . 131.7?!
Nadav & Fleischer, Inc?H M
G,oldsteIn Co, Inc; Nov 30, 3523. 103.75 1
BoiiK, Frank W?National Surety
Co of N Y; Get 3 1. 1018. 188.6 0
Nadav & Flolscher, Inc-H M
Goldstein Co, Inc; Apr 27, 1D21. 2,343.47
Daro Luxner Co?Link Belt Co;
June 29, 1920 . 4,111.74
RoBpntiauni, Ida ? i: Olllesple;
Juno 11. 1918 (reversed). 645.20
Imperial Printing Co, Inc?Amer?
ican Type Founders Co; Aug 2",
1923 . 665.15
Patterson, George K.\, 3.owin
son; Nov .". 1921 . 878.53
Same?Same; Dec 6, 3 921. 834.40
Forman, Howard A?Drelcer &
Co, lue; Get 4. 3921 . 6,483.18
Ruf fin, Eugene, and New Amster?
dam Casualty Co?People, etc;
Nov 1, 1921 . 1,000.00
Sullivan, James, and New Am?
sterdam Casualty Co?Same;
Sept 26 ,1921 (vacated). 600.00
Same?Same; Nov 26, 1921 (va?
cated) . 1,000.00
Porter, Abraham?M Moses; Dec
23, 19.1. 2,035.1
Shongooil, Charles?J Miller; Nov
4, 1923 . 165.98
Mosler Safe Co?Korilo Products
Inc; June 29, 1921 . 352.76
FINANCIAL MELTINGS
THE BANK OF AMERICA
New York City, December 26. 3921.
The annual meeting of the stockholder?
of till? Bank for the election of Director?
and for the transaction of such other busi?
ness an may properly COIHO before the
meeting will be held at tho office of the i
Bank, 44 Wall Street, New York City, on
Tuesday, January 30, 3922, at 1 o'clock
p. m. Tho polls will remain open until 3
o'clock p. in.
CHARLES E. CURTIS, Cashier.
MORTON I.ICOIIKK COMPANY. INC. \
The annual meeting of the Stockholders of i
the Horton Mcorie:?) Company, Inc., will l>o '
held al the office of ill? Company, 215 Mon-'
tagua Stiei '. Brooklyn, N, v.. Room 617, on
Monday, January 16th, at 2 o'clock P. M.
?>RBO W1UUAM?.
I'INANCIAL
HENRI' J. I.KAK?l, Auctioneer.
REGULAR AUCTION SALE
STOCKS AND BONDS
BY ADRIAN ||. MM,I.ICH * HON,
OFFICE, 56 WILLIAM BTRBMT,
WKBNK8DAY, DECEMBER :r, 10*41.
at 12:30 o'clock, at the
E\' HAN? IE BA UESROI ?MS
NOS. 14 AND 1? YESEY STREET.
For account of whom It may concern:
6,000 nil?. Rural Mines, Inc.
6,000 ahs. Rural Mines, Inc.
25 slip. Inter-Contlnontal Trading
Corpn. pretil.
25 hIim. Intor-Contlnenta) Trading
Corptt, common v. T. C.
r.ooshs Waynosburg Produits Corpn.
common.?)
$3,500 IDatbush School 6Ti Regstd. Honds.
1B42.
3,002 sh*. Allied packers. Trie., common
Ctf. of Deposit,
100 BhB, Western Btilhllng <*o. prefd.
1,0011 hIis. Continental Insurance Co,
1 ,tm0 f'lis. Continental Insurance Co,
(.00 hIim. Contrai ?'il Development Co.
$20,000 Chic, raicv. Ry. 6f? Deb. Ponds.
1,422 s"im. Chic. Eicv. Ry. Coll. Trust.
prefd. shares,
1.801 Hlin. Mechanical it- Chemical Equip?
ment Corpn.
12.600 ahs. Seven Lakes Petroleum Co.
3,700 sha. Importa Advancement Corpn.
29S she. Eterno Asbestos Lumber and
Shingle Co. prefd.
298 shs. Eterno Asbestos Lumber and
Shingle Co. prefd.
848 bIib. Eterno Asbestos Lumber and
Shingle Co. prefd.
.16,300 she. The American Torcuptne Gold
Mining Co.
2.000 shs. Ajax Texas Oil Co.
4,000 ?dis. Somerset and "Western Oil Co.
iOOshn. Lohlgh Valley Coal Sales Co.
60 ?lis. Madison Tiro ami Rubber Co.
prefd.
10 shs. Southern Pipe Line.
200 shs. Standard Construction Motor
? !o.
50 shs. Madison Tire and Rubber Co.
prefd.
60 shs. Eastern Rolling Mills prefd.
100 shs, Locomobile Co, common.
375 ihn. Nortex Petroleum Co.
300 shs. Lewiston Clnrkson Oil A Gas Co.
$700 Falrview Country Club Bonds.
22 BhB. Pan-American Petroleum, Class
1!.
2,100 shs. Hercules Paper Corpn.
100 shs. Otis Steel.
$110,000 \cw Orleans, Texas A Mexico 5%
Bonds, 1936.
ino sha, Wayne Coal.
.'too BhB. American international Corpn.
10,one Bhs. Royal Divide Mining.
2,650 shs. 1'.ranada <>'.! Corpn., ('Ins* A.
42,700 shs. Rural Mines, Inc
S3,334 shs. Rural Mines. Inc.. V. T. C.
J11.0;in Rural Mines. Inc. Promissory Notes.
300 Rolls-Royce of America prefd.
97 phs. Now York Motion Picture Corpn.
$10,000 Kansas cit.;- Rys. 7% Coll. Trust
Notes. Serle; A.
247 shs. The Locomobile Co. common.
l,Ki>5 shs. Chlcksaw Refining Co. common.
1,165 shs. Chlcksaw Refining Co. prefd.
15,000 Rubles Imperial Russian Govern?
ment 5% Ponds.
1 free sharo New York Society Library.
375 shs. Seaboard Air .Line Ry. common.
283 she Seaboard Air Line Ry. 4-2"", pfd.
350 sii?. Klnemacolor Co. prefd.
1,000 shs. Klnemacolor Co, common. V.T.C.
69 shs North American Securities Co.
prefd.
1 29-40 shs. North American Securities Co.
common.
100 shs. Northwest Co.
$15,450 Northwest Co. 5% Deb. Ponds.
$2,650 Northwest Co. 5% Deb. Bond.?,
Class A.
27. shs. T. D. i-'weot A- Co. prefd.
20 shs. Vera Cruz Investment Co,
30,945 7-12 shs. EsUite? of Long Poach.
500 shs. I". S. Distilling Corpn. com?
mon.
100 shs. Pierce-Arrow "Motor Co. prefd.
? 500 shs. Penmo Oil Un.
100 shs. central Oil "Development Co.
I.OOO shs. Zinc Concentrating Co.
2 000 shs. Austin Amazon Copper Co.
7,500 shs. Keane Wonder Mining Co.
1,000 shs. North American Silver Mining
8,250 shs. Ranger Refining and Pipe Line
Co. common.
,! 165 shs. Ranger Refining and Pip? Line
Co. common.
3 5 shs. National Republican Puhllsh
1 sh5 Commonwealth Hotel Construc?
tion Corpn.
125 shs. Isko, common.
135 shs. Isko, prefd.
$6 i>oo Keystone Rubber Mfg. Co. Notes.
100 shs. National Motor Car & Vehicle
Corpn.
$"" 931 S4 Colorado. Wyoming ?- Eastern
Ry. ist & Refdg. tV,<. Bond?, Ctfs. of
$14.573.80 Colorado, Wyoming * Ea<jt?r*aV
Ry. Geni Mi;:. 6% In? orne ' '.is. of
1 >. posit.
$55 014.03 Colorado. Wyoming ? Eastern
Ry. prefd. stock V. T. C.
$161,576.96 Colorado, Wyoming <v. Eastern
He common stock V. T. C.
$68,621.26 Note of Frank M. Taylor.
I 500 shs. Ncchako River Mines Co.
20 shs. George L. Deri- ,t Co. common,
in shs. George L. Derr ??? Co. prefd.
30 shs Kapo Manufacturing Co.
50 shs. Catherine Curtis Corpn. com?
mon.
.",00 shs. American Oil Engineering
Corpn. common.
25 shs. Bronx Exposition Inc. prefd.
330 shs. Bronx Exposition Inc. common.
000 shs. Columbia Ry. Ga.s & Electric
Co. common.
500 shs. Carbon Steel Co. 1st prefd.
55 shs. Carbon Steel Co. 2d prefd.
$5.000 Yolo Water & Power Co. 1st Mtg.
5% Bonds.
20 shs. Yolo Water <fc Power Co. com?
mon.
10.000 shs. United States Drilling Co.
? ;84 shs. Yornola Syndicate Ino,
600 shs. Cobalt Silver Queen, Ltd.
! 667 shs. Victory Metal Co. common.
S33 shs. Victory Metal Co. profd.
367 shs. Benmo Oil Co.
1 Unit Louisiana OH Lease Syndicat?.
: 300 shs. Knickerbocker Wyoming Oil pfd.
300 shs. Knickerbocker Wyoming Oil com?
mon.
1 $1.000 Second Avenue R. R. 1st Con. Mtg.
Bonds.
' $1,000 Lexington Avenue <t- Tavonia Ferry
U. R, 1st Mtg. 5% Bonds.
1,000 -iis. Imperial Consolidated Oit Co.
.175 .shs. Gilliland ?hi Co. prefd.
$25,000 Chicago Utilities Co. 1st Mtg. 6%
Series A Bonds.
100 sic American Foroign Trade Co.
20 she Seaboard M?tal Corpn. prefd.
7.660 shs. Billings Gasoline Co. prefd.
; ;.0.1140 shs. Billings uasoline Co, common.
600 shs. llcnmo Oil Co.
60 she Central Suffar Corpn. common.
60 shs. John Lane Co. prefd.
L000 shs. Lone Star Petroleum Co.
300 shs. Alaska Securities Corpn.
60 ?h?. A. B. C. Transit Refrigerating
Co.
50 shs. Interstate Lighterage * Trans?
portation Co. prefd.
50 shs. Interstate Lighterage & Trans?
portation Co. eommen.
I $15,000 Sultepec. Elec Light & Power Co. 1st
.Mtg. (.'? Bonds.
100 shs. Universal Photo Products Co.
100 shs. Central oil A Development Co.
6no shs. Buffalo Gas Co. common.
33 shs. Textile Manufacturers* Alli?
ance, Inc., profd.
! 369 6771-10000 shs. The Kellogg Markay Co
prefd.
980 Khs. Southern Round Rail Press Co
95 shs. Sliver Spring Land Corpn.
250 shs. Automatic Light & Power Co
prefd.
156 shs. New York & North Shore
Traction (.'0. #
$5,000 Union Dye & .Chemical Cornn 6%
Adj. Mtg. Bond?.
83 1-3 shs. National Drama Corpn.
$10,000 National Drama Corpn Notes
$500 International Sporting Club Bond.
1 40 shs. Churchman Co.
$70,000 North Jersoy Rapid Transit Co. 1st
Mtg. 6% Bonds, 1960.
90 shs. The Kalbflelsh Corpn. common
10 shs. The Kalbfleish ?rorpn prefd
$20.000 Notes of W. K. Tallanl
$50,000 The Electric Corpn 7% Deb. Bond
oOO shs. The Electric Corpn.
200 shs. Tlntlc Co.
40 shs. Dayton Coal, Iron & Rv. Co.
profd.
200 shs. Dayton Coal, Iro.n * Ry. Co.
common.
100 shs. Kings Farm Realty.
40 shs. Haytian American Corpn.
prefd.. with 20 shs. common and.
20 shs. Founders.
$1,500 International Sporting Club 6%
Deb. Bonds.
1,000'shs. Victory Metal Corpn. prefd.
2,000 shs. Victory Metal Corpn. common.
2,000 shs. Pioneer oil Corpn.
Jl.000 Haytian American Corpn. ",fa
Notes Ctf. of Deposit.
$2,Of/0 Haytian American Corpn. 7% Notes
ctf. of Deposit.
$2,000 Haytian American Corpn. 7% Notes
Ctf. of Deposit.
160 shs. Haytian American Corpn.
prefd.. with 75 shs. common and
75 shs. Founders.
51,000 Haytian American Corpn. sub?
scription agreement receipt,
5.100 shs. Penn. Osage Oil Co.
660 sh?. Hawthorne Co. profd.
3 74 shs. Hawthorne Co. common.
"62 shs. Hawthorne Co. common.
105 shs. Pallie Fr?res Phonograph Co.
common.
83 shs. Seaboard Finance A Invest?
ment Co.
82 shs. Seaboard Finance 4t Invest?
ment Co.
$428.04 Texas & Paciflo Ry. 1st 6% scrip
2000.
250 shs. Tonopah Extension Mining Co.
2,500 sha. San Toy Mining Co.
1,100 shs. Intcrborough. Consolidated
Corpn. common.
100 shs. Nulock Mfg. Co.
100 shs. Silver King Arizona Mining Co.
35 shs. Savold Tire Cornn.
30 shs. Gaston. Williams & Wlgmore.
10 shs. Ward La France Truck Corpn.
prefd.
200 shs. Ward La France Truck Corpn.
com.
100,000 shs. Acme Packing Co.
1 sh. N. V. Life insurance *: Trust
Co.
1,284 shs. Foreign Trade Ranking Corpn.
75 shs. Oklahoma Railways prefd.
IS shs, Oklahoma Railways com.
34 shs. Independent Chemical Co. 1st
prefd.
2n0 shs. Bavnyie Industriell* de Chine.
1,000 shs. Gaston, Williams ?-, Wlftnor?
common
286 ?ha. Boon? oil Co. t ominen.
FINANCIAL
18,000 SoUth IM nil Minee A. HincRem Co.
Income Mouds.
250 shs. Siegel Consolidated Mining Co.
common,
9 BOO aha, Nabob Consolidated Mining Co,
com.
$l otin Retorl oven Co. 1st Mttr. 694 Bond,?
Registered.
s t hIis. New England Exploration Co.
840 nli". West jersey ft. Soashore R. R. i
Co, common,
innsiis. Contrat Sugar Corpn, common.
ioohIim. Central Hurh* Corpn. profd.
L00 aha. Central Sugar Rciinlng Co,
common,
200 alia. U, B. chicle Co. prefd.
100 aha, Rangor Rubber Co,
800 sha, American .Silver Co.
lidii sits. Michigan-Colo. Copper Co.
61? Mb?. St linda n I (His IJgbt Co., N. T..
prefd.
68 aha. Standard Otts IJght Co., N. Y.,
common.
7 she. Forty-Second St.-Grand St. Ferry
Co. common.
l.ooo siis. Central Sugar Corpn, prefd.
900 sha. Central Sugar Corpn. common.
61 aha, Progress National Bahk.
76 sh?. Universal Cork Bxtroctor Co.
$8,550 various notes of Behring Dredging
< lorpn,
64 sha. Counselman ft Co. prefd.
37 shs. Stanley Motor Carriage Co. com?
mon.
20 shs. .Stanley Motor Carriage Co. 1st
prefd.
7,500 aha. Arizona. Alpha Mining t.orpn.
5 shs. Associated Merchants of N. Y.
14,914 shs. Rawhldo Mining Co.
10 shs. Kansas, Colorado construction
( lo.
1 ?h, King ft Andrews Co,
lOsbs. Plnnoo School Building Co.
50 aha. Incoiporated Band Co, common.
50 nhs. Incorporated Band Co. prefd.
1,600 shs. Beneficial Interest Comanche
Eaatland (ill Co.
100 shs. Confidence Cold Mines Corpn.
prefd.
26,000 shs. Confidence Cold Mines Corpn.
common.
200 shs. Rolls Royce prefd.
100 shs. Nat. Thrift Bond Corpn.
$7,500 Nat. Thrift Mond Corpn. 6% Incomo
Bond.
76-30000 sh. Nat. Thrift Bond Corpn.
10 shs. Rangers Royalties prefd.
20 sh?. Rangers Royalties common.
25 shs. Haytlan America, Corpn,
l-'otmders stork.
.1.000 shs. Tar Creel, Mining Co.
10.000 shs. Hen B. Mining Co.
$3,278.18 various notes Men B. Mining Co.
$2,026.90 Note Tar Creek Mining Co.
272 shs. Pathe Frores Phonograph Co.
prefd.
66.102 shs. Sun Toy Mining < O.
$42,860 various notes "The Jerseyman, Inc."
100shs First Federal Foreign Banking
Assn. com.
$17,071.85 Union Dye ft Chemical Corpn.
Prior Lien Notes.
382, shs. Virti?la Syndicate, Inc.
667 shs. Benmo oil Co.
600 shs. Inter Continental Construction
Corpn.
$10 401.39 Demand Note Baltimore Club.
25 shs. Automatic Mfg. Co.
300 shs. Bldora ft Caribou Gola Mining.
( !o.
?no shs. Imperial Corona ?old Mining
Co.
! l shs. Maryland Quarry Co.
100 shs. Mobile ft Beaumont Oil < o.
?no shs. New York-Utah Oil ft Mining
Co,
inn shs. Potomac Oil Co. prefd.
100 shs. Thunder Mt. ft Big Creek Cons.
Mining ft Trans. Co.
Outstanding accounts and claims held as
, .-,?lateral on Notes made by Acme Phono?
graph Corpn. and also claim ?gainst Re?
ceiver of Acme Phonograph Corpn. for
moneys collected by the Receiver on such
accounts:
19 shs. Hawthorne Co. prefd.
24 shs. Hawthorne Co. com.
10 shs. Industrial Associate?.
40 shs. General Petroleum Co.
61 shs. M. M. Davis ft Son, Inc., prefd.
144',i shs. M. M. Davis ft Son, Inc., com.
67% shs. O'Rourko Crane & Engine Co.
prefd.
200 shs. O'Rourke Crane ft- Engine Co.
cum.
199 shs. Iroquols Sand ft. Gravel.
Following accounts receivable;
$3,994.61 Avalon Rubber Co., Akron, Ohio.
$218 ?em Ruhber Novelties Co., Cleve?
land. Ohio.
$9,340.6? Hardman T. ft. R. Co., New
Brunswick, N. J.
$11,321.09 Mayflower Rubber "Works, So.
Bralntree, Mass.
$9,137.50 Maywald Rubber Co.. Nutley, N.
J.
$6,720 Masuda Trading Co . Kobe. Japan.
$1,766.36 Quality T. ft R. Co., Anderson,
Ind.
Aiso ;he following notes;
$??.436.77 McGraw Tire ft Rubber Co.,
Cleveland, Ohio.
$6,403.83 Quality Tire ft Rubber Co.. An?
derson, Ind.
$ii.OO0 Hacine Auto Tire Co., Racine, Wis.
$13,031.70 Standard Tire ft Rubber Co.,
Cleveland, Ohio.
$3,275.63 Ideal Tire ft Rubber Co., Cleve?
land, Ohio.
200 shs. Denver ft Rio (?ra?ale prefd.
400 shs. Petroleum Corpn. of America.
S30.000 Kecoml Avenue R. R. Consld. 6%
Bonds Ctf. of Deposit.
$500 International Sporting Club 6% Reg.
Bond.
6,467 shs. Ohio Copper Co.
$8,0(1") Ohio Copper Co. 1st Mtg. 7ft Convt.
Monds.
$11,000 Ohio Copper Co, 1st Mtg. 7% Convt.
Bonds Ctf. of Deposit.
125 shs. Producers Development Co.
34 shs. Haytian American Corpn. prefd.
With IT shs. founders and 17 shs.
com.
200 shs. Dupont i'ooper Mines Co.
$32,400 Denver & Salt Lake 1st Mtg. 5"?
Bonds Ctf. of Deposit.
5 shs. Viograph Co.
32? Ctfs. of Beneficial Interest on
sliare? (.-laverly Trust.
$7,500 Demand note of Agad?n Corpn. Int.
t%.
17 shs. Warner-Patterson Co.
$123,000 2d Mtp. mado by Philwin Realty
Co. covering property Nos. 57 and
59 "West CSth St., Int. 6%, N. Y
City.
| 501 shs. International Cable Directory
Co.
$800,000 New York Realty Co. 6% Adl
Bond Ctf, of Deposit.
: $115,328.72 Fourteen (14) Accepted Drafts on
Trujano de Medalros & <"a <.f mo Ui
, Janeiro, llrazll. All past due.
$529.72 One ill Accepted Draft of i-:. Bernai
ft Co., Baranqullla, Colombia, S. A,
Past due
$1,000.00 One i 1 ) Accepted Draft on M. A.
Caifa, Barranqullla, Colombia, S. A
Runt due.
$1,676.92 One (1) Accepted Draft on Graciano.
\ lvo e IIIJo, Barranqullla, Colombia
So. America. Past due.
$4,589.76 Four (4i Accepted Drifts on G. A J.
Cortlsso;,. Iic.caraniar.gi, Colombia,
So. America. All past due.
$2.315.22 One (1) Accepted DrnJt on Dow &
Beetar, l?arrnnqullla, Colombia, So
America. Past due.
$1,003.03 Four (4) Accepted Drafts on En?
rique C. Fuentas, Santa Marta, Co?
lombia. So. America. All past due.
$9.946.42, Sixteen (16) Drafts Accepted or
Marrlaga Jnos, Barranqullla, Colom?
bia., So. Amrelca. All past due.
$917.67 One (1) Accepted Draft on Rafael
Munoz, Medlllln, Colombia, So. Amer?
ica. Past due.
$1,037.37 One (1) Accepted Draft on Ordone.?
Hnos, Bogota, Colombia, So. America?
Past due.
$856.19 One (1) Accepted Draft on J. A
Penso, Barranqullla, Colombia, So,
America. Past due.
$331.09 One (!) Accepted Drift on-Enrique
F. Meier ft Co., Arequipa, Peru, So.
America. Past due.
$654.85 One (1) Accepted Drift on Cesar C.
Zapatol, Lima, Peru, So. America.
Past line.
$133.59 One (1) Accepted Draft on J. R.
Amador, Guayaquil, Ecuador, So.
America. Vast due.
$319.91 One rl) Accepted Draft on Manviel
Antuna,, Santiago, Dominican Republic,
So. America. Past due.
$358.43 One (1) Accepted Draft on Cara
pagna Hnos, Santiago, Dominican
Republic, So. America. Past due.
$1.210.18 One (1) Accepted Draft on An?
tonio Canaan Sues La Ve?a, Domin?
ican Republic, So. America. Past
due.
$1,331.12 One di Accepted Draft on
Huguet and Ingleslas. Ranto Domin?
go, Dominican Republic, So. Amer?
ica. Tast due.
I $370.65 one (1) Accepted Draft on R. A.
Ramos. La Vega, Dominican Re?
public, So. America. Past due.
? $2,018.07 Three (3) Accepted Drafts on
Nat. Teara ft f?o., Santo Domingo,
Dominican Republic, So. America.
All past du?.
$3,000.00 Note of Empire Rubber and Tire
Co , Trenton, N. J. Due June 1st,
1921.
$144.37 Note of Amazon Rubber Co., Akron,
Ohio, due Aug. 1st, 1921.
$4,981.80 Note of Republlo Rubber Corpn.,
Youngstown, Ohio, due Aug. 3rd,
1921,
$863.91 Note of Cleveland Rubber Corpn.
Co.. Cleveland, Ohio, due Sept. 8th,
1921.
$863.91 Note of Cleveland Rubber Corpn.
Co.. Cleveland, Ohio, due Oct. 8th,
1921.
$1,303.16 Note of Amazon Rubber Co., Ak?
ron, Ohio, due July 21st, 1921.
159 shs. Knox Hat Co., Inc., 1st prefd
21 shs. Knox Hat Co., Ino., 2d prefd.
",:. shs. Knox Hat Co., Inc., common.
2* shs. Ninth Avenue R. R.
21 shs. Eighth Avenue R. R.
1-t? ehe. Cedar Corp,
1 sh. Mackenzie Basin OH Syndicate.
$10,000 Eastern Power and Light Corpn.,
7% Notes Stamped.
162 shs. Seaboard Finance & Invest?
ment Co.
$33,750 Seaboard Finance ft- Investment Co.
't^c Note.
1,000 shs. International Traction Co.
25 shs. ?eorge t>. Speer & Co. prefd.
25 shs Virginia-Carolina Farms Co.
prefd.
SI 9375 looon.seaboard Finance ft Invest?
ment Co.
JO shs. Textile Securities Co. prefd.
500 aha. T?xtile Securities Co. common.
4,000 shs. Banco Mercantile American?
de Cuba
$3,000 shs. Slat- of New York, Albany
( nunty Highway Improvement 4,,i%
Regstd. Bonds.
FINANCIAL_
?too shs. Aetna Petroleum Corpn.
80 shs llalinark- Oil Co.
600 shs. The Electric Corpn,
$50,000 The Electric Corpn. 7% Deb. Bonds.
loo shs. Paramount Securitls* Corp.
$r,76 Carrlbean Construction Co.
350 aim. Pathe Freies Phonograph Co.
prefd,
25 shs Brown Exposition Co. prefd.
$2,600 Bond Brown Exposition Co.
1,663 shs. Alaska Handy Gold Mining Co.
600 shs. HI, in Dredging Co.
6 ?lis. s,,nte Blbruco Leu1' Co,
3.'I00sIih. Pan,!,. Diisln Gold Mining Co.
14,760 ?he. Continental Gold Mining Corpn.
200 Shs. Sanitary Compressed Air i'o.
50 sh?. Rolley Safety Horse Shoe Co.
100 iihs. Storage Power Co.
3 shs. American Turbine Engine Co.
1*re id.
Receipts for 12.500 shs. Glacier Gold De?
posit Bed Syndicate.
DIVIDEND NOTICES
NEW YORK TITLE &
MORTGAGE COMPANY
135 Broudwny, New York.
A quarterly dividend of two per cent
(2*?;,) and an extra dividend of two per
cent (2%) on I he capital stock of the Com?
pany ban been declined, payable January
3, 1922, to stockholders of record at the
close of business on December 24, 1921.
Dated. New York. December 20, 1921.
GERHARD KjUKIINK, Secretary.
Garnele! National Bank
6XII AVE. AND 23RD ST.
New York, Dec. 21, 1921.
The Board of Directors have ?his day
declared a quarterly dividend of :> r, and
an extra dividend of 3""-. upon the capita
Ktock of this bank, payable free of City
and State tax, on and after December 31.
1021, to stockholders of record at the close
of business December 27, 1921.
A. W. SNOW, Caahier.
Atlantic National Bank
New York. December 20, 1921.
A quarterly dividend of two and one
half per cent (2Vii%) and an extra divi?
dend of one-half per cent (hi1??) bas been
declarod on the capital stock of this bank,
payable on and after January 1, 1023. to
Stockholders of record at the close of busi?
ness, December 30, 1921.
PRANK E. ANDRCSS, ('ashler.
THE ATCHI80K, TOPJCKA AND SANTA
IT, RAILWAY COMPANY.
New York, December 6. 1921.
The Board of Directors has declared a
semi-annual dividend ?being dividend No.
47) on the Preferred Stock of this Company
of Two Dollar? and Fifty Cents ($2.50) per
shore, payable February 1, 1922, out of
surplus net Income, to holders of said Pre?
ferred Stock as registered on the books of
the Company at the close of business on
Dei-ember 30. 1921. Dividend cheques will
bo mailed to holders of Preferred Stock who
tile suitable orders therefor at this office.
C. K. COOPER. Assistant Treasurer,
5 Nassau Street, New York City.
RAILWAY STEEL-SPRING COMPANT
30 Church St., New York, N.Y.,Nov. 39, 1921.
A quarterly dividend of TWO PER
CENT (2%) has this day been declared on
the COMMON STOCK of this company,
payable December 31st, 1921, to stock?
holders of record December 17th, 1921.
The transfer hooks will not bo closed.
Checks will bo mailed by Bankers Trust
Company.
II. S. BANGHART, Troasurer.
OI/EVELAND, CIN C IN N ATI.
CHICAGO A- ST. LOUI8 RAILWAY. CO.
Grand Central Terminal, Dec. 14, 1921.
A dividend of ONE AND ONE-QUAR
TER PER CENT ($1.35 per share) on the
Preferred Stock of this Company has been
declared payable on Friday, Jan. 20th,
1922, to stock-holder.? of record at the closo
of business on Friday. Dec. 30th. 1921.
MILTON S. BARG ER.
General Treasurer.
CANADA SOCTHERN" RAILWAY CO.
Grand Central Terminal, Dec. 14, 1921.
A dividend of ONE AND ONE-HALF
PER CENT ($1.50 per share) on the Capi?
tal Stock of this Company has been de?
clared payable on Wednesday. Feb. 1st.
1022. to stockholders of record at the close
of business on Friday, Dec, 30th, 1921.
MILTON S. BARGER,
Treasurer.
MICHIGAN (ENTRAI, RAILROAD CO.
Grand Central Terminal. Dec. 14. 1921.
A dividend of FOUR PER CENT ($4.00
per share) on the Capital Slock of this
Company has been declared, payable on
Saturday, Jan. 28th, 1922, to stockhold?
ers of record at the close of business on
Friday, Dec. 30th. 1921.
MILTON S. BARGER.
General Treasurer.
FINANCIAL MEETINGS
The Annnnl Stockholders' Meeting of
the Parrlngton ('ase Company will he held
at th? Company's office, No. 110 Nassau
Street, New Yorlt City, January 11, 1922,
at. 2 P. M., to elect 3 Directors for the en
suirg year; 2 Inspectors of Election, ami
to transact, such other business as may
come before the meeting.
GEORGE E. HILLS, Secretary.
PROPOSALS
STATE OP NEW YORK
OFFICE OF SUPERINTENDENT OF
PUBLIC WORKS
ALBANY
December 2nd, 1921.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS:
Sealed proposals will be received by the
undersigned at his office In the Capitol at
Albany, N. Y.. until twelve o'clock noon of
Wednesday, January 4th, 1923, at which
place and hour they will he publicly opened
and read, for the construction of Barge canal
terminals pursuant to the provisions of
Chapter 74H of the Laws of lfll, and amend
atory laws, and chapter 176 of the Laws
of 1031. as follows:
TERMINAI, CONTRACT NO. 120.
For furnishing, installing and testing two
two-ton electric overhead wharf cranes at
Rochester.
?'otitract plans, sheet 1.
Plans may bo seen and detailed specifica?
tions, engineers' estimates of quantities, pro?
posal blanks, forms of i ontract and bonds
required and other information for proposers
may bo had nt the office of the Superin?
tendent of Public Works at Albany, N. Y. ;
at the office of the Assistant Superintendent
of Public Works for the Middle Division at
Syracuse. N. Y. ; at the office of the Assist?
ant Superintendent of Public Works for the
Western Division at Rochester, N. Y. ; at the
office of the Superintendent of Public Works,
Erie Basin Terminal. Buffalo, N. Y., and
Terminal Warehouse, Pier 6, East River, New
York City.
Copies of detailed plans or drawings may
he obtained from tne State Engineer and
Surveyor at Albany. N. Y., upon payment to
him of the cost, of produrlng them.
Monthly estimates will he paid of ninety
per centum (90 per cent) of the work done
at the contract price. Every proposal for
said work must be accompanied bv a money
deposit in the form of a draft or certified
check upon some good banking Institution
In the city of Albany, or New York, issued
by a national or state bank or trust com?
pany in good credit within the state and
payable at sight to tho ?Superintendent of
Public Works for five per centum (6 per
cent) of the amount of tho proposal.
The person whose proposal shall be ac?
cepted will bo required to execute a con?
tract and furnish bonds within ten days
from the date of notice of award delivered
to him or them in person or mailed to the
address given In the proposal.
Upon execution of the contract and ap?
proval of bonds, the certified check or draft
will be returned to the proposer unless the
same shall have been presented for collec?
tion prior to such time, in which case the
amount of the deposit will be refunded by
the Superintendent of Public Works.
The deposits of bidders other than the
one to whom tho award of contract shall
be made will be returned immediately after
the award has been made.
Tho bond required for the faithful per?
formance of the contract shall be In such
sum as shall be fixed by the Superintendent
of Public Works, which sum shall not be
less than twenty per centum (20 per cent)
of the estimated cost of the work, according
to the contract price, and an additional bond,
known as the labor bond, in the sum of ten i
per centum (10 per cent) of tho amount of I
the estimated cost of the work according I
to the contract price, will be required as
security that the contractor will pay in full
at least once in each month all laborers em?
ployed by him upon the work specified to be
done In tho contract.
In the event that more than one surety
company Is offered as surety on said bonds
co-Insurance only will be accepted.
Each proposal must be addressed to the
Superintendent of Public Works. Albany,
N. Y., end must be endorsed on the en?
velope with tho name of the construction for
which the proposal Is made.
Award, if made, will be made 93 the per?
son or persons whose proposal shall be low?
est in cost to the state for doing the work,
and which shall comply with all provisions
required to render it formal. Before any
award shall be made the Icvest bidder will
!>..? required to satisfv the Superintendent of
Public Works of his ability to provide suit?
able equipment and materials for the proper
performance of the work.
The. right is reserved to reject all proposals
and re-advertise and award the contract in
the regular manner if. In the judgment of the
undersigned, the interests of the state will
be euhaneed thereby.
rilAKiiftS L. OADLB.
Superintendent of Public Works.
PROPOSALS will be received by the Bureau
of Supplies and Accounts. Navy Depart?
ment. Washington, D. C., until 10 o'clock
a. tn. Jan. ?"?. 1922, for delivering varnish,
washers, castings, brushes, steel, nails,
sand and gravel, rain clothing, furniture,
automobile and trink tires, valves, re?
sistance ribbon and wire, and gauge glasses
and grornmets to the navy yard. Brooklyn,
N. Y.. etc. Apply for proposals to th?i sup?
ply officer, navy yard. Brooklyn, N. V . or
to tho Bureau of Supplies and Ace"-""?.
DAVID POTTER,
Paymaster General of the Navy.
* 12-X4-?L.
?
TRIBUNE CLASSIFIED ADylTHTTs^ j
LOST, FOUND AND REWARD
hoot Bankbook?
LOST- -Rank book No. 627,00? The Green?
wich Havings Bank, 248 Sixth av., N. Y.
City. Payment stopped. Please return to
bank.
I.osT -Bankbook No. 13*.164. North River
Savings Bonk, Kl Wut) 84th st Pay?
ment stopped. Finder pleiso return to bank.
INFORMATION WANTED
FATE-I'ATT ?Gentleman who knows of
boasting kindly call Reekman 9400
?Extension 64). Will be appreciated and
hold confidential.
FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET
East Side
30TIT fJT., LEXINGTON AVE. Olotel Rut
ledge)?Women exclusively; newly deco?
rated; room, bath. $16 weekly up. also
room us? bath. $11 weekly up; restaurant
convenience; big reduction for 2 persons.
931) ST., AT MADISON AVB. (Hotel Ash
ton)?Ntjivly decorat'd room: us? of
bath; $10 week up; room. bath. $12.60
weekly up; buses, surface cars, aubway;
full hotel service-, restaurant.
West Side
?1ST ST., COLUMBUS AVB. ( colonial TToteU
, ? N'fwly decorated furnished rooms; use
of both; $12 weekly up; elevated, surface
cara, subway; full hotel servie?; restaurant.
2C> WBHT END AVF,. Pulte, ??ingle room?
?ml studios, with or without bath; ref?
erence.
BOARDERS WANTED
i 30TII ST., AT LBX1NOTCN AVE. Mlotel
Rutledgej ? For ladles; one room and
| meals from $38 up, elevator, telephone,
(etc.; full hotel service; newly decorated.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Miscellaneous
SA I ,ES REPRESENTAT IV ?S
Women of ambition and refinement with
a. wide circle of friends and acquaintances
can earn ?in excellent Income representing
our exclusive Hue of .silk and Filipino un
derwear. AveAge weekly commission
$40. Write full qualifications to Audiana
Silks, 01 Went 65th st.
HELP WANTED MALE
WANTED,
A clean-cu*. aggressive
young man who 1ms proved ?
his resourcefulness, initiative
and sales ability (ither in re;,l
estate brokerage, bond selling
?r sales negotiation'! on broad,
nound lines, is wanted by one
of tho largest and oldest real
estate organizations in the
city; he should have ;t colleg
or equivalent education,
should be a genlleir.au In
thought anil action , and
should possess a personality
that appeals to men of affairs;
above all, he should have the
vision to create, and the abil?
ity to negotiate big deals; to
tho ambitious man with thosn
characteristics a permanent
position and exceptional op?
portunity is offered. Address
in confidence. K 780. Tribune.
YOUNG MAN ABOTTT 1* YEAR? OLD IN
OFFICE OF A LARGE WHOLEBALE)
PAPER HOUSE. MIST HE QUICK AND
ACCURATE AT FIGURES. OPPORTT N
ITY FOR ADVANCEMENT. APPLY BY
LETTER ONLY. STATING FULL PAR?
TICULARS. MILLER & WRIGHT PAPER
CO., 65 DUANE ST.
Automobile ?natrnctton
REPAIRING, driving taught short time:
license guaranteed ; ladies* classes; also
Ford lessons. American Auto School. 7 26
Lexington av.
SITUATIONS WANTED FEMALE
Chambermaid?
CHAMBERMAID-WAITRESS; nice bright
young Irisli girl; hlglily recommended;
city preferred. O., Miss Hofmayer's
Agency. 3 0 E. 43d St., 3d floor. Telephone
SS47 Murray Hill.
CHAMBERMAID; young Swede; firs* claaa
servant; excellent two years' reference.
C, Miss Hofmayer's Agency, 3 0 E. 43d st..
3d floor. T?l?phona S047 Murray Hill.
CHAMBERMAID, waitress; young, neat,
capable, willing: very highly recom?
mended. Miss "Hall's l.'ureau, 17 W. 44th
st. Vanderbilt 8340.
CHAMBERMAID ? Good mender; very
pleasing, neat, obliging: $00. Wettler'a
Agency, 20 W. 43d. Longacra S8'>7.
CHAMBERMAID-WAITRESS, young, thor?
oughly capable, exceptional. Miss Fltx
Gerald's Bureau, 365 Fifth av.
Cooks
COOK, houseworker: very neat, efficient,
young (Filipino); excellent references;
most desirable; city: $75. Mason's Ager.cv,
! 3 8 W. 43d st.
COOK ? Thoroughly competent. obliging;
very agreeable disposition; anywhere,
South;? $76. Wettler's Agency, ?.0 W. 43d
Longacre S867.
COOK; young, neat, capable; excellent cook.
G.. Miss IlC'fmnyer's Agency, 10 R. 43d st.,
3d floor. Telephone $947 Murrey Hill.
COOK, capable, young; two years last place;
$65; anywhere. Miss Shea's Agoncv, $ B.
41st. Murray Hill 67T4.
COOK?Waitress, first class; splendid ref?
erences. Miss Shaughnessy's Agency,
SCO 6th av.
?COOK, thoroughly capable, good manager:
excellent. Miss FitzGerald'a Bureau, 366
Fifth av.
COOK?Young, very efficient; highlv rec?
ommended. Miss Hall's Bureau, 17 V." i
44th st.
Day Workers
DAY'S WORKER, excellent laundress, clean?
er; neat, capable, conscientious; good
woman; $4.10. Mason's Agency, Longacro
9160.
General Honseworkers, Etc.
HOUSEWORKER?Husband Indoors, use?
ful; Belgians; excellent references; mod?
erate wages; private-public. Irwln's Agen?
cy, 639 6th av. 5803 Fltzroy.
HOUSEWORKER. Scotch, young, most de.
sirable: $65; anywhere. Miss t?hea's
Agency. 9 E. 43st. Murray Hill 6774.
HOUSEWORKER?Good cook; chamber
maid, waitress; references; country,
Shaughnessy's Agency, 8S0 6th av.
HOUSEWORKER, young, good cook; excel- !
lent references. Miss FitzGerald'a Bu- I
reau, 366 Fifth a v.
Laundresses, Etc
LAUNDRESS?-Competent-, careful, hand?
ling finest material; finest references
$70; Wettlers Agency, 20 W. 43d. Long- I
acre 8867.
LAUNDRY taken home: open ?ir drying;
no acids; references. 3104 Madison av.
Nurae?. Etc.
CHILDREN'S NURSE; competent; real!
mother's helper. Wettler's Agency, 20 I
W. 43d st. Lengacre 8896.
INFANT'S NURSE, trained; pleasing per-I
sonallty; good reference. Ii., Miss Hof-!
mayer'a Agency, 10 E. 43d st., 3d floor, i
Telephone 89 47 Murray Hill.
NURSE, attendant or companion; refined
Spanish widow; speaks German, Italian.'
Hungarian. Irwln's Agency, 639 Sixth av ,
Fitzroy 6803.
NURSE, refined, very capable, conscientious i
(American); children from two; splendid!
references; $75. Mrs. Mason's Agency, IS i
West 43d et.
NURSE, thoroughly capable: assist cham- j
ber work; excellent. Miss FitzGerald'a !
Bureau, 366 Fifth av.
NURSE, thoroughly capable; country pre?
ferred; exceptional. Mis? FltzGerald's I
Bureau, 366 Fifth av.
NURSE, young, 2 children; unusual refer-:
enees. Miss FitzGerald'a Bureau, 366 ;
Fifth av. j
Waitress??
WAITRESP-PATILORMAU) (English Protes
ant), tall, very neat, exceptionally compe?
tent, most highly recommended. Mrs. Mason's
Agency, IS West 43d st.
WAITRESS; very capable; good clt" ref
erence. K., Ml?? Hofmayef? Agunuy. 10
E. 43d st.. 3d floor. Telephone 8947
Murray Hill.
SITUATIONS WAVI M? FEMAl|
WaitrPHses ~~~~~"**
WAITRESF. chau ' capable ?*^
willing; $50, ..?.*, ety,
Phea's Agency. ? E. 41 BIU fn?
Miscellaneous; ""
ACCOMMODATOR, ' . .
dinners or luncheons; ?m, r?av If ?e*
end laundress L, "M T-i Ai,*'1?f
10 E 1 ?! '
pao
APPROVED ??rnS?
'
laundress?-?, hou ? .: ? ./''?
Bur< au, i ; ',',??? i ?? , ? '
KITCH ....
Iris!/ . good - A>
C E. 4?si k Murray H
?'"?'" ?
SITUATION WANTED MALE
Domestic
i BUTLER COO
servant
i able Wo ha ve. t
.
: VVettl?
acre .- -
'??"- an !,?.,.
'??MM.
.
"?" up.
*>? ! s' :.-?!
BUTLER AND ?
?ouple. ', BtaT
Miss Hofmayer's - ? .'
Bl TLER, usefu ;
!"??: ' i
moyer's Vgencj jj*?*"
Tel? ph "?*r'
l : I rLI . ;
Hall
bill 8
BL'TLEIl
pable,
recommpp i ?-il
IS We? -
BCTLER-Hi M
?
| BUTLE1
j fine i ?? I
COUPLE "
u efu
3" Wesl '
'? unir
'*""? voiat
'
? 'luth..
?>-?fM
? n
?0 v.
i COI PI E I . -.-i-nc-rt
moderate fm*yeri
Agency, 10 ' f?u.
' '' 'I'i'i '?' --. -n-.lr?
? tlon . $125 W :"? v?tK
4;,,! st. Loi ?
es. Mini
COUPLE, English
y ?1
Shi h '- 1!
077 4
Hoc?' ? ? colore-I
"
JAPANESE -? : ?p?en
did refer? West Ktk.
; Bryant 7787
EMPLOYMENT AI.FNUES
Domestic Help
COOK?** housewi [s day workin
(colored) ; , ? Ag?n?y,
Audubon 2*Rfi.
BUSINESS CARDS
Diamonds. Jewelry, Etc.
; DTA"M?">NPS bougl for '-iih.
Advice fr?
Furniture
I A FORCED SAI i
We tv.-r,- com] ite our Union
' P?r. store al --' tltfpOJM
of our $75.0 ice r*.
i gardles! -nable ?"*'
? will be 1 ?
40-. Bro ? " "" 9t
Ne.1 1
WE PAT
pian,-?
etc. KINTGSLEY, I'loc?.
Stuy-vesant .
AUCTION SALES
BY VIRTUE of . ; "l'L???!
this day. st 9 A M - ' E"* "i1"
Street, Mat hattai '' K,roc8r?*:
ice box, cou
Jozigian vs. 1
?? 1 . i . ? . 1
Re:
FMinlMIS\i
TBKAS1 Hi DKPAK nil NT.
Washing!
SEALED PRO 1
bv the 1 le ' ?.
'ngton, D. <".. .
day, January
opened, for ? "f y""
sue, teiiet i:.ii^r. Item ) " '? b. ror
uso by the Bxeci 1 ? " 's ?"'l
Other Establishments ? ernmene
In Washington, D. C. i
the sp?cifications appea
monts to be made, fi als '"' ?
cars, Washington, 1 ?. C,
kaury
J\SI'IU( TION
Superior School
1 OH
Educated Women
Those de"'.' .
Ing In all
retRT
MERCHANTS & BANKERS'
Bl SINESS SCHOOL
37 I it st 58th St., Nov. York, N. V.
Limited Registration
S. C. ESTEY Director. Pl.AZA 2993.
Mm?orkPrep?idtoTij
1F s C M o o u .- ?
DAY AM) EVI "?
NewVork 72 Park Ave., bet. 38 A 39 St*.
Brooiilyn Corner Franklin ? \-n-noea
SPECIALLY Pa?PARES FOR
REGENTS, COLLEGE
Alx WEST POINT cn? ANNAPOLIS
Sand for CaUIog and "Suc-- ? in Ragt - ts i-"i?iB?.
SPRING TERM BEGINS JAN, 23
NIGHT SCHOOL
Best Pi i. ate '? a
/il '.-,-.,ii. i
411 Comnu al i i
REGISTER NOW
Merchant? & Banker? Boaineea -liiool.
37 Baal 58th >tr?-?i. Sew \..rk
Plaza .
SCOVILLE SCHOOL I OR GIRLS
tO',t i-'l ?''? 4 "ii.?. V V.
LAY AND BOARDING POPIM
Full Academic and Colisa? I'reparaterf
Ceur?e?. Secretarial Work ?nd Maate
Catalogue on request. Tel. H or Um J?l*
DANCING INSTRUCTION
LOVELL'S"
637 MADISON AVE.
tor..->ythSt.4g;, &
?*s 10c
W? ?uiiranto? to trjcb y?u W
.?.-o-- ail fi? latttt m?4?i?
da?e?* SuloMy ?nd Mrrtttly.
10 LESSONS $8
PSTVATB UESroMI
WRHOI 1 APPOINT*?***
10 A. U. TO U P. U. ?I

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