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THE SUN AND NEW YORK ftERALDf THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1920.
V 15
Willys-Overland
The third largest manufac
turer of passenger can, and
an Important factor In form
Implements and airplane in.
dustries.
A special report covering
this company's activities,
current earnings, financial
position and future possibili
ties may be obtained free
upon request.
Atk for S-190
Kohler Bremer & CO.
STOCKS -BONDS
urvjvn orru
vrWvosiu
Sdkwjway M :
Wo offer subject
350 Revere Motors 7
Dlrut Wire) to
Piilshnh, Chtcato, Utlroll.
JohnV.Dunne&Co.
44 Broad St. New York
rrifplorw Broad lS9i
REPORT OKTIIK CONDITION OF THK
H.BERARDINI STATE BANK OF N.Y.
,t the ctae of business on the 30th day of
June. iiKSOUltCES.
Itortf i'l bowl Investments, vis
public securities
Prlrats securities
leans a1 discounts secured by
bond and mortdiHC deed or
other real estate collateral
Loins, discounts and Ml s pur
not secured by collateral
Dae from aprroted
riennsltarle.
leu amount of offsets S33.000.00
S204.393.44
107.728.49
51,310.8
2.C13.13
174.(1709
n fmm trust, rom-
p,nlM, banks am
kalers not Included
la preceding Item .
(ii2r currency authorlird by the
Usof the. Lnllod States
Csrttllctt s of Indebtedness
tlher aswt. tit--
iccrued Interest not
entered on books at
iIim of business on
alwtedate Si.7i0.00
600.S71.09
I80.2O
4O.009.7O
300,000.00
8,760.00
Total S1.372.4J5.89
MAMLITIUS.
Capnal stocli S130.000.00
'SS'nhw f and . .. S6JO.000.00
I'Drthtded profits . . 37.270.4J
IHpOslH
!M preferred, as follows:
Deposits subject to
casfi S143.S23.31
Bepielt -tltbdra"--atleonlyon
presen
tation of pits-books 141,271.00
Certified checks. 120.00
Due trust companies
backs and banters . 249,233.47
Total deposit!
677,370.43
Account payable . . . .
Othfr liabilities, vlt .
lletertes for taxes,
eipenKi, etc. . .
C3sTl
542,473.87
a.073.20
3S.51
Total
. .'.11,372,433.89
July 14th. 1020.
To the Common Stockholders of
SOUTH rOKTO ltlt'O 310 Alt COMPANY)
At their special meeting held In Jersey City
on July 1st. the stockholders approved
aid i a tlfl? J the proposed Increase of the
common stock of this Company to S12.J00,-
(CO, and the appropriate amendment of Its
Amended certificate or incorporation; tne
ttrtlfleau required by law to effectuate such
ttnaie of stock has been filed In the office
! the Secretary of Stale of New Jersey.
At a mectlnc ol the Hoard or Directors
tild this day, the Board adopted resolutions
potldinj for the transfer from "Reserve for
V'crklrg Capital and improvements" account
ti 'Common Capital Stock" account Of
l'.M:.00 (In order to capitalize a part of
t',8 timings of the Company Invested tn
fit La Romana. Suear faclorr and other
iTproveir.ents and derelopmefit) ahd the full
Wment of W.028 shares of the nw com
t -n ttoc!c tlieroby. The Hoard also adopted
r-wlutlcns providing for the distribution of
nld shares of new common stock
M-psid and non-assessable) to tha corn
cm stockholders, pro rata (one share of
r Itftelr fnp :?h hut- nnw nut(ilfldln
iich dlilrlhutlon to be made on August Oth.
US, to common stockholders of record ori
Jjly !lth. 1020.
certificates for l i s new s oc:c ni l be
ruled to s'pckhnlders on or abdut August
in, i'.". and eaio stock "in carry aividenas
f.r the current quarter, beginning July 1ft,
ircn. and ending September 30th, 1020. .
question T in bo mane for we inline:
f this new stock on the New York Stock
EKharee. I
The mmmnn ttnlr leAtirt hnAltk will rn
t tled.
By order of the Hoard of Directors: T
I. it. WELTY, Treasurer.
tnjIENS C.W COMPANY OP ECDIAX-
Tlrat and I'.ffundlnir JlortfSie.
Cnnranr. rrlman- Trustee under the First
ad Itefunrtlnc Mortcaje of Citizens Oas
Company of Indlanapolls.datd July 1, 1912,
J? Eankers Trust Company and the Union
iru Company of Indianapolis, Trustees,
Weh to apply the sum of ls.4rf.34. how
"id I In the sinking Fund, to the purchase
e V"'.1 "'funding Sinking Fund Hold
Bonds of Cltlsens Oas Company Of Indlin
I!1' I'sued under such mortgage, at a
: U .J" "ceedlng par, accrued Interest
vlvJ ,0 I1lnl:,,'' Trust Company of such
o at a prleo not to exceed par. accrued
j.erest and S" premium, which offers shall
'tor all or any part of the bond so of-
irrrrj,
All Offer! mnat Km IH ...t.J .--.I
!.n,. d ;,",,Vfrtl to HAnkftrs Tfuit Com-
CU&B MASEEI,
The aeislon tn curb stocks yesterday
ws a moderately active affair tn wnlcn
prices moved over an irresular course.
Buying by Insiders was evident In sev
ers! quarters, while In others small early
advances were followed by profit taking
and professional pressure. Tlv list In
cluded a smaller number of issues, but
activity was fairly well tcAttarerf and
was heaviest In the early part of the
session.
Rights to subscribe to the new Na
tional city Bank stock were Introduced
to the market After opsnlntr at 100
they fell 16 points on the exchango of a
little more thti too rights. Anna Ex
plosives Advanced almost a point to Ita
hlchest level In considerable time on pur
chases by Insiders. American Brake
Shoe and Foundry lost Its previous day's
nOvanoc
In tlrif oils there, was no definite trend.
Qenoral Asphalt was well bought In the
morning, but closed almost 2 oointH oft
from Its hljrh, whtlo Salt Creek was high
er, r ensiand Oil wag firm and National
Oil of New Jersey moved a fraction for
ward, union Oil of California gained 3
points. v
Trading In domestic and foreign bonds
included many Issum, but little change
resuueu except in one or two German
uovernment obligations, which moved
lower.
Total tales and ranca of 'nrlre. fnl.
low:
INDUSTRIALS,
High. Low. Last. Chfe.
-oai .. in
2$S Aetna Explos.. 11
WO Am DBF,.., BO
SCO Am Chain 'AM0.1
ri(K Am Candy.... v.i
100 Am Chicle ... 40
100 Am Chicle of. 0
M Ilorden Milk.. 10211 loau 10:
iiorden M"k of 83 9 o
14 i - i
CO
14
Id 27
Sales.
2H
10i
ra
ita
Tli
40
60
101
Mt.
103
40'1
r.tt
Ha
500 Kulok Carb,.. 11U
JSJCar Light .... 2
100 Caracas Sugar 37 U
5S2 Er Sup 1?
SOO col Kmerald.. 71i 7
JOO Empire Tube. 8'4 i
100 EmplM flteel,. s !s
IJSJ Kmp Steel pf. 70 70
,S0O Firestone Tire.148 147
1000 Gardner Mot., 27i 27
J38 98n Ath." 7
lorn aen Tractor... a! u
,i5i? wartaith.. i.i is
1O0O Orape Ola ;u jii
1200 Orape Ola pf.. 3(1 ;-i
Spo Ouantanamo it 2.1V 2311
POO Hercules Paper 28 2n,
300 Hfj'den Chem.. 3
f 00 Hock V Prod.. 7'i 71,
100 HydraulM Steel .Wi 30
100 Hydraulla S pf 77 77
200 Indian Packing H 8ii
100 Llgget-Int A.. 101 101
SOO Mfg Light 51 50',
230 Natl C Ilk rts.100 83
400 Natl Vanadium 1i m
23 N Jersey Zlno.107 10U
looo No Am raper. 7H IK
4750 Perfection Tire 2i 2
700 Itadlo Com,... 15 1U
SOO Itadlo Com pf , 2i ll
2(X) tulnllr Motors Ssu 3fl
200 Itepub T Rub. . 2U 2
T50O R J Itegnolds D 40 39
400 Roy de Prance. 31 3
5 Singer Mfg...1M 128
100 Stan Parts... 23 23
2100 Bub float 12t, 12
COO Times 8q Auto. 33 H 32U
100 U 8 It 8 Tool. 31 31
Jiioo u s stesm... su 21,
2300 Un Ret Can.. 14 14
200 Willys Corp.. 1SH ISt,
100 Woodw Iron.. COil 50U
B1A.M1AUII UIUM.
10 S Oil of N Y.303 SS3 393
INDEPENDENT OILS
r, 4
47 1X1
IB -
$.1
18Ji W
ooU -
1550 Cortex flit.... 41 .
MOT Cresaen Ooid. ijv
2500 Dlvitfe Eit...f 27
400 Dundee Aria., U
E1 Salvador.. 1
0OOEmnla 11.... 7
.800 Eureka Oroe, M
1830 0olden Oats.. H
aooooeid cons,...t,io
lopooold Devil.. t 7
1000 Uold Kewana.t 1
1300 Oold Merger. l
12MO0ld,BII Plek.t 0
MOOflold Zone....t 14
::6o Grsit, nr,d...j i
700Heer.. Mining. 4
2200Jemto Exten.t 8 .
1000 Knoi Dlrlde..t 5
5552 La Koe Mln.. fl
2000 Louisiana Co. K
BOO McKlnley Daif DO
.MOMoNam Crs.. U
1000 Marsh Mlnlngf it
2730 Mason Valliy.. 2
1000 Mothertode ,.tB7
100 Molherlodis n. Mi
roo Mttr Mnrldret 70
inoo North Star. ...t 5
800 ophir silver.,.. ' ,',
304 Prince Con V,
2000 Rex Cons t 7
1000 RorJj Mines...! 10
4300 Roper Oroup... f,
4760 San Toy t 5
20300 Rll K of Aril.t 87
270O All King Dlv..t 3
200 Blmon fill L... 'in
tOO Rt Croix Mines 1H
200 8 Silver Lead, u
1000 Success Mln..,t 5
10M Tono Relmont.. Ill
3700 T Cash Boy..t fl
8200 Tono Divide,... IA
1030 Tonopah Wxt... li
150O Tono Jim Bul.t IS
1000 Tono Midway.! a
1000 Tono Mining... 1U
2200 Tono Mltpah..t 13
1000 Tono MoM....t 10
3000 Tono Res Eu.t 13
1300 IJ 0 ConllnVl.t 7U
1S00 United Eastern 211
2100 Virion- t
300 West End 0... 1A
11300 White Caps..t 10
1000 White 0 Ext-.f 1U
Itmowilbert .. .7.1 4
1200 Terrlngton ...f 2
IBells cents a share. "Odd lots.
BONDS.
$14000 Allied rack (Is. 70
i.iam iei ns. -sr.
1000 Am Tel tie, '24. M!
13000 Ang-A Oil THl. 09'
2100i) Armour 7s 6Y
ivpwi inter it T 7s..
10000 Sinclair 0 7!is
2fOOOTexai (1o 7s...
VOOO West Else 7s,. 9S
FORKION BONDS,
utaisf lie run ss z)tt v.i
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PAW S1 Paik 4- V,
0711 OS ..
14000 Bremen 4Us... 27 27
10000 Dresden 4s.... 20 20
5000 Dresden 4Hs.. 2JH 2!i
fOOO Essen 4S 20 20
53000 Frankfort 4s.. 27 27
S000 fit Berlin 4s. .. 41 "t!
132000 Hamburg 4'Js. T. 24Vi
waasj L.eiptig shs ... rn' zn
10T00 Nuremburg 4s. 231 2a;
20000 Russian fls... 28 23
20000 Swedish O's.... S4V St
3000 Swiss 5H's ... 84 St
33000 Sucar 4s ..... 27 20
lfOOOO Vienna 4s 8t( 7',,
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META1 MAEKET.
July 14.
Bid. Aelcad.
Spelter, prime
West, aiis 7.80 8.00
Aluminum 52.00 38.00
Ou.ckMl.er (00.00
Antimony 7.37V. 7,'i-JH
July 13r
Hid. Asktd.
7.80
32.00
1.03
33.00
0.00
.t 28
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1ES00 Allied Oil
3400 Anne Belief.
1400 Arcadia Oil
100 Atlantic Oulf
300 Arkans Nat O. 13
8200 Ark N Oas rts IS
200 Big Heart.... MU
3700 Boone on su
0000 Boston Wyom, lri
loocarib Bynd... 17H
lOOCosden & Co.. 71,
53O0Cnlhlng Pet., ,1k
400 Dominion Oil, luU
100 DUqtlt-snd .... 4
100 Elk Beln Pet 7H
2200 Engineers Tet. m
looo Esmeralda Oil A
1000 Federal Oil .. 2H
looo Fenslknd 14U
SOOGIIIIIand Oil.. 3$
lOOnillll'd Oil pf.. 8014
400 (llsnrock Oil... ii
r.ooorenada Oil... 13
500 int retroi 34' i
100 Kar Co Ois... Hi
1000 Lance Creek.. U
MKil.lvlntst pet.
lOOManhal Oil...
700 Maracalbo Oil. 27H
iOOMerrltt Oil,... lhvi
COO Mex Pan 13
2000 Mount Oulf... IrV
40n Midwest Tex. .7
23
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2'i
.4900 Nat Oil, N J.
300 No Am Oil....
200 Ohio Fuel,..,.
DOOQkla Nat OSS,
1500 Omar Oil
100 Panhandle ....
300 Pitts Oil
1200 Prod ft lief...
500 Red Rock Oil.
200 Rayal Pen, rts.
700 ftvan Cons... .
500 Salt Crk Prod. 35V4
1WO Settled Prod... 15k
300 SeaDrd O 4 O, S
800 Fhell T T rts.. li ,
1500 Slmms Pet.... 154
ooo Bkeny, OH ion
200 8penoer Pet.... 10
700 Superior Oil... 174
k' Blip un it rts. IV
;ug Texas Hanger,
400 Texen Oil,....
2r.n1 ttn Tt nil. ..
100 Am Oil Cal.j.lBO'
1200 Vic oil new... 1;
:m Vulcao oil.... 2H
803 White Oil..... 1
. MININ'O.
3000 Alas-Br Col... 1
SOO Alrarado Mln. 14'4
400 Alaska Mines. A
130? Arls (Hobs..., S
1000 Atlanta t 1.4
100 Belcher Dlv..t 3
S?00 Illcher Elt..t 5
isno nig LMge.... i'i
1300 Booth ......t 4
3000. rgied Slln....t
ioo; uaiumet
2300 Canada
270(1 Candelarta
130 Carson Hill... 28U
200 Con 'Virginia., tit
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1114 -M
Plitlnum, an oi.
Electro cop, spot
Electro cod. Auc.
I'll lion. No. 1 X
lour.ary
193.00
18.374
IS.37'4
51.03 50.03 El. 03
f:
r.02V4 7.S74
... fro.w
... 10.00
... 10.00
50.03
48.80
43.00
.eo.oo
30.03
Pit Iron. No. 2.
silicon 40.03 50.03 49.03
Pig Iron, plain.
No. 2, elllcon.. 47.80 48.80 47.80
Fees Iron, ritts 43.00
Bess billets. Pitts ... CO.OO
OLD METALS.
Dealers' buying prices are sts follows:
Cents per round.
Copper Heavy Cut and Crucible. l5.IS9t8.78
Heavy and wire..,.,,.,., M.ooaia.oo
Light and Bottoms.... 13.00ai3.50
Heavy Machinery comp 14.50313.00
Brass, Heavy v.ouaiO.OO
Brass, Light 7.009 7.50
NO. 1 Clean Brass Turning B.ootj b,l
Nd. 1 Corns Turnlnes 1l.EOill.sJoi
Lead. Heavy 0.75O 7123
Tea Lead , 4.30.J 8.00
Zinc Scrap , 4.750 9.23
LONDON. July 14. Fallowing are the clos
Ing metal quotations:
t t. d. Changes.
Cotser. spot 00 0 0 off 13a.
COppsr, futures 02 10 0 Off 10s.
Eleo copper, spot 103 o o
Eleetrlo futures ......110 0 (I.
Bales, spot. 100 tons: futures, ooo tons,
Tin. Spot ..!'. 263 15 0 off Bs.
Tin, futures 271 10 o
Strait 280 0 0 oft (1
Bales, soot. 100 tons futures. 4:0 tons.
Lead, spot 34 10 0 off 5s.
Lead, futures 30 0 0 oft 10s
Spelter, spot 41 13 0 Off
Bpelter, futurts 43 9 0 off
EQUIPMENT TBUSTS.
A
(quoted on a percentage balls)
Name. . Maturity, iiate,
...
lb';:
mi a .1.
IllUt ASK
S.73 7.50
7.73 7.31
.78 7.1:
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DIVIDENDS AND INTEREST.
OI1EEKE CANANEA COrPKR CO.
42 Broadway, New York, N, Y.
ruA n.erf rAf nlpM.liea ne tlia nf-aaita
ran) as Ivimary Trusteo nt Its Corpofate CanaMea Copper Cfemplij)' has declared
rust DfnAt-tmnt v 1i it .I.... ...... ill..la.n4 ..e KO nl ne sharf. ttnnn U rAtM.
tal Stock of the par value of $100.00. per
snare, payable an August 23. lf:o. to the
holders of such shires of record at the close
of business at 3:00 O'clock P. M. Friday.
August 0. 1820. The dividend It payable
only updn the $100,00 shares Into which the
CapltaT 8tock is divided. Alt stockholders
ntJ .ivBir.i ni an corporate
w,.'I"lrtm''nf- No. 1 Wall Street, New
Am?,.. ,V .a t"ror' 12 o'clock noon on
ts ir Le"' an'1 ehRl1 fnr tile -sale
for a If! 111 b' adopted which shall be
y r Zl"xl'"" oi f" actrtied interest
l premium.
l,"l at XfW Ynrlr (hi. 1-H. .1...
JJ-jj - ' " .Mil, U.J UL tfUIJJ
BANKEnS TnUFT COMPaS'T,
n u r. ... Primary Trustee,
RyH. P Wilson. Jr.. Vlc.rrslHnf.
'axsiLVANIA CO. (ll'AhANTEEtt 3V4
f (r'-N'T. TRBM- CERTIFICATES.
sums "n, DIE un.
fnittU- Ani "uppl'tnehtal agree
''nej lVif..rthr!Jiry 1M'- he-i'ndsr-
iale inn Hlf.nd'M of ?bovc certlflrates
'l iV, 1. d.c,lv"' " ' August 1. 10!8,
t lxi.,?m,rtf!3? B" and Interest
i)Xln!2!8fieott, 5um nowpny-
Wnnt,?Z?: J'"n T'dflc numbers of
tki!...WM. Trustee, fining trimrt
"1 T us! M PV1J' "u"rlt'l 314 per
"cell, , """ll'atcs, Ber e "li." win be
At., i;rt,' r,M mut be delivered on
" fiui"r.:i .. . mK '"""ished that day.
"iMn te, Wy1 dtllVCry ' b
nM21.rPrANX Tru.tee
Itl!a.iM.,1fcru,AJ'T M Treasurer,
-"""'"''a p- '-'r 12. 1P20.
who have hot converted their holding! Into
share. Of $100.00 PSr value Should do so
without delay In order that they may receive
their dividend promptly. . . ,
Th. transfer fiMW'TrtsVu'r'.f.
New York. June 24, 12"
'""'F.NDS AND INTEREST.
Davison chemical company
Th.miu"?l! 0',, Botrd ot Dtrectev
W.i VJM" C'lcal Company t
lfl ,n'.?.dsr' Jun,!. !0th' "V"end of
141 sto-k 7.1.1, af'f'l upon the capl-
,!.. "-OV t 3 P. M. July 30th.
ir I.i tro ' W,LSN. Secretary.
KElLY SPRINGFIELD T1BE COMPANY
x oMM, '. Kll,llt T'r Cent Preferred
earn .. .?w .t ,0' 'fl. to stockholders of
iu-sc oi ntisiness August 2, 10"0
F A. SEAMA:. a.rr.t..
BEAHOAHD AIR RAILWAY
Five Per Cent AdJnetmeot
Mertjsge Geld Boedl
Tlie eeml-Snftuel instalment 6f Interest
on Seaboard Air Line, Railway Adjustment
Bonds amounting to 2M ($13.66). rtpre
stnted by eoupona Ns. 41 and 41 for $12.50
Sell, ha been declared and will be paid
Oh and after August 1. ll2o. et the office of
Blafr Co.. No. J! Broad Street. New Y6rk.
SEATIOAnn AIR LINE RAILWAY CO.
B RORT. L. NUTT. Sec'y t. Treae.
V. 3rk. June 21. IMP. . . -
tiliflCE OF THF. CONOtlMDAriON tOAf.
4nHAVV
natllmAra b rthlft. . .IftM.-'l 4 '4
Bethlehem SI eel.... 1650-30 74-3-6
canndlan Pacific... lMO-32 4'4-fl
Chi ft Northweatern.lB20fI3 4'J 7.73 B.73
Chi. R I A Paclfio.1920127 4H-3 7rfO 0.30
C. 8 L A N OHea.ns.1020-21 3 8.50 7.50
C. C. O 6 3t L... .1920-20 3-0 7.87 T.OO
Delaware A Hudson.lB22 414 8.00 7.00
Erie Its imsi 1050-27 4-1-3 7.73 8.73
Grace Steamship... .1920.34 6 8.75 1.73
Illinois central ihswij ijia i.w
Int Prod eteamshlp.lM0-20 7 7.50 0.73
LouliVIUO A NSSIl. .1920-23 5 - 8.83 7.30
Mlchlgsn Central.. .102032 54 7.50 0.30
Minn ft St Louis. .. 1020-27 5-d 7.73 6.78
Mo, Kan ft Texas.. 1920-34 3 8.00 7.00
Nw York Central.. 1920-32 4H-5 8. j.30
Nffolk A Westerti.1030-33 4!,-7 M 7.30 0.75
N t. It II t It... .1910-30 4',-0-fl 7.50 0.7.1
Northern PAclflo.. .1921-30 7 7.15 0.80
Penn Gen Freight.. 1020-23 4-4H 8.50 7.33
PaClfie Fruit Exp.. 1925-33 7 7.00 6.73
Heading Co 1920-27 44 7.40 6.50
Seaboard Air Llrtt.1930-27 4t4S-6 7.50 0.73
Sinclair Refining... .1920-21 0 , 8.50 7:50
Southern Pacific... .1920-24 44 8.90 7.50
Southern Railway,. 1920-24 414-5-T 7.50 6.75
Virginian Rllay,. 1920-30 1 0.9O 0.50
Union Pacific...... .1021-33 fl 8.0U 7.00
Whit Oil Corp.... 1920-23 7.60 7.00
DIVIDENDS.
Steeit ot
nscord.
Am. DIt. Telegraph Co. tf
N. .1., 73c July 13
AtlaS Powder Co., pf. q.
$l.f.O July Id
HanawhS'Elkhorn Collleriei,
Int, 1A July 13
N. Y.. Honduras A Rosafto
Mining Co., q. 30: ....July 20
N. Y.. Honduras A RosarlO.
Mining Co., ex. !!0e. ... .. July 20
Liir-Mar coat Co.. 2t.'......Aug. 1
Ms-Mar Coal Co.. atk, 3i.. Aug, 13
Mclntyre rorcupins Mines,,
Ltd., 5c Auir, 1
D Been Am. she. $2.3(1. ...July Id
PacltI4'C64st Co., q. $1 July 21
PsClflo Coast tst pr..$1.2l..July24
Pacific Coast 2d pf.. $1.00.. July 21
Pittsburg. Lake Erie R. R.
Co. q.. $2.50 July 23
Illinois Central R. It. 4...
$1.73 Aug. 1
EX'-DIVIDEND TABLE.
. To-dav:
Amer Cigar ,
Amer uas a tiec pi...
Pay
able, July 20
Atlg. 2
July 20
July SO
July AO
Aug, 13
Sept.
July:
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
Aug.
sept.
..$2 00
75f!
NEJV ISSUE
American Chicle Company
Common Stock : , "
(No Par Value) .
, Rtgiilrar s
Uiiirin Statu Motoao ahd Tu$t Cowtany
New YoitK
Trenifer Agtnl
RftUTftAX and TitAtTJrni Coufany
Ntvt Yox
Wt iummrht at follows from a Utter dattd June IS 1920, from Mr. Darwin.R, lames, Jr.,
Preiidinl of the Company:
Bu6lns: The American Chicle Company, organized in 1899, is today one of the
principal manufacturers of chewing gum in the world. It owns and operates
five plants' in the United States, and through its subsidiaries, plants in
Toronto, Canada, and London, England. Included in ifa products which aref
sold throughout the world, are the, well-known -Adams arid Beeman's brands.
Gross sales are now the largest in its history.
Management: Since the present management took control in March, 1916, the
gross business- of the Company has been increased over 350fo, and the earn
ings available for common stock over 250, compared with 1915. f
Purpose of Issue: Proceeds from the sale of the new Common Stodk (82,500
shares) will be ued to provide additional working capital required for, the
rapid expansion ofthe Complmy's business.
Earnings: Net earnings available for Common Stock, after all taxes, interest
charges and preferred dividends have been as follows :
Year ended December 31, 1919 $1,419,745
Average for last 10 years , 1,082,393
Per S flare on
i6,uo shares
$8.73
.6.66
The West Side hotels listed below a'ro all eltuntod In tho most desirable
residential section of Now Vorlt city, bolwocn beautiful Central Parle and
the magnificent Hudson Wvcr. All monnaof transit oro of tho very best,
cornprlsjufr tho nubway, L, surfaco cars and tho Fifth, avcnuTbusos, which
moke all parts of tho city readily accessible. Thcso Jiotols aro particularly
attractive to visitors to New York or thoso soekmir permanent residency.
oy of i9'iS. I
Relief from special taxes-and the extraordinary cost of sugar will, it is ex
pected, result in larger earnings than any made by the Company in the past.
(Dividends: With the exception of two years, the Company has paid dividends
since 1902, averaging $6.20 per share annually on the present outstanding
common stock. The recent rate has been $4.00 per share per annum, and
the Company-states that it intends to continue dividends on the increased
capitalization at this rate. '
The legal details in reference to this issue of stock have been approved by
Messrs. McAdoo, Cotton & Franklin
Application will be madt to list this Common Stock on the New York Stock Exchange.
Price 40 . Per Share
Hornblower & Weeks White, Weld 8c Co.
New York, . Boston Chicago
New York
Boston
Low, Dixon & Co.
New York
This information and these statistics are not guaranteed but
have been obtained from sources we believe to be accurate.
There are a few spaitments that we
lease every yetr to those who wish to
make the Hotel Ddleclaire their perms
Nnent home during the fill end winter.
The demand this year l unusual
therefore we advise our friends to act
quickly if they wish to negotiate leases.
Robert D. Blackmail, Proprietor.
siltau'isai ;wiuii!B;i:i;Hiii'.ss.,:i:iB:;issij;i.n;'!isi).! i
HOTJSL ST. ANDREW 1
Broadway at 72nd Street
NEW YORK.
ALL TRANSIT I.INIUI TABS THE
DOOR.
Bailee AtallaMe far Immediate anil
Vail Occupancy.
W. W. WTCKOTF.
rSilOTIEIlIiMJlMEslEaJMJilTiWiTaii
IIIIIIilliaiRllllllQHIBlHOBIIllIEl
THE CLENDENING
I0J VfKST 103BI) STREET
AT EXPIUCSa SUBWAY STATION
BANKS HAY AMALGAMATE.
and
C031PANY
Baltimore. Md., July 12th. 1920.
Tlii Hoard of Directors has declared a
Carolina Power Light
Chicago rneumatic Tuoe ......
quarterly dividend ht One and a HAtf Dol.,4 " ""wee ................
ii ,ai v .... .,. nn im r.nttal nineli. 'CHI's Bert ire. stocn
L'nlon of Liberty National
Hankers Trat't Ststgested.
The iu(tlrstlon that tne Liberty Na
tional Barilt may be mer&ed with the
Bankers' Trust Company, Institutions
which have enjoyed Intimately close re
lations and which Wall Street thinks
could bs united logically, has been made
and Informally talked over. The sub
ject has not been presented formally
before the boards of directors of either
Institution and the executive commit
tees ot the Institutions have not adopt
ed resolutions to the effect that Such a
merger would be desirable.
Such a formal stet as Hie Initiation
nt preliminary negotiation between tne
dominating interests of the two com
panies has not been taen, It was said
yesterday, and practically all Of the di
rectors of the bank Snd of the trust
eompany received their first Informa
tion that a merger had been suggested
when a rumor that dominating Interests
tn the two financial Institutions had
practically agreed to terms that tney
Would accept for the merger was pub
lished as a fast t
Harvey 1. Ulbson, president of the
bank, Issued this statement yesterday:
The matter ot the merger ot the
flankers' Trust Company and tho Lib
erty National Bank has been the sub
ject of Informal discussion for somo
time. No decision or definite under
standing has resulted and we cannot
gay wAen anything will occur 'which
could be published properly. Tho mat
ter has not even reached a point where
It could bs referred to the board ot
directors."
in the absence of sewara Frosaer,
who Is president of the Bankers' Trust
Company and who Is absent from me
city for a month on a, vacation, Atbert
Tllney, vice-president ot Uie com
pany, issued a similar statement, i.i
view of tho discussions now deHnliely
under way It Is considered probabto tn
Wall Street that a morser may eventu
ate on or before tho clone ot this year.
Nothing denntte, However, is iixciy to
take place until Henry P. Davison re
turns from & two months holiday. As
the matter stands publication of the re
ports that a merger was near is brand
ed officially as "premature and ombar
raeelng to the conduct ot business by
both Institutions."
' GRAIN MARKET.
ART SALES,
ART SALES-.
PUBLIC AUCTION
Continuing To-day (Thursday) at 10:30 A. M.'
ly SAMUEL KREISEIt, Auctioneer
Completing Sale of all tho
SUMPTUOUS FURNISHINGS
HOTEL KNICKERBOCKER
Broadway and 42nd St., N. Y. City.
By order of MR. JAMES B. REGAN.
NOTE: Large Canh Depottti required, and all goods must bo
paid for in full and removed within U hours after purchase.
O.i0: I, 1.90iT2: shlpplns. t1.C361.S3,
STRAW-Market quiet. No, 1 rye. 112321
,0n CIUOAOO PRICES.
Tues-
High. Low. Last, day,
3J5'i 234 21 5314
mm lftii mn in5
OpSn.
...23
...ioii;
...iK.8
....lU
....143!,
...0514
.... nil
lu8
1VIU 1MU 130U
1MI4 1S1U 153k IS
11314-138i 140V Uii
K 4
Tits
Oils
Ti
73(
91
70
701,
Tne corn market was weak yesterday
due to heavy selling on Improved weather
and crop prospects. Tliemnrkct repeated
Its action of the last tew sessions at tne
Amer Otue bt...... SI.00
Anler Lftfht Traction Sjt.TS
Amer i.ini e Tracmn. siock..... ivc
Amer Lialit Traction pr..... -Ji-SO 1 opening, prices advancing more than &
Amer RolpbUIHIng.. ....... 1 "!? . .t.,l i-irtn n.e. rft-.
Amer Biiipnunnmsr. extra s;.;.t
Amer ShlnSullding pf ,. .11.73
Amer Tobacco II ato.'k.......v..v.....j,',r'
rnitin conn Oott Mil Irl. no
Canadian Conn cotton Mills pf, apf.
1. ill Xrtl ner ahareon Its CanltSl fltoCk
payable July 3l"t. 1D20, to stockholders ot
record At th close of business July 23r(l,
lti"0. "rne transfer books will remain Open.
Dividend checks wilt be mailed.
T. K. HTUAnT.
Assistant Treaaurer.
thk pitTSBrnon a yt.t .Virginia
MlKFKRRED DIVIDEND NUURBR 13.
cities fenlce of...
C'lllee Hervlre pf II
Cities BtrvlCe Bankers sin...
Columbia Graph Kaet pf......
Commonnealih Edison .......
Crucibif steel Co sr.....
funev Surer
iSl.r.O
I2.00
U)i
1'1!4
COc
......... . ..V
43.02c
JJ.UO
IJ.00
S2.0O
SIT. 00
Cupey Sugar pf S3.KO
Edison Ktea Blum, Boston ..I3.M
Kdlion Rise Ilium. Brockton 12.00
IK nasin uons ret. si,
ureka Pipe Line... 1 S3.00
all .Klter (las Works... ,..13.00
amous Plavers-Lasky Corn of ti.on
lee, 'rS it atntn Motbra ..'....i Ma
cent on short covering. Bears covered
on further talk of blaok rutt and ad-
! illtlonal exports ot wheat But the up
ward movement gave away 10 scinng
when the weather map showed cooler
temperatures, which were oxpecled to
check the development ot the black rust
In the Northwest. And with the cooler
weSther reports there -were advices
which told of promising crop prospects.
Those reports led to heavy selling, prices
breaking as much as 5 cents a bushel.
On the downturn the market ran Into a
heavy accumulation of stop toss orders
and, with support lacking, futures de
clined easily. There were slight rallies
of a cent but the support was feeble And
came'prtnclpally from the ehorts. l-'urUier
declines In the market were registered
In 'the afternoon when deliveries were
RYB
July ....
September
CORK-
iepUmb'er
December
OATS-
July ....
September
December
Jul'y 18.30 1.S0 IS.rt 18.17 1S.S2
September ....10.23 10.13 15.73 18.87 10.30
JuYJD.8" 15.03 18.40
September ....17.23 17.23 16.75 16.83 17.80
ju.T. ' 2.73 28.02
Heotlmber ....3?J0 29.50 27.M 28.23 29.00
INTERIOR RECEIPTS.
Wheat. Cam. oats.
Yesterday OIH.OOO 621.000 49J,Wft
Last week 703.000 l.Oflt.OOO 723,000
year 1,395,000 617,000 1,031.000
SEABOARD CLEARANCES,
Flour. Wheat.
0,000 010,000
d.Ooo 82,000
30,000 18,000
Last
Yesterday .
Last week..
Last year. .
Corn.
47,000
COFFEE MARKET.
Excepting one 'or two upward spurts,
yesterday's coffee market was again In
control of the bears and prices wero de
pressed After opening with declines
of 15 to it points there were rallies ot n
tvor points, prices breaking Into now
low ground for the movemeht The de
cline carried September to ll.Si, or
sbottt 20 to 40 points net lower on the
general list During the mtdatternoon
ecsolon shorta covered and prices
reached the day's best, Only to"sag'nnd
close with net losses ot 23 to 40 points.
The local spot market was very ftulct
and nominal as to prices.
Range of prices: Tuci
Open. High. Loir. Last. day.
July 12.75 IMS 12.50 12.M.38 12.M
Aucusf lt.ftrt-70 11.60
September .11.63 11.70 11.54 ll.BA.8s 11.7?
October ....11.73 U.7J ll.is ii.ro-oa iijm
November .... 11.62-64 11.8
Deeember ..11.70 11.80 n.oz h.ku-bj ii.wi
January ... ll.on-71 ji.iu
Februitr 11.73.74 11.M
March .....ll.s-( 11.83 11.87 1I.T4-T6 ll.JJ
Anrtl - 11.75-77 12.01
May ll.$3 11.00 11.73 11.78-80 i:.03
Coffee Cablss-Rto was 200 rels tower for
1. at 10(073. Dollar rate 20 Wither, tit
41200. HxrhaJiXe 1-Md. lower, at 14 7-18d.
Receipts. 13,000 baits and stock Sno.ooo bags.
In Santos .Dots were not emoted. Futures
nere 100 to .too rsls lower. Receipts, 2tt,0nr
i,t.(i,uou usgs. iteceipis at
Vork. JuneV.lKa,'
n. rtnarrl Af TitroHnri li dcflstf!! a
J 1 . ij.mS hhsi sinil nnsi.tisi1 1 ti nsts Oatnt
aiinviiu Ut Vim mi ra visits .,
at.. r. OietU rtf fltei rnmntnv 4n rU
thefluartir ended June 1020. payable
August 31. ir-30. to stocuiiniciei
ii. rto.it of business on Ausu
H. i;. .MuuiiL,. cecrsiarv. u.i..
... . .aam - I1UUU WVt' ........................
JhW' V' i WUL.I r ' St'eTv if?.' iW KfM".:-& ' quoted a. much as 6 nts ioVer BentT .Mte.r aid" W tVye
ThtTlnternational Nickel Co. . V?l?tar'SKrS -11 -tTf II tt -TTSSt " mn& was decidedly bearish, receipts 1 rsj'ij 3W'X
A Wrtsfiy W ot "?!..? Ji-vta: "ntlnue liberal, with the estimates taritL''tt
per Cwni. OH sun I iTtrnou n.u.n um i'ssqh jjgtir M'lmn fits . e liI.rii a.4 itft r Tes tK HtABA
teclsred this Say. payable Aurm !. lOto. to Midwest Reflilng i.V :'estrda' of 190 care. Toward the clo.-o
the Preferred Stockholders nf record at tho Mldesi Itfinlns'. ex'ra. jl.fio demand Improved and, w.th ehorti cov-
ciose of business July 23, 10J0. SkIiJ.?i?1, Ca"r Vs i f"", prices recovered some of their
james "L. Ashley, .Rss Tf;iirv:::::::::::::::::::;: '
Becretary ana Treasurer. Philip Morris ... im I .00 , c(tHN-In the local rash market. 2 yellow.
. T..-M ..-. '-. . ' w ... .............( .,uy
, ruoiw servKn int-eai pi...... tSI.no
'Railway 4 Llsrht sec H.fio
(Railway A Llsht seo pf .s.t.oo
Savannah Buasr Hef ,.,,4 .'...it.73
Sierra Pacific Else pt Si.po
Superior Steel Jl.fto
United Slates Rubber....... ll.M
tjnits States Ruter 1st pt :.oo
HENRY HOrKHtS, Jr., ecreUry. .Ventura Consol Oil Fields 80e
2jJ" i sold on weakness In ths rash, which was 1 the ports were 38.000 bags, against m.noo
ertrs aso. ann
TOO and ll.onn.
1.0(10 and Id oi
heg, respectively. Cleared from Rio, 17.000
baes Jnr New Orleans. The weather in Sso
Paulo was showery In ono district! hail
storms in ono ami snnwers in tnree, sritn
I New York, July 13, 1020.
SfiVerk. July V. IIMA
ySSPoUSE ELECTRIC
1 . .u'MrTi iiivn nmniw .:. v:-i. i...:. . va;
?' 01 i th. criMxmr5. cl"1' ,'-' Pr The Directors have this day declared a
all1' tor (he au.ri 5l,ck,of "iL" 91"" quarterly dividend on the Capital stock of
LC1 pa "1 j'uji'H ',n?nn'.Ju?. i0t mo- hl company of fifty cehta per aharf, pay-
1 wsiai SIS 'w tvmt teen ait as, iiw t . VIIU
ritir nrnnicrt AUtl) tiuk corp. , Pubifa rr,.-? in.js t pf is 46 .w' ! 1.V l':. . I
ro,X J. r"1? -11. 020. to Stockholders ahl. Rentembar 1. HWrt. to atookholder. nf
. ni June 30, 1020. ,.nrA Animate 11. 10?n. nhaeka will k.
York, j, .ili1" asurer. mailed.
OAT-In the local cash market 2, a and
-4 white, tl.2391.23: fancy clipped white,
si.z.t ordinary enppea white, si,, ail ele
vator.
RYE-J wtsttrn, 2.33 f.
c I. T. K. Y. f
BAHLEv-Marictt weaker.
e. b.
40
and
rsedinr. St.40-
maltmg. 61.50. a, I f . N. Y.
BAY-Market steady. J,t:.a52.30; 3, 12
temperatures ranging; from 43 to 81 degrees.
BRAZILIAN COFFEE STATISTICS.
Last Last
Yesterday, weelc. month.
New York dollv. 10,43.-, o.JB 13.03.".
N. O. delherlss. 7..1H .S.fll.1 4.rt
Telal delMrlea. 17.77-1 I8,t0 17,620
New York atock. 783,021 759.520 735,3(17
N. O. stock.... .104.891 323.732 177,flfl
Htnck at all portsl,M7,PI2 l.VA.V 913.571
Afloat 4U.5O0 477.700 647.600
Visible supply.. .1.364,413 1.527.4M 1.5(11.171
Last gear's v!s.1,1S?,St: 14:73,033 1,061,001
COMMENCING
TO-DAY (Thursday)
at 10 A. M.
THE ENTIRE
CONTENTS OF THE
Hotel. v
Manhattan
42d & 43d Streets
Madison Av.
WILL BE "SOLD AT
UNRESTRICTED
, Public
Auction
ON THE PREMISES
BY
James P. Silo & Son,
AUCTIONEERS, OF THE
SILO'S
Fifth Ave.
Art Galleries
40 . 45th St.
S.nW. Cor.
Vanderbllt Ave.
NOTE t Tho Furniture Is of
the finest and manufactured
by Hayden Co., Pottier &
Stymus Company ahd Pooley
Furnltnre Co. The Carpets
throughout (58,000 yarda) are
of the finest texture. All of the
China, Glassware,Uctrlo and
Bathroom Fixtures are in
cluded in this sole.
Catalogue. In ft Parts, will he Mailed
on Receipt of 50 Cents.
Address all Communications to tho
Auctioneers.
Appealing to permanent and transient
guests seeking a hotel with a genuine
homeliko atmosphere in a fine resi
dential section, yet only 12 minutes
from Clmes Square.
Single Room wlthont bath 11.50 Si 11.00
Single Room private bath $3.00 ft S3.tS
rarlor, Bedroom, nrlrnte bath, S4.00
and 53.00
Phone Academy 3510
Hotel Harg rave
106 to 112 West 72nd St,
300 Rooms-2C0 Bathsv.
Absolutely hrr-proof.
Delightful location, one block from 73d
st. entrance to Central Park.
Reasonable rates.
ffl EXCELLENT RESTAURANT.
I lioicl San Rcmo J
m Central Park West, 71th-5th Sts H
Facing Central Turk's most pictur
esque lake.
Especially attractive during th.
Spring and Summer months to visitors
to Now York. Illustrated booklet.
Ownership management.
EDMUND M. BRENNAN.
5WlMW!ll!BlilWMaiMBW
maiihauaii Square
60 to 58 West 77th St.
Facing Muscuyt of Natural History.
Special Summer Rates
. Newly Redecorated.
SUITES AVAILABLE
For Immediate or Fall Rental.
Immediate Inspection Intlted.
aiBiniBinuiiiBisiBiiaiiii
I HOTEL ALEXANDRIA
250 W. 103rd Bt.
New York.
at
HI
2 Doors West of Broadway.
impress atuDnay utaiion.
All Outside Airy ltoorn.1, overlooking
tho Beautiful Hudson.
Coolest location In tho City.
A few Apartments to sublst for
aummcr iiontns.
S. L. ROOT, Mg. ,Dir.
Iil:lil!liB:!!Bs!l:B!HE!fBI3E!i!:,limi'3I
Hotel Marseilles.
Broadway at 103d Street.
New York
Subway Eipress HUtlon.
'A Hotel of Distinctiveness and Reflni
mont" Delightfully located between RlversHi
Drive and Central rarlc, .,
Ten minutes by Subway to 42t SrVeet. an t
Twenty minutes to Wall Street.
lirirgnirui inning iioom nnu unit.
A In Carte and Table d'Hnto Service.
Reservations Now Beine Made
M. P. Murthn, Manager.
is!i:Ei!inmiiniinim
I NEW FIREPROOF
ti0-3387lst Street West
EXCLUSIVE g
Rates 14.00 per day and up for Fj
on or two persona. Vi
Attraettre Restaurant si
U Cart. p
HOTEL' BIAJKSTIC.
Central ParU West at 72nd SU
HOTELS AND ItESTAUBANI8. HOTELS AND BESTAUHANTS.
DINE AND COOL OFF
Watching the Rhythmic Gliding of the
World's most famous Skaters-at the new
SUMMER m SHOW
AND THE MUSICAL JOY RIDE
"Around the Town"
IN THE GLORIOUS
Golden Glades
ROOF
Reserve Tables Now Phone Columbus 9903
Dance and Dine
in the Country
at the
May-November
Farm,
Hartsdale, N. Y.
INSTRUCTION, COLLEGES, &C.
Mount de Sales
Academy of the Visitation
FM.ib. 1B53 by Maters of Visitation.
Music. LanstiaKes and Art Courses
Coll.'ie rrtparatory and olectlve. Com
modious buildings. Beautiful grounds.
Homelike environment. Outdoor recrea
tion. Cntalotf on request. Ad. THU DI
RECTRESS, CatonsvlUo, near Baltl
more, Md.
The Mackenzie
JUNIOR SCHOOL FOR YOUNGER BOYS,
S TO 14.
A Christian home school In the upper Ram
apo rtflon. on Lake Walton. Elevation
1,000 ft. All schools sports. Careful prep
aration for Iradluc secondary schools. Pres
ent enrolment -45. $S00 and 1900 a. year.
Circular ard Intorinallon on request.
Monroe, Orange County, N. Y.
'Charles Waldo J 1 r,""oa
Day and EvenlnrSes
slons. Fall term opens
w seot. istn. ror inror.
INvllllllr mon or Interview.
Uiwiiaviu
HASKINSi
i address
ln..rlr1 fnt Dr. Frank A. Fall.Ki-
mi tsirc.il erotlve Secretary. Hot
Elijah W. Sella c. 40 Fifth Ave. jc.y.
WYOMINO HKMINAUY. A co-educatlonttl
schojl ttiiem boys and girls ct vision.
College preparation, Business, Music, Ait,
Oratory nnd Domestic Arts and Science;
military training, (iymnaslum and Athlollo
field- 7(1 year; endowed! catalog. L. L.
SPRAOl'B. D, D., President, Kingston, Pa.
U. S. Secretarial School '
512-511 i'IVTII AVK. (45TH ST.).
Th oldest and pre-eminently the most suc
cessful. Prepares for and obtains cecl!enl
secretariat positions. H'rife o.r Catalog 10.
New Bookkeeping Claw Sept. 13th.
Thorough training to qualify for complete
rhnrira of hooks In am Dullness. Knroll.
j FRANK BROAKKR. C.P.A.No.l. C3 Fifth Av.
ST. TAUL'S. Term begins Sept. 13. IS'.'
Stettart Ate, Oardon City, I-ouk Island.
Own for hisppctlon ! to I. Phono tilt.
CntaloB. Address, WALTER It. MAltfa'H,
Hcitdinneter. v
PRATT
SCHOtH.. 01 West 43th Street.
Kccretnrlal training: Individual
Instruction. Mwimrr .Srlnn.
llumper Hn Crop In l)n- Stntc.
BostoX, July 1 1. Dumper crops ' of
hay and tobacco In Massachusetts this
year wero predicted to-day by the State
Department of Agriculture. A continu
ation of favorable weather. It was said,
would result in nearly normal crops of
all kinds despite adverse conditions In
the sprlnir. The acreage lias been de
creased 16 to 20r cont. as a result of TonK Cou.EGK MUSIC 163 AV. 72d
the scarcity ot farm laborers earlier In Jr;w vork con, mi'sic. hi n. s.tth
the season, out tne supply ot workers is
FREi: CATAI.OC OP ALL (Roys. Cilrls't
FCH0(11-S OP. CAMPS 111 I'. S. Apply.
Rulto 1UU Times Hldg. or phnne Bryant WW,
ACCOUNTANCY CLASSES FOIIMINU.
PACF. t PACE. 30 ChUrch street, New York.
satd to b
ft
aufllclcnt now.
I TUK WASHINOTON SCIIQOU of Jtew York.
It East COtb trreet
.THE
TOURAINE
9-11 East 39th Street
New York City
An apartment hotel, cater
ing to patrons who' desire
exclusive surroundings.
Furnished and unfurnished
apartments' on yearly lease.
Several esirable furnished
apartments by the year or
shorter period.
Restaurant n In Carte.
A. It. SMITH, Trop.,
Formerly of the St. Itegls.
Bfetion Hall
Broadway, 85th to 86th St.
sjubway Station at SiUh Street Corner,
NK.W OHK
Largest and Most Attractive Jldfoitn
' and rifa(rf.
For Trnnelent or I'orminent Residence.
FiirnMird or I'nfnrnlshr;! Suites.
All the f.Mi"'nrs n'ld Adtnntaurn of tho
Best New York City Hotels nt Attrai-
till' ItltHJ.
TltAXIKNT RATIVS FOR riTIILU
iisi: nit two PF.itsoss. -
IIOO.H's WITH PKIVATK HATH,
ss pi:i: day i, p. -
rarlor. Bedroom and Bath, 7 Per Day Up.
RESTAURANT OF HKilllNT
STANDARD AT ATTK.WTIVE PRICES.
HOTEL MONTAGUE
101-iaT MONTAOI R ST.. BROOKLYN'.
DIlSIItAHI.K COOI, OUTRIDE ROOMS
7 minutes from Wnll Bt, 3 minutes to all
subways.
At Clark St., Court St., Borough Halt
Sul. Stations.
Lenses and Reservations nntr being
made, 1, 2 and 3 rooms and bath.
Trnnsirnts 5J.0O per il'y and up.
OWNER MANAGEMENT. PhoneMalnSCI
I . ...
3 Ywt 8th Street. Net to Fltlh Atenue,
Near Washington Ntuare.
An'erlcan nnd Ilurepran Plan. Apart
im'nts t. - and 3 roijnis Aitrnctlvo
Kiimmtr rat. , INDUCi:MBNT3 FOR
YEARl.V LKtSlW.
F. W. HATFIELD. t
NTIlltA(!ANS!trrT HOTiri'. llilthHntl llroad
wayl Reduced mmnier rates, one, two
aid thrte rooms and bath, restaurant: new
tnan.iRvment. FRANK. A. PCTBLKR.
HOTEL accommodations In several leacnn
Hotels at half regular rates. F.
Fun-Herald.
box 73
OnF.AT .NOKTIIKKN II0TKI., ItSWnt 87 St,
HOTEL .NETI1EULA.ND, Sth Ate. at S3 St.

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