THE SUN SATURDAY, FEBRUARY -23, -1M8.
Tovm of Brighton
Kfaturlnc Fob. 1, 1919 to 1922
AumhJ Vl. W.8j817
Bonded Debt 135,000
Prke 100H ! 'vn
A, B. Leach & Co., Inc.
Invettijient Securities '
62 Cedar St., New York
Rhlcaso Boston Buffalo Minneapolis
Ph lafelohis Baltlmora Ot. Louis
Circular on requtmt
J. K.Rice, Jr. & Co.
Phone. 400 to 4110 John. II WatllBtW 3f. T.
W. C. Langley & Co.
115 Broadway, Nsvw York City
f"UR Foeeign Department handles
foieign banking tiansactions with
leading banks throughout the world.
Guaranty Truet Company
of New York
Unim Trust Co. of New York
80 E ROADWAY
Fifth Av. A tSthfit. Fifth At. loth St
MIS AS EXECUTOR, mm, TRUSTEE, Etc.
Allow. Interest on Deposit..
Will boitjst w. s. s,
BY RED POSTCARDS
McAdoo Enlists Boy Scouts to
Sell Orders for Thrift .
MEDALS TO BE GIVEN
Winner of Most' Palms Will
Get Personal Letter From,
THE STOCK XAKKET. . ,
Owing to trie holiday yesterday the
Stock Exclianre was dosed. For tho
convenience of leader Thursday' clos
ing Aid and tta prices are reprinted:
7 HUL AikeO.I Bid. AtKM.
DIVIDENDS AND INTRREST.
REPUBLIC IRON' A STEEL COMPANY.
PREFERRED DIVIDEND NO. 5.
At n mctjni of tho Board of Director,
nt the Republic Iron & Steel Company, held
February 30th. 1918. the regular quarterly
dividend of Hi 7. on the Preferred atock
was declared, payable April let, 118. to
stockholders of record March 20th. lilt.
The ANNUAL MEETING of the Stock
holders of the Republic Iron Steel Com
pany will be held at the office of the Com
pany, ID Exchange Placo, Jersey City, New
.lereev. on Wednesday, April 17th. 1H. at
1 1 o'clock In the forenoon, for tho transac
tion of any and nil business that may prop
erla come before the meeting. Transfer
books of the Company, both Common and
Preferred, will be closed at 3 o'clock P. M .
March 2tlth. 1918. and reopened at 10
o'clock A. M.. an April llth. nil.
. COMMON DIVIDEND NO. 4.
At a meeting of the Board of Directors
of the republic Iron & Sleel Company, held
February :oth. 191S. a dividend ot mr.
on the Common stock was declared, paya
ble Mav 1st. IMS. to stockholders of record
April 23rd. 1913. Bonks remain open.
RICHARD JONES. JR.. Secretary.
American Telephone and Telegraph Co.
Convertible Fonr and One-Half Per Cent
Coupons from these bonds, payable by
their terms on March 1, 1918, at the of
fice or agency of the Company In New
York or Boston, will be paid In New York
by the Bankers Trust Company, 16 Wall
G. D. MILNH. Treasurer.
Recognition ot work previously dona
by the Boy Soouta of America and a
call for further war ssrrlce In a new
campaign Is found on tha flyleaf of a
manual Just issued by the Treasury
Department: a manual on the sale of
War Savings Stamps by "tho red post
card plan." t
The tribute reads: ,
To the Boy Seoul of America:
Your splendid work in the "Liberty
Loan campalm proved, that the Gov
ernment can count on you and your
organisation. Knowing that you are
always ready to serve your country,
and realising how widely War Savings
Stamps spay be sold through your ef
forts, I take pleasure In presenting
you another opportunity.
The ''red postcard plan." prepared
by your chief scout executive -and de
scribed In these pages, presents a sim
ple way to make your patriotism
count. I am confident that the "red
postcards" returned to me at the end
of the year wtll show how splendidly
the Boy Scouts of America have con
tributed to the vlotory that will be
ours. Very truly yours,
W. O. McAdoo.
tary of the Treasury to mention only
one of his offices Indorses the red post
card plan ot the Chief Scout Master and
urges the carrying out of Its programme,
which calls on each scout every, day In
the year "to sell f S War Savings Stamps
and 25 cent Thrift Stamps to all who
will save and lend their savings to their
country." The Bcout Master's Injunc
tion points out:
"Not every one can afford oo or iuo
with which to buy a bond. But every
one every man, wotnan and child In
the natlon-can save something, and
through the purchase of War Savings
Stamps help in winning the war. Even
one can save something, and every one
will save something If wa make clear
the need for thrift In this great hour
ot trial. This we can do through the
red. postcard plan.
"Five million red postcards 'have
been printed by the Government espe
cially for the use of the Boy Scouts of
America. It will be our object to get
signatures on every one of them. When
you get some one to sign a red postcard
It means that the signer has given his
order to the local postmaster to deliver
to him C. O. D. a given number of War
Savings Stamps or Thrift Stamps."
Postmaster and scout will work to
gether. Achievement buttons, ace medala
and palms are to be the reward for
distinguished service, with "a personal
letter of thanks from the . President of
the United States" waiting for the scout
who makes the record for 1918. The
manual compares) the scout - with tho
aviator. It says:
' "Just as Guynemer, klng of aces, won
palm after palm after winning the War
Cross. s6 a scout after winning the ace
medal Is eligible to win W. S. S. palms."
The number of palms will determine
the winner of the President's letter.
AdamsKs. 74 H
AtChMfg. 20 H
AAgCh pf. 93 K
AmBkNte. 30 H
AraBkK p 4SK
AmDSug.. 78 H
AmCan pf 93
AmCraWr. 73 M
Am Coal. . 43
VmBAL.. 13 W
Amice' pf. 42
Am Loco., t&ii
jLtnerican Tekghoneind Telegraph Co.
Convertible Fwr Per Cent Gold Bonds.
Coupons from these bonds, payable by
their terms on March 3, 1918, at the of
fice or ngenry of the Company In New
York or in Boston, will be paid In New
York by the Bankers Trust Company, 1C
G. D. MILNE. Treasurer.
GREENE CA.NANEA COPPER CO.'
42 Broadway. New Tork, N. Y.
The Board of Directors of the Greene
Tananea Copper Company has declared a
dividend of $2 00 per share upon its Capi
tal Stock ot the par value of 1100.00 per
.hare, payable on February 25, 1918, to the
holders of such chares of record at the
tlo, of business at 3:00 o'clock P. M., Frl
Oay. February 8. 1914. The dividend J
pavable only upon the flOO.OO shares Into
which tho Capital Stock Is dlvldtd. All
stockholder, who have not converted their
holdings 4nto shares or 8100.00 par value
should do so without delay In order that
they may receive their dividend promptly.
The transfer books will not be closed.
i J. W. ALLEN. Treasurer,
Nw York. January 24. 1918.
FREIGHTER mCADIA WBEGKED.
Six. of Crew of Nine ReseaasT OC
Xewfoandland Coa.f. '
Halifax, N. S., Feb. 22. Capt. Scott
and nine members of the crew of the
small freight steamship Acadia, formerly
the Senlac, bound, from St. Pierre for a
French port, have been lost off the New
foundland coast, according to reports
A coastal steamship which reached a
Newfoundland port yesterday reported
having rescued six of the crew. The
Acadia's machinery became disabled on
AtnM I pf. 40
Amflmelt.. ta W
AmSSefA. 03 , 03
AmSauff.. 88 05
Amflnuff p 80 lob
AmstlFdy e.iM boh
AmSumT. 83 H H4H
ASumTb p 00 OS
AmTelfcC. 5fJ 60
I AmTob pt 07 101
AmWool.. So H M
AmVool p 03 94
AmWPpf. 30 W 20 M
AmZtne... 1M 1H
AmZlnc pf 48 46 K
naconda. MH 04 H
ADyOda.. 13 H U
ADOlpf. 40 K 69
ADO 3 of. 30K
AsaftsRI. . H IH
AwtedOU 58 X 69 H
AtTopSF. 84 84 M
ATA8F pf 81K 82
AtBlr&A.. 8 , 8i
AtCoaatL. 91 02
BaldLoco. 77 78
BaldLpf.. 07 100
Balt&Oh.. M J2)
Balt&Opf. SSH .1.1 H
Barrett... 90 03
Barrett pf.lOOVj 102
Bitopllu. 1 i
BethSteel. 81 f3
Bethflpfct 00 92
BrthStB.. 70H 80
UoothP .. 25 3SM
BknRapT. 41 41 H
BknUnOaa SO 90
BrownSh.. 03 H 08
Browns pf 90 102H
Brunswick. 7M 8M
BuffR&P. 02 00
BR&Pp.. S3 107
Butterick. 10; 12
ButteZlac. . 01, i(
ButASup. 20 H
CalPack. . 38 M 30
Call'etm.. IflH 17 4
CalPet pf. 46 47
OalArli.. A7 711
CaoSou. . M
CanPac. .14S 147
CarCIln p. ? so
Cawpf... 83 H 85
CenFdy... 30 -.33K
CenLcatb. 70 70
CenSoATl 107HC 00
Cor de Pas 31i'31M
ChanMot. WH 91
tntACp pf 40
IntNlckcl'. 37 H
IntPap pf. 78
JewclTea.. 36 '
KCFtS pf. 4S
IvelSpT pf 7fl )
Krl Wheel. 24
KelWhl pf 85
LoclOu. . 82
LsckStl... 78 '
I AM pf!. 104
Lorid pf. .100
Lse-W 1 pi 83
Lao-W 3 pf 84
Swift & Company
Union Stock Yard. ChlcaVo, Feb. 23. 1918.
Dividend No. 128
Dividend of TWO DOLLARS (12.00) per share
en tt capital stock of Swift A Company, nil be
paid on April 1st 1918. to stockholder, of record,
March 9, 1918, as shown on the. books of the
F. S. HAYWARD. S.er.tary
UFK1CB OF TUB
AMERICAN COAL COMPANY
ot Allfgnny county (Now Jersey).
No. 1 Broadway, New York, N, Y.,
Feb. 14, 1818.
The Board of Directors of THE AMERI
CAN COAI. COMPANY of Allrgany County
(New Jersey) has this day declared a divi
dend of two and one-half dollars per shari
upon the atoc4c of tho Company, payable at
this ornco on l'rjdny, March 1, 1911, to
stockholders of record at 3:00 o'clock
V. M.i February 2S, 1918.
The transfer books will not be closed.
GEORGE- M. BOWI.BY. Treasurer.
TUB AMERICAN (i.S COMPANY.
10 Market street,
Camden, N. J
Feb. 19. 1918.
A quarterly illvlilend of i'i. or 82.00 peH
snare, nas been necinreii on tno cnpitul
stock of thh Company, payable March 1st.
1918, to tho stockholders of rocord at three
fclork P. M . reh.;otli, 191S. Checks
Mill bo mailed.
I m. TOtVNSF.N'D .11. Treasurer.
Jlorhlu E.tst Coat Rnilwny Company,
New York. Feb. ISth, 1918.
The Board of Directors has declared out
rf the earning for the rlx mouths ending
Drmper iisi, u'i,, inierert at tno rate
of b't, pavabl April 1st next, on the 125.
OOO.dOO fien-ral Mortgage Income 51
Fifty Ytar Oold Bonds, dated July 1st. 1S09.
CRIPPLEDCLARA SATE IN PORT.
Canard Liner Tows Americas
Steamship 1,200 Miles.
Halifax, N. S., Feb. 22. A Cutinrd
liner arrived here to-day with the crip.
pled American steamship Clara. 3,937
tons,, which It had towed 1,200 miles.
The Claras rudder was lost and her
When the Clara's distress signals
were picked up in mld-Atlantla she had
been drifting for days back toward the
danger xone, through which she had
passed In safety. ,
LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET.
Liverpool. Feb. 22. Cotton Spot dull
jirlces easier; American middling fair
24. CJ ; good middling, 23.9S ; middling,
Z3.43; low middling, :z.so; good ordi
nary, 21.90; ordinary, 21. 38. Hales, 2,000
bales, including j.ioo American.- Ue
celpts 3,000 hales, all American. Futures
Open. 12.P.sf. 2 P.M.
February 23.87 2A80 23 M
Msrcti 3.44 2.1.84 23.57
April 23.77 2S.S7 23.27
February and March,.
Msrch and April
April and Mir
Msy srid June
June and July
PRISON TERMS FOR
DONALD STEAMhlHP COMPANY, INC.
No. 17 Battery Place,
.New T ork, February 1, 1911.
TO THE KTOCKHOI.DEItt; OF DONALD
N1CAS1IU' lUMfAK), INC:
al Meetln of the Stockholders
of the Dorsad Steamship Company, Inc,
for the election of Directors for the ensu
ing year, and for the transaction of such
other business as may properly coma be
fo?e the meeting, will be held at the ornce
of the Company, No. 17 Battery Place,
New York City, on th" 5th day of March.
1911, at twelve o'clock noon. Polls will
remain open between twelve o'clock nooq
and one P. M. Transfer books will bs
closed from the 2nd z.'i or February. 1918,
and will open on tho 6th day of March,
ll'.f. Yours respectfully,
FRANK H. II ALL. Secretary.
ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCKHOLDERS
Notice Is hereby given that a meeting
of the stockholders of Acushnet Process
rompany of New York. Inc., will bo held at
tho office, of the company, 82 Vanderbllt
Ave n us, New Tork City, on th. 12th day of
Msrch, li nt 2:30 o'clock P, M.. for the
purpose of electing a Bonrd ot Directors
for the ensuing vear.
E. M. LEWIS, Assistant Seerstarv.
New Tork. February 30, 1918.
London Oil Price..
IyjNDON-, Fell, 22. Calcutta linseed,
12? ISh. ; linseed oil, KSk. ; hpertn oil,
'1 Petroleum American relined. Is.
R,y . spirits, Is. 7Hd. Turpentine
P!r t, l2i, nominal.
Three Sentenced for Stenliutj
Goods From Department
CSSmlt pf 45
USSteel... 03 K
UtahOop.. 83 X
UtahSec,. 14 H
WabpfB. 23 (
Westghse, 41 M
WestUn.. 89 M
WhlteMot 44 H
WUOvd pf 80M
WlsCen. . . 36
WthgnpB 6 ll
MONET AND EXCHANGE,
1 Renewals ......
rreai"s low ..
Sixty days 41
Nlaety day. II
IS TO BE STOPPED
Albany Has Measure Which
Would Prevent Boosting
Until May Next Year.
Prim. Indorsed Bills
Sixty days 6Kf4l
Ninety days 14
one of saks t:o.'s delivery wagons
was left unguarded in front of the. store
on January 10. Tho drWer had loaded
part of his packages and was fetching
others. When ho returned he found
bundle, valued at $70, hid been stolen
About the wine time other department
stores began reporting thefts from their
wagons to tho Police Department, among
these being Oppenhelm, Collins & CO.
and II. C. F. Kochv
Detectives began wondering where An
tonio Acerno, who posed as a newsboy,
gdt so many packages which he was
known to have In his room In KIng street
An Investigation disclose. It I said,
that the man was buying the merchan
dise from two 'truck drivers, Edward
Hollywood and Joseph Kttssell, Joab
H. Uunton, Assistant District Attorney,
rays the men were paid by Acerno to
carry on wholesale thievery. When ar
restee a few, days ago he had sales slips
from various stores In his' pockets.
Yesterday Acemo was 'sentenced to
servo from two years to three years and'
six months In HI tig Sing by Judge Ma
lone, Hollywood and Russell were sen
fenced to Elmlra Reformatory.
ChesAO . 64 S4M
ChlAAIt. S)( 10H
ChAAIt pf 20
ChlANW. 03 04
COtWest. 7!. S
COtW pf. 21 22
CMAStP. 41),' 42H
CMASPpf72H 73 ii
CStPAO. 07 SO
CfiPAO pflOO 130
CRIAP. . 20S 21
CRIP Or,. 53.V, 54
CHIP 77,. W 04
ChlleCop.. Uifi W(
ChlnoCop. 43 H 43 H
CCCAStL. 20 30 H
CCCSL pf 01 4U
CluettPby 54 02H
ColOasAE 31 34 H
ColFuolAl 40 40H
ColSouth.. 21 22
ColSo 1 pf 4 53
OolSO 2 pf 4." m
f.'ompTab. 30 .-la
ConCalan. 0)i (
ConOas. , no 01
CunO of B 97 100
CouCan . . 90 04
Conlnsur. 44 48
CornPdR. .i4 34 )j
CuPdll pr. 94 00
CrcxCrpct 40 47
CniSteel.. 04 J J 04 ff
CruStl pf. K9 00
CuhaCn. . 32j 32!
CubaCnp. 81 83
CubASuK 140 150
CubASpf. V4 05
ULAW. .175 180
Deere pr . 03 I'O
DrnAKt) . 3 0
DAIIO pf. 8 !
DctKdlsn 105 I07j
DetUhltd. -- 5
DistSccil . .'!'l 3HS
DnmeMin. SJ 8h
DulSSAA. i"i 5
DSS1A pf 5 ID
F.lecStor.. 15 50i
F.lkllornF. 26 27
Erie 15 slSM
Erie I pr . 3.1 K 3.1 H
F.re2pr.. 10 19j
KrlcAIitts - 70
FcdMAS.. 12 14
FedMASp 3IH 30
Flsherlldy 2s 3S
Gaston . , .10 1 37
finChm I'flOO 101
(icnt'luars 42 44
OenCgs pf 00 100
OcuMt pt. 83i 85
Goodrich,. 4S 47
Goodrhpt 03 100
Uranby.. , 7i 77
OtNorpt. 00" 01 Jj
OreenrC. 41H 41H
Gulf MAN. 8 11
UlfMAN p 28 32
OulfStl... 02 Is t'4
tiirssti i pf 03
Ilartman.. 40 42
HarvCcrp. Ill 70
HakABkr. 37!i 3S)1
Homestke. 81 H St
IllCmt... 04 ' tSM
Inspfop,. 4li'i 46
IntAgCop. 14 M
Mackay.. 77 79
Mackaypf 62 03
Manhat... 97 H 00
ManBeach 2i( :i
Marine... 301, 31
Marine pf. 100 H 1001,'
MayDpS.. 51 55
DpSpf. 101 111
Maxwell.. 29 30
Maxw 1 pr 01 03
MexPrt... 93 93 H
MexPet pf 93 95
Miami.... 31 W 31 H
MldvStl.. 45 ) 43 H
MASL is SM 9
M8PSSM. 80 90
MS8M LL 55 70
MoKAT. . AH 5
MKATpf. 7 8
MoPacrt. 22 M
MoPpfct. 4Js 40
MonPow.. 09 71
NshChASLl S 120
N'atAcme. 30 . 31 U
.Vat Ills... Vs4' 100
NtClkAS.. 72 80
.VCndtct. 15 18K
NatEAS. . 48 J i 49
NatEAS p 90 100
NatUad.. 53 UK
NevCons., 1U 10ij
NOTxAM. 10 20
NYAtrBr 135 133)j
NYCent.. 70H 70'
NYCASL, 13 18
NYCSL lp 40 09
NYNIIH . 2S 20
NYOAW.. 19;, 20
NorSou. .19 22
NorAW...t(V4 104 H
NorAW pr 78 8.1
NorthAm. 4.1 4fl!-i
NorPac. . M' s."
JhioCUO. 40) i 40 H
ObloFuel.. 41 H 43
OntSllvve. .1 an
Own RAM. 01 fit
PacCoast 43 IU)
PacCuast p OS, oo
PacMaU.27),' 37 H
PacMpL 101 120
PacTAT. 24 s 20
PTAT pf 84 X 01
PanAtppt- 03 91
I'cnnllK . 44 i 4.ri
PeoplcsOas 4.1 40
PereM pet 2S 37
PcM p p ct 50 57
PeorlaAE. .1 0
I'et-Mul 35 40
I'ctMul pt 0.1 100
PhllaCo... 23).' 25 H
PiercpAr.. 40 1, 40 H
lierceA pr,H2K 95
lit AW Va 26 H 27
litAWVa pnoH r.o)i
PCCASL 50 til
1'itUfi 52). .'3
littsCrpf. 8JJ9 84
Pltts-itl pf 01 (is
PonilCrkO IS SO
PrStCar 02 H 03 )4'
PrStC pf.. 00 US
PubSerr .400 107
RayCons.. 24 24 H
RySTSpg.. 53H ZiH
RyStSp pf 97 100
ItepubStl. 7si 78H
RepSt pf.. 07 100
Reading.. 7tX 70H
Read I pr. 33 43
Itcad2pr 35 M 37
RoyalDul. 73 74 j
Six months MtOt
t Other Names.
Three to six
to dan. so data, so days.
Bid. Ask. Bid. AsS. Bid! Art.
banks 4H 4 4t i 4rs 1
Eligible n o n -
member bank.. i 4H i 4U
bUU 5 4i E m I 44
CLEARING BOU8B STATEMENT.
Clearing Hourn exchange. 1578,146,771 : bal
ances, lse,447,l0; Sub-Trranirr debit balance,
13,846,487; Federal reserve credit balance. 138.
943 711 ,
Boston, par: Chicago, no market ; St. Louis,
10c. discount bid, par asked; San Francisco,
pa,; Montreal, 110.9371 to 112.50 premium ; Cin
cinnati, par; Minneapolis, 10c, premium.
Bar silver in New York. MJit, unchanged;
London. 42'id., unchanged; Mexican dollars.
19 295 Greece
Low- Last. close.
18.00" 11.00 11.14
13.2S 11.25 13.23
tl.50 Russia 13.00
26 79 Scandinavia
19.295 Spain 21.25
82 40 RIO 24-01
1 0001 Argentina (gold). 1.0015
4 41 Buenos Ayre. 4J.75
6.186 Swttserland 4.17i
TIME BILLS ON LONDON.
Banker. I Commercial.
60 days 4.71)4 60 daja 4.704
80 days -t-SM I day 4 tST.
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
cahAI,. . 8)
-tlnclalrOil 35 H
SlbM-Sli . 51 )j
Sloss-S pf. 8U
8LASF . 12 '
SLASF pf. 22
SLA8W pf .15
SlYtoSg p. IO.I
Solly pf . 58? ,
StandM pf 78
,-itudeb pf. U2''
SupHtl pf. 03
TobPd pf . 00
TStl.AW . 2
TSLW pf. !,
TolStLAW 4 7
TStLWpc 8 11
TransAW. 30Ji 40H
TwinCily. 00. (15
TwnCity p 123
Underwit, 103)j 107H
L'nBagAP, 08 73
UnPanpf. 71 73
Un Alloy, , 38 J 3li(
UnClgSts, (id )' 07 H
I'nDrug. . 09 70)
UiiDrg 1 p 47 40
UnDrg2p 78.K 79 ,
CSF.xpr... IStj 17)
Unltlnv , ' iH 5J
UnRylnp. 11 13
HSClPlpo. 11 13
USCJI' pf. 43 41
I'SInMco 121)v I22)(
L'SIAIcpf. 93 1(1) ,
ITSRAIm' 10 j a
USIlub . .17)4'
t'SIt 1 pf. 100,'S 101 J
BEK ES Receipts, 1,145 head; 16 cars
on sale. Market active and firm to ahudo
higher. Steers. 110.90018 100 lbs.; hulls.
ISijll: cows. 85910.25, tallends, 84.75.
Drtsseil beet steady.
Sales Newton A Co.: 20 Virginia stser.
1,145 lbs. average. Ill 80 100 lbs.; 16, 1.037,
111.35; 15 Pennsylvania, 841, 110.90; 2
bulls, 955, 19. J. Shamberg A Son: 59
Ohio steers. 1,300, 113. Tnbtn A Shannon:
40 Ohio steers. 1.271, 612.13: 2 bulls, 1,090.
19; 1 i-ow, 1.130. 19.25: 5, 984. 17; 4, 89S.
16; 4, 767, 85. MrPherson ft Co.: 10 Ohio
steers, 1,180. 112.35; . 1.006, 111.50: 1 bull,
1.T20, 111: 2. 1.465. 110.50: 1. 1,400. 19.50;
4, 1,020. 18.76: 1 heifer. 1,320. Ill: 18 rows
and heifers. 936. 810.25: 1 cow, 1,260, 110.50;
8. 940. 89.23; 21, 1.009, 19.10: 3. l',UC
18.50; 22. 918, 18.40; 2. 1,100, 17.75; 15, 963,
37 50; S. S71, 86.75; 10. 990. 16.25; 12. 793.
85.25. S. Sanders: 3 cows. 1.183. 19.25: 7.
1.071, 19; 2. 950. 18.25; 7, 850, 17; 2, 970,
15 75; 2, 840, 84.75.
CALVES Receipts, 430 head: 860 on
sale. Market firm. Common to prlmo
veals. 1 1 5 If 18-30 100 lbs.; culls. 812814;
dressed calves firm.
Sale S Sanders: 78 veals, 139 lbs.
average. 312.50 100 lbs : 60, 119, 113; 38,
111. 317 50, C culls. 128, 314; 23. SO, 113.
Newton A- Co. 96 veal. 123, 318.50; 6
cull,. 96. 114. Kerns Commission Co.: 30
veals, 126. II". 10 Tobln A Shannon: 10
veals. 118, 118.50; 8, 82, 115.50; 2 culls.
SHEEP AND IAMBS Receipts, 1,670
head; 7 oars on sale. Prime fresh lambs
firm: others weak to lower All sold.
Lambs, 815.50 17.75 100 lbs., culls, 114.
Sales S. Jlldd A Co.: 212 Ohio lambs.
71, 117 75; 219. 78, 117.25. J. Shamberg A
Son: 218 Buffalo lambs. 82, 816.75; 213, 83,
816. S. Sanders: 14 Pennsylvania lambs,
73, 817; 104 Buffalo, 85, 115.73. Kerns
Commission Co.: 119 Ohio lambs, 92,
810.73. Newton A Co.: 3 Pennsylvania
lambs. 96, 315.50; 3, 56, 812; 3 sheep,
Hogs Receipts, 4,060; 'j car on sale.
Market higher. State hogs, 117.60 loO
lbs.; pigs. 116.25; roughs. 816.23.
Sales Newton A Co.: 9 Pennsylvania'
hogs. 162 lbs. average, 117.60 100 lb. S. '
Sanders: S Stato hogs. 155, 317,60. Kerns I
Commission Co: 1 State pigs, 80, 116.25;
2 roughs, 273, 116.25.
Other Cities Lite. Stock Markets.
CHICAGO. Feb. 22. Hogs Receipts,
40.000; strong. Bulk, II7.30W 17.50, light,
817U17.60, mlsed, 117817 60; heavy,
316.701)17.35, rough, 116.70016.85! pigs,
812 751f 16.25.
Cattle Receipts. 9,000:' strong. Native
steers. S. 75B 13.90; rtockers and feeders.
87 5010.5.",; to us and heifers, 6.60(f
11 SO. ralves, t.75tl 14.25.
Sheep Itecelpti, 8,000: Arm. Sheep,
JlOtt 13.23; lambs, 113.5010 is.eo
ST. LOUS, F
JlJji lii: mixed and butchers. 117 ISff
17.40; koo.I heavy, 817.25 (f 1 7.45 , bulk. 117'
a 17 40.
Cattle Receipts, 1.C00; strong. Native
bet-f steers, 380 13.50; yearling steers and
heifers, I74C13 60; cows, 36U11.50; stacker
mid feeders, 6j 10.50; nallvo calves. 64j
Sheep Receipts, none; steady, l'.ambs,
S14 till! 7.1; tn, 811I..10W12: wethers,
81 1 505 13 23; iannei and choppers
KANSAS CI I V. Feb. 22. Hogs lie.
celpu. tt.ooo: higher. Hulk. S17W 17.!";
heavy. 817 101(17.20; packers and butch
ers. 817'i17 20; light, llU.HStf 17,20; plg,
Cattle Receipts. 4.00(1: steady. Prime
fed steers. 812.7513,75; dressed beef
steers. $10.3041 13; Suuttiern steers.
37 .'iOSjll.50; tons, 87& U; lielfers. iR'it
12, stoekers and feeders, 87.50 sf 12.50;
bulls, J7.258 10.25; calves. IT) 12,20.
Sheep Receipts. 8.000; steady. Lambs,
I1.1.7C9IA.2A; yearlings $13(714: withers,
tll.nofi 13 25; ewea, $11. 23iff 12.23.
1'ITTSnritO. Feb. 22. Hogs Receipts.
2.0IIO; 23 to Ortc. higher; heavies, 117 25
ti 17.85: heavv Yorkers, 317.7H57 17.85;
light Yorkers. 317017..1O; pigs, now in.r.u.
Sheep and Lambs Receipts, 500: aciive;
lop sheep. 1111.50; top Iambs, $17.23.
CAlves R.ctlpts, )00; 23c, higher. Top,
CINCINNATI, Feb. 22. Hogs Rerelpta,
4.40O; strong. Packers and butchers,
817 26; common to choice, 8!0t?13: piss
ami llg'its, 8UD7 17; stags, 3loti 12.50.
Cattle Receipts, 700; strong. Heifers,
174111; win, H. Tit 10, Calves strong, $6
Sheep Receipt,, 100, steady, Lambs,
EAST BUFFALO, Feb. 22. Cattle Re
celpts, 250: steady,
Calv es Receipts, 400: strong, 174719,
Hois Receipts, 3.20O; strong. Heavy,
IIMi H.15: mixed. IH.154HI.30- Yo-kers,
818 ion 18.10: light Yorker.. $17(717.25;
pigs, 3 10.7.'. )17 : roughs, I16.23rjl0.40;
slags, $13 50 14.50.
Sheep and I.ambs Receipts, 7,800!
easier, Lambs, I12ffl7.25: others iln-rh.iiige.1.
Rent profiteering wilt be blocked It
the Legislature accepts a bill which has
Just been Introduced. It will defeat the
plans of property owners who may be
preparing to take advantage of the un
precedented shortage of housing and
business facilities of every character.
The bill would make It compulsory on
owners to make no attempt' to raise
rentals untll'after May It 1811, and then
only by giving the tenants of their build
ings thirty 'days notice that they wut
have to pay more for their premises,
whether It bs a store, office, factory,
dwelling or apartment suits. From -the
standpoint of the real estate owner It
would deprlvo him of the privilege or
taking advantage of the principle ot sup
ply and demand. This principal would
be to their benefit at this time and for
one or two years to come because New
York haa comparatively little space of
any character for rent, and since the
government has taken steps to oon serve
the capital of the country for war use
the construction of buildings In New
Tork city will be discouraged except
when for the use of worklngmen en
gaged in national enterprises. .
The flow of humanity haa not beeT)
affected by the war except that here
tofore It' came mostly from Europe,
while now It Is. from various corners of
the United States. Nearly 200,000 per
sons hav'c been establishing permanent
homes In this city every year since the
start of the war. Tha first of the year
found less than 2 per Cent, vacancies In
modern houses In the city. 1o popula
tion which has been coming nero Is of
the better class, and with money to pay
for tho finest accommodations.
The crush has put a premium on
apartments. A suite is hardly vacant
before It Is rented, and at a largely In
creased figure. An apartment was
learned the other day for 1800 a month
for two months which cost the owner
I2S3 a month. Under the present condi
tions there are many house owners who
are not try nx to hold tenants worn mov
ing away, knhwlng that the vacancy can
be filled and at a much better rental, the
figure depending on the scarcity of
premises In the section and the desire
of the prospective tenant.
Commercial space values have been
boosted several times In the last twelve
months and premises which will come
on the market through the expiration of
leases during tho next few months will
not be sold for much less than 25 per
cent above tho prevailing rents of to
day. YThe same conditions will hold
through the residential sections of the
city. In fact rentals through the home
districts of Manhattan havo Jumped
faster and higher than in the trade
Many owners of business and residen
tial property are speculating on tho size
of tho Income their property will bring
them this year. On the other hand
tenants arc asking how much more they
will have to pay for the use of their
apartments when their leases explre. The
queries of both owner and tenant will
ba answered if the Legislature passes
tho measure before It making It manda
tory on the owner not to charge more
than present rentals for the preptlses
during the next year
OLD SBCTIOX HOL'SES SOLD.
The two five story tenements and
.fores at 168 and 170 Chrystle street
have been sold by Robert I Harrison.
m v. Aldrich and Robert A B.
Elliott, executors of the estate of James
t ,ir eh. The nouses octuiu .
The Farmers' Loan and Trust Company
Nos. 16, 18, 20 & 22 William Street
Branoh Office, 475 Fifth Avenue
CLEAR UP THEFTS
Arrest Ballroad Float Em-
ployees foe Freight Bobber
ies Loot Is Found.
CMoto mi Wtm lidiiM Mmi Co.
GENERAL MORTGAGE BONDS.'
Trustees' OfBce, Room It (5th Floor).
New Tork, Feb. 7, 1 9 It.
Tho Trustees have this day designated,
by lot, th. following
Feb. 22. Hogs Receipts.
Lights, 817W17.S5; pigs.
49.9x82, ISO feet south of Rivlngton
street. The executors acquired mo pi uy
ertles last month as plaintiff In fore
closure proceedings on a bid of $38,000.
SALE OF BIG BRONX FLAT.
The. llenrv Mnrgenthau Company haB
sold to Louis Slutkln for cash 911
Simpson street, a triangular five storj
apartmeit house nt the Junction or
Simpson nnd Fox streets, fronting 135
feet on Simpson street and 157 feet on
Fox street and containing thirty-five
FLATBITM! COnNF.lt SOLD.
' The Mclnerney Kllnrk Itealty Com
pany has sold the throe story buness
and apartment hulldlng at the southeast
corner of Avenue H and East Sixteenth
street, fronting 20 feet on Avenue II and
100 feet on East Sixteenth street. The
property was sold for Herman and Henry
Kremer to nn Investor.
RECENT SALES I.N QUEEN'-
E. Taylor 1ms sold the dwelling, on
plot 40x100, west side ot Welcome place
100 feet north of Park avenue. Ozone
Park, to M. Schvvack.
J, Schrclber has Fold the dwelling at
the southwest corner of Cool and Han
over avenues', Elmhtirst, to It. Marshall.
Tho W. & W, ltulldtiiK.Corporation has
sold to II. M. Hletz .",0x100 feet, west
turner of Jamaica and Twelfth avenues,
and S.'ixlOO on west siae or " in.ins
street 100 feet e.outh, of Jamaica avenue,
Long island City. I
ALE orTTllGKMERB PLOT.
The MciFter Builders have sold to Dr.
Isaac Hrown a plot 44x122 on Beach
Twenty-fifth street, Kdgcmere, U I
being part of the property the company
purchased nt the auction sale of tho
Eilgemrre Crest Corporation.
LEASING FOIl ni'SI.KSel.
The Mushach Hardware Company has
rented 10.000 feet of space In the hulld
lng at Si, Warren street. This makes
30,000 feet of spaco that they have
tented In the Inst tno years.
Douglas Elllman Co. have leased
to tho Viilleil States Yarn Company a
loft in 330 'ct Thirty-eighth street.
Thomas .1. O'Hellly lias leased l.Ufte
space nt 132 to 142 West Twenty-neveiith
street to M Toff & Co., Alfred V. l'rnser,
tho Central Binding Company, N.ithan
I.epovv & Sons, California Wine Cellars,
the O, & W. Novelty Company, the l'ahlow
Itccd and Willow Manufacturing Com
pany and thu National Joint Limb Doll
BIG FLAT FOR XEfiROKS,
St. James Courl, a seven story apart
ment, on plot 100x125, at the northweit
corner of .Seventh aienue and 143d
street, was leased jesterday by the
Chamas Healty ami Construction Com
pany, Max N. XnUnson president, to
the Itenraw Healty Company, represent
In Warner & Taylor, for the use of
After pretending to be deckhands on
tugboats hauling railroad floats from the
Jersey, Shore to the freight yards of tho
Eastern District Terminal Company at the
foot of North Fourth street, Williams
burg,' Detectives Dowllng and Miller ot
the Seventh branch yesterday arrested
on a charge of burglary James Guessing',
21, of 77 South Fifth street, and Joseph
Cameron, 33, of 315 West 118th street,
Manhattan, floatmen on tha railroad
floats. They recovered from the men's
homes several thousand dollars worth of
merchandise alleged to have been stolen
Tha Dollce belleva that bv thesa ar
rests they have cleared up the mystery
or a long series of robberies for which
various railroad companies In the last
year have been obliged to repay con
signees thousands of dollars for losses.
The terminal 'company began to re
ceive complaints from shippers four
weeks ago that they were the victims of
thieves In the transit of merchandise.
Detectives were put on the case, but not
withstanding the vigilance of the police
and watchmen employed by tho com
pariy the robberies went on. It was
finally decided that detectives take turns
In posing an deckhands on towboats
hauling the floats from the Jersey shore.
It wasn't until yesterday, as alleged,
that the two detectives discovered that
while the floats were en route to Will-'
lamsburg the shoes of the freight car
doors were lifted, property taken from
the cars and the doors replaced. Thede-.
tectlvea maintained their vigil and latet
nabbed Guessing and Cameron. Going
to their homes the detectives, as alleged,
came across an Immense amount of
goods In cases, Including liquor, canned
goods, dry goods, silks and all kinds of
The property, which the police' say Is
.valued at several thousand dollars, was
taken to the detective bureau. Guessing,
the polfee say, promptly admitted his
guilt and told the detectives it was a
common occurrence for employees to rob
freight cars en route to destinations.
In the Williamsburg court Guessing
pleaded guilty and was committed with
out ball for the Grand Jury by Magis
trate Dooley. Cameron also was de
xtrous ot pleading guilty, but at the
quest of the polloa was committed w
out ball for a he;Biig Wednesday,
111! 4440 7241 132!
3478 4712 7261 8327
861$ 4790 7332 8638
III! 4107 7429 8992
1468 4645 7508 9073
3703 5038 7635 9114
I7S9 6079 7616 9111
1765 (101 7743 9175
1935 6820 781.1 9876
4037 r327 7991 9465
4147 5395 8037 9459
4157 6921 8135 9537
420O 5992 3166 9661
4327 11479 8111 9162
4118 6610 8327 9705
4311 6713 8130 9789
1409 6724 1433 9860
4138 6881 8437 9866
447! 6921 8511 . 989$
4479 6967 8183 9991
4613 6993 8613 10006
4156 7034 8712 10471
4881 7125 8710 10077
4110 7181 8755 10101
4633 7229 87C7
THEVintcr paradise for
thoughtful persons in
search of physical well-being
and mental exhilaration
amid congenial associates.
Round trip, flnltlau fata, XewYotl ,
Ctrmponilntly hit J "am to all otkr pninh
Including Every Expense on Ship
Comfortable, steel steam,
ships, with spacious immacu
late statrootns, also rooms
with bed and private lath,.
Git Sttcial'lVinttr Reiotl Visldit
Ocean Steamship Co
140 V'. 42d St., al Broadway, rvnc Brum 1
fiet 35, North River. Phone Sp'ino 3
Iondon, sVeb. 22. Money In sood sup
ply, discount rates quiet. The tone on
the Stock Exchange was dull, the 4 per
cent, war loan being the most active of
thtt gilt edged issues. Cuban shares ad
vanced S points. Silver mines, banks
and shipping Issues continue to be In
demand, but there was very little in
terest displayed elsewhere.
Bar sliver, 42'-id. 'Money, 3 per cent.
Discount rates Short and three months
bills Si per cent. Gold premiums at
Consols for money closed 54 yt ; Brit
ish 5 per tent. loan, 493a, ; British 4'.j
per cent loan, 100 'J,
Other quotations :
Atchison 8 .New Voik Cent 74
Halt. Ohio... 514 Norfolk A West. .10
Canadian Pidnc.l6m Ontario West.. :t
Che,. Ohio., 57 Vennsylvania .... 474
Clu. A (It. West . Keailing 79',
t. liui , vi souinern iisnwaj.
IMnver & Rio G 5 southern Pad tic. 90
Erie '.'0 ,1'ntnn Pacific ,,..125
Erie 1st nt 51 'U. 8. Steel H
Grand Trunk..., s. Anaconda (10 sh.) nil
Illinois central. ue neers js,,
Louisville ... US iRarvl Mines., . . 3
Mo , Kan. a Tex 7
Liverpool Cotton Matl.tli-a.
LivEiii'oo!., Feb. , 22. Weekly cotton
HtattMlcs Imports 44,000 pales, Amerl
i an 30,000. stock 457,000, American
uoi.noo -, forwarded '82,000, American
U',000; no expoits, Total salss 7,000,
LlVEJiroor,, Feb. 22. Beef Extra In
din. mess, 360s. Tork Prime mess, West
em, 330s. plains Short cufc 14 to 16
lbs.. 137s. Bacon Cumberland cut, 26
to 30 lbs. 132s.; clear bellies. 14 to 16
Ins.. 160. ; long clear middles, light, 2S
to 31 lbs., 160m.; long clear middles.
heavy, 3', to 40 lbs., 159s.; short clear
back, 16 to 20 lbs., 157. Shoulders
Square, 11 to 1.1 lbs.,gl28s. Lard Prime
Western In tierces, 149s, fid. ; American
refined In palls, lo2s. ; 5 61b, boxes, 150?.
Tallow Australian In London, 72s. Tur
pentine Spirits, 128s." Linseed Oil 61s.
fid. Petroleum Keflned. Is. 6,(1. War
kerosene. No. I, la "d. nosln Com
mon. .64s, 6rl. Cottonseed olt Hull re
fined, "spot, fiSs. 6d.
a. tha numbers of the 147 bonds. Issued
under the trust deed of the Chicago A
Western Indiana Railroad Company datod
D.eemb.r l.t, 1112. te be redeemed, by the
operation of the Sinking Fund on March
1st next, at th. office of Messrs. J. P.
Morgan A Co., N.w York, at 104 and ac
crued Interest to that date. Registered
bonds should be accompanied by a power
of attorn.y transferring them to bearer.
Th. following ar. the number, of bond,
previously drawn for redemption .but not
yet sresented for payment:
3816 1113 U609 14341
CHARLES H. RUfiSELL. I T,.t...
HERBERT L. SATTBRLEE. I ' ru.rawa,
LOST Southern Pacific Rallyoad Com
part First Refunding Mortgage Bona o.
M67756. James Kerr, 163 Mission St.. San
CERTIFICATE QF DISSOLUTION of
THE ALCOHOL L 1IL1TIE3 COMPANY,
and Notice to Creditor..
STATE Or NEW YORK. OFFICE OF
THE SECRETARY OF STATE, SS.t
Thin cbuiiriuATU issuea in aupu-
cate. hereby certifies that The Alcohol
Utilities Company, a ilomestlc stook cor
poration, ha. flleJ In this office on this
list day of .December, 1917, paper, for the
voluntary masoiuiion or ucn corporation
under section 221 ot the General Corpora
tion Law, nnd that It appears therefrom
that such corporation has 'compiled with
.aid section In order to b. dissolved.
WITNESS my hand and th. seal or of
fice of tha Secretary of State, at th. City
of Albany, this thirty-first day of Decem
ber, on. thousand nine hundred and seven
(Signed) A. B. PARKER. Deputy Secre
tary of state.
All persona having claim, against the
ahov. named corporation are directed to
present the same forthwith at the offlc.
of Jollne, Iark!n A Rathbone, ittorneya,
No. 54 Wnll Street. Borough oAVManhat
tan. City of New York.
FREQUENT SAILING, Hired
.''l?' Corona, Gtion & fnntundrr
Cadiz ft Barcelona) ilmnna )era irei
J.Zaragoia,Agt. PlerS.K.lt Tel llanovir.
ATLANTIC. GULF AN1 WEsf Imiim
MTEAMSHir LINES Clyde - MHiorJ"
Ward Porto Itlco Lines. 4S9 tth Ave.N y
OLD DOMINION LINE JvUr
D.y. IPM.. Pier 24, N. lO Tel
"THE PUBLIC BE n.ElSEn."
PROVIDENCE DBr' $1.90
ALL OUTSIDE STATEROOMS, fl TO $3.
WMk days and eundaya at 6:00 p. at. froa
Pier 31, N. R.. foot We.t Houston St.
Phone iprlng 9411.
Wore.ater.lt.lO. Providence dlrect.ll.Ti.
uiiisuis aansavasuu.nr. si. on.
Daily, taelodlng Sunday, 8:00 r. M.
From Pier 19.E.R. Phone 2700 Beskmaa.
Cltr Tlck.t Offlc. 390 Broadway. N. T.
FALL RIVER LINE
to BOSTON. Lv. Pier 14. N. R.. 6 P. M. dalli.
SPRING AND SUMMER HKSOltTS.
Train service as fur onlh n.
Old Point Comfort was never belter
HOTEL CHAM BERLIN
XOLO POINT COMPOST M M
Swimming Pool. Coif. S3S- J J.
Bath and Treatment. W rits .
IO. r. aOAMt, Msnsgsr lAA)
gsrtisss Mwirx. Vs.. VLafVjf
or Cook'. Tours, 245 Uroadway, 661 5tU At,
Raymond A whltcorab, 225 5th Ave., I'ei.n. R B
5th Are. ft 29th St. Ak Mr ro,t.r at ::o w'
42d St. or at Lord ft Tailor's ami liertha Ra
ner's Information Bureau, McAlpIn Hou:
Frank's, 398 Broadway and 419 l'lftli Wcmt.
NEW JERSEY Atlantic (II;
CERTIFICATE OF DISSOLUTION of
CURTIS BAY CHEMICAL CO. INCORPO
RATED and Notice to Creditors.
STATE OF NEW YOrtK, OFFICE OF
THE SECRETARY OF STATE. HP.:
THIS CERTIFICATE. Issued In dupli
cate, hereby certifies that the Curtis nay
Chemical Co., Incorporated, a domestic
stock corporstlon. ha. filed In this office
on this 31st day of December, 1917. papers
for the voluntary dissolution of such corpo
ration under section -J.'l of tho General
Corporation Law, and that It appears
therefrom that such co-porallon has com
plied with said section In order to be dis
solved. WITNESS my hand and the seal of of.
flee of the Secretary of State, at th City
of Albany, this thinv. first day of Decem
ber, one thousand nine hundred and seven
(Signed) A. D. r.VRKER. tVputy Se-r-
tary of State.
All persons having claims against the
above named corporation are directed to
"I"."?? ,n" ame forthwith at the offlc
of Jollne. I.hrkln & lt.xhl.one, Attorn.y.,
54.".',1, Street. Borough of Manhattan.
rltv nf Vew York
r?.KT. " VNE AMI NORTHERN
INDIANA TRACTION COMPANV.
to lioi.DKim or mx pr.;K rfcvT
VEAIl COLLATERAL OOLD
ilSiTS-H. Tl!". underslmioJ. UKORCIE o.
.1.1' fecial faster appointed in and by
the dscree entered December " iir m
Open. at all sea sorvs
of tHio TTWri r.
Come toAltanticCilv nrvd
ire arv.su iWDCfliuwaiH
IfHLTOt J. BUBI
HOSPITABLE - HOMELIKE
i.riiiMn i rum uompsny
of New lork, compUtlmmt. against Fort
Wayne and Northern Indiana Traction
Lompanj, defendant." pending in tho Ills-
tnct louri or Hie lTn.i,, s:,..
. . V. -
Southern District of Now York, pursuant
10 the orov on. nf ..1,1 J.....
I. J.'.'.J" ,,"f'-'11' made, g'es notice that
ha will through Central Trust Company of
New V.,t4c and at Its cffUc, 54 Wall Stre.i
Aevy lork city, pn March 4tli. 1918. during
Hualness hour,, bo prepared 'o pay out nf
mi luiwt snottr Houu or thi won j
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J.
"1HE NATION'S HEALTH SHOf"
M.AUTH IS KFFICICNCY
A Oarmiclde Gulf-atrtam-iempered Climate.
No Slush. No Du,t. No Dirt Innumble
Outdoor Recreation, and Indoor Frre-r.t-rrrro
Atlantic f it, .1
The Nearest Winter lt,ir(
GALEN II ALL,
Atlautlc Lit), ..
the proceeds of Fait,
(-.old .Notes, coupons or , l.ilms for Interest,
7 " ..,.,,, i.irv hip re-pet tiv nv
entitled upon the preientat.cn thervof ft,':
WOMEN'S CITY C'Ll'B HOME.
Pease & Klliman have closed n lease,
announced recently, to the Women's
City Club for the Prescott Hall Butler
estate on the five story American base
ment dwelling at 22 Park avenue. The
lease Is for a long fcrni ot years and
carries an option of purchase. William
A, White &-Soiis repreeiented the Under
estate In tho negotiation
TAKK HOMES IN THE CITV.
The .Houghton Company lias leased
for Hubert is. Smith the three story ami
basement dwelling at 72 West Ninety,
(.econd street to Sarah and ICdvvarcl J
Moore, Schuttc & Co, have Iea.el the
three story and basement dwelling at
412 West J43th street for Mary S. Don
nelly to Peter McDowell.
Paws, Fen. 22 Trading on the
nourso to-day was calm. Three per
cent, rentes were quoted at &7 franca
."0 centimes, exchange on London at
27 francs 17 V centimes and the 3 per
cent, loan at 87 francs SO centimes
lOLNO A1K.N AMI BO.
from Primary to Collage." ' Ovra..
Swimming Pool, etc.; JZih yu. 300 W.
Hd Be. Tel. nchuvlee 4S3B.
RAILS AltO SCHOOL FOR HorS.
FlelUatou. West JtlA St. Hoys mar r.
main all day. Including Sat'y. Study hour
cnniai-our a tn. Fieis. Kind g to (junes,
1 lilts IslHr<iRlT APPEARS IIAILt
A HVNDAT. . RATES ON RBQUKBT.
THE SCHOOL, COIAJCUK AND CAMP
ttCREAt;, N, x, SUN, N. V. CITT
11Y VIRTUE of a Chattel Mortgage
made by Louise Oershon, dated October
19th. 11. and filed the 26th day of Oc
tober, 1914, I will cause to he sold at
Publln Auction nt 232 West 31st Street,
City of New York, on the 27th day of Feb
iiisry, 1918, at 10 A, M all goods and
chattels described In tho above mentioned
mortgage WILLIAM STIt ASIHTUOKit
CONNECTICUT REAL ESTATIt)
SACRiriCINO extraordinary cotn.try
place; pinuresquc atreige; aeii.au.taiiiing;
linenrnmlierr d 41fls WneiirtS l Mt,y
A,,.,".J.'.'1 decree prondcit nny holder of
l'y L0,1! or '""Pon fur the payment
of which this notice Ii given, who shall
all to present th. same for pavmont at
the time and placo herem specified, shall
not be entitled to payment of any" Interest
thereon after jliat day out of the proceeds
For the terms of the decree and of tho
order of confirmation of sale reference is
mnde to said derreo and anld order of
record In said suit.
IJjted. New VorJc. rehruarv 21, ijm
H:mmLU,i'T. Speelal Master
NEW YORK WI'IIKMR Co"L.'RT:Nliw
In the Matt'r of the Application of
CI'ARANTY SECrillTIES CORPOIl.
TION for anllinrlly to change its name 'to
t"onINKNTA!' OUARANTv corpora"
NOTKil IS HEREBY OIVEN that
Ouaranty Securities Corporation, a domes,
tic corporation duly Incorporated pursuant
to the provisions of the Ranking Law of
the state of New York, having Its prlri.
clpal business office at Nn 2(4 Madison
Avenue. In the City of ,ew York. Horough
of Manhattan, County and state of Nv
Tork. will apply to the Supreme Court nf
the State of .New York at a rpeeal Term
Part I. thereof, to be held at the County
Court House In the Borough of Manhattan
City and County, of New York, mi the
6th day of March, 1911. nt 10:15 o'clock
In the f.irenoon of thnt dav, upon a duly
verified petition approved by the Superin
tendent of Hanks of the state of New
York, for an order autlioilzlng said cor.
poratlon to change Its corporate nam to
Continental Guaranty Corporation
Dated. New York. Kehrilarv 5, 191t
By EDWARD S MADDOCK, President.
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Catalog 3. Prof, Meagher, M. A.. Dlr.ctor.
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