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O.S, RESTRICTS GOLD
Curtailment Intended to In
crease Supply for War
Notice of now regulations governing
the withdrawals ot gold bars has been
Issued by Verne 2& Uovle, superinten
dent of tho New Tork Assay Oftlce,
thosa regulations becoming effective at 1
o'clock yesterday afternoon. Tho notice
follows new regulations drafted by the
Director of the Mint, and provides:
1. Gold bars for use within Jurisdic
tion of the United States may be with
drawn only upon presentation of an In
dustry priority certificate yisued by the
' War Industries Board.
I. Bars Intended for exportation an,
be withdrawn only upon presentation ot
nn exportation llcenso Issued by the Fed
eral Reserve Board.
I. In all other cases a special order ot
the Secretary of the Treasury Is neces
sary. 4. The withdrawal of gold bars against
the deposit ot gold bullion may continue
unrestricted, not being affected by the
The notice Issued at tho New York
Assay Office yesterday reads as follows:
"Pursuant to an act entitled 'An act
to. authorize the receipt of United States
cold coin In exchange for gold bars,', ap
proved May 20, 1882. as amended by an
oct approved March 3, 1891, and by an
act approved March 3, 1901, It Is hereby
ordered that from and after this date
and until further orders the several su
perintendents of coinage mints and of
the United States Assay Office at New
York shall not pay or deliver gold bare
In exchange for United States gold coin
or gold certificates pursuant to said act
unless the applicant therefor shall obtain
nnd exhibit to the superintendents con
cerned the following document of author
ity! "1. In case of bars Intended for In
dustrial use within the United States
(including the Canal Zone and all terri
tories and waters continental or Insular
mibject to the Jurisdiction of the United
States) an Industry priority certificate
Issued by the War Industries Board or a
fiimilar authority from said board for
The use Intended to bo made of such
"2. In case of bars Intended for ex
portation, licence for exportation Issued
by the Federal Reserve Board.
"3. In any other caso a special order
of the Secretary of the Treasury ap
proving tho transaction.
"When any gold bars are delivered to
any applicant pursuant to the foregoing,
the' date of delivery, the value of the
liars and such other data as may be
necessary to Identify the transaction
shall be entered or Indorsed by the su
perintendents concerned upon the docu
ment of authority In such manner as
may essentially prevent the use ot such
document In the future as authority for
a repetition of the delivery of gold bars
ot the value then delivered.
The Director of the Mint Is author
ized to Issue such further Instructions as
may be necessary to carry Into effect the
STOCK LOAN RULE EBFECTIVR
ainat Make Dally Reports.
Members of the New York Stock Ex
change and th4r Arms will have to
make their first returns of daily bor
rowing to-day, under announcement
made yesterday by Secretary George W.
Kly of tho New York Stock Exchange.
To-day's reports will list all loans of
call ond time money secured by Stock
Exchange collateral at ithe close of busi
ness yesterday nnd each day henceforth
until the rule Is rescinded. A report will
have to' be made before noon covering
the business of tho tprevlous day. The
form Is as follows :
" "Report by to the committee
m business conduct of outstanding loans
mm at the close of business , 1918.
"1. Demand loans :
"(a) Carr!e9 by or collateral lodged
with New York banks or trust cqm
n.'inles, J .
"(b) Carried by or collateral lodged
with private bankers, brokers, foreign
bank agencies or others in the city of
"(c) Carried by or collateral actually
lodged with tenders outside of New York
for New York commitments, S .
"Total demand loans, as per a, b and
Time loans :
"(a) Carried by or collateral lodged
with New York banks or trust com
panies, S ; . '
"(b) Carried by or collateral lodged
with New York private bankers, brokers,
foreign bank agendo or others in the
City of New York, t .
"(c) Carried by and collateral actually
lodged with lenders outside of New York
for New York commitments, S ,
"Total timo loans as per a, b and c.
"Total of demand and time loans.
"Bankers and distributors of invest
ment Issues carrying bonds and short
term nortjea while In process of being
. marketed may If they desire note here
the amount Included In the above now
Telng borrowed against such Issues,
J against $ ."
NEW YORK CITY BONDS.
Yonn, TUte end Maturity, Bid.
Inter. 414s. Jnlr. 19G7 10O
Inter. 4V,s, June, 1W3 1
Inter. 4'4s, March, 19M Ji1
Inter. 44a, Nor., 1C7 100
Inter. 4'. Mar. 1957 too
Inter. 41is. April. MM Mli
Inter. 4Us. March. 194 85 ,
Inter. 4H. March, 1963 5
Inter. 4sls, Kept., I960 K
Inter. 4Ui, March. 19GO-30... 84?,
inter. 4, May, 1K8 W4
Inter. 4i, Nor., 193? sot,
Inter. 4a, May, 13J7 Mi
Ileglstered 4a, Nor., IMS.... KU
Registered 4a, Nor., U3S.,., Mli
Registered 4a, Nor.. !(.... 2
Inter, 4i, Mar, 119 WU
Inter.' 4a. Nor., IMS WVi
Inter, IWs, Nor., 1KI sin.
Inter. 3W. Not., 1M (0i
Jtegts. coupon 3Vta, May, 1M Mli
GALENA DIVIDEND CUT.
Marital Oil Rednces Payment on
Common Stock BO Per Cent.
A reduction ot CO per cent In the
dividend on tho common stock has been
ordered by tho directors of tho Galena
Signal Oil Company, who have declared
a quarterly paymont on the Junior stock
of $1.50, aa against S3 paid as the last
quarterly disbursement. The dividend
of 2, the regular payment on 'the pre
ferred stock, has also been declared,
both disbursements being payable Sep
tember 30 to Mock of record August 31.
In explaining the action of tho direc
tors J. French Miller, secretary of the
company, has Issued tho following state
"In view of decreased earnings due
to rising costs of labor and material
and to other factors of operation under
war condition the director have de
cided to adopt a policy of retrenchment
at this time In order to coTftorva the?
NEW CERTIFICATES ISSUE.
' i v UNCLAIMED DEPOSITS. I UNCLAIMED DErOSITr). I CNCTATMED PgrOWW. s
THE SUN TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1918.
LIVE TOPICS-OF THE COMMERCIAL WORLD
FOR ALL OFFICERS
Quartcrmnstcr's Dopt Heady
to Supply Fabric NovflS;
, Tailors May Mako Clothing.
Eighth ATenne It. R. Co. to Itt
plnee Paper Dne February 1.
Application has-been made to the Pub
Ilo Service Commission by the Eighth
Avenue Railroad Company for permis
sion to issue certificates of Indebtedness
In the amount of $750,000 to replace out
standing certificates of a similar amount
which fall due February 1, 1919.
In Us application the company de
clares It will not bo able to pay off the
outstanding certificates upon their ma
turity, but that most of these securities
are now In the hands of stockholders of
tho company and that no difficulty will
be experienced In refunding them at C
per cent., tho present rato. The cer
tificates It Is proposed to replace with
the now I-aue wero put out In Janu
Liquidation In heavy volume In the
final hour caused n sharp break In the
market yesterday .on tho Consolidated
Exchange. Values throughout the list
were affected, with the declines rang
ing from one to more than two points
at the climax of the reaction. Stocks
were freely supplied on the decline.
Final prices were fractionally higher
than the previous low levels, but the
closing tone of the market was unset
tled and nervous. The break was pre
cipitated by heavy selling In Steel com
mon, which closed with a loss of more
than 2 points and quickly extended
throughout the remainder of the Indus
trial list and the specialties. Railroad
securities were off about a point, los
ing earlier gains, excepting St. Paul and
New Haven, which closed fractionally
higher. Steel common sold down to 109,
whence It subsequently rallied to 109 Hi.
the closing price. Trading In Liberty
Loan bonds was fair.
Export Prom New York.
Exports from New York yesterday
Wheat, 353,843 bu. : flour, 0,721 bbls.:
rye. flour, 28.198 bbls. ; bacons, 22,939
lbs.; peas, 23,410 bu. : beans, 102,923
bu. i commeal, 14,154 bbls.; beer, 13,875
bbls.; lubricating oil, 181,450 gals.
Exports from New York last week
included: Wheat.- 77,148 bu. : rye, 1,786
bu. ; peas, 32,910 bu. ; rye (lour, 00,107
bbls. ; commeal, 2G.159 bbls. ; bran, 180,
000 lbs.; grass seed, COO bags; cotton
seed, meal, 15,025 lbs.; oil cake. 058,950
lbs.; bacons, 844,121 lbs.; hams, 141,
956 lbs.; tallow, 36.252 lbs.; butter.
243.070 lbs. ; .rosin, 22,131 bbls. ; turpen
tine. 233,510 gals.; refined petroleum, 20,
002,057 gals. : corn, 223,554 bu. ; oats,
33,747 bu, ; beans. 106,090 bu.; flour,
22.992 bbls.: feed, 76,000 lbs.; oatmeal.
6.623 bbls.t hay, 11,180 bales; whiskey,
975 gain. : pork, 3.996 bhK ; beef, 18.
936 bbls.; lard, 1,041,845 lbs.; stearlne,
190,510 lbs. : cheese. 160 9r6 lbs -t-tonseed
oil, 871,749 lbs. ; naphtha, 7,070,
640 gals. ; gasolene, 9,695,329 gals.
Special Despatch to Tin Scn.
Washington, Sept. 9. Acting Quartermaster-General
Wood stated to-day
that theV Government probably will be
ready to deliver uniforms of standard
frnbrics to officers by November 15. Of
ficers will be allowed to buy the cloth
and have it mad up by their own
tailors, or can purchase ready made uni
forms from the Quartermaster Depart
ment. In order to let merchants and
manufacturers dtspoce of fabrics they
now have on hand It Is probable, how
ever, that officers will be allowed to pur
chase uniforms made of other than the
prescribed materials for several months
after November 15.
It was Intimated that an effort will
be made) to get tailors to adopt some
standard chargo In making uniforms for
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MiKNEArous, Sept. 9. Flour un
changed. Bran, 125.331. Wheat, cash.
No. 1, northern, old, $2.22 ; corn, No. 3
yellow, 11.0001.04; oats. No. 3 white,
S7'i0CSUc.; flax, 84.0604.11.
SHORT TEEM NOTES.
Iteftatereil 1940 19u3
Jlrflaterrcl ty. 193M939
Coupon lV,t. 1922-1923
(eziiierni coupon ii9-i:i,,
;ejnaierra coupon wis
XiatenHi 3i, ltun isu
natered s. ira i.io
eiuitrru .a, im "-
WE1V YOUH OTATK BONOS.
Tom, TUte and Maturity. Hid.
Coupon 4 Via. Jan., 1944 V)V
JtfcTatartd 4Up. Jan.. 1981.. ..
Coopon 4 Via. KrpK, 19U 107U
Iterlaterwl 4H. Hept., 19J.. ..
Coupon 4ia. Marru. 155. . . .10.1
BeUterel 4',ia. Marrli, 1545.101'i
Ooupon 4ia, Jan.. 19M 10.1
r.eriiterefl 4Ua, Jan., H65..1i,5
Coupon 4Vla. Jan.. 1941 102
Redatriwt H. Jan., 1913.. 101
awupon fi, ami, , yj
Coupon 4p, mo-tz. Canal . .. t
ItetlitfrM 4a. 194042. "anal 9t
Coupon 4s, 195S-6i itlahvay 91
Jtetia. 4i. UM llljliwir. 91
Coupon 4, Jan.. 181 94
Hraiitrrea 4i, Jan.. 1948,,,
Ooupon 4a, Jan.. 1942.,
Serlittred 4a, Jan., ISC.,.,
Am 1I& 1 x , . .
Armour &Co.. .
Armour a.(V. , .
Arroour&Co, . .
Armour A: Co. . ,
fietnsim-orp-. . '
CanrariflcRy. . .0
Ne foundland. . . 5
NoraUot. . . .0
V octeriCtam le.T
ItunlanOavt. . . ,5l
KucalanOon. . . .0(5
VC Ine It pp A rmCo7
ny loo vf
07 li oi ;?
99 K 0i
Oft P6 Vj
115 V 96
95 t! 06 U
95 2 08 ti
June 1.1. '22
July 1919 Mil
wy in, in 1UU-
July 1S.'20 09 ( 100 Vf
July 15.' 1 B1 B9i
July 15,'22 BB5 OStj
.IU1 lO, ii
N r. 18,'lg
Mar. 1021 1 01 101
Mar. 1922 10OH 101 U
Mar. 1923 101 101)
Mar. 1919 94 0(1
Feb. 1919 OHH 0914
Dec. 1921 .".fi fi
Feb. 14,'2Afl20 (135
June is. '10 fis nn
De. 1.V10 loot 101 1
t-. o -in fim: nu?
9914 100 Vj
OQI Inn i.
101 1? 101 M
B9M 99 U
NEW YORK BANK STOCKS.
. .480 49.1
Amerlra . . ,
Atlantic. , ,
1 lattfry.... ,
Jlowery. . . .
Ilroni Nat .
Chat it P. . ..240
Cheltea F.I... 120
Coal & Iran. .205
Commerce. . ,170
Commerc'l K . S90
i ii Da , 17.
Faatltlver. ,. 15
Ootham X. , .201 235
Im & Trail
Lincoln.. . .
Mvrctianta. . ,120
Near Neth's, .200
nee Ki.. .2O0
l-ubllc. . . .
ftecond . . ,
Union Kx .
Waxh II u.
Trust and Surety Companies,
AllianreRt... i5 75
Am Hurety, . , 52 60
Hankcra 360 370
Bond Mtg..l80 185
llrooklyn. .. ,485 506!
Central UnIon385 8t0
Columbia.. . ,245 255
F.qulubl. . . .330 340
Farmer I, &T35(1 380
franklin.,.,. 2-'.', 335
Fulton 240 -21,0
Fidelity 200 210
uuaramy. , . ,3in
Hamilton..,. 240 360
Hud nT....135 145
KlnaaCo. . . .020 Cfn
lawT 90 too
UneolnTr... 90 ioo
Metropol. . . .800 310
Mtre Bond., , 80 oo
Mut TorW.,105 133
Nat Surety.. 100 195
N Y1.I ATr.SKl 900
New York T. . 5 005
NY Title,.., 50 60
i-eopu zai 375
Itealtv Aaao. . 51
Srandlnav' ..270 Obn
Title OAT... 24 0 250
Tranaatlantic 170 180
un htiitea. . , ,875 910
IT8MAT. .400 410
ii n i l ttiiar a. .in
Wretrheator. ,130 140
Incll'dta one-third ahar Irrlnr Truat.
tStt Irrlnr National Usnk,
8111c Manufacture Will Contlnnr.
Silk manufacturers do not believe that
because their Industry has been left off
the priority list It is go'nc to be nt out
of business. They point out that so
many branches are engaged ln'somc de
partment of war work that a large per
centage will bo allowed to continue.
Some of the .war work being done by
silk factories is the manufacture of car
tridge bag clltti and cartridge belts.
Other silk rhanufacturers who are not
engaged In war work say they do not
bellevo their plants will be disturbed,
except that their fuel might be curtailed
and some of their employees taken be
cause the material they use Is not needed
by the Government for tho winning of
GoTernment'a Wool Requirements.
Special Deipatch to Ton Sex.
Washington, Sept. 9. Government
wool requirements for the fiscal year be
ginning July 1, 1P18. nnd ending July 1,
191S. are 283,434,180 pounds, according
to announcement to-day by acting Quartermaster-General
It. E. Wood. The es
timate it divided as follows: 206,934.180
pounds for Government uses and 17,600,
000 for semi-Government uses, which
means the needs of the Red Cross, T. M.
C. A. and similar organisations. The
estimate Is based on scoured wool, and
Is considerably less than those formerly
Gen. Wood said he thinks the stocks of
ready made clothing on hand and the
piece goods In stock will be sufficient to
take care'of civilian requirements for the
Buyers in the City.
AMSTERDAM, N. Y. A. Mark's Sons.
N. Parson (rug, upholatery, tae), mo-
tol Continental. ......
CHARLESTON. P. C A. Mtichl (carpets,
ganeral merchandlae). Park Avenua Ho.
BALTIMORE Maa & Kemptr. J. T.
Wlndaor (ribbona). Hotel Broatell.
BOSTON B. Oordort (dry cooda). Hotel
BniDOETORT Hrwland Drr Oooda Co.
E. J. Godfrey (allkn and velvets), H. D.
Johnson. 410 Fourth av.
CATLETTSBURO. KV.-D. H. Carp'nier
Co. D. Carpenter tury cooaaj, mm
CHICAdO HUlman'a. M. Meyers (alike.
drain srootla, veiveia. nommKB, umugv,
hlankela. beddlns). 277 Fifth av.
CHICAGO II. IV. Mnraarl & Co. C. S.
Stein (enVbrolderlee). Hotel Colllngwood.
CINCINNATI Hanaalmann-Johnaon Co.
P. N. jolinson (aims anu nwwnai,
CINCINNATI J. Shllllto Co. II. J. Thoroan
(domeatlcs, muslin. Kintjnam prima, n-
nia. woollena. cloths). 41: Fourth av.
CINCINNATI I'rlnceaa Garment Co. M.
Mnyors (ladlca ana cnuaren a ureases.
CLEVELAND, OHIO Fries A Schule Co.
A. J. FTey (dreaa goods, alike, velveta,
domestics, wash gooda, beddings), 404
Fourth av.. care Ja.y Co.
GENEVA. OHIO Fuller nry Goods Co.
Mr. Fullf r (dry soods). Hotel. Wlllck.
KANSAS CITT Smith, McCord, Tonnsend
Dry Gooda Co. 1'. C. Harbee (dry aroods,
alike, velveta and wuali goods), 72 Leon
ard at., room 411.
LITTLE HOCK. ARK. M. Volmer (dry
Kaolin. Ac). Hotel Flandtrs.
LOS ANGELES J. It. Ford (dry goods).
Great Northern Hotel.
MOBILE Gayfer & Co. If, Gayfer (do
mestics, flannels, 4.C.I, Hotel Colling
wood. NEW HAVEN Shartenberr Roblnaon.
K. R Campbell (represantlng ). Mr. Flack
(dress goods and silks), V. Q. Alliance,
404 Fourth av.
NOBRISTOWN. PA. H. Warner (dry
goods). Hotel Torlt.
ROCHESTER Slblay, Undaey a Curr Oo.
J. Cook (linens, white goods). Hotel La
tham. ST. JOSEril, MO. J. S. Drlttaln Dry
Goods Co. W, R. Jones (dress goods),
310 llroadiray, Hotel Laurelton.
SALISBURV. N. C Trexler & Co. Hi
Trexler (dry goods, general merchan
dise). Hotel York.
SAN FRANCISCO a 8llberetetn (wool
lens). Prince George Hotel.
SAN FRANCISCO Whltehouse. Mr. Laza
rus (wash gooda and flannels), 15 Eaat
LOS ANGELES Joseph Zukln & Co. Er
nest Zukln (crepe de chine, georgettes,
lares, fancies), room 764, Hotel McAlpln.
BUFFALO M. Stelnhorn (alUca and wool
lex drraa goods), Broadway Central
SlI'l-VXLO Clawaon A Wilson. Mr. Doodf
inry gooas, Stc.i, care or 4,1 Leonard et.
CLEVEIAND Clawson 4 Wllaon, Mr.
Jerman (dry goods, ic), care of 43
DALLAf Perklna Dry Goods Co. Mr.
Ilotlrf" nnd Mr, Smith (dry goods), care
of 60 Worth at.
FORT WAYNE, IND. Pollak Walat Co.
R. Pollak (manufacturer of waists),
HONERDALE. PA. Kats Underwear Co.
Mr, Katz (manufacturer ot underwear),
INDIANAPOLIS Havena & Oeddea. R.
Geddea (dry gooda, Ac), Hotel Hermit
age. MINNEAPOLIS Wyman A Partridge. A.
Awsomb (silks and dreas gooda), care of
43 Leonard at.
PERRY, FLA. D. Mlchelaon (dry goods.
&-.. wrana iiotei.
RICHMOND. VA. Richmond Dry Goods
Co, II W. Duane (dry gooda), care ot
4S Leonartl at.
SAN ANTONIO, TEX. A. B. Frank Co.
W. A, (lohner (dry gooda), care of 43
ST. JOSEPH. MO. Tootle. Campbell Co.
A. Tl Hestwood (silks, velveta, wash
goods. e.). care of 60 Worth t.
ST. JOSEPH MO. Richardson Dry Ooofla
co. sir. Kvana (dry goods), care or 43
BALTIMORE Onodman, Wallseh Hel
per. W. P. Helber (millinery), notel
CLEVELAND. OHIO W. Taylor, Son ft
Co. Mrs. C. J. Heess (millinery), 470
Fourth av., ton floor,
TRENTON Jtoaa Millinery Co. II. Gross
(mlljtnery), 821 Broadway,
Men's and lloya' Furnishings.
BRIDGEPORT Howland Dry Goods Co.,
H. D. Johnson (boys' clothing), 410
CHICAGO Rothschild ft Co. J. Roth
aehlld (manufacturers pants, vveats),
COLUMBUS, OHIO Benzln Uatlck Co. II.
J. Benzln (manufacturer men's neck
wear). Herald Square Hotel,
HARTFORD Sage, Allen ft Co. C. B.
Cleaaey (boys' clothing), H. York (men's
furnishings), 404 Fourth av.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. J, A. Fltts Co,
J. T. Allsop,,Jr. (men's clothing, furnish.
Ings goods), Park Avenue Hotel.
NEW BEDFORD New Bedford Dry Oooda
Co, P. J Foy (men's furnlshlnga), Dry
Gooda Alliance, 404 Fourlh-av,
TOLEDO M. Moyer Co. M. Moyer (men's
nothing and turnlsMng goods), 37 Weat
WORCESTER. MASS. W. J. Wooda Co.
J. A. Wynn (young men's, boys' cloth
ing), Hotel Grand.
Ready to Wear.
IA.TLANT A J. Proahin (nisdy to wer), 301
nrth air "
Makers of Women's
MAUPACTUIlEItS of women's
wearing apparel are won
dering what will bs the ex
act status of their industry under
the new priorities ruling.
Because the War Industries Board
made no mention, In its preference
list, of this business It has been
assumed by tho manufacturers that
It Ib not deemed essential.
'But those who are engaged on Gov
ernment.'contracts, nnd whose plants
thorefore are considered preferen
tial, at, present are "up In the air"
ts to what will be their standing
when these contracts run out.
BALTIMORE--If. U Bloom (manufac
turera aklrta and dressea). Hotel Brealln.
CUIICACO Marshall Field A Co. Mats E.
Bergh (misses' aults and aklrta), Mrs.
T. J. Campan (misses' aults and aklrta).
Mlsa M. Ryan (women'a cloaks), 110.
CINCINNATI Globe Tailoring Co. Sam
Rosenthal (woollens), 21S fourth av.,
DAYTON Elder & Johnston. Mr. Elder
(ready to wear), Mlaa Shutter (waists
and dresses), Mr. Thompson (ready to
wear), care Syndicate Trading Company,
!30 Fifth av.
CINCINNATI Brandt A Leur. J. Brandt
(manufacturers waists, aklrta cloaks
and sulta), Union Square Ilotsl.
FALL RIVER J. II. Robinson (ready to
wear). Union Square Hotel.
FALL RIVER Stelrer. (.tit Co. Mr. Cox
(ready to wear), -lay Co., 404 Fourth av,
FORT WAYNE. IND. A. Wolf (ready to
wear). Hotel I-atham.
OI.Mbi'K LI.E, N. Y. Argatslnger Co.
Mrs. K. M. Burr (cloaks, aults, walata).
Hotel Mirlha Washington.
HARTFORD, CONN. Sage, Allen ft Co.
K. D. Shean (walata and aklrta), 404
JAMESTOWN, N. Y. Saxe Bros. Co. S.
Saxe (ready to wear), IS East 21th at.,
MONTGOMERY, ALA. M. Brockman
(ready to wear); Broadway Central Ho
tel. PROVIDENCE Callander, McAuslan ft
Trouo Co. W. II. Hatch (ready to wear),
2S0 Fifth v.
SCRANTON Clement ft Simpson. Ralph
Curry (ladles' dresses, Jersey and satin),
Rl'ltlsT.t-ini.n MARS. Pool D. O. Co.
Mr, Poole nnd Mlaa Cummins (ready to
wear). Jay (., 401 Fourth av.
TOLEDO M. Moyer Co. M. Moyer (wom
en's clothing and Xurnlshtng goods), 17
West 26th at. -
CHARLESTON. W. VA S. Gasssr
(women's waists. Ac.). Grand Hotel.
DPS MOINES. IA. Younker Broa. II. A.
Metcalfe (cloaks, waists, dreases), Hol
MINNEAPOLIS Wvman. Partridge Co
II. C. Read (hosiery, Ac); R. M. Ankeny
(underwear. ac.l. care or 43 Leonard at
MONTGOMERY, ALA. M. Brockman
(ready to wear), Broadway Central
ROANOKE. VA. W. Wltlauer (ready to
wear). Hotel Lonaacre.
SAN ANTONIO. TEX. A. B. Frank Co.
C. A. Dietrich (ready to wear), care of
43 Leonard at. ,
SAN FRANCISCO K. Kegan (ready to
wear). Great Northern Hot?l.
ALTOONA Kline Bros. Mr. Bradley
(toys). C. L. Hill (women's hosiery and
knit underwear), 25 Eaat 26th at.
BALTIMORE J. E. Hurst ft Co. J. II.
Wells (dreas gooda), alike, ready to
wear). 11 East Slat at., drat floor,
BANJOIt, ME. G. C. Dorr (women'a
roata, sult dresses, raincoats, ftc).
Prince George Hotel.
BOSTON Oilchrlat Co. Basement buyers,
Mr. Cohen (dresses, coats, aulta), Mr.
Koch (millinery). Miss Kcltner (muslin
undernear, houae dreaaee, coraets, In
fant' uear), Mra. Palmer (walsta and
aults), Mlsa Rico (women's knit under
wenr and hosiery), 200 Fifth av.
BOSTON OSchrlat Co. Mlsa Huobaty
(umbrellaa), Mlsa Cathcart (lacee, wom
en's fneckwear, trimmings and ham
burgera), Mrs. Hlnh (shirtwaists). 200
C1IAHI.OTTE. N. C Courtney Bros. M.
Courtney (general rnerchandlae), New
CHrCAOO I. HegaFk. Mr. Teller (coata,
aulta And dresses), 15 Eaat 26th at.
CHICAGO Boston Store. Mlsa M. Kelly
(muslin underwear and Infants' wear),
44 East 23d st.
CHICAGO Marshall Field ft Co. Mlsa B.
W. 8achee (silverware), 1107 Broadway.
CHLCAQO J. Schwartz Sona Co. M.
Schvrart (manufacturers clothing). Ho
CINCINNATI Fair Store. Miss Netsel
(art needlework). 2S Eaat 26th at.
CLEVELAND. OHIO Ames Co. E. Rln
linger (muslin underwear, necllreea. net-
tlcoats), Mlsa Jacobs (coats aults and
dresses), Mr. Halna (coats, sulta and
drtssea), A. Fantl. 116 West 33d at.
CLEVELAND. OHIO Ilslle Itros Co. E.
H. Ayrfler (shoes), 220 Fifth nv.
DARLINGTON. S. C T. K. Sligh (dry
goods, clothing, shoes). Hotel llraalln.
DETROIT SImona ft Haasenbuck. II. E.
Simons (cloaks, suits, dressea), 1161
DUBUQUE Roshek Broa Co. S. II.
Roshek (general merchandise), 1133
BAHTON. tPA. Roas Millinery Co. G.
Gross (flonora and feathers), C21 Broad-
FAYETTEVILLE. C D. Strlngfleld
(general merchandise). Herald Square
r. YETTEVILLK, N. C D. K. Taylor ft
Co. D. K. Taylor (general merchandise),
Harald Square Hotel.
GREENSBORO. ALA. T. Ward (dry
gooda, general merchandise). Hotel Som
erset. HAZELTON. PA. P. Delsroth's Sons.
J. S. Markle (notions, gloves, handker
chiefs), 404 Fourth av., Hotel Grego
rian. UOLYOICE. MASS. McAuelan ft Wakelln
Co. W. Wakelln (womed's aults, glovee.
(aces. ribbons)! Mils N. Donnell
(women'a aulta, gloves, laces, ribbons).
DETROIT J. L. nudaon Co. Mr. Brown
til' (basement general merchandise),
225 Fifth av.
DETROIT Kline's. Mtss Buell (Juvenile
dresses). Miss Uornsteln (skirts), 404
KANSAS CITY D. Alison (women's
wear). Hotel Grenoble.
LITTLE ROCK. ARK. C. S. 8tlfft
(Jewelry and cut glass), lldtei Cumberland.
MINNEAPOLIS Dayton Co. Mr. Cohen-
(uasement general Duyeri, 2:5 Fifth av.
PARSONS, W. VA. 8. Simpson (general
merchandise). Hotel Latham.
PAWTUCKET, R. L D. Harley Co. F.
II. Borden (notions, furnishing goods.
ribbons, trimmings, Jewelry), Hotel
PHILADELPHIA Frank ft Seder. Mlsa
Hasner (Jobs), care of Oscar Abel, 362
PHILADELPHIA H. Shulusky (general
merchandise). Broadway Central Hotel.
PITTSBURG Bogga & Buhl. .Mlsa G.
Kufmehl (muslin underwear and
negligees). Mlsa E. Adair (notions), A.
Doerge (leather and toilet goods), 1140
PITTSBURG Rosenbaum Co. P. W.
Hamilton (shoes), 120 Weat 12d at.,
PITTSBURG E. Stern (general merchan
dise), llraadway Central Hotel.
PITTSBURG m Schwarts (manufac
turer women's wear), Broadway Central
PITTSBURG Pittsburg Dry Goods Co.
C. Melster (Jewelry), 41 Leonard St.,
Herald Square Hotel,
ST. PAUL. MINN. The Golden 'Rule. J,
F. Wllner (Juniors' and children's
dresses). 1261 Broadway.
SISTERV1LLE. W. VA. E. II. Flachar.
E. II. Fischer (dry gooda, cloaks, fur
nishing goods, ftc), Hotel Imperial.
PITTSBURG Rosenbaum Co. L. A. Ilaer
(merchandise, ready to wear), Mlaa
Markowltx (milliners). Mlaa Folk
(suits), Mra. Kerr (coata), Mr. Aher
wln (fura), Mr. Lapldus (boys' cloth
ing), Miss Crohn (waists).
TOLEDO U. Moyer Co. M. Mover
(women'a clothing and furnishing
goods), 37 West 26th st.
WASHINGTON, N. C J. Calain (furnish
ings and general merchandlae), Grand
WASHINGTON, D. C S. Kaon Sons ft
Co. T. F. Finnln (notions, leather
goods. Jewelry and toilet goods), 432
Fourth av.. thirteenth floor.
WATER VI LLK, ME. C. Siemlts (wom
en's wear). Hotel Breslln.
WESTERLY II. B. Qavltt Co. F. Ik
Gavin (china and glaasware). Continen
BALTIMORE M. Miller (general mer
chandise). Hotel Walllck.
BOSTON a. Levy (general merchandise),
Broadway Central Hotel.
BURLINGTON, VT. It. E. Brady (mil
linery, ftc). Hotel Albirt.
BURLINGTON, VT. 41. Brewer (house
furnlshlnga), Hotel Continental.
CINCINNATI B. Loweneteln (general
merchandise). Grand Hotel,
BANVILLU, VA. M. Cohen (general mer
chandise). Broadway Central Hotel.
FREDERICKSBURG, VA. Wallace ft Co.
Mr. Wallace (ready to wear and general
merchandlae). Grand Hotel,
IX) III 8 V 1 LLE H. Weber (general mer
chandlee), Hotel Gregorian.
LOUISVILLE Carter Dry Goods Co. Mr.
Clark (furnUhlogs, ftc), care 41 Leonard
ORONO. (ME. L. A. Marquis (millinery,
PETERSBURG, VA. II. Lavenstetn (gen
eral merchandise). New Strand Hotel.
PETERSBURG, VA. J. 1'lnn (general
merchandise), Broadway Central Hotel.
PITTSBURG Little ft Cohen. D. Cohen
(shirts, overalls,- ftc), Herald Square
riTTSBURG A. A B. Smith Co. A. Smith
(stationery), Herald Square Hotel.
PORTSMOUTH, VA. W. W. Hall (furni
ture, Ac), Hotel Marlborough. V
RICHMOND, VA. Richmond Dry Oooda
Co. W. Ruesell (notions and furnish
Ings) care 41 Leonard at.
ROCKY MOUNT, N. C. G. Abraham
(dry gooda and general merchandise),
Broadway Central Hotel,
SAN ANTONIO. TEX. A. B. Frank Co J.
W. Carrlthers (notions, ftc), care 43
WARE, MASS. B. Satz (Jewelry, ftc),
f Business Troubles.
Petitions In Bankruptcy.
Petitions In bankruptcy filed yesterday
In the United States Court yere :
CHARLES "DAVIDSON Voluntary peti
tion by Charlea Davidson, groceries, 307
East TWenty-nfth street. Liabilities,
614,971; assets, 14.002. Principal claims:
Joseph Roller, 12,700; Qlax Moahko
wltz, 12. 825: I. Solovey, $1,000. George
R. Rubin, 261 Itroadway. la tho attorney.
ISIDORE SCHMALTZ MAN Voluntary pe
tltlon by Isldoro Schmaltzman, bustnees
not stated, tot Trinity av. Liabilities,
t436; assets, 130. Principal claims:
Samuel I.. 'Tobias, I12S; Arkln Brothers
ft Kaplan, 3100. Herman ti. Fried, 299
Broadway. Is the attorney.
EI.HERNON HOTEL COMPANY, INC.
Involuntary petition against Elbernon
Hotel Company, Inc., hotel business. 71
Fourth avenue. Liabilities, about 110,
000; aaseta, about 11,000. Principal
cllams: Elder ft Wells, I19S; Joseph II.
Beams Co., 1261; Reese Brothers, $130.
Rdwln Cossiu named aa receiver. Znkln
ft Cohen, 51 Chambers street, are tho
Schedule In Bauikruptry.
JACOB M. SPAR Schedule of Jacob SL
Spar, manufacturer of dresses, 3S West
Thirty-sixth street, shows liabilities. 127,
(61: assets. 334,204. Principal olalms:
Grudln ft Rosenberg, 31.423: Progressive
Dress Company, $1,260; Lovell Dreas and
Skirt Company, 11,167, Israel Ben
Schelber, 61 Chambers street, Is the at
HARRY FRANKENBUSH Dealer In wines
and liquors, at 40S6 Third avenue. Tha
Bronx, has assigned for the benefit of
creditors to Rlcliard L. Shulhof.
The following Judgments were filed yes
terday, September 9, the first name being
that ot the debtor:
Bradley Contracting CoS O. W.
Brlenl. Thomas and John Cali
fornia Wine Association of ?tew
Herman, Mendel C. G. Codding
Cohen. Abraham L. Northern
Pants Manufacturing Co., Inc..
De Voe, Charles H. Goldman...
Delaporte, Angelo People. A-c. ...
Fennell. William J. Waleh ft
Krans Funeral Car Co........
Greenburg, Eva S. Rothschild..
Oormully, Corma G. D. Brlns-
Hollander, Elmer R. F. Cluselle
Hedden, Frank X.U. Altman ft
Imperial Klectrlo Manufacturing
Co. H. F. Rogers et al
Same J. F. Wood
Krumholtr. Adolph ii. Altman et
Knorr, John A. G. Llndenmeyr
Lueft, Max L. IT;. Norton
Lrraphnne Co. of America J. A,
Lewis. Arthur S. Cross ft Brown
Max Duwe ft Co.. Inc. New York
City Car Advertising Co
Miller. Edmund E. S. Griggs...
Newdorf. Samuel F. M. B.
Realty Co., Ine
National Umbrella Service, Inc.
Plummer, Anna Lord ft Tay
lor Roth. Ixul and Adolph (Roth
Orthopedla Institute) E. F,
Rosen. Israel A. Goldstein
Russell, Edwin L. U M. Klein
"n Jutu. K Kv e '
Shlels, Jamea H. B. Altman ft
Smith. Eva, and Harry Katz
Screen Club Sonn Bros. Co
Stelnfeld, Max Rising Sun Brew
Wllkenlng, Henry and Cora M.
Wldes, Louis Economy Motor
Truck Co., Inc
Wolfsohn, John Harper Taper
Wallace, Dana, and Frank Bam.
bars F. Clifton .
ntCPORT OF THE UNCLAIMED DEPOSITS. DIVIDENDS AND INTEREST OP
THE BOWERY BANK OF NEW YORK
on the flint day of August, 1918, made in accordance with the provWoni of the Ranking Law. Sections 134 and S19,
Cas.et. Joiephlne, ns'admx City
of X. Y
McClelland, Annette Lord ft
Rtibsain. Edward Sulzberger ft
Welt, Ifernnrd I". Harrison
Welffenbach, William C. Harft.
vtaiuen, Alfred A. B. Bcith et al
The first name Is that of the debtor, tha
second that ot ihe creditor and date when
Judgment was filed.
Slllon Construction Co. Oer
manla Bank of City of X. Y
Nov. 29. 1911 8831.70
Wolf, J. Irving II. Weinsteln.
May 28, 1917 197.76
Roumagnac. Louis E. Rlcksrds
et al.. Aur. 1. 191s (i n at
Aiioru. rranK il. J. u. ITeacy,
jun. .7, J91S, ......
Petri. Edwardo A. M. Grean.
March 4. 1918
Slegle, Charles L. Moskowlts et
al Oct. 2. 1917
Roasndorf, Hugo Norwood Tark
to., june -t, laic
Conahan, Joseph Henry J.
Doyle, Feb. 2, 1918
f Yesterday's Fires.
12:4513-15 East 63th st.; Hymen
4:33 Burling Slip: National Paper
1 :10 57 Oreene at.; owner and
11:15483 East 144th at.; Charles
T. Stabm Slight
12:23 233 to 237 East Cist St.:
Gottfried Seyfrled and
1:10 168th st. and Third av.;
automobile; 'unknown Slight
4 :15203 West Clat st.; Mollln
C:00 178 Pearl at.; Ltmlie Hamil
ton Co Trifling
5:08552 East 12th nt.; Geo. Sas-
3:10316 East 10(th st ; Jacob
Report of the unclaimed deposits, dividends
and fntereet of THE BANK OF AMERICA.
NEW YORK, on tho first day of August, 1018.
made In accordance with tho provisions of the
Banking Law, Sections 134 and Z1U.
Full name and lost known res
idence or pou ofllra addrces Date of Amount
of depositor or shareholder, first publl. of
Barker ft Co., 37 Maldon cation, depadt.
Lane. N. Y Aug., 1897 354.03
Mlddleton Crawford (at
Ucbed) New York ... Aug., 1897 1JS.69
J. E. llrrnandex, ISO Broad
way, N. Y ..... . . ......Oct., 1803 127.18
Eaat Coat Electric Light,
Power A Ire Co., N. Y . Sept., 1914 1C0.S2
Theo. Puscas, 33 East 17th
N. Y......... ... Oct.. 1803 69.40
O. O. Reynolds, Trustee, 69
Wall St.. N. Y Oct.. 1802 131.92
Stat of New York, County of New York, as.:
WALTER M, BKNNET, Vlce-ltaldent
and Cashier, and JOHN HADE, Assistant
Cashier, of the Bank of America, a bank lo
cated and doing business In thn City of New
York, In sold county, lielng duly sworn, each
for himself, says that the foregoing report la a
full, true and correct statement of the un
claimed deposits, dividends and Interest of
the Bank of America, mads In accordance
with the provisions of Sections 134 and 219
of Chapter 809 of tho Banking Law as shown
by the books of said bank on tho first day of
August, 191S. '
WALTER M. RENNET,
. Vlce-Prmldent ft Cashier.
JOHN SAGE. AsaUtant Cashier.
Severally subscribed and sworn to by both
deponents the irvtri day or August, 191';, bo
fore me. U. DKNZLKll, '
Seal of Notary! Notary Public.
Kings County, County Clerk's Xo. 141.
Register's Xo. 0891. CYrtlflcato filed In New
York-County. County Clerk's No. es. Hr.
iMer'e No. 9288. UorrunWun ezpires March
Last known residence or post office orleinal
rili- ff fletmftttsir nr fthnrfthnlder. flennrtlt.
2S4 West 4th at.. X. Y. O Nov. 10, 1907
43.1 Eat 13sth st N, Y. C Jan. 9, 100S
Fond dti Ic. Wis Feb. 17, 1RK1
It West 123d t., N. Y. C Feb. 1, lOOtl
Westchester. X, V Sept, a, 1910
27 3d at., Wcehawken, N. J Aug, S, 1907
William F. Calhoun, husband). 2200 1th av., N. Y. C
1 oiicn, nyman.
Full name of depositor or sharo-
Ahlrlch. nertrumC .
Amory, Jane, ,
llelmont. RUnrhe M.
Uracil. Annie E. ...
Calhoun. Ads I., tin
Data of Amount
accrued of accrued
2-1-4)8 to 7-31-18 n.VS2
8-1-13 to 7-3118 13.83
2- 1-11 to 7-31-18
3- 1-13 to 7-31-18
Cox. James K.
llonoinn, James J
Ollltrkl. M .-.
Gill. Harry O
1 ee, Ueorgc II
I Iptnan, Julius (aulgnce) . .
Miilliollond, John ft Patrick.
M usher. Nathan (attached) .
rrsnlllvan. .Mary K.
. 101 Walker at.. N. Y. C
, . Addrees unknown
. .241 Ikmcry, X. Y. (1
. .S7 lwlsst.. X. Y. O
. .190-192 Bowery. N. Y. O
. . .CPU West IftSth it., N, Y. C
, , .49 Clinton st.. N. Y. (l
. .ri7t Wnst llst st., N. Y. O
. .104 Park row, X. Y. C
r,231 West 22d St., N. Y. O
. ,20fl Uroodwat, X. Y. O
..11 East 1 IStU st X. Y. C... . .... ... . .
, .Jerome ft MorrLs av., High Brldxe X.
1 .404 Pearl st X, Y. O
. . 73d st., liet. 1st and 2d avs N. Y, C. , .
132 Henry st., .x. v. u. .
201 0 Boston rd., N. X O
.June 30, 1913
.Apr. 2S. 1881
.Nor. 18. 189'i
..Oct. 12, 1807
, Feb. 11, 1807
. .July 20, 1008
Mar. 10. HOTS
.Dec. 30. ions
, .Mar. 22, 190U
.Sept. 15, IKS",
.Jan. 20, 10OH
8-1-18 to 7-3M8 2S0.5S
11 or. I
Ao.l)7 S-l-OS to 7-31-18 13.38
Aug. 91. 1891
8-1-18 to 7-31-18
2-1-13 to 7-31-18
S-l-13 to 7-31-1S
8-1-4)8 to 7-31-13 64.43
Pope. I-nul'o J. (In trust of Flor- 1 ,.
ixce Meagher Pope, niece) ....74 So. Waahlngton J.. N. . O Apr. 11. 1000
Rothschild. Al 00 Esst Jlmadway. X. . C June 28. 1871
Roaenthal ft Marcus,. . ,
Si hwarzben;, Haul
Sryal, Ixiuls , , .
Snimn. John (assignee)
Wertheimcr. I.eoDold (account)
.110 East 07th St., N, Y. O , .
. .71 John at., X. Y. C...
. . 179 Norfolk st.. X. V. C.
, .342 East .list st., X. VUC
, .80 Hester st.. N. Y. O .
. .JSF.ast42rt t.,N. Y. C
..872 1st sr.. N.Y. e...........
, .0 Wayhardsf., Bronx. X. ...
. . 1994 Second av., X. Y. O
, 301 East Sth St.. X. Y. C
.OSS Fifth av.. N.Y. O
. , Address unknown
. . 137 Third nv., X. V. O
, .34 Greenwich, N. 1 . C
..Feb. 23, 10O7
. . sept. 8, inn..
. .Juno 18,1008
..Jan. 4. 1 linn
...Inn. 24, 1K9D
. .Nov. 21, 1877
. ..tan. 12, icon
..Feb.. II, 1908
..Feb.1 3, 1910
. .Mar. .10, 1907
. .June 22, 1R1"
. .Oct. 8. 1888
.Aug. 28, 1907
8-1-11 to 7-31.18
8-1-08 to 7-91-18
2-1-10 to 7-31-18
8-31-13 to 7-31-18
2-1-13 to 7-31-18
2-1-13 to 7-31-18
2-1-13 to 7-31-18
8-1-07 to 7-31-1S
8-1-09 to 7-31-18 13.23
Aog. tl, 14
A'Jg. 15. 1903
Sept. 1?. 1917
Aug. 31, 1894
Aug. 21, 1841
Aug. 21, 1894
Sept. 12, 1010
Aug. 31, 189 1
Aug. 31, 18(1 1
Aug. 31, 1801
Sept. 13, 1817
Aug. 38, 1913
Aug, 17, 1891
Aug. 21, 1891
Aug. 21, 1801
Sept. 12, 10 in
SUt MARTlVs?PAICNE? VlclTden" andCHARLES ESSIO. Cashier of the BOWERY DANK OF NEW YORlCa bank
buidneV? tn th fcity of New Si; In said county, being; duly sworn, each for himself, says that the ?JW i3? n1
located and rinlnr
huslnnu tn the Cltv of New York. In said county, being duly sworn, eacn for nimseir. says mat ;ne iotpoiii mwi .un, u nmn
statement of tho unclaimed deposits, dhtdend, and interest of the ""-".ery Bank 'JZ-,.f.nrJMiaia Pvious oi oocioos
134 and 219 of Chapter 3C9 of the Hanking Uw ii shown by tho books of said bank on the first day of August, I9IS.
MARTIN . PAINE. Vice-President. CIIA8. ESSIO. (.ashler,
flei-crally subdcrlbod and sworn to by both deponent the 20th day or August, 1018. before me.
Seal of Notiry.l WM. F. HAMMERER. Notary Public. Westchester Co.
local 01 oiry.i v.l?!'n v., so. lliUler's nfrlc. Xw York Co No. nl04. Certlflcstei filed In Suffolk Co.
. imiaonus anu intereai or
Report of tho unclaimed deposits, dividends
and Intorrt of tho CENTRAL UNION
TRUST CO. t)F N. Y. on tho first day of
August, 1918. mode tn accordance with the pro
visions of the Banking Law, Sections 134 and
Full name and last known
rraldonco or post office) Date of Amount
addrra of derxsiitor or original of
shareholder. deposit. deposit.
W. R. Baker, Houston,
Texas ! Feb. 18,1883 893.93
Frederick X. Blanc, Bo-
real llldg.,X.Y. city.... Juns 17, 1884 83.24
Ollorrt .H. Bishop, Sing
sing, N.Y April 2,1873 84.91
Mrs. Margaret llrown,
c.'o W, 11. Cooltdge.
Room 032, Tempie
Court, N.Y l- Aug. 0.1877 188.17
Wm. Bunker. Tr. No. 2,
31 Wall St., X. Y.clty.. Jan. 20,1909 217.00
Campbell. Adam. Tress.
Tenn.Spl.llldg. Fd.. 168
11 thae..X. Y.clty. . Sept. 13,1909 187.02
II, M. Close as New Trus-
teo and Assignee of
Bangs, Mori inft Co., 33
Parkllow, X, Y.clty. . .April 18. 1889 308.87
Coleman, J. ()., referee,
100 Broadway, X. V.
city Dec 8.1901 807.84
Conklln, Ella R Hunt-. .
tngton.L. I April 17,1808 893.83
Noah Davis, referee. 40
W. 50th st.. N. Y.clty .May 32,1898 64.40
Est. Wm. Moore, .Mar
garet P. Moore, oxtrl,
cio Warner 4 Thayer, S2
Wllliamst.,N. Y.ctty. .Oct. 1,1885 168.82
Est. Geo. 11. Pock. Mary
C P. Gray, admx. OTA.,
23 Proepect at., t..
Orange. N.J May 20.1904 72.82
Frothingliam ft Blossom,
trustofw. 100 Broadway,
N. V. city April 8.1878 411.47
Arthur lary. admr., 73
William st.. X. Y.clty, .Jun 0,1883 83.90
James 8. Garvin, trustee.
,28 Xostr&nd ave.,
Bklra May 33.1901 280.11
H. .1. Grant, rec'r St.
Nicholas Bonk. 34 Wall
et..N. V.C Dec. 27.1898 384.34
M. R. Hatch, 105 E. 30th,
...v.v.l!. Jan. 28.1897 81.85
James 11. Husted. no ad-. .
dress. juiy ij.jbsj wi.oa
Est. N. W. T. Hatch, r'o
Mills, Robinson ft smith. .
OCUro.vlay, X. Y.city.Sept. 6, 1SS8 80.00
In the matter of tho Xew
Amsterdam Fire Insur
ance Co., I). Caaserly,
receiver, 173 Broadway,
NL Y.clty . .Oct. 20,1887 871.83
J. W. Kimball, Ft. Cov
ington, Frank in Co., -N.
v ...Jnlr 1.1878 330.00
Mm. Estclle Melville. 200 . .
w.S7tuat., x. Y.clty.'. Jon. iw, ijsvo iuj.oi
X. Y. Sectional Elec. U11
dergrountl Co.. V. S.
Ta lor. treaa., 8 Thomas
st.. X. Y.clty TTrAug. 18, 1883 88.00
F. P. Olcott. rec. Wall St.
Ilk.. 4 W all St.. X. Y.
cltv.. Dec 18.1885 188.50'
F. P. Olcott. construc
tion a;c. 64 Wall st., N.
Y.clty Jan. 1.1890 100.00
Est. Anna Ohsowskl, 54
Wallst.,N. Y.clty July 18,1907 123.42
Park I' Ire Insurance Co.
dlildend. 119 Broadway,
X.Y.tlty Aprll28.1892 85.60
Ily Peavey ft Co., 16
University pi., X. .
city ....... . Feb. 1.1912 263.09
Ijiwrcnco X. Romage.
aub. trust e under the
Uoo. 8. W. Gulf U.K. Co.
addresa April 11, 1913 192.80
Horatio Rwsl. assignee,
St,':"'-. .April 4.1871 63 03
Rushrorttl I'cbI Water
N.Y. city Mar. 22, 18S8 139 ,2
llou. Ltsmard Hand in
tbo matter of tho San
derson Co.. C. W. Wlck
eraliam. rocr.. Court of
ho. DUt.X. July 29.1910 265 59
Sands, II. II., care W.
Shtldon Co.. 02 Cedar
it.. X. Y.clty Sept. 28. 1887 89.88
Sandy Hill yuarr:' Co ,
143 LlUrty st., X. 1.
,-ity Not. 1 1881 51.11
II. P. Sewall Est., 00
Chas. Bewail. 68 Will- ,
lamst.. N. Y.clty May It. 1898 84.77
Eilw. Solomon. Gen'l.
Guard. 719 Broadnay.
N. Y.clty June 8,1908 88.05
W. P. Tostevln, intrust,
1123 Broadway, X. Y.
rlty May 8.1897 80.88
Wall St. Bk. stockholders
dlidid.6l Wall St.. N.
'.clty Aug. 3,1893 79.00
West Superior Iron ft
Steel Co., 120 TJroad- .
way N.Y. city Aug. 8,1889 87.00
Edward Ooodenough ft
11. Daly. Jr. (ctf. dep. ,
200 Broadway, N. 1. ,-.-.,-
city Mar. 26, 1S77 119.66
Mrs. Myron Barlow. CO
Broadway. N. Y. city. . .May 2.1,1903 107.92
Est. Peter wllkens, Wm.
Brands, ex.. 3SIE. 138th
it.. N. V. city Jan. 3.1903 203.09
David E. Grossman, 320
Broadway, N.Y. city,. Nov. 10. 1003 122 00
State of Now York. County of Xew York, e.s.:
D. OLCOTT. Vlco-lhwldont, and M. FER
GUSON, Secretary of the-Cuntral Union Trust
Co. of X. Y., a trust company, located and lin
ing business in the City of New York, in said
county, being duly sworn, each for himself aays
that tho foregoing report la a full, truo and
correct statement of tho unclaimed deposits,
dividends and IntoriHt of the Central union
Trust Co. of X. Y.. made In accordance with
the provisions of Sections 134 and 219 of Chap
ter 301) of tho Hanking Law aa shown by tfio
books of said Central Union Trust Co. of X. Y.
on the first day or August, 1918.
1). OLCOTT. Vice-President.
M. FERGUSON, Secretary.
Severally KiibMTlbod and sworn o by both
deponents tho OtU day of Septenil-cr, 191S,
More mo. R. C. RoETOEII.
Seal of Notary 1 . Notary Public,
Westchester County. Certificate filed In New
York County No. 118. Now York County
Register's No. 10091. Term expires March
Report of unclaimed balances of THE
COLONIAL HANK on the first day of August.
1U1H, made hi accordanco with the provisions
or the Banking Law, Sections 134 and 219,
Namo and last known original Amount of
address. deposit. deposit.
John L. LIney, 160 West
Mlb, st., New York, N.
Y June 28,1904 884.87
8. F. Porter. 307 E. 50th
at.. New York. N. Y Dec. 38,1910 100.00
Anne Hello R an, 4 Weat
02nd st., N.Y. (1 Feb. 31,1907 72.88
A. Goldberg, 623 Amster
dam ave., New York,
N.Y April 18, 1913 1S7J0
Frank Cammanita, 243
Kait 1 tilth it., New
York, N.Y May 18, 1913 100.00
Nellie M, Chaurauk, Hotel
Cecil. X. Y.dly April 13, 1007 93.88
E. 11. Cocke, 62 Mornlng-
stde ae.. New York, N.
Y Oct. 33,1907 188.26
Max Landberg, 360 West
1 10th st., Xew York, N.
Y. .Aug. 17. 1913 103.28
Grrtmdo II. Rosenthal,
28 West 131st St., New
York, N. Y June 11,1900 126,11
Stato or New York, County of Xew York:
ALEXAXDER WALKER, President, and
GEORGE S. CARR. Caahlor of 'l'h rvdnnt.l
Hank, a hank located and doing buslnrfa In tho
iuy ot isew roric, in asm county, being duly
sworn, cacn tor nimneji aays tnat tne roregolng
report Is a full, true and correct statement of
tne unciauneu Balances oi tne saia bank made
in accordanco witb the provisions of sections
131 and 219 or chapter 35U of tho Banking Law
as shown by th Ihks.s of said bank on the first
day or August, 1HI8.
ALEXANDER WALKER, Prm't,
GUOROK S. CARlt, Cashier.
Severally sutMcribcd ond sworn to by both
deponent the 0th day or September, 1918,
IScail HIKD'K L. WILSON.
Notary l'ubllc, Xassau County,
Ccrtlflcato Mad La N. Y. County, No. 33V.
Heiiort of thn Uliclalli'nd Depoells,
THE FARMERS' LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY
nn fli. Spst riitv nf Ansnist. lOlet.
Made in accordance with tho Provisions of the Banking Law, Sections 134 and 219.
ljutt known residence or nost
office address of depositor or
Apr. 10. 1874
Sept. 19, 1914
Full name of depositor
Barling ft Clark, trustees .
Bd. Com'tee i;enterllle ft
MoraWa Albla Railroad
V.O. ........ ,. a.. .......... DV1,, HO, .000 ,w.u. cuPl. IV, AVIS
E. II. Burr, Special Ftlnd. S. uurr. Any, zm riatiron
ntd.. X. Y Anr. 21. 1909
Julius A. Candee, eiecutor.10 East 05th St., N. Y Jan. 1, 1882
Elbert crandau, Kec. u. w. .
Tracy Co 116 Broadway, N. Y. Feb. 20. 1893
(Mrs.l Morv Coleman 437 East 17th St.. N. Y. Feb. 3. 1893
Crook Mining ft Smelting
v. o. tigai cipenso xye-
nartmentl Aug. 12. 1881 100.00 Sept. 19. 1011
Jas. it. Cumlnir. Kir. Est.
Mrs. Henrietta Fuller. . .3 wan at., in. y.. June
Sept. 11. 1910
Sept. 19, 19 It
Sept. 19, 1914
Sept. 19, it 11
Mrs. Koslna Fasano 240 Elizabeth St., N. V Mar. 12,
H. L. Cutting, Jr.. I'etcr
Marie, Oeo. It. Fearing
and F. A. Otis June 18, 1880
G.W. Griffin Dept. of State, Washington,
D. C Oct. 2. 1882
Geo. J. Hallock, Recr. Est.
John Pcaae Oct. 4. 1884
Sol. L. Kaye. Ilerr. Ijidles"
Deborah Nursery ft Child
Protectory 320 East 124th St., N. Y, Aug. 21, 1897
Federico Mad en (died
9-29-1902) 6SCalvo8t., Cardenas, W.I... Sept. 22, 1890 68.61
Walter L. XJslngston. Adm.
for Anson Livingston. .. .26 Court St. (Garfield Bldg.),
Ilronklvn. S Y' Nov. 1. 1873 213.00
aict.oocn. i.vcnn!mam &
r-A,nnnMV SW 191 I fl.Nn Rt CMfairn 111 f.v 10 1fiR9 KlLt
Sept. IP. 1914
Sept. 19, lull
68.70 Sept. 19, 191 1
113.23 Sept. 19, 19U
181.99 Sept. 13, 191 (
114.83 Sept. 19, 101 1
68.61 Sept. 14, 191.1
Sept. 19. 19
Frpt. 19. 1011
Comnnnv T 132 La Salln St.. Chlcatro. III. .Mir 10. 1882
iirnry .loic, irusico lor
James Mote 82 Wall St.. N. Y Oct. 30, 1907 143.92 Sept. 14, 1911
Walter J. Price 3011 West SOth St.. X. Y Dec. 22. 11B2 80.00 Sent. 14. 191 1
James M. Reynolds Juiy 1, 1887 CO OO Sept. 14, 191.1
Chas. W. Richards. Rcc.
SImonds Mrg. Co 237 H ater St., X. Y Sept. 20, 1893 320.01 sept. 14, 1913
United States Intenia-
tlonai Commission Nov. 10, 18RO
an .amen nros Dec. 12, looo
Estate 8. G. Whoelcr c. . W. II. Haldanc, 40 Ex
change PI.. X. Y Sept. n. 1 893
Western Finance Company. 130 Wcet 4"l)i St., X. Y July 31, 1U0S
State of Xew York. County of Xew York, as.:
SAMUEL SLOAN. VlavIYesldent. and AUGUSTUS V. nCELY, Secretary of The Farm era'
Loan and Trust Company, a corporation, located and dolnp business In the City of New York,
in sold cimntv. hem? rinlv MWnrn. isirli for htmsf-tf. iuis flint thn forca-nlna- renort is A full. tin.
and corwt statement of tho unclaimed deposits, dividends and Interest nf Tnu Fanners' Ivoan
and Trust Company, made In accordance with the provisions of Sections 134 ami 219 or Chapter
369 or tho Banking Low as shown by tho liooks or said corporation on the first tiny of August. 19is,
Bcscraiiy suuscriocu anu sworn xo uv botu nt-pom-uts tno lucniy-nuiwi aay or .ugusi,
1918. before mo. It. ll. KNOX. Notary Public Westchester County.
Seal of Notary-1 Ctr. filed In Register's office. Ctf. filed In Now York County No. 244.
Ctr. filed In Itrelttrr'a oftlce. X Y. Co. Nn. lOlss Mr Cnninilssloi cstilrcs Msrch 30. 1820.
Sept. 19, 191 1
Sept. IV, 1111 1
on the flret day of August.
cecuons u-i auu .lu
Itej-ort of the I'nchlmed Depisl's, 1)1 iden ts and tnt nwt of the
GUARANTY TRUST COMPANY OF NEW YORK
1318, made In accordance with tho provisions of the Banking Law,
Last known residence or post Da'e of
office address of depositor or nrtplnal
slmrt holder dciioslt.
Hotel Manhattan, X. Y. city. .Prior to I'll I
Sept. 12, 1913
, .Xnv. 24,
293 2S Sept, 0,1914
200.98 fSept. 9, 1915
74.C8 Sept. 13, 1910
.Jan. 15. 1010 117.39
Ft.ll nsire of depositor
Illrcll lllll ItosdAss'n. ! Wall St., X. . city Jan. 12,11)13
Bislr llriv... bankrupt . rnknown. . Apr. 14, 1913
Blum, Chs-s 11 E. 70'h St., X. Y. city May 23. 190.1
Continental Imnort .V Ki.
port Co., I . Koui. Max 13 William St.. N. Y. city..
(Joutiirl, A I'., receiver. Unknown ,
Est of Jane Folev. Ueul.
J.O'Callahen.cxr. .. 142 East 29th St., X. Y. dty. .May 22, 1390
German Players, e. o.
Irving Place Theatre. .. .c. o. Dr. M. naumfeld. Irving
Place and 13th St., city : Prior to 190 1
Wm Gnibli, E. A. Chap.
man. assltrncn 44 Court St., Brooklyn May 5, 1910
Jacobus, it. or X. 1). C
Jacobus, ei 323 W. 2Sth St.. N. Y. dty. . . . rrlor to 190t
Lord. est. or BenJ.. deceased-
Thompson HI Broadway. X. Y. city.. .
Estate of X. Low 2.1 Pino St.. c. o. S. V. R.
Toansend May 0, 189
McCulloufth. ct. orPctcr.25 W. 42d St., X. Y. dty . . .Prior to 1901
McLean. JamM 3.1 Wall St.. c. o. K. Smith
I Sons 4 Co Dec. 10. 189.1
MrQuald, John '. .Ms Third Ave.. N. Y.clty ...Jan. 18,1910
Tho G P. McllenCo 111-5 Broadway, N. Y. city. .IbflO
Est. John R. Miller.
Kmma Miller, iilmv. . . 246 W. Houston St., X.Y. rity.Juno 1.1. 1891
Mott, Mrs. Jennie II. ... 10' W. 1.1th St., X. Y. city Prior to 1904
Xatlonal Waidrore Co.. 402 6th Ave.. X. Y. city Prior to 1904
Est. of Thomas Xow-
combe' . . . Unknown...
Xorton, Mrs. lura K Xo address..
Fredirlck M. Patchen vs.
Geo. H. Rofkar. asstsfnee. Unknown. . . .
Peters, Grace L 408 W. 158th St.,
Roslvn Hathlne Boat
San Antonio Mining Co..
c. o. J. P. Tourney. . . 233 Tenn St., Brooklyn . .
Est. of John Scott, Will
iam .Scott and Cora
Scott. 33 W. 88d St., N. Y. dty.,
fauiuei t. i-iiejcr. irus-
tce under Host Wyan
dotte mortgage 1 1.1 Broadway, X.Y. dt j Oct. 24, 1800 370 93 Sept. 9,1914
Troitel. Bernard 133 W. 42d St., X. Y. city. . . .I'rlor to 1901 220.56
United Stales Car Co ,
coupon ac Unknown Jan. 8,1913 97 97
Ward. Mrs. Grace 21 The Hartson.Syracuse.X.YJan. 13. 1908 8.90
W arner. Mrs. Jennie. . . Hotel Brrstln, X. Y. dtv Prior to 1904 61 9 ,
"Court order. 1Eir. deceased. ITrustce deceased, t Funds attached about 1899 not
State of Xew York, County of Xew York, as.:
WILLIAM P.CONWAY. Vlro-lT-esldcnt. and MATTHEW T. MURRAY, Jr.. Secretarv
or the Guaranty Trust Company or Xew York, n trust company located and doing buslnnw
In the city of New York. In said county, being duly sworn, each for himself bits that the fore
going report Is a full, tnio and correct statement of the unclaimed deposits, dtvldends and In
terost cf the Guaranty Trust Company or New York, made in accordance, with the provisions
of Sections 134 and 219 or I'hapter 309 of the Banking Law as shown by tho books of siUI triiNt
company on tho first day of August, 19IS.
W P. CONWAY. Vlee-Pi-esMnnf M T VirillUC T- Cm......
Severally subscril)l and sworn to by both deiwnouts the nth day of September, ItflK, be
fore mo. a. II. CHAMl'f.IN. N'otary l'ubllc
(Seal of Notary.! Westchester Co. X. Y. Certificate filed In N. Y fountv Count'
pr. 10. 1913
Prior to 1901
Jan. 0. 1900
, X. Y. dty.. .Prior to loot
5L70 ISept. 9
r.n.on Sept. o
83 80 Sept. 9
312.20 Sept. 9,1914
..Jan. 8,1910 116.55
283, Register's Xo. 9222. Commission expires Man-It
Report of tho Unclaimed Deposits. Dividends and Iutcrtstt of the
COMMERCIAL EXCHANGE BANK
OF NEW YORK
on the first day or August. 191S, made In accordanco with tho provisions or tho BAnVing Laws,
Sections 134 and 210,
, , Jst known resldenco or post Date of Amount
Full name or depositor office address of depositor or orliiinal of
or shareholder. shareholder. ilrisnlt. deposit.
Becker BroH ITnknown.. Apr -J3, 11112 $:.o el.",
(iottlelliA- ticncbl. . . .10 Stanton St , N. . Nov. u, 1907 67 oil
HartwlK. Dora 13,1 East h.1th st . N 1 Mar. 19, 1877 73.01
Jambs ft Hitter. ... .68 Wnst 12.1th st , N. Y. . ..Mar. 3, I9H.4 51. HI
Nush, 1. N ... . . .238 East S2d St . X. Y Jan. 21,lss'l 78 20
Palumbo. L . . .. 00 Second Ave , N. V Sept. 11,11104 67.0(1
Terkert ft Hlttan . . . . 47 East sth St . N. Y.. . .Jan. 11, 1 not Hi.l.tK)
Welssert. (Ml. . hi Marlon st , ,V Y. . . Aug. 10, issu l.ims
.ahn, Henry. Spec s . Slith Ave., loth SI . N. Y. . . .Jiilv 12, 100"J S0.73
State of New York. County of New York. ss.
LOUIS J. ADRIAN. Vlco'l'resliiiiit. and OEORCE KERN. Cashier, of the Commercial
Exchangn Bank, at 330 Howcrv. locaKvl ami dolnir buslnes.s in tho City of Xew York In said
county, being duly sworn, each for himself s-ijs that the foreuolng report Is a full, true and
correct statement or the unclaimed deposits, dividends aiul interest of th Commerelsl Firh.n,.
Bank. X. Y.. niado In accordanco ws. it la the provisions of Sections 134 and 219 of Chapter So
of tho Banking Law as shown by the books of Bald Commercial Exchange Hank. X. Y . on the
Sent. . 11 '
hept. , 111!
Sept. 2, 1111.
Sept. 0, till
Sept. 2. I!ll
Sept. 2, I'll .
Sept I!, lt .
Sept. 2, 11111
Sept. 4. l'J lit
lint day of August, 1018.
LOUIS J. ADRIAN. Vice President.
iii.uiiur. rvr.11.-s, i-asmcr.
Severally subscribed and sworn to by both deponents tho 3rd dav or September, 1911,
e me. HARRY ENOEL, Notary l'ubllc. Kings Co. No. 30.
I pr Notary.l Certificate fllod In N. Y. Co. No. I, Kings Co. Register's No. 9000
N . Co. ilrrtster No. 0003.
Report of the unclaimed deposits, dividends
and lilts-rest of THE INTERNATIONAL
HANK. 17 Haitery I'lico, New York, on tho
Unit day of August, 1U1K, made In necordaneo
with the provisions of the Banking Law, SacJ
Hons 131 and 210.
Full namo and lost known
residence or xxt officii Dato of Amount
address of depositor or original of
shareholder. deposit. deposit.
Chln-tao Chen, rare Chi.
nose Consulate, Now
, York City Sept. 18, 1012 J63.37
Wi E. Olson ft Co.. earn
II. W. Poabody ft Co., 17
State street. New York. July 21,1910 r,S.76
State of Now York, County of New York, as..
WILLIAM REED. Vice-President, ami
ItRYCE METC'M.F. AssUtant Cashier, of
The Internal Innal Hank, a banking corpora
tion, located anil doing hulu.s.ln the Horoiigh
of Manhattan In said county. Im-Iiik dulvaworii.
each ror hlmsclfsays that the forrgoing rcMirt is a
full, truoend correct stntenieut of the iiuclalnifst
deiMmlu, dividends and Interest of The Inter
national Bunk mado III accordanco with Hie
provisions of Sts-ilons 131 and 21' or Chapti-r
3119 of the Hanklnit Iav. ,sh shown by the buoky
of said bink on the first day or August, lull,
WM. ItF.F.l), Vice-President.
IIRVCi; METCALF. Asalsiaut Cashier.
Severally subsrrtlHxl anil sworn to by Imth
depoiientH tho Itli day of Septenilx-r, 1918,
oiore 1110. v;. i.u,ir.i. iii'itivi;.
ISral.l Notary 1'iilille.
Kings County Nn. 130. Cirtltlcato tiled In
New York County, No. 200.
Report ot the unclaimed deposits, dlrldends
sml Interest or the FIFTH AVENUE HANK
OF NEW YORK r.n tho first day of August,
1918, mado In arconlancn with tho provisions
of the Banking 1.x. Sections 134 aud 219
Full name mid last known
ritsldonco or post ofllco Date or
address of depositor or original
nasi iiniiani, also Known
as llasll 1 1 al In in Radford,
e.o Chaa. Irohman, u
Regent Street. London.
England April 17, 1913 46
Stato or ?.ew vork, County or New ork, ss
THEO. llETZI.KIl. Pnwidvnt. and W I.
CANTON. Cashier of tho l ifth Avenue Bank
of New York, a bank located and doing busi
ness In tho City of New York, In saiii county,
bolng duly awom, each for himself says that
the foregoing report Is a full, truo and correct
statement of the unclaimed deposits, dlvldinds
and interest of tho bank, made in act-onl.in?
with the provisions nf Sis-tlous 134 and Jl'J of
Chapter 300 of tho Hanking l.nw ns shonn bv
the iKioks of said balikon tho flrt tU) of vtigiiit
10IS. to tho best of his knowliste ane. Is-bef
tSisnedi TIlK.i). HE'r.l.Hli. I'l.wlient
(I. i. MIIV. ( ailuei
Severally subscribed and sorn to by bo-h,
i1esmeuts tllO bill dav of SepteinlKi- ls
Infore me 1 1! Wlv P. V MIKIillll -
sesl of Notary 1 , Notary I'nblli'
VI vv csiriicsiei . iiiiniy i n -m-aie oieii in
Vv-..- s ..-L- ,n,,i,,.. s. ii Va. -,...i, f
Itexlster a ISO. vu-'j. v- onii.ujsion ctpirrs .siarcti