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1C0DRT HOUSE AWARD
CALLED A SCANDAL
Counsel for Citizens Union As
sails JiM, 190,500 Contract for
Preliminary Work.
.BLOW TO HOUSING PLANS
Efitimnto Bonn! Accopta Only
Bid Despite' La Gunrdin and
v Curran's Protests.
The contract for the foundation and
feugh plumbing of tlio new court Iiouho
fer New York county wan awarded yes
terete' by the Hoard of Estltnato to
hodge ra & Uaggerty, the only bidders, at
IU'0,500, tho Republican member vot
ing against tho award and declaring tho
figure exorbitant.
T. II. I-a Guardla, President of the
" Beard of Aldermen, declared that not
taly will the work under that bid mean
the waste of a largo amount of public
money but that the details of tho apect
Ueatlons had been so drawn that any
number of reputable firms had been pre-
'Vented from bidding.
Henry II. Curran, President of tha
rough of Manhattan, voted negatively
to the same grounds, and added that tho
present administration Is merely "going
on In It Insensate ambition to put up a
-monument to Ua emclcncy."
La Guard la amended that sentiment
te the following effect:
"I do not acre with my" friend Curran
oil calling this a monument. I should
emtl It a grave. It has no roof, and
? hwee no Value as a building. When
0 they cot the plumbing In they could use
1 that to sprinkle the flowers around the
grave. I suggest that when tho Comp-
treller goes out of office next fall we
1 erect a tablet Inscribed j 'Sacred to the
u memory of a short but mlsspest public
laV"
5 Joseph A. Gulder, Commlseloner of
"Public Works of Brooklyn, representing
J the Borough President, took Curran to
a task. "This Is not a matter of erecting
!Ja monument to this administration," he
wstld, "but of correcting a monumental
0 blunder of another administration. Now,
iever In Brooklyn we are discouraging
'th erection of garages and motion pic
Jture houses In order to Increase con-
1 at ruction of homes for the cltliens."
I'Aii'ra itrtl rr tViif with Ann
Ohnd," Curran Interrupted, "while with
r h.h va.i ir. n.k np thin hrtaril tl
V . i . V . J J w.v ...... vvw.'h - '
Jhe Story
footliqht favorite who
j led from fame
bv Hulbert Footner
iduthor of "The Substitute Millionaire,'
."The Fugitive Sleuth," etc.
ALL NEWS-STANDS
irlvo you $1,000,000 to build a new Bor
ough Hall,"
When Uie colloyUy threatened to In
volvo Brooklyr) the Mayor promptly
called Curron to ordtr and tlx vote W
completed, , '
Leonard M, Wallaleln, coutw61 for tha
Cltlaett Union, Issued a statement last
night In which ho declared that "(he
Improvidence of the Tammany majority
of the Board of Rstlmato In persisting
at this time In progressing the' award
of contracts for the construction of the
new oourt house Is nothing less than a
publlo scandal. Tlioy mako no attempt
to oombat tlie fact that tho erection of
this $14,000,000 structure at peak prices
for material will seriously aggravate
tho existing crista duo o the need of
housing accommodations.
"Apparently the Mayor, lias resumed
his blind following of the Comptroller's
lead. In 'so doing In this matter ho
niakca. nn empty gesture of nil his
canned specehon to Jilg commltteo on
housing about finding a way of provid
ing homes. Despite his statement to me
this morning nt the board mooting I am
credibly Informed that his own commit
tee on housing urged that the building
of the court house be delayed for the
reason stated.''
COTTON MARKET.
The cotton market met yesterday In
creased pressure after nn early upturn
of about 20 to ?5 points and reflected
further local bear operations. Tho list
was under the Influence of purely Inside
jpeculatlve conditions, the weather play
Ing only a secondary part. Movements
of July; the spot month, were Irregular,
about 6,000 bales of notices of delivery
being In circulation luring the fore,
noon. On tho whola July was relatively
firm, closing 40 points higher. Through
out the session thero was considerable
buying of July by spot houses, which
also sold that month, and a good deal
of switching of July for October or De
cember. Hang of prlcen
Thure-
Open. High, Low. Last, day.
Jul!' aa-V) 3d.20 3J.60 3H.W-10 M.ftt
August ... 14.45 34.43 34.43 3.1.98 n 34.W
beptember M.l.l N 3.1.40
October ..33.3! 53.47 32.70 32.PS-3.1.02 33.2.1
Novsmbsr ,. 32.23 II 32.60
December .22.01 32.30 .11,01 Sl.H2.M3 m.m
January ..31.58 JI.72 31,00 31,22.2.7 31.W
February .11.00-01 Sl.au
March ...,31.0S, St. SO 30.35 30.73 T 31.00
April . . , . , .... 30.55 N 30.S.1
May ...... 30.65 30.70 30.0.1 30.23 N 30.30
Spots-Local, 41.23: Utvf Orleans, 30.73.
COTTON STATISTICS.
Yesterday. Last Wk. Lat Vr.
Port receipts 5.1S.1 fi.S2.1 5n.92l
hExporta 4,530 851 22.41S
Kxports ttason.. 0,140.410 0,104.890 4,832,041
Now Tork stocks M.D35 38,800 101.375
Port stocks B37.ft20 030.102 1.333.G07
jmerior receipts.
Interior shlpm'ts 8,000
N. Y. arrivals... 13
5,000 7,oon
7,000 14,000
3,071
Liverpool cables; Spot cotton dull at 5
points decline: middling, 2.3Sd. Sales 3.000,
American 2,000. Imports 1,000, none. Ameri
can. Futures opened easy at 18 to 30 points
decline, Closed steady at a net decline of
7 to 32 points. July, 23.87d.i October, 22.37d.;
December. 2l.30d.: January, SO.Ofld.; March,
20.43d, Manchester: Yarns In buyers' favor;
cloths dull nnd easier.
for July
of a
and fortune
THE SUN AND NEW YORK- HBEABD, SATURDAY, JUNE
OIL STOCK SELLERS
HELD IN HEAVY BAIL
J i
Van Iliper Gives 920,000 Bond,
butyls Again Arrested on
l.uckot Shop CJinrtfc.
WANTED IN QUAKER CITY
Jloro Indictments Duo Soon
for Using the Halls for
Fraudulent Purposes.
Twelve of the fifty Individuals In
dicted with oil companion una urokerngc
houces on charges of tmtng the malls to
promote oil slock frauds had been ar
raigned last nlKhl In the United Uhlan
District Court, and one. Lewis C. Van
Hlper, after furnlMtlng $20,000 ball, was
rearrrnled as a fugitive from Justice,
wanted In Philadelphia.
ThomnB W. lAweon, In Boston, denied
yestordny that Van niper had ever
boon his secretary or even was
known to him. "I never Knew Van Hlper,
nnver law him until In court tho othor,
day In tho trial nt flllver cases, have
never bod any business transactions
with him, never saw or know anything
about any of .lie others Indicted, and
never had anything to do directly or In
dlrfctiy with any oil corporation syndi
cate broker or promoter," ha asserted.
Jerome Simmons nnd Henry C. Kelly,
Assistant United States Attorneys, talit
iht thsy expected additional indlcl
mei.ts the flrct of next week Involving
many mere concerns nnd operators. All
tl.cta who appeared In court yostcrday
pleaded r.ot guilty and wero released on
ball ranging from $2,000 to $10,000.
Others are to be arraigned Mon.rtay.
Judge Learned Hand set bat) at
$10,000 for B. X. Dawson, whose office,
Is at 505 fifth avenue and who Is ac
cused of dealing In stuck of the Crown
Oil Company. Alexander It. Orossman
of CroBsman, Shurman & Co., 7 Pino
sticct, was held in $0,000. The Indict
ment agalnat him charges misrepresen
tations concerning tho W. P. Williams
Oil Company. Famuel Ncwhouse, a
salvman for George A, Lamb & Co.,
220 Fifth aver.ue; M. Klein and Charles
Kriedburg, also salesmen, were held In
$2.(00 hall tach, the charges against
tiem being alleged frauds In connection
w.th the Great Wcstorn Petroleum Cor
puratton, Charles R, Morton, John L. McLean,
Ashley L. Holbrook and George A.
Lamb wero required to furnish $6,000
ball each. Tho first three operated the
brokerage house of Curtis, Packer A Co.,
70 Wall street, and dealt In tock or
the Ranger Oil Compan, the Indict
ments allege. Lamb and his brokerage
house specialised In tho arm Western
Petroleum Corporation atook, tho charge
aid.
Van Riper, who marketed Ranger Oil
Company (took, according to the Indict
i inont against him, and who was prel
dent or tha United Seotirltlsi Company,
, had only Just given the $20,000 bond de
j rounded of htm, when Acting Detoctlvo
Sergeant MeKottrlclc and SnydecKer, oi
New Tork headquarters, appeared with
tidings of an Indictment found by tho
County Orand Jury In Philadelphia and
charging him and his son,' Charles E.
Van Riper, 20, With operating a bucket
shop, grand larceny, conspiracy to de
fraud, larceny by balleo and fraudulent
sale of collateral,
Martin W. Littleton, Van Rlper's chief
counsel, had already pleaded vainly with
Judge William I, fJrubfi to reduco the
$20,000 ball, nnd the now arrest, mnde
on telegraphic orders, meant another
bond, Van Riper atscmblod others of
his counsel, Otto A. Olansberg and
Joseph A, Shay, who sought to explain
that the dotectlvos wero superfluous, In
asmuch as Van Hlper Intended to go to
Philadelphia any way nnd nnaww the
charges there. But the detectives per
sisted and Van Riper went to head
qusrtors to bo locked up pending tho
iinivnl of extradition papoia. He was re
leased later, however, on an order signed
by Judge Mclntyro of General Sessions,
ball having been deposited by friends.
OUTLAWS URGED TO
WALK OUT BY I. W. W.
Continued fnevi Pint Pope.
Rallwa men's Association. He said 'i!so
additional defections had occurred In
the yards In New Haven, with Local 20t
of the Brotherhcod of Railway Train
jnen, In that cUy, walking out and tying
up freight movement between New
Ilavon and Springfield on the Hartford
division.
E. O. Rlggs, executive assistant of the
New Haven lines, said only nlnety-flva
men wers out yestorday In the three
New Haven yards mentioned by Mr.
O'Brien and ten men wero out at Merl
dcn. An official statement from the New
York, Now Haven and Hartford road
raid that thirty-one of sixty yard men
and swltchmon ot New Haven wore not
at work. Division superintendents have
posted notices that loss of seniority
rights will be the penalty for Joining the
"outlaw" strike.
Philadelphia's Coat Dwindle.
At Philadelphia, storm centre of the
present ''outlaw" epidemic, there was
little change In the situation, but the
menace of a coal famine loomed larger.
Agnew T. Dice, president of tho Philadel
phia and Reading Railroad, called on the
strikers for a showdown.
"It Is time for all employees of the
Reading who are not at work to declare
themselves," he said In a posted notice.
"Will you work or have you quit the
service? Instructions are being Issued
to the head; of department! to canvass
nil employees and get an Immediate op
pression as to whether they will perform
their duties or desire to leave the service
Immediately."
Tho I. W. V.'. and the '-one big union'1
sroups were said to be Interested In
tho movement for a general strike.
Brotherhood leaders) said the assurance
that the new wage scale would bo retro
active to May 1 precluded the possibility
of a general strike at this time.
Tollowlnp the declaration of William
Fellowes Morgan, president of the Mor
chants Association, that the open shop
fight has been won by the Citizens
Transportation Committee, tho Interna
tional Brotherhood ot Teamsters held
an all day session at SIR West Fifty
eighth street. W",iam r. Kehoe of the
teamsters' union, said a plan ot cam
paign was being worked out nnd would
be Hiinounced at a special meeting of
teamsters' locals next Thursday at the
same address.
When asked If a general strike ot
truck drivers was contemplated Mr.
Kehoe said private contracts would pro
vent general action, but the union did
not intend to "He down" and If a break
comes It would be something more than
a "local" strike.
White general railroad striken and
general teamsters' strikes were being
rumored and denied, the old threat of
a general dock strike cropped up again
yesterday. The fifty-six locals of tho
longshoremen's union will meet at HI
Eleventh avenue to-morrow afternoon
to discuss the waterfront situation. T.
V. O'Connor, International president,
who said Thursday that tho deep sea
dock workers would not Join the mrlkln:-'
coastwise men. will bo present to head
off any move to spread the strike, but
some of the local leaders blleve ho
cannot prevent a general walkout.
At a meeting of the Central Fedrmted
Union last night tho union, acting as
a committee of he whole, pledced sup
port to tho longshore striker.! nnd a
committee was appointed to solicit help.
John P, Riley, chairman of the die.
trlot council ot the longshoremen, said
tho cltliens' committee," even with the
entire pollca' foroe or Now York help-
1 Ing," cannot break the coastwise strike.
Open Shop Plan Deaemncedu
Other leaders attacked William Fel
lowes Morgan for hU open shop decla
ration. Heveral letters were received
from American Legion posts disclaim
ing any bond between the legion and
the merchants' Independent truehln,?
movement.
Col. I A. Molltor'a fleet of trucks
moved 11$ tons of freight from the
coastwise plora during tho day. Reso
lutions from various commercial organ
isations supporting the objects of the
cltlains transportation committee were
received, Including tho Consolidated
Htoek Kxehange. the Southwestern In
dustrial Traffic League of Galveston and
the Associated Importers of Food Prod
ucts, A regular schedule of tariffs was an
nounced by the CItUens Trucking Com
pany. Between tho Battery and Thirty
fourth street the rate Is 15 cents n liun-'
drcd pounds, with Increasing charges
for longer hauls, and a minimum charge
of $1 for n single shipment and $5 for
a truck load.
The New York terminal commltteo
notified the Chamber of Commerce of
the State of New York that drastic
action Is Imperative In connection with
tho accumulation of frolght on. the plera
over tho week end. "Charles T. Qwynn,
secretary of the ehsmbor, la urging mem
bers of the chamber to move freight
Saturday and Sunday during the emer
gency. A decision which should help freight
transportation In this State was an
nounced by tho up-atato room service
Commission. It requIrM tho New York
Central Railroad to provide transport-1
tlon service between the Erie Basin t
Barge Cni public terminal at But-'
faJo and shipper on Its tracks or ship-!
put at other points at which it can
Interchange tratk,
GRAIN MARKET.
The corn markst was wtak at Its out
set yesterday on selling resulting from
fair receipts, good weather and a weaker
tone In the cash markets. Commission
house and bears said freely In the first
few minutes of trading. The feeling
that the present movement will continue
for at least another week prevails.
Weather conditions were declared to bo
perfeet, which will aid crops. Reports
from the experts touring the belt say
that corn Is making good progres,twhlch
ncourages nd htlps the bears.' Cash
corn was weak in Chicago and In the
Southwest Cash wheat broke to 15
cents In Minneapolis, The caiiji market I
and the transportation question rules the I
futures at present, and until some new 1
ractor develops may be expoctea to gov
ern them.
Bhdrts covered actively on the break
and caused a rally of mora thin t cents
from tho day's low point. The break of
tho last two weeks has strengthened the
market's technical position, which has
helped In the upturn, as did the better
tone In tho ctslv market 'n the after
noon of yesterday. With short rovoring
there was considerable buying on fears
of a nationwide railroad strike, which
would tie up grain shipments, Tho'July
delivery of the grains, however, contin
ued weak.
COIIN-In ths local rash marXot 2 yellow
corn, I2.0IU, c, f, New Voik, Jun ship
mint. OATH In Ihe local market 1, S, 3 and 4
white quoted at l.M)fl..'Ml fancy cllppsd
white, ll.n.S; ordinary clipped white, $1,30,
nil elsvator,
ItVIC-Marltct '. No. 2 Western, $2.-UW,
f. o. b N, Y and :.r. e. I. f domestic.
IIAM.KY-Marhet nulct. Feeding, ll.MjJ
1.(10, and malting, 01. 0501, TO, o, 1. 1, N, Y,
IIAY-Markot firm. No. 1, 2.6ft$J2.70! No.
No. 2. tLAOaxOO: No. S, tj2.IHXS2.S3; ship,
ping, 2.0rO2.25,
HTttAW-MarUt quiet. No. I rye, $22W
21 a ton,
W 11 BAT (Including Flour,-Kxport for
tho week, according to Uraditrsst's, aggre
gate A,ti2(,J28 bushrls. against (M2M23 thu
previous wsek and 0,020,oOO last year; aln-o
July 1, 2Tfl,083,fi7, against 400,411,081 last
season, Corn cxporta for the wvek, .'17,1)03,
against 2B,onO a week ago, and 111,200 Inst
year: sines July 1, 4,K3,iV5, against 15,103,
430 last season.
Chicago rrticiJH, .
RYE . TIturs
jprn. men.
214H 21Mi
day.
July ....
Sept
OOP.N
July ....
Bi-Pt
Doo. ....
OAT8
July ....
Hept
Ute
I.AH!)
July ....
(Jcpt
ItlllS
July ....
Berft
POP.K-
2I.1U '.Ml
1631, 184
VIH4
184M
173U 17CU 1T3K Kit; 177
1A7 10SU IfldU 1U7H IU7K
, UVi iW.i H7 150
141)
10211 10.H4 102
10.1
20.23
21,27
103
sou
SUi M'i Mi
WU 8t!i tOH
20.23 20.30 20.20
21.23 21.30 21.22
:o.33
11.32
17.H0 17.1)0 17.S7 17.90 18.(10
19.00 10.00 18.(13 18.07 10.03
.U.20 .11.20 33.(10 .13.1.1 .14.1.'.
July ....
Bspl.
30.10 3(1.10 3.1,110 33.83 110.23
Wheat. Corn.,.
INTRIUOit ItnCKIPTS.
Wheat. Corn.
YrstcrJay ... 843,000 l.OiW.OOO
Last week .. 748,000 1,010,000
Yast year ... 203,000 082,000
SKAHOAHD CLfcAIUNCES.
Flour. Wheat.
Yestorday ... 3,000 200,000
Last ek 30,000 aoa.OOO
Last year 230,000
Oats.
43,0iX
37B,0(I0
753,000
CONSOLIDATED EXCHANGE.
Derplte some disappointment over
rates for call funds, which ranged be
tween 9 and 11 per cent., the general
market tono on the Consolidated Stock
Exchange yesterday was of definite
strength, coppers alone displaying woak
ness. Fair net gains were registered lh
equipments, steals, oils and rails before
tho end of tho noon period, while tho
specialties and motors held at about a
parity lth Thursdays final figures.
COFFEE MARKET.
The coffee market opened yesterday
active, unchanged to an advance of 13
points. July sold up from 13.55 to 14.20,
The market closed with net gains for
the day of S to 18 points. The local spot
market, although firmer, showed no per
ceptible Improvement ,ln demand from
the Interior, although some Inquiry was
reported,
Range of prices:
Open. Itlih.
June
Thurs
dav. 13.07
13.07
M3.88
13.78
11.81
13.81
13.87
IX.Nt
13.0(1
13.02
Low.
13.03
I.nit.
14.1.-.-2.',
U.13-21
14.02.0,1
13.TO-02
13.02- 0.1
13.H.1-0.-,
13.03- 07
13.00-M
14.02.0,1
14.0 -07
lj.OS-10
Julr.
13.85 14.20
Auirust. ,
Kept
October.
Nov
Dec
Janvary
Fib
March...
13.
13.h8
13. M
13.68
13.83
13.88
13.00 13.03 12.88
18.03 13.II3 13.00
April
13.01
13.07
Mil"
. 13.0.1 14.10 13.03
II
Unff f.'ables Hlo was 200 ri'l lower for
7s nt 10td25. Dollar rate unchanged at 4$10O.
Kxchanre 1-32 hlRhr at M W-3;d. ltecrlpts
7.f"0 bags and stock 270.000 batfi.
Hollila In Santos. lUcelpts 12.030 and
stuck l.OW.OOO hags.
Iteselpts at tlm port) r 19.000 bags,
aglnst 20,000 last vear ami .17,000 two ycnin
ago. Hao Paulo had 1I.00U, ucnlnnt 13.000
and 24.000. and Jundlaliy 12,000, igalnst
8.0(10 nnd 21,000 baps.
Cloudy weather was repoited In four dis
trict In Sao 1'aulo and fine In on. with
temperatures ranging from 43 to 81 decrees.
UltAZILIAN COFFEE fi'TATISTKIfl.
Yesterday. LastWk. Last Mo.
N. T. deliveries. 15,431 10,2m 14.M7
N. O. deliveries. 1.340 4.208 7.07.1
Total deliveries. . i,ni n.ii
New York stock. 7(12,071 712,180
N. Orleans stoelt 323,433 117,170
Stock at all ports 1,088.423 870.800
Afloat .Iio.tlnn 720.2011
:2,222
728,412
175,382
004.P31
438,109
Vlslhlo supply... 1,r.00.023 1.000.000 1,3(1.1,154
ust yr 's supply, i.iso.iiu l.wi.iiiu ihs.49
METAL MARKET.
June 24. Jtnif 23.
Hid . Asked. Iilrt. Ailio 1.
Trlme West, July. 7.20 7.K.1 7 30 7..10
Aluminum 32.00 33.00 32 00 33.00
Quicksilver I00OQ .... $00.00
Antimony 7.50 7.7.1 7.30 7.71
riatlnum, an os J83.00 .... JS.1.00
Tl,m finrtf 18.2.1 18.2.'.
Electro con. July 1S.W .... 13.30
Pig tlron, No. 1 X
foundry W.V) 51.03 30.00 31.01
I'Ir Iron. No. 2, x
silicon 40.03 30.0.1 40.05 50.01
Pig Itcn. plain
No. 2, silicon.... 47.80 4S.80 47.S0 48.80
Bess, Iron Tltts 43.00 .... 43.00
Hess, billets ritts 60.00 .... 00.00
OLD METALS.
Dealers' bulne prices are as follows:
Copper Cents a pounds.
Heavy rut and crucible IS.OOflS.W)
Hfavy and wire 14.233I4.7.1
Light nnd bottoms , 12,73913.28
Heavy machinery comp 14.S08)lS-ft
nrass, heavy O.OOfi 10.00
Iirass. light , l.m J-SJ
No. 1 clean brass turnings 0.00 O.OO
No. 1 comp. turnlngi 12.nOffl3.00
zmc scrap 1.309 B.tj
London, June S3. Following aro tho
closing metal quotations:
f. s. d. Change.
Cooper, spot M .1 0 off 1 Oi
Corper. futures sr. 0 0 off 10s
Klec rorper. spot W 0 0
r.lwttlo futures., 101 0 0
Sales, spot 100 Ions; futures, 1,230 tons.
Tin. spot 2 1.1 0 0 of f 12 10s
Tin futures 248 II OofffslOs
Straits 233 u 0 off 12 104
Bales, spot. 50 tons: futures. 40O tons.
lA-ad. spot 31 0 (1 off fl Bs
liad futmes 32 10 off t
llt'er. .pot f 5 J OKIOJ
Bpclter, futures 41 " off 3s
PRODUCE MARKET.
lltlTTEIt-Creamery. higher than extras,
lb.. 599fl9.ic.: extins, 02, scorf, IWHic.: firsts,
no to 01 store, oS'.Sfl.H'tc. : firsts. 88 to 80
rrore, 32 WAV, seconds, 8.1 to 87 score. 40
fi12e.: loner gradiis. 4ltf4.1c; unsnltsj,
lilahcr than extras. G2iC2,4e. : extras. 0014W
ill lie,; firsts, MffSOVM.; efconds, 40,934c.;
Htalo dairy tubs, finest. .',7tf 38c. ; good to
nrlms. 5ia30c.; common to fair. 44W.12c;
vnm-ated, extras. W.lle.: firsts. 48910c;
ladles, current make, firsts, 43I6o.; aec
onds. 41K042C.: lower grades. 4041c.i
packing 'stock, current make. No. 1, 429
42Hc: No. 2. 41c.; lower grades. 37fJ40e.
CIIEESR State, wholo milk, f'rh flate,
colored or whites, lb., 27Jf2Sc.: average run.
2SMfl20Hc: lower srades, 10823c; twins,
fresh specials, 28V4027C.; average run, col
ored or white. 23W0C-! lower grades. 2ua
23c; held, as to duality. 33S20C.; Young
Americas, 3twe2.; daisies. 20J0c.t Uls
eonsln, whole milk, held, twins. Siffl2pcj
Single daisies, fresh, STUfSIUe.: held. 239
20'ic. l douois aaisias, trssn, neaw.; nciu,
2MJ20c; Young Americas, fresh, .llSU'ic;
Btatii skims, frssh. specials, lsmsiflc.l
nrlmo to choice, fair to good. 13
tjlRHc: lower grades, 010c.
EOCS-Fresi gathered, extrss, doxen, 43f
50e.i sttra firsts, 4A04Sc.t firsts, gradsd.
4l(lr43c.; unraded, 41J43c.! seconds and
pocrer, 30340c; dirties. o. r. special tiack
lms. 33H31e.l regular packed. 34SJ33C1
No. 2 end poorer, 2.Mf33ct checks, good to
rl clce. dry, 12031c; Stats, Pennsylvania and
peal by Wsttern. hennery whiles, extras, 50
0?3Sc: extra firsts. 6303.1c; firsts. 5032c;
nathered whites, firsts to vitra firsts, COf?
rfi,i undsrgrsdes, 43048c; PacKIc coast,
white, "xtrss, f,Hf57c; extra firsts, 53331c.
flrls. 500520.; updsrgraries, 48ff48o. : small,
BfWr42c: othnr Western and 8oulhern, gath
rieil whites, 4017500.: State, Prnnsyanla
and nearby Western, hennery browns, sttra,
3lf34o.: salhcrnl broxn and mixed colors,
ni,i,l tstrus, IH-irO)., firsts to cilra firsts.
42048c I
FOULinY. nnKSSKl - vrh Jtl'lfd-.
Turkeys, young and csTI, 48(j30i.; hrnllers,
1U. to 2 lbs, each, tearby, lb., 70973c;
i to 1't lbs. eaeh, oJ?n.V.j Vlrilnla, n.1 .
66c; Western, dry picked, COc: California. I
:26, 1920
Fowls trv naeksd. box. Western,
mill; fod, 310410.) cont ( SMHlc.i barrels.
V.'cstarn, ;3d,i milk fed, barrsls and
kegs, J0fl ISo. i old rooks, Western, rr
packed, 2.V.; sealdod, WiJJIo.i Bouthtrn, dry
packed, smite. Ducks-Long Island, spring,
Sue. gquabs-Large, wlilts, a to 10 lbs., dns
T0l U to 7 lbs,, 14,2.1420
oarw, ai "'
II. 10112. Tur cava fc'raun. Wsstarn. LMtW
Western, old toms. B334c. Chickens-Dry
packed, milk fed, 41iI0c,; corn tetl, 388Mc,
Ducks-Wratern, 2&U32c. llsese, 2dff2Vc.
POULTItY. I4VI5-rowli, light, medium to
heavy, freight, 30o. t colored nnd while Leg
horn, via express, 330370.; broiler, West
orn, Routhern and floulhwsstern, frsUht,
Otic.; Colored and mixed, express, llWilfio.:
white Leghorn, over I )u. each. SStlAQc.i 1
lb. and undtr, each (Oo.; old roosters,
trtlght, 23o, Turkeys, 33o, Durks, 2.1c,
Qrcso, 1HQ2UC. Pigeons, pair, freight or ex
press, flOc. Uulncaa, pair, l.SCi.
LIVE STOCK AND MKAT I'HHT.H,
Common to prima streri, 100 lbs.$12.nofflB.23
Common to cholre bulls, 100 lbs.. H.MV&H.W
Common to choice oown, 100 Iks,. .I.noif 12.73
Common to prime veals, 100 lbs.. 13.0oil8,H0
Common to prime alitfii (ewts),
100 lbs.' I (1.3030X0
Common to prime lambs, (00 lbs. 1(l.00fllt.00
I.lvs hogs, iou Ri lO.i'.JtlT.M
Dressed beef, steer tides, lb,... 2Wf30c,
City diecsed veals, lb 22ir2Sf.
Dresred mutton, lb , 1IO20c
Drcsiiid lambs, lb :Sff37c.
Not flnl.sldlnry of Sfnndurd OIL
Tho Corn Products Refining Com
pany, which was Indicted in common,
with Charles V. Murphy nnd others by
tho Kxtraordlnary CIrand Jury last
Tuesday, Is not, as was erroneously
stated in tho Thursday morning report
of Tub Sun and New Yonie Herald, "a
subsidiary of tho Standard Oil Com
pany." Liverpool Cottnu Mfatlstlcs,
Liverpool, June 2. Weekly Votton
statistical Imports, 30,000 bales, Amer
ican 30,000 ; utock,. 1,082,000, Amorlcan
785,000; forwarded, 07,000, American
4P.000; ocporta, 11,000; saleB, 16,000,
American 12,000. Quontlty afloat, 114,
000 bales, American 60,000 bales.
Business Troubles
ASSIONMBNTH.
JIarry .Taffo, Jobber In silks, 413 Fourth
avenue, has asslgnsd tor the benefit of
creditors to Marcus IMfand, 320 Hroadwny.
Jo4ph rirlnkman, trading as Samuels,
dealing In cloaks and suits at 59 Division
street, assigned yesterday for the benefit of
creditors to Morris Israel.
MANHATTAN.
Judgments.
Ths following Judgments were filed yester
day, the first name being that of tho debtor;
Adler, Louis or LudwU-H. Bloom. 3M.0t
Avedon, Wllllam-L. Korlafh Pas
try Shop & Hestaurant, Inc CG3.D1
American Ity. Exp. Co, J. Kul-
path 100.00
lloyd, Maxim B.-J. V. Campbell.. 830.2')
Poyne, Prank J.-W. M. Uarrctt... 101.10
lluckman, Kammls Standard OH
Co. of N. Y IM-JO
Conroy, Therta-K. M. Sherwood... 370.13
Costro, Joseph-Nat. Surety Co.... 5,741.50
Uavies, Dora, or Dora Lis or Dora
D. LIs-W. Cohen 44.1.41
Derner, Louis M. Aucr et al 223.41
Do Lopold, Ludwlg A. 11. de Leo-
Sold; costs 'S'iS
gar. Dr. Thomas W.-P. T. Huff. 283.00
ElcUner. Kthel and Nathun-M.
JSlehner !10'0'
Faulkner, Mario D., or Mrs. It. J.
Kaulltn'r-M. J. Steinberg Hat. &
Fur. Co 3.. .00
Ferlu, John-First Nat. Uanlc of
Pdughkecpalo, N. Y 320.51
Farrlngton. Oeorge A. J. Marko-
wits et al ?8 .54
Cray, Jnmes A. L. Sanders....... 101.70
Cilckmon, David, and France Ma-
eon T. Prince -u.li
Gregory. Jameit (Auto Sales Ouar, .....
Co.) CI. Molhamo .I3..0
Gibson, Ileatrlco P.-Peckham Co..
Inc Iu81s
Henderson. Ludwlg H.-Acme Lum-
her & Moulding Co., Inc. , rSJ'!
Holzhauser, Herman K. Schollng.. I,o02.78
InterborouKh Ilapld Transit ns.
Co.-F. Daer 3,l31.bj
Israelson. Harr' W. (Iconomy Silk
MIlls).-J. Mortnar et al. .!-;
Knee, l.ouls-J. Trachtenberg. . . . 27.;0
Kenny. Thomas-11. n. ltubln..... JIj-O
Ubor. Samuel and Henry-J. Tel-
man et al 1.W8.3S
Llndenberg.. Leo-Century Leasing
Co., Ire... i.u
Laudesman. Louls-Fldeltty and
Casualty Co. of N. Y. ........... . 1,018.40
Levey, Bernard-U. . Van Der
Water ct al 520.0j
Mahony, Daniel J.-A. A. Sarafan.. 231.50
Martin, Cllntoir S.-L. U, Slmmonds
rt 01 ("2. 30
Moron, Chas. A.-nrooks Bros,. . . . 213.40
Marshall, John B.-Chcmlcal Ell-
graving Co U4..0
Morse. Benjamin W.-S. J. Bern-
stein im0
Metals Chenflcal Corp.-A. W.
Tedcaster ot al, ,4'!'t,,
Mirror Films, Inc.. Lambert Him
Corp.. Clifford B. Harman and
Hnrry Lambert-B. It. Gornto.. 7,823.30
Nat. Oil Lease Development Co.
Ilumblo Oil & rteflnlnu Co 2,203.92
Neuwortli, Benjamln-P. Wright:
costo 21'
Neuworth, Jennie-Same; costs.... 107.29
Nat, Statistical Bureau, Inc.-W.
A. Thorn 320.70
0. & 8, Dress Co., Inc.-Prpmcnade
Press & Costume Co., Inc...... 1,803.10
Powdcrly. Oeorge Best Co ,8?-:
Porta Hilt Co.. Inc-G. C. Hector.. 203.20
Fame-II. E. Griffin. ............. , ?.20
Koacnwcln. Matilda-It. lllrsch.... L483..0
Solomon, .Tack-M. Goodwin........ 431. .8
Bnmth, Benson Pure Cana Jlo-
lasses Corp '.S2.J
Slcgcl. Paul-It. GoldberB. W2.35
Somper. Maury B. M, Welnslock. . 111.1.20
Phornfeld, Jacob SI. Davidson.... i74.00
Hclorllno. Uluseplie and Flllpp"-
ltalo American Flour Co., Inc.... ..iO.Cj
Silverman, Sam-Advance T.ubber
o , l.i .30
Steele. J. Neveth, Jr.-O. Cono.... 1,388.38
ScbwarU, Joseph, and llarry K.
Kultter (Schwa rtt Sultser) L.
Gllckman !87-27
Same fame ..c... ...... 692.77
Union of Orthodox Jewish Congre
gation of America Davidson
Press, Inc 437.40
Valtcy. Lucettc M. Karger 217.89
Wenger, Poul-A. B. Leach A Co..
Inc 0,189.10
Wlshnofskl, Isracl-M. Bonn et al.. 1.039.M
Zcllor. Samdtl-L. Sieitel et al 420.Oa
BIIONX.
llrenner. Slax-J. Malfn'di 00.72
Plrkholx, I'raderlek-HIgh Ground
Dairy Co i 1,02.8.1
Collins. Wllllam-A. Golden........ 23.23
Moumourls 4t Calomlris, In .-S.
Mosoahladea ?0j,!a
ISs'.nTam Wllilain-cVty o't'li.' Y.' .' .' .' 3 IS.OI
Hpodek, SIorrl-4.lKantor......c... 2..'43.jO
banner. Harry-City of N. Y..f . 4.10.10
Wclnbauni, Samson-Unlverslty bo-
cley. Inc , ; 41.01
SATISFIED JITDGMENTS.
MANHATTAN.
The first name Is that of the debtor, tho
second that of the creditor and date when
Judgment was filed:
Jlonshekran. Edward-P. Solomon;
Feb. 19, 1919 J3.043.00
Edwacd Grlbbon A Sons, Ltd. Con-
tio 4 Co.; Juno 24. 1020 0,700.73
Hentgl. Solomon, and Isldor Hlrsch
j. E. Murray: March 20. 1010,. 013.71
Guggenheim. Siegfried and Emma
B. J. Orossman; May 15. 1920.. 422.80
Burrows, Walter P..-T. F. Qulnlan;
Fob. 4. 1920 e U.0I8.C1
Bchults. Arthur-M. M. Kchulls;
Drll 23, 1020 15I BJ
CoUbcrB. Nathaniel M.-P. J.
Covcrdalc; Juno 22. 1920 (can-
celled) 3,412.20
Bnllrin. Buwern. Italian Press Pub.
Ass'n. Inc-P. Albino; April 2. '
ttco 21.40
Bbenarn It'alty Co.. Iic.-Meyer
Drncker SInrara Co.; June 30,
1017 "02s41
Ja.oblna. Phllln J.-. L. Spellman
et al.; Nov. 21. 1011 140.13
Kcnllworth Holding Co.-II. Fried-
man; April 19. 1010...... 100.00
Lewis, Sleycr. and John Nemecok
People, c. ; June 0, 1020 2,300.00
Gallant, Albert E. M. Hoykendorf;
July 23, 1010 1.090.05
Slasters A Co.. Ltd.-SI. E. Apple-
' baum. Inc; June 14. 1020 2,300,00
flame Same; June 14, 1020 2.323.00
Caskoy. Adclbert W.-J. M. WI1I-
son; Anrll 17. 10J0 131.80
PowtU's Brookway Fltihugh-Stcw-
art, Inc; June 18, 1020 (vacated) 3,043.73
BRONX.
Knspper, Bophls A. Ilemliart; July
2.1, 1910 1107.72
Fire Record
A. M. Loss.
12:05 LIS Lafayette si, Amorlcan
Brass and Copper Company... Trifling
1 :tJ-;'M 11th av.; Erie Rollroad
Co , . . . . .Unknown
3:00 .138-338 Delancey St.; united
Htatra Cabinet Co Trifling
3;13-!i-0 W. JTlh St.; George Alex
ander Slight.
8:25 M Buchanan pi,; Thomas
O'Kcefa Untinown
0..V, 2t!i ft. and 1st av. : autornu-
bile, Tuny Curs . ,.;0fi
10:15-2S Broadway; Perhjutt A
Co. ..Unknown
P.M.
I;0."r-Ui: Amsterdam av.; James
twees? Wight
RESORTS.
New 'England,
MADISON BEACH HOTEL
HWiiou-on-Uut'Sonnd, Ccnntcticut,
OPENS JUNE 23rd
Dir,ectly on the beaoh
Rooms en suite and with private bath.
Thetnostnotedoulilnaontho
Connecticut hpre. Ono minute
walk from ths new Golf Links.
Booklet on Request
Massachusetts.
HOTEL ASPINWALL
LENOX, MASS.
High and Cool in tho UorhtMrts
A nOTEL OF DISTINCTION.
NOW OPEN. ELEVATION I.40O FEIST.
Dsstrabls Cotlases with Hotel Service.
HOWE & TWOltOOKIt. Managers,
Winter re-sort, lrlnees ITetel, Wermnda.
FALMOUTH ARMS
Falmouth, Mass.
RIGHT ON BUZZARDS BAY
A Summer Hotel of the Highest Class.
Illustrated Booklet. K. W. BOVCB. Mgr.
BLACK IMM'K HOUHI5. No. L'ohastet. Maas.
Catering exclusively to the tery best. Booklet.
Vermont.
rrro Varatton Books t "The Green Moun
tains of Vermont," "Lakes of Western
Vermont," "Lakes of Eastarn.. Vermont,"
"Hotels and Hoarding Houses,'" "Summer
Horn 's In Vermont Writ. VEIIMONT
PUBLICITY llUBKAU. MONTPELIEB. VT.
Connecticut.
ELMAY HOUSE
yVoodrnont-on-thc-Sound
Connecticut
Re-opens June 21st
An Ideal spot to spend a vacation. Large,
cool rooms, spacious verandas overlooking
tho water, city conveniences. Plenty of fresh
vegetables and sea food, home Tnado bread,
pastries, etc. Boating, bathing, fishing.
Seashore and country comblnod. Limited
number of cucsts. Chrll Inns only. Booklet.
0. W. POrtTEIl, Prop.
Long Island.
GardenCity
Hotel
Garden City, Long Island.
An cicluslve American plan hotel wlrt an
a la carte restaurant for moiorU!.
Naunelm Datlu.
EsttCent lMIoio Cell Csune Free to Gussts
frequent electric trains fro-n 1'onn. Statloa
J, i. LANNIN CO.. Props.
ENTIRE BLOCK
OCEAN FRONT
ITn.Al , ... - r nlnn.
Modern. Private JjC.
Uaths
class'
la car I
Hestaurant. Moder
ate prices. Orchestra.
Danctnc. Opens June '.'Oth.
WINTKItl'KI.D. PltOI. I
HOTEL PRINCE
On the Ocean Front, Arverne.L.l.
LAItGEST AM BEST
AMEltlCAN AND EUltOIEAN PLAN
NOW OPEN
Telephone Belle Harbor 800.
Hotel BRIGHTON
LONG BEACH, L. I.
AN EXCLUSIVE AMKBICAN PLAN HOTEL
Directly on BoardwKlk.
Hotel Bus Meets All Trains.
Phono Long Beach 201.
THE JEFFErtSON,
Under new management,
on Great South Bay.
Hates, 120 per week.
Week-end parties accommodated.
J. J. BUCKLEY.
ItOCKAWAl BEACH To lat for tho reason
furnished flat (new), four rooms, kitchen
ette, all conveniences: convenient to ocean
and bay. In strictly prlvato family (Gentile).
Apply 329 North Beach Bilth st.
New York.
ADIRONDACKS
grand View Hotel
LAKE PLACID. N. Y.
NOW OPEN. r Extensively Improved; finest
electrical equipment: running water: private
bathrooms; elevator; orchestra; dancing.
FUBNISHllD COTTAGES FOR KENT.
All outdoor Adirondack diversions Circular.
M. B. MARSHALL. Mgr., Lake Placid. N. Y.
PAIL SMITH'S HOTEL
ADIRONDACK MOUNTAINS
ALL BOOMS WITH TBIVATE BATH.
Completely fumlihtd cottages and nearby
housekeeping camps along the St, Kegls
chain of I-akrfl.
Excellent State Auto Highways In all di
rections. Address
PAUL SMITn'fl HOTEL COSIPANV.
PAUL SMITH'S. N. Y. M. F. Whelan. Mgr.
UNITED STATES HOTEL.
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N, Y.
IJ3LAXU STKRRY.
Ofthe Breakers, Palm lleaeh.
SUNSET PARK INN.
HAINES FALLS. N. Y.
New Jersey.
ON THE BOARDWALK
The New Columbia
BRLMAR, N. J.
STjrEItBI.Y LOCATED FACING THE
SKA) ItaCOSSTRUCTED AND
REFURNISHED THROUGHOUT.
orENS JUNE 20TH.
PRIVATE BATH HOUSES; BWI1I
MING POOL: GOLF, TENNI8 AND
YACHT, CLUBS IN PROXIMITY.
Under the New Management of
CnARLRH V. MUltl'IIY.
OP THE LAUREL HOUSE,
MKRWOOD.
HOTEL PANNACI
A high class hotel In every respxet.
Cool, Roomy facing the octan.
LONG BRANCH, N. J.
Excellent culslue. Suites with pri
vate baths. Tennis.
The Ideal Summvr Home.
G. PANNACI, Prrni.
Tel. Long Branch 3)1.
THE BUENA VISTA
BEUIAR. N. J.
Of new concrete construction and refurnished
at cost of 00,000. Luxurious suites, 2, 3,
4 rooms, bath and phones; hot and cold
watsr In all rooms: rapacity 300; very ci,
elusive patronage. 12th season.
O. Willi Leonard.
BEijLtt!. jhe CARLETON.
&Ji front: Vr m U.
single, II8-8B3 2 In room. W. II. BTOYLE.
.4
4rA
7i" " V"'! recovering your lot! property. r"
BESOMS,
New Jersey,
4
i
ALAMAG
IN-THFi-MOUNTAINS
MT, AKL1NCTON, N, J.
ON LAKE IIOPATCONtr
NOW OPKN
Coir n.lilm - Eerj Retreeilwe
lAMKII LATZCELLAft CAFK
Nested HouoUln llnoit to tin York
MACK LAU CO.
1
HVIonmouthBeach
Inn and
MONMOUTH
Cottages
BliACII. N. J.
A'xcIusIdo I'amilu old
fin thtt Amrrlrnn Plan.
I A In Carte eeafnurnnf for TourMt,m
I The table Is a soeclal feature only fresh I
i vvgi'iapies xrom our own sarusn imi.
Flno enlmmlng pool, tennis, etc.
Rates 17 nnd tin ner day.
ll!Sjjilllsailu;BiilljlB3il:slllll'lll:'H:illHii!lls3J!ffl.
THIS T1IEV1SAN. DEAL BKAtH, N, tL
Eur. & Am. Plan, with bath. Adjacenj I
alt amusements; reasonable. Kic, table.
Astmry Parti, Vl
BRUNSWICK
Tho Leading Hotel In Kvery Respect.
MORGAN & I'AIISONS, JVopL.a
Asbury Park if
THE LAFAYETTE ,
Asbury Park; excluslvo patronage; beautiful
suites with prlvato bnthronms; also bachelor
apartments, with tub ahonsr and needie
bathrooms; season rates; white service.
M. H. VROST A HON, Owners nnd Manager?.
ANBURY PARK. ' H
A Metropolitan Resort City on tho eoesr.
50 mil's from New York. Delightful durtJ
May and Juno. Address Municipal Informa
tion Bureau for hotel literature.
HAVIiNMVOIID INN,
Delightfully situated on Sunset Lake. Chris
llan management and patronage. Booklet,
C. B11A7.EH. Oivner-Manager.
HOTELCOLUMBIA 4
Asbury Park, N. J. Capacity 400. Ocean front
Booklet, W. HARVEY JONES. Owner MST,
Atlantic City.
ROYAL PALACE
CHOTELsCOTTACiES.
rvTks Beadv Atlantic city.n
CONVEKIENTTOALL AHUSEPltfl lb
ScaDalhs. UKtHitdu?n .Urchatr
Capdty600. Opea all the rear
"Coolest nnd Moil Attr.icllte iivatlanU
HOTEL ESPLANADE
WHOLE BLOCK ON OCEAN 1'RONTvJ
i!otc:i to Sovereign Aves., In sxctustvg
.neiecH Pi'ciiaii. lueni I'nuiuy iiiiiri, - ,
Capacity r00: fresh and sea water hatKeY
private and public; also every complete ap
pointment: modern hydro-thernpeutlo depart
ment; (1.000 feet ot'plasra overlooking Board
walk and Ocean: Orchostra; dancing; ain
bus meets trains: hookUt; ownership direc
tion, W, F. SHAW. m
ii
ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. U
I AivAmer lean. PlBa Hotel, i
ofDislmdimandlU'alComlort?.!
capacity coo. HraRerS.BeaMt
3.50 up Dally. Spocial Veekiy. Amer. IMiflu
ELBESION
fflr.,r,.,,l' AlllirX. 'luillicuara AV ,11 tSCO,
ft FlrcpniiiV Aiiii-x. 'lerii.euyu
Spip?SK"chu
RUNNING WATER IN All ROOMS
BEST LOCATED POPULAR-PRlCEUUOXEIs
NETHliRLA NUS aVT
NEW YOIIK AV. Bathing Privileges from Hotel
Capacity 400. Elevator, private baths, run
ning water In bedrooms. Dance Floor. Noiy
Features. American plan (with meals),
S3.S0 up daily. I17.M up weekly. i!
AUGUST RUHWADEL. Proprietor. H
Let us make you feel at hem In tlx1
'City of Robust Heaip"
Hotel Morton
Ocean End Virginia av,
Elevator, private baths.
Capacity q.-,0,
always upen.
Ac.!
-CONTINENTAL -
T.r,. ... TI....U Al -2
...bb ... tiv-. &wuv,. , I a wirvuf;
Private baths, runnlnp water In rooms r
elevator: excellent tablo: white servtcaT
American plan. 14.00 up dally; special
weekly rates. Booklets. Garage.
M. WALSH DUNCAN.
TUr iftiti vcums
a -I IS- I S SIU 9
Vlrilnla av. and Beach.
Capacity S3.
Private baths, running water, elevator. Ac.
Amer. plan. Special Season rates. Booklet.
SAMUEL ELLIS. Owner. N.J.COLLINBJggr,
HOTEL BOTHWELIa
Virginia Ave., recond hosa from Boardwalk
apd Steel Pier. Every appointment.
High standard In eulilne. ft service. Booklff.
HOTEL MAJESTICtt1.!?:
elevator.
nrlvala I...I,. ....,.' "Sfl
.rv'M "V. . T";,, Anr. pian. g3.naessi
dly. Bptclalwkly. 13th season. M. A. SHmC
i -
Ocean Grove.
THE SHELBURNE
New,, modern hotel; hot and cold runnls
water every room; private baths. Ocean rutS.
way facing park and ocean. V. C. HAYN189
SEASIDE HOTEL.
Directly on 0cen front. All guest 'rooms.
Overlooking sea. CHARLES STOOKtOnT
n 1 1 F F N Directly on Ocean Frost. "
Spring Lake Beach,
"-THE ALLAIRE Jl .
Spring Lake Beach, N. J. On tha oowa' ,
front. Capacity 200. MAUD C. II0UIE3? -
Wlldwood.
DORSEY
Capacity IM). Private bath!
JAMES E. tVIIITRSPI.l. '
J
Pennsylmnlo.
THE KITTATINNY -
DELAWARE WATER GAP, PA.
The leading and most modern hotel et'
this famous region. Capacity 000. Golf,
tennis, saddle horses, fishing, bathing,
orchestra: American plan; also a la
carts restaurant ami grill. Booklet, auto
maps and terms upon request, JOHN
PURDY COPE,
MOUNTAIN LAKE HOUSE
Boating, fishing, etc.: own produce. Boflic
let. JAY HUFFMAN, East Stroudsburg, Pa.
R. D. 2.
i r--
MOUNT PLEASANT HOUSE,
Mount Pocono, I'a, Private baths: frttj
garage. . W. A. H. M. LEECH..
Canada. J'
' r
".'Li.'? 5" bsupfosss-awir o Iks nerts-rssthi.
l4sMattd,sisec-ivU)aJror Muiksks Uli.t. Then.
fetal
good food loif.ctc Cnnr
roomafltcdrsi. A.rn.
mnd.linn in J., .
BMUet. Reysl Mulels P.O.. UV. Rmhss. Osl.
Delightful Vacations in Canada
Along Canadian National Railways. -Ask
F. A. YOUNG, Gen. Agt., 1320 Woolwoiill
Blda., New York Rltr.
.tit AiIfrrfMemenf in the I.o
I r ' TlW UA' -VO "V
j YOflK IIEHALD Offers a real pojsiliiljrj 'j
k
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