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BANKERS TAKE HOLD
OF CDRTISS PLANTS
Boy Control of Two Concerns
of Airship Maker Will
Form New Company.
$6,000,000 GAINS AHEAD
Announcement has been made that a
yndlrato of bankers headed by William
Morris Imbrle A Co., haa purcheaed con
trol of the Curtlaa Aeroplane Company
and the Curtlaa Motor Company and that
negotiation are now going on for the
organisation of k new company, which
wll. probably be known a thn Curtlaa
Aeroplane and Motor Corporation.
It la an l,i that Glenn H. Curtlaa will
receive for control of the companies
bout 13.000,000. Part of thl will he
took In the new company. He will alao
be mado president of the mw concern.
The capital of the new company will
consist of 13.000.000 f, per cent, notea
maturing In Instalments of $1,000,000 In
twelve, fifteen and eighteen montha and
$4,000,000 7 per cent, cumulative pre
ferred atocn. There will alo be an la
me of I'll ""I aharea of common atock,
without par value.
The 13. 000. 000 notea and the tf.00fl.0nn
preferred atock will be underwritten by
he ayndlcate, but the price at which
the laaue will be offered haa not been
decided. It la understood that the plan
provide for the distribution of the
common atock aa a bonua.
The capitalization or the old Curtlaa
eompiuilot, waa IS. 000. 000. It la reported
that the business done during 1(15
amounted to . 0.00.000. It la further
reported that the company ha ordera
on contractu amounting- to between III,
00.000 and 111, 000.000, upon which It
la expected that a profit of 16,000,000
or 17,000,000 wilt be made.
Hevcrtl week ago It waa rumored
that Curtlaa properties wer? being looked
Into by the ayndlcate headed by William
B. Thompaon, which recently purchaaed
control of the Wright Aeroplane Com
pany, and that a consolidation of the
two companies might follow, thua bring
ing about the "burying of the hatchet" by
J '-no companies, wnicn nave oeen Strang-
J Ing over patents since the Wrlghta and
-.. . . . .
- . jamas ma ic iiicit nrat succeasrui marts
in heavier than air machines
But with the announcement of the tak
ing over of the Curtlaa properties yeeter
day It was eald that there would be no
merger of the two concern.
ri
1
The declslone of the courts In this
sMfltr In the Wright patent suit"
n
n
ilnst the Curtis compsny have been
10 the effect that the wing tin warping
device on the Curtlaa machines was an
Infringement on the Wright patents.
Therefore the Curtis coniphny. In ehlp
plng machines from thl country', let
the purchaser matoll the wing tip warp
ing device.
THE PHILADELPHIA MARKET.
PHTI. A DFJLPH1 A . Dec M There was a
repetition of yesterday's market, with price
moving frsiiionaliy on a .mall total vol
ume Cambria Steel. Philadelphia Rapid
Transit - -n "i air. ami Buffalo and usiur
kssna were the more active shares Bonds
were steady The summary:
n ii. t cs
,m vrai
Mies in
est.
csl.
r. Am Railways pf.. 15
-nlialdwin Loco pf. in
"tlsvllufl A Sin t c... 3a
tVi Muff A Sua pf t c. . -j
MM Cambria Steel T4H
70 Keystone Tel n
No Luke Suner Corn '!'
95
108
Mi
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74
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ma
79
46
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84
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79
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4f.
as
84
741.
UN
71W
141 Ihnrh Valley
lux leinah Nav
100 Lehigh Val Trans
8 Minehill
14? Northern Central
tt Penna R R
. 77',
It
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Mi
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80',
68
100
a
4
79
M.
4" I
S
60S
134 I'euna Salt ML- KM
f. I'tlila Co 4 p c pi l.'4
447 Phila Electric '.'sUj
tr. Phila R T t c S
4; Plnla Traction.... 7
M Readmit 8144
Uo colon Trsetton... 45
1ST Villi Gas Imp l
7e IV Jer A Sea 50
100 Wm Cramp A R ... i
BONDS
Men Am Qtt A El la.. M V
ItOioCitv is f ref ...1".'S PV-'S
lorn Equil 111 Gas 5s. h le
40il Keva'one T 1st 14 114 M
40on Inter. late Ry 4s.. r. 68
Kvi Ih Nav con 1441,111 101
SlOno Pi R R reu (i,s..icfl, lO"i
low Pub Ser Corp r.s.. '9i twi,
40n Phils Co con 5s.. M 90
tiooc Rnan-Aoi Iron la, m lov
WOO Welsbsrh Co r -IS 'S
S94t
MM
10s
94
64
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1004,
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104
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9444
THE BALTIMORE MARKET.
BALTIMORE.- Dec Yi The market here
was active and strong with oil shares leadinx
the list Coaden. with sales of 4.100 shares. Cansdlsn Pacific Railway, quar
sold at a new top. Uj Sapulpa at Itt was I terly
np. sales being MOO shares Davidson Cheat- 'Celluloid Co., extra
leal preferred at 240 was at a new huh Other i Chlrasju Telephone, quar
hares rulinx Arm Bonds were in food de- I terly
sand, with a firm tone The summary:
Open- High- Los
Clos
ing. 16
SI
II
7V4
44
175
116
1444
14
240
34
23
67
Uti
55
PI
73
151
I
444
24
220
5
ale ins
est
26 Alabama Co 1441
Ala Co 1st pf M
100 Ala Co 2il pf 21
2T, Chalmers Oil 7t4j
!..". Commercial Cred. 44
15
51
II
7
44
175
11514
15
1414
it
HIS
a
7
2(ili
1444
51
tl
7H
44
175
116
1444
14
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24
2:
67
21
40
73
161
I
25
220
6
X Cont Trust.
Ill
lofi Con Power. .
Sit;, Cosden
...1151
... 144
... 14
10 Coaden pf
4- flSVtd Chem pf . .
to Kiiuilsble Trust
gVI Houston Oil
f. ". HoiiHion Oil pf
47 Mer A Keen nk.
2H New Amat Cas . .
f70 Northern Central
ST. Pa Water A Pew
M Poole Km. in
425 sapulpa Kef
4.r' Sapulpa Ref pf
ISO I n Bjri A Elec
ICS Fid A Ouar.
7 Win lam! Old.
ii
3IS
23
17
in
M
151
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in
220
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73i,
151
14
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2.'.',
:'20
04
BONDS.
fcywi Ala Co ren Cs M
tow Halt Dry Dock 6s ion
Woo Hallo Elec 5s ()44
600 Cily Dalt 4s '54 ... Ml;
140. 10 Cily A Sun W M..1IN
1000 Con Coal ref 5s..
Coil Gas 4ias 94l
T600 Dav Chem Ha 106
toon Elkhnru Corp s.. 7H
Mnoo Elkhorn Furl It.. W
tnoo G U S Brew inc .la II
asm Ga Cur A Nor 6s I03H
toon Ilous Oil dlv ctfs M
tJOOO Newp N O 1' 6a l.:",
Mono N O M A C 6s 61
11000 Pa W A Pow is.. 90
toiyi State Mil 4s H ...100
tooo I'n FLAP 44s 3
7000 Cn Ky A El 1st 4s HI
KOO Un Ky A E inc 4s (I
5
100
9H44
Wi,
9114
94
106
97
100
II
10914
42
99
62
SO
100
93
42
tl
54
ino
99
98
IMU
91
94
105
97
99
11
101
42
99
62
90
inn
93
S3
044
BUSINESS TROUBLES.
Bankmpli , Petitions.
THEOMOKK OREENSTKIN. dry goods de
partment store ut 1S04 First avenus, haa
made un assignment to Simon S. Ham
burger. A petition In bankruptcy was
also filed against him by these creditors:
Jacob Silverman, 1:01; Humid W. M
Maims, pitta snd Jerome Ortler. S0t. He
has Me, ii In business eleven years.
. - JQSakpn OTNKK. de-iler In dry goods at
251 First avenue, hits made as) aaalgn
ment to Max K Sunders A petition In
bankruptcy was a so filed against htm
bv these creditors: Jerome Ortlsr, 1150;
llarold W. M.-Man ii. 1150; Jacob Sil
verman, II IX, mid Irving Weinberg, flu
JAT'ill WRIIKit, wholesale und retail
Ueuisr In irlinmlnga at 171 Stanton strsst.
has muds un asslgsuuent to Morris B.
Arnold. A petition In bankruptcy was
also filed against litm by these creditors:
Job Mcilulrk, 1160: C. rlthuatak. 1460.
and It (ullum, 10.
ABE H1HSCH. A petition in bankruptcy
has been filed against Abe Hlrsch, dealer
In men s furnishing goods at 1624 Third
iv. line, hy these creilitora: Satnusl
Hlrsch, I'ltO: 14te Fine, I00. and Thoinaa
Kirk, 1100. It waa a leged that ha hits
made on uaalgnment to William H. Cul
ver. Assets are 15,000.
ARKY WAL.KK. dealer In fruit and
vegetables, at 1664 Bathgate avenue, has
filed a petition In bankruptcy, with Ha
v blittien 12.212 and no taasta.
UCON J. I" HINfTTEIN of I West ISOih
street, employed In an advertising bual
nesa, has nied petition In bankruptcy
with liabilities till and no aetata
Bankruptcy Schedules.
J wni'H UOI.DBBRO. shoe dealer, at lilt
Madison avenue, haa nied schedules
showing liabilities IMil and assets II,
00;' In stock.
DAVID RoENr"Ln. dealer In men's fur
nishing goods, at 1104 Third avenue, haa
filed schedules showing llabl tl.a 14.571
and aaseta 1745. consisting of proceeds of
sale of stock, 1750 end debts due, It.
MHTAIXX'K MANlirAC'TURINO COM
PANV INC., manufacturer of metal
tea- of j pine street, has filed sched
ules snowing iishi uies I14.l! and aa
eets 1244, consisting of checks, 1107 and
accounts. 1 1 7 The company owes MI7
to the .state for corporation tai.
WIMOKKK HH'w. dealers In fruits and
vegetables In New Roohelle. have filed
enhedulrs ehowlng liabilities 17,114 and
assets 11.071, consisting of cash. 11.8. 6
In ths hands of ths assignee, and ac
counts. 71.
Petition Dismissed.
OHARI.B r. K SHOE Judge Hand has
dismissed ths petition In bankruptcy
filed against Charles F Kehos, women's
tailor, st StS Fifth avenue, by only one
creditor, Ths Hayden Company. Mr.
Kehnn showed that he had more than
twelve creditors and consequently the
petition required three Creditors to make
It valid.
DAILY TOTAirClAL CALENDAR.
EX DIVTDtTND.
Company and Term.
Bonrlght 4k Co., Inc., quar
terly Bush Terminal, seml-nnnu.vl. .
Bush Terminal, semi-annual..
Delaware, Lsrkswsnna and
Western Coal Compsny,
quarterly
Olobe-Wernlke
Union Switch and signal,
quarterly
Union Switch and signal,
quarter v
Untied States Smelting, Re
fining and Mining. quar
terly Weatlnghouse A1r Brake, quar
terly Allls-Chalmers Manufacturing
Company, quarterly
APIs Chalmers Manufacturing
Compsny, n, cumulated
American Seeding Machine
Company, qusrtrrly
American Seeding Mschlns
Company, qusrtcrly
American Telegraph and Tele
phonn. qusrterly
Aasoeiated oil company
Atcnlaon. Tnpeka and Santa
Fe, aeml-anntiat
Athena Railway and Eflertrle,
quarterly
Brooklyn Borough Oae, quar
terly Buffalo and Susquehanna Rail
road Corporation
Canadian Southern Rsllwsy,
semi-annual
Canadian Weattnghnuse. quar
terly Cincinnati Newport and Chi
cago Light and Traction....
Cincinnati, Newport and Chi
stk. Ami
lpfd
com 1H"4
pfd 1
IH
Pfd 2Uj
com II. 0
pfd II. 0
pfd I746.C.
11.00
pfd me,
pfd mst
com 1H
Pfd 1 H
IS.
m
pfd mo,
pfd m
i
pfd t
m
com 1H
pfd i n
com t
pfd 1604
com lt
com rOst
m
pfd 1
com 5Ht
pfd li,
I Mil
i
11 o
SCV
pfd : '4
com 1 H
Pfd m
Pfd 1 ki Si,
19
tl no
I '. no
com 2 S ej
100
pfd met
com HS1
pfd 1 H
pfd t M W
IHc.
II B0
pfd 2
! M4
cago i.irlil and Traction....
: r. er i rir mil, eviri.
ieaC extra
General chemical Company,
General Chemical
extra special . .
Go d and Stock
auartsrlv
Company,
Telegraph,
Kjiii'i City Southern, quar
terly MncAndrea-a and Forbes, quar
terly MacAndrews and Forbes, quar
terly Mexican Telegraph, quarterly.
Montreal Te'.graph. quarterly.
Maxirt Falls Power, quar
terly Nlplaelng Mln-e. quarterly....
Otis E'evator. quarlrrly
Oila E'evator qtiarter y
Pacific Telephone anil Tele
graph, quart' rly
Pennsylvania Lighting, quar
terly Pennsylvania Salt Manufactur
es; Company, quarter'y
Pralr'e oil and Gaa
Prairie pipe Line, Initial
Quaker Oa's qunr'erly
Heo Motor Cse. stock
Repub'lc Railway and Light,
quarterlv
St. l.ouls, Rorkv Mountain and
Pacific, quarterly
Securities Corpn. General,
ouart.riy
- I Hooth.rn C.llfn.nl
Edison
'ii'- ! nu-rterlv
.JJ i Stsndard Silver I.ead Mfg Co.,
I Suhmsrlne Boat Corpn.. quar-
mnnmo
terly
Tempi" Coal Co ouarterlv
Tonopah Mlntna Co of Nevada.
quarterly
United C,-.s sod EleeTlc of New
Jersey, sent I- n nun I pfd
United Gas Improvement, quar
terly ...
U Smelting Refining and
Mining com
Victor TalUns Maehlne com
tfletSf Ta'klr.g Msrhlne qusr-
terlv pfd
Virgin la. Carolina Chemical Co.,
24jt
It 00
7tc
IS. to
Hi"-,
IHH
1 44 Ce
t
J",
1
luej
i
lHe
144 t
1
44
i tin
7c
17 10
quarterly pfd
We.ttngh.oise Kiertrtc and Mfg
Co, ouirter'v com
Weetlnghouse K'ectrlc snd Mfg.
Co. quarterly pfd
Consolidated Traction of New
.Tersev semi-annual
Cuba H'I'road pfd
Detroit Edison Co. ouarterly.. 1
DIVIDEND." PAYABLE
American Screw, quarterly..
American Herew. ettira
1 American Beet Sugar, quar
terlv pfd
American Brake. !hos snd
Foundrv. quarterlv com
American Pfk. shos and
Foundry, quarterly pfd
Amerlenn Ksdlntor, quar
terlv com
Boston and Alhany, quar
terly i
Butte snd Superior, quar
terly
Butte and Ha Barter, extra
24
II OS
m
m
2
IOC,
2 er
lio 00
litre
144"
I , run" V opper, quarterly
City Railway ot Dayton.
quarterly eon
rttv Railway of Dayton,
quarterlv pfd
Celt's Patent Fire Arms
Manufacturing, quarterlv...
Colt's Paten' Fire Arms
Manufucf u-lnr extra
Connecticut Rnllwava
Contlnent-il 7.1nc
Crucible Steel, quarterlv pfd
Imlra Water, ' Ight and Rail
road, quarterly 1 pfd
Elmlra Wn'er. ' Ight and Rail
road, quarterly 2 pfd 1 ?
Esstman Kodak. Quarterly . .. , com IliQI
Klastman COdalt, quarterly... pf.l 1 Or
Electric Boat, extra com lf.ej.
Fl'-etrlc Boat extra pfd 16
Galena Signal Oil quarterlv . com S
c.a'ena Signal oil quarle'lv.. pfd "ce
tirassel'l Chemical. qil'Tterly.. com IwtJI
Orsaselll Chemical, extra Rer
cirasselll Chemlcn'. quarterly , pfd 1 et
Hart. Schaffner A Marx, quar
terly pfd lej.
Hedlev Gn'd Mining, quarterly 8r
lledl'v Sold Mining, extra ... 7!.
Hocltlng Valley 24t
Honolulu Hi.pld Transit and
Land, quarterly i
Iowa Railway and Light, quar
terly pfd met
Magma Copper, quarterly . .. . 60c
Manning, Maxw-ell A Moore,
quarterly 1HS,
Manning. Maxwell A Moore,
extra 1
Maxwlt Motor. Inc lpfd 14
Mertr-nthsler Linotype, quar-
lerly 2
Ml.lilgsn States Telephone,
qunrt'-rly pfd II 80
Mortgage Bond of New York,
51
100
9944
94
102
91
91
100
17
10O
II
103
42
99
62
fl
100
93
43
0
qusrtsriif ss isiTs
National Enamelling and
Stumping qunrterly pfd 1 i "r
National Lrad quarterly com K",
National l icorice, quarterly . pfd 1
Nevada Consolidated, qusrterly 17c.
Nevada Conaelioatta, extra... lllta
New llngland Telephone and
Telegraph, quarterly 1 4t e!
Old Dominion of Maine, quar
terlv 11.60
Oil Dominion of Maine, extra. 60c.
Pennsylvania Company, eeml-
annual .'. 4
Public Service Corporation of
New Jersey 144
Rav Consolidated Copper,
quarterly '00.
Rnv"i Baking Powder, quar
terly cm 2
Rovul Baking Powder, extra., com 2
Royal Baking Powder, quar
terly Pfd 114
St Louis. Iloeky Mountain
and t'srlflc. quarterlv pfd 1
South Pennsylvania oil. quar
terly South Pennsylvania Oil, estra
Southwest Pennsylvania I'lpe
t Ine quarterly
South Plfsburg Water Works,
semi-annual
stewsit Mining
Texas Company quarterly....
Btall Copper, quarterly.......
We'shach Company, semi-annual
W1 stern Electric. Inc
Western Electric. Inc
Wisconsin Edison
II 00
II 00
IS 00
com 1 V,
S1
'.' 4
11 60
pfd S l, 1
enm 14 00
pfd 7 Sc.
11.00
Anltsnl llnapllal to Reopen.
The Kroe Wogpllll nd I I'siJenaary for
Anlmnls nl 3S0 Lafayettr -treeli which
la run t)V the New Yt.r1: Women's
Lenetie for Anlmslt, will 4'6open on
January 1, 191- ,
WIRE PRODUCTS ADD
TO MANY NEW RECORDS
December ShlpmentR Lead in
History of Trade Chiefly
Domestic Buyers.
The New York Centrsl Railroad Com
nanv has nut nut aji Inuuiry for a bridge
to be constructed over the Marge Canal
at l.von. N. Y.. culling for l.auu tons
of fsbiicated strwtural steel. The Cin
cinnati. Hamilton and Dayton llnliroad
has taken hid on two additional small
bridge, cslllng for 400 ton of structural
Shanes The Leh gh VaJley la on the
point of swarding a contract for two
small bridge apnna, for which blda were
made iJeveimber 24. calling for 250 tons
of structural steel. The Hoaton and Al-
b4uiy has placed order for three small
btldges, Including one highway br'dge at
Warren, catling for 10 ton, awarded to
the Honton Ilildge Works, and one let of
bridge repair, calling for 0 tons, which
w ll be fumlshod by the New Kngland
Structural Hteel Company. The Slaty
eighth atreet viaduct at Topeka, Kan.
previously rererre i to. i tor ins rvama . f g42 97, cmpgred with ll.7l,
Fe railroad, and .alia for 100 tons of ,,8 n M Th JJfj ,ncome of )h.
previously referred to. I tor tne nania
structural steel
s s s
The Cleveland and Youngatown Rail
road hna placed a contract for 4.000 tons
of steel for bridge work with the King
Ilrldge Company. In addition to the re
instating of an Inquiry for H.00O fre.ght
car by the Pennsylvania Railroad, In
quiries are In the mnrket for 2.000 freight
car for the Union r.tcjflc. and 1.000 for
the Denver and lllo tlrande. These In
quiries are to hided In the total pre
viously reported.
ass
The Erie Railroad h.i Just come Into
the market for brldgewofk calling for
1,400 ton of struct u nil steel.
s
The Now YoaV Central Hnllrond has
put out another Uiqulry for an I bentn
bridge, calling for r.00 tons of steel,
and the Boston Klevated hue put out
a hurry call for bl's on the construc
tion of ii power station at South Hot
ton, requiring about 400 to BOO tons
of structural eharns. Bids are wanted
before the first of the year.
s
Mllllken Bros, inc.. have secured a
contract for the construction of a etor
i?e warehouse on 181st street. New
York city, calling for 400 tone of fnh
rlonted shajtee. The K'.crtrlo Bond and
Share Company of Utah has also placed
a contract for a building and gatce. re
quiring 3nn tons of fabricated shapes,
with the same Interest. The energetic
new managem nt. In concentrating It
sole efforts irpon fabrication, gives the
Sttcn Island plant a capacity or 5.01'0
tons per tnonth.
see
The Log Angeles Aotieduct Board re
ceived bids on DeCSmbSf 21 on 1,500
tons of fabricated steel to lie u ed In
the const ruction of Irar-eni'sslon towers
In preparation to furnish electrical
power and light to the city of lxs An
geles The American Hr'.dne Compam
haa secured a contract for 520 tons of
structural steel for the construction of
the Chamber of Commerce building at
Rochester. N. Y. Tie Weatlnghouse
Machine Company has given an order
'or koo tons of steel for a four story
hiilldlng at East l'lttsburg to the IfC
tllnllc-Murehall Construction Company,
s a
The Phillips Sheet and Tin I'lntc
Company has placed n contract for 650
tons of structural st.el for plant exten
sion at Wclrton, W. Vu... with the lvnn
Bridge Company, An Inquiry is
now in the market for l.onft tons of
fabricated shape, to be used In the
construction of a loft bulPIng nt Twen
1 M,,li,. tsMHi
York city. T ie Am rlc in Bridgi
Company will furnish 1,104) tons of stee
for coal bunkers at Newark, the order
om'ng throu-h the Public Service Com
mission. see
Among the recent export confract.
plac d Is one from a coal plant In Jlawaii
onltlng f"r 104) tons of steel, secured b)
the Virginia nr'ifcre and Iron Works
while tho United States Steel Product
Company has li"e!i awarded a contract
fur 5.10 tons for an electrical station to
bo constructed :tt Shanghai, Chlna.
s s a
Shipments of wire products by the
Ame'lcan Steel and Wire Company In
rec, mber. It la now assured, will be
200.000 tons, breaking all previous rec
ords of distribution. The Interesting
point Is that practically all of the ton
nage was distributed to domestic con
sumers, only about 15.000 tons being
for export. Heavy Vilimcnts have been
made from WtVfahOUSOt In the last few
months, and there are indications that
stocks are now down to hare floors. As
an Illustration It may be noted that one
New Kngland consumer roporte the re
ceipt Of several kegs of wire nails with
the stamp of December. 1912. The kegs
wore the worse for wear, but the nails
were In prime condition.
sea
The New Tork Municipal Railways
Corporation has placed an additional
contract for 2,400 tone of steel, to be
used In the construction of tfhe Coney
Island dlvls'on of tihe elevated railroad,
with the American Bridge Company. The
additional steel was required by the
change In plans by the rallrond com
pony. This makes the total contract
52.400 tons. The city of Philadelphia
Is In the market for three highway
bridges, calling fur 400 tons of fabricated
steel.
see
The Limestone Transportation Com
pany has placed a contrail for a freight
boat with the American Shipbuilding
Company for delivery in 1917. The
builders In turn have placed a contract
for the 4.500 tons of steel plalea and
shapes required with an Eastern mill.
RAILROAD EARNINGS.
The Central of Oeorgis Ral
nenw P.nnrtH for SfOVt in her ',
ay Com-
1915 changes
Oper revenue . .
Vet op rev. . . .
Oper. income . .
From July 1
Oper revenue . .
Vet op rev. . . .
Oper. Income . .
.VKW YORK,
ll.lll.Ttl Inc. 1130,787
Sin s7 Inc
130. am Ins
114 1107
IOC. 140
. . M Inc. 4,701
i.ill.lli Inc. 172 104
. . 1.S9S.OS3 Inc. 114.077
srsytTFJHANNA AND
WESTKKX.
The New York, Huequehanna and West
ern Railroad Comptny. Including ths
Wllkesburre und F.astern Railroad Com
iwny. reports for November:
ID If, Changes.
ilross revenue. . . .
per. expenses and
13-4.471 Inc. II7.04C
tuxes
2(t.49t Inc
1114. 77t Inc.
11,471
Oper. Income... 1114. 771 inc. 6i.st7
From Jan. Ii
tiroes revenue ... SS. 729. 647 Ino. II, S. 921
Clpsr. expenses and
taxes s.iise.oee inc. ii.i.n
Opar
Income... 11.140.149 Inc. 1114.711
Kli.VDINU KYHTRM.
The Philadelphia and Heading Hallway
Company, the l''illadelphlu ana Heading
Coal und Iron Company mid ths Rending
Company report for November:
Railway Company:
1I1S. Change
Receipts 16.048.490 Inr . 11, 019.444
Bxpense 1,111, III Inc. 206,r,39
Net 2.127.452 Ino. 113,901
coal and Iron ConiDam :
Receipts 1.1. H14.596 Inc.
Kxpeuses 1,822,941 Ino,
Net 298. 16S Ino.
Heading Company:
Herepta IS7S.61S Inc.
Expenaes 15,874 Ino.
Net 654.184 Uto,
Hurplua 100.470 Dec.
462,127
EH8.991
71.11(1
llll
4.H41
4,015
2,641
( natoma Rerelpta Yeetepdag.
The total receipts for duties nt the
Custom House yeHtrrday were 1616.
210. 9 of wll ch 1110,11411 37 wan for mer
chumllao w thdrnwn from iKindml wure
hiiuH.n and 40,17w.a for recent n-porlutlona
THE SUN, FRIDAY,
MORGAN BONUSES DOUBLED.
Rankers til ve K nsployees SO aad M
Pep Cent, of SaratnW.
J. P. Morgan Co. duubled yestardsy
the New Tears bonuses of employees.
The bankera gave to every employee who
had been with them for ten years or
more 10 per cent, of his annual salary
and to each employee who had been with
them less thtan that time 20 per cent, of
his annual salary.
T. e bonuses Isst ysar and for several
years previous were It and 10 par cent.
Not only were larger bonuses given
this year but every employes received a
gonemus raise In salary, to go Into ef
fect on January 1.
AMERICAN ICE GAINS GROW.
Met Prssflts Isrrrssr Proas SSOrl.Ma
to nas.isa.
The report of the American Ice Com
pany for the year ended October 11, 1918,
shows net profit of 1528, 181 as com
pared with I40M In the previous year.
Th.a la equal to 3 S per cent, earned on
the 114,120,100 preferred stock, against
2 73 per cent, earned on the ttock In
114.
1 1 rose earnings were IM,f 14, against
ll,82M81 a year ago, with net earnings
company was 11.851.416, against 11,102,
43. The profit and lose aurpiua on
October 11. 115. la given at 14,284.011
as compared with 14,0(9,164.
APPELLATE DIVISION BECKONS
Complete 1. 1st of Announcements
Made by Kiret Department.
The Supreme Court of the Appellate Di
vision. First Department, announced the
following decisions yesterday:
Itoslna Dlcttfl. respt . vs. City of New
J111 lament and order affirmed
with costs. Oplnloifi hy Sooti, Laughlln
mi McLaughlin, JJ. tlngraham. P. J.
and M' Lsughlln. J . dlssentlngl
Jnipph J Jermyn. respt.. vi Frederick
W Searing et si, aptCJs. Judgment f
Mrmed with costs. Opinion by Clarke, J.
order fl ed.
The People. Ac . applts . vs. Edward J.
ilarrlson, respt. Judeunent affirmed,
opinion by Laughlln. J. Tlngraham. P. J.,
and Dowllng. Jr., dissenting Settle order
hi notice.
Jscoh Wolfln. respt . Security Bank
of N. Y.. applt Determinallon affirmed
aitg costs, opinions by Scott. J . and In
trtJtiam. P. J. Ilngrsham. P. J., and
Laughlln. J . dissenting) Order filed.
Henry W Jessup. spplt . vs Oeorge W
Smith et all rispts. Judgment affirmed,
with rnsts Opinions by Ingraham. P. J.
McLaughlin and Scott. JJ . dlssentlngl.
Order tiled.
Warnock 1'nlform Co . respt . vs. Msx
K 'hre et si. lmpld . applts Judgm. nt
affirmed, with coats Opinions by Mc
Laughlin. J., snd Ingrshsm. P. J. tln
graham, r J., and Dowllng, J., dissenting),
nr lir (lied
In the Mstter of Edward V Bstcb.
dred Decree reversed and proceeding re
mitted to Surrogatea' Coun. as stated In
opinion, with one Wll of costs to appel ants
'" t.e paid apportlonateiy oirt of the funds
affected by the appeal. Opinion by Hcott.
J. Settle order on notice.
Allan M Jenks as trustee, respt . vs
''liarlii P, Buchanan. Indy . Ac. et al
applts. Judgment modtfl'd ss directed In
'Pinion, sad a modified affirmed, with
Costa to rtsponlents Opinion by 1 arae.
J (Ingrshun. P J. dlMSntlag). Settle
irder on notice.
The People. Ac . respt., ve Charles Mc
tVmald. alias tjondorf. spplt. Judgment
md order ufflnned No opinion Order
Bled , ....
The People. Ac . respt . vs. lyee de ll
ers. spplt Ju.lgmen: afflrmeil Opinion
b MrLaugh'In. J Order filed
The I'eof e, Ac. respt.. vs. Philip S.
-iiiltta upplt. Judgment reverse-t and new
rial grsnted Opinion by Smith. J. Set
tle order on notice.
Joseph Diamond, respt.. vs. N . west'
hester snd Roeion Hy Co. spplt Judg
mttrl modined as directed In opinion an '
. m edified affirmed without costs Opln
IOB by Smith. J. Settle order on notice.
Julius Lessynsky, respt , vs. Breach a
Hothenst. In. lmpld.. applt Judgment re
versed with i-.ats and demurrer sustained
with
wltn Itavt 4S pinintin i" ssswswfi
- j n P" '""
iilrd.r tiled. ,
Oplnl.m uy L larae, j
V. frleda Ileaetih ,ln applt . vs. Her
man A. Zlegenhaln. r. apt. Judgment re
verged nlili sis. and Judgment ordered
r plaintiff, with costs as stated In op.n
ion. opinion by McLaughlin, J Settle
ordi r on notice
In Hie mutter of William H. Lent, de
tested. D.iree so far ss sppesled from
reietsed. with '"'Sts to appellants payable
out of 'lie estate, and de. ree modined as
Inillnted In opinion opinion by MOM, J
si, ttia order on notice.
William Elitre.cn and ano, respts.. v
Cohn Brows A CO., applts Judgment snd
order reversed, new trial ordered, roeti to
appellant to abide event. Opinion b,
stn'th. J Ordsr nied
The People, Ac. p'.ffs, vs James .
Otaly, ua .lerk. A . and the city of New
York deft. Judgment ordered for de
fenlnnts. without costs Opinion by Scott,
J Settle order on notice.
In the Matter of William H. Sealch.
respt.. Mason SVuman Tr insportallon Com
pnnv. applt , inter modified as Indicated
In opinion, and as modified affirmed, with
out costs Opinion by McLaughlin, J. Set
tle order on notice.
Alfred Oe, rltix. respt . vs. jirirnpomi.ii
Bank, applt. DettrtSlSStleS and Judgment
rrwreed and n, w trlaJ ordered, coats to
appellant to abide event. Opinions by
Scott. J. and Ingraham. P. J (Ingraham.
P. J. diss, ntlngi order filed.
Vincent Atlor. plff . Vt William Thwaltes
deft. Judgment ordered for defendant,
without costs opinion by Scott. J
(Ingraham. P J-. desssntlng and voting
for Judgment for plaintiff). Settle order
on notice.
Miry T. Pslma. respt.. vt. Town of
North Hempstead, applt. Waller W. Hoff
man, respt.. vs. the sams. applt. Order In
each caae reversed, with 110 costs and
disbursements and motion denied, wtth 110
oos's. opinion by Scott, J. Order hied.
Msry T Palma vs. the earns. Walter
W. Hoffman vs. the same. Order In each
caie reversed, with 110 eosts and dis
bursements and motion granted, with 110
costs. Opinion by Scott, J. Ordert filed.
Jcaenhlne Illarhoff. aa admx.. respt . vt.
Yorkvllle Hank, applt. Judgment affirmed,
- .,. (,), costs Opinions by Mclaughlin snd
t. J J. Sc. .it, J, alaeentlngi uraer
filed
Mvry Trwln. respt., vs. rranaun aimon.
niiM . v. tth J. J. stelndler Company, applt.
Judgment snd order reveraed. new trial
ordered, cos's to appellant to abide event.
Opinion by Laughlln, J. (Mc.LaugSlin, J.,
concurring for reversal, but voting for dis
missal of complaint i. oroer nieu.
Joseph ! WallaCh. reapt , v Mary ,
Itaumrvter and ano, applts Judgment re
seined, with costs and complaint die-
missed, with (nets. Opinion by McLaugh
Hn, J. Order filed.
In the matter of Maurice Bettgman. i
dee'd. Order modified sa stated in opln- '
Ion ajid aa modified affirmed. Opinion by
8s-ott, J. Settle order on notice
BdMard Wolf and ano.. plffa.. va. Nat.
Ottv Bunk of N. Y'., deft. Judgment or
dered ror defendant, with costa Opinion
hy Scott, J. Metre order on notice.
In the matter of Mathilda Zltslspengar,
dee'd. Order reversed, with 110 costs and
disbursements and motion granted as
statod In opinion. Opinion by Dowllng, J.
Helt'e order on notice.
lohn Qulnn. reept , va. Rtaten Island
Hop! i Transit Ry Co., applt Judgment
reveraed. with coats, and complaint dis
missed, with coats. Oplnton by Scott, J.
Order filed.
Thomas A Rrllly respt . vs City of New
Y'ork. applt Judgment rsveree-d. with
costs, and complaint dismissed, with coses.
OnlntoM by Dowllng J. Order Sled.
Shaw's Jewelry Shop, Inc., reap., ve
New York Hersld Co., applt. Judgment
modified us Indicated In opinion, and as
miettned affirmed without costs. Opinion
by Mclaughlin. J. Settle order on notice
Caroline stern, applt.. vs Mutual Life
Ins. Co et a)., respts. Judgment affirmel
as to defendants Kabn and Werrhelm,
Inds-ldtially and as executora with costs.
u.nd reversed amd a new trial ordered as
to defendant Mutual Life Insurance Com
pany, with costs to plaintiff to abide
event, opinion by Scott, J. Settle order
on notice.
Ilyman D. Baker, respt., va. Ancient
Order of Hibernians, applt. Judgment re
versed, with coata and complaint dls
loia.nd with costs. Oolnlon bv Laueh.
Hn. J. (Moiaugh'ln and Scott, JJ , db
sentlng ) i-eitie order on notice.
Morltt Waller et al.. applta.. va. Anna
K Walter, reapt. Judgment and order
affirmed, with costs, on opinion of Cage.
J (Dissenting opinion by Hcott, J.) Or
der filed.
Suale K Piser, respt., ve. Ferdinand
Iladhl and ano., apnlm Order reversed,
with 110 coats and disbursements, and mo
tion denied, with lit) costs to each de-,.-i..i
wpb leave to plaintiff to amend
TO EMBARGOED SHIPPERS
Express Delivery Service from
Philadelphia to New York with 5
ton Pierce-Arrow Motor Trucks.
Call, write or 'phone Bell
"locust l.too," Philadelphia.
t't'OHnr mink. 1401 Areh St.. Phlla.
DECEMBER 31, 1915.
on payms
Laugh Hn,
Anna F
payment of costs. Oplnton by ate-
J. Order f ed
Fl.Wll.r m A rr. annll 1, .
Meamn 4k Hanger Co and the City of" New
liorli, respta. Judgment reversed, new
trfal ordered, costs to appellant to abide
event. Opinion per curiam. (Ingraham,
' to and Dowllng. J., dissenting.) Order
filed.
I'hlitp tl. Grossman, respt. vs. Albert
H. Woods, spplt. Judgment affirmed, with
costs. No oplnton. (Ingrahsm, P. J., and
Clarke, J,, dissenting. I Order filed.
William H,olman, respt . vs. Walter R
Patlen. applt Judgment revsrasd, with
costa and complaint dssmlased, with costs
Opinion by Clarke, J. Order Hied.
Freed Contracting Co., respt . ve. John
.7 Boyd, indv , Ac et al., aippita Judg
ment reverted, with costs snd complaint
dismissed, with cost. Opinion by Laugh
lln, J Settle order ot. notice.
Adorpti R. g. do Meyer, respt., vs. cthsr
lotte a. Breltung. et al., applt. Judgment
snd order afnrmed, with costs. No oplnon.
(rtmlth. J., dissenting I Order filed.
Besse C. Clark, applt., vs. Metropolitan
Life Ins. Co., respt. Judgment affirmed,
with costs. No opinion. Order filed.
Bernsrd Abelman, respt., vs. Indelll A
Confortl Co., applt. Judgment reversed,
with costs, and complaint dismissed, with
eoeta Opinion by Clarke, J. Order Hied.
August Peachmanna, respt., vs. Oeorge
B. Bsyes, spplt Judgment affirmed, with
coats No opinion. (Laughlln, J., dissent
ing) Order tiled.
The peopls, Ac., respt., vs. Brneet Trrbel
horn, applt. Judgment and ordera af
firmed. No opinion. Order Sled.
J "Ini WHIIams A ano., splits., vs. the
City of New York, respt. Jidgment and
ordsr affirmed, with costs. No opinion.
Order Pled.
Tl He Wscht, respt., vs. 24th nt. 7th
Ave. Realty Cm A ano., applts Judgment
sffirmed, with costs. No oplnk-n. Order
filed.
Stella Levy, pifT . vs. Mary C. McMahan.
deft. Judgment ordered for plaintiff,
without costa Opinion by Dowl.ng, J.
Sett e order on notice.
Frank M Dowler, applt.. va. Joseph
Johnson, respt. Frederick Kroenke ve.
same. Judgments affirmed, with costs.
No opinion. (Dissenting memersndum by
Dowllng A Smith. JJ.). Ordsrs nied.
Lillian W. Porter, reapt., vs. Louise J.
Denny et al.. applts Judgment In favor
of p alntlff reversed and complaint dis
missed as to defendant Denny and Judg
ment ordered for her as stated In opinion.
Opinion by Clsrke, J. Settle order on no
tice National Bursty Co. A ano., reepts
appits, va Edmund K. Stallo, applt
ritpt. Judgment affirmed without costs on
oplnon of Oreenbaum, J. Order filed.
Klnndrkn (lovt. Concession. Ltd . respt..
vs. Arthur N C. Treadgold. lmpld with
Yukni (lo d Co , applt. Order arflrmed.
with .'in cost and disbursements with leave
to defendant to withdraw demurrer and to
anaser .n payment of coats No opinion.
Order filed
Wllllsm J. Wilson, spplt., vs. Shubert
Anderson Co., respt Judgment affirmed,
S'lth rosts. No opinion, order filed.
Isidore Brandt, an inft., reapt.. vs Brad
ley Contracting Co., applt. Judgment and
order affirmed, with cost No opinion. Or
der filed.
John Martlnkov'-s rear,!., ve 1 .hl.h
Cost A Navigation Co.. applt. judgment and
nriier arnrme.i on trie authority or An
drlustlo vs Phil A H Coal A Iron Co. App
Dlv. 2d Dept.. eiot yet reported i Ingra
ham. P. I., dissenting. I Order filed
Frederick A. Joms. reapt . vs Wl Ham
E. Woodtti and ano, applts Judgment and
order affirmed, with C'.sta. No opinion.
Order tiled
Murium TsshJIan. as sdmx . spplt., vs.
Edwsrd A. Spengsmsn. reapt. Ju'lprmsnt
and order reversed and new trlnl ordered,
coats to sppellsnt to abide eveatt Opin
ion per curium Order filed.
B' njsmln P. Ducaa reapt , vs. Federal
Vnlon Surety Co, applt Judgment and
rder reversed, new trlnl ordered, ousts to
appellant to abide event. Opinion bv
Laughlln, J Order filed.
The People. Ac. reapt.. vs. Oeorge Osr-
a-..
e.r. , IM. U, ,,... npne...i V .. .......
Ion.
Order filed
Alvey Mfg Co. applt.. vs Interboroand Dowllng. JJ . dissenting)
WINTER RESORTS.
NEW JERSEY Lakewood.
The Laurel House-
Why go to distant winter resorts when Lakewood and
the Laurel House are so much nearer home?
Lakewood is famous for being at its best in mid-winter.
The climate is bracing. The air has been filtered through
miles of pine forest, giving it the clean, fresh fragrance of
outdoors.
Every form of winter sport is enjoyed by the guests of
the Laurel House. Young people tell us that no other
place affords so many different opportunities for exercise and
recreation.
Dancing and teas. Superior orchestral concerts.
The real charm of the winter season may be enjoyed here.
Let us send an illustrated book of Lakewood and the
Laurel House.
Lakewood. N. J.
A. J. MURPHY. Manager.
CHARLES V. MURPHY. Asst. Manager.
-mm
WARD
LINE
Winter Cruises
of sssefttt IssesCBssfisnnts
gilt to 23 ggyt.
HAVANA
nd points In Cuba
Elxcellent golf on the noted
Havana Country Club course;
splendid surf bathing at gay
Marianao Beach; modem, com
fortable hotel.
NASSAU
In tha Bahamae
A wonderful climate. Soft
breezes and balmy air. Tennis,
motoring, golf, pony racing.
The finest game-fishing on
the Atlantic.
Sailings each Thundsr tl aesa tad 'ilasnsr
Bjomini si 1 1 o'clock. Large Aiaeacaa jia-
st ae.lraoip,. lu.tisj lots aspla
ihe Aawrwan sag Btoed oscb. Istgs tin
sad Mtsstgal cuisas.
Low rates of paatage, including meals
and ttateroom accornmodationt.
H-rds.r IrigsaSsn
NEW YORK AND CUIA MAIL S. S. CO.
War 14, LI (tlUlMI) nU
Oi aait asSsnxsd be in agsser at tout bunts
FRENCH LINE
CempsgiUeeneraTransatlantlaue
Sailings tor BORDEAUX
ROCHA BEAU . . Jan. 4, 3 P. M.
LA TOURAINE Jan. 8, 3 P. M.
LAFAYETTE Jan. 15, 3 P. M.
ESPAGNE Jan. 22, 3 P. M.
KOK INFORMATION APPLY
COMPANY'S OFFICE JUrtnW;
nlJI DOMINION LINE. To
geiais
South snd West Every week day. I
y wees dag. i P at..
Tsi. Ittt Prasklla
Pier It. North River
OEOROIA sad FLORIDA RESORTS.
All outdoor sports in an Ideal climax...
(M EAN STEAMSHIP CO.. Ml 6th Av.. N. Y.
STEAMSHIP TICKETS to say pert.
Official Agsnt all lines.
Raymond 4t VVhltcomb Co., tH tth Av., N. Y.
00 TO BERMUDA HY "8 8 HBHMl'DIAN "
BookltU Quebec H. a. Co., Ltd., W U' way. N. Y.
respt. Order affirmed, with
Brewing Co.,
costs No opinion, order niso. .
William J. Dempsey, respt.. ve. Nin
eaatern Construction Co. and ano. sppi's.
Judgment affirmed, with costs. No opin
ion. Order filed. .-.
James M. ftchlsy. Jr.. apphK vs. Morna
C. Andrews, respt. judgment afnrmed, witn
costs. No opinion (Dowllng and Smlln.
JJ.. dissenting.) Order filed.
Nicholas J. Barrett, as ear., respt.. va.
Thomas Keratsas and ano, apptta. Ordsr
affirmed, with coots. No opinion. Order
died
Hoban-Hunttr-Peltner Co.. reapt.. vs.
Parshelsky Bros., applt. Order rarerstd.
with costs, and motion to set aside verdict
denied and verdict reinstated. Opinion per
curiam. Order filed.
Elisabeth Reich, reapt.. va. B. W. Bliss
Buildings Inc., applt. Order reversed, with
lit cost und disbursements and motion
denied, with lit costa. Ordsr filed.
Tlllle ttalvln, respt.. va. Herman Rosen
baum. applt. game va. same. Order ar
flrmed. with 110 cost and disbursements.
No opinion. Orders filed.
Butler-Butler. Inc., pllf., vs. Nicholas B.
Mareoglou. upplt.. Re American Tobaoco
Company, reapt. Order reversed, with 1
coats, and disbursements and motion de
nied, with lit costa Opinion by Smith,
J. Order filed.
New Tork Wet Wash Laundry Company,
applt., ve. Morris eager, reept. Order re
versed, with 110 costs, and disbursements
and motion granted, with 111 costs, Opin
ion per curiam. Bottle order on notice.
Edward F. de W'tt. applt.. va Abrsham
n i, , ... I - r-nmnanw ruint Or
dsr reversed, with 110 costs and disburse- I
menta. and motion granted, with 10 coats .
Opinion by Clarke. J Order filed.
City of New Tork, respt., vs. Epplnger ,
and Russell Company, applt. Order re- i
versed, with 110 costi and disbursements.
and motion granted, with 110 costs. Opln- .
Ion by Clarke. J. Ordi r filed. I
in tne matter or rruneis r. rw. :
H. B. S. Stlmpson. Respondents rensuren
Opinion by Bcott. 3. Ptttle order on op
tica In the matter of John M Coleman. Re
spondent suspended for six months. Opin
ion per curiam. Settle order on notlre.
in tne metier or james n. ,, e-.. .....
Respondent dlshsrred. Opinion per cu
rlsm. Settle order on notice
In the matter of Agostlno II. Monte-
rirlfto. Jr. Respondent disbarred Opm
on per curiam. Settle order on notice.
In the matter of Jacob Schrelber. Re
spondent censured. Opinion per curiam.
Settle order on notice.
In the matter of Wlllard O Stanton
Referee's report approved and charges dis
missed Settle order on notice.
In the matter of Harry M Friedman
Respondent disbarred by hit own reneent.
Settle order on notice.
In the msttsr of Francis L. Carrso ne
spondent censured. Opinion per curiam
Settle order on notice.
In the matter of Clarence F Blrdseje.
Application granted. Settle order on no-
"Yn the mstter of Benedict S Vltale Pro
reeding dlamlsssd. Settle order on notlre.
Mary Ost. respt.. vs. Iauls Koch and atv
other, lmpld. applta Judgment and order
reveraed, new trial ordered, costs to ap
pellant to abide event. Opinions by Scott
and Laugh Ing. JJ. (Laughlln and Mc
laughlin, jj . dissenting.) Order ni"i
In the mstter of Isaac B. Rolnhardt.
Reargument ordered.
John C Bolts, applt., vs. Mercantile
Bank of Memphis, reapt. Order modined
as stated In opinion without costs to
either party and with leave to defendant
to asaeM as stated In opinion Opinions
hy Scott and Smith. JJ. iSmlth and Mc
Laughlin. JJ. dissenting). Settle order on
Louis (Jucnther, respt.. vs the Hldgwsy
Company, applt Judgment and order re
versed, new trial ordered coats JO ap
pellant to abide event. Opinion by In
graham. P Jo snd Laughlln J. (Laughlln
J., dlssentlngl order nied.
Edward C Moore Company, reapt . vs.
American credit Indemnity Company or
New York, applt Judgment and Ofgtf
reversed, wtth costs and verdict dlrsettd
(or defendant as stated In opinion. l)p n
i. ... l.v Imiehlln snd Smith. JJ (Smitn
WINTER RESORTa.
NEW JERSEY lakewood
American Line
AMERICAN STEAMERS
Under the American Flag?
N. Y.-UtpooI, Per 6?. N. R., Noon
New Vorh
Per. .41 St. Louis
Jan. g
White Star Line
N.Y. Liverpool, Pier 60. N. R.,Non
Battle Jan. Adriatic Jan. It
Asorea Gibraltar Naples - Genoa
f anople . . Jan. t, 11 A. M t'rette Feb. It
orriCE. B'WAV, at, V. Tel. SOM Bertor
CUNARD
RataMlsbed lo
EUROPE VIA LIVERPOOL
Cameronia.. .Wed.. Jan. 12, 1 0A.M.
OKUl'NA SAT . JAN. IS. 10 A.M
1 LSI A MA SAT.. JAN. 32. 10 AM
SCALIFOHNIA SAT. JAN. 20 10 A M
Kn Haute to (llasgow
HOIMI THE BOIILI4 TOl RS.
Througb bookings to all Principal ports of t it
CUMPANY'ttOFr-K'K. tl-l lists HI..N.T
Tho public be pteuMd.
BOSTON $2.65
Via Boat and Rail
BODMB trip, gj. io
DonvincMrc Boat
I1rec4 $1.60
t XV V llblivi.
Rorsn trip u.oo.
Colonial Line
nrst-o.ass service, catering to the best
people Week days and .Sun.laya at I P y
tern Pier 33. N It., foot West ll.eu.ton !
A I Outside Booms, tl.00 to tS.OO. Wireless
rM, ........... i.roaaway and
lid St. Phone Spring mm.
FALL RIVER LIME
TO BOSTON $3.00
Strt. Iv. Plsr 14, N. H . ft. Fulton St
dally at i:00 P. M lluslc. '
New London (Normchl I. Ine str. i
Pier 40. N. R., ft. Houston St., weak da, m
only. 6:30 V. M . Pier 70. E. K . iTaTfl
St.. 1:00 P. M. iia
New Haven Line, sirs. iv. t'ler SI B n
ft. Catharine si, week days only l-i't p
M.I Pier 70. ft. K. 22d St., 1:00 I' M
Rrldaeport Line, week daya only, sirs is
Pier if. E K.. 11:00 A. M. ; Pier TO. ft K
Sid St.. 11:14 A. M. '
44 si rater, a. too iPret lu.ni a direct. a. as
OUTSIDE STATEROOMS, gl.tw
Dally, laelnalag Sunday, Site m
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Special Holiday Announcement
HOTEL
CHELSEA
Occupying entire block of ocean front, in the
fashionable Chelsea section.
300 bed-chambers with private baths
(fresh and sea water).
Orchestra, cafe, grill, &e. French chefs.
Golf privileges. Autos meet trains.
Open all year.
Booklet. J- B. THOMPSON & CO.
Atlanlir
Lheytrvcat hotel acccravmoioauoivj m
tart the Mew Tear Bight. "1 hereby sgree thstl
study my health and g.aal splrlte by commencing the New Year
" 'yLod ."few '.lavs in the 'pure, bracing air
revel In the consciousness of Increasing alrengtn ana ""
A wide range of hlsh-cUas attractions unite to make your
visit a memorable one
ma leading Ho wees Are Always Open
and will fuiiiMi tttU Information, rates, etc. on application
(Hott-is are all American Plan, unless otherwise noted)
Marlboroufh-Blenheim Hotel Chelsea
on 1 hi llrach Front On the Ilca' h Pront
American and European Plans J. n. Thompson A Co.
Joslah White A Hons Company Shlburtl
Galen Hall " gZjLSfttE"
H,.i riennii Hotel St. Chsrlsa
r. ?h. fle Pront " " '"rn l'r',nl
w.hJ J iSiirbv RMS Haines Co.
u Th Holmhurtt
Seaside House Central: Near the lieach
tin the lieach Kmnt Henry Darnell
F. P CiHik's una b...j U.tJ
The Wiltshire On
Central: Near the Beach
Sam in I Kills M aiisnni.
Only three hours from New York City vlaCKNTBAt.
K B. of N. J., or PENNA. K. R.
Consult local ticket. arent f i- further Informttlnn
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,TLANTICCITT.,J
A 1 1. 4 N'TICl CITT'H LATEST FIREPROOF HOTEL.
ALWAYS OPKN.
Lesated on the ocean rront. at Pennsylvania Avenue, the most central and
location mT the resort 400 rooms. 2V1 with
cold freab and sea water attachments. Orchestra or soloists. Poultry, eggs and dairy
products direct from own farm Illustrated literature and rates upon request. Owner
ship management.
NEW VOBK Long Island.
Ths Most Attractive reuntrv Hotel
dlaeent ( New Verk ' Its
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GARDEN CITY, LONG ISLAND
M'K IAL H IN I Kit KATES.
C rr ol ibe moat MClUilVf uiuury iitoti
ii Ann-ri., A rombtDtatlon uf countrr
Hit HOU nytrt poll tan iiote. luxury vilin
fi und. 'omiuruxi un the Amcrloka i
1 brrv i eVltw lur lae i-uu r-mnnv ut molarLa.
A Handsome a la Carte Restaurant
K0 inilea .roni N.V. Frequent e ectric serei te
Penna. Station. J. J. LANNIN ()., Props'
OBOBG1A Augusta.
Hotel Bon Air
AUGUSTA. GA.
Now Open. Why not itptnd your holldoya
there? Two An It-hole got coureetv
beautiful clubhnuee. excellent driving nd
motoring, ah otinf anil all outdoor aporta
Addra.. C. G. TRUSSELL. Managar
- l MOLINA Aiken,
Highland Park Hotel
AIKKN N c
SOW OPEN. ' AMEHICAN PI.av
Nsw hotel, all modern conveniences. Golfi
tennis, polo. drRtns and horseback r i,ia!
Cllmnte J.J. NWEKNEV, Mgr.. Aiken, S. C
Summer 44 niters, r Inn. l ake Placid.
FLORIDA.
SPEND THE WINTER on the Plerldt
last Coast. !41 nth Ave.. N. T.
BAHAM A IS LN DO.
Ideal Tropic Winter Haven
Writs for Booklets. Rahamaa Uovern
ment Agent. 450 Fourth Avenue, New York
City.
CALiroRN IA Pasadena
HOTEL GREEN JK
liradbiu t . (.'uahlng. lies, Mgr., N. Y. ttepre
aeniatiM Ukw .Mb Av spur Travel iluraau
IRROOATES' NOTICES.
IN Pl'KSUANCE of an order Of HOBOr
able John P Oohalan. u Surrogate or ths
County of New York notice la hereby given
to nil persons having . Inline against lieorga
Nash, lute of the County of New York de
csuaed, to present the same with voui'hers
thereof lo the Hiibserlbers at their a nee of
transacting business, at the . :v r Tha
Karmer. Loan and Trust Cottipugy n 14
Willi. un Street. In the Boroiigli of M mhat
tan, Cily of New York, on or before the 1st
day of July next
Dated. New York, ths llth day of Da.
cember 191S. ' '
THE KAHMEB8 LOAN A TH1..4T Cnl
f ANT,
By ID WIN CIRHS. Aast Secv
WAl.TKIt H HOI'PlNd. Executors
TOIRH.
WEST INDIES SS
Offlclal agsnta
K TOI HIST
3H6 Uroadway, N. Y."
Tropical By all lines. Ideal Vocations, i.ow
ts, J " " rm Prevailing rstsa Send 'or its
Cruitet ,..,n.. Marslers, K4ii H ,? 'v. i-;
WINTER BESORTS.
NEW J ERSE V Atlantic City.
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and sunshine, and
the Beach Front
F". JB- OJT nnd
CAPACITY SOO.
private hath eacb eaulooed with hot
SPECIAL RATE8
OVtR THE HOLIDAYS
LNUSLAL ATTRACTIONS
AND r LATURcS
..: 4ms.-.aa4Bs
HOTCIs
NEW CLARION
Kentucky Ave. and Beacb,
Atlantic Cily, N. J.
'A A modern nouae, cuiuplete In every
detail. Rooms en suite, with baths and
every convenience. This house remains
open the entire year and Is near pier,
theatres and Atlantic City's many ami
varied attractions The cheerful, homo.
like surroundings appeal to those de
I slrous of rest and contentment. Table
; supplied with best the market affords.
; The service Is excellent. Automobile
I garage accommodatlona. Booklet.
8. K. BONIFACE
In the Heart of Atlantic City
ALAMAC
HOTEL
Fireproof Ocean Front
Family and Transient. Capacity 400
AMERICAN and EUROPEAN PLANS
Hot and Cold Sea Water Hatha
Grill - Orchestra . Dancing
GAKAGE
MACK LATZ eV CO.
CONTINENTAL HOTEL
lletseen Penna. It. It. Station and 'leeei
AI.WAVS READY. ALWAYS OPKN.
Mieani beat, running water In .ill moms.
aooOU en suite with private bath i arage
American plan S-4..v per dav upwards.
&:rffin',:
M. w. DUNCAN,
Superior location wit
unobstructed view of
ana ucxircrvvgih. Arecotjmzi
standard of excellence
Canao, fiOO. WALTER J. BV2MY. I
trlf hading itsoil rToTfl Of tmi w or
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All. A Nil lll'Y , . J,
dONIAH WHITE A ION! COtgtAWYl
HOTEL RUDOLF
Superb location on ocean front,
sea and Iresh water baths.
. . orchestra. Capacity l.ooo.
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