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THE i SUN; -WEDNESDAY; NOVEMBER ---6, 4918.
Permanent Monthly Income of $25 can be hid for i about $3,850 Invested Id 0 share or CITIES SERVICE' PREFERRED STOCK .Cities Service Company U one of the largest and itrongett Oil and Public Utility Organization in America. Iti ttock will airord a maximum of stability. Monthly Dividends Monthly Earnings .Statements Wrlttfor Circular S. A 90 Henry L. Doherty & Company 60 Wall Street Convert Your Liberty 4 Bonds Before November 9th. Failure to do eo will prob ably result In a loss In mar ket value of about 4 points or 140.00 on cacli 1.000 bond. We urge Immediate compli ance with the government's request that the First Loan Converted 44 Honda and the Second I-oan 4T4 Donds be converted Into 4Ut bonds. Aiiott, Johnson & Co. Members New Tork Stock Exchange ,120 Broadway, N.Y. TeL Rector 4310 J.K. Rice, Jr. & Co. Buy & Sell Amrrlcan IJthograph Com. A Ifd, "nan-one rlasers-Laaky Great American Insurance "JHchta HsUand-Amerlran 8. S. James Butler I'fd. Janes Bros. Tea Cora. Klrby Lumber Com. ft TU. Ism Star tins Midland Securities Part Lobos retro team Remington Typewriter Stocks Singer Meusufartarlns J. Spencer Tomer deb. (s Texas Pacific Coal Olt Winchester Repealing 'Arms .Tale Towne Manufacturing J.K.Rice,Jr.4&Co. Phones 400 to 4010 John. 91 Wall St., N. T. L VV. Wagner & Co. ErtaUkhod 1887, CUeote HtV YORK STOCK EXCHAN08 WW YORK COTTON EXCHANGE HEW YORK ntOIXC! LXCHAMCE RY.COFFIt AKD SUCAR tlCUMX "TV ORltASJ COTTON tXCM A8CI CHICAGO BOAR.D OF TRADE CHICAGO STOCK EXCHANGE CLEVELAND ITOCK EXCHANGE kMLvrOU CRUISER" COMXEKl 5T LOOl MERCHLNTS EXCHANGE VHLWAWU CSAMBa'CCSlUERCE Mtmberi 1 JSNewSfreet cfiZ?) New Yrk ' Bonds Our Statistical and Bond Service is at the disposal of bond Invest ors. Call, 'pnorie or write for in formation. HUGHES, & DIER Stocks fiends Grain uhn I Pblts. Stork Eichsnf Chicago Board of Trad 50 Broad St., New York i Telephone. Broad 12SIS-4-S. Dirtet Priwte Wirtl. Bonis for, Investment Harris, Forbes & Co lit. Street, Corner WilUaa NEW YORK Liggett & Drexel ! Mrmberi JVnc York biocx exchange conservative investments 61 Broadway New York Beaton Philadelphia Buffalo STANDARD O I L WEEKLY x SUMMARY ON STANDARD OIL ISSUES WILL BE MAILED TO INVESTOR" ON BEQUEST. CARLH.PFORZHEIMER&COd TOone UW-1-2-3-4 Broad. SS Broad BL, N. Y. Special Circular on OILS Mailed on Request Douglas Fenwick & Go. 34 Wall St., N. Y. Tel. John 4220 Utah Securities y Corp. 6s, 1922 FREDERIC H, HATCH & CO. I'hsns Hector 6340. ,1 Broadway, New Tork Private telephone to Boston. FOR convenient method of purchasing Odd Lots of Stocks, send for Booklet 8-3). Ifoartgborne jjVcnbta Jfaneers .v. r. flee Jtxeasass J WALL STREET TEL. 4aW K ECTOR Marti A, Noble Theodore O. Con, In NOBLE & CORWIN ti Broad St. New York Great American Insurance RIGHTS- TeleasWae I II I Ilroad II U S. REEXPORTS TO REACE $100,000,000 Xatlonnl City Bank Predicts Gain of 936,000,000 Over Last Year. The United States Is likely to become avwortd clearing- house for merchandise after the war, according to a statement Issued Monday by thb foreign trade department of the National City Dank, which estimates that the merchandise reexported In the current year will total 1100,000,000, as contrasted with 64,000, OOOJn 1317, J6tf.O00.00O In 1316 and J38, 000,060 In 1013, tho year prior to the war. Up to tho war period the growth In reexportation ot foreign merchandise had been slow, the total value of foreign merchandise reexported from the United -States having been 110,000,000 In 1T, tl3.000.000 In 1SS9, 22.000,000 In 1899. 127,000,000 In ISO and $36,000,000 In lSUj Then began the rapid advance, and .In 1918 the total will approximate and perhaps cross the $100,000,000 line. The total for the nine months ending with September, 1018. U -71.-94.49$. against f 13,405,445 In the same months 0' l17, 7oodstuffs am manufacturing ma jrials are tho chief articles in which this Increase' in recxnortatlon of foreign I merchandise occurs. Itlce, corn, wheat. tobacco, fruits, flsn, fresh beef, tea. beans, and peas show a large Increase In reexportation. So have also certain manufacturing materials, especially sisal, leaf tobacco, raw silk and pig iron, ur rico chiefly from Japan the quantity re exported Jn thi seven months of 1918 was 60,OOOCoTo pound, valued at $3,984, 000, against 14,272,000 pounds, valued at $308,000, In the corresponding period of 1914, all of which preceded the war. Tapioca, brought largely from the Latin American countries, shows a tre mendous Increase In reexportation, the figures for the seven months of 1918 being $1,917,000. nsaJnst $20,000 In the corresponding months of 1914. Coepanut mcnt or copra, brought chiefly from the Philippines and other Pacific Islands, showed a total of 282.UUU pounds In the seven months of 1918, against only 190 pounds In the corresponding months of 1914. Fish reexported In the seven months of 1918 aggregated $1,170, 000 in value, against $168,000 In the corresponding' months of 1914. In manufacturing material there are a few articles showing increases, but In a very large proportion of cases the re exportation In 1918 is materially less than that of 1914. this being due of course to the very large demands or manufacturers here for manufacturing materials. Of wool the reexportation In the seven months of 1918 Is but 477.000 pounds, against 3,499,000 in the same months of 1913. white of tin the quan tity reexported In the seven months of 1918 Is but 515,000 pounds, against 1,- 819,000 pounds' In the same months of 1914. Raw silk, chiefly from .Japan, shows a material Increase in 1918 when comparod with 1914 both In quantity and value, the stated value of raw silk exported In the seven months of 1918 being $2,637,000. against $338,000 in the same months of last year." In India rub ber there Is a marked Increase, the to tal reexported In the seven months of 1918 being 5,579,000 pounds, against S9S.O0O pounds In the same months of 1914, while of hides tho total quantity reexported In the seven months of 1918 was 4.422,000 pounds, against 3,001.000 pounds In the corresponding months of 1914. Coffee and ' coca, chiefly from Latin America, show a marked increase In the' quantity reexported, the total Quantity of foreign coffee exported In the seven months of 1918 having been 25,663.000 pounds, against 6.133.000 In the same months of 1914, and of cocoa 7,188,000 pounds, against 2,100,000 In the same months of 1914. BOURSE TRADING QUIET. Three Per Cent. Itentrs (tooled 02 Francs for Cash. P,.Td Vni- r. Tmillni. nn ,V. - Hah... to-day wus quiet. Three ier cent, rentes were quoted at 62 francs for cash. Exchange on London was at 26 francs 5V4 centimes, and the new 5 per cent, loan at 87 francs 55 centimes. 75,000 ASK FOE 8 HOUR DAY. Clothing; Workers Merle to Provide Places for Ilrtarnlnsr Soldiers. Demands for an eight hour day In order to provide places for soldiers and sailors who nrn members of the union at the close of the wnr were made yes terday by 75,000 men and women em ployed here In tho men's clothing In dustry, both civilian and military. Fif teen thousand workers In the children's clothing Industry are already on strike for tne enforcement of similar demands. All are members of the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America. According to Sidney Hlllman, pros! dent of the union, the campaign for an eight hour day and a 20 per cent, wage increase will bo extended to Boston Chicago, Philadelphia, Rochester, Balti more, Cleveland and other cities as soon as tho controversy Is settled here. The extension of the demands to In elude the men's clothing Industry was made public In a letter from President Hlllman to Dr. William Z. Hlpley, ad ministrator of labor for army clothlnc. who li seeking to ond the strike. In answer to me suggestion mat the dim culty be submitted to arbitration Hill. man urged Dr. Itlpley to bring about a conference with tho American Men's and Hoys' Clothing Manufacturers As soclation. 2,000" RAH TICKETS SOLD. Chicago Opens Consolidated Offlce With Hash or Trade. Chicago. Nov.' 5 More than two thousand railroad tickets were sold. It was stated, as the result of the first day's business of the consolidated ticket offlce established by the Uplted Slates Railway Administration and opened to the publl- yesterday. Tho offlce Is In two parts, one handling the railroads Hast and Pouth, and the other the west ern business. Fourteen lines are repre sented In the east-south offlce and elgh. roads In.the western. There are 163 employees In the double offlce, 0. C. Clark, manager of the cast south offlce. stated to-day he expected to do a tuslnesa of $10,000,000 annually, and U tr. McCormlck. manager of tin western offlce, estimated that his depart ment would tako In at leant $8,000,000.. Steam Plant flnrvey Ordered, Delos V. Cooke, State IMcI Adminis trator, has authorized n survey of the power and heating plants of New Tork to determine what plants can mbstltute FOcal!ed steam grades of coal for the larger sixes of anthracite, known (is do mestic sites, This survey Is being made by the engineers of (he commiinltv, un der the supervision of C. A. Graves, Ad rnlnlstratlve engineer. There Is In each county n committee to whom the cm:!, ncer repott. The chairmen of the rounty committees nru Charles a 1'lj'nn, Now York; L. It. I.isfe. KInjm; L. ('. u Smith, Queens ; A, II. Hall, Bronx ; Hob. ert Btanley, Richmond Comparative Table of New York City Banks (Complied for The Bcn by Clinton Gilbert, 3 Wall r . Name,-,, America. American Rtebsnte (K). Atlantic NM'I (A) Ilatterr I'ark (D) (1).,,. Itowrry , Broadway Central Ilrons Natlonel. Ilronx llormigb Bryant Park Hatchers Drovers Chant National Chatham Jk I'bentx A.OOO.OOO l.OOO.OOO 400.O0O 2SO.OIHI 100.000 200.000 1AO.OOO 200.000 300.000 10.000.000 ttI4.MII, OOO Chelae. Eirhansp 400.000 t-nemicai .-xatKnui n.ooo.ooo CHIens Nations!... a.ASO.noo City National.. t33.000.ooo Coal tc Iron 1,000 000 Colonial (121 AOQ.OOO Columbia (2) I.COO.Ooo Commerce. SS.000.OCO Commercial Exchange (C) . . . . 200.000 CommonwciHIi (II) 400.000 Continental IE) (3) l.ooo.ooo Corn Exchsmre, 3.KOO.000 Ka.t Illvrr .National.. 240.00O Hflh A Venn-(I) 300.000 Pfftb National 2 JO OOO Flint National (L) 10.000.000 tlarneld Nations! 1.000.000 (lotham National aoo.000 Oreenvlch .voouo Hanover National .l.lho.OOO llarrunsn National. 1,000.000 Importers Traders. J,.vx.000 Irving National (S) 4..U)O,0Ot Liberty National 3,000.000 I Incoln National 1,000,000 Manhattan Co. (Ill (6) 2.1OO.000 Meehanirs Metsta n.ooo.ooo Merchants National. 2.000.000 Metropolitan .. ; 3,000,000 Mutual. 200.000 New Netherlands.. 200.000 New Vork County (7) 1,000.000 New orlc N,.n. A 3.000.000 Carlrlc Bank (M) aoo.ooo Park National S.OOO.000 Peoples Ust'k 200.000 lrorfucr Exchange tlnk 1 .000.000 Public National (8) "N).ono Peaboanl National 1,000.000 second Nstloi.al l.ono.ooo "hrrman National (0) oOO.ono State Hank (10) 2. 000. OOO Twnty-thlrrt Ward 200.1100 I'nlon Exchange 1,000.000 "a.hlnrton Height' 1 00.000 torkiille (II) .. 200.000 Nme. Capital. Hankers $ll.2.ntoo0 Sept. iimnkirn 1.300 000 Cnntrsl-L'nion (F) 12.6oO.noo Columbia 6,000.000 Commercial 600.000 Empire (13) 1.600.000 Knultalite 6,000.001) Farmsrs Loan and Trut Co... S.000.000 Fldelltr i.ooo.ooo FranJIIn . ... i.ooo.ooo Fulton.. 300.000 Guaranty , 2S.ooo.ooo Hamilton . 600.000 Hudson.. 600.000 Irvine ((I). 1,300.000 Kin County . .... .100.000 Iawjtts Title and Trut 4.000.000 Lincoln. l.ono.isjo Msnufarturrra (I) I.OOO.OOO V errant lie Tr. and Dep. Co.. . 1,000.000 Metropolitan.... ,. 2. 000.000 Mutual Tr. of Westchester. . .. 300,000 New York Trust 3.000.000 New York Life Ins. and Tr.. . l.OOO.OOO Peoples Tniat 1,000.000 Queen County ... 600.000 xndliMTian. 1.000.000 Title (luarantee and Tru . . . 6.000.000 Transatlantic . 700,000 tinned males. 1T. 8. Mortmse and Tnut. 3.000,000 . 3.000.000 WestcbesterTru.it.. . .. 300,000 'Inrludra extra dividend. JDoes not Include dividend on National City Company. I Does not Include (Imire of ChaAe Securities Corrpanv. A) Declared quarterly dividend or SH per cent. Octnher, 1918. (II) Special dividend of 23 per cent, drrlarul July, 1918. (C) Formerly (ierman Exrhsngo Hank. (D) Formerly Herman! Hank. (E) Formerly Herman American. (F) Merged Jure. 1018, Certral Union Trunt Cos. (O) Formerly Broadway Trust Co. Absorbed Market X Fulton National Dank February. 1018. (ill rewuary. ivi auMenen iisiuc ni lerropoiut. (Ij June, 1018, ahnorbed West 8ldr Hank ji inriune one-trira snare irving -rm.t 4 ) Declared dlrld-nd or 5 una 2 extra October, 1018. memoes aiviaenri rirst iecnniies vo. Declared 3 per cent, extra dividend October, 1018. (N) Now nuntel dollars per share. (O) Iurrhsed hv Clmtham and Phenlx National Executor 1 Trustee Chartered 1822 The Itoners' Loan-and Trust Company Nos. 16, 18, 20 & 22 William Street Branch Office, 475 Fifth Avenue At Forty-firBt New Foreign London Auministrator Member Federal Beterre Bank' Our bond offerings for November include the following; U. S. Government and Federal Land Bank Bonds yielding up to 4.55 ; Municipal Bonds yielding up to 5.20 ; Railroad Bonds yielding up to 7.20 ; Public Utility Bonds yielding up to 7.75 ; Short Term Notes yielding up to 7.75. Scvcnty-two securities arc listed in our current circu lar, and twelve of them are described in some detail. A copi Mil be furnllUei upon reqveit lor Circular AD 1 The National City Company Main Office National City Bank Building Uptown Office Filth Avtnut & 43rd Strt.et Cotrttfonitnl Open in TkirlyoM Cilin Bonds ELECTIONS ANtr MEETINGS. THE nUOOKLVN UNION OA COMPANY, 17S Item sen turret, llrooklyu, N. Y, NOTICE IS HBHUnV.GlVEN that ths Annual Meeting of the Stockholders of T1IK ililOOKl.VN UNION GA-1 COMPANY will be held at ths office of tho Company, No. Ill rtemstn Street, llrooklyn, N. Y on TUESDAY, NOVEMUKll ltlh, 1SII. at 3:00 o'clock P. M., for the election of Di rectors and tho transaction of such other builness ss may be brought beforo .the meeting. ttock transfer booka of the Com. pan? will be closed on Saturday, October SStli. 1918, at Noon, -sind reopened on Wednesday. November 1Mb, 1911, at 10 o'clock A. M. HENIIY 13. McGOWAN, Secretary. TJIVIDENI)-) AND INTEIIKST. THE nUCKEYE PIPE LINK COMPANY. New York. October SO, 111. A dividend of Two Dollars per ihsre has been declared on the Capltc! Stock of this Company, pavabls December II, ItlsT to stockholders of record al the rloao of butlnt'ss November 23. lull, All votnmunlniilni.s reaardlng psyment or change of addr.'.a should be suit to the I unuersiineo not isier inan D'reinDer 7, mi. UEOllQU CHEUIiUIlO', Secretary. New York City Banks. fiurptu' leprall State Hanks Bute Hank Aug.at, 1918 , Auk.3I.10IH , . Nal'l llsnks Surplus Nat l Hank Deposit fapiul Sept. 10. 1018 Pent. II. 1917 Sopl. 10. IOIsBept.tl,lIS tl.5nO.OIX) S0.7Ci.SOO n.T06.2U0 t4l,44.VMxl S30.IID3.7OO 0,001.400 a.G7I.aOO lM.101.t-1 1 14,241,000 0O.VIO0 872.200 17,130,100 JV.044,400 P.430.HOO M,0.IA.2un 4,h0.VOO0 4 271.KOO 1,554.700 1.J-7..10O I.H3.20O 1.B7H.40O rw son 819.300 40,500 221,400 7I.AO0 I43.40O 4SI.DOO e 17.200 14.400 238.000 38.300 133.300 77.800 12.023,800 800 04,600 8,883.200 2.081.200 48,377,400 877 POO 033,200 2.372.400 2.1D.VO00 2,ieu.(iOO I.R3A.NOO lai.IOO 2.S3I.200 2,448.200 398.14(1.800 30l,43.7OO 01.iril.8OO 7B.704.000 4.380.400 :t.e;e.ioo iz7,aoo 0. M7.B0O 3. K14.VOO C2.872.400 074.700 1.081.8OO M3.SOO 33.743.300 880.400 A40.30II 0J7.4OO 8.274.U10 7B.100 2.373.300 IOA 800 31,1811.000 1. DSB.OOO 210.800 I.474.S00 17,478.400 1.284.VOO 7.843.000 fti"2S.20O 4. am. 70o v a.ooo.eoo 7,227,700 11,028.300 2.743.300 2.370.000 02,700 IPS.fOO 38I.POO A.374,800 1.0S8.7nO 1 7.023.ROO S.17,'00 1.17J.20O 1 002,700 X724.80O 4.011,100 1 8.1.800 493.200 133.300 1.SB2.200 M0,2tK) 698.400 72.128.000 A4.0O0.8O0 22.214.171.124.0OO 33,838.200 0OV.337.3OO 602.280.400 13,382,400 11,973.0011 ll.320.S0O 10,173 300 14.OIA.3THI 10.l24.lmi 073.000 20.881. 400 391,470.000 2IA,7U2,tOOl 81R.&0O A,H1,W0 A.027,IOO 701.300 7.421.801l N.rKi:t.3m 803,3110 lO.r.CtlK) n,(i02.ICO ,344.700 ,.,, ii. jAi,nin,m,j .IO'..WO 3.882,000 I8.n07.n00 I8,484,.',00 0.089.00 0.704. HOO 70.000 2.320.700 429.800 27.004.100 1.329.300 24.40O 1.344, OIK) 1(1.924,700 89.1,200 7,738.700 4,770.200 4,221,800 1,088,800 8.312.100 10.S21.800 3.833.OO0 2.0M.20O 490.300 200,100 873. roo fi.24.1.(K)0 11,4f4,UUO 2.U,On,7UO lU.88U.Ztai 11.22O.O0O n.4ltl.MX( 3.378.300 I8.301,;i00 142.037,100 28,034,718) 20,034,700 111,833,400 71.570,100 30.402,400 01,370,300 187.729.000 34.701 .000 39.723,200 0.000,700 4.S1B.0O0 10,353,000 41,431.200 14,844.000 176.438.200 34,203.000 32.757.30(1 112,274,700 75,674.3(11) 18,440.600 53 078.100 180,038,000 30.0t,700 24,003.700 8.308,700 4.713.200 10,404,000 31.697.600 11,IA0,OO 174.004.700 3.7.23,100 2.1.673.000 1 7,301,000 67.000.000 17.0 1 0.200 4.30.80O 27,103.700 3.40,200 13.203.MI0 2,103.300 8,182,600 1 .01 7.O00 10.4U7.70O 17.134.800 168.018.000 480.300 4.337,.V)0 080.80O 823,200 3.310.300 3 879.000 1.12.300 418,000 143.700 1,184,100 438.200 544,100 23.011.800 27.173.100 4B.768.20O 1 -..770.700 .-.M8.O00 33.187.20O 1.0H3.I0O I3.ros.40t) 2.349,300 S. 847.000 New York City Trust Companies. 8urplu Rurplu Denn.lt Depolt 10. 1918 Sept. 8. 1917 8ept. In. 1(118 8ept. 8. 101 813.822.600 SlS.383.9OOS257,IIN,200 1 284.770..10O 3. 1152. 70) 34.23,100 33.373.KOO -1 7.3O3.00O 0 805.400 129.200 1.611.100 14.208.100 11,438.800 1 .201.800 1, 143,000 030,600 27,084.600 l.ll?8.800 .VW.700 1.000.000 2.703.2O0 .1,199.600 300.600 775.700 088.800 4.402.30O 73.069 10.663.300 4.336.200 1 333,000 1.17.000 l,03.f,00 11.871.000 4S0.400 1.04(..-XI 211.U7U.2UU 0.612.bOO 89.28V100 184.477,100 07.30.1.400 4,?82,00 ll.IO8.6OO 1U4. 3.11,600 173.016,100 11,301.40(1 21.168.000 0.1 37.0OO 60S.I20..()1) l.f0.2() 5.000,800 29.82.000 24,07. 400 18,077.600 14,623.200 14,384.000 .1.822.800 6 0O.4OO 2,009.082 76.26(),61l 32.204.WK) 20.874 .600 2,734 .800 8.734.100 3I.383VPOO 6.343.300 R6,063,lf) 77,709,800 3.220.433 134.3011 6.O70.30O 1.531.100 12.907,700 13.412,100 1,107.400 1,187,100 3I7.40H 38,67.200 126.96.36.1990 342.000 I. 132.MXJ 2.841. SOO 6,104,3(8) 6.13.300 416.20O 521,700 4,404.600 36,311 II. M0.0O0 3,472.300 I.353.20O 104.400 1,336.700 13.1.14.000 463,400 14.681,100 4, 432. OOO 223,078 43.648.300 200,273.700 181,719.0lO I0.738.10O 10,806,300 8,161.8181 S70.321.2OO 7.61(0.700 .1.520.300 41.247.800 21.116.600 16.120.1(10 1fl.06H.IOO 20,816,100 11.032.700 37,372 .300 1,780,388 62.27P.4O0 21.707,200 27.420.300 2,812,300 25.101.200 20.M7.700 6.367.O0 44,777.100 03,821.000 3.04I.09C 14.403.200 4.592.400 W.Sdl (1) Capital Increawd n tl.SOO.ono July, 1018. (2) f'apltAl Inrrra.ed fmm tlOO.OOO Jinu.irv. 101S. (3) Capll.il lnrreae'l fmm S76O.00O April, 1018. (4) Capital Inrn-aMd from $100 000 June, 1018. (5) Capital lncroaed Imm S4.ooo.ooo June, 1917. (6) Capital tnereaeed from S2.030.O0O Kebniary, 1018. (7) Capital lncriert from 600.ooo January, 1918 (81 Capital Inereav! to 31.000.000 8eptemler. 1018. (01 Capital Increased from S300.O00 November, 1017. (10) Capital Increased from SI, 300.000 AilKuat. 1018. (11) Capital Increwd from SI 00.0(H) July, 1018. (12) Capital IntToased from S400.000 Auxu.l. 1017. (13) Capital about to t Increatrd to J-.'.0O0,0X). ompany. Septemhcr. 1918. Street York Exchange Paris Guardian and New Tork Olearini; Home November Investments Short Term Notes Acceptances ELECTIONS AND MEETINGS. Electrical Securities Corporation. 71 Ilroaditay. NEW YOHK, October J6th. lilt. Notlcs Is hereby given that the Annual Meeting of the UtocKholders of the Klec trlcal Pecurltlea Corporation will be held at tho nenrs of the Corporation, at 71 Broad way, In ths City of New York, N. Y on Wednesday, ths ltlh day of November, ltll, at twelve o'clock noon, for ths pur pose of electing directors and for the trans action of such olher business as may prop erly come before the mectlnr. Ths polls will rsmaln open from litis P, M. until 1:10 P. M. of said day. Transfer booka will be closed at the cloae of business on November 2nd, ISIS, and will reopen at 12 o'clock noon on November 14th, 1VU. IV. T. KAUFMAN. Pecretsry. Electrical Securities Corporation 71 Krosdway, NEW YORK, N, Y October :t, 1911. Notice Is hereby given that a special meeting of the stockholders of ELECTRI CAL --ECUUITIES CORPORATION will be held at ths offlce of said Corporation, at 71 Broadway, In lha Borough of Manhat tan. City of Nw York, on the ltlh day of November. 1911, at 11:10 o'clock In the forenoon, for the purpose of ronalderinr I and acting upon the question of reducing the number of directors of said Corpora Hon from seventeen lo eleven. Uy order of ths Board of Directors. W. T. KAUVM-AN, fiscrttuy. and Trust Companies. St.) , 5ept. Hook value Nov, 4. 101" 1917 I9IA 1BI7 DMJenda Uld.AsVnl.BI'I.Atked. 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SO 200 . . . 260 276 240 260 290 300 170 180 . . 873 010 02.1 073 391 40.1 420 4.10 130 140 130 140 23 21 Q-J 32Q-.i 4.1 J-D 16 Q-J 20 Q-J '.10 J -J 24 Q-J 7 J-J Russian Currency Russian Gov. Bonds Mexican Currency Mexican Gov. Bonds Bought Sold Quoted ALFRED R. RISSE 66 Broadway, N. Y. Rector 1655 LIBERTY BONDS BOUGHT FOR CASH All Issues and Denominations Bought at Stock Exchange Prices DIDRICHSEN & CO. TeL John II74-5-4-7. 14 Tins St.. N. T. NOTICK. OFKH K OF T1IK CNION TIllhT COMPANT OF PlTT.SHrK4ill, TIll'HTKE. rittahurah, I'ennajltanlsv. Notice to Holders of New Vork Milpbulld Inr Cornorutlon Flrt Mortsase Ihlrtt. lrar File Per Cent. Mnklna fund (iold Hands, dated November 1, ll, due November 1, 1 046. Pursuant to Section 1 nf Article Four of jllio Morlcase of the New Vork Khlpbultd , Inc Corporation tu Tim L'nlon Trust Com- Ipany of l'lttuburgli. Trustee, dated No vember 1, 1 y 1 6, bei-urluc Its first Mort-s-ate Thlrty-Yeir I'iie )'er Cent. Hlnklnu" Kund Uold IlonJn. the undersigned Trustc I hereby slvea nolle, that the bonds of such ' isaue will be. purchased by the Tru.tce for I the. Slnklnc Kund provided In said mort- ssce, to an amount sumcletit to exhaust. One Hundred Klchtr-seven Thousand five Hundred (IlilT.vOO), belne (he moneys now held by It In such Slivklng i'utid. Thi Truateo hereby Invites from the. bondhold ers offers for the sile to It on NOVKMHKIt -5, 1K18, of such bonds As provided In said Mortgage, sueh onri shitll In each case be for all or nny part of the bonds art offered. Ths lowest offers to the Rgffre gate amount not exceeding nn amount suin clent as nearly at ntsv be to exhaust such moneys now held, In the Sinking Fund will be accepted, provided that Ibe price or prices aCLrpled will In no event exrecd. In addition to accrued Interest, one hundred two and one-half per centum (loSHft). As soon us may be, on or after November II. 1918. the undersigned Trustee mil notify bondholders whoai offers sre ac cepted, eo that delivery of tho bonds covered by such ncceptnnce. may be madu lo the Trustee at !t omte In Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, on November !i, Kit. All ofTers must be In writing, be enclosed In sealed envelopes, slate the number or numbers of the iKinds offered, and name the price or prices at which the same are offered. . Alt offers must be received at the, office of the Trustee on or before noon of No vember IS, 1SIJ. TUB t'NION TRUST COMPANY OK PITTSllt'Hdll, TKUSTED. Pittsburgh. Pa.. November I, 131 S. INSTHl'CTIOX LANGUAGES. Learn LANGUAGES the Berlitz School MtnhiUan-28-30 West 34th Street Brooklrn Z18-Z20 Urinfiton Slreel By the Berlit Method students learn not only to read and write, but also to UNDER. STAND and to SPEAK the forcipi languages. TRIAL LESSON FREE Terms may be begun at any time. roll HOYS ANI YOUNG .MEN. REGENTS PREPARATORY COURSES EVENINGS. Send for new Uulletln giving dalea of ex aminations, aubjucts required for the vari ous Qualifying Certificates and outline of training necessary. Nsw clai, furmlnr. tlld SI. V. VI. C. A.. 81,1 W. id St.. N. V. IIOTII HEXES. WOOD'S DL'SINEMS HTiinni. niTU AYE. ANJJ USUI EI, LIVE TOPICS D. S. MAY CONTROL WOOL AFTER WAR Men in Trndo Sec Many Bene fits if This Is Authorized. frtcial lietpateh to Tite Sctf. Washington, Nov. 6. Prospects of tho War Industries Board exercising control over wool for a year or so after Jhe cioslnc of peace are being discussed here, nnd tho opinion seems to lie mat such control would be beneficial. It could bo given to the board by act of Congress. It has been learned from authoritative sources hero that tho Government will take tho entire 191S clip. I There had been much discussion conckrnlnff what might be dono with any part of the clip that the Government did not purchase. Manufacturers who havo advanced money to wool growers expecting to bo repaid from tho high prices the latter have been receiving have been worried recently liocause of the possibility of a sharp break in wool prices. Some of them have contended they should be protected from losa by the Government. Information ha been trained, however, that the Government will nccept no responsibility in such In stances. It Is not now thought likely, though, that with tho project of Gov ernment control prices will decline ma terially. Draft Intension litis Creditors, Wholsalers and manufacturers whore claims against small retail merchant who havo been drafted are prevented from being collected by the .soldiers and eallora moratorium act foresee a greater monetaj-y loss by the extension of tho draft. They are complaining, according to credit men, that their rights in the prcmiacH should be protected. Many small amounts put in the hands of collection agencies by creditors of small merchants have been found to be uncollectible because of the law and the creditors have charged them to profit and loss. Favorable Action Expected. fl-tcial Dttpatch to Thi Sc8. Baltimore. Nov. G.--.ctlon Is to be taken by the United States Senate and House to prevent any sudden drop In mercantile prices which might follow the coming of peace. It Is understood lierp. An appeal to provide an amendment to tho new tax bill now pending before Congress which wilt protect the In vestor In merchandise has been laid beforo the Government by the Baltimore Clearing House and It is believed Is being favorably considered. Replies giving assurances that efforts will bo made to carry out the plan have already been received from Claude Kltchln, chairman of the Ways and Means Committee of the House, nnd from (Maryland Representatives. Interest In Labor Conferences, Important discussions between labor men and manufacturers .In the dress goods nnd allied Industrie arn scheduled ' for this month. One which will probably ' V. - n,, , ., n.f.u ... I , . any other will be the conference be tecn the Dress nnd Waist Manufac turers Association and the International I-adlcs Garment Workers Union, which ' will come about November 21. That , differences will be amicably adjusted is I the general belief. Conferences are to be held also be tween tho union and the Wrapper and j Kimono Manufacturer. Association, and demands alro probably will be made on the children's dress manufacturers. Preparations for new demands on the cloak and suit men are being prepared by the union, but It will likely be n month or more before they come up for dlrcusslon. Search for Substitutes for Wool. FiHcial Dttpateh to Tnx Srx. Philadelphia, Nov. 5. Scarcity of wool yarn is causing manufacturers to look for mib.tltute. One of the most recent which has been p'ut on the market la a yarn made of the hair of the llama. South American animal. It Is said to be admirable for tho making of sweaters. Many dealers In worsted yarns are complaining because their field is being ln....lul V, . - T -.. 1 1 .. 1- . . r . ' Vv-h ,1,.!, i,. . I . . , I' .While their business Is curtailed by uovernment resirictions HrltlMi ex porters, who are protected In a measure by the British Government, are nnillng It comparatively eary to establish them selves In the trade which tho Americans are IoMng, the latter ay. Tell of German Interference. German Interference with the American cotton export trade to Brazil has been brought to the attention of Washlncton officials according to advices from Charles It. Flandreau, the Washington representative of tho American Manu facturers Kxport Association. Many Amerlcnn Arms are said to have re ceived Instructions from South American customers to cancel their orders since German agents havo recently underbid them. Government officials consider the can. cellntlon of the orders a great Joke on i-aun .merican ouycrs. ss It Is well understood In this country that Germanv h8 no possible chan.-c of fulfilling such contracts, as she has been nractteailv bare of cotton products or raw materials since June, 1915. Will Tell SoiHh Unlet- Sheep Sptdal Dtipatch to Tag Scsr. Savannah, Nov. B. The convention of Southern landowners to be held In this city November 11 nnd 12 will be addressed by A. C. Illgelow. president of tne i-nnaneipnia wool nnd Tcxtllo Asso ciation, who will point out the linnnV tance to the South of the development of mi- eueep raising industry. The convention Is to be held under the Jslnt auspices of the Southern Settlement and Development O.-ganlratlon, thp cm Over I-and Department of the Southern Pine Association of New Orleans, the Georgia Land Owners Association the Florida Cattle Tick Kradlcatlon Com mlttec and tho North Carolina Land Owners Associations. Shoe Show Called Off. Sptcial Despatch to Tub Scr. rtociiESTEn, Nov. G With styles In shoes practically eliminated by Govern ment order, there will bo no' nccesst for the annual nhoe show here this -winter, and announcement of Its calling off has been made. As the Government placed no restrlc lions shoes turers, bllltles cnorgles expor NKWAnK. Nov. 5. Sweater iiiAnlif.no. turera think that Government resula- fr exne. , COl" of i CHIC'" GO-Mar,hll Tleld A c , i ..li-Cayrslle and Stanton els.- fire for export trade many manufac- ! 11..A1Y ... "'i. . Mr. . in street " v.... believing they see belter mui. wn,r. ii.ii . !,', " , ' r'!-'?.-. !: 1:133134 Broadway; unknown... In this line, are devotion- tl,ir Mlsa M. Eaa-an irttall etAA.. 'V. 'i . --' lector st. at-.d Trinity pla..e; to developing a larse stock for ' ."."'!.'. . .. "u ' 2:3-- 's7 d .'iTV.VA ' Purposes. I aid SquaTe Hotel "MK 1 '?: unknown: i!! "iTrdipl ! DETROIT Heyn's Buzaar Co. A II Mn' i-," "V: u"kn"n, Tnfl u' Vwealer lien 0.(ra,tr, Pchwsrti (ribbons, fancy goodt. ieitl'.'rl ' "!',-1 Am",r,1"ri '; bill- FprrM Dr.potcU to T...1 Scn. cardJ: laein?.' iSXXX?"?- ! V-lTif av n. . .Tr-'flnJ -aTaTaSa W .Java OF THE COMMERCIAL WORLD lions will not hurt their business). While, they, do not expect sweaters without collars, belts and other ornamentations which have been banned by the wool restrictions to bo popular,- they have planned to obviate this curtailment by using other materials than wool for tlieso purposes. fibres are expected to be used to a great extent. Aak That rresenf llule Continue. Ipecial Dttpateli to Tux Bos. Washington, Nov, 5. The 10 o'clock- opening of business houses may be con tinued here for another six months. The district commissioners have requested it ro that the traffic cohgeatloh, 'which Is cxnecled 'to be more arrrravated 'than ever "tfurlns the cold weather, may be relieved. S Buyers in the City. Men's Furnishings. BALTIMORE Stuart. Keith & Co. P. B. Eleld (manufacturers overalls, drawers, work shirts), lie Church at.; Hold Col llngwood. PROVIDKNCEr-Manufacturers Outlet Co. J. Samuels (men's clothing), 12V West 82d St., room 1410. Millinery. BOSTON S. llubln (millinery goods, 4c), Hotel Somerset. BOSTON P, tllnsburg (millinery goods, Ac). Hotel Orexorlan. DALLAS Dealers Mercantile Co. D. IJ. Cshn (millinery), (.21 Iiroaawsy; Hotel llrolzell. HARTFORD llrown, Thompson Co. Miss C U Kennedy (millinery), 220 l'lfth ov.i Hotel Wslllck. Piece Goods. BOSTON W. Taylor (piece goods, 4c), Park Avenue Hotel. BOSTON L. Caplan (dry goods, Ac), Broadway Central Hotel, DETROIT W Lawrence (piece goods), Holland limits. NORTH ADAMS', MASS. It. Manh (dry goods, Ac), Hotel Latham. PHILADELPHIA Zubrow Bros. 8. Zu- brow (dry goods). Hotel York. WORCESTER, MA8S. W. Stanley (dry goods. Ac), Hotel Latham. BOSTON M. Rosenfleld (piece goods). Ho- tel Cumberland. CHARLESTON, S. C W. Trlngle (dry food. Ac), Holland House. ICAUO C. A. Levy (piece goods). Her ald Square Hotel. CLEVELAND 8. Knoll A Co. B. Knoll (manufacturers dress-si. Hotel Broxtell. INDIANAPOLIS O. Efroymsoa (dry goods, cA.), care 42 Leonard st NORFOLK. VA. I. Schugman (dry gooda), Hotel Gregorian. PHILADELPHIA M. Belnhelmer (piece goods), Hotel Colllngwood. CHICAGO J. McCarthy (piece gooda), Hotel Longacre. HOLYOKE. mass. It. Cray (dry goods, Ac), Hotel Cumberland. ROCHESTER J. Knopf (pfee goods). Hot. I Latham. ST. LOUIS L. stelner (piece goods). Ho tel Broxtell. WASHINGTON C. Franks (dry goods, Ac). Herald Squars Hotel. WORCESTER, M ASS. B. Schultx (plSCS goods). Hotel Brasllru Heady to Wear. ASnUJir PARK I. Berger fready to wear), care nf Hregman A Dre) spool, 1161 Broadway. ATLANTA- Smith A Hlgglns. Mr. Hig- glns (ready to wear), enre of Bregnmn A Dre) spool, 1141 Broadway. AUGUSTA, OA. J H. White A Co. R. H. Pendleton (ready to near), 2J Eaet 2th st. BALTIMORE Tho Value Garment Co., Inr S. 1). Plerson (coats, suits, furs, waists and dresses), 1(1 West 21th St. BOSTON Butler's, Inc. A. B. Itlce (Jobs of waists), care of Klrby, Block A Fisher, 1150 Broadway. BOSTON Win. Fllene's fons Co. H. B. Scates (women's and misses sboea), 116 West 32d st.: Hotel Gregorian. BOSTON A. Murphy (ready to wear). Hotel Algonquin. CHICAGO O. Hammons (ready to wear, Ac), Hotel Flanders. CHICAGO t. Bevafk. J. Teller (Jobs of coats), cars of Fred Bower, room 1910, 15 East 24th St. CHICAGO S. I.. Lube! A Co. S. L. LubeJ (jobs of good coats, sllverton-e, plushes and velours). Hotel Martinique. DAYTON, OHIO Elder A Johnson Co. Mlsi bkclly (ready in wear). Miss shut ter (waists), Mr Elder (merchandise manager), rare of Syndicate Trading Co., 230 Fifth v. DENVER D. Douglas (ready to wear), Holland House. DETROIT C. C. MacDonald Co. C. C MacDonald (cloaks, suits). Hotel Marie Antoinette. HOUSTON. TEX. Levy nros. Dry Goods Co. If. It. Hahlo (ready to wear), care of Baer A LIMenthal, I ISO Broadway. LANCASTER, PA. Donovan Co. Miss Marie Keenand (children's apparel), rare of Alfred Fantl. 116 West 32d ft. PHILADELPHIA Stewart's. Mlsi Croaj (walats), MIns Bernstein (Jobs novelty aklrta), Mtsa YankelafT (tobs of baaement coats), J A. Rubin i repreu.ntlngj, care Ell II Simon, IS East 2th at. PITTSBURG Frank A Seder. J. H. Frank (walats), caro Oscar Abel, 3t4 Fifth av. SALISBURY. MD. Wlcomleo Shirt Manu facturing Co. C. R. Dlcharoon (manu facturers of negltgoe shirts). Hotel 1m- SOUTll' BOSTON, VA. Glass A Ralff. I. Ralff (ready to wear), care of Hregman A Dreyspool. 1141 Broadway. ST. I. OTIS Slr.rer llroa. (".oak Co. V.. Meyer (cloaks, aulta and skirts), 27 East I 25th st., room 203, ST. LOUIS Slnrer Bros. Cloak Co. Ed Meyers (spring coats), 37 Eajt 2!th rt.. Snyder, Inn 4.055..2 rooms 203, 204, 205, Kiirn, Alrxaader S. II. Nathan ST. LOUIS Stlx, Baer A Fuller. Mlsa eon 4 1115; Zae Boyer (misses' and girls' apparel), Miss Newman (dresses), care of Alfred i-anti. lie west 32,1 at. SAN FRANCISCO D. Hamburger A Co, Aaron Hamburger (coats, suits ra dree.es for spring). 303 Fifth av. ROCHESTER J. Knopf ft Son. J. Knopf (manufacturers clothlnc). Hotel Latham WORCESTER, MASS. B. S.hultt A Co. B. Schultx (manufacturers cotton walstsi. Hotel Breelln. YOUNG STOWN J W. JohnMon (women's ready to wear), Holland House. BUFFALO Wm Hengerer Co. Miss P. Brlnton (cloaks, suits. Ac), cars 2 Wct 37th at. CHICAGO Haminnns Co Mr. Hammons (clothing. Ac). Hotel Flanders. .SPARTANBURG. S C.J. Miller (wo men's wear), lintel Marlborough. COLUMBUS. OHIO--M. Burns (women's .wear). Hotel BresMn. DALLAS, TEX. It. Miller (ready to wear), llotol Brealln. FORT WAYNE. IND J. Tepper (ready to wear). Hotel I-atham. LYNCHBURG, VA J. Flnkel (ready to vvearv. Hotel Aberdeen. PITTSFIELD, MASS. I.. Rosenb-rg (wom en's wear). Hotel Walllck. SAN FRANCISCO U Frank (ready to wear). Hotel Somtriet. House Furnishings. BALTIMORE Stern A Co. L. Schneider (carpets and furniture), Union Square Hotel. KALAMAZOO Gil more Broa. Mr. Sjkes (bouse furnishings. Ac), Hotel Latham. MIDDLETOWN, CONN. II. Leonard (houio furnishings, Ac), Hotel Conti nental. SCR ANTON Electric City Bedding Co. I. Flnkelsteln (bedding), Broadway Cen tral Hotel. TOLEDO Netihauel Bros. y J. su. hauel (carpets, rugs, Ac), Hotel Wal llck, Miscellaneous.' BOSTONS. Bornsteln (general merchan dlse). Herald Square Hotel. BALTIMORE B. Kraus (general mer chandise), Herald Square Hotel. BOSTON Gilchrist Co. F, Kellner (gen eral line). Holland Home. BOSTON R. Lumbach (general merchan. dlte), Hotel Walllck. Broadvtav Central lintel BOSTON H. Cohen (houte furnishings. Ac). Hotel Continental. BOSTON E. Hoffman Igentral merchan. dlse). Hotel Walllck. BOSTON I. Greenwood (general mer chandise), Broadway Central, CHICAGO M. Born (piece goods, general merchandise), Herald Square lintel CHH-AGO I Ruehi (general merchan dlie). Hotel Cumberland. " CHICAGO L. 11. Ruehl A Co. L II Ruehl isw eaters and fancy knit good.),' Hotel Cumberland. " wliHfluii-..r,, IlpeuilCH (t (JO. , A V.7rw.,".!9v' "utluna and toysi. . HARTi-6ivD-W, Allen & Co, e. u uAuiisiuivr.j. rniiiipson (general mer-' Moor Bron. Inc. J. T. Nevlni et chandlse). Hcrild Square Hotel. al seot 1 lsti ",ln it "fffll,if;r Ton-: fc1:?' '--' ; Btt7nWf&, a'rTb-oro'uV.?"1' c ii. ' HALTlMollE M. Winer (leather, Ae ) ', ' .1 Murk'and (books ond ttatlonen v, ' li I p. M. ficoll (Jewelry, leather goods, furnishing goods and umbrellas), 404 Fourth av.; Horei Walllck. . HOUSTON. TEX. Levy nros. Dry, Goods Co. Mrs. Rose 1C Miller (Jewelry, leather goods, notions, toilet articles, women e. Infants' and children's wear), llto Broadway. . , MACON. OA C. Denlcks (dry goods and general merchandise). Hotel Gregorian. PETERSBURG, VA. 11. Wlce (general merchandise), Graod Hotel. PHILADELPHIA T. Ross (general mer chandise), Hotel Gregorian. PHILADELPHIA 11. Greensteln (general merchandise), Hotel York, PHILADELPHIA L. Jacobs (general mer rhandlse). Grand Hotel. riTTBFlELD. MAS8. Plttsfleld Milliner-; Supply Co. t Rosenberg (millinery and fur.). Hotel Wslllck. , . PROVIDENCE Manufacturers Outlet Co. L. Samuel (merchandise manager), US Weal till st room 1410. noCHESTJJIt C. Herman (general mar. chandlre). Hotel Colllngwood. RUTLAND, VT. C. Ellwood (general mer chandise). Grand Hotel, ROCKLAND. ME. Edwin H. Crle Co. Mr. and Mrs. Ednln II. Crle (rifts, novelties, books. Ac), 51 Manhattan av, SAN FRANCISCO The May Co. L. I Frank (clothing, furnishing goods, hats and shoes). Hotel Somerset. .... ST. LOUIS W. Helner (Jewelry), Hole) Marlborough. .... ... SCBANTON I. Flnkelsteln (house fur nishings), Broadway Central Hotel. TQLEDO W. Blrk (underwear and gen eral line), Grand Hotel. c Business Troubles. Petitions In Bankruptcy. ISAAC SCHWARTZ Involuntary petition. Isaac Schwartx. 27 West Tweniy-eevent.i street, manufacturer of ladles costs sr.i suits, hsd his liabilities placed at fl-.-000. with assets of 14,000. Maur.cs I. Shalne. 22 Broadway, Is attorney for the creditors. .. ., LIBERTY LIGHTING SUPPLY COM PAN Y An involuntary petition against the Liberty Lighting Supply ConipJii . 213 Bowery, shows no llsbllltles or sue., specified. Archibald Palmer, 320 Bioad way, la attorney for the creditors. EDWARD I. BARE An Involuntary peti tion against Edward I. Bare. 770 Ts 1 side avenue, Yonkers, shows his liar,. II ties to be in excess of IS.000 and his as sets about 12.000. Albert C. Jordan named as receiver. Dsvld Garflnksl. -South" Broadway, Tonkers. la attorne) for the creditors. ISADOR TURNER AND FLORENCE TURN En Involuntary petition against Isador Turner and Florence Turner. II East 12tth street, doing business unde the firm name of Unexcelled Press Com' pany. Uabl ltlas, I23.itt.t0. May 1 1 lloyer. SO Maiden lane. Is the attorney. FREDBRiril LICHTBNBERG Voluntsll petition by Frederlch Llchtenberg. Hi' bllltles, f2t.29il.3: no se.ets. Herbs' P. Goodale. 2 Hudson street, Yonkers. I tho attorney. Receivers in Bankruptcy. CAPR1DY A SON MANUFACTURING. COMPANY Judge A. N. Hand ap pointed Charles llurllngham. Donald C Muhlemsn of SI Wall street and, George W. Cassldy Joint receivers for the Ca sidy A Son Manufacturing Company, 10' Park aver.ue. manufacturer and sales people f gas fixtures and lighting ap pliances. The receivers' bond was plscel al I2S.000 Jolntlv (or the three. Jerome D. Gedney, 145 Broadway, Is attorney for the bankrupt Schedule In Bankruptcy. AMERICAN SAFETY CATCH COM PANT Schedule of the American Safely Catch Company. (9 Maiden lane, shows liabilities of tt.294.47 and no asxeta. Herman G Rablnowltx. tl Union Square. Is the attorney for the bankrupt. CLIFFORD S. PEETS The eclteduls of Clifford S. Peets. addres. not given, shows liabilities of 149,412.30 and asi'ta or (173,104. Assignment. ISAAC SCHWARTZ, dealer In ladles' costs at 27 West Twenty-s-venth street, as signed Monday for the benefit of credi tors to George Hlrsch. Judgments. MANHATTAN The following aro Istest Judgments filed; the first name Is that of the debtor: Arkenburgh. Wm. 1! C. F. Sandt J3.39t.T7 A) res. Stephen B. Harrlman Na tional Bank of City of N i S3T.S Burger. Ida, gdn. Mltllgan Co.: cost. US. Si Burling Engineering A Construc tion Co. B. V l-chlrmer 31.73 Barrios, tlernabs Taxlcab Hotel Co.. Inc 1.380.04 III-. -II. Harold E. J. R. Clarke et al 599.10 Crtmcr, Charles L. Peltman.... 1(3.14 Canton Magaxlne Co. II. P. -Searle et at 1.C29.73 De Lurls, Clara, and Domlnlck Saladlno People, Ac 100. 00 Darners. John, and Edward Kolea Smith A Terry. Inc 377.15 Torshhelmer, Louis Allen Lane Co 2.S90 ti Ferris Cafe Co.. Inc. Joseph Benedict Co 3:1. 2" Great Bear Spring Co. W II Green .12: "2 Glhralter. Paul B. Steven. on. . . . 1.(31.1 Goldetein. Samuel, and Fldelltj A Casually Co. of N. Y. People, Ac J.OOnr.o Greenbauni. Samuel L. 9. liana com et al l.Cl- .V. Harrlnrton, Elizabeth Lebanon Hospital: coats 10S.S) Hoffman Taxi Cab Co., Inc. J. WupI 3.SS2 " Hart. Albert J H. C. Hart 1:M Horchltz. Louis K Parke, Austi'l A I.lpecomb: cnats 131. '.'S Int.rborouxh Rapid Transit Co. W. S. Franklin i"H fO Jennlson, Carrie B. J. Buppert.. ?:( li John Thallnn A Co. Dfoste A L. C. Nleoll Land Co., Int. P. S. Hoffman L. C. Nleoll Land Co., Inc. S. Hoffman Levenson, Maurice J. -V. Mo- Clure Noblett, Edward A. .1. W. lira). Pe-nlk, J N. Skrtz-r; costs. .. Pepper, Morrte N. Haras et a'. . Standard Newspaper Supply Co. Inc. E. A. Moile- Shapiro. Mr Interborough It. T Co.: co.u f 39 Sidney Place corp. U. A I.. Operating Corp Third Avenue By i'o K. Papj; costs Tallcott. Daniel W. F. Push... Union By. Co. of N. Y. City H. Freemen Von Ende, Herman A. Jonas... Wilson, W. It. J Schrelber. . . . Wel.s, Edward M Lederman.. Wolfe, Lola A. L M. A Shayne. Wolfert. Herman H. Sales Young, Georirc W H. Neerj . .. Zuckerman. John R Bolotln Co. i:.:is.T 10 -s .-..'.j ;o 100.15 jot :' 1TI.I ill ) S2T.33 "00. On 1.729 v 2.2.2 1T9.M 1,140 2" lSJ.fS 121.9! liiMS BRONX. The drat name Is that of (he deoto Adler. Sarah Achilla Stnrare Co. !0J -jwii. .vnrn v.rane a: iiarie, Ine, lilegs. William H George .1. HlKX. Thomas II. Hlgga and F.'lzabeth Williams H a Hlggs 75. 24 Kaplan, Morris Nagle Packing 324 JO 200.00 N'leklaa, Jacob W. E. McGllverv. Parsons, Eleanor I., as extrx. n. R. Koch Sllmon Realty Corpn. r. Sil- sji.i; stem g Satisfied Judgments, MANHATTAN. The first name !, that of the debtor ti.e aeennd that of the creditor and dale r hen Judgment was filed: Interborough Rapid Transit ra. ji nnapiro; uec. 19, 19;; (re verssd) , Glnch. Pat-r C Orteii- Motor Co.. Inc ; May 21, is Shkiilnlk, Samuel F. Bergman- 13 n -.'0 f Yesterday's Fires. ! A. f. 2:V ,'","ox n.v-! wner unknown slis,it .:5u 25 Irving place; Annex Munu- .... ,ac,V.,r",:.,,'n fnlmnn S.S. J W. 137ih at.; owner un- know n r-in rk. ,:2'-s'l "'J av.:' Samuel Fink ."Tr'.flinJ ll:0 Chrvstle and Stanton st- ; firo ,,i niiuvt it uadWitV Ulld 17S.1 f : Vnu I(ur-n Co . . . , .... Tr'fi uf 234 Htanton t . .Muson-tloi IcnUwr (jo ...tuknowl 0 J a ffaTaaW oD HlBHHLvH.Hi